Great Britain 1966 Half Crown Queen Elizabeth II
I bought it in a display box and never used it.
Patina with a golden sheen has developed since 1966
It will come in a protective plastic pouch, original box lost long ago.
The pictures are for you to judge the quality of the coin you will receive.
Even if you do not collect coins, you may want it to make into a decoration, e.g. make it into a key-chain.
The half crown was a British coin worth two shillings and sixpence, being one-eighth of a pound. King Edward VI issued the first half crown coins in 1549. The half crown was discontinued in 1967. On 1 January 1970, it was the first of the pre-ddecimal British coins to be demonetised. The next year, 1971, the United Kingdom adopted decimal currency on Decimal Day.
In the 1800s, the silver half crown coin was about equal in value to an American fifty-cent piece, and was sometimes nicknamed the "half dollar" in North America.
Weight: 14.14 grams
Diameter: 32.0 mm
Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II, First Definitive UK Coin Portrait
Reverse: Crowned quartered shield
Edge Description: Reeded
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