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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

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

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

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

Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277/10 (1869)

Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277 year 10 (1869). KM.247a. Uncirculated
£35.00

Egypt, Qirsh AH 1327/2 (1910H)

Egypt, Qirsh AH 1327 year 2 (1910 H). Uncirculated and Scarce thus
£45.00

Fiji, 10 Dollars 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Proof Sterling Silver

This handsome Sterling Silver Proof $10 was issued by the South Pacific island nation of Fiji to celebrate the late Queen Mother’s 100th birthday. It is most unusual in that although it is struck in Proof Sterling Silver, the outer rim has been gold plated to simulate a bi-metallic coin. You have the young Elizabeth and David playing with a cart in 1904 on one side and her Daughter Queen Elizabeth II on the other side. These are beautiful Proof Sterling Silver crowns which today the mints would be asking £60-£95 for. But at Coincraft when we buy right, you buy right! So while supplies last you can own one for an incredible price.
£49.50

Fiji, Edward VIII 1 Penny Uncirculated

Because Edward VIII abdicated in 1936, no British coins were struck for circulation. On the other hand, a number of Edward VIII coins were struck for overseas colonies and dependents. The most difficult one to get is the Fiji Penny. It has been some years since we were last able to offer this coin to our collectors. Ian went on a buying trip to New Zealand last year and was able to find a small quantity of this difficult coin. Each coin has a hole in the middle, I guess that was so the locals could carry them on a string. In Uncirculated condition.
£12.50

Fiji, Edward VIII 1 Penny Choice Uncirculated

Because Edward VIII abdicated in 1936, no British coins were struck for circulation. On the other hand a number of Edward VIII coins were struck for overseas colonies and dependents. The most difficult one to get is the Fiji Penny. It has been some years since we were last able to offer this coin to our collectors. Ian went on a buying trip to New Zealand last year and was able to find a small quantity of this difficult coin. Each coin has a hole in the middle, I guess that was so the locals could carry them on a string. In Choice Uncirculated condition.
£17.50

Finland, (Free of Russian Occupation) 25 Penna Unc

What most people don’t know is that Finland only became a free and independent country in 1917. Before then it was under the control of Russia. Here we present the 25 Penna issued by Finland as a free nation. The difference was, under Russian rule, it had a double-headed eagle with a crown on the coin. The same coin was then issued by a Free Finland without the crown on the double-headed eagle. The coin is struck in silver, it is over 100 years and it's in Extremely Fine or better condition. Finland was only able to gain its freedom because Russia itself was caught in the middle of a revolution. A fantastic high-grade silver coin issued after Finland became an independent nation. Add it to your collection!
£14.95

Finland, 1st Free 25 Pennia Unc

Finland was under Russian rule from about 1809 on, and it was not until 1917 that it gained its independence. We have some of the first coins to be issued by Finland as a Free country. These 1917 25 Pennia look just like the coins issued by Russia for Finland, with one little change. If you look on the side with the double-headed eagle you will notice, for the first time, that the Russian crown is no longer evident between the eagles two heads. This removal of the crown celebrated Finland’s freedom and independence. These Silver 25 Pennia coins dated 1917 are in Uncirculated condition and are now 100 years old. A rather nice and historically important coin and in Uncirculated condition.
£12.50

Finland, 7 Coin Mint Set

Seven coins from 1967-1984, 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Pennia plus the 1 and 5 Markkaa. This a very difficult set to put together, especially in Uncirculated condition
£9.95

Finland, Finland under Russia 50 Pennia Uncirculated

What most people don’t realise is that almost from the beginning Finland was ruled by Russia. We have on offer one of the last Silver coins to be struck for Finland by Russia. Within a couple of years, there would be a revolution in Russia and Finland would win its freedom. These are Silver 50 Pennia of Finland dated 1916 and you can tell that the country was under Russian rule, as the double-headed eagle has a crown on it. The coins are now over 100 years old and are in Uncirculated condition. An interesting story, nice condition, and good value...
£19.95

France 50 Cent Unc

This French Silver coin depicting the portrait of a woman sowing on a farm is based on a painting by Millet. They were issued from the late 1890s until about 1919. It is about the size of the British Sixpence. But their price is much less than you would have to pay for similar British coins in similar condition. Dates will be of our choice, but most are toward the end of the date run, but all coins are in Uncirculated condition with nice light toning. Worth adding to your collection, especially at this price.
£14.50

France, 1 Franc Ext Fine 1915

These French Silver 1 Franc coins were some of the last French coins to be struck in silver for regular usage. They have a woman sowing seeds, which is based on a famous painting by Millet. The coins on offer are at least Extremely Fine and many are in Uncirculated condition. We have graded them Extremely Fine but many of you will be getting even better examples. The lowest price we have ever sold them at.
£14.50

France, 1 Franc Ext Fine 1916

These French Silver 1 Franc coins were some of the last French coins to be struck in silver for regular usage. They have a woman sowing seeds, which is based on a famous painting by Millet. The coins on offer are at least Extremely Fine and many are in Uncirculated condition. We have graded them Extremely Fine but many of you will be getting even better examples. The lowest price we have ever sold them at.
£14.50

France, 1 Franc Ext Fine 1917

These French Silver 1 Franc coins were some of the last French coins to be struck in silver for regular usage. They have a woman sowing seeds, which is based on a famous painting by Millet. The coins on offer are at least Extremely Fine and many are in Uncirculated condition. We have graded them Extremely Fine but many of you will be getting even better examples. The lowest price we have ever sold them at.
£14.50

France, 1 Franc Ext Fine 1918

These French Silver 1 Franc coins were some of the last French coins to be struck in silver for regular usage. They have a woman sowing seeds, which is based on a famous painting by Millet. The coins on offer are at least Extremely Fine and many are in Uncirculated condition. We have graded them Extremely Fine but many of you will be getting even better examples. The lowest price we have ever sold them at.
£17.50

France, 1 Franc Ext Fine 1919

These French Silver 1 Franc coins were some of the last French coins to be struck in silver for regular usage. They have a woman sowing seeds, which is based on a famous painting by Millet. The coins on offer are at least Extremely Fine and many are in Uncirculated condition. We have graded them Extremely Fine but many of you will be getting even better examples. The lowest price we have ever sold them at.
£14.50

France, 1 Franc Ext Fine, 1920

These French Silver 1 Franc coins were some of the last French coins to be struck in silver for regular usage. They have a woman sowing seeds, which is based on a famous painting by Millet. The coins on offer are at least Extremely Fine and many are in Uncirculated condition. We have graded them Extremely Fine but many of you will be getting even better examples. The lowest price we have ever sold them at.
£17.50

France, 1/2 Franc 1917

From the French series we offer the beautiful Silver Half Francs of 1917, issued during World War I. These are based on a painting by a famous French artist. We have selected Extremely Fine or better examples. We have sold these most attractive silver coins for as much as £14.50. But while supplies last you can have the date of your choice for a special price.
£10.50

France, 1/2 Franc 1919

From the French series we offer the beautiful Silver Half Francs of 1919. These are based on a painting by a famous French artist. We have selected Extremely Fine or better examples. We have sold these most attractive silver coins for as much as £14.50. But while supplies last you can have the date of your choice for a special price.
£10.50

France, 10 Euro, 2012. Silver Proof (KM.1889)

Crown-sized silver proof issued in 2012 to mark the 10th Anniversary of the Euro.
£39.50

France, 3 Coin Set 1916

From the late 1800s until about 1920 the French issued a beautiful set of coins 1/2 Franc to the 2 Francs. It had a woman sowing grain and we guess was based on the paintings of Millet. We've managed to put together date sets of the three silver denominations, Half Franc, One Franc, and Two Francs. This set is dated 1916. All sets contain matching dates and the coins are in Extremely Fine or better condition. They are still toned, as we have not touched them. But I do believe these are some of the most attractive coins that France has issued in modern times. Supplies are extremely limited and we think they are beautiful.
£59.50

France, 3 Coin Set 1917

From the late 1800’s until about 1920 the French issued a beautiful set of coins 1/2 Franc to the 2 Francs. It had a woman sowing grain and we guess was based on the paintings of Millet. We've managed to put together date sets of the three silver denominations, Half Franc, One Franc and Two Francs. This set is dated 1917. All sets contain matching dates and the coins are in Extremely Fine or better condition. They are still toned, as we have not touched them. But I do believe these are some of the most attractive coins that France has issued in modern times. Supplies are extremely limited and we think they are beautiful.
£59.50