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Afghanistan, 50 Afghanis UN 50th

This crown or 50 Afghanis was issued when the war there wasn’t of all that much interest to us. It was issued in 1995 for the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. You have a young man sitting contemplating with birds gathering around him. You have the arms of Afghanistan on the other side with the denomination. In 1995 the Royal Mint issued a collection of crowns for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, they didn’t sell that well, so they didn’t make all that many of them. We were able to buy up all the remaining coins and all are in Uncirculated condition. A Scarce crown to find and at our price of just £8.95.
£8.95

Armenia, 2019 1 Ounce Silver

This beautiful one ounce 500 Dram coin from Armenia hit me when I first saw it. I immediately called up my wholesaler to order more, as I knew it was going to be a winner. Only to be told that there might be later, but that they didn’t know if or when. So we have at the moment only 100 pieces in stock… It is a two toned Proof or Prooflike crownsized coin containing one ounce of 999 fine Silver. You have a depiction of Noah’s Ark on one side and the double headed arms of Armenia on the other side. It is a beautiful coin and perhaps they will make more or perhaps they won’t. We just don’t know at the moment. It is dated 2019 in Proof or Prooflike condition and contains one ounce of 999 fine Silver.
£33.50

Australia, $1 F Brilliant Uncirculated

The Australian mint issued just 1,000 pieces each of these three small silver dollars for the World Money Fair in Berlin in 2016. Each coin has an animal on them and a letter in colour. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each coin. We have offered these three as a set in the card holder of issue, but now all we have is the coins on their own. You have ‘W’ with a wombat, ‘F’ with a fruit bat and ‘M’ with a bid. Each piece comes in the capsule, they are Brilliant Uncirculated condition, weigh 11.66 grams of 999 fine silver. Here we presnt the 'F' with a fruit bat.
£14.50

Australia, $1 M Brilliant Uncirculated

The Australian mint issued just 1,000 pieces each of these three small silver dollars for the World Money Fair in Berlin in 2016. Each coin has an animal on them and a letter in colour. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each coin. We have offered these three as a set in the card holder of issue, but now all we have is the coins on their own. You have ‘W’ with a wombat, ‘F’ with a fruit bat and ‘M’ with a bid. Each piece comes in the capsule, they are Brilliant Uncirculated condition, weigh 11.66 grams of 999 fine silver. Here we presnt the 'M' with a bid.
£14.50

Australia, $1 W Brilliant Uncirculated

The Australian mint issued just 1,000 pieces each of these three small silver dollars for the World Money Fair in Berlin in 2016. Each coin has an animal on them and a letter in colour. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each coin. We have offered these three as a set in the card holder of issue, but now all we have is the coins on their own. You have ‘W’ with a wombat, ‘F’ with a fruit bat and ‘M’ with a bid. Each piece comes in the capsule, they are Brilliant Uncirculated condition, weigh 11.66 grams of 999 fine silver. Here we presnt the 'W' with a wombat.
£14.50

Australia, $5 Front Line Angels, 1965

This is a fantastic coin issued to honour all those Nurses who served in the Military in Australia. To make it even more interesting it is triangular shaped. You have a full colour drawing of a nurse on one side with the legend ‘Devotion’ and the crosses where the dead are buried and the denomination 5 Dollars. The obverse has H. M. Queen Elizabeth II the date 2017 and Australia. They are Proof 99.9% pure Silver in the original cases with the certificate. They made 10,000 of them and they weigh 22.23 grams. They might make great presents for a Nurse you know...
£34.50

Australia, $5 Silver Proof Winter Olympics, 2018

The 2018 Winter Olympics was held in Pyeonchang, South Korea. It was the first time that the Olympics was ever held in South Korea and they made quite a show out of it. Australia issued a crownsized $5.00 to honour their team being at and participating in those Winter Olympics. The coin is struck in Proof 999 fine Silver with a mintage of just 2,018 pieces. It has been selectively gold plated showing a skier and contains one ounce of pure silver. The coin comes in a handsome display case, with an outer box and numbered certificate from the Australian Royal Mint. With the next Olympics almost upon us, collector interest in previous Olympic issues will increase greatly. This is one Olympic coin that will be missing from most collections…
£42.50

Australia, 1/2d 1936

George V, year of 3 kings KM22, Very Fine
£10.00

Australia, 1910 3d Extremely Fine

In 1901 Australia gained its independence, but it did not issue its first silver coins until 1910. They were issued under King Edward VII and because he died that year, they were the first but only a one year type coin for the country. Thus these 1910 Edward VII Silver Threepences are doubly important, their first 3d and only issued that one year under King Edward VII. We have very high grade examples on offer, they are in Extremely Fine condition and this year they are 108 years old. Supplies are very limited, so if you want one, please get in quickly…
£32.50

Australia, 1927 'Canberra' Florin A.UNC

In 1927 Australia issued its first commemorative Florin. It was for the opening of their new Parliament building in Canberra. They have a portrait of King George V on one side and the new Parliament building on the other side. They are struck in Sterling Silver and usually come in Very Fine condition. I managed to buy just 10 pieces in About Uncirculated condition. They are difficult to find in such a high grade.
£49.50

Australia, 1927 Florin Gem Unc

This 1927 Florin was issued by Australia to show off their new Parliament Building in Canberra. It was their first commemorative coin, but then again, they had only been issuing coins since 1910. You have the crowned bust of King George V on one side and the new Parliament Building on the other side. They issued quite a lot of these coins and they are almost common in Fine and Very Fine condition, but in the higher grades they are quite tough to find. This group has this first commemorative in Gem uncircualted, if you want a beautiful example, it would be hard to find better than these…
£150.00

Australia, 2017 1 ounce 1 Cent Proof

In 2017 & 2018 Australia issued some one ounce coins depicting their first decimal coins. In 2017 they issued the 1 Cent coin, now weighing 1 ounce of pure silver. The coin is in Proof condition, in its original box and has a certificate. Most importantly they only made 1,500 of these!
£49.50

Australia, 2018 1 ounce 2 Cent Proof

In 2017 & 2018 Australia issued some one ounce coins depicting their first decimal coins. In 2018 they issued the 2 Cent coin, now in one ounce of pure high relief silver. The coin is in Proof condition, in its original box and has a certificate. Most importantly they only made 1,500 of these!
£49.50

Australia, 2019 Australia Kangaroo Silver Kangaroo, New Design

This 2019 Australian Kangaroo has a face value of $1.00 and contains one ounce of pure silver. But the design is different and one that we really like. You have H.M. The Queen wearing her crown set within a circle of rays of the sun. The other side has a Kangaroo leaping. The design is stunning and the quality is reverse matt proof, you need to see it to believe it. Somehow it feels heavier than an ounce of pure silver and both the design and finish are outstanding.
£32.50

Australia, 3d 1926

George V, the year the Queen was born, LM24, Very Fine
£10.00

Australia, 50c 1977 Queen's Jubilee

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Queen's Jubilee' edition from 1977.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 1982 Commonwealth Games

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Olympics Brisbane' edition from 1982.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 1994 Yr of the Child

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Year of the Child' edition from 1994.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 1995 Weary Dunlop

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Weary Dunlop' edition from 1995.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 1998 Bass Strait

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Bass Strait' edition from 1998.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 2000 Australian Flag

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Australian Flag' edition from 2000.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 2001 Tasmania

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Tasmania' edition from 2001.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 2005 Commonwealth Games

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Commonwealth Games, Melbourne 2006' edition from 2005.
£2.95

Australia, 50c 2005 Military Cemetery

Since 1970 Australia has issued commemorative 50 Cent coins, this coin is the largest sized coin that actually circulates. We have bought a nice group of these coins in Very Fine condition, many of the dates are in very limited quantities. Here we offer the 'Military Cemetery' edition from 2005.
£2.95

Australia, 6d 1911

George V Very Fine
£20.00