Great Britain, 1787 Proof Guinea -
I don’t typically deal in the earlier English gold coins (pre-1817), but when I was offered a 1787 spade guinea—in glorious proof condition, no less—I couldn’t refuse. That the coin was also an Australian proclamation issue all but sealed the deal. Glowing and fully-struck, it is one of the nicest proof guineas to appear on the English and Australian coin scene in a while, and certainly one of the finest examples I’ve seen personally. Of the examples that PCGS have certified with the coveted “CAM” designation, the specimen here is the single-finest (12/15). Certainly rare, and surely worth a premium to your “average” early milled proof gold coin.Grades PCGS PR65CAM.
Product ID: 178721474883
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