William IV, Crown (India) Pewter Patina
It is part of the Patina Series, retro-patterns showing what it might have looked liked had it actually been struck at the time. This is the ‘Crown’ of King William IV. Silver coins and gold coins were actually struck but never a crown. It has the bust of William IV on one side and a tiger on the other side. They are struck in Proof Pewter one of the most difficult metals to strike coins in. Full crownsized, Proof condition and struck in Pewter and priced at just £12.95, I think this is value for money.