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2011 £1 Silver Proof Coin - Edinburgh

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People have lived in Edinburgh since the Bronze Age, and its early recorded history includes a siege in AD 638 at Din Eidyn, the Gododdin Castle Rock hill fort.  By the end of the sixteenth century the city became the capital of Scotland.

The 2011 Edinburgh £1 coin pays tribute to Edinburgh's rich history.  Featuring a white shield, holding an imposing black castle sitting on a rock, the coat of arms is blazoned:

'Argent a castle triple-towered and embattled sable masoned of the first topped with three fans gules windows and portcuillis shut of the last situate on a rock proper'.

Coin Specifications

Denomination - £1

Alloy - 0.925 Ag

Weight - 9.50g

Diameter - 22.50mm

Quality - Proof

Limited Edition Presentation - 7,500

The coin is encapsulated and presented in the original Royal Mint packaging, accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.


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