George V, Halfcrown (.500 Silver) EF

The George V Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence was struck in Sterling .925 Silver from 1911-1919 and in 500 fine Silver from 1920-1936. The Halfcrown was the largest silver denomination that was struck almost every year. It was a lot money at the time. We have managed to put together a nice group of both types of George V Halfcrowns and we offer them by type and not by date. Here we offer the .500 Silver Halfcrown in Extremely Fine. There are no rare dates available.
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SKU: CGH5039
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