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Queen Victoria Royal Mint 1872 Melbourne Sovereign Queen Victoria First Australian Sovereign 1857 - 1870


During the 1870’s the Royal Mint decided to open overseas mints to cope with the demand for gold. Rather than shipping back to the UK the ore containing the mined

Royal Mint 1871 Sydney Sovereign

During the 1870’s the Royal Mint decided to open overseas mints to cope with the demand for gold. Rather than shipping back to the UK the ore containing the mined

Queen Victoria First Australian Sovereign 1857 - 1870

Back in 1855 the Royal Mint allowed the Australian Government to strike gold sovereigns. They were on trial to make sure they were capable to supplying the coins
Queen Victoria Old Head Gold Two Pounds 1893 Victoria Old Head Half Sovereign 1893-1901 1897 Victoria Veiled Head Gold Sovereign

Queen Victoria Old Head Gold Two Pounds 1893

Rare Gold Two Pound of Queen Victoria

Coin in extremely fine condition with mintages of 52,000

Victoria Old Head Half Sovereign 1893-1901

Queen Victoria half sovereigns dated between 1893-1901. These very fine condition coins were struck for just nine years and

We have saved a few pieces of this dated sovereign which are in top quality condition. In EF/Unc, they will make a delightfull acquisition for your collection
Victoria Veiled Head Gold Sovereign Victoria Jubilee Head Gold Sovereign Victoria YH George and Dragon Sovereign
The old head sovereign also known as the Veiled head sovereign and being the last design change to feature on Victoria coinage. An important event during this period was the opening of the last Australian mint at Perth in 1899. The Victoria Jubilee head sovereign was first issued in 1887 to celebrate her 50th anniversary and lasted just 7 years. 1887 is also known as the year of the three sovereign types. Young head shield sovereign, Young head George and Dragon and the Jubilee George and Dragon. Victoria young head sovereigns with the George and Dragon design were issued alongside the shield after a new design for the sovereign was accepted on the 14th January 1871. From 1871 to 1887 they issued two sovereign per year. The Royal mint issued concurrently from 1871 to 1874 while the Melbourne and Sydney branches minted until 1887.
Victoria Young head shield Sovereign
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