Elizabeth II, The Last 5 Crowns Collection

Includes Churchill, Silver Wedding, Silver Jubilee, Queen Mother's Birthday and Charles & Diana Wedding Crowns.
Availability: In stock
SKU: 5CRSET
Old price: £24.95
£18.95

Fantastic Collection of the last 5 Crowns Ever

In 1981 the Royal Mint issued its last British Crown ever. They are issuing crown-sized coins today, but they have a nominal face value of £5 and they are certainly NOT crowns.

The last Five Crowns ever were, Churchill Crown 1965, Silver Wedding Crown 1972, Silver Jubilee Crown 1977, Queen Mother’s 80th Birthday Crown and Charles &Diana’s Wedding Crown 1981.

Remember the first crown-sized coin of five shillings was issued in 1551 by King Edward VI and the last one was in 1981.

We have had a fantastic package made to display the last five crowns and it is exclusive to Coincraft. These sets make excellent gifts for family, friends and business associates. One marketing company is selling the 1977 Crown on its own for £9.95, so our price of just £24.95 for all five crowns is very reasonable.

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