Great Britain, Elizabeth II, Crown 1953, Coronation, UNC

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Commemorative issue: Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953

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Obverse: A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II mounted on her horse Winston, dressed in her uniform as Colonel-in-Chief of the Grenadier Guards and as worn by The Queen during the ceremony of Trooping the Colour.

Lettering:
ELIZABETH·II·DEI·GRATIA·BRITT OMN·REGINA·FIDEI·DEFENSOR
EIIR EIIR
GL
FIVE SHILLINGS

Translation: Elizabeth the Second by the Grace of God Queen of all the Britains Defender of the Faith

Engraver: Gilbert Ledward

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Reverse: The four quarterings of the Royal Arms each contained in a shield and arranged in saltire with, in the intervening spaces, a rose, a thistle, a sprig of shamrock and a leek; in the centre the Crown and in the base the date.

Lettering:
19 53
EF CT

Engravers: Edgar Fuller, Cecil Thomas

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Edge: FAITH AND TRUTH I WILL BEAR UNTO YOU +

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Country
Ruler Elizabeth II (1952-2022)
Face Value Crown
Year of issue 1953
Metal Copper-Nickel
Fineness -
Catalogue # KM# 894; SPINK 4136; ESC 4330; Davies 2281
Weight, g. 28,36
Diameter, mm. 38,69
Our code F576
Additional info Obv.: type 2 - I of GRATIA to thin shorter bead