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1986 Edinburgh XIII Commonwealth Games £2 Silver Proof

1986 Edinburgh XIII Commonwealth Games £2 Silver Proof Boxed
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The thirteenth Commonwealth Games opened in Edinburgh on 24 July 1986. This Two Pound silver proof coin, released to mark the occasion, was the first UK commemorative coin with a sporting theme. The obverse shows a portrait of Elizabeth II by Raphael Maklouf. The reverse features a design by British sculptor Norman Sillman which includes a Scottish thistle overlaid on Saint Andrew’s cross: both instantly recognisable symbols of Scotland. A great addition to any collection of Scottish or sporting memorabilia. From a limited issue of 75,000, struck in 15.98 grams of .925 sterling silver. You’ll receive this collectible coin in its original packaging from The Royal Mint with a certificate of authenticity.
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Obverse 

Third portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Raphael Maklouf. Legend: 'ELIZABETH · II · DEI · GRATIA · REGINA · F · D  · TWO POUNDS ·'.

Reverse

Designed by Norman Sillman. Centre features crown of laurel leaves and Scottish thistle on background of St Andrew’s cross. Above: '1986'.

Specification

15.98 grams of .925 sterling silver. Diameter: 28.40 millimetres. Struck to proof standard.

Presentation

From a limited mintage of 75,000 coins, presented in its original packaging from The Royal Mint with a certificate of authenticity.

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