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The First World War Centenary £2 Coin can be found in your change: 5,720,000 coins dated 2014 were struck to enter circulation.
This two pound coin was available to purchase in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) quality from release date: 27 November 2013. Total BU Mintage figures include 40,357 coins in First World War Centenary Royal Mint packs and 24,355 sold in other packaging such as sets / cards (official distributors).
The circulation (CIRC) £2 is worth it's Face Value (FV) of two pound. The Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) First World War Centenary £2 Coin was available from £10.00 on issue, in as new condition this BU £2 coin is worth about £17.
The First World War Centenary (Error: Mule) £2 Coin can be found in your change: we estimate that 100 coins dated 2014 were struck to enter circulation.
There are 37 UK £2 coin designs that can be found in your change - find out which £2 coins are the most valuable?
A depiction of Lord Kitchener pointing, with the inscription "YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU" below the effigy of Lord Kitchener, and the inscription "THE FIRST WORLD WAR 1914 – 1918" and the date "2014" surrounding the designDesign by: John Bergdahl
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS with the inscription "ELIZABETH • II • D • G • REG • FID • DEF • TWO POUNDS •".
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS with the inscription "ELIZABETH II • DEI • GRA • REG • FID • DEF •".Coin Edge
The 2.5mm milled edge is inscribed with the text "THE LAMPS ARE GOING OUT ALL OVER EUROPE".Coin Specification
The value of a coin is always related to the condition. A First World War Centenary £2 Coin in good circulated condition (A few small contact marks on the coin, but retains some original shine and most of the original design detail.) is more desirable to a collector than a worn down battered coin.
Prices shown on this page relate to coins created for circulation (CIRC).
Some coins made for circulation remain "Uncirculated" as they have been kept in or taken from the original sealed coin bag they were packed in after being sent out from The Royal Mint. These are still circulation quality coins - but may keep more of the orginal shine and have a few less contact marks.
Coins not in sealed bags or held in a collection out of the 5,720,000 coins struck, will now have been in circulation for 10 years.