|BCC128A2||Royal Wedding Coin Cover-The Kiss, with South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands coin, unsigned||£17.50||Limited Availability|
|BCC128A3||Royal Wedding Coin Cover - The Kiss, with a Falklands Island Medallion, unsigned||£17.50||Limited Availability|
|BCC128A4||Royal Wedding Coin Cover - The Kiss, with Ascension Island medallion, unsigned||£17.50||Limited Availability|
|BCC128FD||Royal Wedding Coin Cover - The Kiss, with a Westminster Abbey medallion, unsigned||£20.00||Limited Availability|
|BCC128S||Royal Wedding Coin Cover - The Kiss, signed Raphael Maklouf||£35.00||Buy Now|
|BCC128||Royal Wedding Coin Cover - The Kiss, unsigned||£30.00||Sold Out|
Issue Date: 29/04/2011
Issue Name: Royal Wedding Coin Cover - The Kiss
Producer: Buckingham Covers
There were hundreds of souvenirs produced to mark the Royal Wedding. But these are different. Exclusive. Handmade. Limited. Created by world leading designers. We believe you could not have a better commemoration of this historic occasion.
Our cover features an official wedding photograph of the kiss on the balcony, along with the new Royal Mail stamps, and a Westminster Abbey postmark. It has a special commemorative coin by world famous sculptor Raphael Maklouf. It has been doubled with a genuine 1966 Westminster Abbey stamp and special Royal Wedding cachet, and is available signed by Raphael Maklouf.
The Royal Wedding - 29th April 2011
Two billion people watched the royal fairy story wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the 29th April 2011. Over one million poeple took to the streets of London, street parties were held all over Britain and the world looked on as Prince William in the Abbey mouthed the words "you're stunning, just beautiful".
1900 guests filled Westminster Abbey, which was resplendent with trees lining the aisle and with hats of all sorts, from the beautiful to the bizarre.
The wedding dress, designed by Sarah Burton for McQueen, was being copied in China even as Catherine walked down the aisle. The train measured 9ft and was held carefully by the beautiful Pippa Middleton, who herself attracted a personal fan club.
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Raphael David Maklouf is a sculptor, best known for designing an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II used on the coins of many Commonwealth nations.