In 2018 the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge had another son. They named him Louis and the Royal Mint struck some of the 1 Pence coins in Brilliant Uncirculated Sterling Silver to commemorate the event. We have them in the Official Royal Mint case with certificates or in the American slabs, the choice is yours. Supplies are very limited and they are rather nice whichever way you want them.
The 20 Pence piece although only having been minted since 1982 has turned out to be one of if not the most popular denomination. We have come across a small group of the coins dated 1989-1998 in Proof condition. Here we present the 1990 20 Pence. They are struck in cupro-nickel and come from the Proof Sets of those years. A beautiful coin and you cannot get them in any higher grade…
The 20 Pence piece although only having been minted since 1982 has turned out to be one of if not the most popular denomination. We have come across a small group of the coins dated 1989-1998 in Proof condition. Here we present the 1993 20 Pence. They are struck in cupro-nickel and come from the Proof Sets of those years. A beautiful coin and you cannot get them in any higher grade…
The 20 Pence piece although only having been minted since 1982 has turned out to be one of if not the most popular denomination. We have come across a small group of the coins dated 1989-1998 in Proof condition. Here we present the 1995 20 Pence. They are struck in cupro-nickel and come from the Proof Sets of those years. A beautiful coin and you cannot get them in any higher grade…
This Sovereign is struck by the Royal Mint in their highest standard Proof, meaning the planchet and the die are polished before they strike them. Then each coin is struck multiple times to get the best high relief. It comes in a protective capsule and is in Proof condition. The coin weighs about 8 grams of 22ct Gold and has the portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
In 1984 the Royal Mint issued the last coins and the last Proof Sets with the Machin bust of Queen Elizabeth II. In this Proof Set, there is a total of 5 (Five) coins not issued for circulation!!! This 1984 Proof Set contains the £1, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p, 2p, 1p & 1/2p. Of these the 1/2p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 50p coins were not issued for circulation. If these were American coins, they would sell for at least £100 each or £700-£1,000 for the group and that doesn’t include the Proof coins that were issued for circulation. We think this last Proof Set of the Machin bust is very exciting. Remember 5 coins in this Proof Set were not issued for circulation.
In 2010 Tristan da Cunha as part of a series, issued a crown noting the Accession of Princess Elizabeth into Queen Elizabeth II. It happened at Tree Tops and there is a small plaque there commemorating the event. This gold plated crown shows the young Elizabeth and the date 1952. The obverse has a portrait of our Queen as she looks now and the date 2010. Each crown is full crownsized, gold plated, struck in Proof and comes in a protective capsule. It remind us of the Queen Victoria medal in 1897, showing both the Young Head and the Old Head. Although, our Monarch looks far better at her age than Queen Victoria did.
If you're looking for a bargain, this is piece is certainly one. The Royal Mint has charged between £82.00-£88.00 for silver proof £5 pieces. You can have this 2000 Queen Mother’s 100th £5 Silver Proof while stocks last for just £49.50. Get it while you can! It is certainly a bargain at our price of just £49.50.
If you're looking for a bargain, this is piece is certainly one. The Royal Mint has charged between £82.00-£88.00 for silver proof £5 pieces. You can have this 2006 Queen’s 80th Birthday £5 Silver Proof while stocks last for just £49.50. Get it while you can! It is certainly a bargain at our price of just £49.50.
Gold Sovereign from Queen Elizabeth II featuring Rank-Broadley portrait. The coins are selected and many are well above average. All coins are original and genuine and were struck in 22ct (916 2/3rd fine gold).
In the United States collecting rolls of coins has always been an important part of the hobby. We don’t know if people, collect, hoard or buy to give away as gifts. In any case collecting coins by the roll is very important. So we sent to one of our suppliers in America and bought a number of their square plastic tubes for coins. The square ones will not roll all over the place. When we describe a roll it refers to the packaging and not the number in the roll. This particular role has 18 Florins. All coins are Queen Elizabeth II, the last year of issue of our Pre-Decimal coins. Start a new hobby, collect Brilliant Uncirculated rolls of British coins!
In 1953 Queen Elizabeth II had her Coronation and the Royal Mint issued her first-ever Crown, her Coronation Crown. As her Majesty is now 93 years old and this crown is within 4 years of being 70 years old it is rather important. 20 years ago because of a promotion by one of the marketing companies, the wholesale price on this crown was £10.00 and at that price, we could have sold thousands if we had them. We have just bought a nice group of the 1953 Coronation Crown in Extremely Fine condition. We are selling them for just £9.95 each which is less than we could have sold them wholesale more than 20 years ago, demand will increase greatly. We sell nothing as an investment, but these are fantastic crowns and fantastic buys. Worth having a few as souvenirs…
This Crown or Twenty-Five Pence coin was issued in 1977 to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee 1952-1977. It carries on the tradition of the Coronation crown, in that the Queen is on horseback. They are struck in cupro nickel. We have had some wonderful strong plastic tubes come in from the States. They hold 20 crownsized pieces safe and secure. These Crowns are in Uncirculated condition, we have taken them from original mint sealed bags. A wonderful thing to own or you could break up the roll and give them as gifts.
In 1977 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee, 25th anniversary of her reign. The Royal Mint issued the second modern Proof Set for this Queen to contain a crown or 25 Pence Piece. Normally we charge £32.50 for this Proof Set with the crown. If you don’t think it is a bargain, look on the Royal Mint website and see how much they are charging for current Proof Sets!
If you're looking for a bargain, this is piece is certainly one. The Royal Mint has charged between £82.00-£88.00 for silver proof £5 pieces. You can have this 2018 Sapphire Jub Coronation £5 Silver Proof while stocks last for just £49.50. Get it while you can! It is certainly a bargain at our price of just £49.50.
In 1960 the Royal Mint issued a Special Crown for the British Exhibition in New York. It is without doubt, the most difficult of the Queen Elizabeth II Crowns to obtain. The mintage figure is just over a million coins, but they almost never turn up, where are they all? On the obverse is the Queen, the first time her portrait had been on a crown and on the reverse are four shields. Here we offer this coin in Extremely Fine.
Most people think that the last pre-decimal coins struck for circulation were dated 1967, they would only be partly right. In fact most pre-decimal coins were last struck in 1967, that is except for the Shilling. The last Shilling struck for circulation was in 1966, they did not make any in 1967. They issued two different types of 1966 Shillings, the English reverse and the Scottish reverse. The coin on offer this issue is the Scottish 1966 Shilling in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. As the Shilling had a direct decimal equivalent they felt that they had enough of this denomination to fill all their needs at the time. We are offering you a pair (2 pieces) of the 1966 Scottish Shilling in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Why two pieces? So you can show the obverse and reverse at the same time
Shillings with the Scottish reverse were first made in 1937, to honour Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, George VI’s wife. They were last made in 1966, because we were going decimal. The coins on offer are dated 1963 and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, remember it is almost the last date that a Scottish Shilling was struck. Nice gifts to anyone with Scottish blood in them. Brilliant Uncirculated and dated 1963.
It was during the reign of King George VI that all silver was removed from our coinage and replaced with what we use today, cupronickel. But what many collectors do not realise is that the cupronickel coins of George VI in choice condition are much harder to get than choice silver coins of George VI. We recently purchased a group of the 1949 Scottish Shillings, put away in 1949 and they are super! We've have classed them Choice Uncirculated and Gem Uncirculated, presented here is the coin graded in Gem Unc. The worst coin is far superior to what you see on the market and the finest coins are just about as good as you will ever see. A chance to buy a Choice George VI 1949 Scottish cupronickel Shilling at a price that will please you…
In 2009 the Royal Mint issued one of their last round pounds for circulation. Unfortunately most of the coins were used and very few were put aside for collectors. So Uncirculated examples are difficult to find and this date is missing from many collections. You have the Rank-Broadley bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a shield on the reverse. The coins on offer were put aside in 2009 and thus are in Uncirculated condition. Nothing special about this coin, just that it is not easy to find these days in Uncirculated condition. We were happy to buy this group, as we know that many collectors will want an example for their collection. The round pound is no more so this is a good coin to add to your collection.
2017, Silver Britannia, struck in 999 fine Silver. Matt and brilliant Prooflike on the reverse and the obverse has the pebble dashed surface. They have redesigned the reverse, getting rid of the pebble dashing behind Britannia and replacing it with rays from the sun. It looks much better. Each coin contains one ounce of pure silver and has a denomination of £2, they are full crownsized and rather handsome. Don’t miss out on this new design of the Silver Britannia, we think you will like it.
This is a wonderful offer the 2016 Silver Britannia in Proof condition in the Official Royal Mint case and with all the packaging. You don’t often see the Britannia in Proof, as we believe the mintages are rather low. These were bought on The Continent from one of the Royal Mint distributors. Beautiful coins, original Royal Mint packaging and nice to look at. We think this is the first time that we have any quantity of any Silver Britannia in Proof condition. Even so our supply just might be large enough for the demand we are expecting, after all it is rather beautiful.
The 2016 Silver Britannia’s are certainly something Special. Firstly the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II has changed and she is now more mature. Also the quality of the silver being used is also different. While you still get one ounce of pure silver, they are now struck in four nines silver i.e. 999.9 and not 925 or Sterling Silver. This was done to placate the buyers in the Far East who want only pure silver coins with a pebble-dash surface. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Add one or more to your collection for a great price! The limit is 3 coins per collector at this price.
We have been able to get first strikes of the New 2019 Silver Britannia coins. They are 1 ounce of 999 Fine silver and in Prooflike Uncirculated condition, they are beautiful and choice and wouldn’t they make excellent holiday gifts? You have Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a standing figure of Britannia on the reverse. They look almost like a Proof and remember these are early first strikes and just beautiful. Be one of the first to have the New 2019 Silver Britannia, we were only allowed 300 pieces, so please get in quickly if you want one in time for the holiday season. Of course, we will have more later, but these are early strikes and we have them now!
In 1977 Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee 1952-1977. The Royal Mint, as they did with her Grandfather, George V, issued a special silver commemorative crown or five-shilling piece. It shows the Queen on horseback and was a very popular with the public at the time. In fact, it was probably was the height of public celebrations. The 1977 Silver Jubilee Crown in Proof Sterling Silver is one of the most popular of her reign and the best value of her entire series. Today the Mint seems to be issuing a crownsized coin almost every day. The Royal Mint price today for a crownsized silver coin in Proof is £82.50. Here we offer you Proof Sterling Silver examples of the 1977 Silver Jubilee Crown with the Official Royal Mint case for just £5 extra. Remember these silver proof crowns are now 43 years old and are crown coins not the £5 pieces issued today. We think these silver proof crowns are real coins and not some fantasy £5 piece that has never actually been used.
In 1983 the Royal Mint issued its first ever non Gold pound coin, in 1984 they issued their second ever non Gold pound. It is this second coin that we are now offering to you. It was the start of a series of four coins and the coins on offer are the Special Collectors Edition struck in Piedfort Proof Sterling Silver. Each coin comes in a protective capsule with a Royal Mint case. These beautiful Proof Silver versions of the pound in your pocket, quickly sold out. Even our supply is very limited.
In 1993 the Royal Mint issued a Pound coin to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Round Pound. It had exactly the same reverse design as the 1983 issue, but the Queen’s portrait was by a different engraver. The Mint issued coins for circulation in a base metal and for collectors a similar version but in Proof Sterling Silver. For their VIP collectors they issued the coin in Piedfort or double the normal thickness Proof Sterling Silver. It is that VIP example that we now offer to you. As the Round Pound is no more, that makes these Sterling Silver Proofs even more desirable for collectors. After all the series is finished now and you know what pieces you need to complete your collection. The 1993 Piedfort Silver Proof Round Pound is most impressive and missing from many collections. It is best to get one now while they are still available.
These are Piedfort or double the normal thickness of the Silver Proof Pound. Today the Royal Mint charges £100.00 for a Piedfort Pound. You'll notice the price at which we offer these coins is much more attractive.