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Why should you purchase this celebratory 2018 Great Britain Sapphire Coronation Piedfort Silver Proof Coin for your collection?
Struck at the Royal British Mint in 2018, this piedfort silver proof coin is released in celebration of the first sapphire coronation anniversary ever celebrated by a British monarch. Queen Elizabeth II is the first to have reached this historic milestone as she was crowned in Westminster Abbey 65 years ago on the 2nd of June 1953. In commemoration of this historic anniversary, the British Mint has released this coin celebrating the event with a seated portrait of young Queen Elizabeth.
Featuring two depictions of Queen Elizabeth II
Created by Jody Clark in 2015, this obverse bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
To celebrate the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II coronation, Dominique Evans has created a sitting portrait of a young Queen Elizabeth holding the sovereign orb and specter.
In GEM Proof condition and presented in a box with a Certification of Authenticity
This piedfort silver coin is in the original Mint condition being certified as GEM Proof. The coin is presented with a Certificate of Authenticity and is held in a display box.
Celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 65th coronation anniversary with this 2018 Sapphire Coronation Piedfort Silver Proof Coin!
This 2018 Great Britain Sapphire Coronation Piedfort Silver Proof £5 Coin GEM Proof Box with COA 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|
|Packaging:||Box with COA|
|Weight in Grams:||56.2968 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1.81 oz|
|Legal Tender:||Great Britain|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Portrait|
|Reverse Design:||Coat of Arms|
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.