Diamond Jubilee celebrations are well under way to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s 60-year reign.
Now just three years shy of being the longest-reigning British Monarch of all time, the Queen’s immense popularity is beyond question.
In March, the first of the Queen’s Royal visits around the country kicked off a packed schedule of Diamond Jubilee events.
Countless events, both official and unofficial are planned for the coming weeks – from street parties to the huge BBC music concert in the grounds of Buckingham Palace on the Diamond Jubilee weekend.
Now, ahead of an exciting summer of patriotism and pageantry there has been a steadily growing level of interest in Diamond Jubilee coin collections and other royal memorabilia.
Collectable coin specialists Westminster Collection’s fitting tribute to our Head of State is a brand-new range of Diamond Jubilee coins.
With a long and proud history as a family business, the Westminster Collection continually strives to make British heritage accessible to collectors.
In this historic year for Great Britain, Westminster has introduced three very special collections:
- Diamond Jubilee
- London 2012 Games – including the new £10 London 2012 coins
- Centenary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, including the Titanic 100th anniversary coin.
The Diamond Jubilee line-up ranges from the £24.99 Diamond Jubilee Coin Collection to the £1,495 Gold Sovereign display case with two uncirculated 22 carat coins from two landmark jubilee years.
Many people are interested in the new 2012 Diamond Jubilee 50 Pence Coin. Approved by Buckingham Palace and the Queen, the coin is 24 carat gold plated and features a full colour portrait of Her Majesty Elizabeth II.
The coin is limited to just 60,000 examples worldwide and is sure to sell out fast.
To avoid missing out on this piece of history, it is recommended that you order soon from the Westminster Collection website. The coin costs just £39.99 (plus p&p) and is exclusive to Westminster.
To order or to get more information, please click on the links in this article.