celebratory Silver Coin for Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Leading gold and silver coin online retailer, http://www.coininvest.com/ announced the launch of a special fine silver coin accompanied by SwarovskiÔ crystals to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this weekend.

A special keepsake the silver coin will give royalists everywhere the opportunity to mark the joyous occasion and remember the date forever.

Finely engraved on the coin’s reverse is a portrait of the royal couple-to-be by Canadian artist, Joel Kimmel depicting one of the couple’s official engagement photographs. The obverse features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.

Three Swarovski Crystals add special sparkle to this exquisite memory with each one specially selected to recreate the three-stone arrangement of the real engagement ring designed by Prince Harry, who chose two small diamonds from the personal collection of the Princess of Wales.

Packaged in a beautiful clamshell beauty box, the coin uses English roses and escallop shells from Prince Harry’s coat of arms making it an extraordinary collectible for those looking to invest in their love of the royals.

Daniel Marburger, director of http://www.coinvest.com/ comments, “The celebratory silver coin is a great way for those excited by the Royal Wedding to mark the occasion forever. As well as a fitting keepsake to look back on, it has the potential to be a great investment too.”

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