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1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set

1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set

1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set   1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set

Silver Coin Collection Display Gift Set. Great Britain Queen Victoria 1887 to 1892 Jubilee Head type set of 7 coins, namely: Crown, Double Florin, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence.

All of the coins are struck in 92% silver and are in Fine (or better) condition. The Queen Victoria Jubilee Head coinage was introduced in 1887 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the reign of Queen. These new designs were continued until 1893 when new designs were introduced. This item is new/mint and is housed in a display protection case but can be removed for framing if so desired. Remains a remarkable figure in history - not only for having been the longest reigning British monarch, but also as the figurehead of a vast empire, and as the inspiration for a highly complex culture. She was born on 24 May 1819, the only child of Edward, Duke of. And Victoria Maria Louisa of Saxe-Coburg. She succeeded her uncle, William IV, in 1837, at the age of 18, and her reign dominated the rest of the century.

Married her first cousin, Albert of Saxe-Coburg. For the next 20 years they lived in close harmony and had a family of nine children, many of whom eventually married into the European monarchy.

On her accession, the morale of the population was low and the monarchy was unpopular, but. Won the nation's hearts with her modesty and practicality. She made it clear that she wished to be politically. Rmed, and so she was fostered by the Whig Prime Minister Lord Melbourne. Aged 58, and a widower who had lost his only daughter, Melbourne viewed.

As his own, and encouraged in her a conservative approach to her task of ruling. He was also concerned for her personal well-being, so much so that he advised against reading Charles Dickens because, he alleged, that author's books were full of'unpleasant subjects'. S influence was replaced by that of.

The German Prince never really won the favour of the British public, and only after 17 years was he given official recognition, with the title of Prince Consort. Did everything in collaboration with her husband, and it was during his lifetime that she was most active as a ruler.

Albert's interests in the arts and sciences inspired the celebratory Great Exhibition, hosted at Crystal Palace, in 1851. And the proceeds from this led to the foundation of some of. S greatest public museums, including the V&A - institutions that fuelled a national pride, which in turn reflected the Queen's personal ethics and vision.

Never fully recovered from Albert's loss - he died of typhoid in 1861 - and she remained in mourning for the rest of her life. Among the great achievements of her reign was the raising of institutional reform - such as the move (in the 1840s and 1850s) to a more constitutional monarchy - above party faction. The most notable achievement was probably the expansion of the British Empire, which doubled in size, taking in.

And parts of Africa and the South Pacific, during. S long years on the throne. Conflict was not a feature of Victorian overseas policy, although in her time the Queen and her parliament faced an Irish uprising, the Boer Wars and an Indian rebellion. Continental war was limited to the Crimean, which began in 1853.

Danger, however, was never far away, and seven attempts were made on. S life between 1840 and 1882. Her stoic attitude towards these attacks greatly strengthened her popularity.

Although she retired to the Isle of Wight after the death of her beloved husband, and tended to remain hidden from the public eye, she emerged from this seclusion to celebrate her Golden and Diamond jubilees, and even made a royal visit to France - the first by a ruling British monarch since 1431. Having witnessed a revolution in British government, and the growth of the world's largest empire. Died on 22 January 1901.

Her influence remains unforgettable, long after this date. The item "1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set" is in sale since Saturday, May 18, 2019.

This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\British\Victoria (1837-1901)\Other Victorian Coins". The seller is "historicgiftsets" and is located in Leices.

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  1. Condition: New
  2. Country of Origin: Great Britain
  3. Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  4. Denomination: Type Set
  5. Era: Victoria (1837-1901)

1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set   1887-1892 Queen Victoria Jubilee Head Silver Crown Coin Collector Gift Type Set