The Royal Engagement

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The Royal Engagement

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 26. Januar 2011 21:35

The Royal Mint hat geschrieben:[col]The news of the engagement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton delighted the nation on 16 November 2010 and it is always a great pleasure to celebrate such happy occasions with a special commemorative coin.

This coin will be struck to a higher quality standard compared to circulation coins known as Brilliant Uncirculated and will come in a designed presentation folder to record the event for years to come. Only 50,000 presentation folders have been authorised.

These coins are the first ever coins struck to celebrate a Royal Engagement. The special betrothal design has received Royal approval from Prince William and Her Majesty The Queen.

This coin has been authorised by the Channel Island of Alderney with a denomination of £5. The obverse will feature the Queen’s portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS. The coin is subject to a maximum coin mintage of 100,000.

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[col]http://www.royalmint.com/web/productImages/PWKESP_1.jpg|Coins to celebrate happy royal occasions are great favourites all around the world and this official coin is destined to be one of the most popular ever issued by the Royal Mint in its long history.

The silver Proof version will make a perfect tribute and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity testifying to its low limited edition.

The special betrothal design has received Royal approval from Prince William and Her Majesty The Queen.

This coin has been authorised by the Channel Island of Alderney with a denomination of £5. The obverse will feature the Queen’s portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS. The coin is subject to a maximum coin mintage of 25,000.

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[col]This beautiful coin, struck in sterling silver and completely plated with fine gold, has been struck as a special tribute to Prince William and Catherine Middleton on the occasion of their engagement.

This coin is an extremely rare edition to the range of coins that are the first coins to be struck in celebration of a Royal Engagement.

The coin will come in a handsome presentation case complete with a uniquely numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The special betrothal design has received Royal approval from Prince William and Her Majesty The Queen.

This coin has been authorised by the Channel Island of Alderney with a denomination of £5. The obverse will feature the Queen’s portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS. The coin is subject to a maximum coin mintage of 5,000.

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[col]http://www.royalmint.com/web/productImages/PWKEGP_1.jpg|The entire nation was thrilled to hear the news of William and Kate's engagement. What better keepsake of such a happy event than a gold Proof £5 coin?

Struck in 22 carat warm gold to Proof quality, this coin will come in a handsome presentation case with a uniquely numbered Certificate of Authenticity guaranteeing its provenance. A limited edition of 1,000.

The special betrothal design has received Royal approval from Prince William and Her Majesty the Queen

This coin has been authorised by the Channel Island of Alderney with a denomination of £5. The obverse will feature the Queen’s portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS. The coin is subject to a maximum coin mintage of 1,300

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Quelle: The Royal Mint

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