1953 Elizabeth II Coronation Crown PF 64 Cameo
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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.
'FAITH AND TRUTH I WILL BEAR UNTO YOU'.
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 64 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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