East India Company 2023 1oz Silver Proof Coin
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East India Company 2023 St George & the Dragon 1oz Silver Proof Coin

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East India Company 2023 St George & the Dragon 1oz Silver Proof Coin

The East India Company are issuing the first release of King Charles III coins featuring the official effigy by Glyn Davies. And it is being debuted on the latest addition in their sell-out Masterpiece Collection...

You can secure William Wyon’s stunning interpretation of St George & the Dragon on this pure Silver coin. Here's why you need one:

  • First coin issued by The East India Company to feature the official effigy of King Charles III  
  • The reverse design presents William Wyon’s final Masterpiece of the iconic St George & the Dragon
  • Struck from one whole ounce of 99.99% Silver to a stunning Proof finish 
  • JUST 2,000 WORLDWIDE
  • The previous 1oz Silver coin in this series - the Gothic Victoria Crown - completely sold-out the same edition limit of 2,000

In fact, all 1oz Silver coins in the Masterpiece Collection consistently sell-out.

And considering this is the first coin issued by The East India Company to feature King Charles III on the obverse, demand is likely to be higher than ever...

Order Ref 185/MXH8/0
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Price £130.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)

Specifications

  • Country: St Helena
  • Year: 2023
  • Diameter: 38.60mm
  • Weight: 1oz
  • Edition Limit: 2,000

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.