1 Shilling, United Kingdom, Victoria (1893-1901), Old Head
Silver 1 Shilling coin of United Kingdom. The coin features the third portrait of Queen Victoria, also called the old head. The reverse has a crowned royal shield - with 3 lions representing England, the single lion representing Scotland and the harp representing Ireland. The portrait was designed by Thomas Brock, whose initials can be seen at the base of the portrait.
Shilling was a pre-decimal unit of currency in the UK, equal to 1/20 of a pound and 12 pence. This particular design was used from 1891-1901.
These coins are 92.5% silver.
Weight: 5.66 grams
Diameter: 23.5 mm
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