Celebrating Equality UK Coin Cover
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The UK Pride Coin & Stamp Cover

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Pride in London. To mark the event, a 50p has been released by The Royal Mint, along with stamps from Royal Mail!

And today, you can own both in what might be the ultimate presentation cover

Pride Brilliant Uncirculated Coin and Stamp Cover

The cover itself includes The Royal Mint Brilliant Uncirculated 50p coin, featuring a colourful rainbow design by LGBTQ+ activist Dominique Holmes. Each of the five rainbows in the design are accompanied with part of the inscription, “PRIDE PROTEST VISIBILITY UNITY EQUALITY”.

Also featuring are the four 1st Class Stamps, released by Royal Mail and illustrated by British artist, Sofie Birkin. They tell the story of Pride over the last 50 years and feature the iconic rainbow colours.

Your Cover has then been specially postmarked with a Royal Mail cancellation on the stamps first day of issue 1st July 2022.

Limited to 495 worldwide

Just 495 of these covers have been put together for collectors, arguably the most limited presentation of the BU coin. Given over 1.5 million people marched in the 2019 Pride in London event alone, this undoubtedly won’t be enough to go around.

Mark the poignant 50th anniversary of the first Pride in London — don’t miss out on securing your UK Pride Coin & Stamp Cover today.

If you’re interested, you can secure the Silver Proof version here…

Order Ref 185/918T/0


  • Actual Size of Cover: 254mm x 177mm
  • Coin: UK 2022 Pride BU 50p
  • Metal: Cupro-Nickel
  • Diameter: 27.30mm
  • Weight: 8.00g
  • Obverse: Jody Clark
  • Reverse: Dominic Holmes
  • Stamps: Roal Mail 2022 Pride 1st Class Stamps 4v
  • Postmark: 01.07.2022
  • Edition Limit: 495

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.