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2013 150th Anniversary of the London Underground Two Pound Coin

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Obverse of 2013 Uncirculated Two Pound Coin

Obverse of 2013 Silver Proof Two Pound Coin

Two Pounds Index

Reverse of 2013 London Underground Two Pound Coin - Logo

Reverse of 2013 London Underground Silver Proof Two Pound Coin - Logo

Reverse of 2013 London Underground Two Pound Coin - Train

Reverse of 2013 London Underground Silver Proof Two Pound Coin - Train

2013 London Underground Twin Pack Uncirculated in Folder

2013 London Underground Twin Pack Uncirculated in Folder

2013 London Underground Silver Proof Two Pound Coin in Presentation Box - Train

2013 London Underground Silver Proof Two Pound Coin in Presentation Box - Train

 2013 London Underground Silver Proof Two Pound Coin - Two Coin Set

2013 London Underground Silver Proof Two Pound Coin - Two Coin Set

In 2013 the Royal Mint issued a two coin set of two pound coins to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the London Underground. One of the coins features the Roundel logo of the London Underground system and the other coin features a train emerging from a tunnel.

Versions

  • Ordinary circulation version, which was available from banks and post offices during the year.
  • Specimen version, issued in a Royal Mint folder. This has a superior finish compared with the ordinary coins, so will be preferred by most collectors. The folders are also very attractive and informative, and make interesting and unusual gifts.
  • Silver Proof version, with the outer part gold plated.
  • Piedfort proof version, similar but made double weight, with a lower mintage.
  • Gold proof version are produced in 22 carat red gold, with the centre "gold sprayed" according to the Royal Mint.

    BU Specimen in Folder - Twinpack

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    Silver Proof - Underground Logo

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    Silver Proof - Train / Tube on Track

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    Silver Proof - Two Coin Set

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    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

    Inspired by the 1938 poster by Man Ray, it depicts the world-famous London Underground Roundel logo.

    The legend (inscription) reads:
    1853
    UNDERGROUND
    2013

    Reverse

    The reverse shows a tube train emerging from a tunnel.

    The legend (inscription) reads:
    1853 LONDON UNDERGROUND 2013

    Specifications- Roundel Logo

    VersionDiameterWeightIssued
    Uncirculated in Folder28.4012.00 
    Silver Proof28.4012.001,185
    Piefort Silver Proof28.4024.00162
    Gold Proof28.4015.97132

    Specifications- Train emerging from a tunnel

    VersionDiameterWeightIssued
    Uncirculated in Folder28.4012.00 
    Silver Proof28.4012.002,042
    Piefort Silver Proof28.4024.00186
    Gold Proof28.4015.97140

    Other 2013 coins and sets can be viewed here


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