2007 50c Uncirculated Coin Royal 60th Wedding Anniversary
Sixty years ago, on November 20th, 1947, Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh were married at Westminster Abbey in London. The wedding was a welcome distraction during the austerity of the post-war years with over 2500 gifts received by the couple. Of note is the ‘Girls of Great Britain’ tiara, given to the princess from the royal family and seen today on banknotes and coinage.
For this auspicious occasion, Mr Stuart Devlin, goldsmith and jeweller to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, has produced a stunning new design. A silhouette of the royal couple, surrounded by 60 royal trumpets and complete with a sparkling diamond marks this event.
This new 50 cent coin continues our long association with the Palace and Stuart Devlin designs.
|Manufacturer||Royal Australian Mint|
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