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The Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III 50p 2023 is a unique value that commemorates the first British coronation in the 21st century - Charles III. The monarch was born on November 14, 1948 and comes from the Windsor dynasty. He is the firstborn son of Queen Elizabeth II, who preceded him. The ceremony will take place on May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey.
The coin is minted from a copper-nickel alloy, weighing 8 grams, diameter 27.30 mm. The mintage of the item is unlimited. Moreover, this extraordinary piece was produced by The Royal Mint. 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.
Obverse shows the likeness of King Charles III of Great Britain wearing a crown and the denomination and year, designed by Martin Jennings.
The reverse of the coin shows the main fragment of the collegiate church of St. Peter in Westminster, the crown of St. Edward at the castle gate and the inscriptions "CT III". Natasha Jenkins is responsible for the design of the reverse.
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