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Picture of East Africa & Uganda 1c 1912H BU

East Africa & Uganda 1c 1912H BU

This British Colony no longer exists, after this coin was struck some 107 years ago, it became East Africa and after that Uganda. We bought a hoard of these One Cent coins struck at The Mint Birmingham Ltd. in 1912 with the H mintmark. I have never seen this coin before in such wonderful quality. They were issued under King George V and are now 107 years old. They were struck with a hole in the centre so the natives, who did not have pockets, could string them around their neck. You have a crown and the name of King George V on one side with the denomination on the other side. These are beautiful coins and they should really be in your collection. Once this hoard is gone, there will be no more. Brilliant Uncirculated, 107 years old and struck when Britain really had an Empire. They are Rare so choice.
£20.00
Picture of East Africa and Uganda, 1c 1912H Choice Brilliant Uncirculated

East Africa and Uganda, 1c 1912H Choice Brilliant Uncirculated

This British Colony no longer exists, after this coin was struck some 107 years ago, it became East Africa and after that Uganda. We bought a hoard of these One Cent coins struck at The Mint Birmingham Ltd. in 1912 with the H mintmark. I have never seen this coin before in such wonderful quality. The worst ones are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and the best ones are in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They were issued under King George V and are now 107 years old. They were struck with a hole in the centre so the natives, who did not have pockets, could string them around their neck. You have a crown and the name of King George V on one side with the denomination on the other side. These are beautiful coins and they should really be in your collection. Once this hoard is gone, there will be no more. CHOICE Brilliant Uncirculated, 107 years old and struck when Britain really had an Empire. They are Rare so choice.
£30.00
Picture of East Caribbean States, $10 commemorative, 1981. BU Prooflike

East Caribbean States, $10 commemorative, 1981. BU Prooflike

Crown-sized $10 commemorative issued in 1981 to for the World Food Day, 16 October.
£9.95
Picture of East Caribbean States, George VI & Princess Elizabeth

East Caribbean States, George VI & Princess Elizabeth

Now you don’t see many of the Silver Proof $5.00 Crowns from the East Caribbean States, so perhaps it is worthwhile to add this crown and this country to your collection. It shows King George VI giving a radio broadcast, maybe his Christmas message,with Princess Elizabeth looking over his shoulder. It reads ‘Tenderness to tradition, to you my people’. A choice Proof with brilliant and frosted designs, Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. And sealed in a plastic capsule to preserve the quality of the coin. Today the Royal Mint charges £82 for a silver proof Crown, so we think this is rather good value at this price. But not all that many are available.
£42.50
Picture of Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277/10 (1869)

Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277/10 (1869)

Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277 year 10 (1869). KM.247a. Uncirculated
£35.00
Picture of Egypt, Qirsh AH 1327/2 (1910H)

Egypt, Qirsh AH 1327/2 (1910H)

Egypt, Qirsh AH 1327 year 2 (1910 H). Uncirculated and Scarce thus
£45.00
2001 50 pence History of British coins - Queen Victoria Silver Proof_rev

Falkand Islands, 50 pence 2001 (History of British coins - Queen Victoria) Silver Proof

Flakland Islands, 2001 50 Pence Queen Victoria & Victoria Young Head Shield Sovereign. Silver Proof Crown
£49.50
Falkand Islands, 50 Pence 2001 (History of British coins - Queen Victoria) Silver Proof Piedfort_rev

Falkand Islands, 50 Pence 2001 (History of British coins - Queen Victoria) Silver Proof Piedfort

Flakland Islands, 2001 50 Pence Queen Victoria & Victoria Young Head Shield Sovereign. Silver Proof Piedfort Crown
£89.50
Falkand Islands, 50 pence 2001 History of British coins - Queen Victoria Young Head Sovereign_rev

Falkand Islands, 50 pence 2001 History of British coins - Queen Victoria Young Head Sovereign

This is a fantastic coin on coin piece from the Falkland Islands. It is a crown sized silver 50 Pence piece of Queen Elizabeth II, depicting not only Queen Victoria but also a representation of one of her coins, which is highlighted in gold. They come in regular thickness and in Piedfort double thickness. We believe that the mintages are rather low. Each coin is struck in Proof Sterling Silver and has Her Majesty the Queen on the obverse. These are very difficult low mintage coins to find, they are yours at very special prices. Remember today the Mint charges about £80 for a silver-proof crown and about £155 in piedfort and their mintages are much, much higher.
From £49.50
50_Pence_Prince_Andrew_Crown_1985_rev

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence (Prince Andrew Crown) 1985

This crown was issued in 1985 for Prince Andrews visit to the Falkland Islands, where he had served during the conflict. He was there to open the new Mount Pleasant Airport in May 1985. It is Prooflike Uncirculated Crownsized 50 Pence. You have H. H. the Queen (his Mother) on the obverse and his portrait on the reverse. If you are going to use this coin for gambling, be sure to call heads. Steve just found 50 pieces that had been forgotten in the move…
£7.95
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence (Victoria 100th Anniversary) 2001  Silver Proof_obv

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence (Victoria 100th Anniversary) 2001 Silver Proof

In 2001 the Falkland Islands issued a special silver crown to honour the 100th-anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria. You have the crowned bust of Queen Victoria on one side in the style that was used on colonial coins of the time. The Obverse has the crowned bust of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. We have never see this silver proof crown before, it was part of the inventory we bought from a retired coin dealer. It is quite a handsome piece and comes complete in a protective capsule. We don’t know what the mintage is but we believe it is very low. We guess on today’s prices that the mints are charging we should be asking over £80.00 for it. But we bought it right and we are going to sell it right. We have 200 pieces in stock, the first 100 are £39.50 each and once they are sold the next 100 will cost £49.50 each.
£39.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Artist' Silver Piedfort Crown_rev

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Artist' Silver Piedfort Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof Piedfort coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as an Artist.
£99.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Artist' Silver Crown_rev

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Artist' Silver Proof Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as an Artist.
£59.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Author' Silver Piedfort Crown_obv

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Author' Silver Piedfort Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof Piedfort coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as an Author.
£99.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Author' Silver Crown_obv

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Author' Silver Proof Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as an Author.
£59.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Soldier' Silver Piedfort Crown_obv

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Soldier' Silver Piedfort Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof Piedfort coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as a soldier.
£99.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Soldier' Silver Proof_rev

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Soldier' Silver Proof Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as a soldier.
£69.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Statesman' Silver Piedfort Crown_obv

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Statesman' Silver Piedfort Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof Piedfort coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as a Statesman.
£99.50
Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Statesman' Silver Proof Crown_obv

Falkland Islands, 50 Pence Churchill - Man of Many Parts 'Statesman' Silver Proof Crown

Falkland Islands crown-size 50 Pence Silver Proof coin from the series Churchill - Man of Many Parts. The reverse depicts Wiston Churchill as a Statesman.
£59.50
Falkland Islands, Crown-size Churchill (Man of Many Parts) Silver Proof 50 Pences_Artist

Falkland Islands, Crown-size Churchill (Man of Many Parts) Silver Proof 50 Pences

Please read this carefully, only 100 collectors in the whole world can own one of these. In 2005 the Palace authorized the Falkland Islands to strike a series of 4 coins to honour our War Time Prime Minister Winston Churchill. They were authorized by both the Queen and Buckingham Palace, but because of delays they only struck 100 of each coin. They were struck in Sterling Silver Proof and Piedfort or double thickness Sterling Silver Proof, but just 100 of each design in each thickness. One of the Rarest modern coins around today. Churchill is one of the most popular subjects for coins and the tiny mintage of just 100 pieces of each is incredible. They were going to strike more pieces later, but that was never done, so the final mintage is just 100 pieces of each type. We bought them all, so if you want one, you come to Coincraft. Because of the low mintage, they were never even submitted to be listed in the coin catalogues. We shall be sending out a notice to coin magazines and catalogues of their existence and their extremely low mintages. This will no doubt cause a lot of interest from collectors all over the world and interest means money. But you get first chance... Low mintage, unlisted in the catalogues, what more could you ask for? How about Coincraft prices? Please, please, please!!! Do NOT delay if you want one, there are very few pieces available. Once the fact they exist is out, there will be worldwide interest and demand.
From £59.50
Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Coronation Balcony_rev

Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Coronation Balcony

Falkland 2002 Coronation Balcony Silver Proof
£39.50
Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Palace Flypast

Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Palace Flypast

Falkland 2002 50 Pence Palace Flypast in Silver Proof.
£39.50
Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Queen Crowned_obv

Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Queen Crowned

Falkland 2002 Queen Crowned Silver Proof
£39.50
Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Queen on Horseback_rev

Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, Queen on Horseback

Falkland 2002 Queen on Horse Silver Proof
£39.50
Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, The Crown_rev

Falkland, 2002 50 Pence Silver Proof, The Crown

Falkland 2002 The Crown Silver Proof
£39.50