1893 Jubilee Head Gold Sovereign
The following list of sovereigns is for coins in stock as at our last update of this page. It is best to check availability before ordering or give alternatives.
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Victoria Jubilee Head
Sovereigns were issued for Queen Victoria in almost every year from 1838 to 1901. There were three main obverse (head) designs, and two reverse designs. The jubilee head was produced from 1887 to 1893 inclusive.
1893 Sovereigns Mintage
* The London Mint did not issue any 1893 Jubileee Head sovereigns, all London Mint production was of the Old Head design.
Designs & Description
All Victoria Jubilee Head sovereigns from 1887 to 1893 share the same obverse (head) design. The reverse is the familiar St. George & Dragon design originally engraved by Benedetto Pistrucci about 1817.
There is also an Old Head sovereign for 1893.
In 1893 the Australian mints in Melbourne and Sydney, issued sovereigns. You can visit our Mints & Mintmarks page for further information.
As with many older sovereigns, availability can be quite variable, particularly in better condition. Often we come across small batches of sovereigns, all of a particular date and mintmark, so that we have an abundant supply while stocks last, then we may not see another similar batch for years.
The following list of sovereigns is for coins in stock as at our last update of this page.
It is best to check prices and availability before ordering or give alternatives.
The US $ prices in the this table may be out of date due to currency fluctuations.
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