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Golden Jubilee Crown Cover Sierra Leone/Grenada

Sierra Leone was a British colony from 1808 until 1961. In 2002 when H.M. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Golden Jubilee they issued a handsome Crown or $1.00 to honour the event. It is housed in a large cover (25x18cms). The crown shows the Queen seated with Prince Philip standing at her side and on the reverse has a large crest with a shield between two lions and palm trees either side. The cover has a full colour photograph of the Queen wearing a tiara and insignia. There are also two $2 stamps issued by Grenada featuring scenes from the Queen’s life. This crown is struck in Cupro-Nickel and is quite scarce (KM# 285).
£9.95

Rhodesia, Elizabeth II, Pair Unc

Rhodesia went through a whole heap of problems, the British Government wouldn’t speak to them and the world cut them out. Despite that, these last two coins of Rhodesia still carry a portrait of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II, which makes the very desirable and quite scarce, especially Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The country went through several name changes and Unilateral Declaration of Independence in 1965. These two coins are ones that we usually have in only ones or two’s, but a collector delivered 100 pieces of each, the 25 Cent of 1964 and the 10 Cent of 1964. Both coins have H. M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. In the BlueCard Flyer when I have one on offer in the minor coin listing, we are swamped with orders. Now I have 100 of each, get them while you can, these are important coins of our Queen and of Rhodesia.
£18.50

Romania, 1 Ban 1900

Romania, 1 Ban 1900. Gem Brilliant Uncirculated with full lustre.
£50.00

Romania, 1996 Olympic Tennis Aluminium Piedfort

At this time of year tennis seems to be on many British people’s minds, what with Wimbledon and all. So I found a group of Rare patterns issued for tennis for the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. They only made 125 pieces in each metal and thickness. So these are some of the rarest Olympic coins you will ever see. The type on offer here is the Aluminium Piedfort. Each coin is full crownsized and struck in proof condition. They are struck at one of the oldest mints in the world in Romania, which has been in business for centuries and the quality is outstanding. An outstanding feature is the denomination, 100 Lei, is on the edge, so as not to detract from the design of the coin.
£34.50

Romania, 1996 Olympic Tennis Brass Piedfort

At this time of year tennis seems to be on many British people’s minds, what with Wimbledon and all. So I found a group of Rare patterns issued for tennis for the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. They only made 125 pieces in each metal and thickness. So these are some of the rarest Olympic coins you will ever see. The type on offer here is the Brass Piedfort. Each coin is full crownsized and struck in proof condition. They are struck at one of the oldest mints in the world in Romania, which has been in business for centuries and the quality is outstanding. An outstanding feature is the denomination, 100 Lei, is on the edge, so as not to detract from the design of the coin.
£34.50

Romania, Gymnast Olympics Copper Piedfort

One of the oldest mints in the world, the Romanian Mint made patterns for crowns they were going to issue for the Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and Nagano, Japan. They were never issued and thus only the patterns exist. The mintage was only 125 pieces in each metal and size (i.e. single thickness or piedfort). So they are some of the RAREST Olympic coins around. We bought quite a lot of the mintage, but over the years we have sold out of many of them.
£27.50