New Stock December 2019

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Battle of Waterloo set of 6 Medals

Five bronze Brilliant Uncirculated medals plus one Proof 14ct gold medal in the original folder. Limited issue.
£345.00

Byzantine Bronze Coin Of Christ Fine

These Byzantine bronze Follis are the first coins to portray Jesus Christ. They were issued in the 10th or 11th Century AD and have a portrait of Christ on one side and either a cross or lettering on the other. These coins are individually struck one at a time by hand, so the designs and strikes will differ. Here we offer these coins in Fine grade; they have a lot of detail. It has been sometime since we had so many nice examples.
£75.00

Byzantine Coin of Christ Very Good

These Byzantine bronze Follis are the first coins to portray Jesus Christ. They were issued in the 10th or 11th Century AD and have a portrait of Christ on one side and either a cross or lettering on the other. These coins are individually struck one at a time by hand, so the designs and strikes will differ. Here we offer these coins in Very Good grade; they have a lot of detail for this grading. It has been sometime since we had so many nice examples.
£45.00

Byzantine Gold solidus of Heraclius  – The Three Wise Men coin

Heraclius. A.D. 610-641. Constantinople - A.D. 632-635. GOLD Solidus. Heraclius stg. between Heraclius Constantine on R. & Heraclonas on L., holding globus cruciger / 'VICTORIA – AVGYB' Cross with mintmark R. field. 'CONOB' in exergue. Very Fine for the issue & Scarce.
£495.00

Constantinople Comm (Almost Extremely Fine)

This is one of a handful of very interesting commemorative issues struck by Constantine the Great. The type offered here is one of the two more affordable types and was made for the founding of Constantinople in A.D. 330. They are made from bronze and show the Goddess of the city, ‘Constantinopolis’, in a helmet and war gear on the obverse. The reverse shows the goddess of Victory on the prow of a ship holding a sceptre and shield. This is to symbolise the port being captured using ships by Constantine’s son, Crispus. On a small amount of these reverses, the prow will be facing towards Victory, this is because the engravers making the designs didn’t realise the goddess was meant to be on the ship! There are enough variations in mintmarks and the styles of the designs on these to form a collection of these types alone. But the most interesting about these coins is how well they have survived! At this time bronze coins would circulate so heavily that it is very hard to find them in a good grade. We have a small collection of this commemorative from 1600 years ago in this exceptional almost Extremely Fine grade.
£69.50

Cook Islands, Crown Size $1 2004, Mahatma Gandhi

This beautiful One Dollar crownsized coin was issued by the Cook Islands in 2004 to honour Mahatma Gandhi. You have Gandhi on one side and H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the other side. Gandhi is wearing his glasses something that showed he was getting older with an Indian temple next to him. Each coin is heavily silver plated, struck in Choice Proof condition and comes in a protective capsule. This is the first time that we have been able to offer this important and beautiful coin. He was a fantastic man and one to be admired.
£12.95