Great Britain 1931 crown
"Grossbritannien, George V. 1910-1936. Crown 1931, London. Vorzüglich. Hübsche Patina. (kingdom of Great Britain, George V, 1910-36, crown of 1931, London mint. Extremely fine, Attractive patina.)"This type was struck 1927-36 in very limited numbers and is expensive today; the commemorative crown of 1935 was minted in larger numbers than the entire type added together. This type was the last issued for circulation; all British crowns issued since have been commemoratives.
Recorded mintage: 4,056 plus proofs.
Specification: 28.27 g, .500 fine silver, .454 troy oz ASW, 38.5 mm diameter, designed by Bertram MacKennal and Percy Metcalfe. This specimen is 28.14 g.
Catalog reference: S.4036; ESC-370; Dav-110; KM-836.
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