The Twenty Sovereign coin in flip orientation is one of two 77.8g coins issued in the Queen Victoria 200 Years series.
- Minted from 0.917 gold
- Extremely low worldwide mintage of 99
- The final effigy of Queen Victoria depicts the Grandmother of Europe wearing a veil, and tiara designed by her late husband
- The effigy surrounded by unique koru designs representing the royal generations.
Upon the death of her husband Albert in 1861, Victoria went into an extended period of mourning and began wearing black clothing. Reflecting this period, the final effigy of Queen Victoria depicts the Grandmother of Europe wearing a veil, and tiara designed by her late husband. 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:||Fifty New Zealand dollars (NZ $50.00)|
|Obverse design:||Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley, United Kingdom|
|Reverse design:||Twenty sovereigns with Queen Victoria wearing a veil in mourning for Prince Albert, and a tiara designed by her late husband|
|Worldwide mintage limit:||99|
|Mint:||The Commonwealth Mint, United Kingdom|