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United Kingdom - 10 Pound - Commemorative Coin Set - Cupper/Nickel - B.U. - 2023

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The first Annual Sets release to feature the world’s first official coinage portrait of King Charles III
Each coin features the definitive coinage portrait of His Majesty The King designed by Martin Jennings
Five new commemorative coins feature in the set, specially chosen for this year
Each coin is struck to Brilliant Uncirculated standard, which is a higher standard than the coins found in everyday change
Dated 2023, the coins serve as special keepsakes of a new chapter in numismatic history
Accompanied by fold-out packaging that offers insight into the anniversary, event or figure each coin celebrates

The 2023 Annual Sets contain specially selected commemorative coins that celebrate icons, events and anniversaries of British cultural and historic significance. Serving as a physical representation of The Royal Mint’s dedication to its craft, innovation and quality, these sets are a highly anticipated release that marks another chapter in numismatic history each year. This year’s Annual Sets notably feature Martin Jennings’ definitive effigy of His Majesty The King for the first time.
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This set features the five commemorative coins specially selected for the 2022 Annual Sets, including coins dedicated to Dame Vera Lynn, Alexander Graham Bell and Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, as well as two different coins commemorating Her Majesty The Queen’s unprecedented Platinum Jubilee. Additionally, the set also contains the eight definitive coins of 2022, which have all been struck in their circulating alloys and finished to Brilliant Uncirculated standard. The definitive coins ranging from 1p to 50p are presented in their completed arrangement to form Matt Dent’s ‘picture puzzle’ recreation of the Royal Arms. Meanwhile, the reverse of the £1 coin features David Pearce’s design representing the UK’s four home nations, whilst Antony Dufort’s Britannia £2 coin design completes the collection. The coins are presented in fascinating fold-out packaging, providing contextual insight into each coin and the relative subject matter.
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Acceding to the British throne on 8 September 2022 following the passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, His Majesty King Charles III now becomes part of numismatic history as The Royal Mint prepare to unveil the first definitive coins of the monarch’s reign, complete with eight new reverse designs.

The first definitive coins of His Majesty The King’s reign mark a milestone year in UK history. On 6 May 2023, the coronation of King Charles III took place at Westminster Abbey, a national event of celebration that came in the same year as His Majesty’s upcoming 75th birthday. These definitive UK coins feature the official coinage portrait of The King and embody the transition to a new reign and new Carolean era.

As the new definitive coins of the United Kingdom, the reverse designs take inspiration from the UK’s four nations and reflect some of His Majesty’s passions; they have also received The King’s personal approval. Soon, these contemporary designs will be familiar to millions of people in the UK and around the world.
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