Ghana, Queen Elizabeth II, Coronation (50th Anniversary) Silver Crown

This is a most unusual Sterling Silver Proof Crown. Not that it honours the 50th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation, but the country that issued it, the African nation of Ghana. You have a youthful portrait of the Queen on one side and a more mature portrait of the Queen on the other side. The denomination is 500 Sika and it has the Ghana coat of arms on it. Most unusual and if you want something no one else has, then this is it. A very limited number of these coins in stock, once they are gone they are gone…
Availability: In stock
SKU: FGH9904
£49.50
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