Trafalgar Square £100 Coin | The Royal Mint

Trafalgar Square 2016 UK £100 Fine Silver Coin

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Average rating of 4 out of 5
  • The third coin in our £100 coin series - the first two sold out completely!
  • Designed by two Royal Mint coin designers
  • Strictly limited to three per household
  • Commemorative coins are generally treasured for their aesthetic and collectable value
  • All commemorative and circulating coins made by The Royal Mint are legal tender. However, only circulating coins are designed to be spent
Product code: UK16100P
Limited Edition Presentation: 45,000


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Heart of the Capital

The Trafalgar Square 2016 UK £100 Fine Silver Coin is the latest in the Commemorative fine silver coin series. Architect John Nash designed Trafalgar Square as a cultural space, open to the public. Its focal point is Nelson’s Column with its statue of Admiral Lord Nelson, gazing down on everything below. It honours his victory against the Spanish and French at the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805. Trafalgar Square is also a showcase for British art and sculpture with the National Gallery housed on the north side.

Pride of London

Since it was officially named in the 1830s it has remained a living square at the heart of the capital. Thousands of people visit every year while Edwin Landseer’s famous bronze lions, guarding the base of Nelson’s Column, remain a tourist favourite. On New Year’s Eve, and during significant celebrations, such as royal weddings, it fills with people celebrating or sporting Union Jack flags. It is also a popular place for people to gather, attend political protests or hold vigils in times of national crisis.

About the coin

The Trafalgar Square 2016 UK £100 coin is the third in the £100 Commemorative fine silver series designed by Royal Mint coin designers Glyn Davies and Laura Clancy. Previous £100 coins have featured their designs for Big Ben and Buckingham Palace.

One of Edwin Landseer’s bronze lions takes centre stage while Nelson’s Column stands in the distance, conveying the square’s sense of space.

Their design was modeled in clay rather than traditional plaster, creating a more fluid, sketch-like appearance.

Commemorative coins are generally treasured for their aesthetic and collectable value, or for their rarity. Collectors appreciate the detailed hand-finished processes and expert skills used to make them.

All coins made by The Royal Mint are legal tender, whether commemorative or circulating. However, only circulating legal tender coins are designed to be spent and traded at businesses and banks.

This coin is a commemorative coin so banks, post offices and shops will not accept them.
If individual customers wish to discuss the return of this coin now or in the future please contact our customer services team on 0345 6088 300.

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Trafalgar Square 2016 UK £100 Fine Silver Coin

Denomination £100
Maximum Coin Mintage 45,000
Alloy 999 fine silver
Weight 62.86g
Diameter 40.00mm
Reverse Designer Laura Clancy and Glyn Davies
Obverse Designer Jody Clark
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Edge Milled

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£100 trafalgar

Rated 5 out of 5
03 September 2016

Brilliant as usual

Back on track

Rated 3 out of 5
31 July 2016

The Big Ben coin was beautiful. The Buckingham Palace coin was a disappointment (to me). The Trafalgar Square coin is nice. Marble Arch would make a nice 4th Issue but after that I think that the series should focus on Britain rather than London. The Angel of the North would look better on a silver coin than it does in real life. Studland Bay in Dorset the Welsh Valleys, The Scottish Highlands, The Lake District or any other Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty [AONB on Google Maps]. Make this series BRITISH rather than London-ish....

A great coin

Rated 5 out of 5
25 June 2016

A great clean coin, with great content that was delivered quickly. I can`t wait for the next one.

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