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'Battle of Agincourt' Commemorative Strike

  • Commemorating 600 years since the historic event
  • Featuring a stunning colour battle scene
  • The victory of the brave in the legendary Battle of Agincourt
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  • Complete your collection with confidence - you are free to cancel this service at any time
  • Save a minimum of 10% on each item within the collection
  • Receive a FREE display case or folder with each collection
Amount due: £49.95

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

Amount due: £49.95

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

The legendary Battle of Agincourt took place on the morning of the 25th of October in 1415,... more
'Battle of Agincourt' Commemorative Strike

The legendary Battle of Agincourt took place on the morning of the 25th of October in 1415, during the One Hundred Years War, in Arras, in the Northern French département Pas-de-Calais. King Henry V bravely led the English troops against the much larger army of King Charles VI of France.

The vast French army of 24,000 infantry, mostly in armaments, and 1,000 armored knights on horseback stood against just 1,000 English men-at-arms and 6,000 archers. Despite being greatly outnumbered, the English stood their ground, and the Battle of Agincourt ended successfully in one of the greatest military triumphs for the English troops against the French. A key factor for this victory were the English longbows, which had a range of 250 yards, and according to reports a hail of 6,000 arrows went down every ten seconds on the opposing forces. Only a few hours later an estimated 10,000 French and 'just' 400 English had been killed inaction.

The British military historian John Keegan claimed that the Battle of Agincourt was 'the victory of the weak over the strong' of the common man over the knight on horseback, of thedecisive over the pompous', and that it was one of the 'epic events in English history'.

Limitation: 9,999 complete collections
Weight: 32 g
Material (details): Copper, gold-layered with padprint
First issued: 2015
Diameter: 40 mm
Obverse: Battle of Agincourt
Reverse: History of Britain
Quality: Proof

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