Great Britain, Victoria, Penny 1851, Far Colon, VF-XF

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Obverse: First uncrowned bust (‘Young Head’) of Queen Victoria left, legend around, date below.

Lettering: VICTORIA DEI GRATIA; 1851

Translation: Victoria by the Grace of God

Engraver: William Wyon

Art Deco line

Reverse: Seated figure of Britannia facing right, trident in left hand and shield bearing the Union flag in right, legend around and national flower emblems in exergue.

Lettering: BRITANNIAR: REG FID: DEF :

Unabridged legend: Britanniarum Regina Fidei Defensatrix

Translation: Queen of the Britains Defender of the Faith

Engraver: William Wyon

Art Deco line

Edge: Plain

Art Deco line

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Country
Ruler Victoria (1837-1901)
Face Value Penny
Year of issue 1851
Metal Copper
Fineness -
Catalogue # KM# 739; SPINK 3948; Peck 1498
Weight, g. 18,92
Diameter, mm. 34,11
Our code F361
Additional info Rev.: scarcer variety with far colon after DEF