Elizabeth II, £2 Uncirculated for Commonwealth Games, 1986

1986 Uncirculated £2 for Commonwealth Games. In 1986 the Royal Mint issued its first ever commemorative £2 coin. It was also the first ever non gold £2 coin. It was issued to honour the Commonwealth Games held in Edinburgh, Scotland. This is a fantastic coin, especially as it was the first commemorative £2 piece, the first non gold £2 piece and it was the old large sized £2 piece. The coins on offer are the Uncirculated examples issued for real usage. They are now 31 years old and getting more and more difficult to get.
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SKU: CLE7204
£12.95
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