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Elizabeth II, Crowns 1951 & 1953 Special in Case

Elizabeth II, Crowns 1951 & 1953 Special in Case

This is the offer of the issue! This is one you will want for yourself and for gifts as the price is incredible. The Royal Mint are offering on their website the 1951 King George VI Festival of Britain crown for £29.00 in Very Fine or better condition. They are also offering the 1953 Coronation Crown in Extremely Fine or better condition for £39.00, which makes £64.00 for the two crowns, both lower than uncirculated condition. We have just bought a large group of the two crowns but both of them are in uncirculated condition! Our normal price for the pair in uncirculated condition is £52.00. But for this issue you can buy one pair or more for just £39.50! Oh, and did we say that we will put them in a presentation case worth £8.95 for Free? Talk about being the bargain of the issue. At Coincraft – Britain’s Coin Shop - when we make a bargain buy, you make a bargain buy! This Special Offer is good only while supplies last. Royal Mint price for circulated coins £64.00, our price for uncirculated coins is just £39.50! These make excellent gifts but a limit of 5 sets per collector of these double crown sets at this special price.
£39.50
Picture of George V & George VI, Pair of Silver Sixpences.

George V & George VI, Pair of Silver Sixpences.

George V and a George VI Pair of Silver Sixpences. All coins are original and genuine and struck by the Royal Mint, the ones that they are selling and the ones that we are selling are exactly the same. They were made for circulation and are struck in 500 fine Silver. Check out the Royal Mint website and you will see that they are charging £26.00 for each coin or £52.00 for the pair.
£14.95
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George VI 1937 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coin listed in 1937 is struck in 500 fine Silver and is in Fine condition.
£9.95
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George VI 1937 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1938 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1938 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£19.95
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George VI 1938 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£22.50
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George VI 1939 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1939 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£12.95
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George VI 1939 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1940 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed 1940 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£12.95
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George VI 1940 Halfcrown Fine

This was the highest denomination struck during the Second World War, the Halfcrown or two shillings and sixpence. The Monarch on the coin was our wartime King, George VI. He and his family stayed in London throughout the bombing. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were struck in silver as the base metals were far more useful in the war effort. Each Silver Halfcrown is dated 1940 – exactly 80 years old and they are in Fine condition. They make great gifts for someone born in 1940 or a military collector.
£12.95
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George VI 1941 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1941 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£9.95
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George VI 1941 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1942 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1943 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1943 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£9.95
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George VI 1943 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1944 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1944 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£9.95
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George VI 1944 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1945 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1945 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£9.95
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George VI 1945 Halfcrown Fine

In the reign of King George VI our coinage made a drastic change. After World War II, in 1947, they removed all the Silver from our coins. In his Father’s reign (George V) they reduced the silver content from Sterling Silver to only 500 Fine Silver. Now the coins were to be made for the first time in a base metal rather than a precious metal.
£12.95
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George VI 1946 Florin Fine

The coinage of King George VI is unique because half his coins were struck in silver and then the rest of the coins were struck in cupro-nickel. The coins listed are from 1946 and struck in 500 fine Silver and are in Fine condition.
£9.95
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George VI 1946 Halfcrown Fine

In 1946 for the last time ever the Royal Mint struck coins for everyday usage in Silver. Here we offer the Halfcrown. It has taken a little while but we have finally enough of these last ever silver coins to offer to our collectors. All coins are struck in 500 fine Silver by the Royal Mint and are the last silver coins ever to be struck for circulation. All 1946 coins are in selected circulated condition.
£12.95
Picture of George VI Collection - Coins, banknote and stamp

George VI Collection - Coins, banknote and stamp

We all admired the excellent award-winning movie, ‘The King’s Speech’ in 2010 which showed King George VI’s determination and strength. Now you can own original coins from the reign of George VI issued from 1937-1952, a Coronation Stamp issued in 1937 and a banknote issued just after World War II. You’ll receive the coins that were actually used during George VI’s reign: the bronze Farthing, Halfpenny and Penny, plus the brass Threepence, Silver Threepence and cupronickel Sixpence, Shilling, Florin and Half Crown. These are original, genuine coins and were actually used as money in the reign of King George VI. You also get an Uncirculated British Armed Forces 2nd series Pound issued by Command of the Army Council in 1948. To top it off, you get a Mint stamp issued in 1937 for George VI’s Coronation, issued and overprinted for use in British Morocco. This collection is exclusive to Coincraft. The entire collection comes in a presentation wallet loaded with interesting and historic information.
£18.50
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George VI Florin 1944 About Uncirculated

As you know by now, the florin is the hardest denomination to find – they only started making them in 1849. On off er we have some of the last silver florins of George VI – they were struck in 1944, towards the end of the Second World War, the same year as the Allied Invasion of Normandy or D-Day landings in June of 1944. We have a selection of these 1944 florins in Almost Uncirculated and they are 80 years old this year. Grab yourself one of the last silver florins from 1944, a perfect 80th birthday gift for yourself or loved one.
£19.50
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George VI Florin 1944 Uncirculated

As you know by now, the florin is the hardest denomination to find – they only started making them in 1849. On off er we have some of the last silver florins of George VI – they were struck in 1944, towards the end of the Second World War, the same year as the Allied Invasion of Normandy or D-Day landings in June of 1944. We have a selection of these 1944 florins in Almost Uncirculated and they are 80 years old this year. Grab yourself one of the last silver florins from 1944, a perfect 80th birthday gift for yourself or loved one.
£25.00
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George VI, Penny 1937 Uncirculated

1D (1 Penny) from the reign of George VI, minted in 1937 and in uncirculated condition.
£17.50