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The War Poppy 24-Carat Gold-Plated Coin Collection

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The War Poppy 24-Carat Gold-Plated Coin Collection

Pay tribute to the sacrifices of our wartime heroes

  • Each plated in 24-Carat Gold
  • Designs by Jacqueline Hurley
  • Limited to 999 sets worldwide

Available only from The Jubilee Mint, the ‘War Poppy’ 24-Carat Gold-Plated Coin Collection is the perfect way to mark this year’s Remembrance Day.  This limited edition set features four 24-Carat Gold-Plated Coins, each struck to a high Proof-like finish and boasting an impressive 44.00mm diameter. Including original artwork by leading painter, Jacqueline Hurley, these gold-plated coins include unique black and white wartime scenes, strikingly contrasted with the vibrant red of the poppy – an internationally recognised symbol of Remembrance. Honouring our heroes, Jacqueline’s poignant paintings depict a group of children gazing up at RAF aircraft, a battleship sailing in choppy waves, troops on horseback, and a soldier paying respects at the grave of his fallen comrade while a bugler sounds his final call. Meanwhile, on the obverses is an official portrait of Her Majesty the Queen. With ONLY 999 sets worldwide, order yours today to avoid disappointment. Complete with an individually numbered Collector Pack.

Metal: Iron with 24-carat gold-plating
Quality:    Proof-like
Weight: 37.00g
Diameter: 44.00mm
Country of issue:  Solomon Islands (legal tender in Solomon Islands only) 
Denomination: Half Dollar
Year of issue: 2020

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