Isle of Man
 

 
The Isle of Man (Manx: Ellan Vannin), otherwise known simply as Mann (Manx: Mannin), is a self-governing British Crown Dependency, located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland. The head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who holds the title of Lord of Mann. The Lord of Mann is represented by a Lieutenant Governor, but its foreign relations and defense are the responsibility of the British Government. The official language of the Isle of Man is English, while Manx Gaelic has also had official status since 1985. Manx language has traditionally been spoken but is now considered "critically endangered". Isle of Man has an area of 572 km2 (221 sq mi). Capital: Douglas (Castletown to 1874). Motto: "Quocunque Jeceris Stabit" (Latin) ["Whithersoever you throw it, it will stand"].
 
               c.500's      Legendary Celtic kingdom Ynys Manau.
       c.582 - c.620        Ruled by the Dál Riata kingdom.
      c. 900 - 902          Fiefdom of Norse Kingdom of Dublin.
         917 - 978          Fiefdom of Norse Kingdom of Dublin.
 23 Apr 1014 - c.1079       Fiefdom of Norse Kingdom of Dublin.
               c.1079       Kingdom of Man and the Isles (including Inner and Outer
                             Hebrides, and Kintyre peninsula).
        1098 - 24 Aug 1103  Norwegian fiefdom.
        1156 - 1164         Inner Hebrides (Islay, Mull, Coll) and Kintyre part of
                             the Lordship of the Isles under Somerled.
               24 Nov 1265  Scottish fiefdom; confirmed by Treaty of Perth on
                             02 Jul 1266 (to Feb 1290, 12 Jun 1313 - Jul 1317, and
                             1328 - 08 Jun 1333)(the Hebrides and Kintyre peninsula
                             formally part of Scotland).
               08 Jun 1333  English fiefdom (previously Feb 1290 - 12 Jun 1313
                             and Jul 1317 - 1328).
                      1392  Sold to Sir William le Scrope, effective 03 Jun 1397
                             upon the death of Montague.
               13 Oct 1399  Forfeited to crown.
               19 Oct 1399  Granted to Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland.
               04 Oct 1405  Granted to Sir John de Stanley.
               24 Jun 1417  Tynwald holds first recorded session.
               29 Jul 1504  Lordship of the Isles of Man.
 16 Apr 1594 - 14 Feb 1609  Succession disputed by daughters of Ferdinando.
               14 Aug 1607  Leased to Earls of Northampton and Salisbury;
                             lease revoked by indenture on 18 Jun 1609.
               14 Feb 1609  Claims by daughters of Ferdinando settled by deed.
               28 Jun 1609  Leased to Earls of Salisbury and Suffolk for 21 yrs by
                             royal demise, retroactive to 29 Sep 1608
               07 Jul 1609  Granted to William Stanley Earl of Derby, effective 1612
                             by take-over.
               29 Sep 1649  Granted to Lord Fairfax by parliament (effective on
                             surrender 31 Oct 1651), proclaimed 23 Feb 1652.
 31 Oct 1651 - 08 May 1660  Under the Commonwealth of England.
               07 Mar 1765  Bought by U.K. for £70,000 (ratified 10 May 1765 by
                             Revesting Act, effective 17 May 1765 by payment).
               21 Jun 1765  British crown possession (take-over 11 Jul 1765).
               02 Jun 1828  Murray family's remaining manorial rights are purchased
                             by the crown.
 

 
 
  • Sennylt (exiled king of Galloway)...................early 500's followed by...
  • Neithon ap Sennylt and then...
  • Rhun ap Neithon
  • COEL
  • Mannanan.....................................................fl. c. 500's
  • Llywarch the Old (in South Rheged 570-575)..........c. 560 - c. 582 ?
  • He died in c. 595.
  • Ulster ?.....................................................early 580's ?
  • Dal Riada (The Scots)..................................582 - ?
  • Diwg.........................................................fl. c. 600's
  • Northumbria............................................620 - 633
  • Gwyar........................................................fl. c. 630's
  • Teigid.......................................................fl. c. 670's
  • Algwyn.......................................................fl. c. 700's
  • Sandde.......................................................fl. c. 730's
  • Elidyr.......................................................fl. c. 760's
  • Gwriad.......................................................fl. c. 800's
  • Mervyn the Freckled (Gwynedd 825-844)............... < 825 - c. 836 d. 844
  • VIKING KINGDOM
  • Godred MacFergus.................................fl. c. 836 - 853
  • Ketil Flatnose.......................................c. 853 - c. 866
  • Helgi Ketilsson......................................c. 866 - c. 870
  • Tryggvi.......................................................fl. c. 870
  • Asbjorn Skerjablesi...........................................d. c. 899
  • Dublin [Ivar II of Yngling dynasty]..................c. 900 - 902
  • He was the ruler of Dublin during 896-902.
  • Røgnvaldr (Raghnall ua Ímhair)..........................902 - 917 d. 921
  • Dublin..................................................917 - 978
    • Gebeachan..........................................917 - c. 937
    • Macragnall I..................................c. 937 ? - c. 942
    • Magnus MacHarald................................c. 972 - 977
  • Guthred I [Gudhfridhr Haraldsson].......................978 - 989
  • He is also known as Gofraidh mac Arailt.
  • Orkney [Sigurd II the Stout of Eysteinsson dynasty].....989 - c. 1000
  • He was the ruler of Orkney during c. 987-1014.
  • Ragnald [Røgnvaldr Gudhfridharson]......................989 - 1005
  • He is known as Rahnall mac Gofraidh.
  • Kenneth.......................................................fl. c. 1005
  • Orkney [Sigurd II the Stout of Eysteinsson dynasty].c. 1005 - 1014
    • Óláfr Gudhfridharson..............................1005 - 23 Apr 1014 with.
    • Brodir......................................fl. 1010's - 1014 with...
    • Ospak.......................................fl. 1010's - 1014
  • Sven......................................................... d. 1034
  • Dublin.................................................1014 - c. 1038
  • Ruler of Dublin: Sihtric III during 995-1035 and Margad during 1035-1038.
  • Orkney..............................................c. 1038 - 1065
  • Orkney rulers: Thorfinn II the Mighty during 1021-1064, Rognvald II during 1038-1046, Paul I during 1064-1098 and Erlend II during 1064-1098.
    • Margad MacRagnald.................................1052 - c. 1061 d. 1065
    • Murchaid MacDiarmit...............................1061 - 1070
  • Fingal.................................................1070 - 1079
  • CROVAN - Rex Manniae et Insularum ("King of Man and the Isles") 1079-1405.
  • Godred I [Gudhfridhr hvíthønd Haraldsson]..............1079 - 1094 d. 1095
  • He is also known as Gofraid crobh bhan mac meic Arailt and Godred "White Hand".
  • Lagman........................................................1094 d. 1111
  • Olav I........................................................1094
  • Donald [Domhnall mac Taidc Ua Briain]..................1094 - 1098 d.1115
  • He was also know as Domhnall mac Taidc.
  • Norway [Magnus III Barefoot of Yngling dynasty]........1098 - 24 Aug 1103
  • He was Norway ruler during 1093-1103.
  • Olav II the Red [Óláfr Gudhfridharson]..........24 Aug 1103 - 29 Jan 1153
  • He was also know as Amhlaíbh mac Gofraidh.
  • Godred II the Black [Gudhfridhr Óláfsson](1st)..29 Jun 1153 - 1158 d. 1187
  • He was also known as Gofraidh mac Amhlaíbh.
  • (MacDONALD) - These are ancestors to this clan, named as such after 1250.
  • Sumerled, Lord of Argyll...............................1158 - 1164
  • He is also known as Sumarlidhi Gillibrigtsson, mórmaer av Argyll and Somhairle mac Gilla Brighde. He was also Lord of the Isles during 1140-1164.
  • Ragnald the Usurper...........................................1164 d. c. 1210
  • CROVAN
  • Godred II the Black [Gudhfridhr Óláfsson](2nd time)....1164 - 10 Nov 1187
  • Ragnald I [Ragnvaldr Gudhfridharson]............10 Nov 1187 - 14 Feb 1229
  • He is also known as Raghnalt mac Gofraidh. He died on 14 Feb 1229.
  • Olav III the Black [Óláfr svarti Gudhfridharson].......1226 - 21 May 1237
  • He is also known as Amhlaíbh mac Gofraidh.
  • Godred III the Brown..........................................1230
  • Harald I [Haraldr Óláfsson].....................21 May 1237 - 06 May 1249
  • He is also known as Arailt mac Amhlaíbh.
  • Ragnald II [Røgnvaldr Óláfsson].................06 May 1249 - 30 May 1249
  • He is also known as Raghnalt mac Amhlaíbh.
  • Harald II [Haraldr Gudhfridharson]..............30 May 1249 - 1250
  • He is also known as Arailt mac Amhlaíbh.
  • Ivarr [John Dugaldsson]................................1250 - 1252
  • Magnús Óláfsson........................................1252 - 24 Nov 1265
  • The next 68 years saw a rapidly shifting series of take-overs as England and Scotland vied for supremacy on the Isle, as a part of the larger conflict between the two nations during the War of the Scottish Succession. Here is the sequence of changes in feudal authority:
  • Scotland........................................24 Nov 1265 - Feb 1290
  • England............................................Feb 1290 - 12 Jun 1313
  • Scotland........................................12 Jun 1313 - 20 Dec 1317
  • Thomas Randolph, Earl of Moray (1st time).......20 Dec 1313 - Jul 1317 d. 1332
  • England............................................Jul 1317 - 1328
  • Thomas Randolph, Earl of Moray (2nd time)..............1328 - 20 Jul 1332
  • Thomas Randolph II, Earl of Moray...............20 Jul 1332 - 11 Aug 1332
  • John Randolph, Earl of Moray (1st time).........11 Aug 1332 - 08 Jun 1333
  • He died in 1346.
  • England.........................................08 Jun 1333 - 09 Aug 1333
  • In 1333 England achieved permanent control over the island. In that year, King Edward III invested local feudal authority to the Montague family. The Isle of Man had never surrendered its local traditions, including the regality invested in the leadership of the island, and thus the Montagues and their successors were granted the style "King of the Isles of Man". Here is a list of these later monarchs remembered as such because they were recognized as such by the English Crown, and because they form a succession of the last petty kingdom in Britain to survive into near modern times.
  • John Randolph, Earl of Moray (2nd time)........09 Aug 1333 - 29 Sep 1333
  • MONTAGUE
  • William I de Montacute (Earl of Salisbury).....29 Sep 1333 - 30 Jan 1334
  • He became Earl of Salisbury from 16 Mar 1337.
  • William II Montague (Earl of Salisbury)........30 Jan 1344 - 03 Jun 1397
  • LeSCROPE
  • William III....................................03 Jun 1397 - 13 Oct 1399
  • From 29 Sep 1397, he was known as Earl of Wiltshire. Vacant from 13 to 19 Oct 1399.
  • PERCY
  • Henry I (Earl of Northumberland)...............19 Oct 1399 - 10 Aug 1405
  • He died in 1408. Vacant from 10 Aug to 04 Oct 1405.
  • STANLEY - Dominus Manniae et Insularum ("Lords of Man and the Isles").
  • John I.........................................04 Oct 1405 - 06 Jan 1414
  • John II........................................06 Jan 1414 - 27 Nov 1437
  • Thomas I (Lord Stanley from 15 Jan 1456).......27 Nov 1437 - 20 Feb 1459
  • Thomas II (Earl of Derby from 27 Oct 1485).....20 Feb 1459 - 29 Jul 1504
  • Title of "King" of Man relinquished (but not forgotten) 1504; "Lords" of Man thereafter...
  • Thomas III (Earl of Derby).....................29 Jul 1504 - 23 May 1521
  • Edward (Earl of Derby).........................23 May 1521 - 24 Oct 1572
  • Henry II (Earl of Derby).......................24 Oct 1572 - 25 Sep 1593
  • Fernando [Ferdinando] (Earl of Derby)..........25 Sep 1593 - 16 Apr 1594
  • Confiscation to the Crown - Disputed by daughters of Ferdinando during 16 Apr 1594 - 29 Sep 1607.
  • Henry Howard (Earl of Northampton).............29 Sep 1607 - 29 Sep 1608
  • He died in 1614.
  • Robert Cecil (Earl of Salisbury)...............29 Sep 1607 - 1612
  • Thomas Howard (Earl of Suffolk)................29 Sep 1608 - 1612 d. 1626
  • William IV (Earl of Derby)............................1612 - 11 Aug 1627 d.1642
  • Elizabeth de Vere (fem. - Regent - Countess of Derby).1612 - 10 Mar 1627
  • James I (Earl of Derby)........................11 Aug 1627 - 15 Oct 1651
  • He fled on 15 Aug 1651, captured on 03 Sep 1651 and later died in the same year.
  • Charlotte de la Trémoille (fem. - acting)......15 Aug 1651 - 15 Oct 1651
  • She was acting for absent James I and died in 1664.
  • Charles Stanley (Earl of Derby) (1st time).....15 Oct 1651 - 31 Oct 1651
  • Charlotte de la Trémoille (fem. - acting)......15 Oct 1651 - 31 Oct 1651
  • She was acting for absent Charles. Vacant: 31 Oct 1651 - 23 Feb 1652.
  • COMMONWEALTH and PROTECTORATE - Puritan Governor
  • Thomas Fairfax, Lord Fairfax...................23 Feb 1651 - 29 May 1660
  • STANLEY
  • Charles (Earl of Derby) (2nd time).............29 May 1660 - 21 Dec 1672
  • William V (Earl of Derby)......................21 Dec 1672 - 05 Nov 1702
    • Regents
    • Dorothea Helena van den Kerchhove (fem.)..21 Dec 1672 - 06 Apr 1673
    • James Butler, Duke of Ormonde.............06 Apr 1673 - 16 Mar 1676 d.1688
  • James II (Earl of Derby).......................05 Nov 1702 - 01 Feb 1736
  • MURRAY
  • James III (Duke of Atholl).....................01 Feb 1736 - 08 Jan 1764
  • Charlotte Murray (Baroness Strange) (fem.).....08 Jan 1764 - 11 Jul 1765 d.1805
  • Charlotte Murray, Duchess of Atholl, the 8th Baroness Strange (13 October 1731 – 13 October 1805) was a Scottish peeress. Born Lady Charlotte Murray, she was the daughter of the 2nd Duke of Atholl. On 23 October 1753, she married her first cousin, John Murray at Dunkeld, Scotland. They had nine children. On 8 January 1764, Charlotte's father died. Her husband, John, should have been heir to the dukedom, which was only able to descend through the male line; but he was ineligible since his father had fought in the Jacobite Rising and consequently been attainted in the blood. Charlotte, however, had succeeded to her father's title of Baron Strange (which could descend through the female line) and consequently held a higher position in society than her husband. The duchess died on her 74th birthday in 1805 at Barochey House, near Glasgow, and was buried at Dunkeld.
  • John III (Duke of Atholl)......................08 Jan 1764 - 11 Jul 1765 d.1774
  • John 3rd Duke of Atholl, died on 05th November 1774, aged 45, after drowning himself in the River Tay in a fit of delirium and was buried at Dunkeld.
  • United Kingdom.................................11 Jul 1765 - date
  • In 1765, John Murray was successfully pressured by the government into accepting a large cash payment in return for surrendering his title to the Crown, and transferring authority on the island to direct control by Great Britain. Charlotte Murray inherited the sovereignty of the Isle of Man from her father on his death but sold it to the British government in 1765 for £70,000 and an annuity of £2,000 per year (£5,235,000 and £150,000 respectively, in early-2000s). This was done because the British government was finding the island's thriving smuggler's trade between Britain and Ireland, and the subsequent loss of considerable revenue, intolerable. Thus ended the semi-independent Kingdom of Man. Even so, the Isle of Man to this day retains considerable local autonomy, and British law enacted in London is not considered binding on the island unless the island is specifically named in the Act. Local authority is vested in a legislature, the House of Keys, one of the oldest legislative bodies still in existence.
 
Monetary standard: British Pound = 20 British Shilling = 280 Manx pence.
 
James II Stanley, Earl of Derby coinage (1709 and 1733)
 

KM#3 ½ Penny. Year: 1733. Weight: 6.04g. Metal: Copper. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 23.50 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: "SANS · CHANGER" (Without changing) written in French at the top. Eagle and child on Cap of maintenance (Stanley crest). Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Triskeles divide "I", "D" and "½" in the center. "QUOCUNQUE • IECERIS • STABIT •" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin around it. Mintage: 96,000. Minted Years: One year type.

Note: Engraver initials ID between Triskeles is for: Iacobus Darbiensis. This coin also exits as

  • KM#3a in Bronze (Mintage: 60,000).
  • KM#3b.1 in Bath Metal having Plain cap of maintenance (Mintage: 60,000).
  • KM#3b.2 in Bath Metal having Plain cap of maintenance (Mintage: including KM#3b.1).
  • KM#4b.1 in Silver having Plain cap of maintenance (Mintage: N/A).
  • KM#4b.2 in Bath Metal having Plain cap of maintenance (Mintage: N/A).

KM#5a Penny. Year: 1733. Weight: 8.91g. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 28.00 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: "SANS · CHANGER" (Without changing) written in French at the top. Eagle and child on Cap of maintenance (Stanley crest). Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Triskeles divide "I", "D" and "J" in the center. "QUOCUNQUE • IECERIS • STABIT •" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin around it. Mintage: 60,000. Minted Years: One year type.

Note: Engraver initials ID between Triskeles is for: Iacobus Darbiensis. This coin also exits as

  • KM#5 in Copper (Mintage: 72,000).
  • KM#3b in Bath Metal (Mintage: 60,000).
  • KM#3c in Bath Metal (Mintage: N/A).
  • KM#5b.1 in Silver having Plain cap of maintenance (Mintage: N/A).
  • KM#5b.2 in Bath Metal having Plain cap of maintenance (Mintage: N/A).
 
James III Murray, Duke of Atholl coinage (1758)
 

KM#6 ½ Penny. Year: 1758. Weight: 5.34g. Metal: Copper. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.00 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: Crowned DA monogram in the center. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles in the center. "QUOCUNQUE • IECERIS • STABIT •" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin around it. Mintage: 72,000. Minted Years: One year type.
 
 
George III coinage (1786, 1798 and 1813)
 

KM#8 ½ Penny. Year: 1786. Weight: 8.01g. Metal: Copper. Edge: Engrailed (Grained right). Diameter: 26.50 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: George III portrait facing right in the center. "GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA ." written around the portrait. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles in the center. "QUOCUNQUE IECERIS • STABIT" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin around it. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engraver: Lewis Pingo.
Note: This coin also exists with Plain edge in copper. Both engrailed and plain edge copper are also found in Proofs. Bronze Proof coin is also reported as KM#8a.

KM#9.1 Penny. Year: 1786. Weight: 15.81g. Metal: Copper. Edge: Engrailed (Grained right). Diameter: 33.50 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: George III portrait facing right in the center. "GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA ." written around the portrait. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles in the center. "QUOCUNQUE IECERIS • STABIT" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin around it. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engraver: Lewis Pingo.

Note: KM#9.2 Penny Copper with plain edge exits. It has three laurel leaves point to left of numerals III.

KM#10 ½ Penny. Year: 1798. Weight: 10.74g. Metal: Copper. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 27.00 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: George III portrait facing right in the center. "GEORGIUS III • D:G • REX •" written around the portrait. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles in the center. "QUOCUNQUE IECERIS STABIT" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin around it. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engraver: Conrad Heinrich Küchler.
Note: This coin also exits in Proof. KM#10a as Proof in Copper Gilt and KM#10b as Proof in Bronze for both 1798 and 1813 years.

Same as KM#10 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1813. Weight: 10.21g. Mintage: N/A.

Note: This coin has "V" instead of "U" in legend "GEORGIVS" from the above coin, therefore should be listed separately.

 
Bank Token Coinage (1811, 1815, 1830 and 1831)
 

KM#Tn21 ½ Penny. Year: 1831. Weight: 8.27g. Metal: Copper. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: N/A. Obverse: "HALF PENNY TOKEN" written in the center. "PRO BONO PUBLICO" written outside the center circle. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles in the center. "QUOCUNQUE • IECERIS • STABIT •" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin written outside center circle. Knee points to "B" in "STABIT". Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type.
Note: This coin has the following other two varieties.
  • KM#Tn21a Knee points between "A" and "B" in "STABIT".
  • KM#Tn21b Knee points to "A" in "STABIT"
 
Victoria coinage (1839, 1841, 1859, 1860 and 1864)
 

KM#12 Farthing. Year: 1839. Weight: 4.73g [5.00g]. Metal: Copper. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 21.70 mm. Alignment: Coin. Mint: N/A. Obverse: Queen Victoria portrait facing left in the center. "VICTORIA DEI GRATIA" written around the upper section of the portrait. Date at the bottom.

Reverse: Triskeles in the center. "QUOCUNQUE IECERIS STABIT" (wherever, you throw it, it will stand) written in Latin written around it. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1839 (also in Proof), 1841 (only in Proof), 1860 (only in Proof) and 1864 (only in Proof). Engraver: William Wyon.

Note: This coin also exits as KM#12a as Proof in Copper Gilt in year 1839 and 1860.

 
 
Monetary standard: Manx Pound (IMP) = 100 pence (1 Crown = 25 pence). British Pound (GBP) coins and banknotes are also used.
CROWN coins were issued in Copper-Nickel and Silver since 1970 with some of them were also issued in Silver-Clad Copper-Nickel, Gold, Platinum and Palladium. Smaller Crown denominations in Gold and Platinum were issued since 1987. 5 Crowns coin in 155.5175 g., 0.9990 Silver and 10 Crowns coin in 311.0350 g., 0.9990 Silver were also produced since 1987. 2 Crowns (62.2000 g., 0.9990 Palladium) in 2004, 5 Crowns (155.5175 g., 0.9999 Gold) during 2001-2004, 64 Crowns (2000.0000 g., 0.9990 Silver) in 2004, 100 Crowns (3000.0000 g., 0.9999 Silver) in 2002 and 130 Crowns (4000.0000 g., 0.9990 Silver) in 2003. 
SILVER BULLION ANGEL coinage were only issue in 1995 as 1 Angel  of 1 ounce (31.1035 g), 0.9999 Silver and 5 Angels of 5 ounce (155.5150 g), 0.9999 Silver.
GOLD BULLION ANGEL coinage were issued in Gold 1 ounce with small denominations as 1/20, 1/10. 1/4, 1/2 since 1984. 5 Angels (169.6680 g., 0.9170 Gold), 10 Angels (339.3350 g., 0.9170 Gold) were produced during 1985-1987. 15 Angels (508.9575 g., 0.9170 Gold) were produced in 1987-1988. 20 Angels (678.6720 g., 0.9170 Gold) were produced only in 1988 and 25 Angels (848.2750 g., 0.9170 Gold) were produced only in 1989.
GOLD BULLION SOVEREIGN coinage were issued in rectangular form/ 1/5 Sovereign is equal to 1.00g 0.9999 Gold. Other values of 1/2  Sovereign (2.50g, 0.9999 Gold), 3/4 Sovereign (3.50g, 0.9999 Gold), Sovereign (5.00g, 0.9999 Gold), 2 Sovereign (10.00g, 0.9999 Gold) and 5 Sovereign (31.1035 g., 0.9999 Gold) were all issued only in 1999.
GOLD BULLION PLATINA coinage were issued in white gold only in 1999. 1/25 Platina (1.2447 g, 0.7500 White Gold), 1/10 Platina (3.1103 g., 0.7500 White Gold), 1/5 Platina (6.2200 g., 0.7500 White Gold) and 1/2 Platina (15.5517 g., 0.7500 White Gold).
GOLD & PLATINUM BIMETALLIC BULLION coins were produced only in 1995. 1/4 Angel (Ring weight: 3.8880 g. Ring: 0.9995 Platinum. Center weight: 3.8880 g. Center: 0.9999 Gold) and 1/4 Nobel (Bi-Metallic Platinum center; Gold ring, 22 mm).
PLATINUM BULLION NOBEL coinage were produced during 1984-1994. 1/20 Nobel (1.5551 g., 0.9995 Platinum), 1/10 Nobel (3.1100 g., 0.9995 Platinum), 1/4 Nobel (7.7757 g., 0.9995 Platinum), 1/2 Nobel (15.5514 g., 0.9995 Platinum), Nobel (31.1030 g., 0.9995 Platinum), 5 Nobel (155.5140 g., 0.9995 Platinum) and 10 Nobel (311.0280 g., 0.9995 Platinum).
TRADE COINAGE ECU coins were produced during 1994-1995. 15 ECUS (10.00 g., 0.925 Silver), 25 ECUS (19.20 g., 0.925 Silver) and 75 ECUS (6.22 g., 0.9990 Gold).
TRADE COINAGE EURO coins were produced during 1996-1998. 10 EURO (10.00 g., 0.925 Silver), 15 EURO (19.20 g., 0.925 Silver) and 50 EURO (6.22 g., 0.9999 Gold).
 
The first Manx coinage was issued privately in 1668 by John Murrey, a Douglas merchant, consisting of pennies equal to their English counterparts. The 'Murrey Pennies' of 1668 were the first to depict the 'triskeles' symbol and the Island motto "Quocunque Gesseris Stabit" (sic), both of which would continue to feature on Manx coinage until the present day (the motto was corrected to "Quocunque Jeceris Stabit" in the early 18th Century). These 'Murrey Pennies' were made legal tender by order in 1679, when the Court of Tynwald outlawed the unofficial private coinage that had been circulating prior to and alongside John Murrey's pennies (English coinage was also allowed by this Act). Due to the difficulty of maintaining the supply of coins on the island, in 1692, the value of the Manx coinage was decreased, with English crowns circulating at 5 shillings 4 pence, half crowns at 2 shillings 8 pence and guineas at 22 shillings. At this time, Tynwald also forbade the removal of money from the island, in an attempt to maintain supply. In 1696, a further devaluation occurred, with all English silver and gold coins valued at 14 pence for every shilling. Between 1696 and 1840, Manx copper coins circulated alongside first English, and later British silver and gold coins at the rate of 14 pence to 1 shilling. As in England, there were 20 shillings to the pound. Thus, after 1696, £100 sterling was worth £116 13s 4d Manx. In 1708, the Isle of Man Government approached the Royal Mint, and requested that coinage be issued for the island. The then Master of the Mint, Sir Isaac Newton, refused. As a result, the first Government issue of coins on Man took place in 1709. In 1709, pennies (£300 in total) and halfpennies (£200 in total) were introduced. This coinage was made legal tender on 24 June 1710. In 1733 Tynwald took the opportunity to prohibit the circulation of any 'base' (not silver or gold) coinage other than that issued by the Government. An additional issue of these coins occurred in 1733 (£250 in pennies, £150 in halfpennies). These issues of coins have the crest of the Stanley family, Lords of Mann, on the obverse (an eagle and child on a cap), together with the Stanley family motto, "Sans Changer". The 1709 issue was a poor quality casting produced in England; the 1733 issue was a higher-quality struck coin produced in Castletown. An updated issue of Manx coinage was produced in 1758, totalling £400. It replaced the crest of the Stanley family with a depiction of the Ducal coronet of the Duke of Atholl above the monogram letters A.D. (for the Latin, Atholl Dux). In 1786, a new design of coinage was issued, with the head of King George III (now the Lord of Mann) and the English state motto on the obverse and the triskeles and Manx motto on the reverse. The standard Lewis Pingo portrait of the King was used, the same as on the British coinage, which showed the King with a laurel wreath instead of a crown. Further issues occurred in 1798 and 1813. As with the previous coins, they were the same size and material (copper) as the English coins and would easily pass for them, however as Manx pennies were 14 to the shilling they were worth less than their English counterparts. Because of the similarity between Manx and British coins, it was profitable to change shillings to Manx coinage and export them to Great Britain, making a profit of £2 for every £12 in Manx coinage so transferred. This happened on such a scale that by 1830 the island was almost totally deprived of copper coinage. In an attempt to resolve this problem, a proposal was introduced to abandon the separate Manx coinage in favour of British coins. This was rejected by the House of Keys in 1834 but they were overruled by the British Government in 1839. An Act was passed declaring that "... the currency of Great Britain shall be and become, and is hereby declared to be, the currency of the Isle of Man", and this remains Manx law to this day. There was resentment on Man to this change, with some islanders feeling defrauded, and serious rioting took place in Douglas and Peel. These were known as the 'Copper Row' riots, and were put down by the Manx militia.
In 1839, following the revaluation to 12 pence per shilling, the Royal Mint issued copper farthings, halfpennies and pennies which were similar to the previous designs but updated with the head of Queen Victoria. The Royal Mint issued a total of £1,000 in copper coins. Following an Act in 1840, these were valued at 12 pence to the shilling. All coins issued before 1839 were declared by this law to no longer be 'current' and were recalled by the Board of Customs and exchanged by the Royal Mint at their original nominal value for the new coinage. After 1839, no further Manx coins were issued, and they gradually became scarce and were replaced in general circulation on the island by the coinage of the United Kingdom. They did not cease to be legal coinage on Man until decimalisation in 1971. Banknotes had been privately issued for the island since 1865. These were the last coins issued for the Isle of Man until 1971. In 1971 the United Kingdom moved to a decimal currency with the pound subdivided into 100 pence. The Isle of Man Government, having issued its own banknotes for ten years, took the opportunity to approach the Royal Mint and request its own versions of the decimal coins, which were introduced in 1971. In 1971, ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 50 new pence coins were introduced. All had the same composition and size as the corresponding British coins. From 1972 onwards, production of the coinage and commemorative crowns was transferred from the Royal Mint to Pobjoy Mint. The word "new" was removed from the coins in 1976. A one pound coin was introduced in 1978, five years before a similar coin was issued in the UK. A 20 pence coin was introduced alongside its UK counterpart in 1982. Similarly, a bimetallic 2 pound coin was introduced alongside the UK version in 1998. The obverse of Manx coins bears the same portrait of Elizabeth II as UK coins, with the words ISLE OF MAN to the left. Unlike the UK equivalent, the Manx one pound coin does not bear an edge inscription; instead, the edges are partly milled and partly plain in alternating bands.
 
Elizabeth II coinage (1965-date)
 
1970
 

KM#18 One Crown. Year: 1970. Weight: 28.05g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the top. Manx cat standing on a line in the center. Value "ONE CROWN" written below the cat. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise and "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Mintage: 150,000. Minted Years: One year type.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#18a (Mintage: 11,000) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Christopher Ironside (Manx cat side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1971
 

KM#23 10 Pence. Year: 1971. Weight: 11.21g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.

Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Triskeles in the center. Value "· TEN NEW PENCE ·" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 100,000. Minted Years: 1971-1975. Engraver: George Edward Kruger Gray (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1972
 

KM#25 One Crown. Year: 1972. Weight: 28.55g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Royal Canadian Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Tilted shields with divided dates 1947 at the top and 1972 at the bottom within rope wreath in the center. "SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY" written at the top section. Value ": TWENTY-FIVE PENCE :" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 70,000. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 25th Anniversary of the Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#25a (Mintage: 15,000) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Stuart Devlin (Shield side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1974
 

KM#30 One Crown. Year: 1974. Weight: 28.42g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Facing portrait of Sir Winston Churchill in the center. "WINSTON CHURCHILL CENTENERY 1874 - 1974" written around the portrait. Value "ONE CROWN" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 45,000. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Centenary (100th Anniversary) of Birth of Winston Churchill 30th Nov 1874 - 30th Nov 1974.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#30a (Mintage: N/A + 30,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side). This photograph of Sir Winston Churchill was taken by Yousuf Karsh (December 23, 1908 – July 13, 2002), who was an Armenian-Canadian portrait photographer. He has been called one of the great portrait photographers of the 20th century by Time magazine and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with the latter noting the "distinct style in his theatrical lighting."

 
1975
 

KM#20 1 penny. Year: 1975. Weight: 3.56g [3.55g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Celtic cross in the center. Value "· ONE NEW PENCE ·" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 855,000. Minted Years: 1971-1975. Engravers: Christopher Ironside (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#21 2 pence. Year: 1971. Weight: 7.15g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.

Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Pair of hawking birds sitting and watching in opposite directions in the center. Value "· TWO NEW PENCE ·" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 725,000. Minted Years: 1971-1975. Engraver: George Edward Kruger Gray (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#22 5 pence. Year: 1975. Weight: 5.67g [5.65g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 23.60 mm. Thickness: 1.70 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. A turreted castle in the back ground with sea and the Tower of Refuge in foreground in the center. Value "· FIVE NEW PENCE ·" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 1,400,000. Minted Years: 1971-1975. Engravers: Christopher Ironside (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Same as KM#23 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1975. Weight: 11.33g  [11.31g]. Mintage: 1.500,000.

 
1976
 

KM#33 1 penny. Year: 1976. Weight: 3.58g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Manx Loaghtyn sheep climbing left upwards with Isle of Man map in background in the center. One dot on each side. Value "ONE PENCE" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 900,000. Minted Years: 1976-1978, 1979 AA(t), 1979 AB(t), 1979 AC(t), 1979 AD(t), 1979 AE(t) and 1979 PM(t). Engravers: Barry Stanton (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#34 2 pence. Year: 1976. Weight: 7.13g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Bird in flight in northwest direction over Isle of Man map in the center. One dot on each side. Value "TWO PENCE" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 800,000. Minted Years: 1976-1978, 1979 AA(t), 1979 AB(t), 1979 AC(t), 1979 AD(t), 1979 AE(t), 1979 AF(t), 1979 AG(t), 1979 AH(t) and 1979 PM(t). Engravers: Barry Stanton (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#35.1 5 pence. Year: 1976. Weight: 5.62g [5.65g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 23.60 mm. Thickness: 1.70 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Laxey wheel and Isle of Man map in the background in the center. One dot on each side. Value "FIVE PENCE " written at the bottom section. Mintage: 800,000. Minted Years: 1976-1978, 1979 AA(t) and 1979 AB(t). Engravers: Barry Stanton (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: KM#35.1 has "PM" written on both sides on the coin. KM#35.2 has 5 pence dated 1976 having "PM" written on only one side of the coin (left side below Queen Elizabeth portrait).

KM#36.2 10 Pence. Year: 1976. Weight: 11.20g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Triskeles in the center. One dot on each side. Value "TEN PENCE" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 2,800,000 (including "PM" written on one side and "PM" written on both sides). Minted Years: 1976-1977. Engravers: Barry Stanton (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: KM#36.1 has "PM" written on both sides of the coin. KM#36.2 has 10 pence dated 1976 and 1977 having "PM" written on only one side of the coin (left side below Queen Elizabeth portrait).

KM#38 One Crown. Year: 1976. Weight: 28.30g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Horse pulling tram with driver to left in the center. "CENTENERY OF THE HORSE TRAM" written around the center picture. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 50,000. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Centenary (100th Anniversary) of Horse Tram (Toastrack Tram) in Douglas.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#38a (Mintage: N/A + 30,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1977
 

Same as KM#33 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1977. Weight: 3.60g [3.55g]. Mintage: 1.000,000.

Same as KM#34 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1977. Weight: 7.17g [7.12g]. Mintage: 1.000,000.

KM#41 One Crown. Year: ND (1977). Weight: 29.09g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Triskeles in center of three crowns in the center. A stem with three flowers between each crown. "· 1952 · SILVER JUBILEE · 1977 ·" written at the top section. Value "ONE CROWN" written at the bottom section. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 25th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth II.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#41a (Mintage: N/A + 30,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#42 One Crown. Year: 1977. Weight: 29.37g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Crowned monogram with "EIIR" and heraldic shield of the Isle of Man between laurel branches in the center. "THE QUEEN'S SILVER JUBILEE APPEAL" written around the center monogram. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 25th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth II.

Note: Wide and narrow rims exist. This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#42a (Mintage: 70,000 + 30,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1978
 

Same as KM#33 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1978. Weight: 3.59g [3.55g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#34 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1978. Weight: 7.12g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#35.1 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1978. Weight: 5.66g [5.65g]. Mintage: N/A.

KM#36.1 10 Pence. Year: 1978. Weight: 11.22g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "THE SECOND" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom with one dot on each side.
Reverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written at the top section. Triskeles in the center. One dot on each side. Value "TEN PENCE" written at the bottom section. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1976-1978, 1979 AA(t) and 1979 AB(t). Engravers: Barry Stanton (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: KM#36.1 has "PM" written on both sides of the coin.

 
1979
From 1979 onwards, the Pobjoy Mint issues coins with different mintmarks, such as "AA", "AB", etc., in an attempt to make them more collectable. The dieletters are only ever found on the Value side of the coins. Coins with dieletters have either one dieletter only OR a pair of dieletters next to one another. The uppercase letters used take their distinctive style from Hiberno-Norse runes. A to H, the main letters used are illustrated below. 

These are production batch codes. Uncirculated base metal coins gets "AA", "AB", "AC", "AD", "AE", "AF", "AG" and "BA". Base metal proof will be "BB", "BC", etc. Platinum proof gets "B", gold proof has "C", while "D" and "E" are for silver proof, and "F" means silver BU, so one can easily distinguish the different materials and finishes even if their colour is similar and the gross weight is the same. "BA" was introduced in 1988 for circulation quality base metal coins produced for collectors. The "BB" in fact is considered as base metal Proof (Diamond Finish). "PMM" which combines the mintmark "PM" with the year date "MM" as the roman numerals are seen on 2000 coins. There are many more codes with special meanings such as "CC", "CD", "CE", as well as "DD", "DE", and finally "CB". Note that the bullion sovereigns, angels and nobles use their own "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "X" series.

Variations in Dietletters: The dieletter pairs of this series are of course found on the normal strike pieces of very many types including (of course) the series KM-207, 208, 209.1, 209.2, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215. However, of note is the fact that for this particular series the dieletter pairs are known to wander. On the 1 Penny (KM-207) there are three positions/orientations, all three of which occur on the 1991 pieces (the dieletters are titled right downwards, straight side by side or straight but the right one slightly below). This wandering sees the dieletter pair in two very distinct places on the 2 Pences (KM-208) with both positions known for the1991AA (the dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand but in some coins above the jug stand). There are also two distinct positions on each of the 50 Pence (KM-212). On the 5 Pence (KM-209.2) and the 1 Pound (KM-213) there are three positions, two of which are a little similar. On the 20 Pence (KM-211) the variation in dieletter position is negligible. In KM#902.2, 5 pence, the position of the dieletters and mint mark "PM" are on opposite direction of coins dated 1998 and 1999. In 1998, the dieletters are at center right side, near the trouser of the golfer while in 1999, the dieletter are at the left side, above the hole. Similarly KM#1039, 10 pence, the position of the dieletters and mint mark "PM" are on opposite direction of coins dated 2002 and 2003.

Note: (t) - The coins of the circulation types of 1979 (year of the Millennium of Tynwald) have on them a small stylised triskelion in addition to the dieletters.

Same as KM#33 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1979 PM(t). Weight: 3.57g [3.55g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the lower left of the map. "PM" dieletters style is unlisted in Krause publications.

Same as KM#34 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1979 PM(t). Weight: 7.12g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the lower left of the map. "PM" dieletters style is unlisted in Krause publications.

Same as KM#35.1 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1979 PM AB(t). Weight: 5.63g [5.65g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the map at the bottom.

KM#45 One Crown. Year: 1979. Weight: 28.34g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles coin at center of 8 assorted historical Manx coins of different period in the center. "TERCENTENARY OF MANX COINAGE" written around the centered coins. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: N/A (also Proof issue exists). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 300th Anniversary of Manx Coinage.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#45a (Mintage: 70,000 + 30,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#47 One Crown. Year: 1979. Weight: 28.45g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: English cog with
Castle Rushen in the center. "MILLENNIUM OF TYNWALD" written around the center picture. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top.
Mintage: 100,000 + N/A with "CB" mint mark. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Millennium (1000th Anniversary) of Tynwald (parliamentary body of Isle of Man).

This ship were known as cogs, coques or kogges and traded throughout the North Sea, Celtic Sea and the Baltic. In the background is Castle Rushen which came to prominence in the 13th and 14th centuries, when the Island was under Scottish and then English suzerainty. Castle Rushen was captured by Robert Bruce, King of Scots in 1313 but the Island was restored to English rule in 1333-1334.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#47a (Mintage: 25,000 + 10,000 Proof) in 28.28g. Also produced as KM#47b (Mintage: 300) in 43.00g of 0.9170 Gold and KM#47c (Mintage: 100) in 52.00g of 0.9500 Platinum. All these three coins have same diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Ship side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side). MILLENNIUM OF TYNWALD crown coin series contains of five coins: Viking kingship, Cog, Carrack, East Indiaman and LifeBoat with Sir William Hillory portrait.

 
1980
 

KM#59 1 penny. Year: 1980 AC. Weight: 3.54g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Manx cat standing left with designs around it in the center. Value "1" written at the bottom section. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1980 AA, 1980 AB, 1980 AC, 1980 AD, 1980PM DD Proof, 1981 AA, 1981 DD Proof, 1982 AA, 1982 (b: Baby Crib), 1983 AA, 1983 AB and 1983 AC. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "1" at the bottom.

KM#60 2 pence. Year: 1980 AD. Weight: 7.17g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Red-billed Chough (bird) flying left downwards with design around it in the center. Value "2" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1980 AA, 1980 AB, 1980 AC, 1980 AD, 1980PM DD Proof, 1981 AA, 1981 AB, 1981 DD Proof, 1982 AA, 1982 (b: Baby Crib), 1983 AA, 1983 AB, 1983 AC, 1983 AD and 1983 AE. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "2" at the bottom.

KM#61 5 pence. Year: 1980 AA. Weight: 5.68g [5.65g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 23.60 mm. Thickness: 1.70 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Manx Loaghtan sheep with design around it in the center. Value "5" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1980 AA, 1980 AB, 1980 AC, 1980PM DD Proof, 1981 AA, 1981 DD Proof, 1982 (b: Baby Crib), 1982 AA and 1983 AA. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below the front left feet of the sheep, left side of the digit "5".

KM#63 One Crown. Year: 1980. Weight: 28.45g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Two men racing horses in the center citcle. "BICENTENARY OF THE DERBY" written around the centered circle. Two horseshoes on both sides of the Value. Value "ONE CROWN" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: N/A (also Proof issue exists). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 300th Anniversary of Manx Coinage.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#63a (Mintage: 35,000 + 20,000 Proof) in 28.28g. Also produced as KM#63c (Mintage: N/A) in 43.00g of 0.9170 Gold and KM#63b (Mintage: 500) in 52.00g of 0.9500 Platinum. All these three coins have same diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#66 One Crown. Year: 1980. Weight: 28.47g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Triskeles at centre of assorted Olympic figures (including javelin, football, archery, discus, rowing). "TWENTY SECOND OLYMPIAD·MOSCOW" written around the centered figure. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 30,000 (also Proof issue exists). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 22nd Summer Olympics 1980 at Moscow. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#66a (Mintage: N/A Matte + 30,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g. lso produced as KM#63b (Mintage: 1,500) in 39.80g of 0.9170 Gold and KM#63c (Mintage: 100) in 52.00g of 0.9500 Platinum. All these three coins have same diameter: 38.61 mm.

KM#65 has Triskeles at centre of assorted Olympic figures (including weightlifting, hammer, cycling, gymnastics) in all four existing metals. Copper-Nickel and Silver issue exists in various varieties a) Without dot between Olympiad and Moscow; without dots to right and left of One Crown. b) Without dot between Olympiad and Moscow; with dots to right and left of One Crown. c) With dot between Olympiad and Moscow; with dots to right and left of One Crown. KM#67 has Triskeles at centre of assorted Olympic figures (including shooting, kayaking, equestrian, netball, fencing) in all four existing metals as well.

KM#68 1 Crown. Year: 1980. Weight: 28.57g [28.47g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother portrait on the center with dates "1900" and "1980" on her both sides. "· QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER ·" written around her. Value "ONE CROWN" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 100,000. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 80th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.500 silver as KM#68a (Mintage: 50,000) and in 0.925 silver as KM#68b (Mintage: 30,000). Both these silver coins have weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1981
 

Same as KM#60 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1981 AB. Weight: 7.09g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below digit "2" at the bottom.

KM#78 One Crown. Year: 1981. Weight: 28.46g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Beethoven, violin and music score in the center. "INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE DISABLED" written around the centered figure. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 50,000 (also Proof issue exists). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: International Year of the Disabled - Beethoven.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#78a (Mintage: 20,000 + 15,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Ludwig van Beethoven (baptised: 17 December 1770 – 26 March 1827) was a German composer and pianist. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers. His best-known compositions include 9 symphonies, 5 piano concertos, 1 violin concerto, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets, his great Mass the Missa solemnis, and one opera, Fidelio. Born in Bonn, then the capital of the Electorate of Cologne and part of the Holy Roman Empire, Beethoven displayed his musical talents at an early age and was taught by his father Johann van Beethoven and by composer and conductor Christian Gottlob Neefe. At the age of 21 he moved to Vienna, where he began studying composition with Joseph Haydn, and gained a reputation as a virtuoso pianist. He lived in Vienna until his death. By his late 20s his hearing began to deteriorate, and by the last decade of his life he was almost totally deaf. In 1811 he gave up conducting and performing in public but continued to compose; many of his most admired works come from these last 15 years of his life.

KM#81 One Crown. Year: 1981. Weight: 28.67g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Coat of arms of the Prince of Wales and of the Spencer family in the center. "THE WEDDING OF H·R·H. THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE LADY DIANA SPENCER" written around. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 50,000. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on 29 July 1981 (held at St Paul's Cathedral, London).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#81a (Mintage: 20,000 + 15,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. KM#81b exists as 5.10 g. with 0.3740 Gold (Mintage: 10,000), KM#81c as 7.96 g. with 0.9170 Gold (Mintage 1,000) and KM#81d as 52.00 g. 0.9500 Platinum (Mintage: 100) having diameter 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1982
 

KM#62 10 Pence. Year: 1982 AB. Weight: 11.35g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Gyrfalcon sitting on a branch facing left surrounded by frilly vines in the center. Value "10" written on the right side of the Gyrfalcon. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1980 AA, 1980 AB, 1980PM DD Proof, 1981 AA, 1981 DD Proof, 1982 AA, 1982 AB, 1982 AB(b: Baby Crib), 1982 AC, 1982 AD, 1983 AA, 1983 AB, 1983 AC, 1983 AD and 1983 AE. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below tail feathers of the Gyrfalcon.

KM#93 One Crown. Year: 1982. Weight: 28.48g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Goalkeeper at the top / soccer players at the bottom in the center. "XII WORLD CUP · SPAIN" written around. Value "+ ONE CROWN +" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 50,000 + N/A Soccer ball mint mark issue. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 12th FIFA World Cup at Spain.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#93a (Mintage: 20,000 + 15,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. KM#93b exists as 5.10 g. with 0.3740 Gold (Mintage: 40,000), KM#93c as 7.96 g. with 0.9170 Gold (Mintage 4,000) and KM#93d as 52.00 g. 0.9500 Platinum (Mintage: 100) having diameter 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side). XII WORLD CUP · SPAIN crown coin series contains of five coins: KM#91 person holding World Cup trophy with Spain map in the background, KM#92 as Assorted shields I, KM#93 as Soccer scenes I, KM#94 as Soccer scenes II and KM#95 as Assorted shields II.

 
1983
 

Same as KM#62 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1983 AE. Weight: 11.33g  [11.50g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below tail feathers of the Gyrfalcon. Dieletters "AE" with date 1983 is unlisted in Krause publications.

KM#103 One Crown. Year: 1982. Weight: 28.67g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: Hot air balloon in the center. "BICENTENARY OF MANNED FLIGHT" written around. "MONTGOLFIER BALLOON" and Year "1783" written below the air balloon. Value "ONE CROWN" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 50,000 + N/A "DMIHE" mint mark issue. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 200th Anniversary of Manned Flight.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 silver as KM#103a (Mintage: 15,000 + 11,000 Proof) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. KM#103b exists as 5.10 g. with 0.3740 Gold (Mintage: 5,500), KM#103c as 7.96 g. with 0.9170 Gold (Mintage 500) and KM#103d as 52.00 g. 0.9500 Platinum (Mintage: 50) having diameter 38.61 mm. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side). BICENTENARY OF MANNED FLIGHT crown coin series contains of four coins: Hot Air Balloon, Biplane, Jet and Space shuttle.

 
1984
Subject: Quincentenary of the College of Arms.

KM#112 1 penny. Year: 1984 AA. Weight: 3.60g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Shag bird on tilting shield standing left with designs around it in the center. Value "1" written at the bottom section within the shield. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "1" at the bottom, near the edge.

KM#113 2 pence. Year: 1984 AA. Weight: 7.12g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Peregrine falcon on shield surrounding floral decorations in the center. Value "2" written at the bottom section within the shield. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "2" at the bottom, near the edge.

KM#115 10 Pence. Year: 1984 AG. Weight: 11.34g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Loagthyn ram standing on two legs within shield surrounded by design in the center. Value "10" written at the bottom section within the shield. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1984 AA, 1984 AB, 1984 AC, 1984 AD, 1984 AE, 1984 AF and 1984 AG. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "10" at the bottom, near the edge.

KM#117 1 Crown. Year: 1984. Weight: 28.47g [28.47g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara, facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Reverse: "WINTER OLYMPICS·SARAJEVO" written at the top. Skaters on one leg each in the center. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Mintage: 50,000. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: XIV Olympic Winter Games in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (now capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina) during 07th - 19th February 1984 (Opening ceremony on 08th).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.925 silver as KM#117a (Mintage: 15,000) have weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm and KM#117b as 0.3740 Gold (Mintage: 10,000) have weight: 5.10g and diameter: N/A. Engravers: Arnold Machin (Elizabeth portrait side).

 
1985
Note: (w) - The coins of the circulation types of 1985 (year of Sports) have on them a small stylised triskelion in addition to the dieletters.

KM#143 1 penny. Year: 1985 (w)AA. Weight: 3.64g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Shag bird on tilting shield standing left with designs around it in the center. Value "1" written at the bottom section within the shield. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1985 AA(w), 1985 Proof, 1986 AA, 1987 AA, 1987 AB and 1987 AC. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "1" at the bottom, near the edge.

KM#144 2 pence. Year: 1985 (w)AB. Weight: 7.13g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Peregrine falcon on shield surrounding floral decorations in the center. Value "2" written at the bottom section within the shield. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1985(w) AA, 1985(w) AB, 1985 Proof, 1986 AA, 1986 AB, 1986 AC, 1986 AD, 1987 AA, 1987 AB, 1987 AC and 1987 AD. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "2" at the bottom, near the edge.

KM#115 10 Pence. Year: 1985 (w)AB. Weight: 11.33g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Loagthyn ram standing on two legs within shield surrounded by design in the center. Value "10" written at the bottom section within the shield. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1985(w) AA, 1985(w) AB, 1985 Proof, 1986 AA and 1987 AA. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below digit "10" at the bottom, near the edge.

 
1986
 

Same as KM#144 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1986 AD. Weight: 7.18g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below digit "2" at the bottom, near the edge. 

KM#145 5 pence. Year: 1986 AB. Weight: 5.69g [5.65g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 23.60 mm. Thickness: 1.70 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Cushag within design around it in the center. Value "5" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1985(w) AA, 1985 Proof, 1986 AA, 1986 AB, 1986 AC, 1986 AD and 1987 AA. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below the bottom left leaf, left side of the digit "5".

KM#148 50 Pence. Year: 1986 AB. Weight: 13.49g [13.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 30.00 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: Viking long ship on shield within design around it in the center. Value "50" written below the ship. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1985(w) AA, 1985(w) AB, 1985(w) Proof, 1986 AA, 1986 AB and 1987 AA.

Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#163 One Crown. Year: 1986. Weight: 28.60g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Goalkeeper and soccer players around the net within the center circle. "XIII WORLD CUP - MEXICO" written around. Value "·o· ONE CROWN ·o·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: 50,000 (estimated). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 13th FIFA World Cup at Mexico.

Note: This coin also exits in Silver-Clad Copper-Nickel (Mintage: 20,000 estimated) as KM#163a, 0.9250 silver as KM#93b (Mintage: 15,000 estimated) with weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm. KM#93c exists as 5.10 g. with 0.3740 Gold (Mintage: 10,000 estimated), KM#93d as 7.96 g. with 0.9170 Gold (Mintage 1,000) and KM#93e as 52.00 g. 0.9500 Platinum (Mintage: 200 estimated) having diameter 38.61 mm. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side). XIII WORLD CUP - MEXICO crown coin series contains of six coin designs: KM#160 to KM#165.

 
1987
 

Same as KM#143 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1987 AB. Weight: 3.60g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below digit "1" at the bottom, near the edge. 

Same as KM#145 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1987 AA. Weight: 5.65g [5.65g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below the bottom left leaf, left side of the digit "5".

 
1988
 

KM#207 1 penny. Year: 1988 AD. Weight: 3.57g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Precision Mechanics in the foreground with cog in the background in the center. Value "1" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1988 AA, 1988 AB, 1988 AC, 1988 AD, 1989 AA, 1989 AB, 1989 AC, 1989 AD, 1989 AE, 1990 AA, 1991 AA, 1991 AB, 1991 AC, 1991 AD, 1991 AE, 1992 AA, 1993 AA, 1994 AA and 1995 AA. Subject: Technology on Isle of Man. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the lower left of the cog.

KM#208 2 pence. Year: 1988 AA. Weight: 7.31g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Celtic cross, superimposed upon a patterned disc, with: a jug in the centre of the cross, knitting in the top arm, a goblet in the right arm, two corn cobs in the left arm and a disc in the bottom arm; all within the center circle. Value "2" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1988 AA, 1988 AB, 1988 AC, 1988 AD, 1989 AA, 1989 AB, 1989 AC, 1989 AD, 1989 AE, 1990 AA, 1991 AA, 1992 AA, 1993 AA, 1994 AA and 1995 AA. Subject: Traditional Handcrafts. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand.

KM#210 10 Pence. Year: 1988 AA. Weight: 11.31g  [11.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Globe with map on top, symbolizing the finance centre in Douglas (Island and portcullis on globe) in the center. Value "10" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1988 AA, 1989 AA, 1990 AA, 1991 AA, 1991 AB, 1991 AC and 1992 AA. Subject: Finance. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are within the left side of the loop.

KM#211 20 Pence. Year: 1988 AA. Weight: 5.02g [5.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 21.40 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Combine harvester in the center. Value "20" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1988 AA, 1989 AA, 1990 AA, 1991 AA and 1992 AA. Subject: Agriculture. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written top left side of Value "20".

KM#232 One Crown. Year: 1988. Weight: 28.54g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Steamship within circle with "QUEEN MARY 1934" written below it. "BICENTENARY OF STEAM NAVIGATION" written around the center circle. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 200th Anniversary of Steam Navigation. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: BICENTENARY OF STEAM NAVIGATION crown coin series contains of six coin designs: KM#228 to KM#233: Patrick Miller's Number One 14th October 1788, First Atlantic Crossing by steamship "SIRIUS" 1938, Mississippi Sternwheeler "CHAPERON" 1884, Blue 1907 Riband "MAURETANIA" 1929 Winner for 22 years, QUEEN MARY 1934, QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1965.

KM#245 One Crown. Year: 1988. Weight: 28.49g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Manx cat in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A + 250 Proofs. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#245a (Mintage: 15,000) and 0.9988 Gold as KM#245b (Mintage: 4,300 + 5,000 Proof). Both silver and gold coins are having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

 
1989
 

Same as KM#208 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1989 AC. Weight: 7.21g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand.

KM#209.1 5 pence. Year: 1989 AA. Weight: 5.62g [5.65g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 23.60 mm. Thickness: 1.70 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Windsurfer in the center. Value "5" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1988 AA, 1989 AA and 1990. Engravers: Leslie Lindsay (Value side) and Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left side, below the three waves lines in the center.

KM#250 One Crown. Year: 1989. Weight: 28.31g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Persian cat in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A + 250 Proofs. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#250a (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

 
1990
 

Same as KM#208 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1990 AA. Weight: 7.07g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand. 

KM#209.2 5 Pence. Year: 1990 AA. Weight: 3.28g [3.25g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Windsurfer in the center. Value "5" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1990 AA, 1991 AA, 1991 AB, 1992 AA and 1993 AA. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left side, below the three waves lines in the center.

KM#212 50 Pence. Year: 1990 AA. Weight: 13.45g [13.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 30.00 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: "ellan vannin" written at the top. Desktop Computer in the center circle. Value "50" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1988 AA, 1989 AA, 1990 AA, 1991 AA, 1992 AA, 1993 AA, 1994 AA, 1995 AA and 1997 AA.

Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

KM#275 One Crown. Year: 1990. Weight: 28.48g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: New York Alley cat in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A + 250 Proofs. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#275a (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

KM#307 One Crown. Year: 1990. Weight: 28.50g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Queen Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon with her two daughter Elizabeth II and Margaret in the center. "QUEEN ELIZABETH · THE QUEEN MOTHER" written around them. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom section. Decorative border of links with Isle of man shield at the top. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 90th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, The Queen Mother (wife of King George VI).

Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon (04 August 1900 – 30 March 2002) was the wife of King George VI and the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. She was Queen consort of the United Kingdom and the Dominions from her husband's accession in 1936 until his death in 1952, after which she was known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, to avoid confusion with her daughter. She was the last Empress consort of India.

 
1991
 

Same as KM#145 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1991 AE. Weight: 3.60g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the lower left of the cog.

Same as KM#208 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1991 AA. Weight: 7.35g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand.

Same as KM#209.2 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1991 AB. Weight: 3.25g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left side, below the three waves lines in the center.

KM#291 One Crown. Year: 1991. Weight: 28.61g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: USA and Isle of Man coins in the center; surrounded by 11 world coins. "· 100 YEARS OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC ASSOCIATION ·" written around them. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 100th Anniversary - American Numismatic Association. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#291a (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

KM#292 One Crown. Year: 1991. Weight: 28.67g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Norwegian Forest cat in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A + 25 Proofs. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#292a (Mintage: 50,000) and 0.9990 Gold as KM#292b (Mintage: N/A). Both silver and gold coins are having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

KM#304 One Crown. Year: 1991. Weight: 28.47g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait 3/4 facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Head of Prince Charles facing right in the center. "10TH WEDDING" written on the left side clockwise. "ANNIVERSARY" written on the right side clockwise. Value "· 1 CROWN ·" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 10th Wedding anniversary of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on 29 July 1981 - 29 July 1991. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#304a (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm and 0.9990 Gold as KM#304b (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 6.22g.

KM#305 One Crown. Year: 1991. Weight: 28.53g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Head of Lady Diana 3/4 facing left in the center. "10TH WEDDING" written on the left side clockwise. "ANNIVERSARY" written on the right side clockwise. Value "· 1 CROWN ·" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 10th Wedding anniversary of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on 29 July 1981 - 29 July 1991. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#305a (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm and 0.9990 Gold as KM#305b (Mintage: N/A) having weight: 6.22g.

 
1992
 

Same as KM#208 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1992 AA. Weight: 7.14g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand.

My coin is slighted rotated on Value side as shown.

Same as KM#209.2 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1992 AA. Weight: 3.30g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left side, below the three waves lines in the center.

KM#337 10 Pence. Year: 1992 AB . Weight: 6.55g [6.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 24.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "QUOCUNQUE" (Whithersoever you throw it) written at the top. Triskeles, emblem of the Isle of Man in the center. Value "10" written at the left side. "JECERIS STABIT" (it will stand) written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1992 AA, 1992 AB, 1992 AC, 1992 AD, 1992 AE, 1993 AA, 1994 AA and 1995 AA. Subject: Finance. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are above the foot on right.

Same as KM#337 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1992 AC. Weight: 6.50g [6.50g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#337 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1992 AE. Weight: 6.53g [6.50g]. Mintage: N/A.

 
1993
 

Same as KM#208 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1993 AA. Weight: 7.21g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand.

Same as KM#209.2 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1993 AA. Weight: 3.22g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left side, below the three waves lines in the center.

KM#353 One Crown. Year: 1993. Weight: 28.48g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Maine Coon cat walking to left in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#353a (Mintage: 50,000) and 0.9990 Gold as KM#353b (Mintage: N/A). Both silver and gold coins are having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

 
1994
 

Same as KM#145 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1994 AA. Weight: 3.55g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the lower left of the cog.

KM#380 One Crown. Year: 1994. Weight: 28.44g [28.40g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Reverse: Japanese Bobtail cat standing left and facing right in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#380a (Mintage: N/A), 0.9990 Gold as KM#380b (Mintage: N/A) and 0.9995 Platinum as KM#380c (Mintage: N/A). All these coins are having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

 
1995
 

Same as KM#145 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1995 AA. Weight: 3.59g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the lower left of the cog.

Same as KM#208 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1995 AA. Weight: 7.15g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left, below the jug stand.

KM#392 5 Pence. Year: 1995 AA. Weight: 3.24g [3.25g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Value "5" written at the top. Two crossed golf clubs with a large golf ball in the background. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1994 AA and 1995 AA. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Golf. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are at lower left side, above the base of the left golf club.

KM#440.1 1 Crown. Year: 1995. Weight: 28.61g [28.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" written on the right side clockwise with Date. Reverse: "MAN IN FLIGHT" written at the top. Jet aircraft flying above clouds in the center. "MESSERSCMITT 262" written above the clouds. "FIRST JET POWERED AIRCRAFT 1941" written below the the Jet aircraft. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: 500. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 100th Anniversary of Flight - Man in Flight Series - Messerschmidt Me-262. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#440.1a (Mintage: 30,000) having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm. This coin was an error and re-created as KM#440.2/KM#440.2a with corrected year as "JET POWERED AIRCRAFT 1942" instead of "FIRST JET POWERED AIRCRAFT 1941".

KM#446 1 Crown. Year: 1995. Weight: 28.55g [28.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" written on the right side clockwise with Date. Reverse: Turkish cat sitting in the center. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Part of 23 coins Cat Series 1988-2013. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.9250 Silver as KM#353a (Mintage: 50,000) and 0.9990 Gold as KM#353b (Mintage: N/A). Both silver and gold coins are having weight: 31.10g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

KM#458 1 Crown. Year: 1995. Weight: 28.24g [28.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ISLE OF MAN" written on the right side clockwise with Date. Reverse: Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother portrait in the center. "95th BIRTHDAY OF H.M. QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER" written in the top section. Isle of man Shield and Map on her right side of the coin. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 95th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth II's portrait side).

Note: This coin also exits in 0.925 silver as KM#458a (Mintage: 30,000 estimated) have weight: 28.28g and diameter: 38.61 mm.

 
1996
 

KM#588 1 penny. Year: 1996 AA. Weight: 3.57g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Large rugby ball between goalposts. Wreath on both sides. Value "1" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1996 AA, 1997 AA and 1998 AA. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Rugby. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written vertically at the lower position of the right goalpost.

KM#589 2 pence. Year: 1996 AA. Weight: 7.11g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Two bicyclists riding down hill right within their lanes. Wreath (sprigs) on both sides. Value "2" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1996, 1996 AA and 1997 AA. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Bicycle race. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written titled on the left, between the wreath and the track line.

 
1997
 

Same as KM#588 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1997 AA. Weight: 3.52g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written vertically at the lower position of the right goalpost.

Same as KM#589 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1997 AA. Weight: 7.21g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written titled on the left, between the wreath and the track line. 

KM#769 5 Pounds. Year: 1997 AA. Weight: 20.00g [20.19g]. Metal: Virenium (Cu 81%, Zn 10%, Ni 9%). Edge: Reeded with three small plain patches. Diameter: 36.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Four small Triskeles; two at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: Queen Elizabeth in the front and Prince Philip behind her; both facing 3/4 right side in the center. "50th. ANNIVERSARY OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II AND PRINCE PHILIP" written in the around them mainly in top section. Value "· FIVE POUNDS ·" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 50th wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philips. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth II's portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written above right side of "S" in "POUNDS". This coin also exits as KM#769a in 0.925 Silver (Mintage: 5,000 estimated) have weight: 23.50g and diameter: 36.50 mm and as KM#769b in 0.9167 Gold (Mintage: 850 estimated) have weight: 39.83g and diameter: 36.50 mm.

 
1998
 

KM#823.1 1 penny. Year: 1998 AA. Weight: 3.53g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Large rugby ball between goalposts. Wreath on both sides. Value "1" written at the bottom. "PM" is written at the edge below the left post. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Rugby. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written vertically at the lower position of the right goalpost. KM#823.1 have no Triskeles on Queeen Elizabeth II's portrait side.

KM#901.2 2 pence. Year: 1998 AA. Weight: 7.17g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Two bicyclists riding down hill right within their lanes. Wreath (sprigs) on both sides. Value "2" written at the bottom. "PM" is written at the edge at 7 O' clock position. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1998PM AA and 1999PM AA. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Bicycle race. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written titled on the left, between the wreath and the track line. KM#901.1 exists without Triskeles on Queen Elizabeth II's portrait side with date 1998 AA only.

KM#902.2 5 Pence. Year: 1998 AA. Weight: 3.20g [3.25g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Golfer hitting the ball towards the hole with flag. Value "5" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the left side, above the hole while the dieletter is written at the right of the coin. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1998PM AA, 1999PM AA and 1999PM AB. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Golf. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are at center right side, near the trouser of the golfer. KM#902.1 exists without Triskeles on Queen Elizabeth II's portrait side with date 1998 AA only.

 
1999
 

KM#823.2 1 penny. Year: 1999 AB. Weight: 3.59g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Large rugby ball between goalposts. Wreath on both sides. Value "1" written at the bottom. "PM" is written at the edge below the left post. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1998PM AA, 1999PM AA, 1999PM AB and 1999PM BA. Subject: Sports on Isle of Man - Rugby. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written vertically at the lower position of the right goalpost. KM#823.2 have three Triskeles on Queeen Elizabeth II's portrait side.

Same as KM#901.2 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1999 AA. Weight: 7.20g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written titled on the left, between the wreath and the track line. 

Same as KM#902.2 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1999 AB. Weight: 3.27g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The position of the dieletters and mint mark "PM" are on opposite direction than the above 1998 coin. The dieletter are at the left side, above the hole and "PM" is at center right side, near the trouser of the golfer.

KM#943 5 Pounds. Year: 1999 AA. Weight: 20.00g [20.19g]. Metal: Virenium (Cu 81%, Zn 10%, Ni 9%). Edge: Reeded with three small plain patches. Diameter: 36.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: Lifeboat with flag at the sea in the center. "175th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RNLI" written at the top section. Value "FIVE POUNDS" written at the bottom. "TYNE CLASS LIFE BOAT" is written in smaller legends above right side of the Value. "PM" is written at the left side below the wave. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is a charity that saves lives at sea around the British Isles (Great Britain, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) as well as on some inland waterways.

Note: The dieletters are written above right side of "SS" in "TYNE CLASS". This coin also exits as KM#943a in 0.925 Silver (Mintage: 10,000 estimated) have weight: 23.50g and diameter: 36.50 mm and as KM#943b in 0.9167 Gold (Mintage: 850 estimated) have weight: 39.83g and diameter: 36.50 mm.

 
2000
"PMM" which combines the mintmark "PM" with the year date "MM" as the roman numerals are seen on 2000 coins.

KM#1036 1 penny. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 3.53g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Ruined Keeills (native Manx chapel) with small Sanctus bell turret in the center. "ANCIENT KEEILLS OF MANN" written on the top right side in three lines. Design on both bottom sides. Value "1" written at the bottom. "PM" is written at the bottom left side of the chapel. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2001 AC, 2002 AA, 2002 AE, 2003 AA and 2003 AE. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written at the bottom right side of the chapel.

KM#1037 2 pence. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 7.18g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: CLASHT ROOIN, O HIARN (The inscription is taken from the first line of the Manx Fisherman's Evening Hymn and translates as "Hear us, O Lord"). Manx Lugger fishing boat in the center. Design on both bottom sides. Value "2" written at the bottom. "PM" is written between the waves below the boat on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2001 AB, 2001 AC, 2002 AA, 2002 AB, 2002 AC, 2002 AF, 2003 AA and 2003 AF. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written in front of the boat, above the waves, under the front sail post.

KM#1038 5 Pence. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 3.25g [3.25g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "GAUT'S CROSS CARVING" written in top section. Gaut's Cross in the center. Design on both bottom sides. Value "5" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the left side, below the cross. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 AA, 2000 PMM AA, 2000 AB, 2000 PMM AC, 2001 AA, 2002 AA, 2002 AB, 2002 AC, 2002 AD, 2002 AE, 2003 AA, 2003 AB and 2003 AD. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are at the right above side of digit "5", below the cross.

Same as KM#1038 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2000 PMM AC. Weight: 3.29g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the right above side of digit "5", below the cross.

KM#1039 10 Pence. Year: 2000 PMM AA . Weight: 6.50g [6.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 24.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ST. GERMAN'S CATHEDRAL" written at the top section. Ruins of the original 13th Century St. German's Cathedral on St Patrick's Isle in the center. Design on both bottom sides. Value "10" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the right side below the cathedral. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2002 AA and 2003 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are below the cathedral on the left side.

KM#1040 20 Pence. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 5.00g [5.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 21.40 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ST. GERMAN'S CATHEDRAL" written at the top section. Monk sitting at desk at work creating manuscript. Rays of light fall from an arched window in the background in the center. Design on both bottom sides. Value "20" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the right side below the table. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2002 AA, 2002 AB, 2002 BA, 2003 AA, 2003 AB and 2003 BA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are behind the Monk.

KM#1025 1 Crown. Year: 2000. Weight: 28.47g [28.28g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. Reverse: "THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE QUEEN MOTHER" written in the top section. Family picture of 1931 in the center with "ELIZABETH MARGARET 1931" written below it. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Small design on both bottom sides. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: The Life and Times of the Queen Mother.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.925 silver as KM#1025a (Mintage: 10,000 estimated) have same weight and diameter.

KM#1029 1 Crown. Year: 2000. Weight: 28.43g [28.28g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. Reverse: "THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE QUEEN MOTHER" written in the top section. Date "1945" below it. Isle of Man visit picture of 1945 in the center with "VICTORY VISIT - ISLE OF MAN" written below it. Value "1 CROWN" written at the bottom. Small design on both bottom sides. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: The Life and Times of the Queen Mother.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.925 silver as KM#1029a (Mintage: 10,000 estimated) have same weight and diameter.

KM#1041 50 Pence. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 8.00g [8.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 27.30 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "CHRISTIANITY IN MANN" written at the top section. Stylized crucifix with rays all around it, in the center. Design on both bottom sides. Value "50" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the right side above Value "50". Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2002 AA and 2003 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left side of Value "50".

KM#1042 1 Pound. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 9.50g [9.50g]. Metal: Nickel-Brass. Edge: Plain and Reeded; 3 patches each. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "MILLENNIUM BELLS" written at the top section. Triskeles with three bells in the center. Design on both bottom sides. Value "ONE POUND" written at the bottom. "PM" is written above "PO" in POUNDS. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2002 AA, 2002 BA, 2003 AA and 2003 BA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left side besides the bell.

KM#1043 2 Pounds. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 12.00g [12.00g]. Metal: Bi-Metallic; Copper-Nickel in center and Nickel-Brass in ring. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.40 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: "THORWALD'S CROSS-SLAB" written at the top section. Thorwald's cross (Ancient drawing) in the center circle. Design on both bottom sides. Value "TWO POUNDS" written at the bottom. "PM" is written above "N" in POUNDS within center circle. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA, 2002 AA, 2003 AA and 2003 AB. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left side, below the man at the left. The Thorwald's cross-slab can be seen in Kirk Andreas, Isle of Man. It has two carved sides depicting the transition between pagan and Christian beliefs. The image on the coin illustrates Christian symbolism of a figure with book, cross, fish and defeated serpent. Thorwald’s cross is one of more than 100 Viking Age carved crosses found in the Isle of Man.

KM#1044 5 Pounds. Year: 2000 PMM AA. Weight: 20.00g [20.10g]. Metal: Virenium (Cu 81%, Zn 10%, Ni 9%). Edge: Reeded with three small plain patches. Diameter: 36.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: "ST.PATRICK'S HYMN" written in the top section. St.Patrick's Hymn cross in the center. Value "FIVE POUNDS" written at the bottom. Design on both bottom sides. "PM" is written above "D" in "POUNDS". Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2000 PMM AA, 2001 AA and 2002 AA and 2003 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written above "PO" in "POUNDS".

 
2001
 

Same as KM#1036 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2001 AC. Weight: 3.56g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written at the bottom right side of the chapel.

Same as KM#1037 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2001 AB. Weight: 7.19g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written in front of the boat, above the waves, under the front sail post.

Same as KM#1038 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2001 AA. Weight: 3.24g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the right above side of digit "5", below the cross.

KM#1085 1 Crown. Year: 2001. Weight: 28.43g [28.28g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel Oxide (Black finish). Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom between legends. Reverse: "IN COMMEMORATION OF JOEY DUNLOP MBE OBE 1952-2000" written in outer circle. Motorcycle racer in the center. Value "· ONE CROWN ·" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: In the memory of Joey Dunlop.

Note: This coin also exits in 0.925 silver as KM#1085a (Mintage: 10,000 estimated) have same weight and diameter. William Joseph Dunlop, OBE (born: 25 February 1952 at Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland. Died: 02 July 2000 at Tallinn, Estonia), was a world champion motorcyclist from Ballymoney in Northern Ireland. In 2005 he was voted the fifth greatest motorcycling icon ever by Motorcycle News. His achievements include three hat-tricks at the Isle of Man TT meeting (1985, 1988 and 2000), where he won a record 26 races in total. During his career he won the Ulster Grand Prix 24 times. In 1986 he won a fifth consecutive TT Formula One world title. He was awarded the MBE in 1986 for his services to the sport, and in 1996 he was awarded the OBE for his humanitarian work for children in Romanian orphanages, to which he had delivered clothing and food. Joey Dunlop died in Tallinn, Estonia, on 02 July 2000 while leading a 125cc race (he had already won the 750cc and 600cc events) on Pirita-Kose-Kloostrimetsa Circuit. He appeared to lose control of his bike in the wet conditions and was killed instantly on impact with trees. As a mark of respect, the Estonian government's official website was replaced with a tribute to Dunlop within hours of his death. Northern Ireland television carried live coverage of his funeral. Fifty thousand mourners, including bikers from all parts of Britain and Ireland and people from all backgrounds in Northern Ireland, attended the funeral to Garryduff Presbyterian church and his burial in the adjoining graveyard. His younger brother Stephen Robert Dunlop (born: 25 November 1960 – died: 15 May 2008) was also a Northern Irish motorcycle racer, died after a crash during a practice session at the North West 200, Northern Ireland. The new documentary, Road, based on the life of Joey Dunlop and his brothers is released in the UK on the 11th June 2014.

 
2002
 

Same as KM#1036 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002 AA. Weight: 3.54g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written at the bottom right side of the chapel.

Same as KM#1037 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002 AC. Weight: 7.21g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written in front of the boat, above the waves, under the front sail post.

Same as KM#1037 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002 AF. Weight: 7.08g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written in front of the boat, above the waves, under the front sail post.

Same as KM#1038 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002 AE. Weight: 3.26g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the right above side of digit "5", below the cross. Dieletters "AE" with date 2002 is unlisted in Krause publications.

Same as KM#1039 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002 AA. Weight: 6.54g [6.50g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below the cathedral on the left side and mintmark "PM" on the right side.

 
2003
 

Same as KM#1036 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2003 AE. Weight: 3.57g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written at the bottom right side of the chapel.

Same as KM#1038 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2003 AD. Weight: 3.28g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the right above side of digit "5", below the cross.

Same as KM#1039 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2003 AA. Weight: 6.55g [6.50g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are below the cathedral on the right side and mintmark "PM" on the left side. The Dieletters and Mintmark are on the opposite direction compared with above 2000 and 2002 coins. 

 
2006
 

KM#1423.2 One Crown. Year: 2006. Weight: 28.41g [28.28g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel Oxide (Black finish). Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the right side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom between legends. Reverse: Coloured Concorde plane flying in the center with "Concorde" written above it. London and Washington D.C. shown in the background. "30TH ANNIVERSARY 1ST TRANSATLANTIC SERVICE" written around. Value "1 CROWN " written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: In the memory Concorde plane.

Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde is a British-French turbojet-powered supersonic passenger jet airliner that was operated until 2003. It had a maximum speed over twice the speed of sound at Mach 2.04 (1,354 mph or 2,180 km/h at cruise altitude), with seating for 92 to 128 passengers. First flown in 1969, Concorde entered service in 1976 and continued flying for the next 27 years (21 January 1976 - 24 October 2003). Air France Flight 4590 was an Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde, registration F-BTSC, on a scheduled international flight from Paris, France, to New York City, on 25 July 2000, local time 16:43 CET. While taking off, the aircraft ran over debris on the runway, blowing a tyre and puncturing a fuel tank, leading to fire and engine failure. All 100 passengers and nine crew members aboard the Concorde died when it crashed into a hotel in nearby Gonesse, while on the ground four people were killed and one was critically injured. On 10 April 2003, Air France and British Airways simultaneously announced that they would retire Concorde later that year. They cited low passenger numbers following 25 July 2000 crash.

 
2009
 

KM#1253 1 penny. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 3.53g [3.56g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "SANTON WAR MEMORIAL" written on the top section. Santon war memorial in the center.  Value "1" written at the left side. Triskeles in shield on the right side. Wreath at the bottom. "PM" is written between the wreath and the memorial base. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2007 BA, 2008 AA, 2009 AA, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA and 2013 BA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written on the right side of left wreath tip.

KM#1254 2 pence. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 7.21g [7.12g]. Metal: Bronze-Plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 25.91 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "ALBERT TOWER" written at the top. Albert Tower at Ramsey in the center. Small Triskeleson on both sides. Four birds flying on the left side of the tower. Value "2" written at the right side of the Tower. "PM" is written above the edge of earth base on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2007 BA, 2008 AA, 2009 AA, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA and 2013 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are written on the left side, below the top wave.

KM#1255 5 Pence. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 3.29g [3.25g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "TOWER OF REFUGE" written in top section. Tower of Refuge above sea in the center. Small Triskeleson on both bottom sides. Value "5" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the right side, below the tower base. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2007 BA, 2008 AA, 2009 AA, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA and 2013 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are at the left side below the tower base.

KM#1256 10 Pence. Year: 2009 AA . Weight: 6.54g [6.50g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 24.50 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Lighthouse Chicken Rock in the center with sea in the background and birds flying around it. "LIGHTHOUSE CHICKEN ROCK" written around the lighthouse. Small Triskeles on both bottom sides of the lighthouse. Value "10" written at the lrft side of the lighthouse. "PM" is written on the left side besides the edge of the earthly base of the lighthouse. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2007 BA, 2008 AA, 2009 AA, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA and 2013 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are between the right edge of the earthly base of the lighthouse and the Triskelets.

KM#1257 20 Pence. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 5.03g [5.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 21.40 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "CASTLE RUSHEN CLOCK" written at the top section. Castle Rushen Clock in the center. Small Triskeles on both sides at the bottom. Value "20" written at the bottom. "PM" is below the left edge of center Diamond. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2008 AA, 2008 AB, 2009 AA, 2009 AB, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA and 2013 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters can be found at the below right segment/line outside of the diamond box.

KM#1258 50 Pence. Year: 2009 AB. Weight: 7.99g [8.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 27.30 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: "MILNER'S TOWER" written at the top section. Milner's Tower in the center. One bird flying on the left side and two birds on the right side of the tower. Small Triskeles on both sides at the bottom. Value "50" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the right side below the edge of the earthly base of the tower. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2008 AA, 2009 AA, 2009 AB, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA, 2013 AA, 2013 AB and 2014 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left below side of Value "50". Milner's Tower was built in 1871 by the residences of Port Erin in honour of William Milner, a Liverpool safemaker (hence the shape of the tower in the form of a lock), who was a great benefactor of the town. The tower was meant to be built in secret as a surprise, but once Milner found out he donated much of the building cost.

KM#1259 1 Pound. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 9.58g [9.50g]. Metal: Nickel-Brass. Edge: Plain and Reeded; 3 patches each. Diameter: 20.32 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: St. John's chapel in the center. "TYNWALD HILL · ST. JOHN'S CHAPEL written around it, in upper section. Value "· 1 POUND ·" written at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2004 AB, 2004 AC, 2005 AA, 2005 AB, 2006 AA, 2006 AB, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2007 BA, 2008 AA, 2008 BA, 2009 AA, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA, 2013 AA and 2014 AB. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the left side at the base of chapel, above "P" in "POUNDS".

KM#1260 2 Pounds. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 12.09g [12.00g]. Metal: Bi-Metallic; Copper-Nickel in center and Nickel-Brass in ring. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.40 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: "ROUND TOWER PEEL CASTLE" written at the top section. Round Tower Peel castle in the center circle. Small Triskeles on both sides at the bottom. Value "TWO POUNDS" written at the bottom. "PM" is written on the left side above the edge of the earthly base of the tower. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 2004 AA, 2005 AA, 2006 AA, 2007 AA, 2007 AB, 2008 AA, 2009 AA, 2010 AA, 2011 AA, 2012 AA and 2013 AA. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the right side, below the tower, above "N" in "POUNDS".

 
2011
 

KM#1476 2 Pounds. Year: 2009 AA. Weight: 12.00g [12.00g]. Metal: Bi-Metallic; Copper-Nickel in center and Nickel-Brass in ring. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.40 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom. Reverse: Mascot in the center of circle. Small Triskeles with "ISLE OF MAN 2011" written on the left side below the logo. "IV COMMOMWEALTH YOUTH GAMES" written below it, followed by a design below it. Value "TWO POUNDS" written at the bottom. "PM" is written below "S" in "POUNDS". Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 4th Commonwealth Youth Games. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The dieletters are on the right side, after "S" in "POUNDS".

 
2013
 

Same as KM#1253 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2013 BA. Weight: 3.57g [3.56g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written on the right side of left wreath tip.

Same as KM#1254 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2013 AA. Weight: 7.17g [7.12g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are written on the left side, below the top wave.

Same as KM#1255 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2013 AA. Weight: 3.38g [3.25g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are at the left side below the tower base.

Same as KM#1256 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2013 AA. Weight: 6.63g [6.50g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are between the right edge of the earthly base of the lighthouse and the Triskelets.

Same as KM#1257 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2013 AA. Weight: 5.02g [5.00g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters can be found at the below right segment/line outside of the diamond box.

Same as KM#1258 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2013 AA. Weight: 7.99g [8.00g]. Mintage: N/A.

Note: The dieletters are on the left below side of Value "50".

 
2014
 

50 Pence. Year: 2014 AA. Weight: 7.94g [8.00g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 27.30 mm; 7-sided. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ISLE OF MAN" written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date at the bottom. Three small Triskeles; one at the top and two at the bottom.
Reverse: Motorcycle racer in the center with The International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race logo on the right side. Value "50" written at the bottom with "PM" is written below it and dieletter "AA" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Elizabeth portrait side).

Note: The International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race is a motorcycle racing event held on the Isle of Man that was for many years the most prestigious motorcycle race in the world. The event was part of the FIM Motorcycle Grand Prix World Championship during the period 1949–1976 before being transferred to the United Kingdom after safety concerns and run by the FIM as the British Grand Prix for the 1977 season. The Isle of Man TT Races became part of the TT Formula 1 Championship from 1977 to 1990 to preserve the event's racing status. From 1989 the racing has been developed by the Isle of Man Department of Tourism as the Isle of Man TT Festival.

Note: The dieletters are on the right below side of Value "50".

 
 
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  • Governor
  • Edmund Mortayn...................................Sep 1329 - 13..
  • Custodian
  • William de Montacute..........................29 Sep 1334 - 13..
  • Governor
  • Michael Blundell.....................................1405 - 1417
  • Lieutenant
  • John Letherland (Litherland).........................1417 - 1418?
  • Governor
  • John Fazakerley.....................................1418? - 1422?
  • Lieutenant
  • John Walton..........................................1422 - 1428
  • Henry Byron..........................................1428 - 14..
  • Captain
  • Peter Dutton.........................................1496 - 1497
  • Deputy Governor
  • Henry Radcliffe, Abbot of Rushen.....................1497 - 1505
  • Captain
  • Ralph Rushton (1st time).............................1505 - 1511
  • He started as Deputy Governor, but become Captain in the same year 1505.
  • Lieutenant
  • Sir John Ireland (1st time)..........................1511 - 1517
  • Captain
  • Ralph Rushton (2nd time).............................1517 - 1518
  • Lieutenant
  • John Fazakerley......................................1518 - 1521
  • Governor
  • Thomas Denisport (Danport)...........................1521 - 1522
  • Lieutenants
  • Sir John Ireland (2nd time)..........................1522 - 1526
  • Richard Holt.........................................1526 - 1527
  • Governor
  • Henry Stanley........................................1527 - 1532
  • Captains
  • John Fleming.........................................1532 - 1536
  • George Stanley.......................................1536 - 1545 d.1570
  • William Stanley......................................1545 - 1552
  • Henry Stanley........................................1552 - 1570 d.1598
  • Edward Tarbock (Torbock).............................1570 - 1576 d.1608
  • Governors
  • John Hanmer (Harmer).................................1576 - 1580
  • Richard Sherburne (Shireburne)..............................1580 d.1594
  • John Meyrick, Bishop of Man..........................1580 - 1592 d.1599
  • Deputy Captain
  • Thomas Mortime..............................................1592
  • Captain
  • Cuthbert Gerrard (1st time)..........................1592 - 1593
  • Governors
  • William Stanley (William IV).........................1593 - 1594
  • He was also the Lord of Man and the Isles as William IV (Earl of Derby) during 1612 to 11 Aug 1627.
  • Thomas Burscough............................................1594
  • Deputy Governors
  • Edward Ellis (1st time).....................................1594
  • Randulph Stanley.....................................1594 - 17 Jun 1595
  • Captain
  • Sir Thomas Gerard................................Aug 1595 - 1608 d.1618
  • He did not take office.
  • Deputy Governor
  • Cuthbert Gerrard (2nd time).................................1596
  • Captain
  • Peter (Piers) Legh...................................1596 - 1597 d.1635/36
  • Deputy Governors
  • Robert Molyneux......................................1596 - 1608
  • Edward Ellis (2nd time).....................................1599
  • Governors
  • John Ireland.........................................1609 - 1623 with...
  • John Birchall........................................1609 - 1610
  • Sir Ferdinando Leigh (Legh)..........................1623 - 1624 d.1553/54
  • Edward Fletcher......................................1624 - 1625
  • Edward Holmewood.....................................1626 - 1627
  • Edward Christian (1st time)..........................1627 - 1634 d.1661
  • Ewan Christian..............................................1634 d.1655
  • Sir Charles Gerrard..................................1634 - 1638
  • Radcliffe Gerrard...........................................1639
  • Captain
  • Foulkes Hunckes (or Fulke Hunke).....................1639 - 1640
  • Governor
  • Edward Christian (2nd time)..........................1641 - 1642
  • Royalists
  • John Greenhalghe (eenhalgh)........................1642 - 19 Sep 1651
  • Sir Philip Musgrave..............................Sep 1651 - 31 Oct 1651 d.1678
  • Parliament
  • Robert Duckenfield (Dukinfield)...............31 Oct 1651 - 1652 d.1689
  • Deputy Governor
  • Samuel Smith.........................................1652 - Jun 1652
  • Commissioners for governing the Isle (appointed by Lord Faifax)
  • James Chaloner (1st time).....................18 Aug 1652 - 1653 d.1660
  • Robert Dinley.................................18 Aug 1652 - 1653
  • Jonathan Wilton...............................18 Aug 1652 - 1653
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • Philip Eyton.........................................1652 - 1653
  • Governors
  • Matthew Cadwell......................................1653 - 1656
  • William Christian ("Illiam Dhone")...................1656 - 1659 d.1663
  • James Chaloner (2nd time)............................1659 - 1660
  • Deputy Governor
  • Richard Stephenson..........................................1660
  • Governors
  • Roger Nowell.........................................1660 - 1664 d.1695
  • Isaac Barrow, Bishop of Man..........................1664 - 1673 d.1680
  • Henry Nowell.........................................1673 - 1676 d.1676
  • Henry Stanley........................................1677 - 1678 d.1682
  • Robert Heywood.......................................1678 - 1690 d.1690
  • Roger Kenyon.........................................1690 - 1693 d.1698
  • William Sacheverell..................................1693 - 1696 d.1715
  • Nicholas Sankey......................................1696 - 1701 d.1722
  • James Cranston (or Cranstown)........................1701 - 1702
  • Robert Mawdesley.....................................1703 - 1713 d.1723
  • Charles Z. Stanley...................................1713 - 1718
  • Alexander Horne......................................1718 - 1723
  • John Lloyd (or Floyde)...............................1723 - 1725
  • Thomas J. Horton.....................................1725 - 1736 d.1757
  • James Murray, Duke of Atholl.........................1736 - 1744 d.1764
  • He was also the Lord of Man and the Isles as James III  during 01 Feb 1736 to 08 Jan 1764.
  • Patrick Lindsay......................................1744 - 1751 d.1753
  • Basil Cochrane.......................................1751 - 1761 d.1788
  • In effect since 1761, they are the viceroys of the reigning British monarch on the Island. Local control, however, continued to be exercised by the ancient parliament, the Tynwald or the House of Keys.
  • John Wood............................................1761 - 30 Apr 1777 d.1777
  • Richard Dawson (1st time)...................................1777 d.1800
  • Edward Smith.........................................1777 - 1793 d.1808
  • John Murray (Duke of Atholl 1774-1830)...............1793 - 02 Jun 1828 d.1830
  • Lieutenant Governors (acting for the governors to 1828; acting viceroys thereafter)
  • Henry Hope...........................................1773 - 1775
  • Richard Dawson (2nd time)............................1775 - 1790
  • Alexander Shaw...................................Dec 1790 - 1804 d.1811
  • Henry Murray (Earl of Murray)........................1804 - 1805 d.1805
  • Cornelius Smelt......................................1805 - 28 Nov 1832 d.1832
  • John Ready...........................................1832 - 1845 d.1845
  • Charles Hope.........................................1845 - Jul 1860 d.1893
  • Mark Hildesley Quayle (1st time - acting)...................1860 d.1879
  • Francis Piggot Stainsby Conant.......................1860 - 1863 d.1863
  • Mark Hildesley Quayle (2nd time - acting)...................1863
  • Henry Brougham Loch..................................1863 - 1882 d.1900
  • He was known from 18 Sep 1880 as Sir Henry Brougham Loch.
  • Sir Spencer Walpole..................................1882 - 1893 d.1907
  • Sir Joseph West Ridgeway.............................1893 - 1895 d.1930
  • John Major (Baron Henniker)...................24 Jan 1896 - 27 Jun 1902 d.1902
  • Sir John James Gell (acting)..................03 Jul 1902 - 21 Oct 1902 d.1905
  • George Fitzroy Henry (Baron Raglan)...........21 Oct 1902 - 03 Apr 1919 d.1921
  • William Fry...................................03 Apr 1919 - 1925 d.1934
  • Sir Claude Hill......................................1925 - 1932 d.1934
  • Sir Montagu Sherard Dawes-Butler.....................1932 - 1937 d.1952
  • William Spencer Leveson Gower (Earl Granville).......1937 - 1945 d.1953
  • He became Earl Granville from 21 Jul 1939.
  • Sir Geoffrey Rhodes Bromet....................07 Sep 1945 - 1952 d.1983
  • Sir Ambrose Dundas Flux Dundas................07 Sep 1952 - 1959 d.1973
  • Sir Ronald Herbert Garvey.....................08 Sep 1959 - Sep 1966 d.1991
  • Sir Peter Hyla Gawne Stallard.................07 Sep 1966 - 1974 d.1995
  • Sir John Warburton Paul..............................1974 - 1980 d.2004
  • Sir Nigel Cecil......................................1980 - 1985
  • Laurence New.........................................1985 - 1990
  • Sir Laurence Jones...................................1990 - 1995 d.1995
  • Sir Timothy Daunt.............................27 Oct 1995 - 01 Sep 2000
  • Thomas William Cain (acting)..................01 Sep 2000 - 25 Oct 2000
  • Ian David MacFadyen...........................25 Oct 2000 - 27 Sep 2005
  • Michael Kerruish (acting).....................27 Sep 2005 - 17 Oct 2005
  • Sir Paul Haddacks.............................17 Oct 2005 - 01 Apr 2011
  • David Charles Doyle (acting - 1st time).......01 Apr 2011 - 07 Apr 2011
  • Adam Kenneth Compton Wood.....................07 Apr 2011 - Apr 2016
  • David Charles Doyle (acting - 2nd time)..........Apr 2016 - 27 May 2016
  • Sir Richard Hugh Turton Gozney................27 May 2016 - date
  • He was British Ambassador to Indonesia 2000–2004. British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Her Majesty's Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Benin and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea 2004–2007. Governor and Commander in Chief of Bermuda from 12 December 2007 to 18 May 2012.
  • Chairmen of the Executive Council
  • Charles Kerruish.....................................1961 - Feb 1967 d.2003
  • E. Norman Crowe..................................Feb 1967 - Jan 1971 d.1992
  • Percy Radcliffe (1st time).......................Jan 1971 - Jan 1977 d.1991
  • Clifford Irving..................................Jan 1977 - 24 Nov 1981 d.2004
  • Percy Radcliffe (2nd time)....................24 Nov 1981 - Mar 1985
  • Edgar Mann.......................................Mar 1985 - Dec 1986 d.2013
  • Chief Ministers
  • Miles Walker.....................................Dec 1986 - 03 Dec 1996
  • Donald James Gelling (1st time)...............03 Dec 1996 - 04 Dec 2001
  • Richard Corkill...............................04 Dec 2001 - 14 Dec 2004
  • Donald James Gelling (2nd time)...............14 Dec 2004 - 14 Dec 2006
  • James Anthony "Tony" Brown....................14 Dec 2006 - 11 Oct 2011
  • Allan Robert Bell.............................11 Oct 2011 - 04 Oct 2016
  • Robert Howard Quayle..........................04 Oct 2016 - date
 
 
TRADE COINAGE EURO
Coins were produced during 1996-1998. 10 EURO (10.00 g., 0.925 Silver), 15 EURO (19.20 g., 0.925 Silver) and 50 EURO (6.22 g., 0.9999 Gold).
 

KM#909 10 EURO. Year: 1998 Weight: 10.00g [10.00g]. Metal: 0.925 Silver. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 30.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Pobjoy Mint. Obverse: "ELIZABETH II" written on the left side clockwise. "ISLE OF MAN" with Date written on the left side clockwise. Queen Elizabeth's portrait facing right in the center. Reverse: Rail engine with a carriage in the center with smoke coming out. An old cottage in the background. 12 Stars above the rail engine. "125th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ISLE OF MAN RAILWAYS" written around it in upper section. Date "1873" on the bottom left side and "1998" on the bottom right side. Value "· 10 EURO ·" written at the bottom. Mintage: 15,000 (estimated). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: 125th anniversary of Isle of Man railways.

 
 
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