2002 - 2012 - 2022 Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Sovereigns Set (3 Sovereigns)
Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Sovereigns Set (3 Sovereigns)
Obverse: The fifth definitive portrait of Her Majesty The Queen was unveiled 2nd March 2015. The design is by Jody Clark, who aged 33, is the youngest artist to have achieved this honour. The design was selected via a competition, commissioned by the Royal Mint Advisory Committee, which invited Royal Mint engravers and designers, along with specially invited artists from the public, to submit their designs.
Special design Jubilee Reverses :
2002: Shield design based on the original Victorian (1838-1887) Ensigns Armorial with plain shield surrounded by laurel leaves and crown. The initials TN denoting designer Timothy Noad placed within laurel leaves to the right of the shield. Celebrates the Golden Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
2012: Celebrates the Diamond Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II. The design by Sculptor 'Paul Day' was the winning entry in the Royal Mints competition. The depiction of George& Dragon shows the Dragon in a fiercer light.
2022 : Celebrates the Platinum Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II, who in 2022 will marked her 70th year as Queen on Feb 6th. To mark the occasion, renowned Royal Mint sculptor Timothy Noad famed for his one off designs of the 2002 and 2005 Sovereigns has reworked the royal coat of arms to produce a very special coin.
Specifications of each Sovereign
- Struck in 22ct gold
- Weight: 7.98g / Diameter: 22.05mm
- Obverse: 2002 / 2012 Ian Rank-Broadley - Jody Clark 2022
- Featuring Reverse designs 2002 / 2022 Timothy Noad - 2012 Paul Day
- Die Axis: ↑ / ↑
- Presentation cases available
All Queen Elizabeth II 4th & 5th Portrait sovereigns are struck at the Liantrisant mint in Wales, none are struck at overseas mints. The photos shown are examples only, the grade you will receive will be uncirculated.