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Coronation of King Charles III. United Kingdom 5 £ Brilliant Uncirculated Coin. 28,28 g

Brand: The Royal Mint
Unit: tk
Price:
25,00 €
Qty.: - +
Denomination: UK 5£
Alloy: Copper-nickel
Weight: 28,28 g
Diameter: 38,61 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year: 2023

This is the 5 Pound Commemorative Coin for the Coronation of Charles III, struck by The Royal Mint in Brilliant Uncirculated quality. This keepsake comes in a representative collector's box with all official accessories. In it you will find all numismatic details and all kinds of interesting information about the coronation of King Charles III. On obverse you will see the portrait of the king surrounded by the text "F · D · 5 POUNDS ·2023 · CHARLES III · D · G · REX". The king wears the Tudor crown - which was destroyed around 1640, but still occasionally appears on effigies of British monarchs. The reverse shows some of the royal regalia traditionally associated with the coronation ceremony. In the centre is St Edward's crown, traditionally used to crown English and British monarchs since the 13th century. Next to the crown are the sovereign's sceptres. On the left, the sovereign's sceptre with cross, representing the sovereign's temporal power. On the right, the sovereign's sceptre with dove: the dove symbolises the Holy Spirit and the king's spiritual role as head of the Anglican Church. Along the top edge is the text "THE CORORNATION OF KING CHARLES III" with the date on which the coronation will take place "6 MAY 2023" underneath. The death of Queen Elizabeth II caused a stir in the UK and abroad. She was on the throne for over 70 years, making her one of the longest-serving monarchs ever. Following her death, 73-year-old Charles III became king of the UK with immediate effect. On Saturday 6 May 2023, official coronation ceremonies will take place at Westminster Abbey, where all coronations since 1066 have been performed. It is traditional in England to have a longer period of mourning after the death of a monarch, leading to the coronation of the heir to the throne not taking place until several months later.
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Face value 1$
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 38,6 mm
Weight: 31,1 g
Mintage: 1150

For almost a thousand years, each monarch of Britain, and later New Zealand, has been crowned in a special ceremony months after their accession. A coronation is an important day in the history of the nation, a vibrant shared experience for the public, and an occasion of deep personal significance in the life of the monarch. A 1oz silver proof coin has been created to commemorate this momentous occasion.

Celebrates the historic accession and coronation of King Charles III
Features the effigy of King Charles III on the obverse
Reverse design features a colour portrait of the King
Minted from 1oz of 0.999 silver
Designed by Fuller Design, Wellington, New Zealand
Worldwide limited mintage of 1,150.

Featuring a portrait in colour, this coin commemorates the historic coronation of King Charles III. Front-and-centre is the King wearing civilian clothes, signifying His Majesty’s everyday duties and role as a royal ambassador. The surrounding design is inspired by the gold aiguillette worn by the military, typically as part of ceremonial attire for special events, or in recognition of an honour or achievement. The intricate background pattern is inspired by the embroidery on the collar of the Scots Guard uniform.

Each coin in this issue features a portrait of the King on the obverse. Wellington designer and illustrator Stephen Fuller developed the effigy to be used on New Zealand commemorative coins, and it was personally approved by the King.

189,00 €
Face value 5$
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 65 mm
Weight: 5 oz /155 g
Mintage: 250

For almost a thousand years, each monarch of Britain, and later New Zealand, has been crowned in a special ceremony months after their accession. A coronation is an important day in the history of the nation, a vibrant shared experience for the public, and an occasion of deep personal significance in the life of the monarch. A 1oz silver proof coin has been created to commemorate this momentous occasion.

Celebrates the historic accession and coronation of King Charles III
Features the effigy of King Charles III on the obverse
Reverse design features a colour portrait of the King
Minted from 1oz of 0.999 silver
Designed by Fuller Design, Wellington, New Zealand
Worldwide limited mintage of 250.

Commemorating the historic coronation of King Charles III, this 5oz silver coin features a painted portrait of the King in his Queen’s Guard uniform. The circular gold background is symbolic of the His Majesty's medals, and the intricate pattern is inspired by the embroidery on the collar of the Scots Guard uniform. The surrounding design is inspired by the gold aiguillette worn by the military, typically as part of ceremonial attire for special events, or in recognition of an honour or achievement.

Each coin in this issue features a portrait of the King on the obverse. Wellington designer and illustrator Stephen Fuller developed the effigy to be used on New Zealand commemorative coins, and it was personally approved by the King.

599,00 €
Denomination: UK 50 p
Alloy: Cupro-nickel
Weight: 8 g
Diameter: 27,3 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year: 2022

On 8 September 2022, Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away peacefully at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. For more than seven decades, Her Majesty upheld a promise she made in which she pledged her heart and devotion to the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. From her coronation, a historic day of pageantry and celebration, to her recent Platinum Jubilee, The Royal Mint had the privilege of celebrating many milestones and special occasions during Her Majesty’s 70-year reign. In honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s incredible life and legacy, The Royal Mint now pays tribute to this truly remarkable woman with a memorial coin collection. Created by British sculptor Martin Jennings, the obverse of each coin in the collection bears the first definitive coinage portrait of His Majesty The King.

Celebrate the life and legacy of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch
Struck to honour Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Personally approved by the monarch, the first definitive coinage portrait of His Majesty The King features on the obverse of the coin
The reverse design features a design created for the 1953 coronation crown coin in poignant tribute to Her Majesty
Finished to Brilliant Uncirculated standard
Supplied in an official Royal Mint printed wallet exploring Queen Elizabeth II's historic legacy


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