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FREE The Battle of Ypres Centenary Coin (+PS2.50 P&P)

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Notification: The Battle of Ypres Centenary Coin - yours for £0 (+£2.50 P&P)
Significance: NATIONAL COMMEMORATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Remembering Ypres 100 years on
Limitation: One per household on a first-come-first-served basis
Hello,

It was 100 years ago, in the Flanders region of Belgium, that one of the most costly and harshest battles of The First World War took place - the final battle of Ypres. Culminating in November 1917 with the capture of the ridge at Passchendaele the most defining images of futility, mud, suffering and sacrifice come from these battlefields.

Lest we forget - in 2017 nations will join together in Flanders Fields to commemorate the centenary of the final Battle of Ypres, a defining moment in World War I. Regarded as The War to end all Wars, over one million British people gave their lives in service to their country. In honour of their bravery and sacrifice, a new limited edition commemorative coin has been issued and is complimentary, as a gift to the nation, in commemoration of Ypres.

Claim your First World War Centenary Coin here

Struck to the highest quality Proof finish, this centenary coin features the symbol of remembrance from Flanders Fields - the poppy, set against the backdrop of the Angel of Mons who is said to have protected the British soldiers during the war.

Framed beneath the angel herself are the words of Rudyard Kipling – ‘Lest we forget’, a poignant reminder of the enormous debt owed to those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom.

Poppies on coin

Lest We Forget

Agnel of Mons on coin

The Iconic Flanders poppies beautifully featured within the design.

The emotive words of Rudyard Kipling ‘Lest we forget’

The Angel of Mons protector of British
troops




Claim your COMPLIMENTARY Battle of Ypres Centenary Coin today


To participate in this commemoration, act now and click here. This COMPLIMENTARY coin is available on a strictly first-come-first-served basis and limited to less than 1% of British households.

Yours sincerely,

James Deeny
James Deeny
Managing Director
The London Mint Office
The London Mint Office

PS: Due to the limited mintage, there is a limitation of only one coin per household; click here to claim yours now.

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