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George V 1911 12-coin proof Set PR63-PR66

George V (1910-36), Proof four gold and eight silver coin Set, 1911, Coronation year, gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, silver Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set, all housed in original Royal Mint case with gold block crest and lettering (S.PS11). All with some very light hairlines, the silver with mottled toning, otherwise practically as struck, all have been slabbed and graded by PCGS as £5=PR63, £2=PR64, Sovereign=PR64, Half-Sovereign=PR63, silver Halfcrown=PR64, Florin=PR64, Shilling=PR65, Sixpence=PR66, 4D=PR64, 3D=PR64, 2D=PR64, 1D=PR63.

NGC certification:
£5=207347.63/15276019;
£2=207295.64/15276018;
£1=207175.64/15276017;
£1/2=206804.63/15276016;
Halfcrown=206209.64/15276015;
Florin=205853.64/15276014;
Shilling=205467.65/15276013;
Sixpence=205052.66/15276012;
Maundy 4D=204381.64/15276011;
Maundy 3D=204106.64/15276010;
Maundy 2D=203841.64/15276009;
Maundy 1D=203571.63/15276008.

These "long gold" proof sets were produced to celebrate the Coronation of King George V on 22nd June 1911, with a mintage of only 2,812 sets.

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