Gibraltar, Charlie Chaplin Crown, 1995

Issued by Gibraltar as part of a series to mark the Centenary of the Cinema, 1885-1995.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FGI4610
£18.95

Charlie Chaplin made his name in the early days of the cinema. His most famous character was The Tramp with signature bowler hat, scruffy suit and cane.

He is commemorated on this full sized Crown issued by Gibraltar in 1995 as part of a series to mark the Centenary of the Cinema 1885-1995. On the obverse we find a mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II The reverse has Chaplin in the familiar garb of The Tramp with his name and dates 1889-1977.

Struck in prooflike Cupro-nickel this Charlie Chaplin crown is great value for money. 

Customers who bought this item also bought
Picture of Cook Islands, Crown-size $1, 80th Anniversary of TV. Brilliant UNC

Cook Islands, Crown-size $1, 80th Anniversary of TV. Brilliant UNC

Issued in 2006 to mark the 80th anniversary of Television this unusual coin contains a hologram.
£6.95
Picture of Ceylon, George III Retro Patina Crown, 1808

Ceylon, George III Retro Patina Crown, 1808

Struck in Cupro-Nickel, prooflike crownsized (38mm) coin.
£6.95
Picture of Andrew Bailey Historical £10 Darwin B400 Unc

Andrew Bailey Historical £10 Darwin B400 Unc

The current Governor of the Bank of England is Andrew Bailey. He also served as Chief Cashier at the Bank between 2007 and 2011, which meant his signature appeared on banknotes. He succeeded Mark Carney whose signature also appeared on banknotes – in Canada rather than the UK! We offer Crisp Uncirculated examples of the £10 note issued during Bailey’s tenure. (B400) A mature portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is on the front and the portrait of Charles Darwin is featured on the back alongside a vignette of a hummingbird. Crisp Uncirculated and of course long-vanished form circulation.
£21.50