Buy Milled Winston Churchill Coins
Buy collectable coins and medals featuring the great British statesman, Sir Winston Churchill. Get great deals on 1965 Churchill Crowns and recent releases from The Royal Mint including the 2015 collection, issued to mark 50 years since his passing.
Frequently Asked Questions
1965 Churchill coins aren't really made of silver but they are technically UK legal tender with a value of 25p. These Crowns may be worth a little more to collectors who pay £1-3 for these commemorative coins.
1965 Churchill Crown coins will not be accepted by the majority of shops and banks. Reportedly, these can be used to pay for goods and services in Post Offices but our local branch will not accept them.
Sir Winston Churchill became the first non-royal to appear on United Kingdom coins in 1965. Oliver Cromwell had previously appeared on a limited number of English coins, struck three centuries earlier.
Like all UK Crown coins issued after 1818, including 1965 Churchill Crowns are technically legal tender with a face value of 25. In practice these coins cannot be spent in shops but may be used at some Post Offices.
The Royal Mint did not issue an official medal following Sir Winston Churchill's death in 1965. However, a number of private mints and goldsmiths produced commemorative pieces for sale to collectors.
For all UK orders, there is no shipping charge - the price you see is the price you pay. For simplicity, we have a flat rate charge for all international orders.
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