H.G. Wells UK £2 Coin Cover

H.G. Wells UK £2 Coin Cover

Nicknamed ‘The Father of Science Fiction’ H.G. Wells is one of Britain’s most celebrated authors. Now, to mark the 75th anniversary of his death, you can secure the H.G. Wells UK £2 Coin Cover issued to pay tribute to his life and works.

UK 2021 £2 Coin issued by The Royal Mint

Your cover features the official UK 2021 H.G. Wells £2 Coin issued by The Royal Mint, and is struck to a Brilliant Uncirculated finish. 

Elements of his most iconic novels are depicted in the £2 coin design by Chris Costello in what’s the most controversial coin design of the year, as it features a four-legged Martian ‘tripod’!

Rare 1995 Science Fiction Stamps

Paired alongside your UK £2 coin are the FOUR H.G. Wells Science Fiction stamps issued by Royal Mail in 1995.

This exclusive pairing of both H.G. Wells’ themed stamps and coin will make this coin cover all the more sought-after.

And what’s more, your stamps have been officially postmarked by Royal Mail with a special cancellation on the 75th anniversary of H.G. Wells’ death – 13th August 2021.

A strict worldwide edition limit – JUST 495 available

This special UK £2 Coin Cover is limited to 495 for worldwide distribution. The one-day-only postmark means no more can ever be produced.

Thousands of H.G. Wells £2s will be struck, so unquestionably this is likely to be one of the most limited presentations of the UK £2 coin that you are likely to see. 

Make sure you’re one of the lucky 495 collectors in the world to own this commemorative, by securing yours today for JUST £20 (+p&p).

Don’t delay, click ‘add to basket’ now to order yours today.

Or, click here to own the more prestigious Silver Proof Coin Cover >>

Order Ref 185/517T/0


  • Actual Size of Cover: 254mm x 177mm
  • Coin: UK 2021 75th Anniversary of Death of HG Wells BU £2
  • Obverse: Chris Costello
  • Reverse: Her Majesty The Queen by Jody Clark
  • Stamps: GB 1995 Science Fiction 4v
  • Postmarked: 13.08.21
  • EL: 495

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
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