The Coronation Jubilee £5 Coin Pair
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Brand New 2013 British Isles £5 Coin pair

The Coronation Jubilee £5 Coin Pair (1)
The Coronation Jubilee £5 Coin Pair (2)
The Coronation Jubilee £5 Coin Pair (3)
The Coronation Jubilee £5 Coin Pair (4)

Brand New 2013 British Isles £5 Coin pair

This Brand New 2013 British Isles £5 Coin pair has been issued to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Her Majesty's Coronation.

Strictly limited to just 2,013 worldwide, both coins in this exclusive set has met with full approval from Buckingham Palace and the Queen.

Both coins obverses’ feature a specially commissioned young and contemporary portrait of the Queen.

Enhanced by selective Gold ink, the reverse design for the Jersey coin features the St Edward’s Crown above the four floral symbols of the United Kingdom.

The Guernsey coin’s reverse depicts the four floral emblems of the United Kingdom (rose, shamrock, thistle & daffodil) in the shape of St Edward’s Crown.

Individually, both these coins have proven to be highly popular amongst collectors, but when placed together in an exclusive set, they become something truly special.

Exclusively available from The Westminster Collection, we are confident of a quick sell out, especially at such an attractive price. Therefore we recommended you place your order as soon as possible.

Order Ref 185/361C/9
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  • Country of issue: Jersey & Guernsey
  • Year of Issue: 2013
  • Metal: Cupro-nickel
  • Finish: Brilliant uncirculated
  • Diameter: 38.61mm, Weight: 28.28g
  • Obverse: David Cornell

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.