US Money Reserve Exclusive US Distributor Of New Three Coin Set

By way of great respect for the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II Coronation, US Money Reserve takes pride in being the exclusive US distributor of a new, three coin limited edition set.

The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, which marked the beginning of a more prosperous time, took place on June 2, 1953 with millions of people watching worldwide. Read more: US Money Reserve | Facebook and US Money Reserve | Crunchbase

The US Money Reserve, which is one of the world’s largest distributors of government-issued coins, teamed up with a worldwide leader in precious metals, The Perth Mint of Australia, to present the release of the low mintage coin set. Connect with US Reserve on LinkedIn

The Perth Mint of Australia, which crafted a 1/4 ounce gold coin, a 2 ounce gold coin and a 1 ounce silver coin to form the set, makes use of gold and silver that is 99.99 percent pure.

Richard Hayes, The Perth Mint of Australia chief executive said in a statement, he is pleased with the long established association between the two and that US Money Reserve could not be a better partner.

Previously the two partnered on similar projects to pay tribute to the Queen including the 70th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding 2 ounce Platinum coin in 2017 and Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Proof Coin Set a year earlier. US Reserve functioned as the sole distributor for both releases.

Queen Elizabeth’s photograph is on the front side while the reverse side draws attention to St. Edwards Crown, the symbol of the British Monarchy, above a stylized shield. Official flowers from each Australian state and territory also form part of the design of the coin as well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mint mark, (

From the total amount of 250 complete sets of the 65th Anniversary coin collection, 203 are exclusively available in the United States and each comes with an individually-numbered certificate of authenticity from US Reserve.

Austin, Texas-based US Money Reserve, which was founded in 2001, is headed up by former U. S. Mint Director, Philip N. Diehl. US Money Reserve recommends bullion coins, certified coins and bars as options for precious metal ownership.

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