Beautiful Bronze Coin from Great Britain 1862 Quarter Penny Or Farthing Queen Victoria Young Bust With Laureate Facing Left About Uncirculated or Better
Description: A beautiful about uncirculated or much better 1862 quarter penny or farthing bronze coin from the United Kingdom. The coin, which has a plain edge, displays Queen Victoria's young bust wearing a Laureate in her hair facing left on the obverse. The reverse displays Britannia seated and facing right with a light house behind her, a ship in front of her, the denomination surrounding her and the date below. The coin has the words "VICTORIA.D.G.: BRITT. REG. F.D." surrounding the queen's bust on the obverse. The reverse is marked "FARTHING 1862" surrounding a seated Britannia facing right. This is KM 747.2 weighing 2.86 grams and measuring about 20 mm in diameter. A beautiful coin, rare in this condition and deserves a spot in any advanced collection of British coins. It is nicely toned in a rich red brown coloring with residual luster and great eye appeal. Please carefully review the scans provided as they are part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Great Britain.
Size and Weight: This is a bronze coin weighs ~2.86 grams and is ~205 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #747.2.
Condition: I would grade this beautiful coin as about uncirculated or much better with nice brown-red coloring and residual luster. The coin is in super condition with minimum wear and having all of its details well preserved. The coin has a small black stain above the queen's head which can be seen in the photos. It also has a few minor scratches and a few minor bag marks. The coin is much better than the scans suggest. Please see scan for additional condition information.