Victoria, Half Sovereign (Jubilee Head) 1891 Very Fine

These Gold Half Sovereigns of Queen Victoria were only struck between 1887-1892. The design was made for her Golden Jubilee in 1887. They are struck in 22ct Gold and weigh just under 4 grams. The coins on offer are dated 1891 which makes over 130 years old and they are in Very Fine condition. You have Queen Victoria with her Jubilee crown on the obverse and the reverse has a crowned shield. Each coin is supplied in a protective display capsule. Only 30 pieces are available at this price.
Availability: In stock
SKU: SC02
£345.00
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MonarchVictoria 1837 - 1901
Pre-Decimal DenominationHalf Sovereign
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