Online Newsletter 29th November 2019

 

Coincraft Newsletter No. 19

Hello and welcome to the latest Coincraft Newsletter,

Greetings fellow collectors, new stock has just been added to our website, you'll find all the new items under this category: NEW STOCK 29 NOVEMBER. This time, amongst many other items, we bring you a Roll of 20 1953 Crowns, A Quintilius Bronze Antoniniani, a $5 triangular-shaped coin issued to hounour Nurses who served in Australia's Military, a Japanese silver coin and a Challenge Coin featuring D-Day hero Lt. Bob Orrell.  

SEE ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE IN NEW STOCK 29 NOVEMBER

 
Elizabeth II, Roll of 20 1953 Crowns Ext Fine
£185.00 (CLA4605A)

Diameter: 38.61 mm approx.
 
These 1953 Coronation Crowns come in a heavy plastic tube to help preserve them. There are 20 pieces in each tube. There are 3 different grades available. Something for the future perhaps?

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Quintillus Bronze Antoniniani
£39.50 (SGM238-8045)


We have a lovely group of bronze Antoniniani coins showing his radiate bust on the obverse and a standing figure on the reverse. They are Very Fine in grade but some have weak areas as they were struck in a time of crisis. These are scarce and difficult to find so get one quickly before our limited supplies run out.

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Australia, $5 Front Line Angels, 1965
£34.50 (FAU1002)
Dimensions:  33.90 mm approx.

A triangular-shaped coin issued to honour all those Nurses who served in the Military in Australia. You have a full-colour drawing of a nurse on one side with the legend ‘Devotion’ and the crosses where the dead are buried and the denomination 5 Dollars. The obverse has H. M. Queen Elizabeth II the date 2017 and Australia. They are Proof 99.9% pure Silver in the original cases with the certificate. 

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Japan, Silver 1 bu-gin ca
£39.50(SGM248-9608)
Dimensions: 23.4 mm approx.

This rectangular bar of silver is an actual coin that was issued by Japan ca 1859-1868. Later on, they were replaced by round coins, but this coin circulated for 10 years. It weighs 8.63 grams and is about 150 years old. There is also a chop mark to tell the owner that this was good silver and a real coin to be used. These are in very nice condition and would make a most interesting and important addition to your collection.
 
 
Royal Engineers Crownsized
£12.50 (OBL8805)

Diameter: 38.00 mm approx.

Royal Engineers Challenge Coin featuring D-Day hero Lt. Bob Orrell, The Arms are in enameled red, white and blue on a gold background on the reverse. The obverse shows a portrait of Lt. Bob Orrell with the giant fortification he captured, again in red, white and blue. 
 
 
Photographs are representative and the items illustrated here might not necessarily be the same you will receive upon ordering.
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