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|Bi Metalic Coin|
• Legal tender of the Falkland Islands
• Available in Uncirculated Cupro Nickel,
Charles Darwin was one of history’s defining figures. Born over 200 years ago in 1809, he literally changed the way we see the world due to his breakthrough observations about evolution. This important 2009 coin from the Falkland Islands celebrates the 200th Anniversary of Darwin’s birth. Darwin visited the Falkland Islands in 1833 – 1834 on HMS Beagle and the settlement of Darwin is named in his honour. The coin shows a classic portrait of Darwin. It’s a key coin in the history of science so order yours today.
• Uncirculated Cupro Nickel,
• 1 crown 38 mm diameter
Pobjoy Mint was established in the middle ages in Great Britain and today makes superior coins for special commemoratives and for governments.
Pobjoy has reputation as top coin designer and coin dieing techniques and for top quality packaging.
The Pobjoy family has been associated with fine metalwork since the Middle Ages. The Company was recently granted permission to use the family Coat of Arms in which the Medieval Popinjay is the central motif. The Popinjay was a painted wooden parrot used in archery contests in the 14th century and the name Pobjoy is derived from this. The Latin motto 'OCULO CERTO' means 'with an unerring eye' and applies equally to the ancestor's prowess as a marksman, as to the Company's reputation for the high quality and precision of its products. Over the past three centuries, the Company has been involved in many diverse fields, but they have always been involved in metal, both base and precious. During World War II Pobjoy Aero Engineering was involved in the manufacturing of the famous Spitfire wings. The Company is now the largest private Mint in Europe.
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