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westminstrel

New St. George and Dragon Two Pound Silver Coin

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16 minutes ago, Shinus73 said:

An ounce of 9999 silver.

Potentially a new yearly bullion coin?

 It does mention the below (emphasis theirs!), By the sounds of it though it might just be a continuous run of the same design.

Either way, if it's the classic george/dragon then i'll be alllll over that. It'd look like a modern crown!

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DETERMINING THE SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN FOR A NEW SERIES OF TWO POUND SILVER COINS

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Oh gee! I hope this won’t be another annual series. I wish they’d leave coins/designs like these for actual commemorative occasions, otherwise the coins just cease being special imo (especially if they’re proofs and not bullion).

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