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Why Order This GEM BU 2018 Great Britain 8 g Paddington Bear At Paddington Station Cupronickel Coin?
The 1958 book, "A Bear Called Paddington," introduced Paddington Bear to the world. 2018 is the 60th anniversary of this event, and the British Royal Mint is striking a variety of coins for the occasion. This 8 g cupronickel coin displays the Paddington Bear at Paddington Station design. The Paddington Station design is the first of those that will feature Paddington Bear.
Paddington Bear at the Station
The obverse shows the work of Jody Clark. This highly detailed portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was created just a few years ago. The face value is on this side along with the date of issue.
A train can be seen pulling in to Paddington Station on the reverse. Paddington Bear is depicted sitting on a bench with a note on his coat. There are plenty of fine details to observe on Paddington and in the background.
GEM BU Condition
Just like when this cupronickel coin left the British Royal Mint, it's in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated condition. It has not been graded or encapsulated by a third-party service.
Make this GEM BU 2018 Great Britain 8 g Paddington Bear At Paddington Station Cupronickel coin a part of your collection today.
This 2018 Great Britain Paddington Bear - At Paddington Station 8 g Cupronickel 50p Coin GEM BU 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:||Paddington at Paddington Station|
|Reverse Designer/Engraver:||Jody Clark|
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.