The fifth UK coin portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Jody Clark, adorns the obverse of this UK coin. The lettering reads: 'ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 5 POUNDS · 2020 ·'.
Chris Facey designed this 2020 coin's reverse. He drew inspiration from the instruments each band member played and masterfully crafted them for this design. Sharp-eyed observers will to able to spot the keys pressed down on the piano to the opening tune of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. The text in the centre reads 'QUEEN'.
999 fine silver UK coin. Weight: 62.42 grams. Diameter: 40.00 millimetres. Face value: £5 / Five Pounds. Finish: proof.
From a limited issue of just 500 Music Legends coins, minted for this presentation by The Royal Mint in 2020. Offered in original presentation case with numbered certificate of authenticity enclosed.
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Elizabeth II (1952-2022)
£5 / Five Pound
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Proof - Boxed with certificate of authenticity
- 2020 silver proof Queen 2oz coin from The Royal Mint
- High-quality finish, ideal for collectors
- First release in the popular Music Legends series
- Chris Facey's reverse design pays tribute to the band
- Struck in 62.42 grams of 999 fine silver
- Diameter: 38.61 millimetres
- Face value: £5 / Five Pounds (Crown)
- Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Jody Clark on obverse
- Brian May and Rodger Taylor approved this piece
- From a limited edition of just 500
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