2016 UK 'Last Round Pound' CERTIFIED BU £1
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The Great One Pound Coin Race is now over...

They've been a part of our lives for 33 years but the Round Pound Coin has now officially been withdrawn from circulation forever, marking the end of an era for UK coinage.

For the past few months we're been encouraging collectors across the UK to join the biggest race of its kind ever held - The Great One Pound Coin Race.

Well done to all of those who managed to complete their collection of £1 coins. It was a really challenging task.

Now, to bid a fond farewell to the Round £1 Coin, The Royal Mint has issued one final design. Only issued in 2016, it never entered normal circulation, so you wouldn't have found one in your change.

But by ordering today you can own one of the very last Round £1 coins to be struck, available in superior Certified Brilliant Uncirculated quality, this is a unique opportunity to own the last ever Round £1 Coin now that it has disappears forever.

This coin was never released into general circulation so this is the only way you will be able to secure the 'Last Round Pound' for just £5.99.

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  • Year of Issue: 2016
  • Denomination: £1
  • Metal: Nickel-brass
  • Weight: 9.50g, Diameter: 22.50mm
  • Obverse: QEII by Jody Clark
  • Reverse: Gregory Cameron
  • Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated
  • Country of Issue: UK

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.