Elizabeth II, £2 (Oriental Border Britannia) 2018 Choice Proof

The Royal Mint has been issuing the one-ounce Britannia with oriental decoration. They haven’t been advertising it, we usually get some from one of our wholesalers. I have always thought that it is a beautiful coin and the ones we were allocated have always quickly sold out. Now we have some of the Oriental design in Proof condition and are they beautiful. We have just 53 pieces of the 2018 Oriental Design Silver Britannia in Proof condition. All the coins have been slabbed and once they are gone, they are gone. I think they are beautiful and no collector should be without one. But that won’t happen as we only have 53 pieces in stock. Don’t miss out on them…
Availability: In stock
SKU: SGM265-2511
£85.00
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