We're pleased to offer you an exclusive BNT Coins tribute to the longest Royal marriage in British history.
This limited edition cupro-nickel flat coin bar pays tribute to The Queen and Prince Philip's Platinum Wedding Anniversary, has been approved by The Palace.
The stunning coin bar's obverse depicts the royal couple on their wedding day. Above the wedded pair is St Edward's Crown, circled by the caption PLATINUM WEDDING. At the bottom of the coin bar is an outline of the magnificent Westminster Abbey, where marriage took place in 1947. Beneath that is the inscription 70TH ANNIVERSARY 1947-2017.
The reverse shows The Queen's portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley, which appeared on British coins. The inscriptions read SOLOMAN ISLANDS and HALF DOLLAR 2017.
This legal tender flat coin bar is finished to Proof-like quality. The dies were polished and finished by hand, giving the coins a superb finish.
Don't miss out. Order the commemorative coin bar at our low price today.
Princess Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey. It was a momentous ocassion. The event took place in front of 2,000 guests and was broadcast to 200 million radio listeners around the world.
The princess had to use ration coupons to obtain the material to make her beautiful dress, which was a duchess satin bridal gown with motifs of star lilies and orange blossoms.
After the ceremony, the couple went to Buckingham Palace and waved to the large crowds from the balcony. They spent their wedding night at Broadlands in Hampshire, and the rest of their honeymoon at Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate.The Queen's Platinum Wedding Anniversary 2017 Half Dollar Coin Bar add-to-cart st No No supplierCost tags
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