Five Shillings 1853, Coin from United Kingdom - detailed information

Five Shillings 1853, Coin from United Kingdom
CoinFive Shillings 1853

This is a pattern which was considered for mass production but not approved or released.

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Obverse
United Kingdom / Five Shillings 1853 - obverse photo

Head of Queen Victoria facing left wearing ribbon in her hair; around, VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F: D:.

Obverse Inscription VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F: D:
Reverse
United Kingdom / Five Shillings 1853 - reverse photo

Below a crown, on two lines the denomination FIVE SHILLINGS (which is equal to a quarter sovereign, one sovereign being one pound which is subdivided into 20 shillings); below the denomination, the date 1853; below that a rose, thistle and shamrock united.

Reverse Inscription FIVE SHILLINGS 1853
EdgePlainEdge InscriptionNone
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Five Shillings 1853: Details
CountryUnited Kingdom
CurrencyPound Sterling (pre-decimal)
Coin TypeQuarter Sovereign (Pre-decimal)
Issued1853
MonarchQueen Victoria
EffigyQueen Victoria - Portrait by William Wyon (Young Head)
Face Value1/4 (x Pound)
Total Mintageunknown
MaterialGold
TechnologyMilled (machine-made)
ShapeRound
OrientationMedal Alignment (Axis 0)
Size13.000 mm
Mass2.081 g
OCC IDPNXY-DONZ-CVAK-OVRB
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Five Shillings 1853: Photos
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Gold 5 shillings, Great Britain, 1853
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Gold 5 shillings, Great Britain, 1853
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Five Shillings 1853: Catalogue Reference IDs
SourceReference ID
Krause, Standard Catalog of World CoinsGreat Britain KM# Pn112