60 years of The Rolling Stones on BRAND NEW UK £5 coin!

Celebrating 60 years of iconic rock band The Rolling Stones, The Royal Mint have issued a UK £5 coin!

2022 UK The Rolling Stones £5 coin.
Showing reverse in front with a depiction of 4 band members, with stage lights shining down and 'The Rolling Stones' and '62-22' as inscriptions.
The obverse featured behind shows the fifth portrait of QEII by Jody Clark and the year-date, 2022.
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The design sees the band in concert, with their name above them and dates ‘62-‘22 at the bottom, representing the anniversary. You’ll also spot Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.

Music Legends £5 coin series

This new issue continues the Music Legends £5 series, which has seen music favourites star on UK coins:

  • Queen
  • Elton John
  • David Bowie
  • The Who

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60 years of incredible tours

The Rolling Stones have played some incredible tours over the last 60 years, with their most recent in 2022!

The Rolling Stones live on tour. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

And, just last year, they became the highest earning live act of 2021, as announced by Rolling Stone magazine. I’d love to know in the comments if you’ve been lucky enough to experience the rock band live!

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Huge fanbase

And, with fans all around the world, this coin is sure to be a popular addition to the Music Legends coin series. You can get your hands on one by visiting our shop >>

Their global reach is undeniable, but The Rolling Stones have even made it into space!

November 2018 saw NASA name a rock on Mars after the rock ‘n’ roll band, with Robert Downey Jr. making the announcement at a show.

The Rolling Stones Memorabilia

Although it’s not all space rocks, The Rolling Stones memorabilia is highly sought-after. In 2012, band member Ronnie Wood’s 1955 Fender Stratocaster sold for a whopping $60,800.

Ronnie Wood of The Faces performing at the Cornbury Festival, at Great Tew in Oxfordshire. Source: NME.
Ronnie Wood of The Faces performing at the Cornbury Festival, at Great Tew in Oxfordshire. Source: NME.

Meanwhile, a cardboard cut-out of a guitar, gifted by fellow member Keith Richards, sold for $6,875!

If their cardboard memorabilia can go for nearly $7,000, can you imagine how popular a Rolling Stones UK £5 coin could be?

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2 Comments

  1. Dave Zipfel on December 1, 2022 at 10:42 pm

    Can’t see the silver proof 1oz coin, let me know when available please