George VI, Crown 1937 Uncirculated

In 1937 our new King was crowned. This is the only silver Crown of George VI, dated 1937 and in Uncirculated condition, featuring the uncrowned bust of King George VI with Crowned quartered shield on the reverse (38 mm diameter) Supplies are very limited and if you have been waiting to get this crown, wait no longer.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CGI4612
£99.50

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