An intresting coin which originated from Monnaie de Paris, France and dates back to 1784 during the reign of King Louis XVI. The front of the coin depicts a crowned oval escutcheon, also known as 'three fleurs-de-lis'. On the reverse, an image of the 45th King of France, Louis XVI - the 'restorer'.
A delicate Gold Half Soverigne which dates back to 1899 and is in great condition. This coin pictures, on one side, St George slaying the Dragon; on the other side, the head of an Older Queen Victoria, which is often referred to as the 'Old Head'. A portrait that depicts Victoria mourning for the late Prince Albert.