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2011 Mary Rose £2 Coin

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2011 Mary Rose £2
2011 Mary Rose £2

Join the Coin Hunt: This £2 coin can be found in your change, on average you would see one of this coin design in every 1224 two pound coins received as change.

How much is the Mary Rose 2 pound coin worth?
ebayMary Rose £2 Coin value eBay. Good condition circulated examples of this coin are currenly selling on eBay for between £4.31 and £4.86.

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The Mary Rose as depicted in the Anthony Roll
The Mary Rose as depicted in the Anthony Roll

The Mary Rose was one of Henry VIII's warships. Launched in 1511, and rebuilt in 1536, she sank in July 1545. Although the cause of sinking is still unknown, the wreck was discovered in 1971, and was raised in 1982. Artefacts were also found amongst the wreckage, such as weapons, sailing equipment and supplies. The ship is now on display at the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth, where she was first built.

The design of this £2 coin is by John Bergdahl, showing the Mary Rose on the sea, surrounded by stylised text of 'The Mary Rose' and the denomination. The edge inscription states 'YOUR NOBLEST SHIPPE 1511', with the obverse design by Ian Rank-Broadley.

Alloy (Inner)
Alloy (Outer)
Reverse Designer
John Bergdahl
Obverse Designer
Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
Mintage Figure

Minting errors: Is there a Mary Rose £2 coin mint error?

Sellers of coins from circulation would like to sell coins for as much over face value as possible, so often refer to "rare mint error" in the description on marketplaces such as eBay. If you are looking to buy this coin, read this first to ensure you do not pay far more than the coin is worth as a collector item.

No mint errors for this coin have been confirmed by The Royal Mint.

£2 Coin Error: Misaligned dots Misaligned dots
On the Obverse (heads) side of the coin, there are small raised dots around the edge of the silver coloured section of the coin. On some coins these dots may be offset, so, for example they may appear away from the edge above the Queens head and be very close the the edge or missing from the opposite side (below the Queens neck).

This is common on all two pound coins minted before 2015 and is not considered a minting error.

£2 Coin Error: Edge inscription upside down Edge inscription upside down
The inscription on the edge of the coin YOUR NOBLEST SHIPPE 1511 is upside down when the coin is Obverse (heads) side up.

This is common on all two pound coins and is not a minting error as the inscription is not struck a certain way up. Any two pound coin can have the writing on the edge any way up.

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