The cupro-nickel coinage was first made in 1947 and this type was only made for two years 1947 and 1948.
We have the King George VI 1948 Shillings issued with the Scottish reverse in About Uncirculated. Both are difficult
to find, as this is an anniversary year, they were struck 70 years ago.
A two year only type coin with the Scottish reverse and in high grade, how much more could you ask for?
Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore is an island country in Southeast Asia. It gained independence from the UK in 1963, becoming a sovereign nation in 1965. After a difficult infancy, the nation developed rapidly as an Asian Tiger economy.
Each one of these real 10 cents (in almost new un-circulated condition) coins from Singapore have been transformed with great craftsmanship into a pair of cuff links. This turns these coins into stunning miniature works of art. Each coin is hermetically sealed against wear in clear, hard acrylic coating to make a unique pair of cufflinks.
During World War One the silver coinage was struck in Sterling Silver and the bronze coins were really bronze.
We have put together type sets of the coins that were struck and used during World War One.
You get the Sterling Silver, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence plus the bronze Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing. All coins will have been minted between 1914 and
1918. Dates will vary in the set but all are original and genuine. The coins will be in Very Good or better condition, considering that they are at least 100 years old, I think this is quite nice
condition. The Royal Mint charge £150 in a case! The coins will come in individual envelopes to save space when you store them. Also that way you don’t have to pay £50.50 extra for a case you don’t want.