Looks like a veil tail to me too, having studied genetics a little I think you will have a partially crowned veil tail or VTCT. Reason being, Veil tail is dominant, half moon is recessive and Crown tail is intermediary. How it works: (look up punnet square if you are new to genetics) Assuming your female is a solid veil tale (VTVT) and your crown tail was acquired as a full crowntail (CTCT) the resultant offspring will ALL be CTVT, so a veil structure with rays partially extending. If your veil tail is hiding some halfmoon genes (unlikely if store bought) then you would have 50% HMCT and 50% CTVT. CTVT are known as combtails sometimes.
Ill be honest, many people recommend against mixing tail types, but hey if you never try you'll never know! :)
If you are hoping to get crowntails but can't find another female, theoretically since 100% of the first generation should be VTCT, any two can then breed to give 25% VT's 50% VTCT and 25% crowntails, but that would set you back a year :)
p.s. if the offspring are pretty cool, it will be difficult to form a good line, because in theory only 50% of any generation from that point will be CTVT. have fun!