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Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland Coin: 1872 Two Dollars

Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland Coin: 1872 Two Dollars

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 26021)

The 1872 Two Dollars is part of a series of Victoria $2 Gold coins struck from 1865-1888. Struck in London and designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of 0.917 gold, 0.083 copper from a mintage of 6,000 struck.
Obverse: Portrait of young Victoria and country name of NEWFOUNDLAND around the perimeter
Reverse: The year is centered low in the middle of the reverse with the denomination spelled three ways: 2 DOLLARS, TWO HUNDRED CENTS, and ONE HUNDRED PENCE.

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GSID: 26021
Country: Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland
Coin Date: 1872
Denomination: $2 / Two Dollars
Designation: MS
Mint Location: London
Mintage: 6,000
Coinage Type: Victoria $2 Gold
Coinage Years: 1865-1888
Composition: 0.917 gold, 0.083 copper
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 17.98 mm
Fineness: 0.917
Weight: 3.33 gr
Designer: Leonard C. Wyon
Obverse Designer: Leonard C. Wyon
Reverse Designer: Leonard C. Wyon

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