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Australia 2017-P Royal Wedding 70th Anniversary - Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip Mountbatten Coats of Arms $200 2 Troy Ounce .9999 Pure Gold Proof P11 P12 - MINTAGE 350

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EXTREMELY PRESTIGIOUS - MINTAGE JUST 350! Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the historic wedding of Queen Elizabeth II to Prince Phillip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, with this two full troy ounce pure gold proof!

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This special edition commemorative pure gold proof celebrates the platinum (70th) wedding anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to the Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen, then known as Princess Elizabeth, married the Duke of Edinburgh, known then as Lieutenant Phillip Mountbatten, at Westminster Abbey in London at 11:30 am on 20 November 1947. The wedding was attended by 2,000 guests and broadcast to 200 million radio listeners around the world.

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Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Imperial State Crown and holding the Sceptre with the Cross and the Orb in her official coronation portrait by Sir Cecil BeatonHer Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926 and was just ten years old when she unexpectedly became heir presumptive to the throne. Almost immediately, she began to prepare for her future role and her official duties grew steadily throughout her teens. When the King's health began to deteriorate in 1951, the young princess readily assumed many of her father, King George VI's, responsibilities.

With her father's passing in 1952, Princess Elizabeth went into mourning and then acceded to the throne at the relatively young age of twenty-six on June 2, 1953. By this time she was a seasoned public figure, her years of service a strong indicator of what the Commonwealth could expect of its new queen. Today about 128 million people live in the 16 countries of which she is head of state.

On that rainy day in June, 1953, an estimated three million people lined the streets of London to catch a glimpse of the Coronation procession, while millions more crowded around newly-purchased television sets to watch the investiture of Britain's youngest sovereign since Queen Victoria. For many, the Coronation represented the beginning of a hopeful new Elizabethan era.

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In her glittering Coronation portrait, Elizabeth wears the Imperial State Crown. She holds the Royal regalia incorporating the Sovereign’s scepter-with-cross, representing temporal power, and the Sovereign’s orb, symbolizing the Monarch's role as Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. On her right hand, Her Majesty wears the Coronation ring and on both wrists are golden armills. Please see the article at the end of this presentation for more information and images of the Crown Jewels, such as Elizabeth wears in this portrait.

Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, in her official coronation photographic portrait by renowned artist Dorothy Wilding. Indeed, on her Diamond JubileeQueen Elizabeth II is arguably the world's most popular and best-known monarch. She is currently the second-longest-serving head of state in the world, and the longest-serving British or English monarch in history. Her reign of nearly two-thirds of a century has seen twelve different Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom. For well over sixty years, she has served the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland as well as the British Commonwealth, which includes Australia, Canada and more than forty other countries.

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The coin’s design depicts the shield from the Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (representing Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II) alongside the shield from the Coat of Arms of His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh. The design also includes flowers from the floral emblems of Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and England, as well as the St. Edward’s Crown, the inscription 70TH ANNIVERSARY ROYAL WEDDING and the year-dates 1947-2017. The Perth Mint’s traditional "P" mintmark is located at about 4:00 near the rim.

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Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, in crowned profile facing right. This portrait, featuring Her Majesty wearing a tiara and pearl earrings, was executed by the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley. The legend ELIZABETH II, date and denomination also appear. The inscription 2 OZ 9999 GOLD guarantees the weight and purity.

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The coin is encapsulated inside a handsome solid wood lidded presentation case, lined with black velvet and satin, and protected by a full color outer box. An individually numbered certificate of authenticity is included.

SpecificationsSculptor Mary Gillick created this image of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 for use on coinage.
Country Australia
Mint Perth Mint of Australia
Year of Issue 2017
Face Value 200 Dollars
Weight 62.213 g
Diameter 41.10 mm
Gauge (Thickness)    3.40 mm
Mintage Limit 350
Finish Proof
Composition .9999 Fine (Pure) Gold
Edge Reeded (milled, serrated)
Artist Aleysha Howarth (obverse)
Ian Rank-Broadley (reverse)
Certificate Individually Numbered


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