On the 5th November 1922 Howard Carter made the most dramatic discovery in archaeological history – the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
Whereas the majority of Egyptian Royal tombs had been raided over the centuries, Tutankhamun’s tomb was almost perfectly preserved with its riches intact.
For the next ten years Carter catalogued his remarkable treasure find. And since then the myth of Tutankhamun has become World-famous. He is certainly the best-known king of Ancient Egypt.
Now, to mark the 95th anniversary of the discovery the Tutankhamun 24 Carat Gold-plated Coin has been re-released for a limited time only.
This highly collectable coin is part of a strictly limited edition of 9,500 and only a limited number are available to Westminster collectors for the anniversary - you won't find this coin anywhere else.
Struck to a polished, pristine Proof finish, your coins reverse bears a full colour render of the iconic Tutankhamun death mask together with hieroglyphic symbols. The obverse bears the Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Each coin comes in a protective capsule with a Certificate of Authenticity confirming its place within the limited edition.
In the past coins related to key moments in Egyptian history have proven to be extremely popular. Especially those with British involvement.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to secure this exclusive, gold-plated, limited edition coin for just £39.99 - Click ‘add to basket’ to secure yours today.
The Ancient Egypt Tutankhamun Goldplated Coin
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- Country of Issue: Cook Islands
- Year of Issue: 2013
- Metal: Copper with 24ct gold plating
- Weight: 27g
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Edition Limit: 9,500
- Denomination: One Dollar