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King Charles III Coronation 50p

It's my understanding that the King Charles III Coronation 50p will enter circulation at some point, as was the case with last year's Queen Elizabeth II memorial 50p (the one that didn't actually mention her by name). The difference being that the circulation version will not show him wearing the crown, as it does on the collectors' version.

Have these been released for circulation yet? (I'm in the USA so this is not a silly question.)

(Note: image shown is the crowned version, taken from the Royal Mint's website, just so I could include an image with this post.)

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  • SapyxSapyx Posts: 1,959 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I would have assumed that Britain had learned from 1936, and they won't actually release circulating coronation coins until the day of the coronation.

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  • John ConduittJohn Conduitt Posts: 346 ✭✭✭
    edited June 26, 2023 8:11AM

    I haven't seen either in circulation, but since the 'Elizabeth' coin has been circulating for 7 months and was produced in some numbers, it will be a while before I see the Coronation coin. According to Numista, it will be later in the year https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces365051.html

    @Sapyx said:
    I would have assumed that Britain had learned from 1936, and they won't actually release circulating coronation coins until the day of the coronation.

    Charles III's coronation was nearly 2 months ago. And they produced no Edward VIII coins anyway.

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