La Royal Mint svela il ritratto ufficiale del re Carlo III da utilizzare sulle monete

THE official portrait of King Charles III to be used on coins has been unveiled by the Royal Mint.

Fifty pence pieces with the King’s image will start entering circulation in December, while a special £5 crown coin will also be available.

The official portrait of King Charles III to be used on coins has been unveiled by the Royal Mint

The official portrait of King Charles III to be used on coins has been unveiled by the Royal MintCredito: PAPÀ
The King's effigy has been created by sculptor Martin Jennings, and has been personally approved by Charles

The King’s effigy has been created by sculptor Martin Jennings, and has been personally approved by CharlesCredito: Getty

The Royal Mint’s Nicola Howell said: “We expect customers will start to be able to receive the commemorative range from October and then we expect the 50p memorial circulating coin to be appearing in people’s change probably from December.

The King’s effigy has been created by sculptor Martin Jennings, and has been personally approved by Charles.

In keeping with tradition, the King’s portrait faces to the left, the opposite direction to Queen Elizabeth II.

The Latin inscription translates to: “King Charles III, by the Grace of God, Defender of the Faith”.

The Mint will release a memorial coin range on Monday October 3 at 9am to commemorate the life and legacy di Queen Elizabeth II.

Anne Jessopp, CEO of the Royal Mint, disse: “The Royal Mint has been trusted to make coins bearing the monarch’s effigy for over 1,100 years and we are proud to continue this tradition into the reign of King Charles III.

Although technology has progressed, we continue to honour British craftsmanship passed down through the centuries.

Our team of skilled modellers, tool makers and engravers will ensure that the King’s effigy will be faithfully replicated onto millions of coins.

Her Late Majesty ruled with heart and devotion for 70 anni, and this memorial collection commemorates her remarkable legacy as Britain’s longest-serving monarch.

Fifty pence pieces with the King’s image will start entering circulation in December, while a special £5 crown coin will also be available

Fifty pence pieces with the King’s image will start entering circulation in December, while a special £5 crown coin will also be availableCredito: News UK Newspaper Ltd
In keeping with tradition, the King's portrait faces to the left, the opposite direction to Queen Elizabeth II

In keeping with tradition, the King’s portrait faces to the left, the opposite direction to Queen Elizabeth IICredito: News UK Newspaper Ltd