I am in the process of listing a large farthing collection. These are nice affordable coins in collectable grades and can be found individually in the 'Farthings and fractionals' collection.
I have just finished listing a recently acquired collection. New stock includes reasonably priced hammered, UK, USA and ancient coins. Also as selection of UK and European medals and badges. Please take a look.
For crown collectors I have just added a collection of Isle of Man and other decimal crowns. Attractive and inexpensive.
I am in the process of adding a collection of Netherlands Duits from the 18th century. These copper coins were the small change of the Dutch trading empire at the time and could be found in the Indies, Americas and Europe. Typically at £5-£10 they are an inexpensive piece of history and can be found under Netherlands in world coins.
From the first days of coinage some 2500 years ago coins, particularly silver and gold, have been worn as jewellery to denote wealth, status, and an appreciation of the art that the coin displays. A coin collector may see this as a good coin ruined, however I have always looked out for good examples of coins that have been used in this way. This example is an enameled sixpence worn as a stickpin. What makes this one unusual is that it is from the reign of Queen Anne, dated 1711, (although I am sure that the jewellery conversion was done...