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1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467

1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467
1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467
1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467

1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467   1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467
Item: i77467 Authentic Coin of. Famous Pirates - Charles Vane 1993 Silver 5 Dollars 38mm (23.25 grams) 0.925 Silver 0.6938 oz. ASW Reference: KM# 160 COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS · ELIZABETH II ·, Bust of the Queen Elizabeth II turned to the right. CAPTAIN CHARLES VANE FIVE DOLLARS. Pirate Captain Charles Vane within ornate circle. Charles Vane (1680 - 29 March 1721) was an English pirate who operated in the Bahamas during the end of the Golden Age of Piracy. Vane was likely born in England around 1680. One of his first pirate ventures was under the leadership of Henry Jennings, during Jennings' attack on the salvage camp for the wrecked Spanish 1715 Treasure Fleet off the coast of Florida. By 1717, Vane was commanding his own vessels and was one of the leaders of the Republic of Pirates in Nassau. Unlike some other notable pirate captains of the age like Benjamin Hornigold and Samuel Bellamy, Vane was known for his cruelty, often beating, torturing and killing members of ships he captured. In February 1719, Vane was caught in a storm in the Bay Islands and was marooned on an uncharted island.

Little is known of Vane's early life. He lived in Port Royal before becoming a pirate, but he was most likely not born there.

Vane worked with Henry Jennings during Jennings' attack on the salvage camp for the wrecked Spanish 1715 Treasure Fleet. Vane first operated as an independent captain in the summer of 1717. By the winter of that year he was one of the leaders of the pirates operating out of Nassau. When word reached the pirates that King George I of Great Britain had extended an offer of pardon to all pirates who wished to surrender, Vane led the pirates who opposed taking the pardon, which included many with Jacobite leanings.

On 23 February 1718, Captain Vincent Pearse arrived at Nassau in HMS Phoenix (1694), in an attempt to get the pirates on the island to surrender. Vane was captured along with his sloop, the Lark. Benjamin Hornigold, Thomas Nichols, and others urged Pearse to release Vane as a show of good faith, which he did; Vane afterwards took the King's pardon.

But on 21 March, Vane and his men (including Edward England and Calico Jack Rackham) turned pirate again, capturing a Jamaican sloop. Vane sailed back to Nassau and harassed Pearse repeatedly, trading their sloop for the Lark.

Vane left Nassau on 4 April; four days later Pearse left with HMS Phoenix , and Nassau was again controlled by the pirates. After leaving Nassau, Vane raided ships around the Bahamas.

He gained a reputation for cruelty; he and his crew would often beat or torture captured sailors to force them to surrender their valuables. Around this time Vane's crew renamed the Lark , calling it the Ranger. Vane was back at Nassau on 22 July 1718 when Woodes Rogers reached Nassau to take office as the new governor.

The fireship failed to damage all of Rogers' fleet except one, but the ships were forced to pull away, unblocking the channel. Vane took ships off the Bahamas in July, working with Charles Yeats, the original captain of the Katherine. A brigantine that Vane captured became his new flagship. In August he sailed to Charleston and took eight ships there. The merchants of Charleston outfitted two sloops to hunt Vane, under the command of William Rhett. Rhett failed to find Vane, but his ships located and captured the pirate Stede Bonnet. Hornigold had turned pirate-hunter along with his associate John Cockram and followed Vane, who escaped; Hornigold and Cockram instead captured Woodall, who was imprisoned by Rogers. In October Vane sailed to Ocracoke Inlet, and met with Blackbeard, perhaps attempting to convince Blackbeard to join forces with him; the two crews celebrated for several days, but split up afterwards. In October Vane raided Eleuthera, carrying away liquor and livestock.

On 23 November, Vane spotted a large frigate, but when he hoisted the Jolly Roger the frigate replied by raising a French naval ensign and opening fire. Vane's brigantine and sloop were outgunned, and he ordered a retreat. Vane's crew saw this as an act of cowardice.

He was voted out of command in favor of Calico Jack Rackham. Vane and sixteen others who supported him, including his first mate Robert Deal, were put on the sloop. Vane sailed to the Bay Islands, capturing sloops along the way, one of which Deal took command of.

In February 1719, Vane and Deal were caught in a hurricane and separated; Vane was wrecked on an uninhabited island. When English ships arrived to collect water near the island, Vane tried to join one of the crews under a false name. He was recognized by an old acquaintance, and arrested. Vane was taken to Spanish Town, Jamaica and held in prison for some time. On 22 March 1721, he was tried for piracy and found guilty.

Vane learned that Deal had been tried, convicted, and hanged some time earlier. Vane was sentenced to death, and on 29 March he was hanged at Gallows Point in Port Royal.

His corpse was hung in chains at Gun Cay. The Bahamas , officially the Commonwealth of the Bahamas , is an archipelagic state of the Lucayan Archipelago consisting of more than 700 islands, cays, and islets in the Atlantic Ocean; north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic); northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands; southeast of the US state of Florida and east of the Florida Keys. Its capital is Nassau on the island of New Providence. The designation of "The Bahamas" can refer to either the country or the larger island chain that it shares with the Turks and Caicos Islands. As stated in the mandate/manifesto of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, the Bahamas territory encompasses 470,000 km.

(180,000 sq mi) of ocean space. The Bahamas were the site of Columbus' first landfall in the New World in 1492. At that time, the islands were inhabited by the Lucayan, a branch of the Arawakan-speaking Taino people. The islands were mostly deserted from 1513 until 1648, when English colonists from Bermuda settled on the island of Eleuthera. The Bahamas became a British Crown colony in 1718, when the British clamped down on piracy. After the American War of Independence, the Crown resettled thousands of American Loyalists in the Bahamas; they brought their slaves with them and established plantations on land grants.

Africans constituted the majority of the population from this period. The Bahamas became a haven for freed African slaves: the Royal Navy resettled Africans here liberated from illegal slave ships; American slaves and Seminoles escaped here from Florida; and the government freed American slaves carried on United States domestic ships that had reached the Bahamas due to weather. Slavery in the Bahamas was abolished in 1834. Today the descendants of slaves and free Africans make up nearly 90% of the population; issues related to the slavery years are part of society. The Bahamas became an independent Commonwealth realm in 1973, retaining Queen Elizabeth II as its monarch.

In terms of gross domestic product per capita, the Bahamas is one of the richest countries in the Americas (following the United States and Canada). Its economy is based on tourism and finance. World-renowned expert numismatist, enthusiast, author and dealer in authentic ancient Greek, ancient Roman, ancient Byzantine, world coins & more. Ilya Zlobin is an independent individual who has a passion for coin collecting, research and understanding the importance of the historical context and significance all coins and objects represent. Send me a message about this and I can update your invoice should you want this method.

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  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Bahamas
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  • Composition: Silver

1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467   1993 BAHAMAS UK Queen Elizabeth II Captain Vane Genuine Silver $5 Coin i77467