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British Silver Shilling Token

Because of the shortage of small change in 1811-1812 merchants issued silver tokens with the denominations of Sixpences and Shillings. To be honest these private tokens are not only more interesting than the normal coins that would have been struck. But, they are much scarcer and more difficult to find than the coins. The designs vary and you might well find one from a locality that means something to you, but that I cannot guarantee. It has been sometime since we last had these scarce tokens; when we did offer them, they quickly sold out. These Sterling Silver Shilling tokens are in Very Fine condition and well worth having.
£54.50

Canada, 1 Cent Large

Canada is made up of a number of different countries or provinces. Three of them issued coins on their own and now is your opportunity to own one of them. Canada is a vast country and has been settled by many different and varied nationalities. But three parts of Canada issued their own coins. You have New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island plus Canada. They issued bronze pennies all of which had a portrait of Queen Victoria on them. Here we present the Canadian Large Cent. It is well over 100 years old and not that easy to find.
£9.95

Edward VII, Halfcrown Fine

Edward VII had a very short reign, 1901-1910, because his Mother, Queen Victoria, lived so long. Much of his coinage is difficult to get and in some cases rather expensive. All of his silver coins were struck in Sterling Silver and a crown was only issued in 1902 for his Coronation. So we offer the Sterling Silver Halfcrown, the largest denomination silver coin stuck for regular usage. It has the bare head of the King on one side and a beautiful crowned shield on the other side. Dates will be of our choice, but no rare dates are included. Available here in Fine condition.
£49.50

Edward VII, Third Farthing Uncirculated

In 1902, the year that King Edward VII was crowned, they also struck the smallest denomination ever for this Monarch. It was the bronze Third Farthing and there were 2,880 to the Pound. It was mostly used overseas, but still legal tender and of some use in this country. The 1902 Edward VII Third Farthing was only issued for one year, the total mintage is just 288,000 or £100 face value, it is the smallest denomination issued for this monarch and the lowest denomination issued in the 20th Century. We have had hoards of the George V issue, but this is the first real hoard of the Edward VII issue that we have had. The coins on offer here is in Uncirculated condition and remember they were only issued in 1902 the Coronation year of King Edward VII. Think of all the fun you can have with this one, tell your friends that you have a Third Farthing and they won’t believe you. Show them the coin and they still won’t believe it.
£60.00

Edward VII, Third Farthing, 1902 About Uncirculated

In 1902, the year that King Edward VII was crowned, they also struck the smallest denomination ever for this Monarch. It was the bronze Third Farthing and there were 2,880 to the Pound. It was mostly used overseas, but still legal tender and of some use in this country. The 1902 Edward VII Third Farthing was only issued for one year, the total mintage is just 288,000 or £100 face value, it is the smallest denomination issued for this monarch and the lowest denomination issued in the 20th Century. We have had hoards of the George V issue, but this is the first real hoard of the Edward VII issue that we have had. The coins on offer here is in About Uncirculated condition and remember they were only issued in 1902 the Coronation year of King Edward VII. Think of all the fun you can have with this one, tell your friends that you have a Third Farthing and they won’t believe you. Show them the coin and they still won’t believe it.
£45.00

Elizabeth II, £2 Two Dragons, Proof in Capsule

The Royal Mint issued a rather handsome Silver Crownsized £2 coin and called it ‘The Two Dragons’. This piece shows both the Eastern dragon and the Welsh dragon. It contains one ounce of pure Proof silver, it was struck in 2018 and the entire mintage of 2,500 coins was sold to one overseas dealer But NO British collectors were offered the chance to add this important and beautiful coin to their collection! How can a British collector complete his or her collection when all of these British coins were sold outside the country!? Something is rotten at the Royal Mint we hear you say! Well, read on… Coincraft has worldwide contacts; we managed to track them down, although the Royal Mint didn’t want to even admit that they had struck them. We managed to locate and buy about 20% of the entire mintage. It is now our duty and pleasure to offer these British coins to our collectors of British coins. We don’t care what the Royal Mint thinks. We want our British collectors to be able to buy British coins, even when they cannot buy them at full price from the Royal Mint. Normally a coin such as this would be sold by the Royal Mint at between £82 and £88, which we think is too high. No matter how beautiful it is. We are going to offer you this British Silver Proof £2 either in the Royal Mint capsule at far less than the Royal Mint would have charged, had they given you the chance to buy it. Remember, the Royal Mint didn’t even offer you the opportunity to own one. Our price is just £58.50 in a capsule.
£58.50