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    Elizabeth II gold "Prince Harry 21st Birthday" 1000 Pounds (Kilo) 2005 Gem Proof, Royal mint, KM115. Mintage: 21. Struck for the Prince's 21st birthday, this massive gold issue illustrates Elizabeth II on the obverse in traditional presentation, with mirror-like reflectivity in the fields and rich frost on the raised surfaces. On the back, a reverse-cameo technique was used, with a satin-like finish in the fields and greater surface reflectivity atop Prince Henry's bust. Sold with the original box and paperwork which confirms this example as the 20th issued from a maximum mintage of 21. Gross weight 1,098.86 grams of 22 karat gold (0.916 purity). AGW 1000 grams.



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    April, 2018
    20th-23rd Friday-Monday
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