The Tiger is a symbol of power and ‘king of the beasts’ in Chinese culture — known to be brave, confident and adventurous.
In 2021, The Royal Mint released a £5 coin celebrating the Chinese Lunar Year of the Tiger in Superior Brilliant Uncirculated Quality!
Third Chinese Lunar Year Base Metal £5
In 2019, The Royal Mint released the UK’s first-ever base metal £5 coin celebrating the first animal of the Chinese Zodiac — the Rat.
You can now celebrate the third Chinese Lunar Year Coin with the latest release in this exciting series featuring the Tiger!
What makes this issue even more exciting is that this is the first coin from The Royal Mint to be dated 2022!
What’s more, as the only official UK coin to celebrate the Year of the Tiger, the reverse features original artwork created especially for this new £5.
Designed by David Lawrence, traits associated with people born in the Year of the Tiger strongly feature in this dynamic design.
Repeating once every twelve years, this is a beautiful fusion of British and Chinese tradition, not to be missed!
Secure yours in Superior Brilliant Uncirculated Quality
This coin has been struck to a Brilliant Uncirculated quality and protectively encapsulated in Official Change Checker packaging, certified to guarantee its superior quality for generations to come.
This is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the Chinese Lunar Year — and would even make for the perfect gift for anyone born in the Year of the Tiger!
To be sure you don’t miss out, secure your 2022 UK Lunar Year of the Tiger £5 today in superior Brilliant Uncirculated quality for JUST £10.99 (+p&p).
2022 UK Lunar Year of the Tiger BU £5
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- Country of Issue: United Kingdom
- Year of Issue: 2022
- Denomination: £5
- Metal: Cupro-Nickel
- Weight: 28.28g
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Reverse: David Lawrence
- Obverse: Jody Clark
- Finish: Brilliant Uncirculated