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2022 Platinum Proof Piedfort Platinum Jubilee £5 Coin

2022 Platinum Proof Piedfort Platinum Jubilee £5 Coin

To mark the 70th year of HM Queen Elizabeth II's reign, The Royal Mint has released platinum proof £5 'piedfort' coins.

Limited Edition of 52 coins, please call if you wish to purchase. 

The obverse features the new Jubilee portrait of the Queen on horseback and the reverse features the new royal mantle design, similar to that previously seen on the coins of William IV.

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Platinum Jubilee

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrates 70 years since she ascended the throne on 6th February 1952, although her coronation would not take place until June the following year.

Queen Elizabeth II is Britain's longest reigning monarch, after surpassing that of her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria (63 years, 216 days), in 2015.

Her Majesty is also the 4th longest reigning monarch of all time, behind Louis XIV of France, Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) of Thailand, and Johann II of Liechtenstein.

Piedfort Coins

Piedfort comes from the French pied-fort or piefort which translates to heavy weight. It is used to describe a specially issued coin, which is thicker and heavier than the usual specifications. Piedfort coins are usually struck using the same dies as the standard coins. The diameter remains the same but they are greater thickness and weight of the standard precious metal coin, usually double. 

Privy Council

We first heard about the coin after the Privy Council published information about it. The Privy Council is made up of senior politicians who advise the Queen on such matters as bank holidays, coinage and livery company statuses. The Royal Mint have to submit any new coin designs to The Privy Council for approval and that information is then announced on the Privy Council website. 


Designed by John Bergdahl, the obverse features the new Jubilee portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on horseback. It is similar to the 1953 Coronation


The reverse of the coin features a royal mantle design last seen on the coins during the short reign of William IV.


Weight / SizePiedfort
Platinum Weight Troy Ounces3.027
Fineness / Carat0.9995
Mintage Figure52
Retail Price£5,495
Issuing Monarch Elizabeth II (1952-2022)
Mint / BrandThe Royal Mint
CountryUnited Kingdom
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