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Celebrating the music of Ludwig van Beethoven - Souvenir Coin, First Day Covers & Presentation Packs

Celebrating the music of Ludwig van Beethoven - Souvenir Coin, First Day Covers & Presentation Packs

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This special package is the ideal way to collect all of the stamp products in the Celebrating the music of Ludwig van Beethoven stamp issue plus our limited edition souvenir coin! The set contains:

First Day Cover Stamps
First Day Cover Souvenir Sheetlet
First Day Cover Miniature Sheet
Presentation Pack Stamps
Presentation Pack Souvenir Sheetlet
Presentation Pack Miniature Sheet
Limited Edition Souvenir Coin

Jersey Post's Beethoven stamps were a winning entry in Communication Arts magazine's 61st annual design competition, a prestigious international competition showcasing the best in visual communications.Six stamps celebrate the music of Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven was a predominant figure in the transitional period between the classical and romantic musical eras. Considered a revolutionary artist and an artistic visionary, his influence is still felt around the world today, including in Jersey where the Jersey Symphony Orchestra have performed a number of his works over the years.

Limited to only 250 available worldwide, our special edition souvenir coin features an iconic portrait of Beethoven on one side and Beethoven's beloved Broadwood piano on the other. The portrait, by Joseph Karl Stieler, shows Beethoven working on the manuscript for Missa solemnis, widely regarded as one of the composer's greatest achievements.The souvenir coin is .999 fine silver plated and comes presented in a black velvet box, with a numbered certificate of authentication included.

All our mint/cto products are carefully prepared by our own team and supplied in glassine bags to ensure you receive them in pristine condition.

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