World War 2 Commemorative Coin Collector Page
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A Unique Collection of Second World War Commemorative Coins

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A Unique Collection of Second World War Commemorative Coins

The Change Checker World War 2 Commemorative Coin Collector Page has space for a total of 7 WW1 commemorative coins. 

Your collector page fits neatly inside the Change Checker Album, and includes push-fit blisters to securely display your coins. 

Your page has space for the following coins: 

1965 Churchill Crown - Issued to honour Britain's Prime Minister during WW2 in the year of his death, this was the first UK coin to feature anyone outside of the Royal Family.

1994 D-Day 50p - A favourite among collectors worldwide, this coin marked 50 years since the D-Day landings and features an armada of ships and planes heading in the same direction

1995 Dove of Peace £2 - This £2 was one of the older single metal versions of the coin, and commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the end of World War Two.

2005 60th Anniversary £2 - This £2 features St Paul's Cathedral on the reverse, which miraculously survived the Blitz to become a symbol of hope to Britain. 

Both 2006 Victoria Cross 50ps - These 50p's commemorate the 150th anniversary of the award first being issued. 

2015 Battle of Britain 50p - This coin commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

Order Ref 185/245M/9

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  • A WW2-themed collector page to fit 7 x coins
  • Please note: Coins not included

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