Historically coins have always been very lacking in colour, being made of a single piece of metal. The things they depict though; the faces, plants, heraldry, swords, ships, crowns, horses etc, are all actually very colourful in real life. Coins are therefore the ideal candidate to add colour to. Use this book to create realistic life-like coloured works of art, or go wild with them and colour them in your own fantastic style. Most of them have been waiting for centuries just for you to add a bit of colour!
Not available as an eBook, you have to physically colour it in, however, here is a free PDF bonus page to print out and colour-in.
Containing some basic coin images, some intermediate and also some very intricate ones. Each coin is accompanied by a short paragraph of information.
Coin images included:
King Tasciovanus, Celtic Stater (both sides)
King William I, Penny (both sides)
King Edward IV, Ryal (both sides)
King Henry VII, Sovereign (both sides)
King Edward VI, Crown (both sides)
Queen Mary, Sovereign (both sides)
Queen Mary and Philip, Shilling (both sides)
Elizabeth I, Sixpence (both sides)
Elizabeth I, Crown (both sides)
James I, Rose-Ryal (both sides)
Charles I, Triple Unite (both sides)
Charles I, Crown (both sides)
King William & Queen Mary, Two Guineas (both sides)
Queen Anne, Five Guineas (both sides)
Queen Victoria, Gothic Crown (both sides)
King Edward VII, Florin (reverse)
King George V, Wreath Crown (reverse)
King George V, Shilling (reverse)
King George VI, Halfpenny (reverse)
Queen Elizabeth II, Florin (reverse). DOWNLOAD PDF ONLY, not in the printed book.
Queen Elizabeth II, Kew Gardens 50p (reverse)
Queen Elizabeth II, New Pound Coin (reverse)
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