The Queen Victoria 200th Anniversary Edition of the Penny Black 1/10 oz. Gold Coin

The world's first postage stamp immortalised forever in pure 24-carat Gold

The Queen Victoria 200th Anniversary Edition of the Penny Black 1/10 oz. Gold Coin

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  • Struck in pure 24-carat Gold and selectively plated in black Ruthenium Gold
  • Commemorating the bicentennial of the birth of one of Britain's most beloved monarchs
  • Only 2,015 available worldwide
  • Type: Single
  • Availability: Sold Out!
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Order your '2019 Penny Black 1/10 oz. Gold Coin' today for just £396.00!

The world’s first official adhesive postage stamp, the Penny Black, was issued on 1st May 1840. It bore a portrait of the young Queen Victoria by the acclaimed coin engraver William Wyon. His design, which originally appeared on a medal commemorating her visit to the City of London in 1837, was sketched by Henry Corbould for Charles and Frederick Heath to engrave onto the special die required for printing sheets of stamps. 

In 2015, to mark the 175th anniversary of the Penny Black, a commemorative gold coin was struck and selectively finished in Ruthenium Gold. The intricately engraved design recreates the iconic stamp from ‘Plate 11’ which was one of the rarest issues. 

Wyon’s original design was based on a sketch he had made of Victoria when she was fifteen years old. It was to remain on British stamps for the entirety of her long reign, until her death at the age of eighty-one in 1901. 

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.

Metal:
.999 24-carat Gold
Quality:
Proof
Weight:
3.112g
Diameter:
17.95mm
Issuing Authority:
Gibraltar
Denomination:
1/10 Crown
Year of Issue:
2019
Mintage Limit:
2,015

Order your '2019 Penny Black 1/10 oz. Gold Coin' today for just £396.00!

The world’s first official adhesive postage stamp, the Penny Black, was issued on 1st May 1840. It bore a portrait of the young Queen Victoria by the acclaimed coin engraver William Wyon. His design, which originally appeared on a medal commemorating her visit to the City of London in 1837, was sketched by Henry Corbould for Charles and Frederick Heath to engrave onto the special die required for printing sheets of stamps. 

In 2015, to mark the 175th anniversary of the Penny Black, a commemorative gold coin was struck and selectively finished in Ruthenium Gold. The intricately engraved design recreates the iconic stamp from ‘Plate 11’ which was one of the rarest issues. 

Wyon’s original design was based on a sketch he had made of Victoria when she was fifteen years old. It was to remain on British stamps for the entirety of her long reign, until her death at the age of eighty-one in 1901. 

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.

Notify me when the product will be available.
Specifications
Metal:
.999 24-carat Gold
Quality:
Proof
Weight:
3.112g
Diameter:
17.95mm
Issuing Authority:
Gibraltar
Denomination:
1/10 Crown
Year of Issue:
2019
Mintage Limit:
2,015