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'Concorde - The Final Flight' Supersize Commemorative Strike

  • More than 15 years ago we bade farewell to a legend
  • Plated in 24-carat gold
  • Marking the final flight of Concorde
  • Available

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Amount due: £99.95

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It was the end of an era - shortly after at 11am on Wednesday the 26th of November 2003 Captain... more
'Concorde - The Final Flight' Supersize Commemorative Strike

It was the end of an era - shortly after at 11am on Wednesday the 26th of November 2003 Captain Les Brodie had the honour of presiding over the Queen of the Skies' very last flight, from her working home of London Heathrow, to her place of birth - the Airbus facility at Filton. Concorde's last supersonic dash around the Bay of Biscay signified the end of nearly three decades of faster-than-sound air travel, and the end of an icon, and a dream.

It is now nearly 60 years ago, that in 1962 a historic agreement was formed-the French and British aircraft industries joined forces to collaborate on developing a supersonic passenger aircraft. Interestingly the project's name was subject to some disagreement & international pride - the British government proposed the name 'Concord' meaning agreement, friendship, and cooperation. However the French president Charles de Gaulle officially announced the name of the project as 'Concorde' using the French spelling with an 'e'. The seemingly insignificant 'e' remained a bone of contention until 1967, when Tony Benn, the minister for technology, announced that Britain would adopt the French spelling and squashed nationalistic protests by proclaiming that the 'e' stood for 'excellence, England, Europe and entente (cordiale)'.

Limitation: 2,003 complete collections
Weight: 137 g
Material: Copper, gold-plated with padprint
Issue Year: 2013
Diameter: 70 mm
Obverse: Final flight to Filton
Reverse: Concorde 1969-2003
Quality: Proof

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By ordering an item inclusive of our collector service, you will receive further items in the same collection automatically (in approximately monthly intervals) for approval (approval sale). This means, you are free to return any items delivered within 27 days after receipt, without any reasons or questions asked. Any money paid for the item will be refunded automatically and without any hassle for you. This service guarantees that you will be able to complete a collection started as far as you wish, without fear to miss out on items in the collection. You can pause or cancel this collector service at any time by a simple information to us. Any details can also be found in our Terms and Conditions.

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