The Edward VII Coronation Crown: issued for just one-year-only
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The Edward VII Coronation Crown: issued for just one-year-only

The Edward VII 1902 Silver Crown was issued for one-year-only to celebrate Edward’s coronation and was the last British crown struck for circulation, it really is a must-have for any serious collector of British coins.

These coins are incredibly hard to source. Compared to the millions of crowns that were issued during the reign of Queen Victoria, just 256,020 Edward VII crowns were ever struck.  And many of these would have since been melted down or lost.

The 1902 Edward VII Crown is a key coin from this crucial period in British history. It reflects the might and confidence of one of the most powerful nations on earth, with the Empire at its zenith.

Struck in 925/1000 Silver, your coin comes housed in a deluxe presentation case with a Certificate of Authenticity.

We have just 23 available and they won’t last long. Click ‘add to basket’ now if you want to be one of the small number of UK collectors to add this remarkable coin to your collection. 

Order Ref 185/P183/0
Price £295.00 (+ £4.99 p&p)


  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Year of Issue: 1902
  • Metal: 925/1000 Silver
  • Diameter: 38.74mm
  • Weight: 28.28g
  • Obverse: King Edward VII
  • Reverse: St George and Dragon
  • Mintage: 256,020

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.