Queen Elizabeth II, Royal Mint, Ten Pounds, UK Five-Ounce Silver Proof Coin, 2020, Great Engravers II - The Three Graces R. A depiction of three female figures representing Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia with the inscription 'FOEDUS INVIOLABILE', struck in sterling silver, diameter 65mm, weight 156.3g, slabbed and graded by NGC as PF69, GE9.
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Sold for £800
Auction: Coins & Banknotes - Live Online, 27th Oct, 2022
This sale features a stunning selection of high-grade gold and silver coins, ranging from historic Sovereigns through to proof modern Royal Mint collectable issues such as the much sought after 1989 Royal Mint, Gold Proof Double Sovereign, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign 1489-1989 and the 2020 Royal Mint, UK Five-Ounce Silver Proof Coin, Great Engravers II - The Three Graces together with many more sensational Royal Mint gold and silver proof sets. Foreign gold coinage is also strongly represented with many beautiful American high-grade gold coins as well as gold coins from South Africa and Austria.
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