George V, Halfcrown (Sterling Silver) 1918 Fine

Now almost 100 years old and becoming difficult to find.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CGH5026
£35.00

The Sterling Silver Half Crown of King George V was only issued between 1911 and 1919, after that they were half Silver. We have a nice group of the 1918 coin in Fine condition on offer.
Struck in Sterling Silver, this is a coin from a short lived series of King George V coinage. It is not appreciated as much as it should be, after all this coin is now nearly 100 years old!

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