Silver Maundy coin; Denomination: Groat
Royal Mint, London
Queen Victoria (1837-1901)

A groat is a 4 pence coin. Groats struck for circulation have a seated Britannia on the reverse and ceased to be current in 1887. Those with the Jubilee bust obverse and Britannia reverse were struck for use in British Guiana.

Obverse Description

Bust of the Queen facing left the small wearing imperial crown, long veil falling behind her head, pearl necklace and earring, Ribbon and Star of the Garter and the badge of the Imperial Order of India; around, VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F: D:

Reverse Description

At centre within an open oak wreath; the numeral 4; above, crown; the numeral dividing the date 1892

Edge Description


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