- Celebrating the historic coronation of King Charles III
- Proof qualit
- oz PURE 99.99% GOLD
Genuine DIAMOND set in the reverse!
- Only150 coins minted
- Official Niue legal tender
- Large 38.6mm in diameter
- Presented in a timber case
- Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
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xceedingly beautiful and exquisitely crafted, the King Charles III Coronation Crown 2023 $100 1oz Gold Proof Coin is a must-have celebration of an historic event, steeped in pageantry and symbolism. The coronation of Charles III will see him crowned King of the United Kingdom, head of the Commonwealth and Defender of the Faith. This is your GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to commemorate the coronation with a stand-out coin that will become a treasured family heirloom for generations to come!
Shortly after Charles III’s accession, following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the new king made a public pledge to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth to serve “with loyalty, respect and love”. These three words have been enshrined on this spectacularly beautiful coin in 1oz of PURE 99.99% GOLD. At the heart of this lavish Niue legal tender masterpiece is St Edward’s Crown, set with A GENUINE WHITE DIAMOND, making the reverse so special! The centerpiece of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, St Edward’s Crown is used at the moment of coronation of the new monarch and is described by Historic Royal Palaces as “the most important and sacred of all the crowns."
Spectacularly struck to Proof quality, the design’s attention to detail is astonishing! The decorative border on both sides features various heraldic emblems of the United Kingdom: the Tudor rose, the lions of England and Scotland, and the harp of Ireland. Also depicted are two royal sceptres. The Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross features the enormous Cullinan I Diamond, at 530.2 carats, it is the largest colourless cut diamond in the world! The Sovereign's Sceptre with Dove represents the sovereign's spiritual role, with the dove representing the Holy Ghost, traditionally known as 'the Rod of Equity and Mercy'.