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Harry Potter 25th Anniversary 2 oz Silver 2022 Proof is a unique value referring to the first edition of the volume "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", which had its world premiere on June 26, 1997 in Great Britain. In 2022, the book celebrates its 25th anniversary and is the first part of a seven-volume series of novels, where the main character is Harry Potter, facing the evil he encounters in the wizarding world.
The item is minted from Ag.999 silver, weighing 2 troy ounces, diameter 40 mm, proof standard. The mintage is 760 pieces. Moreover, this extraordinary piece was produced by The Royal Mint. The product was placed in its original packaging. The coin is guaranteed by the British government as to its legality, purity and origin of the metal, and is also a legal tender in the issuer's country.
The obverse shows the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II and the denomination and year, designed by Jody Clark.
The reverse of the coin depicts Harry Potter and the inscription "25 YEARS OF MAGIC". Ffion Gwillim is responsible for the design of the reverse.
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