New Stock August 2020

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Bull & Horseman Jital from Afghanistan

These fantastic silver coins are over 1000 years old. They were struck by the Shahi Dynasty who ruled large parts of the region we now know as Afghanistan, Pakistan and Northern India and they controlled both sides of the fabled Khyber Pass. At the end of the 9th century they lost Kabul to the Muslim invaders and were forced east where they stayed in power for another century until the rise of the Ghaznavid Empire led to the decline and fall of the Shahi Kingdom. On one side is a horseman bearing a lance with a banner and on the other side is a Brahma Bull with a legend in ancient script meaning ‘Honourable Chief Commander’. They are in About Very Fine condition which, considering they are over 1000 years old, is fantastic and our price of £17.95 is even better. These sold out last time and we’re not sure if we’ll be able to get more after this.
£17.95

Elizabeth II, £2 Bi-Metallic Piedford 1998

In 1997 the Royal Mint changed the Two Pound Piece. They made it smaller and they also made it bi-metallic and as with all new designs or types, collectors put them away. Come the next year and 1998 was almost forgotten by collectors. The coin on offer is the collector’s version of the circulating £2 of 1998, but struck in Proof Sterling Silver. To make the coin look like a bi-metallic coin, they gold plated the rim of the coin, so you see gold and silver, similar colours to the circulating issue. This 1998 Silver Proof £2 is not an easy coin to find and many collectors are missing it. An interesting coin almost forgotten by collectors sold at the right price.
£69.50

Elizabeth II, Half Sovereign, 2011 BU

Gold Half-Sovereign dated 2011 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition
Call for pricing

Finland, (Free of Russian Occupation) 25 Penna Unc

What most people don’t know is that Finland only became a free and independent country in 1917. Before then it was under the control of Russia. Here we present the 25 Penna issued by Finland as a free nation. The difference was, under Russian rule, it had a double-headed eagle with a crown on the coin. The same coin was then issued by a Free Finland without the crown on the double-headed eagle. The coin is struck in silver, it is over 100 years and it's in Extremely Fine or better condition. Finland was only able to gain its freedom because Russia itself was caught in the middle of a revolution. A fantastic high-grade silver coin issued after Finland became an independent nation. Add it to your collection!
£14.95

George III, Sixpence 1787 Uncirculated

Most will know about the illness of King George III, but most don’t know that because of that illness the King would not allow a law to make smaller coins to be passed. This of course caused a lot of problems with day to day commerce; there just were not enough small coins around to make change. There are only two silver coins struck before the Currency Reform Act of 1816, that are readily available to collectors: the George III Sixpence and the Shilling of 1787. There is a simple but almost unbelievable reason for this. These coins were struck at the Royal Mint from silver delivered from the Bank of England. The Bank decided that they would need some new shinny coins to give out to their clients at Christmas. So only the Bank of England had these silver coins, and they only handed them out during the Christmas period, and only to their wealthy clients. So now you have the whole history! You have King George III dressed in what looks like Roman armour, and on the reverse the arms of Hanover and France as well as England, Scotland, and Ireland. Back in 1787, you had to be somehow important to have one of these Sixpences, important enough to do business directly with the Bank of England, and someone they wanted to treat. We have selected some very high-quality examples of this beautiful and very important historical coin for your collection.
£245.00

George V, Farthing 1917

About Uncirculated
£8.00

George V, Farthing 1922

Brilliant Uncirculated
£24.00

George V, Farthing 1932

Uncirculated
£9.00

George V, Farthing 1935

Uncirculated
£20.00

George V, Farthing 1936

Brilliant Uncirculated
£15.00

George V, Halfcrown 1921

This 1921 Halfcrowns will be 100 years old next year, which makes them almost an official genuine antique. This was only the second year of our coins being struck in .500 fine silver and the halfcrown was the largest silver coin struck for general circulation. The Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence was in many cases a day’s wages. These coins are all in selected circulated condition. We thought it would be fun to present you with a coin that will be exactly 100 years old next year.
£14.95

George V, Sixpence 1920 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1920 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1921 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1921 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£5.95

George V, Sixpence 1922 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1922 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1923 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1923 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£8.95

George V, Sixpence 1924 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1924 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1925 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1925 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1927 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1927 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£8.95

George V, Sixpence 1928 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1928 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£5.95

George V, Sixpence 1929 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1929 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£5.95

George V, Sixpence 1930 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1930 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1931 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1931 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1932 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1932 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1933 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1933 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1934 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1934 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£12.95

George V, Sixpence 1935 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1935 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sixpence 1936 Circulated

We now have available a number of the dates of the King George V Silver Sixpences issued from 1920 to 1936. Here we offer the 1936 Sixpence in selected circulated condition
£6.95

George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown Circulated

In the reign of King George V the coins were struck in Sterling Silver up until 1919, in 1920 they reduced the silver content by almost half. The largest sterling silver denomination struck in the reign of King George V was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence piece. You have a bare headed bust of George V on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were only issued from 1911-1919, so the dates we supply will be from stock. Here we offer this important type coin in average circulated condition.
£22.50

George V, Sterling Silver Halfcrown EF

In the reign of King George V, the coins were struck in Sterling Silver up until 1919, in 1920 they reduced the silver content by almost half. The largest sterling silver denomination struck in the reign of King George V was the Halfcrown or Two Shillings and Sixpence piece. You have a bare-headed bust of George V on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were only issued from 1911-1919, so the dates we supply will be from stock. Here we offer this important type coin in Extremely Fine.
£55.00

George VI, Brass Threepence 1937-48 BU

By the 1930s, the commonly used pennies were rather unpopular with businesses, silver Threepence was also unpopular. So a new coin was introduced - a larger brass version of the three pence coin. The new brass Threepence was Britain’s first twelve-sided coin, which proved very popular and its design inspired the new £1 coin in 2017. Here we present the 1937-48 Threepence in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
£25.00

George VI, Brass Threepence 1937-48 Unc

By the 1930s, the commonly used pennies were rather unpopular with businesses, silver Threepence was also unpopular. So a new coin was introduced - a larger brass version of the three pence coin. The new brass Threepence was Britain’s first twelve-sided coin, which proved very popular and its design inspired the new £1 coin in 2017. Here we present the 1937-48 Threepence in Uncirculated condition.
£15.00

George VI, Brass Threepence 1952 BU

By the 1930s, the commonly used pennies were rather unpopular with businesses, silver Threepence was also unpopular. So a new coin was introduced - a larger brass version of the three pence coin. The new brass Threepence was Britain’s first twelve-sided coin, which proved very popular and its design inspired the new £1 coin in 2017. Here we present the 1952 Threepence in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
£25.00

George VI, Brass Threepence 1952 Unc

By the 1930s, the commonly used pennies were rather unpopular with businesses, silver Threepence was also unpopular. So a new coin was introduced - a larger brass version of the three pence coin. The new brass Threepence was Britain’s first twelve-sided coin, which proved very popular and its design inspired the new £1 coin in 2017. Here we present the 1952 Threepence in Uncirculated condition.
£15.00

George VI, Farthing 1937-48 BU

In 1937, the farthing went through its first major redesign since it’s introduction in 1672 under Charles II. For the first time in 264 years, Britannia was to be replaced on the reverse by one of Britain’s smallest birds – the Wren. This new design, first introduced on the Edward VIII pattern was also adopted on the farthings of George VI. Here we present the 1937-48 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£10.00

George VI, Farthing 1937-48 Unc

In 1937, the farthing went through its first major redesign since it’s introduction in 1672 under Charles II. For the first time in 264 years, Britannia was to be replaced on the reverse by one of Britain’s smallest birds – the Wren. This new design, first introduced on the Edward VIII pattern was also adopted on the farthings of George VI. Here we present the 1937-48 in Uncirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£7.00

George VI, Farthing 1949-52 BU

In 1937, the farthing went through its first major redesign since it’s introduction in 1672 under Charles II. For the first time in 264 years, Britannia was to be replaced on the reverse by one of Britain’s smallest birds – the Wren. This new design, first introduced on the Edward VIII pattern was also adopted on the farthings of George VI. Here we present the 1949-52 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£10.00

George VI, Farthing 1949-52 Unc

In 1937, the farthing went through its first major redesign since it’s introduction in 1672 under Charles II. For the first time in 264 years, Britannia was to be replaced on the reverse by one of Britain’s smallest birds – the Wren. This new design, first introduced on the Edward VIII pattern was also adopted on the farthings of George VI. Here we present the 1949-52 in Uncirculated condition.
£7.00

George VI, Halfcrown 1940 Fine

This was the highest denomination struck during the Second World War, the Halfcrown or two shillings and sixpence. The Monarch on the coin was our wartime King, George VI. He and his family stayed in London throughout the bombing. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a crowned coat of arms on the other side. They were struck in silver as the base metals were far more useful in the war effort. Each Silver Halfcrown is dated 1940 – exactly 80 years old and they are in Fine condition. They make great gifts for someone born in 1940 or a military collector.
£9.95

George VI, Halfpenny 1937-48 BU

1937 saw a big change in the design of the halfpennies with the reverse depicting Britannia redesigned to display Sir Francis Drake’s ship “The Golden Hind”. As with the farthings, the titles in the legends were changed in 1949. Here we present the 1937-48 Halfpenny in Brilliant Uncirculated concition. Dates will be of our choice.
£16.00

George VI, Halfpenny 1937-48 Unc

1937 saw a big change in the design of the halfpennies with the reverse depicting Britannia redesigned to display Sir Francis Drake’s ship “The Golden Hind”. As with the farthings, the titles in the legends were changed in 1949. Here we present the 1937-48 Halfpenny in Uncirculated concition. Dates will be of our choice.
£10.00

George VI, Halfpenny 1949-52 BU

1937 saw a big change in the design of the halfpennies with the reverse depicting Britannia redesigned to display Sir Francis Drake’s ship “The Golden Hind”. As with the farthings, the titles in the legends were changed in 1949. Here we present the 1949-52 Halfpenny in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£10.00

George VI, Halfpenny 1949-52 Unc

1937 saw a big change in the design of the halfpennies with the reverse depicting Britannia redesigned to display Sir Francis Drake’s ship “The Golden Hind”. As with the farthings, the titles in the legends were changed in 1949. Here we present the 1949-52 Halfpenny in Uncirculated concition. Dates will be of our choice.
£7.00

George VI, Penny 1937-48 BU

Unlike the smaller denominations, the classic penny design featuring a seated Britannia, first introduced in 1860 and would continue throughout George VI’s reign. The Penny presented here is a 1937-48 Penny in Brilliant Unirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£20.00

George VI, Penny 1937-48 Unc

Unlike the smaller denominations, the classic penny design featuring a seated Britannia, first introduced in 1860 and would continue throughout George VI’s reign. The Penny presented here is a 1937-48 Penny in Unirculated condition. Dates will be of our choice.
£12.00

George VI, Penny 1949 BU

Unlike the smaller denominations, the classic penny design featuring a seated Britannia, first introduced in 1860 and would continue throughout George VI’s reign. Here we offer the 1949 Penny in Brilliant Unirculated condition.
£20.00

Germany Silver Half Mark Uncirculated

After Germany merged the different states into one country, their coinage was made of silver. The one that I like best is the Half Mark dated between 1901 and 1919. They have an eagle on one side and the denomination on the other. They are struck in 900 fine Silver and the newest one is over 100 years old. We managed to get a high grade group in Uncirculated condition. All high grade silver coins and over 100 years old, the price is well within range.
£14.50

Henry III, Long-Cross Penny, London, Walter, Class 5f

Henry III (1216-1272) Long-Cross Penny, London, Moneyer Walter, Class 5f. Very Fine
£129.50

Isle of Man, Winston Churchill 100th Birthday

In 1974 the Isle of Man issued a One Crown, crownsized coin for the Centenary of Churchill 1874-1974. It has H. M. the Queen on the obverse. It is a much better designed and struck than our own Royal Mint Churchill crown. But there was a whole heck of lot less Isle of Man Churchill crowns struck than Royal Mint crowns. They were struck in cupro-nickel by our own Pobjoy Mint and are denominated as ‘One Crown’. It is a coin that we have not had for quite a long time and even now we have only 75 coins in stock. Get while you can, especially if you are a Churchill collector.
£8.95

New Zealand, 1940 Halfcrown EF

We have always liked the commemorative crowns of New Zealand or rather the early commemorative crowns, when they made 3 of them. Between 1935, when they first had their own coinage, and the Queen’s Coronation in 1953 they only made three commemorative crowns. Here we present the 1940 Centennial Halfcrown.. It was a wonderful time when commemorative coins were few but important...
£29.50