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Queen Victoria (1837-1901) - Queen Victoria's empire was the largest in British history, and so were the denominations that were struck throughout her reign. This Australian gold one sovereign was struck in Sydney and will be of interest to many sovereign collectors as there were no British sovereign struck for 1867. The sovereign itself bears the young Queen with her hair tied with banksia wreath. The reverse features a crown surrounded by a wreath with the wording 'Sydney Mint' at the top, 'Australia' in the centre, and 'One Sovereign' at the bottom. A great original coin to add as a gap filler to a sovereign collection.
gold content 22ct (.917)
grade good Fine
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