NEW GOLD AND SILVER COINS
Explore our extensive coin collectionVIEW ALL COINS
Guinea and Sovereign Bicentennial Proof Set$3,073.00 Add to cart
The 2017 One Guinea Gold Proof Coin$973.00 Add to cart
2016 Guinea 5oz Silver Proof Coin$553.00 Add to cart
2016 Guinea 1oz Silver Proof Coin – SOLD OUT$117.60 Read more
2016 Guinea Gold Proof Five Coin Set$5,899.00 Read more
Nine-coin set has mintage limited to 500 pieces each.
Set of Proof gold coins issued in the name of St. Helena that tell the story of the British empire and the historic company hand in hand.
“The new 12-sided pound coin continues the evolution of what is regarded by many as the world’s oldest living currency. Using new technology to improve the security of a coin is at the very heart of the Guinea story.”…Learn More
The East India Company, London is pleased to announce the unveiling of their most recent gold coins: The Guinea Bicentenary Collection. A series of historically accurate and authentically crafted golden Guineas which pay special tribute to the coin that became the pride of Britain during an era which lasted from the Restoration of the Monarchy to the Napoleonic Wars.Learn More
THE EAST INDIA COMPANY AND ITS COINS
Four hundred years ago, the first voyage of The East India Company set sail. They raced the waves in their great ships to bring unimaginable treasures back home from distant lands captivating Kings and fashionable societies alike. In The Company’s next chapter, we bring together a setting where vibrancy, indulgence and inspiration is present for people to never stop discovering and never stop being surprised.
Much of The East India Company’s history has been captured in the immortal designs used in its coinage. These coins tell the story from a simple requirement to find a commodity with which to tempt its Eastern partners, a new coinage emerged, which eventually funded the very foundations of the British Empire. The Company was the largest bullion trader of its time.
Situated in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean, is a small British Island territory of unspoilt beauty - St Helena. From receiving a charter to govern the island by Oliver Cromwell in 1657, fortifying and colonising St Helena with planters, to holding Napoleon captive, until he died in 1821, St Helena played a vital role in the success of The East India Company.
Today, St Helena plays a significant role as the Issuing Authority for our most prestigious coins.