Solomon Islands, 2015 Silver Proof Crown in Queen Elizabeth's Honour

The small South Pacific nation of the Solomon Islands in 2015 issued a handsome silver proof crown or $10.00 to honour H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. You have her on one side wearing a crown with Parliament and Big Ben behind her. The inscription reads ‘Confidant from observer order amid change’. The other side has H. M. the Queen wearing her tiara. They are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and are rather handsome. You get two Queens for the price of one, as one of the staff commented. Small quantity in stock and for one price you are getting two different portraits of The Queen.
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SKU: FSO8115
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