As of 2015, the 1965 Elizabeth II British Crown featuring Winston Churchill on the reverse typically carries a value of $1.25 to $1.50 in average, circulated condition. Uncirculated copies may demand as much as $3.25 from collectors, according to experts at SilverAgeCoins.com.
Since 9,640,000 copies of the coin were issued by The Royal Mint, they are readily available and are not in high demand from coin enthusiasts. The copper-nickel coin features a reeded edge, a diameter of 39.00 millimeters and a weight of .91 ounces. The piece remains the first and only pre-decimal British coin to depict the image of a nonmonarch.