|Legend||VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIARUM REGINA F: D:|
|Full text||VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIARUM REGINA FIDEI DEFENSATRIX|
Translated from Latin: Victoria, by the Grace of God, Queen, Defender of the Faith.
This form of Queen's Victoria legend was only used once, on the pattern Five Pound gold piece known as "Una and the Lion".
Una and the Lion - Obverse
The obverse of the iconic "Una and the Lion" five-pound coin.
|United Kingdom||Five Pounds 1839 Una and the Lion||400||Queen Victoria - Portrait by William Wyon (Young Head)|