New Stock March 2022

We hope you are ready to add some new items to your collection because there are some very special items available in higher grades in this stock update. Unfortunately, the availability of some of these items is very limited. So think fast, and if you see something you like add it to your shopping cart and checkout!

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George III, Halfpenny 1806/7 Fair_obv

George III, Halfpenny 1806/7 Fair

We have just bought a group of George III Halfpennies dated 1806 and 1807, the only two dates for which this type was struck. They are well circulated and therefore fairly worn but this is because there were no more copper coins struck for circulation until 1821 and these coins continued circulating well after that. These copper coins were struck at the Soho Mint in Birmingham using the newly invented steam presses invented by Matthew Boulton and James Watt. They have the laureate bust of George III on the obverse with the date below and Britannia seated on the reverse. We can offer them in Fair to suit your budget but we also have both dates available so if you order two then we can supply both dates for your collection.
£9.95
1922 Silver Coin Set

George V, 1922 Silver Coin Set

In the long history of our coinage, when they talked about coins they meant Sterling Silver coins. That is 925 parts silver per 1,000 parts. But in 1920, the British Government made the unprecedented move of reducing the silver content of our coinage. They reduced it from 925 parts per 1,000 to just 500 parts per 1,000 or half silver as it is called. Not many people kept the ‘new’ silver coins, because they knew that 500 fine coins were not as intrinsically valuable as Sterling Silver coins. So that post 1920 coins, even today are not all that easy to get. We have put together complete silver date sets of King George V 1922 coins. You get the Threepence, Sixpence, Shilling, Florin, and Halfcrown all issued in 1922, all in Very Good condition, which considering they are this year 100 years old, is rather good. You get all five 1922 silver coins in Very Good.
£46.50
Ghana, 2003 500 Sika Prince William 21st Birthday Silver Proof_rev

Ghana, 500 Sika (Prince William 21st Birthday) 2003 Silver Proof

2003 Crown from Ghana in Silver Proof showing Prince William studying at his computer, A 500 Sika crownsize coin with the Queen, issued to mark Prince William's 21st Birthday. You may never see this crown again. It is the first time we remember owning one. A very small number available.
£49.50
Ghana, 2002  500 Sika Queen in Garter Robes Silver Proof_rev

Ghana, 500 Sika (Queen in Garter Robes) 2002 Silver Proof

2002 crown from Ghana Silver Proof celebrating the Queen’s 50th 1952-2002. A 500 Sika crownsize coin with the Queen on both sides one of them in full colour wearing Garter robes, a coin you almost never see. You may never see this crown again. It is the first time we remember owning one. A very small number available.
£49.50
Hadrian Denarius AVF_obv

Hadrian Denarius About Very Fine

Hadrian was one of the ablest and conscientious of the Roman Emperors. He spent his reign visiting the vast majority of his provinces, consolidating and strengthening the Empire’s defenses after the expansion by his predecessor, Trajan. The most famous example of his work was Hadrian’s Wall! Sprawling from the River Tyne in the East, to the River Solway in the West: at 73 miles (117.5 kilometres) it is the largest Roman monument anywhere in the world! We offer a Silver Denarius of Hadrian in an About Very Fine condition showing his bust on the obverse with various reverses. Everyone has heard of Hadrian, and he is one of the five good emperors. You can now add a silver Denarius to your collection for a very reasonable price. Act quickly supplies are limited...
£145.00
Iceland, Mint Set 2007-11 (5 values)_obv

Iceland, Mint Set 2007-11 (5 values)

2007-11, five coins, 1 Kroner fi sh, 5 Kr. Dolphins, 10 Kr fish 50 Kr crab, 100 KR fi sh, most of the coins are no longer used.
£8.95