2009 Robert Burns Silver Proof £2
A tribute to a Scottish icon - Worldwide edition limit of just 5,000
This 2009 Silver £2 Coin was issued to mark the 250th anniversary of the birth of famous Scottish poet Robert Burns.
The design features handwritten lines from 'Auld Lang Syne', one of Burns' most famous poems, in his native Scottish dialect and the edge inscription SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT
This special collector's coin is struck from .925 Silver and the outer rim plated with fine gold. It also boasts a flawless Proof finish with a mirrored background and frosted detailing.
And with a worldwide edition limit of just 5,000 it is also a very limited tribute to an iconic British literary figure.
The coin comes housed in an Official Royal Mint Presentation Case with a Certificate of Authenticity which confirms the edition limit and metal content.
- Denomination: £2
- Metal: Inner: .925 sterling silver. Outer: .925 sterling silver plated with fine gold
- Weight: 12g, Diameter: 28.4mm
- Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II
- Reverse: Verse of Auld Lang Syne
- Quality: Proof
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