|Mint Mark:||PM - Pobjoy Mint|
|Metal Content:||1 troy oz|
Only 250 struck!
Here is another new and different coin issued by the Isle of Man! In 2009, the small dependency of Great Britain issued a series of coins to celebrate the return of a King Tut exhibit to London for the first time since 1972.
This example is a 1 oz Gold Crown struck by the Pobjoy Mint in the shape of a triangle. The obverse features a right facing image of Queen Elizabeth II. The small capsule of sand above the Egyptian figures on the reverse is missing, and the Queen's image has suffered some light scuffing. That said, here's your chance to acquire an uncommon and interesting coin for a lot less than the price of a pristine example!