Between 2004 and 2007, the Royal Mint released four £1 coins representing the four constituent countries of the United Kingdom: in chronological order - Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England. Each coin depicts a bridge in the respective country.
Normally, the Mint does not release patterns. However, these designs were released in collector sets (one in gold and one in silver) in 2003, with the word PATTERN instead of the value and denomination ONE POUND.
|Coins Grade||Proof FDC (PR65 and above)|
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|The Silver Proof Pattern Collection 2003
|Spink, Coins of England and the United Kingdom||PPS1-2003|