How much is a 1965 Winston Churchill coin worth?


As of April 2014, the value of a 1965 Winston Churchill commemorative coin varies from about $6 to $13 on average. The condition of the coin affects the price.

The Winston Churchill Commemorative coin is a crown, which is five shillings. The coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on one side and a portrait of Churchill on the other. The coin is legal tender, although there is no statement to this effect on the coin itself. The coin shows Churchill facing to the right and wearing a siren suit, a one-piece garment that is associated with the second World War.

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it is around a dollar, over 9 million were minted so they are not that rare.
An uncirculated & in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £2 GBP. A Satin
Maybe £5 tops. This website below is selling lots of them in the complete package and in good condition. If yours is damaged or something then it'll be worth less. Source(s)
Assuming your Churchill piece is about the size of a U.S. Silver Dollar with Queen Elizabeth on the back, it is a Great Britain Crown struck in cupro-nickel to commemorate the passing
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