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NEW D-Day Forces Ingot released – just pay P&P £2.99 at Westminster Collection
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
NEW D-Day Forces Ingot released – Yours for FREE (+p&p)Military enthusiasts – this is an opportunity you will not want to miss. Today, you can secure the D-Day Forces Commemo… Read more

Looks like a bad iPhone case


D Day landings, where many thousands of people died and many thousands more were seriously injured. And a company has thought..... 'ooh its coming up to the 75th anniversary of this slaughter, how can we profit from it ?' 'Well, we'll flog some gold dipped tat and make it a subscription where hopefully they'll keep buying more of this crap'


Wonder how much of the profits for this go towards suitable military charities.... ?


"I understand I will receive other Ingots at the priority collector's price of £19.99 (+p&p) in the D-Day Forces Gold-Plated Ingot Collection at monthly intervals. I am under no obligation and may return any ingot within 10 days. I may stop collecting at any time."


Will this sell for £19.99 (confused)

75 Anniversary of D-Day £5 coin. Free delivery - Westminster Collection
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Posted 3rd FebPosted 3rd Feb
Around 156,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy on the first day of the D-Day liberation. Now, 75 years on a BRAND NEW £5 coin has been released to commemorate their bravery and h… Read more

Just put £5 in the bank now and it will be worth £50 to £100 in 50 years time.


I like shiny collectables, I'm sending one to my young nephew in NZ and my two young boys will get the other 2.


I bought it because it's good for my grand kids (y) I can tell you after 50years it will be worth £50-100£


Don't worry about it.



The Official RAF Centenary Five Pound Coin -  For Just £5 Plus Free Delivery
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Posted 3rd JanPosted 3rd Jan
This year marks the centenary of the Royal Air Force , arguably the most important military anniversary to be celebrated in British history. In fact, there are numerous official… Read more

If anyone feels compelled to buy this bling out of some sense of sentimental obligation for the RAF's successful defence of the country in the Battle of Britain, of laying the path to victory by the Bombing Campaign, or of helping to keep the convoys supplying us in the Battle of the Atlantic, then may I suggest giving £5 (or whatever) to the RAF Benevolent Fund (via Gift Aid if possible) instead? The money will then go directly to supporting those in need who survived such service, in WWII or since:- https://www.rafbf.org/ways-to-give?gclid=CjwKCAiAyMHhBRBIEiwAkGN6fPPO-t1MyUx2ntPqsFr7OKoMFS24xsvdbqLMpDMXAiBEGar4ZbW-ARoC9vMQAvD_BwE


This is, hands down, no question, the best comment ever posted on HUKD. Congratulations. You won the internet today.


I know someone that would love this and I nearly bought it but after reading about Westminster Collection I have decided not to. Won't vote either way, people can make up their own minds as to whether this is worth buying. I don't think it's worth being on the end of their marketing and alleged dirty tactics, not for an arguably illegitimate £5 coin paid for with my arguably legal Scottish tender!


I’ve bought these £5 coins occasionally from the Royal Mint with the understanding they could be cashed in. I won’t be buying them again - that This Is Money article is very informative!


From the complaint boards site link I posted above....not my own comment. My father has been collecting coins and spoons from this company for a number of years and has asked me to dispose of them. They are in the original packaging and in excellent condition, I visited a coin seller today and was told that the coins that my father had paid over £40 each for were actually worth about 2 pounds each. I understand that he has to make a profit, but looking at his stall there were similar coins on sale for £3. These prices are confirmed by an ebay search. I feel my father has wasted over £2,000 with maybe a total sale value of about £250 to £300. Certainly not an investment.

£5 for £5 with 42p cashback and 50p to British Legion
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Posted 1st Oct 2016Posted 1st Oct 2016
£5 for £5 with 42p cashback and 50p to British Legion
This one is a no brainer, buy £5 through quidco for £5, the coin is legal tender so you can spend it. Then the British Legion gets 50p and you get 42p tracked through quidco. 3 per… Read more
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It looks like someone bought 5 today @ £16.49 each. http://offer.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewBidsLogin&item=232105837736 I wonder if the seller will get paid? Or whether this is more proof that there's no more fool than an ebay fool?


Anybody who bought this and regrets it, they are going for around £12 on ebay now.


Not according to The Westminster Collection. This is what they say about last years Poppy coin on their facebook page. "the new £5 Poppy Coins have been issued on behalf of the Bailiwick of Jersey and are therefore legal tender only within Jersey. Hope this helps. Regards, Christian" I see no reason why it should be any different this or any other year.


When did I say £20?? I said over £10. check completed listings on eBay. I can't link from the apps. But they always go for over £10. I honestly don't understand why you're on one about this? As stated, u won't get rich from it, but you will be able to sell for a profit whilst donating to charity. No you can't spend the coin, but you also can't spend art, it still has a value!


captain obvious to the rescue..

Get a Fiver for £5.00 but £4.50 with quidco cashback at Westminster
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Posted 2nd Sep 2016Posted 2nd Sep 2016
Get a Fiver for £5.00 but £4.50 with quidco cashback at Westminster
Order to new polymer fiver from Westminster. If you use a cashback card with visa or MasterCard even better. Use quidco, even better. Basically free money in the post
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cash back declined


Yeah mine too, I just did it as I wanted to be the first person I knew with the new one, but I got one out of the atm a couple of weeks before I even received it from this order. Obviously the company is not very trustworthy as they promised this cashback and then declined everyone once they had their orders for no reason I can see as it tracked fine, expect they sell on your details for junk mail.


My cashback was also declined, so unfortunately this fiver cost me £5.


My Quidco claim was declined :(


I know , it's only like the Scottish ones that are same material and been out for more than a year and also like the Irish note from years ago

Own the new Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Celebration First Day Cover with commemorative stamp £1.50 @ Westminstercollection.com
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Own the new Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Celebration First Day Cover with commemorative stamp £1.50 @ Westminstercollection.com
Own the new Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Celebration First Day Cover & Commemorative Stamp. On 21st April this year, Her Majesty the Queen will celebrate her 90th birthday… Read more

Voting cold because of the reputation of this company and I can't see what value this offer has.


​or just LAZY (_;)


it's not exactly "small print" it's a box which you have to tick..people who don't understand this shouldn't have internet access


Due to vast social-care cutbacks in the last decade our communities have many vulnerable people with special needs and conditions such as Aspergers syndrome living alone with little guidance. There are also many people with mental health issues and those who were not gifted with the same powerful mental capabilities as others. This doesn't mean they deserve to be preyed upon by scumbags mongering pointless tat. Companies like this are a rash on the crotch of society.


I agree. However I also think companies who sell things in this manner knowing full well a lot of people won't read the small print are a stain on humanity.

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NEW QUEEN ELIZABETH II £5 COIN - £5 @ Westminster Collection
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NEW QUEEN ELIZABETH II £5 COIN - £5 @ Westminster Collection
This year Her Majesty the Queen turns 90 years old - the only monarch in British history to do so. To mark this special occasion a new £5 coin has been released - and if you order … Read more

I believe the law says you can use up to the amounts specified to settle a debt, so if I owe you £10 I can offer to pay you 50x 20p pieces and if you refuse I can legally say the debt is nullified as you have refused payment. On the other hand if you offer to tender (purchase) an item then the seller is completely at liberty to refuse to sell to you for any reason including because they don't like low denomination coins.


I think we all hate it when some one claims to speak for us. :p


You try paying for something which is £10 with 20 pence pieces, tried once and they wouldn't accept it, they basilcly turned down my money. They thought I was taking the Mick, well I wasn't I had just saved them up. At the end of the day is up to whatever business do accept or decline what they want, as if it's to much hassle why bother? Like these coins, all the different ones, must be a pain knowing what is "legal tender" and fakes.


​I am!


what if she dies on the 20th April

Celebrating 200 years of battle of Waterloo £5 for £5 face value coin @ Westminstercollection
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Celebrating 200 years of battle of Waterloo £5 for £5 face value coin @ Westminstercollection
This coin when searched through the link www.waterloocoin.co.uk does not lead to the coin to be added to basket. however, the link www.waterloocoin.com does add the coin to the bas… Read more
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Another good way to waste £5.


Is there any reason why you only post westminster collection deals? + Signed up just over 2 weeks ago ... ?


Who would have thought it, 200 years since ABBA won the Eurovision song contest.


yep totally agree, there is one company forget which that allows you to spend them in one of the Channel islands they say its legal tender but small print means most people could never use them.


Nothing from the Westminster Collection is legal tender. Banks in the UK won't accept their coins. I tried this out with a £2 coin someone gave me. That said, the coin is probably OK for people who collect embossed pieces of metal.

£5 FOR £5.00 - Secure your Longest Reigning Monarch Coin @ westminstercollection
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£5 FOR £5.00 - Secure your Longest Reigning Monarch Coin @ westminstercollection
£5 coin sold at Face value. So get a £5 coin for £5. Good deal considering the significance of the occasion.
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Thank you all for the comments. The coin is legal tender in Jersey. In the rest of UK, banks accept to exchange for the British/Scottish/Irish notes. I've tried it on other Jersey issued £5 coins. I used to buy £5 coins from Post Office but recently they are not selling £5 coins. I've not tried post office for exchanging Jersey issued coins though.


You are totally, absolutely and completely wrong about this, and by the way, you are mistaken ;)


I very much doubt UK banks will take Jersey coinage.


Nope you wont be able to do that. No bank or post office will take it. This isn't a royal mint coin, its just decorative.You may get a few quid from it on eBay in the next few years.


it is legal tender... except shops will be wary accepting it. if you want to cash it in, just go to the post office or any bank, they'll take it, in exchange for the 'normal' coinage.

£5 poppy coin for £5 pound with FREE postage and 50p donation to charity
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£5 poppy coin for £5 pound with FREE postage and 50p donation to charity
ok guys, mixed reviews on my post for the 2014 coin but eventually it went hot hot hot. so you spend £5 pound and get a lovely £5 coin delivered to your door for free. in the proce… Read more
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​it does work. I never get any UNwanted coins etc. I've been a Westminster customer for ages!


Bump LOL


This is my view also. Considering the amount of posts we see saying things like 'bought this, don't know why' or 'don't need it but too good a bargain to refuse' etc etc, then I think this purchase is at least made with genuine feelings involved, especially for those who are connected in some way to the actual subject matter. I bought one for my ex Army OH, it arrived today. It may not be 'valuable' in monetary terms but it's a nice thing for him to have regardless, imo. Btw, if you log into your account you can change the contact preference settings (which are automatically set to accept contact) and stop all emails/calls etc. I've just done this, time will tell if it works!


Ordered for my dad to give to him after he lays a wreath in the Remembrance Day parade! Super fast delivery too!


Bought one for my MIL who lost her dad in the war. We missed out on the ceramic poppies but these are quite nice too. Shame it's only 50p donation.

Red Arrows - £5 for £5 coin @ Westminster Collection
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Red Arrows - £5 for £5 coin @ Westminster Collection
Just ordered.Really nice design. A Brand New Five Pound coin has just been issued to celebrate the 2015 Display Season of the RAF Aerobatic Squadron – the Red Arrows. The coin … Read more

That may well be true, but there are lots of people who they do prey on, I know.....


thing with these though is they aren't made by the royal mint


Initial charge was £25 delivered...


Ordered and heated, does look nice. Unticked all the boxes offering offers, see if that works.


I highly doubt anyone would buy these coins to spend or even think about spending in the future, would have to be pretty hard up and near the point of suicide before I'd want spend my collection of £5 coins.. there will most likely be someone who thinks they can buy their fish and chips with one though, so your information was worth posting

Claim your Official VE Day Medal for FREE (+ £1.50 p&p) and support The Royal British Legion.
Posted 13th Jul 2015Posted 13th Jul 2015
Claim your Official VE Day Medal for FREE (+ £1.50 p&p) and support The Royal British Legion.
The Royal British Legion FREE VE Day Medal “This is your Victory”, the famous and poignant excerpt from Winston Churchill is remembered 70 years on as we mark the anniversary of V… Read more
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Give the British Legion £!.50 via Gift aid and cut out the middle man and his bling.


Is it because it's a collectors item.......


Why isn't Westminster Collection spam banned yet?


No thanks, I earned my medals.


That's good :)

2.5 € Euros Coin  - 200 Years Of The Battle Of Waterloo - Belgium 2015 BU  £9.99 @ Westminster Collection
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2.5 € Euros Coin - 200 Years Of The Battle Of Waterloo - Belgium 2015 BU £9.99 @ Westminster Collection
2.5 € Euros Coin Card (Belgium, 2015) BU Commemoration of the 200 Years Of The Battle Of Waterloo Due to the controversy surrounding the release of the 2 Euros Coin (Blocked by F… Read more

They're going for up to £50 on Ebay, it seems. I've bought one simply as a gesture to the French that they made a mistake in vetoing the issue of the 2 Euro coin.... I'm looking forward to October 25 2015, the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.... We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he to-day that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition; And gentlemen in England now-a-bed Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here, And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.


The original Waterloo 2 Euro coin 2015 doesn't exist, France ban them before circulation.


Now if it had been the original Waterloo 2 Euro coin for £9.99 I might have been interested.


Website is down until 13.00 hours today at the earliest....


Not so bad, people paying £20+ already in ebay for this coin

Battle of Waterloo 200th anniversary £5 for £5 COIN (free p+p) @ Westminster Collection
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Battle of Waterloo 200th anniversary £5 for £5 COIN (free p+p) @ Westminster Collection
Great deal for collectors :)

Something then, I guess


How old are you 11 or something!


The people who actually fought would be a better design. Something like this... http://www.stuartbriggs.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Wellingtons-squares-2.jpg OR a wellington boot stamping on a frog.




inb4 posts saying avoid rubbish company because people have not read and ended up subscribed to some coin subscription no complaints here, then again I don't madly tick boxes while ordering online

The FREE Official VE Day Medal +£1.50 p&p @ westminstercollection
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The FREE Official VE Day Medal +£1.50 p&p @ westminstercollection
This year is the 70th Anniversary of Allied Victory in Europe, and The Westminster Collection supporting the Royal British Legion are giving every UK household one FREE VE Day Meda… Read more

If you wish money to go to a good cause pick one and donate direclt i.e. Royal British Legion but on the other hand if you want to be conned by a cheap marketing trick then go ahead and purchase a coin.The Mercedes car comment is totally irrelevant to the conversation unless they too use low ball marketing techniques.


Here we go with this rogue company yet again. Can the moderators ban this company please? You will save a lot of elderly people a lot of misery and money. If anyone from this company is reading this comment, my personal opinion is that you are the lowest of the low. Find a way of making money without preying on vulnerable people that cannot afford it. I hope justice finds you. I will not repeat my previous comments about this company. Anyone interested can look at my previous post.


If you want to give 50p to the charity, just give 50p to them. This company prey on vulnerable people, will be forever selling you coins (they love sending them "on approval"). They're only giving 50p so they look good. They don't make money on this "free" medal, but they'll make money on the £40 they'll send to you, unsolicited, a month later and take payment for it if you don't send it back (at your own cost) within 10 days (always great if you're on holiday). They're con artists, nothing more, nothing less.


Loving the can an op ban this post comments on almost every item. From coins to fur scarfs. If it goes to a good cause and the buyer is happy does it matter what the raw material value is? You don't see those comments on the Mercedes Car posts..


Oh dear, pressed Like in error (slippery phone). Interesting that you joined Huk today, just after this "deal" was posted, made two remarks defending this "deal", then disappeared again. Interesting, like my phone.

The Reflections of a Reign £5 Coin for just £5 + FREE DELIVERY... @ Westminster Collection
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The Reflections of a Reign £5 Coin for just £5 + FREE DELIVERY... @ Westminster Collection
Best of all, if you reserve your coin today it can be yours for just its face value - £5 for £5. POSTFREE. The Reflections of a Reign £5 Coin features a brand new portrait of Quee… Read more
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Once ordered something and ended up waiting 2 on the for it! A lot of chasing up.. Can't recommend


Solely due to shimaagoza, I vote COLD


No I wouldn't consider buying it at all, but as the deal states "£5 for £5" and in fact this is only worth £5 in Guernsey, I'm 'suggesting' this is why people might vote cold. I haven't voted either way btw :p


would you really be buying this with the intention of spending it then?!


Legal tender only in Guernsey?

FREE Official VE Day Medal £1.50 Delivered @ Westminster Collection (50p Donated To The Royal British Legion)
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FREE Official VE Day Medal £1.50 Delivered @ Westminster Collection (50p Donated To The Royal British Legion)
Now on the 70th Anniversary of Allied Victory in Europe, every UK household is entitled to receive one FREE VE Day Medal. Claim your Medal for FREE (+£1.50 p&p) today and The … Read more
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Yep, me too. No 'scam', no account signed up for, no coins sent out that I haven't ordered, just the item I ordered and received....no you're right, this is shocking ;) Incidentally, several days after I received my 'medal' they have written to me saying that they tried to take the money from my card but that it had been rejected. So, you could say, that I actually have something I haven't paid for, I'd just ban myself.


well it's been almost 3 days, I guess you had no luck getting his deal pulled? received mine today, another successful order from this place and I sure as hell haven't accidentally signed up to any sort of subscription


Get this disgusting scam deal deleted now. I'll give you an hour to remove this or I'll report you to admin


Hate it when companies do this, making money off the backs of legit charities and keeping most of it for themselves.


I have ordered items from these before and I have never had a problem with them . They do send a lot of info on other coins but there is no pressure to buy them

New 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy £5 Coin for £5 (+2.99 P&P) - Westminster Collection / Change Checker Exclusive
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New 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy £5 Coin for £5 (+2.99 P&P) - Westminster Collection / Change Checker Exclusive
Change Checker Exclusive This is a great opportunity to add a sought-after £5 coin to your Change Checker collection – it’s certainly one you won’t find in your change! The Restor… Read more
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Last time I looked into these I read they were not even legal tender so has no value other than the metal and any value you attach as a collector.


Let's face it, an overpriced coin is a massive saving in comparison to the woman (and associated hangers on) featured upon it.


Oh great next ,moth you get to pay £19.99 for a £5 coin. They make pay day lenders out to be saints



£7.99 for a fiver. Sweet I'm selling a slightly used £10 note for £11.50

Own the new Winston Churchill £5 Coin for £5 - POSTFREE @ westminstercollection
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Own the new Winston Churchill £5 Coin for £5 - POSTFREE @ westminstercollection
Own the new Winston Churchill £5 Coin for £5 - POSTFREE 2015 marks the 50th Anniversary of this historic occasion and now you can commemorate one of our greatest Britons with th… Read more

I've got one too.


Correct, But i bought the WW1 commerative coin from them (it was also a £5 for £5 Job) and its terrably hard to sell it on eBay even if I offer it for a dirt cheap price so DON'T buy if you want to sell it' its virtually un-sellable.


Still have the Churchill Crown my Dad got me in 1965.


Commemorative coins don't hold their value. Gerry Buddle, a specialist at the London Numismatics Club, advised budding investors to only buy modern coins if they are limited edition or made from precious metals. “Any serious collector would not go for £5 coins because the Royal Mint churns them out by the sackful,” he said. Mr Buddle, who boasts fifty years of coin expertise, said £5 coins were only worth buying as souvenir or gift. “Most dealers will laugh at you if you take them in to sell on,” he said. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/11001196/Bank-sold-us-5-coins-that-arent-worth-a-penny.html


Cold, this is a worthless piece of metal. You can get a Churchill crown (1965) for a quid or so. Ugly thing, mind.

1992/93 EU Presidency 50p Coin £33.99 @ westminster collection
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1992/93 EU Presidency 50p Coin £33.99 @ westminster collection
Not exactly cheap but great if you're desperate for one!
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rare coin, good price. oddly selling for more on ebay


well they still have plenty for sale so not sure how rare they actually are


I'm not saying it will be worth much more but I posted it because it's a pretty rare item and collectors might be looking for one.


That's a rare coin, but won't buy for that price