New Stock December 2019

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Battle of Waterloo set of 6 Medallions

Five bronze Brilliant Uncirculated medallions plus one Proof 14ct gold medallion in original folder. Limited issue.

Bulgaria, 5 Leva 1930

man on horseback hunting a lion, Very Fine

Canada, Trivial Pursuit Silver Proof

The entrancing game of Trivial Pursuit has now been immortalized on a Canadian coin. Which makes sense as the inventors were Canadian. I spent many frustrating evenings playing Trivial Pursuit. This coin was for their 35th anniversary 1982-2017. Each $25 silver coin has H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and the full colour Pursuit wheel on the reverse. The coin weighs one ounce of 999 fine silver and is in Proof condition. It comes in a handsome wooden case with certificate. Unfortunately we were only able to secure 20 pieces. They are sure to be popular with collectors and gamers alike. I only wish I could have bought more of them, but that was all that were left.

Charles Dickens large oval plaque

Charles Dickens, large oval copper plaque of Dickens full bust, 220mm x 275mm, with hole for hanging Extremely Fine

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.

Cook Islands 50c Crown Cover

Afabulous Crown Cover of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II. This colourful item contains 2 commemorative postage stamps from the Ascension Islands and a Full crownsized 50 Cents coin from the Cook Islands with the Queen’s portrait on it. The cover has a full colour photo on it and supplies are very limited.