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.

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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