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Did you know you could do this with the coins in your pocket? Here’s the Royal Shield on the front of the one pound coin…

The Royal Shield shown on the One Pound coin

The Royal Shield shown on the One Pound coin

After spotting a portion of the pattern on the 5p coin I was intrigued. So I spent the next few days keeping all my change. Then when I got a 10p that also had a portion of the pattern on it I knew I was right. After that I kept on keeping my change trying to get a full set of the smaller coins that make up the image again. Clever isn’t it!

£1.88 well spent kept!

Clever!  The Royal Shield shown on the 10p, 2p, 1p, 5p, 20p, and 50p coins.

Clever! The Royal Shield shown on the 10p, 2p, 1p, 5p, 20p, and 50p coins.

I wonder why they didn’t try to incorporate the Two Pound coin? Was it just that it might have spoiled the symmetrical aesthetics of the layout?

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