The Queen of Britain made a beautiful 15 kg gold coin on Platinum Jubilee
LONDON: An 8-and-a-half-inch diameter gold coin weighing 15 kilograms has been minted by the Royal Mint on the 70th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and its design has been approved by the Queen herself.
Elizabeth II, 96, became queen in 1952 after her father’s death and is the only queen to see her 70th birthday, according to the World News Agency.
The Platinum Jubilee of the Queen’s coronation was celebrated across the country. This celebration will continue for the next 4 months. On this historic occasion, a private collector has made a special gold coin.
The design on both sides of the coin was approved by the Queen herself. A coin made with 400 hours of hard work costs 15,000 pounds, or more than 3.8 million rupees.
The highest quality coin is handmade, making it the largest coin in British history.