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Guernsey £1 1995 Silver Proof_obv

Guernsey £1 1995 Silver Proof

A small group of Sterling Silver Proof Pounds of Guernsey. All low mintage and all come in a protective capsule, supplies are limited.
£18.95
Guernsey £1 1997 Silver Proof_obv

Guernsey £1 1997 Silver Proof

A small group of Sterling Silver Proof Pounds of Guernsey. All low mintage and all come in a protective capsule, supplies are limited.
£18.95
Guernsey £1 2000 Silver Proof_obv

Guernsey £1 2000 Silver Proof

A small group of Sterling Silver Proof Pounds of Guernsey. All low mintage and all come in a protective capsule, supplies are limited.
£18.95
Guernsey_1_double_1899_h_brilliant_Uncirculated_Obv

Guernsey, 1 Double, 1899 H. Brilliant Uncirculated.

1 Double (Farthing) issued by Guernsey in 1899 struck at Heaton mint, Birmingham. Brilliant Uncirculated with full lustre.
£25.00
Guernsey_1_double_1933_brilliant_uncirculated_Obv

Guernsey, 1 Double, 1933. Brilliant Uncirculated.

Brilliant Uncirculated 1 Double from Guernsey dated 1933, the last date of issue.
£9.95
Guernsey Battle Hastings Square 10 Shillings_obv

Guernsey, Battle Hastings Square 10 Shillings

In 1966 Guernsey issued a rather unique-looking pre-decimal 10 shilling coin to mark the 900th Anniversary of the Norman Conquest of England in 1066. This is due to the fact that it is square with rounded corners and though it circulated as legal tender, we can offer you them in uncirculated condition. The obverse shows the second portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the obverse has an image of William the Conqueror. Although he was known as Duke of Normandy before his invasion of England, he also controlled Guernsey since he expelled a colony of pirates back in 1061. Even today the British monarch holds the title of Duke of Normandy on the Channel Islands.
£8.95
Jersey 1957 3d BU_obv

Jersey 1957 3d BU

In 1957 the island of Jersey authorised a new threepence coin, or quarter of a shilling, which unlike its counterpart in the rest of the United Kingdom was round. On the obverse of the coin is the image of a crowned portrait of a young Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse shows the island’s coat of arms with the value written underneath. These inexpensive coins come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
£3.50
Jersey Proof 1/12th & 1/4 1964-A_obv

Jersey Proof 1/12th & 1/4 1964

Before Jersey introduced the decimal system in 1971, it had a rather unique way of denominating its coins. One example of this is the old large penny, which stated that it was “One-twelfth of a shilling”. We have found a number of the 1964 “penny” in our stock, all of which are proofs. We also have a selection of proof “quarter shillings”, or an old threepence. On the obverse of both is a crowned portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse shows the Coat of Arms of the Bailiwick of Jersey.
£14.95
Jersey, 1/12 Shilling 1945 Brilliant Unc_obv

Jersey, 1/12 Shilling 1945 Brilliant Unc

This 1/12 Shilling or, as we know it, a Penny was issued 1945 to honour the Liberation of Jersey from its German occupation during World War Two. You have the crowned portrait of King George VI on the obverse and the arms of Jersey on the reverse. It is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and today it is becoming more and more difficult to find, especially so nice. The coin makes a most interesting and historic remembrance of World War Two and the fact that Jersey was under German rule.
£12.95
Jersey, 1/12th Shilling 1960 Brilliant Unc_obv

Jersey, 1/12th Shilling 1960 Brilliant Unc

Yes, it does say 1/12th Shillings... at the time these coins were issued Jersey did not use the Penny but rather the correct equivalent, or 1/12th of a Shilling. After all there were 12 Pennies to the Shilling. The first 1/12th of a Shilling was issued in 1945 under King George VI for the Liberation of Jersey from the Germans in the Second World War. The second coin was issued in 1960 for the 300th anniversary of the accession of King Charles II. This coin is in Brilliant Unc condition and now 64 years old. It is also one of only three commemorative Pennies or 1/12th of a Shilling that were issued.
£3.95
Jersey_1894_1/24th_Shilling_obv

Jersey, 1/24th Shilling 1894

Jersey, Victoria, 1/24th Shilling 1894
£95.00
Jersey, 10p 1968 UNC_obv

Jersey, 10p 1968 UNC

1968 10 Pence from Jersey Uncirculated
£2.45
Picture of Jersey, 1966 Crown (1066 Norman Conquest Commemorative) Unc

Jersey, 1966 Crown (1066 Norman Conquest Commemorative) Unc

Today it appears that mints want £8-£10 for a cupronickel crownsized coin. We know it is strange, but the older coins are much cheaper than the new ones. This 1966 crown was issued to commemorate the Norman Conquest. It carries the two dates, 1066 and 1966 as well as featuring an unusual portrait of the Queen. Priced at much less than the newer issues, we know which are better value...
£8.95
Jersey, 2p 1990 BU_obv

Jersey, 2p 1990 BU

1990 2 Pence from Jersey in Brilliant Uncircualted
£1.95