Pair of 50 and 100 rupee notes which were withdrawn from circulation in 2004 and display no date. 100 Indian Rupees P105, coloured in varying shades of green, creme & orange, featuring Mahatma Ghandi wearing glasses and smiling warmly and snowcapped mountains on the reverse. 50 Indian Rupees P90b, coloured in pink and creme featuring the Sansad Bhavan (Indian Parliament House) on the reverse and Ghandi smiling warmly on the obverse.
Following on with the handsome Queen Victoria Jubilee Head series, we can offer
you the New Zealand piece. Remember that Coincraft bought all 80 Sterling Silver Proof
striking of this Patina issue, so if you want one, Coincraft has them.
On one side you have a fantastic rendition of the Jubilee Head portrait of Queen Victoria,
the only difference is that the retro date 1887 is at the end of the legend. The reverse has an
outline map of New Zealand in reverse Proof along with a three masted sailing ship.
They are full crownsized and struck in Proof Sterling Silver, they look fantastic, the mintage
is very low and the price is fantastic. If we sound enthusiastic, that is because we are. We thought
they were so nice that we bought the entire mintage.
In the early reign of King George V the coins were struck in Sterling Silver
925 fine Silver. After 1920 the coins were struck in 500 fine silver. The
largest Sterling Silver coin struck during the reign of King George V was the
Halfcrown. Condition of all coins available is Fine or better.
Every time we have these Benham ‘Silk’ Concord First Day Covers, they always
sell out very quickly. Each features a beautiful full colour picture
of a Concorde with a foreign stamp and a British stamp.
We are going to put together small collections of three (3) different Benham ‘Silk’
Concorde covers. As usual this is a very popular
theme and demand will be high, so if you want a set of three different, please get
in quickly to avoid disappointment. They are beautiful and we don’t know if we can get
any more, ever…Covers supplied will not necessarily be those illustrated.
It has long been the practice of Security Printers to use the banknote format to advertise their skills.
This Promotional note, printed by Security Printers De La Rue Giori, features a portrait of Leonardo
da Vinci on the front. Other illustrations include Leonardo’s diagram for a helicopter, a pair of dividers
and the head of a Madonna on the back. Also featured are examples of a holographic silver seal.
An impressive Promotional Note in Crisp Uncirculated condition.