Published On: Mon, Nov 13th, 2017

Coin price £1,400: Prince George christening cash one HUNDRED instances their worth on eBay

A coin that was launched in 2013 to rejoice the christening of Prince George is promoting for £1,390 on eBay.

The cash have been minted by Royal Mint, and the occasion was a primary for the cash makers.

The silver coin has a picture of the Queen on one facet, and on the opposite an ornate design to commemorate Prince George’s christening.

The coin has a design with two cherubs, and reads: “To rejoice the christening of Prince George of Cambridge 2013”.

The vendor of the coin, irinbaldin-Zero, described the coin as: “Royal Christening 2013 UK Silver Proof Kilo coin, it is a very uncommon coin with an ideal situation.”

Prince George was christened by the Arch Bishop of Canterbury in October 2013. 

Kensington Palace stated in a quick assertion that Kate and Prince William have been “happy” to announce the christening of their son Prince George.

The Palace added that “shut members of each households” would attend however stated the record of senior friends which have been invited can be launched at a later date.

Reverend Welby stated he was “delighted” to be invited to baptise Prince George and that it was a “nice privilege and honour”.

A coin to rejoice Prince George’s birthday offered out inside days, proving massively standard.

This was additionally the primary time that Royal Mint celebrated a royal beginning with a coin.

Royal Mint stated of the christening coin: “To rejoice the arrival of Prince George of Cambridge an official coin has been launched for his christening. 

“This official christening coin has been permitted by the Palace, and just like the £5 cash usually launched for essential Royal occasions, it’s a must-have memento of a particular time for the Royal household, and a particular time for Britain. 

This was the primary time the Royal Mint commemorated a royal Christening within the type of a coin.

They stated: “By no means earlier than has a coin been struck for a Royal christening – and the cash struck to greet Prince George’s beginning have been so standard they offered out in days.”

One other rare coin is selling for  £1200 – might you might have one stashed in your pockets? 

It is likely one of the two variations of the Peter Rabbit Beatrix Potter coin.

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