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...
As part of our mini bag series, I offer the Sixpence Mini Bag. You get a handsome plush little bag or purse into which we have put 6 cupronickel Sixpences. You will get 3 George VI Sixpences and 3 Queen Elizabeth II Sixpences. Dates of our choice, but you get six sixpences, they make great little gifts for brides to be. The George VI coins were issued 1947-1952 and the Queen Elizabeth II coins were issued 1953-1967. All coins are in selected circulated condition. You get all six sixpences in the little purse for just £7.95, which is less than some marketers are charging for just 1 coin.
One of our sources managed to supply 98 sets of these Spanish coin sets. First you get the set of 3 coins (1, 5 & 25 Pesetas) issued under Franco. Then you get 3 other coins (1, 5 & 25 Pesetas) issued under Juan Carlos. Finally you get 3 coins issued under King Juan Carlos but for The 1982 Football World Cup. You get a total of 9 different Spanish coins, showing two rulers and one with Football commemorative coins. The coins are circulated but have been specially selected for our collectors. Remember just 98 sets of 9 coins available.
The tiny island of St. Helena, where Napoleon died, has honoured St. George slaying the dragon, with a beautiful Sterling Silver Proof crown. This was originally designed by Pistrucci for the new coinage of George III in 1818. It is still being used on our Gold Sovereigns today. They issued a crownsized 25 Pence in 2013 with H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and St. George slaying the dragon on the reverse. To make it even more impressive they have highlighted the Sterling Silver Proof St. George and the dragon crown, in gold. Each choice Proof coin comes in a protective capsule. But supplies are very limited on a Rare and most impressive coin. I think the price is also impressive. Today the mints would charge about £80-£85 for this coin, but NOT Coincraft. We bought them right, we sell them right.
Here is a wonderful crown issued by TDC (Tristan da Cunha) for the Diamond Jubilee of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II in 2012. They are full crownsized, plated in gold and have a full colour photo on the obverse. Our supplies are very limited.
In 1976, the United States celebrated the bi-centennial of gaining freedom from…. the US! Yes, it was over two hundred years ago that the two nations split, fiscally but not emotionally. The US Mint made new designs for the 25c, 50c and $1 coins. We knew we had some of the 1976 Quarters or 25c pieces in Proof, the only problem was finding them? Well, 4-5 years later, here they are. We never lose anything, but we do misplace the odd coin or two. You have a drummer beating his drum with a flame in a circle behind. It is a one year design, Choice Proof coins, struck in cupronickel by the US Mint and finally available to you again!