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ZAR Gold Pond Fine

Before South Africa became South Africa, as it is known today, it was run by Dutch decedents called the Boers. They based their Gold coins on the British system, same fineness, same weight, only a lot less of these coins were struck and they are therefore scarcer than British sovereigns, South Africa was then known as ZAR, or Zuid Afrikaanshce Republiek in Dutch. The coins we offer were struck around 1896 although we have a few earlier and later dates. The coins are struck in 22ct Gold, weigh about 8 grams, are over 120 years old and in Fine condition. We bought these coins before the price of gold went up, so they are cheaper than we would normally have to charge. Add one to your collection even if you cannot pronounce the name. After all, it is another country for your collection.

Australia 1927 2/- Gem Unc

This 1927 Florin was issued by Australia to show off their new Parliament Building in Canberra. It was their first commemorative coin, but then again, they had only been issuing coins since 1910. You have the crowned bust of King George V on one side and the new Parliament Building on the other side. They issued quite a lot of these coins and they are almost common in Fine and Very Fine condition, but in the higher grades they are quite tough to find. This group has this first commemorative in Gem uncircualted, if you want a beautiful example, it would be hard to find better than theseā€¦

Serbia, Dinar 1904

Serbia, Peter I, Dinar 1904. Proof. Very rare. KM25.1

Italy, Tuscany, Testone 1621

Italian States, Tuscany, Ferdinando II de Medici (1621-70), Testone 1621. Very Fine or better and Rare

Russia, 5 Kopeks 1791

Russia, Catherine the Great, 5 Kopeks, 1791. Good Very Fine a high grade for this coin. KM59.3

Russia, 5 Kopeks 1793

Russia, Catherine the Great, 5 Kopeks, 1793 E.M., Good Very Fine a high grade for this coin. KM59.3