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R7      Only one or two examples known
R6      Three or four examples known.
R5      Five to ten examples known
R4      Eleven to twenty examples known
R3      Extremely rare
R2      Very rare
R       Rare
S       Scarce
N       Normal,neither scarce nor common.
C       Common
C2      Very common
C3      Extremely common

Source: English Silver Coinage Since 1649


R6     1763 Proof Set (believe there may only be 2 sets in existance ,one held by the British Museum and one in a private collection . Source : Steve Fass)

R5    

       1828 Proof Set

         1831 Gold Set****                                                                           ( Picture of 2d - enlarged image )

                                    

1838 GOLD SET                                     (Picture of 1d - enlarged image )



R4  

         1822 Proof Set

         1871 Proof Set   RS inverted

R3  

         1689 set


         1838 Proof Set

         1867 Proof Set

         1878 Proof Set

         1881 Proof Set

R2    

          1678 Set

          1681 Set

          1693 Set

  1693 Maundy Set            

          1699 Set

          1700 Set

          1709 Set

          1853 Proof Set

          1888 Proof Set

          1953 Set


****   More information :                                                                   1831 - Obverse by William Wyon.Reverse by J B Merlen.Plain edge.Extremely rare .Sets are mainly in museums eg Hunterian.Coins often sold as single coins.They were struck in near pure gold for presentation to the wealthy and Indian Maharajahs.



2002 Elizabeth 11 Gold Maundy Set








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