In 2012 we witnessed one of the greatest Royal events in recent history – The Queen’s
Coins to commemorate such a hugely public event were met with unprecedented demand. In fact we were over-whelmed with the thousands of enquiries from collectors looking to own a piece of true Royal History.
A perfect companion piece
After searching through our archives, we have just discovered, what we consider to be the perfect companion piece to a Diamond Jubilee coin. Issued over a decade ago to celebrate the Queen’s 50th Anniversary year we have uncovered a number of 2002 GOLDEN Jubilee coins, that are stunning as an individual coin or to form a distinctive and historical Queen’s Jubilee pair.
Inspired by the sought-after UK 1953 Crown, the 2002 Golden Jubilee Coin features a
stunning depiction of the Queen on horseback taking part in the Trooping the Colour Ceremony in 1953, the year she was officially crowned Queen. You will also notice the addition of colour in the blue, red and white bunting fluttering in the wind, representing the iconic colours of the Union Jack flag.
Don’t miss out
As I’m sure you can imagine, due to the length of time since these coins were issued, they are no longer widely available, meaning securing one is no easy task.
With interest in Royal Anniversaries at an all-time high, this is an opportunity not to be missed. We know that an archive release announcement such as this will prompt many collectors to move fast to secure their Golden Jubilee coin.
The 2002 Golden Jubilee Coin
(+ £2.99 p&p)
(+ £2.99 p&p)
- Metal: Cupro-nickel
- Country of issue: Falkland Islands
- Denomination: 50 pence
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Weight: 28.28g