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POBJOY Pegasus - 2018 Reverse Frosted Silver Bullion

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2018 Reverse Frosted Silver Bullion Coin

Issued on behalf of the British Virgin Islands

Issue Limit: 50,000

Presented in a heat-sealed clear pack

Also available: 10, 20 and 50 pieces Set


In response to the amazing success of the 2017 Reverse Frosted Pegasus Bullion, Pobjoy Mint will produce a new 2018 design of the mythical horse. The design shows Pegasus, the mythical horse, rearing up with his wings spread.  Bullion coins are always a very attractive purchase due to their intrinsic metal value and bullion with a Reverse Frosted finish is an even more attractive purchase!

The obverse features the Pobjoy exclusive effigy design of HM Queen Elizabeth II with a reverse frosted effect. In order to maintain the exclusivity of this piece, no more than 50,000 of the 1oz Fine 999. Silver Reverse Frosted Bullion coins will be produced.



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"It has been my great privilege to meet and have live portrait sittings with the Queen at Buckingham Palace when in 1984 I was invited to design the third portrait to grace the coinage of her realm. I am therefore absolutely delighted to have been given the opportunity once again to create a contemporary further portrait in celebration of Her Majesty’s 90th year.  With this new effigy, I have sought to capture, for this truly special occasion, the Queen’s timeless grace, charm, and steadfastness."

I think we can agree that model and sculptor are past their prime. And Pobjoy have managed to make the bust version of the 90th birthday portrait look particularly awful. 

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2 hours ago, fehk2001 said:

Maybe in hand is much better ? We will know in the next few days :D

Just looks very college art student standard to me :ph34r:

The angles and proportions of it are just off 

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