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===Maklouf portrait (1986–1998)===
 
===Maklouf portrait (1986–1998)===
 
====Circulation coins (1986–1998)====
 
====Circulation coins (1986–1998)====
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On [[August 8]], [[1984]], the Royal Mint Advisory Committee selected a new portrait of Elizabeth II to be used on British coins. Designed by {{wp|en|British Israeli}} artist [[Raphael David Maklouf]] (1937&ndash;), the new likeness of the queen started appearing on currency of the United Kingdom and various British Overseas Territories and [[Commonwealth realm]]s as early as 1985. Bermuda adopted the portrait in [[1986]], applying it to a new series of circulating 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 cent pieces. It was also incorporated onto a new 1 dollar piece in 1988. The 1 cent piece of this new design was struck in bronze from 1986 to 1990, [[copper]]-plated [[steel]] during part of 1988, and copper-plated [[zinc]] from 1991 to 1998.
 
On [[August 8]], [[1984]], the Royal Mint Advisory Committee selected a new portrait of Elizabeth II to be used on British coins. Designed by {{wp|en|British Israeli}} artist [[Raphael David Maklouf]] (1937&ndash;), the new likeness of the queen started appearing on currency of the United Kingdom and various British Overseas Territories and [[Commonwealth realm]]s as early as 1985. Bermuda adopted the portrait in [[1986]], applying it to a new series of circulating 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 cent pieces. It was also incorporated onto a new 1 dollar piece in 1988. The 1 cent piece of this new design was struck in bronze from 1986 to 1990, [[copper]]-plated [[steel]] during part of 1988, and copper-plated [[zinc]] from 1991 to 1998.
   
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