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1973 UK Proof Annual 6 Coin Set

1973 UK Proof Annual 6 Coin Set

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1973 United Kingdom Royal Mint Proof Set: Commemorate Britain's Entry into the EEC

Own a piece of historical significance with this 1973 Royal Mint Proof Set, marking the United Kingdom's entry into the European Economic Community (EEC). This official set features six pristine proof coins, including the first-ever commemorative Fifty Pence coin with a design symbolising the nine member states.

Key Features:

  • Historic Significance: Commemorates Britain's entry into the EEC, a pivotal moment in European history.
  • Unique 50 Pence Coin: Includes the first commemorative Fifty Pence coin designed by David Wynne, featuring nine clasped hands representing the member states.
  • Complete 1973 Proof Collection: Includes proof versions of all six circulating coins from 1973: Halfpenny, One Pence, Two Pence, Five Pence, Ten Pence, and the special Fifty Pence.
  • Exquisite Craftsmanship: Each coin is struck to proof standard, displaying exceptional detail and a flawless finish.
  • Original Packaging: Preserved in the original double-sided clear plastic case with the accompanying coloured card envelope, allowing for easy viewing and safekeeping.

Additional Details:

  • Coin Condition: All coins remain in excellent condition, with some toning typical of proof sets from this era.
  • Limited Availability: This set is a sought-after collector's item with limited availability.

Perfect For:

  • History Buffs: Own a tangible reminder of a significant event in British and European history.
  • Coin Collectors: Add a unique and historically important set to your collection.
  • Numismatists: Appreciate the intricate designs and superior craftsmanship of these proof coins.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of numismatic history. Secure your 1973 UK Royal Mint Proof Set today!

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