£1: Scotland: Edinburgh City
Years of issue:
100 - Very Scarce
The fourth series of £1 coins used the capital cities of the four constituent countries as the basis of the reverse design. Designed by Stuart Devlin, Goldsmith and Jeweller to the Queen, this coin depicts the circular Coat of Arms of Edinburgh as the principal focus to represent Scotland.
Edge Inscriptions: NISI DOMINUS FRUSTRA
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