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Get your rare UK Gold Coin from Provident Metals now! Only 25,000 minted worldwide.
Each gold coin contains 1.177 troy ounces of gold and arrives in BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED condition.
Coins may or may not come packaged in the original Royal Mint card.
Celebrate the legend of St. George and the Dragon when you invest in the 1984 UK 5 Pound Gold BU coin from Provident Metals. Each piece was produced at the Royal Mint and is composed of 1.177 troy ounces of gold bullion.
The reverse boasts an image of Saint George slaying a dragon designed by distinguished engraver, Benedetto Pistrucci. George rides valiantly on his horse with his sword in hand as the monster lies underneath. The date is inscribed below the action.
A stupendous portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is depicted on the obverse. The inscription reads ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA FD.
Pistrucci first created the St. George and Dragon design for British gold coins and crowns during the Great Recoinage of 1816. The courageous illustration has lived on for generations celebrating the tale of George riding in on his horse to save the princess from being fed to a dragon in Silene, Libya.
With a limited mintage of just 25,000 coins worldwide, you must follow St. George’s lead and act swiftly to secure your investment today.
The Royal Mint
The Royal Mint was established by the Queen in 1968 to prepare for the introduction of decimal coinage. Its headquarters in Llantrisant, South Wales produce nearly five billion coins for an average of 60 countries per year.
While the Royal Mint is an export leader, its chief responsibility is to manufacture and deliver coins, blanks and official medals for the United Kingdom.
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