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Spencer Collection British Maundy Type Set Anne 1703-1713 - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

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Current Statistics
Rank

1
GPA with Top Bonuses

61.250
GPA Weighted

61.250
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

61.250

Spencer Collection British Maundy Type Set Anne 1703-1713

Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Penny 164347 1710 1D Mdy MS63 1 2
Great Britain, 1D from Anne Maundy set 1710, S3599, a lovely matched 4-piece set graded by PCGS as follows: Pence MS63, Twopence MS62, Threepence AU58, Fourpence MS62. The toning on each is a similar deep bluish gray, more consistently blue on the two smaller coins, with hues of gold iridescence. Uniformly well struck and centered. Faintest tin flecks in the metal. In all, a really exceptional set worth over Spink catalogue value. From the Exeter College Collection, Finest
Two Pence 164348 1710 2D Mdy MS62 1 1
Great Britain, 2D from Anne Maundy set 1710, S3599, a lovely matched 4-piece set graded by PCGS as follows: Pence MS63, Twopence MS62, Threepence AU58, Fourpence MS62. The toning on each is a similar deep bluish gray, more consistently blue on the two smaller coins, with hues of gold iridescence. Uniformly well struck and centered. Faintest tin flecks in the metal. In all, a really exceptional set worth over Spink catalogue value. From the Exeter College Collection, Finest
Three Pence 164349 1710 3D Mdy AU58 1 1
Great Britain, 3D from Anne Maundy set 1710, S3599, a lovely matched 4-piece set graded by PCGS as follows: Pence MS63, Twopence MS62, Threepence AU58, Fourpence MS62. The toning on each is a similar deep bluish gray, more consistently blue on the two smaller coins, with hues of gold iridescence. Uniformly well struck and centered. Faintest tin flecks in the metal. In all, a really exceptional set worth over Spink catalogue value. From the Exeter College Collection, Finest
Four Pence 164350 1710 4D Mdy MS62 1 11
Great Britain, 4D from Anne Maundy set 1710, S3599, a lovely matched 4-piece set graded by PCGS as follows: Pence MS63, Twopence MS62, Threepence AU58, Fourpence MS62. The toning on each is a similar deep bluish gray, more consistently blue on the two smaller coins, with hues of gold iridescence. Uniformly well struck and centered. Faintest tin flecks in the metal. In all, a really exceptional set worth over Spink catalogue value. From the Exeter College Collection, Finest