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Ever since the kingdoms of England and Scotland united in 1707, the share of power has been a hotly debated issue and has defined the British Isles ever since.
20 years ago today, Scotland took on their newly devolved powers under the Scottish Parliament – arguably the most important change to the two country’s union for 300 years.
To mark this important anniversary, you now have the opportunity to own the Devolution Day DateStamp™.
Featuring the 1999 Scotland Silver Proof £1 with the iconic Scottish Lion Rampant, and postmarked on 1st July 2019, exactly 20 years since the Scottish Parliament officially took responsibility for their devolved powers.
What’s more, each DateStamp™ also features the 1st Class Scottish Flag stamp from 2009.
ONLY 100 will be postmarked with this historic date, guaranteeing the strict edition limit.
However, this is one of the most limited DateStamp™ releases of the year, so you’ll have to reserve yours now to guarantee one for your collection.
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The 20th Anniversary of Devolution Day DateStamp
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- Country of Issue:UK
- Year of Issue:1999
- Coin Diameter:22.5mm
- Coin Weight:9.5g
- Obverse:QEII by Ian Rank Broadley
- Reverse: Scottish lion rampant
- Metal:.925 silver
- Postmarking Date:01/07/2019
- Maximum Authorised Release Quantity:100
- DateStamp (TM) is a trademark of 288 Group Ltd