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Picture of George V, Penny Collection, 1911-36

George V, Penny Collection, 1911-36

Date set of Pennies struck at the Royal Mint between 1911 and 1936 including 1912H penny for FREE, that's 27 coins in total.
£49.50
Picture of George V, Silver & Bronze 1935 Type Set

George V, Silver & Bronze 1935 Type Set

We have put together a nice type set of the King George V silver and bronze coins. The silver coins are the 500 fine issue and all coins will be in Fine condition. Remember that these were the first British coins to be struck in 500 fine Silver plus you get the three bronze coins as well. You get the 1935 Silver Jubilee Crown, the Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence, and Threepence all in silver plus the bronze Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing. All coins have been carefully selected to match in quality. King George V’s coinage was an important turning point in British coinage and the 1935 Crown was the first commemorative crown ever issued in this country.
£69.50
George V, Silver Threepence set 1931-36

George V, Silver Threepence set 1931-36

King George V’s time saw the silver content of our coins reduced from Sterling Silver (.925 fine) to 500 fine Silver. It also saw the beginning of the end of the Silver Threepence. We have put together a collection of the last King George V Silver Threepences, 1931-1936. These six coins include the 1936 the year of three kings. All coins are in 500 fine Silver and in selected circulated condition. Supplies are limited and it does make an interesting addition to a collection.
£24.50
Picture of George V, Sixpence 1928-1936 Set

George V, Sixpence 1928-1936 Set

In 1927 the Royal Mint changed the design of the Silver Sixpence to have six acorns on the reverse. As the 1927 issue was only issued in the Proof Set it is not really a coin issued for circulation. So we are offering the complete set of coins issued for circulation 1928-1936 in selected circulated condition. A total of nine different dates of this ‘6 Acorn’ coin. All the coins were originally struck at the Royal Mint and all are struck in .500 fine Silver.
£74.50
George VI, Complete Halfpenny Collection 1937-52

George VI Complete Halfpenny Collection 1937-52

King George VI, was of course the father of our current Monarch Queen Elizabeth II. He kept the country on an even keel during World War Two and took over when his brother Edward VIII abdicated. Of the three bronze coins issued, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing, without doubt the hardest to find is the Halfpenny. A friend of ours took several years to put together these complete date collections of George VI halfpennies 1937-1952. The Coronation year was 1937 and he passed in 1952. There are a total of 16 coins in the date collection, one for each year of his reign. All coins are in selected circulated condition and it would be very difficult to make up these sets today. Coronation, World War Two and every year that he was on the throne. You get all 16 coins in selected circulated condition for just £14.95 that is less than £1 a coin, but supplies are limited.
£14.95
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George VI, 1947-51 English Type Shillings

The shillings of George VI presented here were issued with the English reverse type, and depict a crowned lion on top of a crown, with the legend above, and the denomination below. All struck between 1947-1951. 5 coins in total showing the change of legend that occurred in 1949 when the mint had to remove ‘IND IMP’ because the monarch was no longer Emperor of India. These were also the last Shillings struck in the reign of George VI as he died early in 1952.
£15.95
Picture of George VI, Complete Sixpence Collection 1937-46

George VI, Complete Sixpence Collection 1937-46

We can now offer you the complete collection of King George VI Silver Sixpences. From the Coronation issue in 1937 to the last Silver Sixpence ever made in 1946. All coins are in selected circulated condition and you get every date, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945 and of course 1946. You will note that this collection also includes the complete World War II date set as well. At one time the Royal Mint were selling these coins individually in a fancy box for £26.00 each! That would have made this collection costing you £260.00!!! But not at Coincraft. No fancy boxes just good honest coins for good honest coin collectors. We have managed to put together only 100 complete collections, no fancy boxes just down to earth prices. At Coincraft we sell coins and not packaging. You can display or package these coins any way you want, but you don’t pay for packaging you don’t want and cannot use.
£59.50
Picture of George VI, WWII Halfcrown Collection

George VI, WWII Halfcrown Collection

During World War II Silver was not that important for the War Effort, so they still struck our coins in Silver. The largest denomination struck at the time was the Halfcrown, Two Shillings and Sixpence. It was both the biggest and highest denomination struck during World War II. We have managed to put together complete date sets of the Silver George VI Halfcrown as issued in World War II. That means you'll get the 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, and 1945 King George VI Silver Halfcrowns. We don’t believe that we have ever offered this collection before. The Halfcrown was a large and valuable coin at the time; name me any youngster who wouldn’t have been over the moon to own one. You are getting the opportunity to own all the dates 1939-1945 issued during World War II. The coins are in selected circulated condition.
£89.50
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Mini Bag of 10 BU Halfpennies

To play Shove Halfpenny the first thing you need are 10 of the old pre-decimal Halfpennies, five for each player. Then you need a wooden board but almost any flat piece of wood will do, it is the Halfpennies that are the most important. After all you cannot play Shove Halfpenny without any Halfpennies. Coincraft has come to the rescue, with our Shove Halfpenny Mini Bag. You get a nice bag holding 10 1967 (the last year of issue) Halfpennies in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Five coins for each player. The coins are now some 53 years old, but in brand new condition from an original Mint sealed bag of coins. These would make an excellent holiday present along with a piece of wood to play the game on. You supply the board we supply the coins. A mini bag of 10 Brilliant Uncirculated Halfpennies just £8.95
£8.95
1967 Brass Threepence bag

Mini Bag of 10 of the Last Brass 3d

We bought some original bags of the last Brass Threepence dated 1967 and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The only thing is that each bag contains 1,600 coins and most collectors don’t want that many of one coin. It's nice to give out gifts but there is some limit. Then we were shown some nice mini bags or perhaps you would call them pouches. Richard came up with the idea of putting 10 Brilliant Uncirculated 1967 Brass Threepences in one of the pouches and call it a mini bag of coins. The Brass Threepence is one of the most popular pre-decimal denominations, so it is a win-win situation. That way you get all you will need and you don’t have to buy a ‘door stop’ bag of coins to satisfy that desire.
£7.95
Penny Type Collection 1860-1967

Penny Type Collection 1860-1967

We offer the complete type set of the old large bronze pennies from their inception in 1860 to their demise in 1967. You get Queen Victoria Young Head, Queen Victoria Old Head, Edward VII, George V, George VI and Elizabeth II. All coins are in selected circulated condition. Of course the older the coin the more circulation or usage it will have seen. Even when they stopped making the Penny in 1967 you could still get the occasional Victorian one in your change.
£12.50
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Sixpence Mini Bag of 6 coins

As part of our mini bag series, I offer the Sixpence Mini Bag. You get a handsome plush little bag or purse into which we have put 6 cupronickel Sixpences. You will get 3 George VI Sixpences and 3 Queen Elizabeth II Sixpences. Dates of our choice, but you get six sixpences, they make great little gifts for brides to be. The George VI coins were issued 1947-1952 and the Queen Elizabeth II coins were issued 1953-1967. All coins are in selected circulated condition. You get all six sixpences in the little purse for just £7.95, which is less than some marketers are charging for just 1 coin.
£7.95
Picture of Type Set of Bronze Farthings, VG or better

Type Set of Bronze Farthings, VG or better

Set of 6 different types of the bronze farthing from Victoria to Elizabeth II
£19.50
Type Set of George VI's Last Coins

Type Set of George VI's Last Coins

King George VI ruled from 1937-1952 and during his reign they totally changed our coinage. No longer were coins struck in silver, now since the end of World War they were struck in cupro-nickel. Here is a complete type set of George VI’s last coins all in selected circulated condition. You get the bronze Farthing, Halfpenny and Penny, the tombac Brass Threepence and the cupro-nickel Sixpence, English Shilling, Scottish Shilling, Florin and Halfcrown. All of these coins will date from 1947-1952, the dates will vary but all will be in specially selected circulated condition.
£24.50
Victoria Bun Head Penny, Halfpenny & Farthing Set_obv

Victoria Bun Head Penny, Halfpenny & Farthing Set

Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837 at the age of 18 and reigned for 63 years and 216 days, the second longest reign of any British monarch. Her first coins came into circulation in 1838 and carried a youthful portrait, known as the Young Head which was used until 1860 when a new design was introduced, known as the ‘Bun Head’ Coinage. At the same time they stopped striking coins in copper and introduced a Farthing, Halfpenny and Penny in Bronze with this new portrait. We offer here type sets of these bronze ‘Bun Head’ coins struck between 1860-1895. You get one of each denomination, Farthing, Halfpenny and Penny supplied in VG-Fine condition.
£14.95
Victoria Old Head Halfpenny Collection 1895-1901_main

Victoria Old Head Halfpenny Collection 1895-1901

As most collectors know the Halfpenny is the most difficult denomination to find and collect. We bought out an old-time dealer of all his bronze sets of old coins and he had just 30 complete date sets of the Queen Victoria Old Head Halfpennies. These coins were issued 1895-1901 and are all in selected circulated condition. Once these are gone it will be almost impossible to put more together. Very limited stock.
£39.50
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Victoria, Penny Set (Old Head) 1895-1901

The third and last design of Victorian coinage was issued when she an elderly woman. The coins became known as the Old Head or Widow Head coins. The old big penny with this design was only issued from 1895-1901. You have the portrait of Victoria facing left wearing a crown and a head scarf. They were issued every year for 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900 and 1901. All coins have seen wear after all the newest coin is now 120 years old. Everyone has one or two of them, but a complete date set? Probably not. You get all seven coins, the complete date collection of Queen Victoria Old Head Pennies. But supplies are very limited.
£12.50
Picture of Victoria, Silver Threepence Type Set

Victoria, Silver Threepence Type Set

During the long reign of Queen Victoria, there were three distinct types of her bust used on our coinage. The first type was known as the Young Head type, as she ascended the Throne when she was only 17. This design was used for the next 50 years until she was 67! Then they used the Jubilee Head design, which was for her Golden Jubilee and this was used from 1887-1893. Finally, they used the Old Head design from 1893-1901. We offer the complete three-coin type set of Silver Threepences; dates will, of course, be of our choice as some are quite rare. All of these Threepences are struck in Sterling Silver and will be in Very Good or better condition. They have seen considerable usage and the newest one is over 110 years old. But you'll get all 3 types, Young Head, Jubilee Head and Old Head.
£16.50
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World War I (George V) Penny Collection 1914-1918

One of our competitors is offering a set of World War I Pennies 1914-1918. Yes, their set comes in a smart case, but they are charging £79.50 for the collection... Also, the coins they illustrated were cleaned, they probably think that improves their appearance, but it actually depreciates their worth. Our coins are average circulated just as theirs are, but ours are natural, we have not cleaned them. We do not supply a case, on the other hand, our set is priced at £10.00 and theirs is priced at £79.50. We will not name the other company, we don't want to shame them any more than their price of £79.50 shames them already...
£9.50

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