These 10 and 20 cash coins were struck for the East India Company in Birmingham in 1808. Unfortunately the coins never made it to India; the ship carrying them sunk on the Goodwin Sands and lay undiscovered for almost 200 years.
The coins struck were the 10 and the 20 Cash coins. Both denominations are copper and have the arms of the East India Company supported by two lions on one side. The other side has the denomination XX (20) Cash or X (10) Cash and the inscription is in the Arabic. Here we present the X coins, which are in Very Fine, but have seen some edge damage due to their being buried for almost 200 years.
Own a piece of British / Indian Treasure coin for far less than you might expect to pay.
These are a wonderful conversation piece as well as true treasure coins. Each coin comes with a certificate of authenticity...
This crown or 50 Afghanis was issued when the war there wasn’t of all that much interest to us. It was issued in 1995 for the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
You have a young man sitting contemplating with birds gathering around him. You have the arms of Afghanistan on the other side with the denomination.
In 1995 the Royal Mint issued a collection of crowns for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, they didn’t sell that well, so they didn’t make all that many of them. We were able to buy up all the remaining coins and all are in Uncirculated condition.
A Scarce crown to find and at our price of just £8.95.
One of the most popular of the Edward VIII issues is the one struck for Hong Kong. Since
its return to China, there have been literally a billion potential collectors for this series.
You have the bare head of the King on one side and a sailing junk on the other. The coins are available in Silver Proof, Silver Piedfort and Brass, here we present the Silver Piedfort coin. Mintages are very low and supplies have almost run out…All that are left at old prices.