1858 Victoria Gold Sovereign Young Head Shield Back PCGS AU58
Young head of Victoria to left. Hair bound with double fillet and collected up into a knot behind. Date on field below truncation. The letters W.W. in relief (incuse on some coins) on the bottom of the truncation. Large date variety.
The Ensigns Armorial of the United Kingdom within a plain shield, surmounted by a crown. A branch of Laurel is shown on each side of the shield, tied at the bottom by a ribbon. At the bottom of the Thistle, Rose and Shamrock are placed with asmall flower stop each side.
Legend Obverse: VICTORIA DEI GRATIA
Legend Reverse: BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID:DEF:
Edge: Milled | Die Axis: Reverse | Type: Circulated | Mint: London | Mintage: 803,234 | Rating: Rare
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