Elizabeth II, House of Windsor £5 Silver Proof

In 2017 the House of Windsor celebrated 100 years of Royal Service. Don’t forget the name Windsor was only in use starting during the First World War. The name was changed from Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to Windsor (from Windsor Castle) because of the rise of anti-German sentiment during the war. This Sterling Silver Proof £5 comes in the original Royal Mint case with certificate, just as it was issued. I assume that the original issue price was £80-£88, but we can offer this important silver proof crownsized coin for less money! You have Windsor Castle on one side and H. M. The Queen on the other side. With the case it is a rather sparkling piece.
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SKU: CLD7204
£59.50
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