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Why should you make this 2018 Great Britain Beatrix Potter - Flopsy Bunny Silver Coin a piece in your collection?
This year the Royal British Mint releases a new 2018 collection that celebrates author Beatrix Potter and the iconic children's characters she created throughout her career. This unique seven-sided coin features one of the Flopsy bunnies, a later tale of Beatrix Potter which follows along with the Flopsy siblings as they find themselves in Mr. McGregor's garden trapped in a sack. The coin is struck from 8 grams of .925 silver and has a set mintage of 45,000 coins released worldwide.
Featuring a Flopsy Bunny!
A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II appears on the obverse of this silver coin, with the designer, Jody Clark's initials set at the base of the design.
Featured on the reverse is a colorized image of a Flopsy Bunny wearing a red cape.
In original GEM Proof condition!
This silver coin is ungraded but has been certified as GEM Proof, this certification describes a well-struck and visually appealing coin, that if graded would be between the grades of Proof 65 to Proof 70.
Don't wait! - Make this 2018 Great Britain Beatrix Potter - Flopsy Bunny Silver Coin a part of your collection now!
This 2018 Great Britain Beatrix Potter - Flopsy Bunny 8 g Silver Colorized Proof 50p Coin GEM Proof is proudly minted by the Royal Mint. The Royal Mint boasts over 1000 years of experience. Today it strikes coins and medals for over 50 countries each year.
|Year of Issue:||2018|
|Display Weight:||8 g|
|Weight in Grams:||8 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.2572 oz|
|Legal Tender:||Great Britain|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Portrait|
|Reverse Design:||Flopsy Bunny in Red Cloak|
|Reverse Designer/Engraver:||Jody Clark|
|Obverse Designer/Engraver:||Emma Noble|
Few people have had as much of an influence on coinage and numismatics as Queen Elizabeth II. Her face has been present on the obverse of commonwealth coins all over the world for over 60 years. Explore the history and influence of her Majesty in numismatics.