Elizabeth II, Royal Mint Proof Set 1975

6 coin set in original Royal Mint packaging
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SKU: UPS75
£32.50
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In 1977 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee, the 25th anniversary of her reign. The Royal Mint issued the second modern Proof Set for this Queen to contain a crown or 25 Pence Piece. Normally we charge £32.50 for this Proof Set with the crown. If you don’t think it is a bargain, look on the Royal Mint website and see how much they are charging for current Proof Sets!
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