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2021 HM Queen Elizabeth II & 2023 HM King Charles III, Lord of Man Decimal Coin Collections

This product combines the Isle of Man's first decimal coin set featuring HM King Charles III, Lord of Man (5pence - £5) that celebrates the 50th anniversary of Manx Wildlife Trust and the Isle of Man's last decimal coin set featuring his mother HM Queen Elizabeth II, featuring historic landmarks, themes and traditions of the Isle of Man.

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  • 2023 Decimal Coin Set

    The Isle of Man's first decimal coin set featuring HM King Charles III, Lord of Man (5pence - £5) celebrates the 50th anniversary of Manx Wildlife Trust. The institution was founded in 1973 and is the Island's leading nature conservation charity, aiming to protect and conserve the diverse fauna of the Island.

    The coins each feature a different animal, insect, bird or marine creature along with their titles in English and Manx. The currency designs will be completed on the following denominations; Five Pence, Ten Pence, Twenty Pence, Fifty Pence, One Pound, Two Pounds and Five Pounds.

    Part of the proceeds from the packs will be donated to the Manx Wildlife Trust. This coin collection perfectly complements the 

    Design & Specification

    Five Pence
    Manx Shearwater -Pibbin Vanninagh
    Known for its haunting call, the black and white coloured Manx Shearwater is a seabird which is part of a group of birds called ‘tubenoses’. Returning to land only at night and raising one chick per year, it is an amber listed species of conservation concern in the Isle of Man.

    Diameter: 18mm, Weight: 3.25g

    Metal: Nickel Plated Steel (NIPS)

    Rim finish: Milled Edge

    Ten Pence
    Lesser Mottled Grasshopper - Lheimmeyder-faiyr
    The grasshopper can only be found on the Langness Peninsula, an Area of Special Scientific Interest, and the only location in the British Isles, throughout summer. They can be heard rubbing their legs against their wings to create a ‘song’ for the females.

    Diameter: 24.5mm, Weight: 6.5g

    Metal: Nickel Plated Steel (NIPS)

    Rim finish: Milled Edge

    Twenty Pence
    Mountain Hare - Mwaagh ny Sleityn
    The Mountain Hare can be found in the northern parts of the Island, most commonly in upland moorland areas. Originally native to the isle of Man they are often called ‘Blue Hares’ on the Island and are renowned for turning white in the winter months.

    Diameter: 21.4mm, Weight: 5g

    Metal: Cupro-Nickel

    Rim finish: Plain Edge

    Fifty Pence
    Peregrine Falcon - Shirragh y Ree
    Peregrines are birds of prey and among the fastest animals on the planet, reaching speeds of up to 200 miles per hour when ‘stooping’ – diving down on its prey from a great height. Despite persecution and falling numbers in the 20th century, Peregrines are now making a welcome comeback.

    Diameter: 27.3mm, Weight: 8g

    Metal: Cupro-Nickel

    Rim Finish: Plain Edge

    One Pound
    Grey Seal - Raun Glass
    The lager of the two Manx seal species, Grey Seals spend most of their time out at sea feeding on fish, but can be spotted resting on beaches of the Isle of Man where they breed. Despite number dropping to only 500 in the early 20th century, it’s estimated that there are now more than 120,000 Grey Seals around Britain.

    Diameter: 22.5mm, Weight: 9.5g

    Metal: Nickel Brass

    Rim Finish: Milled Edge

    Two Pounds
    Basking Shark - Sharkagh Greiney
    The largest shark in Manx seas, reaching up to 12m in length, the Basking Shark survives on a diet of zooplankton which they filter out of the water, swimming slowly back and forth with their enormous mouths wide open. Seen in the waters around the Isle of Man in the summer months, the sharks are a protected species of international significance.

    Diameter: 28.4mm, Weight: 12g

    Metal: Bi-Metal

    Rim Finish: Milled Edge

    Five Pounds
    Queen Scallop - Roagan Veg
    The Isle of Man is famous for the ‘Manx Queenie’ as it is known locally. A culturally and economically important species in Manx waters, Marine Nature Reserves mean they can grow to impressive sizes. Conservation regulations and controls aim to ensure the Queen Scallop is preserved and fished sustainably.

    Diameter: 32mm, Weight: 11.7g

    Metal: Alpaca

    Rim finish: Milled Edge

    2021 Decimal Coin Set

    The obverse depicts the approved Queen Elizabeth II effigy portrait, created by Jody Clark for the use on Crown dependencies and Commonwealth countries.

    Five Pence- Manx Shearwater The five pence design depicts the Manx Shearwater, it is a medium-sized shearwater in the seabird family “procellaridae”, it is an amber-listed species of particular conservation concern on the Isle of Man.

    Ten Pence- Manx Cat The Ten Pence design depicts the famous Isle of Man, Manx cat best known as being entirely tailless; this is the most distinguishing characteristic of the breed, along with elongated hind legs and a rounded head.

    Twenty Pence - Viking Longship The Twenty Pence design depicts a typical scene of a sailing Viking Longship. The Isle of Man has a significant Viking heritage; key symbols are Odin’s Raven and Viking Longships.

    Fifty Pence - Manx Loaghtan The design depicts the Manx Loaghtan, a breed of sheep native to the Isle of Man. The sheep have dark brown wool and usually four or occasionally six horns.

    One Pound - Raven and Falcon The coat of arms of the Isle of Man was granted by Elizabeth II, Lord of Mann, on 12 July 1996. In the coat of arms we can find Dexter and Sinister heraldry symbols of a peregrine falcon and a raven.

    Two pounds - Tower of Refuge This important landmark was built upon the reef on the orders of Sir William Hillary, founder of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in 1832. After several shipwrecks upon the semi-submerged rock, he wanted a refuge for survivors until help could arrive.

    Five pounds - Triskele symbol, used as an overarching symbol on the highest denomination The triskelion is arguably the most known symbol of the Isle of Man, it is included in both the coat of arms and the flag of the Isle of Man.

    The Obverse Design- Queen Elizabeth II Effigy by Jody Clark

    The obverse design will be an effigy created by UK designer and sculptor Jody Clark, known for his 2015 effigy of Queen Elizabeth II used on UK coinage. The effigy has been created for use on Crown dependencies and Commonwealth countries.

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