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25 years of the £2 coin range


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https://www.royalmint.com/shop/limited-editions/celebrating-25-years-of-the-2-pound-coin/25-years-of-the-2-pound-commemorative-coins/

"The UK £2 coin, the largest circulating coin denomination in the United Kingdom, celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2022. In celebration, we have struck a special commemorative edition of the coin, a exclusive set which contains every definitive coinage portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that has appeared on the UK £2 coin, and a special set to celebrate the first UK nickel-brass £2."

Finally being released at 9am today!

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6 hours ago, paulmerton said:

https://www.royalmint.com/shop/limited-editions/celebrating-25-years-of-the-2-pound-coin/25-years-of-the-2-pound-commemorative-coins/

"The UK £2 coin, the largest circulating coin denomination in the United Kingdom, celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2022. In celebration, we have struck a special commemorative edition of the coin, a exclusive set which contains every definitive coinage portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that has appeared on the UK £2 coin, and a special set to celebrate the first UK nickel-brass £2."

Finally being released at 9am today!

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Thanks for sharing Paul. I wasn’t aware that this coin will be released today. I will be interested to see the sets.

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7 hours ago, StackemHigh said:

Does this only include the bi-metallic issues and not the previous 8  £2 coins.

The '86 commonwealth games, the peace doves and the london underground train are particularly nice coins from the commemorative range.

Just for your info - the previous 7 coins…..

 

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To any collectors of silver proof £2 coins on TSF, may I offer this little information.

The two rarest silver proof £2 coins are the definitive coins from 2014 and 2016. The 2014 "Technology" had a mintage of 368 and that of the 2016 "Britannia Renaissance" was 383. Both coins were only available in the RM annual silver set.

As regards the commemorative issues, the 2015 4th Portrait Magna Carta is the lowest at 684 (sets only), followed by the Benjamin Britten at 717.

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