It’s almost time to celebrate the fifth birthday of Prince George. Birthday celebration of a member of the Royal family is always much anticipated.

This little price on his fifth birthday was honored with £5 coin. The Royal Mint, to celebrate the young royal’s birthday gifted a commemorative coin to him.

In the history of United Kingdom, the birth of little royal was really special as pleased to enjoy the special day of our future king, said Nicola Howell.

The commemorative coin gifted to the little prince featured St. George, the legend with the Dragon and Queen Elisabeth II’s portrait on both the alternative side. However, this is not for the first time that Gorge received such honor as The Royal Mint has already issued such commemorative coins for the little prince’s first and second birthday. In the year 2013, the little prince was also gifted with ‘lucky’ silver pennies by the medal and coin makers.

Why are these commemorative coins so special? Royal followers in the US can purchase £5 commemorative coins at worth $6.50 dollars. However, for the silver proof version, admirer needs to pay approx $108 (£82.50). But if they really desire to splurge, for celebrating sovereign, admirer can pay about $653 (£500).

Prince George’s birthday is on July 22 and he will be honored with a commemorative coin struck in 22-carat gold. However, it is hard to believe that little George is turning five this Saturday.

If you are a royal admirer and want to pre-order one of the tokens, then hurry to grab one as only 750 gold coins are available for Royal fans.

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