The end of the year is the perfect time for the Royal Mint to launch a new set of commemorative coins to celebrate the special occasion of the 60th anniversary of “The Rolling Stones”, the world-renowned rock band from the British Isles.

This is the fifth commemorative coin in the "Music Legends" series, honoring the icon of music after Queen, Sir Elton John, David Bowie and the Whoma. before

which is special

This set of coins is one of the last to be released this year.

It features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, while the back of the coin, designed by Hannah Fesaclia, incorporates a silhouette of the modern-day band members Mick Jack. Vocalist Ger, guitarist Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and the late drummer Charlie Watts.

(Died on August 24, 2021 at the age of 80) while moving

represents their infinite power.

With the band's name font from the 1973 version, unfortunately there is no logo.

"Tongue and lips" (tongue and lips), an important symbol that was used as the band's logo, however, the Mint confirmed

"Satisfaction Guaranteed" and confident that this coin will definitely be desired by collectors and music lovers around the world.

The Rolling Stones or "The Rolling Stones", who just completed a world tour in Germany in August, revealed that

Proud and delighted to have the honor of being stamped on the British coin.

especially on the occasion of the 60th anniversary

Since forming in 1962, The Rolling Stones have rocked the world of rock and roll with all the fun, fizz, fervor and coolness of a rebellious youth.

There is also a energetic live performance from the dance moves, swaying hips and waving hands without directions that are unique to the frontman dance.

create satisfaction for fans around the world

It also has eight No. 1 hits in the UK and 13 No. 1 albums, with countless hits including Satisfaction, Jumpin' Jack Flash, You Can't Always Get What You Want and Sympathy For The Devil.

Amornda Ponguthai