New Hogwarts Collectible Coins Launched by the Royal Mint!

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Attention to all Harry Potter fans! There is a new Hogwarts Collectible Coins! The official U.K. coin maker, the Royal Mint, has released the last 1-oz. coin in its “Harry Potter” series. The coin shows the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and marks 25 years since the publication of J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.”

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The portrait on one of the coins in the “Harry Potter” collection from the Royal Mint changed during the series. The first two coins in the set showed a picture of Her Late Majesty, and the last two showed the official picture of King Charles III. Rarely does the portrait change in the middle of a series, which makes this set of coins very valuable to people who collect them. This set of coins is done when the 1-oz. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry coin comes out.

The “Harry Potter” coin collection has already been well received worldwide. Fans and collectors of the series have bought at least one coin from the set in 86 countries. In addition, younger families and millennials (28%) have bought a lot of “Harry Potter” coins directly from the Royal Mint. This is because each coin in the series brings back memories for those who grew up reading the books and find them nostalgic.

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