Royal baby girl born: The souvenirs available to commemorate the birth of the new Princess of Cambridge – at a price

New china sets, china bears, velvet cushions, commemorative coins… it’s all available 

Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
Wednesday 23 September 2015 10:39
Just one of the souvenir items now available to buy
Just one of the souvenir items now available to buy

As the world welcomes the newest member of the Royal family, the Princess of Cambridge, the souvenirs to mark her birth have already been released – at a special, commemorative price.

Some of the more expensive items now available are from Royal Crown Derby, which offers a range of limited edition china plates and mugs ranging from £65 to £135, rocking horse figurines and a limited edition china teddy bear that will have the baby’s name and date of birth written on it in 22ct gold, available for £135.

The Royal Mint has released a commemorative £5 coin, which has been approved by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Queen and the Chancellor of the Exchequer. It features the words: “To celebrate the birth of the second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge”.

The coin itself costs £13 to buy, while a limited edition of the £5 coin struck in sterling silver costs £80, and the celebration sovereign struck coin, called the “flagship coin” of a limited edition run of 750 costs £500.

Finally, for the true fan, the Royal Mint has created the £5 gold proof commemorative coin, of which there are only 400 available, each costing £1,800.

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