1966 remains the only time England won the World Cup at Wembley Stadium. Watched by over 90,000 fans, could the 2022 World Cup be the year we relive history?
Today, as England climbs higher into the tournament, you have the exclusive opportunity to secure the UK 1966 World Cup Gold Sovereign struck in the year of their iconic victory!
Here's why this scarce coin needs to be a part of your collection:
- Struck in 1966 – the last and only time England won the World Cup.
- Features the first portrait issued for coinage under the late Queen Elizabeth II’s record-breaking reign by artist Mary Gillick.
- Struck from 22 Carat Gold.
- Comes in an exclusive presentation case with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Available today for an initial instalment of just £84.50 (+p&p) followed by 9 further interest-free instalments of £84.50.
But, considering the football collecting boom during this special year and the already scarce nature of Sovereigns, the small number we have will certainly not be around for long…
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The UK 1966 Gold Sovereign
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- Year of Issue: 1966
- Country of Issue: United Kingdom
- Metal: 22 Carat Gold
- Diameter: 22.05mm
- Weight: 7.98g
- Obverse: QEII