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We bought a small group of 17th Century Farthing tokens in copper a while ago and we have started listing them by place of issue. Here we present the Dublin Token in VG condition. The price is most reasonable given it is now over 300 years old! Remember, in the 17th Century a farthing would have paid for your boat crossing of the River Thames.
We bought a small group of 17th Century Farthing tokens in copper a while ago and we have started listing them by place of issue Here we present the Taunton Token in VG to Fine condition. The price is most reasonable given it is now over 300 years old! Remember, in the 17th Century a farthing would have paid for your boat crossing of the River Thames.
From 1878 until 1935 there were only three different types of United States Silver Dollars. Here you have a Morgan Silver Dollar struck from 1878 to 1904. Dates will be of our choice. Each coin is struck in 900 fine silver and is full crownsized. We can offer Brilliant Uncirculated examples. American silver dollars, or cartwheels, as they are known are the best value older crownsized silver coins on the market. Compare one to a British Crown and you will see that they offer good value for money.
A fantastic Ten coin set. 10 Centesimos, 20 Centesimos, 50 Centesimos, $1, $2, $5, $10, $50, $100 & $200 dated 1980-1981. Many different sizes and designs, there must have been a lot of monetary problems at the time. Almost impossible to duplicate this set today.
In the long reign of Queen Victoria, there were four main types of Sterling Silver Crowns issued. The Young Head, Gothic, Jubilee Head and Old Head Crowns. Here we present the Old Head 1893-1900. Each crown is a full 38mm and struck in Sterling Silver. Dates will be of our choice, but the more of a type that you order, the more different dates we will try and give you. They can certainly be called antiques, the only thing that is not antique is the price you pay. Remember they were struck in Sterling Silver and have the portrait of Queen Victoria on them. Each crown is in Very Good or better condition and original and genuine as is everything we sell.