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 day that the UK officially left the EU, we uploaded new stock to our website. Plenty of interesting items on this stock upload, such as a 1973 UK entry to the ECC 50p coin, a 2017 £5 King Canute Silver Proof coin, a 2019 Britannia with oriental Design, a Goridan Billon Silver Antoninianus, and a Pizza Coin from the Solomon Islands. See if there's anything you fancy!
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.
The first newsletter sent out to collectors during the month of December 2019. In it were featured a 2004 Gold Half Sovereign, a Constantinople Commemorative Coin issued for the founding of Constantinople. a Singapore Year of the Dragon Mint Set, a United States Silver Eagle from 1988 and 1988 Trivial Pursuit Silver Coin. And because Christmas was just around the corner we decided to give our collectors some Unusual Christmas Gifts ideas.
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.
The 22nd of November marked the anniversary of JFK's assassination and as a form of tribute to the man that many consider to be one of the greatest of the 20th-Century, we presented our collectors with a special anniversary set. In this newsletter, we also featured an NHS 50p, a Tristan da Cunha Nelson Crown, a Japanese Tempo in Gold and a World War I Commemorative Medal.
Coincraft's newsletter that was sent out to our collectors on 15th October. In this newsletter, we presented our collectors with a Victorian Silver Proof Patina with a map of Scotland on the reverse, an Edward VII Silver Crown from 1902, 2 coins from the year of the Titanic disaster, a Donald Trump Medal, 25 Centimos from the Spanish Republic and a collection of 300 different world coins amongst other items.
Every once in awhile we offer our collectors the opportunity to purchase items only available in a limited amount of stock. The first newsletter we send out in September was one of those occasions. This stock update had something for every collector, British Coins and Sets, Confederate Banknotes, 17th Century Tokens, Gold Écus and a good selection of World Coins.
In Coincraft's 'Telling History with Money' feature, we look back at historical events that have occurred on a particular date. The 24th of July 2019, marked the anniversary of Simón Bolivar, also known as the "Liberator" of South America. It was also on this date that Hiram Bingham III made public the existence of Machu Picchu. History on this blog will, of course, always be told with money.
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.