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George Michael honoured with new collectable coins

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George Michael honoured with new collectable coins

George Michael honoured with new collectable coins

George Michael has been honoured by the Royal Mint with a new set of collectable coins.

They feature the late singer's signature look from the 1980s -when his hit song 'Faith' first came out - and an engraving of the refrain from the song.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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Britain's Royal Mint honours George Michael with collectible coins [Video]

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The coins feature Michael wearing his trademark aviator sunglasses and cross-shaped earrings seen in the video for his 1987 hit single, Faith.

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