The WORLD’S FIRST Silver Sovereign DateStampTM Issue
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The WORLD’S FIRST Silver Sovereign DateStamp™ Issue

This year we mark the 95th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and to mark this important moment in Royal history we’re releasing a WORLD FIRST DateStamp Issue

One-day-only postmark – limited to just 500

This DateStamp issue features the BRAND NEW Silver Sovereign issued by the Isle of Man and struck from .999 Pure Silver to a Proof Finish. Each Silver Sovereign features a brand new, specially commissioned design, paying tribute to Her Majesty’s 95th Birthday.

And now, just 500 of these Silver Sovereigns have been officially postmarked by Royal Mail with her Birthday – 21th April 2021.

Each coin comes protectively sealed in a tamper-proof numismatic capsule with its own unique serial number so you can register it online to receive your official DateStamp registration certificate

The WORLD’S FIRST Silver Sovereign DateStamp - secure yours today

What makes this such an important issue is that it’s the first time a Silver Sovereign has ever been issued as a DateStamp. It seems only right that a numismatic first has been issued to mark such an important first in British royal history.

Because of the special one-day-only postmark, just 500 of these issues will ever be made available. You can secure yours today for just £59.99, but with so few available you’ll need to act now.

Order Ref 185/963P/9


  • Country of Issue: Isle of Man
  • Year of Issue: 2021
  • Metal: 999/1000 Silver
  • Diameter: 22.05mm
  • Weight: 7.98g
  • Reverse: Neil Bromley
  • Obverse: Jody Clark
  • Finish: Proof
  • Stamp: Red First Class Definitive
  • Postmarking Date: 21.04.21
  • Edition Limit: 500
  • DateStamp (TM) is a trademark of 288 Group Ltd

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.