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East Africa & Uganda 1c 1912H BU

This British Colony no longer exists, after this coin was struck some 107 years ago, it became East Africa and after that Uganda. We bought a hoard of these One Cent coins struck at The Mint Birmingham Ltd. in 1912 with the H mintmark. I have never seen this coin before in such wonderful quality. They were issued under King George V and are now 107 years old. They were struck with a hole in the centre so the natives, who did not have pockets, could string them around their neck. You have a crown and the name of King George V on one side with the denomination on the other side. These are beautiful coins and they should really be in your collection. Once this hoard is gone, there will be no more. Brilliant Uncirculated, 107 years old and struck when Britain really had an Empire. They are Rare so choice.
£20.00

East Africa and Uganda, 1c 1912H Choice Brilliant Uncirculated

This British Colony no longer exists, after this coin was struck some 107 years ago, it became East Africa and after that Uganda. We bought a hoard of these One Cent coins struck at The Mint Birmingham Ltd. in 1912 with the H mintmark. I have never seen this coin before in such wonderful quality. The worst ones are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and the best ones are in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They were issued under King George V and are now 107 years old. They were struck with a hole in the centre so the natives, who did not have pockets, could string them around their neck. You have a crown and the name of King George V on one side with the denomination on the other side. These are beautiful coins and they should really be in your collection. Once this hoard is gone, there will be no more. CHOICE Brilliant Uncirculated, 107 years old and struck when Britain really had an Empire. They are Rare so choice.
£30.00

East Africa, Edward VIII 10c Very Fine

It has been years since we last offered these East African 10 Cents of King Edward VIII. These are much more difficult to find than the British West African issues. They are the largest denomination issued for this monarch and are dated 1936. You have the date on one side and a crown with the King’s name on the other side. We offer them here in Very Fine condition.
£6.95

East Caribbean States, George VI & Princess Elizabeth

Now you don’t see many of the Silver Proof $5.00 Crowns from the East Caribbean States, so perhaps it is worthwhile to add this crown and this country to your collection. It shows King George VI giving a radio broadcast, maybe his Christmas message,with Princess Elizabeth looking over his shoulder. It reads ‘Tenderness to tradition, to you my people’. A choice Proof with brilliant and frosted designs, Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. And sealed in a plastic capsule to preserve the quality of the coin. Today the Royal Mint charges £82 for a silver proof Crown, so we think this is rather good value at this price. But not all that many are available.
£42.50

Egypt, 10 Qirsh AH 1327/6

Egypt, 10 Qirsh, AH 1327 / (٦ year 6) 1913 Good Extremely Fine. KM.309. (.833 Silver)
£35.00

Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277/10 (1869)

Egypt, 20 Para AH 1277 year 10 (1869). KM.247a. Uncirculated
£35.00