A coin to celebrate those that rise up to a challenge and overcome, ‘In Victoria’ is a 17.50 gram silver coin of 38.61 mm diameter, with some selective gilding on the reverse face. Maybe a gift for someone that has beaten a life-testing obstacle, it goes full-on jingoistic with its choice of design.
A winged personification of victory (looking like a sculpture if I’m honest) is shown riding a chariot drawn by four horses. Holding a large spear and a gilded (olive?) leaf, it certainly evokes the Ancient Greek visual style well enough. The obverse has the Ian Rank Broadley effigy of Queen Elizabeth II at its centre, with the issue details (it’s for Niue), inscribed around it.
This one comes in a neat box, with a themed certificate of authenticity, and all wrapped up in a similarly themed shipper. The mintage is just 500 pieces, which is low for something of this weight. Available to order now.
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