In today’s unboxing video I take a closer look at the Limited edition David Bowie 1oz Silver Coin.

It really is the stand out coin from the 2020 Bowie range, as it’s the only specification to include TWO special features!

Want to know what they are? Of course you do!


If you’re interested….

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2 Comments

  1. Joanne Beard on January 15, 2021 at 9:42 pm

    Loved this £5 coin so bought it in silver, but on the back of the silver one it says it’s a £2 coin. Why is that?
    Also with other silver £5 coins like the Queen Ann where do you find the silver stamp, so you can tell it apart from an ordinary £5 coin.
    Confused
    Joanne

    • Adam Turnbull on January 18, 2021 at 3:50 pm

      Hi Joanne, very good question and not a quick one to answer i’m afraid! The David Bowie Silver Coin is struck from 1oz .999 Silver, so it is actually a different specification to a £5 Silver Coin, which is struck from 28.28g of Sterling Silver. Coins with different specifications have different denominations, and not every coin in the same coin range will be the same denomination. Coins struck with a 1oz .999 precious metal specification have historically had the £2 denomination. It is actually the state that decides the denomination of each coin that is released, and this is confirmed via Royal Proclamation. If you’re interested you can see the proclamation for the David Bowie coin range here: https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3649933
      Don’t forget that with all of the coins we sell you’ll be able to see their denomination in the specifications at the bottom of the product page 🙂 I hope that helps?

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