Welcome to the web site of
Michael Coins Ltd
Michael Coins will be unable to deal with
any orders or email or telephone calls
for the following days.
Thursday, 5 May to 11 May
The shop (Michael Coins) in Notting Hill, London closed
at the end of May 2014 after 48 years of trading.
All orders will now only be dealt with by "Mail order"
Michael Coins Ltd is continuing to sell
Coins & Banknotes,
New British coins are being added
to the website in a systematic order .
At present -
Most British gold coins & those of foreign countries
are up to date, as are the
Crowns, Halfcrowns; Florins; Shillings
& Maundy sets
Now being added & scanning are
so far added (1681 to 1889)
The other silver denominations to be added are:-
Groats (4ds); Silver 3ds & 1½ pence
followed by Maundy oddments.
After the UK silver coins have been added
A large collection of
British: Copper & Bronze coins -
Pennies, Halfpennies, Farthings & fractional coins
will be added.
Followed by MORE G.B. banknotes !
Look at what has just added to the website !
Some amazing Edwardian (1902 - 1908)
Passes & Programmes to attended the
Maundy Ceremony - on Maundy Thursday
(Very topical for Easter)
Very unusual for these very early (1902 to 1908)
Passes or Programmes to be offered for sale.
These are the first I have had or seen in 50 years of trading !
Plus in our banknote section we have added, with scans,
many new British "White banknotes".
Plus we have listed dates of over 100 others that are
in stock but not as yet graded or priced.
Hopefully, one day ALL world countries are to be added -
which will include both coins and banknotes.
The coins & banknotes have been stored "off site"
with a local storage company, for security reasons.
Please read the Terms as ANY order that is less than £18.50
CANNOT be deal with due to the costs involved.
The New address is
P. O. Box 3100
The new telephone number is
But please use it sensibly
Monday to Friday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
With NO set office hours
there might be times you cannot reach anyone !
However, if you leave your number on a voicemail -
PLEASE speak slowly so that your number can be written down.
If your number is grabbled or rushed we cannot call you back
if we cannot understand what you have said or
you speak so quickly we don't have time to write it down !
However, emails are answered as often as possible and that will probably
be the easiest way to get an answer to any question you might have.
The email address remains the same
or in case of difficulty with that address !?
you can also try
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