20th November 2017 marked the most significant milestone in Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s life to date – she became the first monarch in British history to celebrate a Platinum Wedding Anniversary – that’s an incredible 70 years of marriage to HRH Prince Philip.
Today you can secure the rarest issue of all the 'Royal' Mints released to commemorate this incredible milestone.
The rarest issue of all the 'Royal' Mints
There are three 'Royal' Mints – the UK’s Royal Mint, the Royal Canadian Mint and the Royal Australian Mint. For royalty collectors, they represent the flagship issuing authorities. Conversely, for the Royal Mints the Queen is their most collected subject.
And that’s why this issue is so important.
The UK’s Royal Mint released 15,000 Silver Proof £5 Coins. The Royal Canadian Mint set its issue at 7,500 pieces.
But the Royal Australian Mint ONLY authorised 5,000 Pure Silver Proof Coins. This tiny number of coins proved to not be enough, as it has long since sold out at the Mint.
Only 5,000 coins authorised
This is a Royal coin that very few collectors will ever be able to own. Fortunately, as Official Royal Australian Mint Distributors, we were able to secure a limited stock of this coin before it sold out.
Each coin comes in official Royal Australian Mint packaging with Certificate of Authenticity and has been struck in Pure Silver and finished to the Royal Australian Mint’s highest proof standard.
It can also be secured today with an initial instalment of just £15 (+p&p), and then split the remaining cost across 4 further equal interest-free monthly instalments of only £15.
We have limited stock of this issue so order yours now so you don’t miss out.
Australia 2017 Platinum Wedding Proof Coin
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- Year of Issue: 2017
- Country of Issue: Australia
- Metal: .999 Silver
- Weight: 18.24g
- Diameter: 31.51mm
- Finish: Proof
- Mintage: 5,000
- Reverse: A. Stokic
- Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley (FRBS)