Australia, George VI Crown Very Fine, 1937

We have only a small quantity of this 1937 George VI Crown, this is one of only two crowns of Australia. All are in Very Fine. If you need one, please get in as quickly as possible. When they are gone, they are gone; there will be no more…
Availability: In stock
SKU: FAU4604
£39.50
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