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GIFTS

From single coins, to multi-sets with beginner's book, to the ultimate present of gold, we have a gift for that special person at History Coins.

Beginner's Starter Coin Collection Set

 

Give a gift of history to a special person. This set consists of 3 coins from Ancient Greece, Rome and one other era. You will also receive the beginners book to collecting coins, 'History Through Coin' written by History Coin's, Rona Cox. All coins will be authentic and in fair to very fine grade. The book is softbound and contains over 100 pages. Why not combine it with the set below!

(Coins for illustration only, will not necessarily be these coins. Not to scale.)

       £35 (+P&P)

Celtic c50BC Gold Stater, Whaddon Chase Type

The ultimate gift for the one you love!

 

Ref: S32, ABC2433 A well centred and struck coin with a few cracks to edge. 19mm/ 5.85g
Ex Lockdales, UK.            An exquisite coin!  

Early uninscribed gold stater, British L type from the Catuvellauni, otherwise known as the Whaddon Chase type from North of the Thames. 


Obverse: Devolved Apollo head with wreath, cloak and crescents, rounded wing motif above wreath. 
Reverse: Horse right, wing motif above, pellet sun below.              £600 (P&P FREE)  SOLD

Anglo-Saxon Gilt Enamelled Disc Brooch

 

A gilt-bronze brooch from the 11thCAD comprising of a discoid cell with enamel fill, turquoise five-pointed star and dark blue surround; to the border, six discoid lugs each with a dark blue cloison (one missing); catch-plate to the reverse, but pin missing.
 
4.45g, 24mm
Prov: Ex Timeline Auctions, previously from a private Somerset collection.
 
Condition considered 'Fine' , but please see pictures for condition. 
 
 
  £170 SOLD

First Day Cover, Six Wives of Henry VIII with Medallion & Postmark from Hever Castle

Full set of stamps including Henry, with portrait of Anne Boleyn. Although it is unlikely that Henry wrote 'Greensleeves' for Anne, it has become a traditional Christmas tune, so I thought I would add this to the offerings.

The medallion is a copy of the commemorative issue marking Henry becoming the head of the Church of England. Comes with information sheet and certificate of authenticity.
 
A lovely piece of Post Office history.
 
£12 SOLD
 
 

Real Silver Sixpences for your Christmas Pudding or Bride's Shoe

Why have a tradition that becomes diluted by not having real silver! One silver sixpence, any date illustrated= £6. Sixpences were no longer made of silver from 1947, so don't be duped.

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