Elizabeth II, £2 (Marconi) 2001 Proof Silver Piedfort - in original case

Choice FDC proof piedfort in original case with Royal Mint certificate.
SKU: CLE7262
Old price: £49.50
£39.50

In 2001 the Royal Mint issued a commemorative £2 coin to commemorate the wireless being installed across the Atlantic Ocean. It was struck for circulation, for VIP collectors in Proof Sterling Silver and for VVIP collectors in Silver Proof Piedfort. That is double the normal thickness in Sterling Silver. The Mint issued the coin at £49.50 and the last time they offered these on their website they were charging £60.00.

The coin comes in FDC in a protective capsule and housed in the original Royal Mint presentation case with the certificate.

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