I specialise in British milled issues from 1662 to 1970,but this doesn't mean that I don't stock coins in other areasand I keep a small stock of both Ancient coins as well as English hammered pieces.
Any coin dealer relies, not only on a regular flow of customers but also on having sufficient stock to sell them. For this reason, if you have any coins to sell, either individually or in the form of collections please feel free to contact me and, subject to my stock requirements, I will be happy to make an offer for them.
As coins are being added to the list all the time, it may be that what you are looking for is not yet listed. Therefore, if you do not see what you are looking for please contact me; by the same token if you have a list of wants I would be happy to keep this on file until an example turns up or until you inform me that it is no longer required.
Please note that we will be closed between Tuesday 5 and Thursday 21 June. You may of course still order during this period but delivery will not take place until after the 21st.
My method of describing copper and bronze coins when in high grade has always been to use the AU designation followed by a number which is an estimate of the percentage of lustre the coin displays. Only when the coin shows almost no loss of lustre do I describe it as BU. Whilst this has generally served me well, it does have the disadvantage of leaving a yawning gap between AU and BU. After some thought, I have decided to re-assess all my existing coins in this category, introducing the Unc. designation for coins that in my view warrant it. In future therefore, my grading for all coins will follow standard grading practice with, as before, a percentage figure for high grade copper and bronze.
If you are ordering from outside the United Kingdom, make sure you have read the Postage and Delivery details on the left.
Penny Crown Coins
P.O. Box 831
Tel no. 01494-776141
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