The Floral 2013 UK £1 Two-Coin Set England and Wales
Since its introduction in 1983, the modern £1 coin has, in several series, represented the four constituent parts of the United Kingdom. A new series began in 2013 with the coins honouring England and Wales.
The formal and informal floral emblems of each country "paired together in decorative designs" provides a beautiful new quartet. For England, the rose is paired with an oak leaf and, for Wales, the leek is paired with the daffodil.
The £1 coins representing Northern Ireland and Scotland will follow in 2014.
The coins are housed in the original Royal Mint presentation pack.
PRESENTATION PACK IS SEALED.