New Stock January 2020

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Edward VII, Farthing, 1905

In 1905 King Edward VII was on the throne, finally having taken over from his late mother, Queen Victoria. Arthur Balfour is Prime Minister and Chelsea has just been elected to the Football League. The GPO had just gotten rid of horse-drawn carriages to deliver the mail from London to Brighton and replaced them with Motor Lorries. The 1st public protest by a suffragette took place and Alf Common became the first £1000 football transfer. The Farthing was the smallest denomination regularly issued. You had the King’s bare head on one side and a seated Britannia on the other side. We can offer you the King Edward VII Farthing in Fine condition for your collection.
£5.95

Elizabeth II, £5 Silver Proof, 1990

Sterling Silver £5 Proof issued for the Queen Mother’s 90th birthday
£59.50

Elizabeth II, 10 Pence Proof, 1980

The Old large sized 10 Pence was struck from 1968-1992, but it was only struck in Proof condition from 1971-1992. Please remember that over the years these coins will have mellowed a little, but we always send you the best example that we have in stock. The Ten Pence is the most collected coin and difficult to get in many cases. Here We present the 1980 New Pence with the Machin Bust.
£6.50

Elizabeth II, 10 Pence Uncirculated, 1979

The Old large sized 10 Pence was struck from 1968-1992, but it was only struck in Proof condition from 1971-1992. Please remember that over the years these coins will have mellowed a little, but we always send you the best example that we have in stock. The Ten Pence is the most collected coin and difficult to get in many cases. Here We present the 1979 10 Pence with the Machin Bust.
£6.50

Elizabeth II, Silver Proof 'Scottish' Pound in capsule, 1984

With Scottish 'Thistle' reverse, issued as part of a 4-coin series to honour the constiuent parts of the UK.
£39.50

England 25 Ecu

In 1992 everyone thought that the new European currency would be called the Ecu. Of course, they were wrong, it ended up being called Euro. Some privately issued patterns were struck, they are crownsized and contain the nominal value of 25 Ecus. You have St. George slaying the dragon on one side and Neptune and Europa on either side of a globe of the world with England below. The examples we have are those struck in brass, which is the scarcest metal they were struck in. These are full crownsized and Prooflike condition, you can add one to your collection for just a very reasonable price and remember that this metal is the scarcest of the lot.
£8.95