Elizabeth II, £1 (Welsh Pound) 2000 Piedfort Silver Proof

2000 Welsh Dragon Piedfort Silver Pound. In 2000 the Royal Mint issued a Pound coin with the Welsh dragon on it. It is a very simple yet handsome design and one that would make anyone wish they were Welsh, just so they could claim the dragon. It is the Rank-Broadley bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. These are the Very Special coins struck in Proof Sterling Silver and double thickness Piedfort. A beautiful design in gleaming Piedfort Proof Sterling Silver.
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Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchElizabeth II 1952 - 2022
Decimal DenominationOne Pound
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