Patina Retro Patterns and Reproductions

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Picture of Scotland, George III Scottish Patina in Pewter

Scotland, George III Scottish Patina in Pewter

George III Scottish Patina in Pewter. This is the fabulous Patina George III issue for Scotland. It is based on the portrait of King George III by Kuchler that was used on the Bank of England Emergency issues for the Dollars of 1804. These are retro dated ‘1808’ and show what a Scottish issue might have looked like, had it been issued at the time. You have the bust of King George III on one side and the crowned double thistle on the other side. They are large crownsized pieces struck in Pewter. The mintage is only 1,000 pieces.
£9.95
Picture of Sierra Leone, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

Sierra Leone, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

This Sierra Leone Edward VIII piece is one of the more difficult to get in cupro-nickel. We know this better than anyone else, because Richard had them struck. We found it the other day in a storeroom, supplies are limited and all are Uncirculated.
£14.95
Picture of South Africa, Edward VIII, Bare Head Copper

South Africa, Edward VIII, Bare Head Copper

Edward VIII South Africa bare head copper - crown-sized patina reproduction piece.
£12.50
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Southern Rhodesia, Edward VIII, Copper Patina Crown. BU

Very low-mintage Edward VIII Copper Patina Crown for Southern Rhodesia.
£14.95
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Southern Rhodesia, Edward VIII, Silver Patina Crown. BU

Very low-mintage Edward VIII Silver Patina Crown for Southern Rhodesia.
£69.50
Picture of Straits Settlements, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

Straits Settlements, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

This Straits Settlements Edward VIII piece is one of the more difficult to get in cupro-nickel. We know this better than anyone else, because Richard had them struck. We found it the other day in a storeroom, supplies are limited and all are Uncirculated.
£12.95
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United Kingdom, Cupronickel Pattern 25 ECU BU

Privately issued crown-size (38mm) pattern 25 Ecu coin for the United Kingdom issued in 1992 and struck in Cupronickel. Brilliant Uncirculated.
£8.95
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Victoria, Bonomi Design (Australia) Silver Patina Matt Proof

Bonomi was an engraver who privately made patterns for Victorian Crowns, These were most unusual as the design was engraved incuse rather than raised. The portrait of Queen Victoria was not the most flattering we have ever seen. Of course, the designs were not accepted, but today they bring thousands of pounds from collectors. We believe the secret is time, it changes a lot of things. Our friend in Manchester decided a number of years ago to use the Bonomi design and make some Patina retro patterns of British interest. We believe he made between 50 and 70 pieces of each in Sterling Silver. We bought all that he had left. This is the Australia issue in Matt Proof Sterling Silver. A very limited number is available and they're worth having
£69.50
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Victoria, Bonomi Design Patina (Hibernia Ireland) Silver Matt Proof

A friend in Manchester decided a number of years ago to use the Bonomi (an engraver who privately made patterns for Victorian Crowns) design and make some Patina retro patterns of British interest. We believe he made between 50 and 70 pieces of each in Silver. We bought them all. Here we present the Eire or Ireland issue in Matt Proof Sterling Silver. Very Limited number available and worth having.
£59.50
Picture of Victoria, Patina Double Florin Copper

Victoria, Patina Double Florin Copper

The Double Florin was only issued with the Jubilee Head of Queen Victoria from 1887-1890. So INA asked what if they had issued a Double Florin with the Old Head of Queen Victoria on it, what would it look like? What they did, is in their Patina series, strike a piece to show what an Old Head Double Florin might have looked like. As usual with the Patina series, the engraving and quality of the product is outstanding. We have the Patina Queen Victoria Old Head Double Florins available in copper and goldine. Here we present the Double Florin in Copper. They won’t cost you the earth and will add to your collection. After all, they didn’t make this coin, but here it is… These are Patina retro-patterns, made to show what the coin might have looked like had it actually been made at the time. All pieces are in Uncirculated condition.
£18.95
Picture of Victoria, Patina Double Florin Goldine

Victoria, Patina Double Florin Goldine

The Double Florin was only issued with the Jubilee Head of Queen Victoria from 1887-1890. So INA asked what if they had issued a Double Florin with the Old Head of Queen Victoria on it, what would it look like? What they did, is in their Patina series, strike a piece to show what an Old Head Double Florin might have looked like. As usual with the Patina series, the engraving and quality of the product is outstanding. We have the Patina Queen Victoria Old Head Double Florins available in copper and goldine. Here we present the Double Florin Goldline. They won’t cost you the earth and will add to your collection. After all, they didn’t make this coin, but here it is… These are Patina retro-patterns, made to show what the coin might have looked like had it actually been made at the time. All pieces are in Uncirculated condition.
£14.95
Picture of William IV, 3 Graces Bronzed Copper

William IV, 3 Graces Bronzed Copper

In the very short reign of King William IV there was only one crown issued in 1831 and a few patterns. These are Patina or retro-patterns of the ‘1835’ William IV 3 Graces pattern. The 3 Graces is a very famous statue of the same name by Antonio Canova. The bust is the same as used on the Crown, in fact it almost looks better, the reverse has the 3 Graces. Here we present the Patina in bronzed copper. Well worth having…
£12.50
Picture of William IV, 3 Graces Goldine

William IV, 3 Graces Goldine

In the very short reign of King William IV there was only one crown issued in 1831 and a few patterns. These are Patina or retro-patterns of the ‘1835’ William IV 3 Graces pattern. The 3 Graces is a very famous statue of the same name by Antonio Canova. The bust is the same as used on the Crown, in fact it almost looks better, the reverse has the 3 Graces. Here we present the Patina in goldine. Well worth having…
£12.50
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William IV, 3 Graces Patina Cupro Nickel

In the very short reign of King William IV there was only one crown issued in 1831 and a few patterns. These are Patina or retro-patterns of the ‘1835’ William IV 3 Graces pattern. The 3 Graces is a very famous statue of the same name by Antonio Canova. The bust is the same as used on the Crown, in fact it almost looks better, the reverse has the 3 Graces. Here we present this Patina in cupronickel. Well worth having…
£12.50
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William IV, Irish Patina Aluminium

This Patina or retro pattern shows what a coin might have looked like, if they actually issued one. Of course, they didn’t and that is why they are called a Patina. This full crownsized piece of William IV is most unusual in that it was struck in aluminium, a metal that was not in use in the reign of King William IV and with an Irish reverse.
£12.50
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William IV, Scotland Patina in Aluminium

These crownsized patinas were made to show what Scottish coins of William IV might look like, if they had ever been struck. You have the bust of William IV on the obverse, just like on the 1831 crown by the Royal Mint. In fact, in my opinion, it is as good, or better, than the original. The reverse has the Scottish coat of arms with the standing Lion and two thistles one on either side. It is retro-dated 1830. These are full crownsized and beautiful. We have them in Patina Aluminium. They are in Prooflike condition and handsome. Mintages were low, and we bought them all. Ten years ago...
£12.50