Released four years ago, the 2014 Queen Anne Silver Proof £5 was issued to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Queen Anne’s death – the monarch who merged the kingdoms of England and Scotland under the Acts of Union.
This coin is struck from 925/1000 Sterling Silver to an exquisite proof finish by the Royal Mint and features a beautifully detailed miniature portrait of Queen Anne on the reverse.
The Rarest Ever Silver Proof £5
Although Silver Proof £5 coins are one of the most popular collectors’ items in the world, the anniversary received limited media attention and as a result many collectors missed out on the coins release.
Now, four years later, The Royal Mint has confirmed that the official mintage figure for the 2014 Queen Anne Silver Proof £5 is just 2,212. This mintage figure is so low in fact, that it is officially the rarest UK Silver £5 ever issued.
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We only have very limited stock available for this already scarce coin, so we don’t expect it to be available for very long.
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2014 Queen Anne Silver Proof £5
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I understand I will recieve other Silver Proof £5 coins atthe priority collector's price from £95 (+£3.99) in theQueen Elizabeth II Silver Crown Collection at monthlyintervals. I am under no obligation and may return anySilver Proof £5 within 10 days. I may stop collecting at anytime.
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- Country of Issue: United Kingdom
- Year of Issue: 2014
- Denomination: £5
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Weight: 28.28g
- Metal: .925 Silver
- Finish: Proof
- Obverse designer: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
- Reverse designer: Mark Richards FRBS
- Mintage: 2,212