Please see screen shots taken from the NGC website showing this coin. Inspired in part by the Scottish artist William Dyce RA, the obverse and reverse designs are works of genius, produced by the engraver William Wyon at the very peak of his creative career.Coveted by Victorian numismatists and mostly collected straight from the Bank of England, only 8,000 silver along with a handful of gold coins were struck. Drawing on our unrivalled legacy, The Great Engravers continues with the first of two coins paying homage to the Gothic Crown. Based on the reverse of the original coin - an ornate quartered shield design that has a long tradition in British numismatics - it is a fitting tribute to one of the most talented engravers to work on British coinage. The coin is finished to Proof standard. Royal Mint Packaging, booklet, wooden presentation box and Certificate bearing number: 3024 are also included in the sale. Striking Standard Gold and Silver Proof coins are the highest quality commemorative coins. Their sharpness, detail and finish are unrivalled, making them perfect for collectors looking for highest levels of craftsmanship and detail. The dies used to strike Proof coins are hand-finished to ensure that all imperfections are removed. Blanks are fed into the coin press by hand before being struck up to six times, at a lower speed and with less pressure than other finishes, to preserve the finer details of the design.