This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Fought
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SOLD OUT: Remembrance Masterpiece Silver 5oz - expertly crafted from a Spitfire

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SOLD OUT: Remembrance Masterpiece Silver 5oz - expertly crafted from a Spitfire

** SOLD OUT **

Unfortunately the 2020 Masterpiece Poppy coin is now fully allocated. 

However, the 2019 Masterpiece Poppy Coin is still available to secure for your collection here >>

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Fought over British skies during the summer of 1940, it is one of the most important military anniversaries of recent years.

To mark the anniversary, today you have the chance to become one of just a handful of collectors to own the 2020 Masterpiece Poppy Coin released in support of The Royal British Legion.

The coin is called the 'Masterpiece Poppy Coin', but let us explain why it is worthy of this title.

Expertly crafted from a Spitfire with a remarkable story to tell

This Masterpiece coin has been struck in 5oz of fine 999/1000 silver and a single stylised Royal British Legion poppy, proudly sits on top of it. Multiple poppies have then been engraved into the surface of the coin, resulting in an exceptional 3 dimensional effect.

But the incredibly rare facet of this year’s coin is that it’s been crafted from a genuine piece of Spitfire.

You see, the silver coloured poppy that adorns your coin has been made from Spitfire PM631. Originally built in late 1945 it saw service with the Battle of Britain memorial flight for nearly FIFTY years between 1957 and 2006. It also had a starring role the WWII Movie – Battle of Britain, made in 1969.

Ultra-high relief

Once the Spitfire piece had been melted down and poured into a mould, it was cooled and cleaned to create the high-relief poppy. But even then, this is NOT a cast piece. The surface of the coin is struck in sterling silver and has been expertly plated in 24ct gold. The finish is a stunning matte appearance achieved using a technique called sandblasting. This means it has all of the detail that you'd expect from a commemorative coin but allows you to touch the coin and hold a genuine, iconic piece of history in the palm of your hand.

In short, the 2020 Remembrance Masterpiece Silver 5oz Poppy Coin is one of the finest and most stunning pieces of minting that we have ever seen.

Reserve your Masterpiece TODAY for just £59.50

That’s why if you want to be one of the 300 people to own this historic Masterpiece Poppy Coin, created from a genuine piece of Spitfire, I urge you to act now. Over 80% have already been reserved.

You can opt to pay in 10 interest-free instalments of £59.50 and when we send you your 2020 Masterpiece Silver 5oz Poppy Coin we will also make a donation of £59.50 to The Royal British Legion on your behalf.

Click 'Add to Basket' below to be one of just 300 collectors worldwide to own the magnificent 2020 Masterpiece Poppy coin.

The 2019 Masterpiece Poppy Coin is still available for your collection here >>

Order Ref 185/X599/J
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Price £595.00 (+ £7.99 p&p)


  • Country of Issue: Jersey
  • Year of Issue: 2020
  • Coin Diameter: 65mm
  • Coin Weight: 155.53g
  • Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley
  • Reverse: Poppy moulded from Spitfire on engraved poppy background
  • Metal: .999 Silver with 24ct gold-plating
  • Finish: Matte Proof
  • Edition limit: 300
  • £59.50 from the sales of this coin will be paid to The Royal British Legion
  • Trading Limited, which gives its taxable profits to The Royal British Legion
  • (charity no: 219279) or Poppyscotland (Scottish Charity SC014096).
  • Your donation will be given to either charity based on where you purchase.

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.