Celebrating a Windsor Engagement BU Pack
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Celebrating a Windsor Engagement BU Pack

In 2017 The Royal Mint released a commemorative £5 coin to mark a Centenary of the House of Windsor. The name for the Royal family was introduced in 1917 in an attempt to move away from the original Germanic sounding ‘Saxe-Coburg Gotha’.

The House of Windsor has overseen huge changes in British culture and history, as well as seen us through some difficult economic and political times. Today it stands to represent the historic strength and power of a nation.

Limited Edition Presentation

To celebrate the Royal Windsor engagement in 2017 between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, The Royal Mint issued a Limited Edition Presentation pack featuring the UK 2017 House of Windsor £5 Coin.

JUST 5000 were issued worldwide and have since SOLD OUT at The Royal Mint. We have JUST 250 available for collectors to add to their collection today.

Struck to Brilliant Uncirculated Quality

This coin has been struck to Brilliant Uncirculated quality, so you know it will be free from any of the marks or blemishes you would find on coins in your change. It comes beautifully presented in bespoke Royal Mint packaging and is available for JUST £19.99 (+p&p).

Limited Number Available  Act Now

Royal Mint BU packs are always difficult to source, but historic back issue packs are even harder to find on the secondary markets  especially in good condition. We have a limited number available, and are not expecting them to last long.

Make sure you order yours before it’s too late by clicking ‘Add to Basket’ below.

Order Ref 185/737L/0

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Year of Issue: 2017
  • Diameter 38.61mm
  • Weight: 28g
  • Reverse: Windsor Castle
  • Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II
  • Metal: CuNi

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.