The Prince Charles 70th Birthday £5 Coin Collection

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The Prince Charles 70th Birthday £5 Coin Collection

 A limited edition collection in honour of Prince Charles’ landmark 70th Birthday 

  •  All plated in either pure Silver or 24-Carat Gold
  • One coin expertly accented in Rhodium-Platinum
  • Housed in a luxury Presentation Case 

Celebrate His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales’ historic 70th Birthday with this £5 coin collection. Officially approved by Buckingham Palace, each magnificent £5 coin in the 3-piece set has been struck to a high Proof-like finish and accented in a layer of either pure Silver or 24-Carat Gold. On the reverses are is a specially commissioned portrait of our future king, which is expertly enhanced in Rhodium-Platinum, a precious and sought-after metal, on one of the £5 coins. Also included are the years 1948, when Prince Charles was born the eldest child of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, and 2018, coinciding with his milestone birthday. Appearing on the obverse is an official portrait of Her Majesty the Queen, the Prince’s mother. Due to a worldwide edition limit of only 2,018 sets worldwide, early ordering is advised. Includes a luxury Presentation Case with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Metal:  Copper plated in pure Silver or 24-Carat Gold 
Finish: Selective Rhodium-Platinum on one coin
Quality:    Proof-like
Weight: 25.00g
Diameter:  38.61mm
Country of issue:  Alderney (legal tender in Alderney only)
Denomination:  £5
Year of issue:  2018

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