D-Day Coins | 70th Anniversary Gold Plated Coin
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Commemorate the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

On 6th June 1944 over 160,000 Allied Soldiers landed on the beaches of Normandy, France, in what was to be the largest amphibious invasion in world history. It marked the beginning of the end for WWII, bringing the world a momentous step closer to peace.

Now 70 years later, in honour of this historic anniversary, an official new coin has been issued. There are several reasons why this coin will be an important addition to your collection:

  • Pays tribute to the Servicemen and women who took part in the landings, making sure generations to come never forget their bravery 
  • Using modern minting techniques the coin features a specially commissioned full colour illustration of troops landing on the Normandy Beaches 
  • The coin has been finished with the exquisite addition of 24 carat gold plating 
  • Strictly limited to just 19,500 worldwide 

The 70th Anniversary of D-Day is a landmark event in our world history. Demand for this coin is expected to be high and there are only 19,500 available worldwide. Act swiftly in order to avoid disappointment.

I understand I will receive other coins at the priority
collector's price of £39.99 (+p&p) in the D-Day to Victory
Coin Collection at monthly intervals. I am under no
obligation and may return any coins within 10 days. I may
stop collecting at any time.
Order Ref 185/547A/0


  • Country of Issue: Cook Islands
  • Metal: Copper with 24 Carat Gold-plating
  • Diameter: 38.61mm, Weight: 27g
  • Reverse: Normandy Landings
  • Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS

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.