Worldwide Bi-Metallic Collectors Club

WBCC Newsmail 1267   March 6 2021


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Welcome into the World of Bi-, Tri- and Tetra-metallics. I hope you enjoy reading this  issue of the WBCC Newsmail.
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25th February British Indian Ocean Territory.  Jacek Stacel - Poland
Pobjoy Mint is delighted to announce a stunning new series of £2 Bi-Metal Coins each featuring one of the ten Queen's Beasts which is being issued on behalf of the British Indian Ocean Territory.  
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will be celebrating her 95th Birthday in 2021 and we, therefore, felt that a series of coins featuring the Queen’s Beasts would be a perfect tribute to celebrate this event, a milestone that no other Monarch has reached.
The first coin in the exciting new collection features the Lion of England which is the crowned golden lion of England, which has been one of the supporters of the Royal Arms since the reign of Edward IV. The coin shows a shield next to the Lion showing the Arms of the United Kingdom as they have been since Queen Victoria’s accession in 1837.

25th February Turkey 1 Lirasi.  Jacek Stacel - Poland
"100th Anniversary of 'Gazi' title being given to Antep"
 Originally known as Antep, the title 'Gazi' (meaning 'veteran' in Turkish) was added to the province's and the provincial capital's name in 1921, due to its population's extraordinary courage during the Turkish War of Independence.

23rd February Slovakia 2Euro 2021.  Pabitra Saha - India
Here is an image of a 2Euro from Slovakia to celbarate the centenay of the birth of Alexander Dubcek.

21st February France 2Euro 2021.  Pabitra Saha - India
Here is an image of the French 2021 2 Euro for the 75th Anniversary of UNICEF.

20th February  Estonia 2 Euro 2021.  Artyom Tronin - Russia
Estonia has redesigned its 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to a wolf.


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