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This extremely limited-edition proof gold coin celebrates the 2020 Formula 1 championship races, which took place despite the Covid pandemic and lockdowns. This proof gold coin was minted in celebration of both the 70th anniversary of this international racing event and the courage of the drivers and their teams. BullionMax has a very limited supply available, and once they're gone they're gone for good…
The first thing you notice: the mirror-bright proof finish straight from PAMP, one of the world’s finest and most famous mints. Even better, each coin is packaged with a certified assay card which includes certificate number, purity, weight and quality, as attested by PAMP. This packaging keeps your coin safe while certifying it's an authentic, tested and untouched by human hands from the moment it rolled off the press.
The reverse displays the dynamic Formula 1 logo front and center. The 17 Grand Prix events that composed the 2020 championship are listed around the face of the coin: Austria, Hungary, the U.K., Spain, Belgium, Russia, Germany, Portugal, Turkey, Bahrain and the U.A.E. all hosted Formula 1 Grand Prix races despite the pandemic.
The obverse features Ian Rank- Broadley’s fifth portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Additionally, this official Solomon Islands coin bears its purity of 0.9999 fine gold, its face value of 25 dollars, and its year of minting: 2020.
Fittingly, only 2,020 of these coins have been minted. No more will ever be offered.
The 70th anniversary of the first Formula One World Drivers' Championship carried on despite numerous cancellations and postponements, regardless of the fear that gripped the world. Seventeen Grand Prix races took place across Europe and Asia over six months, inspiring fans around the world to keep calm and carry on.
The U.K.’s Lewis Hamilton took first place in an astonishing eleven of the seventeen races, handily winning the 2020 World Drivers’ Championship and tying Michael Schumacher’s record of seven World Drivers’ Championship titles. Lewis broke Schumacher’s previous record of 91 career wins during the 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix. (Trust us, it was a truly exciting year for F1 fans.)
Mercedes secured their seventh consecutive Constructors' Championship making them the only team to win seven consecutive championships (and breaking Ferrari's 1999-2004 record).
If you're a Formula 1 racing fan, or if you've dreamed of watching the F1 speedsters roar past your balcony overlooking the narrow streets of Monaco, or if you just want to add an exclusive gold coin to your collection, the Formula 1 2020 Championship 1/4 oz gold proof coin is for you. Better hurry, though because just like Lewis Hamilton these coins will be out of reach before you know it!
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