The Princess Diana Supersized Coin
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Supersize Photographic Princess Diana Proof Coin

The Princess Diana Supersized Coin Obverse and Reverse with Box
The Princess Diana Supersized Coin Obverse and Reverse
Princess Diana Supersized Coin Reverse
Princess Diana Supersized Coin Obverse
The Princess Diana Supersized Coin in Box

Supersize Photographic Princess Diana Proof Coin

To commemorate the 60th anniversary of Princess Diana’s birth, this BRAND NEW Supersize Proof coin has been issued.

Celebrating her life, this coin has been expertly plated in 24-Carat Gold and struck to a pristine Proof finish  the highest grade of finish found on collectable coins.

Strong Sell-out History

Supersize coins have a strong sell-out history. For example, similar issues for the Diamond Jubilee in 2012, the Coronation Anniversary in 2013, the birth of Prince George in 2013, and the Diana Supersize issued in 2017 all SOLD OUT in a matter of weeks.

This large 65mm sized coin weighs around four-times as much as a regular crown-sized coin. It is an intensive and expensive process to undertake, so very few coins are minted at such a large size  making this coin incredibly collectable

JUST 995 AVAILABLE

This coin has a strict worldwide edition limit of JUST 995. Considering their strong sell-out history many collectors will miss out. Don't be one of them.

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Order Ref 185/X904/9
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Price £95.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: Cook Islands
  • Year of Issue: 2021
  • Metal: Copper with 24ct Gold Plate
  • Weight: 145g
  • Diameter: 65mm
  • Reverse: Adam Taylor
  • Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley
  • Denomination: Five Dollars
  • Finish: Proof
  • Edition Limit: 995

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.