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ND(1977) Elizabeth II Jersey 25 Pence (Silver Jubilee)

Obverse
Reverse

Item Notes

General

Type: Elizabeth II Jersey 25 Pence (Silver Jubilee)
Origin: Jersey Cat. Num.: KM# 44
Era / Ruler: British Dependency, Decimal Coinage Face Value: 25 Pence
Issued from: 1977 Issued until: 1977
Alignment:
Medal 
Desgr. / Engr.: Arnold Machin, Bernard Sindall
Subject: Silver Jubilee
Obverse: Elizabeth II young bust right
Reverse: Mont Orguell and sailboats
Edge: Reeded

Issue

Year:
ND(1977)
Mint:
Mintage: 262,000
Scarcity:
(URS20)
Valuation:
Notes:
Grades & Prices Available 
(UNC) Sold
(UNC)
$3.99

Specifications

Composition: Copper-Nickel
Fineness: N/A
Weight(g): 28.2800g
Weight(Oz): 0.91 Oz
Net Content: N/A
Bullion Value: N/A
Diameter: 38.61mm
Thickness: 3.00mm

Description

The obverse of the United Kindom crown is an equestrian portrait of The Queen by Arnold Machin. The Queen is shown in her uniform as Colonel-in-Chief of the Grenadier Guards, one of the uniforms worn by Her Majesty at the ceremony of Trooping the Colour. For the numismatist the design will recall the Coronation crown of 1953 and crowns of Edward VI, James I and Charles I with their handsome and often lively portraits of the Monarch on horseback.

The reverse which is also by Arnold Machin shows, within a floral garland, the ampulla and annointing spoon that were used in the coronation ceremony. Renovated for the coronation of Charles II, these are believed to date respectively from the 14th and 12th centuries and are probably the oldest items in the Regalia to have remained in continual use.

The other crowns in the series bear the standard portrait effigy of The Queen by Arnold Machin with inscriptions designed by William Gardner. The reverse designs, all of which incorporate the name of the issuing country and the denominational value, are as follows:-

JERSEY -twenty five pence-
The Royal and Ancient castle of Mont Orgueil which stands above Gorey Harbour and was for centuries the residence of the Lords, Keepers and Governors of Jersey. Its name meaning Mount Pride, was given to it by Thomas, Duke of Clarence, brother of Henry V, who was impressed by its unique position and great strength.

The design is by Bernard Sindall.

Value Range 

Year Mintage G F VF EF AU UNC BU PROOF
ND(1977) 262,000 $0.80 $1.50 $2.25 $4.00

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