Honouring the
British Armed Forces


100 years after the Armistice, we remember them once more

As the Last Post cuts through the stillness of a Sunday morning, relieved of their duties, the fallen are discharged, free to rest in peace. 100 years after the end of the First World War, Remembrance Day traditions show no signs of diminishing as we honour those who fought for our freedoms; rituals that have outlasted the peace of the ‘war to end all wars’.

Struck to Brilliant Uncirculated standard –a single blood red poppy reminds us of the sacrifices made. The coin is presented in a fold-out wallet that tells the stories behind remembrance.

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D-Day UK £2 Silver Proof Coin 2019
D-Day UK £2 Silver Proof Coin 2019

D-Day UK £2 Silver Proof Coin 2019

Limited Edition Presentation of 5,000 – 75th Anniversary

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RAF Centenary Spitfire 2018 UK £2 Silver Proof Coin
RAF Centenary Spitfire 2018 UK £2 Silver Proof Coin

RAF Centenary Spitfire 2018 UK £2 Silver Proof Coin

Limited Edition 7,500

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RAF Centenary Spitfire 2018 UK £2 Gold Proof Coin
RAF Centenary Spitfire 2018 UK £2 Gold Proof Coin

RAF Centenary Spitfire 2018 UK £2 Gold Proof Coin

Limited Edition 1,000

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First World War Armistice 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof 6-Coin Set

First World War Armistice 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof 6-Coin Set

Limited Edition 600

£465.00

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First World War Centenary 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof Six-Coin Set

First World War Centenary 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof Six-Coin Set

Limited Edition 1,918

£465.00

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Royal Mint Armistice Collection Box Silver
Royal Mint Armistice Collection Box Silver

Royal Mint Armistice Collection Box Silver

Limited Edition 300

£750.00

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Armistice Centenary 2018 Three Coin Silver Proof Set

Armistice Centenary 2018 Three Coin Silver Proof Set

Limited Edition 1,111

£225.00

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Armistice 2018 UK Silver Proof Kilo Coin
Armistice 2018 UK Silver Proof Kilo Coin

Armistice 2018 UK Silver Proof Kilo Coin

Limited Edition 100

£2,025.00

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The Remembrance Day 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof Coin
The Remembrance Day 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof Coin

The Remembrance Day 2018 UK £5 Silver Proof Coin

Limited Edition 3,500

£90.00

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A Young and Brave Volunteer
Bertha ‘Betty’ Stevenson was born in York at the end of the nineteenth century. Her family supported the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) and through it volunteered to help their country at war. From 1916 she worked for the YMCA in France, first in the canteen huts and then in the more dangerous role of driver. 

Read Betty’s Story

 

Artist at the Front
David Bomberg was an emerging artist linked to the Vorticist group when he joined the army in 1915. He was sent to the front as a military engineer but towards the end of the war his artistic ability was called upon as he was commissioned to create a work to memorialise an extraordinary tunnelling project.

Read About David Bomberg

 

For King and Country
Eric Heaton enlisted aged 18 at the outbreak of war and was commissioned a second lieutenant the following year. On 1 July 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme, and in his first combat action, he led the men of 9 Platoon in an attack.

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A Heroine of War
Flora Sandes, born in 1876, was the first, and only, British woman to officially serve in the First World War as a soldier. The daughter of a Yorkshire clergyman, she was fearless and valiant and rose through the ranks of the Serbian army to become a Sergeant Major by the end of the war. 

Find out About Flora Sandes

 

A Lady and a Nurse
Lady Lever was one of many well-off women who volunteered as a nurse during the First World War. When her husband, Sir Arthur Levy Lever, was called to serve as an officer in the Army she offered to nurse injured military personnel on home soil, where she remained. Despite being a long way from the front it was not without risk.

Read Lady Lever’s Story

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