1872 Queen Victoria Young Head Gold Sovereign (London)
1872 Queen Victoria Young Head Gold Sovereign
Obverse : The Queen’s head to left. Hair bound with a double fillet and collected up into a knot behind. Initials W.W. in truncation. The Mint Letter 'M' / 'S' denoting Melbourne or Sydney mint under truncation, Sovereigns struck at the Tower Mint in London do not carry a mintmark.
Reverse :St.George mounted with sword attacking the dragon. The date appears below the exergue line at the bottom with the letters B.P. to the right. Horse with varying length tail.
Struck - Tower Mint London ('no mintmark')
- Weight: 7.98g / Diameter: 22.05mm
- Obverse by Joseph Edgar Boehm
- Featuring Reverse design of St George & the dragon by Benedetto Pistrucci
- Die Axis: ↑ ↑
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