2021 Royal Celebration Two-Coin Set – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday


The 2021 Royal Celebration Two-Coin Set - Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday

A set that is a collaboration between the Royal Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint to celebrate the 95th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. It is the first time a British Monarch has reached this age.

One coin is from the UK, one from Canada. Each one-ounce silver proof.

The Canadian coin is the 2021 $20 Fine Silver Coin - The Queen Elizabeth II Equestrian Monument.

The Reverse was designed by Royal Canadian Mint Engravers and Jack Harman; it shows the Queen riding her horse Centenial.

The Obverse shows the effigies of Queen Elizabeth II as used on Canadian coins since 1953, with busts by Susanna Blunt and Dora de Pédery-Hunt.

The UK coin is the 95th Birthday of Her Majesty The Queen 2021 UK One Ounce Silver Proof Coin, reverse designed by Timothy Noad and obverse by Jody Clark. For details see The 2021 Five Pound Coin - Queen Elizabeth 95th Birthday.

The Mintage is set at 6,500 Worldwide, but only 2,000 are available from the Royal Mint. Visit this Royal Mint Webpage. The Product code is UKQ95SET and was initially priced at £200.



Image credit: The Royal Mint


Mintage: 6,500 (may include coins in sets)
Minted at The Royal Mint.
Remember 2021 ?
The Monarch is Queen Elizabeth II. Prime Minster is Boris Johnson. New (20 January) US President is Joe Biden (D-Delaware) and vice-president is Kamala Harris. The Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic still dominates World news and face masks are the norm. People and Businesses struggle after a long lockdown.
Elizabeth II (1952-Present)
Queen Elizabeth II is the current and longest reigning monarch ever. Born on 21 April 1926 to King George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, she became Queen in 1952 and her Coronation was on 2 June 1953.

Queen Elizabeth II has issued many coins and was monarch during decimalisation.
General Description: Royal Mint Proof Sets
Royal Mint Proof Sets are available in several versions. They are generally year sets of UK coins, although the coins included may vary between versions.

The packaging is usually excellent and according to the version the packaging will be card, leather/plastic or even wooden boxes at the top end. The more expensive sets tend to have more coins, including commereative coins like crowns. As a general guide:

  • Standard Proof Sets are issued in blue folders or card display boxes.
  • Deluxe Proof Set are issued in red leather cases.
  • Executive Proof Sets are issued in wooden boxes.
  • Some earlier sets were issued in card folders or plastic blister packs.
Royal Mint Proof Sets are very popular with collectors and some can demand quite high prices.
Which Mint: The Royal Mint
The Royal Mint is the designated place for the UK to mint coins. It dates back well over 1000 years and is a Government-owned company. 

Formed in the reign of Alfred the Great about the year 886, during the period 1279-1812 it was generally referred to as The Tower Mint as it was housed at the Tower of London. The Master of The Royal Mint has included famous figures such as Sir Isaac Newton.

Since 2010 it has operated as Royal Mint Ltd, a company owned by HM Treasury, under an exclusive contract to supply all coinage for the UK although it also produces medals and coins for other countries. It is currently located at Llantrisant, Wales.

There is also an on-line shop at The Royal Mint Shop.
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
The United Kingdom (UK) is the Union of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is often refered to as Great Britain (GBR). It has a long, rich history.

The orignal coinage was Pounds, Shillings and Pence but since decimalisation on 15 February 1971, it is £1 = 100p, that is One Pound = 100 pence. The coinage of the UK is also a long history, the Royal Mint being established as long ago as 886AD when coins were hammered. Today there is perhaps 30 billion coins in circulation, and many (numismatic) collectors coins and sets are issued frequently in gold, silver and other metals.
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