British Five Shillings coin Festival of Britain Crown (1951)
British Five Shillings coin Festival of Britain Crown (1951)

British Five Shillings coin Festival of Britain Crown (1951)

The Royal Mint issued British Pound coins in 14 different denominations, including this British Five Shillings coin Festival of Britain Crown (1951). They are part of the predecimal and withdrawn Pound Sterling coins series. The Royal Mint started issuing these 0.25 British Pound coins in 1951. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1951.

This commemorative crown coin with a value of five shillings was minted to celebrate the Festival of Britain in 1951. On the obverse side is the portrait of King George VI. The back side shows the Roman soldier Saint George, mounted on a horse, slaying the dragon.

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