Elizabeth II, 1985 Royal Mint Deluxe Proof Set

Just as we were moving from our old premisses, we had a large parcel of Deluxe Proof Sets come in. We had made an offer on them months ago, and they finally arrived! We are offering this 1985 Deluxe Proof Sett them at an incredible price because we don't have anywhere to store them...
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In 1971 the Royal Mint issued its first Decimal Proof Set with the denomination 'New Pence' to differentiate it from the pre-decimal coinage. In 1982 they finally dropped the 'New' from the coins and the denomination is just 'Pence'. Offered here is the Proof Set from 1998.