Elizabeth II, 1953 Crown Unc & 1977 Crown Sterling Silver Proof (Pair) in Case

This collection is exclusive to Coincraft – Britain’s Coin Shop. We are offering a deluxe set containing the 1953 Coronation Crown in Cupro-Nickel with the 1977 Silver Jubilee in PROOF Sterling Silver. Both crowns are in a handsome presentation case with an information leaflet. This Deluxe set with the Sterling Silver crown is only £64.50! We doubt anyone else has the same coins for sale at such low prices...
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SKU: CLA4626
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