In 1619 the British King James I had himself portrayed on a coin with a left facing portrait and a laurel wreath on his head instead of a crown. Therefore, the coin was named Laurel. On the 400th anniversary of the Laurel the Buckingham Palace granted its approval for the first presentation of a left facing Queen Elizabeth II, crowned with a laurel wreath. The set is completed with the motif of the presumably most expensive and rarest coin of Great Britain: the left facing portrait ofw.
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