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  • 2004 UK Coin £1 Silver Proof Piedfort Forth Rail Bridge 22313
  • 2004 UK Coin £1 Silver Proof Piedfort Forth Rail Bridge 22314
  • 2004 UK Coin £1 Silver Proof Piedfort Forth Rail Bridge 22315
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2004 UK Coin £1 Silver Proof Piedfort Forth Rail Bridge

The Forth Railway Bridge appears on the 2004 one pound coin representing Scotland. This 2004 silver proof piedfort £1 coin is the first in a four coin collection based on famous bridges in the United Kingdom. Designed by Edwina Ellis, this coin celebrates the superb engineering that Britain is famous for throughout the world.

This 204 Bridges £1 coin is struck in 0.925 silver fineness and comes in a presentation box with a certificate of authenticity. The one pound coin is British legal tender and is free from Capital Gains Tax.


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The 2004 silver proof piedfort one pound coin with a reverse design by Edwina Ellis pays homage to Scotland. It features one of Scotland's most famous landmarks, the magnificent Forth Rail Bridge. This is the first in the Bridges series that were issued between 2004 to 2007.

Since 1983, when the new pound coin was issued, the designs on the reverses of the pound coins have been changed in cycles of five years, one 'British' version, and four other designs each representing the four constituent parts of the United Kingdom. 

On 28 March 2017, the circulated round pound was replaced by the 12 sided £1 coin. On the 15 October the round £1 coin will cease to be legal tender.

Read more about the pound coin in our blogs:

One Pound Coin Designs, The Complete Collection 1983 - 2017

Introducing the New 12 Sided One Pound Coin

One Pound Coin Specifications

Why Did They Make 2016 12 Sided £1 Coins?

What is a 2016 Twelve Sided New £1 Pound Coin Worth?

Piedfort Coins - Heavyweight Coin Collecting


The obverse bears the fourth definitive UK coin portrait of Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley.


The Forth Bridge engraving is the first design in the British Bridges series representing Scotland. Designed by Edwina Ellis, this engraving is contained with a border of railway tracks.


Version Diameter (mm) Weight (grams) Metal Alloy  Actual Metal Weight (troy ounces) Issue Limit
Ordinary Circulation 22.50 9.50 Nickel-brass     39,162,000 
Uncirculated in Folder 22.50 9.50 Nickel-brass     24,014 
Silver Proof 22.50 9.50 Silver 0.925 Silver 0.2825 11,470
Piedfort Silver Proof 22.50 19 Silver 0.925 Silver 0.5650 7,013
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Bullion coins are provided as is and on occasion may have some minor scratches or edge knocks. These are not regarded as faulty or damaged goods as their precious metal content and value as a bullion coin is not affected. Any coin sold for a value less than a 180% intrinsic is considered a bullion coin.

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