Edward VIII, Scotland bust left Plain, 1937

From INA the last Scottish Collection of the Edward VIII Patina. Retro dated 1937 they have the bare head of King Edward VIII on the reverse and the Lion standing of Scotland on the reverse. The Lion has a thistle and the Scottish flag on either side. They are Shilling sized and in Proof condition with a plain edge. Each collection contains 5 single thickness and 3 piedforts. The single thickness pieces are Silver, aluminium, cupro-nickel, platinum coloured and gold plated. The piedforts are copper, gold plated and goldine. The mintage is just 100 pieces in each metal and you can own the entire mintage today.
Availability: In stock
SKU: ED1103
£79.50
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