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2. The Hundred Acre Wood Coin Series #'s 20-99

2. The Hundred Acre Wood Coin Series #'s 20-99

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The Hundred Acre Wood Coin Series #20-99

The Hundred Acre Wood Series of commemorative coins celebrates the upcoming 100-year anniversary of Winnie-The-Pooh!

Each 1.75” Die-struck metal coin features a polished gold finish accenting E.H. Shepard’s artwork of A.A. Milne’s creation Winnie-The-Pooh and is a truly limited edition at only 300 individually numbered pieces.

The whimsical scenes on the first three coins in this series are pulled straight from the beloved children’s novel, originally published in 1926, and E.H. Shepard’s artwork is brought to life on the front of each piece with A.A. Milne’s writing on the reverse.

They are the perfect addition to any Winnie -The-Pooh collection and make a thoughtful gift for any Pooh fan. Plus, they are much less sticky than a gifted jar of Hunny!

Future editions will feature more of the adventures of Winnie, Eeyore, Piglet, Rabbit, and Christopher Robin with E.H. Shepard’s artwork from the original Winnie-The-Pooh novel brought to life on each coin.

Winnie-The-Pooh and the Hunny Pot

Winnie-The -Pooh has a special relationship with his hunny.

He loves it. Maybe even more than he loves his best friends Piglet and Christopher Robin.

Well, maybe not that much, but it does make him do some silly things.

Intent on giving his friend Eeyore a pot of hunny for his birthday, Pooh could not resist eating it on his way to deliver the gift.

"...there was a little left at the very bottom of the jar,
and he pushed his head right in..."

So instead, Pooh gives Eeyore "a useful pot to put things in.”

Each 1.75” die-struck metal coin features E.H. Shepard’s artwork of this scene in a polished gold finish.

This special collectible is a limited edition of only 300 individually numbered coins that comes in a velvet jewelry bag, including an acrylic display stand so you can showcase your coin, and a Certificate of Authenticity.

Eeyore Loses a Tail

When Eeyore lost his tail, Owl found it.

Being very smart about how things work, Owl used it as a bellpull beside his door before Winnie-The-Pooh re-claimed it for Eeyore.

Christopher Robin was called in to pin it back on.

"...and when Christopher Robin had nailed it on in its
right place again, Eeyore frisked about the forest..."

Each 1.75” die-struck metal coin features E.H. Shepard’s artwork of this scene in a polished gold finish.

This special collectible is a limited edition of only 300 individually numbered coins that comes in a velvet jewelry bag, including an acrylic display stand so you can showcase your coin, and a Certificate of Authenticity.

Christopher Robin’s Picnic

Winnie-The-Pooh is a very social bear.

After Christopher Robin, his closest friend is Piglet, and he often chooses to spend his time with one or both.

Their favorite activity is having a picnic, with hunny of course. One day on a picnic Christopher Robin surprised everyone.

"...Christopher Robin finished the mouthful he was eating
and said carelessly: "I saw a Heffalump to-day, Piglet."

It was the beginning of a great adventure.

Each 1.75” die-struck metal coin features E.H. Shepard’s artwork of this scene in a polished gold finish.

This special collectible set is a limited edition of only 300 individually numbered coins that comes in a velvet jewelry bag, including an acrylic display stand so you can showcase your coin, and a Certificate of Authenticity. The numbers will be between 101-300.

You get all three coins with matching serial numbers in this initial offering for only $89.95 and Free Shipping within the USA!

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