Elizabeth II, £2 (Royal Coat of Arms) 2019 Choice BU

The Royal Mint has just issued a one-ounce silver £2 coin for the Royal Coat of Arms. These are beautiful and the Royal Mint did an excellent job on the design. On the obverse, you have H. M. Queen Elizabeth II brilliant against a hatched background. The reverse has the crowned coat of arms supported by a crowned lion and a unicorn, again with the hatched background. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated, it's a coin you will be proud to own.
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SKU: CLC9001
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