Bermuda, The First Bermuda Crown

In 1959 the island of Bermuda issued it’s first crown. On one side you have H. M. Queen Elizabeth II with crown on the other side you have a map of Bermuda with two sailing ships. This is a large silver coin in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which is now getting more and more difficult to get. It has been some time since we were last able to offer these First Crowns. Get them while you can.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FBE4605
£39.50
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