Australia, Edward VIII ,'Crown' Short Obv Legend, Copper

In the Patina series, there were two types of Edward VIII pieces issued, one with a long legend on the obverse and one with a short legend. This is the short legend type. You have the Crown and legend Commonwealth of Australia and the date 1937 on one side and the bare head of the King on the obverse. The short legend variety has larger lettering to help fill the space. We can offer them here in copper (mintage of just 575 pieces). They are full crownsized and in Prooflike condition. Worth adding to your collection, as supplies are running short as is the legend.
Availability: In stock
SKU: IAU4812C
£12.50
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