2012 1 oz Gold Britannia - 25th Anniversary

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The Royal Mint is delighted to confirm that the 2012 Britannia Gold Bullion coin will feature Philip Nathan’s original, breathtaking portrait of Britannia on the reverse. This famed design has been chosen for 2012 to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Philip Nathan’s design is beautifully complemented by the current portrait of the Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. In keeping with tradition, Gold Bullion Britannia coins are struck in 22-karat Gold.

Coins come in the original plastic from The Royal Mint. Orders of 5 coins or more come in the original five-coin sheets, while orders of 25 or more coins come sealed from the Royal Mint in 25-pack coins.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 66462
Year: 2012
Grade: Brilliant Uncirculted
Denomination: £100
Diameter: 32.69 mm
Thickness: 2.7 mm


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The Gold Britannia is a ...

By Henry

from NY

Comments about 2012 1 oz Gold Britannia - 25th Anniversary:

The Gold Britannia is a much more beautiful coin than the American Gold Eagle: The 2012 version shows the standing Britannia striking a much cooler pose than her cousin, the Walking Liberty, and the proof-like SHINE on the coin is off the chart. The reverse of this coin is so stunning, you don't even mind you-know-who on the obverse!

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