Crown 1703 - British Coins price guide and values - Coins and United Kingdom

Crown - British Coins Price Guide and Values

Crown 1703 - United Kingdom coin
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In October 1702, England and the Dutch Republic received news that a Spanish ship full of silver arrived Vigo Bay in Spain. It was protected by 15 French ship and 3 Spanish galleons who were all burnt or captured on the attack on October 23. Unfortunately, most of the treasures were off-loaded before the attack, but 4,504 lb 2 oz of silver and 7 lb 8 oz of gold was found.

A limited amount of coins, with the word VIGO under Anne's bust, were minted from this loot.

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Crown value

The value of a Crown British coin depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more.


Variety VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50 AU-55
1703 --£313£1,050£3,110£3,620

Circulated: Defines business strike coins showing signs of circulation and/or wear.

Variety MS-60 MS-62 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 MS-66 MS-67
1703 £4,480------

Uncirculated (Mint state): Defines business strike coins that barely or never been in circulation. Circulated decimal British coins are usually worth face value.

Variety PR-60 PR-62 PR-63 PR-64 PR-65 PR-66 PR-67
1703 -------

Proof (PR): Planchets of these coins (not intended for circulation) were polished before struck (usually struck twice for higher quality). The field of Proof coins wear a cameo aspect.

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  • Crown : n/a


  • Alloy: 91.67% Gold and 8.3% Copper
  • Weight: 7.98805g
  • Diameter : 22.05mm
  • Thickness: 1.52mm

Last update : Monday, March 25, 2024

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