£1: England: Rose and Oak Branch

Mintage: 5,270,000

Years of issue: 2013 Information: The fifth series of £1 coin designs uses pairs of floral emblems designed by Timoty Noad to represent the United Kingdom and its four constituent countries. This coin features an oak branch with an acorn alongside a stem with a tudor-inspired rose to represent England
Edge Inscription:DECUS ET TUTAMEN

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