Victoria, Halfcrown (Young Head) Very Good

In the long reign of Queen Victoria there were only three different bust designs used on her coins from 1838-1901. The Young Head, Jubilee Head and Old Head. The largest denomination that was regularly issued was the Halfcrown. All three designs were struck in Sterling Silver. Here we offer the Young Head Halfcrown in selected circulated condition.
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SKU: CVV5004
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Attribute nameAttribute value
Pre-Decimal DenominationHalfcrown
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