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1953 Elizabeth II Coronation Crown PF 63 Cameo

1953 Elizabeth II Coronation Crown PF 63 Cameo Holder

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1953 proof Crown celebrating the coronation of Her Majesty the Queen, graded PF 63 Cameo. Obverse: portrait of Elizabeth II, mounted on her horse, Winston, riding left by Edgar Fuller. She wears the uniform of the Colonel in Chief of the Grenadier Guards as used during the Trooping of the Colour. Crowned ‘EIIR’ monograms appear to either side of her horse. The denomination is displayed below as ‘FIVE SHILLINGS’ and separated from the legend by roses. The legend reads: ‘ELIZABETH · II · DEI · GRATIA · BRITT · OMN · REGINA · FIDEI · DEFENSOR’. Reverse: four shields of arms representing England (twice), Scotland and Ireland - the copyist arms of the United Kingdom. A crown appears in the centre and in the angles are national flower emblems: a rose, a shamrock, a leek and a thistle. The date appears at the bottom, divided by the leek as ’19 53’. These cupronickel coins were issued in a circulation and proof finish to celebrate the coronation of Her Majesty the Queen. She came to the throne in 1952 on the death of her father, George VI. Her coronation took place at Westminster Abbey the following year. Weight: 28.28 grams. Diameter: 38.61 millimetres. Finish: proof. Mintage: 40,000. Grade: PF 63 Cameo by the Numismatic Guaranty Company. Presented in its NGC holder, certificate number: 6320546-005. S 4136.
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Equestrian portrait of the Queen, riding left in Grenadier Guards uniform worn during Trooping the Colour ceremony. 'EIIR' monograms to either side. Legend around reads: 'ELIZABETH · II · DEI · GRATIA · BRITT · OMN · REGINA · FIDEI · DEFENSOR' with 'FIVE SHILLINGS' below. Artist: Edgar Fuller.


Cruciform shields of arms with crown in centre and national flower emblems in the angles, from top clockwise: rose, shamrock, leek and thistle. '19 53' arranged around the leek.




Proof coin. Struck in 28.28 grams of cupronickel. Diameter: 38.61 millimetres. Face value: Five Shillings. From a mintage of 40,000.


This example has been graded PF 63 Cameo by NGC. It comes sealed in its Numismatic Guaranty Company holder. Please note: you will receive a coin with the same grade but the certificate number may not match the one pictured.


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