New Stock 21 February 2020

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Aurelian Billon Antoninianus GVF

After a long and successful career in the army Aurelian was declared emperor by his troops on the death of Claudius II Gothicus in A.D. 270. His reputation alone defeated his rival Quintillus who committed suicide after his troops deserted. His short, violent five year reign saw the defeat of the rebellious ‘Palmyrene Empire’ in the East and the breakaway ‘Gallic Empire’ in the west, restoring the fractured Roman Empire to its largest size in 15 years. He also began the construction of a great defensive wall around the city of Rome, large sections of which are still standing today. As was common at the time, he died at the hands of his own men in A.D. 275. We offer Billon Antoninianus of Aurelian in Good Very Fine condition showing his radiate bust on the obverse and with various reverses. As always with coins of this period some will have weaker reverses, the first to order will get the best!
£49.50

Australia, George V Penny in Fine

We just found a small bag of King George V pennies, but they are all struck and issued in Australia. Don’t forget Australia only had its own copper coinage since 1911 and that carried the portrait of King George V. These are nice coins and will average Fine condition. They are the same size as the British penny of that time, just that a lot fewer of them were made and they are harder to get here. Dates of our choice and there are no rare dates in the parcel. But the more coins you order, the more different dates we will try and give you.
£3.95

Edward I, Canterbury Penny Very Good

It is strange the King Edward I silver pennies were always so common and readily available. Today they are getting harder and harder to find. Remember that during the reign of King Edward I (1272-1307) the only coin made was the silver penny. It was such good quality of silver, that they were illegally exported, melted down and then recoined with a lower quality of silver. Sometime ago we bought part of a very famous hoard of Edward I silver pennies, known as the Montrave Hoard and discovered in 1877. We have seen common mints from this hoard being sold for up to £195. We legally bought the declared hoard and we are selling them for a hell of a lot less money. The hoard is known as the Montrave Hoard and it was legally declared to the Government and so it is legal to own today. We are offering them by the Town or City they were struck in and all will grade Very Good or better. Here we present the Canterbury Penny. Get it while you still can…
£89.50

Elizabeth II, £2 Silver Britannia, 2020

We have just had our first supply of the NEW 2020 Silver Britannia. Each coin contains 1 ounce of pure silver, 31.1 grams, is in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition, and has a face value of £2.00. A beautiful and most reasonable series and one that you can add to your collection at a realistic price.
£34.50

Elizabeth II, 50 Pence Dictionary, 2005 Silver Proof

In 2005 the Royal Mint issued a commemorative 50 Pence to honour the 250th anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language. Without this momentous work, we wouldn’t know what a lot of words mean today. You have a series of words on one side with the inscription ‘Johnson’s Dictionary 1755’. The other side has a portrait of H.M. the Queen and this coin is struck in Proof Sterling Silver. This is also a coin that is missing from many collections, especially in Silver. We believe our price for this older and very important commemorative coin, is less than what the Royal Mint will be charging for this year’s commemorative. Supplies are limited...
£49.50

Elizabeth II, Complete Date Set of Sixpences

The complete collection of Queen Elizabeth II Sixpences from the Coronation year 1953 until they ceased striking Sixpences for everyday usage in 1967. The Sixpence or Tanner, as it was called, was one of the most liked coins of its day. In fact, it was so well-liked that it was still legal tender till well after decimalization came into effect! You'll get all the dates: 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958. 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967. All the scarce and rare dates are included. All coins are struck in cupro-nickel and are in selected circulated condition. There are 15 different dates and you get all 15 of them.
£14.95 £12.50

Elizabeth II, Proof Gold Sovereign, 2003

Proof in original capsule
Call for pricing

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound in capsule, 1987 FDC

With English 'Oak Tree' reverse, issued as part of a 4-coin series to honour the constiuent parts of the UK.
£39.50

Finland, 7 Coin Mint Set

Seven coins from 1967-1984, 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Pennia plus the 1 and 5 Markkaa. This a very difficult set to put together, especially in Uncirculated condition
£9.95

George III, Shillling, 1787 Very Fine

Sterling Silver Shilling dated 1787 with the arms of Hanover and France on the reverse.
£99.50

George V, Rocking Horse Commemorative Crown, 1935 Unc

We recently purchased a small group of the 1935 George V Silver Jubilee Crowns. This was the first-ever commemorative crown issued and it was for the King’s 25th anniversary or Silver Jubilee on the throne. You have the bust of the King on one side and a most unusual rendition of St. George slaying the dragon on the other side. In fact, our owner was the first person to call it ‘The Rocking Horse Crown’ as that was what it looked like. This crown was only struck in 1935 for King George V’s Diamond Jubilee. Although there was the Great Depression on, the public loved this Crown and the Royal Mint had to strike more of them than anticipated. Now over 80 years later it is still highly collected, but it is one of the best value Crowns around. We can offer you this 1935 Silver Jubilee Crown struck in Silver and in Uncirculated condition.
£69.50

George V, Rocking Horse Crown, 1935 Choice Unc

In 1935 the Royal Mint issued its first ever-commemorative Crown. It was for the 25th Anniversary, the Jubilee, of King George V. He had reigned from 1910 until 1935 and the Mint wanted to honour him and his Jubilee. On the reverse is a very stylised St. George slaying the dragon. Years ago, when Richard first saw this coin he said: ‘it looks like a rocking horse’. The numismatic trade picked that up and from that day until now, it is known as the Rocking Horse Crown. It was only issued for one year and was struck in .500 fine Silver. It is an important coin, as the King died the very next year. We have just purchased a nice little group of these coins in high grade and offer them to you now. The group was rather small, so if you want one, I suggest that you get in quickly. They are available in Uncirculated condition.
£79.50

George VI, Coronation Proof Set in Leather Case, 1937

15 coin proof set from Farthing to Crown including Maundy set
£575.00

Golden Jubilee Sierra Leone Coin Cover

It is now some 17 years since H. M. the Queen celebrated her 50th anniversary of being our Monarch. It was celebrated with this handsome First Day Cover and Crown and now you can add one to your collection. The cover shows the Queen in bright pink coat. The coin shows the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. The crown is from one of her most remote territories, Sierra Leone. The crown is struck in Proof cupro-nickel. I don’t know what the original issue price was, but I think that our price of just £9.50 is very reasonable considering that this crown and cover is now 17 years old.
£9.50

Golden Jubilee St. Helena Coin Cover

It is now some 17 years since H. M. the Queen celebrated her 50th anniversary of being our Monarch. It was celebrated with this handsome First Day Cover and Crown and now you can add one to your collection. The cover shows the Queen in colour during her Coronation sitting on her throne. The coin shows her crown sitting on a cushion with H. M. on the reverse. The crown is from one of her most remote territories, Saint Helena. The crown is struck in Proof cupro-nickel. I don’t know what the original issue price was, but I think that our price of just £9.50 is very reasonable considering that this crown and cover is now 17 years old.
£9.50

New Guinea, Edward VIII Brass

The Edward VIII pieces from New Guinea feature their magnificent bird, the Bird of Paradise. It was about the time of his reign that they discovered in the middle of Papua New Guinea over one million people that they didn’t know existed. It is a rather mysterious and exciting country and one that is unknown to most of us. We can offer the crownsized Edward VIII medallic patterns from New Guinea. They are one of the most beautiful of the series and not the easiest to find. Available in Uncirculated Brass.
£19.50

Rhodesia, Elizabeth II, Pair Unc

Rhodesia went through a whole heap of problems, the British Government wouldn’t speak to them and the world cut them out. Despite that, these last two coins of Rhodesia still carry a portrait of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II, which makes the very desirable and quite scarce, especially Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The country went through several name changes and Unilateral Declaration of Independence in 1965. These two coins are ones that we usually have in only ones or two’s, but a collector delivered 100 pieces of each, the 25 Cent of 1964 and the 10 Cent of 1964. Both coins have H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. In the BlueCard Flyer when I have one on offer in the minor coin listing, we are swamped with orders. Now I have 100 of each, get them while you can, these are important coins of our Queen and of Rhodesia.
£18.50

Rome Commemorative AEF

This is one of a handful of very interesting commemorative issues struck by Constantine the Great. The type offered here is the other of the more affordable types and was made to reaffirm Rome as the centre of the empire in A.D. 330. They are made from bronze and show the Goddess of the city, ‘Roma’, in a helmet and war gear on the obverse. The reverse shows the She-Wolf suckling the babies Romulus and Remus. This is to symbolise the origin story of the founding of Rome. But what makes these coins so interesting is how well they have survived! At this time bronze coins would circulate so heavily that it is very hard to find them in a good grade. We have a small collection of this commemorative from 1400 years ago in this exceptional About Extremely Fine grade. You can have this well-preserved coin depicting the mythical origins of Rome and the Goddess of the city for just £69.50.
£69.50

Russia, Alexander II Patina Silver, 1856

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. We have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this crownsize Alexander II Coronation Patina in Silver Proof for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£39.50

Russia, Constantine Patina Silver, 1825

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. We have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this crownsize Constantine Patina in Silver Proof for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£39.50

Russia, Nicholas II Coronation Patina Silver, 1896

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. We have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this crownsize Nicholas II Coronation Patina in Silver Proof for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£39.50

Russia, Nicholas II Patina 1917 (Family) Silver

In July 1918 Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia and first-cousin to King George V was assassinated. The shooting happened in a fortified mansion in the town of Ekaterinburg, in the Ural Mountains and would bring about tremendous change to Russia and the world. On that night, Nicholas II, ex-tsarina Alexandra, their five children, and their four remaining servants, including their family doctor were awoken by the Bolsheviks and taken into the cellar of the mansion. The entire family and their servants were then slaughtered. The massacre brought an end to a 300-year-old dynasty and further established the Bolsheviks as the ruling power in Russia. Our price for this piece is about half of what the Royal Mint charges for a similar piece (£82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin) with a much higher mintage. At just £39.95 this Silver Patina honouring the Romanov family is a great addition to a World Coin/Patina Retro Patterns collection of historical figures. Supplies are limited though...
£39.50

Russia, Patina Nicholas II Accession Patina 1894 Silver

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. I have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this Nicholas I Silver Proof Russian Patina for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£49.50