New Stock July 2024

The latest stock for July has arrived, featuring the Henry VI, Groat, Calais Mint, Good Fine. These are a group of nice silver groats, they were struck at Calais and are in Good Fine grade. It’s the first time these have ever been offered as a feature so make the most of this opportunity. Additionally, we have the Charles I Tower Mint Shilling,offered in two different conditions: Fine and Very Good. The Coinage issued during the reign of Charles I is one of the most varied and fascinating in English Numismatic history. These Shillings were struck at the Tower Mint between 1625 and 1649. Furthermore, we present the Saxon Kings Of Northumbria Styca VG, these Pennies are from Northumbria, also known as Stycas. These coins feature simple designs with inscriptions naming the issuing king or bishop, such as Eanred or Archbishop Wigmund. A great way to have a less expensive Anglo-Saxon coin for your collection.

In addition to these exciting new coins, we also invite you to explore our wide range of collectables, including British, world, medieval, hammered, and ancient coins, various coin sets as well as an assortment of tokens, first day covers, medals and books.

Make sure not to miss out, as there is limited stock availability!

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10 Different Kennedy Proof Half Dollars_main

10 Different Kennedy Proof Half Dollars

The Kennedy Half Dollar was first issued in 1964, the year after President Kennedy was assassinated. They have continued to strike them right up to today, but to be honest, they haven’t circulated for years. But the United States Mint has made special Proof coins for most years, it is just that you don’t see them offered for sale. Our normal price on these coins is from £8.95-£14.95. PLEASE NOTE: PHOTOGRAPHY IS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COIN SUPPLIED
£55.00
Belgian Civic Decoration 1st Class Silver_obv

Belgian Civic Decoration 1st Class Silver

Instituted on 21 July 1944, the Civic Decoration was established to reward exceptional acts of bravery, devotion or humanity during the war. There are five classes of this award and we are able to offer here, in very limited numbers, the 2nd class in silver from the period 1940-45. The badge of the Civic Cross is a white enameled Maltese cross with the monogram of the King in the centre, between the arms of the Cross are flaming torches. The ribbon has alternating vertical red and black stripes. Very limited availability!
£42.50
Belgian Civic Decoration 1st Class Silver Gilt_obv

Belgian Civic Decoration 1st Class Silver Gilt

Instituted on 21 July 1944, the Civic Decoration was established to reward exceptional acts of bravery, devotion or humanity during the war. There are five classes of this award and we are able to offer here, in very limited numbers, the 1st class in silver gilt from the period 1940-45. The badge of the Civic Cross is a white enameled Maltese cross with the monogram of the King in the centre, between the arms of the Cross are flaming torches. The ribbon has alternating vertical red and black stripes. Very limited availability!
£47.50
Charles I Tower Mint Shilling Fine_Obv

Charles I Tower Mint Shilling Fine

The Coinage issued during the reign of Charles I is one of the most varied and fascinating in English Numismatic history. In 24 years there was a huge range of designs adopted, first at the Tower Mint at the Tower of London, and later across the Country as Charles set up Royalist Mints during the English Civil War of 1642-1646. One of the most collectable denominations is the Shilling, or twelve pence. We’re delighted to offer you Shillings of Charles I struck at the Tower Mint between 1625 and 1649. These Shillings were very popular and therefore heavily circulated, many originated from hoards buried during the Civil War and feature a bust of the King with XII behind, representing 12 pence. The reverse features the shield with cross. We can offer them in Fine condition.
£159.50
Charles I Tower Mint Shilling Very Good_obv

Charles I Tower Mint Shilling Very Good

The Coinage issued during the reign of Charles I is one of the most varied and fascinating in English Numismatic history. In 24 years there was a huge range of designs adopted, fi rst at the Tower Mint at the Tower of London, and later across the Country as Charles set up Royalist Mints during the English Civil War of 1642-1646. One of the most collectable denominations is the Shilling, or twelve pence. We’re delighted to offer you Shillings of Charles I struck at the Tower Mint between 1625 and 1649. These Shillings were very popular and therefore heavily circulated, many originated from hoards buried during the Civil War and feature a bust of the King with XII behind, representing 12 pence. The reverse features the shield with cross. We can offer them in very well circulated grade (VG).
£89.50
Complete QE2 Crown Collection in Case_main

Complete QE2 Crown Collection in Case

The complete Queen Elizabeth Crown collection starts in 1953 with her Coronation Crown and ends in 1981 with the Charles and Diana Wedding Crown. Which was the last time the Royal Mint ever issued a British Crown! The crowns were struck in copper-nickel and had a denomination of Five Shillings or 25p depending if they were issued before or after decimalization. You get the 1953 Coronation Crown, 1960 New York Exhibition, 1965 Churchill, 1972 Silver Wedding Anniversary, 1977 Silver Jubilee, 1980 Queen Mother’s 80th Birthday and 1981 Wedding of Charles and Diana. Normally this uncirculated collection in copper-nickel would cost you £67.75. But as my way of saying thank you to you and as long as supplies last, you can have one collection for just £27.75 saving you £40.00!
£27.75
Early World Coins Package Deal_main

Early World Coins Package Deal

We have about 50 copies of this great book entitled ‘Early World Coins & Early Weight Standards’ by Robert Tye, an expert in this area. He published this book in 2009 and it has since been my go-to book for identifying any unusual early World coins for which you would otherwise need a whole library to cover. The 192 page book is packed with line-drawings which make it easy to spot the details to look for on coins which make them identifiable. It is full of useful information about the dynasties and rulers who issued the coins and goes into the development of coinage from the early times. The book retails for £29.95 but, we are giving you FOUR FREE early coins covered in the book, one ancient Roman coin; one from ancient India; one from the Islamic world and one from medieval Europe. The retail value of the coins alone is around £40, add to that the £29.95 for the book and you have a retail value of nearly £70 but you can have all this for £24.95 which is less than the price of the book itself! Beat that for value, a saving of £45 Broaden your horizons and learn about coinage from distant lands and long-forgotten rulers and dynasties with this great starter collection and book.
£24.95
Elizabeth II, £20 Fine Silver, 2013 - A Timeless First_obv

Elizabeth II, £20 Fine Silver, 2013 - A Timeless First

This beautiful £20 was struck in 2013 in Fine Silver ‘A Timeless First’. This was the very first of this series issued with the famous Pistrucci reverse design with St. George and the Dragon reverse. The first time we offered these they sold out extremely quickly, leaving many customers disappointed. Now, as then, supplies are extremely limited so please do get your order in early. Comes in the original Royal Mint sealed wrappers mounted in a blister pack card.
£37.50
Elizabeth II, £20 Fine Silver, 2014 - World War I Outbreak_obv

Elizabeth II, £20 Fine Silver, 2014 - World War I Outbreak

£20 Fine Silver, 2014 ‘World War I Outbreak’. The second in this series commemorating the centenary of the out break of World War I. They come in the original Royal Mint sealed wrappers mounted in a blister pack card.
£37.50