1937 Proof Five Pound - PCGS PR65

PCGS PR65

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Great Britain, 1937 Proof Five Pound -

In 1937, the Royal Mint issued 5,001 gold coin sets to commemorate the coronation of King George VI. Each gold set contained a proof £5, £2, sovereign, and half sovereign, all displayed in a plush leatherette presentation case. The £5 is the largest of the four coins, and the most impressive. The example here is in superior condition, with glossy, cameo fields, and great eye appeal. It is graded PR65 by PCGS—which is the second-highest grade in which this rarity is available—and is bettered only by four coins, all graded PCGS PR66. There are none in PR66+ or finer. Overall, very scarce and desirable this nice.

Grades PCGS PR65.

Product ID: 19376345500

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