SKU: 9178

£685.00

1 over inverted 1 in date, a collectible example of this very rare variant.

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Victoria (1837-1901), gold Sovereign, 1863, ‘Young Head’ coinage (1838-1887), 1 over inverted 1 in date, ww incuse on truncation, shield on reverse with repositioned legend. Obv. Second ‘large’ young head facing left, date below. Rev. Crowned shield of arms within wreath, emblems below. Die axis 6h (S.3852D; EGC 1659 (R2); Marsh 46B (R2)). The obverse with various nicks and scuffs, the reverse better with some lustre, a collectible example of this variant. Very Rare. Slabbed and graded by NGC as AU Details.

NGC Certification: 6768734-005

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1 over inverted 1 in date, shield on reverse with repositioned legend, WW incuse on truncation

References

S.3852D; EGC 1659 (R2); Marsh 46B (R2)

Rarity

Very Rare

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