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  • 2001 Victorian Anniversary Gold Proof Frosted Crown £5 ()
    2001 Victoria Anniversary Gold Proof Frosted Crown

    The 2001 gold proof crown was issued to commemorate the centenary of the death of Queen Victoria. Two different gold versions were minted, the standard gold proof, and the frosted gold proof. The frosted gold proof five pounds, also referred to as the matt gold proof five pounds features a frosted field, with a highly polished royal portrait on the obverse.
    The frosted gold proof crown was only issued within the 2001 Victoria Anniversary gold proof collection, and has a small mintage of 750.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. 
    The gold crown has a weight of 39.94 grams.


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    £2,995.00
  • 1993 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    1993 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's third portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Raphael Maklouf.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 906 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1993.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1993 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 1995 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    1995 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's third portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Raphael Maklouf.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1995.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1995 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 1996 Gold Proof '70th Birthday' Crown (Five Pounds) ()
    1996 Gold Proof '70th Birthday' Crown

    The 1996 gold proof crown was issued to commemorate the 70th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
    The reverse features a design by Avril Vaughan, showing a representation of Windsor Castle with five flag poles, two holding forked pennants with anniversary dates '1926' and '1996', the other flags being  the Royal Arms, the Union flag and Our Personal Flag. The edge inscription  reads 'VIVAT REGINA ELIZABETHA'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's third portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Raphael Maklouf.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint blue leatherette presentation case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold crown has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 2,127 gold proof crowns were issued by the Royal Mint in 1996.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1996 Gold Proof Crowns and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page
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    £2,095.00
  • 1998 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    1998 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1998.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1998 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 1999 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    1999 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1999.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1999 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 2000 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2000 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2000.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2000 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 2001 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2001 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2001.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2001 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 2002 Brilliant Uncirculated 'Shield' Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2002 Brilliant Uncirculated 'Shield' Gold Five Pounds Piece

    To commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, a new design was created for the 2002 sovereign series. The reverse depicts The Shield of Arms of Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland within an open wreath of laurel, ensigned by Our Royal Crown.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.

    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,370 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2002.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2002 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,795.00
  • 2004 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2004 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2004.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2004 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 2005 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2005 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    A new portrayal of St George slaying the dragon was depicted on the reverse of the 2005 sovereign series. The modernistic design was created by Timothy Noad.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint green velvet case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 936 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2005.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2005 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,795.00
  • 2009 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2009 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. The design is based on the original pattern piece of 1820 with the designer's name 'PISTRUCCI' , shown in full in the exergue, and with a broader rim.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint wooden case, with outer black card box, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2009.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2009 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page
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    £1,695.00
  • 2010 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    2010 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. The design is based on the original pattern piece of 1820 with the designer's name 'PISTRUCCI' , shown in full in the exergue, and with a broader rim.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint wooden case, with outer black card box, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,000 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2010.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2010 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 2010 Gold Proof 'Restoration of Monarchy' Crown (Five Pounds) ()
    2010 Gold Proof 'Restoration of Monarchy' Crown

    The 2010 gold proof crown was issued to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the Restoration of the Monarchy.
    The reverse features a design by David Cornell, depicting a crown above a spray of oak leaves, interlinked 'C's and the date '1660'. The inscription above reads 'RESTORATION OF THE MONARCHY', with the denomination 'FIVE POUNDS' below. The edge inscription reads 'A QUIET AND PEACEFUL POSSESSION'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint wooden case, with outer black card box, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold crown has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 1,200 gold proof crowns were issued by the Royal Mint in 2010.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2010 Gold Proof Crowns and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page
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    £2,195.00
  • 1988 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece ()
    1988 Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Five Pounds Piece

    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin. A small circled 'U' to the left of the date means the coin is of BU quality.
    Queen Elizabeth II's uncouped third portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Raphael Maklouf.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint wooden case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold five pounds piece has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 3,315 BU gold five pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1988.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1988 Brilliant Uncirculated gold five pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,695.00
  • 2007 Gold Proof 'Diamond Wedding' Crown (Five Pounds) ()
    2007 Gold Proof 'Diamond Wedding' Crown

    The 2007 gold proof crown was issued to commemorate the Diamond Wedding Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
    The reverse was designed by Emma Noble and depicts the Rose Window of Westminster Abbey with the inscription 'TVEATVR VNITA DEVS'. The obverse features a conjoint portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint purple velvet presentation case and outer purple card box, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold crown has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 2,380 gold proof crowns were issued by the Royal Mint in 2007.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2007 Gold Proof Crowns and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,895.00
  • 2006 Gold Proof '80th Birthday' Crown (Five Pounds) ()
    2006 Gold Proof '80th Birthday' Crown

    The 2006 gold proof crown was issued to commemorate the 80th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
    The reverse shows a fanfare of regal trumpets with the inscription 'VIVAT REGINA' and the dates '1926' and '2006', designed by Danuta Solowiej. The obverse features Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The coin is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold fineness of 0.916), and is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule. The coin is presented in its Royal Mint purple velvet presentation case and outer purple card box, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    The gold crown has a weight of 39.94 grams.

    Only 2,750 gold proof crowns were issued by the Royal Mint in 2006.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2006 Gold Proof Crowns and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £1,895.00
  • 1902 King Edward VII Gold Matt Proof Five Pounds Piece PCGS PR63 ()
    1902 King Edward VII Gold Matt Proof Five Pounds Piece PCGS PR63


    The 1902 gold matt proof five pounds piece was only issued in the 1902 13 coin proof set. The £5 piece features St George slaying the dragon on the reverse, and King Edward VII's portrait on the obverse. Gold £5 pieces are made of 22 carat gold, and weigh 39.94 grams. The coin is in fantastic condition, and been graded by PCGS as PR63.
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    £10,500.00
  • 1911 Gold Proof Five Pounds Piece £5 Obverse
    1911 King George V Gold Proof Five Pounds Piece £5 ()
    1911 King George V Gold Proof Five Pounds Piece £5


    The 1911 gold proof five pounds piece was originally issued as part of the 1911 Coronation Long proof set (£5 to Maundy Penny).
    King George V's portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, and Benedetto Pistrucci's portrayal of St George and the dragon is depicted on the reverse.
    The gold proof five pound piece weighs 39.94 grams and is made of solid 22 carat gold.
    Only 2,812 gold proof five pounds pieces were minted in 1911.
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    £8,250.00
  • 1981 Royal Mint Gold Proof Five Pounds Piece
    1981 Gold Proof Five Pounds Piece £5 ()
    1981 Gold Proof Five Pounds Piece £5


    The 1981 gold proof five pounds piece £5 was the first modern gold proof five pounds piece to be individually issued by the Royal Mint.
    Queen Elizabeth II's second portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin (Designed by Arnold Machin), and Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse.
    The coin weighs 39.94 grams and is made of solid 22 carat gold.
    The gold £5 is housed in a tan coloured leatherette presentation case with a certificate of authenticity.
    It is estimated up to 6,000 examples were issued by the Royal Mint, individually and as part of the 1981 collection.
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    £2,750.00
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