The exclusive United States 65th anniversary Perth Mint coronation set has been released by the U.S. Money Reserve. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was broadcast to over 300 million people all over the world on June 2nd of 1953. Read more: US Money Reserve | Facebook and US Money Reserve | LinkedIn
After the years of war, she brought hope to the people. After 65 years, Australia’s Perth Mint and the U.S. Money Reserve have partnered to commemorate this important day in history.
The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 2018 coin set includes a 1 ounce silver proof coin, a 1/4 ounce gold proof coin and a 2 ounce gold proof coin. The Perth Mint struck these coins from 99.99% pure silver and 99.99% pure gold.
The 2 ounce gold proof coins have a very low mintage of only 250 coins. The U.S. Money Reserve is exclusively offering 203 complete sets. The CEO of the Perth Mint is Richard Hayes. He spoke of the pride he takes in the global partnership with the U.S. Money Reserve. He stated their commitment to excellence makes them an excellent partner.
The U.S. Reserve has paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in the past. In 2016 they released the 90th Birthday Proof Coin Set for Queen Elizabeth II. In 2017, the 2oz.
Platinum Coin commemorating the Royal Wedding’s 70 anniversary followed. The U.S. Reserve was also the exclusive distributor in the United States for the coin series commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor.
The reverse side of the 65th Anniversary Coronation Coin depicts the British monarchy’s defining symbol, St. Edwards crown. The symbol is on top of a stylized shield. The design is complimented by Australia’s golden wattle. This the country’s emblem and the official flower of every territory and state in Australia.
The design includes the P mark of the Perth Mint, the dates and the inscription for Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Elizabeth II wore the same crown made for King Charles II’s coronation in 1661. The television viewers were stunned by the intricate embroidery showcasing the yellow wattle flower.
The PCGS or the Professional Coin Grading Service has designated this coin with the First Strike label. This is the highest certified grade available. This means the coin is near flawless Proof 69 or museum quality Proof 70.
The coin also includes an individually numbered certificate of authenticity. This is a one year only design, highly collectible and legal tender coin struck from pure silver or gold.
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