Crowns

Traditionally crowns had a face value of 25p (or 5 shillings prior to decimalisation in February 1971). In 1990 the face value was increased to £5 to give the coin a value consistent with its weight and size in relation to those of the then current range of coins.

1951 5 Shillings - Festival of Britain Crown

1951 5 Shillings - Festival of Britain Crown

In 1951, to celebrate the end of austerity after World War II, the British Government held a ‘Festival of Britain’ on the South Bank in...
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1953 5 Schillings - Coronation Crown

1953 5 Schillings - Coronation Crown

In 1953 to commemorate the Queen Coronation, the Royal Mint released a Limited Issue Coronation 5 Five Shilling...
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1977 £5 - QEII Silver Jubilee

1977 £5 - QEII Silver Jubilee

On offer is the Cupro-Nickel £5 crown Issued in 1977 to commemorate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee. Note:   These...
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1981 £5 – Marriage of Charles & Diana

1981 £5 – Marriage of Charles & Diana

This legal tender cupro-nickel crown commemorates the marriage of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales with the Lady Diana Spencer at St...
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