Elizabeth II, Red Leather Deluxe Proof Set Special, 1997

The 1997 Proof Set is a heck of a Proof Set. It contains 10 coins and boy are there some interesting ones included. Most importantly this is the Deluxe Set in the case of issue. You get the 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p large 50p, small 50p, English £1, £2 (the first of the bimetallic issue), £5 issued for the 50th wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip. It is a crowded set which also includes the Official Royal Mint dated medallion. We bought a nice group of these sets and we are going to offer them at what we think is a good price. Some dealers are breaking the sets up and charging far more for the single coin. You can own this 10 coin 1997 Proof Set for just £49.50, which I think is a bargain price.
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SKU: UPS97D
£59.50
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