Queen Anne was on the throne in 1707, and no coins from her reign featured Britannia.
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You have a coin from Spain ("Carolus III Dei Gratia" is Latin for "Charles the Third, By the Grace of God") dated 1774. More detail as to denomination and condition would be needed in order to provide an estimate of value.
Check your coin. Queen Victoria died in 1901.
Its worth about 10,000 dollars in auction so even more a positive sell
Many of these platters will sell for prices close to $100 each. The price of the platter will vary depending upon its condition.
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what is the value of a georguvs sextvs dei gratia rex 1949 cyprvs 1/2
You need to give us the country of origin since there were multiple 1 cent coins dated 1900 with Queen Victoria as the monarch.
Can you tell me the approx value of a 1869 Napoleon 111 empire coin and also a coin I believe to be a spanish dollar with the wording " dei gratia carolus 1111" on it dated 1792
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I have a confederate 100 dollar bill dated feb 17th 1864. I know it is not a copy.it has 10856 on the front and richmond. can you tell me the value?
what is valre fo 1793 carolus 1111 dei gratia coin
The answers as to this being a European coin are incorrect. This clin was minted in Lima, Peru. The 8R is to the amount lf the coin at the time, which was 8 Reales.
Please post a new question with the coin's date. As a rule of thumb, anything dated 1971 or later is worth only face value. Note that the phrase "Gratia Regina" is part of a longer Latin motto that's on ALL English coins, so it doesn't identify one from another.
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I have a canadian 1950 bollar Georgivs vi dei gratia rex how much is it worth?
You have a British coin ("Georgius IV D.G. Britannia Rex F.D." is abbreviated latin for "George the Fourth, King of Britain and Defender of the Faith") dated 1821. To get a value, the denomination and condition of the coin would need to be known.
A denomination is needed. All U.S coins dated 1799 have the word LIBERTY and a woman's face on the obverse (front) of them. Post new question.