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1958 Canadian Silver Dollar

In 1958 Canada issued a commemorative Silver Dollar with a Totem pole on it and Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. The Totem pole was sacred to the original inhabitants of Canada, they used to be called Eskimos or Inuits but are now called First Nation People. The Totem pole was sacred to them and it is illegal to own one, but you can own the Silver Dollar that portrays them. This coin was only issued for one year 1958 and so it is now 60 years old. It is crown sized, struck in 800 fine silver and in Uncirculated condition. Now getting more and more difficult to find. Our dealer in Canada was unable to find us any on his last visit.
£34.50

1964 Canadaian Charlottetown Silver Dollar

Canada was the last country in the world to issue commemorative silver dollars that were actually used in everyday usage. Here we are offering a 1967 Canadian Dollar in Uncirculated condition featuring Charlottetown; these are full crownsized coins and struck in 800 fine Silver.
£32.50

1967 Canadian Flying Goose Silver Dollar

Canada was the last country in the world to issue commemorative silver dollars that were actually used in everyday usage. Here we are offering a 1967 Canadian Dollar in Uncirculated condition featuring a flying goose; these are full crownsized coins and struck in 800 fine Silver.
£32.50

Armenia scarce Mint Set

Armenia has only been striking coins for general usage since 2003. We are proud to be able to offer this scarce 6 coin Mint Set with all the coins issued in 2003, except the 10 Dram, which was not minted until 2004. You get the 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 Dram coins in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The catalogue price is $18.50 in Uncirculated condition and this set is in Brilliant Uncirculated. A very difficult set to find and get out of the country. The first time that we have had it to offer. We were only allowed to buy 100 sets, so if you want / need this set, please get in quickly.
£9.95

Australia 1910 3d Extremely Fine

In 1901 Australia gained its independence, but it did not issue its first silver coins until 1910. They were issued under King Edward VII and because he died that year, they were the first but only a one year type coin for the country. Thus these 1910 Edward VII Silver Threepences are doubly important, their first 3d and only issued that one year under King Edward VII. We have very high grade examples on offer, they are in Extremely Fine condition and this year they are 108 years old. Supplies are very limited, so if you want one, please get in quickly…
£32.50

Australia 1927 2/- Gem Unc

This 1927 Florin was issued by Australia to show off their new Parliament Building in Canberra. It was their first commemorative coin, but then again, they had only been issuing coins since 1910. You have the crowned bust of King George V on one side and the new Parliament Building on the other side. They issued quite a lot of these coins and they are almost common in Fine and Very Fine condition, but in the higher grades they are quite tough to find. This group has this first commemorative in Gem uncircualted, if you want a beautiful example, it would be hard to find better than these…
£150.00