Royal Mint ‘Strike on the Day’ range for Queen’s birthday


01 June 2021
The Royal Mint will celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s 95th Birthday with a Strike on the Day Celebration Sovereign and a Celebration Sovereign three-coin set.

Ahead of HRH Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday on 12 June, The Royal Mint will offer a Strike on the Day Celebration Sovereign and a Celebration Sovereign three-coin set containing prominent-dated sovereigns from key years of her extraordinary life and reign.

The Royal Mint also marked the milestone birthday by projecting these effigies onto the Tower of London this week, the former home of The Royal Mint.

Special sovereign

There will be a special edition of The Sovereign, the coin of the monarch, struck on the 12 June, 2021 to mark The Queen’s second, official birthday.

Just 1,295 Celebration Sovereigns will be struck on this date and they will feature the exclusive ‘95’ crown privy mark, created for this historic occasion. 1,195 will be available to purchase individually with the additional 100 forming part of a Celebration set.  The Strike on the Day Celebration Sovereign will retail at £630.

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Sovereign set

The three-coin Sovereign set celebrating the 95th Birthday of Her Majesty The Queen in 2021 includes the birth year Sovereign of 1926, one of the first Sovereigns of The Queen’s reign from 1957, and a Strike on the Day Celebration Sovereign 2021. The three-coin set has a LEP of 100 and retails at £1,995.
The Queen, who officially reached the age of 95 on April 21, has had her birthday marked by The Royal Mint with a range of commemorative coins, featuring two new designs, for the occasion.

£5 coin

The £5 coin features a reverse design created by heraldic artist Timothy Noad. In his design, symbols of the UK nations are represented by a posy filled with thistles, daffodils, roses and shamrocks.
In celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s remarkable milestone, The Royal Mint has also gifted a celebratory coin to 95 individuals turning 95 year’s old this year.
Five different effigies of the Queen have been created by The Royal Mint documenting her reign, with her face featured on every British coin in circulation.