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The gold guinea coins introduced by the Kingdom of England in 1663 would go on to become one of the most well-known forms of gold currency around the globe through the late-17th and 18th centuries. The immediate precursor to the Great Britain Sovereigns introduced in 1817 and still in production today, the gold guinea was available from 1663 to 1799. The design concepts of this coin form the backbone of a modern silver bullion release in the form of the St. Helena Spade Guinea Shield coins. Right now, you can purchase 2020 St. Helena Spade Guinea Shield 1/10 oz Silver Coins online from Provident Metals.
With your purchase of a 2020 St. Helena Spade Guinea Shield 1/10 oz Silver Coin from Provident Metals, you receive coins that are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins in this weight in the series come with individual protective plastic flips. This date mark represents the first release of 1/10 oz silver coins in the three-year history of the St. Helena Spade Guinea Shield design.
Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse of 2020 St. Helena Spade Guinea Shield 1/10 oz Silver Coins. This right-profile portrait of Her Majesty was created in 1985 by Raphael Maklouf for the Royal Mint of England and featured on British coinage until 1997. The inscriptions on this face of the coin include St. Helena, Queen Elizabeth II, 2020, The East India Company, and 10p.
The Royal Arms of England as used by the Hanoverian monarchs is depicted on the reverse side of the 2020 St. Helena Spade Guinea Shield Silver Coin. The quartered shield is topped by the Imperial State Crown and features the coat of arms for the realms within the United Kingdom following the Act of Settlement in 1714. The quadrants feature the Three Lions of England and Lion of Scotland together in the first, the seal of France in the second, the Harp of Ireland in the third, and the arms of the House of Hanover in the fourth.
Gold guineas were the first machine-produced gold coins from England. The guinea was introduced in 1663 with the restoration of the monarchy and the reign of King Charles II. The coins would gain wider use during the reigns of the Hanoverian monarchs, with King George III widely associated with the guinea as his was the longest reign during which the gold guinea was issued. The last gold guineas were produced for circulation in 1799.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||.1 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|