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The NEW HRH Prince Philip Solid Silver Proof Commemorative Collection


 
 
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The NEW HRH Prince Philip Solid Silver Proof Commemorative Collection

NEW limited edition tribute issued in memory of The Duke of Edinburgh

  • Struck in Sterling Silver
  • Featuring official hallmarks
  • Only 999 sets worldwide

The NEW HRH Prince Philip Solid Silver Proof Commemorative Collection provides a fitting tribute to the Queen’s consort following his passing on Friday 9th April at the age of 99. Each of the three medals has been struck in 925/1000 Sterling Silver to the most pristine Proof finish and features a superb portrait of the Duke of Edinburgh who was married to Her Majesty for more than 73 years. The reverse also includes a wreath of laurel leaves, symbolising longevity and an anchor in respect of his naval career. A design inspired by the four symbols of the United Kingdom by leading heraldic artist, Timothy Noad sits on the obverses along with a series of official Assay Office hallmarks, verifying each commemorative’s precious metal content. Limited to only 999 sets worldwide, only a small allocation is now available at The Jubilee Mint while levels of demand remain high. Securely housed in a luxury Presentation Case and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

Metal:     925/1000 Sterling Silver
Quality:  Proof
Diameter:  22.00mm, 32.00mm & 38.61mm
Weight:  10.00g, 14.50g & 28.28g

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