Lawn Tennis Association Fed Cup 2019 1/4oz

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This collection exclusive to Rosland, celebrates the great global competition with gold coins available for the first time.

These beautiful, limited edition 2019 coins feature the Davis Cup and the Fed Cup, and are only available from Rosland. The 22mm diameter gold coins are 999.9 fine gold.

The coins are legal tender and bear a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. These collectors’ items are specially minted as proofs, their highest level of quality, by the world-famous, Swiss-based PAMP SA. Only 3,000 of each are available worldwide.

The protective packaging for each coin shows a lovely green tennis court, together with the competition’s logo. Shown on the back of each package, which provides a numbered certifi cate of authenticity, are statements of metal purity and weight, and the signature of the Swiss Assayer Fondeur who assures the quality of the production.

Specifications

Coin Weight:
1/4oz
Gold Purity:
99,99%
Coin Weight:
7.77grams
Diameter:
22mm
Year
2019
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Description

About the Fed Cup

The Federation Cup, now shortened to Fed Cup, was launched in 1963 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the ITF. An American team led by Billie Jean King won the inaugural title at The Queen’s Club in London, and the event has continued to attract the best players in the women’s game. USA won its 18th Fed Cup title – but first in 17 years – when it defeated Belarus 3-2 in Minsk in the 2017 Final. USA is the most successful nation in the competition. Czech Republic is second with 11 wins, Australia is third with seven, then Spain is fourth with five.

About the ITF

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is the world governing body of tennis, administering and regulating the game, and is responsible for the Rules of Tennis, including the technical specifi cations for courts and equipment. The ITF controls the major international team events, including the world’s two largest annual international team competitions in sport, the Davis Cup for men and the Fed Cup for women