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Edward VIII, GB Coronation Patina Crown Set

Edward VIII GB Coronation Patina Crown Set. We all know what the King George VI Coronation Crown looks like, but what if Edward had carried on and been crowned our King? These Patina Retro Patterns show exactly what it would have looked like. The bare head of the King facing left and the supported coat of arms on the reverse. It is retro dated 1936 and has the complete legend on it. They only made 750 sets of these, in Silver, copper and goldine and we bought most of them. But over the years our supplies have dwindled and we now have only about 30 sets left. All three pieces are crownsized and struck in Proof condition. You get all three pieces for just £89.50. But please remember only about 30 sets left and once they are gone, no doubt the prices of them will rise. It always seems that when we run out, the prices on Ebay and elsewhere go up.
£89.50

Edward VIII, GB Long Neck Crown

International Numismatic Agency did an Edward VIII for this country, which was a little different than the normal ones. They redid the bust of King Edward VIII with a rather long neck. They didn’t make many of them, so they are now in rather heavy demand from collectors. We bought 83 of them from a dealer who has retired, he bought 100 and forgot about them, only selling 17 of them. They are for Great Britain and are full crownsized struck in Uncirculated cupro-nickel. If you collect Edward VIII, chances are you do not have this one in your collection. Last chance!
£14.95

Edward VIII, GB no Legend Copper

This Edward VIII Patina issue is almost a trial coin, because there is no legend. Later on a similar piece was issued complete with the legend. The mintage on these Patina pieces is just 975 pieces and no more will ever be struck, as the dies have been cancelled. They have the bare head of Edward on one side and the arms similar to those on the 1937 George VI Crown on the other side. We have them available in copper and goldine. Here we present the Legend Copper. Remember that the mintage in each metal is just 975 pieces.
£9.95

Edward VIII, New Milled Edge Collection

Last year was the 80th anniversary of the Year of Three Kings, George V, Edward VIII and George VI. ICB issued a beautiful Edward VIII collection, full crownsized in eight different metals with a milled edge. We bought the entire mintage, except for one set that is being put into auction. Other Edward VIII issues are being sold on eBay for over £245 a collection. The metals they are struck in are: Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold Plated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver. A youthful portrait of the uncrowned King is on one side and a new version of St. George slaying the dragon is on the other side. Only 100 collections made with the milled edge, that is all, forever.
£125.00

Edward VIII, New Plain Edge Collection

Last year was the 80th anniversary of the Year of Three Kings, George V, Edward VIII and George VI. ICB have issued a beautiful Edward VIII collection, full crownsized in eight different metals with a plain edge as opposed to milled. We bought the entire mintage, except for one set that is being put into auction. Other Edward VIII issues are being sold on ebay for over £245 a collection. The metals they are struck in are: Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold Plated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver. A youthful portrait of the uncrowned King is on one side and a new version of St. George slaying the dragon is on the other side. Only 100 collections ever made with the plain edge that is all, forever.
£125.00

Edward VIII, Penny British West Africa Error KN Mint, 1936

In the ten months that Edward VIII was King, no coins for this country were struck for cir- Army’ culation. But overseas coins without his portrait but with his name on the coins were struck. One of these places was British West Africa. The Penny which is the largest coin struck, was made at the Royal Mint, Heaton Mint and Kings Norton Mint. The penny on offer here was struck at the Kings Norton mint and all are in in Uncirculated condition. The Kings Norton coins were mis-struck in larger numbers than the Heaton Mint coins. Should be very fascinating to the Edward VIII collector.
£29.50

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