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1893 Victoria Silver Shilling Small Rose and Lettering MS 64

1893 Victoria Silver Shilling Small Rose Small Lettering MS 64 Graded

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A silver Shilling of Queen Victoria, dated 1893 from the first year of her ‘Old Head’ coinage issue (1893-1901). The obverse shows the veiled and draped bust of the queen, facing left with the lettering around in small sized lettering. This portrait is the work of Thomas Brock whose initials - TB - appear beneath the truncation of Victoria’s shoulder. The reverse shows three crowned shields, representing England, Scotland and Ireland with national flower emblems around, enclosed within a garter. The rose on this class is somewhat smaller than on others in the series. These coins are popular in high grades with their die combinations and variations making them an interesting and fairly affordable series to collect. Spink 3940, Davies 1010.
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Dies 1+A. Old head, small lettering. Old veiled and draped bust facing left with small 'T.B.' initials beneath for the engraver Thomas Brock. Legend around: 'VICTORIA · DEI · GRA · BRITT · REGINA · FID · DEF · IND · IMP ·'.


Small rose. Three crowned shields with national flower emblems between all within garter, with date below and value above. Engraver: Edward Poynter.


This coin has been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation as MS 64 (NGC Cert # 6029966-014).

A grade of MS 64 indicates a Mint State or Uncirculated coin with an average or better strike with several miniscule marks, hairlines or imperfections.


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