|BCC105A||Diamond Wedding Coin Cover, with 5 pound Royal Mint coin, unsigned||£35.00||Buy Now|
|BCC105V||Diamond Wedding Coin Cover, with a 1972 coin, unsigned||£40.00||Buy Now|
|BCC105C||Diamond Wedding Coin Cover, with George VI half crown, unsigned||£45.00||Buy Now|
|BCC105AS||Diamond Wedding Coin Cover, with 5 pound Royal Mint coin, signed Countess Mountbatten of Burma||£60.00||Limited Availability|
|BCC105G||Diamond Wedding cover with 2007 genuine gold soverign, unsigned (made to order only)||£500.00||Limited Availability|
|BCC105||Diamond Wedding Coin Cover, with specially crafted anniversary medal, unsigned||£35.00||Sold Out|
|BCC105S||Diamond Wedding Coin Cover, special crafted anniversary medal, signed Countess Mountbatten of Burma||£60.00||Sold Out|
|BCC105GS||Diamond Wedding cover with 2007 genuine gold soverign, signed Countess Mountbatten (made to order)||£500.00||Sold Out|
|BCC105SET||Set of 4 genuine gold sovereign covers (made to order only)||£700.00||Sold Out|
Issue Date: 16/10/2007
Issue Name: Diamond Wedding Coin Cover
Producer: Buckingham Covers
Our final coin cover of 2007 celebrated the Diamond Wedding of Her Majesty and Prince Philip.
Option 1 - The standard cover holds a beautifully crafted medal. A limited number were personally signed by Countess Mountbatten of Burma, one of the bridesmaids in 1947.
Option 2 - We also offered a deluxe alternative by order only. This used the same cover but instead of the medal, a new 2007 genuine gold sovereign was encased inside.
Option 3 - Finally, due to popular request, we offered a special set of 4 Diamond Wedding coin covers. This incredible set held 4 genuine gold sovereigns. Two were from the reign of Queen Victoria (one showing her young head and the other, her head in later years). The third coin was from the reign of George V. The final coin was an early Elizabeth II sovereign. This astonishing collection was made only to order.
Diamond Wedding Elizabeth & Philip
Their tune was 'People will say we're in love' from the smash hit show Oklahoma. Their faces were those of Britian's favourite and most photographed sweethearts and on November 20th 1947, they married.
Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten was created Duke of Edinburgh and given the right to be called His Royal Highness on the 19th November.
The ceremony took place at Westminster Abbey before approximately 2,300 guests, including five kings, eight queens, eight princes, ten princesses and fifty two members of the British Royal family.
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Patricia Edwina Victoria Knatchbull, 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma, CBE, MSC, CD, was a British peeress and the third cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.