Beautiful Toned Silver Coin 1891 Half Crown from Great Britain Queen Victoria Coroneted Bust Uncirculated NGC MS63
Description: A beautiful nicely toned uncirculated silver coin from Great Britain. This is the 1891 silver half crown coin from the United Kingdom. The coin displays the coroneted but of Queen Victoria on the obverse and the crowned arms within order chain on the reverse. The coin has the words "VOCTORIA DEI GRATIA" surrounding the queen's head wearing a crown and facing left on the obverse. The reverse displays the date 1891 under the image of the arms with the legend "BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID:DEF" surrounding it. The coin is nicely tones and is truly beautiful. It is KM 764, weighs ~14.14 grams of 0.925 silver (sterling) and is ~31 mm in diameter. Please carefully review the photos presented as they are part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Great Britain.
Size and Weight: Silver (0.925) coin weigh ~14.14 gm and is ~31 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #764.
Condition: The coin is uncirculated and is graded as Mint State (MS) 63 by NGC. It comes in a plastic slab so labeled. It is nicely toned and has great eye appeal.
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