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  • 1990 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece ()
    1990 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece

    Gold Two Pound pieces are also sometimes referred to as 'Double Sovereigns', as they are double the weight of a gold sovereign.
    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin.

    Queen Elizabeth II's third portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Raphael Maklouf.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 716 individually boxed gold proof two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1990.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1990 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £795.00
  • 1988 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece £2 ()
    1988 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece £2


    The 1988 gold proof two pounds piece features St. George slaying the dragon on the reverse of the coin. It is made of 22 carat gold, and weighs 15.98 grams. The 1988 gold proof two pounds piece comes housed in its original Royal Mint green leatherette presentation case with a certificate of authenticity.
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    £645.00
  • 2009 Gold Proof 'Robert Burns' Two Pounds Piece ()
    2009 Gold Proof 'Robert Burns' Two Pounds Piece

    The 'Robert Burns' two pounds piece was one of two commemorative two pounds designs issued by the Royal Mint in 2009.
    The coin commemorates the 250th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns. Depicted on the reverse is a quote from the song Auld Lang Syne 'WE'LL TAK A CUP A' KINDNESS YET, FOR AULD LANG SYNE', the calligraphy of which is based on the handwriting of Robert Burns with the inscription '1759 ROBERT BURNS 1796' and the denomination 'TWO POUNDS'. The edge inscription reads 'SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint wooden case with outer black card box, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 1,000 gold proof 'Robert Burns' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2009.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2009 gold proof 'Robert Burns' two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £725.00
  • 2005 Gold Proof 'Gunpowder Plot' Two Pounds Piece ()
    2005 Gold Proof 'Gunpowder Plot' Two Pounds Piece

    The 2005 two pounds piece commemorates the 400th anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot.
    Designed by Peter Forrster, the reverse depicts an arrangement of crosiers, maces and swords, surrounded by stars, with the dates '1605' and '2005' above, and the denomination 'TWO POUNDS' below. The edge inscription reads 'REMEMBER REMEMBER THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 914 gold proof 'Gunpowder Plot' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2005.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2005 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £695.00
  • 1992 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece ()
    1992 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece

    Gold Two Pound pieces are also sometimes referred to as 'Double Sovereigns', as they are double the weight of a gold sovereign.
    Benedetto Pistrucci's famous portrayal of St. George slaying the dragon is depicted on the reverse of the coin.

    Queen Elizabeth II's third portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Raphael Maklouf.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 476 individually boxed gold proof two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1992.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1992 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £795.00
  • 2001 Gold Proof 'Marconi' Two Pounds Piece ()
    2001 Gold Proof 'Marconi' Two Pounds Piece

    The 2001 two pounds piece commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Marconi.
    Designed by Robert Evans, the reverse depicts decorative radio waves emanating from a spark of electricity, linking the zeros of the date to represent the generation of the signal that crossed the Atlantic, with the date '2001' and denomination 'TWO POUNDS'. The edge inscription reads WIRELESS BRIDGES THE ATLANTIC MARCONI 1901'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 1,658 gold proof 'Marconi' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2001.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2001 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £695.00
  • 2004 Gold Proof 'Steam Locomotive' Two Pounds Piece ()
    2004 Gold Proof 'Steam Locomotive' Two Pounds Piece

    The 2004 two pounds piece commemorates the 200th anniversary of Trevithick's Locomotive Penydarren for the railway.
    Designed by Robert Lowe, the reverse depicts Trevithick's Locomotive Penydarren, and the denomination 'TWO POUNDS' surrounded by a cog representing the Industrial Revolution, and the inscription 'R. TREVITHICK 1804 INVENTION INDUSTRY PROGRESS 2004'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 1,500 gold proof 'Steam Locomotive' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2004.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2004 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £695.00
  • 1999 Gold Proof 'Rugby' Two Pounds Piece ()
    1999 Gold Proof 'Rugby' Two Pounds Piece

    The 1999 two pounds piece commemorates the 1999 Rugby World Cup.
    Designed by Ron Dutton, the reverse depicts a rugby ball and goal posts in the centre surrounded by a stylised stadium with the denomination 'TWO POUNDS' and the date '1999'. The edge inscription reads 'RUGBY WORLD CUP 1999'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 311 gold proof 'Rugby' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1999.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1999 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £795.00
  • 1994 Gold Proof 'Bank of England' Two Pounds Piece MULE Variety ()
    1994 Gold Proof 'Bank of England' Two Pounds Piece MULE Variety

    The 1994 gold proof two pounds piece was issued by the Royal Mint to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Bank of England. Designed by Leslie Durbin, the reverse shows the Bank's original Corporate Seal, with Crown and Cyphers of King William III and Queen Mary II.
    Queen Elizabeth II's third portrait can be seen on the obverse of the coin, designed by Raphael Maklouf. However, the 'Mule' variety features a slightly different obverse design compared to the rest of the issue.
    The Royal Mint unintentionally struck a number of pieces using the die for double sovereigns. The main difference between the two dies being the double sovereign die does not include the denomination 'Two Pounds' (You can see on the picture of the obverse the words 'Two Pounds' are not present).
    In 1994, the Royal Mint wrote to retail customers explaining the error, inviting them to return any error coins for replacement with an example featuring the correct design. It is not known how many people did this, or how many error examples were produced. 
    The overall mintage for the 1994 gold proof two pounds is 1,000. Mintage estimates for the Mule variety alone vary from 50 pieces to 200 pieces. Either way, the error example is very rare!
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1994 Mule variety gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £2,295.00
  • 2003 Gold Proof 'DNA' Two Pounds Piece ()
    2003 Gold Proof 'DNA' Two Pounds Piece

    The 2003 two pounds piece commemorates the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA.
    Designed by John Mills, the reverse depicts the spiralling double helix structure of DNA with the inscription 'DNA DOUBLE HELIX', and dates '1953' and '2003' seperated by the denomination 'TWO POUNDS'. The edge inscription reads 'DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 1,500 gold proof 'DNA' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2003.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2003 gold two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £695.00
  • 2007 Gold Proof 'Act of Union' Two Pounds Piece ()
    2007 Gold Proof 'Act of Union' Two Pounds Piece

    The 'Act of Union' two pounds piece was one of two commemorative two pounds designs issued by the Royal Mint in 2007.
    The coin commemorates the 300th anniversary of the Act of Union between England and Scotland.
    Designed by Yvonne Holton, the reverse is divided into four quarters, with a rose and thistle occupying two of the quarters, and a portcullis in each of the other two quarters. The whole is overlaid with a linking jigsaw motif and surrounded by the dates '1707' and '2007', and the denomination 'TWO POUNDS'. The edge inscription reads 'UNITED INTO ONE KINGDOM'.
    Queen Elizabeth II's fourth portrait can be seen on the obverse, designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The outer disc is made of 'red' gold, with the inner disc being 'yellow' gold.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 750 gold proof 'Act of Union' two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 2007.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 2007 gold proof 'Act of Union' two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £895.00
  • 1989 Gold Proof Two Pound Piece ()
    1989 Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece

    Gold Two Pound pieces are also sometimes referred to as 'Double Sovereigns', as they are double the weight of a gold sovereign.
    To commemorate the 500th anniversary of the gold sovereign, a completely new design was created for the 1989 sovereign series. A design similar to that of the first gold sovereign issued in 1489 was chosen. 
    For the obverse impression, a representation Of Ourself as at Our Coronation, seated in King Edward's Chair, having received the Sceptre with the Cross and the Rod with the Dove, all within the circumscription 'ELIZABETH.II.DEI.GRA.REG.FID.DEF' can be seen.
    The reverse depicts a Shield of Our Royal Arms ensigned by an open Royal Crown, the whole superimposed upon a double Rose (Known as the 'Tudor Rose'), and with the circumscription 'ANNIVERSARY OF THE GOLD SOVEREIGN 1489 - 1989'.
    Both the obverse and reverse designs were created by Bernard Sindall.

    The two pounds piece is made of solid 22 carat gold (Gold Fineness of 0.916), and weighs 15.98 grams. It has a diameter of 28.40mm.
    The coin is housed in its original Royal Mint acrylic screw top capsule, presented in its Royal Mint green leatherette case, accompanied with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
    Only 2,000 individually boxed gold proof two pounds pieces were issued by the Royal Mint in 1989.

    *We are always interested in purchasing 1989 gold proof two pounds pieces and offer fair market prices. Our contact details can be found at the bottom of the page.
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    £925.00
  • 2015 Royal Navy Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece £2 ()
    2015 Royal Navy Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece £2

    The gold proof two pounds piece commemorates the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One, and the Royal Navy's contribution to victory. The gold proof two pounds piece is made of 22 carat gold, and weighs 15.98 grams. It comes housed in its original Royal Mint presentation case, with outer black card box, accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.
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    £1,095.00
  • 1911 King George V Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece £2 Graded NGC PF64 ()
    1911 King George V Gold Proof Two Pounds Piece £2 - Graded NGC PF-64


    The 1911 gold proof two 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 two pound piece weighs 15.98 grams and is made of solid 22 carat gold.
    Only 2,812 gold proof two pounds pieces were minted in 1911.

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    £4,250.00
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