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Guinea Gold Coins

Guinea Gold Coins

Guinea Gold Coins

The Guinea Gold Coin was a coin minted in Great Britain between 1663 and 1814.
The name came from the Guinea Region in West Africa, where much of the Gold used to make the coins originated.
It was the first English machine-struck Gold Coin, originally worth One Pound Sterling, equal to Twenty Shillings, but rises in the price of Gold relative to Silver caused the value of the Guinea to increase, at times to as high as Thirty Shillings. From 1717 to 1816, its value was officially fixed at Twenty-One Shillings.


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1738 George II Young Head Shield Two Guinea Gold Coin PCGS VF35

In 1738 King George II released a George II Shield Two Guinea Gold Coin struck in solid 22 Carat Gold and Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as VF35.

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1798 George III Laur Head Third Guinea Gold Coin PCGS XF45 - First Laur Head

In 1798 King George III released a Third Guinea Gold Coin struck in solid 22 Carat Gold Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as XF45.

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1802 George III Laur Head Third Guinea Gold Coin PCGS AU55 - First Laur Head

In 1802 King George III released a Third Guinea Gold Coin struck in solid 22 Carat Gold Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as AU55.

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1808 George III Laur Head Third Guinea Gold Coin PCGS AU53 - Second Laur Head

In 1808 King George III released a Third Guinea Gold Coin struck in solid 22 Carat Gold Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as AU53.

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1684 Charles II Second Laur Head Sexto Five Guinea Gold Coin PCGS VF

In 1684, King Charles II released a Five Guinea Gold Coin struck in solid 22 Carat Gold Certified Slabbed and Graded by PCGS as VF.

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