Patina Retro Patterns and Reproductions

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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

Miltary Guinea Replica

Officially the Gold Guinea ceased to be legal tender with the Currency Reform Act of 1816, but in fact the last Guinea made was in 1813. They were made then to pay our troops, the design was different from the normal Guinea and it became known as the Military Guinea. It is a rare and expensive coin today. One of our friends made a replica of the Military Guinea, but made it larger than normal, about the size of a two guineas, which they never made. The reason is that it is so attractive that he felt you would want to see the details better. We bought all that he had which was just over 50 pieces. They are double the normal size, have King George III on one side, are gold plated and struck in Proof condition. They also come in a protective capsule.
£14.50

CANADA Edward VIII Dollar Patina Crowned Bust Goldine/Bronze

Canadian Patina piece featuring Edward VIII with a crowned head. The reverse has the famous trapper and native guide in a canoe with a pine tree behind them. The design was used on most Canadian Silver Dollars from 1935 until 1966. The mintage was just 750 pieces. They are struck in bronze and in Prooflike condition and we think are very important to any Edward VIII collection.
£16.50

CANADA Edward VIII Bare Head Dollar Patina Goldine/Bronze

Canadian Patina piece featuring Edward VIII with a bare head. The reverse has the famous trapper and native guide in a canoe with a pine tree behind them. The design was used on most Canadian Silver Dollars from 1935 until 1966. The mintage was just 750 pieces. They are struck in bronze and in Prooflike condition and we think are very important to any Edward VIII collection.
£16.50