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Great Britain

1951

Crown

copper/nickel (shiny silver in tone)

about the size of a US silver dollar


This piece is by far the most elaborate piece of coin jewelry in my inventory at this time. I have cut only a few of these over the years because the process of completing this project makes me want to jump off of a very high bridge.

This coin was minted in Britain in 1951 for the occasion of the 'Festival of Britain'. It commemorates the production of the first British crown minted in 1551.

It features Saint George, patron saint of england, slaying the dragon in incredible, immaculate detail. This is one of the most beautiful coins ever minted.

All along the edge of the coin is Latin writings that read "CIVIUM INDUSTRIA FLORET CIVITAS". This translates to "By the industry of the people, the state flourishes".

It will come with the original box and paper work that it was issued with at the time of it's release.

If you have any questions about this piece, please let me have it.

Thanks for looking...

Meet the owner of LazyCatCutCoins

Rob Johnson

1951 Great Britain - cut coin masterpiece - w/ St. George Slaying the Dragon - MUST SEE


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