Introducing the magnificent St. Helena Rose Crown Guinea Silver Coin, weighing 1.25 oz and available in random years. This coin is a timeless masterpiece that carries with it a rich history that dates back to 1663.
The Guinea coin was first struck for King Charles II during his restoration in 1663. The name “Guinea” was derived from the West African region of Guinea, where the gold used to mint the original coins was sourced. The Guinea soon became a popular and reliable currency in England and was widely circulated until it was replaced by the Sovereign in 1816.
The St. Helena Rose Crown Guinea Silver Coin is a tribute to this iconic coin. The obverse features the iconic portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Raphael Maklouf. Surrounding the effigy are some of the specifications of the coin, including its year of issue, country of issue, and face value.
The reverse side of the coin features the rose crown guinea shield design. The intricate design of the coin is a testament to the skilled craftsmanship that went into minting the original Guinea coins. Also included on the reverse are the weight, metal content, and purity, along with “Guinea” and the East India Company mint mark.
This 1.25 oz silver coin is made with .999 fine silver, making it a valuable addition to any collection. Please note this listing is for a random year and we cannot guarantee which year coin you will receive. Coins will ship in protective packaging to ensure no damage during the shipping process. The St. Helena Rose Crown Guinea Silver Coin is not just a beautiful collectible, but also a piece of history that has stood the test of time.
Don’t miss the opportunity to own a piece of history with the St. Helena Rose Crown Guinea Silver Coin. Add it to your collection today and marvel at the beauty and historical significance of this timeless masterpiece.