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Picture of British Indian Ocean Territory / South Georgia Crown Cover

British Indian Ocean Territory / South Georgia Crown Cover

Fabulous Crown Covers with the stamp coming from the British Indian Ocean Territory and the crown coming from South Georgia, issued for the Queen’s 85th birthday and Prince Philip’s 90th birthday. Exotic stamps and exotic crowns, many of which we have never seen before. Supplies are limited, so act quickly!
£12.95
Picture of British Virgin Islands Gold Jub Cover

British Virgin Islands Gold Jub Cover

In 2002 H. M. the Queen celebrated her Gold Jubilee 1952-2002. This large sized CrownCover contains a crown or $1.00 from the British Virgin Islands and two stamps from The Gambia. You have the Queen on horseback similar to the 1953 Coronation Crown with the Queen in profile on the obverse. It is in Prooflike condition and the cover has a full colour photo of the Queen and Prince Philip. The two stamps have the Queen on the edge and two different portraits in the centre. As crowns from the British Virgin Islands are not easy to find, we think you will like this large sized CrownCover, but supplies are limited.
£12.95
Picture of Cook Islands / Niue Crown Cover

Cook Islands / Niue Crown Cover

Fabulous Crown Covers with the stamp coming from The Cook Islands and the crown coming from Niue, issued for the Queen’s 85th birthday and Prince Philip’s 90th birthday. Exotic stamps and exotic crowns, many of which we have never seen before. Supplies are limited, so act quickly.
£9.95
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Cook Islands Crown Cover

Fabulous Crown Covers with the stamp and crown coming from Cook Islands. Issued in 2011 as part of the Lifetime of Service series. The stamp and the cover have a picture of the Queen and Prince Philip travelling in a tour car and smiling. The coin has a wedding portrait and a modern portrait of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip with the lettering: QUEEN ELIZABETH II & PRINCE PHILIP A LIFETIME PARTNERSHIP
£12.50
£10 (Platinum Wedding Anniversary) 2017 5 Oz Slabbed Proof 69_obv

Elizabeth II, £10 (Platinum Wedding Anniversary) 2017 5 Oz Slabbed Proof 69

If you are looking for a British coin with Prince Philip – look no further than the £5 and £10 coins issued for their Platinum Wedding in 2007. We are sure that some companies will be issuing medals and coins with Prince Philip’s portrait. We have the Official issues from the Royal Mint which have a very realistic portrait of the Queen and Prince Philip in their older years. These coins are struck in Sterling Silver by the Royal Mint and were issued in 2017. Each coin has been carefully slabbed and graded by the Numismatic Grading Company, a company the Royal Mint has appointed. This keeps finger prints away from coins and also guarantees them. We can offer you this £10 coin, which contains five ounces of silver and was issued at £420 for just £295 again in gleaming Proof condition, saving £125.00!
£295.00
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Elizabeth II, £5 (Diamond Wedding) 2007 Silver Proof

If you're looking for a bargain this is piece is certainly one. The Royal Mint has charged between £82.00-£88.00 for silver proof £5 pieces. You can have this 2007 Diamond Wedding £5 Silver Proof while stock lasts for only £69.50! A piece not to be missed at this price...
£69.50
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Elizabeth II, £5 (Prince Philip) 2021 Silver Proof

When the Queen’s husband the H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh died in 2021 the Royal Mint issued a rather handsome commemorative coin to honour him. It is a beautiful low-mintage coin with only a maximum of 7,255 silver-proof coins made. For some reason, we and most other dealers were not offered this important coin. In fact, these are the first pieces we have ever owned. It is entitled ‘A Life Well Lived’ and that is something we can all agree on. You have the Queen on one side and the Duke of Edinburgh on the other side. The coin comes complete in original Royal Mint packaging, with a case, slipcase, certificate, and information leaflet. We don’t know why they were not offered at the time, We guess one or more of the marketing companies bought them all. We have just 112 pieces, so please get this Rare and important silver proof £5 while you can.
£89.50
Picture of Elizabeth II, £5 (The Queen & Prince Philip) 1997 Silver Crownsized Proof

Elizabeth II, £5 (The Queen & Prince Philip) 1997 Silver Crownsized Proof

The Queen and Prince Philip married in 1947 and enjoyed 74 years of marriage together until Philip's death in 2021. The Queen's portrait features on all of the coinage issued during her reign but Prince Philip has only been on few. The first coin that featured Prince Philip was the 25 Pence piece or Crown issued in 1972 for the Wedding Anniversary, there was no portrait but just two initials ‘E & P’ under a crown. In 1997 the Royal Mint issued a commemorative £5 piece for the Golden Wedding of the Queen and Prince Philip and this time his portrait did appear on the coin. You have the Queen wearing her crown and Prince Philip standing beside her. The other side has their two coats of arms under a crown with an anchor below. The first coin to show two conjoined busts was in the reign of William & Mary in 1689. These coins are struck in Sterling Silver in Proof condition. Supplies are limited and it is a great way to honour both the Queen and Prince Philip together on one coin.
£79.50
Picture of Gibraltar / Cook Islands Crown Cover

Gibraltar / Cook Islands Crown Cover

Fabulous Crown Covers with the stamp coming from Gibraltar and the crown coming from The Cook Islands, issued for the Queen’s 85th birthday and Prince Philip’s 90th birthday. Exotic stamps and exotic crowns, many of which we have never seen before. Supplies are limited, so act quickly.
£9.95
Picture of Gibraltar/Bahamas Coin Cover

Gibraltar/Bahamas Coin Cover

In 2002 H. M. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Golden Jubilee as our Queen, 1952-2002. To honour this event some of the Commonwealth nations issued either crowns or stamps. This is a wonderful Crown Cover from Gibraltar and the Bahamas combined in a First Day Cover (FDC). The Crown shows the Queen looking down at Prince Charles as an infant in his crib. It was issued in 1997 by Gibraltar for hers and Prince Philip’s Golden Wedding Anniversary. The two stamps were issued for the island nation of the Bahamas and cancelled on the First Day of Issue. The cover shows the Queen smiling as is usual and carrying a beautiful bunch of flowers. A most unusual crown and not one that we have seen before, so here is a chance to add to your collection.
£9.95