Official Road to Victory Battle of Atlantic coin

Official Road to Victory Battle of Atlantic coin

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  • Layered in pure Gold
  • Limited to 49,999 Worldwide
  • Features original wartime photography licensed from the Imperial War Museums
  • Type: Single
  • Availability: Medium
Regular Price: £ 29.95
Price: £ 10

Order your Official Road to Victory Battle of Atlantic coin for just £10!

Obverse: A portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by renowned artist and sculptor Raphael Maklouf. His tribute to honour Her Majesty on her 90th birthday was created in 2016.


Reverse: Features original wartime photography licensed from the Imperial War Museums. The Battle of the Atlantic has been called the “longest, largest and most complex” naval battle in history, commencing on 3 September 1939 and coming to a close on 8 May 1945. The photograph depicts a depth charge explosion astern of HMS Starling. Mk VII depth charges, which were the standard anti-submarine weapon at the beginning of World War II, can be seen in the racks on the quarter-deck. The photograph is printed upon stacked letters and postcards which have been positioned as if they have just been opened by the recipient with the twine rope forming a partial border to the design

Rest assured that you have no further commitments and your purchase is protected by The London Mint Office 14 day “no quibble” guarantee. You have no further obligations.

Regular Price:£ 29.95
Price: £ 10
Alloy:
Layered in Pure Gold
Quality:
Brilliant Uncirculated
Weight:
28.28g
Diameter:
38.6mm
Issuing Authority:
Gibraltar
Denomination:
One Crown
Mintage limit:
4,999

Order your Official Road to Victory Battle of Atlantic coin for just £10!

Obverse: A portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by renowned artist and sculptor Raphael Maklouf. His tribute to honour Her Majesty on her 90th birthday was created in 2016.


Reverse: Features original wartime photography licensed from the Imperial War Museums. The Battle of the Atlantic has been called the “longest, largest and most complex” naval battle in history, commencing on 3 September 1939 and coming to a close on 8 May 1945. The photograph depicts a depth charge explosion astern of HMS Starling. Mk VII depth charges, which were the standard anti-submarine weapon at the beginning of World War II, can be seen in the racks on the quarter-deck. The photograph is printed upon stacked letters and postcards which have been positioned as if they have just been opened by the recipient with the twine rope forming a partial border to the design

Rest assured that you have no further commitments and your purchase is protected by The London Mint Office 14 day “no quibble” guarantee. You have no further obligations.

Regular Price:£ 29.95
Price: £ 10
Specifications
Alloy:
Layered in Pure Gold
Quality:
Brilliant Uncirculated
Weight:
28.28g
Diameter:
38.6mm
Issuing Authority:
Gibraltar
Denomination:
One Crown
Mintage limit:
4,999