Elizabeth II, £50 Britannia Fine Silver 2015 Brilliant Unc

A new coin in a new denomination is a rare event yet this issue from 2015 seemed to go almost unnoticed. This is the very first UK £50 coin and it also features Britannia standing holding a trident and shield in front of a globe. They were only issued in BU, no proofs exist and the mintage was relatively low at 78,644. We recently bought a group of them in their original Royal Mint packaging.
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SKU: CLF7420
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Attribute nameAttribute value
MonarchElizabeth II 1952 - 2022
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