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Victoria Young Head Silver Threepence 1859-1887 Queen Victoria Young Head Farthing Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Threepence coin
We have looked into our archives and found that we have never offered this coin before. These young head silver threepences are in fair/fine condition and date between 1859-1887. One for the Christmas pudding. Fine Condition
Queen Victoria Farthing

Young head farthings were issued for 35 years. They didn’t change the design in the Jubilee year

Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Threepence

These silver threepence's were issued between 1887 to 1892. There nickname or street name was known as a silver joey. Also issued in the Maundy sets

The Monarch Penny collection Victoria Old Head Shilling Old Head Victoria Old Head Silver Sixpence 1893-1901
The Monarch Penny collection
Latest Price: £9.00

The Great British Monarch Penny collection

For just £9 you can start building a collection of pennies which goes back over 1000 years before William the Conqueror. Six

The Victoria silver shilling.
This old head design is also known as the widow head because the Queen is pictured in her widow's weeds.
Victoria Old Head Silver Sixpence 1893-1901

In coin terms this is a fairly modern issue but one of the hardest to find. We cannot establish the reason for the shortage but suffice to say a scarce coin issue.
Queen Victoria Half Farthing Victoria Copper Farthing
Queen Victoria Half Farthing
Latest Price: £23.00
Victoria Copper Farthing
Latest Price: £24.00
Queen Victoria Half Farthing

In today’s world we nonchalantly talk in millions and billions so its difficult to comprehend the real value of this small copper coin. For those not quite old enough to
Victoria Copper Farthing

Victorian coinage struck for her during the first part of the reign. Made from copper these thicker and heavier coins

The Victorian Jubilee florin was issued between 1887 and 1892. The reverse has the crowned cruciform shield, sceptres in angles which is also featured on its bigger sister the double florin.
Queen Victoria Young Head Farthing Victoria Sixpence 1887 coin 1838 Victoria Silver Twopence
Victoria Sixpence 1887 coin
Latest Price: £30.00
1838 Victoria Silver Twopence
Latest Price: £30.00
Queen Victoria Farthings x 3

Young head farthings were issued for 35 years. They didn’t change the design in the Jubilee year of 188
This 1887 silver sixpence was struck for just one year in 1887. Victoria Silver Twopence 1838

Only two years were issued for normal circulation one in 1848 and one we have here for 1838. The others were issued in the Maundy money sets
Victoria Copper Halfpenny Victoria Jubilee Head Halfcrown coin Queen Victoria 1901 Uncirculated Penny
Victoria Copper Halfpenny
Latest Price: £30.00
Victoria Copper Halfpenny

Victorian coinage struck for her during the first part of the reign. Made from copper these thicker and heavier coins

Victoria's Jubilee coinage we introduced in 1887 and lasted until 1893 before her Old head(veiled head) portrait was adopted.
Queen Victoria 1901 Uncirculated Penny

Victoria’s reign lasted 64 years. A batch of EF copper from the last year of her reign.
Queen Victoria Old Head Silver Threepence 1893 - 1901 Victoria Jubilee Head Crown 1887-1892 in Fine Condition
Victoria Jubilee Head Crown 1887-1892 in Fine Condition
Latest Price: £65.00
Sale Price: £40.00
Savings: £25.00
Queen Victoria Old Head Silver Threepence 1893 - 1901

This coin can be found quite easily in circulated condition but it is far more difficult in top grade. We have a few in unc condition. A very
Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Silver Medallion

Struck by the Royal Mint in sterling silver to celebrate the Jubilee and as 2012 will be our Queen’s 60th Anniversary, these commemoratives will sit
Victoria Jubilee Head Crown 1887-1892 in Fine Condition

A chance to acquire the Jubilee Head Crown in fine condition. We have just purchased thirty pieces, remember this is the lowest condition and therefore the price
Victoria Copper Penny Royal Maundy Queen Victoria 1838 - 1887 Fourpence Victoria Jubilee Head Sixpence coin
Victoria Copper Penny
Latest Price: £40.00
Victoria Copper Penny

Victorian coinage struck for her during the first part of the reign. Made from copper these thicker and heavier coins

Royal Maundy Queen Victoria 1838 - 1887 Fourpence
Coins of the young Queen Victoria are always in demand. An attractive portrait as well as silver make these Royal Maundy fourpences
Victoria Jubilee Head Sixpence 1887-1893

There was no chances taken with the new design sixpence that was released after the original type was withdrawn due to it being gold plated and then passed off as a half sovereign.

There was no mistaking this design as anything apart from a sixpence.

Features the Jubilee head portrait Coins extremely fine condition
Victoria Silver Three-halfpence Victoria Jubilee head  Silver Shilling
Victoria Third Farthing
Latest Price: £49.00

Victoria Third Farthing

British coinage was the main currency in Malta back in Victorian times. They required lower denominations like many other colonies.

Queen Victoria Silver Three-halfpence

These tiny coins were originally struck for use in the British Colonies which were at the time using imperial currency Although
The Victoria Jubilee head Shilling is not rare or expensive but it is over 120 years old, silver and a coin that all collectors know and admire the world over.
Victoria Young Head Silver Sixpence 1838-1887 Victoria Old Head Shilling Old Head Victoria Copper Set of Penny, Halfpenny & Farthing 1838 - 1860
Victoria Young Head Silver Sixpence 1838-1887

Just like the larger shilling, this silver sixpence had long date run from 1838. The young head variety changed in 1887 and

The Victoria silver shilling.
This old head design is also known as the widow head because the Queen is pictured in her widow's weeds.
Victoria Copper Set of Penny, Halfpenny & Farthing 1838 - 1860

Victorian coinage struck for her during the first part of the reign. Made from copper these thicker and heavier coins

Victoria Jubilee Head Crown 1887-1892 in VF Condition Queen Victoria Young Head Halfcrown 1838-1887 Victoria Silver Groat or fourpence 1838-1855
Victoria Jubilee Head Crown 1887-1892 in EF Condition

No collection of British coins would be complete without Victoria’s Jubilee Crown. This most attractive and distinctive crown is a key coin and a real bonus
Queen Victoria Young Head Halfcrown 1838-1887

Known as the young head design this halfcrown had a long life being struck in sterling silver from 1838 through to 1887. Very popular and of course relatively
Silver Groat of Queen Victoria 1838-1855

The Victoria Groat or four pence always brings a look of surprise from collectors. It is a misconception that they are extremely rare, they are available at relatively inexpensive prices.