Elizabeth II, £5 (Queen's 70th Birthday) 1996 Silver Proof

If you're looking for a bargain, this is piece is certainly one. The Royal Mint has charged between £82.00-£88.00 for silver proof £5 pieces. You can have this 1996 Elizabeth II 70th Birthday £5 Silver Proof while stocks last for just £69.50. Get it while you can! It is certainly a bargain at our price.
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£69.50
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If you're looking for a bargain, this is piece is certainly one. The Royal Mint has charged between £82.00-£88.00 for silver proof £5 pieces. You can have this 2003 Coronation Anniversary £5 Silver Proof while stocks last for just £49.50. Get it while you can! It is certainly a bargain at our price of just £49.50.
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Mini Bag of 10 BU Halfpennies

To play Shove Halfpenny the first thing you need are 10 of the old pre-decimal Halfpennies, five for each player. Then you need a wooden board but almost any flat piece of wood will do, it is the Halfpennies that are the most important. After all you cannot play Shove Halfpenny without any Halfpennies. Coincraft has come to the rescue, with our Shove Halfpenny Mini Bag. You get a nice bag holding 10 1967 (the last year of issue) Halfpennies in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Five coins for each player. The coins are now some 53 years old, but in brand new condition from an original Mint sealed bag of coins. These would make an excellent holiday present along with a piece of wood to play the game on. You supply the board we supply the coins. A mini bag of 10 Brilliant Uncirculated Halfpennies just £8.95
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Picture of Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Charles & Diana Crown 1981 FDC in case

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Charles & Diana Crown 1981 FDC in case

Sterling Silver Proof Crown struck to commemorate the marriage of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. This was the last ever British Crown that the Royal Mint struck, after this, they only struck crown-sized coins but with a face value of £5.00 and not five shillings or 25 pence. Since the first Silver crown was issued under King Edward VI in 1551, a crown has had a face value of five shillings or twenty-five pence and this coin marked the end of that. The crown comes in an Official Royal Mint case with a certificate and is protected in a capsule so you can view both sides without getting your fingerprints on it.
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