Big British silver crowns were minted continuously from 1707 to 1965. This issue was struck during the tenure of Queen Victoria, the second longest-reigning British monarch in history. Minted from .84 troy ounces of .925 fine silver, the obverse features the "Jubilee Head" portrait of an elderly Victoria. On the reverse if a classical depiction of St. George and the dragon. Our Fine to Very Fine issues have circulated, but carry well-defined engravings. Our choice of date.