Elizabeth II, £5 Prince Charles 70th Bubble Pack

Last year (2018) Prince Charles celebrated his 70th birthday. The Royal Mint issued a special commemorative £5 piece to honour the event. You have Prince Charles on one side and his Mother H. M. The Queen on the other side. It is a £5 piece that many collectors over looked. What with all the coins the Royal Mint is issuing it is not hard to over look something. We offer the Official Royal Mint bubble pack £5 issued for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday. As many of you know, the coins issued in the bubble packs are actually much better quality than the circulation issues. We call them Specimens to denote their much better quality. Own one of these 2018 Prince Charles £5 for his 70th birthday sealed in the original Royal Mint package for just £17.50, it may well be one you need.
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