I had heard of these crowns, but had never seen them. This crown features the 1907 Matchless being driven by legendary biker Charlie Collier. Matchless was one of the true pioneer motorcycle manufacturers. The Collier brothers built their first machine in London in 1899, and the company really came to prominence in 1907 with victory in the single-cylinder class of the first Isle of Man TT which they backed up with a second victory in 1908. Over the next seventy years, Matchless produced many distinguished bikes, from singles to magnificent four-cylinder machines. It has a legal tender value of one crown in the Isle of Man. These coins are the size of an Eisenhower Dollar, and would make a great gift for any motorcycle enthusiast, even if that happens to be you.