British Royal Mint (5 Pound Coins)
British Royal Mint Gold 5 Pound Coins Since 650, coins have been minted in Great Britain, at that time in several mints across the country. Around 1540, the remaining mints closed and the Royal Mint was the only mint normally in operation. In 1663, striking coins by hand was finally abandoned with the introduction of screw presses and horse-drawn rolling mills!
It is clear that the Royal Mint has a long history of producing circulating coinage for Great Britain, and here you can find many examples of these coins! Among the products below, you will find a variety of conditions and designs, featuring several different monarchs!
To view available Gold 5 Pound coins or to get Gold prices, click on the image representing the Gold coins of your interest:
This special £5 coin contains the usual 1.1775 Troy ounces of Gold. This 2010 issue commemorates the 2012 summer Olympics held in London. The special reverse features an Olympic athelete with the official logo of the Lo.... Read More
Each of these 5 Pound coins contains 1.1775 oz actual Gold weight. This 2008 commemorative issue pays tribute to Queen Eliizabeth I. This coin was issued to mark the 450th anniversary of.... Read More
This mint state 5 Pound coin contains 1.1775 oz of Gold and had a low mintage of just 906! This coin is also currently the highest graded coin in the PCGS population report with a.... Read More
This one-year-type Gold coin was produced by the British Royal Mint to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the issuance of the first sovereign in 1489. This famous Gold coin was first aut.... Read More
These beautiful coins depict Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse, and a rendition of St. George slaying a dragon on the reverse. This classic design, by Pistrucci, has been used on coinage for more than 1.... Read More
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