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 1936 Wreath Set Milled

The Patina series had a ‘Wreath Crown’ but dated 1937 and the mintage was 975 pieces, we quickly sold out. Last year was the 80th anniversary of The Year of Three Kings, so we are proud to offer this 1936 Patina with a much lower mintage of just 100 pieces in each metal. This crownsized beauty was struck in eight different metals and with two edges, plain and milled; here we offer you the milled-edged variant. We bought almost the entire mintage, except for four sets which went to the INA archives and to auction. The pieces are beautiful full crownsized Proofs, struck in Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold-coated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver.
£125.00

Edward VIII 1936 Wreath Set Plain

The Patina series had a ‘Wreath Crown’ but dated 1937 and the mintage was 975 pieces, we quickly sold out. Last year was the 80th anniversary of The Year of Three Kings, so we are proud to offer this 1936 Patina with a much lower mintage of just 100 pieces in each metal. This crownsized beauty was struck in eight different metals and with two edges, plain and milled. We bought almost the entire mintage, except for four sets which went to the INA archives and to auction. The pieces are beautiful full crownsized Proofs, struck in Sterling Silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold-coated Copper, Aluminium, Polished Steel, Pewter and Nickel Silver. We could break up the sets and sell the individual prices at a very high price, as we have seem similar sets sold on Ebay. But that is not how Coincraft works. We bought them right, so we are going to sell them right. On offer here is the Plain Edge set. You get the ‘1936 Wreath Crown Patina’ in all eight different metals. At this price they are a gift, eight different metals, crownsized Proofs and with a mintage of just 100 sets….
£125.00

Edward VIII 1937 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

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