New Stock April 2021

We are very excited about the items in this new upload! And that is because we now have the very popular Ancient Greek Coin – the Athenian Owl in two different conditions,nice examples of the Jubilee Head coinage of Queen Victoria, High-grade Silver Shillings of King Geroge VI, and all the Sterling Silver Threepences of Edward VII from 1902-1910.

Some of these items have VERY LIMITED AVAILABILITY, so be quick to the checkout page if you want to see them in your collection.

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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1907 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1907 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1908 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1908 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1909 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1909 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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Edward VII, Silver Threepence 1910 VG+

Of all the Monarchs who issued coins in the 20th Century, the most difficult one to get coins from is King Edward VII. That is because his reign was so short, in fact they only issued coins dated from 1902 until 1910. Here offer the 1909 Threepence, the smallest silver coin issued for Edward VII. It was struck in Sterling Silver, and promise that all the coins will be in at least Very Good condition. Remember that this coin is now over 110 years old!
£7.95
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George III, Bahamas Patina Pewter

This is a fantastic crownsized Patina retro pattern, struck for Bahamas under the reign of King George III. They used the same bust as used on the Bank of England Dollar. Best of all they are struck in Pewter and are gleaming Prooflike examples. Most think of Pewter as a dull metal, they are wrong these are brilliant Prooflike pieces. The reverse shows a sailing ship. Supplies are limited and if you are interested in ships...
£14.50
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George VI, Shilling (English) Silver High Grade

We have just bought a nice group of high grade King George VI Silver Shillings. These are the last Silver Shillings ever to be made for circulation. They were made between 1937 and 1946 and there are two reverses, one for England (presented here) and one for Scotland. The coins are in Extremely Fine or better condition, but as we bought them as a lot, we are going to sell them unchecked. Dates will be as they come out of the bag, but the quality will always be high and they are the last type of Shilling ever to be made in silver for general usage.
£14.00