Harry & Meghan £5 (Wedding) BP

This is a difficult one. In 2018 the Royal Mint issued a £5 to honour the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Since then the brown stuff has hit the fan. The couple left this country and as far as we are concerned it is for the better. But we have just found some of these £5 pieces in the Royal Mint bubble packs. We don’t think there will ever be another coin from this country about the couple, as they have left a rather bad taste in many peoples mouth. Perhaps this crownsized piece will become the key to the series or perhaps not. We have 72 pieces in stock and when they are gone, we certainly will not be having any more. Your chance to own a Harry & Meghan £5 in the Bubble Pack. Who knows what will happen?
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SKU: CLD7207
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