To mark 100 years of The House of Windsor, a brand new United Kingdom £5 coin has been released.
A significant milestone in Royal British history, the Windsor name was first adopted 100 years ago by King George V replacing the historic name of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
Struck by The Royal Mint to a brilliant uncirculated finish, this £5 coin features a design by Timothy Noad based on the Badge of the House of Windsor approved by George VI, surrounded by oak leaves representing strength, patience, longevity, and acorns as a symbol of prosperity.
Struck by the Royal Mint to an unblemished Brilliant Uncirculated finish, this £5 coin has been protectively encapsulated and features a security hologram to certify its superior quality.
Country of Issue - United Kingdom
Year of Issue - 2017
Denomination - £5
Metal - Cupro-Nickel
Weight - 28.28g
Finish: Brilliant Uncirculated