It can be hard to know where to begin with holiday shopping for your family and friends. It’s natural to want to get them something they’ll love that will last them a long time, but it isn’t always easy to decide on a present that fits that criteria.
Fortunately, exclusive collector’s coins from Rosland Capital make for a perfect holiday gift! Not only do they serve as beautiful mementos that honor some of the greatest events and individuals in sports history, but they can also act as new precious metals assets to help enhance and protect your loved ones’ future wealth.
For the coin collector and sports enthusiast in your life, here are three specialty coins created this year by Rosland in collaboration with some of our wonderful partners.
This beautiful, limited edition gold coin was produced to commemorate the PGA Tour’s annual tournament, the Players Championship. It features the iconic 17th green and hole on the front and a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
This coin was developed (among others in our F1 collection) in celebration of Formula 1’s 2019 Grand Prix racing season. On the front, it features a list of all the race locations from this year’s season in calendar order around the dramatic official F1 logo, shown in the center of the coin. On the back of the coin is Ian Rank-Broadley’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
This collector’s item honors the largest annual international team competition in men’s tennis, the Davis Cup. The front of the coin features the Davis Cup itself, and the obverse side bears the portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Anyone familiar with Rosland Capital will know that we have great admiration for our friends at Formula 1. In previous years, we’ve done a number of exclusive coin collaborations with them to commemorate some of their most important events and famous figures, like the 2018 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, the 1000th race in F1 history, and motorsport champion Sir Jackie Stewart’s lifetime of achievements and philanthropic work with Race Against Dementia.
2019 has had a number of significant moments for Formula 1, especially in recent weeks. At the end of October, I had the pleasure of attending their “Hollywood and Highland” event here in Los Angeles, which featured iconic car exhibitions and appearances by champion racers like Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen. Based on the turnout, it’s clear that enthusiasm for Formula 1 and the world of motorsport is alive and well, and that F1 fans are just as excited as we are at Rosland to see what’s going to come next.
I also thoroughly enjoyed following the action at the 2019 Grand Prix in Austin at the beginning of this month. It was a little surreal to see Bottas take victory only days after seeing him in person in Hollywood!
As someone with both personal and professional interest in seeing Formula 1 continue to impress audiences and promote greatness in motorsport, it’s absolutely thrilling to look ahead and see how their 2020 schedule is shaping up.
One of the events I’m most excited about is the Vietnam Grand Prix in April, which will be the first race in F1’s history to take place in Hanoi. It’s great to see that passion for motorsport has continued to spread around the world and that Formula 1 has been able to expand their reach so that new audiences may come to understand the joy and wonder of racing.
Hanoi 2020 Track (Source: FormulaSpy, Formula 1)
Looking forward to seeing what else lies down the road for Formula 1!