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Add this British Royal Coin Cover to your collection...

Released to the general public for the first time and featuring a British £1 Coin and miniature sheet, the UK Longest Reigning Monarch Coin Cover is the essential centrepiece for any serious royalty collection.

This limited edition coin cover features Royal Mail’s ‘ Long to Reign Over Us’ Miniature sheet comprising five stamps. The Miniature Sheet has been officially handstamped with a First Day of issue postmark dated 9th September 2015 - the milestone date that saw Her Majesty the Queen surpass Queen Victoria’s record reign to became our Longest Reigning Monarch

Encapsulated at the heart of the cover is the 2015 £1 Royal Arms coin, struck by The Royal Mint.  The reverse design features a contemporary interpretation of the traditional Royal Coat of Arms by renowned coin artist Timothy Noad – and is widely regarded as one of the best £1 designs ever.

The obverse side carries the fifth coin effigy of Her Majesty the Queen by Jody Clark – and is the very first £1 coin to feature this portrait.

The cover design features a portrait of the Queen taken by famous royal photographer, Baron, in 1953 – Her Majesty’s Coronation year.  Queen Elizabeth II is wearing the blue mantle (ribbon) of the Order of the Star of the Garter.
 
Just 2,000 have now been made available for the general public.

Each cover comes housed in a Deluxe Presentation Page with a Certificate of Authenticity printed on the reverse.

Order Ref 185/328K/0

Specifications

  • Actual size of cover: 254 x 177mm
  • Stamps: GB 2015 Long to Reign Over Us Miniature Sheet
  • Postmark: 9 September 2015
  • Coin: UK 2015 Royal Arms £1 Coin

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.