Scotland, George III Scottish Patina in Pewter

George III Scottish Patina in Pewter. This is the fabulous Patina George III issue for Scotland. It is based on the portrait of King George III by Kuchler that was used on the Bank of England Emergency issues for the Dollars of 1804. These are retro dated ‘1808’ and show what a Scottish issue might have looked like, had it been issued at the time. You have the bust of King George III on one side and the crowned double thistle on the other side. They are large crownsized pieces struck in Pewter. The mintage is only 1,000 pieces.
Availability: In stock
SKU: PAT0186
£6.95
Customers who bought this item also bought

Somalia, Gothic Crown CN

The African nation of Somalia has honoured our most beautiful coin, the Gothic Crown, on its own coinage. It has issued them in crownsized and sovereign sized, the latter in a number of different metals. With a choice Gothic Crown now bringing over £2,500 at auction, it is out of most collectors ranges. The Gothic Crown in Gold is now worth over £250,000! We can offer the crownsized Gothic Crown in Prooflike Uncirculated cupronickel. Own these handsome pieces at prices that are much more affordable. They are our most beautiful coin…
£9.95

United States of America, USA Private Issue, Million Dollar Note. UNC

A private issue with an illustration of the Statue of Liberty on the front.
£2.95

Million Pound Note

You now have it within your power to make someone an instant millionaire! The Million Pound Note featured in the 1954 Gregory Peck film of the same name. He had the use of a Million Pound Note for 1 month and as no-one could change it, people were more than willing to extend him credit. These Million Pound notes are a limited edition taken from the original props used for the film. They measure approximately 8” x 5” and comes in a special window envelope with a story card included. £10.95 each.
£10.95