Rosland Capital Donates Limited Edition Michael Schumacher 1kg Gold Coin
In Collaboration with Keep Fighting Foundation

21 May 2021, Monte-Carlo, Monaco: Leading precious metal firm, Rosland Capital, donated a unique, limited-edition Michael Schumacher coin ahead of the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2021. The 1kg gold coin, an official Formula 1® product, was developed in collaboration with the Keep Fighting Foundation, to commemorate seven-time Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher.

The auction took place at the U*NITE Fashion Show, where the Michael Schumacher 1kg gold coin was purchased for more than 100,000 euros. Proceeds from the donation will benefit the Caudwell Children charity in its vision to support disabled children and their families, a cause aligned with Michael Schumacher’s values of inspiring and empowering youth.

Speaking about the collaboration with Rosland Capital, Mick Schumacher, Michael’s son and Trustee of Keep Fighting Foundation stated: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Rosland Capital to immortalize my father’s achievements in Formula 1 and his spirit of determination, which continues to inspire his fans around the world.”

Marin Aleksov, CEO of Rosland Capital, spoke about the collaboration: “We’re deeply grateful for the opportunity to support such a worthy cause, so well aligned with the work of the Keep Fighting Foundation. Michael Schumacher is an iconic sportsman, well-known worldwide for his dedication and tenacity both on and off track. Through this donation, we’re continuing to support the legacy and impact of Michael Schumacher. I would also like to express my sincere thanks to Formula 1 for our long-lasting relationship and their support with this contribution.”

The limited-edition Michael Schumacher 1kg gold coin donated by Rosland Capital, numbered 1/1, is the only example of its kind to be minted in 2021. It features a portrait of Michael Schumacher, the years of his Formula 1 World Championship titles, his logo, and the dynamic F1® logo. The obverse side of the coin bears Ian Rank-Broadley’s famous portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the legal tender value of $1,000. The coin is accompanied by commemorative packaging including a certificate of authenticity signed, statement of metal fineness, weight, proof quality statement, and the signature