Dean R. writes: I’m looking for answers on coin with the words, SVVERIGES KONUNG GUSTAF VI ADOLF – written on head side – tails – CROWN OVER CODE OF ARMS 1964 coin, PLIKTEN FRAMFOR ALLT, where is this coin from, what country, how much is it worth?
You have a 1964 Sweden 2 Kroner. The obverse shows the head of King Gustav VI (1950-1973). The legend around is: GUSTAF VI ADOLF SVERIGES KONUNG (Adolph Gustaf VI King of Sweden). The reverse shows a crown over Gustaf’s coat of arms.
This issue was struck in .400 fine silver and contains .18 troy ounce of pure silver (about $3.60 at $20/oz silver). It brings a $5 premium over the silver value if the coin is uncirculated.