The Floral 2014 UK £1 Two-Coin Set Scotland and Northern Ireland
The modern £1 coin was introduced in 1983 to replace the £1 banknote. In the years since, the United Kingdom's four constituent parts have been represented in many forms on the coin's reverse.
In 2013 a new floral series began with coins honouring England and Wales. The formal and informal floral emblems of each nation were united in decorative designs, and in 2014 the coins honouring Scotland and Northern Ireland complete the quartet. Scotland is represented by the pairing of the thistle and Scottish bluebell, and Northern Ireland by the shamrock and flax.
The coins are housed in the original Royal Mint presentation pack.
PRESENTATION PACK IS SEALED.