#4585097 – 2003 $5 Solomon Islands Cupronickel Coin - Concorde Jet

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Get This Highly-Detailed Solomon Islands Coin Honoring the Famous Concorde

Today is your chance to own an authentic $5 Solomon Islands coin picturing the Concorde, a turbojet-powered supersonic passenger plane.  This brilliant uncirculated curponickel coin comes encased in crystal-clear protective plastic to keep it safe and looking great for years to come.  It also makes it easy to insert the coin into the included display folder.  In addition to the place to display your coin, the folder has a full-color image of the Concorde on the front and interesting facts about the plane and coin picturing it. The Concorde was one of just two supersonic passenger planes to provide commercial service.  They were first flown in 1969 and were in active service starting in 1976.  The Concorde set many records in its 27 years of use, including a trip from London to Sydney in just 17 hours and three minutes, and reaching Mach 2 in 1970.  The Concorde was also the first commercial aircraft to make four Atlantic crossings in one day, flying twice from London to Gander, Newfoundland.  It was truly a revolutionary part of flight history.  This coin is a reminder of the way the Concorde changed flight history.  You'll be proud to display it in your collection.  Send for yours today.
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Get This Highly-Detailed Solomon Islands Coin Honoring the Famous Concorde

Today is your chance to own an authentic $5 Solomon Islands coin picturing the Concorde, a turbojet-powered supersonic passenger plane.  This brilliant uncirculated curponickel coin comes encased in crystal-clear protective plastic to keep it safe and looking great for years to come.  It also makes it easy to insert the coin into the included display folder.  In addition to the place to display your coin, the folder has a full-color image of the Concorde on the front and interesting facts about the plane and coin picturing it.

The Concorde was one of just two supersonic passenger planes to provide commercial service.  They were first flown in 1969 and were in active service starting in 1976.  The Concorde set many records in its 27 years of use, including a trip from London to Sydney in just 17 hours and three minutes, and reaching Mach 2 in 1970.  The Concorde was also the first commercial aircraft to make four Atlantic crossings in one day, flying twice from London to Gander, Newfoundland.  It was truly a revolutionary part of flight history. 

This coin is a reminder of the way the Concorde changed flight history.  You'll be proud to display it in your collection.  Send for yours today.