Following the death of William III in 1702, Anne succeeded her late sister Mary II to become the last Queen from the House of Stuart at the age of 37.
Married to Prince George of Denmark, Anne cared little for the arts or literature, and had little political skills.
She did, however, help to heal the bitter division between the Whigs and Tories; whilst the most important event during her reign was the Act of Union in 1707 which united England and Scotland.
Anne suffered severely from gout, which combined with her general ill health, resulted in her having to be carried to Westminster Abbey on her coronation day, the only infirm person to be crowned sovereign of England.
The obverse of the coin features the famous Arnold Machin portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, celebrating her Silver Jubilee in 1977.
|Cayman Islands $25 Silver Proof||925 Silver||28.28||45.00||52.50|
|Cayman Islands $50 Gold Proof||.500 Gold||47.54||27.00||108.50|