Patina Retro Patterns and Reproductions

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Commonwealth Halfcrown Replica

Whenever we have a Commonwealth coin on our Rare Coin listing there are always multiple orders for it. After it all it was a very interesting period of our history. So when we were offered these beautiful replica Commonwealth Halfcrown dated ‘1652’ we jumped at the chance. The reverse has two sets of shields conjoined that look like a pair of old fashioned trousers. The obverse has the Commonwealth shield in a wreath. They are retro dated 1652 and are struck in Proof condition and come in a capsule. You can tell it was made to look like the Shilling because there is ‘II*VI’ above the shields. That stood for Two Shillings and Sixpence. Beautiful pieces and make a good space holder until you are able to get the real thing. We are sure you will love them.
£12.95

Edward VIII Jersey Bare Head Copper

These handsome Patina retro-patterns show what Double Florin of King Edward VIII might have looked like had it been issued by Jersey in 1901. They are available here in copper, struck in Proof condition and have a very low mintage. In fact just 360 were struck overall.
£14.95

Edward VIII Jersey Bare Head Goldine

These handsome Patina retro-patterns show what Double Florin of King Edward VIII might have looked like had it been issued by Jersey in 1901. They are available here in goldine, struck in Proof condition and have a very low mintage. In fact just 360 were struck overall.
£14.95

George III GB Incurrupta Patina Cupro-nickel

This is a Patina or retro-pattern to show what something might have looked like, had it been issued at the time. These are privately minted to the highest quality and are full crownsized 38mm. This is the George III pattern Crown issued with a large head of George III and an inscription that has caused it to be known as the Incorrupta Pattern. It is struck in Prooflike cupro-nickel to the highest standard. Because we bought these years ago, we can offer them at what seems almost a crazy low price. If they were made today, they would cost a heck of a lot more money.
£6.95

Edward VIII 1936 Wreath Copper

This crownsized Patina or retro-pattern Crown carries on the tradition of King George V with his Wreath Crowns. These were low mintage crowns usually only issued at Christmas time for presents. Remember the Great Depression was on and money was tough as were the times for many people. As no coins would have been issued for King Edward VIII until 1937 this is historically an important Patina piece. Fully crownsized and struck in Proof copper it is rather beautiful. You have the bare head of the King, who was never crowned on one side and the wreath with crown on the other side.
£14.50

George III Wales Patina Silver

This Wales crownsized Patina retro-pattern is based on the portrait of King George III that the Bank of England used on their emergency coinage in the early 1800’s. In fact I think this portrait is as good as that one. These Patina pieces are struck in Proof Sterling Silver. I don’t know what the mintages are, but I believe they are rather small. We bought this lot just recently from a dealer, but we don’t know where he got them from. You have the bust of King George III on one side and the symbol of which country it represents on the reverse. All are in Proof Sterling Silver.
£49.50