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Canada Hockey 50c 1910-11

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1910-11. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Canada Hockey 50c 1909-10

Canada’s national sport is Ice Hockey and the Canadian Mint issued a series of six different 50 Cent coins to honour the Centennial of the Montreal Canadiens. This coin has a colour rendition of the logo of the Montreal Canadiens from 1909-10. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each of these five coins. Each comes packaged in a full colour card so you can see both sides. The coins are still sealed just as they came from the Canadian Mint. First time we have had them, of course everyone knows that the best team is the Boston Bruins, but what the heck, Ice Hockey was originated in Canada. Nice coins in Choice Uncirculated Specimen strikings.
£6.95

Edward VIII Australia 6d

These Sterling Silver Edward VIII Patina Sixpences were made as part of a set, some 15 years ago. We were lucky enough to obtain a small group of the Sixpence in Proof condition. The person who made them, decided to break them up sometime ago, as the price of silver was much higher. A fantastic Edward VIII piece for your collection, Proof Sterling Silver and priced at a level that is fair and reasonable, what more could you want? Add this to your collection while stocks last, when they are gone there will be no more…
£12.50

Canada 1953 Coronation Dollar

In 1953 Canada issued its first ever Queen Elizabeth II Silver Dollar. It was to honour her Coronation and was the beginning of a series that is still being struck today. The Silver Dollar is struck in 800 fine Silver has the very youthful portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a trapper and a native American in a canoe on the reverse. They are one of only 3-4 Coronation crownsized issues released in 1953 worldwide. We would guess for the next Coronation there will be more coins than you can shake a stick at… These Canadian Coronation Silver Dollars are in Extremely Fine condition and well worth adding to your collection. Supplies are limited.
£29.50

British West Africa GVI 1950 KN 1/10 Penny BU

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£4.95

British West Africa 1/10th Penny 1940 Unc

The smallest coin issued by British West Africa under Kings George V and George VI is the 1/10th Penny. It is about the size of the old sixpence, struck in cupro-nickel and with a hole in the middle. The hole was so the locals could carry the coins on a string as they didn’t have pockets. Uncirculated condition and generally difficult to find.
£5.00