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Stephen, also known as Stephen of Blois, was King of England from 22 December 1135 until his death on 25 October 1154 (aged 57-62). Born in 1092 or 1096 Blois, Kingdom of France.
The Double Florin was only minted from 1887 to 1890, making it one of the shortest lived denominations in British coin history. It was denominated at 4 shillings (4/-). It is a large coin, 36mm in diameter.
The 2022 Silver Proof 50p coin featuring Kanga and Roo, created by A A Milne, and is the eighth coin in a nine-coin Winnie the Pooh Collection from the Royal Mint.
Silver Sixpence of Queen Anne minted at the Royal Mint in London in 1711. SCBC 3619. Queen Anne minted many variations of sixpence, both before, and after, the Union with Scotland in 1707. Many contain words or mint marks.
Orichalcum Dupondius of Emperor Vespasian struck around 72-73AD at the Lugdunum Mint in Gaul. Orichalcum is a golden-coloured bronze alloy that was often used in ancient Rome coinage.
1883 Gold sovereigns have many variations. They can be made in London, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney and can also in the same year have combinations of St George or Shield backs.
1935 Crown - 'Rocking Horse' Jubilee Crown
This was the first coin in a Royal Mint collection called The Queen's Reign Honours and Investitures. The first coin celebrates the role of Her Majesty in awarding honours that recognise individual service, the second concerns charitable work and the third coin celebrates the Queen as Head of the Commonwealth.
The Queen's Beasts series concludes with a coin that shows all ten of the Queen's Beast. This one-ounce 999.9 gold proof has a limited edition of 625. Issued on 29 April 2021, the coin was minted as BU in a £5 coin and also in various weights of silver and gold.
Platinum bullion coin, contains 1 Troy Oz of 999.5 Fine Platinum. Denominated at £100. Part of the Royal Tudor Beasts collection.