**JUST 47 AVAILABLE **
The UK's first ever Gold-plated Silver coin was issued by The Royal Mint in 2011 to celebrate the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - Prince William and Catherine Middleton. As their 10th wedding anniversary approaches this year, demand for this special coin has risen in recent weeks, and there’s no sign of it slowing.
A favourite amongst collectors, the £5 coin has a long tradition of being recognised as the UK's most important commemorative coin. With an edition limit of just 7,500 this issue has been extremely popular among collectors since it was first released.
Struck in 925/1000 Sterling Silver, your coin has been expertly plated with fine gold plating and is struck to a pristine proof finish - the collectors favourite. It features a double portrait of William and Catherine – only the second ever double portrait to feature on the reverse of a modern British coin.
With Prince William one day to be King, it’s likely that this issue is only going to be in higher demand in future years. We have a very limited stock for collectors, in fact we have just 47 remaining, and once they're gone we will not be able to secure anymore.
Secure one for your collection now with an initial payment of just £23 (+p&p), followed by 4 further interest-free instalments of the same amount.
Please don't miss out on this opportunity to own a UK FIRST from The Royal Mint, secure yours by clicking 'add to basket' now.
2011 UK Royal Wedding Gold Plated Silver £5 Coin
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- Denomination: £5
- Alloy: .925 Sterling Silver with Fine Gold plate
- Weight: 28.28g
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Designer (obverse): Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
- Designer (reverse): Mark Richards FRBS
- Finish: Proof
- Edition Limit: 7,500