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Queen Victoria One Penny Coins Various Dates

Queen Victoria One Penny Coins Various Dates

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Queen Victoria One Penny coins, minted between 1839 and 1901, are iconic British currency. Made of bronze (from 1860) or copper (pre-1860), these coins feature Queen Victoria's portrait on the obverse, which evolved over her long reign, depicting her in various stages of life. The reverse typically showcases Britannia, the personification of Britain, holding a trident and shield. The coins' designs were influenced by the Victorian era's artistic styles, reflecting the period's grandeur and industrial progress. Collectors prize these coins for their historical significance and the variety of portraits and reverse designs2