D-Day was the largest seaborne invasion in history. It took place on 6th June 1944 and began the liberation of German-occupied France during WWII, laying the foundations of the Allied victory.
To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, The United Kingdom has issued a brand new £2 coin.
Designed by renowned Royal Mint engraver, Stephen Taylor, the reverse features arrows each pointing across the English Channel to Normandy.
Each arrow also has one of the code names used each of the beaches where Allied troops landed on D-Day – Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword.
And this is your chance to own this brand new £2 coin presented in a unique collector card, which has been specially commissioned and expertly illustrated by Andy Walker.
A History of Britain in Coins Collecting Pack
Also included is Change Checker's new History of Britain in Coins Collector's Kit which brings history to life. We've picked 10 historical hot topics from some of the most interesting UK circulating £2 and 50p coins, all of which are possible to find in your change.
Each coin can be stored using our unique Change Checker Collector's Cards, specially commissioned and expertly illustrated by Andy Walker.
The complete set of 10 Collector's Cards are housed in protective pages, along with a title page with space for you to personalise the collection and our top 10 change checking tips to help you complete the set as quickly as possible.
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2019 D-Day £2 in the 'Britain in Coins' Pack
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- Year of Issue: 2019
- Denomination: £2
- Metal: Bi-metallic
- Weight: 12g, Diameter: 28mmm
- Obverse: QEII by Jody Clark
- Reverse: Stephen Taylor
- Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated
- Country of issue: UK
- Presented in the D-Day Landings "History of Britain in Coins" Card
- Approx. Size: 193mm x 140mm
- Includes the 10 x "History of Britain in Coins" Collector Cards