What is the value of a 1965 Churchill crown?

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The 1965 Churchill crown was issued to mark the death of Winston Churchill in 1965. The silver crown has a portrait of Churchill on its front side and makes him the second non-royal to appear on a British coin. This crown has a very high demand such that a mint non-circulated version can still command å£1,000 from collectors. Though you can check with the firms buying these coins.
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Nothing. They are made from a copper-nickel alloy.
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The earliest British crown coins were made during the reign of Henry VIII around the year 1526. A British crown coin was worth 5 shillings and they were worth a quarter of a pound
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$9,000 to $20,000 at auction, IF it's a true silver error. ANACS has validated the existence of a few 1965 and 1966 dimes struck on leftover silver blanks, similar to the way a few
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There are a few coins from 1965 that are worth something. It is as follows: 1965 1 cent (afrikaans version i.e. says 'Suid - Afrika' - R 2500 (330) 1965 R 1 (afrikaans as above) -
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