**OVER 50% SOLD**
The annual Her Majesty in Service Silver Coin Cover heralds the exciting start of the new Royal Year and the many events and anniversaries that fill the Royal diary.
Containing the new Silver Britannia and the 1st January postmark, each new edition ignites a remarkable collecting race, often selling out before many collectors even get the chance to reserve one. And this year’s edition will be the most sought after yet.
This superb cover looks set to be another bumper year for all Royalty collectors.
Firstly, Her Majesty will mark her Sapphire Coronation Anniversary – 65 years after she was crowned in 1953. Then later this year, the Queen’s son and heir, Prince Charles, will celebrate his milestone 70th birthday.
Comprising the Brand New British Silver Britannia and British stamps
Your cover will come complete with the brand new 2018 Silver Britannia. Struck in 999/1000 Silver and featuring the fifth effigy of Her Majesty by Jody Clark, the Britannia is The Royal Mint’s flagship silver coin.
What’s more, you will also receive the complete set of six Royal Mail Coronation Anniversary Stamps. Officially postmarked New Year’s Day by Royal Mail, the stamps feature reproductions of renowned paintings of the Queen throughout her life and even includes a specially commissioned portrait of Her Majesty by Royal Mail.
Strict worldwide edition limit of JUST 495
Significantly, your cover is one of just 495 issued for worldwide distribution, each individually hand-numbered in silver ink and housed in a Deluxe Presentation Folder with an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity.
With a history of sell-outs, the annual Her Majesty in Service Silver Coin Cover now sparks an annual collector rush. A SELL OUT is also expected for the 2018 issue. Secure yours today.
Her Majesty in Service 2018 Silver Coin Cover
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- Actual Size of Cover: 254 x 177mm
- Stamps: GB 2013 Royal Portraits 6v
- Coin: UK 2018 1oz Silver Britannia
- Postmark: 1 January 2018