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1966 FIFA World Cup 2016 UK £5 Silver Proof Coin
Brand: Royal Mint Limited
Product Code: WC16SP
Royal Mint Product Description:When England welcomed the world and triumphed
Soon after he was appointed England manager in 1962, Alf Ramsey made a bold prediction - England would win the next World Cup - a tournament that would be played on home soil. With a core of world-class players along with exciting youngsters, the stage was set. English teams of old had underperformed on the biggest stage of all, but this time it would be different. The epic final against West Germany is one of English sport's greatest moments and there are few who haven't heard BBC commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme's famous words, -They think it's all over! It is now--
9% of the net retail price from the sale of this commemorative coin will be paid to Cancer Research UKs Bobby Moore Fund. Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (No. 1089464), Scotland (No. SC041666) and Isle of Man (No. 1103).
|Alloy||.925 Sterling Silver|
|Reverse Designer||Emma Noble|
|Obverse Designer||Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS|
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