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George V, Silver Halfcrown, 1932

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1932 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£18.95
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George V, Silver Halfcrown, 1933

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1933 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£18.95
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George V, Silver Halfcrown, 1934

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1934 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£24.95
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George V, Silver Halfcrown, 1935

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1935 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£18.95
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George V, Silver Halfcrown, 1936

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1936 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£18.95
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown

British coins were always known for the high quality of Silver that the governments had used in their striking. Going back to King Edward I (1272-1307), the silver was so high quality that the coins were illegally exported, melted down, and lower grade silver was issued in its place. British coins up to and including 1919 were struck in Sterling Silver; the highest denomination struck for regular issue was the Halfcrown. A Halfcrown was Two Shillings and Sixpence or equivalent to 12.5 Pence. The Last Sterling Silver Halfcrowns were issued under King George V from 1911-1919. We have a nice selection of these now difficult to find coins. Dates will be of our choice and the more you order the more different dates we will give you. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. The coins on offer were struck in Sterling Silver or 925 fine Silver and they are all in Fine condition. Dates are of our choice... A very important, significant and historically important coin. There is just something about a real silver coin…
£22.50
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown 1916

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1916 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£22.95
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown 1918

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1918 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£35.00
Picture of George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown Circulated

George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown Circulated

In the reign of King George V the coins were struck in Sterling Silver up until 1919, in 1920 they reduced the silver content by almost half. The largest sterling silver denomination struck in the reign of King George V was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence piece. You have a bare headed bust of George V on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were only issued from 1911-1919, so the dates we supply will be from stock. Here we offer this important type coin in average circulated condition.
£22.50
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown EF

In the reign of King George V, the coins were struck in Sterling Silver up until 1919, in 1920 they reduced the silver content by almost half. The largest sterling silver denomination struck in the reign of King George V was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence piece. You have a bare-headed bust of George V on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were only issued from 1911-1919, so the dates we supply will be from stock. Here we offer this important type coin in Extremely Fine.
£55.00
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown, 1912

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1912 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£50.00
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown, 1915

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1915 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£24.50
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George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown, 1917

The coinage of King George V was struck from 1911-1936. From 1911 until 1919 his coins were struck in Sterling Silver and from 1920-1936 they were struck in 500 fine Silver. Although there were crowns struck occasionally, on a regular basis the largest non gold coin struck was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coin offered here is the 1917 Halfcrown in selected circulated condition, but let’s be honest the older the coin, the more circulation you can expect. We always give you the best coin we have in stock at that time.
£50.00
Picture of George VI, Halfcrown 1944 Choice Uncirculated

George VI, Halfcrown 1944 Choice Uncirculated

Of course, 1944 is an important date for many reasons largely regarding the events of world war II. At that time our Monarch was King George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth II. Our coinage was still being struck in Silver as this was less useful to the War Effort than cupronickel in producing munitions. The largest denomination struck in 1944 was the Half Crown, Two Shillings and Sixpence. The coins on offer are at the top end of the grading scale and are very nice examples - choice uncirculated. The coins have seen no wear, but of course over the past 74 years they will have toned a little, but then again haven’t we all? Nice coins that will please and delight you.
£45.00
Picture of George VI, Halfcrown 1945

George VI, Halfcrown 1945

Uncirculated.
£25.00
Picture of George VI, Halfcrown Extremely Fine, 1944

George VI, Halfcrown Extremely Fine, 1944

This Silver George VI Halfcrown was issued at the end of World War II in 1944. It was the largest silver coin issued at the time and it would be only two more years before they removed all silver from our coinage. You have the bust of King George VI on one side and arms with crowned ciphers on the other side. These Silver Halfcrowns are in Extremely Fine condition which is a high grade for this coin. Don’t miss out.
£22.50
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George VI, Halfcrown in Silver 1946 Circulated

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.
£18.95
Picture of New Zealand, 1940 Halfcrown EF

New Zealand, 1940 Halfcrown EF

We have always liked the commemorative crowns of New Zealand or rather the early commemorative crowns, when they made 3 of them. Between 1935, when they first had their own coinage, and the Queen’s Coronation in 1953 they only made three commemorative crowns. Here we present the 1940 Centennial Halfcrown.. It was a wonderful time when commemorative coins were few but important...
£29.50
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Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown Extremely Fine

In 1881, Queen Victoria finally allowed the design of her coinage to be changed after 50 years. Maybe because a 67-year-old woman does look a little different from a 17-year-old girl. Never-the-less in 1887 to celebrate her Golden Jubilee, she allowed a new portrait to be used on her coinage, this, of course, became known as the Jubilee Head design. The Halfcrown with this Jubilee Head design was only issued from 1887 until 1892 when the design was changed again. The Queen hated this Jubilee Head design because it showed her with a tiny crown on her head, almost like a toy. The coins were struck in Sterling Silver and we think the design is attractive. We can offer the Halfcrown in Extremely Fine condition, which will satisfy most collectors. The coins on offer are the first year of issue (1887). Nice high-grade coins at prices that won’t hurt your pocket, and remember, these coins are now over 125 years old!
£79.50
Picture of Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown Fine

Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown Fine

This is the middle type of coinage struck for Queen Victoria. It was only issued from 1887-1892 and was first issued for her Golden Jubilee. Thus this coinage became known as Queen Victoria Jubilee Head coins. The coin on offer is the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence. You have the Jubilee Head of Queen Victoria on one side and a shield in a Garter with in an ornate circle of medals. The coins are struck in Sterling Silver (925 fine). Dates will be of our choice but will be in Fine condition. The more you order the more different dates we will try and give you. In 1887, a Halfcrown was a lot of money; today they are more reasonably priced.
£49.50
Picture of Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown Very Good

Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown Very Good

In the long reign of Queen Victoria there were three main designs used, we have selected the last two, the Jubilee Head and the Old or Widow Head coinage to offer you. Here we are offering the Jubilee Head Halfcrown in Very Good. Dates will be of our choice depending on what we have in stock when the order comes in. But as always fair grading and priced to make them attractive.
£39.50
Picture of Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown VG, 1887-1892

Victoria, Jubilee Head Halfcrown VG, 1887-1892

In 1887 Queen Victoria finally allowed her portrait on the coinage to be changed. It was 50 years that she kept her Young Head portrait on the coins. The Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence was perhaps the most used large silver coin at the time. Because of course, a Halfcrown was a lot of money then. You have the Queen on the obverse with that silly little crown placed on her head. She hated it because it looked like a toy rather than the real thing. The reverse has a crowned coat of arms within a garter of roses. These Halfcrowns are struck in Sterling Silver and we have them in two grades. Dates will be of our choice, but they were only made from 1887-1892.
£39.50
Picture of Victoria, Old Head Halfcrown Fine

Victoria, Old Head Halfcrown Fine

In the long reign of Queen Victoria, there were three main designs used, we have selected the last two, the Jubilee Head and the Old or Widow Head coinage to offer you. Here we are offering the Old or Widow Head Halfcrown in Fine. Dates will be of our choice depending what we have in stock when the order comes in. But as always fair grading and priced to make them attractive.
£38.50
Picture of Victoria, Old Head Halfcrown VG

Victoria, Old Head Halfcrown VG

The Half Crown of Queen Victoria with the Old Head design is the second-largest denomination in silver to be struck with this bust of the Queen. You have the bust of Queen Victoria her widow’s dress and a crowned shield on the reverse. They are struck in Sterling Silver and were only issued from 1893-1901. A nice large Sterling Silver coin in Very Good condition and each one is at least 117 years old. We think you will love this coin, we already do.
£19.50
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William & Mary, Halfcrown 1689 Extremely Fine

First Type with conjoined busts. Extremely Fine with beautiful rich toning
£1,650.00