Falkland Islands, 50 Pence (Prince Andrew Crown) 1985

This crown was issued in 1985 for Prince Andrews visit to the Falkland Islands, where he had served during the conflict. He was there to open the new Mount Pleasant Airport in May 1985. It is Prooflike Uncirculated Crownsized 50 Pence. You have H. H. the Queen (his Mother) on the obverse and his portrait on the reverse. If you are going to use this coin for gambling, be sure to call heads. Steve just found 50 pieces that had been forgotten in the move…
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SKU: FFL7412
£7.95
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