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Elizabeth II 2011 proof Five Pounds PR70DCAM

Elizabeth II (1952 -), gold proof Five-Pounds, 2011, crowned head right, IRB initials below for designer Ian Rank-Broadley, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, ELIZABETH. II. DEI. GRA REGINA. FID. DEF, rev. St George and dragon right, date in exergue, PISTRUCCI in full to upper left of exergue, for designer Benedetto Pistrucci, broader rim (S.4403). Originally issued in Royal Mint sets, lustrous mint state, in PCGS holder graded PR70 DEEP CAMEO.

PCGS Certification 504897.70/35334147.

Official mintage: 2,000

The Latin legend translates as "Queen Elizabeth the second, by the grace of God, Defender of the Faith."

This reverse design revived that used for the earliest modern Five Pound piece issued as a memorial to King George III dated 1820. That particular piece had a mintage of only 25 lettered edge pieces and today is one of the top five most valuable British coins.

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