Platinum Jubilee Silver 50p — more than twice as limited as the UK sel
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Platinum Jubilee Silver 50p — more than twice as limited as the UK sell-out

Just 2,022 British IslesGod Save The QueenSilver Proof 50ps have just been released.

That makes it more than twice as limited as the UK sell-out.

This once in a lifetime event sees the first time a British monarch has celebrated 70 years on the throne, and collectors will be sure to mark the special occasion. With so few coins available we're expecting a quick sell out. 

Reverse Proof Finish

Struck from .925 Sterling Silver, this 50p coin has been finished to an unusual Reverse Proof finish accentuating the detail as you will find the fields of the coin frosted and the devices mirrored.

Issued by the Isle of Man, the reverse is designed by Tom Meek, and features the words ‘God Save The Queen’ from the National Anthem, alongside two of the Queen’s heraldic Beasts.

Limited edition secure yours now

But, for collectors, the thing that makes this coin so desirable is the edition limit.

And this is really important. Only 2,022 coins are being made available worldwide.

That’s the same number of coins as the Dual-Plated 50p that that sold out in 2 hours. And more than twice as limited as The Royal Mint Silver 50p which sold out on the day it was released.  

You can secure your coin for just £65 (+p&p) today. But an imminent sell out is expected, so you'll need to act fast.

Click ‘Add to Basket’ now.

Order Ref 185/679A/9

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: Isle of Man
  • Year of Issue: 2022
  • Metal: 925/1000 Silver
  • Diameter: 27.3mm
  • Weight: 8g
  • Denomination: Fifty Pence
  • Reverse: Tom Meek
  • Obverse: Jody Clark
  • Finish: Reverse Proof
  • Edition Limit: 2022

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.