One Pound 2002, Coin Cover, Commemorating "ENGLAND FOOTBALL" Issued by the Royal Mint, in a Large Cover.


The three lions device perhaps came to England from Normandy but it was Richard I, otherwise known as Richard the Lionheart, King of England (1189-1199 who, at the time of the Crusades, first adopted the three golden lions on their background as a powerful symbol of the English throne.

Note: This £1 coin, enclosed within a First Day Cover, issued by the Royal mint in original package, and in pristine condition.



Stock no 71945

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