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2003 Set of 4 Bridge Pattern Pounds in Silver

In 2003 the Royal Mint issued a set of four pattern Silver Proof Pounds of Bridges. Instead of ‘Pound’ each coin is inscribed with the word ‘Pattern’. The four patterns come in a blue Royal Mint case with an informative booklet about the four bridges. In later years the Mint actually issued all four of these patterns as actual coins complete with the word ‘Pound’ on them. This makes this set the cheapest and we think, one of the most important groups of patterns that the Mint has ever issued. The four Sterling Silver patterns are for the Forth Bridge, Menai Bridge, Egyptian Bridge, and Millennium Bridge. We can offer this incredible collection of four Royal Mint pattern Pounds for just £275 that works out to less than £70 per pattern. We have spent 2 years putting these 5 sets together. We also sell the actual silver coins. Think of the display you could put on, silver proof Patterns and then the actual silver proof coins that were issued. But only 5 sets available.
£275.00
Picture of Australia, Edward VIII, Long Legend Copper

Australia, Edward VIII, Long Legend Copper

Australian Edward VII Copper Patina reproduction with 1937 date
£14.50
Picture of Australia, Edward VIII, Milled Edge Patina Collection

Australia, Edward VIII, Milled Edge Patina Collection

From INA one of the last of the Edward VIII Patina collections, Australia. Retro dated 1937 they have the bare head of King Edward VIII on the reverse and the arms of Australia on the reverse. The arms are supported by a kangaroo and an Emu. They are Shilling sized, in Proof condition and feature a milled edge. Each collection contains 5 single thickness and 3 piedforts. The single thickness pieces are Silver, aluminium, cupro-nickel, platinum coloured and gold plated. The piedforts are copper, gold plated and goldine. The mintage is just 100 pieces in each metal and Coincraft bought the entire mintage.
£69.50
Picture of Australia, Edward VIII, Plain Edge Patina Collection

Australia, Edward VIII, Plain Edge Patina Collection

From INA one of the last of the Edward VIII Patina collections, Australia. Retro dated 1937 they have the bare head of King Edward VIII on the reverse and the arms of Australia on the reverse. The arms are supported by a kangaroo and an Emu. They are Shilling sized, in Proof condition and feature a plain edge. Each collection contains 5 single thickness and 3 piedforts. The single thickness pieces are Silver, aluminium, cupro-nickel, platinum coloured and gold plated. The piedforts are copper, gold plated and goldine. The mintage is just 100 pieces in each metal and coincraft bought the entire mintage.
£69.50
Picture of Australia, Edward VIII, Short Goldine

Australia, Edward VIII, Short Goldine

Edward VIII Australia short legend in goldine - patina.
£17.50
Picture of Australia, Edward VIII, short legend in copper

Australia, Edward VIII, short legend in copper

Australian Edward VIII Copper Patina reproduction dated 1937
£17.50
Picture of Australia, Square ‘1920’ Pattern Set

Australia, Square ‘1920’ Pattern Set

Australia Square ‘1920’ Pattern Set. In the early 1920’s the Australian Mint made pattern Pennies and Halfpennies that were square. They didn’t work so they never issued them. ICB made some crownsized square Australian patterns to emulate these square patterns of the 1920’s. The ‘1920’ set which has a bird flying through the ‘5’ of the denomination. Each set contains a Sterling Silver example, a copper example and a goldine example, so each set contains 3 pieces.
£69.50
Picture of British North Borneo, Edward VIII Pattern Crown

British North Borneo, Edward VIII Pattern Crown

Edward VIII Pattern Crown for British North Borneo, struck in cupro-nickel and retro dated 1936.
£9.95
Picture of British North Borneo, Edward VIII Pattern Crown

British North Borneo, Edward VIII Pattern Crown

Edward VIII Pattern Crown for British North Borneo, struck in brass and retro dated 1936.
£9.95
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Canada, Edward VIII 1987 Cupro-Nickel

In 1987 they issued a Canadian Edward VIII crownsized patina for the 50th anniversary of the wedding of H.R.H. the Duke of Windsor and the Duchess of Windsor. 1937-1987. You have the bare head portrait of the Duke of Windsor formerly King Edward VIII on one side. The dates of his rule as King 20.1.36-11.12.36 are below the bust. The other side has a Beaver and Maple Leafs, the symbols of Canada and the date 1987. Many collectors do not even know that these pieces exist, let alone have them in their collection. We have the cupro-nickel and goldine pieces on offer this issue, but our supplies are not all that great.
£9.95
Picture of Canada, Edward VIII, Crownsized Brass Patina, 1987

Canada, Edward VIII, Crownsized Brass Patina, 1987

Edward VIII Canada crownsize patina in brass dated 1987, 50th wedding anniversary commemorative edition, with the two dates under Edward’s bust.
£9.95
Picture of Canada, Edward VIII, Dollar Patina Crowned Bust Copper

Canada, Edward VIII, Dollar Patina Crowned Bust Copper

Canadian Patina piece featuring Edward VIII with a crowned head. The reverse has the famous trapper and native guide in a canoe with a pine tree behind them. The design was used on most Canadian Silver Dollars from 1935 until 1966. The mintage was just 750 pieces. They are struck in copper and in Prooflike condition and we think are very important to any Edward VIII collection.
£16.50
Picture of Canada, Edward VIII, Dollar Patina Crowned Bust Goldine/Bronze

Canada, Edward VIII, Dollar Patina Crowned Bust Goldine/Bronze

Canadian Patina piece featuring Edward VIII with a crowned head. The reverse has the famous trapper and native guide in a canoe with a pine tree behind them. The design was used on most Canadian Silver Dollars from 1935 until 1966. The mintage was just 750 pieces. They are struck in bronze and in Prooflike condition and we think are very important to any Edward VIII collection.
£16.50
Picture of Ceylon, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

Ceylon, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

This Ceylon Edward VIII piece is one of the more difficult to get in cupro-nickel. We know this better than anyone else, because Richard had them struck. We found it the other day in a storeroom, supplies are limited and all are Uncirculated.
£14.95
Picture of Commonwealth Halfcrown Replica

Commonwealth Halfcrown Replica

Whenever we have a Commonwealth coin on our Rare Coin listing there are always multiple orders for it. After it all it was a very interesting period of our history. So when we were offered these beautiful replica Commonwealth Halfcrown dated ‘1652’ we jumped at the chance. The reverse has two sets of shields conjoined that look like a pair of old fashioned trousers. The obverse has the Commonwealth shield in a wreath. They are retro dated 1652 and are struck in Proof condition and come in a capsule. You can tell it was made to look like the Shilling because there is ‘II*VI’ above the shields. That stood for Two Shillings and Sixpence. Beautiful pieces and make a good space holder until you are able to get the real thing. We are sure you will love them.
£17.95
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Cromwell Replica Proof Halfcrown

An original Cromwell Halfcrown in Uncirculated condition will cost you about £6,000. This is a beautiful Proof replica in cupronickel in a presentation capsule. You have the bust of Oliver Cromwell, the ‘Protector’ with a laurel wreath and wearing a Roman toga on one side. On the other side, you have a crowned arms with the date 1658. Besides Churchill, Cromwell is the only ‘commoner’ on a British coin. These are magnificent examples, and while we sometimes loathe selling replicas, this one is just beautiful. Very limited supply.
£12.95
Picture of Cyprus, Edward VII, Patina Crowned Copper

Cyprus, Edward VII, Patina Crowned Copper

This is the Rare Patina version of the Edward VII Cyprus issue, the type with the crowned bust. The mintage of these pieces totalled only 150 examples! This is the Key to the series…! On one side you have the crowned bust of Edward VII and on the other the arms of Cyprus. These full Double Florin sized pieces were struck in three metals Proof Sterling Silver, Proof Copper, and Proof Goldine. Remember only 150 of each were ever struck. We are offering them individually and as a set, here we are offering the the Patina version in Proof Copper.
£22.50
Picture of East India Company, George IV Patina Goldine UNC

East India Company, George IV Patina Goldine UNC

In its day the East India Company (E. I. C.) was one of the most important and richest companies in the world. Much of its wealth came from the Indian sub-Continent. Many people who worked for it under some rather harsh conditions, came home very as very wealthy people. Enough to enjoy a very good retirement. Here we present the Patina Retro-Pattern of George IV in cupro-nickel in Uncirculated condition. The obverse portraits of the Monarchs are as nice as any you would find on British coins of these Monarchs.
£14.50
Picture of East India Company, William IV Patna Cupro-Nickel UNC

East India Company, William IV Patna Cupro-Nickel UNC

In its day the East India Company (E. I. C.) was one of the most important and richest companies in the world. Much of its wealth came from the Indian sub-Continent. Many people who worked for it under some rather harsh conditions, came home very as very wealthy people. Enough to enjoy a very good retirement. Here we present the Patina Retro-Pattern of William IV in cupro-nickel in Uncirculated condition. The obverse portraits of the Monarchs are as nice as any you would find on British coins of these Monarchs.
£14.50
Picture of Edward VII, Patina Double Florin Goldine

Edward VII, Patina Double Florin Goldine

The first and only time that a Double Florin was issued for circulation was during the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. A Double Florin is somewhat smaller than a Crown containing four shillings rather than the five that a Crown contains. International Currency Bureau made up what an Edward VII Double Florin might have looked like, had one actually been made. These show the bare head of the King surrounded by a circle of dots. They only made 750 of this privately issued medallic pattern. They were struck in copper and goldine; here we are offering the goldine variant. You have the bare head of King Edward VII on one side and four shields with sceptres in between. Each piece was struck in Proof condition and considering the quality and the low mintage, we think they are excellent value for the money.
£15.95
Picture of Edward VII, Patina Pattern Double Florin Copper

Edward VII, Patina Pattern Double Florin Copper

The first and only time that a Double Florin was issued for circulation was during the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. A Double Florin is somewhat smaller than a Crown containing four shillings rather than the five that a Crown contains. International Currency Bureau made up what an Edward VII Double Florin might have looked like, had one actually been made. These show the bare head of the King surrounded by a circle of dots. They only made 750 of this privately issued medallic pattern. They were struck in copper and goldine; here we are offering the copper variant. You have the bare head of King Edward VII on one side and four shields with sceptres in between. Each piece was struck in Proof condition and considering the quality and the low mintage, we think they are excellent value for the money.
£15.95
Picture of Edward VIII, New Milled Edge Collection

Edward VIII, New Milled Edge Collection

Last year was the 80th anniversary of the Year of Three Kings, George V, Edward VIII and George VI. ICB issued a beautiful Edward VIII collection, full crownsized in eight different metals with a milled edge. We bought the entire mintage, except for one set that is being put into auction. Other Edward VIII issues are being sold on eBay for over £245 a collection. The metals they are struck in are: Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold Plated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver. A youthful portrait of the uncrowned King is on one side and a new version of St. George slaying the dragon is on the other side. Only 100 collections made with the milled edge, that is all, forever.
£125.00
Picture of Edward VIII, New Plain Edge Collection

Edward VIII, New Plain Edge Collection

Last year was the 80th anniversary of the Year of Three Kings, George V, Edward VIII and George VI. ICB have issued a beautiful Edward VIII collection, full crownsized in eight different metals with a plain edge as opposed to milled. We bought the entire mintage, except for one set that is being put into auction. Other Edward VIII issues are being sold on ebay for over £245 a collection. The metals they are struck in are: Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold Plated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver. A youthful portrait of the uncrowned King is on one side and a new version of St. George slaying the dragon is on the other side. Only 100 collections ever made with the plain edge that is all, forever.
£125.00
Picture of Edward VIII, Wreath Set Plain, 1936

Edward VIII, Wreath Set Plain, 1936

The Patina series had a ‘Wreath Crown’ but dated 1937 and the mintage was 975 pieces, we quickly sold out. Last year was the 80th anniversary of The Year of Three Kings, so we are proud to offer this 1936 Patina with a much lower mintage of just 100 pieces in each metal. This crownsized beauty was struck in eight different metals and with two edges, plain and milled. We bought almost the entire mintage, except for four sets which went to the INA archives and to auction. The pieces are beautiful full crownsized Proofs, struck in Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold-coated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver. We could break up the sets and sell the individual prices at a very high price, as we have seem similar sets sold on Ebay. But that is not how Coincraft works. We bought them right, so we are going to sell them right. On offer here is the Plain Edge set. You get the ‘1936 Wreath Crown Patina’ in all eight different metals. At this price, they are a gift, eight different metals, crownsized Proofs and with a mintage of just 100 sets….
£150.00
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Elizabeth I, Replica Crown Cupro-Nickel

We've just found these coin in one of vault rooms. They are replicas of the Elizabeth I Crown we had made more than 30 years ago. They were part of a complete replica series. After all not everyone can afford the £20,000 for a real one, in this condition. We haven’t see them for years, but then again you never know what we have squirreled away. They are in prooflike condition and we have a small quantity in cupro-nickel and goldine but supplies are very limited. The Replica Crown on offer here is in Cupro-Nickel.
£8.95