New Stock April 2022 (British Coins)

Whilst going through the British Coins available on our website we realized that we were lacking Hammered coins... we quickly got to work and not only did we come up with some coins for our website, but we created another category just for Hammered Coins. Because why not? There are enough hammered coin collectors out there to present the stock we have available in one category. And if you're thinking about starting a collection, start by visiting this page and learn more about hammered coinage.

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Charles I, Halfcrown (1625-1649) Fine/Very Fine_obv

Charles I, Halfcrown Tower Mint, mm Bell (1625-1649) Good Fine

Charles I (1625-49) Halfcrown, Tower Mint, Type 3a, mm Bell (1634-35). Good Fine, dark tone.
Charles I, Halfcrown (1625-1649) Good Very Fine_obv

Charles I, Halfcrown, Tower Mint, Type 3a, Mm Small Eye. Good Very Fine

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, Tower Mint Under Parliament, Type 3a, Mm Small Eye. Good Very Fine.
Edward III, Groat (Pre-Treaty) London Very Fine_obv

Edward III, Groat (Pre-Treaty) London Very Fine

Edward III (1327-77) Pre-Treaty Period, Groat, London Mint. MM Cross 1, class C, Lombardic M's. Good Very Fine and toned. A little edge loss at 12 o'clock.
Edward III, Penny (Third "Florin coinage) London Mint Very Fine_obv

Edward III, Penny (Third "Florin" coinage) London Mint Very Fine

c.1344-1351. Class 4/I. Reversed N's obverse, Lombardic N's on reverse. Attractive grey tone and Very Fine.
Edward IV, Groat (Second reign) Very Fine_obv

Edward IV, Groat (Second Reign) Mm Pierced Cross About Very Fine

Edward IV, Second Reign (1471-83) Groat, London Mint, Mm Pierced Cross, Cinquefoil after DON. About Very Fine
Edward VI, Shilling 1549 Very Fine_obv

Edward VI, Shilling (Second Debased Issue) 1549 MDXLIX Very Fine

Bust 4, Mintmark Roman 'Y', Southwark Mint. 5.17g, S.2466B Profile issue of the young King, the first dated coin in this country, dated in Roman Numerals. The portrait Very Fine for issue and a nice collectable example of the earliest dated coin from this country.