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2003 GB Coronation Jubilee £5 Gold Proof Coin - PF69 Ultra Cameo*

In 2003, the Royal Mint issued 3,000 Gold Proof £5 coins (aka Quintuple Sovereigns, or Crowns) for the Coronation Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. This coin is 22 carat purity.

In a break from convention, both sides of the coin were styled by artist Tom Phillips, whose works for the Royal Mint also included the special edition Samuel Johnson 50p proof gold coin and the 2016 Shakespeare £5 coin.

On the back, the coin says 2003 Coronation Jubilee Five Pounds around the outer rim, with 'GOD SAVE THE QUEEN' as a centre inscription. The front has a profile portrait of Elizabeth in linear form, with the traditional words 'ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F D' around the edge. This translates to 'By the grace of God, Queen'.

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Year: 2003
NGC Mint State: PF69 Ultra Cameo
Pure Gold Content: 36.613g
Coin Weight: 39.94g
Fineness: 916.7
Country: United Kingdom
CGT Free: Yes
Vendor: The Royal Mint
Dimensions: 35mm diameter

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2003 GB Coronation Jubilee £5 Gold Proof Coin - PF69 Ultra Cameo*

2003 GB Coronation Jubilee £5 Gold Proof Coin - PF69 Ultra Cameo*

£4,999.00
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