New Prince George £5 Silver Proof Coin is limited to just 2,013 worldwide
A new £5 Silver Proof Coin has been issued to celebrate the birth and christening of Prince George of Cambridge.
However, it has been released with the remarkably low edition limit of just 2,013 coins. To give you some perspective on how that compares to other issues, the 2013 UK £5 Silver Proof Coronation Anniversary Coin has an edition limit of 15,000 individual coins.
In other words, this new £5 Silver Proof Coin for Prince George is over 7 times scarcer
The new coin has been approved by Her Majesty the Queen and is struck to the standard British Isles Silver Proof £5 Coin specification, from 28.28g of solid 925/1,000 Sterling Silver. It is presented in a luxurious wooden presentation case, alongside its Certificate of Authenticity.
For now and future generations
The small edition limit for this coin has already ensured that it is likely to be in high demand but when you consider the future interest that will come in decades to when Prince George eventually becomes King, this is a true opportunity own a piece of history for now and future generations.
Because this issue is limited to just 2,013, please do not delay and reserve your Prince George £5 Silver Coin today.
Despatches from late / mid November.
- Country of Issue: Guernsey
- Year: 2013
- Metal: 925/1000 Silver
- Finish: Proof
- Denomination: £5
- Diameter: 38.61mm, Weight: 28.28g
- Reverse: Michael Guilfoyle
- Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS