Donald Campbell Land Speed SILVER PROOF Cover
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Donald Campbell Land Speed SILVER PROOF Cover


Donald Campbell Land Speed SILVER PROOF Cover

To mark 100 years since the birth of Donald Campbell, a BRAND NEW £2 coin has been issued by Guernsey.

Campbell is surely one of the most legendary figures in British history – he famously broke the land and water speed records in the same year in his famous Bluebird vehicles before sadly passing in a crash during his final water speed attempt.

This BRAND NEW cover has been issued to commemorate the great man – featuring Campbell and his beloved Bluebird CN7 with which he broke the land speed record.

JUST 145 available - secure yours today

What's more, the cover has been officially postmarked with the exact anniversary date of Campbell breaking the land speed record – 17th July 2021. This one-day-only postmark further guarantees the 145 worldwide edition limit and means no more can EVER be produced.

Your coin has been struck from .925 Sterling Silver, and features the designs to a Proof finish with selective colour printing – this is the only specification that features selective colour printing!

You can secure yours for £90 today, just click add to basket now! 

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Price £90.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)


  • Actual Size of Cover: 190mm x 127mm
  • Coin: Guernsey 2021 Donald Campbell Land Silver Proof £2
  • Metal: 925/1000 Silver with 24ct selective Gold Plate and Colour Print
  • Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
  • Reverse: David Young
  • Stamp: GB Britannia 1st Class & Customised Label
  • Postmarking: 17.07.21
  • Edition Limit: 145

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