New Stock June 2021 (Part II)

It's sunny outside, we've just uploaded new stock to our website, the Euros are on, and England and Wales are through to the Round of 16. What more can you ask for?

While the football may or may not be coming home, you will have a chance of ordering from our new stock and bring some of these items to your home. As long as you place your order quickly...

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Picture of 5 Piece Set 75th Anniversary of D-Day Special

5 Piece Set 75th Anniversary of D-Day Special

This set is a real bargain. You have five different crownsized pieces for the 75th anniversary of D-day issued in 2019 ago. The medallions are full colour with a back that shows their flags. It comes in a superior display case and was issued by the ‘Worth Collection’. Not only are they of superior quality but the price is incredible too! We were only allowed to get 300 collections, so at this price please get in quickly. On one side they read ‘Operation Overlord D-Day 75 1944-2019’ with a full colour picture. The reverse has the flags of Great Britain, the United States, Canada and France with the legend ‘D-Day 75 Anniversary 1944-2019’. OK here is the real bargain, five different coloured crownsized pieces in a handsome presentation case for just £19.50! That’s right less than £4 a piece and the case is Free. But remember we were only allowed 300 collections and at this Special Price they should sell out quickly.
£19.50
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Billon Antoninianus of Tacitus EF

Marcus Claudius Tacitus (A.D. 275 - A.D. 276) apparently claimed descent from Tacitus, the famous Roman historian, reputedly giving out copies of his works. The records from the time are unreliable but what we do know is that after the chaos of Aurelian’s assassination he was eventually elevated by the Senate, from the Senate, temporarily ending the run of soldier emperors. Defeating the plundering ‘barbarian’ tribes in the east of the empire he earned the title ‘Gothicus Maximus’ but died on the return journey. A 6-month reign means his coins are scarce, especially in a high grade! We offer Billon Antoninianus of Tacitus in Extremely Fine condition with various reverses, most also still show traces of silvering. This short-lived emperor will be a gap in many collections so fill it with this high grade coin
£89.50
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Constans Two Victories Fine

Continuing our series of the famous Constantinian Dynasty we offer Constans, the only son who certainly visited Britain. Born around A.D. 320, Constans was the youngest son of Constantine the Great. Following a short war with his brother, Constantine II, he survived and ruled the Western empire with Constantius II in the East. Constans even visited Britain in A.D. 343 by enduring the very dangerous crossing of the channel in mid-winter, campaigning against the Picts and Scots. This means Constans was the last legitimate Roman Emperor we know visited our shores. In A.D. 350 he was killed while on a hunting trip in Gaul by followers of the usurper Magnentius who went on to rule. We offer bronze coins struck between A.D. 342-348 with his bust on the obverse. The two Victories facing each other on the reverse symbolise military success for both Constans and his surviving brother, Constantius II. Here we offer them in Fine, we suspect it will sell out fast like the others in this series.
£18.50
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Constans Two Victories Very Fine

Continuing our series of the famous Constantinian Dynasty we offer Constans, the only son who certainly visited Britain. Born around A.D. 320, Constans was the youngest son of Constantine the Great. Following a short war with his brother, Constantine II, he survived and ruled the Western empire with Constantius II in the East. Constans even visited Britain in A.D. 343 by enduring the very dangerous crossing of the channel in mid-winter, campaigning against the Picts and Scots. This means Constans was the last legitimate Roman Emperor we know visited our shores. In A.D. 350 he was killed while on a hunting trip in Gaul by followers of the usurper Magnentius who went on to rule. We offer bronze coins struck between A.D. 342-348 with his bust on the obverse. The two Victories facing each other on the reverse symbolise military success for both Constans and his surviving brother, Constantius II. Here we offer them in Very Fine, we suspect they will sell out fast...
£28.50
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Cuba, 1 Peso 1995 OXEN Cupro Nickel

This One Peso coin was issued by Cuba in 1995 for the FAO or Food for All series of the United Nations. You have oxen on one side and the arms of Cuba on the other side. This One Peso is struck in cupronickel and the mintage is just 5,684 pieces. They are in Uncirculated condition but have mellowed a little over the past 26 years. Supplies are very limited and it would make a wonderful gift for a farmer.
£7.95
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Elizabeth II, £1 (English Pound) 1992 Silver Proof in capsule FDC

In 1987 the Royal Mint issued a pound coin with the Oak Tree to represent England and in 1992 they repeated this design on the Pound coin. Again they issued the coins as Sterling Silver Proofs for collectors but in 1992 the mintage was considerably lower than in 1987. All coins are Proof Sterling Silver and in their original capsules as issued. Supplies are short and with the new design of pound coin just released these older issues will be in greater demand.
£39.50