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Gold Proof 2004 - 2007 £1 One Pound Bridges Collection Boxed


Manufacturer: Royal Mint

Weight (grams): 78.4

Pure gold content (grams): 71.906

Fineness: 916.7

Dimensions: Coin: 22.5mm Diameter each

Stock: In Stock

QTY Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit
1+ £3,886 £0.00 £3,886
£3,886

The Gold Proof 2004 - 2007 One Pound Collection is a four coin set, complete with boxes and certificates. The Walnut effect case is finished to a very high quality, as is the interior. Provided in a blue outer card box.

This set contains four 22-carat gold £1 coins featuring bridges of the United Kingdom. The bridge designs were by artist Edwina Ellis, while the Queen's portraits were by Ian Rank-Broadley.

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The four featured bridges are listed below:

2004: Forth Railway Bridge (top right)

The Forth Railway Bridge is a passenger and commercial railway line crossing the Firth of Forth near Edinburgh in Scotland. It was completed in 1889 and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


2005: Menai Suspension Bridge (bottom left)

The Menai Bridge, designed by Thomas Telford and opened in 1826, connects the island of Anglesey to the northwest mainland of Wales. It operates purely as a road bridge and is a Grade 1 listed building.


2006: Egyptian Arch Railway Bridge (top left)

Commonly known as MacNeill's Egyptian Arch, this bridge is located in Northern Ireland near the border with the Republic. The bridge was completed in 1851 and was built for transporting freight by rail.


2007: Gateshead Millennium Bridge (bottom right)

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is the final bridge in the £1 coin series and the most modern depicted. It is built across the River Tyne in northeast England and connects Gateshead to the south of the river with Newcastle-upon-Tyne to the north.

The bridge opened in 2001 for the public but was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002. It is the only bridge in the series that is purely for pedestrian and cyclist usage. The bridge has special hydraulic rams to lift the bridge to allow small boats and ships to pass beneath it.

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