Coins from the year the Queen was born...and the UK 2021 Silver Proof
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Coins from the year the Queen was born... and the UK 2021 Silver Proof £5

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Coins from the year the Queen was born... and the UK 2021 Silver Proof £5

As Her Majesty the Queen will mark her 95th Birthday in April this year, a limited edition birthday collection has been brought together to celebrate this iconic milestone, the first for any British Monarch to reach.

UK 2021 Silver Proof Birthday £5 Coin

The Royal Mint have issued a Silver Proof £5 coin to celebrate the Queen’s 95th Birthday, and of a tiny edition limit of only 7,595, JUST 95 have been set aside for this collection. Featuring a design by Timothy Noad the word’s “My heart and devotion” appear on the reverse in reference to the Queen’s long service and her famous 1957 Christmas Day speech.

Each coin has been individually struck with the punch hitting the blank several times to create the perfect, flawless Proof finish, and also create maximum contrast between the frosted design and perfect mirror-like background of the coin. It’s this superior quality that makes Proof coins more sought after amongst serious collectors.

Silver coins issued in the year Her Majesty was born

The BRAND NEW Silver £5 coin has been set alongside a collection of 1926 dated coins. Each one was struck and has circulated since the year in which the Queen was born, making them 95 years old! These year dated coins are proving to be in incredibly high demand- many of them are struck from .925 Silver, and with the Queen’s imminent birthday they are proving popular worldwide. 

Each one has been meticulously sourced, but given the historic nature, precious metal content, and the popularity of these coins among collectors, it has proven very hard to build up a large number.

Limited to JUST 95 Collections

Because of the small edition limit of the newly issued Silver £5 coin, and the limited availability of these historic coins, we have only been able to put together 95 sets. That means that ONLY 95 collectors will be able to add this set to their collection.

That’s a strict edition limit. No more will be released in this special presentation, so if you’d like to add this historic commemorative to your collection, you’ll need to be quick. Given the high demand for commemoratives for the Queen worldwide, this tiny number is surely not going to be enough.

Don't forget that you can even spread your payment across 10 monthly interest free instalments - just tick the instalment option at the checkout.

Order Ref 185/X387/0
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Price £245.00 (+ £4.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: UK
  • Year of Issue: 1926 / 2021
  • Coin Diameter:Various / 38.61mm
  • Coin Weight: Various / 28.28g
  • Obverse: George V / QEII
  • Reverse: Various / 95th Birthday Design
  • Metal: Various / .925 silver
  • Finish: Circulated / Proof
  • Edition limit: 95

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