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for sale 2018 Royal Wedding Coin Range

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The Royal Mint has issued a range of £5 coins to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

Coins are available in Cupro-Nickel, Silver Proof, Piedfort and Gold Proof

please click on the link below for more details:

Estimated delivery time 2-3 weeks

https://www.thecoinconnection.co.uk/product-category/2018-royal-wedding/

 

 

Celebrating the Royal Wedding - HRH Prince Harry  Ms. Meghan Markle 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof Coin in case Right - UK18RWSP.png

Celebrating the Royal Wedding - HRH Prince Harry  Ms. Meghan Markle 2018 UK £5 Gold Proof Coin in case right - UK18RWGP.png

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It really is a shocker, as was this.

And I'm sure there are many other baulk worthy designs of coins out there. 

It would be really satisfying, funds permitting to buy all these trashy coins up and commission @BackyardBullion, @SilverStan or @Ollie1016 to turn them into something nice to look at.

Edited by richatthecroft

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On 01/05/2018 at 21:24, richatthecroft said:

It really is a shocker, as was this.

And I'm sure there are many other baulk worthy designs of coins out there.

Melt them down and turn them into Sovereigns!

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16 minutes ago, Harry said:

The whole concept is gross. Not every occasion requires a coin! Somebody please tell the Royal Mint! 

Royal mint is creating low mintage five pound coins if you look into their five pound mintage , they know that 

 

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