1937 Crown Fine to Very Fine

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1937 Crown Fine to Very Fine

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  • The essential centrepiece of your predecimal collection
  • Australia's largest circulating coin!
  • Struck by the Melbourne Mint from almost 1oz of sterling silver
  • Issued to commemorate the coronation of the much-loved King George VI
  • Becoming scarce, with many melted down for their silver content
  • Surprisingly affordable in pleasing F-VF!

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The 1937 Crown is Australia's largest predecimal coin - and the essential centrepiece of any Australian predecimal collection. Issued to commemorate the coronation of George VI, this 38.50mm coin was a failure in the eyes of the public. However, it has proven a serious hit with collectors, prized for its generous diameter and historical significance.

Struck at the Melbourne Mint, the 1937 Crown was afforded a small mintage of just one million. Betrayed by its precious metal composition, this beautiful coin was frequently melted down for its intrinsic metal value. As a result, sourcing good-quality examples is becoming increasingly difficult.

Now available in Fine to Very Fine, do not miss your chance to secure this critical coin! Click 'add to cart' now!

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Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue1937
Weight (g)28.2700
Metal Purity (%)92.50
GradeFine to Very Fine
Diameter (mm)38.50
Issued ByMelbourne Mint
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