To mark the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the RAF's finest hour, The Royal Air Forces Association issued its official Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Commemorative.

Proudly displaying the Royal Air Force crest and iconic Hurricanes and Spitfires, the commemorative has a strict edition limitation of just 19,999 world-wide.

The official commemorative honours the bravery and sacrifice of all Royal Air Force airmen and airwomen from the sixteen countries who defended our nation. Layered in pure 24 carat Gold and struck in the highest possible Proof quality finish by Worcestershire Medal Service, medallist to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, it features the RAF roundel in full colour.

Only £9.95 (FREE p+p) as part of the OFFICIAL Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Set
Our official Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Commemorative is available exclusively from The London Mint Office and is part of the Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Set of six medals.  Together, they recount the story of the greatest aerial battle the world has ever known.

The Five Architects of Victory in the Air

Pictured against the backdrop of Hurricanes poised for attack, fighter ace Douglas Bader represents the courage and tenacity of the pilots themselves. Bader lost both his legs in 1931 yet flew Hurricanes and Spitfires wearing artificial limbs.

As Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill kept the nation united with his inspirational oratory during those tense summer months. His bulldog determination is captured beautifully by the portrait featured here with his the three-word phrase that defined the moment - ‘Their Finest Hour’.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding masterminded Britain’s air defences as they faced their ultimate test in the Battle of Britain. His preparation, planning and strategy were key to victory, He is shown with a formation of Spitfires and Hurricanes in the background.

Depicted in front of an illustration of radar pulses, Sir Robert Watson-Watt was the unsung hero of the Battle of Britain. It was he who discovered and developed the detection of aircraft by radio waves, which gave Fighter Command vital time to prepare for and counter Luftwaffe attacks.

As Minister of Aircraft Production, Lord Beaverbrook was masterminded the ‘Saucepans for Spitfires’ scheme. Calling for donations of aluminium, which families donated in the form of pots and pans, he enabled the recycling of metal to build the Battle of Britain fighter planes. 

Official tributes in Proof quality - limited to just 9,999 worldwide
These official commemoratives depict the five key players without whose genius, victory would not have been possible. When ordering your Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary commemorative, you secure your right to own these five remaining official limited edition silver layered medals at monthly intervals, entirely on approval, for only £29.95 (plus £2.95 P&P). You may return any medal within 14 days or cancel at any time should you wish to stop collecting.

Official Collector Presentation Folder – FREE with your order
When placing your order, you will also receive the official Battle of Britain Presentation folder, which stores and displays your complete set safely and elegantly.  The folder also stores each of the Certificates of Authenticity guaranteeing the specifications of each commemorative.  Together, they also provide important historical background information about The Battle of Britain.

  • The official RAF Association commemorative
  • Layered in pure 24 carat Gold
  • RAF Roundel in full colour
  • Limited edition – only one per household
  • Access to the remaining five Official Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary issues
Commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain
RAF roundel in full colour
Fully layered in Pure silver
Proof - the highest possible
Strictly limited - only one per household