Over the years, the U.S. Money Reserve has become very popular with coin collectors. Putting out limited-edition, rare releases that are exclusively distributed, the company has built up quite a reputation within the coin community. Read more: US Money Reserve | Bizjournals and US Money Researve | Instagram
And for those who enjoyed the epic Pearl Harbor collection, there is something extraordinary about to drop yet again.
With the royals in the news these days, the U.S. Reserve is celebrating a very timely event—the 65th coronation anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II. For those who follow the triumphs and tribulations of the royals, it is difficult to imagine a better gift.
Partnering with The Perth Mint for this special release, the U.S. Reserve excels at commemorating the events that matter most in our history.
Their famed Pearl Harbor coin collection was highly admired, so it wouldn’t be a shock to see this collection sell out quickly. Not only is the release very timely, but the quality of the coins is truly compelling.
As people are celebrating the marriage of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle, they may recall the coronation, which was the television event of its decade. With hundreds of millions of people tuning in to see Her Majesty claim her throne back in 1953, it is easy to see why this coin collection may recall magnificent memories.
When they order this collection, coin enthusiasts will find that they have two new gold proof coins in their possession—one that is two ounces and one that is a quarter of an ounce. Rounding out the set is a silver proof coin that weighs one ounce.
Since, the U.S. Reserve is only making 203 of these sets available, those who are interested should not waste time if they’d like to order. With all of the excitement surrounding the monarchy these days, it’s anyone’s guess when the coins will be sold out.
Indeed, many have expressed enthusiasm for the design of these coins, which boast spectacular symbols. There is St. Edward’s Crown, as well as the golden wattle and Australian state flowers. For coin hobbyists who are seeking out something a little different, this collection just might do the trick.
Struck from pure silver and gold, these coins are also considered legal tender. With The Perth Mint of Australia backing this collection, there exists true inspiration and greatness in its composition.