In 1974 the Isle of Man issued a One Crown, crownsized coin for the Centenary of Churchill 1874-1974. It has H. M. the Queen on the obverse. It is a much better designed and struck than our own Royal Mint Churchill crown. But there was a whole heck of lot less Isle of Man Churchill crowns struck than Royal Mint crowns.
They were struck in cupro-nickel by our own Pobjoy Mint and are denominated as ‘One Crown’. It is a coin that we have not had for quite a long time and even now we have only 75 coins in stock. Get while you can, especially if you are a Churchill collector.
This double set of Jersey coins was issued by the Royal Mint in 1966. It contains two each
of the 1/12th of a Shilling and 1/4th of a Shilling issued for the 900th Anniversary of the
Norman Conquest 1066-1966. All four coins have H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse
and are in Proof condition in a Royal Mint hard presentation case. Not a set you see that often
these days. Only 25 sets in stock.