Southern Rhodesia, Edward VIII, Silver Patina Crown. BU

Very low-mintage Edward VIII Silver Patina Crown for Southern Rhodesia.
Availability: In stock
SKU: ISR4605

This is the Patina Edward VIII series for Southern Rhodesia issue with the bare head of the King. The mintage of these pieces is just extremely low and struck in three metals, this one is the silver issue. They are full crownsized and stuck in Proof condition.
You have the bare head of King Edward VIII on one side and the crowned arms of Southern Rhodesia on the other side.

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