Elizabeth II, 25 Pence (Silver Jubilee) 1977 Proof Sterling Silver - with case

In 1977 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee 1952-1977. The Royal Mint, as they did with her Grandfather, George V, issued a special silver commemorative crown or five-shilling piece. It shows the Queen on horseback and was very popular with the public at the time. In fact, it was probably was the height of public celebrations. The 1977 Silver Jubilee Crown in Proof Sterling Silver is one of the most popular of her reign and the best value of her entire series. Today the Mint seems to be issuing a crownsized coin almost every day. Here we offer you Proof Sterling Silver examples of the 1977 Silver Jubilee Crown with the Official Royal Mint case. Remember these silver proof crowns are now over 40 years old and are crown coins not the £5 pieces issued today. We think these silver proof crowns are real coins and not some fantasy £5 piece that has never actually been used.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CLK4611
£59.50

1977 25 Pence (Crown) Proof Sterling Silver:

  • Composition: Silver (.925)
  • Weight: 28.28 g
  • Diameter: 38.61 mm
  • Comes with offical Royal Mint Case

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