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Own The RAF 617 Squadron Limited Edition 22 Carat Gold Collector Card

70 years ago, nineteen Lancaster Bombers from 617 Squadron took off from RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire to participate in the most daring of missions - Operation Chastise. Or as it has become known The Dambusters Raid.

Now you have the opportunity to celebrate one of the RAF’s most famous squadrons with The RAF 617 Squadron Limited Edition 22 Carat Gold Collector Card.

Officially approved by the RAF, your limited edition Collector Card includes four Royal Mail First Class Union Flag stamps with accompanying labels featuring ‘The Opening Shots’, the superb Dambuster painting by Mark Postlethwaite, and the 617 Squadron badge. The stamps have been officially postmarked by Royal Mail on 29th June - Armed Forces Day 2013.

Finished in 22 Carat Gold

To make this Collector Card particularly special, it has been completed with 22 Carat Gold Foil and is presented in its own Presentation Folder with an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity, ensuring that it will forever remain a valuable heirloom to pass down to your children and grandchildren.

A key moment in RAF history captured forever

Sadly, we have only been able to arrange for just 995 22 Carat Gold Collector Cards to receive the all-important Royal Mail Armed Forces Day postmark, which will forever mark this significant event in RAF history.

Don’t miss out on this truly unique opportunity by ordering yours today!

Order Ref 185/168C/0

Specifications

  • Collector Card size: 203mm x 136mm
  • Stamps : 4 x Royal Mail's First Class Union Flag stamps and labels
  • Postmarking date: Armed Forces Day - 29th June 2013

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
Coin Portfolio Management does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.