New Stock April 2021 (Part II)

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue... you know how the rest of the rhyme goes, don't you?

On this new stock upload, we really do have something old and something new (new by our standards), but nothing is borrowed and only two items are blue. We do however have Sixpences, but you don't have to give them to a bride if you don't want to.

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George V, Shilling 1927 Proof

In 1927 the Royal Mint issued a Proof Set of the new coinage of King George V. These were the only 500 fine Silver Proof coins of King George V that you can get. We bought a small group of these beautiful King George V 1927 Shillings in Proof condition and we are now offering them to you. But please remember that these are they only King George V Shillings of this type that you can get in Proof. Yes there were a few VIP Proofs made of other dates, but if you don’t want to spend £3,000 then these are for you.
£75.00
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Henry III, Penny (Canterbury) Silver Very Fine

In the reign of King Henry III, the only coin that was made was a Silver Penny. Some of these coins were cut in half or in quarters to make Halfpennies and Farthings, but the Silver Penny was the only coin actually issued. The newest of these coins is almost 750 years old. You have the crowned facing portrait of Henry on the obverse and a cross on the reverse. These Silver Pennies we have on offer were struck in the city of Canterbury, which we think makes them even more interesting. Each coin was struck by hand one at a time. The coins on offer are in Very Fine condition, which is quite a high grade for this English Silver coin. Supplies are limited and we know you will love owning this 750-year-old Silver Penny.
£159.50
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Lead Karshapana Of Mulananda, Ca AD 200

The Chutus ruled a kingdom centred around the city of Banavasi in present-day Karnataka, Southern India, for over two centuries, from around AD 125-345. These coins are struck in lead, belonging to the ruler Mulananda, and struck around AD 200, showing an arched hill with a river motif below on the obverse and a tree within a railed lattice on the reverse. Rather simple but quite beautiful coins which are now over 1800 years old. Very limited supply.
£29.95
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Peru, 10 Soles 1973 (Tupac Amaru)

This halfcrown sized Peruvian coin was issued in 1973, that is more than 40 years ago. On the reverse is a native of Peru with a big hat and very long hair. The reverse has the arms of Peru with a Llama in a shield surrounded by a wreath made of two different types of leaves. It is a beautiful coin and one you don’t often see as the coins of South American countries when seen in this country are usually in well circulated condition. We only have 80 pieces available and when they are gone…
£6.50
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Royal Mint Zodiac Year of the Bull

This scarce small rectangular medal was issued by the Royal Mint and placed in a gold proof sets. So if you wanted it, you had to buy a gold proof set and then take it out. We believe they are gold plated rather than gold. Here we offer the 1997 medal for the Chinese year of the year of the Bull. We bought it from someone who actually broke up these gold proof sets. After all, that was the only way to get it...
£8.95
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Royal Mint Zodiac Year of the Cock

This scarce small rectangular medal was issued by the Royal Mint and placed in a gold proof sets. So if you wanted it, you had to buy a gold proof set and then take it out. We believe they are gold plated rather than gold. Here we offer the 1993 medal for the Chinese year of the Cock. We bought it from someone who actually broke up these gold proof sets. After all, that was the only way to get them...
£8.95