The 2017 £1 Collecting Pack
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Own the 2017 £1 Collecting Pack

On March 28th 2017, the £1 coin changed forever. But it wasn't the first major change to the nation's £1.

For many years, the £1 banknote acted predominantly as an emergency wartime currency but after the First World War, it went on to become a popular and recogniseable note.

In 1983, the first round £1 coin was introduced and was an instant hit with the public. It was built to last a whole 40 years in circulation where as the banknote only lasted 9 months. It was also more practical for supermarket trolleys, parking meters and vending machines.

This year, a brand new 12-sided £1 coin has been released into circulation. Billed to become the most secure circulating coin in the world, the new £1 coin has been formally named The 'Nations of the Crown' 2017 UK £1. 

The United Kingdom £1 Collector Pack has space for you to house the new 12-sided £1 coin once you find it in your change, alongside its two predecessors - the Last Round £1 Coin and an original £1 Banknote.

Order today to secure your exclusive £1 Collector Pack today which includes Britain's last round pound as well as an original £1 Banknote.

Simply click the ‘Add to basket’ button now.

Order Ref 185/891T/9


  • Approx. Size: 150mm x 170mm
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  • £1 Banknote
  • Size: 135mm x 67mm
  • Year: 1978-1988
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  • 2016 Last Round £1
  • Metal: Nickel-Brass
  • Weight: 9.50g
  • Diameter: 22.50mm
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  • Space to fit the new 12-sided £1 coin as you find it in your change

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.