But sometimes you need to make exceptions for a particularly egregious travesty:
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The William and Catherine commemorative five-pound coin is by far the ugliest design I've ever seen come out of a first-world mint. It makes current US Mint engravers look good, and that's a hell of a trick. Come on, UK! You're better than this! This abomination is on the same damned coin as a beautiful, classical profile of Queen Elizabeth, ferchrissakes. Most of your other circulating commemorative coins and proof commemoratives are adequate to outstanding, and again put US designs to shame. And even when you want to get all cute and contemporary, you can still do it with class and proficiency.
So then why, for an occasion with so much cultural weight, does it look like you took one of Aunt Eunice's Christmas photos to the all-night Your Face on a Coin booth at the boardwalk?