Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games £2
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Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games £2 Coin

Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games Cuni Two Pound Coin Obverse Reverse
Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games Cuni Two Pound Coin Reverse
Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games Cuni Two Pound Coin Obverse

Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games £2 Coin

Created in 1930, the commonwealth games are an international multi-sport event for athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations, held every four years.

In 1986, to celebrate the 13th Commonwealth Games which was held in Scotland, Guernsey issued this commemorative £2 coin.

This was the second time the games had been held in Edinburgh and was particularly special as England placed first after being awarded an incredible 144 medals in total.

The reverse of the coin depicts eight shields with athletes inside participating in different events to represent the different sports in the games.

The obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by engraver Raphael David Makouf.

With a mintage of just 20,500 in total, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to own the Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games £2.

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Guernsey 1986 Commonwealth Games £2 Coin

Price £10.00 (+ £0.00 p&p)
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Price £10.00 (+ £0.00 p&p)

Specifications

  • Denomination: £2
  • Year of Issue: 1986
  • Country of Issue: Guernsey
  • Condition: Circulated

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