William IV, Scottish Crown Patina Pewter

These crownsized patinas were made to show what Scottish coins of William IV might look like, if they had ever been struck. You have the bust of William IV on the obverse, just like on the 1831 crown by the Royal Mint. In fact, in my opinion, it is as good, or better, than the original. The reverse has the Scottish coat of arms with the standing Lion and two thistles one on either side. It is retro-dated 1830. These are full crownsized and beautiful. We have them in Patina Pewter. They are in Prooflike condition and handsome. Mintages were low, and we bought them all. Ten years ago...
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SKU: CWD0015
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