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Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover

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Name Price
Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover, with either 4 black and white or 4 colour stamps (our choice), unsigned £20.00 Buy Now
Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover, with alternative stamps and 1977 Silver Jubilee crown £20.00 Buy Now
Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover, with alternative stamps and 2012 Diamond Jubilee five pound Coin £30.00 Buy Now
Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover, signed by Lady Jane Rayne (our choice of stamps) £35.00 Limited Availability

Product Information

 

  • Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover
  • Featuring a photograph of Her Majesty
  • With a 1977 Silver Jubilee crown
  • Our choice of 4 black & white or 4 colour stamps
  • And a London SW1 postmark (31st May, 2012)
  • Available signed by Lady Jane Rayne


Issue Date: 31/05/2012

Issue Name: Diamond Jubilee Coin cover

Producer: Buckingham Covers

 

In 2012, Queen Elizabeth has reigned for an extraordinary 60 years. Celebrate a landmark moment in British history with this unique keepsake. You can hand it down through the years to future generations in your family. Featuring a delightful photograph of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, it features a 1977 Silver Jubilee crown and has our choice of either 4 black and white, or 4 colour stamps of Her Majesty, along with a Buckingham Palace, London SW1 postmark (31st May, 2012) and is available signed by The Right Honourable Lady Rayne (She was a Maid of Honour at Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953).

 

  • Diamond Jubilee Coin Cover
  • Featuring a photograph of Her Majesty
  • With a 1977 Silver Jubilee crown
  • Our choice of 4 black & white or 4 colour stamps
  • And a London SW1 postmark (31st May, 2012)
  • Available signed by Lady Jane Rayne

 

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Lik eher great grandmother Queen Victoria, who reigned for 63 years, Queen Elizabeth II has won the hearts of her people through her tireless service to her country.

She has attended every opening of Parliament except those in 1959 and 1963 when she was expecting Prince Andrew and Prince Edward respectively. Twelve different Prime Ministers have served during her reign. There have been six Archbishops of Canterbury and six Roman catholic Popes since she came to the throne.

Since 1952 The Queen has conferred over 404,500 honours and awards and has personally held over 610 investitures. She is currently patron of over 600 charaties and organisations, over 400 of which she has held since 1952.

 

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Lady Jane Rayne was maid of honour at Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953.

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