New Stock 21 February 2020

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New Guinea, Edward VIII Brass

The Edward VIII pieces from New Guinea feature their magnificent bird, the Bird of Paradise. It was about the time of his reign that they discovered in the middle of Papua New Guinea over one million people that they didn’t know existed. It is a rather mysterious and exciting country and one that is unknown to most of us. We can offer the crownsized Edward VIII medallic patterns from New Guinea. They are one of the most beautiful of the series and not the easiest to find. Available in Uncirculated Brass.
£19.50

Rhodesia, Elizabeth II, Pair Unc

Rhodesia went through a whole heap of problems, the British Government wouldn’t speak to them and the world cut them out. Despite that, these last two coins of Rhodesia still carry a portrait of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II, which makes the very desirable and quite scarce, especially Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The country went through several name changes and Unilateral Declaration of Independence in 1965. These two coins are ones that we usually have in only ones or two’s, but a collector delivered 100 pieces of each, the 25 Cent of 1964 and the 10 Cent of 1964. Both coins have H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. In the BlueCard Flyer when I have one on offer in the minor coin listing, we are swamped with orders. Now I have 100 of each, get them while you can, these are important coins of our Queen and of Rhodesia.
£18.50

Rome Commemorative AEF

This is one of a handful of very interesting commemorative issues struck by Constantine the Great. The type offered here is the other of the more affordable types and was made to reaffirm Rome as the centre of the empire in A.D. 330. They are made from bronze and show the Goddess of the city, ‘Roma’, in a helmet and war gear on the obverse. The reverse shows the She-Wolf suckling the babies Romulus and Remus. This is to symbolise the origin story of the founding of Rome. But what makes these coins so interesting is how well they have survived! At this time bronze coins would circulate so heavily that it is very hard to find them in a good grade. We have a small collection of this commemorative from 1400 years ago in this exceptional About Extremely Fine grade. You can have this well-preserved coin depicting the mythical origins of Rome and the Goddess of the city for just £69.50.
£69.50

Russia, Alexander II Patina Silver, 1856

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. We have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this crownsize Alexander II Coronation Patina in Silver Proof for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£39.50

Russia, Constantine Patina Silver, 1825

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. We have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this crownsize Constantine Patina in Silver Proof for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£39.50

Russia, Nicholas II Coronation Patina Silver, 1896

A number of collectors have asked us which Russian Patinas we have available in Silver. We have listed all that we have and the numbers run from 2 to 25. All are struck in Proof Sterling Silver and the final mintages are around the 300 mark. Today the Royal Mint charges £82-£88 for a crownsized silver proof coin, with mintages far higher than 300. Here is our special offer to you, while our supply lasts you can have this crownsize Nicholas II Coronation Patina in Silver Proof for just £39.50!!! That’s right, about half what the Mint charges for a similar piece with a much higher mintage. But supplies are limited...
£39.50