On the Isle of Man
The copper coin which bears a portrait of the Queen and an image of Tutankhamun, is marketed by the Isle of Man's Post Office as "a unique gift" that is "a must for all Egyptologists" and costs £15 ($30).
On one side, it shows Tutankhamun, the teenage pharaoh who died 3,330 years ago, and on the other, a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
John Smith, the general manager of Pobjoy Mint, which is striking the coins, said he was "delighted to launch the first ever pyramid coin".
Mr Smith also added that no limit had been set on the number of coins that could be produced.