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We are based in Port Elizabeth

If you have any items you would like to sell, drop us an email via our contact us page and we will come to you in the Port Elizabeth & Surrounding areas.
OLD COINS THAT WE BUY & SELL

We buy almost all old silver coins from South Africa & International coins and a few bronze coins which includes Pennies, Half Pennies & Farthings.

We have compiled a list of the most common countries and dates on the coins that we buy, should you have coins from other countries please send us a list of the coins you have via our contact us page, we will look into the coins and email you an obligation free valuation.

We also buy most tokens from around the world, please note that this excludes casino, play land, gaming & betting tokens unless they are very old ( 1920's and earlier ).

Below is a table with the most common coins from South Africa, included is our price we pay, please note that the pricing on the high value scarce coins is subject to the coin(s) condition, the rest of the coins is bought as is, bent or not!


OLD SA COINS     GOLD COINS     INTERNATIONAL COINS     PROOF SETS


HAVE COINS NOT LISTED HERE?

If you have coins that is not listed here, send us a list of the coins via our contact us page and we will give a quote on your coins.
UNC & PROOF SETS

We also buy all proof coin sets & uncirculated coin sets.
 


HERE FOLLOWS A LIST OF ALL THE SOUTH AFRICAN COINS THAT WE BUY
 

THE FOLLOWING COINS WAS MINTED & USED BETWEEN 1892 - 1902

PAUL KRUGER ERA COINS

These coins were struck while the first recognised president of the Z.A.R  ( Paul Kruger ) was in office in Pretoria. These coins hold special interest to collectors and due to the fact that some of the coins are very scarce.

Minted during 1892 to 1898 until the Boer War broke out between the Boers and the English, minting halted after Pretoria was taken over by the British empire.

Paul Kruger gave the order to evacuate Pretoria and took the remaining gold in the mint. In Pilgrims Rest, the 'Veld pond' was minted in 1902 using a hand made press in the veld, thus the name 'veld pond'
     
ZAR PENNY ( 1D )

ZAR TICKEY ( 3D )

ZAR SIX PENCE ( 6D )

1892 - R100.00
1893 - R250.00
1894 - R125.00
1895 - R200.00
1896 - None Minted
1897 - None Minted
1898 - R50.00
 
1892 - R40.00
1893 - R50.00
1894 - R40.00
1895 - R50.00
1896 - R25.00
1897 - R25.00
1898 - R25.00
 
1892 - R50.00
1893 - R60.00
1894 - R50.00
1895 - R60.00
1896 - R30.00
1897 - R30.00
1898 - R30.00
 
ZAR SHILLING ( 1S )

ZAR 2 SHILLING ( 2S )

ZAR HALF CROWN ( 2.5S )

1892 - R60.00
1893 - R90.00
1894 - R60.00
1895 - R90.00
1896 - R50.00
1897 - R50.00
1898 - R50.00
 
1892 - R100.00
1893 - R150.00
1894 - R100.00
1895 - R150.00
1896 - R80.00
1897 - R80.00
1898 - R80.00
 
1892 - R120.00
1893 - R200.00
1894 - R120.00
1895 - R200.00
1896 - R100.00
1897 - R100.00
1898 - R100.00
 
ZAR 5 SHILLING ( 5S )

   
1892 - Single Shaft - R800.00
1892 - Double Shaft - R1400.00
 
   

THE FOLLOWING COINS WAS MINTED & USED BETWEEN 1923 - 1960

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA COINS

These coins were the first coins struck in the South African Union from the Pretoria mint which opened in 1923, coins were minted under the union until 1960, there after South Africa became a Republic and broke away from British rule and influence.

The most notable coin in this series is the 1931 Tickey, of which only 128 was minted and therefore a very scarce coin indeed. Other scarce coins include most of the 1931 silver coins, the 1926 Farthing, the 1939 shilling & six pence and the 1959 five shilling.

     
FARTHING ( 1/4D )

HALF PENNY ( 1/2D )

PENNY ( 1D )

1923 - 1960 - R0.25
1926 - R15,000.00
1936 - R15,000.00
   
1923 - 1960 - R0.40
   
   
   
1923 - 1960 - R0.75
   
   
   
TICKEY ( 3D )

SIX PENCE ( 6D )

SHILLING ( 1S )

1923 - 1960 - R2.50
1925 - R25.00
1931 - R30,000.00
   
1923 - 1960 - R5.00
1931 - R500.00
1939 - R15000.00
   
1923 - 1960 - R12.00
1931 - R750.00
1939 - R15000.00
   
2 SHILLING ( 2S )

HALF CROWN ( 2.5S )

5 SHILLING ( 5S )

1923 - 1960 - R20.00
1931 - R1,000.00
   
   
1923 - 1960 - R25.00
1931 - R1,200.00
   
   
1947 - 1950 - R80.00
1951 - 1960 - R50.00
1959 - R1500.00
   
THE FOLLOWING COINS WAS MINTED & USED BETWEEN 1961 - 1964
FIRST DECIMAL COINS IN SOUTH AFRICA

These coins were struck from 1961 to 1964 in the first government of the Republic of South Africa, when the prices of precious metals hit record highs, the government decided to start minting coins in nickel, this process was started in 1965 with the second decimal coins, silver and gold was not the standard followed anymore.

Millions of Silver one rand coins was still minted from 1965 to 1969. The Afrikaans ( SUID AFRIKA ) 1965 one rand coin is scarce and we pay up to R4000.00 for that coin.
     
HALF CENT

ONE CENT

TWO AND A HALF CENT ( 2.5c )


1961 - 1964 - R0.25
   
1961 - 1964 - R0.40
   
1961 - 1964 - R2.50
   
FIVE CENT ( 5c )

TEN CENT ( 10c )

TWENTY CENT ( 20c )

1961 - 1964 - R5.00
   
1961 - 1964 - R12.00
   
1961 - 1964 - R20.00
   

FIFTY CENT ( 50c )

ONE RAND

 
1961 - 1964 - R50.00
   
1965 - 1969 - R35.00
1965 AFR - R4,000.00