London 2012 £5 coin designs shown

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Two £5 coins made to mark London 2012 have been unveiled.

One designed by Saiman Miah, a masters student at Birmingham School of Architecture, depicts a sweep of the London skyline and marks the Olympics.

And Hereford College of Arts graduate Pippa Sanderson, of Malvern, Worcestershire, designed a Paralympics coin which shows a stopwatch, a target and a wheel.

The commemorative coins are being produced by the Royal Mint after the pair won a design contest for students.

Mr Miah said he was "ecstatic" when he heard that his design had been chosen.

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