First King Charles III portrait: UK Gold Proof 50p
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First King Charles III portrait: UK Gold Proof 50p

EVE5 QEII Memoriam Gold 50P Product Image Obverse Reverse

First King Charles III portrait: UK Gold Proof 50p

On 30th September 2022 The Royal Mint unveiled the UK’s official coin effigy for King Charles III which will be used on all future circulating coinage.

It has been designed by renowned British sculptor Martin Jennings, and following tradition, faces left, the opposite direction to Queen Elizabeth II.

It now features on a UK Gold Proof 50p issued to commemorate the life and legacy of the late Queen Elizabeth II…

  • Each UK 50p has been struck from 22ct Gold with a proof finish.
  • This coin is subject to a limited sales window – after the 31st December none will be available from the Royal Mint.
  • The reverse features a design reminiscent of the Queen’s first 1953 Coronation Crown, harking back to the start of her impressive reign.
  • Available in interest free instalments – secure yours with a deposit of just £119.50

This is the first UK coin to feature the portrait of King Charles III and is set to attract worldwide interest. Make sure you act now and secure yours.

UK 2022 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Gold Proof 50p

Price £1,195.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)
Application Ref: 185 EVE5 0
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Price £1,195.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)


  • Country of Issue: UK
  • Year of Issue: 2022
  • Denomination: 50p
  • Obverse Designer: Martin Jennings
  • Reverse Designer: Edgar Fuller and Cecil Thomas
  • Weight: 15.50g
  • Diameter: 27.30mm
  • Metal: 916.7 Gold
  • Finish: Proof

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
CPM does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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