1986 £2 Coin - Commemorating Commonwealth Games

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In 1986 to commemorate the Scottish XIII Commonwealth Games, the Royal Mint released the Scottish £2 Coin.  This is the first Commemorative Coin ever to be issued in the United Kingdom to mark a sporting occasion.

The reverse designed by Norman Sillman depicts a Scottish Thistle and a laurel wreath, superimposed on St Andrew's Cross and marks the XIII Commonwealth Games being held in Scotland in 1986.

The obverse bears Raphael Maklouf's elegant portrait of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, approved for use on the United Kingdom's coinage from 1985 onwards.

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