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1986 Edinburgh Commonwealth Games Circulated Two Pound Coin

1986 Edinburgh Commonwealth Games Circulated Two Pound Coin Reverse
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Add the UK’s first commemorative Two Pound to your collection today! These 1986 coins were released to celebrate the thirteenth Commonwealth Games which opened in Edinburgh on 24 July 1986. The games were the second to be held in the Scottish capital and welcomed 1,660 athletes from 27 different countries. This nickel-brass £2 coin is one of 8,212,184 issued by The Royal Mint. At the time, UK Two Pounds were a purely single metal coin, designed for collectors and distinct from the later bimetallic circulation coins. The heads side shows an elegant and youthful portrait of Queen Elizabeth II while the tails side features a simple, graphic design by British sculptor Norman Sillman. Sillman’s design centres on a thistle with a Saint Andrew’s cross behind: both instantly recognisable symbols of Scotland. The edge reads 'XIII COMMONWEALTH GAMES SCOTLAND'. This 1986 official UK coin makes a great addition to any collection of Scottish or sporting memorabilia and is a key acquisition for change collectors. You won’t find these Commonwealth Games Two Pounds in your change but when you buy from us you’re guaranteed an example in top-grade condition, delivered free to UK addresses.

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Product Summary

Product Code:
86SCG£2
Stock Remaining:
78
Material:
Base Metal Alloy
Monarch:
Elizabeth II (1952-2022)
Denomination:
£2 / Two Pound
Country:
United Kingdom
Finish:
Circulated
Weight:
15.98g
New / Pre-owned:
Pre-owned
Condition:
Circulated - May show some signs of wear
Diameter:
28.40mm

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