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  • Country of Issue - United Kingdom
  • Issuing Authority - The Royal Mint
  • Year of Issue - 1953
  • Denomination - Crown - Five Shillings
  • Quality -  Circulated
  • Alloy - Cupronickel 
  • Diameter - 38.6mm
  • Obverse - Queen Elizabeth II on horseback by sculptor Gilbert Ledward
  • Reverse - Four shields with the Royal Arms of the countries of the United Kingdom designed by Edgar Fuller and Cecil Thomas



The 1953 Coronation Crown

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  • Elizabeth II was proclaimed queen throughout the Commonwealth after her father, King George VI, died in the early hours of 6 February 1952. However, her coronation did not take place until 2 June the following year at Westminster Abbey in London. To honour her coronation, the Royal Mint released these celebratory Crowns designed by the herald painter Edgar Fuller.


    All of our original 1953 Coronation Crowns were made by the Royal Mint and come in a first-class protective capsule. Each one is elegantly presented in one of our own display boxes. 


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