1807 2 Pound Coin

1807 2 Pound Coin at Rare British Coins

Why was the 1807 2 Pound minted? It was made to commemorate the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade in the British Empire. This coin was issued in 2007 by the Royal Mint and is  used as general coinage.

The coins shows a date “1807” with the zero or “0” shown as a broken chain link. This has around it the text “AN ACT FOR THE ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE TRADE” and the date “2007” which is the date that the coin was issued. The coin was designed by Mr David Gentleman. You may well find this 1807 £2 coin in your change as it was minted in quite large quantities.

1807 2 Pound Coin for sale – or find out what are 1807 2 Pound Coin worth.

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What is the value of a 1807 Two Pound Coin ?

See below to get an idea of what these coins are currently selling for online. If you are interested in adding some rare £2 coins to your collection – and buying them at the “retail” price, then the best place to buy them from is the Royal Mint website – before someone else does and then puts them up for auction elsewhere!

Click here to see £2 coins for sale on the Royal Mint website (link opens in a new tab). 

 

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