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Edward I, Treasure 1d Bristol Very Good

The hoard of Edward I Silver Pennies was found at Montrave, Fifeshire in Scotland in 1877. It was found on the land belonging to Mr. Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave. It was fully declared and sat in the British Museum for 40-50 years while they examined it. We bought a large part of the hoard from one of the heirs of the man who found them in 1877. We are offering you the chance on the Rarer Mints. They are priced right to make you happy, and if you come from one of these places, so much the better. Each coin comes with a certificate certifying that your coin comes from the Montrave Treasure Hoard and which town it was minted in. Of course the Key coin is from Berwick-on-Tweed. Here we present the coin Minted in Bristol.
£89.50

3 Crowns for Pope John II

We have just 10 sets of Pope John Paul II Somalia Crowns. There are three Prooflike pieces in each set and with the increase in the metal prices; the planchets alone are worth a bunch. As we need the space, and we do not want to count them again, we will be offering them at a discounted price. Only a few lucky collectors will get to bag this bargain, so make sure you are one of them!
£9.95

1950 Brass 3d

The brass threepence was first issued under King George VI and there are a number of difficult or Scarce dates. 1950 is one of those. It was issued after the end of World War II and towards the end of the King’s reign. The coins are in Fine condition and if you know someone born in 1950 this coin would make an excellent gift. The bare head of the King on one side and the thrift plant on the other side.
£4.50

Merlyn Lowther Historical £20 Elgar B386 Unc

Merlyn Lowther £20 Mauve Historical Queen/ Elgar B386 Unc
£42.50

Brunei 1 ringgit P22 1996 Plastic Unc

Brunei 1 ringgit P22 Blue. Printed on polymer plastic Sultan at r and river plant at l/ Rainforest Unc
£4.75

Victoria Sixpence 1887 Choice Uncirculated

In 1887 Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden Jubilee 1837-1887, so for the first time in 50 years she allowed the design of the coinage to be changed. The Sixpence had a shield on the reverse, which didn’t work at all. Crooks were gold plating them and passing them off as Half Sovereigns. So later in the year they changed the reverse and added a value within the wreath. We have a nice group of choice examples of both types of Jubilee Sixpences with the wreath reverse and the shield reverse. The coins are in Choice Uncirculated condition and are getting more and more difficult to find.
£49.50