The obverse portrait of the Queen by Raphael Maklouf was used on all UK circulated coinage from 1985 to 1997 and was the third portrait of the Queen used on coinage. The reverse design shows the Celtic cross, part of the heraldic series by Norman Sillman.The edge inscription'DECUS ET TUTAMEN' is Latin for'An ornament and safeguard' and was originally used on coins so that the public could tell that the edge was complete, and therefore that the coin was of good weight (without clipped edges). All items are from none smoking or pet work place. I do try to keep costs low as possible. Please if you have any Questions please contact me directly. Thanks for looking have fantastic day??