2019 Saint Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Spade Guinea Shield BU

2019 Saint Helena 1 oz Silver £1 Spade Guinea Shield BU

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This continues the Spade Guinea Shield design in 1 ounce of .999 fine Silver with a traditional East India Company pattern in the field. The coin celebrates one of the world's most respected Gold coinages symbolizing trust and reliability.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Multiples of 20 coins come in plastic tubes. Multiples of 400 come in a monster box, with 20 tubes each.
  • Both the obverse and reverse of the coin features a distinct East India Company traditional pattern in the fields.
  • Obverse: Features the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the issuing country Saint Helena, the denomination and the year of issue, 2019.
  • Reverse: Features the Spade Guinea Shield, the coin weight and purity, and the mint mark of the East India Company.

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With historical significance and a beautiful design, this bullion coin is a perfect way to carry on the reputation and trust of the Guinea. Add this 2019 Spade Guinea Shield coin to your cart today!

The Guinea was first struck in 1663 for King Charles II, and was a symbol of Britain's rising colonial power, as it became recognized and accepted throughout the world. The Guinea was known for its purity and reliability, and the Five Guinea coin even had the engraving "Decus et Tutamen", meaning "an Ornament and a Safeguard", further securing its symbol as a reliable coin.

The Spade Guinea design was first introduced in 1787 by King George III, and symbolizes England and Scotland, France, Ireland and the German possession of the Hanoverian dynasty. Scotland and England were merged to form Great Britain, which is represented by three lions that symbolize England, Normandy, and Aquitaine and the standing lion which represents Scotland. The Royal Arms also had the Arms of France until 1801, which is represented with three Gold fleurs-de-lis on a blue background, symbolizing the king's approved right to rule. The Ireland coat of arms is symbolized my a Gold harp with Silver strings. The Hanover coat of Arms included an addition in 1714 of a galloping horse on the lowest part, representing Hanover. The English and Scottish lions remained side by side. These four coat of Arms join together to create the Spade Guinea design featured on this coin.


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Posted By:BF

From:Cupertino CA

Date:May 20, 2019

Under Valued Under Appreciated

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This coin is excellent. It has several sharp design features that help it to stand up to the best. Honestly the picture does not do it justice. Whether you like or don't like the queen the artistry is one of the best. The spade Shield on the back makes it very classic. It has all the usual referencing .999 Silver Etc. It has an awesome border somewhat similar to the Kookaburras with deep printing. It has a kind of proof like surface and laser prints on it. Awesome coin. Undervalued and Under appreciated. Get some you'll be looking at them over and over.

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  • Attractive Design
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  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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