1892
ZAR
Proof Coins
When “President Paul Kruger” had the first indigenous currency of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek minted by the “Kaiser Mint” in Berlin in 1892, the coinage was to have a similar value to the colonial British currency. Of the total spectrum of denomination, the Kaiser mint also minted a very limited quantity of proof coins, using polished dies and blanks. These very special coins were presented to VIP’s and dignitaries. To own one of these 1892 ZAR proof coins must surely be one of the most prized coins a collector can hope to have in their collection.
Year 
DESCRIPTION 
MINTAGE 
1892 
Een Pond 
1012 
1892 
½ (half) Een Pond 
2025 
1892 
5 Shilling (Crown) 
2530 
1892 
2 ½ Shilling (½ crown) 
5060 
1892 
2 Shilling (Florin) 
5060 
1892 
1 Shilling 
4050 
1892 
Sixpence (6p/d) 
4050 
1892 
Tickey (3p/d) 
3540 
1892 
Penny Red (1p/d) 
Unknown 
1892 
Penny Brown (1d/p) 
1012 
From the table on the left we can see that the mintages of the 1892 ZAR proof coins are extremely low, and that the maximum complete sets which can exist are between 10 and 12, although, it is unknown exactly how many 1892 proof sets exist.
1892 ZAR PROOF COINS
Een Pond
Half Pond
5 Shilling
2 ½ Shilling
2 Shilling
1 Shilling
Sixpence
Tickey
Penny
1892 PROOF COINS MINTAGES 

DESCRIPTION / DENOMINATION 
MINTAGE / 
GRADED 
INDICATION PRICE 
AVAILABLE 
1892 Proof Set (Silver) 
Unknown compilation 
Various 
0 

1892 Een Pond 
1012 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 Half Pond 
2025 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 5 Shilling (Proof) 
2530 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 2½ Shilling (Proof) 
5060 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 2 Shilling (Proof) 
5060 (Estimate) 


1 
1892 1 Shilling (Proof) 
4050 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 Sixpence (Proof) 
4050 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 Tickey (Proof) 
3540 (Estimate) 


0 
1892 PennyBrown (Proof) 
1012 (Estimate) 


0 