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Collectible Coins


At BullionByPost we're pleased to be able to offer some extremely rare and valuable numismatic coins, whether hammered or milled, on top of our existing gold Guinea coins.

Click on the sections below to see the entire catalogue of coins we have available today, or click here for specific collectible gold and silver coins. We also stock a large range of specific year gold Sovereigns.

For more information about our collectable coins please visit our coin specifications page, packed with information about coin values, weights before decimalisation, and a brief history of their origin and purpose.


Half Sovereigns

In Stock

from 249,10 €

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Sovereigns

In Stock

from 470,10 €

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Monarchs

In Stock

from 598,20 €

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Gold Guinea

In Stock

from 802,50 €

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Double Sovereign

In Stock

from 831,20 €

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Hammered Coins

Awaiting Stock

from 739,90 €

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Quarter Noble

Awaiting Stock

from 898,90 €

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Angel

Awaiting Stock

from 2 306 €

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Milled Coins have been made by some form of machine, as opposed to being man-made. These are generally more modern and more refined, though early techniques differ greatly from the refining processes of today.

Hammered Coins are those produced by hand, and were for thousands of years the only way to produce metal coins. Fake coins and ever-growing demand due to growing populations globally forced innovation and a move towards Milled Coins.

Gold Guineas are a type of British gold coin first introduced in the mid to late 1600s and used until the early 1800s, when they were replaced with the likes of the gold Sovereign.

If you're interested in learning more about coin collecting and collectable coins, why not view some of our infopages.

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Click here for the Britannia Coin Design page

Click here for the Sovereign Coin Design page