* 92.5% Pure Silver
* One Crown - Five Shillings
* Graded Fine to Extra Fine (Problem Free)
* Much scarcer than other counterparts such as US Silver Dollars
* GST included in price
Originally issued in 1937 to mark the coronation of King George VI, the One Crown or Five Shillings coin was issued again in 1938. Each coin is struck from 28.27grams of 92.5% pure silver and features King George VI on the obverse with a crown design on the reverse.