The Double Sovereign coin in flip orientation is one of two 16g coins issued in the Queen Victoria 200 Years series.
- Minted from 0.917 gold
- Extremely low worldwide mintage of 399
- Features the Gothic portrait that featured on a handful of crowns and all florins from 1847 until 1887
- The effigy surrounded by unique koru designs representing the royal generations.
Invoking thoughts of a medieval time, the Gothic portrait featured on a handful of crowns and all florins from 1847 until 1887. The Gothic effigy of Queen Victoria appears on the Double Sovereign here. The effigy is framed with a koru design representing the royal generations past, present and future. A lattice stained-glass effect symbolises the web of territories that Queen Victoria reigned over during the early peak of the British Empire.
|Denomination:||Five New Zealand dollars (NZ $5.00)|
|Obverse design:||Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley, United Kingdom|
|Reverse design:||Double sovereign with the Gothic portrait, which featured on a handful of crowns and all florins from 1847 until 1887|
|Worldwide mintage limit:||399|
|Mint:||The Commonwealth Mint, United Kingdom|