Gold Five Pounds of Queen Victoria, dated 1887. The obverse features the crowned and veiled bust of the queen, known as the Jubilee Head as it was introduced to celebrate her Golden Jubilee.
The reverse shows the instantly recognisable image of Saint George in the act of slaying a dragon.
These five pounds have a mintage of 54000 coins but few of them have been graded as PL examples in both grading companies.
Τhis example has been graded from NGC as MS61PL.