Wrapped coin collectors are going to have a new favorite.
It’s the first time in history a coin has been wrapped around the edge of its face.
This is the first coin to be wrapped in plastic since the early 1900s.
Thats according to a recent research paper that’s been published in the journal of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
This coin was originally made by the Royal Mint in Scotland and it was minted in the early 1920s.
In the 1920s, the Mint decided to wrap coins in plastic because they didn’t have any space for the coins.
The plastic used for the first minted plastic coins was so thin that the coins could be wrapped around a piece of cardboard without breaking the plastic.
So the Royal Moneys plastic coins were wrapped around their face.
The idea was that the plastic would allow the coins to be used on the coins face.
It didn’t work out that way.
The plastic coating on the metal of the plastic was so brittle that the coin would break off in the coin.
In 1929, the Royal moneys new plastic coin was mintued in the U.K. and in 1930, it was the first one made by Royal Mint to be re-wrapped.
When the Royal mints first coin was rolled out, it wasn’t made in England.
It was made in a mint in Switzerland.
But the new coin was only ever manufactured in the United Kingdom.
This year, the mint has been re-launching their coin manufacturing facilities in the city of Birmingham, and it will be the first Royal Mint coin to come out in the UK.
There are many ways to wrap a coin.
You can use it as a stamp, a ring, or even a decorative item.
Here are a few examples of the different types of coins we can wrap around our faces.