Elizabeth II, £5 (100th anniversary of the End of Victorian Era) 2001 Unc

This British £5 piece was issued 22 years ago in 2001 to honour the 100th anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria 1901/2001. It is one of the five pound pieces you almost never see. It is in Uncirculated condition and struck in cupro-nickel and the obverse has our late Queen Elizabeth II. It is interesting that it contains portraits of our two longest Monarchs and both of them were woman. A most interesting piece, but if you are going to use it for flipping we suggest you call heads!
Availability: In stock
SKU: CLD7159
£14.95
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchElizabeth II 1952 - 2022
Decimal DenominationFive Pounds
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