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5 Pound Silver Coin “Legend of the Ravens” (GB)

Sterling silver (925/1000)

Item number: 149800348 2) Final price incl. VAT, plus shipping costs if applicable. The Tower of London in silver The world-famous fortress on the Thames has served as a royal palace, prison, armory and even a zoo. The issues of the new British commemorative coin series show four motifs particularly typical of this building. The first commemorative coin from the series in silver shows the motif “The Legend of the Ravens” Numismatic data: Motif: “The Legend of the Ravens” Material: sterling silver (925/1000) Minting quality / condition: mirror finish

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For the 40th birthday Prince William gets his own 5-pound coin

05/23/2022, 10:40 AM Will be 40 years old on June 21: Prince William. (Photo: picture alliance/dpa/PA Wire) Special gift for Prince William: on the occasion of his 40th birthday in June, the number two in the British line of succession will receive a surprise. A 5-pound coin with his likeness will pass through the hands of the British in the future. Meanwhile, another coin is not for everyone. A portrait of Prince William will appear on a 5-pound coin to mark his 40th birthday. It is the first time the Duke of Cambridge has appeared alone on an official British coin. The Royal Mint, the United Kingdom’s mint, unveiled the coin ahead of the prince’s milestone birthday on June 21. The coin, worth 5 pounds, will be unveiled ahead of Prince William’s 40th birthday. (Photo: picture alliance/dpa/Royal Mint/PA Media) His image on the coin is said to be based on a photo taken at a ceremony honoring Queen Elizabeth II in June 2018 at the British ambassador’s residence in Amman, Jordan, according to The Telegraph. It shows the duke in three-quarter profile, looking upward to the right. To the left of the portrait is the number 40, and to the right is the “W,” which stands for William. In addition to the 5-pound coin, there will be an accompanying limited edition gold coin.

“Devoted husband and loving father”

Clare Maclennan, director of commemorative coins at the Royal Mint, said the coin’s design is “a tribute to the maturity and grace” of Prince William, who has become a “senior member of the royal family, a devoted husband and a loving father to three children,” according to the report. The other side of the coin is said to feature an image of Queen Elizabeth II. The inscription on the edge of the coin reads, “HRH The Duke of Cambridge.” Prince William has only ever appeared on one official British coin: alongside his wife, Duchess Kate. The coin was issued in 2011 to mark the couple’s wedding. Prince William is second in line to the British throne behind his father Prince Charles. Together with Duchess Kate, he has three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Since the Queen has been struggling with mobility problems, the Cambridges are also taking on more and more appointments by proxy. Source: ntv.de, as/spot THEMES

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