Christmas 2017

Christmas 2017

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions

Coins and Christmas go hand-in-hand.

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The Christmas Tree Coin

The Christmas Tree Coin

Complete with greetings card packaging to gift to your loved ones.

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A Silver Six Pence in the Pudding

A Silver Six Pence in the Pudding

Serve up a slice of good luck.

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Stir-up Sunday

Stir-up Sunday

A day for tradition and togetherness.

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Continuing traditions


Decorating the tree, sharing mince pies and pulling crackers – it’s the little traditions that make Christmas magical, and coins have always had a special place at the heart of festivities. Wise men bearing gifts, a little extra for those who work hard all year, or a bag of chocolate treasure sneakily eaten before breakfast – somehow it’s not Christmas without a coin.

And don’t forget the man in the red suit. It was St Nicholas who stole down the chimney to leave silver coins in stockings drying by the fire – dowries for a poor nobleman’s daughters too proud to accept his charity. This story gives us the essence of the Christmas we know today.

Presents


The Christmas Tree Coin

This year, tuck a real coin in their stocking, one that they’ll treasure all year. This Brilliant Uncirculated £5 coin will still be around long after all the chocolate has gone. Printmaker Edwina Ellis celebrates the very heart of our Yuletide traditions with this delightful Christmas tree design decorated with stars, baubles and candy canes.

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A Silver Six Pence in the Pudding

Homemade or off-the-shelf, don’t forget to add a sprinkle of good luck, because it’s not Christmas without a sixpence in your pudding. Stir this silver coin into the mixing bowl, make a wish and serve up an extra special slice on the big day.

A Silver Six Pence in the Pudding

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