The George V Crown was produced in 1927 as part as a proof set.
This crown is often referred to as the "Wreath" crown due to its
reverse design. The design was popular so it was issued for every
following year as business strike in small quantities to be kept as
keepsakes or given as presents. In 1935 a one year only Art
Deco style crown was issued to celebrate the King's Silver Jubilee.

The obverse of the crown is by Bertram Mackennal.

The reverse is by George Kruger Gray. The 1935 reverse was by
Percy Metcalfe.


    1927-1936  .500 Silver,  28.4 grams, 38mm Diameter.
GEORGE V CROWN
1927-1936
George V Crown
1927-1934 & 1936
Courtesy of CNG
www.cngcoins.com
George V Crown
1935
Courtesy of Rob Pearce
www.rpcoins.co.uk
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