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Our condolences to the Royal Family. How this would affect coins?

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Our condolences to the Royal Family on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

How this would affect the coins going forward? Especially the ten Tudor Beasts series. Will this make "The Lion of England" which has an effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on it appreciate in value later on or not?

Will the next release of the Tudor Beasts coin which could have King Charles on it appreciate in value since it would be the "first coin" with his effigy?


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Food for thought - decent grade coins:

1816 silver common

1817 gold common (1818 not so)

1887 extremely common (1888 quite scarce)

1893 common (1894 scarcer)

1902 common (1903 scarcer)

1937 common (1938 scarcer)

1953 common (1954 scarce)


Lots of people save the first examples of an issue.

I predict the 2008 UK coin issues are easy to find, but the 2009 much less so, same with 2015 and the new portrait.

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