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Queen Victoria (1837-1901), threepenny, 1875.

The obverse design of this coin depicts a portrait of young Queen Victoria, also known as 'young head', with ribbons in her hair. The inscription on the obverse reads VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REGINA F D. which means: Victoria by the grace of God Queen of Britain Defensor of the Faith. The reverse design depicts a crowned 3, indicating the value of the coin, a wreath of oak leaves and the date 1875.

Details

Date Made
1875
Dimensions
dia 16mm (dia 5/8")
Time Period
Modern
Property Information
Loch Leven Castle
Object Number
E1460
Access Status
Storage

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