The Snowman™ Collector Ingot
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Limited HAND-SIGNED card: Official The Snowman™ Collector Ingot

*** Limited to JUST 250 Collectors Worldwide ***

Only 250 collectors will ever be able to secure what is the ultimate version of this prestigious Ingot Christmas Card – hand signed personally by Peter Auty.

Featuring the heart-warming design of The Snowman™ from Raymond Briggs’ iconic book in perfect miniature detail and vivid full colour, your ingot has been expertly plated in Sterling Silver to a superb Proof-like finish.

In an exclusive collaboration with Peter Auty, the chorister who sang “Walking in the Air”, the theme song of the 1982 animated film The Snowman, this special Ingot is housed in a beautiful Christmas Card, left blank inside for you to write a personalised message which has been exclusively hand-signed by Peter Auty, hence the tiny edition limit of just 250.

Given that interest in The Snowman™ is at an all-time high following the success of The Royal Mint’s two official The Snowman™ 50p coins, this TINY edition limit certainly won't be enough to satisfy the demand of all The Snowman™ collectors.

Just 250 of these hand-signed Christmas Cards will ever be issued, making this one of the rarest and most special ways to own the Official The Snowman™ Ingot.

Don't miss your chance to add the extremely limited hand-signed The Snowman™ Ingot Christmas Card to your collection today for JUST £25 (+p&p).

Don't miss out, click 'Add to basket' now to secure one for your collection.

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Order Ref 185/446G/Z


  • Metal: Silver-plated brass
  • Finish: Proof
  • Dimensions: 38x50mm
  • Reverse: The Snowman book cover
  • Obverse: The Snowman logo
  • Edition Limit: 250 (from total edition limit of 9,995 ingots)

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