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1847 Queen Victoria 'Gothic' Deep Cameo Proof Crown


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A very collectable and sought after Queen Victoria silver ‘deep cameo’ Proof Crown dated 1847 with the edge inscribed with the regnal year ‘Undecimo’ known as the ‘gothic’ issue due to the style of ‘script’ on the lettering, this coin slabbed by PCGS as PR62DCAM, is the fourth to be classified as the deep cameo proof type, and with a low mintage of only 8,000 for all proof types, a scarce coin. The obverse features the ‘gothic’ type bust of the queen facing left with richly embroiled bodice, with the ‘gothic’ script around translated as ‘Victoria by the grace of god, Queen, Defender of faith’. The reverse shows the crowned cruciform shields around a centre garter star, with the nations flower emblems in the angles representing England, Scotland and Ireland.This legendary Crown designed and engraved by William Wyon at the height of his career in a very high grade would make an excellent addition to any numismatic collection.
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Large crowned bust of Queen Victoria facing left wearing a dress richly embellished with roses shamrocks and thistles. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR.REG:F:D.


Crowned cruciform shields  representing 3 lions for England, harp for Ireland and lion rampart for Scotland, in the angles are the flower emblems being rose, thisle and shamrock all in treasure of arcs, Garter star in the centre. TVETUR UNITA DEUS ANNO DOM MDCCXLVII


DECUS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI UNDECIMO with crowns and roses for stops.


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