Elizabeth II, £1 (Royal Arms) 1998 Silver Proof Piedfort - in Royal Mint case

In 1998 the Royal Mint used the reverse die that they used on the first non-gold pound ever in 1983, the arms of Great Britain. In our opinion, it is the most attractive of the designs and by using just one design, they could cut down on the number of counterfeits in circulation. There are so many different designs in circulation, that even a coin dealer doesn’t know which ones are right and which ones are wrong. These were struck in Proof Sterling Silver Piedfort or double thickness. You have the Great Britain reverse and the Rank-Broadly bust of the Queen on the obverse. Each coin comes in a protective capsule in the Royal Mint case of issue. Also you must remember that the 1998 issue is not that easy to get. Supplies are limited ad at £59.50
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