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London Mint Office honours 50th Anniversary of Churchill’s death with Launch of commemorative Krugerrand coin

London Mint Office honours 50th Anniversary of Churchill’s death with Launch of commemorative Krugerrand coin

Press Releases   •   Jan 28, 2015 13:09 GMT

The Churchill Krugerrand brings together Churchill and South Africa, honouring the important role South Africa played in furthering Churchill’s career as it was here that he found the fame and money he needed to win his first political seat as Member of Parliament (MP) for Oldham in 1900