1896 One shilling coin; Royal Mint; 1896; CR1988.066

Name/Title

1896 One shilling coin

About this object

1896 one shilling coin from Great Britain. The obverse has the veiling "widow head" of Queen Victoria and the reverse has three shields and a garter with a rose between the upper two shields.
Was located at Halfway House Hotel site E10 below surface on 29 November 1984 by Dr N. Ritchie, Ministry of Works archaeologist.

Maker

Royal Mint

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1896

Place Made

United Kingdom, England, London

Medium and Materials

Metal, silver

Inscription and Marks

ONE SHILLING 1896
VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP
HONI VI PENSE

Measurements

Dia 31mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Coins

Subject and Association Keywords

Money

Subject and Association Keywords

Banking

Credit Line

From the Collection of the Cromwell Museum

Object Type

Coins

Object number

CR1988.066

Copyright Licence  

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