This product is supplied as 'coin only' in a plastic capsule. There is no box or certificate.
This 2003 £1 (One Pound) proof coin features Forth Railway Bridge in Scotland. These were released as a pattern design years in advance of the general release of the standard £1 coins of these series. As such they bear the inscription "PATTERN" rather than "ONE POUND". They also feature a plain rather than a milled edge and have the hallmark of the Royal Mint.
The Forth Railway Bridge crosses the Firth of Forth, an estuary meeting the North Sea just north of Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh. The bridge is used for commercial and passenger rail transport. It was finished in 1889 and due to its iconic status and incredible building requisites it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2015.
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