One of the greatest discoveries in archaeological history...
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One of the greatest discoveries in archaeological history...

On the 5th November 1922 Howard Carter made the most dramatic discovery in archaeological history – the tomb of King Tutankhamun. Since then the myth of Tutankhamun has become World-famous. He is certainly the best-known king of Ancient Egypt.

Now, almost 100 years since the discovery, a brand new coin has been struck in the shape of Tutankhamun's mask.

24-Carat Gold & Full Colour

Expertly plated in 24-carat gold, this shaped coin is struck to an incredible high-relief, using a specialist minting technique. The reverse design is also complimented by the addition of full colour detailing, which really brings the mask to life - just watch the video opposite to see for yourself.

The obverse features Egyptian hieroglyphics which completes this incredible shaped coin perfectly. Your coin will also come displayed in a deluxe wooden presentation case with a Certificate of Authenticity confirming its place within the limited edition.

Extremely Limited Edition

In fact, this highly collectable coin is part of a strictly limited edition of just 1,500 and we only have a limited number available for UK collectors.

In the past both coins related to key moments in Egyptian history and coins struck in unusual shapes have proven to be extremely popular. So this coin is expected to sell out fast!

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to secure this unusually shaped coin - secure yours now.

Order Ref 185/537E/3


  • Country of Issue: Ghana
  • Year of Issue: 2018-20 (year of issue may vary)
  • Denomination: 2 Cedis
  • Metal: Cupro-Nickel with 24ct gold plating
  • Weight: 22.5g
  • Diameter: Approx. 32mm x 45mm

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.