2002 Elizabeth II Gold Proof £5 Crown Queens Golden Jubilee NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO
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This crown was produced for the Queen's Golden Jubilee, the 50th anniversary of her reign. In keeping with the designs of the 1953 coronation crown, and the 1977 silver jubilee crown, the queen is shown on horseback. This new equestrian portrait is the work of Ian Rank-Broadley.
In addition to the usual inscription, there is also "AMOR POPULI PRAESIDIUM REG" which translates as "The Love Of The People Is The Queen's Protection".
A superb portrait of the Queen in robes and diadem graces the reverse. Both designs are the work of Ian Rank-Broadley, the artist who created the Royal portrait approved for the circulating coins of the United Kingdom from 1998.
Edge: Milled | Die Axis: Upright | Type: Proof | Mint: London | Mintage: 3,500 | Rating: Scarce
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