Coin with a portrait of King Charles III. Presented

Coin with a portrait of King Charles III.  Presented

For the first time ever, the Royal Mint has coins bearing the portrait of the new King Charles III. Presented. The direction of view is an important detail.

Britain’s Mint on Friday produced an effigy of King Charles III. Appeared, which will appear on future British coins. It is the work of British sculptor Martin Jennings and was personally commissioned by Charles.

The first coins to bear the effigy of the new king are a commemorative five-pound coin and a 50-pence coin commemorating the life of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. They are scheduled to be released “in the coming months”, potentially in December, according to the Royal Mint.

Jennings said he designed the portrait of Charles from a photograph. This is his smallest work till date. It humbles him when he imagines that people around the world will be able to see and hold it in their hands for centuries to come. The new coins bear the Latin inscription: “King Charles III, by the grace of God, protector of the faith”.

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