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The George VI 1937 Silver Coronation Crown

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The George VI Solid Silver 1937 Coronation Crown

The first and only silver crown of George VI's reign!

  • Struck in silver in 1937 by The Royal Mint
  • Highly sought-after on the secondary market
  • Limited availability at The Jubilee Mint

Struck by The Royal Mint in 1937 to mark his Coronation on 12th May, this is the first and only commemorative silver crown of George VI’s entire reign which spanned 11th December 1936 to 6th February 1952. The UK’s official portrait of the king, who unexpectedly ascended to the throne following his brother Edward’s Abdication, appears on the obverse of this magnificent solid silver coin. On the reverse is a crowned shield supported by a lion and a unicorn, as well as the coin’s important year of issue. Since its release, the George V Solid Silver 1937 Corontation Crown has been in extremely high demand among collectors. However, with a limited number of JUST 499 pieces available at The Jubilee Mint, secure yours today to avoid disappointment. Luxury Presentation Case and Certificate of Authenticity included.

Metal: 500/1000 Silver
Diameter:    38.61mm
Weight: 28.28g
Country of issue:  UK   
Year of issue: 1937
Mint: The Royal Mint

Delivery via Royal Mail

You only pay one delivery charge calculated

by your total order value:

£0 - £30 only £3.99

£31 - £99 only £4.99

£100 - £294 only £5.99

£294 + only £9.99

Estimated Delivery Time: 7-10 Working Days




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