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Isle Of Man £2 1997 Racing Cars_obv

Isle Of Man £2 1997 Racing Cars

We have found a number of interesting £2 coins from the Isle of Man. They were minted in 1997 and are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The obverse shows the third portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, and the reverse has 3 vintage racing cars. These coins were struck in virenium, a metal alloy often used for medals and commemorative coins and which consists of copper, nickel and zinc.
£24.95
Picture of Isle of Man Queen Mother 80th Birthday Comm Crown

Isle of Man Queen Mother 80th Birthday Comm Crown

In 1980 when the Queen Mother turned 80, a number of countries issued special commemorative crowns to honour the event. The Isle of Man was such a place. This handsome crown is struck in Uncirculated cupro-nickel. You have a facing portrait of the Queen Mother on one side and on the other you have a profile portrait of her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II. These crowns are now 39 years old and in Uncirculated condition.
£7.50
Isle of Man, 2p 1998 BU_obv

Isle of Man, 2p 1998 BU

1998 Isle of Man 2 Pence in Brilliant Uncircualted condition
£2.45
Isle of Man, 2p 2000 BU_obv

Isle of Man, 2p 2000 BU

2000 Isle of Man 2 Pence in Brilliant Uncircualted condition
£2.45
Isle of Man, Half Penny 1733, UNC with lustre_obv

Isle of Man, Half Penny 1733, UNC with lustre

Struck in 1733 for James Stanley the 10th Earl of Derby to provide small change for commerce. Uncirculated with some lustre.
£345.00
Isle of Man_Penny_Token_1830_About_Very_Fine_obv

Isle of Man, Penny Token 1830 About Very Fine

These very interesting tokens, although dated 1830, depict the portrait of King George III of Great Britain instead of the monarch at that time, King George IV. They were issued by both John Caine and two members of his family, John McTurk and a Mr. Carter originating from Castletown, so they became known as ‘McTurk’, ‘Caine’ and ‘Carter’ tokens. They were issued, as with most token coinage, during a period of chaos when there was a desperate shortage of small copper change available, as was the case on the island at the time with no legal currency having been struck since the 1813 issue. They grade About Very Fine but limited availability.
£39.50

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