Trooping the Colour Gold Proof One Pound
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Trooping the Colour Gold Proof One Pound

PB 2022 Trooping The Colour £1 BOX SHOT
PB 2022 Trooping The Colour £1 OBV REV

Trooping the Colour Gold Proof One Pound

This year we’re witnessing an incredible break in tradition.

2nd June 2022 marks the day we celebrate Trooping the Colour, for the first time in two years since Covid restrictions hit in 2020.

But, for the first time in history, Her Majesty will not be receiving the famous salute. And to mark this significant moment, we have commissioned a first-of-its-kind British Isles Gold £1 coin to mark the 2022 ceremony.

Strict 400 worldwide edition limit

This special £1 coin has been struck from 22 carat gold and features a Trooping the Colour design of Her Majesty on horseback, harking back to the Queen’s first ceremonies.

But it’s important to note, this is not only a historic release it’s also extremely limited.

Only 400 are being released worldwide.

To put the low edition limit of just 400 worldwide into perspective, the UK Sovereign issued to mark the Platinum Jubilee sold out in one day. And that had a MUCH higher edition limit of 10,500 coins. This coin is more than 26 times scarer than that on the day sell out.

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Trooping the Colour Gold Proof One Pound

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  • Country of Issue: Jersey
  • Year of Issue: 2022
  • Metal: 916/1000 Gold
  • Weight: 7.98g
  • Diameter: 22.05mm
  • Denomination: One Pound
  • Finish: Proof
  • Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley
  • Reverse: Quentin Peacock
  • Edition Limit: 400

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.