It’s here! How you can own the 2014 First World War £2

Following the resounding success of Change Checker’s Great Commonwealth Games 50p Swap (see the feedback on Twitter here) during which we swapped well over 6,000 coins, we are pleased to introduce the First World War £2 Coin Swap – offering collectors the chance to own the very latest commemorative coin before it has even entered circulation!

The new First World War £2 features Lord Kitchener's famous pose

The new First World War £2 features Lord Kitchener’s famous pose

The 2014 First World War £2 is the most highly anticipated circulation coin in recent memory. With Lord Kitchener’s iconic call to arms adorning the reverse, it is set to be one of the most collectable coins for years to come.

We know that all too often the newest coins can be the trickiest to get hold of, but our philosophy is to offer keen collectors the unique chance to own them in the fairest way possible – by swapping with us on a like for like basis.

If you are new to Change Checker or new to our swapping process, here is how it works;

checkboxChoose the £2 coin(s) you would like to swap. This can be any commemorative design from the last 15 years and you can swap up to a maximum of FIVE coins with us. Bear in mind we are only swapping commemorative designs not the definitive ‘Technology’ £2.

checkboxComplete our quick online form. We will email you a copy of this to print out and send in with your coin(s).


checkboxYou’ll receive your
brand new and uncirculated First World War £2 coin(s) within 10 working days of posting yours.

 

Posting coins

We’ve got your First World War £2 ready to send!

It’s as easy as that!

Please also remember to obtain proof of postage from the Post Office – this will help us out with any customer service queries if they arise.

Ready? Click here to get started!

 

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4 Responses to It’s here! How you can own the 2014 First World War £2

  1. Heather says:

    I don’t have a printer can I write it out?

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    • Mark Liversidge says:

      Hi Heather, if you are unable to print out the form, please send a covering letter with your coin(s) detailing the following information:

      Your name and address
      Your email and telephone number (in case of queries)
      Which coin(s) you are swapping

      Thanks, Change Checker.

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  2. Claire Jones says:

    Where do I find address to send coins please

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    • Mark Liversidge says:

      Hi Claire. Once you have completed the online form and selected the coins you would like to swap using the above link, you will be emailed a copy of the Swap Form along with the address to send it in to.

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