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Greece, 25 Euro Pattern 1996 C N

This crownsized pattern 25 Euros was issued by International Currency Bureau in 1996; it was not issued by the Greek government. On one side you have the Discus Thrower from the ancient Olympic Games. On the other side you have a galley vessel, again of ancient times. This coin is struck in Prooflike Uncirculated Cupro-nickel and is now some 22 years old. Not an easy pre-euro pattern to find and most of the pieces were shipped to Greece. I have bought out one of the original parties that made this piece and therefore I can offer them at a wonderful price. You can add one to your collection for just £7.95, at this price you might want to own more than one…
£7.95

Greece, 5 Ecu Pattern 1994

Prooflike condition, struck in cupronickel and each comes sealed in a snap lock bag
£5.95

Hong Kong, Edward VIII Brass (GM)

One of the most popular of the Edward VIII issues is the one struck for Hong Kong. Since its return to China, there have been literally a billion potential collectors for this series. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a sailing junk on the other. The coins are available in Silver Proof, Silver Piedfort and Brass, here we present the Silver Piedfort coin. Mintages are very low and supplies have almost run out…All that are left at old prices.
£8.95

Hong Kong, Edward VIII, Brass Pieces

Many collectors only go for silver versions of the Edward VIII series, yet many of the Copper and Brass pieces are very low mintage and much underappreciated. But as the mintages were low, they are in short supply. These are private issued pieces but are listed in Colin Bruce’s Unusual World Coins as published by Krause Publications. Edward VIII Hong Kong Brass pieces: a very popular country to collect things from, especially with the Chinese influence.
£16.95

India, Edward VIII India Brass

Many collectors only go for silver versions of the Edward VIII series, yet many of the Copper and Brass pieces are very low mintage and much underappreciated. But as the mintages were low, they are in short supply. These are private issued pieces but are listed in Colin Bruce’s Unusual World Coins as published by Krause Publications. Edward VIII India Brass pieces have always been very popular because the Prince of Wales spent a long time in India.
£39.50 £19.50

Ireland, 1996 Pattern 25 Euros in gilding metal. BU

Crown-sized (38mm) struck in 1997 as patterns to show possible designs for the upcoming move to the Euro.
£4.95

Ireland, Edward VII Copper Crowned

These Proof Double Florin sized pieces are retro-patterns, showing what the coinage might have looked like, had it been issued. You have the crowned bust of King Edward VII on one side and a crowned harp within a series of arches on the other side with the retro date 1901. The mintages on these handsome pieces was only 425 in each metal. We have on the Copper examples. They are beautiful, they are Proof, the mintages are low and so are their prices. How can you lose? Add one or more to your collection today, before they sell out…
£12.50

Ireland, Edward VII Goldine Crowned

These Proof Double Florin sized pieces are retro-patterns, showing what the coinage might have looked like, had it been issued. You have the crowned bust of King Edward VII on one side and a crowned harp within a series of arches on the other side with the retro date 1901. The mintages on these handsome pieces was only 425 in each metal. We have on offer the Goldine examples. They are beautiful, they are Proof, the mintages are low and so are their prices. How can you lose? Add one or more to your collection today, before they sell out…
£12.50

Ireland, Edward VII, 1901. Goldine Retro-Patina. Proof FDC

Low-mintage retro-patina for Ireland. Edward VII, bare head, 1901 struck in Goldine. Proof FDC
£24.50

Ireland, George III Patina Pewter

We were told by the people who struck the Patina crownsized retro patterns that striking anything in Pewter was something they did not relish. It is hard to strike, it is messy to strike and they would rather use another metal. But these George III Ireland Patina retro patterns are struck in Proof Pewter and we think they look great. Forget the work and the mess the finished product is great. Because they were struck in Pewter, the mintages are limited. Get them while you can…
£9.95

Jersey, Edward VIII, 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