They all have a satin finish.
A "specimen" coin is one which has a "special" finish, but not as high a quality finish as a "proof" coin. The 1965 Churchill "specimen" crown has a satin finish and was sold in limited quantities.
what colour is a Winston Churhill crown
The American actor, JOHN LITHGOW played Winston Churchill in The Crown.
Winston Churchill featured on the reverse of the 1965 British Crown, commemorating his death.
Winston Churchill appears on the reverse of the 1965 British Crown (Five Shillings) in commemoration of his death.
Sir Winston Churchill, Britain's great war time Prime Minister, died on the 24th of January, 1965. A commemorative Crown (Five Shillings) was struck to honour his passing. A number of other countries also produced coins commemorating the death of Sir Winston Churchill. The British general circulation commemorative Crown had 19.64 million coins struck which have no great collector value. There was also another almost identical "Satin Finish" VIP Specimen coin struck. The exact mintage is not known, but there is quite a bit of value associated with them as a collectible coin.
A small amount of Crown Vics had the Windsor engine,They were used Primarily for police and other civil services.
The coin to which you refer is a Crown (Five Shillings).There was no commemorative Halfcrown minted.
£1.25 if in absolute perfect condition and still reasonably shiny
This is not actually Canadian, it's a British crown. These sell for about a dollar.
You can only get it in hard mode but it should be added to your inventory when you finish regular mode.