£1: Wales: Dragon passant
Years of issue:
3 - Common
The second series of £1 coin designs used heraldic emblems to represent the United Kingdom and its four constituent countries. This coin features a Dragon Passant to represent Wales. 'Passant' refers to the position of the dragon - with one foot raised. The edge of the coin is inscribed in Welsh; Pleidiol Wyf I'm Gwlad which translates; True am I to my country.
Edge Inscription: PLEIDIOL WYF I'M GWLAD
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