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How Much Is a Churchill Crown Coin Worth?

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Following the death of Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, in 1965, a commemorative crown was issued in his honour and memory. Distribution of the coins began on 11 October 1965 and production continued until the summer of 1966 to satisfy demand. The Churchill crown does not carry a statement of its face value but continues to be legal tender which made its price to be five shillings or twenty-five pence.
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The Churchill crown coin actually does not hold its face value. However, its legal tender is worth twenty-five pence or five shillings.
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