Charles Dickens is widely regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian Era, creating some of today’s best-known characters including Oliver Twist, Ebenezer Scrooge and Nicholas Nickleby to name just a few.
To mark the 150th anniversary of his passing, a BRAND NEW £2 Coin Collection has been authorized for release by Jersey Treasury and fully authorised by Her Majesty the Queen.
The Charles Dickens £2 Coin Collection
This remarkable Collection features FIVE NEW £2 coins, each of which have been struck to a superior Brilliant Uncirculated quality. Designed by renowned artist Andy Walker, each coin depicts some of Dickens’ most famous works along with iconic excerpts from the book including;
- Great Expectations “Ask no questions, and you’ll be told no less”
- Oliver Twist “Please Sir, I want some more”
- David Copperfield “Never do to-morrow what you can do today”
- A Christmas Carol “God Bless Us, Every one!”
- Charles Dickens Portrait “1812 Charles Dickens 1870”
One of the only ways to own all FIVE £2 coins
Importantly, this set is one of the only ways you can own all five of these £2 coins in Brilliant Uncirculated quality. Only the Charles Dickens portrait coin will be released individually.
What’s more, the coins will come protectively housed in a detailed informative presentation booklet.
Own ALL 5 New £2 coins – Just £49.95
This Brand New Brilliant Uncirculated £2 collection is a must-have for collectors. Secure all five coins today for just £49.95 – that’s less than £10 a coin!
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Charles Dickens 150th Anniversary BU £2 Set
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- Country of Issue: Jersey
- Year of Issue: 2020
- Coin Diameter: 28.4mm
- Coin Weight: 12g
- Obverse: Ian Rank Broadley
- Reverse: Andy Walker
- Metal: Bi-metallic
- Finish: Brilliant Uncirculated
- Edition limit: Unlimited