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The NEW 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Solid 22-Carat Gold Proof £1 Coin


 
 
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The NEW 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Solid 22-Carat Gold Proof £1 Coin

Marking half a century since ‘one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind’!

  • Struck in Solid 22-Carat Gold
  • Only 499 worldwide
  • Housed in luxury Presentation Case

In July 1969, Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first man to plant a footprint on another world, closely followed by fellow American Buzz Aldrin. To celebrate fifty years since this outstanding accomplishment, an official NEW Gold £1 Coin has been released. Fully approved by Buckingham Palace and meticulously struck in Solid 22-Carat Gold to the finest Proof finish, this magnificent NEW coin includes on its reverse a depiction inspired by NASA’s revolutionary mission, featuring an astronaut walking upon the lunar surface, looking towards Earth. Meanwhile, appearing on the obverse is an official portrait of Her Majesty the Queen. One of just 499 pieces worldwide, the NEW 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Solid 22-Carat Gold Proof £1 Coin is housed in a luxury Presentation Case with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Metal:    Solid 22-Carat Gold
Quality: Proof
Weight: 8.00g
Diameter:  22.00mm
Country of issue:  Alderney (legal tender in Alderney only) 
Denomination:  £1
Year of issue: 2019

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The NEW 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Solid 22-Carat Gold Proof £1 Coin

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