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Seaby 3851 Victoria AV 5 Pounds. 1839. VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIARUM REGINA F: D:, young head left / DIRIGE DEUS GRESSUS MEUS, Victoria as Una leading the British lion with a scepter, MDCCCXXXIX below, W. WYON B.A. along bottom edge. Fr 386.
Seaby 3852CVictoria AV Sovereign. London, 1872. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA, young filleted bust left, WW in relief on neck truncation / BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID: DEF:, crowned coat of arms surrounded by open wreath, rose below.
Seaby 3853Victoria AV Sovereign. Young Head issue. Dated 1871. Head left, in fillet / Crowned shield of arms within olive wreath; thistle, rose, & shamrock below; 40 between.
Seaby 3857Victoria AV Sovereign. Young Head issue. Melbourne, Australia mint. Dated 1878. Head left, in fillet; M below / St. George riding right & slaying dragon.
Seaby 3861Victoria AV Half-Sovereign. Young Head issue. Dated 1883. Head left, in fillet / Crowned ornamental shield.
Seaby 3864 Victoria (1837–1901). AV 5 pounds (39.90 gm). Jubilee coinage, 1887. Crowned, veiled bust left / St. George on horseback right, slaying dragon. Seaby 3864.
Seaby 3865 Victoria (1837–1901). AV 2 pounds (15.97 gm). Jubilee coinage, 1887. Seaby 3865.
Seaby 3872 Victoria AV Proof Five Pounds. Old veiled bust left / Pistrucci's St. George and the dragon.
Seaby 3882Victoria AR Crown. Young Head issue. VIII & dated 1844. Head left, in fillet / Crowned shield of arms within olive wreath; thistle, rose, & shamrock below.
Seaby 3883Victoria AR Crown. Gothic type. Dated UNDECIMO & 1847. Crowned bust left, in embroidered robe / Crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; rose, thistle, & shamrock in quarters; all within Gothic frame. ESC 288.
Seaby 3894Victoria AR Florin. Gothic issue. Dated MDCCCLXXVII (1877). Crowned bust left; 25 below bust; no W W / Crowned cruciform shields; thistle, rose, & shamrock in each quarter between trefoil arches.
Seaby 3903Victoria AR Shilling. Dated 1838. First young head left / Denomination in crowned wreath; date in exergue. ESC 1278.
Seaby 3912Victoria AR Sixpence. Dated 1886. Third young head left / Denomination in crowned wreath; date in exergue. ESC 1748.
Seaby 3926Queen Victoria, 1887 AR Shilling, dated 1887. 5.12 gr. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITT REGINA F D, mature, crowned, veiled bust left / HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE around crowned coat of arms within garter, date 1887 below. Seaby 3926; ESC 1350.TextImage
Seaby #3948Victoria AE Penny. Young Head issue. Dated 1841. Head left, in fillet / Helmeted Britannia seated right on outcropping, holding oval shield & trident; shamrock, rose, & thistle in exergue.
Seaby 3913Victoria AR Groat, Dated 1843 AD. VICTORIA DG BRITANNIAR REGINA F D, young bust left, hair knotted behind the head / FOUR PENCE, Britannia, helmeted, seated right, holding trident and resting right hand on shield. Date 1843 below. Seaby 3913.TextImage
Seaby 3915Victoria, AR three-halfpence, 1838. Struck for colonial use. VICTORIA D.G. BRITANNIAR REGINA F.D.,young bust left, hair knotted behind the head / Crown, 1 1/2 and date 1838 above laurel wreath. Seaby 3915.TextImage
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