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Total:£69.95

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Product Code: agco18795
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  • Description

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  • Description

    This 1997 & 1998 UK £2 Proof Silver Piedfort 2-Coin Set features two coins featuring the first bi-colour coin design struck for general circulation in the UK. The design represents the development of technology from the Iron Age to the Internet beginning with Celtic whorls in the inner disc, ending with the cyberspace network on the outer circle.

    Both coins depict the portrait of Her Majesty the Queen on the obverse.

    • Each coin weighs 48g and is 925.0 Sterling Silver, with the outer ring of each coin plated in fine gold.
    • Manufactured by The Royal Mint.
    • These coins are struck to Proof quality.
    • VAT Free.
    • Diameter: 28.40mm.
    • Supplied in the original Royal Mint presentation box with certificate of authenticity.

    Other Information

    The 1997 coin was limited to an issue of 10,000, and the 1998 coin was limited to 10,000.

    The photograph shows the type of product you will receive, not the exact item.

    As these coins are sold on the second-hand margin scheme, there is no VAT to pay.

  • Specification

    Product type Coin
    Weight 48
    Country United Kingdom
    Manufacturer The Royal Mint
    The Royal Mint
    Fine content 44.4
    Condition Used
    Fineness 925
    Finish Proof
    Mintage 10000
    Face value £2
    Diameter 28.40
  • Service Reviews

  • Delivery and Returns

    General Delivery

    (Excluding Safes)

    We will deliver your order in the fastest and safest way possible as soon as payment is cleared and the stock is available. We use Royal Mail and UPS for our deliveries. Most orders are sent with Royal Mail and for orders under £180 these will be sent using the Royal Mail recorded delivery service which is Insured by us and will arrive within 1-5 working days from the date of dispatch. Orders above £180 will be delivered using the Royal Mail Special Delivery service which should be guaranteed to arrive the NEXT day after the day of dispatch. Large silver orders will be delivered by UPS and will arrive 1-2 days after the day of dispatch. For most orders within the UK the UPS service is next day except to outlying areas of the UK.

    Our packaging is discreet and we do everything to minimise the chance of anyone guessing the contents of the parcel. No reference to bullion or coins will be on the packaging. We fully understand the need for discretion and security.

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    Collection

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    We do NOT keep any goods on site and therefore it is not possible to collect any goods other than those ordered and packaged ready for collection.  See our FAQ for more details on our collection service.

    Cancellation and Returns

    The right to cancel under Regulation 13 of the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 does not apply because the price of all goods that we sell is dependent upon fluctuations in the financial markets that are beyond our control.

    In the event that you wish to cancel an order for an item which you have paid for prior to its coming into stock, in consequence of a price fluctuation, the cancellation charge will be 2.5% of the total order value, plus any consequential loss owing to the fluctuation in the price of the metal.

    You are entitled to return any product that you are dissatisfied with to us, however we will not be responsible for any postal charges. If we find that the goods you have returned are of satisfactory quality the return of the goods to yourself will be subject to a return postal charge.

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