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Just 250 Concorde Covers issued for UK collectors

30 years ago, Concorde embarked on its first round-the-world chartered flight, concluding at Heathrow Airport on 23 November 1986.

To mark this, and the innumerable stunning feats of achievement by Concorde, the Concorde Commemorative Ingot Cover has been authorised for release.

Comprising a 24 carat Gold-plated Ingot and Royal Mail's Concorde stamp, your cover is one of just 250 ever to be produced - an extremely limited cover indeed.

Your cover also features a stunning reproduction of "Concorde over London" by renowned Guild of Aviation artist Timothy O'Brien - recommissioned for use on your limited cover.

The original watercolour was one of the most sought-after Concorde paintings ever created - released originally as a limited edition print - and now long since SOLD OUT.

What's more, your Concorde Commemorative Ingot Cover has been specially postmarked by Royal Mail on the round-the-world return anniversary date - 23 November 2016.

With only 250 covers produced for worldwide distribution, and comprising a 24 Carat Gold-plated Ingot, British Concorde Stamp and design by Guild of Aviation artist Timothy O'Brien, the Concorde Commemorative Ingot Cover is sure to appeal to the most discerning collectors.

Order Ref 185/664P/W


  • Actual Size of Cover: 254 x 177mm
  • Stamp: GB 2002 Airliners - 1v Concorde Stamp
  • Actual Size of Stamps: 35 x 35mm
  • Ingot: Concorde over London Gold-Plated Ingot
  • Postmark: 23.11.16
  • Ingot/Cover designer: Timothy O'Brien

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.