20 Bestsellers of 2021

It's almost the end of the year, and at Coincraft that means it's time to find out what were our most popular items during the year and present them to you on our list of 20 Bestsellers of 2021. Our customers know a good deal when they see one, and we've offered you many good deals throughout the year—the new entries we've had since we made the 20 Bestsellers of 2020 list prove exactly that.

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501 Different World Coins

We never thought we would ever see these yellow bags of 501 different world coins again. Over 40 years ago we sold them and they sold quickly. Even then, to put 501 different world coins together was a most impressive task. Our friend David at Educational Coin Co. found 300 of these collections that he had put away over 40 years ago and had forgotten. You have to remember he has over 300 million coins and banknotes in stock. We have known him for a very long time and nothing surprises us about him or his company. These are the most fantastic world coin collections that you can ever find, after all 40+ years ago what was common is now very difficult to find. Most of the coins are circulated but many are Uncirculated condition. Just some of the coins included are: Timor, Cambodia, East Germany, Viet-Nam, French Polynesia, Qatar, French Somalia, Netherlands East Indies, Madagascar, Ethiopia, Hong Kong, St. Thomas & Prince, Ireland, South Arabia, San Marino, Uganda, Chile, Fiji, Malaya, Panama, East Africa, Kuwait, India, Mexico, Great Britain, and many many more. 501 different coins, some Uncirculated some circulated, but all put together over forty (40) years ago. We are going to offer the entire collection in the imprinted yellow bag imprinted ‘Seven-Seas Treasure Collection’ from all over the world and all through the ages’ for only £195; that is less than 40 pence a coin. We think these collections are fantastic; what was available more than 40 years ago is just not available now. Please do not miss out.
£195.00
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Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), Silver Drachm

Silver drachm coin minted by Alexander the Great (336-323 BC). Obverse: Head of Herakles wearing lion-skin head-dress. Reverse: Zeus enthroned holding eagle and sceptre. Very Fine Condition Actual size of coin varies between 15-17mm diameter PHOTOGRAPH IS REPRESENTATIVE OF COIN SUPPLIED
£195.00
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Attica, Athens. Ca. 431-393 B.C. AR Tetradrachm. AOE. About Extremely Fine

Attica, Athens. Ca. 431-393 B.C. AR Tetradrachm. Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing facing, olive sprig with crescent moon to left & 'AOE' to right. About Extremely Fine & Scarce. Made using the silver from the mines of Laurion during the Peloponnesian War. A Classic coin everyone knows. PHOTOGRAPH IS REPRESENTATIVE OF COIN SUPPLIED.
£1,100.00
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Chernobyl Medal

These are very attractive pieces produced with a gilded finish with black, red and turquoise enamel. At the centre is a diagram showing the atom being split into Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation. This medal was awarded to soldiers, policemen and many civilians who handled the fallout from this disaster. Complete with ribbon and suspension.
£18.95
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Choice Constantine London Treasure

Constantine the Great 307-337 AD - treasure trove roman bronze coin with London Mint Mark.
£139.50
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Constantine I 'the Great', the Roman Emperor who shaped the modern world. A.D. 307-337. Wreath coin in Very Fine

Our recent offering of the Roman Starter Collection was so well received we thought we would help our collectors add to it by offering coins of the famous Constantinian Dynasty. This important dynasty, named for its founder, stewarded the pagan-dominated empire from a Tetrarchy of four military men to a heavily Christianised one under one family. But this was by no means a smooth transition! Constantine I is the only Roman emperor called ‘the Great’. Born around A.D. 272 at Naissus (in modern Serbia) his father was Constantius I, one of the soldier emperors in the Tetrarchic system. On campaign in Britain the sick Constantius I died at York in A.D. 306 so the army proclaimed Constantine emperor. From A.D. 307 Constantine styled himself as ‘Augustus’ and slowly but surely became the sole ruler of the empire. Notably, at the Milvian Bridge in A.D. 312, he defeated Maxentius with a Christian symbol on his soldier’s shields, apparently given by God in a dream. As he aged Constantine left the old gods behind, becoming Christian, and this support shaped our modern world as Christianity in the medieval era was the common cause that united the West. He was baptised just before his death in A.D. 337 at roughly 65. Importantly for Britain, he struck the gold Solidus at 72 to the Roman pound, called a Libra. Librae, solidi, and the defunct denarii became pounds, shillings, and pence (£.s.d.). The coin presented here was made after A.D. 320 when Constantine moved away from pagan imagery. It shows a wreath and grades Very Fine. You can now add one of the most important Roman emperors to your collection! And if you already have a coin of him you might not have this type…
£27.50