Newsletter sent out to Coincraft collectors on 29 November 2019, featuring a roll 20 1953 crowns, a Quintilius Bronze Antoniniani, a $5 triangular-shaped coin honouring Nurses who served in Australia's Military, a Japanese silver coin and a Challenge Coin featuring D-Day hero Lt. Bob Orrell.
Coincraft's newsletter sent out on 8th November 2019. In this newsletter, we presented our collectors with a World War I commemorative medal, an Elizabeth II complete set of florins, an Edward I Penny, a Gallienus Antoninianus Gazelle Coin, and a special Alphabet collection Silver Dollar Set made especially for the World Money Fair in Berlin amongst many other interesting items!
The July stock update had plenty of interesting items, in this newsletter, we presented Large Canadian Cents, Donald Trump Medals, Scarce Roman Coins, a Daina Medallion and even Chernobyl Medal awarded to soldiers, policemen and civilians who handled the fallout from the disaster. The featured item of the month was a complete date set of QEII Sixpences.
In our June newsletter, we presented collectors with an exciting Birds of Prey collection issued in Proof by Malawi in 2010, World Coins from Latvia, Fiji, a commemorative Crown from Gibraltar, an Ancient Indian Elephant Coin and a Challange Coin featuring a colour photograph of Donald Trump.
In the first newsletter of Spring 2019, we presented you, our esteemed collectors with some of our bestsellers. Amongst them, a Trafalgar Square Landmark Crownsized £2, an interesting selection of Ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Coins. We also had a 1981 Gold Proof Sovereign and a Donald Trump Medal.
The March 2019 newsletter featured some very interesting items, including some rare Ancient Roman coins, a Silver Britannia from 2019, a warriors of the world complete collection, and a delightful selection of banknotes from around the world.
The first newsletter that we sent out to our customers, came out just after we re-launched our website. In this first newsletter, we had a special offer for a victorian farthing from 1890, as well as some items that were added then, such as a Roman brooch in the shape of a horse, an Alexander the Great Silver Drachm, A large selection of German Notgeld sets, a Pizza Coin, a One Million Pound note and a One Million Dollar Note.