Elizabeth II, £5 Platinum Wedding Piedfort 2017

In 2017 the Queen and Prince Philip celebrated their Platinum Wedding Anniversary, 1947-2017. To honour this most important event the Royal Mint issued a special commemorative £5 coin in Proof, Sterling Silver. For their VIP Collectors, they also issued this coin in double thickness Sterling Silver called a Piedfort. This coin has the Queen on horseback and was sold by the Mint at £155.00. The first 500 were sold to a marketing company in the United States. They had them protectively slabbed and graded, this one is 70 out of 70 just as perfect as you can get. The label records both the grade and the fact that it is one of the first 500 pieces struck. But what they haven’t played up is the reverse of the coin. It portrays the Queen and Prince Philip in a close-up conjoined portrait after 60 years of marriage. Royal Mint issue price £155.00 plus at least £15.00 extra for slabbing it, but instead of costing you £170.00, it can be yours for just £110.00! The portrait alone is worth the cost…
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£110.00

Slabbed PF69 Ultra Cameo, one of the first 500 struck

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