20 Feb 2014
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Queen Anne reigned in an age of artistic and cultural advancement and left behind political stability and prosperity. To celebrate her life and legacy, The Royal Mint has struck the 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne £5 Coin. Struck to outstanding Brilliant Uncirculated standard, your coin is housed in an informative and attractive folder. Act quickly, for the Queen Anne £5 will be of great interest to collectors, art lovers and those with an interest in the monarchy alike.
Queen Anne was the last in a dynasty, the last Stuart queen, but she was also the first queen of Great Britain. In 2014 you can celebrate the legacy of this influential woman with a £5 coin struck in her honour. Bearing an elegant portrait, styled by Mark Richards FRBS as an eighteenth-century miniature, the coin recalls an age of elegance and refinement and commemorates the life and legacy of a queen who presided over a period of great change in Britain’s history.
The beautifully illustrated pack that houses this superb Brilliant Uncirculated £5 coin has been prepared with the help of The Royal Mint Museum, exploring both her reign and the fascinating numismatic tales that are still shared with wonder, including the story of how bullion captured from Spanish treasure ships was transformed into what are now very rare coins.
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