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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

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

Romania, Rare Nagano Skiing Olympics Piedfort Aluminium

One of the oldest mints in the world, the Romanian Mint made patterns for crowns they were going to issue for the Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and Nagano, Japan. They were never issued and thus only the patterns exist. The mintage was only 125 pieces in each metal and size (i.e. single thickness or piedfort). So they are some of the RAREST Olympic coins around. We bought quite a lot of the mintage, but over the years we have sold out of many of them.
£27.50

Russia, 100 Roubles 1910 Catherine The Great Crisp P13 AU/ Unc

Superb examples of the 100 rouble note dated 1910 featuring a portrait of Empress Catherine the Great on the back and in a fabulous watermark. (P13)These were amongst the last notes issued under the Russian Tsars and measure approximately 10 inches x 5 inches. At the time they were issued they were worth 4 ounces of gold which is why those fleeing the revolution stuffed their suitcases with them. While most notes we see are in circulated condition this group is from an original block and are in wonderful condition grading AU/Unc. Wonderful notes
£23.50

Russia, Nicholas I Patina 1825 Pewter

This Russian Patina or retro pattern was issued for Czar Nicholas I (1825-1855). Retro-dated 1825, this is his Accession Rouble. Each is full crownsized and struck in Proof Pewter, a most difficult metal to work with, so the mintage was greatly restricted.
£14.50

Russia, Nicholas I Patina 1832 Pewter

This Russian Patina or retro pattern was issued for Czar Nicholas I (1825-1855). It is retro-dated 1832 for his death. His cause of death is still unknown, it is speculated that he committed suicide after the defeat during the Crimean War. Each is full crownsized and struck in Proof Pewter, a most difficult metal to work with, so the mintage was greatly restricted.
£14.50