King George V 1935 Silver Crown

£79.00

  • Struck to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of King George V
  • Only ever minted for one year
  • Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

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Description

The 1935 crown was struck to celebrate the Silver Jubilee (25th anniversary) of the reign of King George V. It features a rendition of St George slaying the Dragon in an Art Deco style, popular in the 1930’s when it was issued. When released it caused controversy as this design style differed from the more romantic version of the design which had appeared on Gold.

Sovereigns and Crown coins of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. For this very reason the 1935 Silver Jubilee Silver Crown – which was only ever minted for one year – is now regarded as a symbol of the influence of Art Deco on the design styles of the 1930’s.

Additional information

Diameter

38.6mm

Weight

28.28g

Metal type

Silver 0.500 purity

Accompanied By

Comes in a Sterling Mint case with a certificate of authenticity

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King George V 1935 Silver Crown
King George V 1935 Silver Crown