Edward VIII GB Long Neck Crown

International Numismatic Agency did an Edward VIII for this country, which was a little different than the normal ones. They redid the bust of King Edward VIII with a rather long neck. They didn’t make many of them, so they are now in rather heavy demand from collectors. We bought 83 of them from a dealer who has retired, he bought 100 and forgot about them, only selling 17 of them. They are for Great Britain and are full crownsized struck in Uncirculated cupro-nickel. If you collect Edward VIII, chances are you do not have this one in your collection. Last chance!
Availability: In stock
SKU: PAT0623
£14.95
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