The 2014 Remembrance Day DateStamp Issue
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The 2014 Remembrance Day DateStampTM Issue

...postmarked Remembrance Day 2014

With its official Royal Mail postmark dated 11th November 2014, this brand new limited edition DateStamp™ Issue perfectly captures Remembrance Day in this Centenary year, now and forever. 

The Uncirculated UK Lord Kitchener £2 coin features the famous image of Lord Kitchener alongside the slogan 'Your Country Needs You'. The coin is also 'triple dated' as it features the 1914 - 1918 start and end dates of the war. Very few British coins have this unusual distinction.

Each Remembrance Day DateStamp™ Issue also features the Royal Mail 'Lest We Forget' stamp. The design features the red poppy with barbed wire stems.

Although millions of UK Lord Kitchener £2 Coins will be released this year, just 4,995 of these DateStamp™ Issues will ever be assembled. The coin comes housed in a tamper-proof capsule within its Presentation Case, and each coin also has its own unique serial number so you can register online to receive your personal DateStamp™ Registration Certificate. 

Due to the ongoing popularity of other DateStamp™ Issues, we expect that the Remembrance Day DateStamp™ will sell out quickly - so don't delay, secure yours now!

Order Ref 185/855W/9


  • Denomination: £2
  • Inner: Cupro-nickel - Outer:Nickel-brass
  • Weight 12g, Diameter 28.4mm
  • Reverse Designer: John Bergdahl
  • Obverse Designer: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
  • Edge Inscription: The lamps are going out all over Europe
  • Finish: Uncirculated
  • DateStamp(TM) is a trademark of 288 Group Ltd

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.