The first newsletter of March 2020 featured mostly British coins. Amongst the items of the March update were an Edward I Treasure Penny from the London Mint, 1787 Sixpence, an Edward VII Shiling from 1902, a mint darkened farthing from 1916 and a world war I coin set.
On the newsletter that went out on 21st February 2020, we presented coin collectors with a George V crown from 1935, a commemorative coin depicting Rome's founding, a 1999 sovereign, 1787 Shilling, an Aurelian Billon Antoninianus, a 50 pence Library Coin, a Silver Drachm of Azes II and other interesting coins.
The first stock update of 2020 came a little later than we had hoped for, but it did bring with it some amazing items. While one of the most impressive might have been the Victorian Old Head Sovereign, we also had other interesting items such as a 1902 Edward VII Silver Crown, a George V Hafcrown and a Billon Silver Antoninianus, from the rebel emperor Postumus.
Coincraft's newsletter that was sent out to our collectors on 20th September. In this newsletter, we announced the creation of two new category pages: Olympic Coins and Pop Culture Coins. We also presented our collectors with a number of very interesting items such as a Complete Date Set of Jubilee Head Crowns, a US Millennium State Quarters Proof Set, Saddam Hussein banknotes amongst many other items!
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.
In the first newsletter of 2019, we looked exclusively at some major anniversaries happening in 2019, from the 50th anniversary of the Concorde's maiden flight to the 25oth anniversary of the disembarkment of Captain Cook in New Zealand.