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The HRH Prince George of Cambridge Commemorative Coin Cover

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The HRH Prince George of Cambridge Commemorative Coin Cover

Royal baby commemorative cover features original 1951 George VI Crown

  • Features original 1951 George VI Crown
  • Just 145 issued worldwide
  • Only available from The Jubilee Mint


Issued to mark the birth of HRH Prince George, the third in line to the throne, this strictly limited edition commemorative cover features the only cupronickel crown to be struck during the reign of George VI, the last George on the throne.  Also includes  1st class Royal Mail stamp, cancelled with House of Windsor postmark dated 22nd July 2013, the new Prince’s date of birth, and superb cachet featuring image of the proud parents, seen for the first time ever, with their new son.  Displayed in luxury Presentation Folder with Certificate of Authenticity. Just 145 covers issued.

Diameter:    38.61mm
Weight: 28.28g
Alloy: Cupro-nickel 

Cover dimensions: 219mm x 111mm

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Only £4.99

Estimated Delivery Time: 7-10 Working Days

Delivery available throughout the United Kingdom


Availability: In stock


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News that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were expecting their first child hit the headlines in December 2012 when Kate was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital in London suffering from acute morning sickness. During her pregnancy, she continued with official engagements all over the country, mostly on her own but also with her husband. One of her last official public appearances was at the Queen’s annual Trooping the Colour Parade in London on 15th June. The new Prince, George Alexander Louis, was born at the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, West London at 4.24pm on 22nd July under the Queen’s former gynaecologist Marcus Setchell. He will be third in line to the throne, after his grandfather, Prince Charles and his father, Prince William.
Both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge support a wide number of charities and good causes, helping to raise the profile of their work as well as much-needed funds. Prince William is a Patron of Tusk Trust and Centrepoint, the UK’s leading charity for young homeless people, previously supported by his mother Princess Diana who was also a Patron. In 2009, he and his younger brother set up The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry. He has also helped set up, along with his wife, the Royal Wedding Charity Fund which supports various good causes around the world. Even during her pregnancy, Kate continued her official engagements, often visiting charities that are close to her. These include childrens’ hospices and rehabilitation centres which aim to help young people overcome addiction.
Prince William and Kate Middleton first met while studying Art History at St Andrews University in 2001. Although close friends, there was huge speculation during the next few years as to whether the two were romantically attached. In 2005, William attended his father’s wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles without Kate and in 2007, the two are said to have split. It wasn’t until 2010 that their engagement was announced followed by marriage in 2011. Since then, they have travelled overseas on a number of high profile visits. In July 2011, they embarked on their first official foreign trip as a married couple visiting Canada while in September 2012, they travelled to the South Pacific as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The couple’s first child, HRH Prince George of Cambridge, was born on 22nd July 2013.
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