The problem with Maundy Sets is finding a case to hold the four small coins and once you have found a case how do you store it? Well Coincraft has come up with a unique solution. We have had special holders made exclusively for Coincraft to hold a Maundy Set. Once the coins are in the holder you just place the holder in a tray or box along with your other coins. The dimensions of the capsule are 49x49x6mm.
Now the cost of dies and production was quite high, but it is a unique solution to the problem of how to store your Maundy Sets. Only Coincraft has this unique holder for sale, as they were made only for us.
This is something that everyone will
want, either for themselves or as a
present, but there is a limit of 2
Collections per order. These are beautiful
First Day Covers made up between
about 2002 and 2011. But there is a hole
in the middle of each cover; this was to
hold a crownsized coin. Mercury who
issued them made more covers than
coins. They had a warehouse full and we
Each package is 20 different covers
the vast majority of Royal interest. You
have a full cover photograph and an
actual stamp cancelled with a special
cancellation. Some of the stamps have a
face value of over £1.00. But here is the
bargain you get 20 different covers all
with stamps for just £8.50, which makes
them 42.5 Pence each. The stamps alone
are worth more in many cases.
They are colourful, yes they have a
hole for a coin in them, but they are 42.5
Pence each, talk about a bargain. Limit
two sets per order. Each package is different,
but there will be some duplication
between packages. Get them while they
In 2007 it was the 30th anniversary
of the death of Elvis
Presley. Benham in Folkestone
issued four special covers with
their ‘silk’ pictures on them.
Each cover has a different photo
along with a 1st class stamp for
‘Love’. But best of all the Post
Office attached to each a first
class stamp with a colour reproduction
of the photo on the cover.
You get Elvis in his Army uniform,
as a cowboy, in a blue
mood and film with his signature.
They are marked ‘End of a Rock
and Roll Era 1935-1977’. You get
all four ‘silk’ First Day Covers but
supplies are limited.
These are fantastic Treasure coins. They were struck in Birmingham for the East India Company
and sent to India by ship. Unfortunately the ship they were on, The Admiral Gardner, was sunk
on the Goodwin Sands.
About 25 years ago it was discovered and salvaged. The coins are copper and dated 1808. Over the
last 200 years many of them corroded especially the 20 (XX) Cash pieces, the smaller 10 (X) Cash
coins tend to have weathered the sands better. The 20 Cash seem to be alright on one side and very
worn on the other side.
British / India Treasure coins at a most reasonable price and with a history that is both tragic and
This beautiful one ounce 500 Dram coin from Armenia hit me when I first saw it. I immediately
called up my wholesaler to order more, as I knew it was going to be a winner. Only to be told that
there might be later, but that they didn’t know if or when. So we have at the moment only 100 pieces
It is a two toned Proof or Prooflike crownsized coin containing one ounce of 999 fine Silver. You
have a depiction of Noah’s Ark on one side and the double headed arms of Armenia on the other side.
It is a beautiful coin and perhaps they will make more or perhaps they won’t. We just don’t know at the
It is dated 2019 in Proof or Prooflike condition and contains one ounce of 999 fine Silver.
Since 1970 Australia has issued
commemorative 50 Cent
coins, this coin is the largest sized
coin that actually circulates. We
have bought a nice group of these
coins in Very Fine condition,
many of the dates are in very limited
quantities. Here we offer the 'Queen's Jubilee' edition from 1977.