£1: Scotland: Thistle

Mintage: 216,837,002

Years of issue: 1984, 1989 Information: The first reverse design series of £1 coins took floral emblems as its theme to represent the United Kingdom and its four constituent countries. They were designed by Leslie Durbin - one of the most highly-regarded silversmiths of the 20th Century. The Thistle is used on this coin to represent Scotland.
Edge Inscription: NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT

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