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2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin

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Obverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coins
Obverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin
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Reverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coins
Reverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin
2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin in Presentation Box
2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin in Presentation Box
Obverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin Certificate
Obverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin Certificate
Reverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin Certificate
Reverse of 2007 Abolition of Slave Trade Two Pound Coin Certificate
Since 1986 the Royal Mint has issued two pound coins, often with special commemorative themes. For 2007, there are two different designs, one based on the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade and the other commemorates the three hundredth anniversary of the Act of Union Between England & Scotland in 1707.

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The Abolition of the Slave Trade
The Abolition of the Slave Trade is celebrated on a new £2 coin for 2007. Struck to Brilliant Uncirculated quality, the coin is displayed in an informative presentation pack.
The antislavery movement of today is still fighting contemporary forms of slavery but it is indebted to the people who, 200 years ago, sacrificed so much. These people were bold enough to believe that they could make a difference and actually change the world. Through their humanitarian efforts and compassion the slave trade was recognised as an inhuman system that should never be tolerated

Different Versions

Gold Proof Version
The gold proof versions will be produced in 22 carat red gold, with the centre "gold sprayed" according to the Royal Mint, before striking.

Obverse
The Fourth Portrait
The fourth of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Ian Rank Broadley, FRBS, FSNAD, whose initials IRB appear under the head, as used on all British coins from 1998.
The legend (inscription) reads:
ELIZABETH II D G REG FID DEF
TWO POUNDS

Reverse
The reverse shows a simple but effective and pleasing design in which a broken link of a chain forms the 0 numeral of the date, 1807.
The legend (inscription) reads:
AN ACT FOR THE ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE TRADE
2007

Edge

AM I NOT A MAN, AND A BROTHER

Specifications
Gold Proof28.4015.97.91660.47071,000
Silver Piedfort28.4024.00.9250.71373,990
Silver Proof28.4012.00.9250.35697,095
Specimen28.4012.00  

Notes to Table
Diameter = Diameter in millimetres.
Weight = Weight in grams.
Alloy = Fineness of metal content.
AMW = Fine metal content in troy ounces.

Gold Proof
For the gold proof version, please see our Tax Free Gold website.

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