PLEASE IF YOU WANT TO MAKE AN OFFER, BE FAIR OR YOU WILL BE BLOCKED. Pure Gold Coin with Gemstones - The Imperial State Crown. Pure Gold Coin with Gemstones - The St.A precious gemstone tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. The final piece in the Royal Canadian Mint. Queen Elizabeth II's Reign. Collection is a high-end collector's item that dazzles and sparkles. A symbol of Queen Elizabeth II and her extraordinary reign, the Royal Cypher on the coin's reverse is framed by an artistic interpretation of the Imperial State Crown, complete with sapphires and emeralds, while the diamonds tie into your coin's obverse. The Imperial State Crown is one of the most iconic pieces of royal regalia known as the Crown Jewels. This was the crown worn by Queen Elizabeth II upon leaving Westminster Abbey after her coronation in 1953; and in the many years that followed, it was the one that represented both her authority as Head of State and the grace with which she reigned. A 99.99% pure gold tribute adorned with genuine sapphires, emeralds and diamonds.
Collection with this elegant, gemstone-enhanced tribute. It is crafted in 2 oz. Of 99.99% pure gold, which casts a sunset glow over the engraved art.
Two of the world's most famous crowns are represented in this design: the Imperial State Crown, worn on formal occasions as an expression of authority and tradition; and St Edward's Crown, the coronation crown, which is included in Queen Elizabeth II's Royal Cypher. The symbol of a reign.Included on the coin's reverse, Queen Elizabeth II's Royal Cypher is one of the most recognizable symbols of a historic reign. Rarity, prestige and history in one coin. Only 225 coins are available to collectors. 99.99% pure gold with eight genuine sapphires, eight emeralds and four diamonds.
Your coin's reverse features the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by an artistic representation of the Imperial State Crown, as viewed from above. An arrangement of 16 genuine sapphires and emeralds stands in for the array of precious stones that adorn the crown, while the reverse includes four diamonds-one for each of the effigies that have graced Canada's coins since 1953. A rare sight: The most revered of all the British Crown Jewels, the all-gold coronation crown inspired this coin's reverse. It is the revered symbol of royal authority, history and tradition. Edward's Crown is only worn once in a monarch's reign and only at the very moment of crowning-the moment when the historic headpiece is reverently placed upon the new sovereign's head, marking the culmination of accession.The centrepiece of the British Crown Jewels and royal regalia, the all-gold coronation crown is easily recognized by the crosses pattée that inspired this 99.99% pure gold coin's reverse, where the engraved cross is similarly adorned with an array of gemstones. A pure gold, gemstone-adorned ode to the coronation crown. The centrepiece of the British Crown Jewels, the centuries-old St. Edward's Crown used to crown Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 and His Majesty King Charles III in 2023 inspired this. Only 225 coins are available to collectors worldwide. In addition to the serialized certificate, your coin comes with a special certificate that confirms the authenticity of your gemstones. This is the first time we've featured a wide variety of gemstones on one coin. Its reverse features nine white sapphires, two emeralds, a ruby and one aquamarine. Edward's Crown is exclusively used to crown British sovereigns and is only worn once in a reign.
It is rarely removed from the Tower of London, meaning this representation of its front cross pattée may be the closest you'll get to the real thing. The most hallowed of all the British Crown Jewels and royal regalia, the St.
Edward's Crown is only used on the monarch's coronation day. It was commissioned for the coronation of Charles II in 1661 as a replacement for the original crown, which dated back to King Edward the Confessor (hence the name) but was melted down by parliamentarians in 1649. Edward's Crown is composed of a solid gold frame set with 444 precious and semi-precious stones, including amethysts, aquamarines, garnet, peridot, rubies, topazes, tourmalines and sapphires.Similar to the medieval crown that inspired its design, the St. Edward's Crown is distinguished by four crosses pattée (like the one featured on your coin), four fleurs-de-lis and gold bead-adorned arches that surround the ermine-trimmed velvet cap. Heavy is the head that wears. Crown, which weighs 2.23 kilograms (almost five pounds). From 1702 until 1911, the St. Edward's Crown was simply carried during each coronation procession and placed on the altar in Westminster Abbey for the ceremony, but never actually worn by the new monarch-it was thought to be too heavy. That changed in 1911, when King George V was crowned with the St. Edward's Crown, and it has crowned all British monarchs since.
Its jewels were set permanently in 1911. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: Canada\Commemorative". The seller is "kiemss" and is located in this country: CA. This item can be shipped worldwide.