New Stock 27th February

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George III Ireland Patina Pewter

We were told by the people who struck the Patina crownsized retro patterns that striking anything in Pewter was something they did not relish. It is hard to strike, it is messy to strike and they would rather use another metal. But these George III Ireland Patina retro patterns are struck in Proof Pewter and we think they look great. Forget the work and the mess the finished product is great. Because they were struck in Pewter, the mintages are limited. Get them while you can…
£9.95

Portugal 200 Escudos 1992 Olympics

Portuguese commemorative coin from before they used the Euro. 200 Escudos 1992 featuring Olympic Runner in Uncirculated condition. Not easy to get these days, after all the Euro has been in use for quite sometime. Supplies are of course, limited and we think the prices are appealing.
£4.95

Portugal 20 Escudos 2001 Nautical Windows

Portuguese commemorative coin from before they used the Euro. 20 Escudos 2001 featuring Nautical Windows in Uncirculated condition. Not easy to get these days, after all the Euro has been in use for quite sometime. Supplies are of course, limited and we think the prices are appealing.
£1.95

UK 20P 2000 BU

What is special about this 20 Pence Piece? Not a lot, except perhaps that it was issued in 2000 and is the so-called Millennium 20 Pence. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and we would almost be willing to bet that most collectors don’t have this date of coin in their collection. It has the Rank-Broadley bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and a crowned rose on the reverse. Again nothing special, but no one put these coins away so perhaps they will be scarce in the future.
£2.50

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

Handmade Capital Plastic Case

We have just found a box of the Capital Case for the George V Collection of Gold Sovereigns of the World. For those of you who do not know Capital, it is an American company that hand makes prestige cases for coins. Each case comes in three parts of the finest archival Perspex on the market. The top, the middle which actually holds the coins and the top. They screw together with plastic screws to protect the coins. This case has space for seven Gold Sovereigns from the seven different Mints that struck them for King George V, Great Britain, South Africa, India, Canada, Australia Melbourne, Australia Sydney and Australia Perth. This is a fantastic case and one that we had Capital make for us. Supplies are very limited and if you have ever wanted to put together a set of King George V Gold Sovereigns, this is your chance. We are offering this case at half its usual selling price!
£14.95