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Royal Mint Pals £2 Coin


PhilB
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People quite often pay more than £10 for a £2 coin it depends on the silver content, for example the Silver Britannia £2 face value, 32 grammes of silver at .999 purity. However I note that Royal Mail do not specify its weight and purity.

Andy

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Wonder if, like the earlier 1914 Anniversary coin, which was initially sold on a similar basis, will this coin enter general circulation at some point?

Mike.

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No silver in it cupro nickel same as a normal coin

John

An ugly use for old tin cans if plated like 5&10p coins.

Coin of the Realm used to lie in the soil for hundreds, if not thousands of years. A modern 1-10p coin will loose its face within a year. As do the numerous fake £1 coins.

Pre 90's 1&2p coins are worth at least double face value as scrap.

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