How much is a 1900 crown coin worth?

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The name Crown comes from the French gold coronne coins issued in the fourteenth century. The Crown first appeared as a British coin denomination in 1544 under Henry VIII. This was a gold coin with a value of five shillings known as the Crown of the Rose. This coin was the first British gold coin to be made from 22 carat gold, rather than the previous standard of 23 carat. After the death of the great wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill, the 1900 crown was worth 25 pence piece and then five pounds after decimalisation, but that is dealt with in the final part of this narrative on the decimal coinage.
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