Richard Trevithick was a British engineer and inventor, and pioneered the use of high-pressure steam engines, which led to him developing the first ever working steam locomotive!
To commemorate 250 years since the birth of Richard Trevithick, a £5 coin has been released.
Issued by Guernsey, the Richard Trevithick Proof £5 coin features a portrait of Trevithick himself on the reverse, and has been struck to that all important Proof finish every collector loves to have!
Strictly Limited Edition
Coins in this specification are rarely struck to a Proof finish, and not only that, but this coin also has a strict edition limit of JUST 2,021 around the world! To put that into perspective, the 2004 Steam Engine £2 coin issued by the UK had a mintage of over 5 million!
Secure yours today
Your coin will come presented in a Presentation Box alongside a numbered Certificate of Authenticity confirming your coins place within the strict, worldwide edition limit of JUST 2,021, and is encapsulated in a tamper proof capsule to preserve its Proof finish for years to come.
To secure your Richard Trevithick Proof £5 coin in superior collector quality today for JUST £25 (+p&p) click ‘Add to Basket’ now!
The Richard Trevithick Proof £5
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- Country of Issue: Guernsey
- Year of Issue: 2021
- Metal: Cupro-Nickel
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Denomination: Five Pounds
- Reverse: Matt Tindall
- Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley
- Finish: Proof
- Edition Limit: 2,021