Gold Coins


 The 2015 Queen Elizabeth II Proof Sovereign Gold Coin Full Set comes in two versions, the difference being the portrait of the Queen. It is divided into a fourth portrait version and a fifth portrait version.

  • The only set to contain the one ounce, twentieth-ounce and fortieth-ounce 2018 Britannia gold Proof coins, which are not available individually
  • Finished to Proof standard and struck in 999.9 fine gold

 

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A minting first – this special Tower of London mint mark features on an official UK coin for the first time
The first time the Tower of London has been celebrated on UK coinage
Endorsed by experts at Historic Royal Palaces

 A minting first – this special Tower of London mint mark features on an official UK coin for the first time
 With the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, Charles II demanded a glittering coronation worthy of the institution. The Crown Jewels, melted down by the parliamentarians, were recast anew for the ceremony.

 A minting first – this special Tower of London mint mark features on an official UK coin for the first time

 As one of Britain’s most historic buildings and an internationally renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tower of London attracts millions of visitors each year. Woven into its history are the Yeoman Warders. The latest coin in our Tower of London series celebrates the history and traditions of the Yeoman Warders, or ‘Beefeaters’, the royal protectors of the fortress since Tudor times.

Only 20 pieces are issued .

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The coin celebrates British diversity and marks a change in UK coinage
A significant moment marked with a special Piedfort coin
Features a reverse design by Dominique Evans, a graphic designer at The Royal Mint

  • A fitting gold coin to celebrate British music icon Elton John
  • An innovative coin surface design creates a pulsating pattern in the lenses of the glasses
  • The design also features high relief on the hat, bow tie and notation glasses
  • The reverse coin design has been approved by Elton John
  • Just 50 coins available

 

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