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Obverse of 1707 'E' Anne Crown
Obverse of 1707 'E' Anne Crown
Reverse of 1707 'E' Anne Crown
Reverse of 1707 'E' Anne Crown
1707 Anne Crowns
Anne crowns were issued for circulation in 1707. These were issued after the Act of Union in 1707, they were minted in Edinburgh, identified by the 'E' below the bust of Anne.

The obverse shows the first portrait of Anne.
The legend reads:
ANNA DEI GRATIA (Anne by the Grace of God)

The reverse design is a Royal Coat of Arms.
The reverse legend reads:

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Denomination = Face Value - Five Shillings
Mintage = Quantity issued, where known.

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