Sweden Gustav VI Silver Krona BU

Along with several other countries, Sweden finally stopped striking coins with silver content in the 1960s. Between 1952 and 1968 silver content had fallen to just .400 and it was only after that date when all higher denomination coins were minted in copper-nickel. However, we can now off er you these final silver Swedish krona coins in a Brilliant Uncirculated grade from the reign of King Gustaf VI Adolf. His image appears on the obverse, while the reverse shows his coat of arms and personal motto “Plikten framför allt”, which translates as Duty Before All.
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SKU: FSW7006