Even though barely a teenager, the future Queen Elizabeth II demonstrated her leadership abilities during her first public speech in 1940 – during the Battle of Britain. Made on the BBC’s Children’s Hour radio show, Elizabeth’s speech was a heartfelt address to the children of the Commonwealth, many of whom were forced to live away from home due to the war. A flawless performance, touching the hearts of millions around the globe, the speech was an auspicious beginning to the public life of a woman who would become Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.  A brilliant tribute to a momentous public debut, this unique legal tender coin is struck to the height of Proof quality from 1oz of 99.9% silver. Depicting the then Princess Elizabeth in fully struck-up relief, complemented by a full-colour backdrop of St Paul’s Cathedral, this eye-catching Royal Star coin is set in a case with a Certificate of Authenticity. Individually numbered, the Certificate confirms the extremely exclusive nature of this new release, with the limited edition set at a mere 900 coins.

(37182)

SKU 37182
Barcode # 9350659003817

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