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No, don't think so, not in gold anyway.
I doubt the next Great Engravers will be in 1 oz format, but if you could stretch to 2 oz gold proof, it could either be:
1. Cartwheel penny
2. George and Dragon
3. Gothic crown
The last two would have a stunning design, very sought after.
The first coin, would be nice, but the most appropriate and interesting fact about it, is that the coin was made to put confidence back into money, as the face value was worth the same as the metal content. An interesting and very relevant aspect to the coin back then and today.