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Tristan da Cunha, Wartime Churchill Crown

Over the years there have been a number of different countries that had made crownsized coins to honour Winston Churchill. But this is the first time that we've seen this Crown from Tristan da Cunha. It was issued in 2010 and shows him as Wartime Prime Minister. You have his portrait on one side with airplanes flying behind him and the British flag in red, white and blue. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse and the crown is proof and comes in a protective capsule. We were only able to buy 150 of these, once they are gone, they are gone.
£14.95

Tristan da Cunha, William & Catherine gold-plated crown, 2011

Issued in 2011 to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.
£6.95

Tristan da Cunha, Year of Three King’s Anniversary Proof Crown

Gold plated proof in protective case.
£8.95

Tuvalu, Ghost Busters Original Crew

Issued by Tuvalu, struck by the Perth Mint in Australia and authorized by Columbia Pictures. This 2017 One Dollar coin contains one ounce of pure silver and has the Queen’s portrait on the obverse. The reverse has the group of three with a ghost behind them all in full colour. Each crownsized coin comes in a handsome case printed with the ‘no ghosts here’ symbol. There is a numbered certificate of authenticity and a full colour outer package. We were told that having one of these coins guarantees that you won’t have any ghosts around the house. But they wouldn’t put that in writing. We have just 40 pieces in stock and once they are gone, they are gone…
£49.50

Western Samoa, 1978 $1. Uncirculated.

Issued by the island of Samoa in 1978 to mark the Commonwealth Games, this is a crown-sized $1 coin.
£9.50