The DateStamp Coronation Crown
Own an original 1953 Coronation Crown with a very special difference...
On 9th September 2015 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II officially became our longest reigning monarch.
To celebrate the occasion, you now have the opportunity to secure the original 1953 Crown, a special commemorative issue from her Coronation year.
The obverse portrait of the crown was designed by sculptor Gilbert Ledward and shows Her Majesty mounted on a horse and dressed in her uniform as Colonel-in-Chief of the Grenadier Guards.
The image of a monarch on horseback had not been seen since the James I Crown in 1603, which makes this coin and its design highly prized and instantly recognisable amongst collectors.
In fact, it is undoubtedly one of the most popular British coins of the last century.
Postmarked 9th September 2015
Your coin has been safely encapsulated within a tamper proof capsule alongside the Royal Mail’s brand new Longest Reigning Monarch Stamp, and officially postmarked with the all-important 9th September date when Queen Elizabeth II officially became our longest reigning monarch.
Strictly Limited to 10,000 Collectors Worldwide
These unique, one-day-only commemoratives are available to just 10,000 collectors around the world and, due to their postmarking date, the edition limit is set in stone.
Your 1953 Crown will arrive ready to display in a custom leatherette Presentation Case with a Certificate of Authenticity.
This is the perfect way to pay tribute to our Queen and commemorate her historic reign in this landmark year.
- Country of Issue: United Kingdom
- Year of Issue: 1953
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Weight: 28.28g
- Metal: Cupronickel
- Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II on horseback
- Reverse: Cruciform Shields
- Postmarking Date: 9th September 2015
- Maximum Authorised Release Quantity: 10,000
- DateStamp™ is a trademark of 288 Group Ltd
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