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When His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge was christened, the nation was delighted to see four generations of the Royal Family coming together for the happy occasion. It was a sign of Her Majesty The Queen’s long and happy reign. The moment symbolised stability, experience and the promise of the Windsor dynasty, with four successive generations of the Royal Family together for the first time in more than 100 years.
To mark the moment, The Queen, her son His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, her grandson His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge and her great-grandson Prince George of Cambridge are honoured together for the first time on an official UK coin. The last time four generations of the Royal family were celebrated together was in 1894 under the reign of Queen Victoria. This design has been approved by the Palace.
This edition of the coin has been struck in five ounces of fine silver with a 65 mm diameter. It is the largest silver coin in the collection. The coin finished to Proof standard and presented in a Royal Mint case accompanied by a booklet.
The fifth crowned portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the George IV State Diadem and drop earrings.
ELIZABETH II•D•G•REG•F•D•10 POUNDS•
Depicts, as a celebration of the Royal family, recognisable elements from the Badge of the House of Windsor, such as the oak branches and coronet. All four generations have been represented equally, and because Prince George does not receive his coat of arms or coronet until he is 18. Each generation represented with the initials of their first names: E, C, W and G.
FOUR GENERATIONS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY