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A. G. & S Gillis

A. G. & S Gillis

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A. G. & S Gillis based in Yorkshire run an online coin shop, selling direct from the website www.gilliscoins.com. Milled and hammered coins for sale from A. G. & S Gillis such as the Florin, and Crown are listed on Coin Hunter. Established in 1996 A. G. & S Gillis has been trading for 22 years.

A. G. & S Gillis
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Location Yorkshire
Shop Address N/A
Contact Address 59 Roy Kilner Road, Wombwell, Barnsley, Yorkshire, S73 8DY
Phone 01226 750371
Contact Form / Email email [at] gilliscoins.com
Coins for sale listed online Yes
Website A. G. & S Gillis
www.gilliscoins.com
Discount Codes No
Buys Coins Yes

If you live near Yorkshire and wish to sell your coin collection, A. G. & S Gillis are interested in buying coins and can be contacted by email or by phone.

A. G. & S Gillis have about 316 milled and hammered coins for sale from William I (1066-1087) to 2005.

A small selection of the silver coins currently available from A. G. & S Gillis are shown below. To see more visit the A. G. & S Gillis website or use the Coin Hunter Coin Finder to search and filter available coins.


Penny. Third or Florin coinage (1344-51). London. Class 2. reverse I. Spink # 1544. North 1114.
£55.00
A. G. & S Gillis
EDWARD III. Circa 1335-1344. Demi Sterling of the Duchy of Aquitaine. EDWARD (leopard) REX ANGL. Crowned bust, three-quarters to the left. DVX AQVITANIE. Long cross with crown in each angle. 0.5g. Elias, The Anglo-Gallic Coins, No. 57. 15mm. Some small perforations at 12 o'clock.
£95.00
A. G. & S Gillis
Contemporary Forgery. 15th Century. Silver Penny. A contemporary forgery of a late medieval English penny. The reign of the prototype is probably Edward IV, as the obverse legend appears to begin with the letter E. This coin is UKDFD 34908. Another example, struck from the same obverse die, is recorded as UKDFD 5599. With two adjoining parts of the obverse legend now known, it would appear to be completely fictitious, ending ...OANTIBIBV. 0.5 grams. 14 mm. See also PAS ESS-9DD977 and BNJ 75 (2005), Coin Register, No. 257. Unusual, rare and interesting.
£85.00
A. G. & S Gillis
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