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|2007 Two Pound Coins|
In addition to the gold proof version offered here, the £2 is being produced the following different versions, further details of which are shown here soon.
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.
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.
An attractive and imaginative design, being a quartered centre section, the first and third quarters representing Scotland and England, and the other two quarters being portcullisses, usually representing Parliament or the Crown, possibly one for each. All four quarters are in the outline of a jigsaw piece, suggesting that the Acts finally managed to complete the difficult puzzle of uniting the two countries.
UNITED INTO ONE KINGDOM
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Notes to Table
Diameter = Diameter in millimetres.
Weight = Weight in grams.
Alloy = Fineness of metal content.
AMW = Fine metal content in troy ounces.
Prices & Availability
BU Specimen in Folder
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For the gold proof version, please see our Tax Free Gold website.
2007 Abolition of Slavery £2 Coins
Please, if you are going to ask us whether the £2 coin you own is worth more than £2, please, please, please read our other pages about them first, and even then the answer is almost certainly no. About 1,000 people every week read one or more of our pages about £2 coins. Hopefully most manage to find what they wanted. A tiny percentage, but still about 20 per week ask us whether a £2 they have found in change / in a drawer / been given is worth more than £2. The answer to 99% of these questions is already on our site. We do not have the time or patience to answer such questions individually.
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