What are the rarest and most valuable coins bearing the image of Queen Elizabeth II?

What are the rarest and most valuable coins bearing the image of Queen Elizabeth II?
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away at Balmoral Castle on September 8, 2022, at the age of 96. Her image has appeared on coins and currencies from at least 45 nations.

In 2019 the Perth Mint in Australia issued a $200 coin minted from two troy-ounces of pure 24 karat gold for the 200th Anniversary of Queen Victoria. This is one of the rarest coins ever issued showing the image of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Victoria’s great-great-granddaughter. In 2015, Queen Elizabeth II surpassed Victoria as the longest reigning British monarch in history!
Only three hundred and fifty high-quality proof strike coins were struck in the rarely seen two-ounce gold format. The term proof refers to the method of manufacture and not the condition of a coin. Proof coins are made on specially prepared and highly polished coin dies and is struck multiple times under intense pressure to ensure the highest quality strike.

Perth mint Royal Monarch Collection  
This coin is certified by PCGS in perfect Proof seventy Deep Cameo condition (PR70 DCAM). Rare coins are graded on a seventy-point basis with seventy being the highest attainable numismatic grade. The coin has the provenance of being part of the Perth Mint Royal Monarch Collection. The image of Queen Elizabeth II has appeared on billions of coins more than any other individual in history. The special features that contribute to making this coin one of the rarest coins are the official Australian Government issue, the shockingly low mintage of only 350 coins, the rarely seen two-ounce pure gold format, and the high face value of $200. The higher the condition of a coin the higher the value. This coin is certified in the highest numismatic grade of PR70 DCAM by PCGS.