Battle of Britain First Day Cover with Churchill Gold coin
- A unique Philatelic Numismatic Cover commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain
- Extremely limited edition – just 50 available
- Unique 'One Day Only' Issue - flown and cancelled on the day at Biggin Hill
- Hand-painted First Day Cover envelope
- Solid 22 carat gold coin - struck to the highest proof quality
- Royal Mail Battle of Britain Stamp issued and cancelled on its first day of issue
The Operation FISH 75th Anniversary George V Gold Sovereign
A genuine historic George V Gold Sovereign that relives one of the most secretive and daring operations of WWII - Operation FISH.
Discover the epic tale of how the largest transport of Gold the world has ever known escaped the clutches of Nazi Germany.
Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Churchill Gold Coin Philatelic Numismatic Cover
- Royal Mint £25 Gold Coin featuring our greatest statesman Sir Winston Churchill
- Official Royal Mail Battle of Britain Anniversary Stamp
- Unique cancellation mark ‘BIGGIN HILL WESTERHAM 75 YEARS 15/09/2015’
- Royal Mint £25 Gold Coin features our greatest statesman Sir Winston Churchill
- Flown in a wartime Spitfire on the 75th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain
- Only 150 of these first-day covers were issued - each carries a unique serial number.
The 2016 Royal Mint 1/2 Sovereign presented for the first time in a Gold Bar
The 2016 British Half Sovereign Gold Coin
Presented for the first time ever in an exclusive limited edition collector bar layered in pure 24 carat black and yellow Gold
Featuring the celebratory portrait of The Queen by James Butler - this portrait will appear for one year only on Proof 2016 Sovereigns
The Operation Fish Gold Coin Set
Commemorates the amazing rescue of the Allies treasuries during Second World War! In 2015 The London Mint Office recreated one of the original Gold transport journeys on the 75th anniversary year of Operation FISH by transporting a ¼ oz Canada Gold Maple Leaf coin and a George V Gold Sovereign from Norway to France, UK and finally on to Canada. As the coins travelled they received an official stamp/ signature applied to a coin passport to document the coins being on the tour.