Victoria, Crown (Gothic) with St George reverse Patina Proof in Goldine

Until we bought the archives from International Currency Bureau, (it weighed over half a ton), We had never seen this rendition of the Gothic Crown. The Gothic Crown is considered perhaps the most beautiful British coin ever struck. This private crownsized proof piece has the Queen Victoria Gothic Crown on one side and St. George slaying the dragon on the other side. They are struck in goldine which looks like gold but really is a base metal. We understand that the mintage was just 250 pieces. It is beautiful, this is the first time offered and to be honest, it is value for money.
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