2018 Bram Stoker’s Dracula €15 silver proof coin (Limited edition, boxed)

Irish Coin Daily: 2018 €15 silver Commemorative Proof (Bram Stoker & Dracula)

  Date: 2018 Issued by: The Central Bank of Ireland Issue Date: 26th October 2018 Coin launched by Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Sharon Donnery at Glasnevin Cemetery where she presented the coin to the Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe Ms Donnery said: “Bram Stoker created one of the most iconic characters…

2018 Centenary of Women’s Suffrage €15 silver proof.

Irish Coin Daily: 2018 €15 silver Commemorative Proof (Centenary of Women’s Suffrage)

  Date: 2018 Issued by: The Central Bank of Ireland Issue Date: 27th November 2018 Coin launched by Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Sharon Donnery at Leinster House, Dublin. She said: “The Central Bank is honoured to launch this coin to commemorate this momentous event in Irish history, when Irish women won…

Gold Ring Money - Penannular ring, thick-walled hollow gold cylinder with ridged decoration at each end, carefully formed into an annular ring with small opening. 3.74g. Late Bronze Age, 700-500 BC

Irish Coin Daily: Gold Ring Money – Penannular ring, thick-walled hollow gold cylinder with ridged decoration at each end

Date: c. 700 – 500 BC Description: Gold Ring Money – Penannular ring, thick-walled hollow gold cylinder with ridged decoration at each end, carefully formed into an annular ring with small opening. Weight: 3.74 g Diameter: 24.02 mm Late Bronze Age, 700-500 BC ? Ex Michael Nellist collection Formerly in the Simon Camm collection Formerly…

Elizabeth I, 2nd Irish Coinage (fine silver) Groat, dated 1561. Crowned bust to left / Three Harps posed on crowned shield, date either side

Irish Coin Daily: Elizabeth I, 2nd Irish Coinage (fine silver, 1561) Groat, dated 1561

Date: 1561 Description: Elizabeth I, 2nd Irish Coinage (fine silver) Groat, dated 1561. Crowned bust to left / Three Harps posed on crowned shield, date either side. Mintmark: Harp (Dublin mint). Obverse legend reads “RE” (instead of REG) Weight: 1.45 g Fine Silver: 0.916 fine References: D&F 251; S. 6506 Well struck on a broad…

Gold Ring Money - Small penannular ring consisting of gold foil, inlaid with electrum, wrapped around a copper alloy core

Irish Coin Daily: Gold Ring Money – Small penannular ring consisting of gold foil, inlaid with electrum, wrapped around a copper alloy core

Date: c. 1100 BC – 800/700 BC Description: Gold Ring Money – Small penannular ring consisting of gold foil, inlaid with electrum (a naturally-occurring alloy of gold and silver) wrapped around a copper alloy core. The inlay gives the ring a ‘banded’ appearance, though this has largely been worn away on the outside of the…

Gold Ring Money - Plain type, double band 7.88g

Irish Coin Daily: Gold Ring Money – Penannular (Plain type), double band of gold

Date: c. 1100 BC – 800/700 BC Description: Gold Ring Money – Plain type, double band, square cut at terminals Weight: 7.88g 12 mm. x 11 mm. by 7 mm. wide Dating Gold Ring Money: There is still much debate as to whether or not Gold Ring Money was actually used as money or not.…

Elizabeth I, 2nd Irish Coinage (fine silver, 1561) Shilling, dated 1561. Crowned bust to left / Three Harps posed on crowned shield

Irish Coin Daily: Elizabeth I, 2nd Irish Coinage (fine silver, 1561) Shilling, dated 1561

Date: 1561 Description: Elizabeth I, 2nd Irish Coinage (fine silver) Shilling, dated 1561. Crowned bust to left / Three Harps posed on crowned shield, date either side. Mintmark: Harp (Dublin mint). Diameter: 29 mm Weight: 4.65 g Fine Silver: 0.916 fine References: D&F 248;  S. 6505 Well struck on a broad flan and with good legends.…