|Denomination:||1 Pence - 5 Pounds|
|Mint Mark:||Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||3.06 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||British Royal Mint|
One of the most important sets the Royal Mint produces, this year the highlight is the £5 Coronation Crown celebrating the Queen’s coronation sixty years ago in June 1953. It also contains the Guinea £2, two London Underground £2 coins, two floral emblem £1 coins, the Christopher Ironside 50p and all eight definitive coins from 1p to £2. With only 2,013 sets worldwide and high demand, early ordering is advised to ensure you secure your set. Your set of fifteen coins comes in a smart black presentation case, with a Certificate of Authenticity and an illustrated colour booklet with information about the Queen’s reign, her coinage, and the history of the Royal Mint. Proof coins are the pinnacle of the minter’s art. Our skilled craftsmen strike each coin individually three times, using dies that have been hand-polished with diamond paste to give the coins their distinctive high brilliance and flawless definition. Each .925 sterling silver coin is meticulously inspected by hand, and only flawless specimens are approved for release. These miniature masterpieces are housed in a superior presentation case with a separate display stand. Each set comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and an illustrated colour booklet with information about the history of The Royal Mint and the Queen’s coinage since her coronation in June 1953.