Just 495 Battle of the Passchendaele Commemorative Coin Covers issued
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Just 495 Battle of the Passchendaele Commemorative Coin Covers issued

This year, we commemorate the centenary of the battle that has come to represent the horrors of warfare in World War One – the Battle of the Passchendaele

Now you can own the complete set of six new 2017 Royal Mail stamps accompanied by the brand new official Passchendaele Centenary coin from the Royal Australian Mint on this limited edition Coin Cover.

Your stamps explore the war in 1917 through six key themes:  Poppies, Poetry, Portraits, War Art, Memorials and Artefacts. These themes combine to form a beautiful and poignant collection which serves as a fitting way to commemorate this tragic conflict.  

Your coin features an engraving of Ernest Brooks’ iconic photograph of silhouetted British soldiers during the Battle of Broodseinde and has been struck to an Uncirculated finish.

Your cover will be officially postmarked by Royal Mail on the centenary anniversary of the start of the battle – 31 July – and only 495 covers will be issued.  So please order as soon as possible to secure yours.

Order your Battle of the Passchendaele Commemorative Coin Cover today

Order Ref 185/631F/0


  • Stamps: GB 2017 First World War 6v
  • Size of Stamps: 35mm x 35mm
  • Postmark: 31 July 2017
  • Coin: Australia 2017 Passcendaele 50c
  • Edition Limit: 495

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
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