1937 Crown about Uncirculated

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1937 Crown about Uncirculated

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  • Australia's largest circulating coin - in premium grade!
  • The essential centrepiece of your predecimal collection
  • Struck by the Melbourne Mint from almost 1oz of sterling silver
  • Released to commemorate the coronation of King George VI
  • Many melted down for their silver content - becoming scarce today!
  • Breathtaking in about Uncirculated condition!

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The 1937 Crown is Australia's largest circulating coin. Issued to commemorate the coronation of George VI, this 38.50mm show-stopper certainly captured the majesty of the occasion! However, it was a failure in the eyes of the public, as it was too bulky to be practical as a circulating coin.

Prized by collectors today, the 1937 Crown is both beautiful to look at, and steeped in history. In stunning about Uncirculated condition, as here, it would form the ultimate centerpiece to any Predecimal collection.

Struck at the Melbourne Mint from sterling silver, the 1937 Crown was issued with a mintage of just one million. Betrayed by its precious metal composition, this attractive coin was frequently melted down for its intrinsic metal value. As a result, sourcing high-grade examples is becoming increasingly difficult.

Now available in breathtaking about Uncirculated, do not miss your chance to secure this critical coin in premium grade! Click 'add to cart' now.

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Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue1937
Weight (g)28.2700
Metal Purity (%)92.50
GradeAbout Uncirculated
Diameter (mm)38.50
Issued ByMelbourne Mint
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