After presenting you with something different in the last stock upload, we are now presenting you with some classic Coincraft items, that we think you would be interested in. Because while we think it’s always good to show you different things, we try our best to present our customers with the right items for your collection. So here are a few items that are likely to sold out soon!!!
Richard is proud to be a dual British and American national, but, there is one day each year when he feels confused. And that day is the 4th of July. For Americans, it is a day to celebrate their independence from the British. For the British, it is the day they lost the American Colony. When The Worth Collection offered us a set of five medallions to celebrate the 4th of July Richard did not know what to do. Then he saw the collection and his mind was made up. It is a fantastic set and well worth having. You get five crown sized medals with full-colour paintings of battles being waged. You have the British red coats, the Americans with their flags flowing and it was after all almost 250 years ago. They are in Proof condition with reverse reading United States of America Independence Day 4th July. Just to show that we are fair to both sides, instead of the usual price of £22.50 we are going to offer them at just £19.50. And that's because Richard cannot make up his mind. He wants both sides to win!
Armenia has only been striking coins for general usage since 2003. We are proud to be able to offer this scarce 6-coin Mint Set with all the coins issued in 2003, except the 10 Dram, which was not minted until 2004. You get the 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500 Dram coins in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The catalogue price is $18.50 in Uncirculated condition and this set is in Brilliant Uncirculated. A very difficult set to find and get out of the country. The first time that we have had it to offer. We were only allowed to buy 100 sets, so if you want/need this set, please get in quickly.
In the reign of King Edward I, 1272-1307, the largest denomination in circulation was the Silver Penny. They were of a such good silver quality that they were illegally exported and melted down. You have a facing portrait of the King on the obverse and a cross on the reverse. This cross facilitated the cutting of the coin to make farthings or half pennies. We can also supply them from the London and the Canterbury Mint. These were the largest denomination struck over 700 years ago.