A brand new Silver 5oz coin has been issued to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings and pay tribute to the brave servicemen who helped end WWII.
5oz Pure Silver with 24 Carat Gold-Plating
Struck from .999 solid silver, the design expertly features the three vehicles used so effectively during the landings – the Cromwell Mk IV tank, an Airspeed Horsa glider and Royal Navy landing craft.
These iconic vehicles have been selectively plated in 24ct gold, meaning they contrast magnificently against the perfect proof finish.
Impressive 65mm Diameter
The impressive 65mm diameter of this 5oz coin has enabled the designer to create an image with a level of detail truly fitting for such an historic anniversary.
Larger coins are always extremely popular, and it’s not difficult to see why. Whether it be the low edition limits, the feel of a larger coin in your hands, or the intricate detail that can be added to a 65mm coin that can be difficult to include on smaller equivalents, the appeal of owning a coin significantly larger than circulated coinage is clear.
Just 495 available worldwide
What’s more, just 495 of these coins have been issued to a worldwide audience – a staggeringly low amount considering the significance of this historic milestone.
Unquestionably, this will prove to be a highly significant collectible in the years to come and 495 will not be enough to meet demand.
Your commemorative will come presented in a deluxe wooden presentation case alongside its accompanying Certificate of Authenticity.
Only 495 collectors in the whole world can own this commemorative - this is your chance to be one of them.
The D-Day 75th Anniversary Silver Proof 5oz Coin
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- Country of Issue: Guernsey
- Year of Issue: 2019
- Metal: 999/1000 Silver with selective gold plating
- Diameter: 65mm
- Weight: 155.53g
- Denomination: Ten Pounds
- Finish: Proof
- Edition Limit: 495
- Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
- Reverse: Cromwell MK IV tank, Airspeed Horsa glider, Royal Navy Landing Craft