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Everyone had a role to play in the Second World War

When we think of war, our minds automatically slip to a muddy battlefield and the sound of the troops marching to the front line with all kinds of artillery and weapons. But it is because of those left at home keeping the home fire burning that the men on the Homefront were never short of the supplies needed to fight for our victory.

Due to the metal shortage in October 1942, housewives across the nation donated their pots and pans, communities ripped apart their vehicles and children proudly took their metal toys to school to participate in the scrap metal drives.

Scrap drives were a vital part of the Second World War, not only did they provide the materials to support those fighting against the enemy, but they also made each and every individual, including children, feel a part of the war effort.

With a beautiful array of military products commemorating the important anniversaries of the Second World War, be a part of this great war effort by keeping the memories and stories alive 80 years on.

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The First World War 'At the Going Down of the Sun' Commemorative Coin
The First World War 'At the Going Down of the Sun' Commemorative Coin
  • Designed by world renowned sculptor Paul Day
  • Strictly limited
  • Released in the centenary anniversary year of WWI
£ 14.95
Official Imperial War Museums ‘Join the Royal Air Force’ Ingot Official Imperial War Museums ‘Join the Royal Air Force’ Ingot
Official Imperial War Museums ‘Join the Royal Air Force’ Ingot
  • Layered in 24 carat gold
  • Limited to 49,999 Worldwide
  • Features the official logo of the Imperial War Museum
£ 29.95 £ 10
Official In Flanders Fields Museum Seeing the Soldiers Off Coin Official In Flanders Fields Museum Seeing the Soldiers Off Coin
Official In Flanders Fields Museum Seeing the Soldiers Off Coin
  • limited to 49,999
  • Layered in Silver and accented in 24-carat Gold
  • Marks a poignant moment when men had to say their goodbyes and leave their loved ones behind.
£ 29.95 £ 10
Official Imperial War Museums ‘Daddy, what did you do in the war?’ Ingot
Official Imperial War Museums ‘Daddy, what did you do in the war?’ Ingot
  • Released in official Partnership with Imperial War Museums
  • Layered in pure 24-carat Gold
  • Only 49,999 available worldwide!
£ 29.95
Official Road to Victory Battle of Atlantic coin
Official Road to Victory Battle of Atlantic coin
  • Layered in pure Gold
  • Limited to 49,999 Worldwide
  • Features original wartime photography licensed from the Imperial War Museums
£ 29.95 £ 10