New Stock 08 November 2019

Coincraft's new stock update on 08 November 2019, some very interesting items were selected for this upload, including an end of World War I commemorative medal and a collection of pennies issued during the first World War. Subscribe to our newsletter and be one of the first collectors to see the new items we have in stock. To receive stock updates regularly click here.

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100th Aniv of World War One

This handsome piece was issued last year to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. You have a photo of the newspaper whose headline says it all, ‘War Ends’. The other side shows two soldiers with heads bowed on either side of a cross made up of poppies. The legend reads ‘Lest we forget’. It is enamelled on both sides, one white and the other black, white and red. Each piece comes in a protective capsule and is rather impressive. We were only able to get 100 pieces and at our price they should sell quickly.
£9.95

Australia, $1 F Brilliant Uncirculated

The Australian mint issued just 1,000 pieces each of these three small silver dollars for the World Money Fair in Berlin in 2016. Each coin has an animal on them and a letter in colour. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each coin. We have offered these three as a set in the card holder of issue, but now all we have is the coins on their own. You have ‘W’ with a wombat, ‘F’ with a fruit bat and ‘M’ with a bid. Each piece comes in the capsule, they are Brilliant Uncirculated condition, weigh 11.66 grams of 999 fine silver. Here we presnt the 'F' with a fruit bat.
£14.50

Australia, $1 M Brilliant Uncirculated

The Australian mint issued just 1,000 pieces each of these three small silver dollars for the World Money Fair in Berlin in 2016. Each coin has an animal on them and a letter in colour. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each coin. We have offered these three as a set in the card holder of issue, but now all we have is the coins on their own. You have ‘W’ with a wombat, ‘F’ with a fruit bat and ‘M’ with a bid. Each piece comes in the capsule, they are Brilliant Uncirculated condition, weigh 11.66 grams of 999 fine silver. Here we presnt the 'M' with a bid.
£14.50

Australia, $1 W Brilliant Uncirculated

The Australian mint issued just 1,000 pieces each of these three small silver dollars for the World Money Fair in Berlin in 2016. Each coin has an animal on them and a letter in colour. H. M. Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of each coin. We have offered these three as a set in the card holder of issue, but now all we have is the coins on their own. You have ‘W’ with a wombat, ‘F’ with a fruit bat and ‘M’ with a bid. Each piece comes in the capsule, they are Brilliant Uncirculated condition, weigh 11.66 grams of 999 fine silver. Here we presnt the 'W' with a wombat.
£14.50

Australia, Florin Can Very Fine, 1927

Since Australia went over to the Decimal system 40 years ago, their pre-decimal series is now complete and finished. 91 years ago, in 1927, the first florin was issued. This commemorative was for the new Parliament Building. Struck in Sterling silver we are offering this florin in Very Fine condition.
£22.50

Australia, WMF Silver Dollar Set of 3 Special

Australia WMF Silver Dollar Set of 3 Special. In 2016 for the World Money Fair held in Berlin, Alphabet Coins Germany, the Australian Mint issued a special set of 3 small Dollar Coins in Silver. Each is struck in Frosted Uncirculated, which we call reverse Proof and weighs 11.66 grams. Only 1,000 sets were made for the World Money Fair, one coin with a yellow W, one with an orange M and one with a red F. The set comes in a full-colour information card that depicts Australian birds and animals. The Queen is on the obverse of each coin and it is a rather handsome and low mintage set. I don’t even think they were offered in Australia, but only for sale at the Fair in Berlin. I would guess that this set should sell for about £105-£125, but we bought them right and are going to sell them right. Our price is just £49.50 for the set of three in the colour folder, but supplies are very limited. That works out to less than £17 each, try buying a silver coin today for that price.
£42.50