The 150th Open Coin Cover
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Strictly Limited to JUST 495 Collectors – The NEW The 150th Open £1 Coin Cover

Today you can own this striking coin cover, combining the Brand New Brilliant Uncirculated Round Pound alongside the Official Royal Mail The 150th Open Philatelic labels.

Limited to JUST 495 collectors WORLDWIDE

Officially postmarked on 14th July, 2022, this cover celebrates The 150th Open – the oldest golfing Championship in the world.

This one-day-only postmarking means that no more can ever be produced after this day … and with an edition limit of JUST 495, please don’t hesitate. 

Importantly, this is the smallest edition limit you’ll find for the NEW 150th Open Gibraltar Brilliant Uncirculated £1 that has just been released.

Exclusive to The Westminster Collection

Struck to an unblemished Brilliant Uncirculated finish, the preferred quality for collectors, it’s the exact same size and weight as the UK’s Round Pound - which hasn’t been seen since 2016.

Issued by the Government of Gibraltar and fully approved by The R&A, the stunning design showcases the incredible detail of the golf ball patterned background.

Reservations are now being taken on a first come first served basis. With The Open’s expected audience of millions, golf fans will only add to the list of people eager to own this special new round £1 coin.

Given the significance of this release, demand is expected to be very high so please act quickly. You can be one of just 495 collectors to own this so secure yours today for just £20 (+p&p).

Order Ref 185/440M/Z


  • Actual Size of Cover: 190mm x 127mm
  • Coin: Gibraltar 2022 The Open BU £1 Coin
  • Metal: Nickel-brass
  • Diameter: 22.5mm
  • Weight: 9.5g
  • Stamp: GB Rule Britannia 1st Class with Custom Label
  • Postmark: 14.07.2022
  • Edition Limit: 495

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.