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Fwd: PS20 coin in genuine British WWII silver for only PS20, perfect holiday gift




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From: The Merchant Navy <newsletter@uk-specials.com>
Date: 25 October 2016 at 05:52:49 BST
To: jo@aol.com
Subject: £20 coin in genuine British WWII silver for only £20, perfect holiday gift
Reply-To: <info@mediaflipoffers.co.uk>

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£20 for £20: a tribute to our war sailors in recovered British WWII silver
Merchant Navy

Today we proudly announce the issuing of the official Battle of the Atlantic silver coin from the British Merchant Navy – a tribute to our wartime seafarers. The limited edition coin is struck in 99.9% genuine British WWII silver – recovered from 4,700 meters below sea level!

The £20 silver coin is offered risk free at face value £20 to

Please note this offer is strictly limited to one silver coin per household.

CLICK HERE to claim your official £20 coin in British WWII silver at face value £20!

Battle of Atlantic


Order your £20 for £20 here!

 

Yours sincerely,

James Deeny Capt John Sail  
James Deeny Capt John Sail  
Managing Director National Chairman  
The London Mint Office Merchant Navy Association  


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