TWO Shillings 1966 Elizabeth II: Numismatic Treasure in the United Kingdom
Issued in 1966, this coin is an emblematic example of the United Kingdom's monetary heritage.
Year of issue: 1966
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Nominal value: TWO Shillings (2 shillings)
Reverse: The coin features the profile of Queen Elizabeth II, with the inscription "ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F.D." around her effigy.
Front: The front of the coin features the motif of a lion standing on a coronation, with the inscription "FID DEF" (Fidei Defensor) and the face value "2 SHILLINGS". The two-shilling coin, also known as the "guilder", was once used as a unit of currency in the United Kingdom. The 1966 TWO Shillings Elizabeth II coin is part of the series of silver coins issued during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. These coins have become prized collector's items because of their history, rarity and historical value.
If you are passionate about British monetary history and are looking for a unique collector's coin, the TWO Shillings 1966 Elizabeth II, UK is a perfect choice. Add this historic piece to your collection today!