Information about effigy: Portrait by Leonard Charles Wyon (Young crowned head)

Queen Victoria (24 May 1819 - 22 January 1901)

The effigy of Queen Victoria was re-designed by Leonard C. Wyon of the Royal Mint for 1876, showing a more mature and portly Queen Victoria wearing a diademed crown. Slightly different versions of this design were used throughout the British colonies (not in the United Kingdom itself) until her death in 1901.

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Portrait by Leonard Charles Wyon (Young crowned head): Details
Year1876
Personal Information Queen Victoria
Portrait by Leonard Charles Wyon (Young crowned head): Photos
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Portrait by Leonard Charles Wyon  (Young crowned head): Photo Coin - 25 Cents, British Honduras (Belize), 1897 Coin - 25 Cents, British Honduras (Belize), 1897
Copyright: Jennifer McNair
Author: Museums Victoria / CC BY
Notes: Silver.
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Portrait by Leonard Charles Wyon  (Young crowned head): Photo Coin - 1 Cent, British Honduras (Belize), 1888 Coin - 1 Cent, British Honduras (Belize), 1888
Copyright: Museums Victoria / CC BY
Author: Jon Augier
Notes: Bronze.
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