British Coins and Costumes 1958
Anonymous Stamps, Coins & Banknotes British Coins and Costumes 1958 British Coins and Costumes 1958 25 - This is an interesting set which details the history of British money from the ring money of the ancient Celts to the George II shilling, but as well as picturing the coins we also see an example of the type of dress worn in the period. So for instance we see a Roman coin of Augustus and a citizen in his toga or an Edward IV angel coin accompanied by a man in a suit of armour. Among the interesting coins is a William and Mary shilling which pictures both heads on the coin and a Cromwell sixpence which is extremely rare. The numbered backs give a brief write up about the coin. This set was also produced with an advert for “Mills Filtertips” on the back issued by Amalgamated Tobacco. The cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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British Coins and Costumes 1958

Issuer: Anonymous Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This is an interesting set which details the history of British money from the ring money of the ancient Celts to the George II shilling, but as well as picturing the coins we also see an example of the type of dress worn in the period. So for instance we see a Roman coin of Augustus and a citizen in his toga or an Edward IV angel coin accompanied by a man in a suit of armour. Among the interesting coins is a William and Mary shilling which pictures both heads on the coin and a Cromwell sixpence which is extremely rare. The numbered backs give a brief write up about the coin. This set was also produced with an advert for “Mills Filtertips” on the back issued by Amalgamated Tobacco. The cards are size 68 x 36mm. Number of cards in set: 25

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