These sets were made up by the same man who made up the sets of 501 different world coins. This time he made up sets of 300 different world coins, all the coins are at least 42 years old, some much older. There are Uncirculated coins, used coins, some coins that are very old, but all 300 coins are different and should please everyone. He even put a couple of the old large British Pennies in the sack to balance it out. Remember that no coin is newer than 42 years old and in many cases, much older. You get 300 different world coins for only £85.00, that works out to less than 30 pence a coin. It would be impossible to put together a similar collection today at anything near this price. We have less than 100 collections in stock; get them while you can…
Way up high in the middle of the mountains that include Mount Everest, the small but exotic country of the Kingdom of Bhutan is situated. Intertwined dragons make up its coat of arms and the country is more interested in being happy than in anything else. How it got involved in the Royal Mint’s programme for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations we will never know, but they sure did. On one side there is a portrait of the late leader of the United Nations, Dag Hammarskjold. The reverse has those intertwined dragons. This is full crownsized, in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and from a country that doesn’t issue a lot of coins, then again this crown was issued in 1995. We think that we are perhaps the only coin firm that has them for sale. We also think you will like our prices, after all, we did buy them some time ago…
The Democratic Republic of the Congo issued a series of Proof Crowns or 10 Francs in 2010 to honour real and fantasy Warriors of the World. Here we are offering the Zulu Warrior made famous by the movie about Rorke’s Drift. Each silver plated crown is struck in gleaming Proof condition and we think we bought most of the mintage.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo issued a series of Proof Crowns or 10 Francs in 2010 to honour real and fantasy Warriors of the World. Here we offer the English Archer, famous for showing two fingers to the French. Each silver plated crown is struck in gleaming Proof condition and we think we bought most of the mintage.
We can now offer you the complete collection of King George VI Silver Sixpences. From the Coronation issue in 1937 to the last Silver Sixpence ever made in 1946. All coins are in selected circulated condition and you get every date, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945 and of course 1946. You will note that this collection also includes the complete World War II date set as well. At one time the Royal Mint were selling these coins individually in a fancy box for £26.00 each! That would have made this collection costing you £260.00!!! But not at Coincraft. No fancy boxes just good honest coins for good honest coin collectors. We have managed to put together only 100 complete collections, no fancy boxes just down to earth prices. At Coincraft we sell coins and not packaging. You can display or package these coins any way you want, but you don’t pay for packaging you don’t want and cannot use.
Louis I ‘the great’ was king of Hungary, Croatia and Poland between 1342-1382 and this issue was one of the last he issued between 1373 and 1382. This type was struck by the Saracenus brothers Johannes and Jacobus who operated mints at the time to strike coins for the king. The Saracenus brothers were of Italian descent and the Saracen’s head appeared on their coat of arms. The legend around the head reads MONETA LODOVICI – Money of Lajos (Louis). On the reverse is a double cross with the legend REGIS HUNGARIE – King of Hungary. These coins grade Good Very Fine
Sometime ago there was a little hoard of Portuguese Indian silver coins discovered. The thing about them was the condition, they were in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and almost never seen in such high grades. We have handled more of the hoard than almost any other dealer, but what was not disclosed was that the Rupia was Scarce. You now have the opportunity to add this beautiful Brilliant Uncirculated Silver one year only type coins from Portuguese India to your collection. The hoard has been dispersed and they are now becoming more difficult to find and their prices are going up.
Yes, there is a Crown out that honours the 400th Anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth I. And Coincraft has the worldwide distribution rights to this important Crown. It has a beautiful rendition of Elizabeth I as taken from her coinage and the reverse has the Arms of the Somali Republic, the denomination 250 Shillings, and the date 2003. Mintages are very small, in Uncirculated Cupronickel it is only 1,000 pieces. A wonderful low mintage Crown for the 400th Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth I only available from Coincraft and priced right! A Gothic Crown can cost £2,000.00.
During the move to the new customer service department, we found a hell of a lot of coins that we had forgotten we owned. Amongst them, a large group of United States Kennedy Half Dollars in Proof condition. These were issued between 1971 and today. While the Kennedy is no longer issued for circulation, they still issue them for mint and proof sets… We want to clear out the space, so we are going to make you a fantastic offer on Proof Kennedy Half Dollars. Normally we would charge £5.95-£7.95 per coin. But this is a very special offer and one you should not miss. I will give you two (2) different Kennedy half dollars in Proof condition for just £7.95. These are bargain priced, while our supplies last. When we replace them, our replacement cost will be this price or more. So get them while you can: 2 different Proof Kennedy Half Dollars for just £7.95!
We are offering for sale the Queen Victoria 1890 Farthing Brilliant Uncirculated for £30.00 even though the current catalogue price is £90.00. Because of the way they were stored there are a few dark spots on them. The coins have never circulated and have mint lustre. Supplies are very limited.
The first design of the coins of Queen Victoria are known as the Young Head design, as they show her as a 17 year old, even though this design was to be used for the next 50 years! The largest Silver coin that was regularly struck for circulation, you have the Young Head of Queen Victoria on one side with the date. These Young Head Halfcrowns were made from 1839-1887. Dates will be of our choice, but the more you order, the more different dates we will try and give you, but no rare dates are included. The largest silver coin made regularly for everyday usage; we can offer them in Fair and Very Good condition. The first coins of Queen Victoria’s long reign and now at least 125 years old.