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Picture of Elizabeth II, £2 Pair of Big Ben 2017 Silver Proofs Cased

Elizabeth II, £2 Pair of Big Ben 2017 Silver Proofs Cased

In 2017 the Royal Mint issued a £2 coin that contained one ounce of Pure Silver. We know because we sold the Uncirculated pieces. We thought that was all there was... But recently we bought from an overseas distributor, not one piece in Proof condition, but a pair of Proof pieces in their original Royal Mint case of issue. One coin is in Brilliant Proof and the other is in Reverse Proof condition. The mintage for the pair is only 800 pieces in each finish. We have never seen this set before and we're not even sure if it was ever even for sale in this country. Normally you would expect to pay £125-£150 for each of these two coins or £250-£300 for the pair. A fantastic chance to add this very low mintage pair of Silver Proofs to your collection at a much more interesting price. You get both silver Proof Big Ben £2 coins, one in Brilliant Proof, and the other in Reverse Proof. The pair is sold with its Royal Mint case for just £165.00
£145.00
Picture of Elizabeth II, £2 Piedfort, 1997

Elizabeth II, £2 Piedfort, 1997

In 1997 the Royal Mint issued the first of the current bi-metallic £2 pieces, the problem was how to strike them for collectors in Silver. The answer was to strike them in Sterling Silver and then to gold plate the outer ring so it would look like a bi-metallic piece. Many collectors have overlooked this series and to be honest we just don’t know why. The first of any series is important and these especially for the difficulty that the Mint faced in striking them. Here we offer the Piedfort Sterling Silver Proof £2.
£59.50
£2 Silver Britannia 2020_rev

Elizabeth II, £2 Silver Britannia 2020

We have just had our first supply of the NEW 2020 Silver Britannia. Each coin contains 1 ounce of pure silver, 31.1 grams, is in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition, and has a face value of £2.00. A beautiful and most reasonable series and one that you can add to your collection at a realistic price.
£45.50
Picture of Elizabeth II, £2 Silver Proof, 1986

Elizabeth II, £2 Silver Proof, 1986

In 1986 the Royal Mint issued its first ever non Gold Two Pound Piece. It was a commemorative for the Commonwealth Games which were held in Edinburgh, Scotland. It has a Scottish Thistle in the middle of the Scottish flag, with the cross of St. Andrew. The obverse has the so called Maklouf portrait of the Queen. They were struck in base metal for general circulation and in Proof Sterling Silver for collectors. Today these coins are getting more and more difficult to find. It is the first non Gold Two Pound piece and a commemorative.
£44.50
Picture of Elizabeth II, £2 Silver Proof, 1997

Elizabeth II, £2 Silver Proof, 1997

In 1997 the Royal Mint issued the first of the current bi-metallic £2 pieces, the problem was how to strike them for collectors in Silver. The answer was to strike them in Sterling Silver and then to gold plate the outer ring so it would look like a bi-metallic piece. Many collectors have overlooked this series and to be honest we just don’t know why. The first of any series is important and these especially for the difficulty that the Mint faced in striking them. Here we offer the Sterling Silver Proof £2.
£39.50
Picture of Elizabeth, £2 Silver Proof, 2009

Elizabeth, £2 Silver Proof, 2009

A dealer we know broke up some Royal Mint 2009 all Silver Proof Sets for the Kew Gardens 50p. We were able to buy the rest of the sets at a most reasonable price, which we are now passing on to you. There were six (6) sets, so there are just six of each of the following Sterling Silver Proof coins. Here we present the £2 in its Royal Mint Protective capsule, at this price it is well worth thinking about…
£34.50