New Stock August 2022 (Part II)

It's August the summer is almost over, and many of our staff are still on holiday, and also many of our collectors seem to be on holiday. Although usually around this time, things start to pick up and we get busy. But for the time being, things are still manageable. This time of the year is also somewhat dangerous for us, as we know that Richard is probably sitting in his office feeling bored right now... And when he gets bored he comes up with ideas, and when he comes up with ideas, the rest of the staff gets busy, and our collectors usually get more than what they bargained for.

That is what happened in 1985 when he decided to strike a 20-year commemorative edition of the 1965 souvenir peso he had had a hand in striking, the Tower Mint examples are now gone, but we still have some examples struck by the Commonwealth Mint. Grab yours while stock lasts.

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2003 £1 Egyptian Arch Bridge Silver Proof Patern_rev

Elizbeth II, £1 (Egyptian Arch Bridge) 2003 Silver Proof Pattern

£1 2003 Egyptian Arch Bridge Silver Proof Patern.
£75.00
2003 £1 Menai Straits Bridge Silver Proof Patern_rev

Elizbeth II, £1 (Menai Straits Bridge) 2003 Silver Proof Pattern

£1 2003 Menai Straits Bridge Silver Proof Patern.
£75.00
George V, Double Florin (Copper) Patina Proof_obv

George V, Double Florin (Copper) Patina Proof

The Royal Mint only made Double Florins (4 Shillings or 20p) coins for Queen Victoria from 1887-1890. They did make patterns during the reign of George V, George VI, and Elizabeth II, but none were ever released for circulation. International Numismatic Agency decided to add Double Florins to their Patina or retro pattern series. Presented here is the Geroge V Double Florin. Supplies are very limited and prices are going to go up. Get them while you can and while prices are still very reasonable.
£22.95
Elizabeth II_Type_Set_Collections

George VI / Elizabeth II Type Set Collections

This is both the 70th anniversary of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II becoming our Queen and the 70th anniversary of the death of her father King George VI. Next time they are going to cost a lot more money… The George VI coins were mostly struck in cupro-nickel and bronze. The collection contains Farthing, Halfpenny, Penny, Brass Threepence, Sixpence, English Shilling, Scottish Shilling, Florin, and Halfcrown. We are offering them as a type set so dates will vary. The Queen Elizabeth II collection will contain the Farthing, Halfpenny, Penny, Brass Threepence, Sixpence, English Shilling, Scottish Shilling, Florin, and Halfcrown. All coins are in selected circulated condition and it took over a year to get all the coins together, sort them by type and select the correct condition. There are a total of 18 different coins and some of them are very difficult to find. We are going to sell the collection of 18 different George VI and Elizabeth II coins at a special price of just for £24.50, our normal price would be £37.50 that saves you £13.00 a collection, limit of just 3 collections per collector. After all they make excellent gifts.
£24.50
Indian Princely States, Coorg, Gold Fanam, ca. 1700-1830_obv

India, Indian Princely States, Coorg, Gold Fanam, ca. 1700-1830.

If you are looking for an affordable Indian gold coin then look no further. These tiny ‘fanams’ are just the thing! From Southern India, showing a stylised boar standing right and on the reverse a stylised lion standing right with a crescent above, also referred to as asardula, a popular motif in Indian art, weighing around 0.35 to 0.4 grams with a diameter of around 7mm. Beautiful little gold coins at an affordable price!
£69.50
Licinius A.D. 308-324: Constantine the Great’s rival_obv

Licinius A.D. 308-324: Constantine the Great’s rival!

Born around the year A.D. 265 in Roman Dacia, Licinius grew up with the future emperor Galerius and they served in the Roman army together. Galerius later appointed him Augustus in the West in A.D. 308. Following the deaths of Galerius, Maximinus II and Maxentius, the empire was left under the control of Licinius and Constantine the Great in A.D. 313. Licinius married Constantine’s half-sister, Constantia, to improve relations but in reality, both men only wanted control of the whole empire! They fought on and off until A.D. 324 when Constantine defeated Licinius first at Hadrianopolis and then at Chrysopolis. Licinius surrendered and, thanks to his wife, was sent to retirement. In A.D. 325 Licinius and his son were both hanged on the orders of Constantine for plotting. We offer you a bronze coin struck for Licinius which shows his bust on the obverse with various reverses. We can provide two grades, Fine and Very Fine, and as we have not been able to offer these for a long while we expect they will sell fast! Get the coin of Constantine the Great’s ultimate rival and imagine, what could the world be like if he had won.
£25.50