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Cuba, 10 Centavos 1948

About Uncirculated, lots of lustre
£15.00

Cuba, 10 Centavos 1948

Extremely Fine
£10.00

Cuba, 10 Centavos 1949

Extremely Fine
£10.00

Cuba, 1995 UN Crown BU

In 1995 the Royal Mint issued a series of crowns for the 50th anniversary of the United Nations. Countries from as far afield as Bhutan and Barbados joined the programme. Years ago we bought out all the crowns that remained. Due to our move to our New Customer Service Department, we found one that we knew we had but was always missing, the scarce one, the full-sized Cuban United Nations Crown. This full crownsized 1 Peso has 5 children and a dove of peace on one side and the arms of Cuba on the other side. We don’t know if these crowns were struck by the Royal Mint or the Cuban Mint, we do know that many collectors are looking for it.
£8.50

Cuba, Don Quijote 1 Peso

Perhaps one of the most famous literary figures was Hidalgo Don Quijote, the famous knight who charged a windmill. Of course from this we all now realise that tilting or running at a windmill will get us no where, except perhaps a broken back or neck. In 1982 Cuba issued a special commemorative One Peso coin for Don Quijote and Sancho Panza. It shows the Knight on horseback charging at a windmill, lance at the ready. The mintage of this Uncirculated 1 Peso is only 7,000 coins, so I think our price of is quite attractive. Don’t tilt at windmills, do buy this coin as a reminder to keep your head about you.
£6.95

Curacao, 2 1/2 Gulden 1944

Queen Wilhelmina 2 ½ Gulden 1944 struck at the Mint in Denver Colorado, Brilliant Uncirculated and World War II.
£29.50

Cyprus, 1/2 Piastres, George VI, 1949

Uncirculated condition
£12.95

Denmark, 10KR 1967 Margrethe

This Danish silver crown was issued in the 1960’s when a crownsized piece was 10 Kroner; today similar sized pieces have a face value of 200 Kroner. It just goes to show what inflation will do to money. It is struck in 800 fine Silver and is in Uncirculated condition. It was struck in 1967 for the wedding of Princess Margrethe.
£24.50

Denmark, 10KR Benedikte

This Danish silver crown was issued in the 1960’s when a crownsized piece was 10 Kroner; today similar sized pieces have a face value of 200 Kroner. It just goes to show what inflation will do to money. It is struck in 800 fine Silver and is in Uncirculated condition. It was struck in 1968 for the wedding of Princess Benedikte.
£24.50

Denmark, 1930 2 Kroner Commemorative. Choice Unc.

Early Danish 2 Kroner commemorative issue.
£24.50

Denmark, 20 Kronor 1913

King Christian X, Choice Brilliant Uncirculated
£360.00

Denmark, Skilling 1815

Very Fine for issue
£30.00

Dominican Republic 5 coin set

Five coins: 1 Centavo, 5 Centavos, 10 Centavos, 25 Centavos and Half a Peso. Dated 1987-1991. You never see most of these coins, especial the ½ Peso with the 3 head.
£9.95

Dominican Republic, 1 Peso 1995 UN 50th

This Scarce Crown or One Peso was issued by the Dominican Republic for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, and was struck by our own Royal Mint. It was issued in 1995 which is now some 25 years ago. You almost never see this crown, because the whole United Nations project was not a winner for the Mint. It has doves of peace above a globe of the world with the United Nations emblem. The obverse has the arms of the Dominican Republic. We could charge a lot of money for this Scarce Crown, but at Coincraft when we buy right, you buy right…
£9.95

Dominican Republic, 1979 Peso with Juan Pablo Duarte

Cupro-nickel crown issued in 1979 in Uncirculated Condition
£8.95

France, 1930 Tombac Set of 3

These coins were used in France from 1931 until the start of World War II. They are struck in aluminum-bronze or as the Canadian’s call it, tombac. You get the 50 Centime, 1 Franc and 2 Franc coin all in selected used condition. You have the head of Liberty on one side and the value and date on the other side.
£4.95

Maria Theresa Thaler (Re-strike) Brilliant Uncirculated

Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful coins ever struck. It was struck at the Austrian Mint from 1780 until now. The fact is they still strike them today with the 1780 date on them. They are large silver coins that contain about 3/4 of an ounce of pure silver and they are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. We have not had these for years, but a lucky buy has put them back into stock. But not at our original price of £28.50. A beautiful large silver coin, considered one of the most beautiful ever struck and at a £10.00 savings.
£38.50

Republic of Burundi, Mint Set of 4

Republic of Burundi Mint Set of 4. The Republic of Burundi is not one of the African nations that one hears a lot about. It is one of the smallest countries in Africa and is also landlocked. Not all that many people go there and far fewer of them have their coins. We can offer you a four coin Mint Set in Uncirculated condition. You get the 1, 5, 10 and 50 Franc coins from 2003-2011 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They are most unusual designs and I think rather modern and still interesting. If you want exotic coins from an exotic country then these are them. Not easy to find and certainly not easy to get.
£5.95

United States of America, 1983 Dollar Olympics Silver Proof

With the Olympics postponed until next year, the interest in older Olympic issues will increase. Yes, some countries will be issuing Olympic coins, but their prices will be very high. Mints worldwide are charging more and more for their coins and, of course, the price of silver has almost doubled. So we looked through our inventory to see what we could do. And we found this coin, one of the first three American Silver Dollars issued for the Olympics: the 1983 Dollar issued for the Olympics held in Los Angeles, in Proof condition, we think it's good value considering what some of the countries are going to charge.
£39.50

United States of America, 1984 'S' Liberty Dollar Olympics Silver Proof

With the Olympics postponed until next year, the interest in older Olympic issues will increase. Yes, some countries will be issuing Olympic coins, but their prices will be very high. Mintsworldwide is charging more and more for their coins and of course, the price of silver has almost doubled. So we looked through our inventory to see what we could do. And we found this coin, one of the first three American Silver Dollars issued for the Olympics: the 1984 'S' Liberty Dollar issued for the Olympics held in Los Angeles, in Proof condition, we think it's good value considering what some of the countries are going to charge.
£39.50