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Elizabeth II, Silver Piedfort Pound, 1994

These are Piedfort or double the normal thickness of the Silver Proof Pound, struck in 1994. Today the Royal Mint charges £100.00 for a Piedfort Pound. Our prices are significantly more competitive.
£49.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Piedfort Pound, 1998

In 1998 the Royal Mint used the reverse die that they used on the first non gold pound ever in 1983, the arms of Great Britain. In my opinion it is the most attractive of the designs and by using just one design, they could cut down on the number of counterfeits in circulation. There are so many different designs in circulation, that even a coin dealer doesn’t know which ones are right and which ones are wrong. These were struck in Proof Sterling Silver Piedfort or double thickness. You have the Great Britain reverse and the Rank-Broadly bust of the Queen on the obverse. Each coin comes in a protective capsule in the Royal Mint case of issue. Also you must remember that the 1998 issue is not that easy to get. Supplies are limited ad at £59.50
£59.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Piedfort Pound, 2003

These are Piedfort or double the normal thickness of the Silver Proof Pound, struck in 2003. Today the Royal Mint charges £100.00 for a Piedfort Pound. Our prices are significantly more competitive.
£69.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Charles & Diana Crown, 1981 FDC in case

Struck in Sterling Silver measuring 38.61 mm and weighing 28.28 grammes.
£49.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Penny (Archie Presentation Pack), 2019

The Royal Mint issued a One Penny piece in 2019 struck in Sterling Silver. It was for the birth if the first child of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s First Child and comes in a special presentation package. This is something the Mint is unlikely to continue with. A Proof Sterling Silver Penny of 2019 in package. We have just 35 of them, so please get in quickly
£29.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Piedfort Pound, 1987

In 1984 the Royal Mint started it’s first series of Silver Proof Pounds, they were for Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and finally England. This 1987 issue was the last of the series and was for England. These are the normal coins that are used in circulation, but special collectors editions which the Royal Mint struck in Proof Sterling Silver and an even smaller number in double thick Sterling Silver, which they call Piedfort. Many collectors believe that they should start at the beginning of a series and then work toward today’s coins. The coins we offer are the Piedforts. Each coin comes in the protective capsule as issued by the Mint. Sterling Silver is 925 parts Silver per 1,000 parts total and is the Silver that our coins used to be made of. Remember these are double the normal thickness. Add this beautiful Sterling Silver Piedfort Proof Pound to your collection, it’s a nice place to start…
£65.00

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound in capsule, 1987 FDC

With English 'Oak Tree' reverse, issued as part of a 4-coin series to honour the constiuent parts of the UK.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound in capsule, 1988. FDC

The so-called 'Spade Guinea' Pound
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 1983

The non-gold pound coin was first issued in 1983. What many collectors don’t realise is that the Arnold Machin bust of the Queen was struck for only two years, 1983 and 1984. Thus not only was it the first issue but also the shortest and most difficult to get. The Royal Mint issued special editions for collectors in Proof Sterling Silver in both the normal thickness and in double thickness or Piedfort. Offered here is the 1983 issue in Proof. It comes in Sterling Silver and in a protective capsule. A very short mintage and now getting rather difficult to get.
£49.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 1996

The 1996 Silver Proof Pound is now 22 years old it would make an excellent gift for someone born or married in 1996. It has the Northern Ireland design on it which is the Celtic Cross and should appeal to anyone who has Celtic blood in them. Each coin comes in a protective capsule inside the case of issue as issued by the Mint. The obverse has the Maklouf bust of the Queen and this is the penultimate issue with this bust. We think they are handsome and our price on this Sterling Silver Proof 1996 Silver Proof is very reasonable.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 1997

As this is the Year of the Round Pound. We thought it would be nice to offer some of the dates of Silver Proof Pounds that we have in stock. Here we present the 1997 Silver Proof Pound. The series started in 1983 and ended in 2015. All coins are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and come in a protective capsule.
£49.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 1999

As this is the Year of the Round Pound. We thought it would be nice to offer some of the dates of Silver Proof Pounds that we have in stock. Here we present the 1999 Silver Proof Pound. The series started in 1983 and ended in 2015. All coins are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and come in a protective capsule.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 2001

This Silver Pound features the Rank-Broadley bust of the Queen and is a rather handsome rendition. The reverse has a Celtic Cross which is to honour Northern Ireland. These later date Pounds are getting much more difficult to find and the price is very competitive. Our supplies are limited and at only £39.50! We think it is an excellent buy, please get in quickly…
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 2002

As this is the Year of the Round Pound. We thought it would be nice to offer some of the dates of Silver Proof Pounds that we have in stock. Here we present the 2002 Silver Proof Pound. The series started in 1983 and ended in 2015. All coins are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and come in a protective capsule.
£49.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Pound, 2009

Today the Royal Mint is charging £49.50 for a 2012 Sterling Silver Proof Pound. We have bought one hundred pieces of the 2009 Silver Proof Pound, all in their original black cases of issue with their certificates just as they were issued by the Royal Mint. You have a shield on one side and the Rank-Broadly bust of the Queen on the other side. They are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and were sold by the Royal Mint back in 2009.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof 'Scottish' Pound in capsule FDC, 1994

New reverse design to honour Scotland with the Maklouf portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the obverse.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof 'Scottish' Pound in capsule, 1984

With Scottish 'Thistle' reverse, issued as part of a 4-coin series to honour the constiuent parts of the UK.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof 'Welsh' Pound in capsule, 1990 FDC

The second Pound issued with the Welsh 'Leek' reverse designed by Leslie Durbin.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof 'Welsh' Pound in capsule, 1995. FDC

New reverse design for Wales with the Maklouf portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the obverse.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Sixpence 1957 Uncirculated

This is a strange coin, when Richard moved to London in 1968 this coin cost more in real terms than it does now. Everyone was trying to put together a set of pre-decimal coins in Uncirculated and this is one of the coins that caused a little bit of trouble. Everyone puts away the first year of a new design and especially if it is a Coronation year (1953). The second year less are put away and as time goes on fewer and fewer are put away, until it gets very difficult to find Uncirculated examples of some dates. We bought a small group of 1957 Queen Elizabeth II Sixpences in Uncirculated condition. Not a rare coin, but one that is difficult to find if you need one. They are not expensively priced at just £3.95, but they were more expensive in 1968 than what we are charging now. It just goes to show that not everything goes up in price all the time and Coincraft can offer you some super deals.
£3.95

Elizabeth II, Sixpence Brilliant Uncirculated, 1967

Elizabeth II (1952- ), Sixpence, 1967. Brilliant Uncirculated.
£2.00

Elizabeth II, Sixpence Uncirculated, 1956

Anice example of a pre-decimal Elizabeth II Sixpence in Uncirculated condition. The Sixpence was the only coin that did not have a decimal equivalent that was allowed to still be used when decimal coins came in. That was because it was the price of a phone call in a call box and decimal coins were causing too many problems at that time.
£6.95

Elizabeth II, Sixpence Uncirculated, 1957

This is a strange coin; when I moved to London in 1968 this coin cost more in real terms than it does now. Everyone was trying to put together a set of pre-decimal coins in uncirculated condition and this is one of the coins that caused a little bit of trouble. Everyone puts away the first year of a new design and especially if it is a Coronation year (1953). The second year less are put away and as time goes on fewer and fewer are put away, until it gets very difficult to find uncirculated examples of some dates. We bought a small group of 1957 Queen Elizabeth II Sixpences in uncirculated condition. Not a rare coin, but one that is difficult to find if you need one. They are very inexpensive at just £3.95; they actually cost more in 1968 than I am charging now.
£3.95

Elizabeth II, Small 10 Pence, 1992

Uncirculated with a clipping
£25.00

Elizabeth II, Small 5 Pence Silver Piedfort, 1990

Of all the Silver Piedforts that the Royal Mint have issued over the years, the 1990 silver piedfort five pence proof and 1992 silver piedfort ten pence proof are in our opinion the two that are the most over looked and thus less appreciated. That could be because one of them is very small but both are extremely important type coins and well worth having. They both signal the change in size of two of our most used coins, the Five Pence and the Ten Pence. They are also the only two denominations that were carried forward from Pre-Decimal coins to Decimal coins. They are the 5 Pence that was once known as a shilling and the 10 Pence that was once known as a Florin. In 1990 the greatly reduced the size of the 5 Pence coin and in 1992 the greatly reduced the size of the 10 Pence coin. Both of these special coins were struck in Piedfort or double thickness in Proof Sterling Silver by the Royal Mint. Offered here is the silver piedfort five pence in proof and it comes in a protective capsule. Important coins, are they in your collection?
£19.95

Elizabeth II, Sovereign 2019 Gold Proof

Here is a fantastic Special Offer for you on the difficult to find 2019 Royal Mint Gold Proof Sovereign. These coins are complete in their original, never opened, Royal Mint case of issue with the certificate of authenticity from the Royal Mint. These are exactly as were advertised on their website, unfortunately, they have sold out and they are no longer available from the Royal Mint. But they will sell you a Brilliant Uncirculated example of the 2019 Gold Sovereign in some sort of package for ‘only’ £500.00. How about a choice Proof example of the same year, complete in its original packaging for less than the price of an uncirculated example? Only at Coincraft – Britain’s Coin Shop! We sell a 2019 Gold Proof Sovereign in the original Royal Mint package with the original Royal Mint certificate of authenticity for just £450. That’s right, a Proof for £50 less than they sell an Uncirculated coin.
£450.00

Elizabeth II, Sovereign Pre-decimal Uncirculated

Pre-decimal Gold Sovereign from Queen Elizabeth II. 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).
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Elizabeth II, Sterling Silver Penny, 1996

In 1996 the Royal Mint did something they had never done before. They issued a Proof Set of the then current 1996 coins but, every coin was struck in Proof Sterling Silver. Here we present the 1996 penny in Sterling Silver.
£25.00

Elizabeth II, Ten Pounds 'Year of the Sheep' Brilliant Uncircualted, 2015

Chinese Lunar Year Series, Year of the Sheep, 2015 Ten Pounds (1/10 ounce 0.9999 fine gold) in Royal Mint blister pack.
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Elizabeth II, The Last 5 Crowns Collection

Includes Churchill, Silver Wedding, Silver Jubilee, Queen Mother's Birthday and Charles & Diana Wedding Crowns.
£24.95 £18.95

Elizabeth II, The Last Florin 1967, Brilliant Uncirculated.

Elizabeth II, The Last 1967 Florin. Brilliant Uncirculated. In 1967 the Royal Mint issued its last ever Florin for circulation. Although it had an exact decimal equivalent, the 10p, they decided to stop making them. As most collectors know the florin is the most difficult of the denominations to get. We can offer the last ever, the 1967 Florin in Brilliant Uncirculated condition for just £4.00. At one time a number of years ago, we had to pay that price to get them. But a fortunate find, in our basement, allows us to offer them to you. Limit of three coins per collector and well worth having.
£4.00

Elizabeth II, The Last Halfpenny, 1967

A plate with the obverse and reverse of the last Halfpenny 1967. The reverse engraved 'Halfpenny the last struck at Tower Hill December 31st 1968'. Uncirculated and most unusual, I just don't what to make of it
£595.00

Elizabeth II, two 10 pences (Large & Small) 1992

In 1992 the Royal Mint reduced the size of the 10 Pence, the first time since it was originally struck in 1968. The coin was too big and did not reflect the change in our lives and the usage of our coins. So a new smaller coin was struck. For collectors the Royal Mint issued a set of the old large sized 10p and the new smaller 10p in Sterling Silver. Please remember that the large sized 10p was not produced for circulation in any metal. So if you want a large sized 10p dated 1992 you will need one in silver and this is it. You get both the large sized and the small sized 10 Pences, both dated 1992 and both in Proof Sterling Silver. The pair come in a Royal Mint case of issue.
£39.50

Elizabeth II, Two Pence Proof, 1981

This single Proof decimal coin has been taken from the Proof Sets of the respective year. Over the years some of the coins will have toned a little, but that does not change the fact that they are Proof coins; supplies are limited!
£3.50

Elizabeth II, Two Pence Sterling Silver, 1996

In 1996 the Royal Mint did something they had never done before. They issued a Proof Set of the then current 1996 coins but, every coin was struck in Proof Sterling Silver. Here we present the 1996 Two Pence in Sterling Silver.
£25.00

Elizabeth II, Twopence 1971 Proof

This single Proof decimal coin has been taken from the Proof Sets of the respective year. Over the years some of the coins will have toned a little, but that does not change the fact that they are Proof coins; supplies are limited!
£6.50

Elizabeth II, Twopence Proof, 1989

This single Proof decimal coin has been taken from the Proof Sets of the respective year. Over the years some of the coins will have toned a little, but that does not change the fact that they are Proof coins; supplies are limited!
£4.50

Elizabeth II, Twopence Proof, 1990

This single Proof decimal coin has been taken from the Proof Sets of the respective year. Over the years some of the coins will have toned a little, but that does not change the fact that they are Proof coins; supplies are limited!
£4.50

Elizabeth II, Twopence Proof, 1993

This single Proof decimal coin has been taken from the Proof Sets of the respective year. Over the years some of the coins will have toned a little, but that does not change the fact that they are Proof coins; supplies are limited!
£4.50

Elizabeth II, Twopence, 1975 Proof

This single Proof decimal coin has been taken from the Proof Sets of the respective year. Over the years some of the coins will have toned a little, but that does not change the fact that they are Proof coins; supplies are limited!
£3.50

Elizabeth II, Wedding Crown, 1972 Cupronickel Proof

In 1972 the Royal Mint issued a commemorative 25 Pence or Crown for the Queen & Prince Phillip’s 25th Wedding Anniversary. What most people don’t realise is that there were three different types issued. You have the base metal or cupronickel Crown that was issued in Uncirculated theoretically for circulation and the Sterling Silver Proof issued for collectors, but you also have a third type issued. This is the cupronickel Proof which came in the 1972 Proof Set. The type offered here is the cupronickel proof. It is a simple design with EP for Elizabeth and Phillip on one side and the Queen’s portrait on the other side. It is also the first decimal crown or 25 Pence to be struck for the Queen.
£19.50

Elizabeth II, Wedding Crown, 1972 Cupronickel Uncirculated

In 1972 the Royal Mint issued a commemorative 25 Pence or Crown for the Queen & Prince Phillip’s 25th Wedding Anniversary. What most people don’t realise is that there were three different types issued. You have the base metal or cupronickel Crown that was issued in Uncirculated theoretically for circulation and the Sterling Silver Proof issued for collectors, but you also have a third type issued. This is the cupronickel Proof which came in the 1972 Proof Set. The type offered here is the cupronickel in uncirculated condition. It is a simple design with EP for Elizabeth and Phillip on one side and the Queen’s portrait on the other side. It is also the first decimal crown or 25 Pence to be struck for the Queen.
£2.95

Elizabeth II, Welsh Dragon Piedfort Silver Pound, 2000

2000 Welsh Dragon Piedfort Silver Pound. In 2000 the Royal Mint issued a Pound coin with the Welsh dragon on it. It is a very simple yet handsome design and one that would make anyone wish they were Welsh, just so they could claim the dragon. It is the Rank-Broadley bust of the Queen on the obverse. These are the Very Special coins struck in Proof Sterling Silver and double thickness Piedfort. A beautiful design in gleaming Piedfort Proof Sterling Silver.
£69.50

Elizabeth II, Welsh Pound Coin Uncirculated, 1990

As the round pound is no longer being made, many collectors will be trying to put together a date set in Uncirculated condition and let us tell you many of the dates are tough in Uncirculated. Not many people put away pound coins, after all it was a considerable amount of money. This round pound was struck in 1990 and has the Welsh leek inside a crown. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and are now 28 years old.
£6.95

Elizabeth, £2 Silver Proof, 2009

A dealer we know broke up some Royal Mint 2009 all Silver Proof Sets for the Kew Gardens 50p. We were able to buy the rest of the sets at a most reasonable price, which we are now passing on to you. There were six (6) sets, so there are just six of each of the following Sterling Silver Proof coins. Here we present the £2 in its Royal Mint Protective capsule, at this price it is well worth thinking about…
£34.50

Type Set of British Pennies

Includes the old large bronze Pennies of Queen Victoria, Edward VII, George V, George VI, and Queen Elizabeth II. In September 2015 Queen Elizabeth II replaced Queen Victoria as our longest serving Monarch. The bronze Penny was first issued under Queen Victoria and was last issued under Queen Elizabeth II. Get all five Pennies one of each Monarch for just £7.50. How do we do it? We are coin dealers with the largest inventory in the United Kingdom. We work on a mark-up, not on a dream price. With Coincraft you get good value for your money.
£7.50