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LOT 447

LOT 448

LOT 453

LOT 633


Welcome to a very special “One off” sale, to be held for the very first time in Melbourne! This Sale had originated from a small spark of an idea one of our vendors once planted, when he had stated that if we ever decided to hold an Auction in Melbourne, then we could have his collection to sell! A few years later, and in discussion with a number of other people, the idea finally took hold, and thus this Sale was born. We have been privileged with this Sale to be able to offer such an amazing array of stock across so many areas, and thus we present to you what we feel is one of the finest auctions assembled in a very long time….

Some Sale 74 Auction Highlights and more… Wow, where to even start….I think I will have to dedicate some space in my superfund as there is just too many fabulous items to miss out on….Seriously though, the top dozen items alone in this Sale are estimated in total at around $3,000,000, an impressive selection indeed. The highlight for me though would have to be the fabulous 1930 Penny with mint red. I remember seeing this coin in the late 80’s, and am just as blown away by it now as I was then. An iconic coin recognized the world over, and often referred to as the “Most Important Copper Coin of the 20th Century”, this highly significant coin is sure to attract world-wide interest. The amount of mint red this coin possesses is extraordinary, and is really what sets it apart from every other circulation issue, as well as being the key to it’s rarity and place amongst the very top rung of the Australian Pre Decimal Coin rarities. Another superb item on offer in this Sale is the unique Proof 1893M Half Sovereign. As the only known Proof example in private hands, and with only 5 circulated pieces in existence, this coin can rightly claim to be one of the key pieces, if not the key piece, to the whole gold series. Rare gold is a key feature in this sale, and with other superb items such as the Proof 1856 Pattern Half Sovereign, Choice 1855 and 1856 Sydney Mint Sovereigns, superb grade run of Choice Sydney Mint Half Sovereigns in high grade, as well as a rare Type I Adelaide Pound 1852, and two Type II Adelaide Pounds and a small batch of nice bullion sovereigns make for an all around impressive offering. Some other key highlight coins also on offer include a Proof Specimen 1914H Florin, one of only three known examples and in outstanding condition, with a fantastic provenance. Also, three Kookaburra Pennies are represented; a Type 7, Type 11 and a Type 12, all slabbed by NGC in high grades, along with a Rare Potosi Mint Holey Dollar in gVF, and two Dumps. Other highlights include a 1916 Mule Halfpenny, an aEF/gEF 1922/1 Overdate Threepence and the second finest known example, and a 1923 Halfpenny in UNC. Rare Proof Coins include a fantastic 1942I Bombay Halfpenny and Penny pair, a 1938 and 1945 Proof Penny, as well as a Proof 1938 Florin. Along with this is an excellent selection of Choice grade Pre Decimal, including key dates such as a 1921 Star Shilling, 1914H and 1932 Florins all in high grade. The “Alice Springs Collection” of Australasian Tokens is being offered in two parts, the first of which is in this sale. An impressive collection formed from nearly 50 years of collecting, it features some of the finest and rarest Tokens known. The undisputed highlight is the famous “Lord Raglan” Penny, one of only 2 known, and of the highest importance. Other key Tokens of note include an A Nicholas Penny, two Copper Taylor pieces, a Shilling and Fourpence, a Mason and Culley Penny, a Mackintosh and Degraves Shilling, a J Dixon Penny, a WJ Taylor Canadian Bank Penny, two ASNCo. Halfpennies, and much more including numerous lots divided into small quantities. Certainly this is the most impressive and important collection of Tokens offered in many years.

A number of rare Banknotes are also presented for sale in this auction, none better than the very rare 20 Pounds 1918 Cerutty-Collins in high grade. The finest such example of this rare issue offered in many years, this is sure to attract significant interest. A beautiful 10 Shillings 1913 Presentation Note number 000070 is another rare and impressive item. Not seen since 1980, this is one of the finest notes of this very rare and important issue, and is well priced. Other key items of note include a very rare Consecutive Pair of 10 Shillings 1918, the finest of three pairs known, and a very rare “Rainbow” Pound, one of our most interesting and attractive notes of the series. Choice grade George V issues, so hard to find in UNC now include a 10 Shillings 1926 Kell-Collins, and a superb 1 Pound Pair 1923 Miller-Collins, with both lots lovely fresh and crisp notes. Some rare Pre Federation issues include a gVF 1 Pound Colonial Bank, Issued and Specimen notes, and three Rare Superscribed issues. Also there is an interesting selection of Internment and War Related issues. Specimen notes are highlighted by both an important Type 3 TAA Presentation Set from the Cargo manager involved in the foiled robbery attempt, as well as a signed Type I set, both in their original albums of issue. A number of other interesting and unusual lots are scattered right through the catalogue, along with some lovely Brittish, World and Proclamation Coins, interesting Mis-Struck Coins and Misprinted Banknotes, and some rare Pattern issues, including a unique $25 Princess Diana Pattern Proof. This Sale really has something for every collector and all budgets. Whilst I have only touched the surface and glossed over the numerous superb items in this sale, I would urge everyone where possible to come and view these many magnificent rarities in person. Even though I personally think we have the best and most accurate photography, it is hard to do justice to many of these amazing items. I would also strongly suggest to all to give serious consideration to the many classic rarities on offer, for you never know when many of them will ever be seen again, and at what price….There is no doubting that now is the right time to buy or invest, and with Numismatic markets around the world surging to new highs, this may well be the last time so many fantastic buying opportunities are assembled in one sale.

Happy Collecting to all! Please Note: With such a quick turn-around between our sales this year, we have only a short amount of time and space, and thus will only be accepting a limited number of high quality only consignments. Submissions for the next auction, Sale 75 (to be held in late September 2011), will be closed off by late July at the latest. Please contact us Now to ensure that you don’t miss out.

All Viewing: - Brisbane - ANDA Fair, 21st and 22nd May There will be 2 days of Viewing at the Auction Venue, Westin Hotel, 205 Collins St Melbourne - 1st and 2nd June By Appointment only in our Offices - Friday 27th and Monday 30th of May. Level 2 - Sonata - Cnr. Queensland Avenue & Surf Parade - Broadbeach. Ph: (07) 55 380 300 - Email: mail@iagauctions.com


office on: (07) 55 380 300. Alternatively you can email us at: mail@iagauctions.com Direct Bank Payments/Postage: Please advise us if you are paying by electronic transfer, to ensure that your payments get processed effectively. Make sure to include your name and invoice number in your payment. Please note that items won’t usually be dispatched before three days after cleared payment has been confirmed. Where possible, all items will be posted on a Monday or Tuesday.

Thursday 2nd June 2011 Westin Hotel, 205 Collins St Melbourne.

Important Auction Information:

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Westin Room IV, Level One. Westin Room III, Level One.

Happy Collecting to All.

Viewing and Auction Times – Viewing – All day Wednesday 1st June 10am to 6pm. Auction day viewing Thursday 2nd June 10am to Auction Session 1 start at 3pm. Limited viewing between Session 1 and Session 2 on Auction day at 5.30pm until 7pm. The final Session will then commence at 7pm. We estimate that this final Session will take approximately 2 and a half hours to complete. Please visit the website www.iagauctions.com for further details and a map of the venue location, along with enhanced picture highlights and item information. Other Viewing: 2 days in Brisbane:- At the Brisbane ANDA fair, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd at the Fair venue, Brisbane Table Tennis Centre, 86 Green Terrace, Windsor. There will also be limited viewing for local clients prior to the sale on Friday 27th May and Monday 30th May in our offices by appointment only, 9am-5pm. Level 2, 2022 Queensland Avenue, Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland. There will be no Sydney viewing this Sale. Please call our office on (07) 55 380300 for any further details, or for information regarding viewing appointments, or email us at mail@iagauctions.com Payment: All amounts are in Australian Dollars. Credit Cards (accepted with signature & full address details): MasterCard, Visa & AMEX only. A Surcharge of 3% will also be applied to all AMEX card charges only. Buyers Premium: A 16.5% Buyers Premium will be added on to the knock-down price of all lots. Additional credit card charges will be waived with any payments made with either Visa or MasterCard. Postal Bidders: Will be advised of successful bids, and items will be dispatched only upon receipt of payment in full. Unsuccessful postal bidders will be notified, and will receive an auction prices realised. All postal bidders please note bids must be received no later than 6pm Wednesday 1st June 2011 please, although earlier is advised. Please keep in mind that the earliest received bid will always get preference in the case of there being two or more identical high bids registered. Postal bids can now also be submitted direct via the website: www.iagauctions. com click either the online bidding form in the downloads section, or on the click here to bid icon at the bottom right. Postage and Insurance: We have simplified all postage and packaging charges now. All postage will be charged at $5 per 500 grams for registered mail, or at our cost price. Smaller lots under $200 will be sent normal mail unless otherwise specified, at no charge. Items over $200 will not be insured at all unless requested. Insurance is charged at $1 per $100 upon request. Credit Cards: Successful buyer’s lots will be processed and dispatched for existing clients upon clearance of all funds. At our discretion we reserve the right to hold new clients lots who pay by credit card for up to 60 days. All postal bid payments are to be completely finalised within 14 days of sale please. For any more information please contact us during business hours at our Page 4

ANZ Broadbeach Paradise Coins Pty Ltd. T/A International Auction Galleries 014 513 1027 43868

Session 1 - 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Lot Numbers

World Coins Australian Proclamation Coins Australian Pre Decimal Coins Holey Dollars & Dumps Australian Internment Camp Tokens Australian War Related Banknotes Australian Pre Decimal Banknotes World Gold Coins First Prefix Australian Banknotes Last Prefix Australian Banknotes Australian Solid Serial Numbered Banknotes Australian Interesting Serial Numbered Banknotes Australian Decimal Banknotes Misprinted Australian Banknotes World Banknotes Patterns, Trials & Restrikes Ancient Coins Miscellaneous Australian Coins

1 - 41 42 - 86 87 - 179 180 - 181 182 - 190 191 - 197 198 - 243 244 - 248 249 - 261 262 - 271 272 - 279 280 - 285 286 - 303 304 - 313 314 - 317 318 - 325 326 - 331 332 - 340

Session 2 - 7:00pm - 9:30pm British Coins Irish & Scottish Coins Australian Gold Coins Australian and Related Coin Rarities Superior Australian Pre Decimal Coins Australian Pre Federation Banknotes Australian Superscribed Banknotes Superior Australian Pre Decimal Banknotes The Alice Springs Collection Australian Pre Decimal Proof Coins Australian Pre Decimal Starnotes Australian Decimal Starnotes Australian Decimal Specimen Banknotes Mistruck Error Coins Australian Medallions Miscellaneous Tokens & Medallions

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341 - 376 377 - 384 385 - 443 444 - 454 455 - 553 554 - 568 569 - 571 572 - 606 607 - 697 698 - 718 719 - 723 724 - 733 734 - 737 738 - 753 754 - 756 757 - 760


9 German New Guinea Two Pfennig 1894A. Some lustre. EF $350-375 1 Austria Thaler 1848A. EF

$110-120

2 Bolivia Cob 8 Reales 1665-1700. Charles II. Shipwreck coin. gFINE $300-320 3 British West Africa Shilling 1952. Trial strike in stainless steel. aUNC $240-250

10 German New Guinea Half Mark 1894A. Lustrous. aUNC $600-650 11 German New Guinea Half Mark 1894A. NGC graded AU 58. Nicely toned. aU/UNC $650-700

4 British West Indies Quarter Dollar 1822. Anchor. gVF $180-200 5 Canada 10 Cents UNC./Ch.UNC

1911.

Dark

tone. $270-280 12 German New Guinea Half Mark 1894A. NGC graded MS 65. A brilliant coin with full mint bloom. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC/GEM $1400-1500

6 Canada 10 Cents 1929. Toned. Ch.UNC

$340-350

7 Dalmatia Tallero 1708. Ragusa. aVF

$280-300

8 France Ecu 1730 Louis XV. gEF/aUNC

$240-260

13 German New Guinea One Mark 1894A. gVF $280-300 14 German New Guinea One Mark 1894A. gVF $350-375 15 German New Guinea One Mark 1894A. Dark toned. gVF $350-375

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16 German New Guinea One Mark 1894A. Lightly toned. UNC/Ch.UNC $1100-1200 17 German New Guinea Two Mark 1894. Light tone. aVF $325-350

22 Hawaii Dollar 1883. Scarce. aVF

$425-450

23 New Zealand ‘Strapless’ Penny 1956. gVF

$140-150

24 New Zealand Florin 1941. UNC

$270-280

25 New Zealand Florin 1946. UNC/Ch.UNC

$180-200

18 German New Guinea Two Mark 1894A. Possibly lightly polished. gEF/aUNC $700-750

19 Germany Thaler 1721C. Brunswick Wolfenbuttel DAV-212. NGC graded AU 55, in large oversized slab. The “Wild man” Thaler. gEF $480-500

26 New Zealand Halfcrown 1937. Light tone. UNC/Ch.UNC $300-320 27 New Zealand Halfcrown 1943. UNC/Ch.UNC

$240-250

28 New Zealand Halfcrown 1945. Ch.UNC

$270-280

20 Germany Thaler 1855A. Anhalt-Bern burg. Toned. UNC $150-160

29 New Zealand 1935 Waitangi Proof set of 6 coins, Threepence to Crown. NGC graded PF 63 on the Crown, the balance PR 65 and Pr 66. Some light tone with mint bloom. Rare. FDC $13000-14000

21 Hawaii Half Dollar 1883. VF

$240-250

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30 New Zealand 2 cent 1983 Mistruck. Struck on a 1 cent blank. Scarce. UNC $180-200

37 USA Half Dollar 1936. Arkansas Centennial Robinson. Ch.UNC $280-300 38 USA Half Dollar 1936. Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition. Ch.UNC $220-240

31 Rhodesia & Nyasaland 1955 Proof Six pence. Minted in cupro-nickel, only 10 known. Rare. FDC $450-500

39 USA Dollar 1802. Draped bust, Heraldic Eagle Reverse. Lovely deep old gunmetal tone with flashes of red. Rare in this grade. aUNC $7000-7500

32 Switzerland Thaler 1748, Zurich. City view. Some toning and attractive. aEF $350-380

40 West Indies Tortola c1805-24. 2 Shillings. Cut segment from a Spanish 8 Reales. FINE $450-500

33 Switzerland Thaler 1876. Lausanne, city view. Toned. gVF $270-300

41 West Indies Tortola 1801. 4 Shillings, 1 1/2 Pence. Cut segment from a Spanish 8 Re ales. Scarce. gFINE $650-700

34 USA Proof Half Dollar 1882. Seated Lib erty type. Superb red and blue peripheral tone. Scarce. FDC $1600-1700 35 USA Half Dollar 1923. Monroe Doctrine Centenary. Ch.UNC $240-250

36 USA Half Dollar 1934. Daniel Boone Bi Centennial. UNC/Ch.UNC $250-275

42 Chile Gold 8 Escudos 1792. Some lustre. Scarce. aUNC $2400-2500

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43 GB Cartwheel Penny 1797. George III. VF $180-200 44 GB Cartwheel Penny 1797. George III. hint of red. aEF $300-325 45 GB Cartwheel Twopence 1797. George III. gVF $180-200

51 GB Gold Guinea 1774 George III. Fourth bust. EF $1100-1200

46 GB Cartwheel Twopence 1797. George III. aEF $250-270

52 GB Gold Guinea 1785 George III. Fourth bust (S. 3728). VF $800-850 47 GB Cartwheel Twopence 1797. George III. Some traces of red. aUNC $425-450 53 GB Gold Guinea 1791 George III. Fifth bust. VF $800-850 48 GB Gold Half Guinea 1798/7 overdate. George III. Scarce. gVF $650-700 54 GB Gold Guinea 1793 George III. Fifth bust. Some lustre. gEF $950-1000

49 GB Gold Half Guinea 1801. Sixth bust. gEF $700-750

50 GB Gold Half Guinea 1810. Seventh bust. gVF $500-550

55 GB Gold Guinea 1795 George III. Fifth bust. Few small marks. gVF $750-800

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62 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1751MF. Fer dinand VI. gVF $375-400 63 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1756MM. Ferdinand VI. Dark tone. gVF $325-350

56 GB Gold Guinea 1795 George III. Fifth bust. gVF/aEF $800-850

64 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1756MM. Ferdinand VI. Peripheral tone. gVF $325-350

57 GB Gold Guinea 1798. George III. Some mint bloom. gEF/aUNC $950-1000

65 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1757MM. Ferdinand VI. I counterstamp. Toned. aEF $400-440

58 India Gold Pagoda. Madras Presidency 1740-1807. aEF $325-350

66 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1757MM. Ferdinand VI. Peripheral tone. aEF $400-440

59 India Gold Star Pagoda. Madras Presi dency 1740-1807. aEF $375-400

67 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1759MM. Ferdinand VI. gVF/aEF $400-450 68 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1809 TH. Fer dinand VII. Lustrous. gEF $300-350 69 Netherlands Quarter Gulden 1759. VF

60 India Gold 2 Pagoda Madras Presidency 1805-1815. Scarce. aU/UNC $900-1000

$70-80

70 Netherlands Guilder 1793. Holland. Slight verdigris. EF $325-350

61 Mexico Pillar Dollar 8 Reales 1740MF. Phillip V. gEF $480-500

71 Netherlands Three Gulden 1794. Utrecht. Full mint bloom. Scarce. UNC $600-700

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72 Netherlands Three Gulden 1795. Utrecht. aVF $240-250 73 Netherlands Gold Ducat 1631, Gelderland. NGC graded MS 61. aUNC $800-850

80 Portugal Half Johanna 1792R. Maria I. NGC graded MS 61. Scarce. aU/UNC $1900-2000

74 Netherlands Gold Ducat 1738. Holland. aEF $500-550 75 Netherlands Gold Ducat 1768. Zeeland. VF $200-220

81 Portugal Half Johanna 1805R. Maria I. NGC graded AU 58. Scarce. aUNC $1800-1900

76 Netherlands Gold Ducat 1780. Mint lus tre. UNC/Ch.UNC $1000-1100 77 Peru 8 Reales 1816 JP. Ferdinand VII. gEF/aUNC

82 Portugal Gold Johanna 1730M. John V. NGC graded AU 58. Well struck example. Scarce. aU/UNC $11000-12000

$220-240 83 Portugal Gold Johanna 1732M. John V. Ex mount, polished. VF $3500-3750

78 Portugal Half Johanna 1741R. John V. NGC graded AU 53. Scarce type. EF $2800-3000 79 Portugal Half Johanna 1774R. Joseph I. NGC graded AU 58. Scarce. aUNC $2000-2200 Page 10

84 Portugal Gold Johanna 1732M. John V. A nice example. EF $8000-8500

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85 Portugal Gold Johanna 1732M. John V. NGC graded AU 55. Scarce. aUNC

$10000-11000

91 1939 Roo. Brown and red. UNC

$300-320

92 1940. Brown and red. UNC

$140-150

93 1941. Brown with a hint of lustre. UNC

86 Spain 8 Reales 1776JR Charles III. A superior example. aUNC $650-700

Penny 94 1911. Brown with some red. UNC

$40-50

$180-200

Halfpenny 87 1916. Brown with some red. UNC

$170-180

88 1920. Brown with some red. aUNC

$100-110

95 1912. UNC

$500-550

96 1915. Brown with trace lustre. EF

$350-375

97 1916. Brown and red. UNC

$200-220

98 1923. Mostly brown. UNC

$270-280

89 1923. Key date. gF/aVF

$1800-1900

99 1925. Key date. Hint of 7/8th Pearls, full centre diamond. Scarce. gVF/aEF $350-400

90 1923. Key date. 6 pearls. aVF

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115 1934/3 Overdate. FINE 116 1947. PCGS graded MS 66. GEM UNC

100 1925. Key date. Small Obverse scratch. aEF $400-450 $110-120

102 1947Y. Some red lustre. Scarce. gEF/aUNC $110-120

Threepence 103 1910. Toned. UNC

$100-120

Sixpence

101 1946. Key date. gVF/aEF

$60-70

$80-90

117 1910. Cleaned of old tone. aUNC

$100-110

118 1920. Some lustre. EF

$170-180

119 1926. UNC

$280-300

120 1928. UNC

$280-300

121 1936. Ch.UNC

$280-300

Complete Sixpence Set 122 1910. Toned, well struck with obverse scratches. Also 1925. (2 coins total). aUNC-gVF $100-120

123 1910. Light tone. Ch.UNC

$350-400

104 1910. Toned. Ch.UNC

$140-150

105 1911. aUNC

$130-140

106 1912. Old tone. EF

$300-325

107 1914. gEF

$240-250

108 1915. Key date. Old tone. aVF

124 1911. Light old tone. UNC

$150-170

125 1912. gEF/aUNC

$300-350

126 1914. Light tone. aU/UNC

$400-450

127 1916 M. Cleaned. gEF

$220-240

109 1916. gEF

$80-100

$1100-1200

110 1918. aUNC

$120-140

111 1919. aUNC

$120-140

112 1921M. Mint bloom. Ch.UNC

$350-375

113 1927. Toned. aU/UNC

$100-110

114 1934. Light tone. UNC

$180-200

128 1917 M. Some wear to feathers. aU/UNC $600-700

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$200-250

137 1926. Light tone. UNC

$250-300

138 1927. Struck from slightly deteriorated dies. UNC $250-300

129 1918 M. Light tone. aUNC

136 1925. Toned. gEF/aUNC

$900-100

130 1919 M. Little wear, but reverse surface scratching. gEF $150-180

139 1928. UNC/Ch.UNC

$300-325

140 1934. Light tone. UNC

131 1920 M. UNC/Ch.UNC

$1200-1400

$1700-1800

132 1921. Some surface scratching. gEF/aUNC $180-200 141 1935. Scarce. Ch.UNC 133 1922. A little flat on feathers as usual. Rare. UNC $2000-2200

$1500-1700

142 1936. Cameo Obverse with mint bloom. Ch.UNC/GEM $350-400 143 1939 Scarce. UNC

$200-225

144 1940. UNC/Ch.UNC

$200-225

134 1923. Very light wear. aU/UNC

$800-900

145 1952. Light tone. A better than usual example. Scarce. UNC/Ch.UNC $450-500 146 1953. Nice example. Ch.UNC

135 1924. Touch of wear on feathers. Scarce. UNC $1500-1600

$350-400

147 Proofs 1955, 1956 & 1957. (3 coins total). FDC $350-400

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148 Proofs 1956 (light golden tone), 1957 (matte) & 1963 (tone spots on rim). (3 coins total). aFDC $270-280 149 Proofs 1958, 1959 & 1960 (light tone on Obv). (3 coins total). FDC $300-325 150 Proofs 1961, 1962 & 1963. (3 coins total). FDC $300-325

160 1921 Star. Also 1932. (2 coins total). aFINE 161 1922. gVF/aEF

$35-40 $100-120

162 1924. aVF

$70-80

163 1933. Key date. VG

$50-60

151 Remains of a complete set 1938-51 Edward VII. All dates except 1939, 1940, & 1952, two 1943D. (19 coins total). UNC $250-300 152 Remains of a complete set 1954-63 QEII (no 1953). Two 1954 & 1963. (12 coins total). UNC-Ch.UNC $180-200

Shilling

164 1935. Toned. UNC

$300-325

Florin 165 1910. Type coin. VF

$200-220

166 1914H. Key date. gFINE

$180-200

167 1915H. gF/aVF

$140-150

168 1919. Cleaned. aVF

$140-150

169 1921. gFINE

$110-120

170 1922. gF/aVF

$110-120

171 1923. aVF

$120-140

172 1924. aVF

$100-120

173 1926. Light tone. aEF

$250-260

174 1927. Light tone with some bloom. gEF/aUNC

$200-220

$90-100

175 1932. Key date. VG

$100-110

159 1920. gVF/aEF

$180-200

176 1932. Key date. VG

$100-110

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153 1910. Sharp strike. UNC 154 1911. VF

$400-425 $70-80

155 1911. Old deep tone. gEF

$250-275

156 1914. Peripheral tone. EF

$90-100

157 1915. Polished. aVF 158 1918. Peripheral tone with lustre. EF

$200-220


177 1932. Key date. aFINE

$140-150

Crown 178 1937. aUNC

$40-45

179 1938. Toned. A few usual surface marks. aUNC $400-425

180 Dump Fifteen Pence 1813 NSW. Mira dies type D/2. Strong underlying traces of original coin. Scarce. FINE $18000-20000

181 Dump Fifteen Pence 1813 NSW. Mira dies type D/2. Grainy appearance but little actual wear with a sharpness to the strike. Dark toned. Rare. VF $23000-24000

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186 Internment Camp Two Shillings WW II. No central hole. Brown, with a hint of red. Very rare as such. UNC $4400-4500

182 Internment Camp Penny WW II. No cen tral hole. Rare as such. gEF $1400-1500

187 Internment Camps Two Shillings WWII. Nearly full mint red. UNC $1600-1700 183 Internment Camps Penny WWII. With central hole displaced & punched thro ugh the ‘CAM’ of the word Camps. Unu sual and rarely seen this far off centre. VF $1400-1500

188 Internment Camps 5 Shillings WW II. Nearly full red. Rare in this grade. Ch.UNC $7500-8000

184 Internment Camps Threepence WW II. Brilliant red. UNC

$300-325

185 Internment Camps Shilling WW II. Traces of lustre. EF $500-550 Page 16

189 Liverpool, NSW German Internment Camp WW I circular issue. Type Ia, struck in aluminium. Very rare aUNC $4000-4500

190 Liverpool, NSW German Internment Camp WW I Threepence. Type II, struck in aluminium. Rare aEF $2000-2200

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191 German New Guinea Treasury Note, Rabaul Five Marks, 14-10-1914. Serial no 00879. Issued by Australian troops, signed by Sgt Ben Price & Capt Walter Fry. Very rare. VG/FINE $24000-25000

192 Great Britain Treasury Note, John Brad bury Ten Shillings 1915. Over-printed in red in Turkish Arabic “Piastres Silver 60” for circulation during WWI in Brit ish occupied Gallipoli (Dardanelles cam paign), Palestine & Iraq. Used by Aus tralian, New Zealand and British sol diers. Ex Nobles Nov 2006, lot 2655 and Nov 2007, lot 2615. Rare, especially in this unworn condition. gVF $3000-3250

194 Hay Internment Camps Sixpence WW II. Camp 7, 1-3-1941 Mendel-Stahl. Rare. aEF $8500-9000

193 Great Britain Treasury Note, John Brad bury One Pound 1915. Over-printed in red in Turkish Arabic “Piastres Silver 120” for circulation during WWI in Brit ish occupied Gallipoli (Dardanelles), Palestine & Iraq. Used by Australian, New Zealand and british soldiers. A few minor edge tears. Very rare. gFINE $6500-7000

195 Hay Internment Camps One Shilling WW II. Camp 7, 1-3-1941 Mendel-Stahl. Scarce. gVF $12000-14000

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196 Hay Internment Camps One Shilling WW II. Camp 7, 1-3-1941 Epstein-Stahl. Very rare signatures, the scarcest note of all the Hay issues. aU/UNC $32000-34000 202 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 9). Crisp, small edge splits. gVF $2700-2800 203 1934 Riddle-Sheehan (R 10). Small tears. FINE $500-550 197 Sudan 1884 100 Piastres. Khartoum Seige Banknote issued and handsigned by General Gordon, with seal of Gover nor General of Sudan in 1885. Australia sent a Battalion and Artillery Battery to support the British troops in WWI. Printed on multi-layered card. Stains. Very rare. FINE $400-500

198 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 3bL). Last prefix N-Z, worn. VG $1100-1200

200 1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). aFINE

$1000-1100 $600-650

201 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 9). Dirty, small tears. VG $550-600 Page 18

$700-750

205 1936 Riddle-Sheehan (R 11). Crisp. EF

$2250-2500

206 1939 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 12). gEF/aUNC

$1100-1200

207 1939 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 12). aUNC

$1200-1300

208 1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 13). gEF

Ten Shillings

199 1926 Kell-Collins (R 5). FINE

204 1936 Riddle-Sheehan (R 11). Cleaned. aVF

209 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 14). UNC

$300-350 $1100-1200

210 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 15). Crisp, centre bends and handling. Consecutive pair. aUNC $800-900 211 1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 17). UNC

$200-220

212 1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 17). Consecutive run of 5. Light centre bend, spot on last note on Reverse. aU/UNC $480-500

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One Pound 213 1926 Kell-Collins (R 24). Crisp, slight stain. aVF $900-950 214 1926 Kell-Collins (R 24L). Last prefix H/80. Rust. aFINE $550-600 215 1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). aVF/VF $700-750 216 1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Crisp. EF/gEF $1800-2000 217 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 28). aEF

$1000-1100

218 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 28). aUNC 219 1938 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 29). aUNC

230 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 44aL). Last prefix R/9, edge split. FINE $1100-1200 231 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 44b). Edge tears, crisp. gFINE $450-500 232 1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). EF

$650-700

233 1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). Slight stain. aUNC $1000-1100

$1400-1500

234 1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). aU/UNC

$2000-2200

$800-900

235 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 48). EF

$600-650

220 1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 30a). Consec utive trio. aUNC $1500-1600 221 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 32). UNC

229 1932 Riddle-Sheehan (R 43). Edge tear. Scarce. gFINE $1600-1700

$1100-1200

222 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 32). Consecutive pair. aU/UNC $480-500 223 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 32). Consecutive pair. Light centre bend. aU/UNC $480-500

236 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 48). aUNC

$1300-1400

237 1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 50). aUNC

$300-320

Ten Pound 238 1934 Riddle-Sheehan (R 57). Small edge split repair. gFINE $1000-1100 239 1943 Armitage-McFarlane (R 59). gVF

$550-600

224 1953 Coombs-Wilson (R 33). Consecutive trio. UNC $550-600

240 1943 Armitage-McFarlane (R 59). Cleaned. aEF $750-800

225 1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34a). Consecutive run of 10. UNC $2100-2200

241 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 60). aEF

Five Pound

242 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 60F). First prefix V/15. EF $1600-1700

226 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 37b). Worn. Type note. VG/aFINE $2200-2400

243 1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 63). UNC

$800-850

$1600-1700

227 1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 42). Cleaned. FINE $1000-1100 228 1932 Riddle-Sheehan (R 43). Some rust. toning. VG $650-700

244 Austria 25 Schillings 1928. UNC

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245 France 50 Francs 1858A. Slight Obverse scratch. aEF $650-700 246 Greece Gold 20 Drachmai 1884. gVF

$500-550

250 1953 Coombs-Wilson HA 00 000 837. Very low serial number, perhaps the lowest known. Light surface marks. Scarce. gEF $2600-2800 251 1953 Coombs-Wilson HA 00. gVF

$1050-1100

Five Pound

247 USA Gold Dollar 1862. gVF

$325-350

252 1941 Armitage-McFarlane R/34. aEF

248 USA Gold $20 1904 S. San Francisco Mint. A few contact marks, but with mint bloom. UNC $1600-1700

253 1961 Coombs-Wilson TB/41. Scarce. gVF/aEF

$900-1000

$1100-1200

Two Dollar 254 1966 Coombs-Wilson FAA (R 81F). UNC $2000-2200 255 1966 Coombs-Wilson FAA (R 81F). Con secutive trio. UNC $5800-6000

Ten Shillings

Twenty Dollar 256 1967 Coombs-Randall XBQ. EF

$1300-1400

Fifty Dollar 249 1954 Coombs-Wilson Bank AC/00. EF

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257 1974 Phillips-Wheeler YAA. Consecutive pair. aUNC $1000-1100

Commonwealth $1200-1300

258 1976 Knight-Wheeler centre thread YAV. UNC $350-400

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259 1979 Knight-Stone YDA. UNC

$300-320

One Hundred Dollar 260 1984 Johnston-Stone ZAA. Consecutive pair. UNC $750-800

Sets

265 1961 Coombs-Wilson HK/65. Final circu lating prefix. Consecutive pair. With original top bundle label. Scarce. UNC $6000-6500

Ten Pound

261 Matched set of first prefix pairs. Consists of $5 Coombs-Randall NAA consecutive pair, $50 Phillips-Wheeler YAA consecu tive pair, $100 Johnston-Stone consecutive pair. Ex Archive set. (6 notes total). aU-UNC $5250-5500

266 1954 Coombs-Wilson WA/28. Crisp. gVF

$1500-1600

Five Dollar 267 1992 Fraser-Cole AB19. Catalogues at $2,350. UNC $1200-1400

Ten Shillings

Twenty Dollar

262 1952 Coombs-Wilson B/49. gVF 263 1954 Coombs-Wilson AF/19. Crisp. EF 264 1961 Coombs-Wilson gVF

$800-900

$1400-1500

Reserve AH/65.

268 1967 Coombs-Randall XBS. gEF/aUNC $1700-1800 269 1974 Phillips-Wheeler XLH. aUNC

$450-500

Fifty Dollar $600-650

270 1999 McFarlane-Evans Polymer PE 99. Consecutive run of 4. UNC $800-900

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Five Dollar 276 1997. Solid serials NZR 666 666. UNC

$400-425

271 Type set of four notes Ten Shillings to Ten Pound. Matching serials 999 359. From a 25th Anniversary set. (4 notes). UNC $5000-5500

277 2006. Solid serials FC, FD, FE 06 888 888. Matching solid serials consecutive trio. (3 notes total). Popular 8’s serials. Scarce. UNC $1200-1400

Ten Dollar One Pound 272 1961 Solid serials HC 29 999 999. Minor edge tears. Scarce. VG/aFINE $350-400

One Dollar 273 1976. Solid serials CDQ 222 222. aUNC

278 1974. Solid serials SUP 999 999. Scarce. UNC $650-700

Twenty Dollar 279 1974. Solid serials VCX 333 333. aEF

$300-325

$400-425

Two Dollar One Dollar 280 1982. Radar serials 898898. Consecutive trio. aUNC $180-200 274 1966. Solid serials FAD 333 333. Rare very early Commonwealth issue. UNC $525-550

Two Dollar

275 1966. Solid serials FAD 666 666. Rare very early Commonwealth issue. UNC $525-550 Page 22

281 1976. Number 1 serials JAB 000001. Rare. UNC $1100-1200

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282 1997. From specimen sheet, serials CA 97 000 000. Very rare, only 40 printed. UNC $4000-4250

287 1976 Knight-Wheeler DBP Test note, with double fold paper. Original bundle of 100. Rare. Catalogues at $18,000. UNC $11000-12000

Twenty Dollar

283 2007. From specimen sheet, serials BL 07 000 000. Very rare, only 40 printed. UNC $4250-4500

One Hundred Dollar 284 1996 Polymer. AX 96 Test Note. UNC

$500-550

285 1996 Polymer. BO 96 Test Note. UNC

$500-550

One Dollar

288 1982 Johnston-Stone DPS & DPR. Last & 2nd last prefix, with all matching serials. Bundles of 100. (2 bundles total). Rare. UNC $5500-6000

Two Dollar

289 1966 Coombs-Wilson. Bundle of 100. Scarce, with original Reserve Bank bundle wrapper. UNC $5250-5500

Five Dollar 286 1969 Phillips-Randall (R 73). Bundle of 100. With original Reserve Bank stamped bundle wrapper. UNC $4000-4250

290 1976 Knight-Wheeler Gothic side thread (R 206b). 11 consecutive notes. UNC $280-300 291 1979 Knight-Stone (R 207b). 20 consecu tive notes. UNC $280-300

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Ten Dollar 292 1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 309). Serials TEN. 10 consecutive notes. UNC $280-300

Twenty Dollar

302 1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 612). 10 consecu tive notes. UNC $1200-1400 303 1991 Fraser-Cole (R 613). Consecutive pair. UNC $230-240

293 1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 401). Light bend. 4 consecutive notes. aUNC $110-120 294 1967 Coombs-Randall (R 402). Crisp. gVF/aEF

$750-800

One Dollar

295 1967 Coombs-Randall (R 402). Consecu tive pair. Light hint of a centre bend. Scarce. UNC $10000-12000 296 1976 Knight-Wheeler Gothic centre thread (R 406a). 3 consecutive notes. UNC $300-350

304 1979. Ink fade out of the intaglio on Ob verse, approx 13x37mm oval patch around numeral 1 on top right corner. Consecutive trio. Interesting error. UNC $700-800

Ten Dollar

297 1985 Johnston-Fraser OCR-B (R 409a). First note with slight ink marks from stor age. 6 consecutive notes. UNC $200-220

Fifty Dollar

298 1983 Johnston-Stone (R 508). 3 consecutive notes. UNC $280-300

305 1974. Massive registration shift on back, 6-7mm downwards. Part of above note on the sheet printed above. Ex Nicholson col lection, and the plate note inAustralian Dec imal Banknotes (pp 177). Small tear at top. Very rare. VF $3250-3500

299 1997 Evans-McFarlane matched prefix pair (R 518a), and 2005 McFarlane-Henry run of 4 (R 520c). (6 notes). UNC $380-400

Twenty Dollar

One Hundred Dollar 300 1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 609). 3 consecu tive notes. UNC $380-400

306 1979. Ink fade of intaglio (black) print along bottom 25% on Reverse. EF $180-200

301 1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 609). 4 consecu tive notes. UNC $480-500

307 1985. Registration shift 5mm to left on Ob verse. aUNC $280-300

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308 1990. Missing all intaglio (black) print phase on Obverse. Scarce. aUNC $2200-2400 309 1994 polymer. Ink fade/smudge on Obverse causing part of design to be missing. UNC $160-180

Fifty Dollar

311 1976. Missing all black (intaglio) print phase on front, with checkers mark on left hand side, and serials only printed. With the previous and proceeding note in sequence. Rare, and an early error. VF $4250-4500

310 1976. Large registration shift on Reverse, 6mm downwards. aEF $500-550

312 1990. Serial numbers printed upside down on Obverse at top. Checkers hand- stamped serial number (756920) on bot tom left. Rare. UNC $1800-2000

313 One Hundred Dollar 1985. Missing all black (intaglio) print phase on front, and also missing serial umber phase on back. Also a registration shift on back (3 mm), with a minor ink smudge top right. An amazing 4 seperate errors on the one note. Very rare. UNC $4000-4500 International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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317 Great Britain One Pound Bank of Eng land 1966 Fforde signature misprints. Mis-matched serials, last number mis matched. Consecutive pair both with identical serials. Probably unique. An exceptional error pair. Rare. aUNC $1300-1400 314 Fiji 1942 Emergency Issue One Shilling Uncut Sheet of 6. These were issued after WW II to combat the shortage of coinage due to the war. Small tear R/H side else. UNC $450-500 315 Government of Hong Kong 1935 One Dol lar. First year of issue. aVF $250-275

318 Bronze 1 cent Blank Scissel. Seldom seen outside the Mint, a ‘Scissel’ is the metal remaining after the blanks have been punched from a sheet of metal. This portion of scissel measures 124x182mm. Ex The Banking & Currency Museum Sale. Rare. $300-350

316 Great Britain One Pound Bank of Eng land 1970-77 Misprints. Run of four, all with 3rd serial number missing due to number jam. UNC $600-650

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319 Copper $2 Blank Scissel. Seldom seen outside the Mint, a ‘Scissel’ is the metal remaining after the blanks have been punched from a sheet of metal. This por tion of scissel measures 193x260mm. Ex The Banking & Currency Museum Sale. Rare. $350-400

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320 1967 Pattern Proof “Goose” Dollar. Plain edge type in original red box. Light ton ing. Comes with a small card noting: The delay in forwarding your Proof Crown” has been caused by difficulties in Striking in London. We regret this and hope that, now you have your “Crown”, you will be proud of it’s outstanding quality. - The Australian Coin Review’. Scarce. FDC $1400-1500

321 1992 Matte Proof $5 Silver Year of Space Pattern Trial Strike. The Mint acciden tally released a small number of these in a matte finish (rather than the usual coarse finish) on the map of Australia on the Reverse. These Patterns or trials are very rare & seldom seen. FDC $375-400

322 1992 Gold Pattern Proof $25. Royal Ladies, Princess Diana. The recently discovered Pattern is from a re jected Royal Ladies Collection. Whilst the coins bear the same design, the issued coin measures 28mm and has a denomination of $250, where as this Pattern measures only 18mm and has a denomination of $25. No coins from this ‘rejected’ Pattern collection have ever surfaced before. Most earlier period pattern pieces are now priced at over the $100,000 mark. Tiny red tone spot on Obverse. A unique opportunity for the serious collector. FDC $24000-25000

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323 1993 $50 1 kilo Silver Kookaburra. Uni face Pattern in lightweight white metal. Features the Reverse design from the 1993 Proof issue. Possibly a trial piece? Also includes the standard issue 1kg coin. Pattern white metal coin in original box of issue, but does not weigh 1kg, and is undersized. (2 coins total). Very rare. FDC $6000-6500

324 1993 2oz. Platinum Koala. Uniface Trial Strike in silver. Features the Reverse design from the 1990 Proof. However, no specimen strikes were released until 1999! An exceptional decimal rarity, and probably unique. FDC $5500-5750

325 Australia 1 Pound Edward VIII Trial or Proof Banknote c.1932. An example of an undesired watermark design, which is blank except for the words ‘One Pound’ & a portrait of King Edward VIII. ‘One Pound’ is in larger text and there is a different & smaller portrait of King Edward VIII than that of the final design. Of great importance & only known by this one surviving example. The rarity & importance of this item, combined with the story of Edward VIII and his abdication to marry divorcee Wallis Simpson, suggests that this should possibly be in a museum. Unique. UNC $4000-4500

326 Ancient Greece silver Tetrashekel 384-370 BC. Sidon, Phonecia. War galley (S.5934). Ex Seabys UK, A400. VF $650-700 Page 28

327 Roman Republic gold Stater, Koson. Brutus c.42AD. aUNC $1700-1800

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328 Roman Republic Denarius. Marc Antony d.30 BC. Reverse CHORTIVM PRAETO RIARVM, Struck in honour of the Praeto rian Guard, Antony’s bodyguards. Scarce. VG-FINE $500-525

335 Penny 1925. Key date. (5 Coins). aF-gF

$280-300

336 Threepence 1911. (3 Coins). gF-gVF

$50-60

337 Sixpence 1962 Mistruck, small off centre lip. Also 5 Cent 1996 similar. (2 coins). VF

$80-90

338 Sixpence set QE II. 1953-1963. 1959. (12 coins). gEF-UNC $130-140

329 Roman Empire, AES Minerva. Claudius 41-54 AD. Nicey detailed portrait of Claudius. gVF $425-450

339 Crown 1937 and 1938. (2 coins). VF

$140-150

340 Crown 1938. (2 Coins). aVF

$200-220

End of Session I

330 Roman Empire Denarius. Vespasian 69-79 AD. Reverse Judea. Scarce. gVF $480-500

331 Roman Empire Denarius. Julia Mamaea 222-235 AD (Mother of Severus Alexan der). Obverse brockage. Rare and inter esting gVF $240-250

332 Halfpenny 1926. Also 1923 & 1942 Penny. (3 coins total). gVF-EF

$40-50

333 Halfpenny 1959. Full blazing mint red. Fresh, from a mint roll (5 coins). GEM UNC $150-200 334 Halfpenny 1959. Full blazing mint red. Fresh, from a mint roll (5 coins). GEM UNC $150-200

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345 Penny Cnut 1016-1035 (S. 1157). Quatre foil type of Cambridge, Moneyer Cnight. Dark tone. aEF $800-900

341 Celtic Silver Unit Iceni 25-38 AD (S. 436). Ecen symbol type 2, horse. EF $400-425

346 Penny Henry II 1154-1189 (S. 1337). Tealby Type A, moneyer Waltier. Scarce. aVF $550-600 347 Penny John 1199-1216 (S. 1352). London Mint, moneyer Walter. gVF/aEF $300-350

342 Anglo-Saxon Sceat c710-760AD (S. 792). Series D, type 2C. EF $250-260

343 Penny Cnut Vikings c. 898-915 AD (S. 993). CVNNETTI Small cross type. gVF/ aEF $950-1000

344 Penny Eadgar 959-975 (S. 1129). Money er Adelaver. Flan crack. EF $575-600

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348 Proof Penny Pair Cartwheel 1797 George III (S. 3777). Both Choice Proof, brown dark brown with beautiful surfaces and hues of blue iridescence. These are late Soho issues, not restrikes, and were evi dently made at almost the same moment in time. Scarce and historic. Includes original, oval leather case, intended to show both sides of the type at once (hinge damaged). FDC $4500-4750

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349 Halfgroat Henry VII 1485-1509 (S. 2262). York Mint. Archbishop Bainbridge issue. MM Martlet. gVF/VF $325-350 350 Groat Edward IV 1471-1483 (S. 2100). Lon don Mint. MM Heraldic Cinquefoil. VF $380-400

357 One Shilling James I 1603-25 (S. 2668). 3rd coinage, 6th bust, MM rose. Scarce. gVF $1000-1100

351 Groat Henry VIII 1526-1544 (S. 2337E). gVF/VF $425-450 352 Groat William IV 1836 (S. 3837). First date for William. Ch.UNC $160-180 353 Groat Victoria 1838. Mistruck. 2nd 8 of date over an 8 on side. UNC/Ch.UNC $200-220

358 One Shilling Charles I 1625-49. Group 3-1, MM Portcullis. Superb portrait with lovely tone and some lustre. aEF $1100-1200

354 One Shilling Philip & Mary 1554 (S. 2500). Full titles. Attractive. gFINE $800-900

359 One Shilling Charles I 1646 (S. 3143). Newark Seige. Some old scratching to the gilt plate. A historically interesting item. Rare. VF $3000-3200

355 One Shilling Philip & Mary 1555 (S. 2501). English titles only. FINE $475-500

360 One Shilling Commonwealth 1654 (S. 3217var). MM Sun. gF/aVF $700-750

356 One Shilling Elizabeth I 1594-96 (S. 2668). Lovely deep old tone. gVF $1000-1100

361 Halfcrown Charles I 1625 (S. 2761). Group Ia2. Nicely centred. Old graffiti scratch on Obverse. gFINE $450-500

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362 Crown Anne 1707 (S. 3578). 1st bust Sexto, Roses and Plumes. Attractive old tone. Scarce. EF $3800-4000

363 Crown Victoria 1847 (S. 3883). Gothic type, lettered edge Undecimo MDCCCX LVII. Light attractive old tone. Scarce. aFDC $3800-4000

364 Silver Pound 1643/2 Charles I Oxford Mint (S. 2939 var). Rare overdate type 3/2. Obverse horseman and arms, Reverse Shrewsbury plumes and XX above declaration. Superb style and a historically significant issue. Ex IAG sale 72. Very rare. (Weight 4.2 oz). VF $15000-16000

365 Gold Crown James I 1607-9. (S. 2627). Thistle Reverse. A little weak in places. aVF $900-1000

367 Gold Guinea Anne 1713 (S. 3574). Third draped bust. Scarce and attractive. gVF $2200-2400

366 Gold Crown James I 1613-15. Fifth bust (S. 2626). VF $750-800

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368 Gold Guinea George II 1739 (S. 3675). Some mint bloom. Ex Nobles sale 82, lot 2259. Rare. EF $5250-5500

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369 Gold Guinea George II 1760 (S. 3680). Old laureate head. gFINE $900-1000

370 Gold Two Guineas 1738 George II. (S. 3677b). Some old red tone. aEF $2700-2800

371 Gold Rose Ryal 1609-1610 James I. 2nd coinage, MM key (S. 2613; N. 2080). Ex the Lingford Collection, with sharp detail throughout, with a fully struck up “Rose”, portrait and lettering. Struck on a full, broad flan. Amazingly detailed and of a superb style, this beautiful coin is also the largest of the gold issues. Pos- sibly the finest known, and in exceptional condition. gEF $50000-60000

372 Gold Half Sovereign 1912 George V. aEF

$170-180 374 One Dollar 1804 Countermark on 1792FM Mexico 8 Reales. C/S gVF. Dark tone. gVF/aEF $800-850

373 Half Dollar 1792 Countermark on Spain 4 Reales. Oval countermark, Madrid (S. 3767). NGC graded VF 35. Scarce. VF $1100-1200

375 One Dollar 1804 Counterstamp on 1795PP Potosi 8 Reales. C/S gVF. VF $800-850

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380 Ireland Groat Henry VIII & Jane Sey mour 1536-7. Dark tone. gVF $650-700

376 Proof set 1911. Set of 8 coins Penny to Halfcrown. Includes the 1911 Maundy set. Superb old tone over brilliant Proof finish. In original case of issue. FDC $700-750

381 Ireland Groat Philip & Mary 1554-58 (S. 6501D). MM Rose. Dark tone with some lustre. Scarce. VF $850-900

377 Ireland Halfpenny William & Mary 1692 (S. 6597). By Sir John Knox. VF $310-320

382 Ireland Shilling James I 1603-25 (S. 6515). 2nd coinage, 3rd bust. MM rose. Harp on Reverse. VF/gVF $625-650

378 Ireland Penny Henry III 1216-1272 (S. 6240). Dublin Mint, moneyer Ricard. VF $270-280

383 Scotland Penny William I (The Lion) 1165 1214 (S. 5027). Perth Mint, moneyer Walter. Rare. FINE $400-450

379 Ireland Groat Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn 1534-35. aVF $550-600

384 Scotland Penny James VI 1602 Merk. Scottish thistle. gFINE $725-750

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385 Adelaide Pound 1852 Type II. A well struck example with some attractive lustre. Minor edge knock on Re verse. Extremely well priced. Rare. EF $22000-24000

386 Half Sovereign 1856 Sydney Mint. Type I. Mint bloom and nice eye appeal. Very rare. UNC

$42500-45000

Half Sovereign

Catalogue Subscriptions: $15 per year. Includes 2 posted hard copies and prices realised.

387 1856 Sydney Mint. Type I. Scarce. VF

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388

1857 Sydney Mint. Type II. Well struck, a nice example. Rare. UNC

389 1858 Sydney Mint. Numerous digs and scratches both sides. FINE $190-200

$25000-26000

390 1858 Sydney Mint. Some old red tone. gVF $1200-1400

391

1858 Sydney Mint. Type II. Subtle mint bloom. Rare. UNC

$22000-24000

392 1859 Sydney Mint Type II. Full mint bloom, and well struck. Lovely eye appeal for this rare date, and sel dom seen this nice. Very rare. Ch.UNC $36000-38000 Page 36

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393

1866 Sydney Mint. Type II. Rare this grade. UNC

$38000-40000

394

1883S Shield. Bright mint bloom & well struck. A small scratch on Obverse, else a lovely example. Scarce. UNC

$8000-8500

395 1883S Shield. Type 5/3. Subdued mint lustre with virtually unmarked fields. The finest known example of this very rare type. Ex Reserve Bank Sale Nov 2005, lot 686. Ch.UNC/GEM $65000-70000 396 1900S Veiled Head. Scarce. aUNC/UNC $1200-1400 397 1902S Edward VII. UNC

$650-700

398 1906S Edward VII. aUNC/UNC

$440-460

399 1908S Edward VII. Brilliant UNC

$440-460

400 1908S Edward VII. Mint bloom. Ch.UNC $1100-1200

401 1915P George V. UNC

$450-500

402 1918P Edward V. Key date. aUNC

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403 Sovereign 1855 Sydney Mint, Type I. A superior early strike coin, with sharp deliniation of all details, including portrait and lettering. One of the finest known, and very rare as such. UNC $140000-150000

404 Sovereign 1856 Sydney Mint, Type I. With much underlying mint lustre, and well struck. One of the finest known of this type, and very rare as such. aUNC $110000-120000

Sovereign

405 1862 Sydney Mint, Type II. Well struck with mint lustre. Rare this grade. UNC $15000-16000 Page 38

406 1868 Sydney Mint, Type II. Mint lustre. Scarce. Ch.UNC $5500-6000 407 1870 Sydney Mint. VF

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417 1884M Shield. Lustrous UNC

$700-750

418 1884S Shield. UNC

$700-750

419 1885S Shield. Mint bloom. UNC/Ch.UNC $1200-1400

408 1870 Sydney Mint. Type II. Mint bloom. Scarce this grade. Ch.UNC $4500-5000

420 1885S Young Head. ACGS graded MS 62. UNC $650-700 421 1887M Jubilee Head. Ch.UNC

422 1891M Jubilee Head. Short tail variety. Ex RBA sale, lot 2132. gEF $650-700

409 1875S Young Head. Well struck. Scarce. Ch.UNC $4500-5000 410 1877M Young Head. UNC 411 1877M Young Head. Mint lustre. UNC

$700-750

$750-800 $1100-1200

412 1880S Young Head. With BP. Nice surfaces with lustre. UNC $1300-1400

423 1892M Jubilee Head. UNC/Ch.UNC

$650-700

424 1892M Jubilee Head. (5 coins total). aU/UNC

$2750-3000

425 1892M Jubilee Head. (5 coins total). aU/UNC

$2750-3000

426 1894M Veiled Head. (5 coins total). UNC

$2750-3000

427 1899P Veiled Head. Rare date. Ch.UNC $8500-9000 428 1907S Edward VII. aUNC

$500-550

429 1907S Edward VII. UNC

$450-475

413 1880S Young Head. Rare inverted “A” of Victoria variety. Rare. gVF/aEF $7800-8000

430 1908P Edward VII. UNC

$440-460

431 1908P Edward VII. Ch.UNC

$600-650

432 1909S Edward VII. UNC

$440-460

433 1910S Edward VII. UNC

$440-460

414 1883M Shield. aUNC/UNC

$2200-2300

415 1883M Young Head. UNC

$1100-1200

416 1884M Shield. aUNC

$500-550

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434 1912S, 1913M & 1914S George V. (3 coins total). UNC $1000-1100 435 1915S George V. UNC

$350-375

436 1915S George V. Ch.UNC

$400-425

437 1917S George V. Ch.UNC

$400-425

438 1919P George V. Ch.UNC

$400-425

439 1925M George V. UNC

$350-375

441 1931M George V. Small head. Scarce. gEF $480-500

442 Assorted lot of 60 sovereigns, George V. (60 coins total). aU-UNC $20000-22000

440 1929M George V. Small head. Scarce. Ch.UNC $6000-6250

443 Assorted lot of 60 sovereigns, George V. (60 coins total). aU-UNC $20000-22000

444 Holey Dollar Five Shillings 1813 NSW. Struck on a Potosi Mint Spanish Eight Reales 1804 Charles IIII. Counterstamps B/3 and II/3 (Mira 1804/15), this is one of only a handful of this rare type. Attractive old tone, and a pleasant eye appeal both with the strong countermarks and the original host coin. Ex MR Rob erts “Connoisseurs Club� in 1987, where it was offered at $24,500. In the same catalogue a Type 3 Kooka burra Penny was priced at $4,250, a 1951 Pattern Florin at $3,500, and a 5 coin 1953 proof set at $4,250. This clearly illustrates the potential of this coin. Extremely rare. gVF $190000-200000

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445 Adelaide Pound 1852. Type Ib cracked die. A nice even example on both sides, with good strong rims and clear lettering and crown. Lovely overall eye appeal at an ideal grade and price point. Very rare. aEF/EF $160000-170000

446 Adelaide Pound 1852. Type II revised die. Mint bloom and a nice even coin. Rare gEF

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447 Half Sovereign 1856 Sydney Mint Pattern Proof. A flawless proof example, with amazing eye appeal. Excep tionally rare, of historical significance, and with a fantastic pedigree. Ex Sothebys UK 1904, lot 616, King Farouk Sothebys (Egypt) 1954, lot 846, Spink Aust Sale 6 1981, lot 985, Morton & Eden 2003, lot 521 & the Quartermaster Collection June 2009, lot 233. FDC $300000-325000

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448

Half Sovereign 1893M Veiled Head Proof. A flawless Proof example of impeccable provenance. Exceptionally rare, being the only known Proof example, and with only 5 circulated pieces known, is rarer than the 1920S Sovereign. Ex Murdoch Collection Jul 1903, lot 636, Taff Collection Glendinings UK 1956, Strauss Collection UK 1999, and the Quartermaster Collection June 2009, lot 281. Superb. FDC $500000-525000

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449 Halfpenny 1916 Mule. Extremely rare variety, struck from a hybrid of dies of an Australian 1916 Halfpenny Reverse, and an Indian Quarter Anna Obverse. Struck after the outbreak of WWI, when the Royal Mint decided to delegate a portion of Australia’s copper and silver coinage to to be minted in Calcutta to foil German plans to intercept deliveries of coinage from Britain to Australia. This rare coin is believed to be of only 8-10 examples known, with this coin one of the better examples. A small Obverse edge chip doesn’t detract from the overall strong strike for this usually poor grade issue. A superb opportunity to procure a very rare and enigmatic coin, considered by some to be the rarest Australian Commonwealth coin. Ex Downies Sale June 1998, Lot 1148. Includes certificate of authenticity from Downie’s. aVF $90000-100000

450 1920 Kookaburra Penny Type 7. NGC graded MS 65. A brilliant example with some light tone. Very rare. Ch.UNC $120000-125000

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451 1921 Kookaburra Penny Type 11. NGC graded MS 64. A brilliant example with mirror fields. Rare. UNC

$85000-90000

452 1921 Kookaburra Penny Type 12. NGC graded MS 65. A brilliant, superior grade example. Rare. Ch.UNC

$75000-80000

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453 Penny 1930. An amazing coin, often described as the “Most Important Copper Coin” of the 20th Century. Possessing considerable mint red lustre and with lovely fresh surfaces. An obvious early strike, as it only just hints at the usual 1930 Penny striking weaknesses, and is sharp throughout and generally only lightly worn. Ex Spink Auctions Sale 22, 1987 (the front cover), lot 2250. Originally sold for $46,500 against an estimate of $35,000, the second top price in the sale. As a comparison, a set of 20, 50 and 100 Pound Trial specimens sold in the same sale for $29,500 (estimated current retail of over $1 Million), a Type 7 Kooka burra Penny sold for $5,000 ($155,000 now), and a cased 1916 Proof set $8,300 ($235,000 now). Also Ex Spink Sale 26, Nov 1988, Lot 906. As this coin is the finest grade circulation 1930 Penny and only known example with this amount of considerable mint red, it could well be argued that it’s uniqueness and impor tance makes it rarer than the Proof examples, of which 6 exist. Superb, and of the highest importance. gEF/aUNC $440000-450000

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454 Florin 1914H Specimen Proof. Attractive red and green irridescent gunmetal tone. Ex Birmingham Mint and Spink Sale 15 March 1985, lot 721, Spink Sale 23 October 1987, lot 1505, and the Parkhill Collection sale 46, November 1994. A brilliant coin and extremely rare, being one of three known examples. FDC $220000-225000

Halfpenny 457 1923. Key date. 6 pearls and nearly full centre diamond. Lighy cleaned and retoning. VF $1900-2000

455 1912. Nearly full mint red. Ch.UNC/GEM

$650-700

456 1918. Key date. gEF

$450-500

458 1923. Key date. 6 clear pearls. Scarce. VF

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$2700-2800

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459 1923. Key date. 6 pearls, part centre dia mond. gVF $2800-3000

460 1923. Key date. Full band with eight clear pearls, and a sharp Reverse. aEF $8500-9000

461 1923. Fully struck, with sharp details and lettering, and a full clear band, along with sharp pearls up the top band. Some slight scraping on the King’s beard. Trace of some streaky red lustre. Very rare, and one of the finest known. UNC $80000-85000

462 1924. Brown with hints of red. Scarce date. UNC $700-800

464 1939 Roo. Virtually full mint red. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC/GEM $3000-3200

Penny

463 1939 Roo. Nearly full mint red. Ch.UNC $800-900 Page 48

465 1913. Red and brown. UNC/Ch.UNC

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466 1917. Nearly full mint red, with some purple. Specimen like strike. Ch.UNC/ GEM $1300-1400

471 1922. Deep old purple and mint red. Ch.UNC $1600-1800

467 1918I. Brown with hints of red. Possibly once wiped, but a sharp coin. UNC $1000-1100

472 1924. Mostly mint red. Ch.UNC

468 1919 Dot under. Slightly patchy mint red. UNC/Ch.UNC $650-700

473 1925. Key date. aEF

469 1920 Dot below. Red and brown. UNC

474 1925. Key date. Patchy tone. aUNC/UNC $4000-4500

$1200-1400

$1300-1400

$1100-1200

470 1922. Red and brown. UNC

475 1928. Mostly bright mint red. Well struck and rare for this date. Ch.UNC/ GEM $3000-3200

$850-900

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Threepence

476 1929. Red and brown. Scarce this grade. UNC/Ch.UNC $1800-2000

482 1912. Lovely original old toning with mint bloom. One of the finest known. Very rare this grade. Ch.UNC/GEM $5500-6000

477 1930. Key date. Small dig on Obverse. Six clear pearls, and a good reverse. gFINE/aVF $26000-27000 478 1934. Mostly mint red. Ch.UNC

483 1915. Key date. Scarce. UNC/Ch.UNC $4250-4500

$380-400

479 1935. Nearly full fresh mint red. Ch.UNC/ GEM $400-450

484 1918. Mint bloom. Ch.UNC

$600-650

485 1919. Toned. UNC/Ch.UNC

$425-450

480 1940 K.G. Brown and red. Scarce this grade. UNC $1000-1100

486 1920. Deep old blue/red tone. Scarce. Ch.UNC/GEM $2000-2100

481 1946. Key date. Nearly full bright mint red, and well struck. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC/GEM $5000-5500 Page 50

487 1921M. PCGS graded MS 64. Toned with mint bloom. Ch.UNC/GEM $550-600

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488 1922/1 Overdate. Obverse dig hole, evenly well worn. Scarce. GOOD/VG $3250-3500

489 1922/1 Overdate. A nice even example, with clear “Advance Australia�. Rare. VG $4250-4500

490 1922/1 Overdate. Full centre diamond, and six clear pearls, with a hint of the 7/8th pearls. Usual weak srike due to deteriorated dies, but with a strong Reverse. Ex IAG sale 55 January 2002, IAG sale 69, March 2009, and the C. Jaggard Collection. The second finest known example. Extremely rare this grade. aEF/gEF $100000-110000

492 1926. Well struck, old tone and bloom. Ch.UNC $380-400 491 1924. Old tone and mint bloom, mirror fields. Scarce. Ch.UNC/GEM $3200-3400

493 1927. Some mint bloom. UNC/Ch.UNC

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494 1928. Superb old blue and red tone. Ch.UNC/GEM $400-450

499 1914. Old tone and well struck up. Ch.UNC

$2400-2500

495 1942M. Peripheral tone. Scarce this grade. aUNC $900-1000

500 1917. Light tone with some mint bloom. UNC $1300-1400

Sixpence 501 1921. NGC graded MS 64. Deep old tone. Ch.UNC/GEM $1200-1400 496 1910. Lovely old tone and mint bloom. Ch.UNC/GEM $650-700 497 1911. NGC graded MS 62. UNC

$900-1000

502 1923. Light tone, very sharp strike. Ch.UNC/GEM $2600-2800

498 1912. Toned. Usual flat Reverse strike. Ch.UNC $3400-3500

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503 1924. Light tone. Ch.UNC

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504 1924. Old gunmetal tone with underlying mint bloom on mirror surfaces. Virtually as struck, in specimen like condition. One of the finest, if not the finest of the date. Rare. GEM UNC $10000-11000

509 1952. Virtually as struck. Ch.UNC/GEM $800-850

Shilling

505 1928. Well struck. Ch.UNC/GEM

$500-600

510 1910. Nice type coin. UNC/Ch.UNC

$500-550

511 1915. Key date. VF

$380-400

512 1917. Old tone with lustre. Ch.UNC

$480-500

506 1934. Sharp. Ch.UNC

$1600-1700

507 1935. UNC

513 1918. Light tone wih some bloom. UNC

$400-450

$700-800

508 1939. Rare this grade. GEM UNC

514 1920. Scarce date. A few minor surface marks. aUNC $800-850

$1200-1400

515 1921 Star. Key date. aEF/EF

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516 1921 Star. Key date. Lovely soft old gunmetal toning, with underlying lustre. Fully struck, with lovely fresh surfaces. Very rare in this condition, and one of the finest known of this rare date. Ch.UNC/GEM $18000-20000

517 1931. UNC/Ch.UNC

$300-350

521 1910. Well struck, with some lustre. UNC $2400-2500

518 1933. Key date. Scarce this grade. gEF/ aUNC $2200-2400 519 1936. Light tone with lustre. Ch.UNC

$300-350

522 1910. Well struck, with a few minor Obverse marks. UNC/Ch.UNC $2700-2800

Florin

520 1910. Nice even strike with some light ton ing and mint lustre. UNC $2000-2200 Page 54

523 1913. Scarce date. 8 pearls and good strike, probably lightly cleaned. EF $1100-1200

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524 1913. Well struck for this rare date with a few minor surface marks. Rare. aUNC/ UNC $3800-4000

525 1914. Trace of toning. Scarce. UNC/Ch.UNC

$3200-3400

526 1914H. Light toning with underlying mint bloom. Lovely strike with minimal contact or wear. In the finest 3 or 4 known. A lovely accompaniment to the Specimen 1914H (Lot 454). Very rare. Ch.UNC/GEM $26000-28000

527 1916. Sharp strike with minor tone spots. Ch.UNC $2400-2500

529 1917. UNC

528 1917. Attractive old red and blue tone, a little weak in the high points. UNC $1300-1400

530 1918. UNC/Ch.UNC

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531 1919. Light attractive tone with mint bloom. Well struck. Scarce this grade. Ch.UNC $7000-7500

536 1927. Minor tone spots. UNC/Ch.UNC

$1000-1100

532 1923. Well struck. Minor peripheral tone and a few Obverse marks. UNC/Ch.UNC $4250-4500

537 1927. Orange peel surfaces with some bloom. Ch.UNC $1400-1500

533 1924. Usual strike, with a few marks. UNC $1300-1400

538 1928. UNC

$1100-1200

534 1924. Light toning and bright mint bloom. Ch.UNC $3250-3500

535 1925. Few surface marks and some bloom. UNC $1100-1200

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539 1931. Reverse toned. Ch.UNC/GEM

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540 1932. Key date. Attractive, original subdued mint bloom. Well struck with only a few very minor Obverse marks. A superb example that would be difficult to improve on. One of the finest known. Rare. Ch.UNC $22000-24000

541 1934. Light tone with some mint bloom. UNC $500-550

542 1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. Well struck, with strong wreath but a few minor surface marks. UNC $425-450

544 1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. In original blue presentation box, “The Star, Who Will It Be?” contest 1934-1935. The coin has lovely original tone with some mint bloom, and is virtually as struck, with a fully struck up wreath. The box is also in good condition. Very rare, with only a handful ever seen. Ch.UNC/GEM $1800-2000

543 1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. With Foy’s bag. A little flat on wreath. UNC $525-550

545 1935. Light tone. UNC/Ch.UNC

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$1000-1100

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546 1935. Some mint lustre. Ch.UNC 547 1936. Light tone. Ch.UNC

$1100-1200

552 1938. Mint bloom and light tone. A few very minor surface marks. UNC $550-600

$425-450

548 1936. Well struck. Ch.UNC/GEM

$425-450

553 1938. Lightly toned, with some minor contact marks to Obverse. UNC $650-700

549 1939. Old tone with soft underlying lus tre. UNC/Ch.UNC $1600-1800 554 Bank of Victoria, London 21-1-1891. Sight note for 118 pounds, 11 shillings, 2 pence, second of exchange. gVF $160-180 550 1939. NGC graded MS 63. Nice strike with good fields. Ch.UNC $2700-2800

Crown

555 National Bank of Australasia, London 15 10-1891. Sight note for 16 pounds, 7 shil lings, second of exchange. VF $160-180 556 National Bank of Australasia, Melbourne 18-6-1893. Sight note for 25 pounds, second of exchange. aEF $160-180 557 Union Bank of Australia, Launceston 23-10 1862. Sight note for 73 pounds, 10 shillings, third of exchange. EF $160-180

551 1937. Brilliant mint bloom. Scarce this nice. Ch.UNC/GEM $350-400 Page 58

558 Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne 30-5 1914. Sight note for 11 pounds, 16 shillings, 9 pence. With Tasmania One Shilling Duty Stamp in top left corner. gVF $160-180

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559 Tasmanian Government Treasury Bill, Hobart 8-12-1892. Bill for 1000 Pounds. Signed by the Treasurer of the Colony of Tasmania, with red seals stamped at top. Scarce Colonial issue. FINE $350-400

562 Ten Shillings Promissory note John Lepine Hobart Town, Van Diemens Land. 21-8-1823 number 36. Payable in Dollars at 5S each. Rare, especially in this grade. gVF $12000-14000

563 One Pound The Provincial & Suburban Bank Ltd, Melbourne 1-11-1877. Fully signed & issued. Stamped ‘Dividend 2/ Paid’. Slight old stains. Scarce. FINE $3800-4000

560 Sixpence Promissory note T. Stace Hobart Town, Liverpool St. 12-6-1826 number 152. Payable in Spanish Dollars at 5S each. Type 2 ornament type border, printed on alphabet paper. Rare, espe cially in this grade. VF $8500-9000

561 Ten Shillings NSW Colonial Police Fund note, 1816. Unissued on watermarked paper. Frayed edges with some tearing, but good paper. Very rare early colonial issue. VG $30000-32000

564 One Pound Queensland Government, Brisbane 2-1-1902 (MVR 1). Fully signed and issued. Some bottom edge foxing, rounder corners and slight tears, but with reasonable paper. The rarer type of the two issued notes of this period. Rare. VG $24000-25000

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565 One Pound Bank of Victoria Melbourne 30-9-1904 (MVR 3c). Fully signed and issued, and in superior grade, especially for a large note. One small edge tear. Very rare. VF/gVF $45000-50000

566 One Pound Colonial Bank of Australasia Melbourne 1-1-1908 (MVR 3b). Fully signed and issued, and in superior grade. Ex Nicholson Collection, and the finest known of 3 or 4 examples. A superb note. Extremely rare. gVF $100000-110000

567 One Pound “Shinplaster� K.R Gillard, General Storekeepers and Commissions Agents. Emungalon, North Australia Circa 1920. Believed to be only the sec ond example seen. Rare. aUNC $4250-4500 Page 60

568 Five Pound London Chartered Bank of Australia Specimen. Melbourne 1-6 1888. (MVR 2d). Scarce. aUNC $21000-22000

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569 One Pound 1910 London Bank of Australia, Melbourne 1-12-1910. Superscribed Collins-Allen (S 45). Few small holes, but otherwise a strong example with excellent body & colour. Scarce. gFINE $16000-17000

570 One Pound 1910 London Bank of Australia Ltd, Melbourne. Superscribed Collins-Allen (S 45). One of the better examples known, as this issue is usually found in lower grade, with only one example recorded better than gVF. aVF $42500-45000

571 One Pound 1910 National Bank of Australasia, Melbourne 1-12-1910. Superscribed Collins-Allen (S 50). Several edge tears, but still a reasonable example, with an attractive overall appeal. Scarce. aFINE $17000-18000 International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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572 Ten Shillings 1913 Collins-Allen (R 1) Presentation Note, Serials M 000070. Centre fold & five pinholes at top left as usual (where pinned to the presentation letter, which is missing), and a minor edge crease. Crisp and lovely fresh paper with strong colour, and virtually unworn. Ex Downies Sale January 1980, lot 687, and unsighted since then. A superb example of this rare note, and rarely offered. Very rare. gEF $140000-150000

Postal Bidders: 573 Ten Shillings 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 3b). A nice type example. Folds but not much wear to the paper. gVF/aEF $8000-9000

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574 Ten Shillings 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 3b). Consecutive pair. Lovely original fresh notes with light pay packet folds, and strong colour. Obviously the notes are virtually as received from a bank as the paper has no signs of wear. The finest of only two known pairs. Very rare. aUNC $110000-120000 Page 62

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575 1926 Kell-Collins (R 5). Fully crisp and original paper. Seldom seen in this grade, and under valued as such. Very rare. UNC $46000-48000 576 1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). Light pa per stains and centre fold. Crisp and origi nal. aEF $3200-3400

578 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 14). Fresh. Ch.UNC

$1500-1600

One Pound

577 1936 Riddle-Sheehan (R 11). Consecutive pair. Crisp, hint of light centre bend. Scarce. UNC $19000-20000

579 1913 Collins-Allen (R 18d). Scarce. gFINE/ aVF $3250-3500

580 1914 Collins-Allen Emergency Issue “Rainbow Pound,�(R 20aL). 2 small staple holes the only minor faults, with crisp original paper and strong colour. Extremely rare in this grade, and perhaps the best offered in many years. Certainly on par with the note IAG sold in Sale 71 for $122,325. VF/gVF $105000-110000 International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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581 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 21). Fresh crisp note and fully original, with a few minor surface rust stains from storage the only slight imperfection. Very rare. UNC $40000-42000

582 1923 Miller-Collins (R 23a). Crisp original note, light centre fold. Scarce. aEF/EF $6500-7000

583 1923 Miller-Collins ( R 23b). No imprint type. Consecutive pair. Fully crisp and original superb condition. Very rare, with only a few known pairs in existence, thus a substantial premium as such. UNC $90000-100000

584 1926 Kell-Heathershaw (R 25). Light old paper tone, crisp note. Scarce. aEF $6000-6500 585 1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Consecu tive trio. Some light handling and minor edge creases. EF $6250-6500 586 1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 28). Consecutive pair. Crisp. gEF $3000-3200 Page 64

587 1938 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 29). Consecu tive trio. Lightest trace of usual pay packet bends. UNC $5700-5800 588 1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 30a). Consec utive run of 6. UNC $3800-4000 589 1953 Coombs-Wilson (R 33). Bundle fresh, with a hint of a light centre bend. 18 con secutive notes. UNC $3800-4000

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590 Five Pound 1914 Collins-Allen (R 36c). Lovely fresh colour and appearance, and strong paper. A very rare and important note, being in the top three known. Ex Max Stern July 1977 Sale, and the Deutsher Collection. aEF $57500-60000

591 Five Pound 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 37bF). Crisp note with good body and colour. A great type note. Very rare. gVF/aEF $21000-22000

592 Five Pound 1927 Kell-Heathershaw (R 40). A nice example and rare this grade. aUNC International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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Five Pound 593 1932 Riddle-Sheehan (R 43). FINE

$2700-2800 601 1943 Armitage-McFarlane (R 59). Con secutive trio. Crisp and fresh, centre fold and some handling. gEF/aUNC $12000-13000

594 1939 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 45). Lovely fresh, crisp original note. Rare. UNC $17000-18000 595 1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). UNC 596 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 48). Crisp. UNC

$4500-4600 $4600-4800

597 1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 50). Consecutive trio. UNC $2700-2800

Ten Pound

602 1943 Armitage-McFarlane (R 59). Crisp with sheen. UNC $7000-8000 603 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 60). CVonsecutive pair. Crisp, fresh with a light centre bend. aU/UNC $9000-9500 604 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 60L). Last prefix. aUNC $3000-3200 605 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 61). Crisp. gFINE/ aVF $3000-3200

598 1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 55). Nice paper. A no problems, attractive type note. EF $18000-20000

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606 Twenty Pound 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 65b). The best example of this note to turn up on the market in a long time, and at least as rare as the Collins-Allen issue, if not rarer. Lovely flat paper with virtually no sign of wear or major folds, and with strong colour. One of the finest of approximately 15 known. Very rare. gEF/aUNC $270000-280000

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The Alice Springs Collection

This collection was commenced in the early 1960’s. I started collecting coins in 1948 with the finding of a Mint Uncirculated 1948 Perth Penny. This became the nucleus of a Penny date collection and subsequently a Penny date & mint set, followed by Halfpennies, and progressing into silver as finances permitted. This included getting the teller of a country bank branch to allow access to their entire coin holdings at a rate of 5 pounds at a time, usually exchanged daily. I became very proficient in the art of rolling coins into wrappers, indicating with a letter of the alphabet the rolls I had already seen. Always interested in anything unusual, I soon amassed a collection of misstrikes, die cracks etc, along with an occasional token. Tokens were keenly pursued in 1987 through to 1993 from several dealers and Auction Houses, with very few being found after 1990 due mainly to rarity. Some items have been upgraded in recent years. At the peak of the collection in early 2010, it consisted of more than 550 different tokens. This included several Kangaroo Office pieces, Patterns and rarities. Whilst the catalogues of Andrews, Heyde, Lampard, Renniks etc have been good reference material, the lack of up to date information, price details and such has retarded the collecting of these very important historical items of Australian (and New Zealand) Numismatics. I would encourage Greg McDonald to complete the work he has done on an excellent new catalogue (which I have seen in proof form), including price guides, as a matter of urgency (with respect). (Notes from the Vendor)

Farthing

608 Shreeve, Noah, Adelaide, SA. Farthing? Check-piece N/D in brass (A 495/R 463). Rarity 6, 24mm. Die variety 2 with extra T in the word BRITAIN ‘(Brittain)’, rare. This check piece wasn’t originally intended for circulation, but was accept ed at other establishments as a halfpenny regardless. Ex Spink Aug 1990, lot 415. Scarce. gFINE $2300-2400

Halfpenny 609 H. Ashton, Auckland, New Zealand. Half penny 1859 (A 20/R 26). Rarity 4. VF/FINE. Penny 1862 (A 21/R 27). Rarity 3. VF/ gFINE, dark tone. Penny 1863 (A 22/R 28). Rarity 3. Dark tone, slightly upset. VF/ FINE+. Penny 1863 (A 23/R 29). Rarity 3. VF. Penny 1863 (A 24/R 30). Rarity 5. Once silvered, scratches. FINE. (5 tokens total). $600-650

610 Australian Steam Navigation Company, Sydney, NSW. Halfpenny N/D in brass (A 25/R 34). Rarity 9, 35mm. As struck on cast blank. Reverse Uniface. Two scratches on Obverse. Ex Renniks book plate coin, and the Utrecht Collection, Spink April 1986, Lot 976, and Spink November 1988, Lot 602. Extremely rare. gVF $27000-28000

607 Shreeve, Noah, Adelaide, SA. Farthing? Check Piece N/D in brass (A 494/R 462). Rarity 5, 24mm. This check piece wasn’t originally intended for circulation, but was accepted at other establishments as a halfpenny regardless. Scarce. aEF $800-900

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611 Australian Steam Navigation Company, Sydney, NSW. Halfpenny Uniface Trial N/D in copper (A 26/R 32). Rarity 9. Struck on an 1826 Halfpenny George IV, with only the slightest trace of the design. This was probably a reject as there is clear evidence on both sides of incomplete striking. Ex tremely rare. Ex Edward Wills & Gilbert Heyde Collections. As struck. $23000-24000

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612 Lane, Joseph, & Son, Birmingham, UK. Halfpenny N/D in bronze (A 673/R 313). Rarity 8, 29mm. Edge knock. Scarce. VF $1200-1400

616 W.J Taylor, Kangaroo Office, Victoria. Pattern Halfpenny N/D in copper (A-/R 538). Rarity 10, 28mm. A uniface Trial of the Reverse of A573 in copper. Unique. Ex Downies Feb 1995, lot 310. EF $1800-2000

613 Nokes, James, Melbourne, Victoria. Half penny N/D (A 406/R 401). Rarity 2. Up set 180 deg, brown. EF. Halfpenny N/D (A 407/R 402). Rarity 4. Blotch on Reverse, scarce. VF/gVF. B Palmer, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 408/R 403). Cleaned. VF. (3 tokens total). $800-900 614 Thrale & Cross, Melbourne, Victoria. Half penny N/D (A 555/R 556), rarity 5. Upset 180 deg, Soho Reverse. Dark tone, very scarce. VF $900-1000

617 W.J. Taylor, Melbourne, Victoria. Half penny 1851 in copper (A 575/R 539). Rarity 7. Very scarce. Mule. Reverse die design originally from Soho Mint, “United States�. Small Reverse scratch, and some purple lustre. Only 12 exam ples known. Ex Heyde Collection, 1967. UNC $4500-4800

Penny 618 Abrahams, Lewis, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny 1855 in copper (A 1/R 1). Rarity 2. Also Halfpenny 1855 in copper (A 2/R 2). Rarity 1. (2 tokens total). gVF-VF $140-150

619 D. Andersons, Wellington, New Zealand. Penny N/D (A 9/R 15). Rarity 5. Nice even tone, scarce. Also Halfpenny N/D (A 10/R 16). Rarity 6. Dark tone, pitting, both in cop per. Rare. (2 tokens total). aVF/FINE $850-900

615 Thrale & Cross, Melbourne, Victoria. Half-penny 1851 in copper (A 584/R 555). Rarity 5. By W.J Taylor, struck by Scaife at the Kangaroo Office. Ex Spink sale 27, lot 477. Also Thrale & Cross, Melbourne Vic Piedfort Restrike Halfpenny Token (R 555). Rarity 9. Struck at a later date on a slightly thicker flan. Red and brown. Ex Spink Nov 1979, lot 255. Rare. (2 tokens total). aVF/aUNC $5500-6000

620 J. Andrew & Co, Melbourne, Victoria. Pen ny 1862 (A 13/R 19). Rarity 2. Halfpenny 1862 (A 14/R 21). Rarity 3, both in copper. Reverse Roo & Emu. (2 tokens total). VF aEF $250-275 621 Barrowclough, Richmond, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 29/R 43). Rarity 7. Damaged, rare. VG. Penny 1862 (A 28/R 44). Rarity 5. Lus tre, scarce. gVF/EF. (2 tokens total). $550-600

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622 Beath, G.L & Co, Christchurch, New Zea land. Penny N/D (A 40/R 49). Rarity 4, 31mm. Thin, weak flan, scarce. VF. Penny N/D (A 36/R 50). Rarity 2, 31mm. VF/gVF. Penny N/D (A 38/R 52). Rarity 2, 31mm. Slight lustre. gVF. (3 tokens total). $450-500

623 Brown & Duthie, New Plymouth, New Zea land. Penny 1866 (A 50/R 61). Rarity 2, 31mm. 30 degree upset Reverse. aVF. Also F & G.F. Bullen, Melbourne, Victoria. Pen ny N/D (A-/R 62). Rarity 9. Struck in brass. Dark tone, rare. gFINE+. (2 tokens total). $650-700

624 S. Beaven, Invercargill, New Zealand. Penny 1863 in bronze (A 42/R 53). Rarity 7, 31mm. Obverse Peace & Plenty, Advance Australia (unknown reason). Scarce. gVF $700-800 625 J.W Buxton, Brisbane, Queensland. Penny N/D (A 56/R 66). Rarity 6. VF $600-650 626 Campbell, James, Morpeth, NSW. Penny N/D (A 59/R 70). Rarity 3. Edge knocks, verdigris spot. VF. Penny N/D (A 60/R 71). Rarity 3. Scarce. EF. Halfpenny N/D (A 61/R 72). Rarity 3. Three digs. gFINE. (3 tokens total). $1000-1100

627 W.J Taylor, Canadian Bank, Quebec. Penny N/D in copper (A-/R 73). Rarity 10, 34mm. A unique? Mule type on Iredale’s ‘Australia’. Obverse features Iredale’s ‘Australia’ (usually a Reverse design), Reverse features Bank of Upper Canada die (usually an Obverse design). Possibly struck later by Taylor. Very rare. gVF $23000-24000

628 S. Clarkson, Cristchurch, New Zealand. Penny 1875 (A 65/R 76). Rarity 3. VF/aVF. Penny 1875 (A 66/R 77). Rarity 3. VF. Pen ny 1875 (A 67/R 78). Rarity 3. Some lustre. gVF+. Penny 1875 (A 68/R 79). Rarity 3. VF. (4 tokens total). $600-650 629 W. Cook, Sandridge, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 75/R 84). Rarity 5. INR Number. aEF. Penny N/D (circa 1862) (A 1051/R 85). Rar ity 7. Surcharged on a KG IV Penny. VF for issue. (2 tokens total). $1400-1500 Page 70

630 Crothers & Co, Stawell, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 86/R 95). Rarity 5, 31mm. 180 degree upset die. Major edge knocks and surface digs, else VF. Halfpenny N/D (A 89/R 97). Rarity 5, 24mm. Digs. VF. (2 tokens total). $340-350 631 A. Davidson, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 92/R 99). Rarity 6. 45 degrees left upset die. VF. Penny 1862 (A 93/R 100). Rarity 6. 45 degrees left upset die. Some field corrosion, scarce. FINE. (2 tokens to tal). $1000-1100

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632 Davies, Alexander, & Co, Goulbourn, NSW. Penny N/D (A 95/R 103). Rarity 3. Dark tone. aVF. Penny N/D (A 97/R 104). Rarity 2. Dark tone. VF. Penny N/D (A 96/R 105). Rarity 4. VF. (3 tokens total). $350-375

633 E. De Carle & Co, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1855 in copper (R 117). Rarity 10, 33mm. Excessively rare and elusive ‘Raglan Penny’. Obverse with the head of Lord Raglan. This design was cancelled after the disastrous ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’ at Balaclava in 1854, of which Lord Raglan was blamed for. Only two examples are known to exist. Uneven edge. Highly important as a key to the series, and extremely rare. Ex R. Jewell & G.C. Heyde Collections. gVF $240000-250000

634 De Carle, Edward, & Co, Dunedin, New Zealand. Penny 1862 (A 102/R 111). Rarity 4, 31mm. gVF/EF. Penny 1862 (A 101/R 113). Rarity 3, 31mm. VF. (2 tokens total). $200-225

635 S. Deeble, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 106/R 118). Rarity 5, 35mm. Scarce. FINE. Penny 1862 (A 107/R 119). Rarity 6, 34mm. Rare. VG. Penny 1862 (A 108/R 120). Rarity 4. 45 degree upset die. VF. (3 tokens total). $500-550

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636 Dixon, James, Wangaratta, Victoria. Penny Restrike 1862 in copper (A 111/R 122). Rarity 9, 34mm. As struck. No original strikes known, with only 2 restrikes known. Sharp, with some die pitting. Very rare. Ex Heyde Collection ( Lot 177) & Spink Aug 1989, lot 2632. UNC $24000-25000

637 Fenwick Brothers, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 120/R 130). Rarity 6. Holed, deep scratch. Dark tone, scarce. FINE. Pen ny N/D in brass? (A 121/R 131). Rarity 4. VF. (2 tokens total). $400-450 638 I. Friedman, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny 1857 (A 134or3/R 140). Rarity 1. Ink no. gVF. Penny 1857 (A 136/R 141). Rarity 1. Light scratches. VF. Penny 1857 (A 133or 4/R 142). Rarity 1. Light corrosion. FINE. Half penny 1857 (A 137/R 144). Rarity 1. Cleaned, pitting else EF. Halfpenny 1857 (A 138/R 145). Rarity 2. Light pitting. VF. Half penny 1857 (A 139/R 146). Rarity 2. Dark scratches. VF. (6 tokens total). $325-350 639 J.G Fleming, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny 1874 (A 129/R 136). Rarity 1. gVF. Penny 1874 (A 128/R 137). Rarity 5. Part lustre, rare. aEF. (2 tokens total). $900-1000 640 Gilmour, John, New Plymouth, New Zea land. Penny N/D (A 143/R 149). Rarity 2, 31mm. Edge knocks. VF. Penny N/D (A 144/R 150). Rarity 4, 31mm. Ink no. aVF. (2 tokens total). $260-280 641 B. Gittos, Auckland, New Zealand. Penny 1864 (A 149/R 154). Rarity 2. Scratch. EF. T.W. Gourlay & Co, Christchurch, NZ. Pen ny N/D (A 150/R 155). Rarity 6. Very scarce. aVF/VF. Penny N/D (A 151/R 156). Rarity 4. Reverse cut, corrosion. F/gFINE. (3 tokens total). $780-800

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642 J.R Grundy, Ballarat, Victoria. Penny 1861 (A 155/R 160). Rarity 3. Dark tone. gVF. Penny 1861 (A 156/R 161). Rarity 3. Edge knocks. gFINE. Penny 1861 (A 157/R 162). Rarity 4. Upset 30 deg. gVF. Penny 1861 (A 158/R 163). Rarity 5. Nice even tone. gFINE. (4 tokens total). $1100-1200 643 Hanks & Company, Sydney, NSW. Penny 1857 (A 184/R 177). Rarity 2. aVF. Half penny 1857 (A 186/R 178). Rarity 2. VF. Hanks & Lloyd, Sydney, NSW. Penny 1855 (A 188/R 179). Rarity 2. Slightly upset die. VF. Halfpenny 1855 (A 189/R 180). Rar ity 2. gVF. Penny 1857 (A 190/R 181). Rar ity 2. Ex Wreck of Dunbar, usual saltwater corrosion. FINE-VF (for issue). Halfpen ny 1857 (A 193/R 184). Rarity 2. gVF/EF Also Ex Wreck of Dunbar with usual saltwa ter corrosion VF/VG. Halfpenny 1855 (A 189/R 180). Rarity 2. aVF. (8 tokens total). $700-750 644 O.H Hedberg, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 198/R 191). Rarity 3. Pitting. FINE. Halfpenny N/D (A 211/R 203). Rarity 3. Dark tone. aVF/VF. Halfpenny N/D (A 209/R 204). Rarity 2. aEF/EF. All with 180 degree upset dies. (3 tokens total). $500-550 645 R. Henry, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 225/R 217). Rarity 3. FINE. Samuel Henry, Deloraine, Tasmania. Penny 1857 (A 226/R 218). Rarity 4. aVF. (2 tokens total). $300-320

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646 Hobday & Jobberns, Christchurch, New Zealand. Penny N/D (A 253/R 238). Rar ity 3. gVF/aVF. Penny N/D (A 249/R 237). Rarity 4. Edge knock. aVF. William Hodgins, Cloghjordan, Ireland. Penny 1858 (A 659/R 239). Rarity 4. Verdigris spot. No Australiana in design, however used exten sively in Australia. VF/gVF. (3 tokens total). $380-400

647 A.G. Hodgson, Melbourne, Victoria. Pen ny Mule 1860 in copper (A 258a/R 244). Rarity 9, 34mm. Rare. Ex Spink August 1989, lot 2710. VG $3800-4000 648 Hodgson Brothers, Bendigo, Victoria. Pen ny 1862 (A 262/R 247). Rarity 8. Corrosion, rare. FAIR/GOOD. Penny 1862 (A 260/R 249). Rarity 8. Corrosion, rare. gFINE. (2 tokens total). $450-500 649 J. Hosie, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 267/R 266or5). Rarity 3. Dark tone. aVF also same aVF/gVF. Penny 1862 (A 266/R 268). Rarity 4. 45 deg upset left, rim cuds. aVF. Penny 1862 (A 269/R 269). Rarity 4. Dark tone. VG/FINE. Penny 1862 (A 270/R 270). Rarity 4. Upset 180 deg, weak centre strike, deep pits. aVF. Penny 1862 (A 268/R 271). Rarity 4. Weak centre. gFINE. (6 to kens total). $1000-1100 650 J. Hurley & Co, Waneanui, New Zealand. Penny N/D (A 276/R 280). Rarity 2, 31mm. Light scratch. gVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 277/R 281). Rarity 2, 25mm. Dark tone. aEF. G. Hutton, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 278/R 283). Rarity 2. Obverse lus tre. gVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 279/R 283). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, stains. FINE+. (4 tokens total). $380-400 651 Iredale & Co, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 291/R 293). Rarity 5. Slight lustre. aEF. Penny N/D (A 292/R 294). Rarity 1(5?). Die crack. Penny N/D (A 293/R 295). Rarity 2 (5?). Even brown tone. EF. Penny N/D (A 294/R 296). Rarity 2 (5?). Dark tone. VF+. Penny N/D (A 295/R 297). Rarity 3. aVF. Penny N/D (A 297/R 298). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg. VF. Penny N/D (A 298/R 299). Rarity 3. Light edge knocks. VF. (7 tokens total). $1500-1600

652 T.H Jones & Co, Ipswich, Queensland. Pen ny N/D (A 305/R 305). Rarity 5. Cleaned. FINE+. Penny N/D (A 306/R 306). Rarity 4. Verdigris spot. aVF. Penny N/D (A 307/R 307). Rarity 3. Tiny edge knock. VF. (3 to kens total). $600-650 653 Larcombe & Co, Brisbane, Queensland. Penny N/D (A 313/R 314). Rarity 3. Some Reverse corrosion, O/W. VF. J.D Leeson, Sale, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 318/R 319). Rarity 6. Upset 180 deg, once polished. Very rare. VF. J.M Leigh, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 319/R 320). Rarity 2-3. VF. (3 to kens total). $1000-1100

654 S&S Lazarus, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny N/D in copper (A 315/R 316). Rarity 8, 35mm. Struck by W.J Taylor in London. Purportedly rarer than a 1930 Penny. Rare. Ex Spink March 1988, lot 805. aVF $2800-3000 655 H. Lipscombe, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 329/R 326). Rarity 2. Upset 30 deg left, trace of lustre. VF+. Penny N/D (A 330/R 3270). Rarity 3. Punch mark, possibly cleaned. VF. W.F & D.L Lloyd, Wollon gong, NSW. Penny 1859 (A 331/R 328). Rarity 5. Pitting, rare. FINE+. (3 tokens total). $800-850

656 Lipman, Levy, Wellington, New Zealand. Pattern Penny N/D in copper (A 323/R 324). Rarity 9, 34mm. Attractive rainbow toning, and rare with only 13 known. Upset die. Rare. UNC $4400-4500

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657 J. Macgregor, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 339/R 334). Rarity 2. Obverse scratches. EF/gVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 340/R 335). Rarity 3, 25mm. Nice EF. Morris Marks, Auckland, New Zealand. Penny N/D in brass? (A 341/R 337). Rarity 6. Dark tone, rare. VF. (3 tokens total). $900-1000

658 Martin, John, Adelaide, SA. Penny N/D (A 349/R 343). Rarity 3. Nice even tone. aEF. Penny N/D (A 349/R 343). Rarity 3. Upset 45 deg left. VF. Martin & Sach, Adelaide, SA. Penny N/D (A 350/R 344). Rarity 2. Stains, edge knock. gVF. Penny N/D (A 351/R 345). Rarity 2. VF. (4 tokens total). $850-900

659 Mason & Culley, Williamstown, Victoria. Penny N/D in copper (A 353/R 347). Rarity 10, 34mm. There are thought to be around 14 existing, although only 7 are known. The most likely theory regarding the original consignment is that they were struck in England, and were not sent as Tokens were then abolished soon after. Only a handful were reportedly kept by dealers. Very rare. gVF $34000-35000

660 Mather, Andrew R, Hobart, Tasmania. Pen ny N/D (A 356/R 350). Rarity 1. Dark tone. VF. Penny N/D (A 357/R 351). Rarity 1. aVF/VF. Penny N/D (A 358/R 352). Rarity 2. aVF/VF. All upset 180 deg. J. McFarlane, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 360/R 354). Rarity 2. Marks, verdigris spot. gVF. J.W Mears, Wellington, New Zealand. Half penny N/D (A 362/R 355). Rarity 7. Rare. Ex Spink 23, Lot 923. gFINE. J.M Mer rington & Co, Nelson, New Zealand. Penny N/D (A 363/R 356). Rarity 2. Scarce. VF. (6 tokens total). $1200-1300 661 Metcalfe & Lloyd, Sydney, NSW. Penny 1863 (A 369/R 361). Rarity 2. Marks. VF. Halfpenny 1863 (A 370/R 362). Rarity 4. Very scarce. VF. (2 tokens total). $500-550 662 Miller & Dismore, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 375/R 367). Rarity 5. gVF/ aEF $1100-1200 Page 74

663 Moir, Joseph, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 384/R 379). Rarity 2. Obverse dig, dark tone. VF. William Morgan, Adelaide, SA. Penny 1858 (A 385/R 380). Rarity 3. Very scarce. aEF. Penny 1858 (A 386/R 381). Rarity 3. Dark tone. gVF. Penny 1858 (A 386/R 381). Rarity 3. Pitting. VG. (4 tokens total). $1100-1200

664 Moubray, Lush, & Co, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 391/R 386). Rarity 5. Dark Reverse, scarce. FINE. D.T Mulligan, Rock hampton, Queensland. Penny 1863 (A 392/R 387). Rarity 3. Scratches. aVF. Halfpenny 1863 (A 393/R 388). Rarity 3. Dark tone, light pitting. FINE. Halfpenny 1863 (A 394/R 389). Rarity 4. Scratch. gVF. (4 to kens total). $500-550

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665 A. Nicholas, Hobarton, Tasmania. Penny N/D in copper (A 400/R 393). Rarity 10, 34mm. The finest of only 8 known examples. Some trace lustre. Very rare. Ex Spink Sale?, lot 926. gVF/aEF $38000-40000 666 Nicholas, Alfred, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 401/R 396). Rarity 2. Medium brown. FINE. Penny N/D (A 402/R 397). Rarity 2. Medium brown. FINE+. Halfpen ny N/D (A 403/R 398). Rarity 3. Ink no. VF. (3 tokens total). $340-350 667 Peace & Plenty, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1858 (A 650/R 414). Rarity 1. Upset 180 deg. aU/UNC. Penny 1858 (A 652/R 415). Rarity 2. Nice. gVF. Penny 1858 (A 651/R 416). Rarity 2. gEF. Penny 1858 (A 654/R 417). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg. EF. Penny 1859 (A 655/R 418). Rarity 2. VF. Whitty & Brown, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 628/R 420). Rarity 6. Re-engraved die, up set 140 deg. Rare. gVF. Penny N/D (A 629/R 421). Rarity 2. Upset 140 deg, scratches. gVF. Penny N/D (A 631or0/R 422). Rarity 2. Upset 140 deg, scratches. FINE (for issue). (8 tokens total). $1200-1300 668 Perkins & Co, Dunedin, New Zealand. Pen ny N/D (A 435/R 425). Rarity 5, 30mm. Dark tone, scarce. gVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 436/R 426). Rarity 6, 25mm. Corrosion, C/W, scarce. VF. (2 tokens total). $550-600 669 Pettigrew, John, & Co, Ipswich, Queens land. Penny 1865 (A 438/R 428). Rarity 3, 31mm. gVF/aEF Halfpenny 1865 (A 439/R 429). Rarity 4, 26mm. Upset 15 deg left, rare. gVF. (2 tokens total). $700-750

670 Reece, Edward, Christchurch, New Zealand. Penny N/D (A 448/R 439). Rarity 3. Dark tone. gVF/aEF. Penny N/D (A 449/R 440). Rarity 5. Scratches, rare. gFINE/aVF. Penny N/D (A 447/R 441). Rarity 4. Dark tone. VF/gVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 450/R 442). Rarity 4. Dark tone, light corrosion. gFINE. Halfpenny N/D (A 452/R 443). Rar ity 4. Looks to be lustre but possibly cleaned. gVF. (5 tokens total). $1400-1500 671 Robison Brothers & Co, Melbourne, Vic toria. Penny 1862 (A 458/R 453). Rarity 7. No dot under ST. Stokes Emu No 1 type (not as in Renniks). Light scratches, toning spot. Rare. gVF/aEF $1600-1700 672 G & W.H Rocke, Melbourne, Victoria. Pen ny 1859 (A 466/R 458). Rarity 2. Dark tone, light edge knocks. gVF. Penny 1859 (A 465/R 459). Rarity 5. Scarce. F/gFINE. G Ryland, Castlemaine, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 468/R 460). Rarity 5. Dark tone, some pitting. Scarce. FINE. J Sawyer, Brisbane, Queensland. Penny 1864 (A 469/R 461). Rarity 2. Patchy tone, O/W. VF/gVF. (4 to kens total). $650-700 673 Smith, Peate & Co, Sydney, NSW. Penny 1856 (A 480/R 472). Rarity 6. Light scratch es, scarce. gVF. Penny 1856 (A 485/R 473). Rarity 4. Light pitting, marks & scratches. gFINE. Halfpenny 1856 (A 486/R 475). Rar ity 2. Light corrosion. gVF. Halfpenny 1856 (A 487/R 477). Rarity 4. Upset 15 deg, dig & O/W. gFINE. Halfpenny 1856 (A 493/R 479). Rarity 6. Upset 180 deg, pitting. VG. (5 tokens total). $550-600

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674 Southward & Sumpton, Ballarat, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 501/R 485). Rarity 4. Rim flan flaws, edge knocks. VF. W.J Taylor, Melbourne, Victoria. Halfpenny Mule N/D (1851) (A 573/R 538). Rarity 1. Reverse Soho Mint die. Tone spot. aVF/aEF. Bank of Upper Canada, Quebec, Canada. Penny 1857. Upset 180 deg, dark tone & light cor rosion. (Widely used in Australia). EF. (3 tokens total). $300-320

677 T. Stokes, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1862 in copper (A 547/R 509). Rarity 9, 34mm. Very scarce. Ex Heyde Collection. VF/gVF $300-320 678 R.S Waterhouse, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny N/D (A 606/R 578). Rarity 2. Toned, light corrosion. VF. Halfpenny N/D (A 607/R 579). Rarity 2. Spot, rim damage. gVF. Half penny N/D (A 607/R 580). Rarity 2. gVF. (3 tokens total). $400-450

675 Stead Brothers, Sandhurst, Victoria. Re strike Penny 1862 in copper (A 504/R 486). Rarity 8. Die variety 2, Stokes vine branch stock Reverse. Very scarce and under-rated. Scarce. Ex ANC 50, lot 5678. gFINE $2300-2400

679 Taylor, Alfred, Adelaide, SA. Penny N/D (A 567/R 531). Rarity 4. Pitting. VF/gVF $340-350

676 T. Stokes, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 521/R 494). Rarity 2. Flaw & pitting on Reverse. Ex Heyde Collection. aVF. Penny 1862 (A 526/R 497). Rarity 2. Dark tone, pitting. FINE. Penny 1862 (A 531/R 499). Rarity 3. Upset 180 deg. gVF. Penny 1862 (A 540/R 504). Rarity 2. Obv scratches. VF. Penny 1862 (A 548/R 510). Rarity 2. Scratches, verdigris spot. gVF. Penny 1862 (A 546/R 511). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, cleaned, scratches. gFINE+. Penny 1862 (A 545/R 512). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, scratches. VF. Penny 1862 (A 542/R 514). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, rim cuds. VF. Pen ny 1862 (A 556/R 515). Rarity 2. Upset L 30 deg, corrosion. F-VF. Penny 1862 (A 557/R 516). Rarity 2. Upset L 30 deg, scratches, digs. F/aVF. Penny 1862 (A 552/R 519). Rarity 2. Scratches & digs. F/ gFINE. Penny 1862 (A 553/R 520), rarity 4. Upset 135 deg, scratches. Scarce. gVF. Pen ny 1862 (A 549/R 521), rarity 2. Upset 200 deg. VF. Penny 1862 (A 554/R 522). Rar ity 2. Upset 135 deg. VF/gVF. Penny 1862 (A 555/R 523). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, ink no & corrosion. VF. Penny 1862 (A 397/R 524). Rarity 4. Muled with Murray & Chris tie Reverse. Scuff mark. gFINE+. (16 to kens total). $1900-2000

681 Tea Stores, Peek & Campbell, Sydney, NSW. Penny 1852 (A 426/R 541). Rarity 8. Rare. GOOD. Penny 1853 (A 431/R 542). Rarity 4. Upset L 30 deg, tone. VG+. Half penny 1852 (A 428/R 544). Rarity 7. Upset L 90 deg, rare. aVG. Halfpenny 1852 (A 429/R 545). Rarity 7. Upset R 40 deg, rare. VG+. Halfpenny 1852 (A 430/R 546). Rari ty 7. Upset 130 deg, pitting. Rare. GOOD+. (5 tokens total). $1700-1800

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680 W.J Taylor, Advance Australia. Penny N/D in copper (A 571/ R 5). Rarity 1. Mostly or ange. 180 degree upset die axis. UNC $300-325

682 Union Bakery Co, Christchurch, New Zea land. Penny N/D (A 588/R 559). Rarity 4. Scratches, scarce. gVF. United Service Ho tel, Auckland, New Zealand. Penny 1874 (A 591/R 561). Rarity 1. Dark tone. VF. (2 to kens total). $340-350 683 T. Warburton, Melbourne, Victoria. Penny 1862 (A 594/R 568). Rarity 3. Upset 180 deg, tone spots. VF. Penny 1862 (A 595/R 570). Rarity 3. Cleaned, pitting. Scarce. VF. Penny 1862 (A 596/R 571). Rarity 3. Upset 180 deg, brown. VF/gVF. Penny 1862 (A 598/R 572). Rarity 2. Light corrosion, toned. VF. Penny 1862 (A 500/R 573). Rarity 4. Upset 180 deg, light corrosion & cleaned. aVF. (5 tokens total). $1100-1200

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684 Weight & Johnson, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 615/R 587). Rarity 3. Scratches. Ex Stern. gVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 616/R 588). Rarity 3. Folded metal flake on Reverse. aEF/EF. Halfpenny N/D (A 617/R 589). Rarity 3. Ex Stern. aVF. Halfpenny N/D (A 618/R 590). Rarity 3. Corrosion. VG. (4 to kens total). $650-700 685 Whitty & Brown, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D (A 624/R 595). Rarity 4. Upset 180 deg, porous. VF (for issue). Penny N/D (A 627/R 596). Rarity 4. Upset 180 deg, large ink no. FINE (for issue). J.W & G Williams, Eagle hawk, Victoria. Penny N/D (A 638/R 598). Rarity 5. Dark tone, weak centre. Scarce. F/ aVF. (3 tokens total). $450-500

686 Whitty & Brown, Sydney, NSW. Penny N/D in copper (A 633/ R 9). Rarity 3. 150 degree upset die axis. Crudely struck specimen. VG/aFINE. Also Penny N/D (A 632/R 9). Rarity 3. 30 degree upset die axis. gVF/ gFINE & Penny N/D (A 364/ R 10). Rarity 4. 180 degree upset die axis. Crudely struck. FINE. All with Advance Australia Reverse. (3 tokens total). $300-325 687 W.D Wood, Hobart, Tasmania. Penny 1855 (A 640/R 600). Rarity 2. gVF. Penny N/D (A 641/R 601). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, Reverse scratches. EF/VF. Halfpenny N/D (A 642/R 602). Rarity 2. Upset 180 deg, 2 tone spots, lustre. UNC. (3 tokens total). $1100-1200

688 Threepence Campbell, James, Morpeth, NSW. Threepence N/D in silver (A 685/R 69). Rarity 10, 16mm. By Thornthwaite. Only about 20 known from 400 produced. Dark tone with some underlying lustre. Very rare gVF/aEF $17000-18000

Threepence

689 Hogarth, Erichson & Co, Sydney, NSW. Threepence 1858 in silver (A 687/R 252). Rarity 8, 16mm. Beautiful blue/grey tone. Highly collectable & well-known issue. Scarce. aVF/VF $900-1000

690 Hogarth, Erichson & Co, Sydney, NSW. Threepence 1858 in silver (A 689/R 255). Rarity 8, 16mm. Edge knock, scratch on Reverse. Highly collectable & well-known issue. Scarce. FINE $1100-1200

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691 Hogarth, Erichson & Co, Sydney, NSW. Threepence 1858 in silver (A 690/R 254). Rarity 8, 16mm. Highly collectable and well-known issue. Rare. aEF $1400-1500

692 J.C Thornthwaite, Sydney, NSW. Three pence 1854 in silver (A 682/R 548). Rarity 8, 16mm. Scarce. FINE $1400-1500

693 Fourpence Hedburg, W.J Taylor, Kangaroo Office, Victoria. Fourpence Pattern N/D in copper (A 78/R 38). Rarity 10, 35mm. Not listed in the McNiece Die Combination diagram, the Obverse features ‘Four Pence’ & large number 4 in centre, Reverse is seated lady with ‘Australia’ above. Ex Spink Oct 1977, lot 533, March 1990, lot 1405. Some mint red lustre. Very rare. aUNC $60000-62000

694 Fourpence Hindmarsh Hotel, Adelaide, SA. Fourpence Check Piece N/D in copper (A 248/R 235). Rar ity 7, 23mm. Officially designated as a check piece as it wasn’t valued for it’s metal content. However, it did see circulation and there is evidence that it was accepted as currency regardless at other establishments. Scarce. UNC $2300-2400 Page 78

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695 Shilling Macintosh & Degraves, Hobart, Tasmania. Shilling 1823 in silver (A 680/R 336). Rarity 10, 22mm. Slightly porous surface, very good rim & strike. Beautiful soft tone. Obverse ‘One Shilling Token’ in centre, ‘Saw Mills Macintosh and Degraves’ around edge, Reverse Kangaroo in centre, ‘Tasmania’ over 1823. Ex Spink Aug 1990, lot 2363. A classic design. Extremely rare. aEF $58000-60000

696 Shilling W.J. Taylor, Kangaroo Office, Victoria. Pattern Shilling N/D (circa 1860) in copper (A-/R 564A). Rarity 10. Plain edge type. Dark old copper patina. This is the rarer “large” portrait type, with this example unsighted in recent years. Extremely rare if not unique. Ex Spink Sale 29, Lot 3096. EF $48000-50000

Other Properties

Online Bidders: 697 Penny T.F. Merry & Co, Toowoomba, Qld N/D. Copper Penny Token (A 366/R 358). “A” of Toowoomba clear of “S” of Merchants variety. Rarity 7. Some mint red. Rare. VF $1400-1500

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698 Proof Halfpenny and Penny 1942I pair. Bombay mint restrike. Ex Heritage Sale 363 (New York Signature Sale), 1985 lot 21248. Brilliant full blazing mint red, and in near perfect Proof state, enhancing both the appeal and value. The first such examples of the date offered in years, as all recent sales have been of 1943I issues. Very rare as such. FDC $85000-90000

699 Proof Halfpenny 1955 Perth. Toned. Scarce. FDC $3800-4000 700 Proof Halfpenny 1959 Melbourne. Rainbow tone. FDC $325-350 701 Proof Halfpenny & Penny pair 1961 Perth. Very light tone. FDC $750-800 702 Proof Halfpenny 1962 Perth. Brilliant. FDC $750-800 Page 80

703 Proof Halfpenny & Penny pair 1962. FDC $950-1000 704 Proof Halfpenny 1963 Perth. FDC

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705 Proof Halfpenny and Penny pair 1963 Perth. Lightly toned. FDC $600-650

707 Proof Penny 1935. Mottly brown slightly uneven toning. PCGS graded PR 63BN. Scarce. FDC $17000-18000

706 Proof Halfpenny & Penny pair 1963 Perth. FDC

$1800-2000

708 Proof Penny 1938. Nice overall appearance for this issue. Rare. FDC

$42000-44000

709 Proof Penny 1945. Lovely old purple/red tone, a lovely coin. Rare. FDC International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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712 Proof Penny 1959 Perth. FDC

710 Proof Penny 1956 Perth. Dark purple/red tone. Mintage only 417. Scarce. FDC $4250-4500

$1000-1100

713 Proof Penny 1960 Perth. Lightest tone. FDC $750-800 714 Proof Penny 1961 Perth. FDC

$550-600

715 Proof Penny 1963 Perth. Light toning. FDC $325-350

711 Proof Penny 1958. Brilliant. FDC

$850-900

716 Proof? Sixpence 1954. Prooflike strike and surfaces, rims and denticles, with very minor wear. aFDC $400-500

717 Proof Florin 1938. Nice even example. Rare. FDC

718 Proof set of 4 1955 Melbourne Penny to Shilling. Some light toning on the Penny. (4 coins) FDC $1800-2000

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Ten Shillings

720 1952 Coombs-Watt (R 15s). Great type note. gVF $5250-5500

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www.iagauctions.com 719 1949 Coombs-Watt (R 14s). Crisp, with folding and some wear. Comes with a let ter from the “Minister for Public Works & Local Government� with the compli ments of the Hon. J.J Cahill, Deputy Premier, signed R.R Perry? Interesting. aVF $4750-5000

From Friday afternoon 3rd June 2011, after all postal bids are finalised. For more details, contact us at:

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721 One Pound 1953 Coombs-Wilson (R 33s). A lovely crisp example, virtually straight out of a bundle, and rarely seen this nice. Rare. UNC $40000-42000

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One Pound

Two Dollar 728 1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 81s). Crisp with hint of centre bend. aUNC/UNC $2600-2700

722 1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34bs). Crisp, with some light paper bends. A nice type note. gEF/aUNC $8500-9000

729 1968 Phillips-Randall (R 83s). Some light handling. aUNC/UNC $3500-3600

723 1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34bs). Nice type example. Scarce. aUNC $9000-10000 730 1969 Phillips-Randall (R 83s). Crisp and fresh. UNC $4800-5000

One Dollar 724 1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 71s). Light storage line marks. aEF $700-750

Five Dollar

725 1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 71s). Crisp, with a light centre bend. aU/UNC $2400-2500

731 1967 Coombs-Randall (R 202s). ZNA first prefix. Crisp and fresh. UNC $8500-9000

726 1967 Coombs-Randall (R 72s). Light tell ers’ flick, lovely fresh note. Rare. UNC $8500-9000

732 1969 Phillips-Randall (R 203s). Scarce. FINE $1300-1400

Ten Dollar 733 1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 301s). aVF

727 1969 Phillips-Randall (R 73s). UNC

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Fifty Dollar

Ten Dollar

734 1988 Johnston-Fraser Polymer Type 5 (SP 29a). Serials AA 00 000 000, speci men no 0518. UNC $22500-25000

735 Phillips-Wheeler (SP 21). Over-printed ‘Specimen’ in red. Serial No YAA 000 000, specimen no 0125. Edge thinning with some damage and tearing, possibly circulated. gVF $1500-2000

736 Complete Type I set 1966 of ten notes in presentation album, $1 to $20. A scarcer “Presentation Set “ signed in black in the front cover by H. Coombs, Governor 1948-1968, and also signed by an unidentified Board member? Rare. UNC $110000-115000 International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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737 Reserve Bank “TAA� Presentation Set of 6 notes, $1 to $50 1982-1984. Includes the rare $1 and $50 OCR-B types only available in the presentation sets (SP 22-SP 27).Presented to V.G Wooding, the Cargo manager of Trans Australian Airlines (T.A.A.) in 1982 as thanks for his assistance in foiling an attempted robbery of a large amount of Australian currency in transit. With accompanying news stories, incident report & official letter. Perhaps the most important of these sets presented. Catalogue value of over $350,000. Extremely rare. UNC $160000-170000

Penny

738 1936. Massive off centre raised rim lip (4mm). Rare early error. gVF $600-700 Page 86

739 King George V. London Die full Obverse brockage. Very rare so clear, and as an early error. Spectacular. gVF/aEF $1200-1400

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One Cent

740 1942. Full Obverse brockage. Lovely clear and strong brockage impression. Striking error and rare this nice. EF $1000-1100

744 1967. Multiple striking resulting in a dished brockage with raised and spread flan. Trace of the date on the Reverse. Rare and unusual. EF $600-650

741 1950. Double struck on both sides, the second time off set by about 2-3mm, resulting in double portraits on Obverse and Australia on reverse. Rare. VF $600-700

745 198-. Double struck, the second time as it was being ejected, resulting in a lip with about 30% of the second coin. Scarce. VF $280-300

742 1951. Double struck with partial brockage on Reverse. Scarce. gVF $240-260

Threepence

746 1981. Double struck, with brockage impression on both sides. Rare. UNC $550-600

743 N/D George V. Major off-centre strike with raised rim lip, approx 40%. Toned. EF $325-350

747 1981. Double struck, with more than one brockage impression on both sides. Rare. UNC $550-600

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748 1981. Double struck, with turned brock age impression on both sides, coin slightly dished. Rare. UNC $600-650

752 2007. Double Heads variety. Rare aUNC

$1400-1500

One Dollar

Two Cent

753 2000 Mule. 10 Cent Reverse. VF

$450-500

749 1980. Struck on unknown? thinner weight blank. aUNC $200-220

750 QE II. Struck on a 1 cent blank. Scarce. UNC $400-450

Five Cent

754 Cessation of Transport, Tasmania 1853 in White Metal (58mm). By the Royal Mint, London, 1853/2. Scarce, especially in this grade. aUNC $300-350

751 2000. Double struck, with light brockage impression on Obverse, off-centre rim lip 3mm. Rare. UNC $600-650

755 Cessation of Transport, Tasmania 1853 in Bronze (58mm). By the Royal Mint, Lon don, 1853/2. Rare in this metal. gEF $1600-1700

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756 HMAS Sydney, SMS Emden Medal. WW I, 1914 by W.Kerr. Presented to the offic ers from the HMAS Sydney for the sink ing of the SMS Emden. Struck on a Mexican 8 Reales 1886, with some usual chop marks. A nice example. Scarce. gVF $2800-3000

760 Bronze Coin Dealers Token (27mm). Whelan, dealer in Ancient and Modern Coins, opposite the British Museum, London 1848. Scarce. EF

$50-80

Room bidders please wait to collect lots until after each session has finished. We will endeavor to get you underway as quickly as possible. Postal bidders please allow us until Monday the 6th to sort and finalise all postal sales and post the prices realised. Prices realised will be posted on the website by Friday the 3rd of June, once all the large number of postal bids has been fully finalised. All auction catalogue subscribers will have the prices realised posted on the 6th, and should receive them later in the week. Passed in lots will be available for sale until Friday 17th of June. The remaining lots unsold after this will then be withdrawn from sale.

757 Old Brothel Token in Bronze (39mm). Long Branch Saloon, Dodge City Kan sas. ‘Once a Knight - is enough’. Rare original issue. gVF $180-200

Next auction, Sale 75, will be in September 2011. Please see the website in July for further information and details, or contact us. We will be accepting lots for consignment for Sale 75 up to early August, or until the sale is full. Please contact us now to discuss submitting of all lots for this sale. Remember we charge No Sellers Commissions or Fees to all vendors who consign in our auctions. For any more information please call our office on: Ph: (07) 55 380 300 - or Fax: (07) 55 387 296 Alternately you can Email us at:

758 Old Brothel Token in Bronze (39mm). Silk Garter, Reno Nevada. ‘Once a King, always a King’. Rare original issue. gVF $180-200

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759 Old Bronze Brothel and Casino Inspec tors belt buckle. 1919-1920, City of Las Vegas, Nevada. Nicely detailed. gVF $300-400 International Auction Galleries Sale 74

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Terms And Conditions of Sale Please read the following “Terms of Sale” carefully. These terms are applicable to al floor bidders and mail bidders in this auction. Your submission of bids in this Auction constitutes your acceptance of these “Terms of Sale”. 1. This is a public auction sale, NOT an approval sale. At the fall of the gavel or auctioneer’s call of “Sold”, all sales are final. By bidding in this auction, the bidder personally guarantees all payments. The auctioneer has final discretion in all matters. In case of dispute, the lot(s) in question may be resold. Lots will be sold in their numerical sequence unless the auctioneer directs otherwise. 2. Payments must be made in full and lots must be removed the day of the sale or by 5p.m. the next day. Absolutely No lots will be released until payment in full has been made. Payment may be made in Cash, by Personal Cheques (with proper identification, at their discretion of International Auction Galleries), or by Bank Transfer or Major Credit Cards as stipulated. Successful postal bidders will be notified by mail via an auction receipt. 3. A 16.5% buyer’s premium will be added to the knock down price of each lot (includes GST). All Credit Card payments by Amex will incur a 3% surcharge. 4. Unless otherwise specifically stated by the auctioneer, each new bid shall be raised above the previous bid by such amount as is determined by the auctioneer during the course of the auction, and no party shall be allowed to retract his or her bid after acknowledgment by the auctioneer. 5. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid and to withdraw any goods from sale at any time, or to disclose any reserves or vendor information, without having to state any reason. 6. At the fall of the hammer, (if required by the Auctioneer), the purchaser shall give his or her full name and address, and pay 25% of the purchase price deposit. In default, the lot(s) purchased may, at the auctioneer’s discretion, immediately be reoffered and resold. All lots sold will remain the property of the owner/vendor until cleared payment is made in full. Only then will the title of ownership of the lots pass to the purchaser, irrespective of any terms or deferment of payment due. 7. Except as otherwise provided by state of federal law, no condition or warranty is given or implied by the auctioneer in respect of any lot offered. As all lots are given for inspection prior to the commencement of the sale, it shall be presumed that the goods have been inspected and that the purchaser accepts the goods bought with all faults, if any, as described. All lots are guaranteed genuine, except where so described; however if a lot sold is found to be a deliberate fake or forgery, the purchaser may return it, and receive upon confirmation of the same, a full refund. 8. The auctioneer shall not be liable for any description or mis-description given to the goods for sale. Any state-

ment as to the quantity of goods is approximate only and is as represented to the auctioneer. The auctioneer gives no warranty that the quantities as stated are correct. 9. If any purchaser fails to comply with any of these conditions or if any cheque given on account of the purchase price of any goods is dishonored, any monies which the purchaser has paid to the auctioneer on account of the purchase shall be forfeited absolutely to the vendor. The vendor or the auctioneer is at liberty to re-sell the lot in any manner and upon such terms and conditions as they may deem proper and to sue the purchaser for damages. All losses and expenses incurred by the vendor or the auctioneer and all damages which the vendor or the auctioneer may sustain resulting from any re-sale, shall be recovered from the purchaser as liquidated damages. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing the auctioneer in the event of such resale is entitled to: a) The amount of any commission lost as a result of the purchaser not proceeding with the purchase b) The cost of advertising and other general expenses in respect to any such re-sale. c) Any difference in price from the initial sale to the price received in the re sale of the items(s). A service charge of 2% per month (Or part thereof) will be added to all overdue accounts (30 days after the date of Auction is then deemed to be in the overdue period for unpaid accounts). 10. Estimates are given only as a guide, and not given as starting points for bidding: lots may sell for a price greater than or less than these estimates. Bidding will start at an increment above the lowest postal bid received, or at the Auctioneers sole discretion. All prices are in Australian Dollars. 11. No lots purchased by a floor bidder may be returned, including those lots where the bidder is acting as agent for another, or to mail bidders who have examined the lot(s). These are no returns or refunds except for reason of lack of authenticity or genuine mistake. Late remittance constitutes just cause for revocation of all return privileges. In the event that a bidder is acting as an agent for Another, and that agency has not been disclosed to the auctioneer in writing 24 hours before the Sale date, then the bidder is deemed by the auctioneer to be the final buyer in all respects, and is fully responsible for all payments, fees and charges. In no event may any lot(s) be returned after (21) days from the date of the auction. All sales are then final.


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