Victoria Shillings


Jubilee Head

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Old or Widow Head

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1887

1887 Jubilee Head shillings

ESC doesn't cover them, but Davies does.  What's more, he puts values against them. 1982 values, granted, but it gives you a good idea of relative scarcity. He says, for mint state examples,
  • 28 for 1+A
  • 12 for 1+B
  • 7 for 1+C
So a Reverse A specimen is worth 4 times a normal Reverse C.

The numbers that have passed through my hands in the past couple of years are:
  • Rev A: 2
  • Rev B: 5
  • Rev C: 21
so I reckon Reverse B is a little scarcer than Mr Davies thought it was. Don't skip over them when you see them, check out that letter Q in the garter...
Three reverse types for 1887

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