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GRANGE HOTEL BRACKNELL GRANGE HOTEL BRACKNELL Charles Square, Bracknell, RG12 1ED - 01344 474 000

We are pleased to announce that for this and subsequent sales we are using The Grange Hotel group for our quarterly auction sales. For many years fromRG12 the mid 1990s to 2002 we000 held our sales at various Grange Hotels in central Charles Square, Bracknell, 1ED - 01344 474 London and we are happy to be back this time at The Grange Hotel Bracknell. We feel that The Grange offers a more We are pleased to announce that for this and subsequent sales we are using The Grange Hotel group for our quarterly auction sales. For flexible service in terms of internal facilities, and we intend to improve viewing facilities new A move many years from the mid 1990s to 2002 we held our sales at various Grange Hotels our in central London and weat arethe happy to venue. be back this time to at The Grange Hotel Bracknell. We feel thatand TheHeathrow Grange offers a morewill flexible service in termseasier of internal intendclients. to improve Bracknell close to the M4, M25, M3 airport make travelling for facilities, many ofand ourweroom our viewing facilities at the new venue. A move to Bracknell close to the M4, M25, M3 and Heathrow airport will make travelling easier for many of our room clients.

Parking

Beneath is the hotel information. Parking is in the Charles Square Public Car Park which joins the hotel with a walk way, there is little long term parking outside the hotel door but it is possible to park for loading purposes. Please note there is Parking a charge for the Charles Square Public Car Park. Beneath is the hotel information. Parking is in the Charles Square Public Car Park which joins the hotel with a walk way, there is little long term parking outside the hotel door but it is possible to park for loading purposes. The Charles Square Public car park is free on Sundays, for all other days of the week there is a charge.

Address: Charles Square, Bracknell, RG12 1DF Tel: +44 (0) 1344 474000 Fax: +44 (0) 1344 474125 

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From Airport Heathrow Airport Gatwick Airport Stanstead Airport Luton Airport City Airport

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By Train From London service from Waterloo just under one hour. By Car M4 Exit Junction 10 and take the A329(M) into Bracknell Town Centre and onto The Ring. M3 Exit Junction 3 and take the A322 Bagshot Road to Bracknell Town Centre and onto The Ring. M25 If travelling northwards exit junction 2 and follow M3 westwards. If travelling southwards exit junction 5 and follow M4 westwards.

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VIEWING OF LOTS

AUCTION SESSIONS

SATURDAY VIEWING

SATURDAY SALE

Saturday 3rd June 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Saturday 3rd June 11.00 am until sold Windsor Suite

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 3), English Banknotes (lots 4 - 87), World Banknotes (lots 88 - 290), English Cased and Proof Items (lots 291 - 516), World Cased and Proof Items (lots 517 - 730), Miscellaneous Items (lots 731 - 790), British Tokens (lots 791 841), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 842 - 943), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 944 - 1156), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1157 - 1312), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1313 - 1700), Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1701 - 1841), English Hammered Coins (lots 1842 - 1977)

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 3), English Banknotes (lots 4 - 87), World Banknotes (lots 88 - 290), English Cased and Proof Items (lots 291 - 516), World Cased and Proof Items (lots 517 - 730), Miscellaneous Items (lots 731 - 790), British Tokens (lots 791 841), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 842 - 943), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 944 - 1156), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1157 - 1312), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1313 - 1700)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1978 - 3413) Including The West Country Hoard of George III Guineas (lots 2200 - 2280) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Halfcrowns (lots 2341 - 2536) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Pennies (lots 2804 - 2945) English Milled Coins Proxy Bid Sale (Lots 3414 - 3604) SUNDAY VIEWING

SUNDAY SALE

Sunday 4th June 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Sunday 4th June 11.00 am until sold Windsor Suite.

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1701 - 1841), English Hammered Coins (lots 1842 - 1977)

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1701 - 1841), English Hammered Coins (lots 1842 - 1977)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1978 - 3413) Including The West Country Hoard of George III Guineas (lots 2200 - 2280) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Halfcrowns (lots 2341 - 2536) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Pennies ( lots 2804 - 2945)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1978 - 3413) Including The West Country Hoard of George III Guineas (lots 2200 - 2280) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Halfcrowns (lots 2341 - 2536) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Pennies (lots 2804 - 2945)

English Milled Coins Proxy Bid Sale Lots 3414 - 3604)

English Milled Coins Proxy Bid Sale (Lots 3414 - 3604)

Frank Stephenson 1940-2017 Frank was raised in a County Durham pub owned by his parents and it was here that his fascination with coins started. As a small boy, and then a young man, he would examine the contents of the till and remove any coins he liked the look of (sometimes with his parents knowledge) for his collection. Bun head Pennies were still in circulation and he craved those as well as nice condition coins. One of those coins is offered for sale in this collection and that is the 1935 halfcrown that he took from the Royal Oak till in the 60’s. A young family and busy life as a coal miner and colliery undermanager meant his hobby was largely forgotten until his retirement. From 2002 until his death he built an outstanding collection of both Halfcrowns and Pennies with the aid of his son John, who is a coin

and medal dealer in the North of England. There is a secondary collection of bronze Farthings and Halfpennies which is largely complete for currency issues, but those denominations were an aside to him. Franks knowledge and passion for Pennies and Halfcrowns was boundless and his aim was to complete the Halfcrown collection by English Silver Coins reference numbers and the Penny collection with references to both Freeman and Gouby. Quality was always the first choice but rarity often demanded settling for what was available at the time. His great regret was in letting the Colin Adams 1726 halfcrown slip through his hands in the Spink sale that he acquired some of the Charles II halfcrowns from. That date eluded him and should probably be a lesson for all of us that the time to buy “that coin” is when you see it!

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Saturday Sale starts 11 am Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 3) 1)

An accumulation of Russian bonds comprising City of Perm, 1914, scrip certificates for £100 (6), City of Moscow, 1912, £100 (2), Kahetian Railway, 1912, £100, Russian South Eastern Railway, 1914, £20 bonds (5), Kiev, 1914, scrip certificates for £100(2) and £20 (15) and a rare prospectus for the Russian South Eastern Railway loan, 1914, 4 pages, very mixed condition, Poor to VF (32) (£60 - £80)

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China/Russia: 1902 4% “Boxer” Loan, bonds for 1000 marks (10), 2000 marks (7) and 5000 marks (5), all multi-coloured with Chinese dragons and Russian eagle at top, all without coupons or talon, F-VF (22) (£80 - £100)

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Bank of England £10 trial or essay dated 1822, thin paper attached to a frame of thin card, small size, King George IV vignette at left, EF and scarce (£100 - £200)

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Bank of England £1000 seven days sight Bank Post Bill dated 20th April 1853 No.25703, Bank of England watermark, signature lower right partially torn away, possibly for cancellation purposes, small holes, good Fine and very scarce (£300 - £1,000)

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Bank of England group (23) all QE2 portrait issues O’Brien to Fforde, 10 shillings (7), £1s (10), £5s (5) these all average GVF to about UNC and Fforde £10 this about UNC (£60 £120)

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British bank cheques (c.180) nearly all different ranging from mid-1800s to modern, many interesting banks from all areas, a few older travellers cheques included, needs viewing (£200 - £400)

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British postal orders (23) mostly QE2 issues plus foreign reply coupons (20) includes Australia, USA, New Zealand, a few lower grades but mostly EF or better (£70 - £120)

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Fifty Pounds to Ten Shillings £88.50 face Beale to Gill includes some consecutives, also Scotland One Pound (2) Bank of Scotland 1978 and Royal Bank of Scotland 1978, in mixed grades (£125 - £175)

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Five Pounds (183) Page (120), Somerset (51), Gill (12), One Pound (517) O’Brien to Somerset (£1432 face) EF to UNC (£1,432 - £1,650)

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GB £21 face, Five Pounds (2), One Pound (10), Ten Shillings (2) Peppiatt to Gill in mixed grades to VF, along with World a mixed group (49) in mixed grades to UNC, also Cuba Foreign Exchange Certificates , Series A 5-piece sets (3) comprising 20 Pesos, 10 Pesos, 5 Pesos, 3 Pesos and

Russian Bank for Foreign Trade, 1 share (20) and 10 shares (3), all 4th issue, 1902, with coupons; together with mostly Russian Railway bonds including Riasan-Koslow, 1886, 500 marks (27), 1000 marks (47) and 2000 marks (3), Sud-Ost, 1000 marks, 1901 (44) and Moskau-Rjasan, 1885, 500 marks (13) and 1000 marks (25), most with coupons, mixed condition, many VF (approx. 180) (£250 - £300)

English Banknotes (lots 4-87) 4)

One pound Bradbury T11.2 issued 1915 series H1/70 95873, Pick349a, N.E.R. York Booking Office inked stamp dated 1917 on reverse, Fine+ (£60 - £120)

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Ten shillings Bradbury T13.2 issued 1915 series R1/59 030351, Pick348a, good Fine (£60 - £120)

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Ten shillings Warren Fisher T30 issued 1922 series S/6 009045, Pick358, VF (£50 - £100)

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One pound Warren Fisher T31 issued 1923 series N1/52 163559, Pick359a, good Fine (£20 - £40)

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One pound Warren Fisher T34 issued 1927 (4) a consecutively numbered run series S1/21 065876 to S1/21 065879, Northern Ireland issue, Pick361a, GEF or better and scarce as an original run (£800 - £1,200)

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One Pound Bradbury T6, series DD5 012162, Pick347, nice original VF to GVF (£350 - £450) A collection in an album (76) GB (18) White Five Pounds O’Brien 1955, Ten Pounds (1), Five Pounds (3), One Pound (8), Ten Shillings (5) Warren Fisher to Somerset, in mixed grades, along with World (58) a varied group with many countries represented, in mixed grades (£250 - £450) A small collection ranging from Treasury to BAFS and B of E (31) mixed grades (£200 - £300)

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1 Peso, Series B 4-piece sets (3) comprising 20 Pesos, 10 Pesos, 5 Pesos and 1 Peso, Series C 6-piece sets comprising 100 Pesos, 50 Pesos, 20 Pesos, 10 Pesos, 3 Pesos and 1 Peso (6 sets) , Series D 5-piece sets (3) comprising 20 Pesos, 10 Pesos, 5 Pesos, 3 Pesos and 1 Peso, and an additional group (12) 500 Pesos (6) and Series C 5 Pesos (6) EF to UNC some with inked annotations (£25 - £50) 20)

One Pound (16) O’Brien (4), Hollom (2), Page (10), Ten Shillings Hollom (3) in mixed higher grades with some consecutives, along with a further group One Pound (5) of minor miscuts, ink fades and an interesting serial number, these in mixed grades (£120 - £160)

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One pound QE2 portrait notes (32) consecutively numbered runs of O’Brien, Hollom, Fforde and Page signature types, mostly GEF to UNC (£120 - £150)

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One pounds Peppiatt prefix H86D, facsimile German propaganda notes dropped on North Africa WW2, Arabic on reverse, about UNC, scarce high grade for type (3) each accompanied with a Translation of Rommel Propaganda Note to English (£125 - £175)

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Ten Pounds (5), Five Pounds (21) includes Lowther HB01 20 consecutives, One Pound (9), in mixed grades many EF to UNC, plus World (28) a varied group in mixed grades (£175 - £250)

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Ten Shillings (8), One Pound (8) in an album Peppiatt to Somerset issues, in mixed grades to EF, along with Bulgaria 50 Leva Fine (£50 - £80)

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Twenty Pounds (9) Somerset B351 (4) Kentfield B371 (5), Ten Pounds (28) Kentfield B366 (6), Kentfield B360 (1), Somerset B348 (4), Somerset B349 (12), Gill B354 (6) , Five Pounds (18) Page B324 (1),Somerset B343 (12), Gill B353 (4), Gill B357 (1), One Pound (54) Fforde ‘G’ B307 (8), Page B322 (6), Page B337 (1), Page B339 (3), Somerset B341 (36), Ten Shillings (4) Fforde B310 (3) Fforde B311 (1)in mixed grades, the more recent issues mostly EF to UNC includes some consecutives (£700 - £800)

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Ten shillings Beale B265 (6) issued 1950 a consecutively numbered run series 56D 720780 to 56D 720784 & single note 63D 998074, Pick368b, GEF to about UNC, also China 100 yuan 1944 good Fine and a copy of a USA $5 Silver Certificate 1899 (£40 - £80)

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One Pound Beale B269, scarce last run replacement note S70S 202699, issued 1950, Pick369br, lightly pressed GVF (£100 - £150)

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Five pounds Beale white B270 dated 17th January 1951 series T64 078904, Pick344, good Fine (£30 - £60)

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Five pounds Beale white B270 dated 2nd May 1950 series R40 081844, Pick344, faint inked name on reverse & tiny edge nicks, pressed GVF looks better (£70 - £100)

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Five pounds Beale white B270 dated 31st January 1952 series W90 019637, Pick344, small inked name reverse, Fine+ (£50 - £60)

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Ten pounds Hollom B299 issued 1964 first run series A01 000748 stained edges & corner wear, about EF plus a Fforde 10 shilling GVF and Page £1 EF (£50 - £150)

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One Pound Fforde G Reverse B307 a consecutive trio R72L 441901, R72L 441902, R72L 441903 UNC (£25 - £35)

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Ten Pounds Page B330 issued 1975, scarce first run with low serial number, A01 000143, Pick379a, EF (£100 - £150)

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Five pounds Somerset B343 issued 1980 very first run and a low number DN01 000144, about UNC to UNC and scarce (£150 - £250)

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Fifty pounds Somerset B352 issued 1981 seriesB42 942208, Christopher Wren on reverse, Pick381a, pressed GEF (£60 - £80)

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Fifty Pounds Gill (10) all D prefixes includes a run of 6 consecutives, VF to EF with some folds (£600 - £700)

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Ten shillings Mahon B210 issued 1928 first series Z22 043627, Pick362a, VF to GVF (£40 - £80)

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One pound Mahon B212 issued 1928 first series A62 182444, Pick363a, about VF (£30 - £60)

Fifty pounds Gill B356 (2) a consecutively numbered pair series D71 666621 & D71 666622, Pick381b, about UNC to UNC (£125 - £175)

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Ten shillings Catterns B223 issued 1930 first series V83 911884, Pick362b, GVF (£80 - £150)

Fifty pounds Gill B356 (2) a consecutively numbered pair series D71 666639 & D71 666640, Pick381b, about UNC to UNC (£125 - £175)

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Fifty pounds Gill B356 (2) a consecutively numbered pair series D71 666651 & D71 666652, Pick381b, about UNC to UNC (£125 - £175)

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Ten Pounds Kentfield B369 first prefix DD01 ten all low numbers ranging from DD01 000260 to DD01 000773 Unc along with four original watermarked pieces for the Bradbury T16 note these VF (£250 - £350)

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Ten Pounds Kentfield B369 issued 1993 official first series and very low fun number DD01 000055, Pick386a, about UNC to UNC (£100 - £150)

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Bank of England £50 Kentfield (7), all with special presentation prefixes, B377 EP50 (3), YR19 (2) & first run A01 (2), UNC (£700 - £900)

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Kentfield (2) £50 B377 & £10 B369, matching very low serial numbers with special presentation prefixes, PW50 000023, UNC (£120 - £160)

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One pound Peppiatt B238 issued 1934 (12) a consecutive numbered series 94Z and B239 (6) series H93A, some consecutives, Pick363c, some with toned corners, EF to GEF (£100 - £150) Bank of England (6) Peppiatt £5, B241 dated 18th July 1935 series A/203 81806, WW2 Blue £1 Peppiatt, 3 other £1 signed Beale, Page, Somerset & Fforde 10/-, mixed grades (£30 - £60)

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One pound Peppiatt B249 (2) blue WW2 issue series H52H plus O’Brien £1 (2) 1955 series M73J and Page £1 (3) 1970 series HU32, consecutive groups, average about UNC (£50 - £70)

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One pound Peppiatt blue B250 issued 1940, replacement series S06H 059491, Pick367r, GEF to about UNC, very scarce in high grade (£300 - £450)

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Bank of England (3) Twenty Pounds B386, Ten Pounds B382 & 5 Pounds B380 signed Lowther, presentation sets Special Prefix QM10, all with the same low serial number 000083, UNC (£100 - £150)

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Bank of England (3) Twenty Pounds B386, Ten Pounds B390 & 5 Pounds B393 signed Lowther, presentation sets Special Prefix ER50, all with the same very low serial number 000004, UNC (£100 - £150)

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Bank of England £20 (9), all with special presentation prefixes, Lowther (6) B386 QC50, ER50, YR20 (4), Kentfield B375 YR19 (3), UNC (£360 - £450)

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Bank of England £10 (11), all with special presentation prefixes Lowther (5) B390 VR10, ER50, QC50 (2) & B382 QM10, Kentfield (6) B369 PW50, HM70 (2) & HM50 (3), UNC (£220 - £300)

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Ten Pounds Lowther B390 first prefix AA01 ten consecutive numbers AA01 006226 to AA01 006235 average EF (£175 - £225)

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Cheques, British banks, (21) including Messrs Hammerleys & Co. 1836, Mesrs Ladbrokes, Kingscote & Gillman 1836 (this scarce). Some unused, generally VF or better. (21) (£40 - £60)

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Bank of England Debden Set C100 issued 1990, Gill Last & First, £5 SE90 & A01 999211 in blue leatherette binder as issued, UNC (£50 - £100)

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Bank of England Debden Set C106 issued 1993, Kentfield Firsts, £50 E01, £20 E01, £10 KN01, £5 R01, all with same serial number 500176, in red leatherette binder, UNC (£140 - £240)

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Bank of England Debden Set C107 issued 1993, Kentfield £5 uncut sheet of 3, AB16/17/18 999024, in presentation folder as issued, UNC (£50 - £100)

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Bank of England Debden Set C108 issued 1993, Kentfield £5 uncut sheet of 3, AC01/02/03 999024, in presentation folder as issued, UNC (£50 - £100)

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Bank of England Debden Sets (6), variant design last & first pairs signed Kentfield 1994, C112 £20’s X01 & W35, C111 £10’s DD01 & X40 & C110 £5’s AA01 & W18, C113 £50’s A01 &E30, C102 1991 £20’s 20X & A01, C104 1992 £10’s KR30 & A01 all with same serial number 999861 & all in presentation folders as issued, UNC (£400 - £600) Bank of England Debden Sets (6), Kentfield (3) £5 C139 YR19, C123 HM50, C130 PW50 & Lowther (3) C172 QC50, C153 QM10, C159 VR10, all in presentation folder and each banknotes comes with a cupro-nickel £5 coin (£120 - £160) Bank of England Debden Sets (4), Special run & firsts signed Kentfield & Lowther 1999, C145 £50’s J01 & H99 999906, C144 £20’s DA01 & CL99 999906, C143 £10’s KL01 & KK99 999906 & C142 £5’s EA01 & DL99 999906, all in presentation folders as issued, UNC (£300 - £400) Bank of England Debden Set C148 issued 1999, Lowther £20 Last & First DA80 & AA01 999906 in presentation folder as issued, UNC (£100 - £150) Bank of England Debden Set C157 issued 2000, Lowther £10 Last & First, LA80 & AA01 999122 in presentation folder as issued, UNC (£60 - £100)

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ERROR £1 O’Brien B273 issued 1955 series S09J 392996, a large of print missing right side but serial number still printed over clear area, Pick369c, small tears & pinholes, cleaned & pressed, good Fine and a scarce type (£100 £200)

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ERROR Ten Shillings Hollom B294 series S17 795493, error with a large “fishtail” of extra paper left side, Pick373b, light surface dirt, good Fine (£80 - £150)

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ERROR £1 Fforde B305 issued 1963 series S95H 623125, extra paper “fishtail” bottom right corner, Pick374e, about EF (£150 - £250)

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ERROR £1 Somerset B341 issued 1981 series DW73 761060, a heavy green printer’s smudge down centre on face, VF (£20 - £40)

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ERROR £10 Salmon B408 (2) a consecutive pair both missing the last four digits of the left serial numbers, a faint imprint is visible (series LB50 518297 & LB50 518298), Pick389d, about UNC to UNC (£20 - £40)

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ERROR £10 Salmon B408 (2) a consecutive pair both missing the last four digits of the left serial numbers, series LB64 674335 & LB64 674336, Pick389d, about UNC to UNC (£20 - £40)

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ERROR £10 Cleland B411 (2) a consecutive pair both missing the last four digits of the left serial numbers, series MB80 228788 & MB80 228789, Pick unlisted, about UNC (£20 - £40)

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ERROR £10 Cleland B411 (2) a consecutive pair both missing the last four digits of the left serial numbers, series MB80 228792 & MB80 228793, Pick unlisted, about UNC (£20 - £40)

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British Provincial issues (5) Newcastle Joint Stock £5 1840, Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank £5 and £10, Stamford, Spalding & Boston £5 1906 & £10 1903, last four notes all cut cancelled, Fine (£80 - £100)

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English Provincial Bank cheques and bills of exchange (6) all 19th century proofs for Brosely Bank (3), Bridgnorth Bank, Ludlow and Tenbury Bank & Shrewsbury & Welsh Pool Bank, mount marks, stains, some edge damage etc., an interesting group, EF or better (£40 - £80)

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Australia $10 (2) Commemorative issue 1988, a consecutively numbered pair series AB, polymer plastic, Pick49b, about UNC to UNC (£15 - £30)

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Australia (10) 10 Shillings Pick25b (2) Armitage McFarlane, 1942 aFine, £1 Pick30 Coombs Wilson 1953 - 1960 about VF, £5 Pick 35a Coombs Wilson 1960 - 1965 about VF, $5 Pick50a Fraser Cole 1992 GEF, $10 Pick49a commemorative issue in folder 1988 UNC, plus 4 others (£100 - £150)

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English Provincial banknotes (7) Dartmouth General Bank £1 (3) and Dartmouth General Bank £5 (2) dates range from 1817 to 1820s, Carmarthen Bank £5 1828 and Wolverhampton Bank £1 dated 1824, average Good to VG (£100 - £200)

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Berwick Bank £1 proof printed on card dated 181x (1810), Thomas Berwick engraving, (Outing126 for type but unlisted), UNC (£70 - £120)

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Austria 5 Gulden PickA31, dated 1-1-1800, about VF (£80 - £120)

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Birmingham Labour Exchange 10 hour note dated 1833, Robert Owen issue, unissued remainder, Forward Trading Company stamp dated 191x on reverse, (Outing 3010k), almost UNC to UNC (£80 - £150)

Bahamas (3) 4 shillings KGVI issued 1936 Pick9e pressed GVF foxing spots, QE2 issues 1953, 4 shillings Pick13c cleaned & pressed Fine and 10 shillings Pick14b good Fine (£120 - £150)

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Cardigan 1 guinea dated 18xx (1830-90) an unissued remainder, printer Johnston & Co, Bristol, (Outing 427b), VF (£30 - £60)

Bahamas Central Bank $10 (2) issued 1974 series J751621 & L109488, Allen signature, Pick38b, both with inked number on face, Fine to good Fine (£80 - £160)

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Cumberland & Carlisle Bank £5 contemporary pull printed on card dated 180x, a Thomas Berwick engraving, (Outing 435a for type), UNC (£70 - £120)

Bahamas Central Bank $20 issued 1974 series M287580, Allen signature, Pick39b, edge stains, cleaned & pressed Fine, scarce (£50 - £100)

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Halifax Bank (2) 1 guinea 1806 series A296 for Ingram & Co. Outing 877 VG and a £1 forgery 1819 Poor with large tears (£80 - £160)

Bahamas Central Bank $20 issued 1974 series M919141, Allen signature, Pick39b, VF to GVF and scarce (£100 £200)

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Bahamas Central Bank $20 issued 1974 series M947116, Allen signature, Pick39b, GVF and scarce (£200 - £400)

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Bahamas Central Bank $3 (5) issued 1984, includes a consecutive trio, first series A, signed Allen, Pick44a, (cat. value $60 each), UNC (£50 - £100)

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Bahamas Central Bank $3 (6) issued 1984, a consecutive run, first series A, signed Allen, Pick44a, (cat. value $60 each), UNC (£60 - £120)

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Guinea 1813 Huddersfield, Benjamin & Joshua Ingham & Co. Grant 1431, VG as part of a group of GB coins (71) Decimal and pre-decimal mostly 20th Century issues in base metal with a few silver minors, in mixed grades (£90 - £150)

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Bank in Newcastle upon Tyne 40 day sight bill dated 1808 for £51-4-11, No.36959, signed Thomas Fenwick, some inked annotations, good Fine (£50 - £80)

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Newcastle upon Tyne 20 shillings or £1 dated 1803 No.V5833 for Surtees’s, Burdon & Brandling, (Outing 1502g), cleaned & wrong date of 1805 later inked in, VG (£60 - £80)

85)

Pontefract Bank 1 guinea dated 1808 for Seaton & Co. (first name of Perfect is crossed out), (Outing 1723c), almost Fine (£80 - £150)

86)

Retford Old Bank proof cheque dated 18xx for Beckett & Co., eagle vignette at left, mount marks reverse, about UNC (£40 - £80)

87)

Stamford, Spalding and Boston Banking Company £5 (6) dates range from 1901 to 1904, triangular cut cancelled, (Outing 2036f) numerous trade & bank stamps, about Fine (£40 - £80)

World Banknotes (lots 88- 290 ) 88)

A small collection in an album (104) includes Libya, Iraq, Jordan, UAE, Qatar, Algeria, Morocco, Yemen and Iran, includes plenty of Libyan items, in mixed grades to EF (£300 - £400)

89)

Australia $1 (2) issued 1969 series ANF 787779 & ANF 787780, Commonwealth issue with QE2 at right, Phillips & Randall signatures, Pick37c, UNC (£50 - £100)

100) Bahamas Central Bank $5 issued 1974 series L249155, Allen signature, Pick37b, GVF and $1 (2) Pick35b series S/1, one about EF the other about UNC (£30 - £60) 101) Bahamas Central Bank $5 issued 1974 series M022067, Allen signature, Pick37b, faint stains reverse, GEF to about UNC (£40 - £80) 102) Bahamas Central Bank $50 issued 1974 series B867787, Allen signature, Pick40b, good Fine and scarce (£200 £400) 103) Bahamas Central Bank $50 issued 1974 series C282148, Allen signature, Pick40b, VF and scarce (£300 - £600)

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104) Bahamas Central Bank (4) all issued 1984, $1 (2) Pick43a about UNC and Pick43b VF, $3 Allen signature Pick44a UNC and $5 series C246202 Allen signature Pick45a GEF to about UNC (£30 - £60)

hole cancellations, Pick19s, mounting residue left edge, almost EF (£50 - £100)

105) Bahamas Government $50 issued 1965 series A081374, Pick24a, two holes at right, penned numbers on face and small edge tears, cleaned & pressed, about Fine but very scarce (£80 - £160) 106) Bahamas Government Bank (2) 50 cents Pick17a and $3 Pick19a, QE2 portrait at left, both about UNC (£70 - £120) 107) Bahamas Monetary Authority 50 cents (2) and $3 (2), issued 1968 both consecutive pairs, Pick26a & Pick28a, from EF to about UNC (£50 - £100) 108) Bahrain 5 Dinars Pick8A, Bahrain Monetary Agency Law of 1973, GEF (£60 - £80) 109) Belgian Congo (4) 20 Francs (2) 1957 issue Pick 31 NVF, 1959 issue Pick 31 NVF, 10 Francs 1959 issue Pick 30b VF, 5 Francs 1947 issue Pick 13Ad Fine, Congo Democratic Republic (3) 100 Francs 1961 issue Pick 6a GVF, 50 Francs 1962 issue Pick 5a Fine, 20 Francs 1961 issue Pick 4a VF, Belgium (5) 100 Francs 1924 Pick 95, 100 Francs 1938 Pick 107, 100 Francs 1943 Pick 112, 100 Francs 1945 Pick 126, 5 Francs 1922 Pick 93 in mixed grades to VF (£240 - £280) 110) Bermuda £1 dated 1957 series Q/1 450984, a normal issued note used as a SPECIMEN with 4 punch hole cancellations, Pick20s, mounting residue left edge, GVF (£50 - £100) 111) Bermuda £1 dated 1st October 1966 (2) a consecutively numbered pair series X/2 590085 & X/2 590086, QE2 portrait at centre, Pick20d, UNC (£350 - £500)

114) Bermuda 5 shillings dated 1952 series K/1 937001, a normal issued note used as a SPECIMEN with 4 punch hole cancellations, Pick18s, mounting residue left edge, EF (£50 - £100) 115) Bermuda Government 10 shillings dated 1957 series U/1 829725, young QE2 portrait at centre, Pick19b, VF (£50 £80) 116) Bermuda Government 5 Shillings Pick18b, dated 1st May 1957 series X/1 173808, portrait QE2 centre, PCGS graded Gem New 66PPQ (£180 - £250) 117) Biafra £1 issued 1968-69 (10) scarcer types all without serial numbers, Pick5b (cat. value $20 each), UNC (£50 - £60) 118) British Honduras $1 Pick28c, dated 1st June 1970 series G/5 799750, portrait QE2 on right, PCGS graded Very Choice New 64PPQ (£150 - £200) 119) Canada Imperial Bank $100 counterfeit dated 1917, plate A series No.43363, Pick s1141x, perforated VOID with red “counterfeit” over stamps, EF (£30 - £60) 120) Cayman Islands $1 replacements (5) QE2 portrait, issued 2010, all Z/1 series, includes a consecutive pair, Pick38r, UNC and a scarcer prefix type (£50 - £100) 121) Ceylon 5 rupees dated 4th August 1943 series G/14 818032, KGVI portrait, Pick36a, tiny foxing spot, VF (£80 - £150) 122) Ceylon Government 5 Rupees Pick36, dated 12th July 1944 series G/21 689084, portrait KGVI on left, PCGS graded Choice About New 58PPQ (£180 - £220) 123) Cheques, deposit receipts, receipts, Annuities and other finance papers (£20 - £30) 124) Cheques, World banks (16, six from India), includes some unused. Used to EF. (16) (£30 - £50)

112) Bermuda £5 dated 1952 series E/1 485718, a normal issued note used as a SPECIMEN with 4 punch hole cancellations, Pick21s, mounting residue left edge, VF to GVF (£100 £200)

125) China (4) 100 Yuan Farmers Bank of China 1941 Pick 477a, Fine, 5 Yuan 1942 issue Pick 244 VF, 10 Yuan undated issue (1945) Pick J86b Fair, 100 Yuan 1946 Pick 1939 VF, along with China 20 Cents Shanghai Auditorium 1933 Fine, Empire (32) 100 Yuan to 10 Cents 1930s and 1940s issues in mixed grades, also China 5 Yuan 1960 EF, along with Foreign Exchange Certificates (9) 10 Yuan, 5 Yuan (5), 1 Yuan, 50 Fen (2), 10 Fen EF to UNC, and China Central Bank of China 5 Yuan 1936 issue (10 all consecutives) V715012 to 715021 UNC (£250 - £300) 126) China 2 yuan dated 1960 series VII IV II 0966030, watermark large star & 4 small stars, Pick875a, EF+ (£80 - £150)

113) Bermuda 10 shillings dated 1952 series G/1 669720, a normal issued note used as a SPECIMEN with 4 punch

127) China 5 Yuan 1980 issue (32), 2 Yuan (10), 1 Yuan (around 200), Fen 1953 (approximately 100) EF to UNC (£65 - £75)

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128) Cyprus 250 Mils Pick33a, dated 1st February 1956 series A/7 158735, portrait QE2 to right, PCGS graded Very Choice New 64PPQ (£750 - £1,000)

129) Czechoslovakia (20) 5000 Korun Pick19s perforated specimen dated 1920 about UNC, 100 Korun Pick23s perforated specimen dated 1931 GEF, 5000 Korun Pick75a issued note dated 1945 GEF, 100 Korun Pick63a issued 1945 EF, 20 Korun Pick61a issued 1945 GEF, plus 15 others (£80 - £120) 130) Danish West Indies $100 Pick11r, Bank of St. Thomas 1837, unsigned remainder reprint, this reprint quite scarce in its own right was inserted in two volumes of a series of reference work on Danish coins and paper money by Julius Wilcke in the 1920’s and 1930’s, UNC (£250 - £350)

137) Ethiopia 10 Thalers Pick8, dated 29th April 1933 series B/2 18782, leopard at centre, a few pinholes & 2 foxing spots, Fine (£200 - £250) 138) Falkland Islands £5 Pick9b, dated 30th January1975 series C62978, portrait QE2 on right, about UNC (£400 - £500)

139) France (11) a good selection including 20 francs 1917 Pick74 edge tear, 50 francs 1923 Pick64g and assorted 100 francs from 1914 to 1942, average Fine to VF but some higher grades also, worth viewing (£200 - £300) 140) France (22) Assignat 5 Livres PickA50 dated 1791, 500 Francs Pick95b dated 1942, 50 Francs (2) dated 1972 & 1973, 10 Nouveaux Francs Pick142a dated 1961, plus 17 others mixed grades Fine to EF (£40 - £80) 141) France 1000 francs dated 19 December 1940 series T.1260, Pick96a, GEF with a couple of small spots (£50 - £60) 142) France 1000 francs dated 19th December 1940 series W.1174 200, Pick96, about EF (£60 - £80) 143) France 20 francs 1904 series X.710 526, Pick61, small holes, edge tears & rust marks reverse, Fine to good Fine, scarce (£300 - £500)

131) Danish West Indies Bank of Saint Thomas $500 dated 18xx (an unissued reprint which was inserted in a reference volume on Danish Money by J. Wilcke), as Pick12, about UNC (£80 - £140)

132) Denmark 50 Kroner 1942 Pick 32d C7900042 Fine with some folds and small spots (£80 - £100) 133) Egypt (6) all different £5, £10, £50 (2) and £100 (2) Palestine Liberation Fund notes issued late 1940-50s, all with counterfoil, mostly UNC (£100 - £150) 134) Egypt 25 Piastres 1942 L/68 831710 Nixon signature, Pick 10c VF (£50 - £60) 135) Egypt National Bank £5 Pick19c, dated 9th September 1944 series M/88 091949, signature Sir Norman Nixon, PCGS graded Choice About New 55PPQ (£220 - £280) 136) Egypt National Bank 50 Piastres Pick21a, dated 15th June 1939 series A/7 217518, Tutankhamen at left, scarce signature for this issue Sir Edward Cook, Fine+ small taped repairs on back, lightly pressed (£50 - £80)

144) France 500 Francs 1953 issue, Pick 129c EF pressed, scarce, along with France (15) 100 Francs 1931, 100 Francs (4) 1937, 1949, 1982, 1991, 50 Francs (3) 1948, 1993, 1994, 20 Francs 1942, 10 Francs (3) 1943, 1944, 1947, 5 Francs (3) 1932, 1943 (2), in mixed grades (£275 - £325) 145) French Indochina 100 Piastres = 100 Riels Pick97, ND issued1954 series K.4 55008, 3 women at left, aVF (£70 £100) 146) French Indochina 100 Piastres Pick73, ND issued 1942 - 1945 series A023362, market scenes left & right, small corner creases about UNC (£120 - £150) 147) GB (13) includes White Five Pounds Beale July 1 1952, Five Pounds (2) O’Brien Lion and Key, Fforde, One Pound (9) Peppiatt blue (1), Beale consecutives (3), O’Brien (1), Page (4) and World (5) includes Russia 500 Roubles 1912, 25 Roubles 1909, and Northern Ireland Five Pounds George Best (2), Scotland, Commercial Bank of Scotland 1929, plus receipts for Feu duty Edinburgh 1894 (2) in mixed grades some EF or better (£150 - £250)

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148) GB and World in a large album (256) most if not all 1980s issues onwards, includes higher denomination GB issues, in mixed grades some UNC (£250 - £450)

166) India 5 Rupees (9) Pick90, Mahatma Gandhi, ND issued 1997, signature 88, 9 fancy serial numbers 100000 900000, usual staple holes to left, EF or better (£80 - £120)

149) GB and World in an album (51) includes GB One Pound and Ten Shillings Beale to Page £17 face, Germany, Canada and France a mixed group along with tram tickets for London last tram week (2) in mixed grades (£50 - £100)

167) India 5 Rupees 1943 undated issue, Black serial number, Deshmukh signature, Pick 23a, EF staple holes at left, Rare (£240 - £280)

150) German East Africa 100 Rupien dated 1905, Kaiser Wilhelm portrait, series No.18128 Pick4 (Rosenberg 903b), edge nick & small holes, about Fine (£150 - £250) 151) German notgeld in a tin (460+) mostly 1920s Reutergeld small sets with some duplication, mostly UNC (£30 - £60) 152) Germany 10 Reichsmark Konversionskasse all dated 1933 (6), (Conversion Funds for German Foreign Debts), a consecutively numbered run series C, Pick200, GEF to about UNC (£90 - £150) 153) Germany 10000 marks dated 1922 (5) a consecutively numbered run series J, the “Vampire” issue, Pick70, EF+ (£35 - £50) 154) Germany 50 Reichsmark Konversionskasse dated 1934, Conversion Funds for German Foreign Debts, series E Nr.0586044, Pick211, EF to GEF (£100 - £180) 155) Germany notgeld (9) includes some earlier 1914 issues plus 1 ruble and 3 ruble Port Kunda Cement Factory issues 1941, grades range from Fine to about UNC (£20 - £30) 156) Gibraltar £20 dated 1st July 1986 series A575101, QE2 at centre, Pick23c, VF (£80 - £120) 157) Guernsey 10 shillings (2) a consecutive pair dated 1st July 1966 series 20W 2534 & 20/W 2535, Guillemette signature, Pick42c, UNC (£150 - £200) 158) Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation $5 Pick180a, dated 20th February 1956 series D/H 957148, PCGS graded Choice About New 58 PPQ (£150 - £200) 159) Hong Kong (14), $5 Pick73b Chartered Bank issued 1975 aUNC, $5 Pick68c Chartered Bank issued 1962 - 1970 GVF, $5 HKSB Pick178d dated 1946 VG+, plus 9 others mixed grades Fine to UNC (£80 - £120)

168) India 5 Rupees Pick15b, issued 1935 series T/63 246720, signed Kelly, KGV portrait to right, 2 pinholes top left, tiny edge nick, original about VF (£200 - £250) 169) India group of Hundis and local issues (40+) some portrait types including some with Queen Victoria revenue stamps also China silk note, and various ephemera including a Yokohama unissued bank cheque dated 1936 for Soerabaya (Surabaya) in Netherlands Indies, an interesting lot (£70 - £130) 170) Iran 10 Rials Pick33Aa, ND issued 1938, portrait Shah Reza to right, EF (£50 - £100) 171) Iran 20 Rials 1937 issue, no overprint, Pick 34a VF, scarce as part of a group of Iran (39) 500 Rials to 5 Rials, 1930s to 1950s issues, in mixed grades, some later note EF or better (£370 - £420) 172) Iraq 1 Dinar National Bank of Iraq 1947 issue (1950) Pick 29 K781142 Fine with touches of foxing, pressed, Rare (£200 - £250) 173) Iraq 10 Dinar 1959 issue Pick 52a A/UNC, 10 Dinar 1959 issue without security thread Pick 55a Near EF, 1 Dinar Pick 53a About VF, Half Dinar Pick 55a NVF with a small nick at the top, also Iraq 25 Dinar (85) Saddam Hussein VF-EF many with inked annotations, along with Oman 1970s and 1980s issues (87) in mixed grades (£240 - £280) 174) Iraq 1959 issues (7) 10 Dinars with security thread Pick 55b (4), 10 Dinars without security thread Pick 55a (1), 5 Dinars with security thread Pick 54b, 1 Dinar without security thread Pick 53a VF to EF (£80 - £100) 175) Iraq National Bank 1/4 dinar issued 1953 series P335727, Pick32, cleaned & pressed VF to GVF (£150 - £300)

160) Hong Kong (20) and Malaya (4) in an album 1940s onwards, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 161) Hong Kong Special Administrative Region $10 (12) dated 2002, many consecutive numbers, series ZZ, Pick400ar UNC (£25 - £35) 162) Hong Kong Special Administrative Region $10 (18) dated 2002, many consecutive numbers, a scarcer replacement series ZY, Pick400ar UNC (£40 - £50)

176) Iraq National Bank 5 dinars issued 1955 series H002356, Pick40, cleaned & pressed about VF but looks better (£300 - £500)

163) India (6) 10 Rupees 1937 issue signature Taylor Pick 19a Fine with hole left centre, 10 Rupees 1943 issue VG, 5 Rupees 1937 issue Pick 18a (2) About Fine, 1 Rupee (2) 1935 issue signature Kelly Pick 14a VF, 1940 issue Pick 25a Fine, with hole at left (£160 - £200) 164) India 100 rupees KGVI issued 1943 series A/88 218203, Calcutta branch, signed Deshmukh, Pick20e, staple holes & larger hole at left, good Fine (£80 - £160) 165) India 2 Rupees (4) Pick79i, ND issued 1985 - 1990, 4 consecutive low numbers 85A 000001 - 000004, GEF (£350 - £450)

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177) Isle of Man Bank Limited £5 dated 7th April 1960 series No.15999, Pick6Ab, GVF and scarce (£300 - £500)

194) Libya 5 pounds issued 1963 series B/16 945641, Pick31a, pressed gFine to VF (£120 - £150) 195) Libya Central Bank 10 dinars issued 2002 (9) a consecutively numbered run, Pick66, UNC (£150 - £200) 196) Libya Central Bank 10 dinars issued 2004 (10) a consecutively numbered run, Pick70a, UNC (£100 - £150) 197) Libya Central Bank 5 dinars issued 1971, series B/2 197419, Pick36a, toned & pressed, a scarcer type, about EF (£50 - £70)

178) Isle of Man, Douglas & Isle of Man Bank £1 dated 1840s, Picks131, surface dirt, edge wear & small holes, Good (£20 - £40) 179) Italy (12) 50000 Lire to 50 Lire 1930s to 1980s issues in mixed grades a couple EF (£160 - £200) 180) Jamaica 10 Shillings Pick38b, dated 1st November 1940 series C/10 69322, portrait KGVI to left, light staining to top border, GEF (£150 - £200) 181) Jamaica 10 Shillings Pick51Be, issued 1964 (Law 1960) series HH121891, G. A. Brown signature, portrait QE2 at left, light dent in paper, about UNC to UNC (£180 - £220) 182) Jamaica 5 shillings (2) issued 1964 (L.1960), QE2 portraits at left, a consecutive numbered pair series FK276004 to FK276005, signature R.T.P. Hall, Acting Governor, Pick51Ac, about UNC to UNC (£150 - £200) 183) Jamaica 5 Shillings Pick37b, dated 1st March 1953 series 38D 45668, portrait KGVI to left, light centre fold, GEF to aUNC (£150 - £200)

198) Libya Central Bank 5 dinars issued 1972 (10) a consecutively numbered run series B/42 561668 to B/42 561677, Arabic inscription bottom right, Pick36b, UNC (£150 - £200) 199) Libya One Pound 1952 Pick 16 c/1 007702 Fine or better, some folds and small spots, Rare (£240 - £280) 200) Libya, Sudan, Arabic States and Africa in an album (36) in mixed grades, along with Libya 5 Dinars 1972 issue, with inscription Pick 36 A/UNC, and a further group of World in mixed grades (around 200) (£100 - £120) 201) Macau 1 Pataca Pick7, dated 1st January 1912 series 268751, VG and scarce (£150 - £200) 202) Macau 10 patacas dated 1991 (15) series AV, some consecutive numbers, Pick65a, UNC (£70 - £120) 203) Malaya $1 Pick11, dated 1st July 1941 (issued 1945) series K/53 071934, portrait KGVI to right, about UNC (£100 £150) 204) Malaya $5 Pick12, dated 1st July 1941 (issued 1945) series F/30 026549, portrait KGVI to right, cleaned & pressed, about EF (£140 - £180)

184) Japan bookmark money Hansatsu (3), issued 19th century and 2 Russian official receipts/Bills of Exchange dated 1884 with GB duty stamps and royal seals, Fine or better (£70 £140)

205) Malaya (2) 10 Dollars 1941 issue (1945) Pick 13 B/53 037260 Near EF with a centre fold, 5 Dollars 1941 issue (1945) Pick 12 B/91 032092 Fine with some damage to the lower centre (£250 - £300)

185) Jersey £1 (2) issued 1963, QE2 at right, a consecutive pair series C891433 & C891434, Padgham signature, Pick8a, about UNC to UNC (£80 - £140)

206) Malaya and British Borneo $1 dated 1959 series C/33 925994, TDLR printers, Pick8Aa, flick only, about UNC to UNC (£70 - £120)

186) Jersey £1 issued 1976 (10) QE2 portrait, 1st series AB, some consecutive numbers, Pick11a, about UNC to UNC (£50 - £80)

207) Malaya Commissioner of Currency $1 (3) dated 1941 (issued 1945), KGVI portrait at right, series D/99 (faint edge stain), L/92 & P/86, Pick11, all EF or better (£120 - £180)

187) Jersey 10 shillings (2) issued 1963, QE2 at right, a consecutive pair series C007362 & C007363, Pick7a, print marks bottom edge, about UNC (£50 - £80)

208) Malaya Commissioner of Currency 50 cents (2) dated 1941 (issued 1945) KGVI at left, a consecutive pair series A/19 399346 & A/19 399347, Pick10a, about UNC to UNC (£120 - £180)

188) Kuwait (6) 1/4 dinar to 20 dinar set, Law of 1968, all post gulf War issues , Pick11 to Pick16, average EF to about UNC (£80 - £100) 189) Libya (2) Five Pounds 1963 Pick 26 4B/9 362101 VF, One Pound 1963 Pick 25 4C/24 472577 Fine (£650 - £750) 190) Libya 1 pound issued 1963 series C/17 112644, Pick25, washed, pressed, trimmed edges, Fine (£40 - £60) 191) Libya 1 Pound Pick25, ND issued Law 1963 series 4 C/18 961859, VF (£120 - £200) 192) Libya 5 piastres (2) and 10 piastres all issued 1951, Pick5a and Pick6a, GEF or better (£40 - £60) 193) Libya 5 pounds dated 1963 series B/5 604828, Pick26, cleaned & pressed, lightly trimmed edges, good Fine (£150 - £200)

209) Malaya rubber coupons (16) all for Johore dated 1941, 10 katis (4), 25 katis (4), 1 picul (4) and 5 piculs (4), plus 1 coagulant units (4) and Syonen Shoken $1 (4), some with edge foxing and other with pencilled annotations on reverse, overall EF to about UNC (£200 - £250) 210) Malaya rubber coupons (16) all for Johore dated 1941, 10 katis (4), 25 katis (4), 1 picul (4) and 5 piculs (4), plus 1 coagulant units (4) two have been worm eaten and Syonen Shoken $1 (4), the 1 piculs and 5 piculs have heavy foxing and a few with pencilled annotations on reverse, overall EF to about UNC (£80 - £100) 211) Malaya rubber coupons (20) all for Johore dated 1941, 10 katis (5), 25 katis (5), 1 picul (5) and 5 piculs (5), plus Syonen Shoken $1 (5), some with edge foxing and other with pencilled annotations on reverse, overall EF to about UNC (£100 - £150)

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212) Malaya rubber coupons 1941 (2) 10 katis Johore and 1 picul for Federated Malay States, VF to GVF (£10 - £20) 213) Maldives (3) 1 Rupee Pick 2b, 2 Rupees Pick3b, 5 Rupees Pick4b, dated 4th June 1960, palm tree at left, dhow at right, UNC (£100 - £140) 214) Malta £5 Pick30a, issued 1968 (Law of 1967) series A/1 079259, portrait QE2 to right, signed Hogg, original VF (£80 - £120)

231) Papua New Guinea 20 Kina 2008 Issue, 35th Anniversary of the Bank of Papua New Guinea Pick 36a (200) BPNG5996301 to BPNG5996500 consecutives UNC in a mint bundle (£200 - £300) 232) Portuguese India 100 escudos SPECIMEN dated 1959 series No.000000, trace number 31 in red ink top right, mounting residue left edge, Pick43s, GEF to about UNC (£100 - £200)

215) Malta Government £1 issued 1963 series A/2 630095, QE2 portrait at right, Pick26a, lightly pressed about UNC (£80 £150) 216) Malta Government 10 shillings issued 1968 first series low number A/1 002283, QE2 portrait at right, Pick28a, UNC (£80 - £120) 217) Martinique 100 francs issued 1944 series PU312717, Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, Pick25, chemically treated, pressed and trimmed edges, about Fine but looks a little better (£100 - £120) 218) Martinique 5 Francs 1942 Issue, Blue serial number S66 291 1642291 , Pick 16b, VF with a light central fold (£120 - £150) 219) Mauritania 1000 Ouguiya dated 1973 (2) a consecutive pair, series P001, Pick3a, first date type, corner folds, GEF to about UNC and scarce (£150 - £200)

233) Portuguese India 1000 escudos SPECIMEN dated 1959 series No.000000, trace number 30 in red ink top right, mounting residue left edge, Pick46s, about UNC and scarce high value (£100 - £200) 234) Portuguese India 30 escudos SPECIMEN dated 1959 series No.000000, trace number 31 in red ink top right, mounting residue left edge, Pick41s, about UNC to UNC (£100 - £200)

220) Mauritania 200 Ouguiya dated 1974 (5) series D002, Pick5a, first date type, GEF (£80 - £100) 221) Mauritius 1000 Rupees Pick41, ND issued 1991 series AB526040, portrait President Veerasamy Ringadoo at left, PCGS graded Choice New 63PPQ (£350 - £450) 222) Mauritius 25 rupees issued 1967 first series A/1 043531, QE2 portrait at right, Pick32a, GEF (£80 - £150) 223) Mexico Revolution period (10) 1914 to 1915 period includes Chihuahua and Mercado de Henequen also Uruguay 500 pesos 1939 and Peru 500 Intis 1987, mostly high grades (£20 - £40)

235) Portuguese India 300 escudos SPECIMEN dated 1959 series No.000000, trace number 31 in red ink top right, mounting residue left edge, Pick44s, about UNC to UNC (£100 - £200)

224) NAAFI tokens (26), Egypt (5) , France (11) and GB (10) all used c.1946 to 1950, red & green Egyptian in plastic, French & GB all brown bakrerlite type, various types, all in decent conditions (£80 - £150) 225) Netherlands (2) 100 Gulden 1992 issue Pick 101 UNC, 50 Gulden 1982 issue 2949106608 Pick 96 UNC (£200 - £250) 226) New Hebrides 100 francs issued 1975 series N.1 27215, signature 2, Pick18c, UNC (£15 - £30)

236) Portuguese India 60 escudos SPECIMEN dated 1959 series No.000000, trace number 31 in red ink top right, mounting residue left edge, Pick42s, about UNC to UNC (£100 - £200)

227) Northern Ireland, Five Pounds Ulster Bank Limited 2013 issue (100) E1497801 to E1497900 consecutives UNC in a mint bundle (£525 - £625) 228) Norway 10 Kroner Pick20b, dated 1944 series Z444713, arms at top centre, tiny edge nicks on top border, Fine (£240 - £300) 229) Oman (37) 100 baisa Pick31 (29), 200 baisa Pick23, 1/2 rial Pick25 and 1/2 rial Pick33 (6), mostly UNC (£80 - £100) 230) Palestine Currency Board 500 mils dated 20th April 1939 series F552574, Pick6c, inked name on reverse, good Fine to VF (£300 - £500)

237) Portuguese India 600 escudos SPECIMEN dated 1959 series No.000000, trace number 30 in red ink top right, mounting residue left edge, Pick45s, about UNC to UNC (£100 - £200)

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245) Russia a mixed group 1910-1997 (49) includes some larger types, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 246) Saint Helena £10 issued 1979 first series fancy low number P/1 000111, Pick8a, (scarcer 1st signature type--this series begins at P/1 000001), flick only, about UNC to UNC (£80 - £150)

238) Qatar & Dubai 1 Riyal Pick1, ND issued 1960’s, series A/10 633856, dhow, derrick & palm tree at left, PCGS graded Extremely Fine 40PPQ (£300 - £400)

247) Scotland Bank of Scotland One Hundred Pounds 17.7.1995 Pick 123a SPECIMEN serial number AA000000 with SPECIMEN across both sides in black (£150 - £250) 248) Scotland Bank of Scotland One Hundred Pounds 18.8.1997 Bruce Pattullo Pick 123b SPECIMEN serial number AA000000, with SPECIMEN across both sides in red (£150 - £250) 249) Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland One Pound 1st October 2001, signature Goodwin Pick 351e (100) consecutives C/92 752101 to 752200 UNC in a mint bundle (£140 - £180)

239) Qatar & Dubai 10 riyals issued 1960s series A/5 786488, (786 is a lucky number), Pick3a, Fine+ (£400 - £600)

240) Rhodesia & Nyasaland 10 shillings archival SPECIMEN dated 23rd February 1962 series W/39 000001--W/39 1000000, signed Richards, Pick20bs, perforated & small abrasion on reverse, EF (£350 - £450) 241) Rhodesia (4) One Pound 1964 issue Pick 25 G/7 327225 GVF, One Pound 1967 issue Pick 28 K/26 200977 VF pressed, Ten Shillings 1964 issue Pick 24 H/3 482835 Fine, Ten Shillings 1968 issue Pick 27a L/17 397137 EF with light folds, Rhodesia and Nyasaland (3) 10 Shillings 1961 Pick 20b Signature Richards W/22 004868 Fine or better, pressed, 10 Shillings 1961 issue Richards signature W/33 408022, Pick 20b VG with a small pinhole at left, and tape residue mark on the reverse, scarce, One Pound 1961 signature Richards Pick 21b X/66 838225 Fine with a small tear at the bottom edge and small signs of foxing, Rare, Southern Rhodesia Five Shillings 1948 issue Pick 8b VG some folds, with a small nick on the top edge and a pinhole at the centre (£600 - £700) 242) Rhodesia Reserve Bank £5 Pick26, dated 10th November 1964 series F/1 354370, portrait QE2 at right, sable antelope at lower left, GEF (£240 - £300)

250) Short snorter banknotes WW2 (4) Ireland Currency Commission £1 dated 6-8-41 warcode B Pick2c, Morocco 10 francs 1943--this with “Short Snorters Club” written left border, China 10 yuan 1935 and Portugal 20 escudos 1941, all with written annotations of locations visited such as Azores, Newfoundland Morocco, Baltimore, etc., some RAFTC based, average Fine (£70 - £100) 251) Singapore $1 issued 1973 series C/11 Pick1d about UNC to UNC, $5 issued 1967 Pick2a VF and $10 issued 1967 Pick3a cleaned gFine, along with various $1 (5), $5 Pick19, $10 Pick20 and $20 Pick12, some pressed, VF or better, along with a further group of Singapore Dollars (8) 19671972 issues Lim Kim San (3) Pick 1a, Hun Sui Sen (5) Pick 1d, EF to UNC, Straits Settlements 10 Cents 1919 Issue Pick 8b B/60 56426 About Fine, some foxing (£145 - £165) 252) South Africa Barry & Nephews £5 unissued remainder (2), Swellendam branch dated 185x, vignette of cattle wagon at centre, Pick not listed, toned at bottom area, both about UNC to UNC (£100 - £200) 253) South Russia 10000 Roubles 1919 Pick S425 (19) all plate number ЯE-084 UNC (£55 - £65) 254) Spain (10) 1000 Pesetas (3) 1925, 1971 (2), 100 Pesetas 1970, 25 Pesetas 1954, 10 Pesetas 1935 (2), 5 Pesetas (2) 1951, 1954, 1 Peseta 1953 in mixed grades some VF to EF (£80 - £100) 255) Straits Settlements 10 cents dated 14th October 1919 series E/19 37487, Pick8b, a few marks reverse, almost EF (£150 - £250) 256) Straits Settlements One Dollar 1925 issue Pick 9a K/26 50549 EF with light traces of folds, Rare (£800 - £1,000)

243) Rhodesia Reserve Bank 10 Shillings Pick24, dated 30th September 1964 series H/1 382374, black serial number, portrait QE2 to right, GEF (£300 - £400) 244) Russia (around 200) 3 Roubles to 100 Roubles, in mixed circulated grades, some duplication, along with Russia 100 Roubles 1910 Catherine the Great (7), 250 Roubles 1917 (2), 25 Roubles 1909 portrait of Alexander III, 10 Roubles 1909 (30) 5 Roubles 1909 (30) 1 Rouble 1898 (10), in mixed grades VG to Fine (£300 - £400)

257) Sudan 5 Sudanese Pounds Pick9c, dated 20th January 1966 series D/55 067869, dhow at left, about VF (£150 £200)

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258) Sweden 1000 kronor dated 1939 series D,44674f, an issued note used a SPECIMEN, 1 punch hole at left and perforated ANULLERAD on all 4 sides, pinholes & mounting traces right edge on reverse, GEF and scarce (£200 - £400)

264) Tibet 100 srang issued 1942-59, short script, Pick11b, deckled edges on 3 sides from hand printing, GEF (£50 £70) 265) Tonga 4 Shillings 3rd November 1966 issue Pick 9e UNC (£50 - £70) 266) Tonga Government Treasury Note £5 Pick12d, dated 2nd December 1966 series B/1 61149, arms at centre, EF (£100 - £140) 267) Tunisia (2) 5 Dinars 1960 Pick 59 Arabic numerals C/5 0891726 VF, 1 Dinar 1958 issue Pick 58 B/17 723971 Near VF with some folds (£65 - £75)

259) Sweden 24 Schillingar dated 1798 series N33137, PickA116 with value on reverse, retaped along central tears or splits on reverse, overall paper is about Fine (£30 - £50) 260) Syria 100 livres SPECIMEN dated 1947 series 0.00 000, overprint “Billet Specimen Non Remboursable”, punch hole cancelled, (a small piece of tape residue on reverse), Pick61s, EF and very scarce (£500 - £1,000)

268) Turkey Ottoman Empire (5), 10 Livre Pick101 issued 1916 1917 law of 4th February AH1332, small edge tears, centre hole, aFine, 5 Livre Pick91 issued 1916 - 1917 law of 6th August AH1332, edge nicks to right border, Fine, 1 Livre Pick90 issued 1916 - 1917, law of 6th August AH1332, some staining, good Fine, 5 Piastres Pick87 issued 1916 -1917 law of 6th August AH1332, VF, 20 Kurush Pick36 issued 1861, second ‘Kaime’ issue AH1277, EF (£220 - £300) 269) United Arab Emirates 100 dirhams replacements (3), issued 2008, a consecutive numbered run series 999314670 to 999314672, Pick30d(r), UNC (£150 - £250) 270) United Arab Emirates 50 dirhams issued 1973 series 4D 692527, Pick4a, Fine+ (£150 - £250) 271) USA (138), USA Payment Certificates (10) and World (35) in an album USA includes an imitation of $500 1934 series, 50 Dollars (1), 20 Dollars (11), 10 Dollars (3), 5 Dollars (1), 2 Dollars (86), 1 Dollar (35), in mixed grades (£1,000 - £1,750)

261) Syria 5 livres SPECIMEN dated 1948 series O.0 000, overprint “Billet Specimen Non Remboursable”, punch hole cancellations & mounting residue left edge, Pick62s, EF to GEF, very scarce (£300 - £600)

272) USA 4 Pence, 1 Groat PickS2499, dated 18th June 1764, for the province of Pennsylvania, crowned British arms, printed by B. Franklin & D. Hall, about Fine and scarce (£350 - £450)

262) Syria 50 livres 1939 archival SPECIMEN dated 1939 (SYRIE crossed out top centre and Liban written next to it in ink), cancellation punch holes & mounting residue at left edge, Pick44bs for type, EF to GEF and very scarce (£500 - £1,000)

273) USA Military Payment Certificates (3) 10 Dollars Series 651 (1965) Pick SM63 EF pressed, 10 Dollars Series 681 (1969) Pick SM81 VF, 20 Dollars Series 681 (1969) Pick SM82 Good EF (£160 - £200)

263) Test notes and ephemera (40) includes fun notes, ration books, lottery vouchers, premium bonds, political skit notes, etc. (£50 - £80)

274) USA One Dollar 1985 issue (48) consecutives B26570353E to B26570400E About UNC, 1985 issue (50) D40180646 to D40180695A (50) About UNC, along with Two Dollars 1976 series C10993025A UNC in the brown wallet of issue (£85 - £125)

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275) World (121) mostly more recent issues in high grades with strength in Indian issues (£50 - £150) 276) World (198) includes Germany, Greece and Russian issues, includes some larger types, in mixed circulated grades (£125 - £150) 277) World (437) a good mix with plenty in high grade (£25 - £50) 278) World (63) including earlier types such as George V, generally from circulation (xx) (£25 - £75)

295) Britannia 2006 Golden Silhouette Collection (5 coins) Britannia £2 Silver Proofs with gold plated highlights nFDCFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 296) Britannia 20th Anniversary Platinum Proof Collection 2007 a 4-coin set comprising £100 (1 ounce), £50 (Half ounce), £25 (Quarter ounce) and £10 (One Tenth ounce) all in .9995 Platinum, FDC cased as issued with certificate, number 009 of just 250 sets issued, this set listed by Spink as PPBCS1 (£2,300 - £2,600)

279) World a mixed group (72) in mixed grades (£65 - £75) 280) World accumulation in small shoe box (400+) includes many high grades, lots of fun notes including James Bond, Elvis, etc. (£30 - £60) 281) World and GB cheques plus some GB postal orders, much duplication (80+) (£20 - £40) 282) World assortment (450 plus) mixed grades (£50 - £100)

297) Britannia Gold £10 One Tenth Ounce 2002 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150)

283) World in a tin, a varied selection, includes some currency, in mixed grades (lot) (£50 - £100)

298) Britannia Gold £25 One Quarter Ounce 2002 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£175 - £250)

284) World in an album (£200 - £300)

299) Britannia Gold £25 Quarter Ounce 2016 William Shakespeare, the reverse with a matt finish, nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, issue limited to just 350 pieces, originally cost £650 from the Royal Mint (£250 - £450)

285) World in an album (£300 - £500) 286) World including Bank of Ireland £10 and some B of E One Pounds and Ten Shillings, from circulation (lot) (£50 - £100) 287) World including some high grade modern Greek (33) (£10 - £20)

300) Britannia Gold a 3-coin set 2014 Fifty Pounds (Half Ounce) , Twenty Five Pounds (Quarter Ounce) and Ten Pounds (One Tenth Ounce), FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,400)

288) World Specimens (5) Congo Democratic Republic 50 cents 1997 Picks84s UNC and 1000F 2005 Picks101s UNC, Yugoslavia 10 dinara 1994 Pick138s UNC and Zaire 50 zaires 1980 (2) Pick25s, both stained about UNC (£60 - £80)

301) Britannia Gold a 3-coin set 2015 Fifty Pounds (Half Ounce) , Twenty Five Pounds (Quarter Ounce) and Ten Pounds (One Tenth Ounce), FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,150 - £1,350)

289) Zambia £5 issued 1964 first series C/1 430412, Wildebeest at right, Pick3a, surface dirt, Fine (£80 - £150)

302) Britannia Gold a 3-coin set 2016 Fifty Pounds (Half Ounce) , Twenty Five Pounds (Quarter Ounce) and Ten Pounds (One Tenth Ounce), FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Certificate number 10 of only 70 sets issued in this format (£1,200 - £1,400)

290) Zimbabwe 100 trillion dollars dated 2008, a scarcer replacement low number issue series ZA0010726, Pick91r, UNC, one of the highest value notes ever issued (£50 - £80)

English Cased and Proof Items (lots 291- 516)

303) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2000 Four coin set FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,750 - £2,500)

291) 1000 Years of British Coinage a 43-coin set of modern replicas of iconic coins, as made, in a Westminster box with 20 certificates (£50 - £150) 292) 1887 Jubilee Currency Set Crown to Threepence 1887 Bright NEF to A/UNC, the Threepence a Proof issue, contained in a red box with ‘QUEEN VICTORIA’ in gold lettering on the lid (£200 - £300) 293) A collection of Westminster GB and World cased material a wide variety in mixed grades includes the Millennium collection of Ancients 1st Century onwards, a set of silver cobs, 20th Century silver minors and modern silver Proofs (lot) plus an additional empty Silver coin Westminster case (£500 - £750) 294) A mixed lot with proof sets and mint sets, cased items some in silver and more (lot) (£150 - £250)

304) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2005 Four coin set nFDC, the £50 Half Ounce with a tone spot on the obverse, cased as issued with certificate (£1,600 - £2,000) 305) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2006 Four coin set FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,600 - £2,000)

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306) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2013 the Five coin set comprising £100, £50, £25, £10 and £1 gold FDC cased as issued with certificate, number 47 of just 250 sets issued (£2,400 - £2,800)

320) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2010 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 321) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2011 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 322) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2012 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC the Fifty Pence with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 323) Britannia Silver Proof Sets (2) 1997, 1998 the four coin sets nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £250) 324) Britannia Silver Proof Sets (2) 2008, 2009 the four coin sets nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £250)

307) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2013 the Three-coin set comprising £50, £25, and £10 gold FDC cased as issued with certificate, issue limited to 125 sets (£1,200 - £1,400)

325) Britannia Silver Proof Sets (2) 2010 and 2011 both 4-coin sets nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificate (£200 - £250)

308) Britannia Once Ounce Silver Proofs (2) 2015 and 2016 FDC cased as issued with certificates (£75 - £100)

326) Britannia Silver Proof Sets (3) 1998, 2001, 2003 4-coin sets nFDC to FDC a few of the coins with light toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£220 - £260)

309) Britannia Silver Fifty Pences 2014 (2) SS Gairsoppa minted from silver recovered from the wreck of the SS Gairsoppa BU still sealed in the Royal Mint packs of issue (£20 - £40) 310) Britannia Silver One Pound 2012 25th Anniversary of the Britannia series 1987-2012, a 9-coin set featuring all previously issued designs, now dated 2012 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £250) 311) Britannia Silver Proof 4 coin sets (2) 1998 and 2001 both aFDC - FDC (a hint of toning) cased with certificates (£150 - £250) 312) Britannia Silver Proof Set 1997 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds Britannia 2014 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Britannia Silver Two Pounds (5) 2001, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, UNC in the packaging of issue with certificates, the last in a soft Westminster case with certificate (£150 - £200) 313) Britannia Silver Proof Set 1998 the 4-coin set FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100) 314) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2001 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100) 315) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2003 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100) 316) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2005 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100) 317) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2007 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £125) 318) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2008 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £125) 319) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2009 the 4-coin set nFDC to FDC a couple of the coins with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120)

327) Britannia Silver Two Pounds 1998 (5) UNC still sealed in the plastic envelopes, Five Pound Crowns (3) 1999 Millennium, 2000 (2) Queen Mother 100th Birthday UNC, Two Pounds 1996 Euro 96 Football (5) UNC, Fifty Pences (4) 1998 EU (3), 1998 NHS (1) EF to UNC, Guernsey Five Pound Crown 1999 Millennium, Western Samoa 10 Tala 1992 Queen Elizabeth II 40th Anniversary of Accession Silver Proof in a soft Westminster case with certificate (£125 - £200) 328) Britannia Ten Pounds 2013 5oz.Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£240 - £280) 329) Britannias £2 Ounces 2014 (2) in the Jubilee Mint’s presentation packs along with other mostly Jubilee Mint cased items some in silver, along with a large group of fantasy issues such as larger USA Twenty Dollar fantasies in base metal, and four badges in presentation cases including Titanic themed types (lot) (£175 - £275) 330) Centenary of World War I Sovereign pair a 2-coin set Sovereigns 1914 and 1918P both VF on a First Day Cover with stamp, in the Jubilee Mint presentation folder with certificate (£420 - £500) 331) Coin and Banknote Sets (2) Queen Mother 100th Birthday Ten Pounds Lowther QM10 000314 UNC with Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother Silver Proof FDC, in the wallet of issue, Queen Mother 100th Birthday Five Pounds Lowther QM10 010320 UNC and Five Pound Crown 2000 CuproNickel UNC, in the wallet of issue, Coin and Banknote First Day Cover Queen Mother 100th Birthday Five Pounds Lowther QM10 009481 UNC, Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother Cupro-Nickel UNC on the cover of issue with £5 stamp UNC, Coin and Stamp Set 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother Silver Proof and set of 4 First class stamps depicting four generations of the Royal Family, UNC as in the wallet of issue, Five Pound Crowns (14) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding, 1998 Prince of Wales 50th Birthday, 1999 Diana Memorial, 1999 Millennium, 2000 Queen Mother Centenary, 2002 Golden Jubilee (2), 2012 London Olympics (2), 2012 Diamond Jubilee (3), UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue, Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, Two Pounds 1989 a 2-coin set Bill and Claim of Rights, Two

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Pounds 2002 a 4-coin set Commonwealth Games, One Pound 1999 Scotland, Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings, UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue, Proof Set 1970 NFDC, Royal Mint Year Sets (3) 1986, 1990, 1992 UNC in the wallets of issue, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/1971 (10) UNC in the wallets of issue, Millennium Time Capsule Year set 2000, UNC, Queen Elizabeth II Portrait set a 4-coin set comprising Crown 1965, Crown 1972, Five Pound Crown 1990 and Five Pound Crown 1998 Cupro-Nickel issues UNC, Crowns (6) 1951, 1953 (3), 1972 (2), UNC, Fifty Pence 1973 (4) EF toned, Jersey Crown 1966 UNC in slide case, Isle of Man Crown 1970 UNC in slide case, Medallic First Day 1994 25th Anniversary of the Investiture of the Prince of Wales Medal UNC and stamps UNC on the cover of issue, Numismatic First Day Cover 1993 40th Anniversary of the Coronation UNC on the cover of issue with stamps, Roman Bronze Gallienus (253-268AD About Fine in a Westminster wallet with certificate (£180 - £220) 332) Commonwealth Games 2002 Two Pounds four coin cupronickel Proof Set FDC cased as issued with certificate (£80 - £90) 333) Commonwealth Games 2002 Two Pounds four coin sets (2) cupro-nickel proof (or prooflike) set in pop up presentation set with plaque and BU set in RM presentation pack (£80 - £110)

345) Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 346) Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother Centenary Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pound Crowns (5) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proofs (2), 1998 Prince of Wales 50th Birthday Silver Proof, 1999 Diana Memorial Silver Proof, 2001 Victoria Centenary Silver Proof, Two Pounds 1998 Silver Proof Piedfort, Two Pounds 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proofs (2), One Pound Silver Proofs (6) 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (3) 1993, 1996, 1999, One Pound a 2-coin set 1999 and 2000 reverse frosted Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, 1998 EEC 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 1998 NHS and EEC 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue with certificates (£200 - £350) 347) Five Pound Crown 2001 Victoria Anniversary Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 348) Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Platinum Proof Piedfort FDC in the case of issue with certificate, number 141 of just 250 issued (£2,750 - £3,250)

334) Commonwealth Games 2002 Two Pounds four coin Silver Proof Set FDC cased as issued with certificate (£80 - £100) 335) D-Day 70th Anniversary Numismatic First Day Cover comprising Sovereign 2014 UNC on cover with commemorative stamps, in the Jubilee Mint wallet of issue with certificate (£200 - £250) 336) Entente Cordial 100th Anniversary Two-Coin Gold Set comprising Sovereign 1904 GVF and France 20 Francs 1904 EF/NEF cased as issued, one of 600 sets assembled by the Royal Mint (£380 - £480) 337) Fifty Pence 2003 WSPU Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£400 - £600) 338) Fifty Pence 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£400 - £600) 339) Fifty Pence 2009 a 16-coin set commemorating the 40th Anniversary of introduction of the Fifty Pence Spink PSS40 comprising an example of each design previously minted now dated 2009 Silver Proofs FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£300 - £400) 340) Fifty Pence 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Gold Proof nFDC with a tiny tone spot on the obverse, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 520 minted (£550 - £650) 341) Fifty Pence 2016 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Beatrix Potter Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£40 - £60) 342) Fifty Pence 2016 Battle of Britain FDC cased as issued with certificate (£600 - £750) 343) Five Hundred Pounds 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 1 Kilo Silver Proof, in an NGC ‘90th Birthday’ holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, along with the Royal Mint certificate, stating the mintage of 450 pieces, of which 200 were graded in this style of presentation (£950 - £1,250) 344) Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Gold Proof FDC in the blue box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

349) Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 350) Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Platinum Proof Piedfort, over 94 grammes of platinum, nFDC in the box of issue, no certificate, only 250 issued (£1,700 - £2,200) 351) Five Pound Crown 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds 2002 a 4-coin set Commonwealth Games UNC in the wallet of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms and Emblems of Britain double set UNC in the wallet of issue (£150 - £200) 352) Five Pound Crown 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill Silver Proof Piedfort FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£55 - £65) 353) Five Pound Crowns (4) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Proof, 1997 Golden Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Proofs (2), Two Pounds (11) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 UN 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof Piedfort, 1997 Silver Proof Piedfort, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof Piedfort Hologram Reverse, 1995 UN Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proofs (3), 1998 Silver Proofs (2), One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (3) 1995, 1997, 1998, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 1996, 1998, 1999, Fifty Pence (5) 1997 Silver Proof Piedfort, 1992/3 EU Presidency Silver Proofs (2), 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries Silver Proof, Fifty Pence 2-coin sets (2) 1997 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, 1998 NHS 50th Anniversary and EU 25th Anniversary Silver Proofs, Ten Pence a 2-coin set 1992 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Ten Pence 1992

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Silver Proof Piedfort, Falkland Islands Two Pounds 1991 10th Anniversary of the Prince and Princess of Wales Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£325 - £450) 354) Five Pound Crowns (4) 2009 Nations Touch at their Summits Silver Proof, 2009 I have touched the highest point of all my greatness, Silver Proof, 2009 Great Things are done when men and mountains meet Silver Proof, 2010 Tameless and swift and proud Silver Proof, FDC in capsules, two in soft Westminster cases, Two Pounds 2002 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof, Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games UNC, Jersey (2) Five Pound Crown 2010 Sir Thomas Wentworth Silver Proof, Two Pounds 2010 Revolution to Restoration - Cromwell Silver Proof FDC in capsules in soft Westminster cases (£50 - £75) 355) Five Pound Crowns (7) 2000 Queen Mother Centenary Silver Proof Piedfort (2), 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof Piedfort, 2008 Prince of Wales 60th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort, 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton Silver Proof Piedfort, 2012 London Paralympics Silver Proof Piedfort, 2013 60th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2005 Nelson and Trafalgar Silver Proof Piedforts, Fifty Pences a 2-coin set 2006 The Award and The Heroic Acts Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£450 - £550) 356) Five Pound Crowns 2013 The Queen’s Portrait Collection a 4-coin set Spink PSS54 comprising examples of the Gillick, Machin, Maklouf and Rank-Broadley portraits, Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£200 - £350) 357) Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2005 Nelson and Trafalgar 200th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, Five Pound Crowns (5) 2004 Entente Cordiale Silver Proof Piedfort, 2009 London Olympic Countdown Silver Proof Piedfort, 2010 London Olympic Countdown Silver Proof Piedfort, 2011 London Olympic Countdown Silver Proof Piedfort, 2013 The Royal Birth Silver Proof, Two Pounds 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II Silver Proof, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 2006 Victoria Cross, the Award and the Heroic Acts, Silver Proofs n FDC to FDC a some with a hint of toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £250) 358) Five Pounds 1984U Gold BU still sealed in the Royal Mint pack of issue on the original black card (£1,000 - £1,500) 359) Five Pounds 1984U S.4202 BU still sealed in the Royal Mint pack of issue (£1,000 - £1,500) 360) Five Pounds 1985U Gold BU in the Royal Mint’s wooden presentation box with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 361) Five Pounds 1997 Golden Wedding Anniversary Gold Proof FDC cased with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 362) Five Pounds 1998U Gold S.4253 BU in the green box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 363) Five Pounds 2000 Millennium (2) First Day of Issue and Made at the Dome both Unc in the presentation packs as issued (£25 - £35) 364) Five Pounds 2017 Centenary of House of Windsor Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate no 84 of an 884 mintage limit (£1,700 - £2,000) 365) Five Pounds Crown 2000 Gold Proof Queen Mother Centenary Year Crown FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

366) Five Pounds Silver Proof 2000 Millennium (2), 2000 QM Centenary (2) one a Piedfort, 2001 Victorian, 2002 Golden Jubilee, 2002 2 coin set with 1977 and 2002 Crowns, Two Pounds Silver Proof Piedforts (3) 1997, 1998, 2001 Marconi, Two Pounds Silver Proofs (4) 1994 B of E, 1995 Dove and 1995 UN, 1999 Rugby, One Pounds Silver Proof Piedfort 1999, 2000, 2001 Silver Proof 1985, 1994, 1995, Fifty Pence 1992-93 EEC, 1994 D-Day, 2000 Libraries, Proof Sets 1995 Blue, 1997 Deluxe, 2001 Deluxe these generally FDC (a few with toning) cased with certificates. Mint Set+D172 1994, LSD Memento Pack and 1951 -2001 Festival of Britain 50th Anniversary Set these Unc (£300 £550) 367) Five Pounds Silver Proofs (5) 2015 The Royal Birth, 2015 2nd Birthday of HRH Prince George of Cambridge, 2015 Waterloo 200th Anniversary, 2015 Church of St. Mary Magdalene Sandringham, 2016 QE II 90th Birthday, all FDC cased as issued with certificates (£225 - £275) 368) GB and World Proof and Mint sets (12) and singles (17) includes silver items and USA and Canadian material, many UNC or FDC and boxed (£200 - £250) 369) GB/Canada a 2-coin set Marconi comprising GB Two Pounds 2001 Silver Proof, the Obverse with Reverse frosting, Brilliant portrait on a matt inner field, Canada Five Dollars 2001 Silver Proof with gold-plated oval portrait, both FDC in the oval case of issue with certificate, this style of Marconi GB finish only available in this set (£40 - £60) 370) Half Sovereign 1991 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £175) 371) Half Sovereign 1992 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £175) 372) Half Sovereign 1997 Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£100 - £175) 373) Half Sovereigns (2) 1982 Proof, 1988 Proof both FDC in the cases of issue with certificates (£200 - £350) 374) Half Sovereigns 1980 (2) both FDC in the cases of issue with certificates (£200 - £350) 375) Maundy Set George V mixed dates Fourpence 1931, Threepence 1931, Twopence 1931 and Penny 1930 EF to A/UNC in a London Mint box with certificate, along with Sixpences 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn (2) EF and gilded EF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£70 - £100) 376) Millionaires Collection Gold Edition (3) modern gold reproductions of iconic issues, Coenwulf Gold Penny, Double Leopard Edward III, Oxford Crown Charles I, this Rhodium plated, Prooflike UNC (£300 - £400) 377) Numismatic First Day Covers The Queens Golden Jubilee (2) Sovereign 2002 UNC on cover with stamps, Half Sovereign 2002 and Golden Jubilee Medal UNC on cover with stamps, along with History of the British Army First Day Covers and Medallic Covers (17) UNC in the Westminster album of issue (£350 - £500) 378) One Hundred Pounds 2016 Shengxiao Collection - Lunar Year of the Monkey One Ounce S.5182 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Certificate number 12 of 888 issued (£1,300 - £1,800) 379) One Hundred Pounds 2010 Faster - Neptune reverse, London 2012 Commemorative, Gold One Ounce Proof FDC in the impressive box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,500)

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4-coin set 1994-1997, One Pound Silver Proofs (6) 1991, 1992, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, One Pound Silver Proofs a 4-coin set 1994-1997, One Pound Silver Proofs a 4-coin set 1987-1990 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£240 - £280) 391) One Pounds Silver Proofs (2) 2015 Heraldic Celebration and 2016 The Last Round Pound both FDC cased as issued with certificates (£50 - £75) 392) Part Proof Set 1902 (10 coins) Half Sovereign, Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set UNC to nFDC nicely matched, in a long set case (£900 - £1,100)

380) One Hundred Pounds 2015 Shengxiao Collection - Lunar Year of the Sheep One Ounce S.5181 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate. Certificate number 005 of 888 issued (£1,300 - £1,600) 381) One Hundred Pounds Gold One Ounce 2011 Jupiter - Higher S.4916 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,400) 382) One Pound 2008 the 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Collection a 14-coin set each with a different previously issued reverse design now with gold highlighting, FDC in the black case of issue with certificate (£150 - £200)

393) Portraits of Queen Victoria, Half Sovereigns a 3-coin set comprising Half Sovereigns (3) 1883 NVF, 1892 No JEB NVF, 1900 Good Fine, in a locking presentation box with key (£300 - £400) 394) Proof Set 1902 Long Matt Set 13 coins Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence, Maundy Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence, the Penny a standard issue (this UNC with some tone spots) other coins nFDC-FDC, the Two Pounds with some minor nicks, the silver nicely matched, the Halfcrown with a very small tone spot on the rim, in the red octagonal dated case, this in excellent condition (£4,000 - £5,000)

383) One Pound 2015 Royal Arms S.J36 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 384) One Pound 2016 The Last Round Pound S.J38 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue, only 500 minted, originally cost £1250 from the Royal Mint (£500 - £1,500) 385) One Pound 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Collection a 14-coin set 2008 all different designs and dated 2008 the reverses with fine gold highlighting, FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 386) One Pound a 4-coin set 1999-2002 Silver Proofs with special frosted finish, each with the portrait and design brilliant on matt fields, FDC in the green box of issue with certificates (£60 - £80) 387) One Pound Pattern Collections Four-coin sets (2) 2003 depicting Bridges and 2004 depicting Heraldic Beasts both sets cased FDC as issued with certificates (£80 - £120) 388) One Pound Patterns a 4-coin set 2003 in silver depicting bridges FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Proof Set 2010 FDC in the box of issue (£100 - £120) 389) One Pound Silver Britannias a 6-coin set 2007 20th Anniversary of the introduction of the Britannia, the reverses with a satin finish, Silver Proofs FDC in the black box of issue with certificate, One Pound Patterns 4-coin sets (2) 2003 Bridges and 2004 Heraldic Beasts, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, One Pound a 3-coin set 2013 comprising the three different Royal Arms reverse designs previously used in 1983, 1988 and 2008, Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate, One Pound 2002 Silver Proof Piedfort FDC in the box of issue with certificate, One Pound Silver Proofs (5) 2003 (this in the 5-coin box), 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 FDC in the boxes of issue all with certificates (£150 - £200) 390) One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (7) 1993, 1998, 1999, 2000 (2), 2001, 2002, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts a

395) Proof Set 1911 the 8-coin silver set Halfcrown - Maundy Penny nFDC to FDC with matching tone, in the red box of issue, an attractive set (£850 - £950) 396) Proof Set 1911 the 8-coin silver set Halfcrown - Maundy Penny UNC to nFDC with matching tone, the Shilling with some hairlines scratches below the bust (£800 - £1,000) 397) Proof Set 1927 (6 coins) Crown to Silver Threepence nFDC nicely matched, in the hard red box of issue (£350 - £500) 398) Proof set 1937 (part) (10 coins) comprising Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shillings (2), Maundy Fourpence, Twopence and Penny, Silver Threepence and Farthing, the Maundy Penny with a scratch on the obverse, UNC to nFDC in the box of issue, this in good condition (£90 - £150) 399) Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy nFDC Farthing and Brass Threepence with some toning, the box with a tear on the lid (£200 - £300) 400) Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy nFDC silver lustrous with slight toning, the bronze and brass lustrous, the case in fair condition (£200 - £250)

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401) Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy UNC to nFDC, retaining much mint brilliance, the Maundy Threepence with a spot in the reverse field, the Penny with some scratches, the box in good condition (£150 - £300)

408) Proof Set 1996 the 7-coin silver set One Pound to One Penny in the maroon velvet box cased FDC with certificates, Proof Set 2005 Executive set FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£70 - £90)

402) Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy UNC with some small spots, bronze and brass with subdued lustre, case in good condition (£200 - £250)

409) Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy aFDC just a hint of gold toning, in the velvet box with certificates of issue (£125 - £175)

403) Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy, the Sixpence a currency issue nFDC silver lustrous with slight toning, the bronze and brass toned, the case in good condition (£180 - £220)

410) Proof Set 2006 Executive Set (13 coins), Britannia Silver Proof Set 2007 (4 coins), Two Pounds 2003 DNA Silver Proof, One Pound Patterns 2004 a 4-coin set Heraldic Beasts Silver Proofs, One Pound a 5-coin set 2003-2007 Silver Proofs, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (2) 2006, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 2000, 2001, 2002, Medal 2005 The Marriage of HRH The Prince of Wales and Mrs. Camilla Parker Bowles Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£250 - £350)

404) Proof Set 1937 a 16 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy and an additional Maundy Twopence UNC to nFDC bronze and brass toned, the Brass Threepence and Penny with some spots, case in fair condition, comes with Westminster Certificate (£200 - £300) 405) Proof Set 1953 nFDC in a London Mint box, Last £sd and First Decimal Proof Sets 1970 and 1971 nFDC in a London Mint box with certificates, The Silver Commemorative Collection a 25-coin set includes Crowns (4) 1891 Fine, 1900 LXIII Fine, 1935 EF and 1937 GEF, with a group of Decimal Silver Proofs Five Pound Crowns, Two Pounds, One Pound, Fifty Pence and 25p Crowns 1972-2006 nFDC to FDC in a London Mint box with certificates, The Coins of Britannia’s Last Century an 11-coin set Decimal and predecimal issues layered with gold and platinum-palladium, in mixed grades, in the London Mint box of issue with certificate, The Coins of Britannia’s Last Century an 11-coin set Decimal and pre-decimal issues Edward VII to Elizabeth II in mixed grades, in the London Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £500) 406) Proof Set 1996 a 7-coin set 25 Years of Decimal Currency One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny in silver, FDC in the flat pack case with no outer box, Five Pound Crowns (4) 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Silver Proof, 2000 Millennium Silver Proof with the gold highlighted map of the country, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, FDC, Two Pound Silver Britannias (4) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002 UNC, Two Pounds (2) 2002 Commonwealth Games Northern Ireland Silver Proof, 2003 DNA Silver Proof, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 1997 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (2) 1998, 1999, One Pound Silver Proofs (5) 1986, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002 , nFDC to FDC, Crown 1972 Silver Proof FDC many in capsules, most with certificates, and in a Westminster box, also The George V Silver Circulation collection a 10coin set Halfcrown to Threepence containing an example of each piece in both first and second coinages, in mixed grades in a Royal Mint box, George VI Silver Set Halfcrown to Threepence 1941-1944 (5 coins) the reverse with gold highlighting, in mixed grades, Mint Set 2008 a Westminster ‘Money of the World’ Set One Pound to One Penny UNC, USA Mint Set One Dollar to One Cent (6 coins) mixed dated 1997-2007 UNC in a Westminster ‘Money of the World’ plastic sleeve, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 2006 Victoria Cross - The Award and the Heroic Acts UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£275 - £325) 407) Proof Set 1996 Silver Set 25th Anniversary of Decimal Currency (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver nFDC with some toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£60 - £70)

411) Proof Set 2006 The Queens 80th Birthday Collection the 13 coin set with the Maundy Money all struck in silver nFDC some coins with a hint of toning, cased as issued with certificate (£125 - £175) 412) Proof Set 2008 double set Emblems of Britain Silver Proof Collection FDC, and 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Collection FDC both sets in the large black case of issue with certificates (£90 - £120) 413) Proof Set 2008 double sets (2) Emblems of Britain Silver Proof Collection FDC, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Collection FDC both double sets in the black cases of issue with certificates (£130 - £160) 414) Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms in Platinum One Pound to One Penny (7 coins) along with Proof Set 2008 Emblems of Britain in Platinum One Pound to One Penny (7 coins), this set previously listed on the Royal Mint website as the ‘Completer Set’, housed along side each other in the Royal Mint Box, a spectacular and eye-catching set, Total weight 6.42 oz. of platinum, with the original promotional leaflet showing the Emblems of Britain set sale price of £4995, FDC in the box of issue with certificates and booklets (£5,500 £6,500)

415) Proof Set 2008 Shields Silver Proof issue FDC (£50 - £60) 416) Proof Set 2009 12 coins all struck in Silver Five Pounds Henry VIII, Two Pounds (3) Darwin, Robert Burns and standard issues, Fifty Pence Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary, plus the Royal Shield of Arms One Pound to One Penny these also in silver nFDC-FDC in the black box of issue with certificate (£125 - £175)

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417) Proof Set 2009 12 coins all struck in Silver Five Pounds Henry VIII, Two Pounds (3) Darwin, Robert Burns and standard issues, Fifty Pence Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary, plus the ‘Shield of Arms’ set in Silver One Pound to One Penny FDC in the black box of issue with certificate (Number 008 of 7500 issued) (£125 - £175) 418) Proof Set 2009 12 coins Five Pounds Henry VIII, Two Pounds (3) Darwin, Robert Burns and standard issues, Fifty Pence Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary, plus the Royal Shield of Arms set One Pound to One Penny nFDC-FDC in the black box of issue with certificate (£125 - £175) 419) Proof Set 2015 Commemorative set a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crowns (2) 2015 Churchill, 2015 Battle of Waterloo, Two Pounds (2) Magna Carta 800th Anniversary, First World War, Fifty Pence 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Icons of a Nation One Pound a 4-coin set 2013/2014 England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales issues Silver Proofs FDC in the 4-coin box of issue with certificates, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 1988, 1990, 1991, FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Countdown to the London Olympics - Five Pound Crowns a 3-coin set 2009, 2010 and 2011 Cupro-Nickel issues, BU in the Royal Mint box of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets (3) 2011 a 13-coin set comprising Two Pounds to One Penny plus Two Pounds (2) King James Bible and Mary Rose, One Pound (2) Cardiff and Edinburgh, and Fifty Pence WWF, 2012 Two Pounds to One Penny, 2013 Two Pounds to One Penny, UNC in the wallets of issue, Five Pound Crowns (2) 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding, 2008 Prince of Wales 60th Birthday, Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, One Pound a 2-coin set 2010 London and Belfast UNC in the wallets of issue, plus a group of GB (20) and World (37) 19th and 20th Century a few in silver in mixed grades a few UNC (£125 - £200) 420) Proof Sets (13) Red Leather Deluxe (11) 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996 (2), 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, Blue Set 1992, Deluxe Set 2000 FDC in the cases of issue (£180 £270) 421) Proof Sets (15) Flat Packs (10) 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1982, Blue Sets (3) 1983, 1998, 1999, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Five Pound Crown 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof FDC boxed as issued with certificate, Five Pound Crown 2012 Big Ben Cupro-Nickel Proof FDC with certificate, Royal Mint Year Set 1982 UNC in the wallet of issue, Five Pound Crowns 2000 Queen Mother Centenary, 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession (4) still sealed, 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy (3), 2011 Prince Philip 90th Birthday, 2011 Countdown to London Olympics, 2012 London Olympics, 2012 Diamond Jubilee, 2014 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne (2) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Five Pound Crowns 2005 a 2-coin set Nelson and Trafalgar UNC in the wallet of issue, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968-71 UNC in the blue folder of issue, Year Set 1967 (6 coins) Halfcrown to Halfpenny UNC in a slide case, ‘The Royal Sterling Collection’ a 6-coin set Shilling to Farthing mixed dates and grades, cleaned, boxed (£150 - £200) 422) Proof Sets (15) Flat Packs (6) 1970 (2), 1971 (2), 1982 (2), Blue Sets (7) 1983 (2), 1984, 1985, 1989, 1994, 1995, Red Leather Deluxe (2) 1989, 1997, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets (6) 1983 (2), 1986 (2), 1989 (2), UNC in the wallets of issue, Two Pounds (4) 1989 Bill of Rights, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, 1997 (2) UNC on the cards of issue, Two Pounds 2-coin sets 1989 (2) Bill and Claim of Rights UNC in the wallet of issue, Fifty Pence 1994 (2) D-Day Landings UNC in the wallets of issue, along with Pre-decimal issues in a cigar box mostly base metal with a small group of Silver

Threepences (18) with some higher grade lustrous George V issues, Pre-1947 silver £2.05 face, Whitman folders (2) Sixpences 1937-1967 almost complete, in mixed grades, Shillings 1953-1966 complete, in mixed grades, Brass Threepences 1937-1952 in a slide case complete, in mixed grades, Coins of Ancient Britain a set of Replica items (8) in the wallet of issue, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968-1971 UNC in the blue wallet of issue, Penny 1967 coloured issue by the London Mint Office (£175 - £300) 423) Proof Sets (18) Standard Sets (12) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, FDC in the cases of issue with certificates, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, FDC in the hard black box with certificate, 2012 FDC in the Bookform case with certificate, Proof Sets Collector’s Editions (2) 2013, 2015 FDC inn the bookform cases of issue with certificates, Proof Sets Commemorative Sets (2) 2014, 2015 FDC in the cases of issue with certificates (£225 - £275) 424) Proof Sets (2) 1951 nFDC the bronze with some toning, in the green box of issue, 1953 UNC to nFDC in the maroon box of issue (£75 - £100) 425) Proof Sets (21) Red Leather Deluxe 1985/87/88/90/91/93/ 95/96/97/98/99/2001/02/03/04/05/07, Blue Standard 1983, 2000 in grey display case, 2008 in black case and St Helena Proof Set 1984 general FDC and cased as issued (£200 £275) 426) Proof Sets (23) Flat Packs (13) 1970, 1971 (2), 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, Blue Sets (6) 1983, 1986, 1989 (2), 1996,1997, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (4) 1986, 1990, 1997, 1999 nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, along with Banknotes (2) Norway 1 Krone 1944 and Germany 10 Reichsmark n1929 both VG (£180 - £220) 427) Proof Sets (3) 1950 nFDC, 1951 nFDC with ribbon toning, 1953 nFDC all boxed (£180 - £220) 428) Proof Sets (31) Flat Packs (23) 1970 (3), 1971 (9), 1977 (2), 1978 (3), 1980 (2), 1981 (4), Blue sets (8) 1983 (3), 1984 (2), 1987 (2), 1988 nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue some of the earlier sets with toning, One Pound 1983 Silver Proof, One Pound 1988 Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence 1973 EEC Cupro-Nickel Proof (15), Royal Mint Year Sets (8) 1983 (3), 1984 (2), 1987 (2), 1988 UNC in the wallets of issue (£175 - £225) 429) Proof Sets (37) Flat Packs (13) 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, Blue Sets (2) 1983, 1984, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (18) 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, Executive Sets (4) 2000, 2004, 2005, 2006 nFDC to FDC some of the earlier sets with toning (£350 - £550) 430) Proof Sets (6) 2001/02/03 one of each of both types flat and pop up, FDC with certificates (£120 - £150) 431) Proof Sets (7) 1996 Silver Set (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver, Blue Sets (6) 1994 (3), 1995 (3), Royal Mint Year Sets (3) 1994, 2002, 2003, One Pound Silver Proof 1994, One Pound Silver Proof Piedfort 1998, Fifty Pences 1994 D-Day Landings (3) Silver Proofs, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove (3), Fifty Pences 1994 D-Day Landings (2) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Last £sd sets (2) one in a slide case, the other in a 1998 year set wallet, EF to UNC, Australia 5 Dollars 2002 Queen Mother Memorial Silver Proof, Jamaica Year Set 2000, UNC in the wallet of issue, St. Helena and Ascension Island Fifty Pences a 2-coin set 1984 Prince Andrew Royal Visit UNC in the wallet of issue, Canada Dollar 1964 Charlottetown UNC in

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a paperweight, World Crown-sized (19) some in silver Proof UNC to FDC, Great Britain Pre-Decimal Currency Coin and Banknote Display set in a glass photo frame One Pound Fforde, Ten Shillings Fforde, Halfcrown to Farthings 19421967 in mixed grades, along with Photo album containing two postcards of the Queen Mother with Westminster certificates (£200 - £300) 432) Proof Sets 1996 Silver 25th Anniversary of Decimal Coinage (2) FDC and nFDC with some light tone, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£60 - £80) 433) Proof Sets Flat Packs (13) 1970, 1971 (3), 1973, 1974, 1977 (2), 1978 (4), one without the envelope, 1980, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets (11) 1983 (2), 1984, 1985, 1987, 2000, 2004, 2005 (3), 2006, UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Last £sd set 8 coins Halfcrown to Halfpenny 1966-1967 UNC in the Royal Mint wallet, Cyprus Proof Set 1983, Hong Kong Proof Set 1988 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£100 - £150) 434) Proof Sets Flat Packs (16) 1970 (2), 1971 (2) , 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 (2), NFDC-FDC a few sets with toning (£80 - £100) 435) Proof Sets, Executive Sets (2) 2008 and 2010 FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£50 - £70) 436) Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 80th Birthday 7-coin Silver Crown set 1980 comprising issues from Tuvalu, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Falkland Islands, Tristan da Cunha, GB and St. Helena nFDC cased in the blue box of issue with certificate, Alderney/East Caribbean States 2007 a 4-coin set comprising East Caribbean States Ten Dollars (2) and Alderney Five Pounds (2) two different designs for each country Hexagonal Silver Proofs in the box of issue, three with certificates (£110 - £140) 437) Queen Victoria Jubilee Portrait Silver Coin Set a 7-coin set comprising Crown 1891, Double Florin 1889, Halfcrown 1891, Florin 1887, Shilling 1889 Large Head, Sixpence 1891 and Threepence 1891 VG to Fine in a London Mint Office box with certificate, King Edward VIII New Strike Fantasy Pattern Set a 6-coin set 1936 Crown to Threepence in silver nFDC in the London Mint Office box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100)

446) Sovereign 1980 Proof nFDC in the green case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 447) Sovereign 1981 Proof FDC in the brown case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 448) Sovereign 1981 Proof FDC in the brown case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 449) Sovereign 1982 Proof FDC in the black case of issue with certificate, along with the Royal Mint promotional leaflet (£200 - £300) 450) Sovereign 1988 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 451) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proof S.4272 FDC in the box of issue, no certificate (£600 - £900) 452) Sovereign 2014 BU in a Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 453) Sovereign 2014 BU in a Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 454) Sovereign 2014 BU in a Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 455) Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait as S.SC11 the B.P. missing both stops, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, originally cost £600 from the Royal Mint (£250 - £350) 456) Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait as S.SC11 the B.P. missing both stops, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, originally cost £600 from the Royal Mint (£250 - £350) 457) Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait S.SC11 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, originally cost £600 from the Royal Mint (£250 - £350) 458) Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait S.SC11 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, originally cost £600 from the Royal Mint (£250 - £350)

438) Royal Mint Trials Two Pounds 1994 bimetallic (2) , showing the four stages of the manufacture of the coin UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£80 - £100)

459) Sovereign Elizabeth II Portrait Collection a 4-coin set comprising 1963 A/UNC, 1981 UNC, 1988 Proof FDC, 2014 BU in a Jubilee Mint box with certificate (£800 - £1,100)

439) Silver Proofs (4) Two Pounds 2015 Magna Carta and 2016 Fire of London, Fifty Pence 2015 Battle of Britain and 2016 Team GB all FDC and cased as issued with certificates (£100 - £125)

460) Sovereigns (2) 2013 BU in a Danbury Mint presentation box with certificate, 2014 BU in a ‘Coin Investment Portfolio’ slide case (£400 - £500)

440) South Africa Krugerrand 1967 EF in a Coin Portfolio Management box with certificate (£900 - £1,500) 441) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 145 Fine/Good Fine, with a London Mint Office Certificate (£200 - £300) 442) Sovereign 1910 Marsh 182 VF in a presentation box (£200 - £300) 443) Sovereign 1919C Marsh 227 NEF in a London Mint Office box with certificate, the lid detached (£200 - £300)

461) Sovereigns (3) 1903 Marsh 175 VF, 1905 Marsh 177 VF 1911 Marsh 213 VF all in Jubilee Mint presentation boxes with certificates (£600 - £800) 462) Sovereigns (7) 1906S VF, 1909M About VF, 1910 NVF, 1911C NEF, 1911P GVF, 1918I GVF/NEF, 1931SA NEF housed in a perspex case (£1,400 - £1,900) 463) Ten Pounds 2014 Shengxiao Collection - Lunar Year of the Horse 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 - £300)

444) Sovereign 1979 FDC in the blue box of issue (£200 - £300)

464) Ten Pounds 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the black box of issue with certificate (£250 - £300)

445) Sovereign 1980 Proof FDC in the green case of issue with certificate, Half Sovereign 1980 Proof FDC in the Red box of issue with certificate (£300 - £450)

465) Ten Pounds 2016 William Shakespeare 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£220 £260)

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466) The 1983 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set, the three coin set Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£700 - £1,000) 467) The 1987 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£700 - £950) 468) The 1989 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set 500th Anniversary of the Gold Sovereign, the three coin set Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign nFDC, the Half Sovereign with a small tone spot in the obverse field, in the box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 469) The 2002 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£750 - £1,000) 470) The 2003 Silver Proof Piedfort 3-coin collection comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA, One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence WSPU FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Two Pounds (8) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof Piedfort, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 50th Anniversary of the UN Silver Proof Piedfort, 1996 Football Euro 96 Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998 Silver Proof, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof, 2001 Marconi Silver Proof, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1997 and 1998 Silver Proof Piedforts, Fifty Pences (4) 1997 Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998 EEC 25th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1998 EEC 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries Silver Proof, Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Gibraltar Crowns 1967 Silver Proofs (2) nFDC in the white boxes of issue (£175 - £225) 471) The 2005 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 4-coin set comprising Two Pounds (2) 2005 Gunpowder Plot, 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II, One Pound 2005 Menai Straits Suspension Bridge, Fifty Pence 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary FDC cased as issued with certificate: The 2006 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday, Two Pounds 2006 (2) Brunel ‘The Man’ and Brunel ‘His Achievements’, One Pound 2006 Egyptian Arch, Fifty Pences 2006 (2) Victoria Cross ‘The Award’ and Victoria Cross ‘The Heroic Acts’ FDC cased as issued with certificates: The 2007 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding, Two Pounds 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, Two Pounds 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Fifty Pence 2007 Centenary of the Scout Movement FDC cased as issued with certificate: The 2008 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 4-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2008 Elizabeth I 450th Anniversary of Accession, Five Pound Crown 2008 Prince Charles 60th Birthday, Two Pounds 2008 100th Anniversary of the 4th Olympiad, One Pound 2008 Royal Arms Shield nFDC-FDC in the black case of issue with certificate: The 2011 Silver Proof Piedfort Set a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2011 Prince Philip 90th Birthday, Two Pounds 2011 King James Bible, Two Pounds 2011 500th Anniversary of the Launch of the Mary Rose, One Pound 2011 Cardiff, One Pound 2011 Edinburgh, Fifty Pence 2011 WWF Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC-FDC lightly toning in the black case of issue with certificate: The United Kingdom Family Silver Collection 2008 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2008 Prince of Wales 60th Birthday, Five Pound Crown 2008 Elizabeth I 450th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds 2008 Centenary of London Olympics, Two Pounds Britannia and One Pound 2008 Royal Standard Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£450 - £550)

472) The 2007 Family Silver Collection a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Jubilee, Britannia Two Pounds 2007, Two Pounds 2007 (2) 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Fifty Pence 2007 100 Years of Scouting Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£80 - £100) 473) The 2007 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding, Two Pounds 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, Two Pounds 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Fifty Pence 2007 Centenary of the Scout Movement FDC cased as issued with certificate (£120 - £140) 474) The 2009 Silver Proof Piedfort Silver coin collection a 4-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII, Two Pounds 2009 Robert Burns, Two Pounds 2009 Darwin, and Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts nFDCFDC in the black box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100) 475) The 2013 Silver Proof Piedfort set PSS51 a 7-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary, Two Pounds 2013 (3) 200th Anniversary of the last Gold Guinea, London Underground Roundel, London Underground train, One Pound 2013 (2) Floral Emblem of England, Floral Emblem of Wales, 2013 Fifty Pence Royal Arms, Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the Royal Mint black box of issue with certificate and booklet (£100 - £150) 476) The 2016 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set an 8-coin set Spink PGC18 comprising Five Pound Crown 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday, Two Pounds (5) 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London, 2016 World War I, William Shakespeare 2016 Comedy - All the World’s a Stage, William Shakespeare 2016 Tragedy - What a Piece of Work is a Man, William Shakespeare 2016 History - The Hollow Crown, One Pound 2016 The last Round Pound, Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings all in gold an impressive set FDC in the wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet , number 29 of just 150 sets issued (£6,000 - £7,500) 477) The Gold Proof Britannia Portrait Collection 2006 a 5-coin Set comprising Gold £25 Quarter Britannias 2006 (5) each with a different reverse design, four of these designs only available as part of this set, S.PGB28, FDC cased as issued with certificate, number 233 of only 250 sets produced (£1,400 - £1,800) 478) The Gold Proof Pattern Collection an impressive eight coin One Pounds Gold Proof Collection containing the four beasts and the four bridges issues in an eight coin blue velvet presentation box FDC with certificates (£3,500 - £4,500)

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479) The HRH Prince George of Cambridge First Birthday Dual Postmarked Sovereign Presentation Cover Sovereign 2014 BU on cover with two stamps and Royal Christening Postmark as well as London SW1 postmark, UNC on the cover of issue in the Jubilee Mint presentation folder with certificate (£200 - £300) 480) The Millionaires Collection a 14-coin set in silver and gold plated silver, replicas of iconic coins of the past, Prooflike UNC in the London Mint box of issue with certificates, The coins of Britannia’s last Century an 11-coin set all but one base metal in mixed grades, in a London Mint Office box with certificate, Crowns a 6-coin set comprising 1935 NEF, 1937 EF, 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof FDC, 1980 Queen Mother 80th Birthday Silver Proof FDC, 1981 Royal Wedding Silver Proof FDC, and 1977 EF partly gilded, in the London Mint Office box with certificate, London Mint Office the Emblems series comprising a set of George VI Halfcrown to Farthing, Elizabeth II Halfcrown to Farthing and Elizabeth II Decimals One Pound to Halfpenny all gilded with coloured reverses, in mixed grades in the box of issue, Tristan da Cunha ‘Help For Heroes’ One Crown 2010 a 12-coin set in gold plated base metal UNC in the London Mint Office box of issue with certificates, Queen Elizabeth II Coronation 60th Anniversary 2013 a 16-coin set Crown-sixed Gold Plated Copper and Gold Plated Steel issues from Jersey, Guernsey, Tristan da Cunha and Cook Islands, Prooflike UNC each piece with a different Royal photograph on the reverse UNC in the Westminster box of issue with certificates (£175 - £225) 481) The Millionaires Collection a 15 coin set in .925 silver modern replicas of a number of iconic coins, such as Coenwulf Gold Penny, Henry III Gold Penny, Edward III Gold Florin, Henry VII Sovereign, Henry VIII Testoon, Philip and Mary Shilling, Charles I Triple Unite, Commonwealth Halfcrown, Elizabeth I Portcullis money Four Testern, Queen Anne Five Guineas, Henry VIII George Noble, Edward VI Crown, Carlisle Siege piece Three Shillings, Cromwell Sixpence and more, by the London Mint Office, including 14 with certificates (£125 - £250) 482) The Millionaires Collection a 36-coin set of modern replicas of a variety of rare coins of Britain, all in silver or gold-plated nFDC-FDC in the case of issue, all with the booklet-style certificates (£240 - £280) 483) The Museum Collection a 23-coin set of modern replica of iconic British coins, 20 are gold-plated .925 silver, the others .925 silver, UNC in a Westminster box, all but one with certificates, along with a base metal copy of a Henry VIII Crown of the Double Rose (£150 - £200) 484) The Queen Elizabeth II Gold Britannia Commemorative Cover a Numismatic First Day Cover with Gold One Ounce Britannia 2014 BU on First day cover with First Class stamp in Jubilee Mint presentation folder, only 20 sets produced (£1,000 - £1,300) 485) The Queen Elizabeth II Gold Sovereign presentation cover comprising Sovereign 2014 BU on First Day Cover with Royal Photo and First Class stamp UNC in the Jubilee Mint presentation folder with certificate (£200 - £300) 486) The Queen Elizabeth II Gold Sovereign presentation cover comprising Sovereign 2014 BU on First Day Cover with Royal Photo and First Class stamp UNC in the Jubilee Mint presentation folder with certificate (£200 - £300) 487) The Silver Commemorative Proof Set 2010-2011 a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 (Alderney) The Royal Engagement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, Two Pounds 2011 King James Bible, Two Pounds 2011 Mary Rose, One Pound 2011 Cardiff and One

Pound 2011 Edinburgh all Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£90 - £130) 488) The United Kingdom Gold One Pound Pattern Collection 2003 a 4 coin set in Gold FDC depicting the Forth Railway bridge, Menai Straits bridge, Egyptian Arch bridge and Gateshead Millennium bridge respectively FDC cased as issued with booklet and certificate number 003 of 3000 issued (£1,600 - £2,400) 489) The Victorian Centenary Collection 1901-2001 comprising Five Pound Crown 2001 Silver Proof FDC, Sovereign 2001 Lustrous UNC and Sovereign 1901P GF/NVF all housed in a Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£420 - £500) 490) The World War I Sovereign Centenary collection a 2-coin set comprising Sovereign 1914 GVF and Sovereign 2014 Lustrous UNC in a presentation box with certificate (£420 - £500) 491) Twenty Five Pounds Gold Quarter Ounce 2010 London Olympics a 2-coin set Spink OGS2 comprising Mercury 2010 Faster and Diana 2010 Faster Gold Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£600 - £800) 492) Two Pounds (17) One Pounds (11) Fifty Pence (6) four of the One Pounds in first day covers all the rest in Royal Mint presentation packs BU as issued a wide variety of dates (£100 - £130) 493) Two Pounds (2) 2016 William Shakespeare Comedies Spink K38 Gold Proof, 2016 William Shakespeare Tragedies Spink K40 Gold Proof both FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue and with matching certificate numbers 10 of 300 issued (£1,300 - £1,500) 494) Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games Gold Proof FDC in the green box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600) 495) Two Pounds 1989 a 2-coin set Bill and Claim of Rights Silver Proof Piedforts, Two Pounds 1989 a 2-coin set Bill and Claim of Rights Silver Proofs, One Pound a 4-coin set 1984-1987 Silver Proof Piedforts (2 certificates), One Pound a 4-coin set 1984-1987 Silver Proofs, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 1983 (2), 1988, One Pound 1988 Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence 1998 EEC Silver Proof Piedfort, Crowns (7) 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proofs (2), 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proofs (3), 1980 Queen Mother 80th Birthday Silver Proof, 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Silver Proof, Twenty Pence 1982 Silver Proof Piedforts (2), Ten Pence 1992 a 2-coin set Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Ten Pence 1992 and Five Pence 1990 a 2-coin set Silver Proof Piedforts, Five Pence 1990 2-coin sets (2) both Large and Small sizes Silver Proof Piedforts, Five Pence 1990 Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, also Royal Mint Silver Medal 1986 1100 Years of Minting 148.4 grammes of silver UNC boxed with certificate, along with an additional empty box for a One Pound coin (£300 - £400) 496) Two Pounds 1994 Bank of England Tercentenary S.4314 Gold Proof the rare mule with the obverse from S.4251 without ‘Two Pounds’ below the bust FDC in the box of issue with certificate (number 0065), accompanied by the Royal Mint letter advising return of the coin, and a printed page from the internet showing a similar item for sale at £2799.95 from the London Coin Company (£1,000 - £1,500) 497) Two Pounds 1997 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600) 498) Two Pounds 2002 a 4-coin set Commonwealth Games Silver Proof Piedforts the reverses with coloured flags and streamers, FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£160 £200)

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499) Two Pounds 2002 a 4-coin set Commonwealth Games Silver Proofs FDC in the blue box of issue with certificate (£80 - £100) 500) Two Pounds 2003 DNA Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600) 501) Two Pounds 2005 Gunpowder Plot 400th Anniversary Gold Proof nFDC the obverse with minor contact marks, in the green box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600) 502) Two Pounds 2015 100th Anniversary of the First World War - Royal Navy, Spink K35 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £750) 503) Two Pounds 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London Spink K42 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £800)

Fifth Portrait FDC in the case of issue with certificate and booklet stating a mintage of only 500 sets, the last five-coin sets with the Rank-Broadly portrait, all apparently sold out by the Royal Mint within 7 days of issue (£2,400 - £2,800) 512) United Kingdom 2017 Gold Proof Set a five-coin set comprising Five Pounds (2) 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor (mintage 884), 2017 1000th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Canute (mintage 284), Two Pounds (2) 2017 Aviation of the First World War (mintage 634), 200th Anniversary of the Death of Jane Austen (mintage 884), Fifty Pence 2017 300th Anniversary of Isaac Newton’s Report on ‘The Valuation of the Guinea’ (mintage 634) an extremely eye-catching set, all FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 064 of only 100 sets assembled (£5,500 - £6,500)

504) Two Pounds 2016 Fire of London Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£600 - £800) 505) Two Pounds 2016 Shakespeare complete group of 3 Comedies, Histories and Tragedies, each individual cased FDC packaged as issued with certificates (each outer card box with a small inked red star) (£60 - £80) 506) Two Pounds 2016 William Shakespeare Comedies Spink K38 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750) 507) Two Pounds a 4-coin set 2002 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof Piedforts with the coloured flags and banners on the reverse nFDC in the wooden box of issue with certificate, The 2003 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA , One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence 2003 WSPU: The 2004 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive, One Pound 2004 Forth Rail Bridge, Fifty Pence 2004 4-minute mile 50th Anniversary, Australia, Canada and United Kingdom Accession Set 2002 comprising Australia Fifty Cents struck in .999 silver, Canada One Dollar in .925 silver and United Kingdom Five Pound Crown struck in .925 silver FDC and cased as issued with certificate (£150 - £200) 508) United Kingdom 2002 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,750 - £3,000)

509) United Kingdom 2009 Gold Proof Set a five-coin set Five Pounds to Quarter Sovereign FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£1,750 - £2,500) 510) United Kingdom 2014 Gold Proof Set the five-coin set Five Pounds to Quarter Sovereign, FDC in the case of issue with certificate and booklet stating a mintage of only 750 sets (£2,400 - £2,800)

513) Victoria 1887 Jubilee Head Silver Set (7 coins) Crown, Double Florin (Arabic 1), Halfcrown, Florin,. Shilling, Sixpence (Withdrawn type) and Threepence NVF to GEF in a red box with QUEEN VICTORIA on the lid (£200 - £400) 514) World War I - Reality in the Grip of Conflict, Five Pound Crowns a 6-coin set 2015 comprising 2015 Heroes and Famous Figures - Albert Ball VC, 2015 Social and Cultural Impact - Animals at War, 2015 Technology, Warfare and Machinery - Submarines, 2015 Heroes and Famous Figures - Edith Cavell, 2015 Armed Forces and Support Services - Merchant Navy, 2015 Conflicts and Battles - Gallipoli, all Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£200 - £250) 515) World War I 100th Anniversary 2014 - A Story in Coins, Five Pound Crowns a 6-coin set comprising 2014 Heroes and Famous Figures - Walter Tull, 2014 Conflicts and Battles - British Expeditionary Force, 2014 Armed Forces and Support Services - Royal Navy, 2014 Armed Forces and Support Services - Home Front, 2014 Technology, Weaponry and Machinery - Howitzer, 2014 Social and Cultural Impact - Propaganda FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£200 - £250) 516) World War I 100th Anniversary 2016 - A History in Coins, Five Pound Crowns a 6-coin set in Gold Spink PGC19 comprising 2016 Heroes and Famous Figures - Jack Cornwell VC, 2016 Armed Forces and Support Services - The Army, 2016 Social and Cultural Impact - Poetry and Language, 2016 Technology, Machinery and Weaponry The Dreadnought, 2016 Conflicts and Battles - The Somme, 2016 Conflicts and Battles - Jutland FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, an impressive and rare set, only 25 sets produced which is an extremely low mintage which perhaps can be put into context by comparison with the 1935 Gold Crown of which 25 were struck and these can realise £60,000 to £70,000 for just one coin. (£11,000 - £13,000)

511) United Kingdom 2015 Gold Proof Set the five-coin set Five Pounds to Quarter Sovereign, the first gold set with the new

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529) Bahamas 100 Dollars 1974 First Anniversary of Independence KM#71 Gold Proof nFDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£200 - £320) 530) Bahamas 100 Dollars 1974 First Anniversary of Independence KM#71 UNC on the card of issue (£200 £320) 531) Bahamas 100 Dollars 1976 Third Anniversary of Independence KM#77 Gold Proof FDC in the red box of issue with certificate, the scarcest year of this series with only 761 minted (£200 - £320) 532) Bahamas 1978 Fifth Anniversary of Independence a 2-coin set in gold comprising 100 Dollars 1978 Prince Charles KM#80 and 1978 Sir Milo B.Butler KM#81Gold Proofs FDC in the brown box of issue with certificate (£600 - £950) 533) Bahamas Fifty Dollars 1973 Independence Gold Proof KM#48 nFDC boxed (£220 - £300)

World Cased and Proof Items (lots 517- 730) 517) Alderney Fifty Pounds 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750) 518) Alderney Fifty Pounds 2004 60th Anniversary of D-Day, 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in capsule, no certificate (£650 - £750) 519) Alderney Fifty Pounds 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750)

534) Barbados 100 Dollars 1975 350th Anniversary - The English Ship Gold Proof KM#18 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£70 - £110) 535) Barbados 100 Dollars 1975 350th Anniversary of the first landing on the shores of the island, Gold BU KM#18 BU on the card of issue (£70 - £110) 536) Barbados 100 Dollars 1975 350th Anniversary of the first landing on the shores of the island, Gold Proof KM#18 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue (£70 - £110)

520) Alderney Five Pound Crown 2003 Concorde Gold Proof FDC boxed as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

537) Belize 100 Dollars 1976 Gold Proof KM#52 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£70 - £110)

521) Alderney Two Pounds 1999 Solar Eclipse Gold Proof impressive 47.5 gramms crown sized issue FDC in the box of issue with certificate, number 71 of just 100 minted (£1,500 - £2,250)

538) Belize 100 Dollars 1976 Gold Proof KM#52 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£70 - £110)

522) Australia 25 Dollars Gold Quarter Ounce Kangaroo 2014 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£220 - £300)

539) Belize 100 Dollars 1977 Gold Proof KM#53 FDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£70 - £110)

523) Australia 25 Dollars Sovereign 2016 Perth Mint Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, originally issued at £600 (£225 - £350)

540) Belize 100 Dollars 1978 Gold Proof KM#55 FDC on the card of issue (£70 - £110)

524) Australia Masterpieces in Silver 2000, Coins of the 20th Century a 5-coin set Two Dollars 2000 Victoria Veiled Head, Twenty Cents 2000 Edward VII, Twenty cents 2000 George V, Fifty Cents 2000 George VI, Twenty Cents 2000 Elizabeth II Silver Proofs FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£70 - £90) 525) Australia Sovereign 2015 (25 Dollars) Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £260) 526) Bahamas 10 Dollars 1974 Sir Milo B.Butler Silver Proofs (10), Bahamas 2 Dollars 1974 Flamingo Day (3) 1975 Flamingo Day (1), Liberia 5 Dollars (6) 1974 Silver Proofs (3), 1975 Silver Proofs (3), nFDC to FDC in the packaging of issue with certificates where issued (£150 - £200) 527) Bahamas 100 Dollars 1973 Second Anniversary of Independence KM#77 Gold Proof FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£200 - £320) 528) Bahamas 100 Dollars 1974 First Anniversary of Independence Gold Proof KM#71 nFDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£200 - £320)

541) Belize 100 Dollars 1979 Queen Angelfish Gold Proof KM#58 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£70 - £110) 542) Belize 250 Dollars 1978 Gold Proof KM#56 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate (£180 - £300) 543) Bermuda 100 Dollars 1975 Royal Visit Gold Proof KM#24 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate (£150 - £220) 544) Bermuda 100 Dollars 1975 Royal Visit KM#24 BU on the card of issue (£150 - £220) 545) Bermuda 100 Dollars 1975 Royal Visit KM#24 on a Numismatic First Day Cover with stamps Gold Proof FDC on the cover, in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage, Bermuda 25 Dollars 1975 Royal Visit KM#23a Silver Proof on a Numismatic First Day Cover with stamps FDC on the cover with stamps in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£150 - £220) 546) British Virgin Islands 100 Dollars 1975 Gold Proof KM#7 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage, Krause states that of the 13,000 mintage, 8754 were placed into First Day Covers (£150 - £220)

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547) British Virgin Islands 100 Dollars 1975 Gold Proof KM#7 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage, Krause states that of the 13,000 mintage, 8754 were placed into First Day Covers (£150 - £220) 548) British Virgin Islands 100 Dollars 1976 Queen Elizabeth II 50th Birthday Gold Proof KM#8 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£150 - £220) 549) British Virgin Islands 100 Dollars 1977 Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II Gold Proof KM#15 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£150 £220) 550) British Virgin Islands 100 Dollars 1979 Sir Francis Drake Gold Proof KM#25 FDC in the blue wallet of issue (£150 £220) 551) British Virgin Islands 25 Dollars 1984 Gold Proof KM#40 FDC in the blue wallet of issue, Krause states a mintage of just 97 pieces (£20 - £30) 552) Canada 100 Dollars 1976 Montreal Olympics Gold Proof KM#116 nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£360 £550) 553) Canada 100 Dollars 1980 Arctic Territories KM#129 Gold Proof nFDC with some toning, in the case of issue with certificate (£360 - £550) 554) Canada 200 Dollars 2014 Royal Generation One Ounce of 24 carat gold FDC in the box of issue with certificate, only 350 minted (£900 - £1,200) 555) Canada 250 Dollars 2012 Bull Moose 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the wooden box of issue with certificate, lists at $1800 in Krause (£750 - £850) 556) Canada 5 Dollars Maple Leaf 1989 Silver Proof, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Canada Dollars (5) 1988 Forges du Saint-Maurice Ironworks, Silver Proof, 1989 Sir Alexander Mackenzie Silver Proof, 1990 Henry Kelsey, 1992 Stagecoach Silver Proof, 1993 Stanley Cup Silver Proof FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Canada Mint Set 1967 a 6-coin set UNC in the sleeve of issue, Canada a 2-coin set comprising Dollars (2) 1969 UNC and 1994 RCMP Last Dog Team patrol Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster envelope the second with certificate, Jersey One Pound 1988 Parish of St. John Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, New Zealand Sets 1967 Polished Standard Specimen sets (2) Prooflike UNC in the one folder as issued, GB Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (2) UNC in the wallets of issue, GB in Whitman Folders (2) Shillings 1937-1951 complete with obverses many EF with lustre, Halfpennies 1902-1936 complete except for 1929 in mixed grades, GB Penny Sets in slide cases (2) Provincial Mints (5) 1912H/1918H/1918KN/1919H/1919KN VG to NF, Elizabeth II (8) 1953/1961/1962/1963/1964/1965/1966/196 7 first NVF others EF to UNC (£100 - £120) 557) Canada Fifty Dollars Maple Leaf 2016 5oz. Silver with Murano glass maple leaf FDC in the box of issue with certificate, original issued at £500 (£100 - £300) 558) Canada Olympic Games 1976 Coin Sets 1973-1974 each comprising 10 Dollars (2) and 5 Dollars (2) KM#OCP1 (KM#84, 85 86 and 87) (3), KM#OCP2 (KM#89, 90, 93 and 94), KM#OCP3 (KM#91, 92, 95 and 96), KM#OCP4 (KM#98, 99, 102 and 103), KM#OCP5 (KM#100, 101, 104 and 105), KM#OCP6 (KM#107, 108, 111 and 112) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£300 - £480) 559) Canada One Dollar Gold 1996 Maple Leaf UNC in the soft Westminster pouch with certificate, Gibraltar 1 Gram 1993

40th Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II Prooflike UNC in capsule, China 5 Yuan 1992 Marco Polo (2) Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC one with a Westminster Certificate, both in the soft pouches of issue, China/Canada a 2-coin Set 1998 Norman Bethune comprising China 10 Yuan 1998 Silver Proof and Canada 5 Dollars 1998 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£75 - £150) 560) Caribbean Development Bank Tenth Anniversary a 5-coin set 1980 comprising Bahamas 10 Dollars, Barbados 25 Dollars, Belize 25 Dollars, Jamaica 10 Dollars and Trinidad and Tobago 25 Dollars Silver Proofs FDC in the long case of issue with certificate, Jamaica (11) 25 Dollars 1978 Silver Proof FDC, 10 Dollars 1972 10th Anniversary of Independence Silver Proof FDC, 10 Dollars 1972 10th Anniversary of Independence UNC in the blue cards of issue (5), 5 Dollars (4) 1972 Silver Proofs (2), 1973 Silver Proofs (2) FDC, Cayman Islands (3) 25 Dollars 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof, 25 Dollars 1972 Silver Wedding (2) UNC on the cards of issue, Panama One Balboa (3) 1972 (2) UNC, 1976 Silver Proof FDC on the green card of issue, France 50 Francs 1980 Silver Proof Piedfort FDC in the box of issue with certificate, USA The American Prospector 1987 Medal One Ounce of Silver UNC (£250 - £350) 561) Cayman Islands 100 Dollars 1975 Six Queens Gold Proof KM#13 nFDC in the bookform case, 50 Dollars 1975 Six Queens Silver Proof KM#12 nFDC in the bookform case (£260 - £400) 562) Cayman Islands and Turks and Caicos Islands a 4-coin set 1977 Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II comprising Cayman Islands (2) 100 Dollars 1977 Gold Proof KM#15 and 25 Dollars 1977 Silver Proof KM#14, and Turks and Caicos Islands (2) 50 Crowns 1977 Gold Proof KM#20 and 25 Crowns Silver Proof KM#19 nFDC in the bookform case of issue with certificates (£360 - £550) 563) Cayman Islands Proof Set 1978 comprising 25 Dollars (6) KM#36 The Ampulla, KM#37 The Orb, KM#38 St. Edwards Crown, KM#39 The Chair, KM#40 The Sceptre, KM#41 The Spoon nFDC to FDC unboxed in slide cases (£80 - £130) 564) Cayman Islands Proof Set 1978 comprising 50 Dollars (6) KM#42 The Ampulla, KM#43 The Orb, KM#44 St. Edward’s Crown, KM#45 The Chair, KM#46 The Sceptre, KM#47 The Spoon all Gold Proofs unboxed in slide cases, a low mintage of just 771 pieces each nFDC to FDC (£800 - £1,300) 565) Cayman Islands Proof Set a 2-coin set 1975 comprising 100 Dollars 1975 Six Queens Gold Proof KM#13 and 50 Dollars 1975 Six Queens Silver Proof KM#12 nFDC in the bookform case (£260 - £400) 566) China 300 Yuan 2013 Chinese Bronzeware Commemorative (Second Issue), Wine Vessel 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850) 567) China 300 Yuan 2013 Chinese Sacred Buddhist Mountain (Mount Putuo) 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850) 568) China 300 Yuan 2013 Panda 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£800 - £1,000) 569) China Peoples Republic Proof Sets (2) 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympic Games, One Yuan an 8-coin set in Brass Y#19, 20, 21, 22, 29, 30, 31 and 32 nFDC in the case of issue, the case a little dirty from storage, 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics Silver Proof Set a 4-coin set comprising 30 Yuan (3) Y#30, 35, 36 and 20 Yuan Y#34 FDC in the box of issue neither of the two sets listed in this configuration by Krause (£150 - £300)

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570) Cook Islands 100 Dollars 1975 Bicentenary of the Return to England after the second voyage KM#13 Gold Proof nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the case a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 571) Cook Islands 100 Dollars 1975 Bicentenary of the Return to England after the second voyage KM#13 Gold Proof nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the case a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 572) Cook Islands 100 Dollars 1976 USA Bicentennial KM#16 Gold Proof nFDC inn the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 573) Cook Islands 100 Dollars 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Gold Proof KM#19 nFDC on a Numismatic First Day Cover with stamp, in the blue wallet of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 574) Cook Islands 200 Dollars 1978 Gold KM#22 BU in the card of issue, only 621 issued (£340 - £500) 575) Cook Islands 200 Dollars 1979 Legacy of Captain James Cook Gold Proof KM#26 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£340 - £500) 576) Falkland Islands (3) £25 1985 5oz. 100th Anniversary of Self Sufficiency Silver Proof FDC cased with certificate, £25 1986 Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 5oz. Silver Proof FDC cased with certificate, Fifty Pence 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, nFDC boxed, no certificate (£200 £250) 577) Falkland Islands 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proofs a 12coin set the reverse with the coloured bunting, The Victorian Age 2001 a 24-coin set Silver Crown-sized Proofs from a variety of different countries, FDC in a Westminster box with certificates (£300 - £400) 578) Falkland Islands a 12-coin set 2002 Golden Jubilee CuproNickel Proofs the reverse with coloured bunting nFDC to FDC, Cook Islands One Dollar a 12-coin set 2007-2008 Princess Diana with coloured reverse portraits, The Museum Collection an 11-coin set of modern replicas of iconic British hammered and milled coins, these gold or silver plated base metal issue, in 3 Westminster boxes, all sets with certificates (£30 - £60)

UNC in the Royal box of issue, World Silver Crown-sized (22) modern Proof issues UNC to FDC, Tristan da Cunha (4) Gold Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of the Accession Quadruple thickness Gold Proof, Five Pounds 2006 (2) both Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Gold Plated Silver Proof with Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond inset, Five Pounds George and the Dragon in Silver with gold highlighting and 6 rubies inset, lustrous UNC to FDC all but the last with certificates, Guernsey Five Pound Crown 2013 60th Anniversary of the Coronation, with coloured reverse, Prooflike UNC along with Victoria to Elizabeth II a mixed group (19) includes some in silver, in mixed mostly lower grades, the majority cleaned, GB Threepence 1965 and Penny 1967 with coloured reverses on a gold plated background (£250 - £350) 585) GB and World includes many Silver Crown-sized 17th to 20th Century, in a Westminster box, many with certificates (£450 - £750) 586) GB and World Sets (18) and singles (9) modern issues, mostly UNC, along with GB and World, largely European issues a mixed group most if not all base metal, includes medallic issues, badges etc. (lot, total weight around 5 Kilos) (£75 - £100) 587) GB and World Sets (9) and Singles (9) a few in silver, most in the boxes of issue in mixed grades includes some UNC to FDC (£75 - £100) 588) Gibraltar - The Concorde Silver Collection a 12-coin set 2006/9 Crown-sized and in silver FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificate, GB Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proofs (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny FDC in the box of issue (£100 - £150) 589) Gibraltar (6) and British Virgin Islands (6) ‘Kings and Queens of Great Britain a 12 coin set Crown-sized Silver Proof FDC as issued in a Westminster box with certificates (£100 £150) 590) Gold from 6 Continents comprising Mexico 10 Pesos 1959 GEF, Colombia 5 Pesos 1929 GEF, Netherlands 10 Gulden 1932 UNC, Tunisia 20 Francs 1891 A Good Fine, Turkey 100 Kurush AH1327/4 KM#754 NVF all in a perspex case (£900 - £1,400)

579) Fifty Pounds Alderney 2003 Prince William 21st Birthday 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750)

591) Great Historic Coins of the World a Franklin Mint collection of Numismatic First Day Covers in an album (49) a wide range of countries represented, Ancient to modern, the coins in mixed grades, some UNC, on the covers of issue with stamps (£100 - £200)

580) Fiji 100 Dollars 1974 100th Anniversary of cession of Fiji to Great Britain Gold Proof KM#35 FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£360 - £550)

592) Guernsey £25 Gold 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Proof FDC in a Westminster case with certificate (£200 - £300)

581) Fiji Fifty Dollars 1996 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother series - 70th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700)

593) Guernsey £25 Gold 1999 Prince Edward and Sophie RhysJones FDC cased as issued with certificate (£200 - £300)

582) Fiji Ten Dollars (3) 2012 The Diamond Jubilee 65MM Silver Proof Three Coin Set large and thin one ounce pure silver issues by Westminster FDC in their presentation case with certificate (£70 - £90) 583) France Specimen FDC sets (5) 1969, 1970 (with Silver 5 Francs Essai), 1971, 1972, 1973 FDC the boxes and packaging all in excellent condition (£100 - £120) 584) GB and World a mixed group, GB Proof Sets (3) Standard Set 2011, Black Leather Deluxe sets (2) 2009, 2010, FDC in the cases of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets 2009 (2) includes the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens, UNC still sealed in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Britannia Two Pounds Silver 2011

594) Guernsey Fifty Pounds 2003 50th Anniversary of the Coronation 1 Kilo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750) 595) Guyana 100 Dollars 1976 Gold Proof KM#46 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£65 - £100) 596) Guyana 100 Dollars 1976 Gold Proof KM#46 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£65 - £100) 597) Guyana 100 Dollars 1977 Gold Proof KM#47 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate (£65 - £100)

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598) Haiti 100 Gourdes 1969 10th Anniversary of the Revolution Gold Proof nFDC in the black wallet of issue with certificate (£400 - £500)

613) Liberia 100 Dollars 1977 Joseph J.Roberts KM#36 Gold Proof nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£220 - £360)

599) India Proof Sets (15) 1973B Grow More Food - 10 coins (5), 1973B 9 coins (5), 1974 10 coins (5), Development Oriented Coins 1973 Proof Sets - 2 coin sets (5 sets) each comprising 20 Rupees 1973B KM#240 Silver Proof and 10 Rupees 1973B KM#188 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Development Oriented Coins 1974 Proof Sets - 2 coin sets (3 sets) each comprising 50 Rupees 1974B Silver Proof KM#255 and 10 Rupees 1974B CuproNickel Proof KM#189 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, 50 Rupees 1974B Family Planning (7) UNC in capsules still sealed in original plastics, 20 Rupees 1973B Silver Proofs (5) KM#240 nFDC in capsules, 10 Rupees (5) 1971 FAO Silver Proofs KM#186 FDC in capsules, in the printed envelopes of issue stating the mintage of just 1594 pieces (2), 1973B 25th Anniversary of Independence Silver Proofs KM#188 (5) nFDC to FDC in capsules, 1974 Family Planning (3) Cupro-Nickel issues UNC in capsules, still sealed in the original plastics, an original group from an old collection unopened for around 20 years (£600 - £1,000)

614) Malaysia 200 Ringgit 1977 9th Southeast Asia Games KM#24 Gold Proof nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£150 - £240)

600) India Proof Sets (2) 1972 (9 coins) 10 Rupees to 1 Paisa, FDC in the brown wallet of issue, 1974 (10 coins) 50 Rupees to 1 Paisa FDC in the case of issue, no outer envelope (£100 - £120) 601) Isle of Man Proof Set 1965 the 3-coin gold set Bicentenary issue Five Pounds S.7420, One Pound S.7421 and Half Pound S.7422 nFDC in the green box of issue with certificate (£1,250 - £1,750) 602) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1975 Columbus - Discovery of Jamaica Gold Proof KM#67 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the case a little dirty from storage (£160 - £250) 603) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1975 Columbus - Discovery of Jamaica KM#67 Gold Lustrous BU on the card of issue (£160 - £250) 604) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1975 Columbus Gold Proof KM#67 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£160 - £250) 605) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1976 Admiral Nelson KM#72 Gold Proof nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£160 - £250) 606) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation Gold Proof KM#77 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£240 - £400) 607) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation KM#77 Gold Proof FDC in slide case (£240 £400) 608) Jamaica 25 Dollars 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation KM#76 Silver Proof 135 grammes of .925 Silver FDC in the box of issue (£75 - £100) 609) Jamaica 250 Dollars 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation Gold Proof KM#78 nFDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£900 - £1,400) 610) Jersey The Heraldry of the Coronation Silver Coin Set 1953 - 2013 by Westminster comprised of a Crown surrounded by 10 shields cased FDC and unusual (£80 - £100) 611) Liberia 10 Dollars 1979 Organization of African Unity, Elephant Reverse, KM#38 Gold Proof FDC on the card of issue with certificate (£220 - £360) 612) Liberia 10 Dollars 1979 Organization of African Unity, Reverse: Facing bust of William R. Tolbert Jr.KM#37 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£220 - £360)

615) Malaysia 200 Ringgitt 1976 3rd Malaysian Plan 1976-1980 Gold Proof KM#18 FDC in the blue box of issue (£150 £240) 616) Mexico 250 Pesos 1985 Mexico World Cup ‘86 Gold Proofs (2) FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, 25 Pesos 1985 Mexico World Cup ‘86 Silver Proof, Mint Sets 1987/1988 (2) UNC in the cases of issue (£360 - £550) 617) Mexico 8 Reales 1783 Mo in an NGC holder - Genuine, ‘Shipwreck of the El Cazador in a presentation box with information booklet, USA Morgan Dollars the 5-decade set comprising 1879S, 1886, 1896, 1901O and 1921 EF in a presentation box, USA The First and Last Morgan Dollar Collection a 2-coin set 1878S and 1921 EF in a Jubilee Mint presentation box with certificate, USA Silver Eagle 2001 UNC in a PCS Stamps and Coins holder, The 2014 Investment Coins of the World Collection a 4-coin set comprising GB Silver Two Pounds Britannia 2014, USA Silver Eagle 2014 UNC, China 10 Yuan Prooflike UNC, Canada Maple 5 Dollars Leaf 2014 UNC with Maple Leaf Privy Mark UNC in the Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate, USA Half Dollars (3) 1945 (2), 1945D (1) in mixed grades, in an ingot shaped presentation box (£175 - £225) 618) Mexico a 4-coin set comprising 10 Pesos 1959 KM#473, 5 Pesos 1955 KM#464, 2 1/2 Pesos 1945 KM#463 and 2 Pesos 1945 KM#461 UNC cased (£340 - £500) 619) Mexico Silver Dollars (16) in two sets of 8 coins, the first comprising 100 Peso 1977, Libertad 1986, 8 Reales 1892, Cuauhtemoc 1948, Hidalgo 1953, 1968 Dancing Chief, Peso 1909 and Old Onza 1980, the second comprising 100 Peso 1978, Libertad 1986, 8 Reales 1883, Cuauhtemoc 1948, Hidalgo 1953, 1968 Dancing Chief, Peso 1899 and Olkd Onza 1979, GVF to Lustrous UNC in two perspex cases (£150 - £200) 620) Netherlands Antilles 200 Gulden 1977 Peter Stuyvesant Gold Proof KM#18 nFDC in the blue wallets of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£160 - £250) 621) Netherlands Antilles a 2-coin set 1976 comprising 200 Gulden 1976 Gold Proof KM#16 FDC and 25 Gulden Silver Proof KM#15.1 FDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificates (£160 - £250) 622) New Zealand Proof sets 1953 (3) nFDC to FDC lightly toned, in the red boxes of issue (£170 - £220) 623) Panama 100 Balboas 1975 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Balboa Gold Proof KM#41 nFDC in the blue box of issue (£170 - £300) 624) Panama 100 Balboas 1975 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Balboa Gold Proof KM#41 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue (£170 - £300) 625) Panama 100 Balboas 1975 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Balboa Gold Proof KM#41 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue (£170 - £300) 626) Panama 100 Balboas 1975 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Balboa KM#41 BU on the card of issue (£170 - £300) 627) Panama 100 Balboas 1975 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Balboa KM#41 BU on the card of issue (£170 - £300)

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628) Panama 100 Balboas 1976 Gold Proof KM#41 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£170 - £300)

648) Proof and Mint Sets (8) and singles (54) the majority Isle of Man issues, includes many in silver mostly UNC-nFDC and boxed (£275 - £325)

629) Panama 100 Balboas 1977 Gold Proof KM#41 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£170 - £300)

649) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Anniversary Silver Proof Crown Collection 2007 an 18-coin set Crown-sized and in silver with 17 hexagonal pieces comprising issues from GB, Solomon Islands (3), Fiji (2), Cayman Islands (3), East Caribbean States (3), Alderney (3), and St. Helena and Ascension (3) nFDC-FDC some with very light tone around the rims, in the box of issue with card and certificates (£300 - £400)

630) Panama 100 Balboas 1978 Gold Proof KM#56 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue (£170 - £300) 631) Panama 100 Balboas 1979 Pre-Columbian Art - Golden Turtle KM#60 Gold Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£170 - £300) 632) Panama 150 Balboas 1976 150th Anniversary of Pan Congress KM#43 Platinum Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£150 - £220)

650) Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection a 24-coin set of Silver Crown sized coins from around the world 2002-2003 some with the portrait in 22-carat gold all cased FDC in an impressive wooden box, with certificates (£200 - £350)

633) Panama 20 Balboas (4) 1971 (2), 1972 (2) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, the boxes a little dirty from storage (£130 - £210)

651) Russia Mint Set 1968 (8 coins, One Rouble to One Kopek) Scarce (the 10, 15 and 20 Kopek especially scarce) UNC with Mint medallion in the plastic sheet of issue (£80 - £100)

634) Panama 20 Balboas (5) 1973 Silver Proofs KM#31 (2), 1974 Silver Proofs KM#31 (3) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£160 - £300) 635) Panama 20 Balboas 1971 (10) KM#29 UNC in the 10-coin box of issue (£320 - £500) 636) Panama 20 Balboas 1972 KM#31 UNC in the 10-coin box of issue (£320 - £500) 637) Panama 20 Balboas 1973 (10) KM#31 UNC in the 10-coin box of issue (£320 - £500) 638) Panama 20 Balboas 1974 KM#31 UNC in the 10-coin box of issue (£320 - £500) 639) Panama 20 Balboas 1981 Figure of Eight Butterfly Gold Proof KM#72 FDC in the blue box of issue with certificate, in the original postage box as received by the first owner (£25 - £40) 640) Panama 500 Balboas 1975 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Vasco Nunez de Balboa KM#42 Gold Proof FDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£900 - £1,400) 641) Panama 500 Balboas 1977 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Balboa Gold Proof KM#42 FDC in the blue box of issue with certificate (£900 - £1,400) 642) Panama 75 Balboas 1978 75th Anniversary of Independence KM#55 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, scarcer one-year type (£120 - £200) 643) Papua New Guinea 100 Kina 1975 Independence Gold Proof KM#9 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 644) Papua New Guinea 100 Kina 1975 Independence Gold Proof KM#9 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 645) Papua New Guinea 100 Kina 1976 First Anniversary of Independence Gold Proof KM#10 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 646) Papua New Guinea 100 Kina 1977 Gold Proof KM#12 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£200 - £300) 647) Papua New Guinea 100 Kina 1978 Gold Proof KM#13 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue (£200 - £300)

652) Russia Mint Sets (17) 1974 9 coins with green outer card holders (2), 1974 9 coins with yellow outer card holders (2), 1975 9 coins (2), 1976 9 coins (2), 1977 9 coins (2), 1979 9 coins (2), 1980 9 coins (5) UNC cased in the outer card holder with certificates, some with toning or staining as often found on these coins. One Rouble (12) 1977 Y#144 (2) UNC, 1978 Y#153.1 (2), 1979 (4) Y#165 (2), Y#164 (2), 1980 (4) Y#177 (2), Y#178 (2) UNC in cases in the white envelopes of issue (£50 - £150) 653) Sark Fourth Centenary 1565-1965 a 3-coin set in 22 carat gold 1965 comprising 30mm, 22mm and 20mm diameter medallic issues, UNC in the box of issue with certificate, 22ct and the set number (148) hand scratched into the fields within the legend, unlisted in Gold by Krause, of similar designs to X#M1, X#M2 and X#M3 (£600 - £850) 654) Singapore 25 Dollars 2013 Year of the Snake 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the red octagonal box of issue with certificate, only 250 issued (£130 - £160) 655) Solomon Islands 100 Dollars 1978 Gold Proof KM#9 FDC in the blue wallet of issue (£190 - £300) 656) South Africa Krugerrand 1967 (minted 2017) ‘Vintage’ 50th Anniversary of the Krugerrand, dated 1967 with LT SARB 2017 Privy mark on the obverse, and 1967-2017 50 Year Anniversary privy mark on the reverse, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates, originally issued at £3500 by the South African Mint (£900 - £1,600) 657) South Africa Proof Set (7 coins) 1963 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, 5 Cents, 2 1/2 Cents, 1 Cent and Half Cent UNC to nFDC (£50 - £75) 658) South Africa Proof Set 1952 an 11-coin set comprising One Pound Gold, Half Pound Gold, Crown, Halfcrown Two Shillings, Shilling, Sixpence, Threepence, Penny Halfpenny and Farthing, nFDC to FDC in the blue box of issue (£300 - £450) 659) South Africa Proof Set 1953 an 11-coin set comprising One Pound Gold, Half Pound Gold, Crown, Halfcrown Two Shillings, Shilling, Sixpence, Threepence, Penny Halfpenny and Farthing, nFDC to FDC in the blue box of issue (£300 - £450) 660) South Africa Proof Set 1961 a 9-coin set comprising 2 Rand Gold, 1 Rand Gold, 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, 5 Cents 2 1/2 Cents, 1 Cent and Half Cent nFDC to FDC in the blue box of issue (£300 - £450)

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661) South Africa Proof Set 1964 a 9-coin set comprising 2 Rand Gold, 1 Rand Gold, 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, 5 Cents 2 1/2 Cents, 1 Cent and Half Cent nFDC to FDC in the blue box of issue (£300 - £450) 662) St. Helena Five Guineas 2016 East India Company, Bicentenary of the end of the Guinea era, edge SEXAGESIM QUARTO, the shield reverse design similar to the 5 Guineas of 1753 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, issue limited to 200 pieces, originally issued at £2500 (£1,000 £2,000) 663) St. Helena Guinea 2016 East India Company, Bicentenary of the end of the Guinea era Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, originally issued at £800 (£250 - £500) 664) The Franklin Mint Gold Piece Proof Set 1980 a 3-piece set comprising One Ounce, Half Ounce and Quarter Ounce Proof FDC on the card of issue (£1,200 - £2,000) 665) The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Collection a 24-coin set 20122013 includes the Rare Pitcairn Islands Two Dollars 2012 Royal Variety Performance with ‘variety’ spelling error Silver Proof with Royal Mint recall letter, includes GB (2), Bermuda (2), East Caribbean States (2), Alderney (3), Pitcairn Islands (2), St. Helena and Ascension (2), Falkland Islands, Cayman Islands (2), Cook Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Niue (2), Tuvalu, all Crown-sized Silver Proofs FDC on the Royal Mint cards of issue with certificates (£250 - £450) 666) Trinidad and Tobago 100 Dollars 1976 Gold Proof KM#37 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£70 - £110) 667) Trinidad and Tobago 100 Dollars 1976 Gold Proof KM#37 nFDC in the blue wallet of issue, the wallet a little dirty from storage (£70 - £110) 668) Tristan da Cunha 2014 (3) First World War Centenary (2, both different) and Prince George of Cambridge First Birthday 5 Oz. Silver Proofs FDC in the boxes of Jubilee Mint issue with certificates (£170 - £210) 669) Tristan da Cunha a 2-coin set in gold Sir Winston Churchill Photographic issues comprising Two Pounds 2015 and One Pound 2015 Proofs with a Photograph of Sir Winston Churchill on each reverse FDC in the Jubilee Mint case of issue with certificates (£600 - £800) 670) Tristan da Cunha a 2-coin set in gold Sir Winston Churchill Photographic issues comprising Two Pounds 2015 and One Pound 2015 Proofs with a Photograph of Sir Winston Churchill on each reverse FDC in the Jubilee Mint case of issue with certificates (£600 - £800) 671) Tristan da Cunha a 4-coin set 2014 One Crown (4) St. Christopher, The Three Graces, St. Michael the Archangel, and St. George and the Dragon all Prooflike BU, each 1 gram of 9 carat gold, in a Jubilee Mint box with certificate, One Crown 2013 60th Anniversary of the Coronation (2) both BU and Prooflike, one in a Jubilee Mint box with certificate, the other in a soft pouch with certificate, Numismatic First Day Covers 2014 Centenary of World War I (2) each with Tristan da Cunha One Crown 2014 BU on Numismatic cover with Royal Photograph and stamp, with poppy-shaped postmark, as issued in the presentation folders with certificates (£85 - £110) 672) Tristan da Cunha Gold One Pound 2014 Centenary of World War I Proof FDC in a Jubilee Mint box with certificate (£200 - £300) 673) Tristan da Cunha Half Guinea 2009 Britannia Gold Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£100 £150)

674) Tristan da Cunha in gold, One Pound (4) 2014 Centenary of World War I Proof FDC, 2014 70th Anniversary of D-Day Proof FDC, 2014 The Queen’s 88th Birthday Proof FDC, 2014 HRH Prince George of Cambridge First Birthday Proof FDC all in Jubilee Mint boxes with certificates (£800 - £1,100) 675) Tristan da Cunha Numismatic First Day Cover 2014 comprising One Pound 2014 First World War Centenary BU on the cover of issue with commemorative stamp and photo, in the Jubilee Mint presentation folder with certificate, only 20 sets assembled (£200 - £300) 676) Tristan da Cunha Ten Pounds 2011 ‘Year of the Three Kings 1936’ 75th Anniversary Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 677) Tristan da Cunha The Victoria Cross Commemorative set a 3-piece set comprising Double Crown 2014 Victoria Cross in 9 carat gold, One Crown 2014 in silver and a replica Victoria Cross 35mm x 35mm Proof FDC in the box of issue with Bradford Exchange Certificate (£50 - £75) 678) Tunisia One Dinar 1969 a 10-coin set Obverse Habib Bourguiba, each with a different reverse KM#292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301 Silver Proofs FDC in the red box of issue (£100 - £120) 679) Turks and Caicos Islands 1979 a 2-coin set comprising 100 Crowns 1979 10th Anniversary of the Investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales KM#46 Gold Proof and 10 Crowns 1979 10th Anniversary of the Investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales KM#45 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £320) 680) Turks and Caicos Islands 25 Crowns 1977 Gold Proof KM#9.2 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £80) 681) Turks and Caicos Islands 25 Crowns 1977 Gold Proof KM#9.2 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £80) 682) Turks and Caicos Islands 50 Crowns 1974 Centenary of the Birth of Sir Winston Churchill Gold Proof KM#3 the scarcer Brilliant Proof issue nFDC in the case of issue with certificate (£100 - £170) 683) Turks and Caicos Islands 50 Crowns 1974 Centenary of the Birth of Sir Winston Churchill Gold Proof KM#3 the scarcer Brilliant Proof issue nFDC in the case of issue with certificate (£100 - £170) 684) Turks and Caicos Islands 50 Crowns 1976 USA Bicentennial Gold Proof KM#15 nFDC in the brown case of issue with certificate (£70 - £110) 685) Turks and Caicos Islands Proof Set 1975 Age of Exploration a 7-coin Set KM#PS2 comprising 100 Crowns, 50 Crowns and 25 Crowns all in gold, and 20 Crowns, 10 Crowns, 5 Crowns and 1 Crown all in silver nFDC to FDC in the brown case of issue with certificate, only 1270 sets issued (£260 - £400) 686) Turks and Caicos Islands Proof Set 1976 a 4-coin set comprising 25 Crowns 1976 Gold, and 10 Crowns 1976, 5 Crowns 1976 in silver and 1 Crown 1976 Cupro-Nickel KM#PS3 nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £80) 687) Turks and Caicos Islands Proof Set 1976 USA Bicentennial a 2-coin set comprising 50 Crowns 1976 Gold Proof KM#15 and 20 Crowns 1976 Silver Proof KM#13 nFDC in the brown case of issue with certificate (£70 - £110) 688) Turks and Caicos Islands Proof Set 1977 a 4-coin set comprising 25 Crowns 1977 Gold, and 10 Crowns 1977, 5 Crowns 1977 in silver and 1 Crown 1977 Cupro-Nickel

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KM#PS6 nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £80) 689) Turks and Caicos Islands Proof Set 1977 a 4-coin set comprising 25 Crowns 1977 Gold, and 10 Crowns 1977, 5 Crowns 1977 in silver and 1 Crown 1977 Cupro-Nickel KM#PS6 nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £80) 690) Turks and Caicos Islands Proof set 1978 a 2-coin set comprising 100 Crowns 1978 Edmonton Commonwealth Games Gold Proof KM#44 and 20 Crowns Edmonton Commonwealth Games KM#23 Silver Proof FDC in the brown case of issue with certificate (£200 - £320) 691) USA (12) Silver Eagles (5) 2007, 2008, 2007 with coloured obverse (2), 2006 with gold highlighting, these UNC with certificates, Dollars 1884O, 1897O, 1900O, 1923, 1971, 1972, 1974 EF to UNC, in a Westminster box (£150 - £200) 692) USA 1991 The 50th Anniversary Pearl Harbour Memorial, USS Arizona, an impressive 90mm diameter medal 453 ounces of .999 silver Proof FDC in the box of issue (£120 - £210) 693) USA a 2-coin set 1988 Olympic Games comprising Five Dollars 1988S Gold Proof and Dollar 1988S Silver Proof, also One Dollar 1988S Olympic Games Silver Proofs (2) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£240 - £280) 694) USA Dollars (20) 1971S Proofs (5), 1972S Proofs (5), 1973S Proofs (5), 1974S Proofs (5) nFDC to FDC in the brown cases of issue, USA Dollars (20) 1971S (5), 1972S (5), 1973S (5), 1974S (5) UNC in the blue wallets of issue, USA One Dollar 1990P Eisenhower Centennial Silver Proof, USA One Dollar 1990W Eisenhower Centennial BU in the case of issue with certificate USA Constitution Coins One Dollar 1987S 200th Anniversary of the US Constitution Silver Proofs (10) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£425 - £575) 695) USA Five Dollars 1987 Bicentennial of the Constitution FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£170 - £300) 696) USA Five Dollars 1987 Bicentennial of the Constitution FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£170 - £300) 697) USA One Pound of Silver 1986 The Texas Independence Centennial - The Alamo 89mm diameter in silver (£120 £210) 698) USA Prestige Proof Sets (10) 1986S (4), 1987S (5), 1989S, FDC in the boxes of issue with certificate, USA Bicentennial Proof Sets 1976S (5) the 3-coin set comprising One Dollar, Half Dollar and Quarter Dollar nFDC-FDC with the Hard back folders of issue, USA Congressional Coin One Dollar 1989S Proof FDC in the brown case of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 699) USA Proof Sets (136) 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961 (2), 1962 (2), 1963 (4), 1964 (5), 1968S (4), 1969S (5), 1970S (5), 1971S (5), 1972S (5), 1973S (5), 1974S (10), 1975S (5), 1976S (10), 1977S (5), 1978S (10), 1979S (10), 1980S (10), 1981S (10), 1983S (10), 1988S (5), 1989S (5), nFDC to FDC a few sets with stains, the vast majority bright and lustrous, USA Special Mint Sets (15) 1965 (5), 1966 (5), 1967 (5), Lustrous UNC in the wallets of issue, USA Mint Sets (149) 1960 (5), 1961 (3), 1962 (3), 1963 (4), 1964 (5), 1968 (11), 1969 (5), 1970 (5), 1971 (5), 1972 (5), 1973 (5), 1974 (10), 1975 (10), 1976 6 coins (10), 1977 (10), 1978 (10), 1979 (10), 1980 (10), 1981 Susan B.Anthony PDS (5), 1985 (8), 1988 (5), 1989 (5) UNC in the wallets of issue, an original group with many sets in the original postal cartons, some envelopes unopened, total weight over 30 Kilos (£850 - £1,250)

700) USA The Franklin Mint Gold Piece Proof Set 1979 a 3-piece set comprising Gold One Ounce, Half Ounce and Quarter Ounce in 24 carat gold FDC boxed on the card of issue with Franklin Mint certificate (£1,200 - £2,000) 701) USA The Official Silver Coins of the United States a 19coin set Silver Eagles (7) some with coloured finishes, with Dollars to Quarter Dollars includes some commemorative issues, in mixed grades most are EF to UNC, in a Westminster box with certificates (£175 - £225) 702) Vatican City Mint Set 1929 9 coin set with the 100 Lire Gold issue, first year of issue KM MS1 10,000 only minted Unc in the blue STATO DELLA CITTA DEL VATICANO box (£500 - £700) 703) World (15) Fiji 25 Dollars 1974 Centennial of cession of Fiji to Great Britain Silver Proofs (5) FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Equatorial Guinea 100 Pesetas 1970 Goya Silver Proofs (2) FDC in the soft wallets of issue with certificates, Costa Rica 20 Colones 1970 Venus de Milo Silver Proofs (2) nFDC lightly toned in the soft wallets of issue, Peru 50 Soles 1971 150th Anniversary of Independence (3) A/UNC to UNC, Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1944 UNC in capsules (3) (£200 - £300) 704) World Crown sized (12, 9 in silver), includes Australia Kookaburra, Kangaroo and Koala issues mostly Lustrous UNC, in a Westminster box with certificates (£100 - £150) 705) World Crown sized and larger (26, 24 in silver) mostly 1970s issues all but three in the packaging of issue many Proof issues included, UNC to FDC (£175 - £250) 706) World Crown-sized (76) in 2 Westminster boxes mostly 1970s issues onwards, with some earlier pieces, includes plenty in silver, in mixed grades to UNC (£325 - £450) 707) World Crown-sized includes a few in silver along with Belgian Congo 10 Francs (24) The History of Cars 20022003 UNC in a Westminster case with certificates (£75 - £100) 708) World in silver (60) mostly Crown-sized includes many modern Proof issues mostly UNC-FDC, in three Westminster boxes (£350 - £550) 709) World includes 10mm Platinum 1970s Mini-coins (2) The Presidential Journey for Peace and Apollo 15 issues UNC in the red cases of issue, as part of a wide ranging group of medals, Numismatic, Ingot and Medallic First Day covers, and other mostly Franklin Mint material, most if not all 1970s issues, UNC to nFDC in the boxes of issue (lot) (£90 - £120) 710) World Proof and Mint Sets (16) and Singles (2) includes silver items UNC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£100 - £120) 711) World Proof and Mint Sets (50) and Singles (3) UNC to FDC mostly in the boxes or plastic sleeves of issue (£125 - £175) 712) World Proof and Mint Sets (6) and Singles (35) includes many silver Proof Crown-sized, UNC to FDC Mostly in the boxes of issue (£200 - £300) 713) World Proof and Mint Sets (7) and singles (46) includes many Crown-sized and in silver, the vast majority in the cases of issue with certificates (£300 - £500) 714) World Proof and Mint Singles (42) most if not all 1970s issues many different countries represented most in silver and Crown-sized or bigger, UNC to FDC most in the boxes of issue (£300 - £500) 715) World Proof and Mint singles (66) mostly 1970s includes issues from Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Bahamas, Philippines, Netherlands Antilles, Hungary and

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more, the vast majority in silver mostly Crown-sized and bigger UNC to FDC in the cases of issue (£450 - £650) 716) World Proof Sets (12) Ethiopia 1977, France 1977, Papua New Guinea 1977, British Virgin Islands (2) 1977, 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Set, Bahamas 1977, Philippines 1977, Trinidad and Tobago 1977, Liberia 1976, Cook Islands 1977, Panama (2) 1973, 1977 nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue some cases a little dirty from storage, Panama 20 Balboa 1977 Silver Proof (131 grammes of silver) FDC in the box of issue, the box with some damage, Mint Sets (2) Bahamas 1977, Papua New Guinea 1977 UNC in the cases of issue , along with Cook Islands 1981 Royal Wedding Commemorative collection Proof Set on a Numismatic Cover with stamp, UNC in the wallet of issue and Netherlands Coronation Collection 1980 a 4-coin set comprising 2 1/2 Gulden (2) and 1 Gulden (2) UNC cased (£200 - £250) 717) World Proof Sets (15) Bahamas (3) 1971, 1972 (2), Jamaica (4) 1972 (2), 1975 (2), Trinidad and Tobago 1972 10th Anniversary (2), Belize (2) 1975 Silver, 1975, Papua New Guinea 1975 (2), Cayman Islands (2) 1972, 1975 nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue most with certificates (£225 £350) 718) World Proof Sets (20) British Virgin Islands (3) 1975, 1976, 1978, Trinidad and Tobago (2) 1973 10th Anniversary, 1975, Cayman Islands (2) 1974 (2), Liberia (2) 1973, 1975, Barbados (2) 1974, 1977, Belize (2) 1974, 1974 Silver, Cook Islands 1973 comprising 7 1/2 Dollars, 2 1/2 Dollars both in silver, and the One Dollar to One Cent set, in the brown bookform case, Cook Island a 2-coin set 1973 comprising 7 1/2 Dollars, 2 1/2 Dollars both in silver, Bahamas 1975, Solomon Islands 1977, Guyana 1978, Barbados 1974, Iceland a 2-coin set 1974 1000 Kronur and 500 Kronur in silver nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, some of the boxes dirty from storage (£250 - £350) 719) World Proof Sets (20) Panama 1975 9 coins (2), 1975 8 coins (2), Bahamas 1974 (5), Philippines 1975 (3), Liberia 1974 (5), 1979, Jamaica 1974 (2), Panama 20 Balboas 1975 (2) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£300 - £400) 720) World Proof Sets (21) Bahamas (5) 1974 (5), Jamaica 1974 (2), 1976, Trinidad and Tobago (2) 1974 (2), Panama 1979 (9 coins) and 1979 (8 coins), Malta 1979, Cook Islands 1973 (2) One Dollar to One Cent, and the 2-coin set 7 1/2 Dollars and 2 1/2 Dollars, British Virgin Islands (2) 1974 (2), Liberia (2) 1973 (2), Cayman Islands (2) 1979 (2), nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue some boxes ‘sweaty’ from storage Panama 20 Balboas 1979 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Bahamas Mint Sets (2) 1974 (2) UNC in the wallets of issue (£300 - £450) 721) World Proof Sets (22) Belize (4) 1974 Silver, 1974, 1978 Silver, 1978, Jamaica 1977, Panama (3) 1973, 1976, 1977, Guyana (3) 1977 (2), 1978, Barbados 1978, Papua New Guinea 1976, British Virgin Islands 1975, Solomon Islands 1977, Cayman Islands 1975, Trinidad and Tobago 1978, Liberia 1973 (2), Malta (2) 1977, 1978, Iceland a 2-coin set 1974 1100th Anniversary of the Settlement of Iceland 1000 Kronur and 500 Kronur nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Mint Sets (4) France (3) 1975 (2), 1980, Jamaica 1977 UNC in the wallets of issue (£300 - £450) 722) World Proof Sets (24) Bahamas (4) 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, Panama (2) 1975, 1976, Barbados (5) 1973, 1976, 1978, plus two sets stuck to the outer packaging, Cook Islands 1976, Trinidad and Tobago 1976, 1978, British Virgin Islands (10) 1973 (4), 1974 (2), 1975, 1976, 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Set, 1978 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Panama 20 Balboas 1974 (2) Silver Proofs FDC in the boxes of issue, one with certificate (£550 - £1,100)

723) World Proof Sets (24) Jamaica 1974 (3), 1976, Trinidad and Tobago (3) 1973 10th Anniversary Set, 1974, 1975, Bahamas 1975, Liberia 1975 (2), Guyana 1976, Belize (2) 1976, 1976 Silver, Barbados (2) 1974, 1975, British Virgin Islands 1976, Panama a 2-coin set 1976 20 Balboas and 2 1/2 Centesimos, Cook Islands (5) 1973 (7 coins), 1973 (9 coins), 1975 (2), 1976, Malta (2) 1972, 1976, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue along with a Cayman Islands set cased wedged in the paper sleeve, Mint Sets (3) Jamaica 1974, Trinidad and Tobago 1976, Barbados 1976, UNC in the wallets of issue, Cook Islands Numismatic First Day Cover 25 Dollars 1977 Silver Proof with stamps, Papua New Guinea Numismatic First Day Cover 1977 10 Kina with stamps UNC as issued (£325 - £450) 724) World Proof Sets (4) Isle of Man 1975 Silver Set, British Virgin Islands (2) 1973, 1974, Jamaica 1976, Bahamas Mint Set 1966, UNC to FDC in the cases of issue with certificates, Ireland Ten Shillings 1966 Proofs (2) Toned UNC in the green boxes of issue (£100 - £150) 725) World Proof Sets (8) Malta 1972, Zimbabwe 1980, Nepal 1974 (3), Hong Kong 1988, Cook Islands 1974 (9 coins), Cook Islands 1974 (7 coins), nFDC to FDC in the packs of issue, Mint Sets (6) Jamaica 1974, Bahamas 1974 (3), Cook Islands 1974 (2 coins), Hong Kong 1988, UNC in the wallets of issue, Latvia a 3-coin set comprising 5 Lati 1929 EF, 2 Lati 1925 EF and 1 Lats 1924 Fine, in a plastic case, Papua New Guinea First Day Cover Numismatic albums 1975 (2) each comprising 8 covers with a different coin on each cover UNC to FDC in the black albums of issue (£150 - £200) 726) World Silver Crown-sized (36) includes Canada and South African issues, in mixed grades, mostly EF to UNC with some Proofs, housed in a Westminster box (£250 - £350) 727) World silver Crown-sized (36) mostly modern issues includes many Proofs, UNC to FDC in a Westminster box, Bahamas Proof Set 1974 nFDC, British Virgin Islands Proof Set 1973 UNC, The Dawn of the New Millennium a 3-medal set Crown-sized and in silver Pitt Island, Balleny Island and Millennium Island FDC in the box of issue, Guernsey One Pound a 3-coin set comprising 1995 Queen Mother 95th Birthday, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday and 1997 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Wedding, nFDC to FDC in the a Westminster box (no capsules) with certificates, Medallic First Day Cover 1973 Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips Crow-sized silver Medal with stamps, UNC to FDC as issued in the white folder, along with buttons (2) GWR by J.Compton Sons and Webb Ltd, London in a tortoiseshell style box (£400 - £600) 728) World Silver Crown-sized (36), the majority being ‘The Kings and Queens of Great Britain’ 1999-2004 Silver Proofs, in the box of issue with certificates (£250 - £350) 729) World Silver Crown-sized a collection in 6 Westminster boxes (72) includes Early 20th Century China and India 1970s FAO issues, also some more unusual countries and types, in mixed grades some in UNC (£600 - £1,000) 730) World Silver Proof Issues (21) 1994-1997 the majority 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday issues Silver Proofs, 19 are Crown-sized, nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£150 - £200)

Miscellaneous Items (lots 731- 790) 731) A home made cabinet with 10 trays 520mm x 365mm x 445mm with some larger and deeper drawers would be suitable for display of larger items or possibly medals, in good second-hand condition (£0 - £20)

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732) A mixed lot with paranumismatic including medals (38) Coin Weights (10) low grade hammered silver including a Mary Groat (11) (£125 - £225) 733) Accessories including Lindner Trays (23), along with other trays and albums, in second-hand condition (£0 - £50) 734) Aluminium Carrying box containing 10 Lindner Trays, in very good condition (£100 - £150) 735) Aluminium Carrying box containing 9 Lindner Trays, in very good condition (£100 - £150) 736) An 18 carat Gold Chain 490mm in length, weighing 41 grammes, in good condition (£900 - £1,200) 737) An aluminium carrying case 292mm x 210mm x 85mm containing 6 Abafil trays, in good used condition (£0 - £20) 738) Book, Byzantine Coins by Philip Grierson (1982) in good second-hand condition (£50 - £60) 739) Books (10) includes English Milled Coinage by Cope and Rayner, 1975, The Gold Sovereign by Michael Marsh 1980, The Gold Half Sovereign by Michael Marsh 1982, English Proof and Pattern Crown-Size Pieces by Linecar and Stone 1968, Seaby’s Coin and Medal Bulletin (3) 1952, 1953 and 1971, in Fair condition (£0 - £20) 740) Coin Blanks (2) 30.5mm and 29mm diameter respectively, both in bronze, Fine one with some verdigris (£50 - £60) 741) Coin Cabinets (3) the first by Peter Nichols of St. Leonards professionally made, 325mm x 330mm x 185mm, 14 trays lockable with key, contains some coins : 1934 Pennies (9) Fine to NEF, Isle of Man Penny 1733 Fine, Farthing 1930 Fine, Decimal Two Pence (3) 2004, 2005 (2) UNC, Decimal Penny 2004 UNC, the second a home-made wooden cabinet with 7 trays and a sliding wooden door, the third more akin to a Doctor’s or Apothecaries cabinet with small square drawers this in need of some attention with one front door detached (£50 - £75) 742) Coin die, Lithuania 10 Centu 1990s reverse, now showing a few nicks to the edge (£25 - £50) 743) Coin Weights (6) for £3 - 12 Shillings, 27 Shillings, 21 Shillings, 18 Shillings, 13 Shillings and Sixpence and 10 Shillings and Sixpence, EF nicely matched (£50 - £70) 744) Display trays (22) most around Penny size, in very good second-hand condition (£100 - £150) 745) Empty Boxes including one for the 1927 Proof Set, a Lindner Tray and Three Fantasy Crowns in presentation packs (£15 - £30) 746) Engraved Doncaster Races Silver Ticket or pass 1800 with D&G engraved on the reverse, Fine with a couple of scratches, Rare (£70 - £90)

751) Lindner Trays x 13 good second hand, a variety of slot sizes (£75 - £100) 752) Madagascar Postage Stamps (2) 10 Cents red and 5 Cents green, on card the reverses Fine (£25 - £50) 753) Maundy Leather purses (6) White (4), Red (2), along with Maundy Fee envelopes (4) three are dated 1941, 1926 and 1916 (£60 - £80) 754) Maundy Order of Services (2) for Maundy Ceremonies at Westminster Abbey on 19 April 1962 and 7 April 1977 in good condition (£25 - £75) 755) Mint Error - Mis Strike Sovereign 2006 the obverse with a poorly struck mottled area at 9 o’clock over ETH.II.DE, UNC and unusual to see mis-strikes of gold coinage (£280 - £320)

756) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Crown 1965 Double Obverse, presumed skilfully done after minting, weight 27.42 grammes GEF (£50 - £75) 757) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Crown 1977 the reverse having an approximately 21mm diameter circular area of blank flan between the centre and 3 o’clock, interestingly no traces of this show on the obverse EF and unusual (£25 - £50) 758) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Farthing Victoria Bun Head Obverse brockage GEF with traces of lustre, rare to find this type of error in this high grade (£150 - £200) 759) Mint Error - Mis-strike Halfcrown 1817 Small Head a spectacular double strike with the second strike approximate 90 degrees offset VF and extremely unusual, Ex-Tennants 28/10/2009 Lot 772 (part) (£200 - £250) 760) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny undated Victoria Bun Head Obverse 7 Brockage VF (£50 - £100) 761) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Maundy Twopence 1679 with much of the legend double struck and mis-placed by 1mmFine/ Good Fine and unusual (£25 - £50) 762) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Obverse Brockage Farthing Victoria Bun head, Near Fine and unusual (£100 - £120) 763) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Obverse Brockage Halfpenny Victoria Bun Head, Beaded Border (Obverse 1) VF and unusual (£100 - £120) 764) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Obverse Brockage Penny Elizabeth II VF (£100 - £120)

747) Fantasy Halfcrowns (16) 1746 LIMA, 1818 (4), 1820 George III (2), 1878, 1885, 1890, 1923, 1936, 1942, 1948, 1951, 1958 all imitations in base metal in mixed grades (£10 - £30)

765) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Penny Elizabeth II Obverse Brockage (1961-1967) Fine with some surface marks, scarce thus (£125 - £150)

748) Fantasy Maundy Set 1936 Edward VIII in silver Lustrous UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£30 - £50)

766) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Obverse Brockage Penny Victoria Bun Head, Obverse 2, Near Fine with a dig on the ‘reverse’ (£100 - £120)

749) Imitation Spade Guineas and Half Guineas an accumulation in an album (108) all have been catalogued by Bryce and Warburton numbers from the publication ‘1000 Guineas’ a wide variety in mixed grades, some holed (£200 - £250) 750) Jewellers imitation of a Five Pounds 1887 probably cast, EF and in gold purity unknown (£500 - £600)

767) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Obverse Brockage Penny Victoria Bun Head, Obverse 6 , Fine (£120 - £150) 768) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Penny 183- struck off-centre with around 5mm blank flan, the last digit off the flan, About Fine and seldom seen (£150 - £200)

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769) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Reverse Brockage Halfpenny 1886, Near Fine (£100 - £120) 770) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Sixpence Obverse Brockage 1819 also with the 8 and 9 in date double struck, in an ANACS holder and graded AU50 (£300 - £350) 771) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Sixpence Obverse Brockage William III First Bust VG/Near Fine, Rare and unusual (£125 - £175) 772) Mint Error - Mis-Strikes (2) Obverse Brockage Halfpenny Elizabeth II, Obverse 3, NEF, 1966 struck off-centre with a raised lip at the edge, EF and lustrous (£100 - £120) 773) Mint Error - Mis-Strikes (8) and Counterstamped items (16) an interesting variety, 18th Century to Decimal coinage, in mixed grades (£50 - £100) 774) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Halfcrowns (3) 1961 the edge only partially milled with a plain raised approximately 1mm band all the way around the milling, also the centre of the shield not struck up Fine, 1964 struck off-centre with around 1.5mm raised lip on the reverse, also with a plain edge A/ UNC, 1965 struck from blocked or worn dies with part of the obverse legend not struck up NEF (£100 - £120) 775) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes World issues (21) all minor includes weak strikes, blank flans etc. in mixed grades to GEF (£18 - £35) 776) Model or Toy Money GB types, mainly by Lauer (43) and Spielgeld (71) in mixed grades many of the Spielgeld Lustrous UNC (£50 - £75) 777) Pay order for 50 Samoan dollars, signed by Robert Louis Stevenson dated 1890, Stevenson lived in Samoa between 1890 & 1894, unique item (£350 - £500) 778) Pennies (2) 1866 and 1879 both imitations VG to Fine, previously part of the Laurie Bamford collection, who stated that he had only encountered very few copies of Bun Pennies over many years of collecting (£60 - £80) 779) Postal Administration of Zambia - Auto 100, 25 of the World’s Greatest Classic Cars, The Classic Car Gold Stamp Collection each cover comprising a page of explanatory text and a large example of the 1.50 Kwacha stamps each in 22 carat gold, and depicting each of the 25 vehicles UNC in the folder of issue (£150 - £200) 780) Postcards in Five albums including World War one, an early wedding album, and an old book on trains (£200 - £300) 781) Royal Mint Trial Dies 1957 Britannia Moneta legend with Britannia striking coins, struck in cupro-nickel (10) weight range 5.17 to 5.33 grammes VF to EF (£100 - £120) 782) Sixpence William III 1696 First bust with a bird counterstamp on the reverse, Near Fine/Fine and unusual (£30 - £50) 783) Sovereign 1890 Fine in a 9 carat gold mount with chain, total weight 18.55 grammes (£300 - £400) 784) The Diamond Jubilee Monarchs Super Crown 88mm London Mint Office Tristan Da Chuna 10 Crowns “Antique Silver Finish” cased Unc, along with fantasy Gothic Crown 86mm cased BU (£100 - £120) 785) The original dies for George V Fantasy Crowns 1918 INA Series, originally cost over £1200 to make (see lots 983 and 984) (£600 - £1,200)

786) Threepence fantasy Edward VIII uniface in hard wax (?) undated the portrait in the style of the Threepence Pattern, Fine, an unusual item of interest for the Edward VIII enthusiast (£50 - £150) 787) Treasures of Tek Sing Original Chinese Porcelain from the Famous 1822 Shipwreck dish (soup bowl size in a presentation box with historical narrative on the back (4) (£25 - £50) 788) Trial Pieces (2), Birmingham Mint, 26mm diameter in cupronickel, undated Reverse: Manufacturers of Non-Ferrous Alloys, in centre: ‘In Sheets Strip Wire Blanks Tubes Stampings, Etc. and Coinage’ in 7 lines, Plain Edge, A/UNC with a small toning spot on the reverse, Royal Mint 1957 Britannia Moneta/6-point star 25mm diameter with scalloped edge, About EF with the appearance of a ‘hand-cut’ edge (£30 - £50) 789) USA Dollar 1885 the reverse enamelled in 5 colours, the workmanship of good quality, pin mounted (£100 - £120) 790) Victorian Electrotype or Museum Copy Charles I Oxford Pound 1642 in silver Fine to Good Fine and of very good style (£25 - £75)

British Tokens (lots 791-841) 791) 17th Century Buckinghamshire (2) Brill 26 William Golder Fair, Tingewick 135 VG (£80 - £100) 792) 17th Century Cambridgeshire (8) Arrington Bridge 7, Cambridge (2) 24, 52, Ely 105, Hinxton 132, Isleham 139, Linton 144, Whittlesey 195 (£125 - £150) 793) 17th Century Essex (8) Chipping Ongar 73, Coggeshall 75, Colchester 143, Halstead 191, Hedingham Castle and Sible 205, Saffron Walden 282, Springfield 291, Witham 351, all attributed, Fair to Fine (£150 - £200) 794) 17th Century Farthings (2) Wiltshire - Marlborough 1668 Dickinson 123/4 Fair, the second worn and unidentified (£20 - £40)

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795) 17th Century Hampshire (3) Andover Town 14, Portsmouth Richard Marks 153, Winchester John Cleer 215 all Fine, Hertfordshire (3) Barkway John Kent 17, Royston Thomas Godfrey 164, St. Albans 172/3 VG to Fine (£130 - £160) 796) 17th Century Huntingdon (6) Eynesbury, Andrew Selby 7, Godmanchester Henry Beck 10, Huntingdon, William Lambe 17, St.Ives (2)Thomas Berriffe 36, Jonathon Read 49, Stilton John Metheringham, Fair to NF (£70 - £80) 797) 17th Century Kent (14) Honychild 354, Margate (2) 404, 410, Gravesend (2) 419, 425, Milton-next-Sittingbourne 431, Ramsgate 453, Sandwich 501, Sittingbourne (2) , Sturry 542/3, Wingham 569, Wrotham 579, Yalding 589, all attributed, Fair to Near Fine (£250 - £300) 798) 17th Century Kent (15) Canterbury (2) 55, 77/8,Chatham (2) 92, 104, Deal 158, Deptford 177, Eltham 248, Farningham 262, Gravesend (3) 300, 301, 308, Greenwich (2)314, 325, Harrietsham 346, Hawkhurst 349, all attributed Fair to Fine (£325 - £375)

Canada also an off-centre George III contemporary counterfeit Halfpenny, in mixed grades a few VF or slightly better (£75 - £125) 806) Colliery Tokens (5) Hensingham 26mm diameter in copper undated (c.1760) Fine, Curwen Unicorn 1750 Reversed C’s monogram 24mm diameter in brass About Fine, Land Shipping Colliery Pembrokeshire, Lowther Arms/monogram/ Dragon left VG, Clifton 1735 Crest of the Lowther family, a dragon, Countermarked Ł on either side VF, Essex 1736 IK Walton with the date countermarked on either side 22mm diameter in copper, Fine (£160 - £200) 807) Farthings 18th Century (6) Dorset 1795 DH10 EF, Pembrokeshire 1793 DH1 Fine, Warwickshire 1791 DH481 NVF, South Wales (3) 1793 DH26A VF, 1793 DH27A VF, 1793 DH29 NVF (£50 - £75) 808) France Jetton 1680 Bust right LVDOVICVS MAGNVS REX Reverse Sun and rays DITAT INEXHAVSTVS 26mm in silver EF (£50 - £75)

799) 17th Century Kent (15) Dymchurch 197, Gravesend 293, Honychild 354, Lenham 372, Lydd 377, Maidstone (2) 393, 398, Malling 400, Margate (3) 406, 410, 413, Penhurst 444, New Romney 482, Wye 582, all attributed, Fair to Fine (£350 - £400)

809) Gaming Counters, To Hanover tokens, transport tokens and more (190) in mixed grades (£60 - £70)

800) 17th Century Kent (4) Dartford, Robert Capon 130, Robert Taylor 143, Deal James Coston 148, Dymchurch Andrew Clifford 197 Fair to Fine, 17th Century Sussex (8) Arundel Thomas Withers 17, Chichester William Fletcher 44, Thomas Godleman 48, Robert Hichcock 52, Thomas Spatehurst 62, Richard Younge 72, Midhurst Robat Atkinson 128, Robertsbridge Robert Grove 151 Fair to Fine (£240 £260)

811) Germany Canteen Token undated Kantine, brass 50 Pfennigs, Kreuzer Emden type, 24mm in brass Fine/VF (£40 - £60)

801) 17th Century Northamptonshire (18) Northampton (9) 68, 69, 74, 75, 80, 81, 83, 85, 86/7, 104 (octagonal), 127, Towcester (5), 160, 163, 165 (octagonal), 167, 168, Weedon 171, Wellingborough 178, all with attributions, in mixed grades Good to Bold Fine (£250 - £300) 802) 17th Century Yorkshire (13) Doncaster (3) 65, 80/81, 83, Howden 129, Kingston-upon-Hull 155, Kirkby Moorside 168, Malton (3) 224, 225, 227, Pontefract 258, Scarborough 297, Thirsk 351, York 385, all attributed,. Fair to Fine (£450 - £550) 803) 17th Century Yorkshire (8) Bentham Will Overend 21, Beverley George Lamplugh 27, William Wilberfoss 32, Bridlington Town 45, Thomas Fenton 52, Doncaster Thomas Burton 65, George Rasine 80/1 Otteweell Robotham 83 VG to Near Fine (£150 - £175) 804) Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper weighing 6.8 grammes, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove’s book which is named on the medalet. The second edition of the book ran to 185 pages. Obverse: BEWARE OF THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMP.Y SOME OF WHOSE FRAUD, OPPRESSION, PERJURY, FORGERY, & ROBBERY &Ca, ARE SET FORTH IN ...Reverse: .AUGUSTUS COVE’S PUBLICATIONS. ENTITLED THE TOCSIN SOUNDED OR THE BULL TAKEN BY THE HORNS &c TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS Lustrous About UNC with a few spots, Rare (£140 - £160) 805) Australia Penny Token 1862 Melbourne, T.Stokes KM#Tn236.1 VF as part of a group (27) comprising 18th Century Halfpennies (17), and a small but wide-ranging group (10) includes 19th Century GB and 19th Century

810) GB and World Tokens and Medals 20th Century issues (16) in mixed grades to UNC (£40 - £60)

812) Halfcrown 19th Century Northumberland 1811 Newcastleon-Tyne, Withers 1, Fine/Good Fine (£70 - £100) 813) Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Warwickshire - Wilkinson 1793 DH393a Prooflike AU/UNC nicely toned, Yorkshire - Leeds 1793 Bishop Blaze/Leeds Cloth Hall DH34 Toned A/UNC, Middlesex - Eaton’s 1795 Bust left/A cockerel crowing over pigs in a sty DH301 GEF/AU, Farthings 18th Century (2) Middlesex - Spences 1795 Man riding Bull with ass’s head DH1078 A/UNC toned, Somerset - Bath 1795 Tea Chest/ Monogram DH122 Plain edge, Rare A/UNC toned (£120 £150) 814) Halfpennies 18th Century (48), Pennies 19th Century (2), Royal Carriage Department 1547 Token, George III Gaming token, in mixed grades to NVF, along with a further group Halfpenny 1662 Bristol VG, Halfpennies 18th Century (5), Wellington Halfpenny Cuidad Rodrigo 1812, Halfpenny Norwich 1811 VG, Sixpence Hull 1811 VG/Fine scratched, Germany 10 Pfennigs Notgeld 1918 Bonn Fine with some discolouration (£140 - £160) 815) Halfpennies 18th Century North Wales (2) 1793 Plain edge DH1f NEF/GVF with a trace of lustre, 1793 DH2 Cambridge, Bedford and Huntingdon edge GVF (£50 - £75) 816) Halfpennies Grendon 1842 William Ward West Bromwich (2) EF to UNC as part of a group of Sixpences to Farthings 18th and 19th Century (14) these in mixed grades VG to NVF (£50 - £75) 817) Halfpenny 18th Century Anglesey undated mule Withers 427 Reverse Woolsack, SALOP WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, edge ANGLESEY, LONDON OR LIVERPOOL, VF unpriced by Withers (£40 - £60) 818) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex 1789 National Series DH932 struck in brass EF (£70 - £90) 819) Halfpenny 18th Century Norfolk undated mule Obverse Dove and Cornucopia/Reverse Man in loom, Edge: PAYABLE IN HULL AND IN LONDON, an unusual combination, unlisted by Daltons or Withers, EF with some small spots (£30 - £60)

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820) Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham Kempson’s 1794 DH162 Lustrous UNC and prooflike (£70 - £90) 821) Market Tokens (46) a wide variety of denominations, includes Spitalfields, St. Pancras, Covent Garden and Stratford, Billingsgate in many different shapes, sizes and metals, a few bimetallic, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 822) Medals, Coin Weights, Tokens and Toy Money (50) includes Admiral Vernon Portobello Medal, prize Medal W.W.Field Challenge Sculls 1899-1900 Oxford Rowing Club 45mm diameter in silver VF, Christopher Evelyn Blunt 80th Birthday 16th July 1984 49mm diameter in bronze EF, Thomas Charles 1885 Eimer 1713 Welsh language inscription (Search the Scriptures, for in them ye think ye have eternal life, and they are they which testify of me - Jesus Christ) 44mm diameter in bronze EF, Emergency May 1926 medal 51mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed, Pope Paul VI - St. Peter and St. Paul martyrs 44mm diameter in bronze EF, as part of 18th to 20th Century a wide ranging group, in mixed grades a few EF (£275 - £350) 823) Miners Time Check, A.J. Worthington Leek (3) numbered 259, 270 & 387, brass. Each pierced VF. C & W Walker Ltd. Midland Works Donnington no. 260, Ironworks Time Check brass VF. (£25 - £35) 824) Pennies 18th Century (2) Somerset 1794 Bath Botanical Gardens NVF, Lancashire 1794 Lancaster Bridge DH4 struck in white metal, Fine, Farthing 18th Century Dorset 1795 Poole Jas Bayley, Draper GEF, Halfpenny 19th Century 1814 Sailing Ship, For the Convenience of Trade Withers 1415 Good Fine, Very Rare (£130 - £150) 825) Pennies 19th Century (10) all different Fine to VF (£60 - £70) 826) Pennies 19th Century (10) all different Fine to VF (£60 - £70) 827) Pennies 19th Century (10) all different Fine to VF (£60 - £70) 828) Pennies 19th Century (10) all different Fine to VF (£60 - £70) 829) Scotland Unofficial Farthings (4) Edinburgh Jason Lewis Grocer 7170 VG, James Michell Tobacconist 7218 Fine, Glasgow E.Waterson Tobacconists 7455 Good Fine, Lanarkshire Wm.Miller 7534 VG (£50 - £60) 830) Shilling 19th Century Buckinghamshire - High Wycombe 1811 James Gomme Davis 1 About EF and lustrous (£25 - £50) 831) Shilling 19th Century Nottinghamshire - Newark 1811 Town Hall/T.Stanshall, Chas Moor, Richd Fisher, Wm.Fillingham, Wm Readett and T.Wilson, Davis 5, EF and lustrous (£90 - £120) 832) Shilling Warwickshire - Birmingham 1811 Birmingham Workhouse Davis 6 GVF and with some lustre, Sixpence Yorkshire - Sheffield 1811 Tounge and Deakin Davis 54 VG (£35 - £55) 833) Slave Token ‘AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER’ Kneeling Slave with clasped hands DH 1038A VF and scarce (£70 - £90) 834) Tavern Tokens (4) Twopence Kings Arms Low Town, Pudsey, undated, Fine, Threepence Val Watkins, Albion Hotel Aston Rd.North undated EF, Two and a Half Pence Val Watkins, Albion Hotel Aston Rd.North undated EF with some stains, Threehalfpence 1850 George Hotel Castle Carry F.W.Harrold EF and lustrous (£60 - £80) 835) Tokens and medals in copper and bronze some from overseas (25) mostly 18th century Halfpennies, mixed grades (£60 - £90)

836) Tokens 18th Century a small group (4) Shilling Angusshire - Dundee DH4 undated NVF, Halfpennies (3) Kent - Dover 1794 W.Pitt Cinque Ports Token DH16 GEF and lustrous with a planchet clip, Somerset - Bath undated DH31 Bust of Stanhope NEF/EF, Middlesex 1795 Davidsons Sise Lane DH295 NEF (£160 - £200) 837) Tokens a mixed group dating back to the 17th century, some in silver some with lustre (lot) (£300 - £400) 838) Tokens a small group (4) Lewes Co-op societies 2 lb. Loaf (2), Sixpence 1885 W.Rogers, West Street, Hastings, Sweden 3 Ore, C.C Sporrong & Co, Mosebacke, Gangbro, Stockholm, along with a One Penny Model undated by J.Moore, Fine to VF (£20 - £40) 839) Tokens and medals , includes 18th and 19th Century types, Spitalfields and Stratford Market tokens and others (220, all different) in mixed grades (£340 - £380) 840) Tokens, Medals, mis-strikes and paranumismatic items (196) an interesting mix, some EF (£350 - £400) 841) World a collection of Tokens and medals mostly modern issues in base metal, in album pages (lot) (£40 - £80)

Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 842-943 ) 842) 1000 Years of British Monarchy, Sterling Silver Proof Edition, silver ingots. 50 x 2 oz. (66.5 gms each) hallmarked silver ingots Lustrous UNC in a wooden display case (£1,000 £1,500) 843) 150 Years of Railway History a medallic First Day Cover 1975 Stockton and Darlington Railway by the Birmingham Mint UNC as issued with stamps, also a 3-medal set 150 Years of Railway History 1975 Stockton and Darlington Railway, the medals depicting Abbotsford 1876, Caerphilly Castle 1923 and High Speed Train 1975 UNC in the wallet of issue (£50 - £75) 844) 200th Anniversary of The Battle of Trafalgar (2) both 63mm diamrtre bronze and silver 2015 by The Royal Mint Unc and in the presentation boxes as issued with display stand (£75 - £100) 845) A Bronze Arctic medal 1818-1855, designed by Leonard Charles Wyon, octagonal form, reverse with a three masted ship “For Arctic Discoveries”, 1818-1855 in exergue, obverse Queen Victoria to left, VICTORIA REGINA with beaded border, on a 4mm thick flan, UNC in the box of issue with some minor contact marks (£2,000 - £2,500) 846) A mixed group including some large white metal and silver issues (lot) (£250 - £350) 847) A Royal Society George VI medal 1945 by Royal Mint, 73mm diameter in carat gold and weighing 298.18 grammes, UNC and lustrous, presented to Dr Edward James Salisbury C.B.E. FRS, in original red leather presentation box, along with the original red leather folio containing an approval letter dated 9th November 1945 on Buckingham Palace notepaper, signed by the Keeper of the Privy Purse, also a CBE confirmation letter with handwritten signature George R I, Dr Edward Salisbury’s doctorate certificate from the University of Glasgow and an Honorary Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners of London certificate dated 19th November 1951, at the time the Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, a most interesting group of related paperwork honouring Dr. Salisbury’s achievements (£4,000 - £6,000)

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851) China, Republic, two bronze medals Dogma Uprising 1927 and another unidentified. GVF. (2) (£30 - £50) 852) Christmas Ingots (21) by Franklin Mint each around 65 grammes in sterling silver 1971 Sleigh Scene (4), 1974 The Snowman (3), 1975 The Open Sleigh (3), 1976 Christmas Landscape (3), 1977 Making Gingerbread (3), 1978 Waiting for Santa (3), 1980 Bringing in the Gifts (2) UNC to FDC some with light tone, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£440 - £550) 853) Churchill Centenary Medals by John Pinches 1973 for the Churchill Centenary Trust, 24 silver gilt Crown size medals in an album with text. With an additional Medal of the 1941 Address to the US Congress UNC as issued (£200 - £300) 854) Churchill Centenary Medals by John Pinches 1973 for the Churchill Centenary Trust, 24 silver gilt Crown size medals in an album with text. With an additional Medal of the 1941 Address to the US Congress UNC as issued (£200 - £300) 855) Churchill Centenary Medals by John Pinches 1973 for the Churchill Centenary Trust, 24 silver Crown size medals each around 25 grammes, in an album. nFDC with House of Commons letter, Great Britons Medallic First Day Covers 4 coin cover set, along with GB and world these including 1964 Tokyo Olympics 1000 Yen and a Spanish silver 5 pesetas (lot) (£200 - £350) 848) America in Space by Franklin Mint (issued 1977) a 60-piece set in sterling silver each coin around 12mm diameter Prooflike UNC in the box of issue (£50 - £75) 849) Assorted medals (11), France prize medal 1888 bronze, Louis XVIII Statue of Henri IV by Andrieu 1817, bronze, Great Britain, South Islington and Pentonville Schools 1841, International Exhibition South Kensington 1862, both white metal, Institute of Actuaries presentation medal bronze, Italy, Papacy cliché by Hamerani, oval portrait medals (4), bronze, Symbolic Eagle of St John the Evangelist on uniface bronze medal. Together with a Richard Falkiner pattern 10 ECU & Russian Rouble 1898. Generally GVF or better (13). (£180 - £220)

856) Coronation of Caroline 1727 34mm diameter in Silver Eimer 512 the official Coronation issue Obv. Bust Left CAROLINA. D.G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA. Rev The Queen standing flanked by Religion and Britannia. HIC.AMOR. HAEC.PATRIA Exergue CORON.XI.OCTOB. MDCCXXVII Fine (£60 - £80) 857) Coronation of Charles II 1661 29mm diameter in Silver by T.Simon, the official Coronation Issue Eimer 221 Obv. Bust right crowned and draped, Rev. the King enthroned, left, crowned by Peace hovering above EVERSO.MISSVS. SVCCVRRERE.SECLO.XXIII APR.1661 GEF and attractively toned with some light hairlines, Rare in this high grade (£650 - £750)

850) Charles I silver Royalist badge by T. Rawlins, crowned bust right, Reverse Shield within garter, crowned, weight 20.33 grammes, Good Fine, with loop for suspension (£850 £950)

858) Coronation of Edward VII 1902 (2) The Official Royal Mint Issues 56mm diameter in bronze EF boxed, and 30nn diameter in silver NEF, as part of a group of Medals, Tokens and Paranumismatic items (110) (£25 - £50)

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859) Coronation of Edward VII 1902 38mm diameter in bronze Obverse Crowned bust right, 1902 behind, legend in right field EDVARDVS SEPTIMUS REX ET IMPERATOR in 8 lines, Reverse Royal Coat of Arms atop the Order of the Garter flanked by Crowned Lion and Unicorn supporters, GEF (£25 - £35) 860) Coronation of George I 1714 the official Coronation issue, 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Eimer 470 Obverse Bust right armoured and draped GEORGIVS. D.G. MAG. BRI. FR. ET. HIB. REX Reverse the King enthroned right is crowned by Britannia Exergue INAVGVRAT. XX. OCT. MDCCXIII UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and a small flan imperfection in the reverse field, rare this nice (£325 - £425)

865) Coronation of William IV 1831 55mm diameter in pewter NVF, George III French Treaty 1814 in white metal Fine, as part of a group of medals (40) mostly 20th Century in base metal many commemorating Jubilees or Coronations in mixed grades many EF (£100 - £150) 866) Coronations and Jubilees 1837-1953 a 7-medal set in silver by John Pinches comprising Victoria Coronation, Victoria Diamond Jubilee, Edward VII Coronation, George V Coronation, George V Silver Jubilee, Edward VIII Ascension, and George VI Coronation all struck in silver, Prooflike UNC and toned, in the original box of issue, with certificate, number 119 of only 250 sets produced (£260 £320)

861) Coronation of George VI 1937 32mm diameter in gold Eimer 2046a by P.Metcalfe, The official Royal Mint issue, Lustrous UNC with some hairlines (£850 - £950)

867) Death of King George IV 1830 41mm diameter in bronze by T.W.Ingram, Birmingham Obverse Bust left GEORGIUS IV DEI GRATIA, Reverse Tomstone attended by mourners Britannia and Liberty BORN AUGt 12 1762: ASCENDED JANy 29.1820 CROWN’D JULY 19.1821, unlisted by Eimer, EF (£70 - £100) 868) Denmark Nordic Industry, Agriculture and Art Exhibition 1888 Obverse: Christian IX Bust Right, Reverse View of Building, 46mm diameter in White Metal by Lindahl, EF (£80 - £100)

862) Coronation of James II 1685 34mm diameter in silver Eimer 273 the official Coronation issue Obverse Bust right Laureate, armoured and draped, IACOBVS. II. D.G. ANG. SCO. FR. ET. HI. REX Reverse a Laurel Wreath upon a cushion; above, a hand issuing from heaven. A. MILITARI. AD. REGIAM. Exergue: INAVGVRAT. 23. AR. 1685 by J.Roettier GVF (£250 - £350)

863) Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 The Official Royal Mint issue 36mm diameter in silver by B.Pistrucci Eimer 1315 Obverse Bust left draped and wearing a bandeau. VICTORIA. D.G. BRITANNIARUM REGINA F.D. Reverse Victoria enthroned left, receives a crown from Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM Exergue. INAUGURATA DIE JUNII XXVIII MDCCCXXXVIII A/UNC and nicely toned over prooflike fields (£175 - £250) 864) Coronation of William and Mary 1689 35mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier, Eimer 312, Obverse: conjoined and draped busts GVLIELMVS.ET.MARIA.REX.ET.REGINA, Reverse: Jove hurling thunder at Phaethon falling from chariot NE TOTVS ANBVMATVRN UNC or near so with light hairlines and contact marks only (£700 - £800)

869) Duke of Cumberland (3) Battle of Culloden 1746 Eimer 605 36mm diameter in bronze, Reverse: Battle Scene, Fine, Carlisle Recaptured Eimer 600 Reverse: Lion subdues a Wolf, Fine, Carlisle Recaptured 1745 Obverse Bust right, draped, WILL DUKE CUMB BRITISH HERO (as Eimer 599), Reverse the Duke, as a Warrior, attacks a hydra, in the distance a city, Fine (£150 - £175) 870) Edward VII Coronation 1902 31mm diameter in gold Eimer 1871 by G.W.de Saulles The Official Royal Mint issue UNC or very near so (£950 - £1,250)

871) Edward VIII Gold Medal for the proposed Coronation 1937 19.08 grammes, Lustrous UNC comes with contemporary Spink box and reported to have been issued by them (£800 - £1,000) 872) England’s Ashes Victory 2005 crown sized gold medal 22 carat 39.9 grams commemorating the England cricket team’s victory in a five test match series over Australia in 2005. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with certificate No 25 of just 123 minted (£1,000 - £1,500) 873) European Medals (9), France Francois I (1515-47) medal with two portraits by Paris Mint, bronze gilt, Bonaparte plaster, incuse, J-L David 1746-1825 uniface portrait medal by Paris Mint, bronze. Charles V Real d’Or medal,

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bronze. Louis XV Double Louis de Nouilles medal dated 1717, Carol V silvered gilt medal, Rene Descartes COGITO plaque, silvered metal. Together with two Papacy medals in bronze for Clement XI and Innocent XIII. Generally GVF. (9). (£140 - £180) 874) France Silver Jetton 1818 Octagonal, Agricultural Society of Cher Obverse: Agricultural tools and Wheat, Reverse :SOCIÉTÉ D’AGRICULTURE DU CHER / FONDÉE À BOURGES EN 1818 EF and attractively toned (£30 - £40) 875) France, Battle of Sole bay (Suffolk) 1672 41mm diameter in silver Obverse Bust of Louis XIV right LUDOVICUS XIIII . REX CHRISTAINISSIMUS, Reverse Neptune standing in his car, VICTORIA NAVALIS on a banner above in exergue: MDCLXXII, GVF, comes with printed pages of History of the Battle and background to the town of Sole Bay and the Battle, also the first Battle of the Third Dutch War 16721674), this medal very rare in silver (£150 - £450) 876) George IV - Regent of the United Kingdom 1811 Eimer 1015 GEF in white metal, in the folding box of issue, George VI Coronation medal 1937 57mm diameter in silver, Matt Finish UNC, The John H.King medal Seedsmen by Royal Warrant to the King (2) White metal and Gilt, UNC boxed, Death of Edward VIII 1972 UNC in silver by John Pinches, boxed, Silver Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 1972 in Silver Matt finished, by John Pinches, UNC boxed with certificate, along with Tokens and Medals (6) a small and mixed group, and Farthing 1875H these in mixed grades (£75 - £100) 877) Germany Prize medal 15th Shooting Union Friedrich Grossherzog von Baden 1896, 21-28 Juni Silver medal 45mm diameter in silver by Mayer and Wilhelm Reverse Germania standing, with view of city behind XV Verbandschiessen Mannheim EF (£40 - £60) 878) Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1887 Eimer 1733 58mm diameter in Gold, the official Royal Mint issue. (weight 85.37 grammes) Obverse Bust left Crowned and Veiled. VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX. Reverse Enthroned figure of Empire, facing, flanked by standing figures of Science, Letters and Art left, opposite those of Industry and Agriculture right, at their feet below Empire are Mercury reclining and Time Above two cherubs displaying shields inscribed MDCCCLXXXVII and MDCCCXXXVII and V.R.I in a wreath between . IN. COMMEMORATION. Exergue. Five linked shields inscribed ASIA AMERICA EUROPE AUSTRALASIA and AFRICA by J.E.Boehm and F.Leighton NEF with some small rim nicks, comes with a red contemporary Spink and Son box (£3,000 - £3,500)

879) Hong Kong, International Coin Exposition 1988 70mm diameter, 5 ounce Silver Proof, Prooflike UNC with some toning to the rims, in the box of issue with certificate, only 1000 pieces issued (£90 - £120) 880) India, the Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition 1904 51mm diameter in bronze about EF with some discolouration, in the brown case of issue (£80 - £100) 881) Institution of Civil Engineers , Stephenson Medal 1848 awarded to Whately Eloit M.Institute Civil Engineer Session 1897-8, Eimer 1429 Obverse Bust left, GEORGE STEPHENSON B.1781 D.1848 THE INST.C.E.INCORP.1828 Reverse: View of locomotive, marked No.2 on its side LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE BUILT BY GEORGE STEPHENSON 1816 47mm diameter in silver, gilded by J.S and A.B Wyon EF boxed (£100 - £150) 882) Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.IORWERTH TYWSOG.CYMRU.M.G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince’s crest within Garter, crowned EF in the Royal Mint box of issue (£100 - £120) 883) Ireland - Republic Padraig H. Pearse 1879-1916 boxed commemorative medal two piece set (50mm and 36mm diameters) in 22 carat gold by Paul Vincze 1966, 1916 - 1966 50 years anniversary of Easter Rising PADRAIG H PEARCE 1879 - 1916 surrounding right facing portrait obverse WE PLEDGE OUR LIVES AND THE LIVES OF OUR COMRADES IN ARMS TO THE CUASE OF ITS FREEDOM OF ITS WELFARE AND OF ITS EXALTATION AMONG THE NATIONS 24th April 1916 reverse above two figures holding flags, total weight 189 grams so over 5 1/2 ounces pure gold content so the gold value alone in the region of £5,500 but rare as medals especially this large double gold issue. Choice Unc in the two coin green display box with 1916 - 1966 in gold on the lid with Certificate of Guarantee from WARBOYS COMPANY LIMITED Dublin. Paul Vincze also designed coins and is responsible for designs on coins from The Channel Islands, Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Nigeria and more (£5,000 - £6,000)

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889) Medals and Clichés (22) 18th to 20th Century a varied selection of subjects, in mixed grades VG to VF (£40 - £60) 890) Medals and Tokens (47) 18th to 20th Century, a varied group, in mixed grades (£150 - £200) 891) Medals on stamp covers (10), replica Victorian campaign medals set into an envelope with stamps franked with name of battle. Issued by Benham, Kent. Assorted medals, South Africa 1853 copy, Crimea 1854 2 bars Balaklava & Sebastopol copy, 1939- 45 Star, Defence Medal, War Medals (2) copies, Campaign Service Medal bar Northern Ireland copy, Operational Service Medal, copy, together with other assorted bars and ribbons Victoria Cross, copy, Waterloo Medal 1815, copy, Defence & War Medals. GVF. Together with a bag of assorted medal ribbons, photographs of medals and Buckingham Palace Memorial card & M.O.D. Veterans card. (4) (£100 - £170) 892) Norman Rockwell’s Fondest Memories a 10-ingot set by Franklin Mint (issued 1973) each around 97 grammes of sterling silver Lustrous UNC (£240 - £400)

884) London School Board Attendance Medals (8) 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904 in bronze (1), white metal (3), and gilt (4) all presented to T.Rundle, all with clasps and pins, EF in the original boxes, very seldom seen in high grades and with these original boxes: Note: stated by the vendor to be ‘probably Thomas W. Rundle of Willesden (£55 - £95) 885) Medallic First Day Cover set in 3 albums United Nations series, issued 1971-1973 (15 covers) each with a Crownsized sterling silver medal and stamp on the envelope nFDC to FDC as issued, (£100 - £150) 886) Medals (10) George I c.1714 (undated) Eimer 471 25mm diameter in silver Obverse Bust right, Reverse Shield within Garter with Lion and Unicorn supporters, Diev et mon droit on a scroll below, Fine, Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 The Official Royal Mint issue 26mm diameter in silver Eimer 1817 EF toned, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 The Official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver Eimer 1871 EF, Coronation of George V 1911 the Official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver, Eimer 1922 UNC in the paper envelope of issue, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 The Official Royal Mint issue 32mm diameter in silver Eimer 2029 UNC, Coronation of George VI 1937 The Official Royal Mint issue in silver 32mm diameter in silver Eimer 2046 GEF, Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 The Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze UNC in the red box of issue, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 The Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1871 UNC with a small spot on the reverse, Coronation of George V 1911 the Official Royal Mint issue 51mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1922 UNC in the red box of issue, South African War National Commemorative 1900 45mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1851 by Spink and Son EF (£120 - £150) 887) Medals 19th and 20th Century (36) includes Coronation, Jubilee and Royal Wedding types, base metal issues, in mixed grades to UNC (£50 - £100) 888) Medals a varied group (over 40)includes Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 the official Royal Mint Issue 25mm diameter in silver (3) Fine (2) and NEF, George V Silver Jubilee 1935 the official Royal Mint issues 32mm diameter in silver (2) EF to UNC, boxed, Coronation of Edward VIII 1937 38mm diameter in silver VF, a small group of Masonic items, and Ireland Halfpennies (2) 1723 Woods (2) Fine and VF (£50 - £100)

893) Of Cuban Interest from a Cuban collection (4), Harvard Institute 1923 Alumni medal 42mm diameter in silver awarded to P.G.Mendoza VF with suspension loop, National Reconciliation medal (c.1933) Obverse Bust left wearing armour and plumed helmet, Reverse Arms of Cuba surmounted by a Phrygian bonnet bearing a fivepointed star within oak and laurel wreath, ribbon with one line of 7 chevrons NVF the ribbon with some stains, Order of Military Merit, Fourth Class, in bronze gilt, red enamel, with red ribbon VF, Bartolome Maso Centenary 1830-1930 31.5mm diameter in bronze GVF with some contact marks (£145 - £175) 894) Olympic Games 1908 London, Commemorative medal 50mm diameter by B.Mackennal, silvered and toned, Eimer 1904 Obverse Fame standing upon a globe, facing, head right with trumpet and palm branch ELIS ATHENS PARIS St. LOUIS LONDON IN COMMEMORATION OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES HELD IN LONDON 1908 Reverse a quadriga advancing left, driven by two standing figures, inscribed Laughton on the edge About EF in the red box of issue (£500 - £600) 895) One Thousand Years of British Monarchy 973-1973 (minted 1973-1977) Silver Proof Edition containing 50 x 65 grammes sterling silver ingots, comes in the large wooden display box with hardback book nFDC to FDC most of the ingots still sealed in the cards, these cards now cut (£800 - £1,400) 896) Original Gold Designs of Augustus Saint Gaudens a 5-medal set undated, each 2 Troy ounces of .999 silver Prooflike UNC in the wooden box of issue (£90 - £140) 897) Papal Medal 1925 Pius Xi 55mm diameter in silver Obv: Bust left PIVS.XI.PONT.MAX.ANNO.SACRO.MCMXXV Rev: a Cross on top of a globe DE.CHR.NOMINE.PROPAG. REBVS.IN.VATIC.EXPOSITIS. Below BENEMERENTI GVF and with an attractive grey tone (£40 - £80) 898) Peace of Breda 1667 56mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier, Eimer 241 Obverse Bust right, laureate, Reverse Britannia seated on sea-shore, left, surveys her fleet, above, sun pierces clouds, FAVENTAE DEO Exergue: BRITANNIA, VF with some contact marks and two edge knocks, Rare (£475 - £525) 899) Primrose League medals Special Service 1886, Special Service Founder and 1885 and 1889 bars, and a third item, a bar with Special service 1884, the first boxed, and with information letter in excellent condition (£25 - £50)

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900) Prize medal Oldham Blue-Coat School 1829 Edge: presented to Jon.n Mellor : Presented by the Subscribers to the School 20th April 1829. 54mm diameter in silver Obv: View of the School OLDHAM BLUE - COAT SCHOOL in exergue: The Ceremonial Stone was laid by THOs BARKER ESQre APRIL th 1829 -- Richd Lane Architect, Rev: ERECTED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION. AND ENDOWED BY THE WILL OF THE LATE THOMAS HENSHAW ESQr FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND EDUCATION OF POOR CHILDREN in 10 lines, within a wreath NEF the obverse with some thin scratches (£80 - £120) 901) Queen Caroline Coronation 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 512 Obverse Bust left wearing a bandeau, CAROLINA.D:G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA. Reverse the Queen stands facing, between Religion and Britannia. HIC.AMOR HAEC. PATRIA. Exergue CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII About Fine (£25 - £50) 902) Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 The Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze EF boxed, along with a further group (14) in base metal 1812-2002 a varied selection, in mixed grades some UNC (£35 - £55) 903) Roberts Birds a 5-medal set in silver 51mm diameter by Franklin Mint (numbers 46-50) comprising White Ibis, Nene, Purple Martin, Bluebird and Rough-Legged Hawk issues FDC in the boxes of issue (four are still sealed) (£70 - £130) 904) Royal Mint Medallions 1990 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Silver Proof, along with Royal Mint Medallions in bronze (9) 1989 City of London 800th Anniversary of the Mayoralty, 1990 (undated) Battle of Waterloo 175th Anniversary, 1991 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Henry VIII, 1992 Millennium of the Office High Sheriff, 1993 Tercentenary of the Birth of John Harrison, 1994 Tower Bridge Centenary (2), 1995 National Trust Centenary (2) UNC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificate (£70 - £120) 905) Saudi Arabia, Commemorative Medal 1986 King Fahd/ Shaykh Isâ, Gold Proof The Opening of the Saudi-Bahrain Causeway, 1406h/1986 AD, Obverse: facing busts, Reverse: view of the causeway, 31.09 grammes, Proof About FDC (£1,000 - £1,200) 906) Sir Winston Churchill 90th Birthday 1964 a 3-medal set in .900 gold comprising 50mm diameter, 32mm diameter and 19.5mm diameter issues weighing 49.94 grammes, 17.47 grammes and 3.49 grammes respectively, issued by the Federal Austrian Mint, designed by Christopher Ironside Prooflike UNC in the white box of issue with certificate, only 1000 sets issued (£1,400 - £1,900) 907) South Africa 1952 a 2-medal set Tercentenary of Van Riebeeck 1652-1952, 15.96 grammes of 22 carat gold and .925 silver both Lustrous UNC in the blue South Africa Mint box of issue, a similar set is currently being offered on the internet with an asking price of £800 (£475 - £575) 908) St. Patricks Day Medallic First Day Covers by the Franklin Mint (2) 1975 The Triumph over the Devil’s Demon Birds on the Mountain Croagh Patrick c.439AD FDC on the envelope of issue with stamp, and 1978 St. Patricks Final Years FDC on the envelope of issue with stamp, both in the packs of issue with certificates, The 41st International Eucharist Congress 1976 a Medallic First day cover, medal FDC with stamp as issued. The United Nations 1974 Peace Medal in sterling silver FDC in the pack of issue, plus a further group of medals (5) The 1976 Presidential Debate Eyewitness Medal, Mission to Mars 1976 Eyewitness Medal, The 1977 Presidential Inaugural Eyewitness Medal, The 1977 Royal Silver Jubilee Eyewitness Commemorative Medal, President Sadat Visit to Israel 1977 Eyewitness Medal these in sterling silver in the boxes of issue with certificates (£50 - £80)

909) Switzerland (2) 1891, 600th Anniversary of the Three Forest Cantons, Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden, 50mm diameter, 44.59 grammes, Coat of Arms’ of the three forest Cantons, surrounded by 19 Coats’ of Arms of the other Swiss Cantons, Swiss Coat of Arms within wreath above, Reverse Rütlischwur scene with vistas of Morgarten and Sempach to left and right; Victory hovering above holding palm leaf and wreath. GVF with suspension loop at the top, the reverse with some scratches, Swiss Gratitude to American families 1918, Hans Frei. Eagle flying right over the ocean with wheat in claws, American flag in clouds above. Rev. text under coat-of-arms. TO THE PRESIDENT / AND PEOPLE / OF THE UNITED STATES / OF AMERICA / THE GRATITUDE / OF THE SWISS / FAMILIES 1918. AR 39.6 mm. 25.85 grammes, VF with pin mount, along with Ormskirk and Southport Agricultural Society medal 1860 UNC 47mm diameter in white metal in a lunette style case, awarded to ‘G.S.Sainsbury for Pen of East India Ducks, Southport, Aug.15 1860’ EF (£50 - £100) 910) The 100 Greatest Cars Silver Miniature Collection’ silver ingots by John Pinches (issued 1975) each piece 16mm x 5mm and around 1.5 grammes Silver Proofs in the box of issue with detailed information book (£75 - £125) 911) The 100 Greatest Masterpieces series (71) Numbers 1-64 and 94-100 each medal depicting Iconic Works of Art, issued 1973-1980 by Franklin Mint each medal 51mm diameter in gold plated sterling silver UNC to FDC in the large display cabinet of issue with all certificates (£1,200 - £2,000) 912) The Centennial Car Mini-Ingot collection a 100-piece set by Franklin Mint each ingot 17mm x 10mm and in sterling silver FDC in the display case as issued, the ingots still sealed on the cards of issue, comes with comprehensive book with details of each car on the ingots (£40 - £65) 913) The Genius of Leonardo Da Vinci a 50-piece set of gold plated sterling silver 51mm diameter medals (issued 1974) comes with certificates, hardback book and collector cabinet (£800 - £1,400) 914) The Genius of Rembrandt by Franklin Mint a 50-medal set (issued 1972-1976) each 51mm diameter and in silver nFDC-FDC in the original envelopes, comes with the display box, hardback book and certificates (£1,300 - £2,200) 915) The History of Man in Flight, The Royal Air Force Museum a 50 medal set depicting various landmarks and pioneers in the History of Flight each 43mm diameter and in bronze nFDC-FDC housed in an impressive blue album (£50 £150) 916) The Pistrucci Waterloo 200th Anniversary Medal undated (2015) 250 grammes of .999 silver matt finished FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 917) The Royal Commonwealth Society Coronation 25th Anniversary Commemorative medal 1978 a 2-medal set both medals 63mm diameter one 131 grammes of .925 silver, the other in bronze, Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£50 - £100) 918) The Thomason Medallic Bible, Franklin Mint Edition 60 medals in bronze UNC and lustrous in the presentation album (£100 - £150) 919) The Three British Kings of 1936 a 3-medal set each 32mm diameter in silver: King George V Silver Jubilee 1935, the Abdication of King Edward VIII 1936, the Coronation of King George VI 1937 Matt finish UNC in the red box of issue with leaflet, The Three British Kings of 1936 a 3-medal set each 51mm diameter in bronze: King George V Silver Jubilee 1935, the Abdication of King Edward VIII 1936, the Coronation of King George VI 1937 Matt finish UNC in the red box of issue (£75 - £100)

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920) The Wedding of Princess Victoria Alexandrina and Prince Frederick William 1853 41mm diameter in white metal EF with suspension bar (£25 - £35) 921) Treasures of the Louvre a 50-medal set by Franklin Mint (1972) each around 1 1/4 ounces of sterling silver, nFDC in the large album of issue (£500 - £800) 922) Twopence 1797 Fine holed and engraved ‘Sacred to the Memory of James Cooper Died August 24th 1831 Aged 28 Years’, as part of a group of Medals (22) includes First World War, Second World War, Coronation, Sports, and Education Attendance, (£75 - £100) 923) USA Dwight D.Eienhower Gold Medal by Franklin Mint (issued 1978) nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£30 - £40) 924) USA Great Historic Sites of America, Numismatic a Medallic 49-piece set of Medal covers by Franklin Mint, (issued 1970-1972) UNC -FDC in 2 albums as issued with stamps (£340 - £550) 925) USA One Hundred Dollar Bill silver ingot, one troy pound of .999 silver (issued 1990 by the Federal Coin Fund) nFDC in the sealed sleeve of issue with certificate and stand (£100 - £170) 926) USA Postmasters of America 1970s Medallic First Day Covers (26) Franklin Mint issues with sterling silver Crownsized medals and stamps, UNC in the wallets of issue, along with Postmasters of America Pewter Medal 1975 Benjamin Franklin Medallic cover (£190 - £300) 927) USA Silver Ingots (100) each depicting different American banks, 1970 and 1971 Franklin Mint editions each ingot around 65 grammes of sterling silver UNC (£1,600 - £2,800) 928) USA The Currier and Ives Silver Ingot Collection a 12-piece set, each ingot 81mm x 54mm and .999 silver Proof each with different scenes such as American Express Train, Clipper Ship ‘Flying Cloud’, The Life of a Hunter, Catching a Trout, Haying Time, Wooding Up on the Mississippi, The Road - Winter, Winter in the Country - The Old Grist Mill, Trotting Stallion, Yosemite Valley, California, Central Park Winter - The Skating Pond, and Home to Thanksgiving these one of the few sets issued in .999 silver, nFDC to FDC on the green cards of issue (£300 - £480) 929) USA The Fifty State Bicentennial Medal Collection (19721973) a 50-piece set by Franklin Mint each medal in sterling silver, FDC in the blue album of issue, comes with 90-page book (£600 - £1,100) 930) USA The Franklin Mint Presidential Ingot Collection a 37-piece set in silver (issued 1972-1974) each ingot around 325 grammes, comprising the 36 pieces in the presentation box as well as the Gerald Ford Ingot current at the time of minting FDC as issued, according to sources on the internet only 906 sets were issued (£3,000 - £5,000) 931) USA The Franklin Mint Special Commemorative issues of 1971 First Edition Proofs a 36-piece set, each piece depicting events or anniversaries from 1971, each Crownsized and in sterling silver on its own card of issue nFDC to FDC in the blue album of issue with accompanying information cards, the cover a little dirty from storage (£220 - £400) 932) USA The Franklin Mint Special Commemorative issues of 1972 First Edition Proofs a 36-piece set, each piece depicting events and anniversaries from 1972, each Crownsized and in sterling silver on its own card of issue nFDC to FDC in the blue album of issue with accompanying information cards, the cover slightly damaged and dirty from storage (£220 - £400)

933) USA The Franklin Mint Special Commemorative issues of 1973 First Edition Proofs a 36-piece set, each piece depicting events and anniversaries from 1973, each Crownsized and in sterling silver on its own card of issue nFDC to FDC in the blue album of issue, the cover dirty from storage, with accompanying additional hardback booklet (£220 - £400) 934) USA The Official Bicentennial Day 1976 Commemorative Medals (2) each 32mm diameter in silver, in the bookform cases of issue, The Great Women of the American Revolution a 36-medal set each 45mm diameter in pewter each depicting an iconic figure from the time and a brief account of their achievements in the era UNC on the cards of issue, Presidential Medals (2) George W.Bush and Ronald Reagan UNC, Dominica 1982 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Franklin D.Roosevelt Medallic Covers (4) Crown-sized in silver with stamps UNC, Thomas Jefferson 1976 Bicentennial First Day Covers in base metal (3) in the covers of issue with stamps, America’s First Medals 1970s issues by Franklin Mint (56) in pewter UNC in the boxes of issue (£120 - £150) 935) USA The Official Signers Medals - In Commemoration of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, The Bicentennial Council of the Thirteen original States, a 56-medal set, around Crown-sized, each around one ounce of sterling silver by Franklin Mint (1973-1976) FDC in the album of issue (£400 - £500) 936) USA The Patriots Hall of Fame - Era of the American Revolution 1770-1789 Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge a 20 medal set, each piece depicting key figures and heroic deeds of the time, all Crown-sized and in sterling silver nFDC to FDC in the two boxes of issue (£140 - £220) 937) Valley Forge 200th Anniversary Gold Medal 1977 Proof FDC in the Franklin Mint box of issue with certificate (£30 - £45) 938) Vatican - Obv. Busts facing, IBS VSMA RIA SCALA SANCTA, exergue ROMA, Rev. Busts facing SS. PE TL ligated, PA A P The four Holy Doors, Statues of Saints within, VF with suspension loop at the top, a copy of a 17th Century Vatican medal in base metal (£20 - £30) 939) Victoria Coronation Medal Eimer 1315 36mm diameter struck in bronze, the Official Royal Mint issue, Obverse with draped bust wearing a bandeau, Reverse Victoria enthroned, receiving a crown from Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia. Exergue INAUGURATA DIE JUNII XXVIII MDCCCXXXVIII, A/UNC with a small spot on the reverse, with prooflike fields and scarce this nice (£175 - £225) 940) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1817 UNC toned with a small edge nick in the red box of issue, George VI Coronation 1937 57mm diameter in silver matt finish Eimer 2046 GVF with a few contact marks in the red box of issue, Coronation of Elizabeth II 1953 Eimer 2084 76mm diameter in silver by E.Fey matt finish A/UNC in the red dated box of issue (£175 - £225) 941) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1817, UNC toned in the red box of issue, George VI Coronation 1937 57mm diameter in silver, matt finish, Eimer 2046 UNC with some small tone spots, in the red box of issue (£75 - £100) 942) William Wyon Bronze Medals (4) each 35mm diameter in bronzed copper, To The Army of the Punjab 1849 Obverse Young Coroneted head of Victoria, left, UNC, To The Army of India 1799-1826, UNC, China 1842 Arms Exposcere Pacem UNC, To The British Army 1793-1814 UNC, all with an attractive matching tone (£4,000 - £5,000)

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943) Campaign Service Medal bar Northern Ireland to 24106911 L / Cpl.R. Howard RCT. Privately issued or copy medals: group of four including General Service Medal bar Northern Ireland, unnamed & stamped copy, Silver and Golden Jubilee Medals (both stamped copy), “For General Service” Cross, silver to 24106911 Cpl.R. Howard RCT 1967-1979, mounted as worn. Volunteer Service Medal (silver) named to Cpl R Howard, Foreign Service Medal bar Middle East, Maritime Service Medal named to Cpl Howard, 73 Maritime Regiment R.C.T., Northern Ireland Veterans Medal (£120 - £150)

English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 944-1156) 944) A collection in album pages from a deceased estate (105) Penny 1856 Plain Trident NF/F as part of a group of Hammered to George VI includes plenty of Victoria, with some World issues, in mixed circulated grades (£250 - £450) 945) A collection in an album and loose generally from circulation with silver including crowns back to George III (£500 - £800) 946) A large assortment of decimal and pre-decimal including pre 1947 silver (lot, over 35 kilos gross weight) (£250 - £450) 947) A mixed group George I to QE II some in better grades including silver and paper money (lot) (£250 - £350) 948) A mixed group including Victorian Crowns, 1787 Shilling and more (lot) (£100 - £150) 949) A mixed group with some Roman bronzes, George III copper, Victorian silver issues and more (lot) (£100 - £200) 950) A mixed lot with strength in crowns Victoria - George VI (£250 - £350) 951) Brass Threepences (5) 1937, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, Pennies (11) 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1950 Proof, 1951 Proof, Halfpennies (8) 1938, 1942, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1950 Proof, 1951 Proof, 1952 NEF to UNC many with good lustre (£150 - £200) 952) Brass Threepences (60) 1954 (9), 1955 (13), 1956 (9), 1957 (11), 1958 (2), 1959 (10), 1960 (6) EF to UNC, all but one lustrous (£60 - £70) 953) CGS slabbed items (5) Threepence 1834 CGS variety 01 Fine, slabbed and graded CGS 20, Maundy Twopence 1831 CGS variety 01 UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded CGS 80, Maundy Penny 1831 CGS variety 01 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded CGS 80, Threehalfpence 1835 5 over 4 ESC 2251A EF, slabbed and graded CGS 65, Halfpenny 1837 7 over tilted 7 UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded CGS 78 (£250 - £350) 954) Copper and bronze (13) Brass Threepence 1946 NVF, Pennies (5) 1864 Plain 4 VG/Near Fine , 1901 UNC, 1902 A/UNC, 1935 (2) both A/UNC with some spots, Halfpennies (3) 1806 GEF, 1858 8 over 6 NEF/EF, 1860 Beaded Border UNC with some lustre, Farthings (4) 1672 Loose drapery Good Fine with some spots, 1822 VF, 1826 First type GVF, 1829 NVF (£75 - £125) 955) Copper and Bronze Charles II - 20th century Fractional Farthings to Pennies plenty with lustre including Victoria (lot) (£500 - £800) 956) Copper and bronze in CGS holders (9) Halfpennies (8) 1838 Peck 1522 A/UNC and with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1853 Peck 1539 GVF slabbed and

graded LCGS 55, 1854 Peck 1542 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1858 Small date 8 over 7 Peck 1548 Toned UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC with traces of lustre slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1874H Freeman 318 dies 10+J A/UNC with traces of lustre slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1882H Freeman 347 UNC with traces of lustre slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1890 Freeman 362 dies 17+S Lustrous UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Farthing 1886 Freeman 557 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£550 - £650) 957) Copper and Bronze in LCGS holders (8) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Farthing 1746 Peck 887 GVF nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Farthing 1799 3 Berries, Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Halfpenny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433, EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G, UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Penny 1863 Freeman 42 dies 6+G, GEF with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 Good Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 35 (£575 - £675) 958) Crown 1844 Star Stops on edge About Fine/Fine, Halfcrowns (3) 1672 Fine, 1928 UNC with lustre, 1953 Proof Lustrous UNC (£200 - £250) 959) Crown 1889 NEF, Double Florins (3) 1887 Arabic 1 NEF, 1888 GVF, 1890 NVF (£100 - £150) 960) Crown 1900 LXIII NEF, Double Florins (2) 1887 Roman 1 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of gold tone, 1888 VF (£60 - £100) 961) Crown 1902 VF, South Africa Pond 1898 Fine, Ex-Jewellery, along with a group of Halfcrowns to Farthings 18th to 20th Century, plus a small group of World base metal and paper money £7 face (£250 - £350) 962) Crowns (11) 1676, 1695, 1707E, 1821, 1845, 1847 Young Head, 1889, 1893 LVI, 1897 LXI, 1900 LXIV, 1928, mixed grades (£600 - £800) 963) Crowns (12) 1819 LIX, 1821 SECUNDO (2), 1822 TERTIO, 1847 Young Head, 1890, 1896 LIX, 1897 LX, 1898 LXII, 1935 (3), 19th Century Fair to Good Fine, the 1935s NEF to GEF (£175 - £350) 964) Crowns (14) 1662 Rose below, 1672, 1676, 1895 LVIII, 1953, 1965 (mounted), 1977 (3), 1981 (5), Sixpences (96) mostly Elizabeth II with a few earlier issues in silver, Silver Threepences (3), in mixed grades and a Silver Jubilee Medal 1977 this UNC in a slide case (£200 - £250) 965) Crowns (18) 1820LX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1845, 1887, 1889, 1893 LVI, 1900 LXIII, 1902, 1935, 1937, 1951, 1953, 1960, 1965, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 in mixed grades, earlier pieces VG to GF, later coins VF to UNC (£250 - £350) 966) Crowns (2) 1819 LX Near Fine, 1887 VF, Double Florin 1889 Fine, Halfcrowns (2) 1887 Jubilee Head GVF, 1908 Fine, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head NEF (£60 - £120) 967) Crowns (45) 1951 (13), 1953 (22), 1960 (10), World Crownsized (37), in mixed grades to UNC, Plastic Sets 1953 (3) UNC, some in slide cases (£70 - £100) 968) Crowns (5) 1667 dated by edge, 1819 LIX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1844 Star Stops on edge, 1890 NVG to Near Fine (£80 £100)

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969) Crowns (5) 1679 VG/Fine, 1844 Star Stops Good Fine, 1845 Cinquefoil stops, Fine, 1894 VG edge smooth, 1897 LXI Fine, toned, Florins (4) 1878 Die Number 93 VF/GVF, 1884 VF, 1909 VG, 1943 NEF, Sixpences (4) 1787 Hearts NVF, 1891 NEF, 1952 (2) Near Fine to Fine, Threepence 1888 EF toned, Threehalfpences (2) 1834 NVF, 1835 5 over 4 NVF (£200 - £400)

980) Currency Set 1893 (9 coins) Crown 1893 LVI AU/EF, Halfcrown 1893 colourfully toned over original mint lustre, Florin 1893 About UNC/UNC retaining much original mint brilliance under original tone, Shilling 1893 UNC toned with minor cabinet friction, Sixpence 1893 UNC toned, Maundy Set 1893 UNC with matching tone (£550 - £650)

970) Crowns (5) 1845, 1887, 1889 (2), 1892, VG to Near Fine, Double Florins (3) 1887 Arabic 1 VF, 1889 VF, 1890 Fine (£130 - £160) 971) Crowns (55) and Halfcrowns (60) George VI and Elizabeth II, in mixed grades mostly EF to UNC, also with Fifty Pence 1973 (3) UNC, along with Sixpences to Halfpennies includes many Victorian issues, with some silver minors, in mixed grades a few later issues lustrous (£150 - £200) 972) Crowns 1821 SECUNDO, 1847 Young Head, 1888, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1, Florin 1885 as part of a useful group of pre 1920 issues, also includes Maundy Pennies 1930 and 1931, in mixed grades some VF or better, a further group of base metal £sd issues, in mixed grades, Proof Sets (2) 1970, 1971 nFDC to FDC cased, Plastic Set 1953 UNC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (14) UNC in the blue wallets of issue, Crowns (63) 1951 (5, 3 boxed), 1953 (3), 1960, 1960 Polished Die, 1965 (26) many in slide cases in the original paper wrappers, 1972 (2), 1977 (18), 1980 (4), 1981 (3) UNC many in slide cases, Five Pound Crowns (3) 2006 (2, one in the Royal Mint pack of issue), 2007 Diamond Wedding, Fifty Pence 1973 UNC, Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England (2) UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue, Gibraltar Crown 2013 UNC, Tristan da Cunha Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday UNC on the card of issue (£300 - £450) 973) Crowns 1935 (8), 1951 (14), 1953 (32), 1960 (3), 1965 (124), 1972 (15), 1977 (35), 1980 (9), 1981 (32), EF to UNC Brass Threepences around 600 from a part mint bag UNC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968-71 (5) UNC, plus a further group of GB and Ireland (around 3.2 Kilos) in mixed grades (£250 - £300)

981) Dollar Bank of England 1804 About Fine along with Crowns (21) 1819 LX, 1820 LX with 2 countermarked on the bust, 1821 SECUNDO (4), 1844 Ex-Swivel mount, 1845 Cinquefoil stops (4), 1847 Young Head (2), 1887, 1889 (4), 1897 LX, 1937 (2), Double Florin 1887 Roman 1, mostly VG to Fine, with 1887 Crown bright NEF and one 1889 Crown GVF (£600 - £800) 982) Double Florin 1888 EF also Halfcrowns to Farthings (121) mostly 20th Century, includes many silver minors, many coins in high grades, along with Farthings Wrens (104) the vast majority in lustrous grades and Silver Threepences (86) George V and George VI issues VF to NEF (£280 - £320) 983) End of World War I Fantasy Crowns INA Series George V 1918 Obverse the McKennal bust, Reverse stylised George and the Dragon, 8-coin sets struck in 8 different metals, (96 sets, the entire mintage) one each in .925 silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold-coated Copper (similar to Barton’s Metal), Aluminium, Polished Steel,. Pewter and Nickel Silver, Plain edge Lustrous UNC (£4,000 - £7,000)

974) Crowns 1935 (9), 1937 (9) NVF to A/UNC (£160 - £200) 975) Crowns to Farthings George I to Elizabeth II (119) includes some silver issues in mixed grades some lustrous and a group of Victorian Bun Pennies (93), in mixed grades (£200 - £300) 976) Crowns to Fractional Farthing a small and useful group (14) Crowns (3) 1890 NVF, 1894 LVII Good Fine, 1895 LIX VF, Shillings (2) 1900 NEF toned, 1901 GEF, Sixpences (2) 1885 NVF, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type About UNC and lustrous, Maundy Odds (2) Fourpence 1848 NEF, Twopence NEF, Threehalfpence 1862 Fine, Penny 1948 Lustrous UNC, Third Farthing 1913 Lustrous UNC, Halfpenny 1799 the flan hammered out and spread to the size of a Penny Near Fine, Penny Model Victoria undated bimetallic with White metal centre, VF (£100 - £120) 977) Crowns to Fractional Farthings (89) Charles II to George VI includes plenty of silver, in mixed grades, a couple holed (£450 - £750) 978) Crowns to Fractional Farthings Hammered to Elizabeth II (68) in album pages includes plenty in silver, plus World (20) 19th and 20th Century includes India, Canada and USA , some in lustrous grades (£500 - £800) 979) Crowns to Fractional Farthings William III to George VI (88) in album pages, includes plenty in silver, plus World (20) includes India and South Africa silver minors, in mixed grades (£350 - £550)

984) End of World War I Fantasy Crowns INA Series George V 1918 Obverse the McKennal bust, Reverse stylised George and the Dragon, 8-coin sets struck in 8 different metals, (96 sets, the entire mintage) one each in .925 silver, Golden Alloy, Copper, Gold-coated Copper (similar to Barton’s Metal), Aluminium, Polished Steel,. Pewter and Nickel Silver, Milled edge Lustrous UNC (£4,000 - £7,000)

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997) Farthings (5) 1849 NEF, 1875H NVF, 1880 4 Berries Second 8 in date open at the top, 1881 4 Berries About VF Rare, Medalet or Pattern Farthing Mary II Portrait of Mary Obverse, Roses Reverse Fine, Half Farthing 1851 First 1 over 5 in date EF toned, Third Farthings (2) 1835 Toned UNC/AU, 1868 EF, all Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 998) Farthings (5) 1860 Beaded Border (3) 1875H, 1879 Ordinary 9 UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£95 - £125) 999) Farthings (5) 1860 Beaded Border, 1860 Toothed Border, 1875H, 1879 Ordinary 9, 1890 UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£110 - £140) 1000) Farthings (5) 1860 Beaded Border, 1875H, 1879 Ordinary 9, 1888, 1890 UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£120 £150) 1001) Farthings (6) 1825 D over U in DEI Good Fine, 1844 VG Rare, 1851 NEF, 1856 VF, 1856 R over E in VICTORIA About Fine, 1859 VF, All Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 1002) Farthings (70) Victoria to Elizabeth II housed in two Whitman Albums in mixed grades some EF and/or lustrous (£70 £100) 985) Farthings (1.8 kilos) will be around 650 coins a few with lustre (£25 - £35) 986) Farthings (10) 1838, 1839 DEF:, 1839 DEF. 1843, 1845, 1853 WW Incuse, 1854, 1855 WW Incuse, 1855 WW Raised, 1856 VF to EF (£75 - £125) 987) Farthings (11) 1861 4 Berries, 1861 5 Berries, 1862, 1867, 1874H, 1876H, 1887, 1890, 1892, 1895 Veiled Head, 1914, the 1876H EF, others GEF to UNC and lustrous, many Ex-Farthing Specialist, a pleasing and useful group (£100 - £200) 988) Farthings (11) 1865, 1878, 1879 Large 9, 1881, 1884, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1891 (2), 1894, the 1865 and 1879 F-VF, others EF or better (£80 - £100) 989) Farthings (12) 1838, 1839, 1840, 1843, 1845, 1847, 1849, 1850, 1852, 1854 (2), 1858 VF to GEF a couple with lustre, all ex-Farthing Specialist (£100 - £150) 990) Farthings (159) Charles II to George V in mixed grades many later dates lustrous (£200 - £300) 991) Farthings (2) 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the third finest of 31 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1895 Veiled Head Freeman 571 dies 1+A Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 20 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £180) 992) Farthings (3) 1844 VG, 1845 Large Date Near Fine/Fine, Very Rare, 1849 Good Fine, all Ex-Farthing Specialist (£40 - £80) 993) Farthings (3) 1860 Beaded Border, 1875H, 1879 Ordinary 9 UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£65 - £85) 994) Farthings (3) 1875H, 1879 ordinary 9, 1890 UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£70 - £90) 995) Farthings (4) 1842, 1846, 1851, 1852 NEF to EF, all ExFarthing Specialist (£100 - £150) 996) Farthings (4) 1860 Beaded Border, 1875H, 1879 ordinary 9, 1890 A/UNC to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£90 - £120)

1003) Farthings (81) Charles II to Elizabeth II, along with Cyprus 3 Mils 1955 and Nova Scotia Half Cent 1861, in mixed grades and few later coins lustrous (£70 - £90) 1004) Farthings (9) 1844, 1856 E over R in VICTORIA, 1874H Triple struck 4 in date, 1875 Freeman 528, 1875 Freeman 530, 1875 Freeman 531, 1880 Freeman 543 3 berries, 1880 Freeman 543 3 Berries, with broken second 8 in date, 1895 Bun Head, all Ex-Farthing Specialist, all scarce or rare, in mixed grades to NEF (£75 - £150) 1005) Farthings (9) 1864 AU/UNC and lustrous, 1865 A/UNC, 1866 AU/UNC and lustrous, 1867 AU/UNC and lustrous, 1881H Lustrous UNC, 1881H double struck H Lustrous UNC, 1882H AU/UNC and nicely toned, 1884 A/UNC nicely toned, 1891 Lustrous UNC lightly toned, most are Ex-Farthing Specialist (£100 - £200) 1006) Farthings (9) 1865, 1879 Large 9, 1881H Doubled H, 1882H, 1937 Proof, 1950 Proof, 1951 Proof, 1953 Proof A/ UNC to nFDC with varying degrees of lustre, all Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 1007) Farthings in LCGS holders (8) 1840 Peck 1559 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A A/UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1860 Toothed Border 4 Berries, Freeman 499 dies 2+B EF with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1873 High 3 in date LCGS variety 01, Choice UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1874H Freeman 525 dies 4+C UNC or near so with traces of lustre, 1882H Broken F in F:D: Freeman 549 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1886 Freeman 557 dies 7+F, lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1890 Close Date, LCGS variety 02, by far the scarcer of the two main types, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£375 - £450) 1008) Farthings James I and Charles I Rose, Lennox, Richmond and Maltravers (46) a useful group , in mixed grades VG to Good Fine (£250 - £300) 1009) Farthings Victoria Bun Head (including a few earlier) (145), Victoria Veiled Head (84), Edward VII (131) George V (91), George VI and Eliz II (29) nearly all of the George VI and Elizabeth lustrous Unc to BU, a fair proportion of the George V with lustre, others from circulation though a proportion in better grades (£250 - £375)

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1010) Five Pound Crown 2008 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Elizabeth I Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Proof Sets 1970 (2) nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 1983 UNC in the wallet of issue, Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings UNC in the wallet of issue, China Republic One Dollar Year 23 (1934) without birds above junk Y#345 EF and lustrous as part of a group of GB and World includes Victorian issues and Silver pre1947 minors, Chinese cash etc. in mixed grades (lot) (£200 - £400) 1011) Florins (46) Victoria Gothics to George VI, all but one in silver, includes 1905, in mixed grades some later dates in EF (£400 - £500) 1012) Florins (16) 1849, 1853, 1855, 1880, 1896, 1903 (5), 1904 (2), 1906 (2), 1908, 1916 in mixed grades VG to VF (£150 - £200) 1013) Florins (4) 1890 (2) GVF and Fine, 1899 GVF/EF and lustrous, 1918 EF and lustrous, Shillings (3) 1907 NEF/ GVF toned, 1914 VF, 1918 EF lightly toned, Sixpences (3) 1915 UNC and lustrous, 1918 (2) A/UNC and A/UNC toned (£175 - £225) 1014) Florins (45) 1849, 1872 (2) Die Number 13, Die Number 51, 1880, 1881, 1881 xxri (2), 1885, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1889, 1894, 1896, 1900, Edward VII worn, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1915, 1920, 1924, 1926, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933 (2), 1936 (2), 1940, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1947 (2), 1948, 1949 (2), 1950, 1962, 1966 in mixed grades some later dates EF, also Sixpence 1844 Large 44 in date, approaching Fine, Halfpenny (1700) the date worn, confirmed by having the TER TIVS variety, Poor, along with a further group of Florins (33) Victoria to George V in mixed grades Fine to VF (£400 - £500)

1946 (16), 1947 (1), 1948 (1), 1950 (40), 1951 (1), 1952 (1), 1953 (1), 1954 (2), 1955 (36), 1956 (1), Pennies includes 1953 and 1926 in bags, Decimal Bronze issues and more, the majority in lustrous grades with many BU (Total weight over 49 Kilos) (£800 - £1,200) 1023) George V issues in high grades (34) Halfcrowns (23), Florins (1), Shillings (8), Sixpences (2) GVF to UNC some attractively toned (£400 - £500) 1024) George VI and Elizabeth II (193) includes a few silver minors, mostly in high grades with many lustrous, along with GB and World Crowns (50) in mixed high grades, also Halfcrowns to Farthings (719) William and Mary to Elizabeth II, mostly bronze with some in silver, grades generally in line with age, with many George VI and Elizabeth II in lustrous grades (total weight over 8.5 Kilos) (£440 - £480) 1025) George VI in LCGS holders (10) Florin 1946 ESC 966 UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Shillings (4) 1938 Scottish ESC 1463 UNC or near so and lustrous with some toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1942 English ESC 1463 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1946 English ESC 1470 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1946 Scottish ESC 1471 Lustrous A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Silver Threepence 1943 ESC 2157 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Brass Threepences (2) 1940 Peck 2376 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1943 Peck 2382 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Halfpennies (2) 1942 Freeman 441 dies 1+H UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1950 Freeman 457 dies 2+O A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£125 - £150)

1015) Florins (49) Victoria to Elizabeth II includes many collectable examples including .925 silver issues, in mixed grades some EF (£300 - £400)

1026) Half Farthings (13) 1839 EF, 1942 EF, 1843 UNC and lustrous, 1844 E over N in REGINA NEF, 1844 UNC and lustrous, 1847 Normal 7 EF, 1847 High 7 EF, 1851 NEF/ EF, 1851 First 1 over 5 EF/NEF, 1853 VF some corrosion, 1854 NEF with some surface marks, 1856 Small Date About Fine, 1856 Large Date VG/NF (£75 - £100)

1016) Florins (5) 1914, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919 EF to A/UNC and lustrous (£175 - £225)

1027) Half Farthings (29) 1843 (4), 1844 (24), 1851 in mixed grades to NEF (£150 - £200)

1017) Florins (5) 1922, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1931 GEF to UNC and lustrous (£200 - £250)

1028) Half Farthings (6) 1828, 1828 I in GEORGIUS as an Arabic 1, 1830 Small Date, 1830 Large Date, 1837, 1856 Large Date, Fine to VF, many scarce or rare, Third Farthings (3) 1844, 1866, 1876 VF to GVF, Quarter Farthings (2) 1851 VF, 1853 VF all Ex-Farthing Specialist (£100 - £150)

1018) Florins (60) George V and George VI .500 silver issues, in mixed grades to EF (£130 - £160) 1019) Florins (67) Victoria to George VI includes 1892, 1905 and 1932, in mixed grades with some later dates lustrous EF (£300 - £400) 1020) Florins to Silver Threepences Victoria to George V Florins (11), Shillings (10), Sixpences (16), Threepences (36) in mixed grades, some EF and lustrous, we noticed some better dates (£160 - £240) 1021) GB and World including sets, and some medallic items such as Prince of Wales Investiture in silver (lot) (£200 - £350) 1022) GB Decimal and £sd in 7 boxes comprising Decimal Coinage a large group (£454.45 face) Five Pound Crowns (72), Fifty Pence (106), 25p Crowns (91), Ten Pence (260), Five Pence (313), mostly 1970s issues, many including earlier dates UNC-BU, Cupro-Nickel Pre Decimal issues in cupro nickel (532) Halfcrowns (141), Florins (112), Shillings (395), Sixpences (247), also includes Pre-1947 Silver £6.20 face, Silver Threepences (28), GB and World in bags and red tubes, also Decimal Bronze issues in mint rolls, Shillings 1959S (55), 1961S (37), Brass Threepences in lustrous grades includes some better dates (lot), Farthings (219) 1940 (1), 1941 (1), 1942 (50), 1943 (2), 1944 (1), 1945 (64),

1029) Half Sovereign 1884 Good Fine/Fine, Shilling Elizabeth I mintmark Tun VG/NF as part of group of Hammered to George VI (21) mostly in silver, in mixed grades (£300 £600) 1030) Half Sovereign 1910 VF, Austria MT Thaler Unc, along with others mostly 20th century base metal issues (lot) (£125 £200) 1031) Halfcrown 1697 Fine, Penny 1797 VF, Maundy Twopences (6) 1838, 1846, 1847, 1857, 1865, 1866, Medal Edward VII Coronation 31mm diameter in silver, The Official Royal Mint issue GVF, as part of a group of 18th to 20th Century (42) GB and a few World in mixed circulated grades (£100 - £200) 1032) Halfcrown 1700 or 1701 DECIMO TERTIO Fine with the last digit of the date weak, Proof Sets (2) 1970 FDC, 1971 nFDC, Decimal Twopence 2004 an off-metal strike EF, Maundy Fourpence 1887 GVF toned, as part of a group of Sixpences to Farthings the vast majority coppers these in two Sandhill albums, in mixed grades includes some better types, some in VF to GEF (£225 - £350)

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1033) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof AU/UNC, Florin 1902 Matt Proof A/UNC, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof A/UNC, Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof UNC all with matching tone (£200 - £250)

1047) Halfcrowns (59) William and Mary to Elizabeth II includes collectable Victoria and Pre-Victorian issues, in mixed grades (£850 - £950)

1034) Halfcrown 1902, Florin 1902, Shilling 1902, Halfpenny 1902 EF to UNC and nicely toned, Edward VII Coronation medal 1902 (£100 - £120)

1048) Halfcrowns (6) 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719 Davies 640 dies 1A UNC or near so and lustrous with a pleasing gold tone, Ex-Carlisle 4/7/2003 Lot 212 (part), 1888 ESC 721 GVF/NEF cleaned and retoned, Ex-Carlisle 23/10/2003 Lot 17 (part), 1889 ESC 722 Davies 647 dies 3C EF with some small tone spots, 1890 ESC 723EF/GEF and lustrous the obverse with two thin scratches, 1891 ESC 724 A/UNC the obverse with slight field lamination, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 11/1/2011 Lot 647, 1892 ESC 725 EF the obverse with some light contact marks (£150 - £200)

1035) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748 VG the obverse with some surface marks, Rare, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 A/UNC and lustrous, Threepence 1899 the last 9 overstruck also with a large dot to the right of the Crown on the reverse GEF toned, Germany - Notgeld 5 Million Marks 1923 44mm diameter in base metal VF (£100 - £120) 1036) Halfcrown 1916 GEF toned, Florin 1916 A/UNC deeply toned, Shilling 1934 A/UNC (£75 - £100) 1037) Halfcrown 1936, Florin 1935, Shilling 1935, Penny 1935 and Halfpenny 1935 A/UNC to UNC (£20 - £40) 1038) Halfcrowns (18) 1819, 1882, 1886, 1887 Jubilee Head (ExSwivel mount), 1905, 1910, these VG to Fine, 1928, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1941, 1943 (2), 1944, 1945 GF to GVF (£400 - £500) 1039) Halfcrowns (2) 1888, 1915, Shillings (2) 1820, 1893, Sixpences (5) 1816, 1883, 1900, 1901, 1908, Groat 1836 EF to UNC many with lustre (£200 - £250) 1040) Halfcrowns (26) 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1926 First Head, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1927 First Reverse, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 VF to UNC some with green from vinyl storage this possibly removable (£350 £450) 1041) Halfcrowns (37) 1671, 1676, 1679, 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, 1696 First Bust Large Shields, Early Harp, 1697 First Bust Large Shields, Later Harp, 1713 Roses and Plumes, 1745 LIMA Ex-Jewellery, 1823 Second Reverse, 1875, 1878, 1879, 1883 (3), 1884, 1885, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1890, 1893, 1895, 1896, 1900, 1904, 1908 (2), 1909 (4), 1911 (2), 1916, 1917, 1918, 1923 VG to Good Fine (£400 - £600) 1042) Halfcrowns (4) 1849 Large Date ESC 682 Good Fine/ Fine, Ex-Lockdales 14/9/2014 Lot 1795, 1850 ESC 684 About Fine, the obverse with surface marks, Ex-Tennants 26/5/2004 Lot 846 (part), 1877 ESC 700 G of GRATIA flawed, VF once cleaned, now retoned, Ex-Brock 24/4/2006 Lot 1490, 1882 ESC 710 Fine, Ex-Ex-Tennants 15/6/2005 Lot 124 (part) (£140 - £160) 1043) Halfcrowns (4) 1893 ESC 726 Davies 660 dies 1A EF, 1895 ESC 729 EF toned, Ex-DNW 9/12/2008 Lot 212 (part), 1896 ESC 730 Davies 669 dies 2B NEF with some tone spots, 1899 ESC 733 EF, Ex-Lockdales 23/3/2013 Lot 1476 (£200 - £250) 1044) Halfcrowns (4) 1902 GVF, 1904 GF/NVF, 1908 Fine, 1910 NVF/VF, Shilling 1910 NVF (£325 - £375) 1045) Halfcrowns (4) 1921 ESC 768 Davies 1678 dies 3C, NEF toned, Ex-D.Craddock, 1922 Bright Finish ESC 769 Davies 1683 dies 3D NEF with some tone spots, 1923 ESC 770 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning on the reverse, 1924 ESC 771 EF/NEF, Ex-Carlisle 9/3/2006 Lot 20 (part) (£75 - £100) 1046) Halfcrowns (44) 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937 (2), 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1950 Proof, 1951, 1951 Proof, 1953, 1953 Proof, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1961 Polished Die, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970 Proof, all but a few EF to UNC and lustrous (£350 - £400)

1049) Halfcrowns (6) 1908 ESC 753 Near Fine, Ex-Carlisle 26/11/2009 Lot 116 (part), 1909 ESC 754 NVF, Ex-Tennants 18/6/2005 Lot 124 (part), 1910 ESC 755 Fine, Ex-Tennants 21/10/2004 Lot 127 (part), 1911 ESC 757 GVF/NEF toned, Ex-Lockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 1265 (part), 1912 ESC 759 GEF and lustrous, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part), 1913 ESC 760 Bright NEF/EF, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part) (£200 - £250) 1050) Halfcrowns (6) 1914 ESC 761 EF, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part), 1915 ESC 762 UNC, Ex-London Coins Auction A116 4/3/2007 Lot 138 (part), 1916 ESC 763 Lustrous UNC, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part), 1917 ESC 764 EF, ExKB Coins, 1918 ESC 765 About EF, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part), 1919 ESC 766 NEF with some contact marks, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part) (£75 - £125) 1051) Halfcrowns (6) 1931, 1933, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1954, Florins (2) 1958, 1959 all UNC and lustrous a pleasing group (£275 - £325) 1052) Halfcrowns (7) 1915 (2), 1916, 1917, 1918 (2), 1919, Florins (6) 1914, 1915 (2), 1916, 1918 (2) VF to EF some lustrous, comes with two long red display cases (£75 - £100) 1053) Halfcrowns (7) 1916, 1920, 1921, 1924, 1928, 1932, 1933 EF to UNC and lustrous (£175 - £225) 1054) Halfcrowns 1953 - 1960 complete in a perspex display case generally in high grade Unc or near so and the 54 and 59 scarce in higher grades (£10 - £20) 1055) Halfcrowns in a display tray Victoria to George VI (35) in mixed grades some EF and lustrous (£200 - £300) 1056) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (2) 1843 ESC 676 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25 (£230 - £280) 1057) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (3) 1880 Davies 589 dies 5D VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1881 Davies 591 dies 5D VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, 1887 Young Head ESC 717 Fine, slabbed and graded Fine 20 (£115 - £135) 1058) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (5) 1840 ESC 673 Fine/Good Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1842 ESC 675 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A VG slabbed and graded LCGS 10, 1849 Small Date ESC 683 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, 1879 Davies 586 dies 4C VG, slabbed and graded LCGS 8 (£225 - £275) 1059) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (5) 1845 5 over 3 LCGS variety 02 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 40, 1846 with 1 over 1 and 8 over lower 8 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, 1877 ESC 700 GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, 1878 ESC 701 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 30, 1879 Davies 585 dies 3C VF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 40 (£260 £320)

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1060) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (5) 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 640 dies 1A EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 641 dies 2A EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1889 Davies dies 2C an unlisted die pairing Near Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 15, 1889 Davies 646 dies 3B A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1889 Davies 647 dies 3C A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£220 - £260) 1061) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (9) 1889 ESC 722 Davies 647 dies 3C, Bright GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, 1890 ESC 723 EF with dark grey toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1891 ESC 724 GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1892 ESC 725 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1916 ESC 763 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1923 ESC 770 GEF/AU toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1924 ESC 771 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1929 ESC 771 Davies 1705 dies 1E, GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1933 Large Reverse Design ESC 782 Davies 1710 dies 1E A/UNC (£275 - £325) 1062) Halfcrowns to Fractional Farthings, George II to Elizabeth II Halfcrowns (20), Florins (42), Shillings (83), Sixpences (52), Groat (1), Maundy Fourpence (1), Silver Threepences (17), Brass Threepences (19), Maundy Twopence (1), Maundy Penny (1), Pennies (43), Halfpennies (34), Farthings (31), Fractional Farthings (2), and a large group of mixed Decimal issues £8.27 1/2 face, plenty of silver items included, many coins with surface residue from vinyl storage, this possibly removable, in mixed grades a few EF (£300 - £500) 1063) Halfcrowns to Silver Threepences (16) Halfcrowns (3) 1927, 1930, 1956, Florins (3), 1936, 1954, 1959, Shillings (6) 1839, 1872 Die Number 98, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, 1934, 1959 Scottish, Sixpences (2) 1893 Veiled Head, 1925 Thick Rim, Silver Threepences (2) 1919, 1944, the 1930 Halfcrown About Fine, others NEF to A/UNC (£175 - £250) 1064) Halfpennies (3) 1861 Freeman 282 dies 7+G (2), 1874H Freeman 318 dies 10+J all UNC with traces of lustre, one of the 1861s with a small spot (£150 - £200) 1065) Halfpennies (4) 1718 GVF, 1838 (2) EF and EF/NEF, 1853 VF (£75 - £100) 1066) Halfpennies (4) 1907, 1910, 1917, 1935 A/UNC to UNC all with very good lustre (£75 - £100) 1067) Halfpennies (7) 1799 (2), 1853, 1854, 1887, 1890, 1928 NEF to GEF a couple with lustre, as part of a group of Halfcrowns to Farthings George III to Elizabeth II (70) in mixed grades to GEF some with lustre, includes a few in silver, Spain 50 Cent 1904 NVF, Canada 5 Cents 1941 Fine, along with Pennies 1902-1929 a part set in a Whitman folder in mixed grades, Shillings 1953 to 1966 English and Scottish complete in a Whitman folder mixed grades, plus a further 11 cupro-nickel Shillings in two additional Whitman folders, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1068) Jubilee Mint promoters items a variety of sets and cased items containing British coins including Hammered, Victorian Crowns and George VI silver (lot) (£200 - £300) 1069) LCGS slabbed items (10) Halfcrown 1892 ESC 725 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45, Florins (5) 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 868 Davies 811 dies 2A A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1918 ESC 937 Davies 1741, A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1928 ESC 948 UNC and lustrous with some light toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1936 ESC 955 (2) both A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Shilling 1916 ESC 1426 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786 nFDC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded

LCGS 85, Groat 1848 8 over 7 ESC 1944A GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Threehalfpence 1842 2 over large 2 in fraction CGS variety 02, A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£350 - £400) 1070) LCGS slabbed items (3) Shilling 1923 ESC 1433 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest of 18 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Florin 1923 ESC 942 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 25 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393 nFDC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£250 - £300) 1071) LCGS slabbed items (4) Sixpences (3) 1757 ESC 1622 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1758 ESC 1623 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Groat 1854 Toned UNC over considerable underlying lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£250 - £300) 1072) LCGS Slabbed items (6) Pennies (4) 1902 High Tide Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1919 Freeman 185 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1930 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1951 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Farthing 1881 Freeman 544 dies 5+C VF and scarce, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, Third Farthing 1881 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£325 - £375) 1073) LCGS slabbed items a small group (3) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726 Davies 660 dies 1A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Shilling 1900 ESC 1369 UNC or near so with an attractive colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Sixpence 1825 I’s in GEORGIUS and first I on BRITANNIAR have no top left serifs, EF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£220 - £260) 1074) LCGS slabbed items a small group (3) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1814 ESC 977 A/UNC with a hint of gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533 GEF with some adjustment lines, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Maundy Threepence 1762 ESC 2033 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£250 - £300) 1075) LCGS slabbed items a small group (5) Crowns (2) 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, 1822 TERTIO ESC 252 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, Shillings (3) 1816 ESC 1228 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Davies 230 dies 1A NVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1826 ESC 1257 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£180 - £220) 1076) Maundy Fourpences (8) 1831, 1837, 1840, 1841, 1846, 1848, 1856, 1859 NEF to A/UNC some with attractive tone (£275 - £325) 1077) Maundy Odds (10) Fourpences (2) 1717, 1721, Threepence 1723, Twopences (3) 1717, 1721, 1726, Pennies (4) 1718, 1720 HIPEX, 1723 (holed) 1725 in mixed grades to NEF (£300 - £350) 1078) Maundy Odds (18) Fourpences (4) 1689, 1690 (holed), 1795, 1893, Threepences (2) 1893, 1902, Twopences (7) 1679 (damaged), 1689 (holed), 1746, 1795, 1838 (2), 1893, Pennies (5) 1677, 1754, 1800 (this with an accompanying letter stating to be payment of a debt), 1833, 1895 in mixed grades some VF to EF (£300 - £400) 1079) Maundy Odds (27) Fourpences (5) 1687 7 over 6, 1905, 1907, 1931, 1937, Threepences (7) 1762 (5), 1763 (2), Twopences (8) 1838 (2), 1869, 1872, 1896, 1900, 1905, 1937, Pennies (7) 1687, 1760, 1822, 1857, 1904, 1905, 1937 (£300 - £400)

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1080) Maundy Odds (7) Fourpences (3) 1704, 1706, 1710, Threepences (2) 1705, 1710, Twopence 1704, Penny 1709, in mixed grades to NEF (£240 - £280)

1089) Pennies (12) 1877 (2), 1907 (5), 1908, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1931 the first two VG to Fine, others NEF to Choice UNC, a couple cleaned (£150 - £200)

1081) Maundy Odds a collection in an album (45) Fourpences (10) 1678, 1679, 1683, 1686, 1687 7 over 6, 1689, 1690, 1710, 1832, 1833, Threepences (8) 1679, 1687, 1689, 1692, 1740, 1762, 1833, 1883, Twopences (18) 1672 2 over 1, 1679, 1686, 1687, 1689, 1692, 1710, 1735, 1740, 1766, 1786, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1838, 1845, 1848, 1867, Pennies (9) 1672, 1686, 1690, 1718, 1735, 1786, 1831, 1832, 1835, in mixed grades many VF to EF (£800 - £1,000)

1090) Pennies (128) includes plenty of Bun heads, and provincial mints (64) in mixed circulated grades (£160 - £200)

1082) Maundy Set 1838 GEF to UNC with matching tone, Half Sovereign 1892 Fine, Groat Henry VIII First Coinage, Portrait of Henry VII S.2316 mintmark Portcullis Good Fine as part of an interesting and original group (45) Ancients to Elizabeth II includes a few medallic, token and world issues, with many useful pieces, in mixed grades to EF (£600 - £1,000) 1083) Maundy Set 1903 EF-UNC and lustrous, in a modern red Maundy Money case, Maundy a 3-part set 1922 UNC toned in the case of issue, Crowns 1937 (7) average EF, as part of a large group (over 25 Kilos) of GB and World 18th to 20th Century, includes some in silver, many in collectable grades, also includes Plastic Sets 1953 (3), Whitman folders (7) containing George V to Elizabeth II Halfcrowns to Farthings this also with some silver issues, USA State Quarters, Malaya and British Borneo 1 Cent (over 1 Kilo, mostly 1957 and 1961) etc. in mixed grades (£100 - £250) 1084) Maundy Set 1907 A/UNC to UNC with matching tone, in a Coincraft box, Halfcrown 1817 Small Head in an NGC holder AU Details - Surface hairlines, Farthing 1834 Good Fine (£100 - £150) 1085) Mint Set 1953 (10 coins Crown to Farthing) UNC in a slide case, Threepences to Half Farthing George III to Elizabeth II (54) in mixed grades, Farthings in Whitman Folders (3) 1860-1901 (two partially completed sets), 1902-1936 partially complete, in mixed circulated grades, Farthings around 7.3 Kilos in mixed grades includes many lustrous wrens, plus an additional group of Pennies, Halfpennies and Farthings (around 2.5 Kilos) includes some provincial mint Pennies, in mixed grades, plus Gibraltar Crowns 1967 Silver Proofs (2) as part of a small group of GB and World mostly 20th Century and in mixed grades (£250 - £500) 1086) Pennies (10) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 1 Fair/Poor, 1860 Freeman 10 dies 2+D with doubled V in VICT Fine, 1860 Freeman 13 dies 3+D EF silvered, 1860 Freeman 13 dies 3+D, R and E of REG misaligned, Poor ,holed, 1860 as Freeman 15 dies 4+D with obverse retouches NVF/GF, 1860 Freeman 15 dies 4+D GF, 1861 Last 1 over 1 in date, Poor, 1865 5 over 3 R of BRITT double struck Fine, 1866 all of date doubled, Poor, holed, 1866 Top of O in ONE not properly formed, Fine (£60 - £80) 1087) Pennies (10) 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 dies 1+B lustrous UNC, 1903 Freeman 158 dies 1+B EF and lustrous, 1905 Freeman 160 dies 1+B A/UNC, 1905 Freeman 161 dies 1+C A/UNC, 1906 Freeman 162 dies 1+C GEF the reverse lustrous, 1907 Freeman 163 dies 1+C GEF and lustrous with some contact marks, 1908 Freeman 164 dies 1+C GEF with lustre, 1908 Freeman 165 dies 2+C A/UNC and lustrous with a few spots, 1909 Freeman 168 dies 2+D GEF/UNC the reverse lustrous, 1910 GEF and lustrous (£180 - £220) 1088) Pennies (11) 1806 Fair, 1841 REG: VG, 1853 Plain Trident Good Fine, 1857 (2) VF and GVF both with double struck dates, 1858 8 over 7 EF, 1858 (5) VF to EF, Twopences 1797 (3) GVF (2) and Fine, cleaned (£125 - £225)

1091) Pennies (16) 1879 Narrow date (Fine), 1876H, 1879, 1881, 1882H, 1885 (2), 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889 14 Leaves, 1889 15 Leaves, 1890, 1891, 1894, in mixed grades to EF some with lustre (£200 - £250) 1092) Pennies (168) 1949 (50) most with the ‘forked tail to S of GEORGIVS’ variety A/UNC to UNC, 1902 Low Tide (1), 1912H (41), 1918H (28), 1918KN (7), 1919 (2), 1919H (35), 1926 (4), Brass Threepence 1946, Silver Threepences (15) 1926 Modified Effigy (11), 1930, 1932, 1943 (2) in mixed circulated grades (£300 - £350) 1093) Pennies (19) 1930, 1931 (3), 1935 (14), 1936 UNC and lustrous, a couple cleaned, the remainder almost full lustre many choice (£175 - £225) 1094) Pennies (22) 1797, 1806 (2), 1826 (2), 1841 No Colon, 1851 DEF Far Colon, 1853 OT (2), 1854 PT, 1854 OT (2), 1869, 1870, 1871, 1882H, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1891, 1893 3 over 2, Halfpenny 1799 in mixed grades some EF or better (£675 - £775) 1095) Pennies (3) 1797 10 Leaves EF/GVF, 1831 W.W VG, 1831 .W.W approaching Fine, Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide EF (£120 - £150) 1096) Pennies (3) 1831 W.W Peck 1458* VF with some contact marks, Rare, Ex-Carlisle 28/2/2008, 1831 Peck 1455 GVF with some scratches, 1834 Peck 1459 GVF/NEF, ExLockdales 21/1/2010 Lot 281 (part) (£400 - £500) 1097) Pennies (3) 1885 Freeman 121 dies 12+N UNC with around 75% lustre and some small tone spots, 1888 as Freeman 126 dies 12+N with the I’s in VICTORIA having no top left serif EF/GEF with traces of lustre, 1902 Low Tide as Freeman 156 dies 1+A with the 0 in the date partly filled at the top thus giving the impression of an overstrike EF and lustrous, once cleaned, now retoning (£330 - £360) 1098) Pennies (3) 1892, 1896, 1937, Halfpennies (4) 1858 8 over 7, 1875H, 1883, 1885, Farthings (3) 1856, 1860 Beaded Border, 1860 Toothed Border, EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£150 - £250) 1099) Pennies (4) 1853 Ornamental Trident, Italic 5, part of BRITANNIAR double struck EF, 1853 Ornamental Trident, Italic 5, Colon Dots after DEF close to each other VF, 1854 Ornamental Trident GEF, 1857 Ornamental Trident VF (£150 - £200) 1100) Pennies (4) 1877 Freeman 91 dies 9+J UNC toned, 1889 14 Leaves Freeman 128 dies 13+N UNC or near so and attractively toned, 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC or near so with traces of lustre, 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous the obverse with a few small spots (£320 - £360) 1101) Pennies (4) 1896 UNC with practically full lustre, 1911 (2) GEF and A/UNC both with lustre, 1934 A/UNC not mint darkened (£120 - £140) 1102) Pennies (4) 1911 Hollow neck as Freeman 171 dies 1+A, VG, 1909 with raised dot between N and E of PENNY (a similar variety to the 1897 Penny) VG the variety very clear, 1913 Freeman 175 dies 1+B VG, 1913 Freeman 176 dies 2+A VG (£100 - £120)

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1103) Pennies (4) 1915 Freeman 179 dies 2+B UNC with good, slightly subdued lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1915 Recessed Ear Fine, 1916 Freeman 180 dies 2+B UNC with good lustre and minor cabinet friction, ExTennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1916 Recessed Ear UNC/AU with good pale lustre, Ex-D.Craddock (£50 - £75) 1104) Pennies (48) 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921 Freeman 190 dies 2+B, 1921 Freeman 191 dies 3+B, 1922, 1926 First Head, 1926 Modified Effigy (Fine), 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1934 (EF), 1935, 1936, 1937 Freeman 217 dies 1+A, 1937 Proof Freeman 218 dies 1+A, 1937 Freeman 219 dies 1+B, 1937 Proof Freeman 220 dies 1+B, 1937 Freeman 220 dies 2+B, 1938, 1939, 1940 Single exergue line, 1940 Double exergue line, 1944 (GVF), 1944 Waves clear of exergue line, 1945 Mint toned, 1945 Not Mint Toned, 1946, 1946 Raised dot after ONE (Fine), 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1950 Proof, 1951, 1951 Proof, 1953, 1953 Proof, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970 Proof, GEF to UNC the majority with good or full lustre unless stated otherwise, Halfpennies (4) 1953 VG/Fine, 1954 (2) Fine and VF, and 1967 Thick Rim Lustrous UNC (£250 - £300) 1105) Pennies (5) 1797 NEF/GVF with some scratches, 1806 Incuse Curl (2) both around EF, 1826 NEF with a tone spot in the reverse field, 1841 REG No Colon EF colourfully toned with prooflike fields (£400 - £500) 1106) Pennies (5) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 7 dies 1+C VF but with green patina from having been underground, 1860 Toothed Border as Freeman 10, 0 of date low, GVF, 1861 Freeman 20 dies 2+G Fair, 1861 Freeman 20 dies 2+G Fine with some corrosion, 1875 Freeman 80 dies 8+H with mis-cut P in PENNY Fine (£200 - £250) 1107) Pennies (5) 1861 Freeman 26 dies 5+D Closer date figures, VF, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 6/9/2006 Lot 278 (part), 1861 Freeman 26 dies 5+D Wider date figures GVF ExTennants 4/5/2011 Lot 111 (part), 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G several letters incomplete or re-cut, NEF with some surface corrosion, 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G Close last 1 in date Fine, 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G G of D:G: turned 30 degrees clockwise, Fair (£50 - £100) 1108) Pennies (5) 1877 , 1912, 1913, 1916 Recessed Ear, 1917 A/UNC to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£290 - £340) 1109) Pennies (58) 1895 2mm (3), 1918KN (7), 1919KN (4), 1926 Modified Effigy (2), 1946 Raised Dot after ONE (2), VG to Fine, Victoria Bun Pennies (40) in mixed grades VG to NVF, Victoria Bun Halfpennies (41) VG to GF (£40 - £80) 1110) Pennies (7) 1911 Freeman 171 dies 1+A Lustrous UNC, ExLondon Coins Auction A109 5/6/2005 Lot 1694 (part), 1912 Freeman 172 dies 1+A UNC with streaky lustre, Ex-London Coins Auction A109 5/6/2005 (part), 1913 Freeman 174 dies 1+A EF and lustrous Ex-Tennants 11/6/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1913 Freeman 177 dies 2+B, Ex-Spink 23/9/2015 Lot 607 (part), 1914 Freeman 178 dies 2+B UNC with around 30% lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/6/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1917 Freeman 181 dies 2+B UNC and lustrous with a few small spots, Ex-Carlisle 4/7/2003 Lot 105 (part), 1917 Freeman 181 dies 2+B VG a curious piece, the reverse overstruck with two concentric circles (£50 - £75) 1111) Pennies (8) 1900, 1913, 1920, 1927, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1936, Halfpennies (3) 1910, 1917, 1920 VF to A/UNC some with lustre (£75 - £100) 1112) Pennies (9) 1895 Freeman 141 dies 1+B UNC with traces of lustre, Ex-London Coins Auction A109 5/6/2005 Lot1618 (part), 1896 Freeman 143 dies 1+B Gouby BP1896Aa 10 teeth die spacing Lustrous UNC, 1897 Freeman 145 dies 1+B, Gouby BP1897Aa 10 teeth date spacing UNC

with some lustre, 1897 Freeman 145 dies 1+B, Gouby BP1897Ab UNC with around 40% lustre, 1898 central bisect lines of the second 8 in line, Gouby BP1898B Fair, 1898 Freeman 148 dies 1+B, Gouby BP1898Aa 10 1/2 teeth date spacing Lustrous UNC, 1899 Freeman 150 dies 1+B, Gouby BP1898Ab 10 teeth date spacing EF, 1900 Freeman 153 UNC with good lustre, 1901 Freeman 154 dies 1+B UNC with good lustre and a couple of small spots (£100 - £150) 1113) Pennies in 2 display trays (87) George III to Elizabeth II in mixed grades with some later dates lustrous (£250 - £350) 1114) Pennies in 2 Whitman Folders 1860-1880 and 1881-1901 almost complete (51 coins) in mixed grades includes some better varieties (£75 - £100) 1115) Pennies in a Sandhill Album (48) 1861-1948, includes 1869, 1870, 1871, 1875H, in mixed circulated grades (£150 £200) 1116) Pennies Victoria from circulation mostly Veiled Head estimated by weight to be (1900) (£400 - £600) 1117) Penny 1902 Lustrous UNC as part of a group of Halfcrowns to Farthings George III to Elizabeth II (279), in mixed grades some lustrous (£200 - £300) 1118) Pre 1947 Silver Halfcrowns (175), Florins (152), Shillings (138), Sixpences (248), (£50.17 1/2 face) over 5.5 Kilos, plus Halfcrown 1948, New Zealand Halfcrown 1941, Cyprus 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 (2) in mixed grades (£700 - £1,200) 1119) Pre-1920 silver £8.00 face in mixed circulated grades, along with Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal 1897 25mm diameter in silver GVF (£300 - £400) 1120) Proof Sets 1970 (2) nFDC-FDC boxed, Cook Islands Two Dollars 1973 20th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Proofs (4) nFDC in the boxes of issue, Plastic Set 1953 UNC, Medallic First Day Cover 1973 Royal Wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips UNC in the white folder of issue, 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Michelangelo 1975 Medallic First Day Cover UNC as issued, Papua New Guinea Proof set 1975 each coin on a separate Numismatic cover with stamps FDC in the black album of issue, as part of a group of mixed Pre-Decimal coinage mostly in base metal with a small quantity of pre-1947 silver, in mixed grades (£125 - £250) 1121) Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head, Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type, Halfpennies (2) 1885, 1901, Farthing 1886, Sixpence VF, others EF to UNC (£100 - £200) 1122) Shillings (15) 1696N, 1739 Roses, 1743 Roses, 1816 (2), 1825 Lion on Crown, 1826, 1829, 1834, 1867 Die Number 6, VG/NF1875 (2) Die Numbers 13 and 68, 1887 Jubilee Head (5), 1890 (2), 1892, 1900, 1908, 1910, 1915, 1927 Second Reverse (3), 1929, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937S, 1944E, 1945E, 1945S, 1953S, 1953E (3), in mixed grades, some EF (£400 - £500) 1123) Shillings (19) 1709, 1711 (2), 1714 Roses and Plumes, 1723 SSC, 1736 Roses and Plumes, 1739 Roses, 1743 Roses, 1745 LIMA, 1758, 1834, 1875 Die Number 70, 1883, 1900, 1906 (2), 1916, 1917, 1934 in mixed grades VG to GVF grades generally in line with age (£400 - £500) 1124) Shillings (2) 1723 SSC, 1758, Sixpences (3) 1757, 1758, 1787 Hearts GVF to GEF (£150 - £200) 1125) Shillings (2) 1914, 1929, Sixpences (7) 1914, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1934, 1935, Penny 1935, Halfpennies (7) 1912, 1913, 1917, 1919, 1925 First Head, 1930, 1932, Farthing 1918, 1919, 1929, first coin Fine, others EF to UNC and lustrous (£125 - £175)

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1126) Shillings (4) 1862, 1863, 1879 Die Number 6, 1882 Fair to VG, all scarce or rare (£100 - £120) 1127) Shillings (70) in a Library style album William III to Elizabeth II in mixed grades the Elizabeth and George VI issues mostly lustrous, Sixpences (16) 1695 Fair, 1696 Fair, 1826 Lion on Crown NVF, 1844 Good Fine, 1887 Young Head Good Fine, 1889 Near Fine, 1912 Fine, 1914 About EF, 1915 Fine, 1923 Fine, 1924 GVF/VF, 1925 Wide rim GVF, 1926 First Head Good Fine, 1928 NVF, 1934 NEF scratches on obverse, 1952 Fine, plus a further group of Sixpences, Pennies, Halfpennies and Farthings, all 20th Century issues in album pages, in mixed grades to EF, with an album page of Poland 50 Zlotych to 1 Groscy (33) 1949-1980 in mixed grades to EF, along with a further group of Shillings (27) George III to Elizabeth II these in mixed grades some later coins VF to EF (£280 - £320) 1128) Shillings (94) George III to George VI in mixed grades some in EF (£180 - £220) 1129) Shillings 1877, 1883, 1884, 1889, 1894, 1897 (2), 1904 (3), 1911 (2), 1912, 1913, 1917, 1919 2/- 1931, 4/- 1889 mixed grades some in high grades (£240 - £250) 1130) Shillings in LCGS holders (7) 1875 ESC 1327 Die Number 21 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1895 Large Rose ESC 1364A A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 4106, 1900 ESC 1369, A/UNC with an attractive golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1916 ESC 1426 UNC with an attractive colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1918 ESC 1428 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1919 ESC 1429 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1934 ESC 1447 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£240 - £280) 1131) Silver Threepences (143) Victoria Young Head to George VI in mixed grades to EF, some toned, along with Groats (3) 1836 VF, 1845 NEF, 1888 NVF, and Threehalfpence 1841 GF (£180 - £220) 1132) Sixpences (12) 1696 First Bust, 1757 (4), 1758 (2), 1787 No Hearts, 1817, 1818, 1911, 1926 Modified Effigy, first VG, others Fine to GVF (£150 - £200) 1133) Sixpences (18) 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1950 Proof, 1951, 1951 Proof, 1952, Silver Threepences (8) 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944 NEF top Lustrous UNC a few with toning (£125 - £175) 1134) Sixpences (31) 1696 First Bust, 1697 Third Bust, 1723 SSC, 1739 Roses, 1746 LIMA, 1758 (plugged), 1817, 1825, 1826 Shield in Garter type (Fine), 1826, 1881, 1835, 1881, 1884, 1887 Young Head, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1892, 1897, 1903, 1909, 1914, 1924 (3), 1927 First Reverse, 1934, 1937, 1945 (2), 1948, 1951 in mixed grades to EF, Halfpennies (5) 1701 inverted A’s for V’s on obverse, Inverted V’s for A’s on reverse, Large 0 in date Peck 705 Obverse Fine, Reverse near so with some verdigris, 1717 No stops obverse Peck 769 Fine/Near Fine, 1718 No Stops on obverse Peck 775 Fine struck on a pitted flan, 1723 Peck 803 Good Fine/Fine the obverse with some thin scratches, 1875H GEF, as part of a group of Crowns to Farthings (123, mostly minors, 4 holed) George II to Elizabeth II, includes some scarcer dates, in mixed grades, some later dates lustrous (£550 - £750) 1135) Sixpences (6) 1902, 1912, 1913, 1917, 1919, 1925 narrow rim EF to UNC the first toned, others all lustrous, Threepences (17) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1888, 1892, 1893 Veiled Head, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1900, 1918, 1922, 1925, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1936 GVF to UNC (£250 £350)

1136) Sixpences 1952 (11), Brass Threepences 1946 (7), 1949 (4) in average circulated grades as part of a group of Cupronickel and bronze issues Halfcrown to Farthing (163) many in high grade and/or lustrous (£50 - £100) 1137) Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1816 ESC 1630 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1818 ESC 1634 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£100 - £120) 1138) Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1893 Veiled Head ESC 1762 Davies 1A Choice UNC with a deep and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1888 Reverse B ESC 1756 Davies 1162 dies 1B slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£140 - £180) 1139) Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1902 ESC 1785 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1907 ESC 1791 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£150 - £175) 1140) Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1911 Davies 1863 Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1913 Choice UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest of 24 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£170 - £220) 1141) Sixpences in LCGS holders (4) 1887 Jubilee Head Revised ESC 1754 Choice UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1889 Davies 1164 dies 1C Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1893 Veiled Head Davies 1180 dies 1A Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1900 ESC 1770 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£225 - £250) 1142) Sixpences in LCGS holders (4) 1927 Second Reverse Proof ESC 1816 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1935 ESC 1824 Lustrous UNC, lightly toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1936 ESC 1825 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Ex-Cheshire Collection NGC MS64, 1946 ESC 1836 Lustrous UNC with pleasing tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£160 - £200) 1143) Sixpences in LCGS holders (5) 1916 ESC 1801 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1919 ESC 1804 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1924 ESC 1810 Choice UNC with a hint of toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 1814 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1927 First Reverse ESC 1815 Choice Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£260 - £320) 1144) Sixpences in LCGS holders (7) 1893 ESC 1762 Davies 1180 dies 1A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1897 ESC 1767 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1899 ESC 1769 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1901 Toned A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1911 ESC 1795 Davies 1863 dies 2B A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1912 ESC 1797 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1930 ESC 1819 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£220 - £260) 1145) Sovereign 1852 VF Marsh 35 Ex-Jewellery, Two Pounds Silver One Ounce Britannia 2013 NGC ‘Gem Proof’ (£200 - £250) 1146) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse Marsh 56 Bright VF, Halfcrown 1930 Near Fine, Canada Dollar 1937 NEF, Anglo-Gallic Denier Richard the Lionheart S.8004 Fine, in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£250 - £350) 1147) Sovereign 1904 VF and Half Sovereign 1914 EF along with a small group of GB some in silver (lot) (£300 - £400) 1148) Sovereign 1911 as part of a group of GB and World 20th Century (42), includes a few silver minors, in mixed grades (£200 - £250)

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1149) Threehalfpences (9), Halfpennies (50), Farthings (129) includes 1844 and 1863, Half Farthings (7), Third Farthings (14), Quarter Farthings (4) in mixed grades, many Fractionals includes scarcer dates, some in high grades and/or with lustre (£400 - £700) 1150) Twopence 1797 GVF/VF, Pennies (2) 1917 AU/GEF, 1922 A/UNC and lustrous (£170 - £200) 1151) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NVF, Pennies (6) 1806 No Incuse curl Peck 1343 NEF with some contact marks and spots, 1807 Peck 1344 GVF, 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 VF cleaned, 1857 Plain Trident Peck 1514 EF and nicely toned, 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G Fair, poor surfaces, key date, 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B NVF possibly once cleaned, along with a further group comprising Twopences (7) 1797 GVF, VF (2), NVF, Fine, VG and VG cleaned as part of a group of Copper and bronze 17th to 20th Century (62), mostly later items, in mixed grades with some of the later dates lustrous (£600 - £700)

KM#2 Lustrous UNC, 5 Qindar Leku 1926R KM#1 UNC with good subdued lustre (£300 - £400) 1163) Asia (136) 19th and 20th Century, includes Hong Kong, India and Ceylon, includes some in silver, in mixed circulated grades (£130 - £160) 1164) Australia (3) Florins (2) 1911 Fine, 1915 VG with some scratches, Sixpence 1923 NVF with a small edge bruise (£110 - £130) 1165) Australia Penny Tokens (3) 1857 Samuel Henry, Deloraine, Tasmania KM#Tn102 Fine, the obverse with some spots and edge nicks, 1855 Lewis Abrahams, Hobart, Tasmania KM#Tn7 Fine, undated, T.Butterworth Castlemaine, Victoria KM#Tn28 Fine (£50 - £75) 1166) Australia, New Zealand and Fiji (136) includes plenty of silver minors, in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£240 - £280) 1167) Austria Ducats 1915 restrikes (6) BU (£450 - £725)

1152) Twopences 1797 (3) GVF, VF and About Fine (£50 - £75)

1168) Austria Maria Theresia Thaler 1780 Restrike (20) BU (£200 - £280)

1153) Victoria 1887 Jubilee Head Silver Set (7 coins) Crown, Double Florin (Roman 1), Halfcrown, Florin,. Shilling, Sixpence (Withdrawn type) and Threepence A/UNC to UNC and with original lustre, some with attractive tone, comes with the 11-coin black long set box, this in fair condition (£250 - £350)

1169) Austria Maria Theresia Thaler 1780 Restrike (20) BU (£200 - £280)

1154) Victoria to Elizabeth II Fractional Farthings to Crowns (138) includes plenty of silver minors, in mixed grades with many George V and George VI in lustrous grades, along with Halfpennies William III to Elizabeth II (89) in mixed grades mostly in line with age (£300 - £400) 1155) Year sets (2) 1946 Halfcrown to Farthing EF to UNC many lustrous, 1949 EF to UNC and lustrous with both the Brass Threepences key date rarities and hard to find in higher grades (£400 - £700) 1156) Year Sets in slide cases (29) 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 most coins EF to UNC and lustrous (£650 £1,250)

World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1157 – 1312) 1157) A collection in three albums mostly Africa with strength in British Commonwealth (lot) (£200 - £400) 1158) A mixed group including silver threepences circa 180, a group of recent issue Venezuela paper money, a very low grade Wreath Crown, a collection in an album including a Antoninus Pius Sestertius in collectable grade, and more (lot) (£400 - £750) 1159) A mixed group with promoters items including medals, a Morgan Dollar, a Mint Set and more (lot) (£60 - £90) 1160) A mixed lot with a Charles I Shilling, Ireland Penny of Edward I, some Roman artefacts these Ex Coincraft, others a small group mostly more recent issues with some paper money and a medal cliché, and a set of reproduction coins in a framed glass display (lot) (£100 - £200) 1161) Africa, mostly 20th Century Commonwealth issues (155) includes some in silver, in mixed grades a few lustrous (£120 - £160) 1162) Albania (5) 1 Lek 1926R KM#5 UNC, Half Lek 1926R KM#4, Quarter Lek 1927R KM#3 UNC, 10 Qindar Leku 1926R

1170) Belgium 1 Franc (3) 1867 VF, 1886 NEF, 1912 VF, 50 Centimes (2) 1863 NEF, 1909 A/UNC as part of a group of Belgium (29) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1171) Cambodia Khmer Empire Lead pieces (3) 6 Units, 23.9 grammes on a round flan, 23.66 grammes on a petal-shaped flan, 15.59 grammes on a petal-shaped flan, Fair to Fine the surfaces with some encrustation from being in the ground (£40 - £80) 1172) Canada - Newfoundland (2) 50 Cents 1900 VG, 1919 C VG, Canada 50 Cents (3) 1904 G, 1910 Edwardian Leaves KM#12a Good Fine, 1916 About Fine darkly toned (£150 £200) 1173) Canada (44) 19th and 20th Century includes some Island token issues, and some silver minors, in mixed grades, a few in EF, along with a further group of Canada (over 400, over 200 are One Cent) includes Newfoundland 50 Cents (2) 1896, 1918C VG, mostly base metal includes some silver minors, in mixed grades some coppers VF or better (£400 - £500) 1174) Canada 25 Cents (4) 1905 EF and lustrous, 1907 VG/Fine, 1911 VF, 1912 A/UNC, 10 Cents 1907 NEF toned, 5 Cents (7) 1905 GVF/NEF toned, 1922 (2) NEF and VF, 1923 A/ UNC and lustrous, 1927 VF, 1928 GVF, 1929 EF, One Cent 1919 (2) Lustrous UNC and Toned UNC/UNC (£120 - £150) 1175) Canada Cent 1858 Fine as part of a group of Canada and Newfoundland (63, 3 holed) 25 Cents to 1 Cent includes some Victorian and some silver minors, in mixed grades to EF (£200 - £250) 1176) Canada Dollars (200) 1960 (1), 1961 (1), 1963 (17), 1964 Charlottetown (3), 1965 (78), 1966 (100) GEF to UNC in tubes many with full mint lustre (£1,000 - £1,700) 1177) Central Africa 500 Francs 1976E Essai KM#E9 BU in the original Monnaie de Paris sleeve (£75 - £100) 1178) China - Republic Dollars Year 23 (1934) Junk Y#345 (3) UNC and lustrous, two with light original toning (£150 - £200) 1179) China (35) mostly early Cash type, also includes China Kwangtung 20 Cents undated (2) VG and NF, Fukien Province 20 Cents Year 20 (1931) VF, China - Japanese Puppet States Meng Chiang 5 Chiao Year 27 (1938) NVF, Manchukuo Fen 1934 EF (£100 - £150)

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1180) China copper and brass issues (72) mostly cash types a varied group in mixed grades (£120 - £150) 1181) Chinese Cash (50) a mixed group, along with Coins and Tokens a mixed group includes some replica issues, Gaming Counters - Imitation Spade Guineas, To Hanover tokens etc. in mixed grades (lot) (£25 - £50) 1182) Cuba and Cota Rica, Merchants and Transport Tokens (17) includes Railway and Omnibus tokens, in mixed grades VG to VF (£150 - £200) 1183) Cyprus 18 Piastres 1901, 9 Piastres 1901, 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 VG to NF as part of a group of Cyprus 20th Century (173) in mixed grades some in EF (£180 - £220) 1184) Cyprus 45 Piastres 1928 VF, 9 Piastres (3) 1913, 1919 (2), 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 (3) VG to Fine, plus a further group of Cyprus (17) Edward VII to Elizabeth II these in mixed grades a couple lustrous (£80 - £100) 1185) Cyprus Proof Sets 2-coin sets 1976 (2) each comprising One Pound 1976 and 500 Mils 1976 Refugee Commemoratives Silver Proofs, both FDC in the green boxes of issue, Cyprus One Pound 1976 KM#46 Refugees (2) both UNC and lustrous in slide cases, 500 Mils 1976 KM#45 Refugees (2) both UNC and lustrous in slide cases (£50 - £75) 1186) Denmark 2 Kroner 1924 Fine, as part of a group of Scandinavia (35) mostly 20th Century includes a few silver minors, in mixed grades (£240 - £280) 1187) Djibouti 100 Francs 1977 Essai KM#EE7 BU in the original Monnaie de Paris sleeve (£75 - £100) 1188) Egypt 10 Para AH1277/Year 3 (1862) KM#243 (52) EF to UNC many with lustre (£500 - £750) 1189) Europe a small group (6) Belgium (2) 2 Francs 1880 50th Anniversary of Independence KM#39, 1 Franc 1880 50th Anniversary of Independence KM#38 both Good Fine, Greece (2) 10 Lepta 1846 KM#25 Fine/Good Fine, some staining, Lepton 1830 Phoenix in pearl circle KM#5 VG scarce, Italian States - Papal States Scudo 1835 VB KM#1324 GVF toned with some thin scratches on the reverse, Switzerland 5 Francs 1907 KM#34 VF with some scratches on the cross (£525 - £575) 1190) Europe and World with many France and Belgium issues, 19th and 20th Century includes France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Cyprus, Russia and Channel Islands and more, 19th and 20th Century issues, over 8 Kilos, in mixed grades some VF to EF (£600 - £700) 1191) European 17th to 19th Century (73) a varied group includes France, German States, Swiss Cantons, Italy, Netherlands and related, Belgium, Sweden and Denmark, includes many silver minors in mixed grades, a few in EF (£75 - £150) 1192) FAO money boards 1968-1972 boards 1, 2 and 3 (3 boards of each) also FAO Money Album 2 this including the 4 Dollars Caribbean issues, and Polish pattern issues, and FAO money album 3 UNC and lustrous some with toning the albums and boards in excellent condition with accompanying paperwork (£500 - £600) 1193) France (5) 5 Francs (2) 1873A, 1875A (2), One Franc 1909, 50 Centimes 1903, Italy 5 Lire 1879R, USA One Dollar 1883O, Costa Rica 25 Centavos (2) 1892, 1893, 10 Centimos 1905 (3) EF to Lustrous UNC a pleasing and useful group (£100 - £200) 1194) France 5 Centimes 1909 (7) EF to UNC, as part of a group of France (67) 18th to 20th Century includes a couple of token issues, in mixed grades a few in EF (£80 - £100)

1195) France Ecu 1767 Pau Mint, Mintmark Cow KM#518 NEF/EF and lustrous, as part of a group of France (9) 5 Francs (7) L’An 6 K Fine, toned, L’An 9 Q Fine, L’An 11 A KM#650.1 Fine, L’An 12 A Fine, L’An 13 A VG, 1814L Near Fine, 1847A VG, 20 Francs 1933 NVF, along with Austrian states - Burgau Thaler 1780 ST SF Good Fine and scarce (£150 - £250) 1196) GB (50) and World (57) mostly 20th Century includes some in silver, a few holed or damaged, along with Hammered (41) includes many cut or fragmented, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1197) GB and a few World mostly modern issues, a few earlier, housed in a plastic cabinet, in mixed grades mostly lustrous (lot) (£160 - £200) 1198) GB and World (51) Crowns to Shillings Victoria to Elizabeth II (38) includes many silver items along with Penny 1797 and a small group of World (12) 19th and 20th Century includes Germany Weimar Republic 5 Marks 1925F VF, in mixed circulated grades (£200 - £300) 1199) GB and World 17th to 20th Century (58) a wide mix of countries, includes plenty of silver, the vast majority in high grade (£800 - £1,200) 1200) GB and World 19th and 20th Century a good mix, includes silver items and some paranumismatic items, in mixed grades a few lustrous (total weight around 4 Kilos) (£170 £220) 1201) GB and World a collection in 4 large albums 20th Century issues, the majority USA with many in silver includes Silver Dollars, Half Dollars, Quarter Dollars and Dimes, in mixed grades with many later coins lustrous (lot) (£1,000 - £1,500) 1202) GB and World along with books Seaby Roman Britain, Seaby Standard Catalogue 1949 and Coincraft 1999 Edition (8 kilos gross weight) (£150 - £300) 1203) GB and world including Double Florin 1888 and German States 5 Marks 1915 (lot 20 KG gross weight) (£150 - £250) 1204) GB and world including European silver (lot) (£100 - £150) 1205) GB and World including France Ecu 1765 and GB Sixpence 1723 and two books (lot) (£200 - £400) 1206) GB and World including middle grade Victorian large silver and some Victoria era commemorative medals (lot) (£125 - £200) 1207) GB and World including pre - Victorian silver crowns (lot) (£200 - £300) 1208) GB and World including silver and Cartwheel 1797 issues (lot) (£150 - £250) 1209) GB and World including silver crown sized issues, George II shilling and Sixpence, some USA pre 1900 bronze, and Bank of England and Northern Ireland £5 and £10 notes (lot) (£150 - £250) 1210) GB and world including sterling silver issues, bronze including 1874 Penny in collectable grade, recent paper money and more (lot) (£100 - £175) 1211) GB and World including Victorian crowns along with Canada 1967 7 coin set Confederation with medal in the red box of issue with certificate toned Unc, Plastic Set 1953 Unc and EEC 50p Proof, cased silver proof crowns 1977 (4) FDC (lot) (£125 - £200)

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1212) GB and World ranging from pre Victorian silver crowns to modern (lot) (£150 - £250) 1213) GB Florin 1880 VF, Shillings (9) 1709 Fine, 1711 Good Fine, 1723 SSC (2) both around Fine, 1735 Roses and Plumes Fine, 1743 Roses Fine, 1745 LIMA (2) both Fine, 1890 NEF, 1898 EF, Sixpence 1896 EF, Maundy Threepence 1762 Good Fine, along with Pre-1920 silver £1.00 face, and a further group of Canada and related (11) Canada (8) 10 Cents 1880, 1901, 1911, 1920, 5 Cents 1922, 1 Cent 1859, 1897, 1905, in mixed grades Near Fine to VF, Nova Scotia Cent 1861, New Brunswick Cent 1861 Fine, Bank of Upper Canada Halfpenny Bank Token 1852 Fine (£275 - £350) 1214) German States Thalers (22) generally 1840 - 71 from circulation generally Fine and from a variety of States along with 3 Marks Prussia 1911 (2) VF and Baden 1908 Fine with scratches (£125 - £225) 1215) Germany - Federal Republic (30) 10 Marks (10) 1972D Olympics (2), 1972F Olympics, 1972G Olympics, 1972J Olympics, 1987 30 Years of European Unity, 1988F Carl Zeiss, 1988 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Schoppenhauer, 1990F 800th Anniversary of the Death of Kaiser Friedrich Barbarossa, 1993J 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Koch, 5 Marks (20) 1951F, 1968G 500th Anniversary of the Death of Johannes Gutenberg, 1969F 375th Anniversary of the Death of Gerhard Mercator (4), 1969G 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Theodor Fontane, 1970F 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, 1971D 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Albrecht Durer, 1971G 100th Anniversary of the German Empire Silver Proof, 1971D, 1973G 125th Anniversary of the Frankfurt Parliament, 1973F 25th Anniversary of Constitutional Law (4), 1975G Centenary of the Birth of Albert Schweitzer Silver Proof, 1975F European Monument Protection Year, 1977G 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Heinrich von Kleist, 1977 225th Anniversary of the Death of Balthasar Neumann mostly EF to UNC (£150 - £200) 1216) Germany and German States 18th to 20th Century (125) many different types, includes some in silver, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1217) Germany and German States in PCGS holders (3) 1 Mark 1875A KM#7 PCGS MS66, 5 Pfennigs 1875B KM#3 PCGS MS63, Prussia 1/6 Thaler 1840A KM#411 PCGS MS64 (£160 - £200) 1218) Germany, German States and Austria 18th and 20th Century in base metal (535) a varied group in mixed circulated grades (£180 - £220) 1219) Greece (104) mostly 20th Century base metal issues, includes some 19th Century bronze issues, and Ionian Islands (3) Obol 1820 (2), 30 Lepta 1851 in mixed grades, along with a further group of Greece (36) 20 Drachma (3) 1930, 1967, 1973, 10 Drachma 1973 (2), 5 Drachma (2) 1966, 1973, 2 Drachma (2) 1926 (2) VF and UNC, lightly toned with some light contact marks, 1962 UNC and lustrous, 1 Drachma (5) 1873 About Fine, 1883, 1910, 1926, 1966, 50 Lepta 1874A, 20 Lepta (4) 1894A Fair, 1959, 1973, 1978, 10 Lepta (11) 1838 the 8 appears to be overstruck if so unlisted,1869, 1882 (5), 1900, 1912 (2), 1954, 1959, 5 Lepta (3) 1838 NVF with some scratches on the reverse in mixed grades, 1878, 1912, 1954, the older pieces around Fine, later pieces EF to UNC, plus Ionian Islands 2 Lepta 1819 GF, along with an additional group of Greece 20th Century (62) includes some earlier coppers, in mixed grades to EF (£200 - £250) 1220) Greece (80) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades a few later dates lustrous, along with Greece a group of largely modern material in base metal most in high grade (lot, around 2.9 Kilos) includes 50 Lepta 1926 UNC, also Europe includes France, Italy, Germany and more, 18th to 20th Century (171), in mixed circulated grades (£140 - £160)

1221) Greece 10 Lepta 1846 Fine as part of a group of Greece (95) mostly 20th Century many later issues in higher grades (£150 - £200) 1222) Greece an accumulation in an album, along with a small group of other World coins, (total 287) largely 20th Century issues with a few earlier pieces some of these in silver, in mixed grades to EF, along with Italy an accumulation in an album 19th and 20th Century 100 Lire to 1 Centesimo (210) in mixed grades, some later dates EF (£200 - £300) 1223) Greece base metal issues some pre 1900 a few in high grades some duplicated, ex dealers retail stock (priced up at €281) (£40 - £80) 1224) Hong Kong, Straits Settlements and Malaya (54) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades some lustrous (£70 - £90) 1225) India 18th to 20th Century (161) Gold Fanam VF, Half Rupees (5) 1835, 1840 Obverse legend continuous over bust, 1840 Obverse legend divided, 1862 Calcutta,1918 (this EF), Quarter Anna 1880 Lustrous A/UNC as part of a group of silver and copper in mixed grades, along with Rupees (2) 1835 Thin Lettering, RS on truncation KM#450.7 NVF/VF with a toning spot on the bust, scarce, 1840 Calcutta, 28 Berries, WW Raised on truncation, Large Diamonds, KM#458.2 A/UNC and lustrous with a stain at the top of the obverse, 2 Annas 1918 Calcutta KM#516 About UNC and lustrous, 4 Annas 1920 Bombay KM#519 EF, along with a further group of India (34), Indian States (2) and Temple Token (1) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades to EF, along with an additional group, India (4) Half Rupee (2) 1862, 1928, Quarter Rupee (2) 1840, 1944, Ceylon (3) 1/48th Rixdollar 1802 G, 1 Stuiver 1815 VG, Half Stuiver 1815 NF scratched, Mauritius Half Rupees (3) 1934 (2), 1950 VF and F, and a final group of India and Ceylon (48) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades a few in silver (£500 - £600) 1226) India and Islamic Silver includes many Dump Coinage (50, one holed) in mixed grades (£600 - £800) 1227) India and related (10) includes silver dump issues, along with GB and World an additional small group (4) includes a Henry III Penny this Fine and holed (£40 - £60) 1228) India Mughal Empire Rupee AH1068/Year 32 - 1668 (type 235) Fine, India Mughal Empire Rupee Akbar Shah the Great 1556-1605AD, weight 11.16 grammes Fine, India Mughal Empire Silver Tanka Sultan Mohammed II (12961315) weight 10.82 grammes, Fine, India - Sultan of Delhi Firoz Shah Tughlaq (1351-1388) Silver Tanka, weight 8.88 grammes, Fine, India - Gujarat Rulers Half Tanka 16th Century Good Fine, Indian Princely States - Travancore 18th Century Chuckram NVF, Armenia and Cilicia Silver Tram Levon I. 1199-1226 VF, Silver Dirham Seljuqs of Rum Kaykhusru II (1236-1245) Sun and Lion type VF with some weakness of strike (8 coins in lot) (£100 - £200) 1229) India One Rupees (3) 1862 Calcutta Mint, Type A bust, Type II Reverse GEF, 1879 Bombay Mint, Type A Bust, Type II reverse EF with a small spot on the Queen’s hair, 1880 Bombay Mint, Type A bust, Type II reverse UNC or near so and lustrous with a small tone spot on the reverse (£80 - £100) 1230) Indian Dump Coinage - Sultans of Delhi coppers (103) in mixed grades (£50 - £60) 1231) Iran (13) 5000 Dinars - 5 Kran (3) SH1304, SH1306, SH1310, 2000 Dinars - 2 Kran (2) SH1306, SH1310, 1000 Dinars - 1 Kran (5) SH1305, SH1306, SH1308, SH1312, AH1333, 500 Dinars - Half Kran (2) SH1315, AH1329, Half Rial SH1312, in mixed grades some EF (£150 - £200)

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1232) Iran, Egypt and other Middle East issues (49) includes early 20th Century issues in silver, in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£80 - £100) 1233) Ireland (6) Halfcrown Gunmoney 1690 May. Small size S.6580CCC Limerick Bust NVF with some pitting to the flan, Rare, Shilling Edward VI 1549 a contemporary brass imitation ‘Bungal’ issue S.6494A mintmark Arrow, weight 6.5 grammes Fair, scarce, Shilling 1689 Dec: as S.6581K with ERA for FRA, NEF for wear but pitted, Shilling 1690 June. S.6582G VF pitted with a few small spots, Farthings (2) Armstrong’s Coinage of 1660-1661 Upright die axis, R on Crown band, S.6566 Fair/NVF the obverse with surface corrosion, Southern Cities of Refuge local issue 1645-1647, Cork (?) Ship reverse on a rectangular flan, 2.9 grammes, Poor thus preventing a more accurate attribution (£475 £550) 1234) Ireland 2 Euro 2012 10th Anniversary of the Euro Coinage KM#71 a sealed bag of 500 coins UNC (£700 - £900) 1235) Ireland Halfpennies (4) 1935 GEF, 1942 UNC with traces of lustre, 1946 A/UNC, 1949 Lustrous UNC (£50 - £75) 1236) Ireland Sixpence 1555 Philip and Mary in base silver VG, Isle of Man Penny 1786 Fine, as part of a group of Ireland (120) Ten Shillings to Farthing in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1237) Isle of Man (4) Penny 1839 EF, Halfpennies (2) 1813 A/ UNC, 1839 EF, Farthing 1839 Lustrous UNC (£375 - £425) 1238) Isle of Man (5) Pennies (2) 1733 Fine, 1758 Fine, Halfpennies (2) 1733 About Fine, 1758 VG/NF, Farthing 1839 GVF/NEF with a scratch on the obverse (£90 - £120) 1239) Israel (27) 100 Lirot 1979, 50 Lirot 1978 Proof (2), 25 Lirot 1976, 1977 , 1978 Proof, 10 Lirot (11) 1967 Victory Commemorative, 1968 20th Anniversary of Independence, 1969, 1970 22nd Anniversary of Independence, 1971 Independence Day, 1971 Let My People Go, 1972 24th Anniversary of Independence, 1973 25th Anniversary of Independence, 1974 26th Anniversary of Independence, 1975 Hanukka, 5 Lirot (8) 1958 10th Anniversary of Independence, 1960 12th Anniversary of Independence, 1962 14th Anniversary of Independence, 1965 17th Anniversary of Independence, 1966 18th Anniversary of Independence, 1967 19th Anniversary of Independence, 1972 Hanukka, 1973 Hanukka, 1 Sheqel (2) 1980 Hanukka, 1985 Ship of Oniyahu, Prooflike, A/UNC to BU (£175 - £225) 1240) Italian States (15) Ancona 2 Baiocchi 1799 Good Fine with some scratches, Papal States - Gubbio 2 1/2 Baiocchi 1796 VF with some verdigris, Sardinia 5 Centesimi 1826 Fine/VG, Italian States Emilia 50 Centesimi 1860 KM#11 Papal States (11) 20 Baiocchi 1865r (3) 5 Baiocchi 1864R, 10 Soldi (2) 1867R, 1869R, 5 Soldi 1866R, 2 Baiocchi 1849R, in mixed grades a few EF and lustrous, Vatican City (3) 5 Lire 1930 Fine with some scratches, 2 Lire 1942 EF, 50 Centesimi 1942 EF, San Marino (2) 5 Lire 1937 VF, 100 Lire 1976 EF, as part of a group of Italy and Italian States (60) 19th and 20th Century in mixed circulated grades, along with an additional group, Italy (156), Papal States (2) 19th to 20th Century, the majority in base metal, in mixed grades and a further group of Italy 19th and 20th Century 2 Lire to 1 Centesimo (236) in mixed circulated grades (£300 - £350) 1241) Italian States (3) Naples and Sicily 10 Tornesi 1859 Good Fine, Venice 15 Centesimi 1848ZV Fine, Sardinia 20 Soldi 1795 NF, Italy (2) 5 Lire 1926 Fine, 50 Centesimi 1863 GVF (£60 - £80) 1242) Italy (4) 10 Lire (2) 1927 *FERT* KM#68.1 1928 *FERT* KM#68.1 Good Fine with some hairlines, 5 Lire 1928 *FERT* KM#67.1 VF, 2 Lire 1926 KM63 NVF (£125 - £175)

1243) Italy (92) 19th and 20th Century largely base metal issues, in mixed circulated grades, some in EF (£120 - £150) 1244) Kazakhstan 50 Tenge 2015 ‘Oriental tale: Nasreddin Afandi’ (100), 50 Tenge 2015 100th Anniversary of Malik Gabdullin (50), 50 Tenge 2015 Ovis Orientalis Arcal (50) UNC and lustrous (£175 - £225) 1245) Keeling Cocos Islands (5) One Rupee 1913 KM#Tn5 serial no.1716 GVF, 50 Cents 1913 KM#Tn4 serial no.1240 About VF, 25 Cents 1913 KM#Tn3 serial no.4090 VF, 10 Cents 1913 KM#Tn2 serial no.2276 VF, 5 Cents 1913 KM#Tn1 serial no.3068 GVF, Rare (£550 - £650) 1246) Mali 100 Francs 1975 Essai KM#E2 BU still sealed in the sleeve of issue (£75 - £100) 1247) Mali 25 Francs 1976 Essai in Aluminium KM#E4 BU in the original Monnaie de Paris sleeve (£75 - £100) 1248) Mali 50 Francs 1975 Essai KM#E1 BU still sealed in the sleeve of issue (£75 - £100) 1249) Medals GB and World (19) and Tokens these mostly European types(30) a varied group in mixed grades, some VF and better (£50 - £75) 1250) Netherlands 25 Cents 1895 EF as part of a group of Europe a large group includes Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, France and more, 18th to 20th Century, includes some silver (around 5 Kilos) in mixed grades (lot) (£1,000 - £1,200) 1251) Netherlands and related (10) Netherlands (8) 50 Gulden 1982 Dutch-American Friendship UNC in slip case, 50 Gulden 1984 400th Anniversary of the Death of William of Orange UNC cased, 50 Gulden 1987 Queen Mother and Prince Bernhard Golden Wedding UNC, 50 Gulden 1988 300th Anniversary of William and Mary UNC cased, 10 Gulden 1970 25th Anniversary of Liberation UNC, 10 Gulden 1973 25th Anniversary of the Reign of Queen Juliana, 2 1/2 Gulden 1932 KM#165 GVF, Netherlands Antilles (2) 25 Gulden 1973 25th Anniversary of the Reign of Queen Juliana, 2 1/2 Gulden 1964 A/UNC with golden tone, Curucao 2 1/2 Gulden 1944 EF (£75 - £100) 1252) Palestine (12) 20 Mils 1927, 10 Mils (3) 1933, 1937, 1939, 5 Mils 1939, 2 Mils 1927, 1 Mil (6) 1927 (2), 1942 (2), 1943, 1944 (2), Fine to VF, along with a small group of Israel modern issued (12) in mixed grades and Brunei 5 Sen 1980 GVF, plus a further group of Middle East (56) 1800-1956 includes some silver minors, in mixed grades (£130 - £150) 1253) Poland (4) World War II German Occupation Coinage - Lodz Ghetto 10 Marks 1943 Aluminium KM#Tn3a, 10 Marks 1943 KM#Tn3a Aluminium-Magnesium, 5 Marks 1943 KM#Tn2 Aluminium, 5 Marks 1943 KM#Tn2a Aluminium-Magnesium Fair to Fine (£25 - £50) 1254) Portugal (10) 500 Reis (2) 1858 Fine, 1891 NEF, 200 Reis 1863 GF, 100 Reis 1877 Fine, 20 Reis (3) 1830 VG, 1883 VF, 1892 GVF, 10 Escudos (2) 1928 Battle of Ourique GVF toned, 1954 VF, 50 Centavos 1926 GVF, along with Macau 1 Pataca 1975 EF (£80 - £100) 1255) Portugal (55) 20 Escudos 1953 (14), 1966 (17), 10 Escudos 1954 (4), 1955 (4) EF to Choice UNC, 5 Escudos (16) 1942 (6), 1947 (4), 1948 (4), 1951 Fine to VF (£200 - £250) 1256) Portugal 1000 Escudos (19) 1994 Treaty of Tordesilhas, 1995 500th Anniversary of the Death of John II (4), 1996 Restoration of the Frigate Ferdinand II and Gloria (3), 1997 100th Anniversary of the Portuguese Oceanic Expedition, 1998 500th Anniversary of the Misericordia Church, 1998 75th Anniversary of the League of Combatants (2), 1998 Dom Manuel I, 1998 International Year of the Oceans Expo 98, 1999 Millennium of Atlantic Sailing, 1999 25th Anniversary of the April 25 Revolution, 2000 Lusitano Horses, 2000 EU Presidency, 2000 Joao de Castro A/UNC to UNC and lustrous (£150 - £200)

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1257) Portugal 1000 Escudos (30) 1994 Treaty of Tordesilhas, 1996 Restoration of the Frigate Ferdinand II and Gloria (4), 1997 100th Anniversary of the Portuguese Oceanic Expedition (8), 1997 Pauliteiros Dancers, 1998 Dom Manuel (2), 1998 75th Anniversary of the League of Combatants, 1998 International Year of the Oceans Expo 98 (2), 1998 500th Anniversary of the Misericordia Church (4), 1998 500th Anniversary of the Misericordia Church .925 Silver Proof, 1999 Millennium of Atlantic Sailing (2), 2000 EU Presidency, 2000 Joao de Castro (3) UNC and lustrous a few with light toning (£200 - £300) 1258) Russia 5 Kopeks Silver (49) 1821 (2), 1833, 1834, 1838 (2), 1846, 1848, 1850 (2), 1851 (2), 1853 (2), 1856 (4), 1860 (4), 1861 (2), 1862 (4), 1863 (2), 1864, 1865 (3), 1867 (3), 1868, 1869, 1887, 1888, 1890 (4) the vast majority VF to GEF many nicely toned (£1,200 - £1,500) 1259) Southern Rhodesia, Rhodesia & Nyasaland and Rhodesia a collection in an album including George V silver issues some in better grades (£400 - £700) 1260) Spain 2 Reales (3) 1721, 1722, 1774PJ, Fair to Near Fine Bolivia 2 Reales 1784 PTS Fine, Mexico 1 Real (2) 1785 VG/ NF, 1789 Fair, along with a quarter cut Spanish American 8 Reales c.1790 Fine (£100 - £150) 1261) Spanish American Cobs (6) 8 Reales (1), 2 Reales (3, one mounted), 1 Real (2) a better than average group, with four pieces having clear dates VG to NVF (£100 - £200) 1262) Straits Settlements (25) Dollar 1907 (2), 50 Cents (2) 1888 KM#13 VG with all major details clear, a key date, 1907, 20 Cents (5) 1883, 1890H, 1896, 1898, 1935, 10 Cents (2) 1895, 1901, Cents (12) 1845, 1862, 1874H, 1876 (2), 1877, 1883, 1887, 1888 (2), 1897, 1901, 1920, Half Cent 1872H, Java Tin Dump Coinage 1813, along with Hong Kong and Mauritius minors (20) 19th and 20th Century a few in silver in mixed circulated grades, along with a further group comprising Straits Settlements, Hong Kong, Borneo, Thailand and Malaya 19th and 20th Century (199), these in mixed grades with a few later coins lustrous (£350 - £400) 1263) USA (10) Trade Dollars (2) 1873 Fine, 1878S Good Fine with grey tone, Dollars (2) 1878 CC VF with some thin scratches on the obverse, 1890 CC Good Fine, 10 Cents 1834 VG, Half Dimes (2) 1831 Fine, 1861 Fine, Unity Cent 1783 Breen 1188 Reverse lettering weakly struck, the portrait Near Fine, Cent 1861 Confederate, Restrike (early 1960s) in silver by Brashlow from heavily defaced dies, EF, USA/Ireland Farthing 1723 Woods, Fine for wear with some pitting to the surfaces (£800 - £900) 1264) USA (13) Half Dollar 1964 UNC, Quarter Dollar 1918 Fine, Ten Cents (3) 1876CC VG, 1876CC NF, 1887S Fine, Five Cents 1830 Good Fine, 1870 Fine, dig on obverse, 1883 No Cents, NVF, Cents (5) 1858, 1859, 1862, 1865. 1867 67 over small 67 in mixed grades (£75 - £125) 1265) USA (22) Dollars (14) 1879S PCGS Genuine Cleaning UNC details, 1881O PCGS MS62, 1881O PCGS MS63, 1884S VF, 1889 PCGS Genuine Cleaning UNC details, 1891 (5) PCGS AU58, PCGS AU53 (2), PCGS AU50, Genuine Cleaning AU details, 1891S AU53, 1891 GEF, 1891 About EF, 1898, PCGS MS62, 1922 GVF with a stain on the reverse, Ten Cents (2) 1916 Lustrous UNC, 1939D Lustrous UNC with choice golden tone, 5 Cents (5) 1913 Type 2 PCGS Genuine Cleaning UNC details, 1916 PCGS Genuine Clening UNC details, 1937 (2) both PCGS MS66, 1938D NGC MS66 (£250 - £500) 1266) USA (69) 19th and 20th Century includes plenty of silver, with some early 20th Century. In mixed grades, a few holed (£150 - £200)

1267) USA (9) Half Dollar Commemorative 1925 Stone Mountain A/UNC, Quarter Dollars (2) 1904 VG, 1935 UNC, Dimes (2) 1829 VG/Fair, One Cent (4) 1857 NVF, 1909 NEF with traces of lustre and nicely matched (£75 - £100) 1268) USA 1954 coins (15) in high grades three of each of Half Dollar, Quarter Dime, Nickel and Cent lustrous Unc - BU housed in a Capital perspex display holder, along with Nickel 5c 1954 (13) these too generally in lustrous Unc (£75 - £100) 1269) USA a collection in an aluminium case (32) includes Morgan and Peace Dollars (10) silver Eagles (12) in mixed grades the Eagles mostly UNC and lustrous, many with Westminster certificates (£350 - £550) 1270) USA Dimes 1961D (50), 1962D (50) Lustrous UNC in 2 mint rolls (£110 - £130) 1271) USA Dollars (3) 1884O UNC, 1885O AU/UNC, 1887 UNC with a hint of tone, Mexico 8 Reales 1856GVF toned (£150 - £175) 1272) USA Half Dollar (6) 1813, 1855 O Heavy Numerals, 1859 O, 1860 O, 1877, 1908D first VF with some scratches, the others VG to Fine (£75 - £100) 1273) USA Half Dollar 1859O NGC ‘Shipwreck Effect’ A/UNC from the SS Republic 1853-1865 nicely presented in a wooden box with DVD, historical information from the Odyssey Marine Association about the ship, its cargo and its recovery in 1865 (£75 - £150) 1274) USA Half Dollars (98) 1918S, 1920S, 1923S, 1934, 1935 (4), 1935S, 1936 (5), 1936S, 1936D, 1937 (3), 1937S, 1939, 1942 (12), 1942S (6), 1943 (16), 1943S (5), 1945 (10), 1945D (2), 1945S (3), 1946 (4), 1946S (2), 1962 (3), 1962D (6), 1963, 1963D (7) in mixed circulated grades (£300 - £500) 1275) USA Quarter Dollars (20) 1947D, 1954, 1956D, 1957 (3), 1958 (3), 1958D (4), 1960 (2), 1961 Proof, 1962 Proof (2), 1963 Proof (2) UNC to nFDC (£70 - £100) 1276) USA Quarter Dollars 1940s to 1960s issues (355) in mixed circulated grades (£600 - £900) 1277) USA Quarter Dollars in card holders ‘First Savings and Loan of New Brunswick’ (170) 1925 (19), 1926 (16), 1926S (2), 1927 (19), 1928 (11), 1928S (1), 1929 (14), 1930 (11), 1954S (10), 1954D (5), 1954 (3), 1955 (3), 1956 (7), 1956D (3), 1957D (6), 1957 (2), 1958D (7), 1959D (4), 1959 (1), 1960D (2), 1961 (6), 1961D (2), 1962D (4), 1962 (3), 1963D (4), 1963 (5), in mixed circulated grades (£200 - £250) 1278) USA Silver Eagles 1986 (20) Lustrous UNC in a US Mint Treasury tube (£170 - £300) 1279) USA Wartime Silver Nickel an 11-coin set comprising 5 Cents (11) 1942P, 1942S, 1943P, 1943D, 1943S, 1944P, 1944D, 1944S, 1945P, 1945D, 1945S GEF to UNC and lustrous, in a Capital case (£30 - £60) 1280) USA Washington Cent 1783 About Fine, pitted as part of a group of USA (367) 19th and 20th Century, includes some in silver, in mixed circulated grades (£600 - £700) 1281) Western Africa, Brass Manilas 19th Century, Soho mint (12) in mixed condition (£60 - £120) 1282) World (16) British West Africa Sixpence 1914 EF toned, Fiji Florin 1934 VF, Ireland Ten Shillings 1966 Lustrous UNC, German States - Wurttemberg 3 Marks 1914 EF toned, Portugal 50 Centavos 1914 EF, Swiss Cantons - Geneva Sol 1833 EF toned with prooflike fields, Straits Settlements

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20 Cents 1919 EF, San Marino Lire 1906R EF, Jamaica Farthing 1890H EF, Germany - Empire 5 Pfennigs 1875C EF, Australia (2) Sixpence 1910 GVF, Threepence 1910 NEF with grey tone, Austria Kreuzer 1881 UNC with good subdued lustre, France Jetton 1664 FIDVCIA SPEI GALL around shield Near Fine (£200 - £300)

1292) World a small group (6) Cyprus Half Piastre 1886 Good Fine with a darker tone area on PIASTRE, French Indo-China One Piastre 1931 NEF, Portuguese India Rupia 1912 VF, Sweden (3) 25 Ore 1889EB GEF and lustrous, 10 Ore (2) 1883EB EF and lustrous, 10 Ore 1855T NEF and lustrous (£400 - £450)

1283) World (75) the majority India and Ceylon 19th and 20th Century, with a small group of other issues (6) from Hong Kong, Straits Settlements and China, in mixed grades a couple EF (£160 - £200)

1293) World a small group (8) France (2) Quarter Ecu 1605 L Bayonne Near Fine, 5 Francs 1832A NVF/VF, Brazil 80 Reis 1786 Good Fine, Denmark 5 Ore 1884 Fine, scarce, Belgium (4) 2 Centimes (3) 1835 VF with some spots, 1836 A/UNC with traces of lustre, 1835 reported as ‘Tin/ Bronze’, the milling certainly of a different style, Fine with some stains, 5 Centimes 1835 reported as Tin/Bronze, Fine (£75 - £100)

1284) World (lot) (£200 - £300) 1285) World 19th and 20th Century (96) including silver with strength in India Rupees, in mixed grades (£200 - £300) 1286) World 19th and 20th Century in high grade (86) a wide variety of countries includes Canada, Ireland, France and Germany, includes plenty of silver issues the vast majority EF to UNC and lustrous (£500 - £750) 1287) World a mixed group (10) Danzig (2) 10 Pfennigs (2) 1932 KM#152 Good Fine, 1920 Token Coinage in Zinc KM#Tn1 Fine or better, along with Zeppelin Canteen Token c.1914 About Fine, France Teston 1569, Toulouse Mint, About Fine with some weakness in the centre, Iran 5000 Dinars (5 Krans) (2) 1902 KM#976 GEF and lustrous, 1927 KM#1106 EF with some contact marks, Scotland Five Shillings 1697 S.5688 Upright die axis, VG the reverse slightly better, Serbia Dinar 1915 Coin die alignment with designer’s name KM#25.4 VG, unpriced by Krause, Rare, Madeira Islands 10 Reis 1842 KM#2 VF with some edge nicks, possibly once lightly cleaned, now retoned, Spain 100 Pesetas 1966 (68) as KM#797 GVF and prooflike, with some spots on the obverse, we note the Proofs are unlisted for this date and type, this certainly with a completely different finish to the currency coin (£260 - £320) 1288) World a small and unusual group 17th to 19th Century (8) Italian Papal States Coin weights (2) for Doblone Doppio and Dobla Stamp both undated and both Fine, Sweden 1 Ore 1627 MDCXX7 Near Fine with some pitting, Russia 3 Kopek 1871 Fine, Colombia Peso 1857 Near Fine, Azores 5 Reis 1795 Good Fine, Honduras 8 Reales 1858 in copperlead alloy VG, El Salvador Quarter Real Trade Token San Vicente legend on both sides, undated in bronze Good Fine (£50 - £150) 1289) World a small group (13) Greece (5) 20 Drachma 1960 PCGS AU58, 10 Drachma 1930 PCGS AU50, 5 Drachma 1875A Fine, 10 Lepta 1869BB About Fine, 5 Lepta 1882A Good Fine, Mexico 8 Reales 1808 Mo T NEF and lustrous with some flan stress, Switzerland 5 Francs 1937BGEF and lustrous, some spots, Austria Thaler 1780 Maria Theresa Restrikes (6) NEF to A/UNC (£125 - £175) 1290) World a small group (13) Russia (5) Rouble 1896 AГ Fine, 25 Kopeks 1849 GF plugged in obverse, 15 Kopeks 1877 Fine, 5 Kopeks 1884 VF plugged on reverse, 2 Kopeks 18121812EM VG, Mexico 2 Reals 1738 8 over 7 Fine, toned, Japan 10 Sen undated Year 3 (1870) Y#2 Fine, Mongolia 15 Mongo 1937 (Year 27) VF, Straits Settlements 10 Cents 1918 A/UNC, medal uniface 19mm in bronze showing the bust of Philip II VF, Danzig Schilling Kuchmeister von Sternberg (1414-1422) mintmark Star About Fine, GB Halfpenny Token Liverpool the edges flattened, Fair, GB Penny Token 1812 Nottingham - J.M.Fellows Fine, Italian States - Venice Tallero 1781 VG ex-jewellery (£60 - £80) 1291) World a small group (17) 18th to 20th Century includes USA Morgan Dollars (3) and others in silver, in mixed grades to GEF (£70 - £100)

1294) World a useful group with silver, higher grade items and a Germany Trial or Pattern in cupro-nickel 25 KLEINE MUNZ 1907 ZUKENFTS Unc (£200 - £300) 1295) World a varied group (11) Straits Settlements Dollar 1908 VF, New Zealand Penny Token ‘Advance New Zealand’ undated GVF, Canada Cents (2) 1859 NEF and lustrous, 1888 VF, Canada - Newfoundland Cent 1894 Fine, Ireland (3) Farthings (2) 1744 Fine, 1760 Good Fine, Halfpenny 1743 Poor, Gibraltar Half Quart 1842 Fine, Isle of Man Farthing 1839 Fine, Guernsey 8 Doubles 1920 EF (£50 £75) 1296) World an accumulation in 3 albums (300) , includes Greece (100) mostly 20th Century base metal issues, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1297) World an interesting and mixed group 19th and 20th Century (over 100) includes a quantity of mostly late 19th and Early 20th Century medals, and a copy of the Alfred the Great Londinium Penny struck at the 1924 Wembley Exhibition with contemporary printed details, the group housed in an old 5-tray cabinet, the trays with hand-cut inserts, the cabinet in fair condition with one carrying handle missing (£100 - £300) 1298) World copper and bronze (27) 17th - 20th centuries generally in collectable grades including some interesting types (£200 - £300) 1299) World Crown and Halfcrown-sized 19th and 20th Century in an album (32) includes many in silver, in mixed grades generally in line with age (£175 - £225) 1300) World in a tin, a good mix, (around 4.5 Kilos) includes some silver items, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1301) World in Bags many different countries represented mostly 20th Century includes some in silver, with USA Half Dollars Kennedy (52) (small lot) (£75 - £150) 1302) World in silver (13) Straits Settlements Dollar 1908 VF, Hong Kong 10 Cents (6) 1868 VF, 1894 NEF/GVF, 1896 NEF, 1897 H EF (2) and GVF, Hong Kong 5 Cents 1883 NEF/EF, China Kwangtung Province 10 Cents undated (1890-1908) GVF, Australia Shilling 1912 Fine, Belgium 2 Francs 1843 Fair, Ex-Mount, Portugal 200 Reis 1877 Near Fine/Fine, German States - Prussia 2 Marks 1913A NVF (£220 - £260) 1303) World including Italian States Tuscany 10 Lire 1807, two earlier European Thalers holed, Ireland Gunmoney, others with strength in world silver crowns (lot) mixed grades (£275 - £500) 1304) World including Newfoundland Cent 1865 in better than average grade (lot) (£75 - £150) 1305) World including Russia Ruble 1901 (lot) (£75 - £125)

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1306) World mostly earlier issues plenty in silver and in collectable grades (lot) (£200 - £300) 1307) World mostly modern issues with sets and cased items and including fantasy crowns and sets (lot) (£75 - £150) 1308) World mostly South Africa and Australia including silver crowns and George V issues, mixed grades (lot) (£150 £250) 1309) World small silver (8) Straits Settlements 5 Cents 1888, Canada - Newfoundland 5 Cents 1880, India Two Annas 1887 Bombay, South Africa Threepence 1927, France 50 Centimes 1912, Spain 50 Centimos 1880, Australia (2) Sixpence 1920M, Threepence 1926, in mixed grades VG to Good Fine, USA fantasy Pine tree Shilling a souvenirstyle striking by John Hull, along with Medal uniface reverse only in base metal Naval Action Against Holland - Admiral Cornelius Tromp/Admiral de Ruyte (reverses similar) undated (1666), Fine holed at the edges, Base metal uniface Plaque 1676 Full length Standing figures of King and Queen Fine Base Metal Cast Medal Lafayette 1789 44mm diameter Fine (£50 - £75) 1310) World with a bag of interesting early copper and bronze and silver issues from circulation, along with several kilos of more recent material (lot) (£225 - £375) 1311) World, mostly British Commonwealth a mixture of earlier pieces from circulation and more recent in higher grades, including two Chinese 20 Cents silver issues (lot) (£75 £150) 1312) World, retired dealers ex retail stock in two double row stock boxes A - Z total ticket price over £11,000 (£3,500 - £6,500)

World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1313- 1700) 1313) Abbasid, Al-Musta ‘ Islamic Gold Dinar al-shash 251h NVF (£200 - £250) 1314) Abbasid, Gold Dinar, Rabi Allam, reverse legend 194h Good Fine (£200 - £250) 1315) Afghanistan (2) Afghani (100 Pul) SH1310 (1933) KM#927.1 EF and lustrous, Paisa 1899 KM#827 in brass AH1317 (1899) EF with some lustre (£40 - £60) 1316) Albania 1931 VIP Proof/Proofs of record a 2-coin set, 1 Lek 1931 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PR66 Cameo, Half Lek 1931 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Cameo, both Ex-Melbourne Mint, these the only pre-World War II Albanian VIP Proof issues, and minted in very small numbers (£3,500 - £4,000) 1317) Australia (2) Sixpence 1918M KM#25 About VF, Rare, Halfpenny 1911 KM#22 A/UNC and lustrous with some tone spots (£70 - £120)

1320) Australia Sovereign 1860 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 365 GVF with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£800 £1,000)

1318) Australia 100 Dollars 2010 Koala Gold Proof KM#1469 FDC slabbed and graded LCGS 98 (£1,050 - £1,250) 1319) Australia Adelaide Pound 1852 Type Two revised die VF/ GVF a little weakly struck obverse around ASSAY OFFICE. The first gold coin of Australia, it is believed that only 250 of these iconic coins have survived with just 200 of this type two variety in existence. This is the first one we have listed in our 23 years of auctioneering so a rare opportunity to acquire one of the worlds key pieces which ticks all the boxes, desirable, of historic significance and rare. (£12,500 - £17,500)

1321) Australia Sovereign 1862 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 367 GVF/NEF (£750 - £850)

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1322) Australia Sovereign 1866 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 371 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£400 - £500) 1331) Austria 4 Ducat 1915 restrike BU (£400 - £500)

1323) Australia Sovereign 1866 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 371 NEF scarce in high grade (£450 - £550)

1332) Austria Maria Theresa Thaler 1780 Restrikes (2) one a Proof issue UNC to FDC fully lustrous (£42 - £48) 1324) Australia Sovereign 1870 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 375 GVF/NEF (£500 - £600)

1333) Austria Thaler 1716 Hall Mint KM#1570 Nearer VF than Fine, the obverse with some stains (£160 - £200) 1334) Barbados Penny 1792 Copper Restrike KM#Tn10 in an NGC holder Proof Details - Altered Colour (£250 - £300) 1335) Belgium 5 Francs 1853 Medallic Coinage, Marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Brabant X#2.1 NVF with some contact marks (£80 - £100)

1325) Australia Threepence 1925 KM#24 A/UNC with a small tone spot on the reverse (£55 - £75) 1326) Australia Threepences 1915 KM#24 (2) Good Fine, and Fine with some spots, scarce (£30 - £50) 1327) Australia Tokens (3) Penny Tokens (2) 1862 Victoria, W.Jamieson, Warrnambool KM#Tn136 GF/NVF, scarce, and , Joseph Moir, Hobart, Tasmania, undated KM#Tn174 NVF once cleaned now retoned, Halfpenny Token 1860 A.G.Hodgson Melbourne KM#Tn107 Good Fine, with a weak strike in the centre (£360 - £420) 1328) Austria 1000 Shillings (2) both are ND(1976) Babenberg Dynasty Unc, KM2933 (£400 - £600) 1329) Austria 2000 Shillings 1992 Vienna Philharmonic Gold once Unc (£900 - £1,200)

1336) Belgium 5 Francs 1880 Medallic Coinage 50th Anniversary of Independence X#8 VF (£80 - £100) 1337) Belgium Half Franc 1833 KM#6 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, deeply toned and one of the key dates in the series (£1,000 - £1,250)

1338) Belgium Two Francs 1880 50th Anniversary of Independence KM#39 VF (£50 - £75) 1339) Bermuda Crown 1959 350th Anniversary of the founding of the Colony Proof in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Cameo, a very rare matt proof is listed in the latest Krause catalogue, but brilliant proofs such as this are unlisted, we note a Proof 65 Ultra Cameo sold for $4025 in 2009, one example in PF65 sold in our previous sale in March for £3042 inclusive of buyers premium, another sold for $8000 in Japan (£3,000 - £3,500)

1330) Austria 2000 Shillings 1989 Republic Gold once Unc (£900 - £1,200)

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1340) Brazil 1699 issues 640, 320 and 160 Reis generally VF or near so (£50 - £80) 1341) Brazil 4000 Reis 1704R KM#101 VF (£1,000 - £1,200)

and graded PF65, both Ex-Melbourne Mint Museum and only the second pair graded of these extremely rare issues, unpriced by Krause (£4,000 - £4,500)

1342) British Honduras One Cent 1954 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#27 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB (£350 £400)

1343) British Honduras One Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB Cameo, ExHeritage Auction # 231625 Lot 64149 (part) (£220 - £250)

1351) Canada 25 Cents 1919 KM#24 UNC and lustrous the reverse with two small rim nicks (£50 - £75) 1352) Canada 5 Cents 1875H Small date VF, Very rare (£525 £625)

1344) British Honduras One Cent 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 RB Cameo, ExHeritage Auction # 231625 Lot 64149 (part) (£220 - £250) 1345) British Honduras One Cent 1961 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB, Ex-Heritage Auction # 231625 Lot 64150 (£220 - £250) 1346) British North Borneo 25 Cents 1929H KM#6 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£125 - £150)

1353) Canada Newfoundland 10 Cents 1896 GEF/AU with a pleasing light grey tone Krause lists at $80 in XF40 and $1200 in MS60 and this coin is certainly far superior to the typical USA graded XF40 (£200 - £400)

1347) British West Africa One Tenth Penny 1956 KM#32 UNC with around 80% lustre (£280 - £320) 1348) British West Africa Penny 1946SA KM#19, FT194 GVF Very Rare (£275 - £350) 1354) Canada Newfoundland 5 Cents 1896 AU with a pleasing light grey tone Krause lists at $50 in XF40 and $700 in MS60 and this coin is certainly far superior to the typical USA graded XF40 (£200 - £400) 1355) Canada One Dollar Gold 1996 UNC and Prooflike (£45 £60)

1349) British West Africa Penny 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#33, FT208A, in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RD (£260 - £300)

1350) Bulgaria a 2-coin set 100 Leva 1934 VIP Proof/Proof or record KM#45 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, 50 Leva 1934 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#44 in an NGC holder

1356) Central American Republic 8 Reales 1847 7 over 6 NG A KM#4 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£400 - £450)

1357) Ceylon 10 Cents 1919 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#104a nFDC and lustrous, Very Rare, we note there are no examples in the Heritage auction archive (£500 - £600)

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1365) Ceylon One Cent 1890 VIP Proof/Proof of record struck in copper KM#92 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB (£350 - £400) 1358) Ceylon 10 Cents 1926 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#104a in an NGC holder and graded PF63, we note only one previous example listed in the Heritage Auction archive (£500 - £600)

1366) Ceylon One Cent 1945 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#111a in an NGC holder and graded PF62 RB (£250 - £300) 1359) Ceylon 10 Cents 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record as KM#130, in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Cameo, unlisted as a Proof by Krause, the only example encapsulated by NGC, also no examples encapsulated by PCGS, Extremely Rare (£350 - £450) 1367) Ceylon Quarter Cent 1870 VIP Proof/Proof of record struck in copper KM#90 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 BN, we note that there are no example recorded by the Heritage auction archive (£400 - £450)

1360) Ceylon 2 Cents 1957 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#124 in a PCGS holder and graded PR66 CAM (£450 - £500) 1368) Ceylon Quarter Cent 1890 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#90 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB (£350 - £450)

1361) Ceylon 25 Cent 1919 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#105a UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, Very Rare, we note there are no example in the Heritage auction archive (£600 - £750)

1369) Ceylon VIP Proofs/Proofs of record 1963 a 6-coin set comprising 50 Cents KM#132 for type, 25 Cents KM#131 for type, 10 Cents KM#130 for type, 5 Cents KM#129 for type, 2 Cents KM#128 for type, 1 Cent KM#127 for type, all unlisted as Proofs by Krause, an extremely rare set nFDC to FDC and brilliant (£1,500 - £2,000)

1362) Ceylon 5 Cents 1945 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#113.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 (£300 - £350)

1363) Ceylon 50 Cents 1929 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#109a practically FDC and with full brilliance, Extremely rare, we note that Heritage does not record any examples on their database (£800 - £1,000)

1370) China - Medal - Shanghai Nanking Railway - ‘To Commemorate The Laying of the Foundation Stone 1905 Sept.1.’ GVF Ex-Mount (£50 - £75) 1371) China - Republic Dollar 1914 Y#322 Founding of the Republic 2.8mm thickness Unc even tone (£1,000 - £2,000)

1364) Ceylon Five Cents 1870 KM#93 (2) EF with traces of lustre and a small spot on the reverse, and VF (£60 - £80)

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1372) China - Republic Dollar 1914 Y#322 Founding of the Republic 2.8mm thickness Unc even tone (£1,000 - £2,000)

1373) China - Republic Dollars (2) undated (Year 3) Y#329 GVF and Fine, toned (£40 - £60) 1374) Colombia 8 Escudos 1796 P-JF KM#62.2 VF with some small rim nicks (£1,200 - £1,400)

1379) Cyprus Piastre 1908 KM#12 NVF/VF, the obverse with a verdigris spot, scarce (£100 - £120) 1380) Danish West Indies (2) 20 Cents 1879 KM#71 VF with some hairlines, 10 Cents 1878 KM#70 VF both heavily hairlined (£130 - £160)

1375) Congo 10 Francs Essai 1965 Aluminium Trial KM#E1 variant in an NGC holder and graded MS66 (£250 - £300)

1381) Danish West Indies 3 Cents Token undated (1888-1892) G.Beretta, St. Thomas, Sieg-1, Carlsen-3, Higgie-400, EF and lustrous, these token issues were used for small change for transactions involving Mexican Pesos, in wide circulation at the time, and they were valued using the Mexican monetary units. Many of the merchants could not or refused to redeem the tokens. Because of this, the Governor of the islands banned the further issue of these tokens on November 4, 1892 (£100 - £150) 1382) Denmark Krone 1924HCN GJ KM#824.1 near VF and a key date (£75 - £125) 1383) Denmark One Skilling Rigsmont 1869 VIP Proof/Proof of record, unlisted as a Proof by Krause, KM#774 for type, in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB (£200 - £250)

1376) Congo Free State (Belgian Congo) 2 Francs 1891 KM#7 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£700 - £900)

1377) Costa Rica Real undated (1849-1857) countermarked on a GB Sixpence 1816 KM#87 Countermark GF, host coin VG with some scratches, Cyprus (2) 18 Piastres 1901 KM#7 Near Fine/Fine toned, Quarter Piastre 1905 KM#8 Fine with some surface corrosion, Italy 2 Lire 1906 KM#33 Fine with an edge knock (£170 - £220) 1378) Costa Rica VIP Proofs/Proofs of record 1937 a 3-coin set comprising 1 Colon 1937 KM#177 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, 50 Centimos 1937 KM#176 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, 25 Centimos 1937 KM#175 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, an extremely rare set, we note a similar set with the 50 Centimos and 25 Centimos in lesser grades realised $3525 at Heritage in April 2014 (£2,500 £3,000)

1384) East Africa 10 Cents 1949 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 RB (£280 - £360) \

1385) East Africa 50 Cent Token in brass 1939-1945 Italian Colonial Cavalry Token EF lightly toned with some light surface marks, Rare (£65 - £85) 1386) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean State One Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB (£220 - £250) 1387) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 10 Cents 1955 (1991 Restrike) as X#TS2 Trial Proof, Reverse MODEL, in an NGC holder and graded PF68 Ultra Cameo, previously sold in a US auction for $800 (£350 - £400)

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1395) Egypt 40 Para (Qirsh) AH1277/10 (1869) Rose to right of toughra KM#249 Fine, Rare (£300 - £500) 1388) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#3 UNC and lustrous, with some surface marks, retaining much original brilliance (£220 - £250)

1396) Egypt Bahri Mamluk dynasty Gold Dinar 1260-1277AD (AH658-676) Fine, with a flan fault from a previous mount, now set in a decorative beaded mount with suspension loop (£500 - £600) 1389) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record, KM#3 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB (£220 - £250) 1390) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories Half Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record, KM#1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB, Extremely rare with Krause stating a mintage of just 20 pieces (£240 - £250)

1391) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record, KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB Cameo, Extremely rare with Krause stating a mintage of just 20 pieces, Ex-Heritage Auction # 231626, 30/6/2016 Lot 65123 (£240 - £250)

1397) Equatorial African States 100 Francs Essai 1966 KM#E6 issued double thickness as the currency pieces of the KM#5 type UNC still sealed in the original plastic envelope (£50 - £75)

1398) Eritrea Tallero 1918 KM#5 Fine/Good Fine, scarce (£160 £200) 1399) Europe (4) Swiss Cantons - Vaud 1 Batz 1831 KM#20 GVF, Germany 20 Pfennig 1890A KM#13 Fine, Netherlands Cent 1828B KM#47 Fine/Good Fine, Norway 10 Ore 1888 KM#350 Near Fine (£60 - £80) 1400) France 10 Centimes 1839 Essai in bronze, Reverse 1839 Londres in two lines, weight 15.88 grammes, Gadoury 211 NEF/EF the reverse with some scratches and light pitting by the date (£80 - £100) 1401) France 20 France 1908 KM#857 UNC and lustrous with some minor contact marks (£140 - £210)

1392) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB, we note only one previous example on the Heritage database (£200 - £250) 1393) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB (£200 - £250) 1394) Ecuador 10 Centavos 1919 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#64 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 (£350 - £400)

1402) France 20 Francs 1877 A Giid Fine with two old scratches along with Switzerland 20 Francs 1947 EF (£300 - £450) 1403) France 20 Francs 1913 KM#857 UNC and lustrous with some minor contact marks (£140 - £210) 1404) France 20 Francs Gold 1911 KM#857 Lustrous UNC (£175 - £225) 1405) France Ecu d’or a la petit croix Francois I (1515-1547) Friedberg 347, weight 3.28 grammes, Fine or slightly better, creased with some hairlines, some filing marks on the edge (£125 - £250)

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1406) France Ecu d’or Charles VII (1422-1461) KAROLVS legend, Friedberg 306, weight 3.95 grammes EF the reverse with small metal flaws visible under magnification, these barely detract (£750 - £850)

1407) France Francois I Half Ecu d’Or au soleil undated (15151547) NVF on a slightly irregularly shaped flan (£300 - £350) 1408) France Half Ecu 1792 KM#562.1 EF/NEF the reverse with a few small spots, Scarce (£200 - £250)

1418) German States - Braunau - Austrian Military Occupation 15 Kreuzer KM#3 Octagonal uniface, Fine for issue, lists at $850 Fine in the Krause catalogue (£300 - £500)

1419) German States - Saxony-Albertine Thaler 1799 IEC KM#1027.2 GVF with some adjustment lines on the obverse (£250 - £300) 1420) German States - Wurttemberg Gulden 1841 25th Anniversary of the reign of Wilhelm I KM#588 UNC with golden toning, a couple of tiny rim nicks barely detract (£90 - £130) 1421) Germany - Empire (2) 20 Pfennig 1890A KM#13 A/UNC, 50 Pfennigs 1875A KM#6 UNC and attractively toned (£130 £160) 1422) Germany - Empire 50 Pfennigs 1900J KM#15 VF Rare (£95 - £125) 1423) Germany Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1932J KM#74 VF Rare (£140 - £180)

1409) France Half Franc 1834B KM#741.2 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£100 - £150) 1410) France Half Franc 1834B KM#741.2 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£100 - £150) 1411) France One Franc 1826W KM#709.12 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£200 - £300)

1424) Germany - Weimar Republic Medallic Coinage 5 Marks 1927D Hindenburg 80th Birthday X#1 Unc (£60 - £100) 1425) Germany States - Prussia 5 Marks 1901 200 Years of the Kingdom of Prussia KM#526 Proof Lustrous UNC retaining much original mint brilliance (£240 - £280) 1426) Greece 20 Drachma 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#85 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, an extremely rare Proof with Heritage not listing any records on their database, Ex-DNW 11/2/2015 Lot 375, Ex-Nobles (Australia), ExMelbourne Mint Museum (£4,000 - £4,500)

1412) France One Franc 1826W KM#709.12 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£200 - £300)

1427) Guadeloupe 50 Centimes 1921 KM#45 Toned UNC, scarce (£60 - £80)

1414) France Quarter Franc 1823B KM#714.1 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£160 - £200)

1428) Guatemala 1932 VIP Proof/Proofs of record a 3-coin set comprising 2 Centavos 1932 KM#250 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, One Centavo 1932 KM#249 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, Half Centavo 1932 KM#248.1 in an NGC holder, and graded PF64, all Ex-Melbourne Mint Museum (£1,000 - £1,200)

1415) French Colonies 5 Centimes 1824A Essai in bronze, KM#PE2 GEF (£100 - £120)

1429) Guatemala Centavo 1939 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#249 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 (£350 - £400)

1413) France One Franc 1828A KM#724.1 NVF (£50 - £60)

1416) French Indo-China Piastre 1902 KM#5a.1 A/UNC in an LCGS holder, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£80 - £120) 1417) German East Africa 5 Heller 1909J KM#11 VF , Peru One Sol 1895 TF KM#196.26 GVF/NEF (£95 - £125)

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1430) Guatemala Half Centavo 1932 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#238.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF63, Ex-Whittier Collection (£200 - £250) 1431) Guatemala One Centavo 1929 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#247 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 BN, ExHeritage Auction January 20/21 2014 Lot 28748, the only example previously listed on the Heritage database (£450 - £500)

1432) Guatemala VIP Proofs/Proofs of record a 3-coin set comprising Half Centavo 1932 Proof KM#248.1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 , Centavo 1932 Proof KM#249 in an NGC holder and graded PF63, 2 Centavo 1932 Proof KM#250 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, these London Mint issue Proofs seldom encountered, no mintage figures stated by Krause, Ex-Heritage Auction 3045 Lots 34154, 34145 and 34146 (£800 - £1,200)

1436) Hong Kong $1000 1976 Year of the Dragon KM#40 Proof nFDC (£600 - £700)

1437) Hong Kong $1000 1977 Year of the Snake KM#42 Proof nFDC (£550 - £650)

1438) Hong Kong One Cent (2) 1863 KM#4.1 NEF with a few small spots, 1877 KM#4.1 GEF with traces of lustre (£110 - £130) 1439) Hungary 20 Korona 1898 KB KM#486 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks (£140 - £220) 1440) Hungary 20 Korona 1905 KB KM#486 Lustrous UNC (£140 - £220) 1433) Guinea VIP Proofs/Proofs of record, a 4-coin set comprising 25 Francs 1962 KM#7 in an NGC holder and graded PF67 Cameo, 10 Francs 1962 KM#6 in an NGC holder and graded PF67 Ultra Cameo, 5 Francs 1962 KM#5 in an NGC holder and graded PF68 Cameo, 1 Franc 1962 KM#4 in an NGC holder and graded PF68 Ultra Cameo, extremely rare as a group (£1,200 - £1,500)

1441) Iceland 1 Krona 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#12a in an NGC holder and graded PF66, cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£250 - £350)

1442) Iceland 10 Aurar 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#10 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo : Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£175 - £220)

1434) Haiti Crown 1813 INA Retro issue Restrike in Silver X#13, in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo (£125 £150) 1435) Hong Kong $1000 1975 Royal Visit KM#38 Proof nFDC (£600 - £700)

1443) Iceland 2 Kronur 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#13a.1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Cameo, we note superior to the only other example on the Heritage auction archive, this example a full two grades better : Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£250 - £350)

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1444) Iceland 2 Kronur 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#13a.1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£200 - £250) 1445) Iceland 25 Aurar 1951 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#11 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, currently the only example encapsulated by NGC : Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£175 - £220) 1446) Iceland 25 Aurar 1954 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#11 nFDC nicely toned over original brilliance, Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£175 - £220) 1447) Iceland 5 Aurar 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#9 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB ,cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£160 - £200)

1452) Iceland VIP Proofs/Proofs of record a 5-coin set 1940 comprising 25 Aurar 1940 KM#2.1 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo, 10 Aurar 1940 KM#1.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo, 5 Aurar 1940 KM#7.2, in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB, 2 Aurar 1940 KM#6.2, in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB , Eyrir 1940 KM#5.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB (£2,000 - £2,500)

1448) Iceland Eyrir 1956 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM8# in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB Cameo: Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£175 - £220) 1449) Iceland Eyrir 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#8 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 RB, currently the only example encapsulated by NGC : Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£175 - £220) 1450) Iceland One Krona 1957 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#12a in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo: Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£250 - £350)

1453) India - Madras Presidency 1/48th Rupee (Dub) 1797 KM#398 Good Fine (£120 - £150) 1454) India - Madras Presidency 1/48th Rupee (Dub) 1797 KM#398 NEF the reverse with small tone spots, 1/96th Rupee 1797 KM#397 GVF toned (£160 - £200)

1451) Iceland VIP Proof/Proofs of record 1946 a 4-coin set comprising 25 Aurar 1946 KM#11 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, 1946 10 Aurar KM#10 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Cameo, 1946 5 Aurar KM#9 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB, Eyrir 1946 KM#8 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB, we note that Heritage have only previously offered the Eyrir and 10 Aurar Proofs of this date, the pieces offered here are of superior grade and 3 are the finest known, the other being the joint finest known, Excessively rare and of additional interest being the first year of the Republic : Cataloguers note: Krause values for this Proof series are for impaired proofs, the catalogue states that brilliant Proofs may bring up to 3 or 4 times these figures (£1,500 - £1,750)

1455) India - Madras Presidency Rupee AH1128 Year 5 KM#E202 Fine (£100 - £150) 1456) India - Madras Presidency Star Pagoda undated (17401807), 3.37 grammes, KM#303 VF with some edge cracks (£150 - £300) 1457) India - Muslim Sultans of Delhi Silver Rupee Sultans of Delhi, Suris dynasty, Muhammad Adil Shah (1552-1556 AD), Silver Rupee, ‘Mintless’ type NVF (£25 - £75) 1458) India - Portuguese - Diu 20 Bazarucos 1765 struck in Tin KM#36 weight 20.96 grammes VG Rare (£50 - £75) 1459) India (2) French India , Arcot Rupee AH1199 Year 24 KM#15 VF, India Half Rupee Ahmad Shah Bahadur Alamgir II (1754-1759) VF toned (£40 - £60)

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1460) India 2 Mohurs 1835 Proof restrike Milled Edge Calcutta Mint KM452.1, choice FDC and with the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£7,500 - £12,500)

1461) India 2 Mohurs 1835 Proof restrike Milled Edge Calcutta Mint KM452.1, choice FDC and with the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£7,500 - £12,500)

1462) India Five Rupees 1870 Milled Edge Gold Proof FDC in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£3,000 - £5,000)

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1463) India Five Rupees 1870 Milled Edge Gold Proof FDC in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£3,000 - £5,000)

1464) India Half Rupee 1899B KM#491 B incuse and reversed EF/GEF (£55 - £75)

1467) India Mohur 1835 Milled Edge Proof restrike no initials on the truncation choice FDC and with the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£7,500 - £12,500)

1465) India Half Rupee 1945 Bombay Large 5 KM#552 NVF Rare (£100 - £200) 1466) India Mohur 1835 Milled Edge Proof restrike no initials on the truncation choice FDC and with the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£7,500 - £12,500)

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1468) India Mohur 1841 divided legend plain 4 Milled Edge Proof FDC in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£7,500 - £12,500)

1469) India Mohur 1841 divided legend plain 4 Milled Edge Proof FDC in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£7,500 - £12,500)

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1470) India Mohur 1841 Divided legend, W.W.Incuse, stop after date, Large date with normal 4 KM#462.1 EF (£2,000 £2,500)

1471) India Mohur 1841 Large Date, normal 4, Legend divided, Calcutta Mint, KM#462.1 VF or better with some contact marks (£1,000 - £2,000)

1472) India Mohur 1870 Milled Edge Proof in gold KM481 FDC in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£4,000 - £6,000)

1478) India Rupee 1840 Divided Legend, 27 Berries, WW Raised, Bombay Mint, KM#458.3 UNC and lustrous with a small spot on the obverse (£45 - £65) 1479) India Ten Rupees 1870 Gold Proof FDC KM479 Calcutta Mint in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£4,000 - £6,000)

1480) India Ten Rupees 1870 Gold Proof FDC KM479 Calcutta Mint in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£4,000 - £6,000)

1481) Indian Princely States - Hyderabad Half Ashrafi AH1342/14 Y#56.2 About VF with slight traces of mounting on the edge (£450 - £550) 1482) Indian Princely States - Mysore 25 Cash undated (17991810) C#187 Fine with some dirt in the design (£50 - £75)

1473) India Mohur 1870 Milled Edge Proof in gold KM481 FDC in the original H.M.’s Mint, Calcutta envelope (£4,000 - £6,000)

1483) Indian Princely States (2) Hyderabad 8 Annas AH1366/37 Y#66 NEF, Kutch Kori 1936/VS1992 Y#59 GVF toned (£50 - £60) 1484) Indian States - Orissa, Western Gangas, Gold Pagoda 10th to 14th Century, Obverse Ornamented Elephant, Reverse Ornamental floral scroll, weight 3.9 grammes, Mitchener 702 VF or slightly better (£150 - £300)

1474) India Mughal Empire Rupee AH1221/48 Shah Alam II, Sharjahanabad Mint KM#714 Fine (£40 - £60) 1475) India Mysore Dasara Exhibition 1929 Gold Medal 29mm diameter - by C.Krishniah Chetty and Sons, Bangalore, 22.35 grammes Obv : Scene of ploughing, to right, and spinning, to left, with depiction of Mysore palace above. Rev : Within wreath : MYSORE DASARA / EXHIBITION / 1929. About UNC in their original blue box (£1,000 - £1,200)

1485) Indian States - Vijayanagar, Half Pagoda Hari Hara II 1377-1404, 1.69 grammes, Siva enthroned cross-legged with Parvati seated on his left thigh, Mitchener 877 VF (£150 - £300) 1486) Indian States Gold Fanams (2) Cochin - Hoysala 14th Century Vira Raya type, 0.39 grammes NVF, Mysore Haider-’Alli 1761-1782 Mitchener 971a 0.29 grammes VF (£50 - £100) 1487) Iran - Sassanian Silver Drachm (2) Khusru I 531-579 AD Year 46, Khusru II 591-628 AD Year 3 GVF lightly toned (£100 - £120) 1488) Iran New Year token 17mm diameter in silver date on reverse shows as 133 with no fourth numeral, A/UNC and lustrous (£65 - £75)

1476) India One Rupee 1840 Bombay Mint, Continuous Legend, 19 Berries, Small Diamonds KM#457.3UNC and lustrous (£65 - £75) 1477) India One Rupee 1913 Bombay KM#524 UNC or very near so and choice with a superb deep gold and olive tone over original mint lustre (£100 - £120)

1489) Ireland (2) Farthing Charles II Armstrong’s coinage (16601661) S.6566 upright die axis, Fine with some pitting, Rare, Farthing 1723 Woods Breen 172 NVF/VF (£60 - £80) 1490) Ireland Crown Gunmoney 1690 VICT/ORE S.6578 Fine/ Good Fine, Scotland Turner 1677 FBA for FRA error S.5630 Near Fine (£95 - £125) 1491) Ireland Farthing 1806 Bronzed Proof S.6622 with no stop after date, UNC with some tone spots (£100 - £120)

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1492) Ireland Farthing 1806 Gilt Proof S.6622 UNC and lustrous (£240 - £280)

1493) Ireland Farthing 1806 S.6622 UNC and nicely toned (£50 - £100) 1494) Ireland Farthing 1806 S.6622 UNC or near so nicely toned with a small spot in the reverse field (£60 - £80) 1495) Ireland Farthing St. Patricks S.6569 Poor (£50 - £60) 1496) Ireland Penny 1805 Copper Proof S.6620 UNC with some remaining lustre and mint brilliance (£475 - £575)

1503) Italian States - Papal State Testone 1690 - I KM#524 Good Fine (£175 - £225) 1504) Italian States - Venice, Andrea Gritti. 1523-1538 AD. AR Mocenigo o Lira. obv: Christ standing, facing on platform inscribed GZ; GLORIA-TIBI-SOLI. rev: Doge with gonfalon kneeling left, before St. Mark standing rt., raising hem of his robes; SM-VENET-ANDREAS-GRITI. DVX down flag staff. Fine with edge loop mount at top (£60 - £80) 1505) Italy 100 Lire 1933 XI KM#72 EF (£600 - £700)

1497) Ireland Penny 1968 VIP Proof KM#11, nFDC starting to tone, retaining much original mint brilliance, one of only 20 examples minted, we note an example in our A156 March sale (Lot 1264) realised £702 inclusive of buyers premium (£400 - £600)

1506) Italy 20 Lire 1881R KM#21 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks (£140 - £210) 1507) Italy 20 Lire 1882R KM#21 Lustrous UNC (£140 - £210) 1508) Italy 50 Lire 1912R KM#49 UNC with some contact marks (£900 - £1,100)

1498) Ireland Shilling Gunmoney 1689 Jan S.6581M VF with some dirt in the legends (£50 - £75)

1509) Italy 50 Lire 1933 XI KM#71 A/UNC (£700 - £800)

1499) Ireland Shillings Gunmoney Large Size (2) 1689 Jan: S.6581M Good Fine with scattered porosity, 1690 Apr: S.6581Q VF with some flan stress (£150 - £200) 1500) Ireland Sixpence Henry VIII S.6485 mintmark -/P Fine with some weakness in parts, the surfaces with some green deposit, scarce (£60 - £80) 1501) Isle of Man Halfpenny 1839 S.7418 AU/UNC with around 25% lustre (£80 - £100)

1510) Jamaica Farthing 1880 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#15 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Cameo (£500 - £600)

1502) Italian States - Doge Pasquale Cicogna (1585-1595) 1593 Essai Scudo in copper 44mm diameter, weight 18.3 grammes Obverse: PASCALE CICONIA DVCE VENETIAR ET C AN DNI 1593, Reverse: FORIIVLII ITALIAE ET CHRIS FIDEI PROPVGNACVLVM, in inner circle IN HOC SIGNO TVTA, Near VF (£250 - £350)

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1511) Jamaica Farthing 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#33 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64, we note there was no example in the Professor Wayne Newton Palmer collection (Heritage September 2004), also there are no examples recorded on the Heritage database (£325 - £400)

1518) Jamaica Penny 1955 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#37 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, we note Krause only prices up to PF 63 for this date (£350 - £450)

1512) Jamaica Halfpenny 1869 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#16 in an NGC holder and graced PF66 (£500 - £600)

1519) Jamaica Penny 1958 VIP Proof-Proof of record KM#37 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64, we note that Heritage only record one sale on their database (£300 - £350)

1513) Jamaica Halfpenny 1955 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#36 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, we note only one previous example on the Heritage database (£325 - £400)

1520) Jamaica Penny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#37 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 (£250 - £300)

1514) Jamaica Halfpenny 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#36 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 (£325 - £400) 1521) Jamaica Penny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#37 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 Cameo (£250 - £300)

1515) Jamaica Halfpenny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#36 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 (£250 - £300)

1522) Jersey 1/12th Shilling 1945 Specimen UNC with good subdued lustre, the obverse with some contact marks (£160 - £200) 1516) Jamaica Halfpenny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#36 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Cameo (£250 - £300)

1517) Jamaica Penny 1953 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#37 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 (£350 - £450)

1523) Jersey 1/12th Shilling 1945 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#19, S.7019 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB (£280 - £360)

1524) Jersey 1/26th Shilling 1841 S.7002 UNC or very near so and toned with light cabinet friction (£40 - £60) 1525) Jersey 1/48th Shilling 1877H S.7008 EF (£25 - £35) 1526) Jordan 50 Dinars 1976 5-Year Plan pattern struck in bronze KM#PnA7 (of KM#50) FDC still sealed in the plastic envelope, Rare, lists at $1500 in Krause (£250 - £500)

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1527) Keeling Cocos Islands 10 Cents 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.1595) KM#Tn2 EF Extremely Rare in this grade and possibly among the finest known (£300 - £600) 1528) Keeling Cocos Islands 25 Cents 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.1290) KM#Tn3 A/UNC Extremely Rare in this grade and possibly among the finest known (£200 - £400) 1529) Keeling Cocos Islands 5 Cents 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.3238) KM#Tn1 About UNC Extremely Rare in this grade and quite possibly among the finest known (£400 - £800)

1530) Keeling Cocos Islands 5 Rupees 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.699) KM#Tn7 A/UNC Extremely Rare in this grade and possibly among the finest known (£275 - £500) 1531) Keeling Cocos Islands 50 Cents 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.1595) KM#Tn4 A/UNC Extremely Rare in this grade and possibly among the finest known (£600 - £1,000)

1536) Mauritius 2 Cents 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 nFDC with much original lustre and attractive magenta tone (£200 - £280)

1537) Mauritius 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RD Cameo (£200 - £280) 1538) Mauritius 5 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB Cameo (£200 - £280) 1539) Mauritius 5 Cents 1964 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 RB (£200 - £280) 1540) Mauritius One Cent 1949 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#25 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 RB (£300 - £350)

1532) Keeling Cocos Islands One Rupee 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.1393) KM#Tn5 A/UNC Extremely Rare in this grade and possibly among the finest known (£200 - £300) 1533) Keeling Cocos Islands Two Rupees 1913 in Plastic Ivory (No.832) KM#Tn6 GEF Extremely Rare in this grade and possibly among the finest known (£225 - £400) 1534) Libya 2 Milliemes 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 BN, Krause states only 32 pieces minted (£300 - £350)

1535) Malay Peninsula - Penang - Prince of Wales Island (8) Cent (Pice) 1787 KM#4 (4) one with the last 7 inverted, Fine to VF, Half Cent 1787 on 19mm flans KM#2.2 (4) one struck off-centre with the date largely off the flan, another with flatter, more elongated date figures, another with a planchet clip, Good Fine to NEF this coinage seldom seen in grades above Fine (£100 - £200)

1541) Mauritius One Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#31 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RD Cameo (£200 £280) 1542) Mauritius One Rupee 1956 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#35.1.1 in an NGC holder and graded NGC PF66 Cameo, we note Heritage only record one example in their archive, this from the Professor Wayne Newton Palmer collection in 2004 (£750 - £1,000)

1543) Mauritius Quarter Rupee 1964 KM#36 in a PCGS holder and graded PR67 Deep Cameo, ex-Heritage Auction #3046 April 2016 Lot 32672 (£300 - £350)

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1544) Mexico One Peso (2) 1908 Mo AM KM#409.2 A/UNC with a small spot on the obverse rim, 1910 Caballito KM#453 EF (£60 - £80) 1545) Mexico Two Pesos 1945 NEF in a 9 carat gold mount, total weight 4.97 grammes (£70 - £90)

1555) New Zealand Florin 1933 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#4 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Cameo, Krause states an estimated mintage of just 20 pieces, Extremely Rare with only one example previously recorded in the Heritage archive, this in a set (£1,750 - £2,000)

1546) Monaco 10 Francs 1966 Prince Rainier and Princess Grace Silver Essai KM#E56 UNC in slide case (£50 - £60) 1547) Mozambique 20 Escudos 1960 Prova KM#Pr43 Prova incuse UNC, scarce (£50 - £75) 1548) Myanmar 10 Pyas 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 CAM we note no examples on the Heritage database (£400 - £450)

1556) New Zealand Florin 1937 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#10.1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, we note only one example in the Heritage archive, this as part of a set, Extremely rare (£1,500 - £1,750)

1549) Myanmar 5 Pyas 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#33 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, Krause states a mintage of just 100 pieces (£400 - £450) 1557) New Zealand Halfcrown 1937 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#11 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, we note only one example in the Heritage archive, this as part of a set, Extremely rare (£2,500 - £3,000) 1550) Myanmar 50 Pyas 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#36 in an NGC holder and grade PF65 Cameo, Krause states a mintage of just 100 pieces (£500 - £600)

1551) Myanmar Kyat 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#37 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo, Krause states a mintage of just 100 pieces (£900 - £1,200)

1552) Myanmar Pya 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65 RB, we note there were no examples on the Heritage database (£350 - £400)

1553) Netherlands (2) 25 Cents 1902 KM#120.2 GEF/AU lightly toned, 10 Cents 1903 KM#135 NEF/EF (£90 - £120)

1558) New Zealand Halfpenny 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 BN, Heritage Auction 13/14 January 2015 Lot 35968 (£350 - £400)

1559) New Zealand Halfpenny 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 UNC with very good original lustre, some light toning, the obverse with some light contact marks (£350 £400)

1560) New Zealand Halfpenny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC with very good original lustre and some light contact marks (£350 - £400)

1554) Netherlands East Indies- Java Stuiver 1799 Scholten 553 VG with some pitting, scarce (£45 - £65)

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1568) Nicaragua VIP Proofs/Proofs of record a 2-coin set, 1962 10 Centavos KM#17.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo, 1962 5 Centavos KM#24.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Ultra Cameo, an extremely rare pair (£900 £1,000)

1561) New Zealand Halfpenny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 nFDC lightly toning with some minor contact marks (£350 - £400)

1569) Norway 1/3 Speciedaler 1787A MF, this date unlisted by Krause, Near Fine/Fine, presumably rare (£30 - £60) 1570) Ottoman Empire Gold Dinar Suleiman the Magnificent AH926-974 (1520-1566AD) 3.43 grammes, Misr Mint, Mitchener 1253 Good Fine (£150 - £300) 1571) Ottoman Empire Gold Dinar Suleiman the Magnificent AH926-974 (1520-1566AD) 3.47 grammes Good Fine (£150 - £200)

1562) New Zealand Halfpenny Token Hurley & Co, Wanganui, undated (c.1860s) KM#Tn33 VF/GVF the reverse with a small toning area by the rim (£120 - £150)

1572) Panama 1 Centesimo 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#22 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 RB, Krause estimates a mintage of just 50 pieces, only one complete 1962 set is recorded by the Heritage database, this way back in June 2006 (£350 - £400)

1563) New Zealand Penny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 BN, ExPittman collection, Heritage Auction 13/14 January 2015 Lot 35969 (£350 - £400) 1573) Panama 5 Centesimos 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65 CAM, Krause estimates a mintage of just 25 pieces, we note that there are no example on the Heritage database (£350 - £400)

1564) New Zealand Penny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 nFDC with considerable original mint brilliance (£350 - £400)

1565) New Zealand Penny Token undated Edward Reece, Christchurch, Reverse ‘Advance Canterbury’ KM#Tn62 VF (£80 - £100) 1566) Nicaragua 50 Centavos 1939 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#19.1, in an NGC holder and graded PF64 (£600 - £700)

1567) Nicaragua One Centavo 1878 Pattern in copper KM#Pn2, in an ANACS holder and graded MS64 RB, Ex-Stacks & Bowers January 2017 Lot 3248 (£800 - £1,000)

1574) Paraguay 10 Centesimos 1953 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#25 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, extremely rare, Krause states only 1 known, Ex-Whittier collection (£350 £400)

1575) Paraguay 15 Centesimos 1953 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#26 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, extremely rare, Krause states only 1 known, Ex-Whittier collection (£350 - £400)

1576) Paraguay 25 Centesimos 1953 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#27 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, extremely rare, Krause states only 1 known, however 2 example are listed on the Heritage database, one lot includes this coin, Ex-Whittier Collection (£350 - £400)

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1577) Paraguay One Centesimo 1870 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 RD, Ex-Law collection Heritage Auction #241530 June-July 2015 Lot 65255 (£450 - £500)

1578) Peru 20 Centavos 1940 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#215.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 (£350 - £400) 1583) Rhodesian and Nyasaland Shilling 1955 VIP Proof/Proof of record, struck in Cupro-Nickel, KM#5, in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Ultra Cameo, excessively rare, one of only 10 examples minted (£600 - £700)

1579) Poland 10 Zlotych - 1 1/2 Rubles 1836MW (Warsaw) C#134 Good Fine (£140 - £160) 1580) Rhodesia and Nyasaland Halfpenny 1956 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#1 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 RD, we note there are no examples on the Heritage auction archive (£400 - £500)

1581) Rhodesia and Nyasaland Proof Set 1955 a 7-coin set Halfcrown to Halfpenny KM#PS2 Silver and Copper nFDC to FDC with some light toning, in the red case of issue (£250 - £300) 1582) Rhodesia and Nyasaland Proof Set 1955 a 7-coin set in cupro-nickel and copper, KM#PS1 Halfcrown to Halfpenny in LCGS holders comprising Halfcrown 1955 slabbed and graded LCGS 91, Florin 1955 slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Shilling slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Sixpence 1955 slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Threepence slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Penny 1955 slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Halfpenny 1955 slabbed and graded LCGS 90 Very Rare with a mintage of just 10 sets nFDC with light toning, in the blue case of issue, listed at $2500 by Krause (£4,000 - £5,000)

1584) Romania 20 Lei 1930 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#50, in an NGC holder and graded PF64 (£1,000 - £1,200)

1585) Romania 5 Lei 1930KN Specimen KM#48 Ex-Kings Norton Mint Collection in a PCGS holder and graded SP63 (£200 - £300)

1586) Russia 10 Roubles (2) 1899 and 1901 both VF (£400 - £600) 1587) Russia 10 Roubles 1899AГ Y#A63 NVF (£180 - £300) 1588) Russia 10 Roubles 1899AГ Y#A63 VF (£180 - £300) 1589) Russia 5 Kopeks 1826 HГ C#156 NEF toned (£100 - £120) 1590) Russia 5 Roubles 1889 AΓ Y#42 NEF (£500 - £600)

1591) Russia 5 Roubles 1899 3Б Y#62 N EF with signs of die clashing (£90 - £140) 1592) Russia 5 Roubles 1899 Ф3 Y#62 GVF (£90 - £140)

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1593) Russia 5 Roubles 1901 Ф3 Y#62 GEF with some light contact marks (£110 - £140) 1594) Russia 5 Roubles 1903 Y#62 EF (£150 - £200)

1602) Scotland 60 Shillings 1692 S.5642 Good Fine or better and bold, Very Rare and superior to the Spink plate coin (£2,250 - £2,750)

1595) Russia Gold Medal Empress Maria Fedorovna 1796-1801, Good Behaviour and Achievements in Science, girls high school medal EF plain edge 32mm diameter weight 25.5 grams (£2,000 - £3,000)

1596) Russia Poltina (Half Rouble) 1741 CПБ Ivan VI KM206.2, Bitkin 39, EF the reverse better with a rich grey tone, the property of a deceased jeweller active in Maidenhead in the 1950 s and 1960s, rare. We could find no examples recorded on the PCGS Population Report for either 1741 Ivan VI type of this denomination (£4,000 - £7,000)

1603) Scotland Merk 1673 S.5611 VF with old grey tone, the reverse with some adjustment lines, very little actual wear, probably close to ‘as made’, comes with old collector’s ticket. Many dies of this are residing in the National Museum of Antiquities in Scotland (£300 - £350)

1604) South Africa (2) Penny 1892 KM#2 EF with traces of lustre, Halfcrown 1893 KM#7 Fine (£70 - £90) 1605) South Africa Crown 1892 Single Shaft KM#8.1 About Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£50 - £60)

1597) Rwanda 5 Francs 1964 Essai in bronze KM#E2 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£60 - £80) 1598) Sassanian Drachms (4) Khusru II (590-627AD) VF, the others also with bust right/attendants at fire altar. One an earlier 4th Century type on a smaller 22mm diameter flan of 2.5 grammes Fine to VF (£80 - £100)

1606) South Africa Crown 1892 Single Shaft KM#8.1 VF (£200 £250) 1607) South Africa Halfcrown 1894 KM#7 nearer VF than Fine (£10 - £30) 1608) South Africa Pond 1893 KM#10.2 VF with an edge nick (£400 - £500)

1599) Saudi Arabia - Hejaz and Nejd Ghirsh AH1344 (1926) VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#6 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63, wwe note no examples recorded on the Heritage database, Extremely Rare (£1,750 - £2,000) 1609) South Africa Pond 1894 KM#10.2 GVF (£300 - £350) 1610) South Africa Threepence 1892 KM#3 NEF (£50 - £60) 1611) South Africa Two Shillings 1897 KM#6 EF/GEF and nicely toned (£50 - £75) 1600) Saudi Arabia - Hejaz and Nejd Quarter Ghirsh AH1344 (1926) VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#4 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65 (£1,750 - £2,000)

1612) Southern Rhodesia Halfcrown 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24 in an NGC holder and graded PF67, we note there are no examples on the Heritage database, Extremely Rare and a choice example (£1,500 - £2,000)

1601) Scotland (2) Bawbee 1696 S.5691 Pellet stops on both sides VG with some pitting, scarce, Bodle 1692 S.5674 VG with a couple of spots on the reverse (£115 - £145)

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1613) Southern Rhodesia Shilling 1939 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#18, in an NGC holder and graded PF65, Extremely Rare with an estimated mintage of just 10 pieces, we note the Heritage database contains only one example, an inferior piece in a part-set lot (£1,200 - £1,500)

1614) Southern Rhodesia VIP Proof/Proof of record 6-coin set 1937 comprising Halfcrown 1937 KM#13 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65, Florin 1937 KM#12, in a PCGS holder and graded PR65, Shilling 1937 KM#11 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65, Sixpence 1937 KM#10 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65, Threepence 1937 KM#9 in a PCGS holder and graded PR66, and Penny 1937 KM#8 in a PCGS holder and graded PR65, a very rare set with a mintage of just 40. (£3,500 - £4,000) 1615) Spain 2 Escudos 1813 GJ Madrid Mint KM#480 Good Fine (£300 - £350)

1625) Swiss Cantons - Schaffhausen Thaler 1621 2 over 0 KM#25 (unrecorded by Krause as an overdate) Fine/Near Fine with some dirt on the reverse (£200 - £250) 1626) Swiss Cantons - Zurich 20 Batzen 1826 KM#192 GVF and lustrous (£150 - £200) 1627) Switzerland 20 Francs 1913B KM#35.1 UNC (£150 - £225) 1628) Switzerland 20 Francs 1913B KM#35.1 UNC (£140 - £210) 1629) Switzerland 20 Francs 1914B KM#35.1 UNC with a few light contact marks (£140 - £210) 1630) Tanzania (2) 50 Senti 1981 Trial in Cupro-Nickel KM#TS3 UNC and 50 Senti 1966 Struck in pure nickel rather than cupro-nickel Lustrous UNC, Rare (£120 - £150) 1631) Tanzania 50 Senti 1981 Trial in Cupro-Nickel KM#TS3 UNC or near so with a small nick in the reverse field (£70 - £80) 1632) Thailand 1/8 Baht (Fuang) undated (1876) Rama V Y#32b VG Ex-jewellery, rare (£40 - £75)

1616) Spain Philip II 4 Tari 1558 Large Bust, 11.63 grammes, Fine/ Good Fine on a slightly irregularly shaped flan (£150 - £175) 1617) Straits Settlements Half Cent 1872H KM#8 Near Fine with an edge knock and a spot on the reverse (£20 - £40) 1618) Sweden 1 Ore 1685 KM#264b Near Fine with some surface pits (£45 - £55) 1619) Sweden 20 Kronor 1873 ST KM#733 Lustrous UNC with some light contact marks (£300 - £400) 1620) Sweden 20 Kronor 1900 EDB KM#765 Lustrous UNC the reverse frosted, the fields highly lustrous (£300 - £400) 1621) Sweden Ducat 1633 Gustav, Narrow bust, 3.47 grammes, Good Fine (£700 - £800)

1622) Sweden, Plate Money Daler Silf-Mynt 1739 KM#PM68 NVF (£180 - £200) 1623) Sweden, Plate Money Half Daler Silf-Mynt 1723 KM#PM65 Good Fine (£180 - £200) 1624) Swiss Cantons - Geneva 12 Florins (9 Sols) 1796 KM#112 Fine, Rare with a mintage of only 12,000 pieces (£200 £300)

1633) Thailand 200 Baht 1981 (BE2524) International Year of the Child Silver Proof Y#152, in an NGC holder and graded PF68 Ultra Cameo (£125 - £150) 1634) Thailand Baht Rama IV undated (1860) Y#11 Fine or better (£60 - £100) 1635) Thailand Baht Rama V undated (1869) Y#31 Good Fine or slightly better (£60 - £100) 1636) Thailand Fuang (1/8 Baht) undated (1860) Y#8 in an NGC holder and graded MS62 (£125 - £150) 1637) Thailand Rama V RS127 medal 71mm diameter in copper by Henri-Auguste Patey weight 142.92 grammes, About UNC in the brown Monnaie de Paris box of issue. Similar in style to the uniformed portrait left of Rama V or Erawan series as used on the rare One Baht silver issue, which is ranked as one of the classic rarities for machine struck Thai coinage. The One Baht series was ordered to be struck at the Paris Mint by Rama V during his trip to Europe with the intention of producing the entire series for circulation. However, Rama V died before the entirety of the plan could be put into action. Although the circulation Baht has an official mintage of 1,037,000 pieces, it is clear that most of that was not released for circulation and instead melted down, therefore the portrait on this medal only otherwise available on the extremely rare One Baht (£125 - £150) 1638) Turkey - Ottoman Empire Onluk AH1115 Ahmed III weight 5.40 grammes KM#147 Fine (£60 - £80) 1639) Turkey (2) Cedid Mahmudiye Mahmud II KM#645 AH1223 Year 29 About VF, pierced, Half Cedid Mahmudiye AH1223 Year 26 KM#644 VF creased and pierced (£65 - £80) 1640) Turkey Cedid Mahmudiye Mahmud II (2) KM#645 AH1223 Year 28 and Year 29 both V F or better and pierced (£90 £110)

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1641) Turkey Hayriye Altin Mahmud II (1808-1839AD) (2) AH1223/22 and AH1223/25 GF and VF both pierced (£100 - £130) 1642) Uruguay 1 Centesimo 1936A VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#19 type, in an NGC holder and graded PF67 WINGS, Ex-R.L.Lissner Collection, CNG 1/2 August 2014 Lot 2128, unlisted in KM as such. KM gives Paris, Berlin, and Vienna as possible mints for the 1936 A issues. Considering that this piece was a duplicate of the Austrian Mint collection, Vienna is the likeliest source (£175 - £200)

1652) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1911 Breen 6333 VF (£90 - £130) 1653) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1914 Breen 6337 NVF (£100 - £130) 1654) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1914D Breen 6338 NEF (£90 - £130) 1655) USA California Octagonal Gold Quarter Dollar 1871 Obv: Bust with 13 stars, G and 1871 below, Rev: 1/4 DOLLAR CAL in three lines within wreath EF and lustrous (£75 - £100)

1643) Uruguay 2 Centesimos 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#37 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, Ex-Melbourne Mint Museum (£180 - £220)

1656) USA Cent 1857 Breen 1928, Open E in CENT, Snow 3, Broken wing tip and double striking to Eagle’s eye and beak, and the lettering, EF, shows signs of improper alloy mix, an unusual type (£100 - £150)

1644) Uruguay 25 Centesimos 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#40 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, Ex-Melbourne Mint Museum (£250 - £300)

1657) USA Cent 1871 with 71 apart Breen 1981 EF with some scratches above the head (£200 - £400) 1658) USA Cent 1871 with 71 apart Breen 1981 VF with a small spot by the O of ONE (£100 - £120)

1645) Uruguay 4 Centesimos 1869H KM#13 UNC with traces of lustre (£45 - £55) 1646) Uruguay Peso 1953 Silver Obverse Trial, Medallic Issue, MODEL Reverse, Plain edge , X#TS1 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Ultra Cameo (£350 - £400)

1647) Uruguay Peso 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#42 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, Ex-Whittier collection, the only example on the NGC Population Report (£250 - £300)

1648) USA (2) Dime 1837 No Stars, Large Date Breen 3217 Fine, Five Cents 1894 Breen 2555 Fine, scarce (£120 - £150) 1649) USA (3) Half Dollar 1913 Breen 5116 VG, One Cent (2) 1859 Breen 1944 GF with some darker toning on the obverse, 1865 Fancy 5, round knob to 6, Breen 1963 About VF (£25 - £75) 1650) USA (3) Halfpenny Connecticut 1787 Breen 775 VG, Half Dime 1830 Breen 2984 Fine, Two Cents 1871 Breen 2404 with doubled second 1 (lower and to left) GF with some digs on the reverse, Halfpenny Evasion Clement XV bust left/ Atkins 59(Coleman EH59) Fine (£130 - £160) 1651) USA 10 Cents 1821 Large Date, 2 with curved base, Breen 3172 NVF, Bolivia Half Real 1825 PTS JL KM#90 NEF, Netherlands 10 Cents 1892 KM#116 NEF with a few dark tone spots (£75 - £100)

1659) USA Connecticut Halfpenny 1785 Mailed Bust right, Breen 736, Ribbons within circle of legend Fine for issue, the obverse with a few thin scratches, with an even light brown colour (£50 - £100) 1660) USA Dollar 1799 Normal Date, 5 Berries, Breen 5391 Near Fine (£1,200 - £1,500)

1661) USA Dollar 1846 O EF with a pleasant old tone and a small stain below the date (£500 - £800)

1662) USA Dollar 1878CC 7 Tail Feathers parallel arrow feathers, Breen 5523 About EF (£200 - £250) 1663) USA Dollar 1884 CC Breen 5580 Lustrous UNC in the GSA box, the box with some marks (£200 - £250) 1664) USA Dollar 1884 CC Breen 5580 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, in the GSA box with leaflet (£200 - £250) 1665) USA Dollars (2) 1935S 4 Rays, New Reverse Hub, Breen 5741, Fine, 1927 Breen 5727 EF (£40 - £80) 1666) USA Five Cents (2) 1912 Breen 2580 UNC and lustrous, 1913D Breen 2588 UNC or near so with some small tone spots (£50 - £80)

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1667) USA Five Cents 1883 with Cents Breen 2535 EF with some lustre, the reverse with some small spots (£70 - £90) 1668) USA Five Cents 1896 Breen 2558 VF (£25 - £50)

1679) USA Half Dollar 1903 O Unc reverse toned obverse with original mint brilliance and peripheral toning (£500 - £1,000)

1669) USA Five Dollars 1882 Breen 6719 VF Ex-mount with the edge milling filed, weight 7.77 grammes (£160 - £250) 1670) USA Five Dollars 1893 Breen 6751 NEF with some old scuffs on the reverse (£220 - £300) 1671) USA Five Dollars 1909 Breen 6805 GVF (£220 - £300) 1672) USA Five Dollars 1989 KM#216 in a PCI holder and graded MS65 (£70 - £110)

1680) USA Half Dollar 1903 O Unc reverse toned obverse with original mint brilliance and peripheral toning (£500 - £1,000)

1673) USA Gold Dollar 1903 Louisiana Purchase, McKinley portrait Breen 7426 UNC (£450 - £550)

1674) USA Half Cent 1806 Small High 6, stemless wreath, Breen 1550 VG or better (£50 - £100)

1681) USA Half Dollar 1903 O Unc with original mint brilliance and peripheral toning (£500 - £1,000)

1675) USA Half Dollar 1822 Large E’s Breen 4641 GEF with an attractive grey tone (£400 - £500)

1676) USA Half Dollar 1827 Fancy 2 flat base, Large C in 50C, Breen 4670 UNC with an attractive deep tone (Ex LCA 141 June 2013 Lot 849, realised £800) (£500 - £800)

1682) USA Halfpenny 1760 VOCE POPULI Group III, Head divides E and R of HIBERNIA, 60 over 00, tail added to first 0 to form the 6, touching exergue line, Crosslet after VOCE, Breen 226, approaching Fine (£80 - £100) 1683) USA Hard Times Tokens (4) 1837 Executive Experiment - I Follow in the Steps of my Illustrious Predecessor (2), Lafayette 1835, Merchants Exchange undated, Good Fine to VF (£35 - £55) 1684) USA Kentucky Halfpence Token, Starry Pyramid, undated (1792-1794) Edge: PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL, Breen 1156 weighing 11.91 grammes, (Heavy London Standard) VF and bold with some contact marks (£160 - £200)

1677) USA Half Dollar 1831 Breen 4695, Overton 104, UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone around the rims, superior to the example pictured on the NGC varieties identifier internet page (£700 - £900)

1685) USA Kentucky Halfpence Token, Starry Pyramid, undated (1792-1794) Plain edge, Breen 1155 weighing 9.96 grammes, NVF with some scratches on the reverse, most of OUR CAUSE IS JUST and all of the state initials visible (£100 - £150) 1686) USA One Cent 1802 Ten Berries, Breen 1750, Fine (£95 £125) 1687) USA One Cent 1822 Breen 1815 Bold VF (£90 - £120) 1688) USA Rosa Americana Penny 1723 No stop after large 3 Breen 121 VF or slightly better and a pleasing example (£200 - £400)

1678) USA Half Dollar 1894S Breen 5054 VF (£70 - £90)

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1689) USA Ten Dollars 1882 GVF/nEF small edge bruise reverse under TEN (£450 - £700)

1690) USA Ten Dollars 1906 VF with an old scratch obverse (£450 - £700)

1695) USA Twenty Dollars 1923 Unc or near so (£900 - £1,400)

1696) USA Twenty Dollars 1924 Breen 7401 in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£1,150 - £1,350)

1691) USA Ten Dollars 1907 Coronetted Head Breen 7090 A/UNC with some light contact marks (£340 - £550) 1697) USA Twenty Dollars 1927 Breen 7410 EF with some toning on the reverse (£700 - £1,100)

1692) USA Ten Dollars 1879 bright VF (£450 - £700)

1698) USA Twenty Dollars 1928 choice Unc and graded MS63 by PCGS and in their holder (£1,000 - £1,300)

1693) USA Twenty Dollars 1893 S aEF/EF (£900 - £1,400)

1699) USA Washington & Fanning Islands One Dollars Check (c.1890) VF struck in aluminium, with a trace of corrosion, Rare (£130 - £160) 1694) USA Twenty Dollars 1899 S aVF (£900 - £1,400)

1700) USA Washington Halfpenny 1795 Breen 1261 edge BIRMINGHAM REDRUTH AND SWANSEA, struck on a heavier flan of 10.90 grammes, VF, scarce (£200 - £300)

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Sunday Sale Starts at 11 am Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1701-1841 ) 1701) 4 Roman Ar siliqua. C, 4th century AD. Examples from Valens, Constantius II, Arcadius and Honorius (plated) Various grades and conditions. Fine and better. [4] (£120 - £150) 1702) A collection of 16 Roman silvers. From the Republic through to the 3rd century AD also including a silver penny of Edward I. Fine and better. [17] (£150 - £175) 1703) Aelius. Ae sestertius. C, 137 AD. Rev; TR POT - COS II S C; Spes walking l raising skirt and holding flowe. RIC 1055. Small patch of verdigris on reverse. Super detail. 24.83g. GVF (£600 - £800)

II (35BC-10AD) Obv: King on horseback, Rev: weight 1.54 grammes Good Fine, India -Satraps in Western India Rudrasena Silver Drachm (348-378AD) weight 2.10 grammes NVF, Ancient India - Rudrashima II Western Kshatrapas, Kardamaka Family, Rudrasimha III (388-395 AD), Silver Drachma, Obv:bust of king facing right, date behind, Rev:three arched hill, river below, crescent moon and sun above, 2.13g, About VF, Sassanian Empire Silver Drachm Khusru II 591-628 AD Year 3 GVF lightly toned, Abbasids Silver Dirhem, Abbasids Silver Dirhem Harun alRashid (AH170-196) (786-809AD) Madinat al-Salam 174h Good Fine (£160 - £200) 1712) Ancients a collection (55) in 7 mini albums, mostly bronzes, complete with descriptive text, many different rulers represented, in mixed grades mostly around Fine, a few better, also includes some coin album refill pages (£500 £800) 1713) Antoninua Pius. Au aureus. C, 139 AD. Rev; TR POT COS II; Pietas stdg r over altar. RIC 52b. 6.08g. G Fine (£900 - £1,000)

1704) Aelius. Ar denarius. C, 137 AD. Rev; TR POT COS II; Concordia seated left, holding patera in right hand and resting left elbow on cornucopiae behind; CONCORD in ex. RIC 436. 3.19g. NVF (£50 - £75)

1714) Arcadius. Au solidus. C, 388-392 AD. Constantinople. Rev; CONCORDIA AVGGGΔ; Constantnopolis std r hldg shield inscribed VOT X MVLT XV CONOB in ex. 4.45g. NVF (£200 - £300)

1705) Aemilianus. Ar antoninianus. C, 253 AD. Rev; SPES PVBLICA; Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising hem of skirt. RIC 20. Dark tone. 3.20g. NVF (£50 - £75) 1706) Alexander III the Great. Ar tetradrachm. C, 325-323 BC. Obv; Head of Heracles right, wearing lion skin headdress. Rev; Zeus enthroned left, holding a scepter and an eagle, crescent on left. Price 89. Toned. 17.21g. NVF (£100 £125) 1707) Alexander III the Great. C, 336-323 BC. 1 x tetradrachm and 1 x drachm. Rev; Zeus std left holding eagle. Both G Fine. [2] (£60 - £75)

1715) Augustus. Ar denarius. C, 2 BC-4 AD. Rev; Caius and Lucius standing facing, holding shield and spear; between them, lituus and simpulum AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT, C L CAESARES in exergue. RIC 207. Porous surface. 3.81g. VF (£100 - £150)

1708) Allectus. Ae quinarius. C, 293-296 AD. Rev; VIRTVS AVG, galley right; QC in exergue. RIC 128. Nice even patina. 2.69g. GVF (£100 - £140) 1709) Anastasius. Au solidus. C, 498-518 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG I; Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross; star in right field, CONOB in ex. SB 5. 4.45g. NVF (£200 - £250)

1716) Balbinus. Ar denarius. C, 238 AD. Rev; P M TR P COS II P P, emperor standing facing, head left, holding branch and parazonium. RIC 5. Nice central coin. 3.00g. VF (£300 - £400)

1710) Ancient bronzes a mixed group Greek Imperial (10), Byzantine (6) and Roman 3rd Century (15) in mixed grades (£75 - £100)

1717) Caligula. Ae as. C, 37-38 AD. Rev; Vesta seated l holding patera; VESTA above. RIC 38. Dark porous patina. 10.64g. NVF (£100 - £150)

1711) Ancients (6) Indo-Greek Bactria - Northern India Drachm Antimachos (171-160BC) Obv: Nike standing, Rev: Macedonian Horseman striding right, weight 2.37 grammes, VF, Indo-Scythian Bactria - Northern India Drachm Azes

1718) Carausius. Bi antoninianus. C, 287-293 AD. Rev; PAX AVG; Pax standing left, holding a branch and a sceptre. RIC 885. 4.05g. VF (£100 - £150)

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1719) Celtic (2) Trinovantes Catuvellauni, Cunobelin Ar Unit Obv: CVNOBELINVS Hunter carrying dead animal, Rev: TASCIOVANI Hunter with bow, dog at side (S.317) VF on a short flan, Rare, Ae Unit Obv: CVNOBELIN Head left, Rev: TASCIO, metalworker with vase (S.342) Fine (£80 - £120) 1720) Celtic. Dobunni. Ar unit. C, 30-15 BC. Obv; Celticized head right, star on chin. Rev; Horse left, flower below. VA 1049-1. Good metal for issue. 0.95g. VF (£80 - £100) 1721) Cilicia. Nagidos. Ar stater. C, 360-333 BC. Obv; Aphrodite, wearing chiton, himation and polos, seated l. on throne, holding phiale in her r. hand; she is crowned by Nike flying right. Rev; Dionysos, bearded, wearing himation, standing l., holding long thyrsus with his l, hand, with his r. hand bunch of grapes with tendril and leaves. Walking bull counter mark. GCV 5587. 9.96g. G Fine (£200 - £250) 1722) Claudius. Ar denarius. C, 46-47 AD. Rev; PACI AVGVSTAE, Pax-Nemesis, winged and draped, advancing right, with right hand holding out fold of drapery below chin, with left hand holding winged caduceus, pointing down at snake, gliding right. RIC 39. Scarce. 3.55g. NVF (£300 £400)

1732) Collection of 10 Roman Republic Ar denarius. A good selection and identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [10] (£200 - £250) 1733) Collection of 11 Roman Ar denarius. C, 1st-3rd century AD. A good selection mostly identified. Mixed grades fine or better. [11] (£220 - £270) 1734) Collection of 28 mixed Roman bronzes. C, 1st-4th century AD. A varied selection of bronzes including Agrippa, Carausius and Allectus, mostly identified. Mixed grades fine or better. [28] (£150 - £200) 1735) Collection of 28 mixed Roman bronzes. C, 1st-4th century AD. A varied selection of bronzes including Titus, Vetranio and Allectus, mostly identified. Mixed grades fine or better. [28] (£150 - £200) 1736) Collection of 7 Roman Ar antoninianus. C, 3rd century AD. A good selection and mostly identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [7] (£100 - £120) 1737) Collection of 8 Roman Ar antoninianus. C, 3rd century AD. A good selection and mostly identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [8] (£120 - £140) 1738) Collection of 9 Roman Republic Ar denarius. A good selection and identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [9] (£180 - £220) 1739) Collection of mixed ancients. Roman and Greek bronzes including sestertius and a silver denarius of Tiberius. Fair to G Fine [34] (£100 - £150)

1723) Claudius. Ar denarius. C, 50-51 AD. Rev; SPQR / P P / OB CS within wreath. RIC 60. Porous surfaces. 3.53g. G Fine (£200 - £250)

1724) Clodius Albinus. Ar denarius. C, 193-195 AD. Rev; COS II; Asclepius standing left, holding serpent-entwined staff. RIC 2. Pit mark on reverse. 2.91g. NVF/Fine (£50 - £60) 1725) Clodius Albinus. Ar denarius. C, 194 AD. Rev; ROMAE AETERNAE; Roma seated l. above shield, holding Victory and spear. RIC 11a. 3.19g. Fine (£50 - £60)

1740) Constantine V and Leo IV. Au solidus. C, 750-756 AD. Obv; Crowned facing busts of Constantine V and Leo IV, each wearing chlamys; cross above, • between. Rev; Crowned facing bust of Leo III, wearing loros, holding cross potent; Θ at end of legend. SB 1551. Scarce. 4.44g. VF (£200 - £250)

1741) Constantine VII and Romanus I. Au solidus. C, 947-950 AD. Constantinople. Obv; Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator. Rev; Crowned facing busts of Constantine, wearing loros, and Romanus, wearing chlamys, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 1751. 4.39g. NVF (£200 - £250)

1726) Collection of 10 Roman Ar denarius. C, 1st-3rd century AD. A good selection with some better types and mostly identified. Mixed grades fine or better. [10] (£250 - £300) 1727) Collection of 10 Roman Ar denarius. C, 1st-3rd century AD. A good selection with some better types and mostly identified. Mixed grades fine or better. [10] (£200 - £250) 1728) Collection of 10 Roman Ar denarius. C, 1st-3rd century AD. A good selection with some better types and mostly identified. Mixed grades fine or better. [10] (£200 - £250)

1742) Diadumenian. Ar denarius. C, 218 AD. Rev; SPES PVBLICA; Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising hem of skirt. RIC 116. Even dark tone. 2.95g. EF (£200 - £300)

1729) Collection of 10 Roman Republic Ar denarius. A good selection and identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [10] (£200 - £250) 1730) Collection of 10 Roman Republic Ar denarius. A good selection and identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [10] (£200 - £250) 1731) Collection of 10 Roman Republic Ar denarius. A good selection and identified. Mixed grades mostly fine or better. [10] (£200 - £250)

1743) Eugenius. Ar siliqua. C, 392-395 AD. Rev; VIRTVS ROMANORVM; Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe and reversed spear; TRPS in ex. RIC 106d. Clipped. Rare. 0.91g. Fine (£100 - £120)

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1744) Florianus. Ae antoninianus. C, 276 AD. Rev; PROVIDENTIA AVG; Providentia standing facing, head left, holding baton and cornucopia; globe at feet to left; XXIA. RIC 37. Dark patina. 3.51g. VF (£30 - £40) 1745) Gaius Caesar under Augustus. Ar denarius. C, 17 BC. Obv; CASAR, bare head of Gaius Caesar (or Augustus?) right within oak wreath. Rev; AVG-VST across field, candelabrum ornamented with rams’ heads; all within a floral wreath entwined with two bucrania and three paterae. RIC 540. Slight bend on edge. 3.68g. GVF (£400 - £500)

1746) Galba. Ar denarius. C, 68 AD. Rev; DIVA AVGVSTA; Livia standing left, holding patera and scepter. RIC I 189. Good surfaces. 3.32g. VF/NVF (£250 - £350)

1747) Galerius. Ar argenteus. C, 295-297 AD. Rev; VIRTVS MILITVM; the four tetrarchs sacrificing over tripod before city enclosure with six turrets, D in ex. RIC 110b. 2.52g. NVF (£200 - £250)

1748) Galerius. Ar argenteus. C, 295-297 AD. Rev; VIRTVS MILITVM; the four tetrarchs sacrificing over tripod before city enclosure with six turrets, Δ in ex. RIC 35b. Nice surfaces. 3.41g. NVF (£250 - £300)

1749) Gordian II Africanus. Ar denarius. C, 238 AD. Rev; PROVIDENTIA AVGG; Providentia stdg l leaning on colomn globe at feet. RIC 1. RARE. 2.01g. VF (£1,000 - £1,300)

1750) Gratian. Ar siliqua. C, 375-378 AD. Rev; VRBS ROMA; Roma seated facing on throne, head l., holding globe and spear; TRPS•.in ex. RIC 46b. Good metal no flan cracks. 2.11g. VF (£70 - £90) 1751) Gratian. Au solidus. C, 374-375 AD. Trier. Ev; VICTORIA AVGG; two emperors seated facing, jointly holding globe; Victory above, wings spread; palm branch below; TROBC in ex. RIC 39c. Scarce. 4.47g. VF (£500 - £600)

1752) Hadrian. Ae sestertius. C, 132-134 AD. Rev; FELICITATI AVG S - C; Galley right; COS III PP in ex. RIC 705. Brassy tone. 24.11g. G Fine (£100 - £150) 1753) Hadrian. Ar denarius. C, 119-125 AD. Rev; P M TR P COS III; Fortuna standing left, holding spear and rudder set on globe. RIC II 85 var. Super portrait. 3.44g. NEF (£50 - £75) 1754) Heraclius. Au solidus. C, 638-639 AD. Constantinople. Obv; Crowned figures of Heraclius, in center, between Heraclius Constantine, on right, and Heraclonas, on left, standing facing, each holding globus cruciger. Rev; VICTORIA AVGЧΓ, cross potent set on three steps; in left field, monogram; in right field, I/B monogram; CONOBA in ex. SB 768. 4.47g. VF (£200 - £250)

1755) Hostilian. Ar antoninianus. C, 251 AD. Rev; PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS, Hostilian standing l., holding standard and spear. RIC 181d. Grainy surface. 2.98g. NVF (£50 - £75) 1756) Jovian. Au solidus. C, 363-364 AD. Antioch. Rev; SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE; Roma seated facing and Constantinopolis seated left, holding between them a shield inscribed VOT / V / MVL / X. ANTЄ in ex. RIC 223 var. Possible ex mount. Scarce. 3.45g. G Fine (£250 - £300)

1757) Julian II. Ae 1. C, 360-363 AD. Rev; SECVRITAS REI PVB; Bull standing r., two stars above him, ANTB between two palms in ex.RIC 216. Nice evn black patina. 10.19g. EF (£100 - £150) 1758) Julian II. Ar siliqua. C, 362-363 AD. Rev; VOTIS/X/ MVLTIS/XX; in four lines within wreath; PCONST in ex. RIC 309. Grey tone. 2.06g. VF (£50 - £70) 1759) Julian II. Au solidus. Antioch. C, 355-360 AD. Rev; GLORIA REPVBLICAE; Roma and Constantinopolis, with right foot on prow, enthroned, each holding scepter and supporting shield with eight-pointed star between them; SMANZ. RIC VIII 166. Scarce. 4.22g. NVF (£500 - £600)

1760) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 40 BC. Rev; Bull-calf walking left; Q•VOCONIVS above, VITVLVS•Q DESIGN in two lines below, S-C across fields. Crawford 526/4. Good metal, Scarce. 3.91g. NVF/G Fine (£400 - £500)

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1761) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 44 BC. Rev; M METTIVS, Venus standing facing, head left, holding Victory and scepter, elbow arm on shield set on globe behind her; in left field, B. Crawford 480/17. Test mark on reverse. 3.64g. Fine (£300 - £350)

1762) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 46 BC. Obv; Head of Ceres right, wearing grain ear wreath; COS•TERT downwards behind, DICT•ITER upwards before. Rev; Emblems of the augurate and pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, capis, and lituus; M to right, AVGVR above, PONT•MAX below. Crawford 467/1a. 3.84g. GVF (£350 - £450)

1767) Justin II. Au solidus. C, 565-578 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG I; Constantinople std r hldg spear and globus, CONOB in ex. SB 345. 4.48g. VF (£200 - £250)

1768) Justinian I. Au solidus. C, 527-565 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG Δ; Victory standing, holding long cross; star in right field, CONOB in ex. SB 140. 4.48g. GVF (£200 - £250)

1769) Leo. Au solidus. C, 462-466 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG S; Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross; star in right field, CONOB in ex. RIC 605. 4.48g. VF (£200 - £250) 1763) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 47-46 BC. Obv; Diademed head of Venus right. Rev; Aeneas advancing left, carrying palladium in right hand and Anchises on left shoulder; CAESAR to right. Crawford 458/1. Dark tone. 3.69g. NVF (£250 - £300)

1764) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 47-46 BC. Obv; Diademed head of Venus right. Rev; Aeneas advancing left, carrying palladium in right hand and Anchises on left shoulder; CAESAR to right. Crawford 458/1. Dark tone. 3.72g. GVF/G Fine (£250 - £300)

1765) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 48 BC. Obv; Laureate female head (Clementia?) right; LII to left. Rev; Gallic trophy, holding oval shield and carnyx surmonted by wolf’s head; securis to right; CAESAR across field. Crawford 452/2. Pitted surfaces on reverse. 3.55g. G Fine (£250 £300)

1770) Licinius I. Au aureus. C, 321-322 AD. Rev; IOVI CONS LICINI AVG; Jupiter enthroned facing on high dais inscribed SIC X / SIC XX in two lines, holding Victory on globe and scepter; at his to left, eagle standing left, head right, holding wreath in beak; SMNΓ in ex. RIC 41. Ex mount with worn surfaces. RARE. 5.13g. G Fine (£500 - £600)

1771) Lucilla. Ar Denarius. C, 164-169 AD. Rev; VOTA PVBLICA; in three lines within wreath. RIC 791. Small scuff mark on bust. 3.33g. NEF (£100 - £150) 1772) Lucius Verus. Ae sestertius. C, 162-163 AD. Rev; FELIC AVG TR P III SC, war galley under oar left over waves, COS II in ex. RIC 1325. 25.06g. G Fine (£50 - £75) 1773) Lucius Verus. Ae sestertius. C, 167-168 AD. Rev; TR POT VIII IMP V COS III S C; Victory advg l hldg wreath and palm. RIC 1466. Even brown tone. 23.97g. NEF (£800 - £900)

1766) Julius Caesar. Ar denarius. C, 49-44 BC. Rev; P SEPVLLIVS MACER, Venus Victrix standing left, holding Victory in outstretched right hand, left resting on vertical scepter set on shield. Crawford 480/10. Test mark on obverse. 3.66g. G Fine (£300 - £400)

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1774) Lucius Verus. Ar denarius. C, 166 AD. Rev; TR P VI IMP IIII COS II; Pax standing left, holding branch and cornucopiae; PAX in ex. RIC 561. Small flan crack but otherwise superb detail. 2.95g. EF (£100 - £150) 1775) M. Aburius M.f. Geminus. Ar denarius. C, 132 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, GEM; before, *. Rev; Sol in quadriga r., holding reins and whip; below, M ABVRI; in ex. ROMA. Crawford 250/1. Light surface deposits. 3.86g. GVF (£75 - £85) 1776) M. Herennius. Ar denarius. C, 108-107 BC. Obv; Head of Pietas right, wearing stephane; PIETAS downwards behind. Rev; Amphinomus running right, carrying his father; M•HERENNI downwards behind, control mark before. Crawford 308/1b. 3.85g. VF (£75 - £85) 1777) Macrinus. Ar denarius. C, 217-218 AD. Rev; PONTIF MAX TR P COS P P; Securitas standing l., holding sceptre and leaning on column. RIC 24. 3.33g. NVF (£50 - £75) 1778) Magna Urbica. Ae antoninianus. C, 284 AD. Rev; VENVS GENTRIX; Venus standing left, holding apple in left hand, long scepter in right; D in field. RIC 337. Dark patina. 2.86g. Fine/NVF (£80 - £100) 1779) Magnus Maximus. Ar siliqua. C, 383-388 AD. Rev; VIRTVS ROMANORVM; Roma enthroned facing, head left, holding globe and spear; TRPS in ex. RIC 84b. Dark tone. 1.71g. NVF (£80 - £100)

1784) M a r K A n t o n y a n d O c t a v i a n . Ar Denarius. C, 41 BC. Obv; Bare head of Antony right;M•ANT•IMP•AVG•III•VIR•R•P•C•M•BARBAT•Q•P around. Rev; Bare head of Octavian right, with slight beard; CAESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• around. Crawford 517/2. 3.41g. G Fine (£200 - £250)

1785) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG II across fields. Crawford 544/14. Patchy dark tone. 3.28g. G Fine (£50 - £80) 1786) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG IV across fields. Crawford 544/17. 3.53g. VF (£150 - £175) 1787) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG VI across fields. Crawford 544/19. 3.18g. NVF (£80 - £100) 1788) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG VII across fields. Crawford 544/20. 3.48g. Fine (£50 - £60) 1789) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG X across fields. Crawford 544/24. Some roughness. 3.57g. G Fine (£80 - £100)

1780) Marcian. Au solidus. C, 450 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG S; Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross; star in right field, CONOB in ex. RIC 510. Some light surface marks to reverse. 4.40g. GVF (£250 - £300)

1790) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG XI across fields. Crawford 544/25. Surface marks. 3.72g. G Fine (£60 - £75) 1791) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG XII? across fields. Crawford 544/27. 3.58g. NVF (£60 - £75)

1781) Marciana. Ar denarius. C, 112-117 AD. Rev; CONSECRATIO Eagle with spread wings perched l. on sceptre, head r. RIC 743. Scarce. 3.29g. G Fine (£300 - £400)

1782) Marcus Aurelius. Ar denarius. C, 170 AD. Rev; VICT AVG COS III; Victory advg l hldg wreath and palm. RIC 225. Small mark on reverse. 3.54g. NEF (£80 - £120) 1783) MarK Antony and L. Pinarius Scarpus. Ar Denarius. C, 31 BC. Obv; M•ANTO•COS•III•IMP•IIII, head of Jupiter Ammon right, pellet below chin and truncation. Rev; Victory, naked to the waist, walking right, holding wreath and palm; ANTONIO AVG before, SCARPV IMP behind. Crawford 546/2d. 3.09g. Fine (£100 - £150)

1792) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG XIX across fields. Crawford 544/35. Slight porosity. 3.71g. VF (£100 - £125) 1793) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG XV across fields. Crawford 544/30. 3.41g. VF (£80 - £100) 1794) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG XX across fields. Crawford 544/36. 3.86g. NVF (£60 - £80) 1795) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; Aquila between two signa; LEG XX across fields. Crawford 544/36. 3.94g. NVF (£60 - £80) 1796) Mark Antony. Ar denarius. C, 32-31 BC. Obv; ANT. AVG III VIR. R. P. C; praetorian galley to right. Rev; LEG XVII ANTIQVAE; Aquila between two standards. Crawford 544/9. Scarce type. 3.64g. NVF (£150 - £200) 1797) Nero Claudius Drusus. Ae sestertius. C, 42-43 AD Rev; TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP P P S C; Claudius,

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bare-headed and togate, seated left on curule chair, holding branch in his right hand and resting his left on his lap; around the chair, spears, shields, cuirass, and a helmet. RIC 109. 29.25g G Fine (£80 - £100) 1798) Nero Claudius Drusus. Ae sestertius. C, 42-43 AD Rev; TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP P P S C; Claudius, bare-headed and togate, seated left on curule chair, holding branch in his right hand and resting his left on his lap; around the chair, spears, shields, cuirass, and a helmet. RIC 109. Counter mark on obverse. 28.86g G Fine (£80 - £100) 1799) Nero. Ar denarius. C, 64-65 AD. Rev; IVPPITER CVSTOS; Jupiter seated l., holding sceptre and thunderbolt. RIC 53. 3.03g. G Fine/Fine (£40 - £50) 1800) Nero. Au aureus. C, 64-65 AD. Rev; IVPPITER CVSTOS; Jupiter seated l., holding sceptre and thunderbolt. RIC 52. Gritty surface marks on bust. 7.14g. G Fine (£700 - £800)

1801) Nerva. Ar denarius. C, 96 AD. Rev; FORTVNA AVGVST; Fortuna standing l., holding rudder in r. hand and cornucopiae in l. RIC 4. Dark grey tone. 3.44g. VF (£100 - £150) 1802) Octavian. Ar denarius. C, 13 BC. Rev; C MARIVS C F; Prancing quadriga r., bearing erect palm-branch; to r, TRO in ex. RIC 399. Patchy dark tone. 3.76g. NVF (£150 - £200) 1803) Otho. Ar denarius. C, 69 AD. Rev; SECVRITAS P R; Securitas, draped, standing left, holding wreath in extended right hand, cradling sceptre in left arm. RIC 10. Good surfaces. 3.49g. VF (£400 - £450)

1804) Pertinax. Ar denarius. C, 193 AD. Rev; PROVID DEOR COS II; Providentia standing left, raising one hand toward star and resting the other on her breast. RIC 11a. Patchy dark tone. Scarce. 3.21g. NVF (£300 - £400)

1805) Pertinax. Ar denarius. C, 193 AD. Rev; OPI DIVIN TR P COS II, Ops seated left, holding two grain ears in right hand, resting left on seat of chair. RIC 8a. Scarce. 3.3.19g. NVF (£350 - £450)

1806) Pescennius Niger. Ar denarius. C, 193-194 AD. Rev; MONETE AVG; Moneta standing l., wearing polos, holding scales in r. hand and cornucopiae in l. RIC 65. RARE. 3.13g. NVF (£600 - £700)

1807) Philip I. Ar antoninianus. C, 248 AD. Rev; SAECVLARES AVGG; she-wolf standing left, suckling the twins; II in ex. RIC 15. Nice tone. 4.37g. VF (£40 - £50) 1808) Phocas. Au solidus. C, 609-610 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGЧ I; Angel standing facing, holding globus cruciger in his left hand and long, christogram-topped cross in his right. CONOB in ex. SB 620. 4.31g. NVF (£180 - £200) 1809) Pompey the Great. Ar denarius. C, 44-43 BC. Obv; NEPTVNI; Head of Cn. Pompeius Magnus r.; below head, dolphin and in r. field, trident. Rev; Galley sailing r.; in field l., star. Below, Q·NASIDIVS. Crawford 483/2. Some small patches of surface debris. RARE. 3.64g. VF (£1,000 £1,500)

1810) Procopius. Ae 3. C, 365-366 AD. Rev; REPARATIO FEL TEMP; Procopius standing left, head right, holding labarum and resting hand upon shield; christogram to upper right. CONSΔ● in ex. RIC 17a. Dark patina. 3.73g. G Fine. (£30 - £40) 1811) Pupienus. Ar antoninianus. C, 238 AD. Rev; PATRES SENATVS; clasped right hands. RIC 11b. Grainy surfaces. 5.77g. NVF (£200 - £250)

1812) Q. Thermus M. f. Ar denarius. C, 103 BC. Obv; Head of Mars left, wearing crested helmet ornamented with plume on side. Rev; Roman and Barbarian soldiers fighting, each holding forth a shield and raising a sword, the Roman soldier on the left protecting a fallen comrade, Q•THERM•MF in ex. Crawford 319/1. Good detail, nice tone. 3.99g. NEF (£100 - £130) 1813) Roman (4) As Caligula, 37AD, Reverse Vesta seated Fine, with pitted surfaces and heavily patinated, Denarius Orbiana, (c.225AD) Obverse. SALL BARBIA ORBIANA AVG, diademed & draped bust right Reverse. CONCORDIA AVGG, Concordia seated left on throne, holding patera & double cornucopiae. RSC 1 Fine, Sestertius Postumus 253AD, Reverse Victory advancing left, Good Fine with pitted surfaces, Sestertius Julia Mamaea (222-235 AD) Reverse Felicitas, NVF with green patina, Roman medallic bronze Julia Domna , heavier than a sestertius at 32 grammes Obverse Bust of Julia Domna right, Reverse MAT.AVG.MATTEN.M.PATR approaching Fine, along with Roman Bronzes (over 550) detector finds, in mixed grades to Fine (£500 - £550) 1814) Roman (96) Antoninianii (13), Bronzes (83) mostly 3rd and 4th Century VG to Fine (£180 - £220)

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1815) Roman bronzes (20) 3rd to 4th Century, all different, all VF or better, a superior group includes many pleasing pieces (20) (£100 - £200) 1816) Roman Imperial Antoninianus Florian (276AD) RCV3325ff VF and pleasing, Rare, Denarius Hadrian Rev. COS III Diana Std. holding bow and arrow Fine (£60 - £120) 1817) Sabina. Ae sestertius. C, 128-136 AD. Rev; PVDICITIA; Pudicitia seated l., placing hand before lips; in ex. S C. RIC 1032. Some light smoothing in fields. 27.88g. NVF (£300 - £400)

facing right. Rev; T CARISIVS; Sphinx seated right, III VIR in ex. Crawford 464/1. Nice tone. 3.77g. VF (£75 - £100) 1826) The Pompeians. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio and Eppius. Ar denarius. C, 47- 46 BC. Obv; Head of Africa right, wearing elephant skin headdress; stalk of grain to right, plow below. Rev; Hercules standing facing, with hand on hip, leaning on club draped with lion skin and set on rock. Crawford 461/1. Good metal. 3.84g. VF (£200 - £250)

1827) Theodosius I. Au solidus. C, 383-388 AD. Constantinople. Rev; CONCORDIA AVGGGA; Constantnopolis std r hldg shield inscribed VOT V MVL X; CONOB in ex. 4.44g. NVF (£250 - £350)

1818) Scythian. Koson. Au stater. C, Mid 1st century BC. Obv; Roman consul accompanied by two lictors advancing left; monogram to left. Rev; Eagle standing left on scepter, holding wreath. Iliescu 1; RPC I 1701A; BMC Thrace p. 208, 1. Minor flat spots on edge. 8.67g. VF (£400 - £500) 1828) Theodosius II. Au solidus. C, 430-440 AD. Rev; VOT XXX MVLT XXXX Γ; Constantinopolis enthroned left, holding globus cruciger and sceptre, resting foot on prow; round shield behind throne, star in right field, CONOB in ex. RIC 257. 4.48g. NEF (£300 - £350) 1819) Septimius Severus. Ar denarius. C, 193 AD. Rev; LEG VIII AVG; legionary eagle between two standards; TR P COS in exergue. RIC 11. Good metal. 3.18g. VF (£50 - £75) 1820) Septimius Severus. Ar denarius. C, 193 AD. Rev; LEG XXII; aquila left between two signa; TR P COS in ex. RIC 15. Good surfaces. 3.32g. NVF (£60 - £70) 1821) Septimius Severus. Ar denarius. C, 193 AD. Rev; LEG XXX VLP; legionary eagle between two standards, TRP COS in ex. RIC 17. Small flan. 3.20g. G Fine (£60 - £70) 1822) Septimius Severus. Ar denarius. C, 193 AD. Rev; LEG XIII GEM M V; legionary eagle between two standards; TR P COS in exergue. RIC 13. Good metal. 2.93g. VF (£50 - £75) 1823) Severina. Ae as. C, 275 AD. Rev; IVNO REGINA; Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter;at her feet to left, peacock standing left. Zin ex. RIC 7. Brown tone. 9.08g. G Fine (£40 - £50)

1829) Titus. Ar denarius. C, 73 AD. Rev; PONTIF MAXIM; Vespasian std r on curule chair hldg sceptre. RIC 553. 3.39g. NVF TR P IX IMP XV COS VIII P P; Dolphin coiled around anchor. RIC 112. 3.51g. NVF (£40 - £60) 1830) Titus. Ar denarius. C, 80 AD. Rev; TR P IX IMP XV COS VIII P P; Dolphin coiled around anchor. RIC 112. 3.51g. NVF (£80 - £100) 1831) Valens. Ar miliarense. C, 367-375 AD. Rev; VIRTVS EXERCITVS; Emperor, in military attire, standing facing, head r., holding labarum and leaning on shield; SMTR in ex. RIC 26b. Good surfaces. 3.96g. NVF (£1,500 - £2,000)

1824) Severus II. Ae follis. C, 307 AD. Rev; GENIO POPVLI ROMANI; Genius standing l., with modius on head, holding patera and cornucopiae, KB in ex. C 31. RIC 27b. Traces of silvering. 8.87g. VF (£50 - £75) 1832) Valens. Ar siliqua. C, 364-367 AD. Rev; RESTITVTOR REIP; Emperor standing l., head r., holding in r. hand labarum with a hook on shaft, in l. hand Victory on globe; PLVG in ex. RIC 6f. Slight porous surfaces. 1.80g. NVF. (£50 - £60)

1825) T Carisius. Ar denarius. C, 46 BC. Obv; head of Sybil

1833) Valentinian I. Ar siliqua. C, 364-367 AD. Rev; RESTITVTOR REIP; Valentinian stdg r hldg labarum and Victory; TCONST in ex. RIC 63,6c. Good silver. 1.99g. VF (£100 - £120)

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1834) Valentinian I. Au solidus. Antioch. C, 364-367 AD Rev; RESTITVTOR REPVBLICAE; Valentinian standing facing, holding labarum ornamented with Christogram and Victory on globe. ANTΓ° in ex. RIC 2b. Nice central coin. 4.40g. VF (£300 - £400)

1835) Valentinian II. Ar siliqua. C, 364-375 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG; Victory standing left, holding palm branch and wreath, A Q PS in ex. RIC 26b. 1.86g. VF (£70 - £90) 1836) Valentinian III. Au solidus. Ravenna. C, 426-430 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG, emperor standing l., holding long cross and Victory on globe; he places foot on head of humanheaded coiled serpent; in field, R - V, COMOB in ex. RIC 2011. Scarce. 4.45g. EF (£500 - £600)

English Hammered Coins (lots 1842-1977) 1842) Angel Edward IV Second Reign. S.2091 mintmark Heraldic Cinquefoil Fine with a couple of small cracks to the edge, with some surface marks, perhaps once cleaned (£1,300 - £1,600)

1843) Anglo-Saxon Pale Gold Thrymsa, Post-Crondall (c.655-675) Two Emperors type Obv: Bust right, Cross on steps and rune before, Rev: Angel with wings extended above two facing heads (S.767) VF Very Rare (£1,200 - £1,600)

1844) Charles I Shillings (11) Fair to Near Fine, many different types represented, several clipped (£150 - £200)

1837) Vespasian. Ar denarius. C, 70 AD. Rev; CAESAR AVG F COS CAESAR AVG F PR; Bare heads of Titus and Domitian facing eachother. RIC 2. Scarce. 3.18g. VF (£150 - £175)

1845) Crown Charles I Exeter Mint 1644 Date to left of mintmark S.3058 mintmark Rose, Obverse King on horseback worn with bold legend, Reverse Near Fine (£500 - £750)

1838) Vespasian. Ar denarius. C, 71 AD. Rev; AVGVR TR POT; Priestly implements. RIC 43. 3.42g. VF (£40 - £50) 1839) Vitellius. Ar denarius. C, 69 AD. Rev; LIBERTAS RESTITVTA; Libertas standing facing, head right, holding pileus and long staff. RIC 105. Black surface deposits. 3.30g. G Fine. (£60 - £80) 1840) Vitellius. Ar denarius. C, 69 AD. Rev; XV VIR SACR FAC; tripod-lebes with dolphin lying on top and raven standing below. RIC 109. Nice metal and detail. 3.30g. (£250 - £300)

1846) Crown Charles I Exeter Mint S.3045 Mintmark Rose Good Fine and bold (£1,900 - £2,200)

1841) Zeno. Au solidus. C, 476-491 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGGG; Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross; star in right field, CONOB in ex. RIC 911. 4.50g. VF (£200 - £250)

1847) Crown Charles I Group II, Second Horseman , type 2a, Smaller horse, with plume on head only, cross on housing, S.2755, North 2193 mintmark Harp, the harp on the obverse overstruck GVF, full and round, with a pleasing even strike, a most pleasing piece and very desirable in this grade, we note the Slaney example of this type, in slightly higher grade and with inferior surfaces, realised £8000 hammer price in May 2015 (£4,000 - £5,000)

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1848) Crown Charles I Tower Mint under King mm Cross Calvary S2753 about Fine, flan fault at 3 o’clock (£400 - £800)

1849) Crown Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament S.2838, North 2198, mintmark Eye, weight 29.95 grammes, the obverse with slight double striking, EF with a few small scratches in the obverse field, and a subtle underlying light golden tone, with minor weakness to the Irish Harp, overall a most impressive piece struck on a full flan, Charles I Crowns seldom seen this nice, we note this piece in comparable grade and struck from the same dies as the Van Roekel collection example (Spink Coin Auction 15 November 2001 Lot 39) (£6,000 - £7,000)

1852) Crown of the Double Rose Henry VIII Third Coinage Bristol Mint S.2310 mintmark -/WS monogram About VF and pleasing (£1,000 - £1,500)

1853) Cut Farthings an interesting group (42) includes Aethelred II, Stephen (three different issues), Edward the Confessor, William I PAXS, Henry I, Henry II, Richard I/John, John and Henry III types with many scarcer issue, many from the T.Everson collection (sold C.Cooke 2004) with tickets, along with Continental Cut quarter from a 12th Century Denier, in mixed grades mostly Fine to NVF, along with display trays (7) all for the smallest sizes eg Farthings and Fractions, in good condition (£500 - £1,000) 1854) Farthing Edward I S.1452, Coincraft E1FA-070, Bristol Mint Class 3g Obverse legend E R ANGLIE Fine/Good Fine (£30 - £50) 1855) Farthing James I Harington type 1a untinned issue, privy mark Ermine on crown, Fine, Extremely Rare, Ex-C.Cooke collection Lot 882, Ex-R.Shuttlewood (£100 - £150) 1856) Farthing James I Harington type 1b untinned issue, unmodified central jewel on obverse, Peck 42, S.2675 VF and bold, on a pitted flan as often, Ex-Entwistle, Ex-C. Cooke, purchased by C.Cooke in 1989 for £50 (£100 - £150) 1857) Farthing James I Lennox Oval (2) Peck 112 mintmark Cross Pattee, Harp with 6 strings, Nearer VF than Fine, Rare, Peck 114 mint Cross Pattee, Harp with 7 strings, About Fine, listed by Peck as Extremely Rare (£100 - £125)

1850) Crown Edward VI 1551 S.2478 mintmark y Fine with some tooling in the fields (£600 - £800)

1858) Farthings Charles I Maltravers types (19) Peck 236, 237, 241, 244, 245, 247, 248, 249, 253, 254, 257, 259, 261, 262, 263, 265, 266, 286, and another type 3c privy mark Harp/Bell this unrecorded, all attributed, in mixed grades with some VF and better, a useful group many with good provenance from Peck, Johnstone, Shuttlewood and Cooke collections (£250 - £350) 1859) Farthings Charles I Richmond (11) Peck 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145, 197, Fine to VF some with provenance, with a further group of Rose, Richmond and Maltravers (15) these in low grades (£175 - £200) 1860) Farthings Charles I Richmond (18) Peck 116, 121, 128, 134, 149, 150, 151, 154, 156, 157, 160, 176, 191, 192, 193, 195, 199, 201, in mixed grades Near Fine to VF (£300 - £350)

1851) Crown Edward VI 1553 S.2478 mintmark Tun VG/Fine with some tooling in the fields (£600 - £800)

1861) Farthings Charles I Richmond (18) Peck 119, 120, 137, 146, 147, 152, 153, 171, 181, 186, 188, 198, 200, 204, 228, 229, 278, 279, in mixed grades Fine to VF, all attributed, many with good provenances such as Shuttlewood, Johnstone, Woodhead, Brigg and Cooke (£300 - £350)

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1862) Farthings Charles I Richmond (18) Peck 148, 155, 158, 159, 163, 165, 167, 168, 169, 173, 177, 179, 180, 182, 184, 189, 190, 280, and Maltravers (1) Peck 265 VG to VF (£300 - £350) 1863) Farthings Charles I Richmond (5) Fine to VF, all Ex-Farthing Specialist (£25 - £50) 1864) Farthings Charles I Richmond (8) 5 Harp strings, type 1c privy mark Harp, Peck 172, VF, Peck recorded only one example, this now thought to be better than the example in the Cooke collection, Type 1c Peck 174 privy mark Harp, Good Fine, Type 1c Peck 178, privy mark Lion passant, Type 1c, Peck 185 privy mark Mascle, GF/NVF Excessively rare, Ex-M.A.Brigg 1943, Ex-Dr.Johnstone 1973, Ex-C.Cooke, Type 1c Peck 187 privy mark Nautilus, Fine on a pitted flan, Very Rare, Type 1d, Peck 196 privy mark Lion Rampant Good Fine, Very Rare, Type 1f Peck 202 privy mark Double Rose Type 4b Peck 277 About VF on a slightly ragged flan, Good Fine Very Rare (£300 - £350)

privy mark Coronet Peck 66 VF with a small spot by the Crown, Ex-R.Shuttlewood, Ex-C.Cooke, 7 Harp strings, privy mark Bell on reverse only, Peck 55 VF with a small edge chip at the top of the reverse, Rare, Ex-R.Shuttlewood (£225 - £275) 1873) Gold Halfcrown Henry VIII Third Coinage Bristol Mint S.2315 mintmark WS monogram/-, Fine with a light crease (£350 - £650)

1874) Groat Charles I 1646 Bridgnorth Mint S.3042 mintmark Plumelet Near Fine/Fine legends bold and clear (£300 £350)

1865) Farthings Charles I Richmond Ovals (5) no privy mark Peck 273 Near Fine, creased and straightened, Ex-T.Everson, Peck 275 type 4b privy mark demi Lis Good Fine, Peck 276 Type 4b privy mark Martlet Good Fine, Peck 282 type 4c privy mark Double Rose/none ,VF and pleasing, Ex-C. Cooke, Ex-Dr.Johnstone, Peck 285 type 4c 9 jewels on reverse, VG/Fair, Ex-R.Shuttlewood (£120 - £150) 1866) Farthings Charles I Rose (53) in mixed grades Good to VF , all attributed, includes many useful pieces some with Peck, Shuttlewood, Johnstone and Cooke Provenance, plus a further group of Rose Farthings (13) these in lower grades (£550 - £650) 1867) Farthings James I Haringtons (5) Peck 44, 49, 50, 51, 53 Near Fine to VF, all with attributions, the last two are Ex-R. Shuttlewood (£125 - £200) 1868) Farthings James I Haringtons (9) Peck 32, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 47, and a type 2 Peck (46-54) unclear, VG to Good Fine (£125 - £175) 1869) Farthings James I Lennox (13) Peck 89, 90, 96, 97, 99, 100, 103, 104, 106, 108, 109, 110, 111, all with attributions, Near Fine to Good Fine, some Ex-R.Shuttlewood collection (£200 - £250) 1870) Farthings James I Lennox (17) Peck 56, 58, 60, 61, 62, 62/3, 63, 67, 69, 70, 73, 74, 77, 80, 81, 85, 87 all with attributions and some with provenances, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1871) Farthings James I Lennox (2) 5 Harp strings Peck 64 privy mark Ball Bold VF, 6 Harp strings, Peck 79 privy mark Key VF with green patina, Haringtons (3) Letter B Peck 29 type 1a VF for wear with an edge chip, retaining plenty of the original tinned surfaces, Very Rare thus, Ex-Farthing Specialist, Ex-C.Cooke, Letter A Peck 28 type 1a, the A with weakness to the right hand limb and resembling a sloping F, Near Fine for issue, Ex-C.Cooke, Ex-Spink March 1980, Letter C Peck 30 type 1a GVF with a tone spot on the reverse, Ex-C.Cooke, Ex-Spink Auction 140 November 1999, Lot 515, Letter D type 1a Peck 31 NVF with a small pinhole near the edge, Very Rare, Ex-R.Shuttlewood (£200 - £250) 1872) Farthings James I Lennox (7) BRIT legend, 5 Harp strings, privy mark Mascle Peck 105 NEF and rare in this grade, Ex-R.Shuttlewood, 7 Harp strings privy mark Dagger Peck 101 VF for wear on a pitted flan, Ex-Farthing Specialist, Ex-C.Cooke, 5 Harp strings privy mark Fusil Peck 75 GVF on a lightly pitted flan, Peck only recorded three examples, Ex-C.Cooke, Ex-R.Shuttlewood, 7 Harp Strings privy mark Fusil both sides Peck 59 VF on a pitted flan, Ex-Entwistle 2/6/1989, Ex-C.Cooke, 5 Harp strings, but with BRI legend (this unlisted by Peck) as Peck 65, VF struck from flawed dies, Rare, Ex-C.Cooke, Ex-B.A.Seaby 1976, 6 Harp strings

1875) Groat Charles I Bristol Mint 1644 S.3023 Good Fine or slightly better, creased, with an attractive grey tone (£100 - £200) 1876) Groat Edward III Pre-Treaty London Mint, S.1565 NVF, Halfgroat Edward III Mule S.1577/8 mintmark Crown/Cross GF/NVF, Pennies (2) Edward III Florin Coinage London Mint, Lombardic N S.1543 NVF, Edward III Durham Mint Fourth Coinage, Pre-Treaty S.1592 Good Fine with some weak areas, the last with old collector’s ticket (£200 - £250) 1877) Groat Edward IV Light Coinage, London Mint, Quatrefoils at neck S.2000 mintmark Sun Good Fine, Halfgroat Edward IV no marks by Neck mintmark unclear, NVF on an irregularly shaped flan (£100 - £120) 1878) Groat Edward IV Second Reign, London Mint Trefoils on cusps S.2096 mintmark Annulet NVF (£120 - £140) 1879) Groat Henry V S.1764 mintmark pierced Cross with pellet centre Fine, the reverse slightly better although with uneven tone (£480 - £550)

1880) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue Calais Mint S.1836 Annulets at neck, mintmark pierced cross Fine, Halfgroat Henry VI Annulet issue Calais Mint S.1840 mintmark pierced cross Near VF with an edge nick (£60 - £90) 1881) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint S.1836 mintmark pierced Cross, Good Fine, with old collector’s ticket (£80 £100) 1882) Groat Henry VI Annulet-Trefoil sub-issue, Calais Mint, Trefoil to left of Crown, Rev: Trefoil after POSVI and only one annulet S.1854 mintmark Pierced Cross, NVF with a small edge nick, Ex-Reigate Hoard, comes with two old tickets (£100 - £120)

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1883) Groat Henry VII Tentative issue S.2254 mintmark Cross Crosslet Good Fine, creased and plugged, Very Rare, along with other hammered silver John to Elizabeth I (6) in mixed grades to VF (two impaired), with a further group of Farthings Charles I (5) these mostly Poor (12 coins in lot) (£300 - £400)

1899) Half Angel Henry VIII Second Coinage S.2269 mintmark Lis NVF Rare (£2,750 - £3,250)

1884) Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage Laker Bust D S.2337E mintmark Lis Good Fine (£75 - £100) 1885) Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage Laker Bust D S.2337E mintmark Lis NVF/GF toned with a couple of weaker areas (£75 - £100) 1886) Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage Laker Bust D S.2337E mintmark Rose VF nicely toned (£225 - £275)

1887) Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage, Laker Bust D S.2337 mintmark Lis About VF the obverse with some double striking to the portrait (£220 - £260) 1888) Groat Henry VIII Third Coinage, Southwark Mint, with annulets in forks as S.2371 mintmark Lis Good Fine with some weak areas (£150 - £200)

1900) Halfcrown Charles I Bristol Mint 1643 Obverse Oxford die without ground line, King wears an unusual flat crown, mintmark Acorn between four pellets, Reverse Declaration, three Bristol plumes above, date below, S.3006 mintmark Br, Fine or better, the obverse bold, the reverse with a slight weak area (£250 - £500)

1901) Halfcrown Charles I Chester Mint, Reverse Oval shield, S.3131, North 2628, Brooker 1114, Lyall b/ii, mintmark -/ triangle of dots Good Fine/VF toned, heavily clipped, weight 11.28 grammes, Ex-Carlisle 11/10/2012 Lot 91 (£300 - £350)

1889) Groat Henry VIII Third Coinage, Southwark Mint, with S in forks VG with some weaker areas (£30 - £50) 1890) Groat Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate Fine for wear with some old scratches (£50 - £60) 1891) Groats (2) Henry VI Annulet issue Calais Mint S.1836 Annulets at neck NVF with grey tone and some surface porosity, Henry VII Profile issue, regular issue S.2258 mintmark Pheon VG (£50 - £100) 1892) Groats (2) Henry VI Annulet issue Calais Mint S.1836 mintmark pierced cross GF/NVF toned, Henry VIII profile issue, Portrait of Henry VII, S.2316 mintmark Portcullis VG/ Near Fine, creased (£60 - £90) 1893) Groats (2) Henry VI Pinecone-Mascle issue S.1875 Near VF, Henry VI Leaf-Pellet issue S.1915 Good Fine (£140 £160) 1894) Groats (2) Henry VII Facing bust issue S.2198A mintmark Pansy, Good Fine, Henry VIII Second issue, Laker Bust D, S.2337E mintmark Rose, Fine and toned with a light crease (£75 - £100)

1902) Halfcrown Charles I Oxford Mint 1642 Shrewsbury horseman with ground line, S.2951 mintmark Plume/- Fine or near so with some weaker areas and a scratch on the reverse (£150 - £250) 1903) Halfcrown Charles I Oxford Mint, 1642, plumes on obverse only, Shrewsbury horseman, ground line below, Oxford Plume in field, Reverse Three Oxford plumes above Declaration, S.2952, North 2411, Brooker obverse 880/ reverse 881, GF/VF the reverse with a metal flaw, Ex-DNW 26/9/2011 Lot 1607 (£350 - £400)

1895) Groats (2) Henry VIII Second Coinage Laker Bust D S.2337E mintmark Rose Fine with dark tone, Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate Obverse with bust worn, legends VG, the reverse NF (£50 - £75) 1896) Groats (2) Philip and Mary S.2508 Crowned bust of Mary mintmark Lis with some surface marks, Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate NVG (£50 - £75) 1897) Groats Henry VI (2) Annulet issue Calais Mint S.1836 NVF toned with edge cut at 9 o’clock, Rosette-Mascle issue , Calais Mint S.1859 Good Fine (£75 - £100) 1898) Groats Henry VI Annulet issue Calais Mint S.1836 (2) both around Fine one with surface marks (£60 - £80)

1904) Halfcrown Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament Group III, Third Horseman type 3a3, mintmark ( R ) over eye/ (R) S.2778, North 2213, unlisted by Brooker, Ex-Lockdales 2013 Lot 102, Ex-Colin Adams Collection Spink 1/12/2005 Lot 128 (part), Fine on an irregularly shaped flan (£100 £150)

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1905) Halfcrown Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament Group III, Third Horseman type 3a3, no ground, cruder workmanship S.2778, North 2213, mintmark Sun over Eye/Sun Fine or better on an irregularly shaped flan with some flan stress, Ex-Lockdales 24/3/2012 Lot 1212 (£75 - £100) 1906) Halfcrown Charles I Tower Mint, Group II, Second Horseman, type 2a, as S.2769, North 2205, Brooker 302, mintmark Plume with additional pellets in the reverse field Fine/Good Fine, the obverse with some uneven tone, ExTennants 2/5/2012 Lot 23 (£200 - £250) 1907) Halfcrown Charles I Tower Mint, Group II, Second Horseman, type 2c, Reverse Oval draped shield with CR at sides, S.2771, North 2207, similar obverse legend to Brooker 317 but with reverse with the correct CHRISTO spelling, mintmark Portcullis Good Fine with grey tone, Ex-Bonhams 1/5/2012 Lot 263 (£140 - £160)

1914) Halfcrown Elizabeth I Seventh Issue S.2583, North 2013 mintmark 1 (1601) Near Fine/Good Fine, the reverse particularly bold, Ex-Penrith 3/12/2011 Lot 46 (£1,000 £1,200)

1908) Halfcrown Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third Horseman, type 3a1, No caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist, S.2773, North 2209, Error legend CHRRISTO Fine/ Good Fine with some old scratches, Ex-Tennants 13/9/2011 Lot 12 (part) (£150 - £175) 1909) Halfcrown Charles II Hammered issue type C with mark of value and inner circles, MAG BR FR legend, ESC 456 mintmark Crown, weight 12.5 grammes VG/Poor (£100 £120) 1910) Halfcrown Charles II Hammered issue type C with mark of value and inner circles, MAG BRI FRA legend ESC 453 mintmark Crown VG/About Fine, the edge with some old file marks at 5 o’clock, Ex-Carlisle 14/2/2013 Lot 42 (£200 - £300) 1911) Halfcrown Commonwealth 1654 ESC 434 Fine, unevenly toned with some flan stress and surface marks, Ex-Carlisle 17/6/2010 Lot 237 (£250 - £300)

1912) Halfcrown Edward VI 1551 Walking Horse with Plume S.2479 mintmark y VG/Near Fine, a good type coin with no real problems (£600 - £800)

1915) Halfcrown Newark besieged S.3140A Fair/Poor the date illegible (£100 - £200) 1916) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Tower Mint, Group II, Second Horseman, type 2c, Reverse Oval draped shield with CR at sides, S.2771, North 2207, Brooker 310, mintmark Harp Fine on a slightly irregular flan with uneven tone and some signs of flan stress, Ex-Tennants 13/9/2011, Bedale Hoard Lot 13, Charles I Tower Mint, Group II, Second Horseman, type 2c, Reverse with CHRISO error legend, as S.2771, North 2207, Brooker 317, VG, Ex-Franks 12/11/2011 Lot 414 (£250 - £300) 1917) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third Horseman, type 3a1, No caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist S.2773, North 2209, Brooker 330, mintmark Crown Fine/Good Fine, Ex-Bedale Hoard, Tennants 13/9/2011 Lot 121 (part), Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third horseman, type 3a2, S.2775, North 2211, mintmark Tun, Fine, heavily clipped, Ex-Bedale hoard, Tennants 13/9/2011 Lot 33 (part) (£100 - £120) 1918) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third Horseman, type 3a1, No caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist, S.2773, North 2209, Brooker 320, mintmark Bell , Near Fine with weak areas, Ex-Middleham Hoard, Ex-Spink 14/7/1995 Lot 109, Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third Horseman, type 3a1, No caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist, S.2773, North 2209, Brooker 335 Ex-Middleham Hoard, Ex-Lockdales 2/5/2012 Lot 2935, Ex-Spink 14/7/1995 Lot 109 (£150 - £175) 1919) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third Horseman, type 3a1, No caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist, S.2773, North 2209, Brooker mule 331 obverse/Brooker 330 reverse, mintmark Crown VG/VF, Ex-Tennants 13/9/2011 Lot 13 (part) Bedale hoard, Charles I Tower Mint, Third Horseman, cloak flies from shoulder, S.2775, North 2211, Brooker 349 mintmark Triangle VG the reverse better, Ex-Carlisle 13/11/2014 Lot 187 (£100 - £120)

1913) Halfcrown Edward VI 1551, Horse with Plume S.2479 VG with some tooling in the fields (£400 - £500)

1920) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Tower Mint, Group III, Third Horseman, type 3a2 , No caparisons on horse, cloak flies from King’s shoulder, S.2775, North 2211, Brooker 343, mintmark Anchor, Good Fine with grey tone, Ex-Lockdales 12/7/2015 Lot 1084, Charles I, Tower Mint, Group IV, Fourth Horseman, S.2779, North 2214 Fine, toned, weak in places, Ex-CNG Auction 266, Lot 562 (£100 - £150)

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1921) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Tower Mint, Group IV, Fourth Horseman, S.2779, North 2214, Brooker 367 mintmark Star, Fine, weak in places with signs of flan stress, Ex-Bedale Hoard, Tennants 13/9/2011 Lot 33 (part), Charles I Tower Mint, Group IV, Fourth Horseman, S.2779, North 2214, mintmark Triangle in Circle, Fine on an irregularly shaped flan, Ex-Bedale Hoard, Tennants 13/9/2011 Lot 33 (part) (£120 - £150) 1922) Halfcrowns (3) Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament, Group III, type 3a3, mintmark ( R ) S.2778, North 2213, Brooker 358, VG/NF, Ex-Franks 6/2/2016 Lot 315, Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament, Group III, type 3a3, mintmark ( R ) over Eye/( R ) VG, Ex-Lockdales 24/3/2012 Lot 1213, Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament H over H in CHRISTO giving the impression of H being wider and with central upright Poor/VG the obverse dark and almost completely removed (£75 - £100) 1923) Halfgroat Elizabeth I Seventh Issue S.2586 mintmark 1 VF/NVF the obverse with two digs, Pennies (2) Fifth Issue S.2575 Mintmark Greek Cross Good Fine/NVF, Seventh Issue S.2587 mintmark 1 NVF (£80 - £100) 1924) Halfgroat Henry VIII London Mint S.2341 mintmark Lis Near VF with dark tone and a small edge nick at 5 o’clock (£300 - £350) 1925) Halfgroat James I Second Coinage S.2660 mintmark Trefoil VF on a slightly ragged flan, Penny Elizabeth I S.2558 mintmark Cross Crosslet NVF and bold with a small edge nick (£80 - £100) 1926) Halfgroats (2) Edward IV Second Reign S.2106 Canterbury Mint, C on breast, mintmark Rose NVF with some weak areas, and a small edge split, Henry VII Canterbury Mint with Rosette stops S.2210 mintmark Lis About VF, Penny Henry VIII Sovereign type, Bishop Wolsey Durham Mint, TW beside shield S.2352 mintmark Star About VF with a small edge chip (£150 - £175) 1927) Halfgroats (2) Henry VIII York Mint, Archbishop Lee with EL by shield S.2348 mintmark Key Fine with a light crease, Henry VIII Canterbury Mint, Archbishop Cranmer with TC by shield S.2345 mintmark Catherine Wheel Fine (£75 - £100) 1928) Hammered (21) Edward I to Charles I, Halfcrown to Farthing VG to Good Fine, includes some useful pieces (£500 - £750) 1929) Hammered (3) Halfcrown Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament Group IV, fourth horseman S.2779A Fine or better, Shilling Charles I S.2799 Mintmark Star VG, Sixpence Charles I S.2808/2809 (worn in the key areas) Mintmark Plume Fine with weak areas, Crowns (2) 1677 VICESIMO NONO ESC 52 VG, 1696 First Bust, First Harp OCTAVO ESC 89 VG, Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns VG/Fine (£150 - £250) 1930) Hammered a small group (10) Halfcrowns to Pennies Henry III to Charles I, VG to Fine (£200 - £300) 1931) Hammered a small group (5) Threefarthings Elizabeth I 1561 S.2571 Mintmark Pheon NVF/VF, Penny Henry III Long Cross Shrewsbury Mint, moneyer Nicole VF, Penny Edward I Bristol Mint (2) Good Fine and Fine, Groat Edward IV a contemporary forgery Bristol/Norwich ‘mule’ Fine (£75 - £125) 1932) Hammered a small group (8) Henry VIII to Charles I Shillings to Halfgroats in mixed grades (£75 - £100) 1933) Hammered a small group (9) Henry III to Elizabeth I includes Scotland Charles I Turner and Ireland Henry VIII Cut Halfpenny VG to Good Fine, along with an Irish Gunmoney Shilling 1689 Jan: Fine (£120 - £150)

shield S.2354 mintmark Star Good Fine, Ex-Stewartby Part 4 Lot 1627 (part), Farthings Edward III London Mint (3) VG to Fine, Ex-Stewartby Part 4, part 1627 Halfpenny Edward III Fine with some flan cracks, Penny Third Coinage London Mint, Pre-Treaty Period with annulet in each quarter of the reverse, Class C, S.1584, Good Fine (£100 - £150) 1936) Pennies (3) John (2) S.1352 Roberd on Can NVF, S.1352 Willelm T on Lv Good Fine with a small edge split, Henry III Short Cross Class 7B S.1356B Good Fine (£150 - £200) 1937) Pennies Henry II Short Cross (3) Class 1b Willelm on Nico S.1344 Good Fine, Class 1b Reinier on Winc S.1344 Fine, Class 1c Raul on Lvnd S.1345 Fine (£150 - £200) 1938) Penny Aethelred II Last Small Cross type S.1154 York Mint, moneyer Hildulf, GVF with some peck marks and a small hole (£100 - £200) 1939) Penny Aethelred II Short Cross S.1154 Winchester mint moneyer Aelfsige, 1.39 grammes, VF toned with some peck marks (£100 - £120) 1940) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Aethelstan, (924-939) S.1100 NorthEast type I S.1100, Horizontal Two Line type, North 668b, moneyer DOMENCES reverse with larger lettering, weight 1.47 grammes, VF toned (£150 - £300) 1941) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Aethelstan, (924-939) S.1100 NorthEast type I S.1100, Horizontal Two Line type, North 668b, moneyer MANNA reverse with larger lettering, weight 1.55 grammes, EF toned (£300 - £600)

1942) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Aethelstan, (924-939) S.1100 NorthEast type I S.1100, Horizontal Two Line type, North 668b, moneyer WINELE reverse with larger lettering, weight 1.53 grammes, VF with a small stains on the obverse (£150 £300) 1943) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Eadmund (939-946) S.1105 North 688 unidentified moneyer, weight 1.07 grammes, Good Fine (£75 - £150) 1944) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Eadmund (939-946) S.1105 variety with Pellet below on reverse, North 688/1 moneyer CIAL[V] IE, this moneyer not listed by North for this type, 0.89 grammes, VF with some flan chips at edge (£75 - £150) 1945) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Edward the Elder (899-924) Two Line type S.1087, North 649, Obverse EADWEARD REX, +EADWEARD REX, Small Cross, Reverse BEAHRED MO in two lines, with three small crosses dividing inscription, 1.53 grammes, Near VF with a small edge split (£150 - £300) 1946) Penny Anglo-Saxon, Edward the Elder (899-924) Two Line type S.1087, North 649, Obverse EADWEARD REX, +EADWEARD REX, Small Cross, Reverse REGENVLF MO in two lines, with three small crosses dividing inscription, 1.56 grammes, VF with grey tone (£225 - £450)

1934) Hammered a small group Edward I to James I (15) Sixpences to Farthings, a few holed or damaged (£60 - £80) 1935) Pennies (2) Edward III Third Coinage London Mint, PreTreaty Period with annulet in each quarter of the reverse, Class C, S.1584, Good Fine, Henry VIII Second Coinage, Sovereign type, Durham Mint, Bishop Tunstall , CD beside

1947) Penny Charles II Milled issue ESC 2273 GVF/NEF (£50 £75)

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1948) Penny Cnut Pointed Helmet type S.1158 London Mint moneyer Leofstan VF (£150 - £200) 1949) Penny Cnut Pointed Helmet type S.1158 London Mint moneyer Wynstan NVF on a wavy flan (£75 - £100) 1950) Penny Cnut Short Cross type S.1159 Dover Mint, moneyer Eadwine VF toned with a scratch on the obverse (£150 £200) 1951) Penny Cnut Short Cross type S.1159 York Mint moneyer Regen About VF (£200 - £250) 1952) Penny Edward the Confessor Small Flan type S.1175 overall Near VF with the reverse legend double struck so mint and moneyer not clearly visible (£150 - £200) 1953) Penny Harold I Jewel Cross type S.1163 Bristol Mint, moneyer Egelwine, VF or better and nicely toned with a long thin surface crack (£150 - £350) 1954) Shilling Charles I Group D Third bust, Reverse Oval Garnished shield with CR at sides S.2789 mintmark Portcullis, Fine with dark tone, Sixpence Charles I Sixth Briot Bust with stellate lace collar S.2817 mintmark Star, Good Fine with some larger weak areas (£50 - £75) 1955) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2492 mintmark Tun Fine or better with old cleaning and some tooling in the fields, Sixpence Edward VI S.2483 mintmark y Fine Silver issue Fine or better, the portrait attractive, but creased with a small flan split (£125 - £175) 1956) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2492 mintmark Tun GVF/VF with a thin scratch on the obverse (£1,000 - £1,200)

1962) Shilling James I Third Coinage Sixth Bust S.2668 mintmark Lis Good Fine (£75 - £100) 1963) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 English titles only, with mark of value, S.2501 VF nicely toned, the obverse showing signs of being bent and straightened, nevertheless displaying excellent portraits and with considerable overall eye appeal (£600 - £800)

1964) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full titles, with mark of value S.2500 Fair (£125 - £175) 1965) Shilling Philip and Mary 1555 English titles only, with mark of value S.2501 Fine or better with some scratches on the obverse (£200 - £400) 1966) Shillings (2) Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2482 VG or better, creased, Charles I Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a Large XII, S.2791 mintmark Crown Fine (£100 - £120) 1967) Shillings Elizabeth I (2) both Sixth Issue, mintmark Tun VG and About Fine (£60 - £80)

1957) Shilling Edward VI Second issue 1550 Bust 5 Southwark Mint S.2466B mintmark Y VG/Fine with some old scratches, legends and main design bold (£220 - £280) 1958) Shilling Edward VI Second issue 1550 Bust 5, S.2466 mintmark Swan, Good Fine, some edge damage behind the bust, good metal (£300 - £400)

1959) Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 Bust 3A, mintmark Martlet NVF the obverse with some old scuffs (£220 - £260) 1960) Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 mintmark Cross Crosslet GF/NVF the obverse with some old scratches (£200 - £250) 1961) Shilling James I First Coinage Transitional Bust, nape of neck shows above broad collar, S.2645A mintmark Thistle GVF an even strike with pleasing grey toning, a few small edge nicks barely detract (£675 - £875)

1968) Sixpence Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2483 Fine with a small edge chip at 9 o’clock (£75 - £100) 1969) Sixpence Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2483 VF with an even grey tone (£400 - £500)

1970) Sixpences Elizabeth I (2) 1567 S.2562 mintmark Coronet Near VF on a full round flan, 1569 S.2562 mintmark Coronet Fine/Good Fine (£160 - £200) 1971) Sixpences Elizabeth I (2) 1575 S.2563 mintmark Eglantine Near VF with an edge flaw, 1578 S.2572 mintmark Greek Cross Fine/NVF, the first with an old ticket (£160 - £200) 1972) Sixpences Elizabeth I Milled issue (2) 1562 Tall Narrow Bust with plain dress, Large Rose S.2594 mintmark Star Good Fine with some tooling in the fields, 1567 Small Bust S.2599 mintmark Lis Fine or better, Groat Elizabeth I Second issue S.2557 mintmark Martlet, Fine with some surface marks (£125 - £175)

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1973) Sixpences Elizabeth I Sixth Issue (2) 1585 S.2578A mintmark Escallop NVF with some weaker areas, 1591 S.2578A Mintmark Hand Good Fine with some slight weakness (£160 - £200)

1979) Broad 1656 Oliver Cromwell S.3225 EF or near so and rare in all grades (£20,000 - £25,000)

1974) Stycas (20) plus one further example, this fragmented, in mixed grades VG to Good Fine (£100 - £120) 1975) Threefarthings Elizabeth I 1574 (with rose and date) S.2571 mintmark Eglantine, VF and nicely toned, Threehalfpence Elizabeth I 1561 S.2568 Mintmark Pheon Good Fine (£120 - £150) 1976) Unite Charles I First Bust in Coronation Robes S.2685 mintmark Lis Fine, plugged and holed (£260 - £320) 1977) Unite Commonwealth 1653 S.3208 Mintmark Sun VF desirable thus (£7,000 - £8,000)

English Milled Coins can be found in two sections, Lots 1978-3413 and Lots 3414-3604

1980) Crown 1662 Rose below ESC 15 About Fine with an X scratched in the obverse field (£125 - £150) 1981) Crown 1662 Rose below, ESC 15 Fine with grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 30 (£350 - £400) 1982) Crown 1666 Elephant below bust RE.X ESC 34 Fine and bold, Very Rare (£1,200 - £1,400)

1983) Crown 1666 Elephant below bust RE.X ESC 34 VG/Near Fine (£750 - £850)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1978-3413) Including The West Country Hoard of George III Guineas (lots 2200-2280) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Halfcrowns (lots 2341-2536) The Frank Stephenson Collection of Pennies (lots 2804-2945) 1978) Bank of England Dollar an undated uniface obverse trial Obverse K, as used on the patterns of 1811 exhibiting the a die flaw running from the rear of the truncation to the rim, and numerous die rust spots on and below the drapery and obverse rim, weight 34.2 grammes (527.78 grains) thus heavier than the thick flan coins described by the new ESC, but lighter than the ‘very thick flan’ listed pieces. Listed as Davis 39, and stated to be in copper, although has the appearance of a brass piece, interestingly Davis lists a standard Proof striking in brass (Davis 38), A/UNC with traces of lustre and a dark tone spot on the obverse rim (£400 - £600)

1984) Crown 1672 ESC 45 Good Fine, the reverse with some striations in the field below the date (£250 - £350)

1985) Crown 1676 ESC 51 Fine/Good Fine (£120 - £150) 1986) Crown 1677 ESC 52 VG, Halfcrown 1707E edge worn VG (£125 - £175) 1987) Crown 1679 Third Bust ESC 56 Bold Fine/Good Fine (£250 - £300) 1988) Crown 1680 Fourth Bust 80 over 79 ESC 61 About Fine with some old thin scratches, Rare (£160 - £200) 1989) Crown 1681 ESC 64 VG or better and of pleasing overall appearance for the grade (£100 - £150) 1990) Crown 1682 2 over 1 ESC 65A Near Fine/VG with some scratches at the top of the obverse (£160 - £200) 1991) Crown 1687 ESC 78 VG (£240 - £280)

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1982) Crown 1666 Elephant below bust RE.X ESC 34 Fine and bold, Very Rare (£1,200 - £1,400)

1983) Crown 1666 Elephant below bust RE.X ESC 34 VG/Near Fine (£750 - £850)

1984) Crown 1672 ESC 45 Good Fine, the reverse with some striations in the field below the date (£250 - £350)

1993) Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 QVINTO edge ESC 85 Good Fine, Scarce (£750 - £850)

1994) Crown 1695 SEPTIMO ESC 86 approaching UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-London Coins Auction A117 June 2007 Lot 870 (£1,750 - £2,000)

1995) Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89 Good Fine/NVF (£200 - £300) 1996) Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89 VF with grey tone and a couple of slightly weak areas on the reverse (£250 - £350)

1985) Crown 1676 ESC 51 Fine/Good Fine (£120 - £150) 1986) Crown 1677 ESC 52 VG, Halfcrown 1707E edge worn VG (£125 - £175) 1987) Crown 1679 Third Bust ESC 56 Bold Fine/Good Fine (£250 - £300) 1988) Crown 1680 Fourth Bust 80 over 79 ESC 61 About Fine with some old thin scratches, Rare (£160 - £200) 1989) Crown 1681 ESC 64 VG or better and of pleasing overall appearance for the grade (£100 - £150) 1990) Crown 1682 2 over 1 ESC 65A Near Fine/VG with some scratches at the top of the obverse (£160 - £200) 1991) Crown 1687 ESC 78 VG (£240 - £280)

1997) Crown 1696 Third Bust, Early Harp OCTAVO ESC 94 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 30 (£160 - £200) 1998) Crown 1696 Third Bust, error edge First T of TVTAMEN struck over an inverted D, and INNO for ANNO, unlisted by the old ESC or by Bull, Good Fine and unusual (£160 - £200) 1999) Crown 1703 VIGO as ESC 99 with R over lower R in TERTIO, NEF evenly toned with some adjustment marks (£1,500 - £1,800)

1992) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£650 - £750)

2000) Crown 1707 Roses and Plumes ESC 102 Good Fine and bold with two small edge bruises and some light adjustment lines (£200 - £300)

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2001) Crown 1707E ESC 103 Good Fine with some adjustment lines (£300 - £350)

2010) Crown 1723 SSC ESC 114 NEF toned (£2,800 - £3,500)

2002) Crown 1707E ESC 103 unevenly toned with some scratches, Halfcrown 1703 VIGO ESC 569 Near Fine, lightly toned (£225 - £275) 2003) Crown 1708 Plain in angles ESC 105 Good Fine/NVF (£350 - £550)

2011) Crown 1743 Roses ESC 124 GVF/VF with a light scratch on the King’s forehead (ex LCA Lot 122 Sep 2008 Lot 1478 realised £500) (£400 - £700)

2004) Crown 1708 Plain in angles ESC 105 NVF/VF the reverse with an attractive and colourful residual tone, a gentle edge bruise by the date barely detracts (£550 - £750)

2012) Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125 GEF/AU with light haymarking over subdued mint brilliance (£2,000 - £2,500)

2005) Crown 1708 Plumes ESC 108 Fine (£400 - £450) 2006) Crown 1708 Plumes ESC 108 VG/Fine, scarce (£200 - £250) 2007) Crown 1708E Second Bust ESC 106 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 35 (£350 - £400)

2013) Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125 UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2008) Crown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 109 GVF toned with some scattered haymarking, a sharply struck piece (£2,200 - £2,600)

2014) Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125 UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£3,000 - £4,000) 2009) Crown 1723 SSC ESC 114 GVF the edge with an incuse 6-pointed star before DECUS (£1,700 - £2,200)

2015) Crown 1818 LIX ESC 214 NEF with some contact marks (£225 - £275)

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2016) Crown 1818 LIX Obverse 1, Reverse C, Davies 4B - Reverse C has a large re-worked curved tail to the Q in QUI, instead of the original small stalk of Reverse B, but the S of PENSE is still centred over a rim tooth (£300 - £350) 2017) Crown 1818 LIX Obverse 1, Reverse C, Davies 4B - Reverse C has a large re-worked curved tail to the Q in QUI, instead of the original small stalk of Reverse B, but the S of PENSE is still centred over a rim tooth, this example also having unbarred A in TUTAMEN, the date also having the missing lower right serifs on the 1’s About VF (£300 - £350) 2018) Crown 1818 LVIII ESC 211 Davies 1 dies 1A NEF with some contact marks (£300 - £350) 2019) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 AU/GEF and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£400 - £500)

2028) Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246 GVF/VF with some contact marks and a small spot on the S of GEORGIUS (£250 - £300) 2029) Crown 1844 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 281 GVF/NEF and attractively toned (£300 - £600)

2020) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 NEF with a light golden tone and a small edge bruise by HONI (£125 - £225)

2030) Crown 1844 Star stops on edge ESC 280 VF with some contact marks (£150 - £175)

2021) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Davies 5 dies 1B but having the original small stalk to the Q, both 1’s in the date have no lower right hand serifs, VF with some surface marks (£200 - £250)

2031) Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282 strong GVF with some contact marks, lightly rubbed on the portrait (£550 - £650)

2022) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Davies 5B having both the curved tail on the Q punched onto the original Q, thus showing both types, , also with re-entered Y and P, Bright NEF with some contact marks, once cleaned (£800 - £900) 2023) Crown 1819 LIX Thicker ruled Garter, Davies 8, unlisted by ESC or Bull as a separate type, GVF with some surface marks, Rare (£300 - £400)

2032) Crown 1847 Young Head ESC 286 VF with some contact marks, the reverse with hints of golden tone (£550 - £650) 2033) Crown 1889 ESC 299 Davies 484 dies 1C UNC with old light toning over original mint lustre, very light cabinet friction, a superior example, comes with old paper envelope containing old collectors ticket showing a purchase price of 10 Shillings (£100 - £200) 2034) Crown 1889 ESC 299 Davies 484 dies 1C UNC with old toning over original mint lustre, very light cabinet friction, a superior example, comes with old paper envelope containing old collectors ticket showing a purchase price of 10 Shillings (£100 - £200) 2035) Crown 1891 ESC 301 UNC or near so and attractively toned with minor cabinet friction (£140 - £180) 2036) Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303 Davies 501 dies 1A EF and lustrous (£150 - £200)

2024) Crown 1819 LX ESC 216 Davies 9 dies 1C Near EF toned with some surface marks (£320 - £360) 2025) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 Davies 11 dies 1C EF with some surface marks (£350 - £400)

2037) Crown 1893 LVII ESC 305 Davies 506 dies 2A About VF/ VF one of the scarcer types (£140 - £160) 2038) Crown 1894 LVIII Davies 508 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£450 - £550)

2026) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 Davies 11 dies 1C with 1 over 0 and not the usual 20 over 19, GEF with some surface marks (£500 - £600) 2027) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 NEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£325 - £375)

2039) Crown 1898 LXII ESC 315, Davies 526 dies 2E, NGC MS63 (£525 - £575)

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2051) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367 About EF with small tone spots (£160 - £200) 2052) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367 UNC (£150 - £200) 2053) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£250 - £300)

2040) Crown 1899 LXIII ESC 317 Davies 529 dies 2E, NGC MS63 (£400 - £500)

2054) Crown 1928 ESC 368 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£180 - £220)

2041) Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319 EF (£160 - £200)

2055) Crown 1928 ESC 368 EF/GEF the obverse unevenly toned, the reverse with a some small spots, Ex-Neil B.Todd collection (£300 - £350)

2042) Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319 GEF and nicely toned, the obverse with some contact marks (£140 - £180) 2043) Crown 1902 ESC 361 GVF once cleaned now retoned, the reverse with some scratches (£125 - £150) 2044) Crown 1902 ESC 361 GVF with a small flan flaw on the obverse (£100 - £120) 2045) Crown 1902 ESC 361 NEF/EF lightly toned (£120 - £150) 2046) Crown 1902 ESC 361 NGC MS63 (£275 - £325)

2056) Crown 1928 ESC 368 Good Fine the obverse with some contact marks (£120 - £150) 2057) Crown 1928 ESC 368 GVF (£170 - £220) 2058) Crown 1928 ESC 368 NGC MS63 (£300 - £400)

2047) Crown 1902 ESC 361 UNC and lustrous with one small spot on the reverse rim (£350 - £450)

2059) Crown 1928 ESC 368 UNC with a beautiful light gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Wreath Crowns seldom seen in grades above 80, a superior example (£500 - £600)

2048) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362 GEF toned (£125 - £150) 2049) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£240 - £280) 2050) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362 UNC and nicely toned (£225 - £275)

2060) Crown 1928 ESC 368 VF with a small flan flaw in the obverse field (£160 - £200)

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2061) Crown 1929 ESC 369 GEF (£300 - £400)

2071) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378 aFDC pleasing colourful tone in the red box of issue (£500 - £600)

2062) Crown 1930 ESC 370 NEF/GVF with some contact marks (£150 - £175)

2072) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378 nFDC with light toning and a contact mark to the left of the date (£500 - £600)

2063) Crown 1931 ESC 371 VF with a striking flaw on the obverse (£100 - £120)

2073) Crown 1936 ESC 381 EF/GEF (£350 - £550)

2064) Crown 1932 ESC 372 NEF and lustrous (£400 - £500)

2074) Crown 1936 ESC 381 GEF the reverse with a hint of tone around the rim (£400 - £500) 2065) Crown 1933 ESC 373 EF lightly toned (£160 - £200) 2066) Crown 1933 ESC 373 NEF with a small spot by the crown (£250 - £300) 2067) Crown 1933 ESC 373 NEF with some contact marks (£180 - £220) 2068) Crown 1933 ESC 373 NVF (£150 - £175) 2069) Crown 1934 ESC 374 EF the reverse lightly frosted, with some friction to the centres of the roses, Very Rare (£3,250 - £3,750)

2070) Crown 1934 ESC 374 GEF and lustrous the key date in the series (£3,500 - £4,500)

2075) Crown 1960 VIP Proof ESC 393M nFDC lightly toning, in the red Royal Mint box of issue, very unusual to see this rare piece with the box (£1,750 - £2,250)

2076) Crowns (2) 1664 XVI ESC 28 VG, 1673 ESC 47 VG/NF with surface marks (£100 - £150) 2077) Crowns (2) 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246 Near VF with some edge nicks, 1820 LX ESC 219 About VF with some contact marks (£150 - £200) 2078) Crowns (2) 1847 Young Head ESC 286 NVF, 1845 the edge largely smoothed with traces of the lettering still just legible in a couple of places, Good Fine/Fine (£400 - £500) 2079) Dollar Bank of England 1804 No Stop after REX, Obverse E, Reverse 2 ESC 164 Good Fine (£125 - £150)

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2080) Dollar Bank of England 1804 No stops between CHK Obverse B Reverse 2 ESC 148 VF/NVF with some surface marks (£150 - £175) 2081) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A Reverse 2 ESC 144 About EF with a pleasing old tone (£400 - £500) 2082) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A Reverse 2 Near EF and nicely toned (£250 - £350)

2089) Farthing 1687 NVMMORVM (6-pointed star) FAMVLVS (6-pointed star) 1687 (6-pointed star) this legend unlisted by Peck, Good Fine for wear with pitted surfaces and a small hole in the centre of the area where the copper plug once was, the edge reading very clear, Very Rare, Ex-Kay, Ex-Farthing Specialist, Ex-C-Cooke September 2007 (£500) (£150 - £350) 2090) Farthing 1698 Silver Proof Peck 680 with Stop After Date Near Fine with some old thin scratches (£220 - £260) 2091) Farthing 1714 Peck 741 on a 21.mm flan Fine and pleasing, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£175 - £250)

2083) Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on a Peru 8 Reales 1794 LIMA mintmark ESC 140A (R2) countermark About Fine host coin Fine (£475 - £550)

2084) Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 in date ESC 394 UNC and lustrous, attractively toned with a small scuff in the obverse field (£100 - £120)

2092) Farthing 1741 Peck 885 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 763 (£400 - £500)

2093) Farthing 1773 Obverse 2 Peck 913 A/UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 774 (£275 - £350)

2085) Double Florin 1888 Second I in VICTORIA an inverted 1 ESC 397A A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, the joint finest of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £400) 2094) Farthing 1773 Obverse 2 Peck 913 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£125 - £150) 2095) Farthing 1790 Restrike Pattern in copper by Droz, Obverse 2, Reverse B, Peck 1091 R35 UNC with minor cabinet friction, the reverse with scratches in the field above Britannia’s arm, Very Rare, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£350 £650)

2086) Double Florin 1889 Second I in VICTORIA an inverted 1 ESC 398A EF/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£100 - £120) 2087) Farthing 1665 Silver Pattern Peck 407, Obverse 1a CAROLVS.A.CAROLO, reverse QVATVOR.MARIA. VINDICO toothed border diameter 24 mm BRITANNIA in exergue, EF with touches of colourful tone, the obverse with a long thin scratch (£200 - £250)

2096) Farthing 1790 Restrike Pattern in copper by Droz, Obverse 3, Reverse B, Peck 1035 R37 Toned UNC with a few small spots, Ex-Rev.E.Rogers, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£500 £1,000)

2088) Farthing 1676 Pattern in silver Peck *492 Bust with long hair, date below, Plain edge GEF/EF (£500 - £600)

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2097) Farthing 1797 Restrike Pattern in copper as Peck 1201 with the 9 of the date not blocked at the top EF toned, ExFarthing Specialist, who notes ‘Peck 1201A Very Rare’ see notes in Peck page 324 (£200 - £400)

2098) Farthing 1798 Restrike Pattern in bronzed copper Peck 1212 About UNC with a few small spots, Rare (£200 - £400)

2106) Farthing 1839 Bronzed Proof, Reverse upright Peck 1556 UNC toned with a small nick on the portrait, Rare (£175 £225) 2107) Farthing 1839 Bronzed Proof, Reverse upright Peck 1556, minor scuff in front of the bust otherwise nFDC and attractively toned (£200 - £300) 2108) Farthing 1844 Reverse B (no flaw by Britannia’s right arm) 10 teeth date spacing, by far the scarcer of the two recorded types for this rare date, VF or better, a recent in depth study shows that even the rare dates such as this had different dies used showing variations in the Reverse die type, date spacing and punctuation, further study and the evolution of the LCGS Population Report will, in time show the relative rarities of these combinations (£200 - £250)

2099) Farthing 1806 Bronzed Proof Peck 1388 KF13 UNC and nicely toned, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£100 - £150) 2100) Farthing 1806 Copper Proof Peck 1389 KF13 nFDC with some lustre (£250 - £350) 2109) Farthing 1853 Copper Proof Peck 1577 UNC with some remaining lustre and a couple of thin scratches on the obverse (£475 - £575)

2101) Farthing 1806 Restrike Bronzed Proof Peck 1404 R103 UNC and nicely toned with some minor hairlines (£350 - £450)

2110) Farthing 1856 R over E in VICTORIA Peck 1584 GEF with a tone spot on the reverse, very rare in high grade, ExFarthing Specialist (£100 - £200) 2102) Farthing 1822 Obverse 1 Peck 1410 Choice UNC toned with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £200)

2111) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 501 dies 3+B UNC with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£350 - £400)

2103) Farthing 1822 Obverse 1 T over tilted T in BRIT, Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the only recorded example on the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2112) Farthing 1862 Small 8 Freeman 507 dies 3+B Choice UNC and almost fully lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£100 - £120)

2104) Farthing 1825 Obverse 1 last I of IIII overstruck, LCGS variety 04 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£325 - £375)

2105) Farthing 1839 Bronzed Proof, Reverse Inverted Peck 1557 practically FDC toned with slight spots of verdigris across the bust, Rare, Ex-Norweb collection (part 4) Spink Auction 59 17/6/1987 Lot 1816, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£250 - £400)

2113) Farthing 1862 Small 8 Freeman 507 dies 3+B UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £125) 2114) Farthing 1863 Freeman 509 dies 3+B variety with dot below lighthouse, UNC with around 40% lustre (£270 - £320)

2115) Farthing 1866 Bronze Proof Freeman 515 dies 3+B, nFDC and lightly toned, Very Rare, only 2 recorded locations, Ex-C.W.Peck collection, Ex-Farthing Specialist, whose envelope states ‘First seen in 25 years’ (£350 - £650)

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2116) Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Freeman 521 dies 3+B slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£500 - £600)

Reverse A Rose in full bloom, EX . CANDORE . DECVS NEF and nicely toned, along with India Nazarana Rupee square Good Fine (£120 - £150) 2127) Farthing Pattern or medalet Mary in silver Montagu 19, legend MARIA.II.DEI.GRA. Reverse Moon and clouds EX NOCTE DIEM EF or slightly better and attractively toned (£145 - £165)

2117) Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Freeman 521 dies 3+B UNC with some contact marks (£300 - £400)

2128) Farthing Pattern or medalet William and Mary in silver Montagu 15, legend MARIA.II.DEI.GRA. Reverse William III, legend GVLIELMVS.III.DEI.GRA. NEF attractively toned with some surface marks (£145 - £165) 2129) Farthing Pattern or medalet William and Mary in silver Montagu 22 legend GVLIELMVS.III.DEI.GRA. Reverse Sun with rays legend NON.DEVIO. EF with an attractive tone (£145 - £165)

2118) Farthing 1868 Cupro-Nickel Proof Freeman 520 dies 3+B UNC and attractively toned with a few small spots, ExGeoffrey Kay collection (sold Spink 1988), Ex-Farthing Specialist (£300 - £400)

2130) Farthings (2) 1694 Single Exergue Line with stop after MARIA Peck 616 VF and pleasing, 1673 Peck 522 Fine (£180 - £220) 2131) Farthings (2) 1887 Freeman 559 dies 7+F, 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F both UNC with practically full mint lustre (£140 - £160) 2132) Farthings (4) 1675 Peck 528 Fine or better, 1699 Date in Exergue Peck 665 VG, 1719 Large Obverse Letters, Large 9 Peck 807 (2) Near VF and About Fine (£190 - £240)

2119) Farthing 1873 High 3 in date LCGS Variety 01 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the third finest known of 42 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£130 - £150)

2133) Five Pound Crown 2005 Trafalgar Gold Proof S.L14 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 95 (£1,400 - £1,600) 2134) Five Pound Crown 2010 London Olympic Countdown in an NGC holder with the Royal Mint ticket with Olympic logo, graded PF69 Ultra Cameo (£1,250 - £1,500)

2120) Farthing 1875H Freeman 532 RF.G Choice UNC and with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300)

2135) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 UNC/AU with a small metal flaw and thin scratch to the right of the date visible under magnification (£1,700 - £2,200)

2121) Farthing 1880 4 Berries Proof Freeman 542 dies 5+D, listed in the 1985 Freeman catalogue as ‘No Specimen known’, listed by Peck as Peck 1900, Peck states the only location as ‘B’ (Fred Baldwin), Ex-Norweb collection (part 3), Spink Auction no.56 19/11/1986 Lot 1114, Ex-Farthing Specialist, a minor streak of discolouration on the reverse otherwise nFDC with much lustre (£350 - £650)

2136) Five Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3966 EF the obverse lightly rubbed (£2,000 - £2,500)

2122) Farthing 1888 Freeman 560 dies 7+F Choice UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 16 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£175 - £225) 2123) Farthing 1890 Close Date unlisted by Freeman, LCGS variety 02 UNC with streaky lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £150)

2137) Five Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3966 UNC with a planchet flaw at 3 o’clock on the reverse (£2,400 - £2,800)

2124) Farthing 1895 Bun Head Freeman 570 dies 7+F UNC or very near so with around 25% lustre (£100 - £150) 2125) Farthing 1895 Bun Head Freeman 570 dies 7+F UNC with around 30% lustre (£100 - £150) 2126) Farthing Pattern or medalet Mary in silver Montagu 18,

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2138) Five Pounds 1902 S.3965 NEF/GVF with contact marks (£1,700 - £2,200)

2140) Five Pounds 1980 S.SE1 Gold Proof in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Ultra Cameo (£1,650 - £1,850) 2139) Five Pounds 1911 Proof S.3994 nFDC lightly toning, a few very minor hairlines, a superior example (£9,000 - £11,000)

2141) Five Pounds 1981 Proof S.SE1 GEF/AU with minor hairlines (£1,400 - £1,600)

2142) Five Pounds 1981 S.SE1 Gold Proof in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Ultra Cameo (£1,700 - £2,000) 2143) Five Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SE6 Proof UNC with some light contact marks, retaining almost full mint lustre (£1,400 - £1,600) 2144) Five Pounds 2017 200th Anniversary of the modern Sovereign S.SE15 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo One of the First 150 struck (£2,400 - £2,600)

2145) Five Pounds 2017 200th Anniversary of the modern Sovereign S.SE15 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo One of the First 150 struck (£2,400 - £2,600) 2146) Florin 1849 ESC 802, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, formerly in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS65, this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin (£500 - £600)

2147) Florin 1852 ESC 806 UNC and lustrous the obverse with some light contact marks (£200 - £250) 2148) Florin 1853 No Stop after date ESC 808 EF with dark grey tone (£200 - £250)

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2149) Florin 1854 No stop after date, also with ONC TENTH legend (e with missing bar) Bull 2830, as ESC 811A VG and bold, the obverse with some scratches, and a small edge bruise by F:D: , far superior to most examples of this rare date and always keenly sought after (£475 - £550)

2155) Florin 1881 ESC 856 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£120 - £150) 2156) Florin 1885 ESC 861 with planchet fault between the t and o of VICTORIA UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks (£150 - £250) 2157) Florin 1890 ESC 872 UNC with golden tone, one gentle edge bruise barely detracts, lists at £600 UNC in the Spink catalogue (£250 - £450)

2150) Florin 1856 No Stop after date ESC 813A UNC or near so and attractively toned (£250 - £350) 2158) Florin 1893 Proof ESC 877 EF toned with some contact marks (£150 - £200) 2159) Florin 1899 ESC 883 UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£150 - £200)

2151) Florin 1872 Dies 3B. Reverse Top Cross overlaps border beads Davies 756 Unc and graded 78 by CGS (£450 - £550)

2160) Florin 1899 ESC 883 UNC and with attractive tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£190 £240) 2161) Florin 1904 ESC 922 UNC and lustrous, in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£225 - £325)

2152) Florin 1875 Die 18 below bust ESC 844 Unc and graded 78 by CGS (£400 - £500) 2162) Florin 1905 ESC 923 AU/EF and with an attractive and colourful tone, a few tiny rim nicks barely detract, very rare and desirable in this high grade (£600 - £800)

2153) Florin 1877 ESC 846, Davies 762 Die Number 8, Davies notes that Die number 8 coins are found with the die number below the bust and not the shoulder, as is the case here, (see footnote 3 in Davies page 55) Bright VF (£270 - £320) 2154) Florin 1878 S.3897 Reads BRITT in legend, No Die Number, 48 Arcs, WW below bust (as ESC type B6 for 1879) Bull 2891, who states ‘one seen’ VG and Extremely rare, listed by Spink as ‘known to exist’ with no prices given for any grade, and the first example seen by this cataloguer (£800 - £1,000)

2163) Florin 1905 ESC 923 EF with some contact marks, Very Rare in this high grade (£775 - £975)

2164) Florin 1905 ESC 923 GVF/NEF with some small rim nicks visible under magnification (£400 - £500)

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2165) Florin 1906 ESC 924 UNC and lustrous, lightly toned with some contact marks, now lists at £525 UNC in the Spink catalogue (£250 - £350)

2175) Florin 1932 ESC 952 EF and lustrous with a few small spots on the reverse, Rare (£200 - £300) 2176) Florins (2) 1893 ESC 876 Davies 830 dies 1A, UNC with original mint lustre and pleasing golden tone, 1895 ESC 879 UNC and lustrous the reverse with a superb colourful tone (£100 - £150) 2177) Groat 1836 D: G: Davies 380 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £125)

2166) Florin 1907 ESC 925 GEF and lustrous (£150 - £250) 2167) Florin 1908 ESC 926 A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some light contact marks (£320 - £380)

2178) Groat 1837 Davies 383 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£175 - £225) 2179) Groats (2) 1839 ESC 1932 GEF nicely toned, 1848 8 over 6 ESC 1944 UNC or near so and lustrous with some light contact marks (£220 - £260) 2180) Guinea 1671 S.3342 VG Ex-Jewellery, weight 8.18 grammes, the edge smoothed and with stained surfaces, Unite James I a contemporary counterfeit, gilded in silver (?) fragmented and in three pieces, mintmark Tower VG, sold as seen (£525 - £575)

2168) Florin 1909 ESC AU/GEF and lustrous (£175 - £250) 2169) Florin 1910 ESC 928 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks and small rim nicks (£100 - £150) 2170) Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930 in an NGC holder, colourfully toned and graded NGC PF66 (£300 - £400)

2181) Guinea 1713 S.3574 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£500 - £600) 2182) Guinea 1715 Second Bust S.3629 in an NGC holder and graded Fine 15, overall an even coin with pleasing overall appearance for the grade, Rare one-year type (£750 £1,250)

2183) Guinea 1717 S.3631 VG/About Fine (£450 - £550) 2171) Florin 1913 ESC 932 UNC or near so and with a deep and colourful tone (£180 - £220) 2172) Florin 1916 ESC 935 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest of 21 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, very few pieces in this series attain these high grades due to weakness of strike and excessive bagmarks (£140 - £160) 2173) Florin 1921 ESC 940 UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £125) 2174) Florin 1932 ESC 952 AU/GEF and lustrous, the reverse with a pleasing light golden tone, Rare in this high grade (£650 - £750)

2184) Guinea 1717 S.3631 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£300 £400) 2185) Guinea 1723 S.3633 VG/Near Fine (£400 - £500)

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2186) Guinea 1726 S.3633 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £400)

2196) Guinea 1795 S.3729 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £350)

2187) Guinea 1765 S.3727 NEF/GVF Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £400)

2197) Guinea 1797 S.3729 NEF with some light contact marks (£1,000 - £1,200)

2188) Guinea 1772 S.3727 EF/NEF and lustrous with small flecks of haymarking on the obverse (£850 - £950)

2189) Guinea 1785 S.3728 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, the joint finest known of 16 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,200 - £1,400)

2198) Guinea 1798 S.3729 EF/NEF the flan slightly bent (£500 £600)

2199) Guinea 1799 S.3729 EF (£1,150 - £1,250)

2190) Guinea 1787 S.3729 in an NGC holder and graded MS61 (£1,250 - £1,500)

2191) Guinea 1788 S.3729 GF/NVF the edge filed (£300 - £400) 2192) Guinea 1791 S.3729 GEF the obverse with some minor hairlines (£1,300 - £1,500)

2193) Guinea 1793 S.3729 Near Fine (£350 - £400)

The West Country Hoard of George III Guineas (lots 2200 - 2280) Found in an old cabinet where presumable they had remained since the mid 1790s the following original hoard gives a fascinating insight into relative scarcities in contemporary circulation 2200) Guinea 1775 S.3728 Near EF with some lustre the reverse with a small area of unevenness within the left of the shield (£650 - £850)

2194) Guinea 1794 S.3729 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£1,100 - £1,300)

2201) Guinea 1776 S.3728 Near EF the obverse with a small striking flaw on the portrait (£750 - £950) 2195) Guinea 1794 S.3729 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£700 - £800)

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2202) Guinea 1777 S.3728 About VF/NVF (£450 - £650)

2203) Guinea 1777 S.3728 GVF and lustrous (£750 - £950)

2204) Guinea 1778 S.3728 GVF with some residual lustre, Very Rare, our archive database reveals that since 2003 this is the first example we have offered (£1,500 - £2,500)

2205) Guinea 1779 S.3728 NVF (£400 - £600)

2209) Guinea 1782 S.3728 GVF the reverse with touches of red tone (£600 - £800)

2210) Guinea 1782 S.3728 NVF with traces of lustre (£400 - £600)

2211) Guinea 1784 S.3728 EF/NEF and lustrous (£800 - £1,000)

2212) Guinea 1784 S.3728 VF (£450 - £650) 2213) Guinea 1785 S.3728 Good Fine/Fine with some scuffs (£375 - £475)

2206) Guinea 1779 S.3728 VF/NVF (£450 - £650) 2207) Guinea 1781 S.3728 NVF/GF, one of the scarcer dates in the series, our archive database records that we have only offered one better example since 2003, many examples offered have only been Fine to Good Fine (£500 - £750)

2214) Guinea 1785 S.3728 GVF/VF retaining some lustre (£600 - £800)

2215) Guinea 1785 S.3728 NVF (£500 - £750) 2208) Guinea 1781 S.3728 VF the reverse slightly better, retaining some mint lustre, one of the scarcer dates in the series, our archive database records that we have only offered one better example since 2003 (£650 - £850)

2216) Guinea 1785 S.3728 NVF/GF (£400 - £600)

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2217) Guinea 1785 S.3728 NVF/GF (£400 - £600)

2225) Guinea 1786 S.3728 VF (£600 - £800)

2218) Guinea 1785 S.3728 VF (£600 - £800)

2226) Guinea 1786 S.3728 VF/NVF the obverse with some residual lustre (£400 - £600)

2219) Guinea 1785 S.3728 VF or better (£600 - £800)

2227) Guinea 1787 as S.3729 the central line to the shield extends beyond the lower point of the shield to the mid-point of the date, NEF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£800 - £1,000)

2220) Guinea 1785 S.3728 VF/NVF with some light thin scratches (£400 - £500) 2221) Guinea 1786 S.3728 GVF and lustrous, the obverse with some light scratches (£500 - £600)

2228) Guinea 1787 S.3729 About VF (£400 - £500) 2229) Guinea 1787 S.3729 EF/About EF and lustrous (£800 £1,000)

2222) Guinea 1786 S.3728 GVF/VF and lustrous, the obverse with some minor contact marks (£650 - £850)

2230) Guinea 1787 S.3729 GVF and lustrous with some minor contact marks (£650 - £850)

2223) Guinea 1786 S.3728 NEF and lustrous (£800 - £1,000) 2231) Guinea 1787 S.3729 GVF and lustrous with some minor haymarking (£500 - £750)

2224) Guinea 1786 S.3728 NEF/GVF and lustrous (£600 - £800) 2232) Guinea 1787 S.3729 NEF and lustrous (£800 - £1,000)

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2233) Guinea 1787 S.3729 NEF and lustrous the reverse with a few minor hairlines (£750 - £950)

2241) Guinea 1788 S.3729 EF/NEF with a thin scratch by the shield (£650 - £850)

2234) Guinea 1787 S.3729 NEF with some contact marks and light haymarking (£650 - £800)

2242) Guinea 1788 S.3729 GEF and lustrous with some thin scratches (£650 - £950)

2235) Guinea 1787 S.3729 NEF/GVF (£700 - £800)

2236) Guinea 1787 S.3729 NEF/GVF with some flecks of haymarking (£700 - £800)

2237) Guinea 1787 S.3729 NVF/VF with a small flan flaw on the rim of the shield, the obverse slightly weak in parts (£375 - £450)

2243) Guinea 1788 S.3729 GVF (£500 - £750)

2244) Guinea 1788 S.3729 GVF/NEF and lustrous (£700 - £800)

2245) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NEF (£700 - £800)

2238) Guinea 1787 S.3729 VF (£450 - £550)

2246) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NEF with a light scuff to the left of the date (£700 - £800) 2239) Guinea 1787 S.3729 VF (£450 - £550)

2247) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NVF (£400 - £600) 2240) Guinea 1787 S.3729 VF (£450 - £550)

2248) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NVF (£400 - £600)

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2249) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NVF with a few surface marks (£375 - £450) 2250) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NVF with some small digs in the fields (£350 - £450) 2251) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NVF/GF (£375 - £450) 2252) Guinea 1788 S.3729 VF (£500 - £750)

2259) Guinea 1789 S.3729 NVF/GF with a gentle edge bruise below the bust (£375 - £450) 2260) Guinea 1789 S.3729 NVF/VF (£400 - £600)

2253) Guinea 1788 S.3729 VF the reverse slightly better (£500 £750) 2261) Guinea 1789 S.3729 VF (£500 - £750)

2254) Guinea 1788 S.3729 VF the reverse slightly better (£500 £750)

2262) Guinea 1790 S.3729 About VF/VF the reverse with some light haymarking (£450 - £550)

2255) Guinea 1788 S.3729 VF/NVF (£450 - £550) 2263) Guinea 1790 S.3729 EF and lustrous, the reverse with some light contact marks (£800 - £1,000)

2256) Guinea 1788 S.3729 VF/NVF (£450 - £550) \ 2264) Guinea 1790 S.3729 Fine (£350 - £450)

2257) Guinea 1789 S.3729 GVF or better and lustrous with small scratches (£500 - £750) 2265) Guinea 1790 S.3729 GF/NVF with some contact marks (£375 - £450)

2258) Guinea 1789 S.3729 GVF with good lustre a pleasing example and with much eye appeal (£600 - £800)

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2266) Guinea 1790 S.3729 GVF/NEF and lustrous (£650 - £850)

2274) Guinea 1791 S.3729 Fine (£350 - £450) 2275) Guinea 1791 S.3729 GEF and lustrous with superb eye appeal (£800 - £1,000)

2267) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NEF and lustrous (£800 - £1,000) 2276) Guinea 1791 S.3729 GVF/NEF and lustrous (£650 - £850)

2268) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NEF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£800 - £1,000) 2277) Guinea 1791 S.3729 NVF/GF (£375 - £450) 2278) Guinea 1791 S.3729 NVF/VF (£400 - £600) 2279) Guinea 1793 S.3729 NEF and lustrous with a small striking flaw on the shield (£600 - £900) 2269) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NEF with some light contact marks (£750 - £1,000)

2270) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NVF with some hairlines (£375 - £450)

2280) Guinea 1794 S.3729 EF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£800 - £1,000)

End of Hoard 2281) Half Dollar 1778 as ESC 611, S.3767 Oval Countermark on Bolivia Potosi 4 Reales countermark NEF host coin F/ GF, Rare, and comparable in quality to the example in the Colin Adams Collection (£450 - £650)

2271) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NVF/VF the obverse slightly uneven on the King’s cheek (£375 - £450)

2272) Guinea 1790 S.3729 VF/GVF and with some lustre (£500 - £750)

2282) Half Dollar 1796 Bull 1866 George III with Octagonal Countermark on Spain Madrid 4 Reales Countermark VF host coin NVF, Very Rare (£1,000 - £1,200)

2273) Guinea 1791 S.3729 About VF/VF (£450 - £550)

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2283) Half Farthing 1828 Large Date (as the 1830 coin) Reverse B, Reverse inverted EF with some scratches, fields prooflike, Very Rare, we note we have only handled one previous example in 14 years, in Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 855, the Ex-Andrew Wayne collection example, described as ‘About VF’ realised £146 inclusive of buyers premium, we note also there was no example in the Colin Cooke collection (£400 - £500)

2295) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 Fine Ex-Jewellery with a scroll mount attached at the top (£120 - £150) 2296) Half Guinea 1806 S.3737 NVF with some small scuffs (£220 - £260) 2297) Half Guinea 1808 S.3737 VF (£250 - £300)

2284) Half Farthing 1828 Reverse B Peck 1449 NEF with a small edge nick, Rare, Ex-Farthing Specialist, our archive database shows that is only the second example we have offered since 2003 (£100 - £120)

2298) Half Guinea 1809 S. EF and lustrous the obverse with a small scratch in the field behind the bust (£525 - £575)

2285) Half Farthing 1839 Peck 1590 UNC the obverse with small tone spots otherwise with full lustre (£120 - £150) 2286) Half Farthing 1839 Peck 1590 UNC with around 80% lustre (£130 - £160)

2299) Half Guinea 1809 S.3737 Fine with a flan flaw on the obverse (£220 - £260)

2287) Half Farthing 1853 Bronzed Proof, Reverse Inverted, Peck 1600, UNC toned, Extremely Rare, our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates that this is the first we have offered, also we note that LCGS have not graded any of this type (£200 - £300)

2300) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 EF (£700 - £800) 2301) Half Sovereign 1818 Marsh 401 Fine or better (£200 - £250) 2302) Half Sovereign 1818 Marsh 401 Good Fine or better with some surface marks (£180 - £220) 2303) Half Sovereign 1820 Marsh 402 NVF/GF (£275 - £325) 2304) Half Sovereign 1834 Small size Marsh 410 in a PCGS holder and graded MS61 (£1,600 - £2,000)

2288) Half Farthing 1854 Peck 1602 A/UNC with traces of lustre, the obverse with slightly uneven tone (£170 - £220) 2289) Half Farthing 1856 Small Date Peck 1603 AU/GEF and nicely toned (£150 - £200) 2290) Half Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Peck 1605 UNC with some toning, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£275 - £400)

2291) Half Farthing 1868 Cupro-Nickel Proof Peck 1604 UNC with some contact marks, Very Rare, our archive database shows that since 2003 this is only the third example we have offered Ex-C.R.Tyler Collection, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£275 - £400)

2292) Half Guinea 1695 S.3466 Fine or better for wear, the obverse with scratches (£400 - £500)

2305) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 NEF, all William IV Half Sovereigns scarce in better grades (£1,400 - £1,800)

2306) Half Sovereign 1837 Marsh 413 GVF/NEF with a small edge nick, all William IV Half Sovereigns scarce in better grades (£1,400 - £1,800)

2307) Half Sovereign 1841 Marsh 415 Fine or better, Rare, rated R2 by Marsh (£300 - £400)

2293) Half Guinea 1786 S.3734 Near Fine with a slight crease mark (£250 - £300) 2294) Half Guinea 1798 8 over 7 S.3735 About VF/VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£350 - £400)

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2308) Half Sovereign 1845 Marsh 419 GVF, Very Rare rated R3 by Marsh (£800 - £1,000)

2323) Half Sovereign 1900S Marsh 504 GVF Rare (£275 - £325)

2309) Half Sovereign 1849 Marsh 423 VG (£150 - £200)

2324) Half Sovereign 1901 Marsh 496 GEF the obverse with a contact mark on the portrait (£180 - £220)

2310) Half Sovereign 1853 as Marsh 427 with the date figures all double struck, Good Fine (£175 - £225) 2311) Half Sovereign 1853 Marsh 427 VG (£120 - £150) 2312) Half Sovereign 1866 Marsh 442 Die Number 15 Near Fine (£120 - £150) 2313) Half Sovereign 1866 Marsh 442 Die Number 19 Near Fine with some surface corrosion (£120 - £150)

2325) Half Sovereign 1901 Marsh 496 UNC with a few tiny rim nicks (£180 - £220) 2326) Half Sovereign 1910S Marsh 525 UNC or near so and lustrous, scarce thus (£250 - £300) 2327) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 (£500 - £600)

2314) Half Sovereign 1869 Marsh 444 Die Number 7 EF/NEF (£250 - £300)

2328) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 UNC with some small rim nicks (£500 - £600) 2315) Half Sovereign 1878 Marsh 453 Die number 42 NVF with some contact marks, the reverse with a slightly darker area by REGINA (£150 - £175) 2316) Half Sovereign 1884 Marsh 458 NEF (£160 - £200) 2317) Half Sovereign 1885 5 over 3 Marsh 459A GVF (£175 £225)

2329) Half Sovereign 1912 Marsh 527 VF with a scratch on the reverse, the surface shows signs of once being in a ring or pendant mount (£100 - £175)

2318) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C GEF and lustrous (£210 - £240)

2330) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 AU/GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£140 - £160)

2319) Half Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head, Small spread J.E.B Marsh 483, S.3870 UNC or near so and lustrous with some light contact marks, very rare in this high grade (£500 - £600)

2331) Half Sovereign 1982 Marsh 544 A/UNC and lustrous (£100 - £130) 2332) Half Sovereign 1982 Marsh 544 A/UNC and lustrous (£100 - £130) 2333) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 Proof nFDC with very light contact marks, retaining practically full mint brilliance (£180 - £220)

2320) Half Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 488 UNC a superior example practically free from contact marks and rare thus (£230 - £260)

2334) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the Gold Sovereign UNC with some hairlines and contact marks, retaining much original mint brilliance, no box or certificate (£180 - £220) 2335) Half Sovereigns (2) 1817 Marsh 400 About Fine, 1820 Marsh 402 About Fine with some thin scratches in the obverse field (£225 - £275)

2321) Half Sovereign 1893S Veiled Head Marsh 497 NEF/EF (£225 - £275) 2322) Half Sovereign 1897 Marsh 492 GEF/AU (£180 - £220)

2336) Half Sovereigns (2) 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery, 1892 S.3869D VF (£200 - £250) 2337) Half Sovereigns (2) 1903 Marsh 506 NVF/GF, 1982 Marsh 544 About UNC and lustrous (£200 - £300) 2338) Half Sovereigns (2) 1905 Marsh 508 NVF, 1907M Marsh 515 Good Fine/Fine (£200 - £300)

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2339) Half Sovereigns (2) 1912 Marsh 214 VF, 1914 Marsh 529 NEF (£200 - £300) 2340) Half Sovereigns (3) 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B. Marsh 478C NVF, 1892 No J.E.B. S.3869D Fine, cleaned, 1907 Marsh 179 NEF with a flan flaw on the obverse (£300 - £400)

The Frank Stephenson Collection of Halfcrowns (Lots 2341-2536) 2341) Halfcrown 1663 No Stops on Obverse ESC 459 Fine with grey tone, pleasing for the grade, Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A143 30/11/2013 Lot 1920 (£450 - £550)

2342) Halfcrown 1663 XV ESC 457 Fine with some weakness in the centre of the reverse, Ex-Tennants 15/6/2005 Lot 140 (part) (£75 - £125) 2343) Halfcrown 1666 6 over 4 Elephant below bust ESC 462 Good Fine, Ex-DNW 8/12/2014 Lot 2170, Ex-Richard Law Collection, Ex-P.Wallwork 1995 (£1,750 - £2,250)

2344) Halfcrown 1666 6 over 4 ESC 461 Fair with some scratches, Extremely Rare, rated R5 by ESC, (5-10 examples thought to exist) Ex-Spink 31/3/2005 Lot 253 (£500 - £600)

2345) Halfcrown 1667 7 over 4 ESC 463, 6 strings to harp, VG Excessively Rare, rated R6 by ESC one of the key rarities in the entire Halfcrown series, believed to be one of only 3-4 known examples, the first to be offered for sale since the Colin Adams collection example in 2005, Ex-Spink Auction 31/3/2005 Lot 253, Cataloguers note: the new ESC/Bull catalogue states these coins have 5 harp strings, indeed the Colin Adams example had 5 harp strings, this potentially one of the only 1-2 examples with this reverse die (£12,000 - £14,000)

2346) Halfcrown 1668 8 over 4 as ESC 464 with V of CAROLVS over an inverted V and/or a sideways S, a curious and interesting overstrike, About Fine the overstrike clear, previously unseen by us, Ex-DNW 21/3/2016 Lot 100 property of a Cambridge Scholar, Ex-Noble Numismatics July 2006 Lot 1667 (£350 - £400)

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2347) Halfcrown 1668 8 over 4 ESC 464 Fine/Good Fine, ExCroydon Coin Auction 26/4/2016 Lot 292 (£500 - £600)

2352) Halfcrown 1671 the 1 double struck as ESC 468 About Fine/ Fine, Ex-Lockdales 14/7/2014 Lot 1409, 1677 ESC 479 Fine or better toned, with some old scratches and surface nicks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 4/9/2007 Lot 488 (£300 - £350) 2353) Halfcrown 1672 VICESIMO QVARTO, Fourth Bust, also No stop after HIB, ESC 472, Bull 460, VG/Fine, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Bonhams 20/4/2006 Lot 375 (part) (£200 - £250)

2348) Halfcrown 1669 9 over 4 ESC 466 About Fine with pitted surfaces, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-London Coins Auction A142 1/9/2013 Lot 2286 (£300 - £350)

2354) Halfcrown 1674 unaltered date ESC 476 About Fine/Fine with a weaker area below ET, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 1/3/2006 Lot 320, we note that our archive database stretching back to 2003 only shows one previous sale of this date, we therefore suspect rarer than the catalogues state (£200 - £250) 2355) Halfcrown 1675 Retrograde 1 in date ESC 477A VG the reverse better, 1676 ESC 478 Good Fine/Fine with some weakness on the top crown on the reverse, Ex-DNW 21/3/2016 Lot 102 (£400 - £500) 2356) Halfcrown 1676 R over T in BR and F over H in FRA Bull 474 as ESC 478A Good Fine and attractively toned, ExTennants 9/11/2016 Lot 177 (£350 - £400)

2349) Halfcrown 1669 ESC 465 VICESIMO PRIMO Unaltered Date, Excessively Rare, rated R5 by ESC, (5-10 examples thought to exist) Fine for wear with numerous knocks and scrapes but an extremely rare type, Ex-London Coins Auction 5/6/2005 Lot 947 (£400 - £500)

2350) Halfcrown 1670 MRG for MAG on reverse, ESC 467A Near Fine with grey tone, the error very bold and clear, Ex-DNW 16/9/2014 Lot 2545 (£400 - £500)

2351) Halfcrown 1671 1 over 0 ESC 469 VG the overstrike very clear, only rated R by ESC, but our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows this to be the first example we have offered (£125 - £250)

2357) Halfcrown 1676 Retrograde 1 in date ESC 478A About VF with some double strike to the legends and date, Ex-DNW 21/3/2016 Lot 103, Property of a Cambridge Scholar, ExDownies (Melbourne) February 2010 Lot 2274 (£400 - £500)

2358) Halfcrown 1678 ESC 480 Near Fine/Fine with old scratches, Very Rare rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples believed to exist) Ex-Carlisle 26/6/2008 Lot 92 (£200 - £250) 2359) Halfcrown 1678 ESC 480, Bull 479, No stop after BR, no stop after HIB NVF with some old scratches, Very Rare rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples thought to exist) Ex-Colin Adams collection, Spink 30/11/2005 Lot 340 (£500 - £600)

2360) Halfcrown 1679 DECNS error edge ESC 483 Fine with some haymarking (£200 - £250)

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2361) Halfcrown 1679 ESC 481 Fine, Ex-Lockdales 27/1/2013 Lot 1402 (£200 - £250)

2372) Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO ESC 494 NVF and attractively toned, Ex-DNW 21/3/2016 Lot 117 (£400 - £500)

2362) Halfcrown 1679 GRATTA error ESC 481A VG/Fine with some surface marks and haymarking (£150 - £200) 2363) Halfcrown 1679 PRICESIMO error ESC 484 the error legend very clear About VF/VF toned, Ex-Carlisle 6/10/2005 Lot 196 (£900 - £1,200)

2373) Halfcrown 1686 TERTIO ESC 496 GVF with some weak areas, the reverse with some adjustment marks, a pleasing example of this short series, Ex-DNW 21/3/2013 Lot 418 (£650 - £750)

2364) Halfcrown 1680 ESC 485 NVF/GF toned with surface marks, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Spink 27/3/2014 Lot 1672 (£550 - £650)

2374) Halfcrown 1686 V over S in IACOBVS ESC 496A VG/Fair, Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Spink 31/3/05 Lot 258 (£120 £150)

2365) Halfcrown 1681 ESC 486 Fair, Rare (£110 - £140) 2366) Halfcrown 1682 82 over 79 ESC 489B VG with some weakness on the reverse, rated R3 by ESC, Very Rare, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows this is the first example we have offered, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 16/10/2013 Lot 566 (£200 - £250)

2375) Halfcrown 1687 First Bust 6 over 8 ESC 499A Fine, Extremely rare, rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples believed to exist) this the finest of only 3 examples we have offered in 14 years, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 4/6/2013 Lot 670 (£500 - £600)

2367) Halfcrown 1682 unaltered date ESC 489 VG/Near Fine the obverse with some old scratches, Ex-KB Coins 24/6/2008 (£200 - £250) 2368) Halfcrown 1683 ESC 490 GR of GRATIA not struck up, Fine with an even grey tone, Ex-KB Coins 27/10/2008 (£300 £350) 2369) Halfcrown 1684 4 over 3 ESC 492 Fair and unevenly toned, with some porosity from water damage, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Colin Adams collection, Spink 30/11/2005 Lot 364 (£200 - £250)

2376) Halfcrown 1687 First Bust ESC 498 Good Fine with some contact marks, struck slightly off-centre, Ex-Tennants 22/8/2012 Lot 168 (£550 - £650) 2377) Halfcrown 1687 Second Bust ESC 500 Near VF with a couple of thin scratches on the reverse, Ex-DNW 2/4/2014 Lot 400 (£800 - £1,000)

2370) Halfcrown 1685 ESC 493 NF/VG with some adjustment marks by the date, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 422 (£180 - £220) 2371) Halfcrown 1686 6 over 5 ESC 495 Fine with an edge nick at the top of the obverse, Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 390, the first example we have offered since 2003 (£400 - £500)

2378) Halfcrown 1688 ESC 502 EF/NEF the obverse with a few very slight haymarks, Ex-DNW 9/12/2008 Lot 137 (£1,500 - £1,750)

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2379) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and interior frosted, with pearls VF, Ex-Tennants 5/12/2012 Lot 230 (£300 - £400) 2380) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and interior frosted, with pearls, Second L in GVLIELMVS struck over an M, ESC 503A, Good Fine, Ex-Tennants 10/12/2014 Lot 230 (£200 - £250) 2381) Halfcrown 1689 First shield, Caul and interior frosted, with pearls, with FRA legend , also the first V in GVLIELMVS with two tails, resembling the V over A type, as ESC 507B, About Fine, Rare (£225 - £275) 2382) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, No pearls, ESC 506 VF or slightly better with a few flecks of light haymarking (£400 - £500)

2383) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul and interior frosted, ESC 508 NVF/GF, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 4/6/2013 Lot 224 (£350 - £400) 2384) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, No pearls, ESC 509, NVF/Good Fine, toned, the reverse with some light haymarking, Ex-London Coins Auction A139 2/12/2012 Lot 1906 (£250 - £300)

2387) Halfcrown 1690 TERTIO edge, No frosting, no pearls ESC 515, the scarcer of the two edge types for this date, Near Fine/Fine, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 15/9/2016 Lot 367 (£150 - £175) 2388) Halfcrown 1691 ESC 516 Fine, Ex-Tennants 5/8/2015 Lot 206 (£300 - £350) 2389) Halfcrown 1692 QVARTO ESC 517 Fine, toned, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 8/1/2013 Lot 382 (£250 - £300) 2390) Halfcrown 1692 QVARTO, R of REGINA over G, H over B in HIB, as ESC 517A, as Bull 854, Rare, listed as R3 by ESC , Fine and toned, Ex-Tennants 12/10/2005 Lot 96 (part) (£300 - £350)

2391) Halfcrown 1692 QVINTO edge ESC 518 VG/About Fine, Extremely Rare, rated R4 by ESC (estimated 11-20 examples known) VG/Near Fine (£300 - £350) 2392) Halfcrown 1693 3 over inverted 3 ESC 521 Fine, Ex-London Coins Auction A128 6/3/2010 Lot 1355 (£100 - £120) 2393) Halfcrown 1693 ESC 519 VF toned (£400 - £450)

2385) Halfcrown 1690 SECVNDO ESC 513 with second L in GVLIELMVS struck over another L, the underlying L with a curved base, Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, ExCroydon Coin Auction 8/1/2008 Lot 297 (£350 - £400)

2394) Halfcrown 1696 First Bust, Large Shields Early Harp, OCTAVO edge ESC 522 VF with some heavier adjustment marks, Ex-Spink 31/3/2005 Lot 263 (£100 - £120)

2386) Halfcrown 1690 SECVNDO, Second V of GVLIELMVS struck over S, GRETIA error legend, ESC 514, Good Fine, the obverse with some thin scratches, Ex-Spink 15/7/2015 Lot 478 (£500 - £600)

2395) Halfcrown 1696 First Bust, Large Shields, Ordinary Harp, ESC 530 VG with some weakness in the centre of the reverse, Very Rare rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 410 (£100 - £120) 2396) Halfcrown 1696 First Bust, Small shields ESC 534 Good Fine, struck on a broad flan, weight 15.07 grammes, ExCroydon Coin Auction 8/9/2009 Lot 538 (£160 - £200) 2397) Halfcrown 1696 y over E (appears as inverted A) ESC 529 Fair/Poor, Very Rare, rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples believed to exist) the variety very clear, slightly better than the Colin Adams collection example, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 427 (£200 - £250)

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2398) Halfcrown 1696B First Bust, Small Shields, Ordinary Harp ESC 535 Near VF with some haymarking, Rare (£150 £200) 2399) Halfcrown 1696B First Bust, Small Shields, Ordinary Harp, also with T of ET having no top bar, variety with slightly large shields (see notes in ESC 1992 edition page 67 footnote) ESC 535A VG/Near Fine, Very Rare listed as R3 by ESC (£300 - £350) 2400) Halfcrown 1696C First Bust, Small shields, Ordinary Harp ESC 536 VG Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A142 1/9/2010 Lot 2310 (£160 - £200)

2410) Halfcrown 1697 First Bust, Large Shields ESC 541 GVF and waterworn (£200 - £250) 2411) Halfcrown 1697 First Bust, Large Shields, G over A in MAG, with stop after FRA, Bull 1041, unlisted by the ESC 1992 edition, Good Fine, toned, with some adjustment lines, ExDNW 11/2/2015 Lot 118 (£300 - £350) 2412) Halfcrown 1697 First Bust, Large Shields, inverted A for V in TVTAMEN, the error edge unlisted by ESC or Bull NVF/VF with old toning, Ex-Carlisle 30/9/2010 Lot 59 (£400 - £500)

2401) Halfcrown 1696E First Bust Small shields, Ordinary Harp ESC 537 Good Fine and toned with many adjustment marks, including across the date, the date identifiable by the OCTAVO edge, Extremely Rare, rated R4 by ESC, the first example we have offered in over 10 years, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 15/1/2014 Lot 618 (£200 - £250) 2402) Halfcrown 1696N normal N mintmark First Bust, Small shields of the slightly larger size, Ordinary Harp Fine with grey tone and surface marks ESC 538A, Extremely Rare, rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples believed to exist) ExCroydon Coin Auction 15/1/2014 Lot 618 (£160 - £200) 2403) Halfcrown 1696N small N mintmark First Bust, Small shields, Ordinary Harp, Bull 1084, VG with a scratch on the reverse, the first example of this type we have offered, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 17/10/2012 Lot 303 (part) (£110 - £140)

2413) Halfcrown 1697E First Bust, Large Shields ESC 547 VG/ NF with some weakness at the 97 of the date, Ex-Brocks, 1697y First Bust, Large Shields Nedar Fine with a slightly uneven tone ESC 551, Ex-Tennants 15/6/2005 Lot 140 (part) (£100 - £120) 2414) Halfcrown 1697N First Bust, Large Shields ESC 550 VF/ GVF the reverse with touches of gold tone and slight adjustment lines at around 6 o’clock (£750 - £850)

2404) Halfcrown 1696y First Bust, Large Shield, Early Harp ESC 528 Near Fine, Scarce, Ex-London Coins Auction A120 3/2/2008 Lot 1147 (part) (£50 - £100) 2405) Halfcrown 1696y First Bust, Small Shields, Ordinary Harp ESC 539 GF/NVF with some porosity on the obverse, ExCroydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 429 (£340 - £380) 2406) Halfcrown 1697 E over B below bust ESC 548B VG the reverse slightly better, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 435 (£200 - £250) 2407) Halfcrown 1697 E over B below bust, and TVTAMEN with inverted A for V ESC 548C, VF with a slight adjustment mark on the French shield, rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples believed to exist), an extremely rare type with plenty of provenance, Ex-Spink Auction 21 14/1/1982, Ex-Spink Numismatic Circular July 1995 Lot 4242, Ex-Colin Adams Collection Spink 1/12/2005 Lot 462, Ex-DNW 5/12/2012 Lot 485, comes with two old tickets (£1,100 - £1,400)

2415) Halfcrown 1697N First Bust, Large Shields, Arms of Scotland at date, ESC 550A Excessively Rare, rated R5 by ESC, (5-10 examples believed to exist) VG Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 437 (£700 - £800)

2416) Halfcrown 1697y different cut y ESC 552 VF with some contact marks, the reverse with an uneven tone, Ex-London Coins Auction A153 4/6/16 Lot 2932 (£150 - £200)

2408) Halfcrown 1697 First Bust Large Shields, with B over I in HIB, unrecorded by ESC or Spink, VG with uneven tone, the variety clear, Ex-London Coins Auction A150 6/9/2015 Lot 2304 (£120 - £150)

2417) Halfcrown 1698 8 over 7 NVF with some old thin scratches on the reverse, Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Bloomsbury 30/5/2007 Lot 887 (£650 - £750)

2409) Halfcrown 1697 First Bust Large Shields, with I over E in GVLIELMVS a very clear overstrike, Fine with some scratches on the reverse, unlisted, Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A153 4/6/2016 Lot 2928 (£375 - £425)

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2418) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 About EF with gold tone and some residual lustre, Ex-Tennants 13/4/2016 Lot 161 (£500 - £600)

2419) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 with die clashes REX under the G of GVLIELMVS, 8 and M under GRA, and 6 under the bust, VF or better with old tone and some light haymarks, clear and unusual. EX-Taylors 6/2/2010 Lot 2055 (£200 - £250)

2424) Halfcrown 1703 VIGO as ESC 569 the R of REG not fully formed at the top, VF with some light adjustment lines on the reverse, Ex-London Coins Auction A110 4/9/2005 Lot 1308 (part) (£400 - £500)

2425) Halfcrown 1704 Plumes ESC 570 Fine the obverse with some very light hairlines, Ex-DNW 17/12/2007 Lot 110 (£300 - £350)

2420) Halfcrown 1698 UNDECIMO ESC 555 VG the reverse better, all major details clear including on the edge, Excessive Rare and rated R5 by ESC, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is only the second example we have offered, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 15/1/5014 Lot 627 (£360 - £420) 2426) Halfcrown 1708 ESC 577 VF with some contact marks, possibly once cleaned and retoned, Ex-London Coins Auction A139 2/12/2012 Lot 1915 (£550 - £650)

2421) Halfcrown 1699 UNDECIMO, with inverted A for V in DECVS, inverted A for in TVTAMEN ESC 557 variant, the A in GRA also filled (rather than unbarred) type does not match exactly any of the Bull variations, presumably rarer than the R3 allocated to ESC 557, VG/Fine with even grey tone, Ex-Brock 20/2/2009 Lot 470 (£200 - £250) 2422) Halfcrown 1701 DECIMO TERTIO ESC 564 GVF/NEF and nicely toned, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 9/5/2006 (£400 £450)

2427) Halfcrown 1708 Plumes ESC 578 NVF/VF the obverse with an edge nick by ANNA and some flecks of haymarking, ExCroydon Coin Auction 6/1/2009 Lot 477 (£125 - £225) 2428) Halfcrown 1709 OCTAVO ESC 579 VF and nicely toned, with some scuffs on the edge by GRATIA and correspondingly between MAG and BR (£250 - £300) 2429) Halfcrown 1709E ESC 580 VG with grey tone, Rare, rated R3 by ESC (£250 - £300) 2430) Halfcrown 1710 Roses and Plumes, DECVS with inverted A for V on edge, similar to ESC 581 and Bull 1373, Fine, Ex-Tennants 5/12/2012 Lot 234 (£150 - £200)

2423) Halfcrown 1703 Plain Reverse ESC 568 VG/NVG Extremely Rare, rated R4 by ESC (11-20 examples believed to exist) one of the key date/type combinations in the entire milled Halfcrown series, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 9/5/2006 Lot 267 (£600 - £700)

2431) Halfcrown 1713 Plain in angles ESC 583 Fine, Ex-Tennants 28/2/2007 Lot 112, 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 584 Fine with some adjustment lines and haymarking, Ex-Spink 30/6/2005 Lot 189 (part) (£300 - £350) 2432) Halfcrown 1714 4 over 3 with traces of the underlying 3 to the lower right of the 4 Roses and Plumes, NVF with some adjustment lines on the obverse (£300 - £350) 2433) Halfcrown 1714 Roses and Plumes ESC 585 Good VF lightly toned with some adjustment lines on either side, Ex-DNW 21/9/2016 Lot 762 (£340 - £380) 2434) Halfcrown 1715 Roses and Plumes SECVNDO ESC 587 Near Fine/Fine (£200 - £250)

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2435) Halfcrown 1717 Roses and Plumes TIRTIO ESC 589 Fine or better with pleasing tone, the obverse with some adjustment lines, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 6/1/2008 Lot 483 (£550 £650)

2443) Halfcrown 1736 Roses and Plumes ESC 599 VF the obverse with some scratches and hairlines, Ex-Tennants 5/12/2012 Lot 237 (£220 - £260)

2436) Halfcrown 1720 20 over 17 Roses and Plumes SEXTO ESC 590 Good Fine or slightly better, the obverse with haymarks in the field, Ex-DNW 2/4/2014 Lot 422 (£800 - £1,000)

2444) Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600 NVF/VF with some surface marks and haymarking, Ex-London Coins Auction A109 5/6/2005 Lot 964 (£250 - £300) 2445) Halfcrown 1741 41 over 39 with larger obverse lettering ESC 602 Fine, Ex-Spink 30/6/2005 Lot 189 (£150 - £200) 2446) Halfcrown 1741 unaltered date ESC 601 GEF with a light gold tone, the obverse with some scattered haymarks, a superb piece with plenty of eye appeal, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, the finest we have offered of this rare type, Ex-Baldwins 4/6/2006 Lot 912 (£1,200 - £1,500)

2437) Halfcrown 1720 20 over 17 Roses and Plumes SEXTO ESC 590 Near Fine, the obverse with uneven tone, Ex-Croydon 9/5/2006 Lot 622 (£200 - £250) 2438) Halfcrown 1723 SSC ESC 592 F/GF, Ex-London Coins A113 4/6/2006 Lot 1567 (£200 - £250) 2447) Halfcrown 1743 Roses ESC 603A U for V in GEORGIUS GF/AVF with a minor flan flaw on the obverse, Ex-London Coins Auction A109 5/6/2005 Lot 964 (£160 - £200) 2448) Halfcrown 1745 5 over 3 Roses ESC 604A NEF and nicely toned, Ex-Tennants 14/6/2006 Lot 69 (£850 - £950)

2439) Halfcrown 1731 Roses and Plumes ESC 595 Fine with some minor haymarking, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 6/9/2005 Lot 434 (£300 - £350) 2440) Halfcrown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 596 Fine or better with even grey toning (£200 - £250) 2441) Halfcrown 1734 Roses and Plumes ESC 597, with T of ET overstruck the underlying figure unclear, VF with some touches of dark tone in places (£275 - £325)

2442) Halfcrown 1735 Roses and Plumes ESC 598 NVF/GF the reverse with traces of surface residue in places, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 5/1/2010 Lot 428 (£350 - £400)

2449) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605 NEF toned with some minor hairlines, Ex-Spink 3/6/2005 Lot 189 (part) (£150 - £200) 2450) Halfcrown 1745 Roses ESC 604 NEF with a small spot in the King’s hair, Ex-London Coins Auction A151 6/12/2015 Lot 2594 (£700 - £800)

2451) Halfcrown 1746 6 over 5 LIMA ESC 607 Fine/Good Fine and nicely toned with a flan flaw below the bust, Ex-Spink 31/3/2005 Lot 277 (£150 - £200)

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2452) Halfcrown 1746 6 over 5 LIMA ESC 607 GF/NVF, ExTennants 3/3/2005 Lot 119 (£100 - £150) 2453) Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609 EF/GEF with dark grey tone, a small flan flaw in the reverse field visible under magnification barely detracts, Ex-Westminster 1/5/2011 Lot 250 (£1,000 - £1,250)

2460) Halfcrown 1820 George III ESC 625 UNC with an attractive olive and gold tone, and a small tone spot in the obverse field, Ex-London Coins Auction A145 1/6/2014 Lot 1677 (£500 - £600)

2454) Halfcrown 1751 ESC 610 choice GEF with subdued original brilliance and a scarce date in high grade, Ex-London Coins Auction A110 4/9/05 Lot 849 (£2,000 - £2,500)

2461) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628 UNC and lustrous with some minor contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 6/9/2005 Lot 592 (£400 - £500)

2455) Halfcrown 1816 ESC 613 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, Ex-Heritage 6/2/2009 Lot 23623 (£300 £350)

2462) Halfcrown 1821 ESC 631 Davies 171 dies 1A NEF/EF the obverse with some contact marks, Ex-Tennants 10/4/2014 Lot 157 (part) (£200 - £250)

2456) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head D of T in DEI ESC 616A VF with gold tone, Ex-Tennants 16/4/2014 Lot 146 (part) (£200 £250)

2463) Halfcrown 1823 First reverse ESC 633 only Good/Fair but very rare in any grade, Ex-Westminster 2/9/2011 Lot 269 (£800 - £1,000)

2457) Halfcrown 1817 ESC Bull Head with S over I in PENSE Bull 292 GEF with a slightly uneven but not unattractive tone, Ex-Lockdales 14/11/15 Lot 1785 (£450 - £550)

2464) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642 NEF toned with some light contact marks, Ex-Spink 25/11/2004 Lot 127 (£200 - £250) 2465) Halfcrown 1828 ESC 648 NEF, Rare, Ex-Tennants 14/6/2006 Lot 32 (£600 - £800) 2458) Halfcrown 1817 Small Head ESC 618 EF with some contact marks, Ex-Tennants 3/3/2005 Lot 772 (part) (£200 - £250) 2459) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623 GEF and lustrous with touches of gold tone, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 17/4/2012 Lot 463 (£250 - £300)

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2466) Halfcrown 1829 ESC 649 EF and nicely toned with a small edge nick, Very Rare in this high grade, Ex-Brocks 15/12/ Lot 517 (£400 - £500)

2473) Halfcrown 1842 ESC 675 GVF/NEF toned (£200 - £250)

2467) Halfcrown 1834 WW in block ESC 660 A/UNC with some small dark toning areas, very scarce in this high grade, ExLondon Coins Auction A 6/9/2015 Lot 2366 (£1,000 - £1,200)

2474) Halfcrown 1845 as ESC 679 with the 1, 8 and 5 double struck in the date GVF/NEF and lustrous Ex-London Coins Auction A115 3/12/2006 Lot 883 (£175 - £225) 2475) Halfcrown 1846 ESC 680 VF/GVF with some contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 13/9/2011 Lot 679 (£100 - £120) 2476) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A EF the obverse with light contact marks, Very Rare in high grade, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 292 (£1,200 - £1,500)

2468) Halfcrown 1835 ESC 665 EF/GEF and attractively toned, Rare in this high grade, Ex-Spink 25/6/2014 Lot 773 (£500 - £600) 2477) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 7 unlisted by the 1992 ESC, Davies 572, Bull 2729, VG, Very Rare (£500 - £600)

2469) Halfcrown 1837 ESC 667 GVF/VF with some contact marks, Ex-Spink 27/9/2016 Lot 2264 (£450 - £550) 2470) Halfcrown 1839 Currency issue, 2 plain fillets, ww incuse, ESC 672 only Fair, but extremely rare, rated R4 by ESC, (11-20 examples thought to exist), EX-Spink 27/9/2016 Lot 2043 (£1,400 - £1,800)

2471) Halfcrown 1840 ESC 673 Bright NEF and scarce, ExLondon Coins Auction A109 5/6/2005 Lot 977 (£350 - £400)

2478) Halfcrown 1849 Large Date ESC 682 EF with some small rim nicks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 13/3/2006 Lot 409 (£400 - £500)

2479) Halfcrown 1861 Fair, one of the ‘missing’ dates in the Young Head Halfcrown series, mentioned by way of footnote in ESC by Rayner in the 1969 edition who had heard of an example sold in a “Northern” auction in Fair in 1967 for £115. Reported as unrecorded in Royal Mint striking records, more recent opinion is that these are regarded as later forgeries struck around 1887 from worn dies, as the head types are incorrect for the period (£200 - £250) 2480) Halfcrown 1876 6 over higher 6. the underlying loop broken at the top, not listed by ESC, Bull or Davies, GVF, ExLockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 185 (£140 - £160)

2472) Halfcrown 1841 ESC 674 Fair, very rare, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 14/4/2010 Lot 188 (£1,200 - £1,500)

2481) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699 NEF/EF with a light and pleasing tone, two small edge nicks and small flecks of toning barely detract, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 6/9/2005 Lot 453 (£100 - £120)

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2482) Halfcrown 1878 ESC 701 UNC with good subdued lustre, although many examples have been sold by us in EF grade, our archive database indicates we have only sold one UNC example since 2003, and none in the last 7 years, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 461 (£400 - £500)

2496) Halfcrown 1901 ESC 735 UNC and lustrous,. Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 12/4/2011 Lot 637 (£100 - £120) 2497) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747 UNC toned, ExTennants 25/10/2005 Lot 199 (part) (£125 - £150) 2498) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747 UNC, Ex-Carlisle 4/7/2003 Lot 785 (part) (£125 - £150) 2499) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750 Near Fine, Ex-Bonhams 11/6/2006 Lot 937 (£300 - £350)

2483) Halfcrown 1879 ESC 703 Davies 586 dies 4C A/UNC with a lamination flaw and some scratches in the obverse field, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 884 (£150 - £200) 2484) Halfcrown 1880 ESC 705 Davies 589 dies 5D AU/GEF the obverse with some contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction Lot 368 Lot 885 (£200 - £250) 2485) Halfcrown 1881 ESC 707 Davies 591 dies 5D A/UNC and lightly toned with two small rim nicks, Ex-Croydon 2/9/2008 Lot 557 (£200 - £350) 2486) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711 EF with small tone spots on the reverse, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 9/5/2006 Lot 633 (£150 - £200) 2487) Halfcrown 1884 ESC 712 EF/GEF and lustrous the obverse with some contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 463 (£160 - £200) 2488) Halfcrown 1885 ESC 713 EF with some light tone spots, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 889 (£200 - £250) 2489) Halfcrown 1886 ESC 715 A/UNC toned the obverse with some contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 890 (£200 - £250)

2500) Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751 NEF/EF and lustrous with a few small rim nicks, Ex-DNW 16/3/2011 Lot 364 (part) (£150 £200) 2501) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752 AU/GEF and lustrous with a few small rim nicks, Ex-DNW 16/3/2011 Lot 364 (part) (£200 £250) 2502) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758 nFDC with olive and gold toning, Ex-Tennants 3/3/205 Lot 162 (part) (£150 - £200) 2503) Halfcrown 1920 ESC 767 Davies 1672 dies 1A UNC or near so with some light contact marks (£100 - £120) 2504) Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772 UNC or near so and nicely toned, the reverse a little weakly struck, nevertheless a most attractive example of this rare date with much eye appeal, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 10/5/2005 Lot 615 (£500 - £600)

2490) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, the obverse with prooflike fields and the bust frosted, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 7/3/2013 Lot 590 (£360 - £420)

2505) Halfcrown 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 774 UNC with a light and colourful tone, the obverse with a few minor contact marks, but overall with much eye appeal and a superior example of this type, Ex-London Coins Auction A110 5/6/2005 Lot 1559 (part) (£100 - £120) 2491) Halfcrown 1894 ESC 728 Davies 665 dies 2B UNC or near so and lustrous, the obverse with some minor contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 8/9/2009 Lot 588 (£200 - £250) 2492) Halfcrown 1896 ESC 730 Davies 668 dies 2A the scarcer of the two major types, GEF, Ex-Lockdales 25/1/2015 Lot 1472 (£150 - £175)

2506) Halfcrown 1927 Second Reverse Proof ESC 776 nFDC with gold tone, Ex-KB Coins (£70 - £90) 2507) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779 EF Rare, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 15/10/2016 Lot 426 (£300 - £350)

2493) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 UNC and colourfully toned, ExCarlisle 4/7/2003 Lot 785 (part) (£100 - £120) 2494) Halfcrown 1898 ESC 732 Lustrous UNC, Ex-London Coins Auction A131 5/12/2010 Lot 1468 (£160 - £200) 2495) Halfcrown 1900 ESC 734 UNC with a colourful tone, especially so on the reverse, Ex-Carlisle 4/7/2003 Lot 785 (part) (£100 - £120)

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2508) Halfcrowns (2) 1664 Second Bust ESC 460 VG the reverse slightly better, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 9/5/2006 Lot 260, 1663 XV the V of CAROLVS with a flaw at top right, Fair with some weakness at the centre (£125 - £150) 2509) Halfcrowns (2) 1670 ESC 467 About Fine, Ex-Tennants 21/10/2004 Lot 119, 1671 Third Bust Variety ESC 468 About Fine, Ex-Tennants 8/12/2012 Lot 228 (part) (£125 - £150) 2510) Halfcrowns (2) 1671 as ESC 468 with A of MAG overstruck, possibly over an R, VG unlisted as such by ESC or Bull, 1675 ESC 477 About Fine/Fine with some scratches in the obverse field, Ex-Tennants 10/12/2014 Lot 152 (£200 - £250) 2511) Halfcrowns (2) 1672 VICESIMO QVARTO, Third Bust Variety, ESC 471 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 11/9/2012 Lot 607, 1673 VG the reverse slightly better with some thin scratches, Ex-Carlisle 26/6/2008 Lot 4 (£125 £150) 2512) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 First Shield No frosting, Pearls ESC 507 Good Fine/Fine, Ex-Carlisle 10/4/2014 Lot 109, 1689 Second Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls ESC 510 Bright Fine, Ex-Lockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 153 (£100 - £150) 2513) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, ESC 505 Fine with some scratches, Ex-Lockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 152, 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, First V of GVLIELMVS over A (or inverted V) ESC 505A, Fine with a scratch on the reverse (£200 - £250) 2514) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, First V of GVLIELMVS over A (or inverted V) ESC 503B, Fine and toned, Rare, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 4/6/2013 Lot 672, 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted. No Pearls ESC 504 Fine with 3 short scratches in the reverse field, Ex-Ex-Tennants 22/8/2012 Lot 343 (£200 - £250) 2515) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 Second Shield, no frosting, with pearls ESC 511, About Fine, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction, 11/9/2012 Lot 91, 1689 Second Shield, no frosting, no pearls, ESC 512 Fine, Ex-Tennants 9/6/2010 Lot 416 (part) (£120 - £150) 2516) Halfcrowns (2) 1696B First Bust, Large Shields Early Harp, ESC 524 Good Fine with pleasing tone, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 11/9/2012 Lot 627, 1696C First Bust, Large Shields, Early Harp, ESC 525 Near Fine/About Fine, Ex-Lockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 158 (£350 - £400) 2517) Halfcrowns (2) 1696B First Bust, Small shields ESC 535 Fair with a heavy edge knock, Ex-Tennants 3/3/2010 Lot 340 (part), 1696B ESC 535A shields slightly larger VG, Ex-Baldwins 5/11/2016 Lot 168 (£200 - £250) 2518) Halfcrowns (2) 1696C First Bust, Large Shields, Early Harp, Blundered T in OCTAVO (appears as OCVAVO) as ESC 525 VG with a die flaw on the reverse, 1696E First Bust, Large Shields, Early Harp ESC 526 VG with grey tone (£250 - £300) 2519) Halfcrowns (2) 1696C First Bust, Large Shields, Ordinary Harp, ESC 531, Very Rare rated R3 by ESC, VG with waterworn surfaces, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 28/10/2014 Lot 669, 1696E First Bust, Large Shields, Ordinary Harp ESC 532 Very Rare rated R3 by ESC only Fair with surface marks, the variety very clear, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 29/4/2014 Lot 419 (£140 - £160) 2520) Halfcrowns (2) 1697B ESC 543 Fine or slightly better with some surface marks and scratches, and some roughness to the edge behind the bust, possibly filed in this area, ExLondon Coins Auction A137 3/6/2012 Lot 1566, 1697C ESC 545 Fine with some surface marks (£300 - £350)

2521) Halfcrowns (2) 1699 UNDECIMO ESC 556 VG gilded, 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 561 GF/NVF, Ex-Spink 30/6/2015 Lot 189 (part) (£250 - £300) 2522) Halfcrowns (2) 1700 DECIMO TERTIO ESC 562 VG with some surface pits and an edge knock by MAG, Ex-Carlisle 14/52/2013 Lot 183 (part), 1701 Plumes ESC 567 VG/NF with an even grey tone, Ex-DNW 18/3/2015 Lot 50 (part) (£200 - £250) 2523) Halfcrowns (2) 1705 Plumes ESC 571 VG/Near Fine, Rare, 1706 Roses and Plumes ESC 572 VG/Fine, Ex-London Coins Auction 4/3/2006 Lot 1634 (part) (£300 - £350) 2524) Halfcrowns (2) 1707 Roses and Plumes ESC 573 Fine with a tone spot on the obverse, Ex-Brock 26/4/2006 Lot 1469, 1707 SEPTIMO ESC 574 Fine, Ex-Carlisle 11/10/2012 Lot 80 (£300 - £350) 2525) Halfcrowns (2) 1707E SEXTO ESC 573 Bright NVF, 1708E ESC 576 NF, Ex-Lockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 164 (£150 - £200) 2526) Halfcrowns (2) 1710 Roses and Plumes, DECVS with inverted A for V on edge, first N in ANNO overstruck, possibly over an O, similar to ESC 581 and Bull 1373, VG with some thin scratches on the reverse, Ex-Colin Adams collection, Spink 1/12/2005 Lot 513, 1712 Roses and Plumes ESC 582 Good Fine the obverse with some hairlines, Ex-Spink 30/6/2005 Lot 189 (part) (£300 - £400) 2527) Halfcrowns (2) 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 About EF lightly cleaned, Ex-Carlisle 22/10/2009 Lot 236, 1817 Small Head, lower loop of 8 open or not struck up, Good Fine, cleaned (£200 - £250) 2528) Halfcrowns (2) 1821 heavier garnishing on reverse ESC 631 Davies 172 dies 1B NVF Rare, 1836 6 over 5 ESC 606A GF toned, the obverse with some surface marks, Ex-Baldwins 6/2/2016 Lot 102 (part) (£150 - £200) 2529) Halfcrowns (2) 1823 ESC 634 GVF Ex-Franks 1/8/2010 Lot 297, 1824 ESC 636 NVF, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 8/3/2005 Lot 136 (£150 - £175) 2530) Halfcrowns (2) 1843 as ESC 676 with the broken R in GRATIA VG with some long thin scratches on the obverse, 1844 ESC 677 Near VF, Ex-Carlisle 19/11/2015 Lot 192 (£150 - £200) 2531) Halfcrowns (2) 1845 as ESC 679 with the 4 struck over a higher in the date NVF, Ex-Carlisle 29/3/2006 Lot 64, 1845 5 overstruck over 3? or broken 5 as ESC 679 GF/NVF, ExBucks Coins 3/3/2013 (£75 - £100) 2532) Halfcrowns (2) 1848 unaltered date ESC 681 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 11/1/2005 Lot 655, 1846 8 over 6 Bull 2725 VG, Ex-D.Craddock 8/4/2016 (£120 - £150) 2533) Halfcrowns (2) 1874 ESC 692 About EF with some small flecks of toning on the reverse, Ex-Tennants 18/3/2004 Lot 835, 1875 ESC 696 GVF with some contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/6/2008 Lot 882 (£150 - £200) 2534) Halfcrowns (2) 1903 ESC 748 Fine with an edge knock below the bust, 1904 ESC 749 Good Fine lightly toned with some edge nicks (£200 - £250) 2535) Halfcrowns (2) 1926 First Head ESC 773 UNC or near so and nicely toned, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 100 (part), 1927 First Reverse ESC 775 AU/GEF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£100 - £120) 2536) Halfcrowns (3) 1826 ESC 643 VF with some contact marks, Ex-Tennants 21/2/2004 Lot 104, 1834 WW in script ESC 662 NVF cleaned, Ex-Tennants 9/6/2010 Lot 416 (part), 1836 ESC 666 VF Ex-London Coins Auction A110 4/9/2005 Lot 1379 (part) (£200 - £250)

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2537) Halfcrown 1663 XV ESC 457 Fine or better/Fine (£400 £500)

2538) Halfcrown 1668 8 over 4 ESC 464 Fine with some thin scratches on the obverse, rare (£575 - £625)

2545) Halfcrown 1685 PRIMO ESC 493 Bold Fine with a flan flaw on the French shield (£350 - £400) 2546) Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO ESC 494 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£700 - £900)

2547) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield No frosting, Pearls ESC 507 VF (£125 - £150) 2548) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, Pearls, ESC 503 Good Fine, the obverse with a thin scratch (£200 - £250)

2539) Halfcrown 1669 9 over 4 ESC 466 Fine or slightly better, once cleaned, now retoned, with some haymarking, Rare (£200 - £300)

2549) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, Pearls, Second L of GVLIELMVS over M, GVF/VF and nicely toned, Rare (£450 - £550)

2540) Halfcrown 1670 ESC 467 NVF/VF and nicely toned (£700 - £800)

2550) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, No Pearls, ESC 509 GVF the reverse with a small adjustment mark and a striking flaw in the field (£360 - £450)

2541) Halfcrown 1676 Retrograde 1 in date ESC 478A Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25 (£200 - £250) 2542) Halfcrown 1679 ESC 481 GF with some minor haymarking and a couple of small spots on the reverse (£375 - £425)

2551) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, ESC 510 GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£700 - £900)

2543) Halfcrown 1679 TRICESIMO PRIMO ESC 481 VF (£850 £950)

2552) Halfcrown 1689 Second shield, No Frosting, Pearls ESC 511 GVF nicely toned with two edge nicks by GVLIELMVS, overall a most pleasing example with plenty of eye appeal (£600 - £700)

2544) Halfcrown 1681 ESC 486 VG/Near Fine, Rare (£100 - £150)

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2561) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 NVF with some weakness on the top shield (£160 - £200) 2562) Halfcrown 1707 Roses and Plumes ESC 573 Fine/NVF the reverse with some adjustment lines (£250 - £300) 2563) Halfcrown 1708 Plain in angles and below bust, ESC 577 EF and attractively toned, the obverse with an old scratch, comes with old Spink ticket (£500 - £600) 2553) Halfcrown 1690 TERTIO edge, No frosting, no pearls ESC 515, the scarcer of the two edge types for this date, Fine/ Good Fine with some thin hairline scratches (£125 - £150) 2554) Halfcrown 1693 ESC 519 GF/NVF (£260 - £320) 2555) Halfcrown 1697B ESC 543 Near Fine/About Fine (£125 £175) 2556) Halfcrown 1697C First Bust, Large Shields ESC 545 Good Fine or better with some heavier contact marks on the obverse (£320 - £360)

2564) Halfcrown 1708 SEPTIMO ESC 577 GVF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£600 - £700)

2557) Halfcrown 1697N NONO edge ESC 550 Fine/Good Fine with grey tone, with slightly uneven surfaces (£275 - £325)

2565) Halfcrown 1712 Roses and Plumes ESC 582 NVF and nicely toned (£200 - £300) 2566) Halfcrown 1712 Roses and Plumes ESC 582 VF with some light haymarks (£250 - £350)

2558) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 EF toned with some light haymarking and adjustment lines (£600 - £700) 2559) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£750 - £850)

2567) Halfcrown 1715 Roses and Plumes SECVNDO ESC 587 NEF/GVF nicely toned with some scattered haymarks, a most pleasing example and one of the best we have handled (£1,250 - £1,500)

2560) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 GVF and nicely toned with some minor haymarking (£225 - £275) 2568) Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600 About VF the obverse with a small spot below the King’s chin (£100 - £200) 2569) Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600 VF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£650 - £750)

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2571) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606 GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£500 - £600)

2581) Halfcrown 1817 Small Head ESC 618 VF once cleaned now retoned (£125 - £150) 2572) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606 VF once cleaned (£130 £160) 2573) Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609 NEF with a pleasing and even tone (£1,000 - £1,400)

2574) Halfcrown 1751 ESC 610 UNC and with an attractive grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£3,000 - £4,000)

2582) Halfcrown 1818 ESC 621 NEF toned (£120 - £150) 2583) Halfcrown 1818 ESC 621 LCGS 82 UNC and choice with a deep and colourful original tone, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£750 - £850)

2584) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623 GVF with a thin scratch on the obverse (£150 - £175) 2585) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623 VF/GVF (£180 - £220) 2586) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628 Bright NEF with some light contact marks (£125 - £175) 2587) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628 NEF with some contact marks (£175 - £225) 2588) Halfcrown 1820 George IV Milled edge Proof ESC 629 Lustrous UNC, lightly toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£1,600 - £2,000)

2575) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 About EF/EF (£225 £275)

2589) Halfcrown 1821 ESC 631 Davies 171 dies 1A A/UNC the obverse with some minor hairlines (£300 - £400) 2576) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 EF (£200 - £250) 2577) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 NEF starting to tone (£110 - £140) 2578) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 NEF/EF (£140 - £180) 2579) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head I over 1 in FID ESC 616 EF toned with a few light contact marks (£140 - £180) 2580) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head S over I in PENSE Bull 2092, unlisted by Davies or Spink About EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Rare (£350 - £450)

2590) Halfcrown 1821 ESC 631 Davies 171 dies 1A UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£500 - £600) 2591) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642 VF toned (£160 - £200)

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2592) Halfcrown 1826 ESC 646 GEF with a hairline scratch on the obverse (£375 - £450)

2601) Halfcrown 1840 ESC 673 GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Ex-London Coins Auction A126 6/9/2009 Lot 1181 hammer price £500 (£375 - £475) 2593) Halfcrown 1828 ESC 648 NEF once lightly cleaned, still of attractive appearance, Rare in high grade (£200 - £250) 2594) Halfcrown 1829 ESC 649 AU/UNC and lustrous, Very Rare in this high grade (£800 - £1,000)

2602) Halfcrown 1841 ESC 674 VF a good collectable example, slabbed and graded LCGS 40, Ex-London Coins Auction 1/6/2014 Lot 1694 hammer price £3400 (£2,200 - £2,800)

2595) Halfcrown 1829 ESC 649 Fine (£100 - £120) 2596) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662 EF (£200 - £250)

2603) Halfcrown 1841 ESC 674 VF or better with a couple of small weak areas (£3,500 - £4,000)

2597) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662 GEF and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£500 - £600) 2598) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script, Milled edge Proof ESC 663 FDC and deeply toned, in an LCGS holder slabbed and graded LCGS 85 desirable thus (£4,000 - £5,000) 2604) Halfcrown 1842 ESC 675 EF and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£350 - £450)

2599) Halfcrown 1836 ESC 666 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-London Coin Auction A129 8/6/2010 Lot 1460 (£750 - £850) 2600) Halfcrown 1837 ESC 667 GEF/AU and with colourful old tone over lustrous fields, some small rim nicks barely detract, Very Rare in this high grade (£400 - £600)

2605) Halfcrown 1842 ESC 675 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, very few Young head Halfcrowns of any date attain this grade, the second finest known of 12 example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,600 - £2,000)

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2606) Halfcrown 1843 Repunched R in GRATIA GEF with some hairlines and a thin scratch on the obverse, very rare in high grade (£1,700 - £2,200)

2607) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 GEF lightly toned around the rims, the reverse with some tiny rim nicks (£700 - £800)

2612) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 7 Davies 572 Fine with grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, a very rare type, only two examples of this type are recorded on the LCGS Population Report, both are in this sale, this is the only graded example (£190 - £240)

2613) Halfcrown 1849 Small Date, the 8 struck over the lower broken 8 as normally found on this type ESC 683 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Ex-London Coins Auction A147 7/12/2014 Lot 2616 hammer price £1200 (£700 £900)

2608) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 GVF/NEF with grey tone (£500 - £600)

2614) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684 NEF/EF with an edge nick (£600 - £700)

2609) Halfcrown 1845 ESC 679 GVF with some scratches in the obverse field (£340 - £380) 2610) Halfcrown 1846 ESC 680 AU/UNC with a hint of gold toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-London Coins Auction A145 1/6/2014 Lot 1700 hammer price £700 (£700 - £900)

2615) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684 NVF with an edge knock (£550 - £600) 2616) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692 EF starting to tone (£180 - £220) 2617) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692 UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Ex-London Coins Auction A126 6/9/2009 Lot 1190 (£400 - £600)

2611) Halfcrown 1846 ESC 680 UNC and lustrous, the obverse with a hint of toning around the rims, a most attractive example with considerable eye appeal, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£1,100 - £1,400)

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2618) Halfcrown 1875 ESC 696 GVF, Florin 1903 ESC 921 VF, the reverse better, Shilling 1838 ESC 1278 VF or slightly better (£100 - £150) 2619) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-London Coins Auction A138 2/9/2012 Lot 2290 hammer price £900 (£825 - £875) 2625) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711 UNC light tone over original mint bloom (£200 - £300)

2620) Halfcrown 1879 Davies 585 dies 3C EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£110 - £140) 2621) Halfcrown 1879 Obv 3 Rev E - Davies 585 a newly discovered Young Head reverse, only two examples are known to the numismatic author Peter Davies , Reverse E differs from Reverse D by having the REGINA FID closer with the Crown’s top crosses being almost identical. The Crown’s lower jewels are more ornate and the garland emblem is smaller with the thistle now touching it’s leaf. The I of FID points to a space not a bead as on Reverse D. When Obverse 3 is paired with Reverse E, both known examples have a minute circular patch of slightly raised lines below the ear lobe, VF/NVF (£700 - £800)

2626) Halfcrown 1886 ESC 715 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£250 - £300)

2622) Halfcrown 1880 Davies 589 dies 5D Large Cross, space between REGINA and FID, A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£500 - £600)

2627) Halfcrown 1886 ESC 715 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£275 - £325)

2623) Halfcrown 1881 Davies 591 dies 5D Lustrous UNC, LCGS 80 the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, indeed this shows only 48 coins in the entire Young Head series (all dates combined) graded 80 or above from over 300 submissions (£550 £650)

2628) Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head Proof Davies 641P dies 2A Toned UNC, slabbed and graded CGS 78 (£475 - £575)

2629) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£290 - £340)

2624) Halfcrown 1882 ESC 710 Lustrous UNC with touches of gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Ex-London Coins Auction A130 5/9/2010 Lot 1345 (£440 - £550)

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2630) Halfcrown 1888 ESC 721 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£275 £325)

2644) Halfcrown 1896 ESC 730 Davies 669 dies 2B UNC and choice with gold and green tone over original mint lustre (£120 - £150) 2631) Halfcrown 1889 ESC 722 Davies 646 dies 3B A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£100 - £150) 2632) Halfcrown 1889 ESC 722, Davies 643 dies 2A About UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£110 - £140) 2633) Halfcrown 1891 ESC 724 UNC with a deep and colourful olive, gold and magenta tone, magnificent eye appeal and a superb example of the type, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£160 - £200) 2634) Halfcrown 1891 ESC 724 UNC with original mint lustre and hints of golden tone, a most attractive example with considerable eye appeal (£100 - £150)

2645) Halfcrown 1896 ESC 730 Davies 669 dies 2B UNC with a hint of golden tone (£140 - £160) 2646) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 Toned UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£180 - £200) 2647) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 UNC and lustrous, lightly toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£110 - £140) 2648) Halfcrown 1898 ESC 732 Choice UNC and richly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 14 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£325 - £375)

2635) Halfcrown 1892 ESC 725 UNC and choice with green and gold tone over original mint lustre (£250 - £300) 2636) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726 Davies 660 dies 1A UNC with choice toning and underlying brilliance (£120 - £150) 2637) Halfcrown 1893 Proof ESC 727 UNC and attractively toned with some minor contact marks, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£650 - £750)

2649) Halfcrown 1899 ESC 733 UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone and a few minor contact marks (£100 - £150) 2650) Halfcrown 1900 ESC 734 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 31 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2638) Halfcrown 1895 Davies 666 UNC with an attractive and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£175 - £225) 2639) Halfcrown 1895 Davies 667 Lustrous UNC with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£175 - £225) 2640) Halfcrown 1895 ESC 729 Davies 667 dies 2B UNC and lustrous , the reverse with a hint of toning (£140 - £180) 2641) Halfcrown 1896 Davies 668 dies 2A UNC with some toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£190 - £240) 2642) Halfcrown 1896 ESC 730 Davies 668 dies 2A A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, the scarcer of the two types (£180 - £220) 2643) Halfcrown 1896 ESC 730 Davies 668 dies 2A the scarcer of the two major types, Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300)

2651) Halfcrown 1901 ESC 735 UNC, the obverse starting to tone (£110 - £140) 2652) Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746 A/UNC and nicely toned with two small scuffs to the left of the date (£100 - £120) 2653) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747 nFDC toned (£110 £140) 2654) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747 UNC toned with a couple of darker tone spots, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920 UNC toned (£150 - £200) 2655) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof, Florin 1902 Matt Proof, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof all UNC with matching tone (£225 - £275)

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2656) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748 EF starting to tone, with a few small rim nicks and a small scratch below the bust, rare in this high grade (£2,200 - £2,600)

2666) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755 UNC with a choice olive and gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest known of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, all Edward VII Halfcrowns difficult to find in these high grades (£750 - £850)

2657) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750 NVG worn on BRITT, the key date in the series (£150 - £200) 2658) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750 VG the key date in the series (£200 - £250)

2667) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758 in an NGC holder, colourfully toned and graded NGC PF66 (£450 - £550)

2659) Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751 NEF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £250) 2660) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752 UNC and lightly toned, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£550 - £650)

2668) Halfcrown 1920 ESC 767 Davies 1672 dies 1A UNC and lustrous with a thin scratch on the portrait (£100 - £120) 2669) Halfcrown 1920 ESC 767 Davies 1672 dies 1A UNC or near so and lustrous, the reverse with a couple of small spots (£100 - £120) 2661) Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753 A/UNC and lustrous, lightly toned with some small edge nicks (£600 - £800)

2670) Halfcrown 1921 ESC 768 Davies 1677 dies 3B , the second 1 of the date points to a space, NVF, Rare, slabbed and graded LCGS 35 (£180 - £220) 2671) Halfcrown 1923 ESC 770 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 27 examples thus far recoded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 £150)

2662) Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754 GEF the reverse lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£350 - £450)

2672) Halfcrown 1953 Frosted Proof CGS variety 05. Davies dies 2A (as the standard Proof dies) with the obverse and reverse design much more heavily frosted than the standard coin, most noticeable on the reverse in the crown detail, an unusual piece, nFDC retaining much original mint brilliance. We note an example slabbed and graded CGS 92 sold in our Auction A148 1/3/2015 (Lot 2694) for £421 inclusive of buyers premium (£100 - £200) 2673) Halfcrowns (2) 1703 VIGO ESC 569 Fine, nicely toned with some small flecks of haymarking and a light adjustment mark, 1714 Roses and Plumes ESC 585 Good Fine the reverse with some scratches (£225 - £275)

2663) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755 EF/GEF and lustrous (£150 £200) 2664) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755 EF/GEF and lustrous the obverse with some contact marks (£150 - £250) 2665) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755 NEF/EF with a small rim nick below the date (£100 - £150)

2674) Halfcrowns (2) 1880 ESC 705 Davies 589 dies 5D with space between REGINA and FID GVF the obverse with a few small spots, 1881 ESC 707 VF (£100 - £120) 2675) Halfcrowns 1746 LIMA ESC 606 (2) Fine and Fine/Good Fine (£120 - £150) 2676) Halfpennies (2) 1718 Peck 774 NEF with some light surface marks and an edge nick, 1752 Peck 882 GVF (£120 - £150) 2677) Halfpennies (2) 1838 Peck 1522 UNC with some attractive blue and green toning, 1859 9 over 8 Peck 1550 GEF with some light surface marks (£160 - £200)

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2678) Halfpennies (2) 1862 as Freeman 289 dies 7+G the E in PENNY as an inverted, reversed F (i.e. no top bar) About UNC and with practically full lustre and some yellow and hues of toning, we note a similar example sold in our Auction A121 which states ‘stated by the vendor to be one of only a handful known’, 1885 Freeman 354 dies 17+S EF/UNC and lustrous (£100 - £200) 2679) Halfpennies (2) 1882H Freeman 347 dies 19+S UNC or near so and lustrous with a small tone spot on the obverse rim, 1957 Calm Sea, Freeman 476 dies 3+D UNC with practically full lustre (£125 - £150) 2680) Halfpenny 1673 reads CARO.LVS as Peck 510 VG/Fine with a few edge nicks (£150 - £200) 2681) Halfpenny 1694 Peck 602 NVF the flan with some porosity (£100 - £120) 2682) Halfpenny 1718 as Peck 774, both N’s in BRITANNIA have weak and thin right legs, About VF (£120 - £150)

2690) Halfpenny 1773 Peck 904 A/UNC with a trace of lustre (£100 - £120) 2691) Halfpenny 1773 Peck 904 EF (£100 - £120) 2692) Halfpenny 1773 Peck 904 UNC and choice with considerable mint lustre, a stunning example, would make an excellent coin for the type collector, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS66 RB, this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin (£800 £1,200)

2683) Halfpenny 1731 Peck 840 EF toned, with a slightly weak strike in a couple of places (£125 - £175) 2684) Halfpenny 1731 Peck 840 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of just 2 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 984 (£750 - £850) 2693) Halfpenny 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 UNC with around 75% lustre (£110 - £140) 2694) Halfpenny 1799 Gilt Proof Peck 1233 KH16 GEF with some thin scratches on the obverse (£370 - £420)

2685) Halfpenny 1742 Peck 872 UNC toned (£200 - £300) 2686) Halfpenny 1744 Peck 874 EF with dull tone (£120 - £150) 2687) Halfpenny 1770 Peck 893 Toned UNC with a hint of lustre (£240 - £280) 2695) Halfpenny 1799 Gilt Proof Peck 1243 KH22 UNC and lustrous (£425 - £475)

2688) Halfpenny 1772 Reverse A Peck 899 UNC nicely toned with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£300 - £400) 2696) Halfpenny 1806 Bronzed Proof Peck 1363 KH36 UNC and nicely toned with minor hairlines (£220 - £280)

2689) Halfpenny 1772 Reverse A Peck 899 UNC or near so and nicely toned (£240 - £280) 2697) Halfpenny 1806 Bronzed Proof Peck 1370 KH42 UNC with minor contact marks, retaining much original tone (£220 £280)

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2709) Halfpenny 1858 8 over 6 Peck 1547 UNC and lustrous with a small spot on the D of DEI (£150 - £200) 2710) Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A Choice UNC and with very good lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the third finest known of 48 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£160 - £200)

2698) Halfpenny 1807 Peck 1378 NGC MS64 BN (£120 - £150) 2699) Halfpenny 1825 Peck 1431 NEF Rare (£100 - £150)

2711) Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A UNC with partial lustre, fields excellent, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the third finest of 47 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2700) Halfpenny 1841 DF.I for DEI as Peck 1524 practically BU and rare to see a British pre 1860 copper coin with so much lustre (£150 - £250) 2701) Halfpenny 1841 DF.I for DEI as Peck 1524 UNC and lustrous with a small spot by the trident (£100 - £150) 2702) Halfpenny 1841 DF.I for DEI as Peck 1524 UNC with around 75% lustre (£150 - £200) 2703) Halfpenny 1841 DF.I for DEI as Peck 1524 UNC with around 80% lustre and some small spots (£140 - £160) 2704) Halfpenny 1841 Peck 1524 UNC and almost fully lustrous with some spots and contact marks, the reverse with an edge nick (£100 - £150) 2705) Halfpenny 1843 Peck 1527 UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 1033 (£600 - £750)

2712) Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border, No Tie knot, O over higher O in VICTORIA, Freeman 260A dies 1*+A EF (£150 - £200) 2713) Halfpenny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 261 dies 2+B UNC with around 40% lustre and a small tone spot above Britannia (£220 - £260) 2714) Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 276 dies 6+E UNC with traces of lustre, the reverse with very minor cabinet friction, formerly in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS64 BN (£180 - £220) 2715) Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 277 dies 6+G Toned UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, then joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2706) Halfpenny 1845 Peck 1529 approaching Fine, Very Rare (£250 - £350)

2716) Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter A Freeman 290A dies 7+G (R17) VG, the variety very clear, Rare (£350 - £400)

2707) Halfpenny 1854 Peck 1542 UNC the obverse nicely tone, the reverse with attractive subdued and even lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £125)

2717) Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter C Freeman 288A dies 7+F in an NGC holder and graded VF35 BN (£1,000 - £1,200)

2708) Halfpenny 1857 Reverse A, No Dots on shield, Peck 1546 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300) 2718) Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £150)

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2719) Halfpenny 1863 Large upper section to 3 Freeman 292 dies 7+G UNC with good subdued lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£225 - £275)

2731) Halfpenny 1936 VIP Bronze Proof/Proof of record Freeman 427 dies 3+B in a PCGS holder and graded PR65 RB, Extremely Rare, rated R18 by Freeman, the only example recorded by the PCGS Population Report (£900 - £1,100)

2720) Halfpenny 1868 Bronze Proof Freeman 305 dies 7+G UNC and lustrous with a few tiny spots, retaining much original mint brilliance (£500 - £600)

2732) Maundy Fourpence 1765 ESC 1909 Excessively Rare, Near Fine/Fine, rated R5 by ESC, the first example we have offered, we note Spink lists this in Fine at £200, by comparison, auction archive results show the 1765 Threepence, of similar R5 rarity, in Good Fine/Fine (listed by Spink at £250 Fine) achieved £1400 hammer price in our December 2015 sale (£175 - £475)

2721) Halfpenny 1871 Freeman 308 dies 7+G AU/GEF with traces of lustre, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63 BN (£525 - £575)

2733) Maundy Penny 1710 ESC 2321 VF with some haymarking, Very Rare (£100 - £120) 2734) Maundy Set 1675 ESC 2371 comprising Fourpence 5 over 4 ESC 1846A NEF toned, Threepence ESC 1965 GF/NVF, Twopence ESC 217 NEF toned, and Penny ESC NEF with some haymarking (£125 - £175)

2722) Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 dies 14+N NGC MS63 BN (£100 - £120) 2723) Halfpenny 1881H Freeman 344 dies 16+Q UNC and lustrous with very minor cabinet friction, the obverse with some small tone spots (£100 - £120)

2735) Maundy Set 1679 ESC 2375 comprising Fourpence 1679 ESC 1851 NEF with some haymarking, Threepence 1679 ESC 1970 About VF with some adjustment lines on the reverse, Twopence 1679 HIB over FRA ESC NEF withy some haymarking, Penny 1679 ESC 2286 EF (£325 - £375)

2724) Halfpenny 1885 Freeman 354 dies 17+S Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250) 2725) Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 dies 17+S UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£130 - £150) 2726) Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 dies 17+S UNC and with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £120) 2727) Halfpenny 1891 Freeman 364 dies 17+S UNC with good and attractive subdued lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £125)

2736) Maundy Set 1686 ESC 2381 comprising Fourpence 1686 ESC 1860 Good Fine, Threepence 1686 ESC 1981 VF, Twopence 1686 ESC 2191 VF, and Penny 1686 ESC 2294 GVF (£250 - £300)

2728) Halfpenny 1893 Freeman 368 dies 17+S UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £125) 2729) Halfpenny 1893 Freeman 368 dies 17+S UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the third finest of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £200) 2730) Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 380 dies 1+A UNC with traces of lustre, the reverse with minor cabinet friction (£100 - £120)

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2737) Maundy Set 1686 ESC 2381 comprising Fourpence 1686 ESC 1860 NEF, Threepence 1686 ESC 1981 NVF, Twopence 1686 ESC 2191 NEF, and Penny 1686 ESC 2294 GVF/VF all with a matching colourful tone (£350 - £450)

2738) Maundy Set 1686 ESC 2381 NVF to GVF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £350) 2739) Maundy Set 1691 ESC 2385 Fourpence Fine, Threepence Fine, Twopence VF, Penny (1 over 0) VF (£280 - £320)

2745) Maundy Set 1746 ESC 2410 comprising Fourpence 1746 ESC 1906 GVF nicely toned, Threepence 1746 6 over 3 ESC 2031A EF lightly toned, Twopence 1746 ESC 2234 EF nicely toned, Penny 1746 ESC 2340 GEF and colourfully toned (£250 - £300)

2746) Maundy Set 1792 Wire Money ESC 2419 Fourpence GVF, Threepence GVF/NEF toned with minor haymarking, Twopence GEF and attractively toned, and Penny GVF nicely toned (£375 - £450)

2740) Maundy Set 1694 ESC Fourpence NVF, Threepence VF, Twopence GF, Penny GVF toned (£280 - £320)

2747) Maundy Set 1800 ESC 2421 VF to EF with matching tone (£300 - £350) 2741) Maundy Set 1708 ESC 2396 comprising Fourpence 1708 ESC 1890 VF, Threepence 1708 ESC 2011 VF with small surface marks, Twopence 1708 ESC 2217 Good Fine/ Fine and toned, and Penny 1708 ESC 2319 VF with some haymarking, Rare (£700 - £800)

2748) Maundy Set 1800 ESC 2421 VF to GEF and nicely toned (£175 - £225) 2749) Maundy Set 1817 ESC 2422 EF to GEF and nicely toned (£180 - £220) 2750) Maundy Set 1818 ESC 2423 VF to EF and nicely toned the Twopence with some thin scratches (£160 - £200) 2751) Maundy Set 1820 ESC 2424 VF to GEF the Penny with some surface marks (£200 - £250) 2752) Maundy Set 1826 ESC 2430 VF to EF (£160 - £200) 2753) Maundy Set 1838 ESC 2445 UNC or near so and attractively toned, the Twopence with very light cabinet friction (£320 - £380)

2742) Maundy Set 1727 ESC 2401 Fourpence EF, Threepence EF with some haymarking, Twopence GVF with a small edge crack, Penny EF (£250 - £350) 2743) Maundy Set 1743 ESC 2409 VF to EF the Penny with a stain on the reverse (£350 - £400) 2744) Maundy Set 1746 ESC 2410 comprising Fourpence 1746 ESC 1906 EF, Threepence 1746 6 over 3 ESC 2031A GVF the reverse with some scuffs, Twopence 1746 6 over 5, unlisted by ESC, VF with some contact marks, Penny 1746 ESC 2340 NEF (£200 - £250)

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2754) Maundy Set 1839 ESC 2448 GVF to EF in a black undated contemporary box (£400 - £500)

2757) Maundy Set 1842 ESC 2452 EF to GEF the Fourpence with tiny rim nicks, in a contemporary undated case (£600 - £700)

2755) Maundy Set 1841 ESC 2451 EF to GEF lacquered with some hairlines, comes in a contemporary undated box (£400 - £500) 2758) Maundy Set 1845 ESC 2455 EF to GEF the Twopence with a dig in the field (£150 - £200) 2759) Maundy Set 1845 ESC 2455 EF to UNC with a few flecks of toning, the Penny with some thin scratches on the obverse, in a contemporary undated case (£240 - £280)

2760) Maundy Set 1846 ESC 2456 in NGC holders Fourpence NGC MS65, Threepence NGC MS66, Twopence NGC MS64 and Penny NGC AU58 (£650 - £750)

2756) Maundy Set 1841 ESC 2451 in NGC holders Fourpence NGC AU58, Threepence NGC MS61, Twopence NGC MS61 and Penny NGC MS61 (£500 - £600)

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2761) Maundy Set 1848 ESC 2458 GVF to GEF the Threepence, Twopence and Penny with matching tone, in a contemporary round black Spink case (£1,000 - £1,200)

2763) Maundy Set 1852 ESC 2462 VF to EF with matching tone, the Twopence with some digs in the field, in a contemporary round red case (£1,000 - £1,200)

2764) Maundy Set 1853 ESC 2463 in NGC holders Fourpence NGC MS62, Threepence NGC MS65, Twopence NGC UNC Details, and Penny NGC MS64 (£700 - £800)

2762) Maundy Set 1849 ESC 2459 Bright GVF to EF (£250 - £300)

2765) Maundy Set 1861 ESC 2472 EF with uneven tone, in contemporary case, this with some damage (£160 - £200) 2766) Maundy Set 1864 ESC 2456 EF to UNC and lustrous, the Penny with some scratches on the obverse (£150 - £200)

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2767) Maundy Set 1865 ESC 2476 EF to UNC and lustrous, the Threepence with some edge nicks (£150 - £200)

2786) Maundy Set 1940 ESC 2557 GEF to UNC and lustrous (£175 - £200)

2768) Maundy Set 1866 ESC 2477 EF to UNC and lustrous (£150 - £200)

2787) Maundy Set 1952 ESC 2569 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, housed in a square maroon dated case (£100 - £175)

2769) Maundy Set 1868 ESC 2480 EF lightly cleaned and retoned, in a black undated box (£200 - £250)

2788) Maundy Set 1952 ESC 2569 GEF to UNC with a few tone spots, in a square red Maundy Money box (£100 - £175)

2770) Maundy Set 1873 ESC 2486 EF to UNC and nicely toned, in a black long dated case (£120 - £150)

2789) Maundy Set 1952 ESC 2569 GEF to UNC with matching tone, in a red undated card box (£150 - £250)

2771) Maundy Set 1878 ESC 2491 GEF to UNC with a matching deep and colourful tone, comes in a contemporary black case (£125 - £175)

2790) Maundy Set 1953 ESC 2570 UNC and lustrous the Twopence with a small tone spot in the field, Very Rare (£750 - £850)

2772) Maundy Set 1884 ESC 2498 A/UNC to UNC with a colourful and matching tone, in a contemporary undated case (£130 - £160) 2773) Maundy Set 1889 ESC 2504 EF to UNC the Penny with a gentle edge bruise (£150 - £200) 2774) Maundy Set 1891 ESC 2506 A/UNC to UNC with an attractive colourful matching tone, in a black dated case, this in excellent condition (£160 - £200) 2775) Maundy Set 1895 ESC 2510 GEF to UNC with a colourful and matching tone, the Fourpence and Twopence with tiny rim nicks (£115 - £135)

2791) Maundy Set 1965 ESC 2582 GEF to UNC in a modern red Maundy Money case, the Threepence and Penny firmly wedged in the case (£100 - £175)

2776) Maundy Set 1896 ESC 2511 NEF to EF the Fourpence, Twopence and Penny firmly wedged in the Maundy case (£100 - £175)

2792) Maundy Set 1973 ESC 2590 UNC and lustrous, the surfaces with a light deposit from vinyl storage this possibly removable with care (£100 - £120)

2777) Maundy Set 1909 ESC 2525 EF to A/UNC with matching tone, in a long black dated case (£260 - £320)

2793) Maundy Set 2006 Lustrous UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£125 - £175)

2778) Maundy Set 1911 ESC 2527 GEF to UNC and with an attractive and matching tone (£150 - £200)

2794) Maundy Set 2008 nFDC with practically full mint brilliance (£375 - £450)

2779) Maundy Set 1911 Proofs ESC 2528 in NGC holders, Fourpence PF63, Threepence PF65, Twopence PF63 and Penny PF63 (£180 - £220) 2780) Maundy Set 1932 ESC 2549 GEF to UNC with matching grey tone, the Fourpence with a few small spots, in a contemporary red square box (£150 - £200) 2781) Maundy Set 1934 ESC 2551 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, the Fourpence with a small area of very light toning behind the bust (£130 - £170) 2782) Maundy Set 1934 ESC 2551 EF to UNC the Twopence with grey tone, in an undated contemporary square box (£150 - £200)

2795) Maundy Set 2009 nFDC with practically full mint brilliance (£375 - £450)

2783) Maundy Set 1936 ESC 2553 EF and with a dark matching tone The Fourpence with a small scratch on the reverse and the Threepence with some small spots, the 1936 Maundy coins were distributed by King Edward VIII (£180 - £220) 2784) Maundy Set 1936 ESC 2553 EF to UNC, the Threepence with a small striking flaw below the bust, The Penny with a spot in BRITT, in a long red case, the sets of this year were distributed by Edward VIII (£200 - £250) 2785) Maundy Set 1938 ESC 2555 A/UNC with matching tone and lustre, the Penny wedged in the Maundy case (£100 - £175)

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2796) Maundy Set 2011 nFDC to FDC with almost full mint brilliance (£375 - £450)

2803) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 Head type, Proof with Small lettering on the reverse UNC and deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Very Rare, the joint finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,300 - £1,500)

2797) Maundy Set 2012 nFDC to FDC with almost full mint brilliance (£375 - £450)

The Frank Stephenson Collection of Pennies ( Lots 2804-2945 ) 2804) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 EF with a flan flaw on the obverse rim, Ex-Tennants 22/8/2012 Lot 129 (part) (£100 - £150) 2805) Penny 1797 10 Leaves, with strong evidence of 9 over inverted 9 in the date, VF the obverse with some spots, Ex- Carlisle 17/6/2010 Lot 60 (part) (£60 - £80) 2798) Maundy Set 2013 nFDC to FDC with almost full mint brilliance (£375 - £450)

2806) Penny 1797 11 Leaves Peck 1133 EF with traces of lustre, the reverse rim showing some excess metal cuds, ExTennants 29/4/2015 Lot 102 (part) (£200 - £250) 2807) Penny 1805 Pattern in copper (?), Reverse with no K or SOHO VG/Near Fine with some weak areas so exact attribution not possible (£50 - £100) 2808) Penny 1807 Peck 1344 UNC or near so with traces of lustre, a few small spots and a small edge nick, Ex-London Coins Auction A145 1/6/2014 Lot 1873 (£150 - £200) 2809) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 EF toned, Ex-Warwick and Warwick 13/4/2011 Lot 200 (£150 - £200)

2799) Maundy Threepence 1699 ESC 2001 EF , slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£100 - £120) 2800) One Hundred Pounds 2014 - Year of the Horse S.5180 BU (£1,100 - £1,400)

2810) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 UNC with around 20% lustre and very slight cabinet friction, the fields practically free from contact marks, Ex-Tennants 2/5/2012 Lot 45 (part) (£250 - £300) 2811) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 Good Fine for wear with surface corrosion, Rare (£75 - £125) 2812) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 VF with pitted surfaces, Rare (£300 - £500)

2801) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 Bust type ESC 969 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£170 £220) 2802) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 ESC 972 UNC and choice with touches of gold toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300)

2813) Penny 1831 .W.W Peck 1458 NEF Rare, Ex-Tennants 22/8/2012 Lot 123 (part) (£200 - £250) 2814) Penny 1831 Bronzed Proof with Reverse Inverted Peck 1457 nFDC, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 8/1/2013 Lot 180 (£550 - £650)

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2825) Penny 1849 Peck 1497 Fine, Very Rare (£200 - £250)

2815) Penny 1837 Peck 1460 AU/EF with a couple of edge nicks, Rare in high grade, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/9/2011 Lot 42 (£500 - £750) 2816) Penny 1839 Bronzed Proof Peck 1479 EF with some nicks and scuffs, Ex-DNW 5/12/2012 Lot 616 (£800 - £1,000)

2826) Penny 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 UNC with lustre (£150 - £200) 2827) Penny 1854 Plain Trident Peck 1506 UNC and attractively toned (£100 - £120) 2828) Penny 1855 Ornamental Trident Peck 1508 UNC and with some lustre and speckled toning, (£100 - £120) 2829) Penny 1855 Plain Trident Peck 1509 UNC and nicely toned, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 2/9/2008 Lot 439 (£100 - £150)

2817) Penny 1843 REG: Peck 1486 VG, Rare, Ex-Tennants 20/2/2013 Lot 52 (part) (£60 - £120) 2818) Penny 1844 Peck 1487 EF, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 3/1/2007 Lot 297 (£100 - £150)

2830) Penny 1859 Peck 1519 A/UNC and lustrous with some light handling marks (£100 - £150) 2831) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 1 dies 1+A VF/GVF, Ex-London Coins Auction A128 7/3/2010 Lot 1556 (£625 £675)

2819) Penny 1845 Peck 1489 UNC toned, with traces of lustre, the reverse with minor cabinet friction, Ex-Franks 25/1/2014 Lot 605 (£250 - £450)

2832) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6 dies 1+B, the outline of Britannia heavily die clashed and giving the impression of an extra tie ribbon on the obverse, UNC with around 75% lustre and some light contact marks, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 13/3/2007 Lot 176 (£500 - £600) 2820) Penny 1846 DEF Far Colon Peck 1490 About EF with a few small spots, Ex-Tennants 22/8/2012 Lot 123 (part) (£200 £250) 2821) Penny 1847 DEF Close Colon Peck 1492 AU/GEF with traces of lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 34 (£150 £200) 2822) Penny 1847 DEF Far Colon Peck 1493 EF with a few small spots, Ex-Tennants 14/6/2006 Lot 53, 1848 Plain 8 Peck 1496 NEF/GVF with some contact marks, Ex-Rasmussen (£120 - £150) 2823) Penny 1848 8 over 6 with I over thicker I in GRATIA, Peck 1494 GEF with some surface marks and rim nicks, Rare, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 37 (£250 - £300)

2833) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 763 Gouby dies A+b, Satin 1 VF or better with some surface marks and uneven tone, Extremely Rare, we note the Laurie Bamford example listed as GVF and harshly cleaned sold for £1058 in June 2006 (£2,750 - £3,250)

2824) Penny 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 UNC or near so with a few tiny spots, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 4/9/2007 Lot 194 (£160 - £200)

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2834) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Trial Obverse, Gouby dies A1+b, R and I of BRITT do not touch at the bases, we note there was no example in the Laurie Bamford, Alderley or James Workman collections, VG/approaching Fine and extremely rare (£2,500 - £3,000)

2842) Penny 1860 Toothed Border, as Freeman 15 dies 4+D variant with central cut fishtail to the ribbon, Gouby dies G+d, as L.Bamford 23, A/UNC with pale lustre, Ex-DNW 8/6/2016 Lot 442 (£350 - £400) 2835) Penny 1860 Beaded Border/Toothed Border mule Freeman 8 dies 1+D only Poor but very rare, listed as R18 by Freeman, Ex-Baldwins 1/2/2014 Lot 147 (£350 - £450)

2836) Penny 1860 Toothed Border A of VICTORIA an inverted V, also broken B over B in BRITT, VF/NVF the reverse with porous surfaces, unlisted by Gouby, Rare (£250 - £500)

2843) Penny 1860 Toothed Border, as Freeman 15 dies 4+D variant with central cut fishtail, with no colon dots after the D of F:D Gouby BP1860T, Satin 19, VG with some old scrapes on the portrait, Very Rare, Gouby and Satin state only 4 known examples, Ex-London Coins Auction A133 6/12/2011 Lot 676 (£500 - £600)

2844) Penny 1860 Toothed Border, Freeman dies 4+D, variant with central cut fishtail to the ribbon, as Gouby text page 33 (retouches 1, 3 and 4) Repairs to the broken A in VICTORIA, D of D:G: and G of D:G: Variant on Gouby BP1860P from the 1986 publication, GEF with traces of lustre (£100 - £150) 2845) Penny 1860 Toothed Border, N over sideways N in ONE, Gouby BP1860JA VF, Freeman dies 2+D, Satin 11, VF, Rare, Ex-D.Craddock (£200 - £250)

2837) Penny 1860 Toothed Border as Freeman 10 dies 2+D with V over low V in VICTORIA, 1 over 1 in the date and BRI of BRITT misaligned, UNC with around 75% lustre the fields with a prooflike quality (£125 - £175)

2846) Penny 1860 Toothed Border/Beaded Border mule Freeman 9 dies 2+B NVG Very Rare listed as R17 by Freeman, ExCroydon Coin Auction4/5/2010 Lot 166 (£550 - £650)

2838) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 13 dies 3+D UNC with uneven lustre (£100 - £150) 2839) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Gouby BP1860Je, as Freeman 10 dies 2+D with 6 over 6 in date, the underlying digit well to the left, and all letters of PENNY recut AU/UNC with traces of lustre (£75 - £100) 2840) Penny 1860 Toothed Border LCW below foot Freeman 14 dies 3+E NVF Rare, rated R15 by Freeman, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 12/4/2004 Lot 414 (£575 - £675)

2841) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Proof Freeman 12 dies 2+D Toned UNC, with a small dig in the obverse field, Ex-Michael Freeman, Ex-London Coins Auction A138 1/9/2012 Lot 789 (£1,400 - £1,800)

2847) Penny 1861 6 over 8 in date, Freeman 30 dies 6+D, VG with two scratches on the reverse, very rare, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 4/5/2010 Lot 185 (£550 - £650)

2848) Penny 1861 8 over 6 in date Freeman 33A only Fair, with the overdate clear, Very rare with few examples known, ExLondon Coins Auction A131 5/12/2010 Lot 1633 (£1,600 - £2,000)

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2854) Penny 1861 Freeman 24 dies 4+F, Gouby BP1861E (dies F+f) with full top leaf, Gouby states only 2 known, VG with some scratches on the reverse, Very rare, thus probably rarer than the R17 quoted by Freeman (£750 - £850)

2849) Penny 1861 8 over wiry 6, Gouby AA dies D+d, of the same style as the overdate pictures in Gouby page 41, Fair, Gouby states only one example known, this clearly a second example, Ex-Baldwins Argentum sale 2/11/2012 Lot 558 (£200 - £400)

2855) Penny 1861 Freeman 28 dies 5+G Fine/Good Fine with surface marks and green patina through having been underground, rated R18 by Freeman, we note that there was no example in the Roland Harris or Andrew Wayne collections, Ex-London Coins Auction A130 5/9/2010 Lot 1548 (£600 - £700)

2850) Penny 1861 Freeman 18 dies 2+D also with recut 8, ExJames Workman collection, Lot 18 VF (£250), we note there was no example in the either Roland Harris or Andrew Wayne collections (£300 - £400) 2856) Penny 1861 Freeman 32 dies 6+F, VG with light, even surface corrosion on the reverse, very rare (£350 - £400) 2857) Penny 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G R of REG recut UNC or near so with traces of lustre (£75 - £125) 2858) Penny 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G UNC with around 20% lustre, Ex-DNW 7/3/2006 Lot 1570 (part) (£75 - £125) 2851) Penny 1861 Freeman 20 dies 2+G VF/GVF for wear with some corrosion (£50 - £150) 2852) Penny 1861 Freeman 21 dies 3+D Fair, with pitted surfaces, extremely Rare with only a few example known , rated R18 by Freeman, Ex-London Coins Auction A143 6/12/2013 Lot 2763 (part) (£200 - £400)

2853) Penny 1861 Freeman 21 dies 3+D Poor, Extremely Rare with only a few example known , rated R18 by Freeman, Ex-M.Peake, with his ticket, £15, Ex-London Coins Auction A146 6/9/2014 Lot 2684 (£300 - £350)

2859) Penny 1861 R over B in REG, Gouby BP1861FA (dies F+g) the underlying B with a gap in its base, Fair, Very rare, Gouby states only 2 recorded examples, Ex-D.Craddock 6/8/2015 (£475 - £575)

2860) Penny 1861 Satin 28, Gouby BP 1861G as Freeman dies 4+D with central cut fishtail, this obverse rarely found on the 1861 coins, Satin census report states only three examples recorded up to 2001, now believed to be around six known, VG or better once cleaned, now retoned, Very Rare, Ex-Spink 23/9/16, we note that the example in the Laurie Bamford collection June 2006 was listed as Fine and realised £350 hammer price (£200 - £400)

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2861) Penny 1862 8 over 6 in date Freeman 39A dies 6+G, Near Fine, Satin (2003) estimates 7 examples known, Extremely Rare, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 52, Ex-London Coins Auction A146 6/9/2014 Lot 2690 (£1,600 - £2,000)

2868) Penny 1863 Open 3 in date, Gouby BP1863B VG/Near Fine, Rare, Ex-Tennants 9/6/2010 Lot 357 (part) (£300 - £350)

2862) Penny 1862 as Freeman 39 dies 6+G, top colon dot after D: of F:D: elongated, UNC with practically full lustre, the reverse with some spots, Ex-Carlisle 9/3/2006 Lot 254 (£100 - £120)

2869) Penny 1865 5 over 3 Freeman 51 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1865Bc Toned UNC with a some minor surface marks on prooflike fields, a most attractive example, Ex-London Coins Auction A132 6/3/2011 Lot 1147 (£750 - £1,000)

2863) Penny 1862 Freeman 38 dies 2+G, rated R18 by Freeman, Fine or better, once cleaned, now retoning, Ex-London Coins Auction A135 4/12/2011 Lot 1867 (£950 - £1,250)

2870) Penny 1866 the 8 struck over a 6, traces of the overstrike in the outside left of the 8, Fair, Ex-London Coins Auction A156 4/12/2016 Lot 1197 (£25 - £75)

2864) Penny 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G with faint extra helmet plume from middle of helmet Lustrous UNC with around 80% lustre (£100 - £200)

2871) Penny 1867 Freeman 53 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1867Ab 11 teeth date spacing, About UNC with traces of lustre and a few surface nicks, Ex-Cheshire Collection, Ex-London Coins Auction A120 2/3/2008 Lot 1192 (£350 - £450)

2865) Penny 1862 Small Date Figures from the Halfpenny die Freeman 41 dies 6+G. Rated R18 by Freeman, VG with all major details clear (£900 - £1,200)

2872) Penny 1868 Freeman 56 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1868Ab 11 1/2 teeth date spacing sharp UNC with dark tone and some traces of lustre on the reverse, Ex-London Coins Auction 27/11/2005 Lot 1183 (£400 - £500) 2866) Penny 1863 3 over 1 Gouby BP1863Aa dies J+g with the top of the underlying 1 showing clearly at the top right of the 3, formerly in an LCGS holder graded Fine 35 at the time the only example recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-London Coins Auction A137 3/6/2012 Lot 481 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2873) Penny 1868 Proof in Cupro-Nickel Freeman 57 dies 6+G GVF with a rim flaw below the bust, Very Rare, Ex-DNW 9/12/2010 Lot 705 (£700 - £800)

2867) Penny 1863 Die Number 4, Freeman 47 dies 6+G VG with all major details clear, only the fourth, and thus far the finest example we have offered, Ex-Tennants 9/6/2010 Lot 461 (£1,750 - £2,000)

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2874) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G VF/NVF with some light pitting (£250 - £300) 2875) Penny 1870 Freeman 60 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1870Ab 11 1/2 teeth date spacing with the 0 tilted forwards EF with some light contact marks (£75 - £125)

2887) Penny 1875 Freeman 79 dies 8+G GEF with traces of lustre, very hard to find in high grades and somewhat under-rated by Freeman at R13, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 17/11/1998 Lot 186, hammer price £150, Ex-London Coins Auction A152 6/3/2016 Lot 2426 (£375 - £450)

2876) Penny 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1871Aa 11 1/2 teeth date spacing, GEF with a slightly uneven tone, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 9/5/2006 Lot 524 (£300 - £400) 2877) Penny 1873 Freeman 64 dies 6+G, 11 1/2 teeth date spacing Gouby BP1873Ad UNC with good lustre, Ex-Carlisle 9/3/2006 Lot 254 (part) (£225 - £275) 2878) Penny 1874 Freeman 65 dies 6+G UNC and lustrous, the reverse a little streaky, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part) (£200 - £250)

2888) Penny 1875 Freeman 80 dies 8+H UNC with practically full lustre, Ex-Carlisle 9/3/2006 Lot 252 (part) (£200 - £250) 2889) Penny 1875 Freeman 82 dies 8+J Lustrous UNC with minor cabinet friction to the obverse, Ex-London Coins Auction A111 27/11/2005 Lot 1190 (£150 - £200) 2890) Penny 1876H Wide Date Freeman 87 dies 8+J UNC or near so with traces of lustre, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 11/1/2011 Lot 285 (£250 - £300)

2879) Penny 1874 Freeman 67 dies 6+H VF with some contact marks, Ex-D.Craddock (£50 - £100) 2880) Penny 1874 Freeman 72 dies 7+H UNC/AU with around 20% lustre, Ex-Lockdales 23/3/2013 Lot 1522 (£120 - £150) 2881) Penny 1874 Freeman 77 dies 8+G, NVF, Ex-Spink 23/9/2015 Lot 574 (part) (£100 - £200) 2882) Penny 1874 Freeman 78 dies 8+H NEF, the reverse with a slightly uneven tone, Ex-Spink 23/9/2015 Lot 574 (part) (£200 - £250)

2891) Penny 1879 Freeman 96 dies 8+J NEF with some light and some light scuffs, scarce (£150 - £200) 2892) Penny 1880 Freeman 101 dies 9+L UNC with around 75% lustre, Ex-Tennants 28/4/2009 Lot 52 (£300 - £350) 2893) Penny 1880 Freeman 99 dies 9+J UNC/GEF with around 80% lustre and a small edge nick, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 7/9/2010 Lot 528 (£250 - £300) 2894) Penny 1881 Freeman 102 dies 9+J UNC with around 70% lustre, Ex-Carlisle 9/3/2006 Lot 252 (£400 - £500)

2883) Penny 1874H Freeman 68 dies 6+H EF and lustrous, rare, especially in this high grade, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 21/11/2000 hammer price £175, Ex-London Coins Auction A152 6/3/16 Lot 2420 (£400 - £500)

2895) Penny 1881 Freeman 105 dies 10+J UNC with around 50% lustre, the obverse with a light handling mark (£300 - £500)

2884) Penny 1874H Freeman 69 dies 6+I NVF darkly toned with some spots and edge nicks, by some way the best example we have handled, this variety normally found Fine or lower, Very Rare, rated at R16 by Freeman, Ex-D.Craddock (£400 - £500) 2885) Penny 1874H Freeman 76 dies 7+I only Fair but very Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A130 5/9/2010 Lot 1893, we note that there was no example in the Roland Harris or Andrew Wayne collections (£200 - £300)

2896) Penny 1882 Freeman 112 dies 11+N (No H below date) only Good/Fair, all the key identifiers clear, Extremely rare with Freeman rating this coin at R17, Ex-London Coins Auction 6/6/2015 Lot 2465 (£2,750 - £3,250)

2886) Penny 1874H Freeman 76 dies 7+I rated R17 by Freeman, seldom seen in any grade, NF/VG with all major details clear, Ex-London Coins Auction A130 5/9/2010 Lot 1894, we note that there was no example in the Roland Harris or Andrew Wayne collections (£400 - £500)

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2897) Penny 1882H Freeman 115 dies 12+N with unbarred H UNC with some light contact marks, the obverse almost fully lustrous (£220 - £260) 2898) Penny 1889 14 Leaves Freeman 128 dies 13+N, 14 1/2 teeth date spacing Gouby BP1889Ca (dies S+r) UNC and with around 70% lustre, the reverse with prooflike fields, Ex-DNW 8/6/2016 Lot 458 (£200 - £250) 2899) Penny 1893 3 over2 Gouby BP1893B UNC and highly lustrous with a few small spots and the merest hint of cabinet friction (£400 - £500)

(part), 1919KN Freeman 187 dies 2+B NVF/VF with narrow rim (filed?) and under 30mm diameter (£120 - £150) 2911) Penny 1919H Freeman 186 dies 2+B EF/GEF with a weak strike on the obverse as often (£200 - £250) 2912) Penny 1932 Freeman 207 dies 5+C UNC with around 75% lustre (£50 - £100) 2913) Pennies (2) 1806 Peck 1342 Incuse Curl EF with slightly uneven tone, Ex-J.Jerrams, 1806 Peck 1343 No Incuse Curl UNC with around 50% lustre and a few small spots, Ex-Carlisle 7/12/2006 Lot 40 (part) (£150 - £200) 2914) Pennies (2) 1826 Reverse C Thick Raised Line on saltire Peck 1427 UNC with traces of lustre and minor cabinet friction 1826 Reverse B Thin Raised Line on saltire Peck 1425 GEF the reverse with two scratches, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 8/1/2013 Lot 693 (£400 - £500)

2900) Penny 1895 Freeman 139 Dies 1+A Trident 2 mm from the P of PENNY GEF the obverse with a trace of lustre (£450 - £550) 2901) Penny 1897 Dot between O and N of PENNY Gouby BP1897B A/UNC, usually only found in low grade, extremely rare in all grades above Fine, Ex-Franks 12/10/2014 Lot 518 (£500 - £600)

2915) Pennies (2) 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 UNC/EF with traces of lustre, 1846 DEF Close Colon VF with some uneven tone and uneven surface (£100 - £150) 2916) Pennies (2) 1851 DEF Far Colon Peck 1498 GVF the obverse with some surface porosity, Ex-Carlisle 25/5/2005 Lot 14 (part), 1851 DEF Close Colon Peck 1499 EF/NEF with traces of lustre, Ex-Carlisle 29/11/2007 Lot 140 (£100 - £150) 2917) Pennies (2) 1856 Plain Trident Peck 1510 NVF with edge bumps and verdigris spots, Very Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 2/9/2007 Lot 1889, 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 VG Rare (£250 - £300) 2918) Pennies (2) 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G UNC with around 25% lustre, 1861 Freeman 29 dies 6+D EF with lustre (£140 - £180)

2902) Penny 1897 High Tide Freeman 148 dies 1+C, Gouby BP1897C Ex-Carlisle 16/1/2008 Lot 162 (part) EF with a metal flaw above Britannia, Rare (£300 - £400) 2903) Penny 1898 Wider date spacing of 11 teeth, with the central bisect lines of the second 8 in line Gouby BP1898B, A/UNC with traces of lustre, Ex-D.Craddock, Very rare (£225 - £275) 2904) Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC with around 70% lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/6/2006 Lot 100 (part) (£150 - £200) 2905) Penny 1903 Open 3 Freeman 158A dies 1+B only VG but the variety very clear, Ex-D.Craddock (£50 - £75)

2919) Pennies (2) 1863 as Freeman 42 dies 6+G the sea does not cross the linear circle on the right A/UNC and lustrous with a spot on the obverse, along with a normal 1863 coin GF with some corrosion for comparison (£100 - £150) 2920) Pennies (2) 1863 Open 3 in date, Gouby BP1863Aa dies J+g Poor, 1863 with a ticket from the vendor stating ‘Die 4?’ Fair with some corrosion including in the key area (£25 - £50) 2921) Pennies (2) 1865 Freeman 50 dies 6+G A/UNC with traces of lustre, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 9/1/2007 Lot 47, 1866 Freeman 52 dies 6+G GEF with traces of lustre, the obverse with a spot on the portrait, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 13/3/2007 Lot 181 (£200 - £250)

2907) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC with around 40% lustre, (£100 - £120)

2922) Pennies (2) 1872 Freeman 62 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1872Aa 10 1/2 teeth date spacing, EF the obverse with a few small spots, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1874H Freeman 66 dies 6+G GEF with dark tone and some light surface dirt this possibly removable, Ex-London Coins A111 27/11/2005 Lot 1186 (£100 - £120)

2908) Penny 1913 Freeman 175 dies 1+B A/UNC with traces of lustre, Very Rare, only the second example we have offered in 14 years, Ex-Spink 23/9/2015 Lot 607 (part) (£150 - £200)

2923) Pennies (2) 1874 Freeman 70 dies 7+G A/UNC and with traces of lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1874H Freeman 71 dies 7+G EF (£100 - £150)

2909) Penny 1913 Freeman 176 dies 2+A A/UNC with traces of lustre, Rare, Ex-Spink 23/9/2015 Lot 607 (part) (£120 £150)

2924) Pennies (2) 1874H Freeman 73 dies 7+H EF with traces of lustre, 1874H Freeman 71 VF with mottled tone (£50 - £100)

2906) Penny 1911 Hollow Neck, I of BRITT points to a rim tooth, unlisted by Freeman, Gouby BP1911 B (dies X+a) Fine (£200 - £250)

2910) Penny 1918H Freeman 183 dies 2+B GVF the reverse with some thin scratches, Ex-Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100

2925) Pennies (2) 1875H Freeman 85 dies 8+J Good Fine, Penny 1880 8 over 8 to left Gouby BP1880Af an attempt has been made to repair the second 8 in the date. The preliminary test strike was inaccurate and shows to the left of the second 8

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with a small piece of that test strike also visible in the bottom centre of the lower original 8, only Fair, very few examples recorded (£80 - £100) 2926) Pennies (2) 1876H Narrow date Freeman 89 dies 8+K GEF with traces of lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1877 Freeman 91 dies 8+J A/UNC with traces of lustre (£150 - £200) 2927) Pennies (2) 1878 Freeman 94 dies 8+J GEF, 1878 as Freeman 94 dies 8+J with a milled edge, presumably added unofficially after minting, Fair (£75 - £125) 2928) Pennies (2) 1879 Freeman 98 dies 9+K VG Rare, Ex-D. Craddock, 1879 Freeman 97 dies 9+J EF with traces of lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part) (£125 - £150) 2929) Pennies (2) 1881H Freeman 108 dies 11+M A/UNC toned with some contact marks, 1881 Freeman 106 dies 11+J About VF/VF (£130 - £160) 2930) Pennies (2) 1882H Freeman 111 dies 11+M VF once cleaned now retoned, Ex-Laurie Bamford £30, Ex-London Coins Auction 6/9/2014 Lot 2722, 1882H 2 over 1 Freeman 111 dies 11+M Ex-Robert Gray Thompson, Ex-DNW 17/3/2010 Lot 225 (part) (£50 - £100) 2931) Pennies (2) 1882H Freeman 114 dies 12+M EF with a few small scuffs, 1882H 2 over 1 Gouby BP1882Ka dies P+p the overdate very clear Fine/Good Fine (£50 - £100) 2932) Pennies (2) 1883 Freeman 118 dies 12+N UNC with traces of lustre and a small spot on the wreath, the reverse with minor cabinet friction, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 6/9/2006 Lot 525, 1883 Freeman 116 dies 11+N VF/GVF (£75 - £100) 2933) Pennies (2) 1884 Freeman 119 dies 12+N About UNC with around 75% lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1885 Freeman 121 dies 12+N, UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part) (£200 - £250) 2934) Pennies (2) 1886 Freeman 123 dies 12+N UNC with around 50% lustre, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 111(part), 1887 Freeman 125 UNC with around 70% lustre and a few small areas of tone, Ex-Bonhams11/7/2006 Lot 732 (part) (£200 - £250) 2935) Pennies (2) 1888 Freeman 126 dies 12+N broken serifs to second I in VICTORIA, UNC with around 60% lustre, the obverse with a dark toned area of F:D:, Ex-London Coins Auction A111 27/11/2005 Lot 1200, 1888 Freeman 126 dies 12+N full serifs to second I in VICTORIA VF (£60 - £80) 2936) Pennies (2) 1889 15 Leaves Freeman 127 dies 12+N UNC with traces of lustre, 1889 14 Leaves Freeman 128 dies 13+N with 15 teeth date spacing, this spacing not listed, but referred to as ‘more than likely to exist’ by Gouby (page 85) VF with a minor scuff on the obverse (£50 - £75) 2937) Pennies (2) 1890 Freeman 130 dies 12+N, Gouby BP1890Ac 15 teeth date spacing, UNC with lustre, ExLondon Coins Auction A111 27/11/2005 Lot 1202, 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N, Gouby BP1891Aa 14 3/4 teeth date spacing Lustrous UNC with two small spots by the date, Ex-Franks 6/8/2005 Lot 618 (£80 - £120) 2938) Pennies (2) 1904 Freeman 159 dies 1+B UNC with around 60% lustre with a small flaw behind the head, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1908 Freeman 166 dies 2+D UNC with around 70% lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part) (£75 - £100)

2939) Pennies (2) 1918KN Freeman 184 dies 2+B VF, ExTennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part), 1919 KN Freeman 187 dies 2+B VF/GVF with a few obverse surface marks, Ex-Tennants 4/5/2011 Lot 111 (part) (£300 - £350) 2940) Pennies (3) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 7 dies 1+C, VG, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 16 dies 5+D NVF, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 12/4/2011 Lot 410 (part), 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 17 dies 6+D NVF/Fine, Ex-D. Craddock 21/3/2007 (£180 - £220) 2941) Pennies (3) 1861 Freeman 25 dies 4+G Near Fine, 1864 Plain 4 Freeman 49 dies 6+G About Fine, 1864 Crosslet 4 Fine or better the reverse with light corrosion (£40 - £60) 2942) Pennies (3) 1889 Close Date with date spacing of 13 1/2 teeth Gouby BP1889B, the 9 of narrower style, VG or slightly better, only the second example we have offered, Ex-Robert Gray Thompson, Ex-DNW 17/3/2010 Lot 458 (part) , 1889 Wide date spanning 16 rim teeth with the 9 higher in the date Gouby BP1889Cd VG the variety very clear, Ex-Robert Gray Thompson, Ex-DNW 17/3/2010 Lot 458 (part), 1890 Hooked N in ONE, Fine/Good Fine, Ex-DNW 17/3/2010 Lot 458 (part) (£60 - £100) 2943) Pennies (3) 1892 Freeman 132 dies 12+N EF with traces of lustre, Ex-Bonhams 11/7/2006 Lot 737 (part), 1893 Freeman 136 dies 12+N Gouby BP1893Ad 14 1/2 teeth date spacing, UNC and lustrous, slightly streaky, the reverse with prooflike fields, Ex-Baldwins 16/11/2015 Lot 186, 1894 Freeman 138 dies 12+N UNC/AU with traces of lustre, Ex-Tennants 11/10/2006 Lot 100 (part) (£200 - £250) 2944) Pennies (3) 1937 Freeman dies 2+B Proof or Prooflike, Unlisted as a proof striking by Freeman UNC, 1945 doubled 9 NVF, 1945 with doubled 945 AUNC/EF (£40 - £80) 2945) Pennies 1861 (2) Missing top leaf, Gouby BP1861EA (dies F+f) as Freeman 22 dies 4+D variant, NEF, 1861 Freeman 22 dies 4+D with doubled 8 in date EF with traces of lustre, the reverse with a small spot in the field, Ex-Carlisle 28/2/2008 Lot 234 (part) (£150 - £200)

End of Penny Collection 2946) Pennies (2) 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G UNC with traces of lustre, 1907 Freeman 1693 dies 1+C UNC with practically full lustre and a few small tone spots (£100 - £150) 2947) Pennies (2) 1883 Freeman 118 dies 12+N EF, Ex-Sheffield Coin Auction 12/3/1992, 1884 Freeman 119 dies 12+N A/ UNC toned, Ex-Sheffield Coin Auction 12/3/1987 (£125 £175) 2948) Pennies (2) 1916 Recessed Ear as Freeman 180 dies 2+B UNC with around 75% lustre, 1915 Recessed Ear as Freeman 179 dies 2+B GVF (£120 - £150) 2949) Pennies (2) 1917 Freeman 181 dies 2+B UNC with practically full lustre, 1926 First Head Freeman 193 dies 3+B UNC with around 75% lustre, a couple of small tone spots barely detract (£130 - £160) 2950) Pennies 1916 (2) Freeman 180 dies 2+B one the recessed ear type with the (usual) broken border tooth above the colon stop after BRITT, A/UNC and toned, slightly streaky, the other the standard type with normal border teeth (£120 - £150)

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2951) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 GEF and attractively toned (£200 - £250)

2960) Penny 1831 .W.W Peck 1458 GVF and nicely toned (£170 - £220) 2961) Penny 1831 Peck 1455 EF toned with a couple of tiny spots (£150 - £200) 2962) Penny 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 GEF and lustrous, comes with old collector’s ticket (£170 - £220) 2963) Penny 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 NGC MS63 BN (£170 - £220)

2952) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 GEF with a few tone spots and an edge nick by REX (£200 - £250)

2964) Penny 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 UNC and lustrous, in an old-style green label PCGS holder and graded MS64RD (£400 - £500)

2953) Penny 1797 Pattern in copper Peck 1083 KP2 Early Soho, Obverse Small letters, Reverse Helmeted Britannia on globe, Small letters, VF with some surface marks, Rare, the first we have offered of this type (£200 - £250) 2954) Penny 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 A/UNC nicely toned with some small tone spots (£110 - £140) 2955) Penny 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 LCGS 82 UNC and with a choice and colourful underlying tone (£250 - £300)

2965) Penny 1841 REG: Peck 1480 GEF/EF with traces of lustre, the reverse with signs of die rust, Very Rare, especially in high grade (£400 - £500) 2966) Penny 1847 DEF Close Colon Peck 1492 GEF nicely toned with a thin scratch on the obverse (£170 - £220) 2967) Penny 1848 Plain 8 in date 1496 UNC with around 25% lustre, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 RB (£250 - £350)

2956) Penny 1806 Restrike Copper Proof Peck 1349, the reverse with K and SOHO removed from the die UNC with traces of lustre the obverse with some small rim nicks (£300 - £400)

2968) Penny 1851 DEF Far Colon Peck 1498 UNC and nicely toned with small rim nicks (£260 - £320)

2957) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 GEF/AU toned, the obverse with a light toning line and some small rim nicks by the date (£150 - £200) 2958) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 UNC/AU and lustrous, the obverse with some small spots (£250 - £300)

2959) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 EF with glossy fields and traces of lustre, the reverse with a striking flaw by IV (£160 - £200)

2969) Penny 1853 Plain Trident, Italic 5 Peck 1504 UNC or near so with traces of lustre, the reverse with a few contact marks on and to the left of the shield, overall a very pleasing example of this rare variety, and keenly sought after (£250 - £300) 2970) Penny 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 Fine, the reverse slightly better (£150 - £175) 2971) Penny 1858 Small Date, W.W. on truncation Peck 1517 UNC with around 50% lustre (£240 - £320)

2972) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 8B, dies 1*+B Approaching Fine with all major details clear, Very Rare, rated R18 by Freeman (£250 - £500)

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2973) Penny 1860 Freeman 15 dies 4+D UNC with an attractive blue/green tone, comes with old collector’s ticket with Spink 1895 on the back (£200 - £250)

2974) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 dies 2+D UNC/ ABU the obverse with a minor hairline otherwise full original lustre, the reverse prooflike, currency Pennies with this amount of lustre seldom seen of any date and highly sought after, comes in an old Baldwins Envelope with the Duncannon Street Address. Cataloguers note: the envelope dates from 1920 or earlier as this is when Baldwins moved to Adelphi Terrace (£200 - £250) 2975) Penny 1861 Freeman 22 dies 4+D UNC with full original lustre, some minor contact marks barely detract, comes in an old Baldwins Envelope with the Duncannon Street Address. Cataloguers note: the envelope dates from 1920 or earlier as this is when Baldwins moved to Adelphi Terrace (£150 - £250)

2980) Penny 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G NGC MS62 BN (£110 - £140) 2981) Penny 1862 Small Date from Halfpenny die Freeman 41 dies 6+G, Fine and superior to most examples seen of this type, Very rare with all major details very clear, the finest we have handled, and possibly one of the finest known examples, Ex-Michael Freeman (£1,500 - £2,000)

2982) Penny 1863 Open 3 in date unlisted by Freeman, Gouby 1863B, Satin 46, the variety confirmed by the 3 having a curved downward diagonal stroke, VG Rare (£200 - £250) 2983) Penny 1865 Freeman 50 dies 6+G Toned UNC the obverse with a hint of lustre, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63 BN (£225 - £350)

2976) Penny 1861 Freeman 23 dies 4+D struck on a heavy flan weighing 11.05 grammes, thickness 2mm, UNC toned with a small flan flaw on the reverse below the L.C.W, Very Rare, rated R18 by Freeman (£2,200 - £2,800) 2984) Penny 1868 Freeman 56 dies 6+G UNC with around 15% lustre, the reverse with minor cabinet friction, Rare in this grade (£500 - £750)

2977) Penny 1861 Freeman 26 dies 5+D toned UNC with a few small spots, comes with an old collector’s ticket with Spink 1895 on the back (£170 - £220) 2978) Penny 1861 Freeman 29 dies 6+D UNC with very minor cabinet friction, the coin exceptional and virtually free from any contact marks, comes in an old Baldwins Envelope with the Duncannon Street Address. Cataloguers note: the envelope dates from 1920 or earlier as this is when Baldwins moved to Adelphi Terrace (£150 - £250)

2985) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G Nearer VF than Fine, with some residual dirt in the reverse rim (£250 - £450) 2986) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G NEF with traces of lustre and with some small rim nicks, Very rare in high grades, purchased by the vendor in August 1983 (£900 - £1,200)

2979) Penny 1862 8 of the date is overstruck, apparently over a 6, but of a different style to the previously published overstrikes, the underlying tail of the 6 being to the outside of the right loop of the 8, Good Fine/Fine for wear with some unevenness to the surfaces, presumably very rare (£300 - £600)

2987) Penny 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1871Ad, 12 1/2 teeth date spacing UNC with good subdued lustre, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 RB, very rare in this high grade (£1,100 - £1,400)

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3000) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC or near so and lustrous with a flan flaw on the obverse (£125 - £150) 3001) Penny 1918 KN Freeman 184 dies 2+B GEF/Unc with lustre (£300 - £500)

2988) Penny 1873 Freeman 64 dies 6+G NGC MS63 BN (£140 - £180) 2989) Penny 1876H Freeman 87 dies 8+J UNC with practically full lustre, the reverse with a stain by the date (£125 - £175) 2990) Penny 1877 Freeman 91 dies 8+J NGC MS63 BN (£140 £180)

3002) Penny 1918H Freeman 183 dies 2+B NEF with traces of lustre, the reverse slightly streaky (£115 - £145)

2991) Penny 1877 Freeman 91 dies 8+J NGC MS64 RB (£150 £200)

3003) Penny 1921 Freeman 191 dies 3+B UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 13 example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£100 - £120)

2992) Penny 1880 8 over 8 Gouby BP1880Af an attempt has been made to repair the second 8. The preliminary test strike was inaccurate with the bottom of an 8 showing to the left of an original 8. A small part of that test strike also shows in the bottom centre of the original 8, NVF only the fourth example we have handled and by far the finest, the previously finest being About Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket showing F99 dating from before the discovery of the variety (£100 - £150) 2993) Penny 1880 Freeman 101 dies 9+L NGC MS63 BN (£180 - £220) 2994) Penny 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B NVF Rare (£300 £350) 2995) Penny 1894 Freeman 138 dies 12+N NGC MS64 BN (£120 - £150)

3004) Quarter Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Peck 1616 minor spot by IA of VICTORIA, otherwise nFDC and attractively toned, Very Rare, Ex-C.R.Tyler Collection, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£300 - £400)

3005) Quarter Farthing 1868 Cupro-Nickel Proof Peck 1615 nFDC with some spots retaining much original mint brilliance, Very Rare, in our experience much rarer than the Bronze Proof of this date, indeed our archive database shows that since 2003 this is only the second example we have offered, ExFarthing Specialist (£300 - £500)

2996) Penny 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident Freeman 139 dies 1+A UNC with good lustre and some light contact marks, Very Rare in this high grade (£1,100 - £1,300) 3006) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 VF (£225 - £275) 3007) Shilling 1663 First Bust ESC 1022 VF with even grey toning (£180 - £250) 3008) Shilling 1663 First Bust Variety ESC 1025 Fine with patchy tone (£225 - £250)

2997) Penny 1908 Freeman 164A dies 1*+C VG Very Rare (£100 - £200)

3009) Shilling 1675 5 over 3 ESC 1043A Fine with some old scratches, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC (£400 - £500)

2998) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A NGC MS64 BN (£120 - £150) 2999) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£200 - £230) 3010) Shilling 1676 ESC 1047 Fine/Good Fine (£220 - £260) 3011) Shilling 1678 ESC 1052 Fine/Good Fine, Very Rare, our archive database indicates this is only the fourth example we have offered, and also the highest grade, many of the Charles II Shilling series deceptively rare, many dates such as this one are seldom seen (£250 - £350)

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3019) Shilling 1693 ESC 1076 About Fine (£100 - £120) 3020) Shilling 1697 GVLELMVS error ESC 1093 VG/approaching Fine, a very clear and even example with no problems, an excessively rare variety, rated R5 by ESC, our archive database shows that this the first we have offered in 14 years (£350 - £450) 3012) Shilling 1679 Plumes both sides ESC 1056 Good Fine/ Fine or better, Extremely Rare, rated R3 by ESC (£1,100 £1,400)

3021) Shilling 1699 Roses ESC 1120 Near Fine/Fine Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC (£300 - £400)

\ 3013) Shilling 1684 ESC 1066 GVF and with an attractive grey tone, Very Rare, the finest example we have offered of this scarce date (£1,400 - £1,800)

3022) Shilling 1700 oval 00 in date ESC 1121 EF with gold tone, the obverse with some contact marks (£350 - £400)

3014) Shilling 1684 Fourth Bust ESC 1066 VF with grey tone and pleasing, the obverse evenly struck, the reverse with the 16 of the date slightly weak, these later dates in the Charles II Shilling series very hard to find in all grades above Fine (£900 - £1,200) 3023) Shilling 1700 oval 00 in date ESC 1121 UNC with minor cabinet friction, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£350 - £450)

3015) Shilling 1686 ESC 1070 VF with some haymarking, the reverse with a slightly uneven tone (£500 - £600) 3024) Shilling 1705 Plain in angles ESC 1134 Near Fine once cleaned now retoned, Very Rare (£200 - £250)

3016) Shilling 1692 A over T in GRATIA as Bull 866 with minor traces of an overstrike also on the T (over a thin I) unlisted by the 1992 ESC, VG/NF Rare (£150 - £200) 3017) Shilling 1693 9 over 0 ESC 1076A About Fine/Fine with a couple of nicks on the portrait (£100 - £150)

3025) Shilling 1707 Third Bust ESC 114 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£500 - £600)

3018) Shilling 1693 9 over 0 ESC 1076A VF/GVF with an attractive and colourful tone (£500 - £600)

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3026) Shilling 1708 E* Third Bust ESC 1151 NVF/VF with edge nicks by MAG, Rare (£400 - £500)

3027) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 About EF with an attractive grey tone (£175 - £250)

3036) Shilling 1711 Third Bust ESC 1157 Near Fine/Fine, Very Rare, rated R4 by ESC (£200 - £250) 3037) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 A/UNC with old toning, the obverse with very light haymarking (£350 - £400)

3028) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 GEF and attractively toned with some minor haymarking (£450 - £550)

3038) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 UNC and lustrous the obverse with a small spot on the drapery (£575 - £675)

3029) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 GEF and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£350 - £450)

3039) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 UNC or near so, the reverse starting to tone (£400 - £500)

3030) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 Good Fine/Fine (£160 - £200)

3040) Shilling 1720 Plain in angles ESC 1167 GVF the obverse with some flecks of haymarking (£500 - £600)

3031) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 EF the reverse better with touches of golden tone LCGS 65 (£500 - £600) 3032) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 GVF/VF with an attractive grey tone (£180 - £220) 3033) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 Near EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Ex-London Coin Auction A126 6/9/2009 Lot 1362 (£300 - £350) 3034) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, the finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£600 - £700)

3035) Shilling 1711 Fourth Bust ESC 1158 NEF (£240 - £280)

3041) Shilling 1723 SSC C over SS ESC 1176A UNC or near so and lustrous with some light scattered haymarks (£220 £260)

3042) Shilling 1723 SSC C over SS, ESC 1176A UNC or near so and lustrous, the obverse with some light adjustment lines (£180 - £200) 3043) Shilling 1723 SSC ESC 1176 UNC and with considerable lustre, the obverse with some contact marks below the bust (£200 - £300)

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3044) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust ESC 1176 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£300 - £400)

3045) Shilling 1723 WCC ESC 1180 Fine/Good Fine with a depression on the reverse on the Plume below BRVN, Very Rare (£1,100 - £1,400)

3046) Shilling 1724 WCC ESC 1182 Fine, Very Rare, our archive database shows that since 2003 this only the fifth example we have offered, and also the finest (£800 - £1,000)

3050) Shilling 1741 Roses ESC 1202 EF and lustrous with a few light flecks of haymarking (£440 - £550)

3051) Shilling 1741 Roses ESC 1202 unaltered date EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£450 - £550) 3052) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205 EF and nicely toned (£320 £360)

3053) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205 EF nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£450 - £550) 3054) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205 GEF and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£350 - £450)

3047) Shilling 1728 Plain in angles ESC 1191 GVF/NEF and nicely toned, the obverse with some contact marks, Very Rare (£200 - £250)

3048) Shilling 1731 Plumes, G over G and T over T in GRATIA, both underlying letters clearly misplaced, as ESC 1195, Very Rare (£275 - £325)

3049) Shilling 1737 Roses and Plumes ESC 1200 VF or better and nicely toned (£250 - £300)

3055) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£750 - £850)

3056) Shilling 1747 Roses ESC 1209 GEF/EF with pleasing tone and some light scattered haymarks (£375 - £450)

3057) Shilling 1750 Oval 0 ESC 1210 GVF/VF (£100 - £120) 3058) Shilling 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£300 - £350) 3059) Shilling 1750 Wide 0 50 over 46 in date ESC 1210A VF toned, the obverse with a few minor spots (£200 - £250) 3060) Shilling 1758 ESC 1213 EF/GEF and nicely toned (£100 £120) 3061) Shilling 1758 ESC 1213 GEF/AU, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£175 - £225)

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3062) Shilling 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214 NEF with a thin scratch in the reverse field (£650 - £850)

3073) Shilling 1827 ESC 1259 About VF (£150 - £200) 3074) Shilling 1835 ESC 1271 UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£400 - £500) 3063) Shilling 1787 Hearts, 1 over Retrograde 1 ESC 1225A CGS EF 70, the joint finest of 3 examples thus far graded by the CGS Population Report, ex LCA 137 June 2012 Lot 510 realise £280 (£200 - £300)

3064) Shilling 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 GEF/AU toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £200)

3075) Shilling 1836 ESC 1273 A/UNC with an attractive grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£200 - £250) 3076) Shilling 1839 No WW on truncation, as ESC 1283 but second A in BRITANNIAR unbarred with no left base serif, also the T in VICT and the F in F:D: have no bases, NEF and lustrous with a small edge nick, unusual and only the second example seen by us, the previous example in ‘Lustrous UNC’ realised £75- hammer price in our Auction A143 in December 2013 (Lot 2255) (£100 - £300) 3077) Shilling 1839 Plain edge Proof, No WW, ESC 1284 Reverse upright GEF lightly cleaned, Rare (£750 - £850)

3065) Shilling 1816 ESC 1228 Choice UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£160 - £200) 3066) Shilling 1817 ESC 1232 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LC GS 85, the third finest known of 27 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£160 - £200) 3067) Shilling 1817 unbarred H in HONI LCGS Variety 03 UNC with a deep and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£130 - £150)

3078) Shilling 1842 ESC 1288 UNC and lustrous (£300 - £350) 3079) Shilling 1844 ESC 1291 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£280 - £320)

3068) Shilling 1821 ESC 1247 A/UNC and attractively toned (£200 - £250) 3069) Shilling 1823 ESC 1097 UNC and lustrous, the obverse with prooflike fields, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Ex-London Coins Auction A119 2/12/2007 Lot 1097 (£650 - £750) 3080) Shilling 1846 ESC 1293 UNC and lustrous with light cabinet friction and some light contact marks (£225 - £275)

3070) Shilling 1824 ESC 1251 GEF (£150 - £175) 3071) Shilling 1825 Laureate Head B P (no stops) CGS Variety 09 Choice UNC and deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£500 - £600)

3072) Shilling 1826 Proof ESC 1258 UNC nicely toned with a contact mark on the obverse and some light hairlines (£200 - £250)

3081) Shilling 1850 5 over 5 giving the impression of being 5 over 3 ESC 1296 Near Fine/Fine, the obverse with some scratches and uneven tone, very rare (£600 - £900)

3082) Shilling 1856 ESC 1304 Lustrous UNC with a light golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 15 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £400)

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3083) Shilling 1860 ESC 1308 EF once cleaned, now also fully retoned (£275 - £325)

3093) Shilling 1890 ESC 1357 UNC with a choice gold, olive and magenta tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£110 - £130)

3084) Shilling 1866 ESC 1314 UNC with a deep grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£220 - £260)

3094) Shilling 1894 ESC 1363 Davies 1014 dies 2A UNC and lustrous with some toning (£100 - £120)

3085) Shilling 1872 ESC 1324 Die Number 36 UNC with attractive toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£260 - £300)

3095) Shilling 1895 Large Rose ESC 1364A UNC with a hint of tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £125) 3096) Shilling 1898 ESC 1367 Choice UNC and lustrous with light colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£120 - £150) 3097) Shilling 1901 ESC 1370 Choice UNC and lightly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£110 - £140)

3086) Shilling 1875 ESC 1327 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£220 - £260)

3087) Shilling 1875 ESC 1327 UNC nicely toned with prooflike fields, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£220 - £260)

3098) Shilling 1901 ESC 1370 UNC with pleasing tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £125) 3099) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414 GVF and pleasing, Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£500 - £750)

3100) Shilling 1907 ESC 1416 GEF and lustrous (£100 - £120) 3101) Shilling 1909 ESC 1418 UNC and lustrous with some light contact marks (£250 - £300)

3088) Shilling 1877 Die Number 43 the 3 overstuck, the underlying 3 high and to the right, ESC 1329 UNC or near so and lustrous with a thin scratch below the Queen’s ear (£100 £150) 3089) Shilling 1878 ESC 1330 Davies 908 dies 6B Die Number 12 UNC and lustrous (£275 - £325)

3102) Shilling 1911 Davies 1790 dies 1A Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 15 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£100 £120) 3103) Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421 in an NGC holder, colourfully toned and graded NGC PF66 (£180 - £220) 3104) Shilling 1915 ESC 1425 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the third finest known of 30 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£100 - £120)

3090) Shilling 1878 ESC 1330 Davies 908 dies 6B Die Number 47, the 4 over a higher 4, GEF/AU and lustrous (£120 - £150) 3091) Shilling 1879 No Die Number ESC 1334, Davies 911A dies 6C this die pairing unlisted in the original Davies 1982 book, NEF/EF with some heavier edge nicks (£180 - £220) 3092) Shilling 1884 ESC 1343, Davies 922 Short Thick line below SHILLING Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£200 - £230)

3105) Shilling 1959 ESC 1475Z UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, an extremely hard date to find in choice grade, the second finest known of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£130 - £150) 3106) Shillings (2) 1696Y First Bust ESC 1087 NVF toned, the reverse with small flan flaws, 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 Good Fine with a hint of tone in the legend (£250 - £350) 3107) Shillings (2) 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 EF and lustrous, the reverse with a light and pleasing tone, 1816 ESC 1228 A/UNC and attractively toned (£120 - £150)

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3108) Shillings (2) 1878 ESC 1330 Die Number 47 the 4 struck over a higher 4, unusual, NEF with a scuff on the obverse, 1873 ESC 1325 Die Number 20 EF (£170 - £220) 3109) Shillings (2) 1893 Large Lettering on obverse ESC 1361, Davies 1011 dies 2A Lustrous UNC with a colourful tone, 1894 ESC 1363 Davies 1015 dies 2B Lustrous UNC with a colourful tone and minor cabinet friction (£100 - £150) 3110) Shillings (3) 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254 About EF toned with some small rim nicks, 1874 ESC 1326 Die Number 50 NEF and nicely toned, 1888 8 over 7 Davies 983 EF deeply toned (£100 - £200) 3111) Shillings 1866 ESC 1314 (2) Die Number 1 NEF toned, Die Number 4 VF toned (£100 - £120)

3118) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1566 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £200) 3119) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1566 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 28 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population report (£350 - £450)

3112) Sixpence 1654 Commonwealth ESC 1489 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 30 (£250 - £325)

3120) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1566 Lustrous UNC with a small flan split and some scattered haymarking (£180 - £220) 3121) Sixpence 1699 Plumes ESC 1577 NEF Rare (£500 - £600) 3113) Sixpence 1677 G of MAG overstruck, over an O or damaged G, as ESC 1516, Bull 572 NEF (£575 - £625)

3122) Sixpence 1699 Roses ESC 1578 GVF toned with a small edge nick (£200 - £300) 3114) Sixpence 1684 ESC 1524 EF/GEF with an attractive dark grey tone, the obverse with a minting flaw at the top and at the corresponding position on the reverse, nevertheless, otherwise a choice piece with plenty of eye appeal, comes with a PCGS green ticket showing a somewhat conservative MS60 grade (£650 - £750)

3115) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 28 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £400)

3123) Sixpence 1700 ESC 1579 EF toned with a small edge nick by the date (£100 - £150) 3124) Sixpence 1703 VIGO ESC 1582 GEF and attractively toned (£150 - £250) 3125) Sixpence 1703 VIGO ESC 1582 GEF toned with some light haymarking, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£375 - £425)

3126) Sixpence 1705 Plumes ESC 1584A Later Shields GVF and with an attractive grey tone (£275 - £375) 3127) Sixpence 1708 E* below Edinburgh bust ESC 1593B GF/ NVF Rare (£110 - £140)

3116) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, ESC 1533 EF or better and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£200 - £300)

3128) Sixpence 1720 20 over 17 ESC 1599 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, the joint finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£600 £700)

3117) Sixpence 1697 Second Bust, Small Crowns ESC 1564 Good Fine and bold, Rare (£400 - £500) 3129) Sixpence 1723 SSC ESC 1600 GVF (£100 - £150)

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3130) Sixpence 1723 SSC Small Lettering on Obverse EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £400)

3145) Sixpence 1834 ESC 1674 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£280 - £320)

3131) Sixpence 1723 SSC Small Letters on Obverse EF and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £350)

3146) Sixpence 1834 ESC 1674 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest of 21 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£400 - £500) 3132) Sixpence 1726 Small Roses and Plumes ESC 1602 VF or better, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£500 - £600) 3133) Sixpence 1746 LIMA ESC 1618 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £400) 3147) Sixpence 1838 ESC 1682 Lustrous UNC with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£350 - £450)

3134) Sixpence 1750 ESC 1620 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £350) 3135) Sixpence 1787 Hearts ESC 1629 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£100 - £120)

3148) Sixpence 1839 Plain Edge Proof ESC 1685, nFDC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£400 - £500)

3136) Sixpence 1817 ESC 1632 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£160 - £200) 3137) Sixpence 1821 ESC 1654 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£100 - £150) 3138) Sixpence 1824 ESC 1657 A/UNC and deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£100 - £150)

3149) Sixpence 1843 ESC 1689 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-Cheshire Collection NGC MS63 (£150 - £200)

3139) Sixpence 1824 ESC 1657 UNC or very near so with an attractive golden tone (£250 - £300)

3150) Sixpence 1846 ESC 1692 UNC lustrous, the obverse with prooflike fields under a rich golden tone, a choice example, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Ex-Cheshire collection NGC MS66, this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the Cheshire ticket no longer with the coin, the joint finest of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£400 - £500)

3140) Sixpence 1825 as ESC 1659 the I in GEORGIUS and the first I in BRITANNIAR has no top left serif, (second I in BRITANNIAR does have the left serif) UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£170 - £220) 3141) Sixpence 1825 ESC 1659 UNC and with a pleasing tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£300 - £400)

3151) Sixpence 1850 5 over higher 5 ESC 1695 GEF (£140 - £180) 3142) Sixpence 1829 ESC 1666 EF with some digs on the obverse (£110 - £140) 3143) Sixpence 1829 ESC 1666 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£100 - £150)

3152) Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 the joint finest of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£400 - £500)

3144) Sixpence 1831 ESC 1670 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£260 - £300) 3153) Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£160 - £200) 3154) Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698 UNC with minor cabinet friction (£170 - £220)

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3155) Sixpence 1855 ESC 1701 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 1417 (£400 £500) 3164) Sixpence 1884 ESC 1745 UNC with an attractive gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£130 - £150)

3156) Sixpence 1856 ESC 1702 UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction (£120 - £150) 3157) Sixpence 1857 ESC 1704 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 1419 (£350 - £450)

3158) Sixpence 1864 Small Date, serif 4 Davies 1066 Die Number 31 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 1426 (£400 - £500)

3159) Sixpence 1871 ESC 1723 Die Number 20 A/UNC and lustrous with some light contact marks (£120 - £150) 3160) Sixpence 1879 ESC 1737 Choice UNC and toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Cheshire collection NGC MS64, this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin (£350 £450)

3161) Sixpence 1882 ESC 1743 A/UNC, with a few small rim nicks, scarce (£100 - £150) 3162) Sixpence 1883 ESC 1744 UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 14 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£350 - £450)

3165) Sixpence 1885 ESC 1746 Choice UNC and richly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Cheshire collection NGC MS65, this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin (£250 - £300)

3166) Sixpence 1886 ESC 1748 Choice UNC and richly toned over original mint lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Cheshire collection NGC MS65, this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin (£250 - £300)

3167) Sixpence 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 LCGS 85 Choice UNC and attractively toned, the second finest known of 43 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300)

3168) Sixpence 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 UNC with a choice and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS64, recorded at the time of slabbing, this ticket no longer with the coin (£160 - £200) 3169) Sixpence 1898 ESC 1768 Choice UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 15 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£110 - £140) 3170) Sixpence 1899 ESC 1769 Choice UNC and almost fully lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest of 25 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£125 - £150) 3171) Sixpence 1899 ESC 1769 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £125)

3163) Sixpence 1884 ESC 1745 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 £300)

3172) Sixpence 1903 ESC 1787 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £140) 3173) Sixpence 1903 ESC 1787 Choice UNC with olive and gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £140)

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3174) Sixpence 1909 ESC 1793 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £120) 3175) Sixpence 1909 ESC 1793 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £120)

3191) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 Near Fine (£450 - £550) 3192) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£2,000 - £2,500)

3176) Sixpence 1910 ESC 1794 Choice UNC and lustrous with traces of original mint bloom in places, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 26 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£110 - £140) 3177) Sixpence 1912 ESC 1797 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the joint finest of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £200)

3193) Sovereign 1823 as Marsh 7 with I in GEORGIUS missing it’s lower left serif, Near Fine with a heavier contact mark in the reverse field (£800 - £1,200)

3178) Sixpence 1930 ESC 1819 Choice UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the joint finest known of 16 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£100 - £120) 3179) Sixpence 1932 ESC 1821 Toned UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 14 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £160) 3180) Sixpence 1952 ESC 1838F Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£125 - £150)

3194) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£450 - £500) 3195) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 EF/GEF and lustrous (£2,000 £2,500)

3181) Sixpences (2) 1751 ESC 1621 NVF toned, Rare, 1745 Roses ESC 1615 Good Fine (£100 - £120) 3182) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 Fair, Ex-jewellery (£260 - £320) 3183) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG, Ex-Jewellery (£260 - £320) 3184) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG/Near Fine Ex-Jewellery (£225 - £275)

3196) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£1,800 - £2,200)

3185) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 Fine, Ex-Jewellery with a loop mount attached (£400 - £500) 3186) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 Near Fine, Ex-jewellery (£280 - £320) 3187) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 EF the obverse with reflective fields (£1,600 - £2,000)

3197) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£900 - £1,200)

3188) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 Good Fine in a Jubilee Mint presentation box with certificate (£400 - £700)

3198) Sovereign 1825 Laureate Head Marsh 9 approaching Fine, very rare (£1,000 - £1,250)

3189) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 VG/Near Fine (£250 £300) 3190) Sovereign 1821 a prooflike and sharp early striking, Marsh 5 the portrait and reverse designs frosted, UNC with some contact marks (£4,000 - £5,000) 3199) Sovereign 1825 Laureate Head Marsh 9 VF/GVF, very rare (£2,000 - £3,000)

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3200) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Good Fine or better (£400 - £500)

3201) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£260 - £320)

3210) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 GVF/NEF (£875 £950)

3202) Sovereign 1826 Proof nFDC and rare S3801 (£4,000 £6,000)

3203) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£1,600 - £2,000)

3204) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 Good Fine with many hairlines, Ex-jewellery although no damage to the edge (£325 - £375)

3211) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 EF with some smoothing on the Kings portrait, the surfaces show slight signs of having been in jewellery, the edges undamaged other than a rim nick at 3 o’clock on the reverse, viewing recommended (£1,800 £2,200)

3212) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 GVF with a small scuff on the portrait and small edge nicks (£800 - £1,200)

3205) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 VG the reverse slightly better (£275 - £325) 3206) Sovereign 1831 First Bust Marsh 16, EF and lustrous with some light contact marks, scarce and desirable in this high grade, more so than catalogue prices would suggest (£2,000 - £3,000)

3213) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22A Fine/VF the obverse lightly rubbed or smoothed in places, with some hairlines (£1,500 - £1,750)

3207) Sovereign 1832 Nose points to second N in BRITANNIAR Type I, Marsh 17, S.3829, VF, by far the scarcer of the two types (£1,000 - £1,200)

3214) Sovereign 1838 Narrow Shield Marsh 22A, S.3852A, Fine/ NVF, Very Rare (£4,200 - £4,800)

3208) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 EF/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£1,750 - £2,250)

3215) Sovereign 1842 Closed 2 Marsh 25 About EF/EF (£500 £600)

3209) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 Good Fine the reverse better (£600 - £700)

3216) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 2 VF or slightly better (£280 - £320)

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3217) Sovereign 1842 Open 2 S.3852 VF with small edge nicks, Rare (£550 - £650)

3231) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C GVF (£325 - £375)

3218) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 VF (£200 - £300) 3219) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 VF with a dig on the reverse (£340 - £380)

3232) Sovereign 1853, 5 over lower 5, WW Raised S.3852C GVF/ NEF (£325 - £375) 3233) Sovereign 1855 WW Incuse S.3852D NEF/EF with some small rim nicks (£350 - £450)

3220) Sovereign 1844 Marsh 27 GVF (£400 - £500)

3234) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39 EF and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3221) Sovereign 1846 Marsh 29VF or slightly better the reverse with a small scuff (£340 - £380) 3222) Sovereign 1847 Marsh 30 EF (£600 - £700) 3223) Sovereign 1848 Second, Large Head S.3852C VF/NEF (£340 - £380) 3224) Sovereign 1849 Marsh 32 NEF with a small scuff on the reverse (£350 - £400) 3225) Sovereign 1850 Inverted A for V in VICTORIA S.3852C NVF with some heavy contact marks and an edge bruise, Very Rare (£1,400 - £1,600)

3226) Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 NEF with small rim nicks (£325 - £375) 3227) Sovereign 1850 Roman 1 in date, unlisted by Marsh, S.3852C NEF/VF the obverse with some hairlines, and with some edge knocks, nevertheless very rare with Spink listing at £1250 in VF (£375 - £575)

3228) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 NVF (£300 - £350) 3229) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 A/UNC and lustrous with a small rim nick (£325 - £375) 3230) Sovereign 1853 Roman 1 in date S.3852 VF/GVF lightly rubbed on the portrait, Rare (£550 - £650)

3235) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39 VF the reverse better, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 1/9/2007 Lot 490 (£260 - £320) 3236) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39 VF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3237) Sovereign 1858 as Marsh 41, 5 with broken upright, GVF/ EF and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3238) Sovereign 1859 Marsh 42 NVF/VF (£300 - £350) 3239) Sovereign 1861 C of VICTORIA over a rotated C S.3852D Fine/Good Fine (£500 - £600)

3240) Sovereign 1861 Marsh 44 GEF/AU and lustrous the reverse with tiny rim nicks (£325 - £375) 3241) Sovereign 1862 F over inverted A in DEF, S.3852 NVF the obverse with a long flan flaw running from the G of GRATIA through the hair to the Queens ear (£330 - £360)

3242) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 Good Fine (£200 £300) 3243) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 4 EF/GEF and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3244) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 99 EF/GEF and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3245) Sovereign 1866 Marsh 51 Die Number 50 A/UNC (£325 £375)

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3246) Sovereign 1870 WW in relief S.3853B Die Number 1 Good Fine (£300 - £350) 3247) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, Small B.P, S.3856A GF/NVF (£200 - £300) 3248) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, Small B.P, S.3856A GVF (£200 - £250) 3249) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, Small B.P. S.3856A A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£400 - £500)

3261) Sovereign 1874M George and the Dragon Marsh 96 GVF/ NEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 1/9/2007 Lot 537 (£260 - £320) 3262) Sovereign 1875M George and the Dragon Marsh 97 VF (£200 - £300) 3263) Sovereign 1876M George and the Dragon GEF/AU and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3264) Sovereign 1876S George and the Dragon Marsh 116 EF/ GEF and lustrous (£300 - £350)

3250) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation, Small B.P. S.3856A EF with some small edge nicks (£300 - £350)

3265) Sovereign 1877M George and the Dragon, Marsh 99 EF/ NEF with some small rim nicks (£350 - £400)

3251) Sovereign 1871 Plain edge Proof, Large B.P., die axis upright Wilson and Rasmussen 316, as Bentley Lot 1213, 7.93 grammes, Impaired Proof EF (£5,000 - £6,000)

3266) Sovereign 1877S Shield Marsh 73 NVF/GVF the obverse with some scratches below the bust (£200 - £300)

3252) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse Marsh 55 Die Number 28 GEF and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3253) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse Marsh 55 NEF/EF and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3254) Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon Marsh 85 GF/VF (£200 - £300) 3255) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 57 Die Number 23 NEF/EF and lustrous (£325 - £375)

3267) Sovereign 1877S Shield Reverse, Marsh 73 AU/UNC and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3268) Sovereign 1878S Shield Reverse Marsh 74 EF/UNC and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3269) Sovereign 1878S Shield Reverse Marsh 74 NEF/EF and lustrous (£300 - £350) 3270) Sovereign 1879 as Marsh 90 with all the date digits double struck, VF/GVF with some contact marks, very rare (£1,400 - £1,800)

3256) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 57 Die Number 3 EF/AU and lustrous (£325 - £375) 3257) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 57 Die Number 7 GEF/AU and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£325 - £375) 3258) Sovereign 1872M Shield Reverse Marsh 59 GEF/UNC and lustrous (£400 - £500)

3271) Sovereign 1879 Marsh 90 GF/NVF, Very Rare (£500 - £600)

3259) Sovereign 1872M Shield Reverse, Marsh 59 GEF and lustrous (£350 - £450)

3272) Sovereign 1879S George and the Dragon, Marsh 116 GVF/ NEF with some tiny rim nicks and scarce (£300 - £350) 3260) Sovereign 1874 Shield Reverse S.3583B Die Number 32 VF cleaned in the fields, and with a depression above the date, very rare (£2,500 - £3,000)

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3273) Sovereign 1879S Shield Reverse Marsh EF (£325 - £375) 3274) Sovereign 1880M George and the Dragon Marsh 102 S.3857 NVF with some contact marks (£200 - £300)

3289) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 Unc slabbed and graded LCGS 78 and scarce in this high grade (£250 - £350)

3275) Sovereign 1880M Shield Reverse, Marsh 61 in an LCGS holder, Good Fine/NVF slabbed and graded LCGS 30 Rare (£1,400 - £1,600)

3290) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Tiny J.E.B with hooked J, First Head, S.3866A EF (£750 - £850)

3276) Sovereign 1880S George and the Dragon, Small B.P. Horse with medium tail, WW buried in truncation, Marsh 117, S.3857D, GEF and lustrous (£300 - £350) 3277) Sovereign 1880S George and the Dragon, Small B.P. Horse with medium tail, WW buried in truncation, Marsh 117, S.3857D, NEF/EF the reverse lustrous (£350 - £400)

3278) Sovereign 1881M George and the Dragon Marsh 103 EF with a couple of edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3279) Sovereign 1882S George and the Dragon Marsh 78 EF (£300 - £350) 3280) Sovereign 1882S Shield Reverse Marsh 78 GVF/NEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 1/9/2007 Lot 571 (£260 - £320) 3281) Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse Marsh 65 EF/AU (£320 - £360) 3282) Sovereign 1884S Shield Reverse Marsh 80 EF/GEF with some small rim nicks (£300 - £350) 3283) Sovereign 1884S Shield Reverse Marsh 80 NEF (£300 £350) 3284) Sovereign 1885 Marsh 93 EF/GEF with small rim nicks (£300 - £350) 3285) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon Marsh 108 EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 - £350) 3286) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof, D:G: closer to Crown, S.3866B nFDC with some hairlines in the fields, retaining almost full mint lustre (£3,500 - £5,000)

3291) Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head First Bust S.3867A EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 1/9/2007 Lot 593 (£300 - £350)

3292) Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head, G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B Good Fine/VF, scarce (£200 - £300) 3293) Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head, G:of S:G: now closer to crown S.3867B Good Fine (£200 - £300) 3294) Sovereign 1888M G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B GEF/ AU and lustrous with some contact marks (£220 - £260) 3295) Sovereign 1893M Jubilee Head Marsh 137 GVF/NEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 1/9/2007 Lot 619 (£260 - £320) 3296) Sovereign 1893S Veiled Head Marsh 162 GF/VF with dark toning in places (£200 - £300) 3297) Sovereign 1894 Marsh 146 GF/VF with some edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3298) Sovereign 1894S Marsh 163 Fine/Good Fine, Half Sovereign 1894 Marsh 489 Near Fine/Fine (£300 - £400) 3299) Sovereign 1896 Marsh 148 About VF with an edge nick (£200 - £300) 3300) Sovereign 1896 Marsh 148 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £300) 3301) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 EF and lustrous (£300 - £350) 3302) Sovereign 1899 P Marsh 171 the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint and also the key date in the Veiled Head series GVF (£400 - £500)

3287) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 EF (£200 - £300) 3288) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 Good Fine (£200 £300)

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3303) Sovereign 1899M GVF the obverse with some slightly darker toning on the portrait (£200 - £300)

3322) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 nFDC and with hints of red toning (£1,400 - £1,600)

3304) Sovereign 1899S Marsh 168 GVF/NEF (£200 - £300) 3305) Sovereign 1900M Marsh 160 GVF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3306) Sovereign 1900M Marsh 160 GVF with some contact marks and rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3307) Sovereign 1900P Marsh 172 Fine/Good Fine with some edge nicks (£200 - £300)

3323) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 practically FDC retaining full original mint brilliance (£750 - £1,250)

3308) Sovereign 1900S Marsh 169 NEF/EF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 3309) Sovereign 1901M Marsh 161 GF/NVF (£200 - £300) 3310) Sovereign 1902 Marsh 174, Half Sovereign 1902 Marsh 505 both UNC and lustrous (£300 - £400) 3311) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 nFDC with a few minor hairlines (£450 - £750)

3324) Sovereign 1911C Marsh 221 About EF (£200 - £300) 3325) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 Fine (£200 - £300) 3326) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 Near EF with some nicks on the portrait (£200 - £300) 3327) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 Near VF, Half Sovereign 1912 Marsh 527NVF/GF (£300 - £400) 3328) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 VF/GVF (£200 - £300)

3312) Sovereign 1902M Marsh 186 UNC or near so and lustrous with prooflike fields and some contact marks (£320 - £360)

3329) Sovereign 1912P Marsh 251 EF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300)

3313) Sovereign 1903S Marsh 205 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£260 - £320)

3330) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 EF and lustrous, comes with London Mint Office printed certificate and history sheet (£200 - £300)

3314) Sovereign 1904 Marsh 176 VF (£200 - £300) 3315) Sovereign 1905 Marsh 177 VF, comes with London Mint Office printed certificate and history sheet (£200 - £300) 3316) Sovereign 1906 Marsh 178 GVF/NEF (£200 - £300) 3317) Sovereign 1909 Marsh 181 About VF (£200 - £300) 3318) Sovereign 1910C Marsh 185 EF with some light contact marks (£350 - £550)

3331) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 EF with small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3332) Sovereign 1913P Marsh 252 EF and lustrous with a few small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3333) Sovereign 1914 Marsh 216 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, the joint finest known of 43 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£275 - £325) 3334) Sovereign 1914M Marsh 232 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£260 - £320) 3335) Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 AU/UNC a very pleasing and superior example (£200 - £300) 3336) Sovereign 1915S Marsh 275 EF (£200 - £300)

3319) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 A/UNC (£200 - £300) 3320) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 About EF with some surface nicks (£200 - £300)

3337) Sovereign 1916 Marsh 218 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£200 - £300)

3321) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 (£1,200 - £1,400)

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3338) Sovereign 1916C Marsh 224 EF/About EF with some tiny rim nicks, extremely rare with a mintage of just 6119 pieces, and only the second example of this rarity we have offered (£18,000 - £22,000)

3342) Sovereign 1920P Marsh 259 NEF/EF (£200 - £300) 3343) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£260 - £320) 3344) Sovereign 1930M Marsh 248 Near EF (£200 - £300) 3345) Sovereign 1931SA Marsh 295 GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£260 - £320) 3346) Sovereign 1931SA Marsh 295 NEF (£200 - £300) 3347) Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 nFDC the obverse with some hairlines, in a Jubilee Mint box with certificate (£1,500 £2,500) 3348) Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 VF ex-jewellery (£700 - £900) 3349) Sovereign 1958 Marsh 298 UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£260 - £320) 3350) Sovereign 1974 Marsh 307 UNC (£200 - £300) 3351) Sovereign 1979 Proof nFDC with some light toning (£200 - £300) 3352) Sovereign 1982 Marsh 313 EF (£200 - £300) 3353) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proof S.4272 Lustrous UNC with a few contact marks (£400 - £600)

3354) Sovereign 1999 Proof nFDC with some light toning, (£200 - £300) 3355) Sovereign 2000 Marsh 314 Lustrous UNC with a contact marks on the portrait (£200 - £300) 3356) Sovereign 2000 Proof nFDC with some light toning, (£200 - £300) 3357) Sovereign 2002 and Half Sovereigns 2002 (2) currency issues in Unc (£420 - £500) 3358) Sovereign 2002 Marsh 316 Lustrous UNC with some light hairlines (£200 - £300) 3359) Sovereign 2002 Marsh 316 UNC or near so with some light hairlines (£200 - £300) 3360) Sovereign 2002 Shield S.SC5 Proof nFDC (£325 - £375) 3361) Sovereign 2014 the error mule, the reverse highly frosted and resembling a Proof strike, paired with a currency obverse, UNC and lustrous (£300 - £400)

3339) Sovereign 1918I Marsh 228 EF (£200 - £300) 3340) Sovereign 1918I Marsh 228 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£275 - £325) 3341) Sovereign 1918M A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 70, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£220 - £260)

3362) Sovereigns (2) 1889 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B Fine/Good Fine, 1891 G: of D:G: closer to crown, horse with longer tail S.3867C Fine/NVF (£420 - £500)

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3363) Sovereigns (2) 1889 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B Fine/VF, 1890 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B Fine (£420 - £500) 3364) Sovereigns (2) 1890 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B Good Fine, 1892 S.3866C Fine (£420 - £500)

3377) Third Guinea 1809 S.3740 PCGS AU50 (£125 - £175) 3378) Three Shilling Bank Token 1814 ESC 422 Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£275 - £325)

3365) Sovereigns (2) 1890 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B, Fine/Good Fine, 1892 S.3866C Fine (£420 - £500) 3366) Sovereigns (2) 1890 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B, Good Fine with an edge bruise, 1894 Marsh 146 NVF/VF (£420 - £500) 3367) Sovereigns (2) 1890M G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B, Fine, 1891M G: of D:G: closer to crown, horse with longer tail S.3867C Fine (£420 - £500) 3368) Sovereigns (2) 1899 Marsh 150 Fine/Good Fine, 1900 Marsh 151 Fine/Good Fine (£420 - £500)

3379) Three Shilling Bank Token Obverse Brockage (Head type) undated UNC toned, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£600 - £800)

3369) Sovereigns (2) 1904 Marsh 176 Good Fine, 1908 Marsh 180 Fine (£420 - £500) 3370) Sovereigns (2) 1909 Marsh 181 NVF, 1913 Marsh 215 NVF (£420 - £500) 3371) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 choice UNC and toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£300 - £350) 3380) Threehalfpence 1835 5 over 4 UNC and with an attractive gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£200 - £230)

3372) Third Farthing 1827 stated by the vendor to be a Proof, the fields certainly a little prooflike, Reverse upright, GEF with some light contact marks (£175 - £225) 3373) Third Farthing 1844 RE for REG Peck 1607, struck on a thin flan, Peck states, probably all late mint strikings and therefore not issued for currency GEF/EF toned with a small dig to the left of the trident Ex-C.R.Tyler collection, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£300 - £600)

3374) Third Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Peck 1929 UNC with streaky lustre, Very Rare, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£175 £250)

3381) Threehalfpence 1841 ESC 2257 AU/UNC with choice tone, Rare, Groat 1849 ESC 1945 UNC or near so and attractively toned (£100 - £120) 3382) Threepence 1842 ESC 2052 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£450 - £550)

3383) Threepence 1845 ESC 2055 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the finest known of 5 examples thus Far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £160) 3384) Threepence 1846 ESC 2056 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£450 - £650)

3375) Third Guinea 1799 S.3738 NVF with some minor hairlines, the key date in the series (£230 - £260)

3376) Third Guinea 1804 Ex-Jewellery S.3740 Fine with a loop mount attached at the top, Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 VG Ex-Jewellery with a loop mount at the top (£180 - £220)

3385) Threepence 1847 with double struck 8 in the date, we assume a business strike. This date unlisted in ESC or Davies for the currency series so possibly a Maundy issue, although it states in ESC that it is possible that Threepences were struck for colonial use for this date, EF the obverse with some contact marks (£700 - £800)

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3396) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 approaching Fine, Ex-Jewellery with an ornate mount attached at the top (£525 - £575) 3397) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 Prooflike UNC or near so and lustrous a pleasing example (£3,000 - £3,500) 3386) Threepence 1848 with double struck first 8 in the date, ESC 2056A About EF with an edge bruise, Very Rare (£200 £250) 3387) Threepence 1848 with double struck first 8 in the date, ESC 2056A EF (£700 - £800)

3388) Threepence 1853 ESC 2060 in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£650 - £750)

3398) Two Pounds 1887 as S.3865 but struck from proof dies with the B of BRITT much closer to the crown, and with the R and E of REG not touching as on all other 1887 Two Pounds, A/ UNC with prooflike fields, the design lightly frosted (£1,600 - £2,000) 3399) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 Good Fine. Ex-Jewellery (£525 - £575) 3400) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 UNC and lustrous with some light contact marks, a very pleasing example (£850 - £1,250)

3389) Threepence 1870 ESC 2076 Choice UNC and deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £125) 3390) Threepence 1883 ESC 2090 UNC and lustrous, Threehalfpence 1839 ESC 2255 A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£105 - £125) 3391) Threepence 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record Peck 2501H in an NGC holder and graded PF63 (£900 - £1,100)

3392) Twenty Five Pounds Gold Quarter Ounce 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Churchill Gold Proof, the reverse of similar design to the Silver £20, FDC and unlisted in the Spink Catalogue (£450 - £550)

3401) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£900 - £1,200)

3402) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 Unc slabbed and graded LCGS 78 and scarce in this high grade (£1,000 - £1,500)

3393) Two Guineas 1664 Elephant below bust S.3334 VG/Fine ex-jewellery (£600 - £800) 3394) Two Guineas 1738 S.3667B Fine/Good Fine the reverse with some haymarking (£1,500 - £1,750)

3403) Two Pounds 1893 S. Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£425 - £475) 3404) Two Pounds 1902 S.3967 UNC or near so with a small flan flaw on the obverse (£800 - £1,000)

3395) Two Guineas 1738 S.3667B VG Ex-Jewellery (£550 - £650)

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3405) Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 nFDC and brilliant with a small spot on the horses tail (£2,700 - £3,200)

3413) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 Unc slabbed and graded LCGS 78 and rare in this high grade (£350 - £450)

3406) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SD3 Proof nFDC with very light contact marks, retaining practically full mint brilliance (£525 - £575) 3407) Two Pounds 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Gold Proof S.K5 nFDC (£500 - £550) 3408) Two Pounds 2002 Shield S.SD5 Proof FDC (£540 - £580)

3409) Two Pounds 2005 S.SD6 Proof nFDC (£540 - £580)

Proxy Bid Auction (Lots 3414-3604) This section of the sale contains English Milled Coins whose low estimates are less than £100. They will be on display at the Bracknell auction and are available for viewing in our offices in Kent and at the shows we attend when the auction is live. Also pictures of each of these lots are showing on our website There will be no live auction at Bracknell for these lots. We will accept written, telephone and email bids prior to the sale and during the sale at Bracknell until the end of the sale on Sunday 4th of June, when the sale will close. 3414) Brass Threepence 1939 Peck 2374 UNC with good subdued lustre (£20 - £40) 3415) Brass Threepence 1946 Peck 2388 EF or near so, cleaned (£90 - £120)

3410) Two Pounds 2017 200th Anniversary of the modern Sovereign S.SD11 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo One of the First 150 struck (£1,100 - £1,300) 3411) Two Pounds 2017 200th Anniversary of the modern Sovereign S.SD11 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo One of the First 150 struck (£1,100 - £1,300)

3416) Brass Threepence 1946 Peck 2388 NEF with traces of lustre and some light contact marks on the obverse (£75 - £125) 3417) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 GVF with some spots (£60 - £120) 3418) Crown 1887 ESC 296 NEF with grey tone (£50 - £60) 3419) Crown 1888 Narrow date ESC 298 NEF (£70 - £90) 3420) Crown 1889 ESC 299 Davies 484 dies 1C EF nicely toned with some light contact marks (£75 - £100) 3421) Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303 Davies 501 dies 1A NEF toned with some edge nicks (£75 - £125) 3422) Crown 1902 ESC 361 GVF toned (£60 - £100)

3412) Twopence 1797 Copper Proof Peck 1069 KT2 UNC the reverse with a carbon spot on the drapery (£650 - £750)

3423) Crown 1902 ESC 361 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£75 - £100) 3424) Crown 1902 ESC 361 NVF/VF (£75 - £100) 3425) Crown 1928 ESC 368 About Fine/Fine (£75 - £100) 3426) Crowns 1888 (2) Wide date Bull 2588 Near VF, the obverse with a few small spots, 1888 Narrow date ESC 298 Near Fine (£60 - £80) 3427) Double Florin 1889 ESC 398 A/UNC and lustrous (£50 - £75) 3428) Double Florin 1889 Inverted I in VICTORIA ESC 398A NVF toned (£50 - £75)

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3429) Double Florins (2) 1887 Roman 1 ESC 394 AU/GEF and lustrous, 1888 ESC 397 A/UNC and lustrous (£70 - £100)

3450) Farthing 1873 Freeman 524 dies 3+B with low 3 in date UNC with around 75% lustre (£30 - £60)

3430) Farthing 1665 Pattern in Copper, Bust with long hair, Straight grained edge, Peck 424 VG, Ex-C.Cooke November 1996 (£35) , Ex-Croydon Coin Auction November 1983 (£50 - £75)

3451) Farthing 1873 High 3 in date LCGS Variety 01 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£50 - £75)

3431) Farthing 1665 Pattern in silver, King with long hair, Reverse Britannia with loose drapery Peck 422, straight grained edge Near Fine, EX-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £75) 3432) Farthing 1672 Peck 519 VF (£90 - £120) 3433) Farthing 1773 Obverse 2 Peck 913 About EF with a scratch on the obverse, Halfpennies 1799 (2) 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 GEF toned, Raised Line on hull Peck 1252 VF, scarce (£50 - £100) 3434) Farthing 1799 Copper Proof Peck 1274 KF8 GEF with a slightly uneven tone in the fields, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £75) 3435) Farthing 1799 Peck 1279 AU/UNC with some lustre (£50 £75) 3436) Farthing 1806 Incuse Curls, Obverse 1 UNC and nicely toned (£80 - £120) 3437) Farthing 1806 Peck 1397 Portrait 2 with raised curls UNC the obverse nicely toned, the reverse with some lustre (£50 - £100) 3438) Farthing 1821 as Peck 1407 with G over O in GRATIA the variety unlisted individually by Peck, GEF with traces of lustre, Rare (£60 - £120) 3439) Farthing 1821 UNC with traces of lustre, the obverse with small spots (£65 - £85) 3440) Farthing 1825 last two I’s in IIII struck over II, LCGS Variety 8 Choice UNC and toned with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£75 - £100) 3441) Farthing 1825 Obverse 1 Peck 1414 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£80 - £100) 3442) Farthing 1825 Obverse 1 Peck 1414 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£80 - £100) 3443) Farthing 1842 with Large 42 in the date, unlisted by Peck or Spink (First recorded by Bramah in 1929) GVF with some surface residue but in our experience rarely found in high grade, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 3444) Farthing 1843 Peck 1563 UNC with around 75% lustre and some light contact marks, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 3445) Farthing 1853 3 over 2 in date, WW Raised in an NGC holder and graded MS63 RB, the variety not stated on the holder, unlisted by Peck but a well-known variety (£80 - £120) 3446) Farthing 1853 WW Incuse Peck 1578 A/UNC and nicely toned with a hint of lustre (£70 - £100) 3447) Farthing 1859 Peck 1587 UNC and lustrous with some tone spots (£90 - £120) 3448) Farthing 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A UNC with good lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£60 - £80) 3449) Farthing 1861 as Freeman 503 dies 3+B with R over lower R in FARTHING NVF, Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 Good Fine or slightly better (£30 - £60)

3452) Farthing 1874H with Gs over sideways Gs in obverse legend Freeman 527 dies 4+C Near Fine, Rare, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 3453) Farthing 1875 Large Date Freeman 528 dies 3+B About EF with subdued lustre and small edge nicks, Ex-Michael Freeman (with his ticket), Ex-Farthing Specialist (£30 - £50) 3454) Farthing 1876H Ordinary 6, Freeman 534 UNC with good lustre, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100) 3455) Farthing 1881H Cooke type B, Freeman 548, dies 7+E, Choice UNC with practically fully lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 9 examples this far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£50 - £75) 3456) Farthings (2) 1773 Obverse 2 No Stop on Reverse, Peck 914 GVF, 1799 Peck 1279 UNC with traces of lustre (£50 - £100) 3457) Farthings (2) 1841 as Peck 1560 Unbarred A’s in GRATIA A/UNC and lustrous, 1857 as Peck 1585 with high 7 in date UNC with about 40% lustre, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£75 £100) 3458) Farthings (2) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 499 dies 2+B, both UNC with traces of lustre, the first with small spots (£40 - £60) 3459) Florin 1849 ESC 802 NEF with some long scratches on the obverse (£65 - £75) 3460) Florin 1880 ESC 854 Davies 771 dies 7B NEF with a small spot on the obverse rim (£60 - £90) 3461) Florin 1902 ESC 919 UNC or near so and lustrous with some light contact marks (£60 - £80) 3462) Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920 nFDC toned (£75 - £100) 3463) Florin 1905 ESC 923 VG the reverse better (£50 - £75) 3464) Florin 1912 ESC 931 A/UNC (£85 - £115) 3465) Florin 1920 ESC 939 Davies 1744 dies 2E Full neck, I of GEORGIVS to space, UNC with minor cabinet friction (£75 - £100) 3466) Florin 1922 ESC 941 UNC and lustrous with a few small rim nicks (£70 - £90) 3467) Florin 1927 Proof ESC 947 practically FDC retaining full mint lustre (£85 - £95) 3468) Florins (2) 1922 ESC 941 GEF toned, 1923 ESC 942 UNC/ AU and lustrous with small rim nicks (£40 - £60) 3469) Groat 1836 D: G: ESC 1918 Davies 380 dies 1A Lustrous UNC (£40 - £60) 3470) Half Farthing 1830 Peck 1451 Reverse B Small Date GVF with some scratches, Very Rare, Ex-Farthing Specialist, our archive database indicates this is only the second example we have offered, the other being in the Andrew Wayne collection in 2006 (EF/NEF £125 hammer price) (£50 - £100)

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3471) Half Farthing 1830 Peck 1451 Reverse B Small Date VF or better, the reverse with a large rim cud completely obscuring DEF, an unusual error on a rare type, only the second example of this type we have offered, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100)

3494) Halfcrown 1901 ESC 735 UNC or near so and lightly toned over original lustre (£75 - £125)

3472) Half Farthing 1830 Reverse A Peck 1450 GVF/NEF (£65 £85)

3496) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748 NF/VG Rare (£75 - £150)

3473) Half Farthing 1839 Peck 1590 UNC with around 40% lustre (£75 - £100) 3474) Half Farthing 1839 Peck 1590 UNC with around 75% lustre (£80 - £100) 3475) Half Farthing 1847 Peck 1596 UNC and lustrous, attractively toned (£65 - £85) 3476) Half Farthing 1847 Peck 1596 UNC with around 80% lustre and a few small spots (£75 - £100) 3477) Half Farthing 1851 Peck 1597 About UNC with traces of lustre (£55 - £75) 3478) Half Farthing 1851 Peck 1597 About UNC/Lustrous UNC with a spot on the F of HALF (£55 - £75) 3479) Half Farthing 1852 Peck 1598 UNC the obverse with around 75% lustre, the reverse practically BU with full lustre and some scattered spots (£55 - £75)

3495) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748 Good Fine with a pleasant tone (£75 - £125)

3497) Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749 VG, Florin 1905 ESC 723 VG both Rare (£50 - £75) 3498) Halfcrown 1916 ESC 763 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of gold tone (£20 - £30) 3499) Halfcrown 1916 ESC 763 UNC or near so and lustrous (£50 - £70) 3500) Halfcrown 1918 ESC 765 EF and nicely toned (£30 - £40) 3501) Halfcrown 1927 Proof ESC 776 nFDC retaining practically full lustre (£75 - £100) 3502) Halfcrown 1927 Second Reverse Proof ESC 776 UNC and lustrous (£60 - £80) 3503) Halfcrown 1927 Second Reverse Proof ESC 776 UNC and lustrous with a few handling marks (£70 - £90) 3504) Halfcrowns (2) 1904 ESC 749 NF/VG, 1909 ESC 754 Fine with an edge nick (£65 - £75)

3480) Half Farthing 1852 Peck 1598 UNC with traces of lustre and a few small rim nicks (£55 - £75)

3505) Halfpenny 1694 Peck 602 Fine, pitted, Ireland Halfpenny 1683 Small Lettering S.6575 Fine, pitted (£80 - £100)

3481) Half Farthing 1856 Peck 1603 Small Letters and date (normal) GEF/EF and nicely toned, Rare, Ex-Farthing Specialist (£50 - £100)

3506) Halfpenny 1806 No Berries Peck 1376 Lustrous UNC with magenta toning (£75 - £100)

3482) Halfcrown 1663 XV edge ESC 457 VG (£75 - £100)

3507) Halfpenny 1838 Peck 1522 GEF and lustrous the obverse with a few small spots (£25 - £50)

3483) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 Near VF and toned (£80 - £100)

3508) Halfpenny 1855 Peck 1543 Toned UNC with a small edge nick and a small spot by VIC (£50 - £60)

3484) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 NEF with a small scuff on the obverse (£70 - £100)

3509) Halfpenny 1858 Small date Peck 1549 EF with traces of lustre (£30 - £50)

3485) Halfcrown 1834 WW in block ESC 660 Good Fine, Rare (£80 - £100)

3510) Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 272 dies 4+F VF once cleaned, very rare rated R17 by Freeman (£30 - £60)

3486) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 7 Davies 572 VG the variety very clear, in an LCGS ‘Yellow ticket’ holder VG Edge Problems, a very rare type, only two examples of this type are recorded on the LCGS Population Report, both are in this sale (£95 - £125)

3511) Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC and lustrous with light handling marks (£80 - £100)

3487) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684 Fine the reverse with a scratch (£80 - £100)

3513) Maundy a three part set 1895 Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence along with Penny 1863 EF to A/UNC, in a black Victorian style Maundy case (£80 - £100)

3488) Halfcrown 1889 ESC 722, Davies 647 dies 3C UNC or near so and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£70 - £100) 3489) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726 Davies 660 dies 1A UNC or near so and lustrous (£50 - £75) 3490) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 Choice UNC with golden tone over original mint lustre (£75 - £125) 3491) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 UNC and lustrous with a small edge bruise by IMP (£85 - £125) 3492) Halfcrown 1900 ESC 734 GEF with some contact marks (£60 - £80) 3493) Halfcrown 1901 ESC 735 EF/NEF toned with some contact marks (£70 - £90)

3512) Halfpenny 1865 5 over 3 Freeman 297 dies 7+G NVF with some surface marks (£50 - £75)

3514) Maundy Part Set 1842 comprising Fourpence EF, Twopence NEF and Penny NEF (£90 - £120) 3515) Maundy Set 1888 ESC 2502 EF to GEF in a London Mint box with certificate (£70 - £100) 3516) Maundy Set 1902 Matt Proof ESC 2518 GEF to UNC with matching tone (£95 - £125) 3517) Maundy Set 1906 ESC 2522 GEF to UNC housed in a long red dated case (£75 - £125) 3518) Maundy Set 1907 ESC 2523 A/UNC to UNC with matching grey tone, housed in a dated black case (£75 - £125)

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3519) Maundy Set 1907 ESC 2523 GEF to UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£75 - £125) 3520) Maundy Set 1908 ESC 2324 GEF to UNC with a matching grey tone, housed in a red dated case (£75 - £125) 3521) Maundy Set 1937 ESC 2554 EF to UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£75 - £125) 3522) Maundy Set 1937 ESC 2554 UNC and lustrous (£75 - £125) 3523) Maundy Threepence 1817 NEF the reverse with some thin scratches (£40 - £60)

3540) Penny 1889 15 Leaves Freeman 127 dies 12+N UNC and lustrous with some small spots, Ex-Sheffield Coin Auction 12/3/1987 (£60 - £80) 3541) Penny 1892 Freeman 134 dies 12+N Lustrous UNC (£80 - £100) 3542) Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A A/UNC toned with traces of lustre (£60 - £100) 3543) Penny 1903 Open 3 Freeman 158A dies 1+B only VG but the variety very clear (£40 - £60)

3524) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 Head type ESC 972 UNC and nicely tones with small edge nicks (£75 - £100)

3544) Penny 1908 Freeman 165 dies 2+D Lustrous UNC, 1907 Freeman 163 dies 1+C Lustrous UNC the obverse with some heavier contact marks, the obverse with a small spot (£60 - £80)

3525) Pennies (2) 1854 Ornamental Trident Peck 1507 EF/About EF with traces of lustre, 1858 Large Date No WW Peck 1518 EF/GEF with traces of lustre (£40 - £60)

3545) Penny 1911 Hollow Neck, I of BRITT points to a rim tooth, unlisted by Freeman, Gouby BP1911 B (dies X+a) VG (£30 - £60)

3526) Pennies (2) 1875H Freeman 85 dies 8+J VG with dirty surfaces, Penny 1873 Freeman 64 dies 6+G VF (£50 - £75)

3546) Penny 1935 Freeman 212 dies 5+C UNC with around 90% lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 32 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£40 - £60)

3527) Pennies (2) 1889 15 Leaves Freeman 127 dies 12+N EF and lustrous, once lightly cleaned, 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N About UNC and lustrous, both come with old Baldwins Envelopes with the Duncannon Street Address. Cataloguers note: the envelope dates from 1920 or earlier as this is when Baldwins moved to Adelphi Terrace (£70 - £100) 3528) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 NEF with some light contact marks (£75 - £100) 3529) Penny 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 GEF/EF with traces of lustre (£85 - £115) 3530) Penny 1843 REG No Colon Peck 1485 VG, Rare (£75 £100) 3531) Penny 1858 Small Date, WW on truncation Peck 1517 EF with traces of lustre, Halfpenny 1838 Peck 1522 GEF and lustrous (£50 - £75)

3547) Penny 1946 as Freeman 233 dies 2+C with all four figures of the date clearly doubled, similar in style and clarity to the 1945 ‘doubled 9’ variety A/UNC with a couple of small spots (£50 - £100) 3548) Penny 1948 UNC on Marlborough House S.W.1. card signed “Mary R. 1948” (Queen Mary (1867-1953) wife of George V) reverse written “Opening of the Garrett Anderson Maternity Home June 29th 1948. Diana Mulholland”. (£30 - £50) 3549) Quarter Farthing 1852 Peck 1610 UNC or very near so and attractively toned (£75 - £100) 3550) Quarter Farthing 1853 Peck 1612 EF toned (£65 - £75) 3551) Shilling 1713 3 over 2 Roses and Plumes ESC 1160 About Fine with even grey tone (£80 - £100)

3532) Penny 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G A/UNC toned with some small edge nicks (£70 - £100)

3552) Shilling 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 EF and nicely toned with a few scattered haymarks (£60 - £80)

3533) Penny 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G UNC/AU the obverse lustrous (£80 - £100)

3553) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stop over head ESC 1218 EF (£75 - £95)

3534) Penny 1863 on a 2mm thick heavy flan weighing 13.84 grammes, Poor, having an unusual slightly ‘cast’ appearance (£25 - £75)

3554) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stop over head, ESC 1218 Good Fine, toned (£60 - £80)

3535) Penny 1863 with stop after date Fine with some surface damage , the area around the stop bold and clear, previously unseen by us (£50 - £150) 3536) Penny 1870 Freeman 60 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1780Ab 11 1/2 teeth date spacing with the 0 tilted slightly forwards, AU/ GEF the obverse with traces of lustre and a slightly uneven tone (£50 - £100) 3537) Penny 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G, 12 teeth date spacing, Gouby BP1871 Ac Fine/Near Fine, cleaned (£25 - £50) 3538) Penny 1878 Freeman 94 dies 8+J GEF with some thin scratches in the reverse field, Ex-Sheffield Coin Auction 16/1/1992 (£80 - £120) 3539) Penny 1879 Freeman 97 dies 9+J Toned UNC with minor cabinet friction, Ex-Sheffield Coin Auction 27/6/1991 (£80 - £120)

3555) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stops at date ESC 1222 VF (£65 - £85) 3556) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stops at date, 7 over 6 in date, ESC 1222 EF and nicely toned (£60 - £80) 3557) Shilling 1816 ESC 1228 with evidence of the start of the RRITT flaw with the B having a very thin base line EF/GEF nicely toned, with a small rim cud at 9 o’clock on the obverse (£80 - £100) 3558) Shilling 1817 RRITT error, also unbarred H in HONI, unlisted by ESC UNC toned the obverse with some tone spots (£80 - £100) 3559) Shilling 1820 ESC 1236 A/UNC and attractively toned, Sixpence 1818 ESC 1634 UNC and lustrous (£70 - £100) 3560) Shilling 1820 ESC 1236 UNC and lustrous with some tiny rim nicks (£80 - £100)

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3561) Shilling 1820 I over S in HONI ESC 1236A, Davies 91, VG unevenly toned, Rare (£40 - £60)

3586) Sixpence 1881 Large Date ESC 1740, Davies 1100 NEF/ EF toned, the obverse with some hairlines (£50 - £70)

3562) Shilling 1894 ESC 1363 Davies 1015 dies 2B EF/GEF and lustrous with a small striking flaw on the veil (£90 - £120)

3587) Sixpence 1886 ESC 1748 UNC with original mint lustre and a few small rim nicks (£80 - £100)

3563) Shilling 1896 Large Rose ESC 1365 UNC and lustrous with hints of gold tone (£70 - £90)

3588) Sixpence 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 UNC or near so and nicely toned (£60 - £80)

3564) Shilling 1897 ESC 1366 EF and nicely toned with a small flan flaw on the obverse (£50 - £60)

3589) Sixpence 1897 ESC 1767 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£60 - £80)

3565) Shilling 1897 ESC 1366 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£80 - £100)

3590) Sixpence 1900 ESC 1770 UNC with a choice deep tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£60 - £80)

3566) Shilling 1898 ESC 1367 UNC with an attractive and colourful tone (£65 - £75)

3591) Sixpence 1910 ESC 1794 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£60 - £80)

3567) Shilling 1900 ESC 1369 Lustrous UNC with some colourful toning and a small edge nick (£70 - £90)

3592) Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796 in an NGC holder, colourfully toned and graded NGC PF64 (£75 - £100)

3568) Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411 nFDC with grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£60 - £80)

3593) Sixpence 1912 ESC 1797 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£70 - £80)

3569) Shilling 1904 ESC 1413 NEF/GVF (£80 - £100)

3594) Sixpence 1913 ESC 1798 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£70 - £80)

3570) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414 VG/Near Fine, Rare (£70 - £100) 3571) Shilling 1910 ESC 1419 Lustrous UNC with a hint of golden tone, Sixpence 1902 ESC 1785 UNC and lustrous with a small edge nick (£80 - £100)

3595) Sixpence 1914 ESC 1799 Choice UNC with a deep blue, green and gold tone, the obverse with traces of mint bloom under the tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£80 - £100)

3572) Shilling 1912 ESC 1422 Lustrous UNC (£60 - £80)

3596) Sixpence 1916 ESC 1801 UNC with gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£80 - £100)

3573) Shilling 1918 ESC 1428 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£70 - £80)

3597) Sixpence 1921 ESC 1807 UNC with a hint of gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£80 - £100)

3574) Shilling 1919 ESC 1429 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£70 - £80)

3598) Sixpence 1952 ESC 1838F UNC lightly toned with a couple of tiny tone spots (£75 - £100)

3575) Shillings (2) 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254 EF Cleaned, 1826 ESC 1257 NVF with a tone line on the reverse (£60 - £80)

3599) Sixpences (2) 1816 ESC 1630 UNC and lustrous, 1913 ESC 1798 Lustrous UNC (£80 - £120)

3576) Shillings (2) 1926 First Head ESC 1436 UNC and lustrous, 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 1437 Lustrous UNC the obverse with some minor contact marks (£70 - £100)

3600) Threehalfpence 1838 ESC 2254 Lustrous UNC, a most attractive example (£70 - £90) 3601) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 UNC (£85 - £95)

3577) Sixpence 1696 B First Bust, Large Crowns, B mintmark overstruck, broken at the top and base, the underlying letter unclear, Good Fine (£90 - £120)

3602) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 About EF the surfaces somewhat dirty from long term vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care (£60 - £120)

3578) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533 NEF (£75 - £125)

3603) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 GVF with an unusual countermark on the rim below the bust (£30 - £60)

3579) Sixpence 1711 Large Lis ESC 1596A GVF toned the obverse with some haymarking (£65 - £85)

3604) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 VF with an edge knock after BRITANNIA, and some dark toning on the reverse rim (£75 - £100)

3580) Sixpence 1816 ESC 1630 UNC and lustrous with gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£60 - £80) 3581) Sixpence 1816 ESC 1630 UNC and nicely toned (£70 - £90) 3582) Sixpence 1817 UNC and nicely toned with a darker tone spot on the obverse rim (£60 - £80) 3583) Sixpence 1831 ESC 1670 GEF attractively toned with a couple of small rim nicks (£80 - £100) 3584) Sixpence 1873 ESC 1727 Davies 1079 dies 3A Die Number 86 EF starting to tone (£85 - £125) 3585) Sixpence 1874 Crosslet 4 in date ESC 1728 Davies 1083 dies 4C Die Number 42 A/UNC (£80 - £100)

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Observed read across grades to other systems Based on observations after LCGS have graded 41,000 coins November 2016

LCGS Numerical Grade

Average Raw UK Grade

Average Standard USA Sheldon

1

2

100

FDC

MS70

99

FDC

MS70

98

FDC

MS70

97

FDC

MS70

96

FDC

M69

95

FDC

MS 68 -69

94

AFDC

MS68

93

AFDC

MS 67 -68

92

AFDC

MS67

91

AFDC

MS66 -67

90

NFDC

MS 66

88

BU -NFDC

MS65 -66

85

Choice UNC - BU

MS 65

82

Choice UNC

MS 64 -65

80

Choice UNC

MS 64

78

UNC

MS 63 -64

75

UNC or near so

MS 62 - 63

70

AU

MS60 -61

65

GEF

MS60 -61

60

EF

AU58 - MS60

55

NEF

AU55

50

GVF

AU55

45

GVF

AU 53

40

VF

AU 50

35

NVF

EF 45

30

GF

EF 40

25

GF

F35

20

F

F30

15

NF

10

VG

8

VG

5

GOOD

4

FAIR

3

FAIR

2

FAIR

1

FAIR

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