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Australia, Birth of Prince George Silver Proof Dollar

On the 22nd of July 2013 Prince George was born to Prince William and Princess Catherine. Australia issued a handsome Silver Proof Crown or Dollar to honour the event. You have the happy couple with the baby on one side and the delighted Grand Mother, Elizabeth II on the other side. Struck in 99.9 pure silver this crownsized coin weighs 31.135 grams or a full troy ounce of silver. The mintage was 10,000 pieces and each comes with a certificate of authenticity and a presentation case from the Perth Mint. As the Royal Mint charges about £80 for a crownsized coin in only Sterling Silver, this must be real value at only £49.50. After all this little infant will one day be our King.
£49.50

Gibraltar, Charlie Chaplin Crown, 1995

Issued by Gibraltar as part of a series to mark the Centenary of the Cinema, 1885-1995.
£18.95

Royal Birthday Crown Special 2011

This beautiful Crown was issued in 2011 for Queen Elizabeth II’s 85th birthday. You have the conjoined busts of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on the reverse and H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. It is full crownsized and has been gold plated before striking to make it even more beautiful. It says it all really with the inscription ‘Royal Birthday Commemoration’ ‘2011’ and ‘One Crown’. It is in Proof condition and comes in a protective capsule to protect the coin.
£8.95

Somalia, 3 Crowns for Pope John II

We have just 10 sets of Pope John Paul II Somalia Crowns. There are three Prooflike pieces in each set and with the increase in the metal prices; the planchets alone are worth a bunch. As we need the space, and we do not want to count them again, we will be offering them at a discounted price. Only a few lucky collectors will get to bag this bargain, so make sure you are one of them!
£9.95

St. Helena and Ascension Islands, Andy & Fergie Double Country Crown 1986 Unc

In 1986 on the 23rd of July Prince Andrew married Miss Sarah Ferguson, a marriage that was not to last, unfortunately. Two South Atlantic islands, St. Helena and Ascension Island, combined to honour this event and by combining they made a rather interesting piece. You have the couple on one side with Prince Andrew in military uniform, a few years earlier he served as a helicopter pilot in the Falkland Islands. The other side has Prince Andrew’s Mother, better known as H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. These are cupronickel crownsized 50 Pence pieces and are in Uncirculated condition. They are now 33 years old and being sold for about the same price that they sold for 30 years ago! Your gain!
£5.95

Tristan da Cunha, Captain James Cook Proof Crown In Capsule

Captain James Cook on his three voyages to the South Pacific, mapped all of New Zealand, much of the East Coast of Australia, found the Sandwich Islands and South Georgia. He was also the first European to begin formal contact with the Hawaii Islands. Which was unfortunate, as when he returned there, there was a terrible fight and he was killed in 1779. This handsome silver plated diamond shaped coin from Tristan da Cunha honours this great explorer. You have Captain James Cook on one side with his sailing ship and a ships wheel behind him. The other side has H.M. the Queen. Each large sized diamond shaped crown comes in a unique heavy plastic capsule to protect the proof surface. A great man and a wonderful coin, what more could you ask for?
£11.50