New Stock 28 January 2021

This is a stock upload you don't want to miss, there are plenty of items in this new upload (more than usual), some are sure to be popular amongst our collectors, such as the follow up to the Roman Emperors Starter Collection others like the 2019 £10 Legend of the Ravens, the 2000 Maundy Set, and the 2019 £5 Commemorative of Queen Victoria's anniversary offered in the original Royal Mint presentation case, will probably not be available for a very long time...


Speaking of Queen Victoria, we are also offering you a beautiful Jubilee Head Halfcrown in Extremely Fine, a portrait that did not last long as Queen Victoria hated this design.

A rare coin from St.Helena featuring St.George slaying the Dragon is also featured on this upload, an impressive coin sold at an impressive price. Oh! but these are just some of the items featured in this new upload. We would hate to see you miss out on the items you want but unfortunately STOCK IS LIMITED...

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Elizabeth II, Maundy Set 2000

The issuing of Maundy coins goes back to the reign of Charles II, but, at the time, the coins were used as everyday money. It was not till later in the reign of King George III that actual sets of Maundy coins were issued. A Maundy set consists of four silver coins of 1d, 2d, 3d and 4d all of the same date. They were usually given out by the Monarch on Maundy Thursday. Normally we charge £245 for a Queen Elizabeth II Maundy Set, these are Choice Proof sets and, but as a Special offer, either it can be yours for only £220.
£220.00
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George IV, Farthing 2nd Type About VF

King George IV had a very short reign 1820-1830. The smallest denomination made for everyday usage was the Farthing. Struck in copper it had the King’s head in a laurel wreath with Britannia seated on the reverse. Not everyone knows that during this short reign there were two types of Farthing struck for circulation. The first type, struck between 1821-1826, has the king’s name written GEORGIUS IIII, the portrait has drapery on the shoulders and the date is below Britannia on the reverse. The second type of Farthing, struck between 1826-1830, has the king’s name spelt GEORGIUS IV, the portrait has no drapery and the date is on the obverse under the king’s portrait. We offer these coins in About Very Fine condition, they are not an easy coin to find in this grade. You can buy just one type if you are missing it in your collection or both and save some money.
£24.95
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George V, 10 Farthings Fine or Better

We recently bought three bags of King George V Farthings. They are all struck between 1911 and 1936, but we have not sorted them by date, they will be just as they come out of the sacks. Having glanced through a bag of these George V farthings the coins are in Fine or better condition. Richard didn’t look at the coins for dates, so we will sell them as they come. We will ask one of the staff who has little knowledge of British coins to just count them out. They came from a dealer who has been in coins for over 50 years and is now retiring. Here we are offering them as they come out of a sack, 10 pieces for £15.00.
£15.00
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George V, 25 Farthings Fine or Better

We recently bought three bags of King George V Farthings. They are all struck between 1911 and 1936, but we have not sorted them by date, they will be just as they come out of the sacks. Having glanced through a bag of these George V farthings the coins are in Fine or better condition. Richard didn’t look at the coins for dates, so we will sell them as they come. We will ask one of the staff who has little knowledge of British coins to just count them out. They came from a dealer who has been in coins for over 50 years and is now retiring. Here we are offering them as they come out of the sack, 25 pieces for £29.50.
£29.50
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George V, Florin 1921 (Silver) Circulated

In 1921 George V was our Monarch, Stalin was appointed General Secretary of the Communist Party, Mussolini became Prime Minister of Italy, Gandhi was arrested for sedition, and The Ottoman Empire fell after 600 years. The BBC had its first radio service in London, Tutankhamen’s tomb was discovered and Labour became the main opposition party. The first female Senator was elected in the United States, and the British Empire covered 1/4 of the world. Here are offering you the 1921 Silver Florin to commemorate 100 years of the passing of all of these events. All coins are struck in 500 fine Silver and are in selected circulated condition. Show them to your friends - they will be amazed that you have 100-year old coins in your possession. You can have any or all the coins from 1921, which today are officially antique coins.
£17.50
Picture of George VI, Coronation Crown 1937 Extremely Fine

George VI, Coronation Crown 1937 Extremely Fine

In 1937 King George VI was finally crowned and he had his Coronation. It had been a turbulent period with his father having died and his brother abdicating. He went through a lot and worse was to come in the shape of World War II. He did a splendid job considering how much pressure he was under. For his Coronation, the Royal Mint struck a special Crown in silver. Because of the war, this would be King George VI’s only silver crown to be issued. We have offered them in a lower grade recently, but a dealer sold us a nice group in Extremely Fine and that is what we are offering you now. The 1937 King George VI Silver Coronation Crown in Extremely Fine. These coins will all have a lustre and only the smallest amount of actual wear. Nice coins for your date or type collection.
£79.50