New Coin to Mark Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday

Today the Royal Mint revealed the coin they have minted to mark Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday. The £5 commemorative coin features a garland of nine roses (one for each of the Queen’s decades) surrounding the royal cypher ‘EIIR’ and the number 90. It has been designed by artist Christopher Hobbs. Mr Hobbs said he was inspired by “the Queen’s love of flowers” when designing the coin.
Royal Mint revealed the coin they have minted to mark Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday. newmyroyals, new my royals, new myroyals, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, british diamond, bracelet, Jewellery, Necklaces, diamond bracelets, earrings

3 comments:

  1. I love the use of roses to symbolize the decades of the Queen' s age. Perfect!

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  2. Oui mais ce ne sont pas ses fleurs préférées
    Les jonquilles sont moins faciles à graver sur une pièce.

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  3. the poor woman needs to rest, gosh, why should she still be working at 90 yrs, kate and william need to do more duties, not being throne idle!!!

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