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1705 English Crown   CO-524

1705 English Crown CO-524

Silver coin about the same size as a silver dollar. This is a Queen Anne Crown. Ours is cast in…

1718 British Halfpenny   CO-521

1718 British Halfpenny CO-521

Very common small change in the 18th century. This replica coin is cast in lead free pewter and plated with…

1743 English Crown   CO-531

1743 English Crown CO-531

This coin was originally struck silver. A very nice example of a typical 18th century coin. It was a good…

1745 English Shilling   CO-526

1745 English Shilling CO-526

Very common British silver coin. About the size of a quarter but much thinner. This is a Lima shilling denoting…

1747 George II Halfpenny CO-542

1747 George II Halfpenny CO-542

Issued in copper with the likeness of the king. This coin was minted until 1754, then not until 1770 under…

1751 Irish Halfpenny   CO-527

1751 Irish Halfpenny CO-527

Copy of a Halfpenny specifically struck for Ireland, but many found there way to the new world. Cast in lead-free…

1754 George II Farthing  CO-543

1754 George II Farthing CO-543

The smallest value in British coinage, the Farthing was struck in copper and equivalent to 1/4 penny. This was the…

1755 French Sol Marque  CO-545

1755 French Sol Marque CO-545

This is a lead free pewter reproduction of a coin that was commonly used in New France (CANADA) during the…

1755 Piece of Eight   CO-520

1755 Piece of Eight CO-520

Very common silver coin similar in size to silver dollar. This replica coin is cast in lead free pewter. Learn…

1769 French Ecu   CO-525

1769 French Ecu CO-525

Common French silver coin similar in size to English crown. Cast from lead free pewter. Learn about this coin and…

1776 Continental Dollar   CO-522

1776 Continental Dollar CO-522

America's first silver dollar originals were commonly pewter and not worth much. This replica coin is cast in lead free…

1777 Gold Guinea   CO-518

1777 Gold Guinea CO-518

If you were rich you would have some of these. (Gold-Plated pewter) Learn about this coin and more in our…

1778 German Thaler   CO-529

1778 German Thaler CO-529

Common German coin similar size to English crown. The originals were silver ours are made of lead-free pewter. Learn about…

1783 Piece of Eight   CO-519

1783 Piece of Eight CO-519

Very common silver coin similar in size to silver dollar. This replica coin is cast in lead free pewter. Learn…

British Coin Set   CO-514

British Coin Set CO-514

Nine coins used in the British Empire in the 18th century. These reproductions are cast from lead-free pewter and come…

Circa 1610 James I Crown   CO-523

Circa 1610 James I Crown CO-523

Early English crown. This replica coin is cast in lead free pewter. Learn about this coin and more in our…

Colonial Paper Currency Reproductions - CO-512

Colonial Paper Currency Reproductions - CO-512

This packet contains eight high-quality reproductions (it’s all legal, folks) of early colonial and Continental paper currency, along with a…

Common Place Book   BK-396

Common Place Book BK-396

The Common Place Book is for serious journalists. Original examples were used between the late 1600’s through the mid 1800’s.…

Pewter by the Pound   PW-296

Pewter by the Pound PW-296

High quality lead free pewter. Ready to melt down and use for your own project.…

Pieces of Eight Set - CO-516

Pieces of Eight Set - CO-516

The Spanish Eight Reale was probably the most commonly circulated silver coin in Colonial America. Because of an extreme shortage…

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