Edward VIII, GB no Legend Copper

This Edward VIII Patina issue is almost a trial coin, because there is no legend. Later on a similar piece was issued complete with the legend. The mintage on these Patina pieces is just 975 pieces and no more will ever be struck, as the dies have been cancelled. They have the bare head of Edward on one side and the arms similar to those on the 1937 George VI Crown on the other side. We have them available in copper and goldine. Here we present the Legend Copper. Remember that the mintage in each metal is just 975 pieces.
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SKU: IEH0032
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