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This year the Queen marks 70 years on the throne, making her the first ever monarch to reach the Platinum Jubilee milestone.
While there's a huge variety of memorabilia to purchase right now, from commemorative plates to mugs and tea towels, if you're after a keepsake that will last generations (and may also rise in value), you may want to invest in one of The Royal Mint's commemorative coins.
The collectables range in price, from a more affordable £7 for a special 50p coin, to uncirculated – and therefore rarer – coins directly from The Royal Mint. The coins feature the number 70 as well as the dates 1952-2022.
While it's too late to pick up the £200 Platinum Jubilee celebration two-coin set (there were only 1,500 available), there's still time to grab an uncirculated 50p, an uncirculated £5 coin and two limited edition sets; a half sovereign set and a full sovereign set. The latter two feature year-dated gold bullion sovereigns and there's just 499 available of each set.
As for how much they could be worth in the future? The Coin Expert reveals that if you're in possession of a 1977 Jubilee crown coin it could already be worth up to £150.
Shop The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Coins 2022
50p Platinum Jubilee Uncirculated Coin | £7 from The Royal Mint
The uncirculated coin has '70' and the dates 1952-2022 on one side and a portrait of the Queen on a horse on the other. This coin has a finer finish then the 50p coins currently in circulation, making it a great collectable.
This is the first time a royal event has been commemorated on a UK 50p coin, so that makes it that extra bit special.
£5 Platinum Jubilee Uncirculated Coin | £10 from The Royal Mint
This lasting keepsake includes a design by the renowned artist John Bergdahl. Similar to the 50p coin, it has a portrait of the Queen on a horse on one side.
As well as the coin itself, collectors will receive a booklet exploring the Queen's life throughout the years. The coin sits atop this booklet, giving you the option to keep them both together for the future.
Her Majesty The Queen’s Jubilee Half-Sovereign Set | £1,150 from The Royal Mint
This half sovereign set features year-dated bullion half sovereigns for the Queen's Golden, Diamond and Platinum Jubilee years. Each half sovereign is made extra special with a jubilee reverse side.
Designed by artist Timothy Noad, the 2002-dated Half-Sovereign features a Royal Arms reverse design. The most impressive part? There's only 499 in circulation. This is a true collector's item.
Her Majesty The Queen’s Jubilee Sovereign Set | £1,800 from The Royal Mint
Similar to the half sovereign, this set is one of just 499 available for collectors. At £1,800, it's an investment piece. It features year-dated bullion sovereigns for the Queen's Golden, Diamond and Platinum Jubilee years with a special jubilee reverse side.
The limited edition set also includes a 2012 Sovereign that features an alternative St George and the dragon reverse design by Paul Day.