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Rolling Stones’ 60th year honored with UK collectible coin

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LONDON (AP) — They want money — that’s what they want, that’s what they want.

Well, now the Rolling Stones can say they’re also ON money, the face of a new collectible coin issued by Britain’s Royal Mint to celebrate the band’s 60th anniversary. The new 5-pound coin features a silhouette of the iconic band performing — frontman Mick Jagger, guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, and late drummer Charlie Watts — as well as the band’s name in what is described as their classic 1973 font.

The mint said it was one of the last coins of the year to be released bearing the image of Queen Elizabeth II, who died in September at 96.

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