1893 Great Britain crown, LVII, KM 783. The obverse shows a left facing bust of Queen Victoria, with the standard regnal legend for the time. That legend translates to : VICTORIA BY THE GRACE OF GOD, QUEEN OF THE BRITAINS, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH, EMPRESS OF iNDIA.
" The edge is lettered and translates to : 57th YEAR OF THE REIGN". The reverse shows Saint George slaying the dragon, with the date, 1893, below.
The crown was not demonetized when decimalization was introduced in 1971. Both sides of the coin are an attractive, natural silver gray color. Both sides still show good detail, especially the reverse with Saint George, the horse, and the dragon.