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London Underground – The Roundel £2 Coins

London Underground 150th Anniversary – The Roundel

The Roundel £2 Coins Coins eBay

The Roundel £2 Coins for sale on eBay

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What’s The Roundel £2 Coin Worth?

Recent eBay sold listings for this coin indicate that a circulated coin in good condition is worth £3.25.

See our Rare £2 Coins page for current values.

Please note coin prices vary wildly depending upon rarity and condition. Prices provided are averages, not specific prices for individual coins. These prices are only updated from time to time and as such do not reflect short-term pricing trends.

Please do your own research before buying and selling UK coins.

Are The Roundel £2 Coins rare?

With just over one and a half million roundel £2 coins in circulation, these coins are less common with one in one thousand coins to be found.

The Royal Mint mintage figures are:

Base Metal1,560,000 coins entered circulation
Brilliant Uncirculated (BU/BUNC)34,400
Silver Proof4,374
Silver Proof Piedfort648
Gold Proof191

London Underground – The Roundel £2 Coin Specification

Year2013
DesignerEdwina Ellis
Edge InscriptionMIND THE GAP
Denomination£2

London Underground 2013 UK £2 Silver Proof Roundel Coin

London Underground 2013 UK £2 Silver Proof Roundel Coin
London Underground 2013 UK £2 Silver Proof Roundel Coin
  • Limited edition of just 7,500 coins worldwide
  • One of two new circulating £2 Underground designs
  • Colour booklet features stories of the Underground
  • Product code: UK13USPL
  • Price on day of issue: £50

London Underground 2013 UK £2 Gold Proof Roundel Coin

London Underground 2013 UK £2 Gold Proof Roundel Coin
London Underground 2013 UK £2 Gold Proof Roundel Coin
  • Limited edition of just 750 coins worldwide
  • One of two new circulating £2 Underground designs
  • Colour booklet of stories of the Underground
  • Product code: UK13UGPL
  • Price on day of issue: £900

Commemorating the world’s first underground railway

London Underground ‘Roundel’ Design

On 10 January 1863 the first section of the London Underground opened, an engineering triumph and a world first.

So special is this anniversary that not one but two circulating coins have been issued, which you can also buy as a set of two Silver Proof coins in a limited edition of just 1,500. See The Train coins.

The coins were designed by three of the UK’s leading artists. Edwina Ellis, creator of this ‘Roundel’ coin, is a pioneering engraver and printmaker and former ‘Art on the Underground’ artist. Her design, featuring the famous logo which first appeared in 1938, carries the edge inscription MIND THE GAP and uses lettering in the unique Johnston typeface used for London Underground signage.

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