Palestine, Edward VIII, Medallic Pattern Crown, 1936. BU

Low mintage crownsized (38mm) prooflike pattern. Brilliant Uncirculated.
Availability: In stock
SKU: LPS4608
£16.95

Of all the Edward VIII pieces issued the one that most collectors want is the Palestine issue, this is probably because it depicts coins of Palestine with dates that were never issued.
You have the uncrowned bust of King Edward VIII on one side and the designs of six Palestine coins on the other side. These are privately issued medallic pattern crownsized pieces. Mintages are very low and sometimes on auction sites such as eBay they can bring crazy prices. They are crownsized (38mm) and in Prooflike condition. Supplies are very limited.

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