Great Britain 1887 Victoria Golden Jubilee High Relief Proof Silver Medal PCGS SPECIMEN-62 Blasting white, bold and well struck example of the type with frosty devices in the reflective fields. This is the Official Royal Mint medal issued to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887. Silver, 77mm diameter, Mintage of only 2289 pieces, struck in high relief. The medal was engraved by L.
Wyon after the portrait bust of Sir J. Boehm and the reverse design of Sir Frederick Leighton.Obverse: Crowned and veiled bust of Victoria to the left, her name and titles around. Reverse: a figure representing the British Empire enthroned with the sea as background.
The other figures represent Commerce, The genius of Electricity and Steam, Industry and Agriculture, Science and Letters and Art. In exergue, 5 small shields inscribed "ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALASIA and AFRICA". British Historical Medals # 3219, Eimer-1733b.
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