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Philippines, 7 coin set

Seven coins: 1 Sentimo, 5 Sentimo, 10 Sentimo, 25 Sentimo, 50 Sentimo, 1 Piso and 2 Piso. Dated 1987-1991.
£16.50

Poland, 1 Zloty 1929

Poland has always been a troubled nation, this was the last coin issued as the Republic and before the German Occupation. It has the Polish Eagle on one side and the value in a fancy cartouche on the other side. It is large (25mm) and struck in nickel. This design was only used in 1929 and is the last 1 Zloty coin issued by the Polish Republic. The coins are in Very Fine condition and are not easy to get any more; after all there are a lot of coin collectors in Poland now. Add one to your collection, it is a very attractive coin.
£3.50

Poland, 10 Zloty 1965

10 Zloty 1965, Nike of Warsaw with sword, for Warsaw’s 70th anniversary, Good Very Fine
£3.95

Poland, Albert I 1/2 Groschen

These Polish silver coins were struck about the time Columbus set out to discover America. The Polish King was called John I Albert and the denomination is 1/2 Groschen. They were minted in Krakow, Poland. They have an eagle within a circle on one side with the legend ‘Moneta 1 Alberti’. The other side has a crown within a circle with the legend ‘Regis Polonie’. They are about 500 years old and in Very Fine condition. We only have 32 examples, so if you want one, please get in quickly…
£49.50

Poland, Copernicus Coin

Zloty coin with portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus. The coins on offer are dated 1968 which makes them over 50 years old. These coins are in Uncirculated condition and the portrait of the scientist is a superb work of a very talented engraver. Not an easy coin to find, especially in Very Fine condition, our supplies are limited.
£4.95

Poland, Silver 3 Polkers Fine

These silver Polish coins were made between 1614-1628 were issued in the reign of the famous Sigismund III (1587-1632). The denomination is quite unusual being 3 Polker. They have a crowned shield on one side with a 3 below. The other side has an orb. They are struck in silver and are now about 400 years old. We offer them here in Fine; you are getting a 400-year-old Polish Silver coin at a most reasonable price. After all how many Polkers do you have in your collection? Buy one of these and you will have 3 Polkers to your name.
£14.95

Poland, Silver 3 Polkers Very Fine

These silver Polish coins were made between 1614-1628 were issued in the reign of the famous Sigismund III (1587-1632). The denomination is quite unusual being 3 Polker. They have a crowned shield on one side with the legend SIGIS 3 D G REX P M D L, with a 3 below. The other side has an orb with 24 in centre (1/24 Thaler) which divides the last two digits of the date, legend MONE NO REG POLO. They are struck in silver and are now about 400 years old. We are offering them here in Very Fine condition: you are getting a 400 year old Polish Silver coin at a most reasonable price. After all how many Polkers do you have in your collection? Buy one of these and you will have 3 Polkers to your name
£24.95

Portugal, Coin Weight 1/4 Joe

9 Shillings in cartouche W1624, Good Very Fine
£40.00

Portugal, 100 Escudos 1986 World Cup

Portuguese commemorative coin from before they used the Euro. 100 Escudos 1986 featuring World Cup in Uncirculated condition. Not easy to get these days, after all the Euro has been in use for quite sometime. Supplies are of course, limited and we think the prices are appealing.
£5.95

Portugal, 100 Escudos 1990 Camilo Castelo Branco

We have purchased a nice group of Uncirculated Portuguese commemorative coins issued when Portugal still used the Escudo. Here we offer the 100 Escudos 1990, with a tree on the obverse and portrait of Camilo Castelo Branco on the reverse. Uncirculated
£3.50

Portugal, 100 Escudos 1991 Antero de Quental

Portuguese commemorative coin from before they used the Euro. 100 Escudos 1991 featuring Antero de Quental in Uncirculated condition. Not easy to get these days, after all the Euro has been in use for quite some time. Supplies are of course, limited and we think the prices are appealing.
£5.95

Portugal, 100 Escudos Azores Ship

This commemorative coin was issued in 1990 as part of the Discovery Series. It is a 100 Escudos coin, about halfcrown sized in Uncirculated condition. The reverse shows a stylised sailing ship and the subject is the discovery of the Azores Islands. Over the years it has toned a little, but we think that goes to show that they are authentic and meant to be used as money.
£3.95

Portugal, 100 Escudos Celestial Navigation

This commemorative coin was issued in 1990 as part of the Discovery Series. It is a 100 Escudos coin, about halfcrown sized in Uncirculated condition. The subject is Astronomical Navigation and the coin depicts nautical iconography on the reverse. Over the years it has toned a little, but we think that goes to show that they are authentic and meant to be used as money.
£3.95

Portugal, 20 Escudos 2001 Nautical Windows

Portuguese commemorative coin from before they used the Euro. 20 Escudos 2001 featuring Nautical Windows in Uncirculated condition. Not easy to get these days, after all the Euro has been in use for quite sometime. Supplies are of course, limited and we think the prices are appealing.
£1.95

Portugal, 200 Escudos (Presidency of EU Commemorative)

1992 Presidency of the EU commemorative issue, crownsized Uncirculated.
£6.95

Portugal, 200 Escudos (Siam Alliance) 1996

We bought these scarce Portuguese crowns or 200 Escudos a few years ago, put them on a shelf, and forgot we had them. Since the Euro replaced the Escudo in Portugal, You just don’t see these around anymore. They are now 25 years old. On offer here is a commemorative edition of the Siam Alliance (Thailand) with conjoined Royal symbols, and view of conical buildings in Unc. This series is very popular in the Far East because of the subjects depicted.
£7.95

Portugal, 200 Escudos 1992 Olympics

Portuguese commemorative coin from before they used the Euro. 200 Escudos 1992 featuring Olympic Runner in Uncirculated condition. Not easy to get these days, after all the Euro has been in use for quite sometime. Supplies are of course, limited and we think the prices are appealing.
£4.95

Portugal, 200 Escudos 1999 Discovery of Brasil UNC

This small sized crown of Portugal was issued when Portugal issued Escudos and not Euros. It commemorates the Portuguese discovery of Brazil with a map. The coin is in Uncirculated condition.
£6.95

Portugal, 200 Escudos 1999 Duarte Pacheco Pereira UNC

This small sized crown of Portugal was issued when Portugal issued Escudos and not Euros. It honours Duarte Pacheco Pereira a sea captain and explorer who protected the Portuguese fort at Cochin in India. The coin is in Uncirculated condition.
£6.95

Portugal, 200 Escudos 1999 Pedro Alvares Cabral UNC

This small sized crown of Portugal was issued when Portugal issued Escudos and not Euros. It honours Pedro Alvares Cabral, the explorer who discovered Brazil while on the way to India. All coins are in Uncirculated condition.
£6.95

Portugal, 250 Escudos 1988 Olympics

We have purchased a nice group of Uncirculated Portuguese commemorative coins issued when Portugal still used the Escudo. Here we offer the 250 Escudos 1988, a commemorative coin of the 1988 Seoul Olympics and one of the very few 250 Escudos issued. Uncirculated
£4.50

Portugal, 250 Escudos 1989 850th Anniversary of founding

We have purchased a nice group of Uncirculated Portuguese commemorative coins issued when Portugal still used the Escudo. Here we offer the 250 Escudos 1989, a commemorative coin of the 850th anniversary of the founding of Portugal. Uncirculated
£4.50

Portugal, 50 Escudos 2001 with ship

We have purchased a nice group of Uncirculated Portuguese commemorative coins issued when Portugal still used the Escudo. Here we offer the 50 Escudos 2001, with a sailing ship on it, unlisted in Krause, We're guessing it fell between editions. Uncirculated
£2.95

Portugal, 500 Reis 1898

Discovery of India, KM538, Extremely Fine but mount removed from the edge
£45.00

Portugal, Coin Weight 18 Shillings

Joannes V, W1535. Very Fine, a bit dirty
£40.00