Elizabeth II, £1 1987 Silver Proof FDC (in capsule)

This was the last of the set of four Pounds issued to represent the different parts of the United Kingdom, being Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and finally England. You have an oak tree inside a crown and the so-called Maklouf bust of the Queen on the other side. These are the special VIP editions of the Pound coin struck in Proof Sterling Silver. Each coin comes in a protective capsule and is gleaming just the way it came from the Royal Mint. The last of the series but certainly not the last Pound coin of the century. Add this one to your collection now and you can add the other coins from this series later.
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SKU: UPD87S
£39.50

With English 'Oak Tree' reverse, issued as part of a 4-coin series to honour the constituent parts of the UK.

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