*1872 Gold Sovereign | St George
The Queen's head to the left. Hair bound with double fillet and collected up into a knot behind. The letters WW incuse at the bottom of the truncation standing for William Wyon.
St George armed with a sword, slaying the dragon. The date appears below the exergue or ground line at the bottom with the small letters B.P. (Benedetto Pistrucci) to the right. These letters vary in size for different issues.
Legend Obverse: VICTORIA D:G:BRITANNIAR:REG:F:D
Legend Reverse: BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID:DEF:
Edge: Milled | Die Axis: Reverse | Type: Circulated | Mint: London | Mintage: 13,486,708 - Mintage includes 1872 Shield Back Coins | Rating: Common
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