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Free WW1 Collector's Coin
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Free WW1 Collector's Coin

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Get this amazing free coin now - just pay the small postage charge of £2.50. In the 100th anniversary year of the end of WWI, we remember the sacrifices made by so many for king and country. These sacrifices should never be forgotten and the nation will forever cherish their memory – we will remember them. To commemorate such a poignant anniversary, you can now own this coin for FREE (plus £2.50 postage) – as a gift to you.

Exclusively available from The London Mint Office in partnership with the In Flanders Fields Museum and designed by famous artist and sculptor Paul Day, the Official WWI Centenary Coin has been issued as an everlasting act of remembrance. Struck to Brilliant Uncirculated quality, the official coin will stand the test of time as an enduring memorial to the fallen of the First World War.

Note - this is not legal tender.

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domhumphreys88
domhumphreys882 years ago

ordered this a week or two ago, its already been delivered great coin im putting away for the kids when there older,

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davidstockport
davidstockport2 years ago

May I suggest that before people PAY £2.50 postage for a virtually worthless piece of tat they read this -https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2018327

Tom

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davidstockport
davidstockport2 years ago

domhumphreys88 Why not leave them genuine coins? I doubt if the sellers should even be allowed to call a thing that never was, and never will be legal tender - A COIN. To put "Half Crown" on it is deceptive,

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domhumphreys88
domhumphreys882 years ago

davidstockport they have got the genuine silver and gold coins to, just thought its something different for them aswel,

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davidstockport
davidstockport2 years ago

domhumphreys88 Only the Royal Mint issue genuine legal tender coinage - The London Mint - are not connected, you really need to read this before you're suckered in: https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2018327

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domhumphreys88
domhumphreys882 years ago

davidstockport i buy the real ones from bullion by post, so i no there all legit, i will have a read of this thou thank you

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davidstockport
davidstockport2 years ago

domhumphreys88 But you don't buy them from this "Seller" - There are many other firms who sell things from "The London Mint" who are to say the very least "Dubious" - the only value or use for most of the "coins" is perhaps as tokens for supermarket trolleys. They will NEVER increase in value.

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restyler
restyler2 years ago

Title should be amended, Its not even silver plated

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stevenw
stevenw2 years ago

Google the company before you hand over your details!!

The company running this are called “The London Mint Office” and are not in any way associated with the real Mint that make legal tender.

You are paying £2.50 for a piece of metal with a picture on, that is not collectible.

According to google the company is notorious for sending you tons of unsolicited mail, and even in some cases signing people up to special coins that you have apparently been “selected to receive” they send them to you and then send the bill afterwards for anything up to £60. The coins keep coming and so do the bills.

Decide for yourself if it’s worth it.

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racheltasker
racheltasker1 year ago

I love all these memorabilia. I am so grateful to those who gave theirs for us.

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CharlotteMil476
CharlotteMil4761 year ago

My grandpa is a history buff and loves things like this. Will have to get him one. Thanks for posting

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie1 year ago

Pretty much what everyone else has said.. this is not legal tender, neither will it increase in value. The only place to trust and order limited edition/special legal tender from is 'the royal mint'

Also avoid the 'koin club' too!!

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CathSho13
CathSho131 year ago

My dad ordered from these before and was entered into a subscription service it was a nightmare trying to cancel it.

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yumyum786
yumyum7861 year ago

Thanks for the warning on this company - probably avoided a lot of hassle.

I HAVEN'T PURCHASED THIS

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mhayton15
mhayton151 year ago

Thank you davidstockport I am a pensioner who has been pulled in to, too many scams .There should be more of you david ,and less scamers.

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RegularComper90
RegularComper901 year ago

It's a shame that many people still go for it anyway regardless of our comments as well as the product reviews. Still, it's up to them.

But we should definitely have more Davids in the world. 🙂

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ruhiabz
ruhiabz1 year ago

Never truly trust things that are free ,with you only paying postage. As most times that's them actually tricking you for example postage really for something that small would be around 50p then that's 2 pounds left (minus the cost of production) they profit but I guess you can say it's cool to have

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kimbutterworth
kimbutterworth1 year ago

Definitely getting this thanks 👍🏻

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LynneConnorMcdo
LynneConnorMcdo1 year ago

It's a scam. Don't get involved. They ripped my late Father off for thousands.

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sarahemery2015
sarahemery20151 year ago

wow this looks amazing! thank you so much, what a great find xx

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restyler
restyler1 year ago

Are you kidding - This does NOT look amazing - its just a scam to flood you with further emails and get more money for worthless bits of metal.

Have a read of their Privacy Policy - your info is sent to numerous other companies who will all have a go at squeezing you for more money on worthless offers for a long time to come.

What a Terrible find !!

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sarahemery2015
sarahemery20151 year ago

restyler haha i know im just trying to get my daily points up😂

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Username55157
Username551571 year ago

So many companies playing the 'veterans' game, produce any old tat, say its for veterans and bingo, watch the money come in. There's a company on Facebook that has a Co.uk address, based in America, nowhere does it state that any money goes to either UK or US veterans and still paying loads for a piece of tinfoil. Amazes me how many people don't have a conscience

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