The Royal Mint have just released the fourth and final coin in their extremely popular Tower of London £5 series, featuring one of the Tower’s most famous traditions – The Ceremony of the Keys.
The Tower of London has been a symbol of royal power for nearly 1,000 years, standing majestically above the river Thames.
Struck by The Royal Mint from 925/1000 Sterling Silver to an immaculate Proof finish, this coin features the Queen’s Keys. A tradition that started back in 1340 by Edward III, the Tower has been locked up every night using these keys, only interrupted once in 1940 when a bomb fell on the Tower.
Importantly, this new £5 coin has a single coin edition limit of just 3,800. When you consider the UK 2018 Royal Wedding Silver £5 had an edition limit of 15,000 and is SOLD OUT at the Mint, this is sure to be a future collector priority.
Each coin will arrive ready to display in its official Royal Mint presentation case with certificate of authenticity.
What’s more, you can secure yours today for an initial deposit of just £16.50 (+p&p). Just tick the instalment option at checkout.
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UK 2019 Ceremony of the Keys £5 Silver Proof Coin
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- Country of Issue: UK
- Year of Issue: 2019
- Coin Diameter: 38.61mm
- Coin Weight: 28.28g
- Obverse: QE II by Jody Clark
- Reverse: Ceremony ofthe Keys by Glyn Davies
- Metal: .925 Silver
- Finish: Proof
- Edition limit: 3,800