The 2022 Lunar Year of the Tiger UK Coin Cover
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JUST 388 collectors can own the UK Lunar Year of the Tiger Coin Cover

***OVER 50% SOLD***

Today, you can own this striking coin cover, paired with one of the most intricately designed coins ever released by The Royal Mint.

Lunar coins are some of the most collected coins in the numismatic world – they’re highly anticipated by collectors for their unique theme and collectability.

You can now own the UK 2022 Lunar Year of the Tiger Coin cover, issued to commemorate the 2022 Chinese New Year.

Official UK £5 Coin and Exclusive Customised Stamp

Your Coin Cover features The Royal Mint’s UK 2022 Year of the Tiger Brilliant Uncirculated £5 Coin, alongside a Royal Mail 1st Class Stamp postmarked on the first day of Chinese New Year: 1st February 2022.

Limited to JUST 388

This one-day-only postmarking means that no more can ever be produced after this day … and with an edition limit of JUST 388, please don’t hesitate. 

Importantly, this Edition Limit is less than HALF that of last year's UK 2021 Year of the Ox coin cover. Which makes it twice as rare.

Superior Brilliant Uncirculated Quality

Struck to a Brilliant Uncirculated quality, each coin is free from any marks or scratches that may be found on circulating coinage, and allows you to view this fantastic design in brilliant detail.

With just 388 Coin Covers offering this one-day-only postmarking, secure yours now for JUST £25 (+p&p) to avoid disappointment. 

 

Order Ref 185/843L/V

Specifications

  • Actual Size of Cover: 190mm x 127mm
  • Coin: UK 2022 Year of the Tiger BU £5
  • Metal: Cupro-Nickel
  • Diameter: 38.61mm
  • Reverse: David Lawrence
  • Obverse: Jody Clark
  • Stamp: GB Rule Britannia 1st Class with Commemorative Label
  • Postmarking: 01.02.2022
  • Edition Limit: 388

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.