Five pounds (British coin)

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Five pounds
United Kingdom
Value£5
Mass28.28 g
Diameter38.61 mm
Thickness2.89 mm
EdgeMilled, with an inscription
CompositionCupro-nickel
(75% Cu, 25% Ni)
Silver (.925 Sterling Silver)
Gold
Years of minting1990–present
Obverse
Design Queen Elizabeth II
Designer Ian Rank-Broadley
Design date1998
Reverse
DesignNo standard reverse design; the design varies each year with the event being commemorated

The British five pound (£5) coin is a commemorative denomination of sterling coinage. Its obverse has featured the profile of Queen Elizabeth II since the coin’s introduction in 1990. Two different portraits of the Queen have graced the coin, with the latest design by Ian Rank-Broadley being introduced in 1998. The coin has no standard reverse; instead it is altered each year to commemorate important events. Variant obverses have also been used on occasion.

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The coin is a continuation of the crown, which after decimalisation became the commemorative twenty-five pence coin. The twenty-five pence was discontinued in 1981 after creating a large coin with such small value became prohibitively expensive. The five pound coin shares the same dimensions as the twenty-five pence coin, and the five shilling coin before it, but has a value twenty times greater.

Five pound coins are legal tender but are intended as souvenirs and are rarely seen in circulation. [1] The coins are sold by the Royal Mint at face value and also, with presentation folders, at a premium to that face value. The 2010 coins, with such folders, were sold for £9.95 each. [2] As of 2020 the coin and folder cost £13.

Separate five pound coin designs have also been released in various British crown dependencies and British Overseas Territories. These are outside of the scope of this article and are not listed below.

Design

The designs which have appeared on the five pound coin's reverse are summarised in the table below, they can now be spent at the shops since 16 November 2015 as it started to circulate again.

NumberYearImageEvent [3] Design [4] Edge InscriptionDesignerMintage
11990The Queen Mother's 90th BirthdayA cypher in the letter E in duplicate, above a royal crown flanked by a rose and a thistle all within the inscription QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER and the dates 1900–1990Leslie Durbin2,761,431
21993The Queen's Coronation 40th AnniversarySt Edward's Crown encircled by forty trumpets all within the inscription FAITH AND TRUTH I WILL BEAR UNTO YOU and the anniversary dates 1953–1993Robert Elderton1,834,655
31996The Queen's 70th BirthdayA representation of Windsor Castle with five flag poles, two holding forked pennants with anniversary dates of 1926 and 1996, the other flags are Royal Arms, Union flag and Our Personal flagAvril Vaughan2,396,100
41997Golden Wedding Anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of EdinburghA pair of Shields, chevronwise, on the left, Shield of Our Royal Arms, on the right, Shield of Prince Philip, above a Royal Crown and the date 20 NOVEMBER, below an anchor cabled and FIVE POUNDSLeslie Durbin1,733,000
51998Prince Charles' 50th BirthdayA portrait of Prince Charles and in the background words relating to the work of The Prince's Trust. A circumscription of FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY OF HRH PRINCE OF WALES and below FIVE POUNDS flanked by anniversary dates of 1948 and 1998Michael Noakes/Robert Elderton1,407,300
61999Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial CrownA portrait of Diana, Princess of Wales with the dates 1961 and 1997, circumscription IN MEMORY OF DIANA PRINCESS OF WALES and the value FIVE POUNDSDavid Cornell5,396,300
71999Millennium CrownA representation of a dial of a clock, hands set at 12 o'clock with a map of the British Isles and the dates 1999 and 2000 and the words ANNO DOMINI and the value FIVE POUNDSWHAT'S PAST IS PROLOGUEJeffrey Matthews5,396,300
82000Millennium CrownA representation of a dial of a clock, hands set at 12 o'clock with a map of the British Isles and the dates 1999 and 2000 and the words ANNO DOMINI and the value FIVE POUNDSWHAT'S PAST IS PROLOGUEJeffrey Matthews3,147,092
92000The Queen Mother's 100th BirthdayA portrait of the Queen Mother,flanked by groups of people with the circumscription QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER, the anniversary dates 1900–2000. Below the portrait a representation of her signature. Ian Rank-Broadley 3,147,092
102001Death of Queen Victoria 100th AnniversaryA representation of Crystal Palace within the value FIVE POUNDS, stylised railway lines in the shape of a V incorporating a portrait of Queen Victoria, remnant of the words ONE PENNY and anniversary dates of 1901 and 2001Mary Milner-Dickens851,491
112002Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth IIA portrait of the Queen with the value FIVE POUNDS belowIan Rank-Broadley3,469,243
122002Queen Mother Memorial CrownA portrait of the Queen Mother encircled by a wreath and with the circumscription QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER and the dates 1900–2002STRENGTH DIGNITY LAUGHTERAvril Vaughan3,469,243
132003The Queen's Coronation 50th AnniversaryGOD SAVE THE QUEEN in the centre surrounded by the words CORONATION JUBILEE FIVE POUNDS and the anniversary date 2003Tom Phillips1,307,147
142004Entente Cordiale between Great Britain and France 100th AnniversaryCombined figures of Britannia and Marianne, with the words ENTENTE CORDIALE and the anniversary dates 1904 and 2004 David Gentleman 1,205,594
152005200th Anniversary of the Battle of TrafalgarDesign features HMS Victory & Termeraire in battle surrounded by inscription TRAFALGAR and the dates 1805 & 2005Clive Duncan1,075,516
162005200th Anniversary of the death of Horatio NelsonA portrait of Horatio Nelson and the dates 1805 & 2005ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERYMAN TO DO HIS DUTYJames Butler1,075,516
172006The Queen's 80th BirthdayThree trumpets with trumpet banners accompanied by the inscription 1926 VIVAT REGINA 2006DUTY SERVICE FAITHDanuta Solowiej-Wedderburn52,267
182007Diamond Wedding Anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of EdinburghThe rose window of Westminster Abbey accompanied by the inscription TVEATVR VNITA DEVS, the dates 1947 and 2007, and the denomination FIVE POUNDSMY STRENGTH AND STAYEmma Noble30,561
192008450th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth IA portrait of Queen Elizabeth I crowned and set within a mandorla. A rose has been placed at each connecting point while the two side arches each contain a leaf pattern reminiscent of the carvings made by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. The year of her accession and the year of the anniversary are both shown in Roman numerals.I HAVE REIGNED WITH YOUR LOVESRod Kelly20,047
202008Prince Charles' 60th BirthdayA portrait of His Royal Highness The Prince of WalesSIXTIETH BIRTHDAYIan Rank-Broadley14,088
212009500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIIIJohn Bergdahl67,119
222009Countdown to 2012: 3Two swimmers, and countdown number '3'. The words COUNTDOWN above and XXX OLYMPIAD below; the London 2012 logo on the left, the date 2009 on the right.Claire Aldridge184,921
232010350th Anniversary of the Restoration of the MonarchyDavid Cornell30,247
242010Countdown to 2012: 2Two runners, and countdown number '2'. The words COUNTDOWN above and XXX OLYMPIAD below; the London 2012 logo on the left, the date 2010 below the image.Claire Aldridge153,080
252011Royal Wedding: Prince William and Miss Catherine MiddletonMark Richards250,000
26201190th Birthday of the Duke of EdinburghMark Richards18,730
272011Countdown to 2012: 1Cyclist, and countdown number '1'. The words COUNTDOWN above and XXX OLYMPIAD below; the London 2012 logo on the right, the date 2011 on the left.Claire Aldridge52,261
282012Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth IIIan Rank-Broadley484,775
292012Countdown to 2012Three medallists on a podium. The words COUNTDOWN above and XXX OLYMPIAD below; the London 2012 logo on the right, the date 2012 above the image.Claire Aldridge52,261
302012Olympic GamesLondon skyline with the inscription LONDON 2012 above, surrounded by a selection of sporting images, and the London 2012 logo at the top.Saiman Miah315,983
312012Paralympic GamesSegments of a target, a spoked wheel, a stopwatch and the clock-face of the Palace of Westminster. The inscription LONDON 2012 is upper left, and London 2012 Paralympic logo is lower left.Pippa Sanderson55,524
322013Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II (60th Anniversary)Emma Noble57,262
332013Birth of Prince George7,460
342013Christening of Prince George--56,014
352014Death of Queen Anne (300th Anniversary)Mark Richards12,181
362014Prince George's First Birthday7,500
372015Death of Winston Churchill (50th Anniversary)-Mark Richards18,161
382015Battle of Waterloo (200th Anniversary)-David Lawrence24,554
392015Birth of Princess Charlotte-John Bergdahl3,000 (C)
402015Christening of Princess Charlotte
412015Second Birthday of Prince George
422015Longest Reigning MonarchJames Butler
43201690th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II-Christopher Hobbs9,360 (C)
442017House of Windsor (100th Anniversary)-Timothy Noad
452017Coronation of King Canute (1000th Anniversary)-Lee R. Jones7,100 (C)
462017Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II-Glyn Davies5,980 (C)
472017Prince Philip: Celebrating a Life of Service- Humphrey Paget 3,750 (C)
482017Remembrance Day-Stephen Taylor12,720 (C)
492017Platinum Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip-John Bergdahl2,760 (C)
502017Christmas Tree-Edwina Ellis12,030 (C)
512017The Queen's Beasts I: The Lion of England- Jody Clark 15,000 (C)
522017The Queen's Beasts II: The Unicorn of Scotland-Jody Clark3,570 (C)
532018The Queen's Beasts III: The Red Dragon of Wales-Jody Clark2,870 (C)
5420185th Birthday of Prince George-Jody Clark2,970 (C)
552018Four Generations of Royalty-Timothy Noad9,300 (C)
562018The Queen's Beasts IV: The Black Bull of Clarence-Jody Clark3,010 (C)
572018Royal Wedding: Prince Henry and Ms Meghan Markle-Jody Clark20,250 (C)
582018Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II (65th Anniversary)Stephen Taylor3,300 (C)
592018The Pride of EnglandAs 2017 version; reissued dated 2018 for the World Cup.-Jody Clark5,100 (C)
602018Remembrance Day (2018)4,000 (C)
612018 The Nutcracker Harry Brockway12,000 (C)
622018Prince Charles' 70th BirthdayRobert Elderton5,000 (C)
632018Royal Academy of Arts2,190 (C)
642019The Queen's Beasts V: The Falcon of the PlantagenetsJody Clark3,690 (C)
652019Legend of the Ravens (Tower of London)Jody Clark5,400 (C)
662019The Queen's Beasts VI: The Yale of BeaufortJody Clark2,940 (C)
672019The Crown Jewels (Tower of London)Glyn Davies4,200 (C)
682019Queen Victoria (200th anniversary of the birth)John Bergdahl15,030 (C)
692019The Yeoman Wardens (Tower of London)Glyn Davies6,600 (C)
702019The Lion of England - Cricket World CupJody Clark6,720 (C)
712019Ceremony of Keys (Tower of London)Glyn Davies8,700 (C)
722020Lunar Year of the RatP.J. Lynch
732019 Remembrance Day (100 years of Remembrance Day)Harry Brockway6,300 (C)
742020The Queen's Beasts VII: The White Lion of MortimerJody Clark3,610 (C)
752020 George III (200th anniversary of his death)incorporates an effigy of the king in the centre alongside the King’s Observatory and Windsor Castle around the outsideDominique Evans9,240 (C)
762020Music Legends: Queen features the band's logo QUEEN and instruments played by the members: Bechstein grand piano played by Freddie Mercury for "Bohemian Rhapsody", May's "Red Special" guitar, Roger Taylor's Ludwig bass drum with an early-day Queen crest and John Deacon's Fender Precision Bass. [5] Chris Facey8,160 (C)
772020The Queen's Beasts VIII: The White Horse of HanoverJody Clark2,630 (C)
782020William Wordsworth (250th Anniversary of the Birth)David Lawrence5,600 (C)
792020Bond, James BondChristian Davies & Matt Dent2,010 (C)
802020Pay Attention 007 (James Bond)Christian Davies & Matt Dent1,830 (C)
812020Shaken Not Stirred (James Bond)Christian Davies & Matt Dent1,380 (C)
822020The White Tower (Tower of London)Timothy Noad2,370 (C)
832020The Royal Menagerie (Tower of London)Timothy Noad1,620 (C)
842020The Royal Mint (Tower of London)Timothy Noad1,500 (C)
852020The Infamous Prison (Tower of London)Timothy Noad2,580 (C)
862020Music Legends: Elton John Bradley Morgan Johnson2,160 (C)
872020 British Red Cross (150th Anniversary)Henry Gray16,580 (C)
882020End of the Second World War (75th Anniversary)Matthew Dent & Christian Davies7,300 (C)
892020Remembrance Day (2020)Natasha Preece1,170 (C)
902021The White Greyhound of RichmondHarry Brockway2,910 (C)
912021 Lunar Year of the Ox Jody Clark
922020Music Legends: David Bowie Jody Clark3,450 (C)
932021The 95th Birthday of Her Majesty The QueenTimothy Noad3,180 (C)
942021The Griffin of Edward IIIJody Clark2,700 (C)
952021 Mr. Happy – The 50th Anniversary of Mr. Men Little MissJody Clark8,200 (C)
962021 Mr Strong & Little Miss Giggles – The 50th Anniversary of Mr. Men Little MissJody Clark6,200 (C)
972021 Little Miss Sunshine – The 50th Anniversary of Mr. Men Little MissJody Clark6,900 (C)
982021The 150th Anniversary of the Royal Albert Hall Jody Clark3,160 (C)
992021 Alfred the Great Jody Clark2,610 (C)
1002021The Tale of Peter Rabbit Has inscribed: “Now run along, and don't get into mischief. I am going out.”Jody Clark69,000 (C)
1012021The Queen's BeastsJody Clark1,160 (C)
1022021Music Legends: The Who Design includes a Union Jack flag, mod logo, and a Rickenbacker guitar Jody Clark, Henry Gray17,070 (C)

C = Circulating

Coin Sets

Additionally, the Royal Mint have released a number of five pound coin sets in silver proof quality.

2012 Olympics Set

A series of 18 commemorative £5 coins were issued to celebrate the London 2012 Olympics. [6]

  1. Mind Stonehenge [7]
  2. Mind Big Ben [8]
  3. Mind Angel of the North [9]
  4. Mind Flying Scotsman [10]
  5. Mind The Globe Theatre [11]
  6. Mind Sir Isaac Newton [12]
  7. Body Giant's Causeway [13]
  8. Body The Great British Oak [14]
  9. Body River Thames [15]
  10. Body Weather [16]
  11. Body British Fauna [17]
  12. Body The Coastline of Britain [18]
  13. Spirit Courage [19]
  14. Spirit Pageantry [20]
  15. Spirit Unity [21]
  16. Spirit Music [22]
  17. Spirit Humour [23]
  18. Spirit Tolerance [24]

Queen's Portrait Set

Four proof coins were released as part of the 2013 Queen's Portrait set. These coins feature the four portraits of Elizabeth II that appear on British coins. [25]

The Portrait of Britain Set

Sixteen silver proof coins have been released as part of the 'Portrait of Britain' set. [26]

The First World War Set

A series of silver proof coins have been released as part of the 'First World War' set. 36 coins were released as part of this series. [27]

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Preceded by Crown-sized British coin
1990–Present
Succeeded by
Current