1 Pound – 1992, Oak tree and Royal Diadem representing England
|Date of Issue & Mintage
1987 : 39,298,502
|Oak Tree and royal diadem representing England.
|Obverse Designers||Portrait of Her Majesty the Queen
1987 Arnold Machin
1992 Raphael Maklouf
|Reverse Designer||Leslie Durbin|
About the Design
1987 saw the last in a four-year series of £1 coins, designed by renowned silversmith Leslie Durbin, to represent the four constituent parts of the United Kingdom. In 1987, England joined Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland with a reverse design that featured the distinctive Oak tree, long associated with England.