2004 GOLD BRITANNIA
£10 TEN POUNDS
Britannia first appeared on a Roman coin in 117-138 AD. She first appeared on English coinage during Charles II reign in 1672. She was the natural choice for the new gold coins of 1987, that also took her name.
The 2004 image of Britannia standing proud and defiant on the shoreline her hair and gown gleaming.
This coin contains one tenth troy ounce of fine gold and comes complete with a numbered certificate, and box.
Metal: .999 Gold
Weight :3.41 Grams
Diameter: 16.50 mm
Denomination: Ten Pounds