2018 UK RAF Vulcan CERTIFIED BU £2
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Own the 2018 UK RAF Vulcan CERTIFIED BU £2

To mark the centenary of The Royal Air Force, The Royal Mint issued a series of five RAF £2 coins in 2018, each celebrating the RAF and their most iconic aircraft.

This £2 is the third in the RAF coin series and features a striking design of the Vulcan Bomber with its instantly recognisable delta wing on the reverse, designed by Richard and Neil Talbot, to celebrate this iconic aircraft. 

Your Vulcan £2 coin is in CERTIFIED Brilliant Uncirculated condition, to ensure that its quality surpasses the condition of the coins you would typically find in your change. It has also been protectively encapsulated to preserve its quality for generations to come.

The Royal Air Force was formed during the First World War in 1918, and is the oldest air force in the world. It has always had an impressive following of fans in awe of their triumphs, and this coin is sure to be snapped up by both coin and RAF collectors.

Ensure you don’t miss out on this guaranteed popular Vulcan £2, by ordering yours today!

This coin is no longer available from The Royal Mint, but you can secure the Brilliant Uncirculated issue today for just £12.99.

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  • Year of Issue: 2018
  • Denomination: £2
  • Metal: Bi-Metallic
  • Weight: 12g, Diameter: 28.4mm
  • Obverse: QEII by Jody Clark
  • Reverse: Richard and Neil Talbot
  • Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated
  • Country of issue: UK

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