2017 marks the Centenary of the House of Windsor. The name was first adopted in 1917, during the First World War, by a proclamation from King George V. It replaced the historic name of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, and remains the family name of our current British Royal Family.
To mark this important milestone in British Royal history, The Royal Mint has released a new Silver Proof £5 coin.
The release of UK £5 coins are reserved for only the most significant British anniversaries and have become firmly established as the most sought-after silver coin among knowledgeable collectors.
Importantly, the edition limit has been set at just 10,000 worldwide, a tiny amount when you consider the equivalent UK £5 Silver Proof coins and their sell out history. The Queen's Sapphire Jubilee Silver £5 that had an edition limit of 8,000 SOLD OUT at the Mint in less than a week.
Each coin has been struck from 925/1000 Sterling Silver to an immaculate Proof Finish. The reverse features a design based on the Badge of the House of Windsor approved by George VI, surrounded by oak leaves representing strength, patience and longevity, and acorns as a symbol of prosperity.
Your coin comes in its Official Royal Mint Presentation Case and with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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UK 2017 House of Windsor Silver Proof £5
(+ £3.99 p&p)
(+ £3.99 p&p)
- Weight: 28.28g
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Metal: .925 Silver
- Finish: Proof
- Obverse: Jody Clark
- Reverse: Timothy Noad
- Country of issue: United Kingdom
- Year of issue: 2017
- Limited edition presentation: 10,000
- Maximum coin mintage: 13,000