To mark this year’s Remembrance a BRAND NEW Poppy coin has been issued, but this is unlike any poppy coin you might have seen before...
That’s because it’s been struck from two ounces of Silver, with a special minting technique that makes the poppy three dimensional!
The Three Dimensional Poppy Coin
The poppy rises out of both sides of the coin because of the extra high relief achieved by the Smartminting technology. It’s a technique never seen on a Poppy coin before.
But clearly, considering the high level of finish and minting on this coin, it’s understandably a very limited edition piece. It might surprise you when you find out that JUST 500 are being issued.
Just compare that to the UK Remembrance Day Silver coin issued this year — it had an edition limit of JUST 2,021 coins and completely sold out.
Limited edition — secure yours now
Each year the Remembrance coins issued in partnership with the Royal British Legion are some of our most popular releases, and this year’s coin is one of the most unique that has ever been issued. There’s no doubt that they will all be reserved before Remembrance Sunday.
The question is whether you’ll be quick enough to get your reservation in before it’s too late…
It’s £295 and you can opt to pay in ten interest-free instalments of £29.50. And because it’s been issued in support of the RBL, when we send you your Silver 2oz Poppy Coin we will also make a donation of £29.50 to the Royal British Legion on your behalf.
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The High Relief Silver Proof 2oz Remembrance Day Coin
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- Country of Issue: Cook Islands
- Year of Issue: 2022
- Metal: 999/1000 Silver
- Diameter: 38.61mm
- Weight: 2oz
- Denomination: 10 Dollars
- Reverse: Paul Barnett
- Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
- Finish: Proof
- Edition Limit: 500
- £29.50 from the sale of this product will be paid to
- The Royal British Legion Trading Limited, which
- gives its taxable profits to The Royal British