Charles III, £2 (Merlin) 2023 Silver 1 Oz Brilliant Unc

The Royal Mint has issued a new one ounce silver £2 coin as part of the Myths and Legends series. But, for the first time, it carries the portrait of King Charles III. This portrays Merlin the magician doing his magic and is dated 2023. The coin is struck in BU specimen condition on one side and with the crosshatches on the other side. It is the first of this series to have King Charles III’s portrait. It is one you should have in your collection.
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SKU: CLC9907
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Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchCharles III 2022 -
Decimal DenominationTwo Pounds
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