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GM24199

Victoria 1893 Crown countermark TRIM, possbily Irish from County Meath

Regular price £125
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Victoria (1837-1901),silver Crown, 1893 LVI, counterstamped TRIM on obverse and twice on reverse, old veiled head left, countermarker has added a crenelation pattern above veil and below truncation and vertically near ear, legend and toothed border around rim, VICTORIA. DEI. GRA. BRITT. REGINA. FID. DEF. IND. IMP.,rev. St George slaying dragon, date in exergue, B.P. to upper right, edge inscribed in raised letters, DECUS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI LVI, weight 27.93g (Bull 2594; L&S 109; ESC 304; S.3937).Toned a bold fine with bold countermarks and crenelation engraving, an unusual item worthy of further research, possibly connected to Trim in County Meath, Ireland.

The abbreviated Latin legend translates as "Victoria, by the grace of God, Queen of the Britons, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India."

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