George V Halfcrown 1918 About Extremely Fine

The Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence, that’s 30 old pennies or 12 ½ pence in today’s money. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now difficult to find coins in Nearly Extremely Fine condition. A significant value for the time and numismatically important, there is just something about these last silver halfcrowns in high grade.
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