How much is a 1861 Queen Victoria coin worth?

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An 1861 queen Victoria queen coin is worth about £0.99. For all issues from 1860 to 1970, the basic reverse design remained similar, with Britannia seated facing right, holding a shield and trident, the words one penny.
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You need to give the denomination and country of origin. There is a huge difference between something like a penny and a gold sovereign. Keep in mind that Queen Victoria was the sovereign
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More information is needed before a proper value can be assigned to a coin like this. Which country produced the coin? What is the denomination? What condition is the coin in? Just
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Hi Thomas, Is this a gold coin? There are no "double sovereign" coins... the closest thing is a 2 pounds gold coin, which was made in 1887 and 1893, but not in 1889. I believe
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