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Welcome to our first live Auction for 2012! As you would all be aware, we have just conducted our first live Postal Bid only sale. This has proven to be a great success and we envisage it will be the first of many such exciting sales! The spin off here for our live sale is that we have been updating our website to become the premier numismatic auction site! There is still lots of changes going on, and time restrictions mean we weren’t able to implement everything we wanted, however we anticipate by next year it will be fully updated to include a full payment gateway and even better ways of viewing and bidding. Registered internet users can now submit postal bids even easier, and can build a “Watchlist” of lots for you to contemplate and bid on. As the first Auction House to provide online content and catalogues (it was over 10 years ago when we first went online), we are committed to bringing to you the best service we can in all aspects, including an enhanced online experience. All postal bidders please note that bids will not be accepted after 6pm Friday 31st. This is due to the volume of bids we now receive from 250 individual postal bidders, and the amount time it takes to integrate them to allow for smooth postal bidding. Once again in this sale we have several estates with a lot of reduced reserves on items in order to clear them, along with some few old items we have got back from a financially stressed vendor that must be sold. Many reserves are again well under the estimates, many by 25% or more, so keep this in mind when placing bids! Whilst this is so, we have a nearly all fresh offering of new stock here, with a number of superb lots from old collections that have not ever been sold or recorded publically before that include some of the finest grade Coins and Banknotes of the type known. Our next sale will be in March 2013, and e will be accepting lots for this from October 2012 until mid January. I would urge you not to wait, as there have been many unhappy people who have missed out in recent sales due to the volume of material we have been offered, and our ideology of not compromising our sales. In the meantime, please again enjoy the excellent bargain packed offerings of Sale 76.

Some Sale 76 Auction Highlights and more… One of the key highlights featured in this sale is a coin with an amazing provenance and a fascinating story to tell! Following the large discovery of gold in 1851 in Australia, W.J. Taylor set out to take advantage of this opportunity. He set up what would become the “Kangaroo Office” at Port Phillip between 1853 and 1857. As an opportunistic entrepreneur and a craftsman engraver, diesinker and medalist, he struck and re struck a number of issues from around the world, but none more famous than the Kangaroo and Port Phillip Pattern pieces he made from 1853-1860. One of the crowning Jewells of his fantastically detailed issues and with a superb portrait of Queen Victoria is the Gold Pattern Shilling on offer in this sale. One of only two known, this coin was once owned by John G. Murdoch, a famous 19th Century Industrialist, and whose collection of English coins is considered one of the most important ever formed. This coin was originally sold by Sotheby’s UK in 1904 (lot 651), and was part of a multi auction sale that today would have been worth hundreds of millions of dollars in value. This superb Gold Shilling is estimated at $200,000, and expected to draw the attention worthy of such an important item. Two Holey Dollars present here a fantastic opportunity, and with the Bicentenary of the Holey Dollar fast approaching in 2013, now presents a great time to secure one of these historically important coins. The first example is a 1813 Holey Dollar Counter stamped on Charles IIII Mexico Mint 8 Reales 1793 (Mira 1793/3). This coin has the superb provenance of being ex the Nobleman Sale, Sothebys March 1922, as well as ex R Jewell and P Spalding (Author of The World of the Holey Dollar) collection. The Nobleman collection was owned by Duke Philip Ferrari de La Renotière, Duke of Gallièra (1850 - 1917). A lovely original coin with beautiful clear countermarks on both sides this is an ideal coin to put away and enjoy. The second example is an attractive well priced example, which also has the interesting distinction of being counterstamped T Knight, one of only 8 such known pieces. At around $30,000, this is a coin that any serious collector couldn’t afford to pass up! A number of rare Pre Decimal Proof coins are also on offer in this sale, highlighted by two superb Gold Proof Sovereigns, an 188M Jubilee Head and 1896M Veiled Head present as superb and flawless extremely rare examples. Also included is a full 1934 Proof Silver set, well priced at $80,000 estimate, along

with a 1951PL Penny, a 1935 Shilling, and a 1939 Roo Halfpenny. A rare Taylor Pattern Sixpence in Silver with the scarcer milled edge is another great feature, and is well priced at $50,000. A number of superb grade Pre Decimal coins complete a strong selection, and with many GEM examples, some record prices are sure to be set. Key coins include a 1913, 1914H, 1915H, 1919, 1926 and 1932 Florins all in high grade, a superb 1915H Shilling, a Gem 1918 Sixpence, 1915 and 1942 Threepences are just a start. Superb and rare gold is highlighted by a choice 1861/0 Overdate Sydney Mint sovereign and 1866 Sydney Mint Half Sovereign, and the no Buyers premium Bullion section includes a rare proof 10 Ounce gold Kangaroo in it box of issue. Rare Banknotes on offer in this sale include an UNC 5 Pound Starnote, one of only a few known and estimated at $65,000, and a 5 Pound 1918 (R 37a) the finest known. A rare 1942 10 Shilling Starnote is another feature, along with a decent number of choice grade George V Notes in UNC from 10shillings issues to 5 pounds. Also there is a rarely seen in his grade 10 Shillings 1915 (R 2d) in gEF, along with a cheaper 10 Shillings 1913 with red serials (R 1c) that would make a great example for the centenary of Pre Decimal notes (1913-2013). Other items not to be missed include a strong selection of Pre Federation issues, including three Promissory notes and a well priced Superscribed Pound, Decimal Starnotes including rare issues in UNC of a $5 Phillips-Randall and $10 Coombs-Randall make up another excellent selection. The continued sale of lots from a number of our estates round out a good selection of cheaper and quality Pre Decimal Coins, Banknotes as well as mint products, bulk lots, sets, albums and sheets of coins with most being offered unreserved. A selection of World and Proclamation and Australian Gold Coins including our “No Buyers Premium” bullion section, some great Misprints and Mis-Strikes and more round out an excellent selection with something for every collector and investor. We will be doing limited viewing in Sydney at the ANDA Coin and Banknote Fair at Canterbury racecourse 18th-19th August only, and due to space, weight and security constraints will include mostly the single lots only.

Interstate Viewing:- Sydney - ANDA Coin Fair Canterbury Park Racecourse: August - Sat. 18th 10am to 6pm, Sun. 19th 10am to 4pm There will be limited viewing for interstate dealers in our Office: Friday 31st August By Prior Appointment Only, other times on request. Level 2 - Sonata - Cnr. Queensland Avenue & Surf Parade, Broadbeach QLD 4218. Phone: (07) 55 380 300 or Mobile: 0412 722 043 (Business Hours Only) Email: mail@iagauctions.com Website: www.iagauctions.com


Sunday 2nd September 2012 Sofitel Gold Coast – 81 Surf Parade Broadbeach QLD.

Important Auction Information: Viewing & Auction:

Sofitel Gold Coast - Level 3 Sorrento Room

Viewing and Auction Times: - Viewing - Auction day Sunday 2nd September 11am to 2pm. The Auction will commence at 2pm with Session 1, and will take approximately 3 ½ hours to complete the whole auction. Session 2 will start at 3.45pm with lot 321 after a short break. Please visit the website www.iagauctions.com for further details and a map of the venue location, along with newly enhanced lot by lot item viewing, with full information and a new watchlist and bidding feature for all registered users. Interstate Viewing: 2 days only in Sydney at the ANDA fair. Sydney:- Saturday and Sunday the 18th and 19th August at The ANDA Coin Fair, Canterbury Park Racecourse, Rosehill gardens. Sat. 10am to 6pm, Sun. 10am to 4pm. There will also be limited viewing for interstate clients only on Friday 31st August, strictly by appointment, in our offices from 9-5pm, Level 2, 20-22 Queensland Avenue, Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland. Other times may be available by appointment only. 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% total 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 also be notified, and will receive an auction prices realized when they are posted. Page 4

All postal bidders please note: All bids must be received by 6pm Friday 31st August, although earlier is advised. No bids will be accepted after this time, as all bidding will be entered and finalized at this point. Acceptance of online bids will also close at this time. 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. Web Postal bids: Postal bids can now also be submitted directly via the website: www.iagauctions.com click either the online bidding form in the downloads section, as well as by members who can now built a watch list and submit bids automatically via logging on to their account and bidding on the website. Bidding via the website is still a hidden process, and unlike the Postal Sales, other bids received and reserves will not be shown. All web bids are entered automatically. Postal bidding will otherwise be handled by us as usual. Postage and Insurance: Small items under $200 - $7.50 via normal mail, small items between $200 and $1000 - $12.50 via registered post, items over $1000 - $17.50 via registered post person to person, heavier items over 500 grams have an additional charge of $2 per KG or part thereof. International post will be at cost but not insured. Bullion Gold items will not be posted, please contact us to make other arrangements. Items will not be insured at all unless it is 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 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. Bank: ANZ Broadbeach Account: Paradise Coins Pty Ltd. T/A International Auction Galleries BSB: 014 513 Account No: 1027 43868

Happy Collecting to All.

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Session 1: 2:00pm - 3:30pm World Coins 5 Australian Proclamation Coins 9 Australian Pre Decimal Coins I 11 Australian Pre Federation Banknotes 14 Australian Superscribed Banknotes 16 Australian War Related Banknotes 16 Superior Australian Pre Decimal Banknotes 17 British Coins 22 Australian Pre Decimal Starnotes 24 Australian Decimal Starnotes 25 World Gold Coins 26 Australian Gold Coins 27 Bullion Metal Issues (.999%) 30 Australian Gold Issues 31 First Prefix Australian Banknotes 31 Last Prefix Australian Banknotes 32 Misprinted Australian Banknotes 33

Session 2: 3:45pm - 5:30pm Colonial Dumps and Holey Dollars 35 Australian and Related Coin Rarities 36 Australian Pre Decimal Coins II 41 Australian Pre Decimal Proof Coins 51 Unofficial Patterns, Restrikes & Forgeries 52 Australian Tokens and Internment Camps 53 Australian Interesting Serial Numbered Banknotes 54 Australian Solid Serial Numbered Banknotes 54 Australian Decimal Bankotes 57 Mistruck Error Coins 59 World Banknotes 61 Ancient Coins 62 Medals & Medallions 62 Memorabilia 64 Miscellaneous Australian Banknotes 64 Miscellaneous Australian Coins 65 Miscellaneous & Unreserved Lots 67

2

Austria Thaler 1700. Salzburg. Old tone. gEF $375 - $400

3

Austria Proof set of 10 coins 1964. 2 Groschen to 50 Shilling. With Grillparzer 25 Shilling error (9 shields, not 10) - this coin catalogues at US $300 alone. Some toning. In small cardboard box. FDC $180 - $200

4

Bolivia 8 Soles 1837PTS LM. Slightly double struck. EF $110 - $120

5

Brazil 960 Reis 1814. Dark toned. EF $80 - $90

6

Canada 25 Cents 1947. Maple leaf after date. Prooflike. Ch.UNC/GEM $50 - $60

7

Ceylon 1804 48 Stivers. Elephant Reverse. Toned. Scarce. gEF $240 - $260

8

China 10 Cents 1907. Manchuria. EF $40 - $45

1

Austria 1/2 Thaler 1694 Johann Ernst. Salzburg (KM 235). Scarce. EF

9

Cocos Keeling Islands 2 Rupees 1913. J Clunies Ross. gVF

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Cocos Keeling Islands 5 Rupees 1913. J Clunies Ross. gVF

16

$240 - $250

German New Guinea Half Mark 1894A. Bright full mint bloom. NGC graded MS 65. Rare. Ch.UNC $1400 - $1500

11

Cocos Keeling Islands 25 Cent 1913. J Clunies Ross. Scarce. UNC $550 - $600

12

17

Cuba Peso 1934. UNC

German New Guinea Proof Half Mark 1894A. NGC graded PF 65. Superb old blue/red tone. Very rare. FDC $2800 - $3000

$50 - $60

13

German New Guinea 1 Pfennig 1894A. EF $200 - $220

18

German New Guinea 2 Mark 1894A. Some mint bloom. EF $550 - $600

14

German New Guinea 10 Pfennig 1894A. Mint red and brown. Scarce. UNC $400 - $450

19

German New Guinea 5 Mark 1894A. NGC graded MS 61. Light tone with some blue highlights and underlying mint bloom. Rare in this grade. UNC $5000 - $5500

20

15

German New Guinea Half Mark 1894A. Light tone with mint bloom. NGC graded AU 58. aU/UNC

Germany 3 Pfennig 1871. Mint red. Ch.UNC

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$30 - $35


21

Germany 6 Groschen 1685. Branenburg. Toned with traces of lustre. EF $130 - $140

27

New Zealand Threepence 1935 Waitangi. PCGS graded PR65. Light tone with full mint bloom. Very rare. FDC $2600 - $2800

22

Germany 1/3 Thaler (12 Mariengroschen) 1675 Rudolf Augustus. BrunswickWolfenbuttel, Wildman issue. Toned. EF $150 - $160

28

New Zealand Proof Shilling 1935. Light tone. A lovely example. FDC $1000 - $1100

23

Germany Thaler 1770A Maximillian III Joseph. Bavaria. Toned. EF $130 - $150

24

Germany Shooting Festival Thaler 1865B. Bremen. Prooflike with attractive tone. Ch.UNC/GEM

(2 coins of set of 6)

$130 - $140 25

Hong Kong 10 Cents 1889. UNC $60 - $70

26

Latvia 5 Lati 1932. aUNC $30 - $40

29

New Zealand Waitangi Proof set of 6 1935 including the rare Waitangi Crown issue. All coins NGC graded and slabbed from PF 63 to PF 66. Very rare. FDC $11500 - $12000

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35

Straits Settlements 1 Dollar 1920. gEF $50 - $60

36

Switzerland Thaler 1795. Bern. Reverse soldier. Gunmetal tone with nice fields. Scarce. aUNC $550 - $600

37

30

31

New Zealand Waitangi Proof set of 6 1935 including the rare Waitangi Crown issue. In red leather presentation box. Old tone with blue highlights. Very rare. FDC $13000 - $14000

USA Quarter Dollar 1878 CC. PCGS graded MS62. Lovely bright coin with mint lustre. Scarce. Ch.UNC $800 - $900

Poland 1/4 Thaler 1625 Sigismund III. Danzig. VF $120 - $140

38

USA Half Dollar 1831. Toned. gFINE/aVF $100 - $120

32

San Marino 20 Lire 1935R. Ch.UNC $170 - $180

33

Spain 2 Psetas 1905 Alfonso XIII. Young head type. Ch.UNC $70 - $80

34

Spain 8 Reales 1633R. Philip IIII. Once cleaned. Scarce. VF

39

USA Proof Half Dollar 1882. PCGS graded PR65CAM. Superb original light purple/blue tone with fantastic eye appeal. Rare. FDC

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$3250 - $3500


40

USA, Hawaii 1 Cent 1847 Kamehameha III. 15 Berries type. Reverse is some mint red UNC, the Obverse appears to have been wiped/cleaned at some stage. Scarce. gEF

45

GB Sixpence 1787 George III. Hearts issue. PCGS graded MS 64. Bright mint bloom. Scarce this nice. Ch.UNC/GEM $300 - $350

$325 - $350

41

GB Halfpenny 1806-7, KG III FINE, GB Penny 1797, KG III Soho Mint VG, GB Two Pence Cartwheel 1797, KG III Soho Mint FINE. Ex Downies/Sherwood, In Monetarium album. (3 coins total). VG-FINE

46

GB Gold Spade Guinea 1787. George III. VF $400 - $420

$150 - $180 42

GB Cartwheel Twopence 1797. George III. gVF/aEF $180 - $200

47

India Gold Mohur c1793, Bengal Presidency, Murshidabad type. NGC graded MS 61. Scarce this grade. UNC $1900 - $2000

43

GB Cartwheel Twopence 1797 George III. Some mint red and virtually unmarked fields, which is rare for this issue. Ch.UNC $1100 - $1200

48

India Gold Mohur c1793, Bengal Presidency, Murshidabad type. Traces of mint lustre. NGC graded MS 64. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC $2800 - $2900

44

GB Proof Cartwheel Twopence 1797 George III. Lovely even brown colour. Rare. FDC $1700 - $1800

49

Mexico 2 Reales 1782Mo FF. PCGS graded AU 55. Toned. aUNC $320 - $340

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50

Mexico 8 Reales 1791FM. Charles IIII. Some mint bloom. aUNC

56

Netherlands Gold Ducat 1780. Holland. Mint bloom. Scarce. UNC

$550 - $600

51

Mexico 8 Reales 1809TH. Ferdinand VII. Toned with some mint bloom. aUNC

$1000 - $1100

57

$650 - $700 52

Portugal Half Johanna 1750R. John V. Scarce type, and a nice example. EF $2400 - $2500

Netherlands 1/4 Gulden 1758. Light tone with some mint bloom. gEF $70 - $80

58

Portugal Half Johanna 1774R. Joseph I. VF $1000 - $1100

53

Netherlands 1 Gulden 1791. gVF/aEF $170 - $180

59 54

Spain Gold 4 Escudos 1795MF (1795/4). PCGS graded AU 55. Mint bloom, slight scrape across head. aUNC $900 - $1000

Netherlands 1 Gulden 1794. Bright bloom. aUNC/UNC $340 - $360

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55

Spain Gold 4 Escudos 1820 M GJ. PCGS graded AU 55. Mint bloom. aUNC

Netherlands 3 Gulden 1793. Scarce this nice. UNC $550 - $600

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$900 - $1000


Halfpenny 68

1926. Some mint red. Reverse scratch. aUNC/UNC $200 - $220

69 61

$60 - $80

1911. Some mint red. UNC $180 - $200

62

70

1933. Some mint red. UNC $180 - $200

1917. Some red. aU/UNC $110 - $120

63

1928. Some mint red on Reverse, with slight verdigris. EF

71

1934. Trace of mint red. UNC $80 - $90

1920. Some hints of mint red. gEF/aUNC $70 - $80

64

1921. Some mint red. aUNC $80 - $90

65

1923. Key date. Slight Obverse scratching. aFINE $700 - $800

72

1939. First Reverse type. Brown with mint bloom. Ch.UNC/GEM $140 - $150

73

1943I. Burgundy tone. UNC $30 - $40

Penny

66

74

1923. Key date. aFINE $1000 - $1100

67

1923. Key date. 6 pearls and most of centre diamond. aVF

1915. Scarce date. Nearly full centre diamond. gVF $50 - $60

75

1920. Double dot. Scarce. FINE

$1800 - $2000

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$140 - $150

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1925. Key date. VF

84

1956. Full mint red. GEM UNC

$220 - $240

77

$120 - $140

1925. Key date. Full centre diamond with hint of 7th/8th Pearls. Scarce. gVF

85

1959. Mint red and brown. Ch.UNC/GEM $200 - $220

$280 - $300

Threepence

78

1925. Key date. Once cleaned with some unnatural toning, however virtually UNC as far as wear goes. Some edge pitting on both sides, particularly on the Obverse. Scarce. aEF?

86

1912. Scarce date. EF $220 - $240

$300 - $400 79

87

1941 K.G. Hints of mint red. aUNC

1920M. aEF $110 - $120

$140 - $150 80

88

1942Y. Brown with some red. UNC

1921M. Toned. aUNC $50 - $60

$70 - $80 81

89

1948. Full mint red. Ch.UNC/GEM

1924. Late strike. aEF $80 - $90

$50 - $60

82

90

1950. Full blazing mint red. GEM UNC

1934/3 Overdate. PCGS graded XF 45. gVF $240 - $280

$110 - $120 83

91

1951. Full mint red. GEM UNC

1936. aUNC/UNC

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$40 - $50


92

1952. Soft tone with mint bloom. GEM UNC $100 - $120

102

1933. Key date. 6 pearls. gFINE/aVF $160 - $180

93

1953. Toned. GEM UNC $250 - $300

94

1955. Mint bloom. GEM UNC $70 - $80

103

1954. Mint bloom. Ch.UNC/GEM $100 - $110

Sixpence 95

Florin

1910. Scratches on Emu. aEF $40 - $50

96

104

1914. VF $100 - $110

1910. Gunmetal tone. UNC $140 - $150

97

1936. Toned. UNC $100 - $120 105

1919. gVF $240 - $260

106

1927. Some deep tone on Obverse. aEF $110 - $120

98

1953. Scarce. UNC $220 - $240

99

1960. Ch.UNC/GEM $60 - $80

107

1932. Key date. VG $110 - $120

108

1936. aEF $40 - $50

Shilling 100

1916. Soft tone. aUNC $100 - $120

101

1933. Key date. Old tone. gFINE

$110 - $120

109

1954 Royal Visit. Mint bloom. GEM UNC $140 - $150

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Crown 110

1937. Mint bloom, with a few contact marks. UNC $110 - $120

111

1937. Mint bloom, with a few contact marks. UNC $110 - $120

112

117

1937. Light tone and mint bloom. PCGS graded MS 62. Ch.UNC

One Shilling Promissory note of John Weavell. Van Diemen’s Land, Hobart Town 8-1-1824 No. 8 (MVR N/L). Some small wear/pinholes. Very rare. FINE-VF $6000 - $6500

$140 - $150 113

1938. Scarce. VF $140 - $150

114

1938. Scarce. VF $140 - $150 118

Ten Shillings Van Diemen’s Land Promissory not of J. Lepine. Hobart Town 23-7-1823, No. 4 (MVR N/L). Torn and mounted on light contemporary card. Very rare. VG $6000 - $6500

115

1938. Scarce. EF $220 - $240

116

Threepence Van Diemen’s Land Promissory note of T. Stace. Hobart Town 10-6-1826, No. 62 (MVR N/L). Torn and mounted on light contemporary card. Rare. VG

$3000 - $3500

119 One Pound Bank of Australasia, Queensland. Brisbane 18-- (MVR 1c). Black and White Specimen. Pencil notation above Specimen ‘9th August 1860’. Minor edge tear and two rounded corners. Extremely rare. gEF $14000 - $15000

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123

120 One Pound Commercial Bank of Sydney, Sydney NSW 18--. (MVR 3). Printer’s uniface colour trial Specimen, with No 2 hand written in margin in ink. Imprint engraved by W & K Johnston Edinburgh for Cowan & Co. Many multiple pinholes in left hand margin and slight paper toning. Very rare. EF $20000 - $22000

One Pound Queensland Government, Brisbane 1-7-1898 (MVR 1). Black and White Proof on card. Three large punch holes, cut corners as usual, with pencil notation on bottom ‘Sept 21st 1899’. Very rare. aUNC $8000 - $8500

124

121

One Pound Bukkulla Vineyard, McIntire River, Inverell. Signed and issued 9-4-1870, crossed paid and stamped. Type 1a (light blue print type). Two minor pin holes and rounded corner. Ex W Mira Collection, and in superior grade. Scarce. EF

One Pound Colonial Bank of Australasia, Melbourne 1-1-1906. Fully signed and issued. (MVR 3b). Old tears and central fold separations, worn and somewhat dirty. Extremely rare issue that catalogues at $80,000 in Fine. GOOD/VG $3500 - $4000

$1300 - $1400

122

One Pound Excelsior Bank, Sydney NSW c1884. Unissued remainder number 8060. Three large puncture marks in margin as is usual for this issue. In Excelsior Bank pack as issued by J Pettit, with certificate. One of 72 from the ‘Excelsior Bank Archive’. aUNC $4800 - $5000

125 One Pound Bank of Victoria, Melbourne 4-8-1908 (MVR 3c). Fully signed and is sued with light date stamp Aug 1908. At tractive issue with good colour and nice paper, with some minor holes in folds. Very rare. aFINE $20000 - $22000

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126

Five Pound National Bank of Australasia, South Australia. Adelaide 1-1-1876 (MVR 3aA). Black and White Proof. Missing two corners, with slight tears and ragged edges and minor black paper tone. Very rare. EF

129

$8000 - $8500

127 Five Pound Australian Joint Stock Bank, NSW. Sydney 1-7-1881 (MVR 3a). Fully signed and issued. Slightly ragged bottom edge, but with good paper and lovely eye appeal. Extremely rare. VF $20000 - $22000

Twenty Pound Australian and European Bank, Melbourne 1-6-18-- (MVR 1). Black and White Proof. Extremely rare issue from a bank established in 1874, then taken over by the Commercial Bank in 1879. Catalogues at $45,000. gVF $10000 - $11000

130

One Pound 1910 London Bank of Australia Ltd, Melbourne. Superscribed Collins-Allen (S 45). Some edge tears at top, but still a nice type example. FINE $12000 - $14000

128 Five Pounds Bank of New South Wales, Sydney NSW. Stamped 1st July 08 (1908). Imprint Charles Skipper & East, London (MVR 7f). Fully signed and issued, with exceptionally clear ink stamp and attractive eye appeal. A number of pinholes and folds, but with good colour and body. Extremely rare type. VF $25000 - $26000

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One Shilling Hay Internment Camps WWII. Camp Seven, 1-3-1941 Epstein-Stahl. The rarest signature issue of the One Shillings. Centre fold and very light paper tone. Rare. EF

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$14000 - $15000


IMPORTANT Please ensure all mail bids are received by us no later than Thursday 30th August as there will be no postal service on Friday 31st due to a local show public holiday.

Ten Shillings

132

1913 Collins-Allen (R 1c). Red serials issue. Minor edge faults and splits, some foxing, but still a presentable type example. Very rare. VG

133

1915 Collins-Allen (R 2d). Pinholes, ink stains in red and black and a tear at bottom. Scarce. VG $1500 - $1600

$9000 - $10000

134 1915 Collins-Allen (R 2d). A fresh new find not previously offered publicly. Lovely strong paper with superb colour and lovely appeal. One of the finest known of this very rare issue. gEF $40000 - $42000

135

1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 3b). Fresh and crisp with strong colour and numerous old folds. gFINE/aVF $2800 - $3000

136

1926 Kell-Collins (R 5). aFINE/FINE $750 - $800

137 1926 Kell-Collins (R 5). Fully crisp with original paper. Seldom seen in this grade, and thus under valued as such. Rare. UNC $40000 - $42000

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138

1927 Kell-Heathershaw (R 6). Somewhat worn & dirty, but a whole note. GOOD/VG $600 - $700

139

1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). Three heavy folds, a little dirty. gFINE/aVF $750 - $800

140

1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). Crisp, with multiple folds. aVF

144 1934 Riddle-Sheehan (R 10). Red over print type. An attractive example and very rare in this grade, extremely hard to find as such. UNC $18000 - $20000 145

1939 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 12). aUNC

$1100 - $1200

$900 - $1000 146

1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 13). Crisp, a few light flicks. aUNC/UNC $400 - $450

147

1949 Coombs-Watt (R 14). UNC $1100 - $1200

148

141 1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). Crisp with lovely fresh paper. Rare in this grade. UNC $28000 - $29000

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 15). Consecutive pair. Crisp and fresh with bends/handling. gEF/aUNC $900 - $1000

149

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 15). Fresh. UNC $1200 - $1400

150

1954. Coombs-Wilson (R 16). UNC $280 - $300

151

1961 Coombs-Wilson Reserve (R 17). Fresh. (3 notes). UNC $350 - $400

142

1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 8a). Thick signature issue. Good paper although worn with some folding, and slight staining and minor rust. A presentable type note of this rare issue. FINE

One Pound

$2800 - $3000 143

1934 Riddle-Sheehan (R 10). Red overprint type. Slight dirt on back. FINE $400 - $500

152

1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 21). Nice type note. FINE $1100 - $1200

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153

1923 Miller-Collins (R 23b). No imprint type. aVF $1100 - $1200

154 1923 Miller-Collins (R 23b). No imprint type. Crisp and fully natural note in superb original as from the bank state. Extremely rare this grade. UNC $28000 - $30000

158 1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Consecutive run of 5. Crisp and fully natural fresh notes in virtually as from the bank state. Lightest trace of a nearly flat centre bend and minor tellers flick as seen with the notes from this, part of the famous ‘K/9’ Prefix hoard. Rare. UNC $40000 - $42000

159

1932 Riddle-Sheehan (R 27b). Thin signature type. aVF $700 - $800

160

1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 28). EF $600 - $650

155

1926 Kell-Collins (R 24). Crisp and flat, and a lovely example. Very rare this grade. UNC $24000 - $26000

161

1938 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 29). Consecutive pair. Hint of two lightest roll folds. UNC $2000 - $2200

162

1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 30a). Consecutive run of 3. UNC $1700 - $1800

156

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). VF

163

1949 Coombs-Watt (R 31). UNC

$450 - $500

$700 - $750 164

1953 Coombs-Wilson (R 33). Consecutive pair. UNC $380 - $400

165 157

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Crisp with lovely fresh paper. Light hint of a roll fold. Scarce. UNC $7000 - $7500

1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34b). Fresh. (2 notes). UNC $300 - $350

166

1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34b). Consecutive run of 10. Fresh, Ex bundle. Catalogues at $3,850. Ch.UNC $2200 - $2400

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167 Five Pound 1914 Collins-Allen (R 36b). Prefix U type. Extremely rare in this grade, and a very under rated note. 17 examples recorded, this example previously unsighted and probably the equal 6th or 7th finest. Good original paper and with nice colour. Very rare. aVF $29000 - $30000

168 1918 Cerutty-Collins (R 37a). The finest known of this issue, and rarely seen in any grade, with only 10 examples recorded. Exceptional fresh paper and lovely colour, with only light traces of folding and handling. Ex the Roy Brook Collection (lot 479), the Mick Vort Ronald Collection (lot 82) and the Blue Collection (lot 174). Significantly rarer than the more common (R 37b) issue, and an issue missing from most collections. Extremely rare and a highly important banknote. EF $90000 - $100000

Five Pound 169

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 42). Nice type note. aVF/VF $2200 - $2400

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180

1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 50). Consecutive pair. UNC $1100 - $1200

181

1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 50). Consecutive trio. UNC $1600 - $1700

170

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 42). Consecutive pair. Crisp with three old folds. Scarce in pairs. gVF

Ten Pound

$9000 - $9500

182 171

1932 Riddle-Sheehan (R 56). Somewhat worn, but a whole original note. A presentable type note of this very rare issue. High catalogue value of $17,500. VG+ $6500 - $7000

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 42). Crisp with full body, and only very light handling. Rare in this condition. aUNC/UNC $12000 - $14000

172

1933 Riddle-Sheehan R/10 (R 44bF). White face of King. First prefix issued. aVF $2200 - $2400

173

1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). aUNC/UNC $1300 - $1400

174

183

1934 Riddle-Sheehan (R 57). Fresh original note with some light handling and minor creases/ folds. Scarce. gVF/aEF $4800 - $5000

1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). Crisp. UNC $4000 - $4400

175

1949 Coombs-Watt (R 47). aUNC $1700 - $1800

176

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 48). Slight teller’s flick and centre fold. Fresh with original sheen, crisp. aUNC $900 - $1000

177

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 48). Crisp. UNC $4000 - $4400

178

1954 Coombs-Wilson (R 49). UNC $650 - $700

179

1954 Coombs-Wilson (R 49). Consecutive pair. UNC

184 1934 Riddle-Sheehan V/3 (R 57L). Ex Max Stern in the 1970’s where it has remained since, and straight from a bundle fresh. Full waxy sheen, crisp and original with virtually no signs of handling. Superb and one of the finest examples of this type we have handled. Rare. UNC $30000 - $32000

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185

1940 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 58F). First prefix V/3. Crisp with some folding. aVF $1700 - $1800

186

1943 Armitage-McFarlane (R 59F). First prefix V/5. Crisp. gEF $1500 - $1600

191

Halfpenny 1806. George III. Mint red and brown. (S. 3781). UNC $240 - $260

187

1949 Coombs-Watt (R 59). Crisp, with raised ink on back with some sheen. Scarce. UNC $5500 - $6000

192

Sixpence 1777 Anne. (S. 3619). Light tone and mint lustre. Ch.UNC $300 - $350

188

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 61). Crisp, with a hint of a centre bend. Scarce. aUNC/UNC $8750 - $9000

193

Shilling Phillip & Mary 1555 (S. 2501). English titles only. aFINE $380 - $400

189 1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 61). Rare consecutive pair. Light traces of storage on both notes. UNC $32000 - $34000

194

190

1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 63).

aUNC/UNC

Shilling Newark beseiged 1646 Charles I. Lozenge shaped (S. 3143). A rare siege piece. Worn on the Reverse and a little uneven as usual. Scarce. FINE/VG

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199

One Dollar 1804 Oval Countermark Charles III. On 1788FM Mexico 8 Reales. Strong C/S with dark blue and red tone with mint lustre. An attractive example. aEF/EF

195 Shilling 1658 Oliver Cromwell. Light old gunmetal tone with underlying mint bloom. NGC graded MS 64. Very rare this grade, virtually as struck. Ch.UNC $8000 - $8500

$825 - $850

200

Gold Half Guinea 1802 George III. Sixth head type. UNC/Ch.UNC $1100 - $1200

196

Shilling 1723 SSC (South Sea Company) George I (S. 3647). Toned with underlying mint bloom. PCGS graded MS 63. Scarce this grade. Ch.UNC $750 - $800

201

Gold Guinea 1711 Anne. (S. 3574). Slight rim mark, possible ex mount? Scarce. VF $800 - $850

197

Crown 1658 Oliver Cromwell (S. 3226). Some toning. Always a popular issue. Scarce. gVF $3700 - $3800

202

Gold Guinea 1774 George III. Fourth bust. aEF $850 - $900

198

Half Dollar Emergency issue on Spain 4 Reales 1792. Oval countermark, Madrid (S. 3767). Scarce. VF $900 - $1000

203

Gold Two Guineas 1739. George II (S. 3668). Nearly full mint bloom. Rare. aUNC

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204

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

205

Scotland Penny James VI 1602 Merk. Scottish thistle on Obverse. FINE

$700 - $800

$580 - $600

206 Ten Shillings 1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 13sL). G/95 last prefix. Crisp and original fresh note with minimal handling that is a new to market find. Very rare as the key starnote in the series, and an excellent opportunity to obtain this seldom seen note in this superior grade. One of the finest known. gEF $50000 - $55000

Ten Shillings

208 207

1949 Coombs-Watt (R 14sL). Slightly off centre print as often happens in the Ten Shilling issue. A nice type note. Last prefix starnote issued. Scarce. EF $15000 - $16000

1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 17s). A fresh note, fully crisp and original. UNC $22000 - $24000

One Pound 209

1953 Coombs-Wilson (R 33s). A nice type example. VF $2500 - $2600

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211

1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34bs). A little stained. FINE $750 - $800

212

210

1953 Coombs-Wilson (R 33s). Nice type note. gVF/aEF

1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34bs). Some minor handling but a nice, no problems type note. gEF/aUNC $7000 - $7500

$3400 - $3500

213 Five Pound 1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 50sL). Last prefix TC/13. A lovely fresh, crisp original note with sheen and in superb original virtually as from the bank state. A new find and a classic rarity, with perhaps only 4 or 5 examples known in this condition. Extremely rare this grade. UNC $65000 - $70000

One Dollar 214

1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 71s). Teller’s flick, hint of centre bend. Fresh. aUNC/UNC

216

$1800 - $2000

1968 Coombs-Randall (R 72s). Nice fresh example. Light tellers flick. Scarce. UNC $7000 - $7500

215

1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 71s). Consecutive pair. One is UNC, the other aUNC/UNC with 2 flicks/ folds. Lovely fresh notes. aUNC/UNC-UNC

217

1968 Coombs-Randall (R 72s). Consecutive pair. One note with slight teller’s flick, the other flat. Otherwise original, crisp and fresh. Rare. UNC

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218

1969 Phillips-Randall (R 73s). Nice fresh example. UNC $2800 - $3000

Two Dollar 219

1967 Coombs-Randall (R 82sL). Last prefix ZFK. Crisp, original example with the barest hint of a tellers flick. UNC

224

$7000 - $7500

Five Dollar

1967 Coombs-Randall (R 302sL). Rare last prefix ZSE. Nice fresh example in nearly perfect state. Catalogues at $26,250. Rare. UNC $14000 - $15000

225

1968 Phillips-Randall (R 303s). gEF $1800 - $2000

220

1967 Coombs-Randall (R 202sF). First prefix ZNA. Lovely fresh note with only a hint of a centre bend. Scarce. aUNC/UNC

226

Austria Restrike Medallic Issue of Leo ‘Hogmouth’ dated in roman numerals 1967. aFDC

$5000 - $5500

$280 - $300

227

Russia 15 Roubles 1897. aEF $525 - $550

221

1969 Phillips-Randall (R 203sF). Rare first prefix ZNC. Nice fresh example and the key decimal starnote. Catalogues at $32,750. Rare. UNC $18000 - $19000

229

USA Two and a Half Dollar 1907. aEF $180 - $200 USA Five Dollar 1880. Edge knock. aVF $360 - $370

1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 301s). aVF $650 - $700

223

Spain 25 Pesetas 1878. Edge knocks. VF $400 - $420

230

Ten Dollar 222

228

231

USA Five Dollar 1882. gVF/aEF $370 - $380

1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 301s). Fresh note. UNC

232

USA Twenty Dollar 1895. gEF

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238

1911P. In a fancy 9ct gold frame with bale. aFINE $280 - $300

Half Sovereign

239

1914S, 1915S. George V. (2 coins). EF-aUNC $360 - $380

240

1915P. George V. UNC $375 - $400

241

1915S. George V. UNC $200 - $220

233 1866 Sydney Mint Type II. Sharply struck with a few minor Obverse field marks. Very rare. aUNC/UNC $28000 - $30000

242

1915S. George V. (2 coins). EF-aUNC $360 - $380

243

1915S, 1916S. George V. (2 coins). EF-aUNC $360 - $380

234

1887S Jubilee Head. Scarce. aUNC $700 - $750

244

1918P. Scarce date. A nice example, well struck with a good Reverse. Rare. gEF $4000 - $4500

235

1891S Jubilee Head. Some old tone. EF $750 - $800

236

1906S. Edward VII. aUNC $300 - $325

237

245 1918P. Scarce date. A superior example with mint bloom and a superb strong strike. In the top few examples known. Extremely rare in this grade. Ch.UNC $8000 - $8500

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246 Sovereign 1861/0 Overdate. Sydney Mint, type II. A superb coin with virtually no trace of wear, and only some minor Obverse marks, but well struck with mint bloom. Probably the finest example known and previously unseen on the Auction Market, this example was reported to have come from India in 2006. Catalogues at $87,500, this is a unique opportunity to acquire a very rare and exciting key gold item. Ch.UNC $60000 - $65000

Sovereign

249

247

1868 Sydney Mint Type II. Scarce. UNC

1862 Sydney Mint Type II. Rare this grade. UNC

$3900 - $4000

$14000 - $15000

250 248

1870 Sydney Mint Type II. Struck from slightly worn dies. Ch.UNC $3000 - $3200

1865 Sydney Mint Type II. Scarce. EF $2000 - $2200

251

1883M. Shield Young Head. Scarce date. Obverse scratch. aUNC $850 - $900

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252

1885M. Shield Young Head. aUNC/UNC $680 - $700

258 253

1887M. Jubilee Head Victoria. SS JEB (small spaced). Bright mint lustre and sharply struck. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC $2200 - $2400

1887M Shield Young Head. Beautifully struck with mint lustre. Very rare date. Ch.UNC $13000 - $15000

259

1896M. Veiled Head Victoria. gFINE $380 - $400

260

1897M. Veiled Head Victoria. UNC $550 - $600

254

1875S. Young Head Victoria. Scarce. Ch.UNC

261

$3000 - $3200

255

1883M. Young Head Victoria. Rare date. aUNC/UNC

1911M. In a fancy 9ct gold frame with bale. gFINE $400 - $420

262

$1600 - $1800

1927P. George V. Scarce date. Minor Obverse marks. UNC $750 - $800

256

1886M. Young Head Victoria. Soft mint bloom and virtually as struck. Rare. GEM UNC

263

$2800 - $3000

1928M. George V. Well struck. Scarce. aUNC/UNC $3500 - $3600

264

1931P. George V. Small Head type.

Ch.UNC $550 - $600

257

265

1887S. Jubilee Head Victoria. Scarce. aUNC/UNC

Assorted Edward VII and Gorge V issues. (20 coins). FINE-aVF

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NOTE: NO Buyers Premium or GST 266

Australian Kangaroo 1oz gold coin 2008. UNC $1600 - $1650

267

Australian Kangaroo 1oz gold coin 2009. UNC $1600 - $1650

275 Australian Nugget Gold Proof 1991 10oz. In original Jarrah box with felt bag and certificate number 011. Scarce low mintage issue of only 250. UNC $16000 - $17000

268

Australian Kangaroo 1oz gold coin 2010. UNC $1600 - $1650

269

276

Floral Emblems of Australia 1998 $150 Gold Proof. In box of issue with certificate. FDC

Australian Nugget 1oz gold coin 1987. UNC

$825 - $850

$1600 - $1650 270

Australian Nugget 1oz gold coin 1988. UNC $1600 - $1650

271

Australian Nugget 1oz gold coin 1996. UNC $1600 - $1650

272

Australian Nugget 1oz gold coin 1996. UNC

$1600 - $1650 273

Gold Bar 1oz ‘Oriana’. By The Perth Mint. In original bubble pack. UNC $1600 - $1650

Australian Nugget 1oz gold coin 1996. UNC $1600 - $1650

274

277

278

Gold Bar 1oz ‘Oriana’. By The Perth Mint. In original bubble pack. UNC $1600 - $1650

Australian Nugget 1oz gold coin 1996. UNC $1600 - $1650

279

Gold Bar 50g. By PAMP, Switzerland. In original bubble pack. UNC $2500 - $2600

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Ten Shillings 291

1954 Coombs-Wilson AC/00 (R 16F). Centre bend and some handling. EF $1700 - $1800

280

Gold Bar 100g. By PAMP, Switzerland. In original bubble pack. UNC

One Pound 292

$5000 - $5200

1953 Coombs-Wilson HA/00 (R 33F). Slight stains. aVF $700 - $800

281

Gold Bar 5oz. By ABC Bullion Company. UNC $7800 - $8000

282

One Dollar

Gold Bar 5oz. By ABC Bullion Company. UNC $7800 - $8000

283

Platinum Koala Proof coin set 1992. 10z to 1/20oz plus medallion. FDC $2900 - $3000

284

Platinum Koala Proof coin set 1993. 10z to 1/20oz plus medallion. FDC

293

$2900 - $3000

285

$2400 - $2500

$200 Gold Coin 1980. Koala. FDC $380 - $400

286

1966 Coombs-Wilson AAA (R 71F). Consecutive pair. Ex Gordon Andrews (note designer). These are not notes released for the 25th Anniversary sets, but were privately given to him from official archive notes at the time, which is part of the reason the numbers and the set numbers didn’t match. Low number serials AAA 000908/9. Rare as such. UNC

Two Dollar

$200 Gold Coin 1980. Koala. FDC $380 - $400

287

$200 Gold Coin 1981. Royal Wedding. FDC $380 - $400

288

$200 Gold Proof Coin 1985. Koala. FDC $380 - $400

289

294

$200 Gold Proof 1989. Frilled Neck Lizard. FDC

1966 Coombs-Wilson FAA (R 81F). Consecutive pair. Scarce. UNC $3300 - $3400

$380 - $400 290

Ten Dollar

$200 Gold Proof 1990. Platypus. FDC $380 - $400

295

1966 Coombs-Wilson SAA (R 301F). Multiple folds and dirty. FINE $40 - $50

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Twenty Dollar 296

Two Dollar

1966 Coombs-Wilson XAA (R 401F). Consecutive pair. Centre fold. (Catalogues at $840). aUNC

303

$350 - $400

1985 Johnston-Fraser LQG (R 89L). Consecutive pair & 2 singles. (4 notes). (Catalogues at $380). UNC $130 - $140

Fifty Dollar 297

1973 Phillips-Wheeler YAA (R 505F). (3 notes total). gVF-EF $280 - $300

298

Five Dollar 304

1974 Phillips-Wheeler YAA (R 505F). Consecutive pair. aUNC

1991 Fraser-Cole QPG (R 213L). Consecutive run of 4. (Catalogues at $480). UNC $160 - $180

$600 - $650

Ten Dollar

One Hundred Dollar 299

1984 Johnston-Stone ZAA (R 608F). (3 notes total). Edge nick on one. VF-EF

305

1991 Fraser-Cole MRR (R 313L). UNC $60 - $70

$420 - $440 306

1991 Fraser-Cole MRR (R 313L). Consecutive run of 6. (Catalogues at $1,320). UNC $400 - $500

Ten Shillings Twenty Dollar 307

1993 Fraser-Evans ADK (R 415L). UNC $60 - $70

308 300

1993 Fraser-Evans ADK (R 415L). Consecutive run of 4. (Catalogues at $540). Ink mark from printing on one note. UNC

1961 Coombs-Wilson AH/65 (R 71L). Consecutive pair. Rare as pair. Catalogues at $8,800. UNC

$200 - $220

$5000 - $5500

POSTAL BIDDERS:

One Pound 301

1961 Coombs-Wilson HK/65 (R 34bL). gEF $1000 - $1200

One Dollar 302

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1982 Johnston-Stone DPS (R 78L). Consecutive pair. (Catalogues at $220). UNC $70 - $80

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One Hundred Dollar 309

1991 Fraser-Cole ZLD (R 613L). Two singles, only 1 number apart. (Catalogues at $1,000). UNC $325 - $350

310

1991 Fraser-Cole ZLD (R 613L). Consecutive pair. (Catalogues at $1,000). UNC $350 - $400 313 1974. Massive registration shift on front, 200mm downwards. A significant amount of the previous top note printed above, including both the signatures and part of the design. Two checkers’ marks, one on each side. Interestingly, the serial numbers have still been printed along bottom of note as usual indicating the error occurred after that printing phase. An important note, and one of the best and most striking major errors I have seen. VF

Ten Pound

$4000 - $4500

311

1954. Massive corner flap on bottom L/H corner. Crisp, with some folds. A major error of the whole Pre Decimal series. It is quite amazing that such a note exists, with so few Pre Decimal errors of significance known. Ex J. Fyfe collection. Extremely rare. gVF

$9000 - $10000 314

Two Dollar

1985. Large registration shift on Obverse, 5mm to left. Checkers’ mark. Scarce this far off centre. UNC $1000 - $1100

312

1968. Missing part intaglio (black) print, due to obstruction during printing, causing 5mm diagonal band of white unprinted area on Obverse along top across head and ‘Comm’. Multiple folds and a little dirty. FINE $280 - $300

315

1985. Missing all simultan (colour) print on Reverse. Very rare on Two Dollar and an eye catching error. gEF $3600 - $3800

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Ten Dollar

Twenty Dollar

316

318 1967 Coombs-Randall. An amazing consecutive run of 6, 5 of which are error notes with mismatched serial numbers. Serials are SFA 039711/16, 039712/16, 039712/16, 039713/16, 039714/16, 039715/16 and normal note SFA 039716. An unbelievable and unique error. Fresh with only the lightest handling on these rare anyway notes, as good as they come and in original condition. Catalogues at $6,600 for the notes alone without the added rarity of the misprint error. (6 notes). UNC

1995 Polymer. Missing all simultan (colour) print on both sides. A rare and striking error. UNC $3700 - $3800

One Hundred Dollar

$9000 - $9500

319

1985. Missing all simultan (colour) print on Reverse, causing missing signatures. Scarce. UNC $2000 - $2200

317

1968. Major diagonal paper crease through both sides of note, causing a section of unprinted white paper of 5mm, and causing a small corner flap at right. A major and striking error. Very rare, especially for this early an issue. aUNC $1800 - $2000

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320

N/D polymer. Missing all intaglio (black) print both sides, and missing some colour print also. No serials or signatures. A rare and spectacular error. aUNC

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321 Dump Fifteen Pence 1813 NSW. Type A/1. Nice clear and strong crown with good lettering on both sides. Some old minor surface marks. A great cheaper example with a high catalogue value. Rare. gFINE/aVF $22000 - $24000

322 Holey Dollar Five Shillings 1813 NSW. Struck on an 8 Reales 1799FM Charles IIII, Mexico City Mint (dies B/4: II/6). (Mira-Noble 1799/3). With T.Knight counter mark (T. Knight was believed to be a Jeweller and Bullion dealer from Balmain). 8 such counter marked coins are known to exist (with this being one of the better examples). Whilst somewhat worn, the coin exhibits nice clear counter marks and the host coin shows the majority of its original detail. Ex NZ collection, Spink Aust. Sale 21, March 1987 (lot 791) and W.T (Bill) Parish, with original ticket from M.R.Roberts as sold by Barrie Winsor for $5,950. A great cheaper example, and an ideal purchase to celebrate in 2013 the Bicentenary of the Holey Dollar 1813-2013. Rare. VG $32500 - $35000 International Auction Galleries - Sale 76

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323 Holey Dollar Five Shillings 1813 NSW. Counter stamped on Charles IIII Mexico Mint 8 Reales 1793. Mira 1793/3 Dies 11/9, B/5 Spalding 42. Superb provenance; ex Nobleman Sale Sothebys 31 March 1922, lot 713, R Jewell Collection, P Spalding Collection. The Nobleman collection was owned by Duke Philip Ferrari de La Renotière, Duke of Gallièra (January 11, 1850 May 20, 1917). Philip Spalding was a noted collector and Author of ‘The World of the Holey Dollar’. A lovely original coin with beautiful strong, clear countermarks and inside edge beading on both sides, with attractive old tone with nice even wear giving it good eye appeal. An exceptional coin of impeccable and impressive provenance that would be ideal to tuck away just in time for the bicentenary of the Holey Dollar in 2013. gVF $150000 - $160000

324 Taylor Pattern Sixpence c.1855 struck in silver, Kangaroo Office, Port Phillip. Rare milled edge earlier type. The milled edge type is far rarer than the (somewhat later strikings) of the plain edge types, and is under rated thus in both rarity and price, with only a few examples known. Lovely dark old tone with underlying red and blue hints. An outstanding item from an important old collection. Extremely rare. FDC $50000 - $55000

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325 Taylor Gold Pattern Shilling C 1860, plain edge type. A fantastic coin, with a superb portrait, brilliant proof mirror fields and an amazing provenance to match. Ex the J.G. Murdoch Collection, Sothebys 1904 (lot 651). John G. Murdoch was a famous 19th Century Industrialist, and whose collection of English coins is still considered one of the most important ever formed. This coin was part of a multi auction sale that today would have been worth hundreds of millions of dollars in value. Also ex The Strauss collection and the Quartermaster Collection. One of only two examples known, this is a highly important and extremely rare coin. FDC $200000 - $220000 International Auction Galleries - Sale 76

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326 Proof Sovereign 1888M. Jubilee Head. Beautiful satin Proof mirror finish, and very attractive. Ex J.G. Murdoch Collection, Sothebys 1904 (lot 628), Noble Sale 48 1995 and a private collec tion. Extremely rare, and one of only 2 or 3 examples known. FDC $125000 - $130000

327 Proof Sovereign 1896M. Veiled Head. Beautiful mirror fields with a cameo Proof finish, and very attractive. Ex J.G. Murdoch Collection, Sothebys 1904 (lot 640) and a private collection. Extremely rare, and one of only 2 or 3 examples known. FDC $125000 - $130000 Page 38

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328 Proof silver set of 4 coins 1934, Threepence to Florin. Attractive old light to medium dark gun metal toning and with underlying mint brilliance. A superb and well matched silver set with virtually unmarked original surfaces. Extreme rare. FDC $80000 - $90000

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329 Proof Shilling 1935. Attractive old gunmetal tone with much mint brilliance. A superior example of a George V Proof issue. Very rare. FDC $32000 - $34000

330 Proof Penny 1951PL. Nearly full brilliant mint red, and very rare as such as most copper Proofs of this era are usually more brown and red. A superior example, and one of the finest known. FDC $36000 - $38000

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Halfpenny 335

1923. Key date. Problem free with most of centre diamond and ghost of 7/8th pearls. Die cracks on both sides, and a nice attractive brown colour. VF $2200 - $2400

331

1912. Mostly mint red. UNC $250 - $275

336 332

1923. Key date. Well struck with full band and most of 7/8th Pearls. A superior example and rare this grade. aEF

1912. Full mint red. PCGS graded MS 64RD. Ch.UNC/GEM

$5500 - $6000

$900 - $1000

337

333

1930. Red and brown. Scarce date with colour. UNC/Ch.UNC

1914H. Nearly full mint red. Fully struck up and very rare in this grade, especially with this much colour. In the top three examples known. Ch.UNC/GEM

$1000 - $1100

$3000 - $3500

338

1934. Nearly full mint red. Ch.UNC/GEM $450 - $500

334 1915H. Key date. Well struck, mint red/ burgundy and brown lustre. Rare in this grade, and an attractive example. Ch.UNC $7000 - $7500

339

1939 Roo. Mint red and brown with significant red colour. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC/GEM

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Penny

340

1911. Mint red and burgundy tone. A few Obverse marks. UNC

344

1919 Dot below. Full mint red. PCGS graded MS 64RD. Scarce. Ch.UNC/GEM $1600 - $1700

$400 - $450

341

345 1912. Mostly mint red. UNC/Ch.UNC

1919 Dot below. Full mint red, and a superior example. GEM UNC $1800 - $2000

$600 - $700

342

346 1917. Nearly full mint red and purple. Specimen like strike. Ch.UNC/GEM

1920 Dot above bottom scroll. Full fresh bright mint red colour but a rather flat, late striking. Scarce this nice. Ch.UNC/GEM $3700 - $3800

$1100 - $1200

343

1918I. Scarce date. Brown with mint lustre and hints of red. Well struck for this date. UNC

347

1925. Key date. Appears to have been once lightly cleaned at some stage. Well struck with a full band and nice sharp Reverse. Scarce. gEF/aUNC

$1500 - $1600

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348 1925. Key date. Mostly brown, and well struck, with some nice even mint red appearance to the surfaces. A superior example and very rare in this grade. UNC/Ch.UNC $17000 - $18000

Threepence

349

1928. Mint red and brown. Well struck with virtually no signs of wear. Rare in this condition for this underrated date. Ch.UNC

352

$2700 - $2800

350

1933/2. Overdate. Brown, with a hint of mint red lustre and colour. Nice clear overdate. Scarce. UNC

1910. Superb old blue gunmetal toning. GEM UNC $250 - $300

353

1911. Sharp strike. Ch.UNC/GEM $1000 - $1100

$2200 - $2400

CONSIGNMENTS: 351

1946. Key date. Superb burgundy/red colour and well struck. A superior example and one of the nicest I have seen. Rare. Ch.UNC/GEM $5000 - $5500

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354 1915. Superb old tone, fully and sharply struck Advance Australia, Star and Pearls. Lovely fresh underlying mint bloom. One of the finest known of this key date issue. Very rare. GEM UNC $11000 - $12000

355

1918. Bright mint lustre. UNC/Ch,UNC

358

1921M. Milky subdued mint bloom. Ch.UNC/GEM

$400 - $450

$450 - $500

356

1918. Mostly darker toned. Ch.UNC

$500 - $550

359

1922/1 Overdate. Nice even no problems coin that is a marginally better than average example. Ex IAG sale 67 March 2008 lot 381, sold for $5,700 plus commission. Rare. VG+ $3000 - $3200

357

1921. Dark old tone with some minor Obverse marks, and a noticeable Reverse die crack. Scarce. UNC $1000 - $1100

360

1925. Toned. Ch.UNC $500 - $550

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361

1927. Deep old tone. Ch.UNC $325 - $350

366 362

1934. Subdued bloom with Obverse die cracks. Ch.UNC

1910. Soft green and pink tone. A superb coin that is as struck, and a worthy type example. GEM UNC $1000 - $1100

$350 - $375

363

367

1935. UNC/Ch.UNC $300 - $350

364 1942. Key date. Light tone with subdued mint bloom and a great Obverse. Nearly impossible to improve upon and easily in the finest 10 known. Rare. Ch.UNC/GEM $7500 - $8000

1912. A little flatness/wear on feathers. UNC $750 - $800

368 1918M. Superb light golden pink tone, with specimen-like sharp striking and virtually blemish free fields. An amazing coin, believed to be the finest known. GEM UNC $14000 - $15000

Sixpence

365

1910. Light tone with mint bloom. PCGS graded MS 64. Ch.UNC/GEM

369

1921. PCGS graded MS 65. Cameo frosted Obverse, with attractive tone and eye appeal. Rare this grade. GEM UNC

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370

1923. Flat toning. A few minor marks. aUNC/UNC

375

1939. Scarce in high grade. Ch.UNC $400 - $450

$380 - $400

371

376 1924. Attractive red and blue old tone with some mint bloom. Scarce date. UNC/Ch.UNC

1939. Full mint bloom, fresh and as struck. Rare this nice. GEM UNC $1100 - $1200

$2700 - $2800

377

372

1925. Red and green peripheral tone, and virtually in mint state. An underrated date in high grade. Scarce. GEM UNC

1952. Soft tone, and a superior example of this hard to find date that would be nearly impossible to improve on. Key date of the George VI series. Rare. Ch.UNC/GEM $1400 - $1500

$3400 - $3500

373

378 1934. Star a little flatly struck. UNC

1953. Soft tone with mint bloom, with minor contact on the feathers the only thing keeping this from perfection. Scarce. Ch.UNC/GEM $600 - $700

$325 - $350

Shilling

374

1936. Proof-like sharp strike and a mirror Obverse with mint bloom. GEM UNC $400 - $450

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379

1910. Old peripheral tone, sharply struck. Ch.UNC/GEM

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380

1911. Old red and blue tone. Slight wear on high points. UNC

384

1935. Virtually as struck with soft tone and mint bloom. Scarce this grade. GEM UNC

$800 - $900

$900 - $1000

385

1939. Attractive subdued toning. Ch.UNC/GEM $500 - $550

381

1915H. Key date. Beautiful old red and blue tone, with lovely eye appeal and well struck for this issue. One of the finest known of this very rare date. Ch.UNC/GEM $18000 - $20000

386

1940. Key date. A nice example with some mint bloom, and better than is usually seen. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC/GEM $1400 - $1500

382

1921 Star. Key date. Light pinkish tone with traces of mint bloom. A little weakly struck as usual. VF $250 - $275

383

1933. Key date. Light tone with traces of mint bloom. Scarce. aUNC $2250 - $2500

387

1955. Mint bloom GEM UNC $150 - $160

Florin

388

1910. Peripheral red and blue tone with full, amazing mint bloom. A great type coin with good eye appeal, well struck with only some minor contact marks in the fields. Ch.UNC/GEM $5500 - $6000

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389 1913. Scarce date. Light tone with some mint bloom and well struck for the date. Rare in this grade. UNC/Ch.UNC $8500 - $9000

390 1914H. Key date. Sharply and fully struck up for this issue, with frosty mint bloom. A key coin in the Pre Decimal series, and one of the finest two or three examples of this date known. The best example we have seen on the market in recent years. Extremely rare. GEM UNC $28000 - $30000

391

1915H. Attractive old peripheral tone with mint bloom. Some minor wear/marks on the high points. Scarce. UNC/Ch.UNC

392

1917. Light old tone with mint bloom and nice eye appeal. Ch.UNC/GEM

$4400 - $4600

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393 1919. Scarce date. Superb light salmon tone highlights with fully lustrous mint bloom. Fully struck up with sharp detail and beautiful eye appeal. One of the finest known of this some what underrated date. Rare. Ch.UNC/GEM $14000 - $15000

394

396

1923. Peripheral tone with some mint bloom. UNC/Ch.UNC

1927 Canberra. Deep dark red tone. GEM UNC $380 - $400

$2800 - $3000

397

1927 Canberra. Superb old red and green tone, with virtually mark free surfaces and no trace of wear with full ‘steps’. Purchased as a Proof in the 1960’s by the vendor, although the rims would suggest this is an early strike in exceptional condition instead. GEM UNC $400 - $450

395

1926. Full satin mint bloom with light attractive toning. Well struck for this date, and one of the finest known. Rare. Ch.UNC/GEM $5500 - $6000

398

1932. Key date. FINE $220 - $240

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399 1932. Key date. Light gunmetal tone with some lustre. Well struck with a few minor field marks, however a superior example with good eye appeal. Ex Status Sale 242 October 2007 lot 6618 (Illustrated on the front cover) where it sold for $29,125. Very rare. Ch.UNC $16000 - $17000

400

1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. Part wreath, some light tone. UNC

402

1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. Some old tone with most of wreath of rider. UNC/Ch.UNC

$380 - $400

$450 - $500

401

1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. Part wreath, some light tone. With damaged Foys bag. UNC

403

1934/5 Melbourne Centenary. Part wreath, some light tone and bloom. With worn Foys bag. Ch.UNC

$475 - $500

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Crown

404

1934-5 Melbourne Centenary. Old peripheral tone, fully struck up wreath and hand, and the best non specimen example I have seen. Superb, and rare this grade. GEM UNC

408

1938. Usual Obverse contact marks. aUNC/UNC $450 - $500

$1600 - $1800

409

405

1939. Well struck with lovely clear fields and soft mint bloom. Rare in this grade, and one of the finer examples known. Ch.UNC

1938. Light tone, and strike with some weakness to the lettering, but virtually mark free for this issue. A nice example, and scarce this nice. Ch.UNC $1300 - $1400

$3000 - $3200

410 406

1938. Key date. Obverse tone with reverse mint bloom. PCGS graded MS 63. Scarce this grade. Ch.UNC $1400 - $1500

1939. Key date. Light tone with some mint bloom, and a great example of this date. Ch.UNC/GEM $3250 - $3500

407

411 1951 Jubilee. Old tone. GEM UNC

Proof Halfpenny 1939 Roo. Nice even old brown tone with some underlying red lustre. Rare. FDC $9000 - $9500

$140 - $150 412

Proof Halfpenny 1960Y. Light rainbow tone. FDC $300 - $350

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421

Proof Silver set of 4 1957M Threepence to Florin. Light tone. FDC $550 - $600

422 413

$500 - $550

Proof Halfpenny 1962Y. FDC $550 - $600

414

423

Proof Silver set of 4 1960M Threepence to Florin. Light tone. FDC

Proof Halfpenny 1963Y. Lightest hint of tone. FDC $300 - $350

415

Proof Silver set of 4 1959M Threepence to Florin. Light tone. FDC

$500 - $550 424

Proof Silver set of 4 1962M Threepence to Florin. Light tone. With black case of issue. FDC

Proof Penny 1955. Some toning. FDC

$450 - $500

$350 - $400

425

Proof Silver set of 4 1963M Threepence to Florin. Light tone. With black case of issue. FDC $350 - $400

416

Proof Penny 1955. FDC $600 - $650

417

Proof Penny 1956. Deep toning. FDC $200 - $220

426

1967 Pattern Proof ‘Goose’ Dollar. Milled edge type. UNC $1400 - $1500

418

Proof Penny 1958Y. FDC $650 - $700

427

1967 Pattern Proof ‘Goose’ Dollar. Milled edge type, in red box of issue. Old blue tone. UNC $1500 - $1600

419

Proof Penny 1960Y. FDC $650 - $700

420

Proof Silver set of 4 1956M Threepence to Florin. Light tone. FDC $600 - $650

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428

Adelaide Assay Office 1852. Restrike Ingot Type 5. A later striking, gold plated issue. UNC

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429

Penny Internment Camps WW II. Slight verdigris. VF $110 - $120

435

Two Shillings Internment Camps WW II. Without central hole punch. Some minor surface corrosion and verdigris. Very rare. VF $1800 - $2000

430

Penny Internment Camps WW II. Rainbow mint lustre. Ch.UNC $300 - $350

431

Threepence Internment Camps WW II. Trace of some red. UNC $140 - $150

436

Five Shillings Internment Camps WW II. Nearly full mint red. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC $8000 - $8500

432

Shilling Internment Camps WW II. Mostly mint red. Scarce this grade. UNC $700 - $800

437 433

Liverpool, NSW German Internment Camp WW I Threepence. Type II, struck in aluminium. Rare. aEF $2800 - $3000

Two Shillings Internment Camps WW II. Brown. Some minor verdigris. gVF $600 - $650

438 434

Two Shillings Internment Camps WW II. Full mint red. Rare this grade. Ch.UNC

Liverpool, NSW German Internment Camp WW I circular issue. Type 1a, struck in aluminium. Very rare, and only the second example we have sold, with a similar lot selling in Sale 74 for over $7,000. EF

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448

1993. Radar serial numbers, with matching serials. Serials WRU/T 847748. (2 notes total). UNC $220 - $240

Five Dollar 439

1983. Radar serial numbers PEP 944449. Rarer type with solid central numbers. UNC

449

1993. Run of three matching serials. Serials WXG/H/J 945445 and single note. (4 notes total) (Catalogues at $800+). UNC

$100 - $110

Ten Dollar 440

$280 - $300 450

1991 Radar serial numbers. Serials MJG 900009. Centre fold. Rarer type with solid central numbers. aUNC

1993. Run of two consecutive prefix pairs. (4 notes total) (Catalogues at $800+). UNC $300 - $350

$50 - $60 441

1991. Run of 4 consecutive prefixes with matching serials. Serials MFQ/R/S/T 600678. (Catalogues at $220+). (4 notes total). UNC $70 - $80

Five Dollar 451

Twenty Dollar 442

2006 polymer. Solid serials BB 777777. UNC $220 - $240

1990. Run of seven matching serial pairs, plus 2 consecutive notes. Serials RBY 108503-9 & RBZ 108501-9. (16 notes total) (Catalogues at $2400+). UNC

452

2006 polymer. Solid serials BD 777777. UNC $220 - $240

$500 - $550 443

1991. Run of 4 consecutive matching prefix trios. Serials RNX/Y/Z 381100/01/02/03. (12 notes total) (Catalogues at $1440+). UNC

453

2006 polymer. Solid serials CA/CB 777777. Pair of consecutive prefixes, both with matching solid numbers. UNC $440 - $460

$320 - $360 444

1991. Run of 5 consecutive matching prefix pairs. Serials RUC 692 588/89, 688/89, 788/89, 888/89, 988/89. (10 notes total) (Catalogues at $1200+). UNC

454

2006 polymer. Solid serials DC/DE/DF 777777. Trio with consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC $640 - $660

$320 - $340

Fifty Dollar 445

1993. Matching serial numbered pair. Serials WTG/H 983388. (2 notes total). UNC $140 - $150

446

1993. Matching serial pair and consecutive note. Serials WFZ 308700/701 & WGA 308700. (3 notes total). (Catalogues at $750+). UNC $240 - $260

447

1993. Radar serial numbered notes. Serials WUZ 286682. UNC

455

2006 polymer. Solid serials BI/BJ/BK/BL 777777. Run of 4 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC

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Ten Dollar 462

2006 polymer. Solid serials BM 333333. UNC $220 - $240

463

2006 polymer. Solid serials CB/CC 333333. Pair of consecutive prefixes, both with matching solid numbers. UNC $420 - $440

464

456

2006 polymer. Solid serial numbers CE/CF/CG/ CH/CI/CJ/CK/CL 777777. Run of 8 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC

2006 polymer. Solid serials CL/CM 333333. Pair of consecutive prefixes, both with matching solid numbers. UNC $420 - $440

$1700 - $1800 457

2007 polymer. Solid serials CJ 222222. UNC $220 - $240

458

2007 polymer. Solid serials DD 222222. UNC $220 - $240

459

2007 polymer. Solid serials DK 222222. UNC $220 - $240

460

2007 polymer. Solid serials DG/DH 222222. Pair of consecutive prefixes, both with matching solid numbers. UNC

465

$440 - $460

2006 polymer. Solid serials AF/AG/AH/AI/AJ/ AK/AL 333333. Run of 7 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC $1500 - $1600

461

2007 polymer. Solid serials BB/BC/BD/BE/BF/ BG/BH/BI/BJ/BK/BL/BM/CA/CB/CC 222222. Run of 15 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC

466

2006 polymer. Solid serials BC/BD/BE/BF/BG/ BH/BI/BJ 333333. Run of 8 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC

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Twenty Dollar 467

2007 polymer. Solid serials HK 666666. UNC $220 - $240

468

2007 polymer. Solid serials HM/IA/IB 666666. Trio of consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC $640 - $660

471

2007 polymer. Solid serials ID/IE/IF/IG/IH/IJ/IK/ IL/JA/JB 666666. Run of 10 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. (II, IM possibly not printed?) UNC $2200 - $2400

469

2007 polymer. Solid serials GC/GD/GE/GF/ GG/GH/GI/GJ 666666. Run of 7 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. UNC

Fifty Dollar

$1500 - $1600

470

2007 polymer. Solid serials GL/GM/HA/HB/ HC/HD/HE/HF/HH/HI 666666. Run of 10 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. (HG possibly not printed?) UNC $2200 - $2400

472

2009 polymer. Solid serials ND/NE/NF/NH/NI/ NJ/NK/NL/NM/OA/OB/OC/OD/OE/OF/OG/OH/ OI/OJ/OK/OL/OM/PA/PB/PC 777777. Run of 25 consecutive prefixes, all with matching solid numbers. (NG possibly not printed?) UNC $7000 - $8000

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One Dollar

474

473

1968 Coombs-Randall (R 72). Consecutive run of 5. Fresh with only the lightest handling, as good as they come in original condition. Catalogues at $5,500. (5 notes). UNC

1968 Coombs-Randall (R 72). Consecutive run of 5, consecutive to the previous lot. Fresh with only the lightest handling, as good as they come in original condition. Catalogues at $5,500. (5 notes). UNC $2400 - $2500

$2400 - $2500

475 1976 Knight-Wheeler (R 76bL). DBP test notes, double fold paper. Bundle of 100, with original intact bank wrapper. Very rare as a fully intact bundle. UNC $20000 - $22000

Two Dollar

Five Dollar

476

478

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 89). Complete bundle of 100. With clear bundle wrapper, and RBA bundle card with commencing number corner removed, and ‘Don’t Touch for John W’ hand written in ink on back. (Catalogues at $900). UNC

1996 polymer. Matching serial number pairs, run of 2 plus single (with red serials). (6 notes total). UNC $60 - $70

$300 - $350 477

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 89). Complete bundle of 100. With clear bundle wrapper. (Catalogues at $900). UNC

479

1997 polymer ‘test notes’ (R 218bT). AQ/AT/ AY prefixes. Run of 6 & two pairs. Catalogues at $800. (8 notes total). UNC

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480

Small collection of $5 1992, 1996 & 2001 polymer notes. Includes some runs and pairs & 2x AA 01 issues. (41 notes total). (Catalogues at $2,340). UNC

Twenty Dollar 490

$500 - $550

1967 Coombs-Randall (R 402). Trace of a light centre fold. Scarce. (Catalogues at $4,950). aUNC $1500 - $1700

Ten Dollar 481

1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 301). Consecutive trio. aUNC

491

1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 412). Consecutive run of 10. (Catalogues at $1500). UNC $380 - $400

$70 - $80 482

1966 Coombs-Wilson (R 301). Consecutive trio & pair. (5 notes total). aUNC

Fifty Dollar 492

$90 - $100 483

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 309). Consecutive pair (2). (4 notes total). (Catalogues at $240). UNC

$180 - $200 493

$60 - $70 484

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 309). Consecutive run of 4 and run of 6. (10 notes total). (Catalogues at $600). UNC

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 509a). Consecutive pair. (Catalogues at $650). UNC

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 509a). Consecutive run of 4. (Catalogues at $1300). UNC $250 - $260

494

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 509a). Consecutive run of 12. (Catalogues at $3900). UNC $950 - $1000

$160 - $180 485

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 309). Consecutive run of 10. (Catalogues at $600). UNC

495

1993 Fraser-Evans FAA (R 515aF). First prefix. UNC $90 - $100

$180 - $200 486

1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 312). Consecutive run of 4 & trio. (Catalogues at $490). (7 notes total). UNC

496

1993 Fraser-Evans FAA (R 515aF). First prefix. Consecutive pair (Matching serials with lot 498). UNC $140 - $150

$90 - $100 487

1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 312). Consecutive run of 10. (Catalogues at $700). UNC

497

$140 - $150

1993 Fraser-Evans FAA (R 515aF). First prefix. Consecutive run of 9. (Catalogues at $2,925) (Matching serials with lot 499). gVF-EF $900 - $1000

498

1993 Fraser-Evans WZZ (R 515bL). Consecutive pair. (Matching serials with lot 496) UNC $140 - $150

499

488

1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 312). Partial bundle of 89. With clear bank wrapper. (Catalogues at $6,230). UNC $1600 - $1800

489

1991 Fraser-Cole (R 313). Consecutive pair. UNC $28 - $30

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One Hundred Dollar 500

1985 Johnston-Fraser (R 609). Three notes. (Catalogues at $975). UNC

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501

1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 612). Consecutive pair (2). (Catalogues at $1,300). (4 notes total). UNC

Shilling

$480 - $500 502

1990 Fraser-Higgins (R 612F). First prefix. Consecutive run of 6. (Catalogues at $4,050). UNC $1200 - $1400

503

508

1950. Excess metal adhesion on top Reverse, from folded edge flap. gEF

1991 Fraser-Cole (R 613). Consecutive pair. Edge crease to one note, small impression at top else Unc. UNC

$140 - $150

$250 - $260 504

1991 Fraser-Cole (R 613). Consecutive pair. Ex uncut sheets, low numbered serial numbers E/F 000555. UNC $220 - $240

509

1953. Large raised rim lip on Reverse (6mm). Scarce this large. aUNC $300 - $350

Florin Halfpenny 505

1948. Large off centre rim lip (4-5mm). Some mint red. aUNC $80 - $90

510

Penny

1943. Raised rim lip on Reverse (3mm). aEF $140 - $160

506

1950. Large rim lip on Reverse (9mm). Scarce this large with almost 30% of the coin off centre. aVF $350 - $400

Threepence 507

1961. Raised rim lip on Obverse (1-2mm). UNC $20 - $30

511

N/D (Geo VI). Obverse brockage with multiple strikings from jamming in the press whilst trying to eject the moving blank. Slight raised rim lip. As struck. Toned. A striking and rare unique error. aUNC $2000 - $2200

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One Cent

Ten Cent

512

1979. Double struck, with turned brockage impression on both sides. Slightly dished. Scarce. UNC

516

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

$550 - $600

Two Cent

Twenty Cent

513

1975. Double struck, with turned brockage impression on both sides. Impression on Reverse is of 10 Cent Reverse design. Rare. UNC

517

1966. ‘Wavy baseline’ type on the bottom base of no ‘2’. Scarce. aEF $1400 - $1500

$700 - $750

One Dollar

Five Cent

514

1975. Double struck, with turned brockage impression on both sides. Slightly dished. Scarce. UNC

518

1984. Mule. With 10 cent Reverse design. aEF $500 - $550

$550 - $600

515

1975. Double struck, with turned brockage impression on both sides. Raised rim lip 4mm. Scarce. UNC

519

1984. Struck on a 10 Cent blank, with partial edge milling. Ex the J.Glick Collection. Rare. UNC

$550 - $600

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523

520

Collection of world notes. Includes Central Bank of Egypt 1 Pound (2) & 5 Piastres, China 1 & 5 Jiao 1980, USA $1 (8), $2 (2), $20, Canada 1 Dollar 1967. One standard note, one Commemorative with no serials (with envelope), Dominion of Canada 25 Cents 1923, 1 Dollar 1923, Bank Deutscher Lander 10 Pfennig & Germany 100 Reichsbanfnote 1908, plus other assorted notes from Hong Kong, France, Bahrain, India, Italy, Korea, Phillippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan plus more. In brown album. (56 notes total). POOR-UNC

Great Britain Ten Pound 1992 First Prefix collector Twin Pack of two notes. Contains original 1975 design note along with new 1992 design note, with matching serial numbers. 1,500 packs released. With certificate. UNC $220 - $250

524

Great Britain Ten Pound 1992 First Prefix collector Twin Pack of two notes. Contains original 1975 design note along with new 1992 design note, with matching serial numbers. 1,500 packs released. With certificate. UNC $220 - $250

$140 - $150

525

Great Britain Twenty Pound 1991 First Prefix collector Twin Pack of two notes. Contains original 1970 design note along with new 1991 design note, with matching serial numbers. Less than 1,500 packs released. (Original issue price was 165 Pounds). With certificate. UNC $250 - $300

526 521

Great Britain Five, Ten, Twenty & Fifty Pound 1991/2 First Prefix collector Quad Pack of four notes. Contains ‘D’ & ‘E’ series notes, with matching serial numbers. 2000 packs released. With certificate. UNC $300 - $350

522

Great Britain Five & Twenty Pound 1992 collector Twin Pack of two notes. Contains original 1970 & 1971 design note, with matching serial numbers. 400 packs released. (Issue price $275) With certificate. UNC

Reserve Bank of New Zealand $5 polymer. Run of 8 consecutive prefixes with matching lownumbered serials DA-DH 000900. (8 notes total). Scarce. UNC $80 - $100

527

Reserve Bank of New Zealand collection of 26 matching serial numbered notes of 000175. Includes ‘Hardie’ $1-$100, ‘Russell’ $1-$100 ($50 not printed), ‘Brash’ $1-$50 ($100 not printed), ‘Brash 1990 Commemorative $10’s, ‘Brash’ $5$100 1992/3. Also $5 polymer (8). (34 notes total) (NZ$674 face value). UNC $800 - $1000

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532

France AR Gros Thierry V de Boppart 13651384. Metz. Bishop standing holding crosier/ long cross type. Toned. gVF $220 - $240

528

Ancient Greece Cilicia. Tarsos AR Stater 361334 BC. Head of Athena facing in triple crested helm, Reverse Baal of Taros seated with sceptre. Scarce type. aEF $1600 - $1700 533

France AR Gros Francois II 1458-1488 of Rennes. Brittany. Six ermine tails/cross type. gVF $220 - $240

529

Ancient Greece Macedon, Phillip II AR Tetradrachm 359-336 BC. (cf S. 6679). Head of Zeus, Reverse King on horse riding left. Rare. EF $2400 - $2500

534

Spain AR Real Enrique II 1369-11379. Castilla and Leon, Seville mint. Crowned monogram/ Shield of Castilla and Leon type. VF $220 - $240

530

Ancient Greece. Sicily, Syracuse 317-289 BC Tetradrachm (S. 971). Head of Persephone facing left, Reverse galloping quadriga driven left by charioteer. Lovely classical style. Rare. gVF

535

$2700 - $2800

Commemorative medallions, Centenary of the Royal Hobart Regatta Association 1938 in packet of issue, S.A.R medal and plain white cross. (3 items). VF-EF $25 - $30

536

Captain James Cook Bi-Centenary medallion, 1970. Struck in Sterling Silver by Stokes (A’Asia) Ltd (380mm). In blue box. $70 - $80

531

Crusader coinage. Tripoli Bohemund VII AR Gros 1275-1287. Cross in tressure/City gate in tressure type. Dark toned. A little weakly struck else choice. aUNC

537

Cased set of 5 British Farthings 1914. As issued for the Anzac Commemoration 1926. Coins mostly EF to aUNC, brown toned. EF-aUNC

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$25 - $30


538

Cessation of Transport medallion, Tasmania 1853. Struck in white metal (58mm). By the Royal Mint, London 1853/2. Minor scratches in fields. In blue box Stokes and Sons. Scarce. gEF $200 - $220

539

Chelsea Industrial Exhibition 1887. Unattributed bronze medal (920mm). EF $70 - $80

542

Medallic Group of Four. Engraved presentation medal presented to a Ranger (Forester), along with 3 other presented Lodge pieces 18661881. Presented to Bro. W. Williams by Count Beresford No 4547, as a token of respect for services as Chief Ranger Jan 22nd, 1866. In superb original box, original condition. A most unusual and interesting set. Very rare in nice condition and with lovely old toning. aUNC $600 - $700

543 540

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (C.B.E) medal. In original case of Garrad and Co, by special appointment to His Majesty the King. Type I issue. With original purple ribbon. aUNC

RAM Rotary International Convention medallion, Melbourne 1993. In gold plated metal (50mm) and RAM Wildflower medallion in antique finish Sterling Silver (50mm). (2 items total). UNC $70 - $80

$500 - $550 541

German Iron Cross 1914 in box of issue, Mothers Cross dated 16th December 1938. Both with ribbons. (2 items). EF

544

Rangers Medal of Sherwood Forest in original case of issue. Presented to P.C.R.B.T (?) Oates Dec 15th 1868. Scarce. EF $150 - $200

$80 - $90

545

ALL POSTAL BIDDERS: Please ensure all bids are received by 6pm AEST Friday 31st August 2012.

Small collection of medallions, tokens and curios. Includes 4 wooden nickels, LA & New York Transit tokens, Royal Visit tokens, I&T Walker Collier’s Token, crude Chinese cash coin bracelet and other commemoratives. Mostly 1920’s to 1950’s. (45 items total). POOR-aUNC $20 - $30

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551

1949 Coombs-Watt (R 14F). First prefix issued G/85. gFINE $220 - $240

552

1954 Coombs-Wilson (R 16). Centre fold. aUNC $130 - $140

553

546

1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games stadium pass to All Events. Tunnel 8, Row 10, Seat 6. Old tape adhesions and some stains, top right corner missing. This was given to the vendor by Norman Banks as described here by the vendor: ‘Norman Banks MBE one of Melbourne’s great radio broadcasters who had attended the LA Games as a commentator. Norman Banks was the person who started Carols by Candlelight in Melbourne in 1938. The gift from Norman Banks to me came about as I had been selected to run in the Olympic Torch Relay in 1956 and I had some association with Radio Station 3AW and always admired this ticket which was attached to the glass wall of his studio. He asked if I would like to have it. Of course as a collector of anything I said yes. In later years I had the sticky tape expertly removed by the conservators at the Ian Potter Museum and Art Gallery attached to Melbourne University. Cost $195 but I thought worth it. The discoloration is showing but all stickiness was removed and the ticket expertly preserved’. A rare and interesting item. VF

1961 Coombs-Wilson Reserve (R 17) (3 notes), and 1 Pound 1961 Coombs-Wilson Reserve (R 34b) (2 notes). Fresh with light folds/flicks. (5 notes total). gEF/aUNC $450 - $500

One Pound 554

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Crisp, with folds and rounded corners. Multuple pinholes. aFINE $90 - $100

555

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Crisp. FINE $150 - $170

556

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). Crisp, with small edge split and stains. gFINE $90 - $100

557

1927 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 26). gFINE/aVF $200 - $220

558

1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 28). Edge tear. aFINE $80 - $100

$600 - $650 559

1933 Riddle-Sheehan (R 28). Consecutive pair. Dirty, with small multiple holes and stains. aFINE $280 - $300

Ten Shillings 547

1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). Tear at top. Worn. VG/aFINE $120 - $140

548

1928 Riddle-Heathershaw (R 7). Worn. Rust spots. VG/aFINE $220 - $240

549

1934 Riddle-Sheehan (R 10). Worn, dirty with some adhesions. VG

560

1942 Armitage-McFarlane (R 30a). aUNC $120 - $140

561

1961 Coombs-Wilson (R 34b). (4 notes). gFINEaUNC $350 - $400

Five Pound 562

1941 Armitage-McFarlane (R 46). aEF $280 - $300

$180 - $200 550

1939 Sheehan-McFarlane (R 12). EF

563

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 48). aEF

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$380 - $400


564

1960 Coombs-Wilson (R 50). aUNC $200 - $220

Ten Pound 565

1952 Coombs-Wilson (R 61L). Last prefix V/24. Worn, with colour faded. VG $160 - $180

566

Ten Dollar

575

576

1966 Coombs-Wilson forgery. Well known forgery serials SAE 756178. VG

1988 Johnston-Fraser RBA dated commemorative folders (2). Serials AA 07 106 125/6. UNC

577

Twenty Dollar NPA $20 1993 80th Anniversary overprint issue. (2 packs). UNC $60 - $70

1964. From Commonwealth Bank cash bag from an old collection containing hundreds of these coins. A few with carbon spots, weak strikes & some toning. However, mostly full mint red and virtually as struck. (40 coins total). UNC-GEM UNC $200 - $220

578

One Hundred Dollar 571

1964. From Commonwealth Bank cash bag from an old collection containing hundreds of these coins. A few with carbon spots, weak strikes & some toning. However, mostly full mint red and virtually as struck. (40 coins total). UNC-GEM UNC $200 - $220

$25 - $30

570

1960-1963. From Commonwealth Bank cash bag. Most mint red, some slightly circulated & toned. (72 coins total). EF-GEM UNC $250 - $270

$30 - $40 569

1959. Full mint red. (5 coins). Ch.UNC-GEM $40 - $50

1954 Coombs-Wilson (R 62). Crisp with folds. (3 notes). gVF-aEF $400 - $450

568

574

1954 Coombs-Wilson (R 62). Folds. aVF $80 - $90

567

Halfpenny

NPA $100 1996 Polymer portfolio set of 2 notes. Red serials issue. Issued at $495. UNC

1964. From Commonwealth Bank cash bag from an old collection containing hundreds of these coins. A few with carbon spots, weak strikes & some toning. However, mostly full mint red and virtually as struck. (40 coins total). UNC-GEM UNC $200 - $220

$240 - $260 579

Assorted 572

10 Shillings 1952, 1961, 1 Pound 1942, 1949, 1953, 5 Pound 1949, 1952. (7 notes). VG-VF $200 - $220

1964. From Commonwealth Bank cash bag from an old collection containing hundreds of these coins. A few with carbon spots, weak strikes & some toning. However, mostly full mint red and virtually as struck. (40 coins total). UNC-GEM UNC $200 - $220

573

Decimal note collection. Includes $1 CoombsWilson (6), $2 Coombs-Wilson (3), JohnstonStone (pair & 2 singles), Johnston-Fraser (8), $5 Johnston-Fraser (3), Fraser-Higgins (2 runs of 10, run of 8 & 2 singles), Fraser-Cole (run of 10), $10 Fraser-Higgins (single), Fraser-Cole (pair), $20 Phillips-Wheeler (1) & Johnston-Fraser (1). Also polymer notes $5 (16), $10 (7), $20 (4), $100 (1). (97 notes/$636 face value total). GOOD-UNC

580

1964. From Commonwealth Bank cash bag from an old collection containing hundreds of these coins. A few with carbon spots, weak strikes & some toning. However, mostly full mint red and virtually as struck. (40 coins total). UNC-GEM UNC $200 - $220

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Penny 581

592

1918I, 1946. (2 coins). aVF-gVF

1927 Canberra (2 EF). Also crudely done altered date 1930 Penny. Ex Downies/Sherwood. (3 coins total). VG-EF $80 - $90

$90 - $100 582

593

1925. Key date. (2 coins). aFINE $200 - $220

583

1925. Key date. (4 coins). aFINE $280 - $300

584

1947, 1948, 1950, 1950Y, 1951, 1951Y, 1951PL, 1952, 1952A, 1953, 1964 (2). Some with mint red. (12 coins). EF-Ch.UNC

$260 - $280 594

595

Assorted Pennies 1955-1964. (180 coins total). In sheets. VF-UNC $60 - $80

586

Set 1911 to 1964, missing 1925, 1930, 1946. In press in album.

Assorted Florins 1951-1963. (46 coins total). VG-VF $240 - $260

$140 - $150 585

Assorted Florins 1917-1963. Mostly later dates. Also 1937 Crown (2). (40 coins total). VG-VF

Complete Florin Collection 1910 to 1963. Includes Commemoratives and a 1937 Crown, plus some extras. Early dates mostly quite worn, 1932 VG, 1934/5 aEF. In blue Hawthorn Press album. (60 coins total). GOOD-aUNC $550 - $600

Crown 596

1937. (20 coins total). VG-VF $550 - $600

$30 - $40 597

Threepence 587

1937. (20 coins total). VG-VF $550 - $600

Complete Collection. Missing 1922/1 overdate, with a few extras. From an old collection, with most coins being slightly above average condition. (60 coins total). VG-UNC

598

1937. Mostly better grade. with light tone. (8 coins total). aVF-aEF $220 - $240

$60 - $70 599

Sixpence 588

$100 - $120

1910 (2), 1911. (3 coins). aVF-gVF $100 - $120

Fifty Cent 600

589

1937. Toned. (3 coins). EF

Bag of assorted Sixpences, all post. (131 coins total). FINE-UNC

1966 Round 50 Cent. (19 coins total). FINEaUNC $170 - $180

$140 - $150 601

1966 Round 50 Cent (40 coins total). VF-EF

Shilling 590

$600 - $650

1933. Key date. (4 coins). GOOD-VG $180 - $200

Florin 591

1913, 1916, 1918, 1925, 1926, 1936, 1938. Priced retail at $234. (7 coins total). VG-VF $80 - $90

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Sets/Albums 602

Coin collection of 5 small Whitman albums, Threepence (complete except for 1914, 1915, 1923 & 1928), Shilling (album 1 missing 1910, 1911, 1921*, 1924, 1928, 1933, 1935, album 2 missing 1939, 1940, 1946S, & album 3 missing 1940) & Florins/Crowns album 2 (missing 1938 Crown). (130 coins total). VG-EF

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$90 - $100


603

Halfpenny collection, complete except for 1923. In (broken) Dansco album. (79 coins total). VGaUNC

613

$40 - $50 604

Halfpenny collection, complete except for 1923. In Dansco album. (79 coins total). GOOD-aUNC

$80 - $90 614

$60 - $70 605

Penny collection, complete except for 1930 (altered date counterfeit in place). In broken Dansco album. Many later dates in better grade including a choice 1955. (79 coins total). VGUNC

Halfpenny 1963Y, Threepence 1943D, 1951PL, 1960, 1963, 1964, Sixpence1954, 1958, 1962, 1963, Shilling 1957, 1959, 1962. Priced at over $227 retail. (13 coins). aUNC-Ch.UNC

Mint rolls. 1 Cent 1976, 1987 and 5 Cent 1980. Some marks to end coins. UNC $20 - $30

615

Small bag of mixed pre decimal. Includes Halfpenny (9), Penny (16), Sixpence (2), Shilling (53), Florin (43). All post. (123 coins total). GOOD-EF $280 - $300

$220 - $240 606

Penny collection, complete except for 1930. In Dansco album. (79 coins total). VG-aUNC

616

$110 - $120 607

Penny collection, complete except for 1930. In Dansco album. (79 coins total). GOOD-aUNC

Small box of assorted decimal coins. 1 Cent to $2. Many dates, 1966 on. Includes 1 Cent (approx 80), 2 Cent (approx 60), 5 Cent (5), 10 Cent (14), 20 Cent (17), 50 Cent (37- includes 2 1977 Captain Cook in cases), 1 Dollar (19), 2 Dollar (3). (Approx $49 face value). FINE-UNC $60 - $70

$140 - $150 608

Three and Sixpence collection, missing Threepence 1915, 1922/1, Sixpence 1912, 1917M, 1923. In Dansco album. (112 coins total). VG-EF

617

$80 - $100 609

Type set 1910-1962, Halfpenny to Crown. Missing 1910 Shilling, but includes all commemoratives in UNC. In (broken) Dansco album. Some better grade coins including UNC 1937 Crown. (33 coins). FINE-UNC

$10 1988 Silver Proof (Gov Phillip’s Landing), Birds of Australia $10 1993 Silver Proof & 1994 Silver Piedfort. (3 coins total). FDC $90 - $100

618

$550 - $600

Australia 1939 Roo Halfpenny, Bermuda Proof Crown 1964, GB Farthing 1933, East India Company One Rupee 1840, New Zealand Shilling 1934. (5 coins). FINE-FDC $60 - $70

Assorted 610

Assorted pre decimal coins in sheets. Includes Halfpenny (2), Penny (3), Threepence (8), Sixpence 5), Shilling (6), Florin (1). All post. (25 coins total). EF-UNC $40 - $50

611

Assorted pre decimal silver coins. Includes Threepence (56 pre/58 post), Sixpence (29 pre/39 post), Shilling (10 post), Florin (11 pre/26 post). (229 coins total). FINE-UNC $380 - $400

612

Halfpenny 1943 & 1959. Also 1949 Penny. Mostly mint red. UNC-Ch.UNC

619

Austria Mother Theresa Ducat 1780 Restrike. Struck in Silver by Stokes (A’Asia) Ltd. Toned. In blue box. UNC $30 - $35

620

Cook Islands Proof set 1975 & Papua New Guinea 10 Kina Proof coin 1991. (2 items total). FDC $30 - $40

621

Decimal coins 1 Cent to 5 Cents. Assorted dates 1966 to 1992. Ex retail stock, most in Mint state. Over $300 retail. (170 coins total). UNC $80 - $90

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622

Decimal coins Ten Cents to Two Dollars. Assorted dates 1966 to 1992. Ex retail stock, most in Mint state. Over $370 retail. (101 coins total). UNC $90 - $100

623

New Zealand Halfpenny and Penny set 19401964. Complete in Dansco album, with some better grade coins including better grade 1953 and 1954 Halfpenny, and a few better coins and extras. (69 coins total). VG-UNC

632

RAM Masterpieces in Silver 1990 ‘The Silver Dollars’. (Slight damage to boxes). (2 sets). FDC $170 - $180

633

RAM Masterpieces In Silver 1991 & 1998. (2 sets total). FDC $200 - $220

634

RAM Masterpieces in Silver 1999 ‘Coins of the 20th Century’. (Slight damage to box). FDC

$70 - $80 624

New Zealand Threepence set 1933-1964. Complete in Bertrand album, with some better grade coins including toned Fine 1935, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 VF-EF etc. (36 coins total). VG-EF $100 - $120

625

NPA 1993 $10 First & Last folder. Contains a paper note from last run, and polymer from first. (2 sets) (4 notes total). UNC

$90 - $100 635

RAM Fine Silver Proof set 2003. (Slight damage to box). FDC $170 - $180

636

RAM Fine Silver Proof set 2004. (Slight damage to box). FDC $170 - $180

637

RAM Baby Mint set 2004 & 2005. Very minor damage. UNC

$50 - $60 626

NPA 1993 $10 First & Last portfolio. Contains a paper note from last run, and polymer from first with matching low numbered serial numbers. Slight staining. (2 notes total). UNC $50 - $60

627

NPA 1995 $50 First & Last folder. Contains a paper note from last run, and polymer from first. (2 notes total). UNC $140 - $150

628

Perth Mint Pre Decimal Commemorative coin set 1899-1964. Includes Half Sovereign 1901, Shilling 1946, Penny 1962 & Halfpenny 1961. In Jarrah presentation box.

$35 - $40 638

RAM Baby Mint set 2006 (3 sets). Very minor damage. UNC $40 - $50

639

RAM Baby Proof set 2000. Damaged box. FDC $70 - $80

640

RAM Baby Proof set 2001. Slightly damaged. FDC

$70 - $80 641

RAM Baby Proof set 2001. Slightly damaged. FDC

$70 - $80 642

RAM Baby Proof set 2003. Slightly damaged. FDC

$480 - $500 629

RAM $1 1oz Silver Proofs 1999 Silver Kangaroo & 1999 Majestic Images QE II. Also Perth Mint 1995 2oz Silver Kookaburra Proof, with medallion No 244. In boxes of issue. (3 coins total). FDC

$70 - $80 643

$70 - $80 644

$120 - $130 630

RAM 1996 Sir Don Bradman $5 Proof (3). Also Bradman $5 UNC (4), 2000 Victoria Cross $1 UNC and 1999 Anzac $1 UNC state series (6). (14 items total). $280 - $300

631

RAM $10 Silver Proof 1991. Tasmania. FDC

RAM Baby Proof set 2005. Slightly damaged. FDC

RAM Mint Error set 1986. With 1985 $1 coin inside. UNC $200 - $220

645

RAM Mint set 1963. In long black custom made case. Silver toned. EF-Ch.UNC $30 - $40

646

RAM Mint set 1966 (2). In red and green custom hard cases. Some toning, especially to 50 Cents. UNC

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$60 - $80


647

RAM Mint sets 1966. Copper toned & very light spotting on 50 Cent. Red wallet. UNC

658

$40 - $50 648

RAM Mint sets 1969, 1970, 1971. Most copper toned, some slight PVC damage. Red wallets. (3 sets total). UNC $120 - $140

649

$60 - $80 659

RAM Mint sets 1972, 1973, 1974. Copper toned, some slight PVC damage. Red wallets. (3 sets total). UNC $120 - $140

650

RAM Mint sets. 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983. Most with deteriorating PVC, some toned. (9 sets total). UNC $60 - $70

651

Small box of mixed world coins. Includes GB, France, India, Holland, Germany and many more. Predominantly copper, most very worn and some holed. Includes a number of worn Cartwheel pennies and some silver threepences.(Over 100 coins). POOR-VF

Territory of New Guinea collection. Includes Penny 1936, 1938, 1944, Threepence 1935, 1944, Sixpence 1935, 1943, Shilling 1935, 1936, 1938, 1945. In Dansco album (slightly damaged). (11 coins total). EF-UNC $40 - $50

660

USA 1 Cent (3), 5 Cents (74) (including a 1902 Victory in very worn condition), and Quarter Dollar. Assorted dates, mostly 60’s. (78 coins total). In cotton drawstring bag. UNC $30 - $40

RAM Proof set 1966. In dark blue case of issue. Barest hint of tone to 10 Cent. FDC $180 - $200

652

RAM Proof set 1973 in foam of issue. Slightly damaged. FDC $70 - $80

653

RAM Proof set 1991. Also Mint sets 1991 (6). Slightly damaged boxes. (2sets). (8 items total) FDC/UNC $70 - $80

654

RAM Proof set 2004. Also Mint set 2004 and 1989. (3 items total). UNC-FDC $70 - $80

655

RAM Proof sets 1966-1974 complete. In cases of issue/foams. The 1966 with slight tone else as issued. (7 sets total). FDC $550 - $600

656

Silver plated Magic Pocket Savings Bank. Cylindrical case designed for holding 40 Threepences, with 40/3d engraved in top, and view slots up side. Filled with assorted Threepences. Collectable, in good condition. $50 - $60

657

Small box of British Mint products. Includes 5 Pd Queen Mother 90th birthday Silver Proof Crown, GB Proof set 1989, British Virgin Islands Proof Set 1974, Coinage of GB & Nth Ireland Mint set 1981 & GB UNC Mint set 1984. (5 items total). UNCFDC

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 3rd to sort and finalise all postal sales and post the prices realised. Prices realised will be posted on the website by late Monday 3rd September once the large number of postal bids has been fully finalised. All auction catalogue subscribers will have the prices realised posted on the 4th, and should receive them late in the week. Passed in lots will be available for sale until Monday 10th of September. Remaining lots unsold after this will then be withdrawn from sale. Next live auction, Sale 77, will be in March 2012. Please see the website updates for further information and details, or contact us. We will be accepting lots for consignment for Sale 77 from October 2012 up to Mid January, or until the sale is fully finalised. Please contact us now to discuss the submission of lots. 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:

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