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Bhutan, 50 Ngultrum Unc (50th Anniversary), 1995

Way up high in the middle of the mountains that include Mount Everest, the small but exotic country of the Kingdom of Bhutan is situated. Intertwined dragons make up its coat of arms and the country is more interested in being happy than in anything else. How it got involved in the Royal Mint’s programme for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations we will never know, but they sure did. On one side there is a portrait of the late leader of the United Nations, Dag Hammarskjold. The reverse has those intertwined dragons. This is full crownsized, in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and from a country that doesn’t issue a lot of coins, then again this crown was issued in 1995. We think that we are perhaps the only coin firm that has them for sale. We also think you will like our prices, after all, we did buy them some time ago…
£9.95

Brazil, Football Set

In 2014 Brazil hosted the World Cup for FIFA. It was not all that popular and the only ones who made money, as usual, was FIFA. But Brazil did issue six football coins to commemorate the event. You get a green box telling you that ‘Football Moves’ and that Brazil hosted the Cup. Inside there are six green cards each holding a different Proof commemorative 2 Real coin. The reverse of each has an outline map of Brazil, the denomination and the World Cup. We have never seen this set before nor has anyone we've shown it to. Therefore we must assume that it is Scarce and difficult to find. What a wonderful gift this would make for someone really into Football. We have just 25 sets and when they are gone, there will be no more.
£49.50

Brazil, Set of 2 Currencies

Brazil went through a lot of changes in the 1980’s and that included its coinage. We offer a most unusual group of Brazilian coins, two years, two coinages, two different sizes. From 1986 we offer the 1, 5, 10 & 20 Centavos all very small. From 1987 and 1988 we offer three of the new coins, but now they are very large and called Cruzados, 1, 5, & 10. An interesting set of seven coins now 32 years old.
£5.95

British West Africa GVI 1950 KN 1/10 Penny BU

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£6.95

British West Africa 1/10 Penny 1928

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£6.50

British West Africa 1/10th Penny 1933 Uncirculated

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£5.95

British West Africa 1/10th Penny 1939 Unc

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£6.00

British West Africa 1/10th Penny 1940 Unc

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£5.00

British West Africa 1/10thd 1926

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£8.50

British West Africa, Edward VII 1908 1/10th penny

Nearly 110 years old and in Uncirculated condition.
£25.00

Cambodia 1/8th Tical

Billion is a mixture of base metal and silver, usually of a low silver content. These 1/8th Tical or 1 Fuang coins were issued about 1847. They are small and uniface, that means they have a design on one side only. The design is Hamza Bird. They look nice and silvery but they are only part silver. 170 years old and in Extremely Fine condition. An unusual coin from a difficult country, one that you don’t often see. They catalogue $27.50/£22.00 in Extremely Fine but our price is much more reasonable.
£12.50

Canada, $5 2012 Maple Leaf BU

Here we present the 2012 Canadian Maple Leaf coin. The coin contains an ounce of pure silver and is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They were of course minted by the Royal Canadian Mint.
£38.50

Canada, $5 2016 Maple Leaf BU

Here we present the 2016 Canadian Maple Leaf coin. The coin contains an ounce of pure silver and is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They were of course minted by the Royal Canadian Mint.
£34.50

Canada, 1 Cent Large

Canada is made up of a number of different countries or provinces. Three of them issued coins on their own and now is your opportunity to own one of them. Canada is a vast country and has been settled by many different and varied nationalities. But three parts of Canada issued their own coins. You have New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island plus Canada. They issued bronze pennies all of which had a portrait of Queen Victoria on them. Here we present the Canadian Large Cent. It is well over 100 years old and not that easy to find.
£9.95

Canada, 10 Cents 1870 narrow 0

Victoria, Fine-Very Fine
£30.00

Canada, 10 Cents 1882H

Victoria, Fine
£40.00

Canada, 10 Cents 1892

Victoria, Very Good / Fine Scarce
£20.00

Canada, 10 Cents 1911

Canada, George V, 10 cents, 1911. [KM.17] A one year type coin, Good Very Fine
£25.00

Canada, 1939 Dollar Extremely Fine

In 1939 Canada issued its first real commemorative Silver Dollar. It was for the Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. On the obverse is King George VI and on the reverse is the Parliament building. This is the first real commemorative Silver Dollar issued and they were struck in 800 fine Silver. The coins in this group are all Extremely Fine condition which is a very nice grade for collectors. Own the First Canadian commemorative Silver Dollar in Extremely Fine condition and remember it is King George VI!
£39.50

Canada, 1953 Coronation Dollar EF

In 1953 Canada issued its first ever Queen Elizabeth II Silver Dollar. It was to honour her Coronation and was the beginning of a series that is still being struck today. The Silver Dollar is struck in 800 fine Silver has the very youthful portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a trapper and a native American in a canoe on the reverse. They are one of only 3-4 Coronation crownsized issues released in 1953 worldwide. We would guess for the next Coronation there will be more coins than you can shake a stick at… These Canadian Coronation Silver Dollars are in Extremely Fine condition and well worth adding to your collection. Supplies are limited.
£29.50

Canada, 1964 $1.00

In 1964 Canada still issued the 10 Cents, 25 Cents, 50 Cents and Dollar in Silver for general usage. They didn’t make Proof Sets but rather they called them Prooflike Sets. We have some of the 1964 Prooflike Silver Sets with the Charlottetown commemorative silver dollar. All the coins are in Prooflike Specimen condition. We are going to offer the coins separately; here we offer the 1964 $1. Remember that the coins are now 55 years old and struck in silver.
£34.50

Canada, 1964 25c

In 1964 Canada still issued the 10 Cents, 25 Cents, 50 Cents and Dollar in Silver for general usage. They didn’t make Proof Sets but rather they called them Prooflike Sets. We have some of the 1964 Prooflike Silver Sets with the Charlottetown commemorative silver dollar. All the coins are in Prooflike Specimen condition. We are going to offer the coins separately; here we offer the 1964 25c. Remember that the coins are now 55 years old and struck in silver.
£7.50

Canada, 1964 50c

In 1964 Canada still issued the 10 Cents, 25 Cents, 50 Cents and Dollar in Silver for general usage. They didn’t make Proof Sets but rather they called them Prooflike Sets. We have some of the 1964 Prooflike Silver Sets with the Charlottetown commemorative silver dollar. All the coins are in Prooflike Specimen condition. We are going to offer the coins separately; here we offer the 1964 50c. Remember that the coins are now 55 years old and struck in silver.
£14.50

Canada, 25 Cents 1888

Victoria, Very Good-Fine
£25.00

Canada, 5 Cents 1886

Victoria, Fine-Very Fine
£20.00