New-for-2014 collector’s items & spectacular gifts join our range of coins.
For decades, award-winning Isle of Man coins have brought delight to collectors and enthusiasts, and the unique designs unveiled in 2014, from Winter Olympics to rare cats, continues that tradition with more exclusive collectables.
The proud tradition of bringing collectors worldwide the finest numismatic pieces continues with the unique designs issued for 2014.
The Isle of Man has produced a wide range of innovative and award-winning coins over the decades to commemorate important historic moments, celebrate great events and pay tribute to heroes.
They are important collector's items, as well as affordable gift ideas, provided in a range of wallets and boxes, and with free worldwide delivery.
The 2014 collection includes a set of four crowns marking the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, each featuring a different winter sport, and the latest addition to the long-running Isle of Man Cat coin collection, featuring the rarer Snowshoe Cat.
For more than 25 years, Pobjoy Mint has been striking coins for the Isle of Man Treasury, chiefly in cupro-nickel with some precious metal issues produced in silver, gold and platinum. All proof collectors coins are struck four times to achieve the sharpest possible impression, then submitted to a microscopic inspection to ensure that only coins of the highest quality are encapsulated and boxed, along with their Certificates of Authenticity, before being supplied to discerning collectors
An effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Lord of Mann sculpted by Ian Rank-Broadley appears on all Isle of Man coins.
Product Code: TT43
Product Issue Date: 16th April 2014
Limited to just 1,000, this highly sought-after collection features stamps and a coin celebrating the Isle of Man TT legend John McGuinness, as well as a signed Special Commemorative Cover, a wealth of photos and the full story of his first 20 TT wins.
Product Code: AG84
This beautiful new coin celebrates the 200th anniversary of Captain Matthew Flinders, the English navigator and cartographer who was the first to circumnavigate Australia and to identify it as a continent. This special coin shows HMS Investigator and a map of Australia surrounded by iconic images that represent the country.