The Ultra High-Relief Queen's Portrait 2oz Silver Coin

To celebrate the Queen's landmark 95th birthday a unique coin has been issued The first-ever sculptural Portrait Silver coin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Never before in British history has a reigning monarch celebrated a 95th birthday. Never before has a coin been crafted to emulate the portrait of Her Majesty The Queen in such sculptural high relief. 

  • Two troy ounces of Silver

  • World-First — Ultra High Relief Effigy of HM Queen Elizabeth II

  • The technology used to make this coin is cutting-edge and is rarely used

  • Struck on the Day

  • Only 750 coins have been issued

  • Unique & Individual — each coin is individually numbered

  • Beautifully presented with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity

Measures: 64mm x 31mm x 7.5mm


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This year, the nation celebrates the 95th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II — the first monarch in our history ever to do so!

This is an unprecedented landmark in an extraordinary reign, the likes of which we, or future generations, are unlikely to ever see again. For most of us, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has been our queen all our adult lives, so it's hard to imagine that on 21st April 1926 when she was born, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary never expected to reign. From a young princess and her fairy tale coronation to a pillar of strength in an ever-changing world, we have shared in the highs and lows for an incredible 95 years of Her Majesty’s life. 

To celebrate this landmark birthday the first-ever sculptural portrait silver coin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has been issued

Struck in ultra-high relief and two ounces of solid silver this legal tender coin is a majestic tribute. The depth of relief is so great (up to 7.5mm) that it has a three-dimensional look. Crafted with exquisite detailing it contains a full two troy ounces of 999 pure silver. The design chosen for this coin is taken from the iconic Coronation portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. It shows her as she looked on the day of her coronation in 1953, wearing the Imperial State Crown. This is the first time a sculptural silver coin has been minted depicting the Queen’s effigy in this way. Not only is it a world-first silver coin due to its unique design, but it is also a coin that takes its place in history — as it was struck on the very same day that the Queen celebrated her 95th birthday.

As exclusive as it is technically brilliant — the mintage of this legal-tender issue is a mere 750 worldwide

Owing to the inherent difficulty and skill required to strike coins of this beauty and quality, this special collector’s edition silver coin has been limited to just 750 issued worldwide — the mintage limit a unique nod to Her Majesty's landmark birthday. But what makes this edition exceptional is that the coins were struck on one day only, the 21st April 2021, which means once the edition limit is sold out, it can never be repeated.

Edition sell-out imminent — order today to secure your coin

This spectacular new legal tender coin is sure to be the crowning glory of any coin collection, it is also the perfect gift for anyone who appreciates the pinnacle of modern minting. Beyond any doubt, it is a coin that deserves to be seen.

This exclusive tribute to Queen Elizabeth II’s 95th birthday is a notable issue: each coin is completely unique — making it the ultimate collectors’ item — a fact attested to by the uniquely numbered Certificate of Authenticity which accompanies each issue and guarantees your coin's specifications, provenance and limited-edition status. Completing the presentation, each coin is beautifully presented within a luxurious presentation case.

The First-ever Sculptural Portrait Silver Coin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II


Two Dollars


.999 Fine Silver


2 Troy Ounces — 62.2 grams

Date of Issue

21 April 2021 — issued on the day of HM Queen Elizabeth II’s 95th Birthday




64mm x 31mm x 7.5mm


Denomination and effigy of Queen Elizabeth II


Ultra-High Relief Sculpted Portrait
of Her Majesty The Queen on the day of her Coronation


750 worldwide — each edition is individually numbered.



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