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Picture of New Zealand, Strapless Coin Set

New Zealand, Strapless Coin Set

In 1953 New Zealand issued their first coins for their new Queen, Elizabeth II. It wasn’t until 1955 that they noticed that the Queen was wearing a strapless gown. This caused quite an uproar and in 1956 they redesigned the portrait of H. M. The Queen wearing a dress with straps. We offer the strapless set of New Zealand coins all 7 of them, 1/2d, 1d, 3d, 6d, 1/-, 2/- and 2/6 all in selected circulated condition. It is a variety that most collectors outside of New Zealand don’t even know about let alone have in their collections. Supplies are limited, remember you get all seven coins of Queen Elizabeth II wearing a strapless gown.
£12.50
Picture of Sri Lanka 2 Rupees 1995

Sri Lanka 2 Rupees 1995

50th anniv of United Nations Uncirculated
£2.50
Picture of Sweden, Commemorative 1932

Sweden, Commemorative 1932

In 1932 Sweden issued a commemorative 2 Kronor for the 300th anniversary of the death of Gustaf I, 1632-1932. It is a handsome silver piece with the bust of Gustaf I facing right wearing a laurel wreath. The other side has a very ornate cartouche and a rather gothic style. Nice coin and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which considering that they are now 87 years old is quite amazing!
£39.50
Picture of Ukraine, 1995, 2000000 karbovanets, SILVER PROOF

Ukraine, 1995, 2000000 karbovanets, SILVER PROOF

Crown-sized .925 silver commemorative issued in 1995 to mark the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations. KM.19
£39.50
Picture of United States of America,  1988 Silver Eagle

United States of America, 1988 Silver Eagle

The United States has been issuing Silver Eagles, containing one ounce of pure silver, with a nominal face value of One Dollar, every year since 1986. The coins near the beginning of the series are difficult to get, plus they are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. For the early issues, you would expect to pay more, but especially for our customers, and while supplies last, you can have one at a special price.
£36.50
Picture of United States of America,  Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar Various Dates Silver Fine

United States of America, Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar Various Dates Silver Fine

In 1916 the United States Mint changed over from the Barber Quarter to the Liberty Standing Quarter. Unfortunately, the designer used a more European model of Liberty with one of her breasts exposed. It caused a scandal and uproar. After all, you couldn’t have bare breasts being shown on your coins. After all, no one had ever seen a bare breast, unless they were feeding their child or you had seen classical sculpture or painting or you had … So in 1917 this design was changed and the offending breast was covered up. The Standing Liberty Quarter was issued until 1930. All of our coins are of the non offending kind, mainly because they are better value. All coins are in Fine condition and it is one of America’s most beautiful silver coins. Dates will be of our choice, but all coins are nice examples in Fine condition and struck in .900 fine Silver.
£14.95
1 Dollar 1988 Olympics Silver Proof

United States of America, 1 Dollar 1988 Olympics Silver Proof

In 1988 the United States Mint issued a Special Silver Dollar for the Summer Olympics, held in Seoul, South Korea. In 1983 and 1984 the Mint issued Silver Dollars for the Los Angeles Olympics. This one is a little more difficult to find. You have the Olympic Torch lighting the torch from the Statue of Liberty. The other side has the Olympic rings, the value, and the United States of America. They are struck in 900 fine Silver and are in Proof condition. Now 30 years old and not all that easy to find and they do look quite handsome in Proof condition.
£39.50
Picture of United States of America, 1879 'S' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1879 'S' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

San Francisco 'S' mintmark encapsulated Morgan Silver Dollar from 1879 in Choice BU.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1883 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1883 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

New Orleans 'O' mintmark Morgan Silver Dollar from 1883 in Choice BU.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1884 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1884 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

New Orleans 'O' mintmark Morgan Silver Dollar In Choice from 1884 in Choice BU.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1885 Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1885 Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

Philadelphia (no mintmark) Morgan Silver Dollar from 1885 in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1885 O Silver Dollar BU

United States of America, 1885 O Silver Dollar BU

Beautiful United States Morgan Silver Dollars. Each coin has been encapsulated to authenticate it and to grade it, they grade 64 out of 70 which means a Choice Uncirculated coin. Coins struck in New Orleans, Louisiana have an ‘O’ mint mark. All coins are choice Brilliant Uncirculated and you will love them.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1887 Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1887 Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

Philadelphia (no mintmark) Morgan Silver Dollar from 1887 in Choice BU.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1898 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1898 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

New Orleans 'O' Mintmark Morgan Silver Dollar form 1898 in Choice BU.
£95.00
Picture of United States of America, 1899 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

United States of America, 1899 'O' Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

New Orleans 'O' Mintmark Morgan Silver Dollar from 1899 in Choice BU.
£95.00
1922 Silver Peace Dollar BU

United States of America, 1922 Silver Peace Dollar BU

In 1922 the United States issued a Silver Dollar, called the Peace Dollar Commemorating the end of World War I. They had issued one in 1921 but it was a slightly different design and harder to strike and thus this 1922 is really the first year of issue. These Silver Dollars are full crownsized, struck in 900 fine silver and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They are beautiful to look at and I think a rather fantastic coin to own. These coins were made to circulate, but the ones we have to offer, have never circulated and are as nice as the day they were struck some 95 years ago. A similar British Crown struck around that time and in similar condition would cost you £600 - £700 today.
£69.50
Picture of United States of America, 1923 Peace Dollar BU

United States of America, 1923 Peace Dollar BU

The United States Silver Peace Dollar was first struck in 1921 and the coins were meant to be in everyday usage. They are full crownsized and struck in 900 fine Silver. Many consider it to be one of America’s most attractive coins. Now there is nothing rare about the 1923 date, it is just not all that easy to find when you are looking for it. We suppose the more dates they made, the less likely people were to put them aside. After all a Silver Dollar in 1923 was still considered a sizable amount of money. The coins on offer are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which considering that they are now 95 years old, is quite impressive. A similar British coin in similar condition would cost you several hundred pounds at least. While supplies last you can own a Brilliant Uncirculated 1923 US Silver Dollar for a highly competitive price.
£69.50
Kennedy_Half_Dollar_1966_obv

United States of America, 1966 Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, just after the 22nd of November 1963, the date of his assassination. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. These coins are struck in base metal and are in Uncirculated condition. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 1966 and it's in Uncirculated price.
£4.50
Picture of United States of America, 1972 Denver Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

United States of America, 1972 Denver Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, just after the 22nd of November 1963, the date of his assassination. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. They have made them at different Mints; this one is from Denver and as such features a small D. These coins are struck in base metal and are in Uncirculated condition. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 1972.
£4.50
Picture of United States of America, 1972 Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

United States of America, 1972 Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, just after the 22nd of November 1963, the date of his assassination. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. These coins are struck in base metal and are in Uncirculated condition. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 1972.
£4.50
Picture of United States of America, 1974 Philadelphia Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

United States of America, 1974 Philadelphia Kennedy Half Dollar Unc

The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, just after the 22nd of November 1963, the date of his assassination. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. They have made them at different Mints; this one is from Philadelphia and as such has no mintmark. These coins are struck in base metal and are in Uncirculated condition. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 1974.
£4.50
1986_half_dollar_obv

United States of America, 1986 Kennedy Half Dollar Proof

The Kennedy half dollar is one of the most popular modern American coins, it is also the largest coin in general circulation. It was first struck in 1964 to commemorate the assignation of President Kennedy in 1963. They are still struck today but they are no longer really in everyday usage, they are struck for collectors. Here we offer the 1986 issue in Proof. Kennedy half dollars are very collectable and you should add one or more to your collection.
£12.95
Picture of United States of America, 1986 Statue of Liberty Dollar & Half Dollar Proof

United States of America, 1986 Statue of Liberty Dollar & Half Dollar Proof

1986 Statue of Liberty Dollar & Half Dollar Proof
£59.50
Kennedy_Half_Dollar_1999_obv

United States of America, 1990 Kennedy Half Dollar Proof

The Kennedy Half Dollar was issued for the first time in 1964, just after the 22nd of November 1963, the date of his assassination. They still make these coins today, but not usually for circulation. If you are missing any of these dates, now is your chance to add them to your collection. This one is from 1990 and it's in Proof condition.
£8.95
Picture of United States of America, 2000 Sacagawea Dollar Coin in Proof

United States of America, 2000 Sacagawea Dollar Coin in Proof

In 2000 the United States Mint issued a new dollar coin: this one depicted a young native American Shoshone woman, Sacagawea carrying her infant Jean Baptiste. This design was only used from 2000-2008 and after that they changed the reverse design every year. All the Sacagawea Dollars are struck in Proof golden coloured metal. They were still trying to find a substitute for the dollar bill. I think these coins are fantastic in Proof condition, unfortunately in Uncirculated they are just coins. Supplies are limited. This product is the 2000 issue of this fabulous dollar coin in proof condition.
£12.50