Jersey 1966 Crown 1066 And All That Unc

Today it appears that mints want £8-£10 for a cupronickel crownsized coin. We know it is strange, but the older coins are much cheaper than the new ones. This 1966 crown was issued to commemorate the Norman Conquest. It carries the two dates, 1066 and 1966 as well as featuring an unusual portrait of the the Queen. Priced at much less than the newer issues, we know which are better value...
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SKU: FJE4605
£8.95
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