Christmas Collectibles

As surprising as this may seem to some people alive today, Christmas is not about presents, drinking mulled wine, or eating Roast Turkey & Pigs in blankets (those are 'just' traditions), Christmas is a Christian religious celebration of the birth of Christ...

And whether you believe in Christ or not, there's no denying that Christ was an important figure in history. So what better way to mark His upcoming birthday than to present you with coins with his portrait, coins with depictions of Him and the Madonna, or even coins that were around during His lifetime?

But if you love our Christmas traditions as much as we do, why not remember them with our Set of 5 Silver Threepences for Christmas Puddingor our Set of 10 Different Christmas FDCs? If you want to add something special to your collection during this Holiday season, have a look at the 1787 Sixpence in Unc. These were only given during Christmas time to people important enough to deal with the Bank of England directly.

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Picture of 3 Groups of 5 Christmas Stamps

3 Groups of 5 Christmas Stamps

While sorting out one of vault rooms, one of our favourite colleagues came across a group of Mint, never used British stamps that celebrated Christmas. There is the clown 3d, the snowman of 1 Shilling and 6 pence, the doll’s house of 9d, the hobby horse of 4d and the toy train set of 1 Shilling and sixpence. All of these stamps were issued before 1971 and all are in Mint unused condition. There are five different mint stamps and we are going to give you three sets of the five stamps for a very attractive price.
£5.00
Bishops of Valence, Crusader Silver Denier (1st Crusade) 1157-1276 AD_obv

Bishops of Valence, Crusader Silver Denier (1st Crusade) 1157-1276 AD Very Fine

Valence is a town in Southern France, not far from Grenoble, it is dominated by the ancient cathedral of Saint Apollinaire which was consecrated by Pope Urban II in 1095 and completed in the early 12th century. Valence had been ruled by the Bishops from around the 4th-Century, these silver deniers were issued under their authority and were widely used by the early Crusaders to fund the religious wars in the Holy Land. The obverse shows a stylised angel with spread wings resembling an eagle with the legend around VRBS VALENTIAI (Ville de Valence). The reverse shows a cross with an annulet in one quarter with the legend S APOLLINARS (Saint Apollinaire).
£44.50
Byzantine Bronze Coin Of Christ Fine_obv

Byzantine Bronze Coin Of Christ Fine

These Byzantine bronze Follis are the first coins to portray Jesus Christ. They were issued in the 10th or 11th Century AD and have a portrait of Christ on one side and either a cross or lettering on the other. These coins are individually struck one at a time by hand, so the designs and strikes will differ. Here we offer these coins in Fine grade; they have a lot of detail. Not many are left, get one this Christmas as you might not get the chance to get one next Christmas...
£75.00
Picture of Byzantine Coin of Christ Very Good

Byzantine Coin of Christ Very Good

These Byzantine bronze Follis are the first coins to portray Jesus Christ. They were issued in the 10th or 11th Century AD and have a portrait of Christ on one side and either a cross or lettering on the other. These coins are individually struck one at a time by hand, so the designs and strikes will differ. Here we offer these coins in Very Good grade; they have a lot of detail for this grading. It has been sometime since we had so many nice examples.
£45.00
Picture of Coins and the Bible by R. Abdy & A. Dowler

Coins and the Bible by R. Abdy & A. Dowler

Coins and the Bible by Richard Abdy & Amelia Dowler Card covers, 121 pages, with colour illustrations throughout.
£12.50
George III 1787 Sixpence Extremely Fine_obv

George III, Sixpence 1787 Extremely Fine

These George III Sterling Silver 1787 Sixpences were only struck for circulation for just one year, 1787. What is even more interesting is that they were struck for the Bank of England to give out to their favoured clients around Christmas. You have King George III in an armoured bust on the obverse and four crowns and four shields on the reverse. Today the Royal Mint is charging £95 in Fine. The reverse in some ways is even more interesting than the obverse. As you have the arms of England, Ireland, Scotland, Hanover and France. The coins on offer are very high grade and becoming very difficult to find these days. They are available in Extremely Fine. Remember that this coin is now over 230 years old and in very high quality.
£135.00

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