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Victoria 1871 shield gold Sovereign London

Victoria (1837-1901), gold Sovereign, 1871, Tower Hill Mint, London, young filleted head left, W.W. raised on truncation for engraver William Wyon, date below, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, VICTORIA DEI GRATIA, rev. crowned quartered shield of arms, laurel wreath surrounding, die number 30 below, emblems below, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID: DEF: weight 7.99g (Bentley 235; Marsh 55,; S.3853B). A few very light surface marks and hairlines, slight streak of tone on reverse, a couple of light raised die flaws on obverse, some ghosting of obverse design evident on reverse above shield, otherwise good extremely fine.

Calendar year mintage 8,767,250

The Latin legends translates on obverse as "Victoria by the Grace of God," and on the reverse "Queen of the Britain's, Defender of the Faith."

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