Also, did this get attributed as inverted A in Victoria. It's hard to tell from the photo but it looks like it could be (and it looks like the C in victoria is repunched, which is the case for the inverted A).
This is not an inverted "A" (Die break V) in Victoria. This coin and variety has been previously discussed here and has been listed in an ICCS holder. Attributable die break "V" has a re-punched "N" which is the only variety that ICCS and/or NGC will attribute. They will NOT attribute this variety of a plugged V. CCCS will attribute it as a "Plugged V" (not as "DBV / inverted V" if you ask. And it did go to a good home (one of the members here).