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George I Silver Shilling

George I Silver Shilling

Minimum of Fine Condition

Price: £315.00

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Edward VIII Coin and Stamp Set

Price: £35.00

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George II Sixpence

George II Sixpence

Fine or Better

Price: £80.00

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George IV Bare Head Second Type Sovereign 1825-1830 Fine+

Price: £1,325.00

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George I, Silver Coronation medal

Price: £650.00

Limited Stock
William IV Half-crown

William IV Half-crown

Fine Plus - Mixed year dates

Price: £160.00

Limited Stock
1643 Charles I Gold Half-Unite - Oxford

Price: £23,550.00

Limited Stock
Gold Proof
George VI 1937 Proof Two Pounds - Double Sovereign

Price: £4,995.00

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George IV Sovereign Laureate Head

Price: £1,300.00

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Queen Anne Silver Crown, 1707  (Edinburgh Mint)

Price: £5,887.50

Limited Stock
Gold Proof
1826 George IV Proof Half Sovereign

Price: £7,722.00

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1911 George V Coronation 10-Piece Short Proof Set

Price: £6,292.00

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1821 George IV Half-Sovereign

Price: £5,750.00

Limited Stock
1700 William III Guinea

1700 William III Guinea

Good Very Fine Condition

Price: £8,995.00

Limited Stock
1551 Edward VI Crown Fine Silver Issue

Price: £13,450.00

Limited Stock
George IV Bare Head Half-crown

George IV Bare Head Half-crown

Mixed years Fine Plus

Price: £160.00

Limited Stock
George II Shilling

George II Shilling

Fine or Better

Price: £125.00

Limited Stock
William & Mary type I Half Crown

Price: £315.00

Limited Stock
William III Crown

William III Crown

Fine or Better

Price: £350.00

Limited Stock
1825 George IV Sovereign (Laureate Head)

Price: £4,219.00

Limited Stock
George I Silver Crown, 1726

Price: £6,195.00

Limited Stock
Edward VII Sixpence

Edward VII Sixpence

Fine + condition

Price: £24.00

Limited Stock
Charles II Crown

Charles II Crown

Mixed years Fine Plus

Price: £410.00

Awaiting Stock
George II Five Guinea EIC

George II Five Guinea EIC

George II Five Guinea EIC

Price: £36,000.00

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George II Gold Guinea

Price: £1,650.00

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William III Half Crown Mixed Year Dates

Price: £315.00

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313-321 AD Constantine the Great Bronze Follis Mint of London

Price: £130.00

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1821 George IV Silver Crown

Price: £135.00

Awaiting Stock
1821 George IV Sovereign

Price: £1,320.00

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Charles II, Silver Coronation medal

Price: £650.00

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Commemorative Coins

Five portraits of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Five portraits of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

During Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, the nation’s circulating coins have featured five different portraits of the monarch.

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Historic Portraiture

Historic Portraiture

The Changing Faces of History. Centuries ago most people would only have seen the face of their leader on a coin. The ‘heads’, or obverse, side of a coin has depicted the image of a monarch or ruler for thousands of years.

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James I (1603–25) The First King of Great Britain

James I (1603–25) The First King of Great Britain

The death of Elizabeth I without an heir in 1603 brought the Tudor dynasty to an end. James VI of Scotland acceded to the throne, becoming James I and the first Stuart king of England. The political ramifications of dynastic change and the union of the crowns would manifest on his coinage.

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Two Anniversaries, One Big Coin

Two Anniversaries, One Big Coin

A Special Celebration for The Five-Sovereign Piece 2020 Two hundred years ago, the first modern Five-Sovereign Piece was struck, just as a remarkable reign came to a close. The Five-Sovereign Piece 2020 celebrates 200 years of the impressive gold coin...

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Prince Albert: The Pioneering Prince

Prince Albert: The Pioneering Prince

In 2019 we are celebrating the life and legacy of Queen Victoria, but these celebrations would not be complete if we did not honour the pioneering prince who stood at her side. The 200th anniversary of Prince Albert’s birth falls in the same year as his wife’s and it is only fitting that The Royal Mint marks the occasion.

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The Queen’s Beasts – A Story of Royal Heraldry and Heritage

The Queen’s Beasts – A Story of Royal Heraldry and Heritage

When Queen Anne, the last of the Stuarts, died in 1714, the British throne passed to George of Hanover, who became known as George I. He brought with him the heraldry of the region, including a White Horse on a red background, known in German as the ‘Sachsenross’ and in English as ‘the White Horse of Hanover’.

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