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Want a £2 coin? That'll be £395


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COMMEMORATIVE £2 coins to mark the 300th anniversary of the Act of Union will cost up to £395, it was announced today.

 

That will buy one of just 750 gold versions of the coin (pictured), said the Royal Mint. A silver version with an issue of 10,000 will sell for £29.95.

 

The cheapest will be the `brilliant uncirculated' coin, of which 100,000 will be struck. It will cost £7.45. One side of the coin combines a rose for England, a thistle for Scotland and a portcullis for Parliament.

 

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/new...tll_be_395.html

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The cheapest will be the `brilliant uncirculated' coin, of which 100,000 will be struck. It will cost £7.45. One side of the coin combines a rose for England, a thistle for Scotland and a portcullis for Parliament.

Yes, that is the one I have. (Paid only £14.95 for the 2007 set, with a total face value of £5.88.) I wonder how many people in Scotland will buy that gold version ... :ninja:

 

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