UK ONE POUND ROYAL ARMS UPSIDE DOWN VERY RARE COIN 1983. RARE 1983 ROYAL ARMS ONE POUND ERROR COIN "DECUS ET TUTAMEN" UPSIDE DOWN. By 1980 it had become apparent that with the general decline in purchasing power, the. Unit of currency was more appropriate to a coin than a banknote.After consultation with many groups including retailers and special interest groups, the Government announced on 31 July 1981 that a new. Was to be issued on 21 April 1983. Showed a detailed and intricate depiction of the Royal Coat of Arms. Designed by Eric Sewell, Chief Engraver at The Royal Mint, it has become one of the most famous images on British coinage.
The coin's edge inscription is in Latin. DECUS ET TUTAMEN, which may be translated as an "ornament to safeguard". Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Europe\UK (Great Britain)\Other UK Coins". The seller is "changalap0" and is located in this country: LK.
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