On 2nd September 1666 Thomas Farriner awoke to find his house ablaze with himself and his family trapped upstairs.
The Farriners managed to escape across rooftops but their maid-servant, too scared to make the jump, became the first victim of The Great Fire of London.
Over four days the fire blazed until it was finally brought under control by the King's troops when the easterly wind that had been fanning the flames finally dropped. The fire had destroyed virtually all of the old walled City of London, taking with it the homes of 70,000 of the area's 80,000 residents.
Now, over 350 years on, we commemorate the anniversary of The Great Fire of London with the special gold-plated commemorative ingot.
Painstakingly illustrated – 24 Carat Gold-plate
The ingot has been expertly plated in 24 Carat Gold and struck to a pristine proof-like finish, before the stunning full colour illustration has been applied. It features an enduringly fascinating British subject – The Great Fire of London – by the celebrated artist Trevor Mitchell depicting the incredible events of over 350 years ago.
All you need to do is order yours today to be among the very first collectors to own this Brand New Great Fire of London Commemorative.
Collectible ingots are still relatively rare, and new releases are already proving to be some of the standout issues of the year as collectors look to diversify and find interesting new formats to add to their collections.
Please don’t delay. Stocks are limited so order today to make sure you’re one of this first collectors to own this new Great Fire of London Commemorative Ingot.
The Great Fire of London Gold-Plated Ingot
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- Metal : 24 carat gold-plated brass
- Finish : Proof
- Dimensions: 29x50mm
- Reverse : The Great Fire of London
- Obverse : Limited Edition Commemorative Ingot