2008 1 oz Gold Britannia

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Brilliant Uncirculated! Issued by the Royal Mint in Great Britain, this 2008 Gold Britannia contains 1 oz of pure gold. The 1 oz Gold Britannia is legal tender in the United Kingdom and has a face value of 100 pounds (£100). The Gold Britannia is 91.67% fine gold (22-karat gold). Depicting Queen Elizabeth II on its obverse and the Britannia image on its reverse, the Gold Britannia is a lovely addition to any coin collection.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 61289
Year: 2008
Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated
Denomination: £100
Diameter: 32.69 mm
Thickness: 2.7 mm


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2008 1 oz Gold Britannia

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2008 aesthetically outshines 2013

By Steve

from Orange County, CA


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      Comments about 2008 1 oz Gold Britannia:

      I bought a 2013 1 oz. Britannia but returned it because I was disappointed with the shallow relief. It looked cheap. I then purchased the 2008 1 oz. Britannia and I was totally pleased with its decent relief. Because of this relief difference, the 2008 outshines the 2013 by so high that I would never again even think of buying a 2013 1 oz. 999 Britannia. The low relief makes it look like a weak strike or an overly circulated specimen. True, the 2008 is .9167 gold instead of 999 as with the 2013 version but so what? They both are 1 ounce AGW. Get the 2008 if you appreciate the aesthetic value in gold coins. If you don't care, it doesn't matter. In that event, get either.

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