Elizabeth II, 2000 (Millennium) 20 Pence Brilliant Uncirculated

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.
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SKU: U20P000
£3.50
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