Patina Retro Patterns and Reproductions

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Edward VIII Australia Milled Edge

From INA one of the last of the Edward VIII Patina collections, Australia. Retro dated 1937 they have the bare head of King Edward VIII on the reverse and the arms of Australia on the reverse. The arms are supported by a kangaroo and an Emu. They are Shilling sized, in Proof condition and feature a milled edge. Each collection contains 5 single thickness and 3 piedforts. The single thickness pieces are Silver, aluminium, cupro-nickel, platinum coloured and gold plated. The piedforts are copper, gold plated and goldine. The mintage is just 100 pieces in each metal and coincraft bought the entire mintage.
£69.50

Edward VIII Australia Plain Edge

From INA one of the last of the Edward VIII Patina collections, Australia. Retro dated 1937 they have the bare head of King Edward VIII on the reverse and the arms of Australia on the reverse. The arms are supported by a kangaroo and an Emu. They are Shilling sized, in Proof condition and feature a plain edge. Each collection contains 5 single thickness and 3 piedforts. The single thickness pieces are Silver, aluminium, cupro-nickel, platinum coloured and gold plated. The piedforts are copper, gold plated and goldine. The mintage is just 100 pieces in each metal and coincraft bought the entire mintage.
£69.50

Edward VIII Australia short Goldine

Edward VIII Australia short legend in goldine - patina.
£17.50

Edward VIII Australia short legend in copper

Australian Edward VIII Copper Patina reproduction dated 1937
£17.50

Edward VIII Canada 1987 Brass

Edward VIII Canada 1987 50th Aniv of Wedding in brass with the two dates under Edward’s bust
£9.95

Edward VIII GB 1936 Silver

These full crownsized pieces were issued to show what Edward VIII’s coinage might have looked like, had he not abdicated. The reverses look very similar to the one used on the George VI crown, which makes sense. There are two types. We are offering the type with a full legend. The mintage is just 750 in Proof Sterling Silver, which we think is rather small. Add this to your British collection, after all they are much less expensive than the original, which sold for over £60,000 years ago…
£69.50