Own the Moon landing 50th Anniversary Small Gold Coin
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Own the Moon landing 50th Anniversary Small Gold Coin

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Own the Moon landing 50th Anniversary Small Gold Coin

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Today you can own this PURE GOLD coin, which celebrates the incredible 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing in 1969.

Pure Gold

Struck from Pure Gold and an incredible 11mm in diameter, this coin is known as 'small' gold.

At just over half the size of a UK Five Pence piece, the intricate level of craftsmanship is really impressive so it’s no wonder ‘small’ gold coins have proven to be extremely popular among collectors worldwide over the last few years.

A strong sell out history

With a number of previous issues completely selling out in just days and of course the significant anniversary year, I must urge you to ACT TODAY if you want to secure this coin for your collection.

Often, it's the unusual and unexpected pieces like this that become the most collectable because they really excite collectors. In fact, it could well become the most collectable gold coin of the year.

Secure yours for JUST £15

You can own this solid gold coin for a deposit of just £15 (followed by 4 further instalments of £15)

Secure yours today to ensure you do not miss out on this unique opportunity.

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Price £75.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)


  • Country of Issue: Barbados
  • Year of Issue: 2019
  • Coin Diameter: 11mm
  • Coin Weight: 0.5g
  • Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II
  • Reverse: Man on the Moon
  • Metal: .999 Gold
  • Finish: Proof

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.