A Historic Moment Captured in Fine Silver
When His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge was christened in 2013, it marked a rare moment in history. The happy family occasion was the first time since Queen Victoria’s reign that the monarch, her son, grandson and great-grandson were all gathered together. Despite their extraordinary royal lineage, the family are known for their down-to-earth attitude as they balance public service with decidedly ‘normal’ personal lives. As four generations of the Royal Family navigate the universal challenges and celebrations of life together, they can look forward to a whole host of family occasions in 2018. These happy events include a royal wedding, Prince George’s 5th birthday and the 65th anniversary of Her Majesty The Queen’s coronation.
The Royal Mint has struck this official United Kingdom coin to mark this important royal era. This edition of the coin has been struck in five ounces of fine silver with a 65mm diameter. The reverse design, created by renowned heraldic artist Timothy Noad, features oak branches inspired by the Royal Badge of the House of Windsor and the initials of each generation. Just 1,000 coins are available in this Limited Edition Presentation, each presented in a Royal Mint case accompanied by a booklet.
Four Generations of Royalty 2018 UK Silver Five-Ounce Coin
|Maximum Coin Mintage||1000|
|Alloy||999 Fine Silver|
|Reverse Designer||Timothy Noad|
|Obverse Designer||Jody Clark|
|Pure Metal Type||Silver|