Royal baby to be celebrated with new £5 Silver “St George” coin – The Telegraph

July 15, 2013

According to The Telegraph:

[T]he Royal Mint yesterday confirmed it …plans to mark one of the most eagerly anticipated moments of the summer.

The new coin will be a silver version of an existing gold Sovereign coin featuring…”St George and Dragon” design, first used in 1817.

Media from around the world are camped out on the pavement of the St Mary’s hospital in London waiting for the royal baby’s arrival.

Experts believe the Royal Baby could trigger a near £250 million boost for the high street.

Stores across the country have already brought out commemorative products, from…bibs, to biscuit tins… and doughnuts…

To read the entire article in The Telegraph, please click here.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, June 2013. Photo by Carfax2

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, June 2013. Photo by Carfax2

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Americans love news of Britain’s bouncing royal baby – AFP

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