2024 1 oz Silver D-Day 80th Anniversary NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo

2024 1 oz Silver D-Day 80th Anniversary NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo

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Honor the bravery and valor of the Allied forces during WWII with the 2024 Great Britain D-Day 80th Anniversary Coin. Crafted from one ounce of .999 fine silver with a proof finish, the design on this coin features a depiction of four British soldiers storming the beach of Normandy. Order these special commemorative coins online from Bullion Shark!


Certified by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as PF70 Ultra Cameo, this coin has received the highest grade possible. These special coins have been minted with a stunning proof finish, and come encased in a NGC holder. These Royal Mint D-Day commemoratives have a very limited mintage, and only a select few have been graded a perfect PF70 by NGC.


This D-Day 80th Anniversary commemorative coin was minted to honor the legacy and importance of the brave soldiers who changed the course of World War II. We only have a limited number of these commemoratives in stock, so order these special Royal Mint D-Day 80th Anniversary coins while supplies last.


Why Collect The 2024 1 oz Silver D-Day 80th Anniversary NGC PF70?


  1. 80th Anniversary of D-Day coin, limited release by The Royal Mint.
  2. .999 fine silver coins.
  3. Special Proof finish.
  4. Perfect PF70 grade, certified by NGC.


2024 1 oz Silver D-Day 80th Anniversary NGC PF70 Coin Details:


Designer: Martin Jennings/Dan Thorne

Mint: The Royal Mint

Metal: .999 fine silver

Denomination: £2

Finish: Proof

Grade: NGC PF70 UCAM

Weight: 1 oz


History: D-Day, which occurred on June 6, 1944, was the largest seaborne invasion in history and a pivotal moment in World War II. It marked the Allied forces' long-awaited assault on German-occupied Western Europe, specifically the coast of Normandy in France. The operation was codenamed Operation Overlord.


Preceding D-Day, the Allies conducted an extensive campaign of deception to mislead the Germans about the location and timing of the invasion. The actual assault involved around 156,000 Allied troops from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and other Allied nations landing on five beachheads along a 50-mile stretch of the Normandy coast. These beaches were codenamed Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword.


The assault was supported by over 5,000 ships, including battleships, destroyers, and landing craft, as well as thousands of aircraft providing air cover and bombing runs. Despite meticulous planning, the landings faced significant challenges, particularly at Omaha Beach, where the German defenses were especially formidable. The American forces there faced heavy casualties, but ultimately managed to secure the beachhead.


In the days following D-Day, the Allied forces worked to expand their foothold in Normandy, battling fierce German resistance. The success of D-Day marked a turning point in the war, as the Allies gained a crucial foothold in Western Europe, enabling them to push inland and eventually liberate France from German occupation. D-Day paved the way for the eventual defeat of Nazi Germany and the end of World War II in Europe.


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