1837-1897 Victoria Diamond Jubilee silver medallion without presentation box
Condition Extra Fine without the presentation box This is my opinion
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Description This medallion was issued in several versions by T Brock and was issued as 'The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, the official medal."
Obverse The obverse features the veiled bust of the 'old head' Victoria with the inscription: - VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN MDCCCXCVII
Reverse The reverse depicts the famous young head portrait of Queen Victoria with the date of her accession to the throne (1837) below. To either side of the portrait is the inscription: - LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERA EIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA