Secure the BRAND NEW UK 2021 coins in superior proof quality
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Secure the BRAND NEW UK 2021 coins in superior proof quality


Secure the BRAND NEW UK 2021 coins in superior proof quality

PLEASE NOTE: we are awaiting stock from The Royal Mint and currently expect to ship this product from mid-February. 

The brand new commemorative coins for 2021 have just been announced, including eight definitive coins and five new commemorative issues for 2021. And today you have the chance to secure them in superior Proof quality.

Five BRAND NEW UK 2021 commemorative coins

The five commemorative coins, marking significant anniversaries, included are as follows:

  • The Queen’s 95th Birthday £5 – marking Her Majesty the Queen’s 95th birthday which she’ll celebrate on 21st April 2021.
  • Sir Walter Scott £2 – celebrating the 250th anniversary of his birth and his literary legacy.
  • H. G. Wells £2 – commemorating the life and works of the renowned sci-fi author in the 75th anniversary of his passing.
  • John Logie Baird 50p – marking the 75th anniversary of his passing as well as his ground-breaking contributions to science.
  • Decimal Day 50p – a tribute to the greatest biggest change in British currency in over 1,000 years that took place 50 years ago.

The five new commemorative coins are accompanied by the eight definitive coins from the 1p to the £2, all newly dated for 2021. The coins in the set feature the Jody Clark effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, all except for one... 

Special Decimal Day 50p obverse

In this landmark year where we celebrate the 50th anniversary of decimalisation, the Decimal Day 50p in the Annual Set has a very special and nostalgic design feature, which is sure to excite collectors. 

You see, this coin - the only one in the set - features the Arnold Machin effigy on its obverse. This is the second effigy of the Queen to feature on UK coinage, and was introduced specially for the first decimal coins - it's a fitting tribute to decimalisation! 

Significantly, the only way you can own this special coin is by owning the complete Annual Set - you won't find it anywhere else.

It’s the superior Proof finish that collectors look for

Whilst millions of coins will be issued for circulation this year, The Royal Mint has selected just 7,000 to be struck in superior Proof quality in this limited presentation.

Proof coins are 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 numismatic collectors.

JUST 7,000 available – ACT NOW to secure yours for JUST £31

If you want to secure these BRAND NEW 2021 coins in Proof quality, you’ll need to be quick. That’s because JUST 7,000 sets have been authorised for release worldwide – surely nowhere near enough to satisfy collector demand.

Especially when you consider that Annual Proof Sets with far higher edition limits of 15,000 have COMPLETELY SOLD OUT at the Mintunder half the edition limit of the new 2021 set.

The good news is you can secure your set today with a deposit of JUST £31 (+p&p) followed by four further interest-free instalments. That’s The Royal Mint’s official issue price.

Click ‘Add to basket’ to order your 2021 UK Proof Coin Set now.

PLEASE NOTE: we are awaiting stock from The Royal Mint and currently expect to ship this product from mid-February. 

Order Ref 185/X710/0
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Price £155.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)


  • Year of Issue: 2021
  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Metal: Various Base Metal
  • Finish: Proof
  • Includes: 5 commemorative issues and 8 definitive UK coins
  • Limited Presentation: 7,000

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.