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Edward VIII Australia short Goldine

Edward VIII Australia short legend in goldine - patina.

Edward VIII Canada 1987 Brass

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

Edward VIII New Zealand Bare Copper

There is much interest in the Patinas from our colonial past. Mintages were low, and overseas interest is high. We have sold out or nearly on many of the issues. Supplies are very limited and prices are going up as the supply goes down, don’t miss out on them. For this issue we have the Edward VIII, New Zealand bare head in Copper. They were struck in Proof condition to the highest quality and have a mintages of just 475.

Edward VIII Australia short legend in copper

Australian Edward VIII Copper Patina reproduction dated 1937

Australia Edward VIII Long Legend Copper

Australian Edward VII Copper Patina reproduction with 1937 date

British Trade Dollar 1998 Blank

The British Trade Dollar was originally made in the late 1800’s to compete with the Mexican 8 Reales which was being used heavily in commerce in the Far East. The Trade Dollar was made periodically until the 1930’s. About 20 years ago, someone asked the Royal Mint to make new dies with the then current date 1998. The Mint did make them and then some sort of problem occurred. The person who had the dies made, had the ‘coins’ struck elsewhere and with a full colour commemorative sticker on the back. At the time, we bought a couple of hundred of the Prooflike crownsized pieces with a blank reverse, figuring to use them sometime. Well we just found them the other day and I have decided to offer them with the blank reverse. You could add a sticker or even engrave something, it is up to you. These are the only examples around that we know of.