In 1986 Prince Andrew married a wild red head known as Fergie. The marriage didn’t last, but at least they had two very beautiful daughters. The Crown on offer is from the Caribbean islands known as Turks and Caicos Islands. You have the conjoined busts of the wedding couple on one side and his Mother, her Mother-in-Law, the Queen on the other side. Forget having to call heads when flipping this coin, can you imagine having your mother-in-law so close at hand? Not the easiest coin to find, after all it is now 32 years old and they have gone their separate ways...
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