A limited number of Silver Britannias alongside the original 1973 EEC 50p will be specially preserved in a one-day-only DateStamp™ issue to mark Britain leaving the European Union.
By owning this DateStamp™ edition – postmarked with the important date, 31st January 2020 – you know that your coins are set apart from all the others, encapsulated forever with the exact moment in time.
And because of the official Royal Mail one-day-only postmark no more of these DateStamp™ Britannias can ever be released.
The coins that stand for BRITAIN
The Britannia is THE coin that represents Britain. Instantly recognisable, Britannia is the female personification of the British Isles, symbolic of the British spirit.
And this iconic coin has been paired with an ORIGINAL 1973 EEC 50p. This was the 50p issued to mark Britain joining the European Economic Community and it also stands as the UK’s FIRST EVER commemorative 50p!
What’s more, we individually seal each DateStamp™ coin in a tamper-proof capsule, so if handled correctly it will stay in pristine condition for your future generations to enjoy and appreciate.
Only 2,020 available
DateStamp™ issues have a history of selling out. And considering that this release stands as the most important DateStamp™ of the decade, they’re sure to all be snapped up in no time.
You have the chance today to reserve yours before they’re all gone – but we expect the full edition limit may well be fully reserved before the 31st, so you’ll need to act now!
Click ‘Add to Basket’ to secure your UK DateStamp™ Pair today with an initial payment of just £19 (+p&p).
UK 2020 Britannia and 50p BREXIT DateStamp Issue
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- Country of Issue: United Kingdom
- Year of Issue: 2020/1973
- Metal: 999/1000 Pure Silver/Cupro-nickel
- Diameter: 38.61mm/30.00mm
- Weight: 31.21g/13.5g
- Obverse: QEII by Jody Clark/Arnold Machin
- Reverse: Philip Nathan/Christopher Ironside
- Finish: Bullion
- Postmarking date: 31st January 2020
- Maximum Authorised Release Quantity: 2020
- DateStamp(TM) is a trademark of 288 Group Ltd