What is the minting error on Trinity House 2 coin?

What is the minting error on Trinity House 2 coin?

Minting errors: Is there a Trinity House £2 coin mint error? The inscription on the edge of the coin SERVING THE MARINER is upside down when the coin is Obverse (heads) side up.

How many Trinity House 2 coins are there?

The Trinity House coin has a mintage of 3,705,000, still a common coin to find.

How much is the anniversary of the Golden Guinea worth?

Collector Value: £2.77 is a mid-point price for 2013 Anniversary of the Guinea £2 coins marked as sold on eBay UK. The price range for a good condition circulated example of this £2 coin is between £2.62 and £2.86.

What are valuable 2 pound coins?

  • 2002 Commonwealth Games Northern Ireland – £48.
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games England – £22.
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games Scotland – £38.
  • Olympic handover – £9.54.
  • London 2012 handover – £10.
  • 2015 First World War (navy) – £28.
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games Wales – £32.
  • Olympic centenary – £10.88.

How much is a 2014 Trinity House coin worth?

It is currently worth £2.69 to a collector. Rare £2 Coins Valuation for 2014 Trinity House How much is my Trinity House £2 coin worth? The 2014 Trinity House design is the twentyfirst rarest £2 coin in circulation and has a value of 2 pounds, but collectors of coins currently pay £2.69*to own this coin.

Who is the designer of the Trinity House 2 pound coin?

Trinity House 2014 2 Pound Coin The Trinity House coin’s design is of the lighthouse, the symbolic feature of safety on the seas. Designed by Joe Whitlock Blundell and David Eccles, the lighthouse design also features the important lenses within that shine the beacons of light to ships nearby.

When was the 500 th anniversary of Trinity House?

Trinity House celebrated its 500 th anniversary in 2014 and to mark this occasion the Royal Mint released a Trinity House £2 coin. For coin collectors these are a must but anyone with an interest in history or maritime history will want to collect them too.

Why are the edges of Trinity House coins reversed?

Even though these Trinity House coins will occasionally vary with the reversed position of the edge inscription or dots appearing on the obverse side, these are remnants of the high-speed production process used to strike the coins. Occasionally dies will wear out or misalign with the metal, causing such ‘minting errors.’