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Malawi Tree Pangolin

In 2005 the African nation of Malawi issued a set of four crownsized 10 Kwacha coins depicting Endangered Wildlife. These are beautiful silvered pieces in gleaming Proof condition. If we didn’t tell you they were silvered you would swear that they are actually silver. There were four crowns issued, The Pigmy Hippo (KM83), The Chevrotain (KM81), The Lemur on a branch (KM82) and The Tree Pangolin (KM71) all are wildlife that is endangered of ceasing to exist. You can own one or the whole collection of four pieces, in either case they are beautiful and we are sure you will fall in love with them. Each piece comes in a protective capsule to keep the coins looking gleaming and bright. Offered here is the Tree Pangolin (KM71).
£9.50

Malawi Lemur

In 2005 the African nation of Malawi issued a set of four crownsized 10 Kwacha coins depicting Endangered Wildlife. These are beautiful silvered pieces in gleaming Proof condition. If we didn’t tell you they were silvered you would swear that they are actually silver. There were four crowns issued, The Pigmy Hippo (KM83), The Chevrotain (KM81), The Lemur on a branch (KM82) and The Tree Pangolin (KM71) all are wildlife that is endangered of ceasing to exist. You can own one or the whole collection of four pieces, in either case they are beautiful and we are sure you will fall in love with them. Each piece comes in a protective capsule to keep the coins looking gleaming and bright. Offered here is the Lemur on a branch (KM82).
£9.50

Malawi Chevrotain

In 2005 the African nation of Malawi issued a set of four crownsized 10 Kwacha coins depicting Endangered Wildlife. These are beautiful silvered pieces in gleaming Proof condition. If we didn’t tell you they were silvered you would swear that they are actually silver. There were four crowns issued, The Pigmy Hippo (KM83), The Chevrotain (KM81), The Lemur on a branch (KM82) and The Tree Pangolin (KM71) all are wildlife that is endangered of ceasing to exist. You can own one or the whole collection of four pieces, in either case they are beautiful and we are sure you will fall in love with them. Each piece comes in a protective capsule to keep the coins looking gleaming and bright. Offered here is the Chevrotain (KM81).
£9.50

Malawi Pigmy Hippo

In 2005 the African nation of Malawi issued a set of four crownsized 10 Kwacha coins depicting Endangered Wildlife. These are beautiful silvered pieces in gleaming Proof condition. If we didn’t tell you they were silvered you would swear that they are actually silver. There were four crowns issued, The Pigmy Hippo (KM83), The Chevrotain (KM81), The Lemur on a branch (KM82) and The Tree Pangolin (KM71) all are wildlife that is endangered of ceasing to exist. You can own one or the whole collection of four pieces, in either case they are beautiful and we are sure you will fall in love with them. Each piece comes in a protective capsule to keep the coins looking gleaming and bright. Offered here is the Pigmy Hippo (KM83).
£9.50

Dutch Pre-Euro Coin Set

The Netherlands issued their own coinage, but now only use Euro coins; the old coins are in fact no longer valid. But since it looks like the Euro and the European Union might be in trouble and hopefully disband, their old coins might just become very collectable. One of our suppliers has put together type sets of the old, pre-Euro coins that they used to use. It is getting harder and harder to find the coins to make up these sets, so supplies are limited. All coins are circulated, which means that they were actually used as money. The Netherlands pre-Euro Coin Collection: 4 coins, 5, 10 & 25 Cents plus the 1 Gulden.
£4.95

N.IRELAND 25 ECU CN 1992

In 1992 everyone thought that the new European currency was going to be called the Ecu. So International Numismatic Agency (INA) made a private pattern Ecu to show what a Northern Ireland issue might look like, if it were ever issued, in other words a Patina. It is crownsized and struck in Prooflike cupro-nickel. On one side a woman playing the harp along with the denomination ‘Twenty-Five Ecu’ and the date 1992. The other side has a globe showing Europe with Neptune and Britannia on either side of the globe. The legend reads ‘Europe * Europa and N. Ireland’. These are now 27 years old and it has been quite sometime since we last offered them for sale. Just found a small group in one of vault rooms. If you collect Irish coins, Euro or Ecu coins, then this is the piece for you…
£9.95