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Silver Coins and Commemoratives

Featuring everything from historical silver coins of the Roman Empire to our latest silver proof commemoratives marking the Centenary of the Somme, there is a silver coin from the London Mint Office to suit every taste and interest.

The Five Coin Angel Set 2019 The Five Coin Angel Set 2019

The world famous Isle of Man Gold Angel, one of the most sought after world coins, widely thought to feature one of the most beautiful designs! This five coin set features the 1/10 oz., 1/4 oz., 1/2 oz. and 1 oz. Gold Angels and also the addition of the exclusive 1 oz. Silver Angel. All coins within the set featuring a rose Gold privy mark to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the modern Gold Angel - this is the first ever time that an Angel coin has featured rose Gold. 

£ 6,995
The 1 oz. Silver Angel 2019 The 1 oz. Silver Angel 2019

The world famous Isle of Man Angel, one of the most sought after world coins. Widely thought to feature one of the most beautiful designs. This limited edition 1 oz. Silver coin features a rose Gold privy mark to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the modern Angel - this is the first ever time that an Angel coin has featured rose Gold. 

£ 99
Moon Landing 50th Anniversary 3D Silver Coin 3D Moon – Silver coin with lunar rock!
  • 3D Moon – Silver coin with lunar rock! Celebrate the 50th anniversary of man first walking on the moon.
  • Struck in Sterling Silver, the coin is spherical in shape with a 26mm diameter, and intricately crafted to accurately replicate the cratered surface of the moon.
  • This allows you to hold it in your hands and feel for yourself the moon’s unusual texture – a truly unique experience!
£ 349
Silver Didrachm of the Ancient Spartan Colony of Taras Silver Didrachm of the Ancient Spartan Colony of Taras
  • The Taras Dolphin Silver Didrachm Struck by the Children of Sparta Almost 2,500 years ago 
  • In the Eighth Century BC Spartan children left home and set up Sparta’s only colony hundreds of miles away. They named it Taras and in a major departure from the Spartan model, in 510 BC they decided to strike their own coinage to facilitate the trade that fueled their economic prosperity.
  • Exclusive to The London Mint Office.
£ 599 £ 499