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Elizabeth II, 20 Pence Piedfort, 1982

In 1982 the Royal Mint introduced a new denomination, the 20 Pence Piece. As most collectors are aware, it was in fact not a new denomination, but a recreation of the Double Florin which was issued under Queen Victoria from 1887-1890. This coin had many sides and the public immediately liked it. The Royal Mint issued a small quantity of these coins in Sterling Silver Proof but they were double the normal thickness and are called a Piedfort. This is the first Piedfort that the Royal Mint allowed collectors to buy and has proved to be very popular. They are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and come in a blue Royal Mint case of issue.
£54.50

Elizabeth II, 20p Sterling Silver, 1996

In 1996 the Royal Mint did something they had never done before. They issued a Proof Set of the then current 1996 coins but, every coin was struck in Proof Sterling Silver. You have the 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p 50p and £1 all struck in Proof Sterling Silver. Here we present the 20p.
£35.00

Elizabeth II, EU 50p Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998

In 1973 they issued a commemorative 50 Pence to honour our membership in the European Union or EU. In 1998 they issued a second EU 50 Pence to honour our 25th Anniversary of membership of the European Union. In 1973 they issued the coins in cupronickel and cupronickel Proof, in 1998 they issued them in cupronickel, Sterling Silver and Sterling Silver Piedfort. It is these two Sterling Silver Proofs that we now offer you. The design is a group of star shaped flowers with stars in the middle to represent the EU membership, today they would have to picture a jungle of flowers.
£69.00

Elizabeth II, Millennium 20 Pence Brilliant Uncirculated, 2000

What is special about this 20 Pence Piece? Not a lot, except perhaps that it was issued in 2000 and is the so-called Millennium 20 Pence. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and we would almost be willing to bet that most collectors don’t have this date of coin in their collection. It has the Rank-Broadley bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a crowned rose on the reverse. Again nothing special, but no one put these coins away so perhaps they will be scarce in the future.
£2.50

Elizabeth II, Proof 20 Pence, 1990

The 20 Pence piece although only having been minted since 1982 has turned out to be one of if not the most popular denomination. We have come across a small group of the coins dated 1989-1998 in Proof condition. Here we present the 1990 20 Pence. They are struck in cupro-nickel and come from the Proof Sets of those years. A beautiful coin and you cannot get them in any higher grade…
£4.50

Elizabeth II, Proof 20 Pence, 1993

The 20 Pence piece although only having been minted since 1982 has turned out to be one of if not the most popular denomination. We have come across a small group of the coins dated 1989-1998 in Proof condition. Here we present the 1993 20 Pence. They are struck in cupro-nickel and come from the Proof Sets of those years. A beautiful coin and you cannot get them in any higher grade…
£5.50