Certainly I nice historical set to assemble, good luck with the hunt!
In addition to what you've listed, there are also several 1994 Marshall Islands coins honoring "The Heroes of D-Day." The design is available in copper-nickel as a $5 coin, in brass as a $10 piece and in silver as a $50 coin.
I've put together a set of "participant" coins that marked the 50th anniversary of D-Day ��" all of which you've listed. You may have come across the three-piece set of them that was marketed by the British Royal Mint
, it contains the US, France and UK coins in proof ��" it makes for an attractive set. The set was available in silver and gold. Here's a quick snapshot of my silver set.
There are a number of "packaging options" for the 50th anniversary coins available if you want to pursue them. The Royal Mint
put out two different folders with the 50 pence coin and also released a philatelic-numismatic cover (PNC) featuring the coin and the UK's WWII stamps. In a previous post, I've shown the special package that combined the France silver 1 Franc and the US silver 1 Dollar coins; it was put out by the Battle of Normandy Foundation. (Here's a link: http://www.coincommunity.com/forum/...rms=normandy
) There are also some privately-issued PNCs for the coins of the US and France.
I was always surprised that Canada didn't issue a 50th anniversary D-Day coin. The nation participated in the operation so it would have been appropriate, and the Royal Canadian Mint
doesn't miss many opportunities to issue a commemorative coin! They did issue a WWII commemorative medal set that included a D-Day medal as one of the six medals, however. In 2004, they issued a privy-marked silver Maple Leaf coin with a D-Day privy to mark the 60th anniversary.
I don't want to hijack your post, but I'd be happy to post some additional images if there is interest.