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Picture of Jersey, Edward VIII, Bare Head Goldine

Jersey, Edward VIII, Bare Head Goldine

These handsome Patina retro-patterns show what Double Florin of King Edward VIII might have looked like had it been issued by Jersey in 1901. They are available here in goldine, struck in Proof condition and have a very low mintage. In fact just 360 were struck overall.
£14.95
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Lord Nelson 25 Euro Gilding Metal. UNC

Privately struck, 1996, 25 Euro Pattern coin honouring Lord Nelson.
£6.95
Picture of Monaco, 1994 Ecu Cupro-Nickel

Monaco, 1994 Ecu Cupro-Nickel

As many of you who collect Euros know, anything from Monaco is rare and expensive. The same holds true for the Pattern Ecu pieces of 1994. At that time everyone thought the new coinage was going to be called Ecus and not Euros. These were privately issued and highly collected. We have bought out the last of the group that was struck in 1994 and our prices are far more reasonable. These pieces can never be struck again. They have the famous Montgolfier’s balloon taking off over a country house with air balloons and sailing ships over a map of Europe
£8.95
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New Guinea, Edward VIII Brass

The Edward VIII pieces from New Guinea feature their magnificent bird, the Bird of Paradise. It was about the time of his reign that they discovered in the middle of Papua New Guinea over one million people that they didn’t know existed. It is a rather mysterious and exciting country and one that is unknown to most of us. We can offer the crownsized Edward VIII medallic patterns from New Guinea. They are one of the most beautiful of the series and not the easiest to find. Available in Uncirculated Brass.
£19.50
Picture of New Zealand, Edward VIII, Bare Head Copper

New Zealand, Edward VIII, Bare Head Copper

There is much interest in the Patinas from our colonial past. Mintages were low, and overseas interest is high. We have sold out or nearly on many of the issues. Supplies are very limited and prices are going up as the supply goes down, don’t miss out on them. For this issue we have the Edward VIII, New Zealand bare head in Copper. They were struck in Proof condition to the highest quality and have a mintages of just 475.
£14.50
Picture of New Zealand, Victorian Proof Sterling Silver Patina

New Zealand, Victorian Proof Sterling Silver Patina

Following on with the handsome Queen Victoria Jubilee Head series, we can offer you the New Zealand piece. Remember that Coincraft bought all 80 Sterling Silver Proof striking of this Patina issue, so if you want one, Coincraft has them. On one side you have a fantastic rendition of the Jubilee Head portrait of Queen Victoria, the only difference is that the retro date 1887 is at the end of the legend. The reverse has an outline map of New Zealand in reverse Proof along with a three masted sailing ship. They are full crownsized and struck in Proof Sterling Silver, they look fantastic, the mintage is very low and the price is fantastic. If we sound enthusiastic, that is because we are. We thought they were so nice that we bought the entire mintage.
£69.50
Picture of Palestine, Edward VIII, Medallic Pattern Crown, 1936. BU

Palestine, Edward VIII, Medallic Pattern Crown, 1936. BU

Low mintage crownsized (38mm) prooflike pattern. Brilliant Uncirculated.
£16.95
Picture of Romania, 1996 Olympic Tennis Aluminium Piedfort

Romania, 1996 Olympic Tennis Aluminium Piedfort

At this time of year tennis seems to be on many British people’s minds, what with Wimbledon and all. So I found a group of Rare patterns issued for tennis for the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. They only made 125 pieces in each metal and thickness. So these are some of the rarest Olympic coins you will ever see. The type on offer here is the Aluminium Piedfort. Each coin is full crownsized and struck in proof condition. They are struck at one of the oldest mints in the world in Romania, which has been in business for centuries and the quality is outstanding. An outstanding feature is the denomination, 100 Lei, is on the edge, so as not to detract from the design of the coin.
£34.50
Picture of Romania, 1996 Olympic Tennis Brass Piedfort

Romania, 1996 Olympic Tennis Brass Piedfort

At this time of year tennis seems to be on many British people’s minds, what with Wimbledon and all. So I found a group of Rare patterns issued for tennis for the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. They only made 125 pieces in each metal and thickness. So these are some of the rarest Olympic coins you will ever see. The type on offer here is the Brass Piedfort. Each coin is full crownsized and struck in proof condition. They are struck at one of the oldest mints in the world in Romania, which has been in business for centuries and the quality is outstanding. An outstanding feature is the denomination, 100 Lei, is on the edge, so as not to detract from the design of the coin.
£34.50
Picture of Romania, Gymnast Olympics Copper Piedfort

Romania, Gymnast Olympics Copper Piedfort

One of the oldest mints in the world, the Romanian Mint made patterns for crowns they were going to issue for the Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and Nagano, Japan. They were never issued and thus only the patterns exist. The mintage was only 125 pieces in each metal and size (i.e. single thickness or piedfort). So they are some of the RAREST Olympic coins around. We bought quite a lot of the mintage, but over the years we have sold out of many of them.
£27.50
Picture of Romania, Ice Dance Copper

Romania, Ice Dance Copper

This is a RARE Piedfort Pattern made by the Romania Mint for the Winter Olympics held in Nagano Japan in 1998. It depicts a couple Ice Dancing on one side and the arms of Romania on the other side. This is a Piedfort, that means that it is double the normal thickness. So on a crown that is quite a huge piece. The total mintage is just 125, quite a Rare piece and no doubt very collectable in Japan. It was issued in 1989 and is a very unusual coin, in that the denomination is on the edge, so as not to spoil the design.
£27.50