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22 Mar 2023

2022 UK 2£ Silver Coin

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Royal Arms, First Releases

UK 2£ Silver Coin, NGC Certified "BU"

A magnificent coin released earlier in 2022 before the Queen's demise is now a jewel for posterity. Its obverse was designed by Timothy Noad and the reverse by Jody Clark. It was minted in .9991 Silver composition basically one troy ounce of weight.
This great coin is within the "First Releases" of only 100,000 produced by the Royal Mint in Llantrisant. Heraldry enthusiasts were fascinated since it bears the Coat of Arms used for quitea prolonged time as an icon of the Royal Houses of England, identifying the ruling monarch in all evolutions. The obverse brought the depiction of late Queen Elizabeth II wearing the George IV diadem as she posed for her fifth crowned celebration image.
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Comments

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I was fortunate to get two of the 2023 QE II Britannias. They were only minted for a few weeks and then the obverse changed to the new King. I got the last two available at one of my LCS. Now to get my hands on King Charles Brittania for this year. That will make a nice set!

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Level 6

Just hope you get them all my friend. This Royal Arms is a beauty, regardless of its spotty stains. Thanks much!!!

Longstrider

Level 6

Too bad about the milk spots on the Queen. It really kills a nice coin. I have my share too.

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Level 6

Indeed, it is a beauty. Too awful about the internal stains... Thanks!!!

Mike

Level 7

Nice coin however there are still portraits of the queen on 2023 date coins. And your fingers took a walk like mine do. This coin is made of 999. Not 999.1 and the Canadian mint solved the milk problems after this was released. Its on the Queen's face and And more on the obverse they won't share it with us. Not nice they should give the answer to all mints!

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