Some brief history surrounding the Queen Victoria sovereign. Sovereigns were issued for Queen Victoria in almost every year from 1838 to 1901. There were three main obverse (head) designs, and two reverse designs.
The Young Head was produced from 1837 to 1887 inclusive, with the St. By Benedetto Pistrucci about 1817. The obverse of this coin (1892) is the second of the three main designs - the Jubilee Head.This was designed by Joseph Edgar Boehm , and was introduced in 1887 to mark Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Crowned and veiled bust ('Jubilee Head') of Queen Victoria facing left; legend around denoting: VICTORIA D: G: BRITT:REG: F: D. Esigned by Austrian engraver Joseph Edgar Boehm (JEB). And the designer's initials;'WW' for William Wyon are buried into the rather narrow truncation. Reverse designed by Italian medallist Benedetto Pistrucci (BP). George mounted with a sword attacking the dragon. The date appears below the exergue line at the bottom with the letters'B. Struck in 22ct Gold (0.916). Weight: 7.98g / Diameter: 22mm. The item "1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head 22ct FULL Gold Sovereign (London Mint)" is in sale since Tuesday, July 13, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\British\Victoria (1837-1901)\Sovereign".
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