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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Royal Mint Zodiac Year of the Dragon

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 2000 medal for the Chinese year of the Dragon. We bought them from someone who actually broke up these gold proof sets, after all, that was the only way to get them.
£8.95
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Royal Mint Zodiac Year of the Tiger

This scarce small rectangular medals 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 1998 medal for the Chinese year of the Tiger. We bought them from someone who actually broke up these gold proof sets. After all that was the only way to get them...
£8.95
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Severus Alexander Nicaea Fine

Born around A.D.208 Alexander was put on the throne in A.D. 222, the last of the Severan Dynasty. The young emperor was popular with the people but relied heavily on his mother, Julia Mamaea, alienating the army who eventually murdered them both in A.D. 235 in Mainz, Germany. These bronze coins were struck throughout his reign in the city of Nicaea, the modern Turkish town of Iznik. It is famous historically for the later Council of Nicaea in A.D. 325 by Constantine the Great which formed the basis for Christianity today. These coins have Greek writing, show Severus Alexander’s bust on the obverse with three or four army standards on the reverse. We offer them here in Fine. Get a coin almost 1800 years old from the birthplace of the Christian Creed.
£19.95
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St Helena / Liberia Golden Jubilee Cover

In 2002 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Golden Jubilee 1952-2002. To honour this event the island of St. Helena issued a special crown showing the Queen’s crown on a cushion and the word ‘Accession’. Mercury Covers put this unusual crown into a large sized First Day Cover (FDC) with two $35 stamps honouring the Queen from Liberia. It was then cancelled with a special date cancellation. The crown is in Prooflike condition and is most unusual and one you just don’t find around. The cover also has a large full colour double photograph of the Queen. We were only able to get 50 of these large Crown Covers, after all, they are now over 18 years old.
£17.50
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Uganda, 100 Shillings 2010 Lion

This large-sized crown from Uganda depicts a Lion. Issued in 2010 as part of the ‘Man Eaters’ series these are extra large-sized 100 Shillings or crowns. They look to be silver, but are in fact are heavily silver plated. On the reverses are the arms of Uganda two animals on either side of a native shield. The reverse has a full-colour photograph of the lion. They are in choice-proof condition and they come in a protective capsule. They are beautiful, and this is the first time we have been able to offer them. We have kept the prices as low as possible and you would have trouble finding them elsewhere...
£9.95
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Uganda, 100 Shillings 2010 Mountain Lion

This large-sized crown from Uganda depicts a Mountain Lion. Issued in 2010 as part of the ‘Man Eaters’ series these are extra large-sized 100 Shillings or crowns. They look to be silver, but are in fact are heavily silver plated. On the reverses are the arms of Uganda two animals on either side of a native shield. The reverse has a full-colour photograph of the mountain lion. They are in choice-proof condition and they come in a protective capsule. They are beautiful, and this is the first time we have been able to offer them. We have kept the prices as low as possible and you would have trouble finding them elsewhere...
£9.95