Elizabeth II, (Queen’s 80th Birthday 13 Coins) 2006 Silver Proof Set

Issued in 2006 for the Queen’s 80th birthday, this is a collection of all the coins made at the time, but all struck in Proof Sterling Silver. You get the £5 piece, £2 piece, and £1 with the bridge, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p, 2p, and 1p, plus the four-coin Maundy Collection. This is a fantastic set of coins, which you would have to pay almost £300 today JUST for the Maundy set. The whole collection of 9 coins, plus the 4 coin Maundy Set comes in a large blue deluxe presentation case with an illustrated booklet/certificate. Very limited availability.
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SKU: CLV8769
£395.00

13 coin all-silver proof set issued in 2006 to celebrate the Queen’s 80th birthday which includes the scarce Maundy Set.

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