New Stock 31 January 2020

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10 William & Kate FDC

This is a fantastic set of ten different covers issued in 2010 for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. You have ten covers each with a different full colour photo either single or together. Each cover has a first class British stamp cancelled with a special cancellation showing Buckingham Palace with the ‘Royal Mail London SW’ on it. This collection was issued by Mercury and we don’t know what each of them cost, but a first class stamp alone today cost 70p each, so the set of ten cost £7.00 in postage alone, forget the cost of the photos, envelope and handling. Our price is less then the cost of postage or just £6.60 for all ten different covers. But supplies are very limited and they are our future King and Queen!
£6.60

Australia, 2017 1 ounce 1 Cent Proof

In 2017 & 2018 Australia issued some one ounce coins depicting their first decimal coins. In 2017 they issued the 1 Cent coin, now weighing 1 ounce of pure silver. The coin is in Proof condition, in its original box and has a certificate. Most importantly they only made 1,500 of these!
£49.50

Australia, 2018 1 ounce 2 Cent Proof

In 2017 & 2018 Australia issued some one ounce coins depicting their first decimal coins. In 2018 they issued the 2 Cent coin, now in one ounce of pure high relief silver. The coin is in Proof condition, in its original box and has a certificate. Most importantly they only made 1,500 of these!
£49.50

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 cent 1909-10

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1909-10. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 cent 1910-11

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadians. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1910-11. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. It's the first time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 Cent 1912-13

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1912-13. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada, Ice Hockey 50 cent 1915-16

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1915-16. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full-colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course, everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Choice Antoninianus of Maximian

Billon Antoninianus of Maximian (286-306 A.D.) in Extremely Fine condition showing his radiate bust on the obverse and with various reverses.
£79.50

Elizabeth II, (Slabbed) Churchill £5 Piedfort, 2015

In 2015 the Royal Mint issued a Silver Proof £5 to honour Sir Winston Churchill. For VIP collectors they even issued a piedfort or double the normal thickness of this crownsized coin in Proof Sterling Silver. We believe that when it was issued they sold it for £155.00. Someone in the United States bought a quantity and had them ‘slabbed’; that is graded and put into plastic holders to protect them. Well they came out Gem Proof grading 70 out a possible 70 points.
£95.00

Elizabeth II, 2008 New Coins Silver Proof Set

In 2008 the Royal Mint changed the reverse designs on our coinage. In a package all the coins together they make a most interesting shield design. Singly they look like mis-struck coins. When they first came out we had loads of people coming in and saying that their coins were struck off center… The Mint issued Silver Proof Sets with either or both designs. Here we present the New Design Set with the 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p and £1. It comes in a plastic display case with all coins of either type, struck in Proof Sterling Silver.
£165.00

Elizabeth II, 2008 Old Coins Silver Proof Set

In 2008 the Royal Mint changed the reverse designs on our coinage. In a package all the coins together they make a most interesting shield design. Singly they look like mis-struck coins. When they first came out we had loads of people coming in and saying that their coins were struck off center. The Mint issued Silver Proof Sets with either or both designs. Here we present the Old Coinage, you get the 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p and £1. It comes in a plastic display case with all coins of either type, struck in Proof Sterling Silver.
£165.00

Elizabeth II, Britannia Oriental Design, 2019

The Royal Mint has been issuing the Silver Britannia for some time, but only now have did we have time to see what we have in stock. One of the coins we have is this 2019 Silver Britannia featuring an oriental-themed design pattern framming the figure of Britannia on the Reverse of the coin.
£48.50

Elizabeth II, King Canute £5 Silver Special, 2017

Commemorative issue made for the 1000th anniversary of the coronation of King Canute. Obv: Fith portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right. Rev: Image of crowned King Canute facing left.
£74.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 1983

The non-gold pound coin was first issued in 1983. What many collectors don’t realise is that the Arnold Machin bust of the Queen was struck for only two years, 1983 and 1984. Thus not only was it the first issue but also the shortest and most difficult to get. The Royal Mint issued special editions for collectors in Proof Sterling Silver in both the normal thickness and in double thickness or Piedfort. Offered here is the 1983 issue in Proof. It comes in Sterling Silver and in a protective capsule. A very short mintage and now getting rather difficult to get.
£49.50

Gordian III Billon Silver Antoninianus AEF

Gordian III had a rather good claim to the Imperial Throne, being closely related to no less than two previous senatorial emperors! He was the grandson of Gordian I, and the nephew of Gordian II, who declared themselves emperors in A.D. 238 from Carthage. They were in opposition to Maximinus Thrax but both were defeated by his loyal governor and died after a joint reign of just 21 days. The Roman Senate then appointed Balbinus and Pupienus as joint emperors; they immediately gave Gordian III the rank of Caesar to try to legitimise their own reign. Luckily for them while this was happening Maximinus was killed by his own men. But, after just a few months, both Balbinus and Pupienus were themselves murdered by the Praetorian Guard. Gordian III was then proclaimed sole emperor and thus emerged from the turbulent events of A.D. 238 as sole ruler of the mighty Roman Empire, all at the age of thirteen! Very little is recorded of the events of Gordian’s six-year reign, which in ancient writings is usually a sign of peace and prosperity. In A.D. 242, he led an initially successful campaign against the Persians. But in A.D. 244, he was murdered following a plot led by the Praetorian Prefect who seized the throne and reigned as Philip I. The coins we offer here are billon silver Antoninianus showing Gordian III’s portrait on the obverse and various reverses. The grade of the coins is About Extremely Fine and as always with the Crisis of the Third Century, a minority will have weaker sections. As always, the first to order will get the best
£59.50

Guyana, Mint Set

Set of five: 1 Cent, 5 Cents, 10 Cents, 25 Cents and the crownsized $1.00. Dated 1970-1991. The Dollar is the tough one of the group. This is a small country with very low mintages
£8.95

Ireland, Cork, 17th Cent Penny Token VG-Fine

We bought a small group of 17th Century tokens in copper a while ago and we have started listing them by place of issue. Here we present the Cork Token in VG-Fine condition. The price is most reasonable given it is now over 300 years old!
£29.50

Latvia, 50 Santimu 1922

In 1922 Latvia issued a 50 Santimu coin for one year only. In fact the last early Latvian coin was in 1932 and then there were no more coins until 1992. This 50 Santimu is struck in nickel is a large coin and depicts a man steering a boat with a hand held tiller. It was only issued for that one year 1922 and the coins on offer are in Very Fine condition and they are a most wanted coins by collectors of ships and boats on coins. Yes, there is a large German club for collectors of ships on coins.
£6.95

Mauritius, Mint Set

Set of five: 1 Cent, 2 Cents, 10 Cents, ¼ Rupee and ½ Rupee. Four of the coins are dated 1978 and have the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the 1 Cent is dated 1949 and has the portrait of King George VI. A most unusual and difficult set to get these days.
£16.50

New Zealand, Strapless Coin Set

In 1953 New Zealand issued their first coins for their new Queen, Elizabeth II. It wasn’t until 1955 that they noticed that the Queen was wearing a strapless gown. This caused quite an uproar and in 1956 they redesigned the portrait of H. M. The Queen wearing a dress with straps. We offer the strapless set of New Zealand coins all 7 of them, 1/2d, 1d, 3d, 6d, 1/-, 2/- and 2/6 all in selected circulated condition. It is a variety that most collectors outside of New Zealand don’t even know about let alone have in their collections. Supplies are limited, remember you get all seven coins of Queen Elizabeth II wearing a strapless gown.
£12.50

Russia (USSR), 5 Roubles State Bank Uncirculated, 1991

Small crownsized cupro-nickel 5 roubles issued by the former USSR in 1991.
£8.95

Russia, wire money, Silver 1689-1725

These Russian Silver coins of Peter the Great were actually made by rolling out a thin wire of silver and then hammering out the design on them by hand. The value was standardized by the Reform Act of 1535. You have a horseman on the reverse and a legend in old Russian on the reverse. They are tiny silver coins with the denomination of Polushka and they were literally made from a piece of silver wire. They date from about 1700 and are a most unusual coin to have in your collection. Hundreds of years old and something your friends would probably never seen before. An actual coin struck from a piece of wire although it is silver wire
£39.50

Silver Drachm of Parion 5th Century B.C.

Founded in 709 B.C., the ancient city of Parion is the present day town of Kemer in Canakkale province of Turkey. It was a major coastal city and trading port with two harbours. Parion enjoyed strong relations with Thrace and Anatolia throughout history and it was the main customs station through which all goods bound for Constantinople (Istanbul) from Greece and the Aegean had to pass. After being conquered by the Persian Empire in the 6th Century B.C. it passed to Lysimachus in the 4th Century B.C. and then the Attalids in the 3rd. From one tyrant to another! A local city-coinage system was introduced by the ancient Greeks and continued through to Roman times with later coins being issued in the name of the emperor. The image of the Gorgoneion was used to ward off evil and for that reason was put on door frames, shields and, of course, on coins! We have recently bought a small collection of archaic Silver Drachm made in this city in the 5th Century B.C.. The obverse shows the facing head of a Gorgoneion with a protruding tongue and the reverse depicts a disorganized linear pattern within an incuse square. The coins are all in a Fine condition as they were used at the time and have survived from 2400 years ago! But they are a fascinating charm to ward off evil, then and now. Pick up this ancient coin for just £90, priced to please!
£90.00

Solomon Islands, Pizza Coin

This is pure silver (999 fine) coin of the Solomon Islands with the Queen’s portrait on the obverse. But the reverse is printed in full colour to look like a pizza. You scratch the picture and it smells like a pizza. Better yet the box it comes in what looks like a pizza box. You can sure have a lot of fun with these. We've just found what remains of the original stock we've purchased. There are not many left, and these are getting harder and harder to find. So if you want to acquire this pure silver crown with a secret ingredient, the time is now!
£34.50

Sweden, Commemorative 1932

In 1932 Sweden issued a commemorative 2 Kronor for the 300th anniversary of the death of Gustaf I, 1632-1932. It is a handsome silver piece with the bust of Gustaf I facing right wearing a laurel wreath. The other side has a very ornate cartouche and a rather gothic style. Nice coin and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which considering that they are now 87 years old is quite amazing!
£39.50