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1603 - Anne wife of James I, Coronation Sold

This very rare struck silver medal is generally considered to be the coronation medal of Queen Anne, the wife of James I (MI i 192/12). The obverse show the bust of Anne and the Latin legend reads, 'Anne, by the grace of God, Queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Daughter and sister of Kings of Denmark'. The reverse shows the Arms of the Queen, crowned, and the Latin legend reads, 'Cunning is Fallacious, Innocence is Safer'. The diameter is 29 mm and the condition better than Extremely Fine. This medal is rarely available to the collector. This medal has been sold.
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