New Stock February 2022 (Part II)

A lot has been happening recently in the world, and many things might change in the near future. But you can be sure that our passion for coin collecting will remain the same, and we will continue to provide you with inspiration, and ideas for your collection, and obviously coins...

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Australia, George VI, 1948 Threepence Silver

Australia, George VI, 1948 Threepence Silver

Steve came across this box of Australian Threepences all struck in silver and all of King George VI. They are in selected circulated condition, Australia struck their coins in silver long after we had given up. We're guessing they just had more silver to dig out than we did. Nice coins of Australia of the late King George VI and we believe it is the first time that we have offered them.
£3.95
Australia, George VI, 1949 Threepence Silver_obv

Australia, George VI, 1949 Threepence Silver

Australian 1949 Threepence in selected circulated condition.
£3.95
Australia, George VI, 1950 Threepence Silver_obv

Australia, George VI, 1950 Threepence Silver

Australian 1950 Threepence in selected circulated condition.
£3.95
Australia, George VI, 1951 Threepence Silver_obv

Australia, George VI, 1951 Threepence Silver

Australian 1951 Threepence in selected circulated condition.
£3.95
Australia, George VI, 1952 Threepence Silver_obv

Australia, George VI, 1952 Threepence Silver

Australian 1952 Threepence in selected circulated condition.
£4.50
Edward II, Long Cross Penny London/Canterbury Fine_obv

Edward II, Penny (Long Cross) London/Canterbury Fine

Edward II also called Edward of Caernarfon, was King of England from 1307 until he was deposed in January 1327. Following the death of his father Edward “Longshanks”, Edward succeeded to the throne in 1307. The “Long Cross Penny” was the largest coin of the period and those of Edward II closely resemble those of his father. He adopted the same bust and legend. It takes a trained eye to spot differences in the lettering and the King's crown to spot a genuine Edward II. The pennies on offer here come in “Fine”. They are from London or Canterbury Mints, depending on availability. You have the crowned bust of the King on one side, under the name of Edward I. On the reverse you have CIVI TAS LONDON or CIVI TAS CANTOR, meaning “City of London (or Canterbury)”. This is the first time we have accumulated enough Edward II Pennies to offer you in almost three years, so get one while you can.
£149.50