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Year of the Dog 5 Ounces of Silver

Talk about a wonderful piece, if you are a dog lover, then this is the coin for you. Issued this year (2018) by Niue and struck by the Australian Mint. This large proof 5 ounce silver has been selectively gold plated. It shows a German Shepherd in a three legged stance ready to greet you. It comes in a handsome wooden display case with certificate. The mintage is just 500 pieces and it is gorgeous. The denomination is most unusual being 8 Dollars. Today the Royal Mint charges £420 for their 5 ounce silvers and we don’t know if they are cased or gold plated. Our supply is limited and at our price you will love them as you love your dog. Brilliant Proof in a wooden display case. Each coin is numbered on the edge, remember the issue limit was only 500 pieces.
£158.50

Endangered Wildlife Set of 4

This is a fantastic set of four crownsized 10 Kwacha coins from Malawi. They depict four endangered animals: Tree Pangolin, Chevrotain, Lemur and Pygmy- Hippo. The coat of arms of Malawi are on the obverse. Interesting history, these are copper coins which have been heavily silver plated before striking. At the time no information was available and everyone thought they were solid silver. But they are silver plated Proofs, each in a protective capsule. The set use to sell for £120 when they thought they were silver, even as silver plated the set still catalogues at about £54.00. But we bought them right so we are going to sell them right!
£29.50

Scarce Maldive U N Crown

The Maldives, a nation of many islands, joined the Royal Mint’s series of crownsized coins to honour the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations in 1996. The Maldives are in jeopardy of disappearing due to the rising oceans, one day they might just not exist. You have the United Nations building in New York with the 50th Anniversary emblem on one side and the arms of the Maldives on the other side. Unfortunately this Royal Mint series really didn’t take off, so today these crownsized Rufiyaa coins are difficult to find. All our coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and are now some 22 years old.
£6.95

Queen Victoria Newfoundland 50 Cents

The largest denomination of silver coins issued by the province of Newfoundland in Victorian times was the Fifty Cent piece. But, you must remember in Victorian times 50 Cents was a lot of money. It was worth a few shillings. These coins are not easy to get and the ones we obtained are in Very Good condition. You have the bust of Victoria on one side and the date and value on the other side. At the time of issue Newfoundland was not part of Canada it was a province of Canada. These are struck in good silver and are a most interesting and unusual coin. Supplies are limited and this group took us almost two years to put together.
£24.50

Poland Albert I 1/2 Groschen

These Polish silver coins were struck about the time Columbus set out to discover America. The Polish King was called John I Albert and the denomination is 1/2 Groschen. They were minted in Krakow, Poland. They have an eagle within a circle on one side with the legend ‘Moneta 1 Alberti’. The other side has a crown within a circle with the legend ‘Regis Polonie’. They are about 500 years old and in Very Fine condition. We only have 32 examples, so if you want one, please get in quickly…
£49.50

Polish Copernicus Coin

Zloty coin with portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus. The coins on offer are dated 1968 which makes them over 50 years old. These coins are in Uncirculated condition and the portrait of the scientist is a superb work of a very talented engraver. Not an easy coin to find, especially in Very Fine condition, our supplies are limited.
£4.95