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When will you find a King Charles III coin in your change?
To commemorate the Life of the Queen, The Royal Mint has today released a new UK 50p and £5 coin. But when will you find a King Charles III coin in your change?
Find the King Charles III 50p in your Change!
It’s been confirmed that 9.6 million King Charles III 50p coins will begin to enter circulation from December.
The coins feature the brand new portrait of King Charles III for the FIRST TIME, making them particularly sought-after with collectors…
2022 UK Life of the Queen 50p
This is only the second UK royal 50p, following the sought-after Platinum Jubilee 50p.
The 50p features the 2022 date and the reverse design created for the 1953 coronation crown, by Edgar Fuller and modelled by Cecil Thomas.
WORLD FIRST King Charles III 50p!
And, for the first time ever, we see King Charles III’s effigy on the obverse. This portrait was designed by sculptor Martin Jennings and was personally approved by His Majesty.
The inscription: CHARLES III | D | G | REX | F | D | 50 PENCE surrounds His Majesty’s portrait – facing left in line with tradition.
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2022 UK Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II £5
In addition to the 50p, The Royal Mint has also issued the 2022 UK Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II £5 coin.
£5 coins are traditionally reserved for flagship royal events and anniversaries, t this £5 coin an even more significant issue.
The reverse design, by John Bergdahl and The Royal Mint, features two portraits of Queen Elizabeth II on the reverse. The inscriptions ‘ELIZABETH REGINA’ and the dates ‘1926-2022’ also appear.
You can own this brand-new coin in Brilliant Uncirculated quality. Your coin will come protectively encapsulated in official Change Checker packaging for just £10.99 (+p&p) by clicking here >>
Seeing King Charles III’s effigy on our UK coins for the very first time is a landmark moment in numismatic history.
So, will you be on the hunt to find the King Charles III 50p in your change? Let us know in the comments below.
Own the 2022 UK Life of the Queen 50p alongside the brand new £5 coin
You can own the 2022 UK Her Majesty the Queen 50p and £5 together for JUST £15.98 (+p&p).
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NATIONAL UK £5 FOR £5 BALLOT ANNOUNCED!
This year, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 95th Birthday, making her the first ruling monarch in British history to reach this milestone.
In celebration of this very special royal event, The Royal Mint issued a brand new £5 coin, featuring the Royal Cypher and an inscription taken from Her Majesty’s first televised speech.
But Change Checker is incredibly excited to announce that in celebration of Her Majesty’s birthday, we’re launching a NATIONAL EXCLUSIVE UK £5 for £5 Ballot!
We are giving 1,000 lucky collectors the chance of owning the brand new Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday £5 for its FACE VALUE of just £5!
It’s completely free to enter, all you need to do is click here >>
The ballot will close on the 25th June and winners will be contacted on the Monday 28th June with details of how to claim this new £5 coin for just £5 – so you must act fast if you want to be in with the chance!
As the Queen reaches this significant birthday, demand for this coin is already high, not just amongst fans of UK royalty coins but for collectors worldwide.
And now, with this Change Checker £5 Ballot NATIONAL EXCLUSIVE, we’d hate for you to miss out!
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The ONLY WAY to own Britain’s new Royal £5 coin for just £5!
Don’t miss out on your chance of owning the 2021 UK Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday £5 for its face value – just £5!
The winners will be contacted June 28th, so you must act fast if you want to be in with the chance! Simply click here to sign up >>
Queen’s Beasts Series Commemorated with FINAL Celebratory £5!
In 2017, The Royal Mint revealed a series of brand new base metal UK £5 coins featuring an intriguing range of creatures called the ‘Queen’s Beasts’.
The series has been inspired by the ten ancestral and heraldic beasts that have watched over Her Majesty The Queen throughout her unprecedented reign – from her coronation to her Sapphire Jubilee and beyond.
Today, the series as a whole has been commemorated with a BRAND NEW celebratory coin as a fitting finale.
Designed by acclaimed Royal Mint engraver, Jody Clark, the reverse of this coin features not just one, but ALL TEN beasts together on a single coin to celebrate the series as a whole.
The design features each heraldic creature from the series in a striking illustration of Her Majesty’s royal line of descent.
Recognisable as national symbols and representations of the great houses that vied for the throne, the beasts include lions, a bull, a falcon, a horse and a greyhound, as well as creatures of myth and legend.
The Queen’s Beast coins have been some of the most popular releases of recent years and this FINAL celebratory coin is the perfect way to complete the series.
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The History of the Queen’s Beasts
Over 400 years ago Henry VIII commissioned the sculpting of 10 heraldic animal statues. They were produced to represent the ancestry of King Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour. These became known as “The King’s Beasts” and can still be seen to this day, guarding the main entrance to Hampton Court Palace.
In 1952, in preparation for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, sculptor Sir James Woodford was tasked to create ten new statues, similar to “The King’s Beasts” but more suited to the Queen.
He created 10 six-foot tall beasts each representing a different part of her genealogy and thus “The Queen’s Beasts” were born.
The 10 beasts were made up of ‘The Lion of England’, ‘The White Greyhound of Richmond’, ‘The Yale of Beaufort’, ‘The Red Dragon of Wales’, ‘The White Horse of Hanover’, ‘The White Lion of Mortimer’, ‘The Unicorn of Scotland’, ‘The Griffin of Edward III’, ‘The Black Bull of Clarence’ and ‘The Falcon of the Plantagenets’.
The Royal Mint Celebrate the Queen’s Beasts with Their Biggest Coin Ever Made
To mark the conclusion of the Queen’s Beasts commemorative coin collection, The Royal Mint issued a 10kg, 20cm wide coin with the denomination of £10,000.
Taking over 400 hours to produce (including four days of polishing!) this one of a kind original is the latest issue in The Royal Mint’s MasterWorks series.
The production of this coin combined traditional engraving machines to cut the intricate design, followed by a master toolmaker hand-working the coin to remove any marks from the cutting.
One lucky collector is already claimed to be the owner of this masterpiece, having allegedly paying a six-figure amount!
We certainly think it’s an impressive addition to any collection and it’s issue acts as a testament to the popularity and mastery of the Queen’s Beast coins.
Change Checkers have voted for their favourite Queen’s Beasts £5 Coin!
These impressive creatures have each been commemorated on highly sought-after UK £5 coins as a striking illustration of the royal line of descent.
We asked you to vote for your favourite Queen’s Beasts coin and the results are in…
It seems this brand new 2021 UK Queen’s Beasts £5 coin is the favourite amongst Change Checkers, as it takes an impressive 55% of the votes! The 2017 Unicorn of Scotland comes in second, closely followed by the recent 2021 Griffin of Edward III £5.
Will you be securing the brand new 2021 UK Queen’s Beasts £5 for your collection? Let us know in the comments below!
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Own the brand new 2021 UK Queen’s Beasts £5 in CERTIFIED Brilliant Uncirculated quality for JUST £10.99 (+p&p).
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