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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

By Car

40 minutes 55 minutes 1 hour 35 minutes 1 hour 05 minutes 1 hour 35 minutes

By Train

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Bracknell Bracknell Bracknell Bracknell Bracknell

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 1st September 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Saturday 1st September 11 am until sold Windsor Suite

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 97), English Banknotes (lots 98 - 172), World Banknotes (lots 173 - 398), English Cased and Proof Items (lots 399 - 699), World Cased and Proof Items (lots 700 - 823), British Tokens (lots 824 - 889), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 890 - 1063), Miscellaneous Items (lots 1064 -1113), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1114 - 1315), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1316 - 1552)

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 97), English Banknotes (lots 98 - 172), World Banknotes (lots 173 - 398), English Cased and Proof Items (lots 399 - 699), World Cased and Proof Items (lots 700 - 823), British Tokens (lots 824 - 889), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 890 - 1063), Miscellaneous Items (lots 1064 -1113), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1114 - 1315), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1316 - 1552)

The Ken Humphris Collection British Tokens and Commemorative and Campaign Medals (Lots 1553 - 1556), Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1557 1582), English Hammered Coins (lots 1583 - 1643), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1644 - 1703), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1704 2002), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2003 - 2033), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2034 - 2055) Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 2056 - 2081), English Hammered Coins (lots 2082 - 2138), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2139 - 2730), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2731 - 2899) Proxy Bid Auction World Coins Single Coins (Lots 2900 - 2982) Proxy Bid - English Milled Coins (Lots 2983 - 3055)

SUNDAY VIEWING

SUNDAY SALE

Sunday 2nd September 9 am until sold Windsor Suite

Sunday 2nd September 11.30 am until sold Windsor

The Ken Humphris Collection British Tokens and Commemorative and Campaign Medals (Lots 1553 - 1556), Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1557 1582), English Hammered Coins (lots 1583 - 1643), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1644 - 1703), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1704 2002), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2003 - 2033), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2034 - 2055)

The Ken Humphris Collection British Tokens and Commemorative and Campaign Medals (Lots 1553 - 1556), Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1557 1582), English Hammered Coins (lots 1583 - 1643), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1644 - 1703), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1704 2002), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2003 - 2033), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2034 - 2055)

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 2056 - 2081), English Hammered Coins (lots 2082 - 2138), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2139 - 2730), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2731 - 2899)

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 2056 - 2081), English Hammered Coins (lots 2082 - 2138), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2139 - 2730), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2731 - 2899)

Proxy Bid Auction World Coins Single Coins (Lots 2900 - 2982) Proxy Bid - English Milled Coins (Lots 2983 - 3055)

Proxy Bid Auction World Coins Single Coins (Lots 2900 - 2982) Proxy Bid - English Milled Coins (Lots 2983 - 3055) This section of the sale contains English Milled Coins and World Coins Single whose low estimates are less than ÂŁ100. 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 2nd of September, when the sale will close.

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Bid Steps The following bid steps will be adhered to at the auctioneers discretion. From 0 to £50 £2 steps From £50 - £100 £5 steps From £100 - £200 £10 steps From £200 - £500 £20 steps. We do not accept verbal bids shouted out in the room that are not in line with these steps. From £500 - £1000 £50 steps From £1,000 - £2,000 £100 steps From £2,000 - £5,000 £200 steps. From £5,000 - £10,000 £500 steps From £10,000 - £20,000 £1,000 steps From £20,000 - £100,000 £2,000 steps. For lots that are being bid for above £500 we do accept a “CUT” bid. In this case a bidder may state “CUT” which means the bidder wishes to bid at half the normal bid step, however this is then the bidder’s last bid and no further bids will be taken from the bidder. If you wish to make a bid outside of these steps then you may submit a written bid. WRITTEN and PROXY BIDS We reserve the right to round down bids that are less than 5% increment over our published bid steps. So bids such as £101, £1,005, £10,010 may be rounded down to £100 £1,000 and £10,000 respectively, this can mean that a bid that has been received prior to any rounded bid that was at the normal bid step can take preference.

Saturday Sale starts 11.00 am Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 97) 1)

Russia, Kahetian Railway Co. bond of 1912 for 189 roubles, brown, with coupons. GVF. (20). (£50 - £100)

2)

Russia, Kahetian Railway Co. bond of 1912 for 189 roubles, brown, with coupons. GVF. (20). (£50 - £100)

3)

Russia, Kahetian Railway Co. bond of 1912 for 189 roubles, brown, with coupons. GVF. (20). (£50 - £100)

4)

Russia, Kahetian Railway Co. bond of 1912 for 189 roubles, brown, with coupons. GVF. (20). (£50 - £100)

5)

Australia Scrip Certificates (16) The Extended Crown Cross Reef Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell Capital £20,000 (3), The Extended Crown Cross Reef Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria, Capital £40,000 (4), Victoria Scrip Certificate, The West Scotchman’s No.2 Quartz Mining Company Limited (2), The Lorne Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria (2), 7,8 and 9 North Scotchman’s Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria (2), The Mainstay Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria (2) , Parkins Reef Quartz Mining Association, Parkins Reef Tarrangower, VF, along with Australia (3), very early date old cheques, 1830, 1837 & 1839, including Hobart Town branch, various conditions, need viewing (£250 - £300)

6)

7)

Bolivia, Corocoro United Copper Mines Ltd., certificate for 25 shares, 1911, brown with vignette of miners, with coupons. VF. (10). (£50 - £70) Bolivia, Corocoro United Copper Mines Ltd., certificate for 25 shares, 1911, brown with vignette of miners, with coupons. VF. (9). (£50 - £70)

8)

Brazil, Brazil Railway Company, 1909 £100 bond, blue with train crossing bridge, no coupons. GVF. (20). (£80 - £120)

9)

Brazil, Brazil Railway Company, 1909 £100 bond, blue with

train crossing bridge, no coupons. GVF. (22). (£80 - £120) 10)

Brazil, Brazil Railway Company, 1912, £100 debenture, brown with train advencing & cattle, with coupons. Punch hole cancelled VF. (19). (£80 - £120)

11)

Canada, Anglo-Canadian Timber Company of British Columbia Ltd., unissued 6% mortgage debentures for £100, undated but circa 1912, large format with vignette of horses pulling timber, ornate brown border, with coupon sheets. EF. (10). (£80 - £100)

12)

Canada, Anglo-Canadian Timber Company of British Columbia Ltd., unissued 6% mortgage debentures for £50, undated but circa 1912, large format with vignette of horses pulling timber, ornate red border, with full coupon sheets. EF. (10). (£80 - £100)

13)

Canada, Atlantic, Quebec and Western Railway Co. £100 bond, 1910, green with vignette of train, with coupons. VF. (10). (£60 - £80)

14)

Canada, Atlantic, Quebec and Western Railway Co. £100 bond, 1910, green with vignette of train, with coupons. VF. (10). (£60 - £80)

15)

Canada, Atlantic, Quebec and Western Railway Co. £100 bond, 1910, green with vignette of train, with coupons. VF. (17). (£100 - £120)

16)

Canada, San Antonio Land & Irrigation Co. £20 bond, 1911, red with vignettes of agricultural scenes, with coupons. VF. (10). (£80 - £120)

17)

Canada, San Antonio Land & Irrigation Co. £20 bond, 1911, red with vignettes of agricultural scenes, with coupons. AVF. (10). (£80 - £120)

18)

China, 1896 5% Gold Loan £25 bond, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank issue, blue, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

19)

China, 1896 5% Gold Loan £25 bond, Deutsch-Asiatische

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20)

21)

Bank issue, blue, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

36)

China, 1896 5% Gold Loan £50 bond, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank issue, brown, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1908 5% Tientsin-Pukow Railway £20 bond, Deutsch Asiatische Bank issue, green & brown, no coupons, some with tears, AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

37)

China, 1896 5% Gold Loan £50 bond, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank issue, brown, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1911, 5% Hukuang Railways Gold Loan, £100 bond, HSBC London issue, red with steam train at top, with coupons, AVF or better. (3). (£60 - £80)

38)

China, 1912 5% Gold “Crisp” Loan, £20 bond, blue & Yelow, with coupons, generally AVF or better (10). (£100 - £150)

22)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £100 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, brown, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

39)

23)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £100 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, brown, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1913, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway 5% gold Loan, £20 bond, Unissued, #B231515, with coupons, Central fold EF. (£200 - £300)

40)

24)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £100 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, brown, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (9). (£90 - £140)

China, 1913, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway 5% gold Loan, £20 bond, Unissued, prefix “B”, with coupons, Central fold EF. (£50 - £100)

41)

25)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £25 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, red, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1918, 8% Treasury “Marconi” Bill, bond for £100, red & yellow, with coupons, on usual poor quality paper with some tears at right, AVF. (1). (£30 - £50)

42)

26)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £25 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, red, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1920, 8% Loan, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway bonds for 500 francs, brown & black, with coupons. Generally VF or better (10). (£80 - £120)

43)

27)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £25 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, red, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1920, 8% Loan, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway bonds for 500 francs, brown & black, with coupons. Generally VF or better (5). (£40 - £60)

44)

28)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £50 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, orange, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1921, 8% Loan, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway bonds for 500 francs, green & black, with coupons, EF. (10). (£80 £120)

45)

29)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £50 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, orange, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1921, 8% Loan, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway bonds for 500 francs, green & black, with coupons, EF. (18). (£150 £200)

46)

30)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £50 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, orange, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (10). (£100 - £150)

China, 1922, 8% Railway Equipment Loan, First Series, Treasury Note for £20, steam train at centre, blue, with coupons, EF. (2) (£80 - £120)

47)

31)

China, 1898 4 1/2% Gold Loan £50 bond, DeutschAsiatische Bank issue, orange, with coupons, punch hole cancelled. Generally AVF or better. (12). (£120 - £170)

China, 1922, 8% Railway Equipment Loan, First Series, Treasury Note for £20, steam train at centre, blue, with coupons, EF. (3) (£100 - £150)

48)

32)

China, 1899 Chinese Imperial Railway 5% Gold Loan, £100 bond , brown, with coupons, small tear at edge VF. (1). (£60 - £120)

China, 1936, 6% Shanghai Hangchow Ningpo Completion Loan, bond for £100, vignette of Sun Yat Sen, brown, with coupons, central fold, GVF. (1). (£40 - £60)

49)

33)

China, 1908 5% Tientsin-Pukow Railway £100 bond, London issue, orange, with coupons, GVF. (3). (£40 - £80)

China, 1936, 6% Shanghai Hangchow Ningpo Completion Loan, bond for £50, vignette of Sun Yat Sen, green, with coupons, central fold, GVF. (1). (£40 - £60)

50)

34)

China, 1908 5% Tientsin-Pukow Railway £100 bond, London issue, orange, with coupons, GVF. (3). (£40 - £80)

China, 1938, 5% Loan, Tientsin-Pukow Railway, bond for £12, red, no coupons, EF (14). (£30 - £50)

51)

35)

China, 1908 5% Tientsin-Pukow Railway £20 bond, Deutsch Asiatische Bank issue, green & brown, no coupons, AVF or better. (9). (£80 - £120)

China, 1938, 5% Loan, Tientsin-Pukow Railway, bond for £12, red, no coupons, EF (15). (£30 - £50)

52)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank

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issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750) 53)

54)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750)

55)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750)

56)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750)

57)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750)

58)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100 Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine to VF (£500 - £750)

59)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20 Banque De L’Indo - Chine Paris issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown, with coupons. Generally VF or better. (10) (£125 £250)

60)

61)

62)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20 Banque De L’Indo - Chine Paris issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown, with coupons. Generally VF or better. (10) (£125 £250) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20 Banque De L’Indo - Chine Paris issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown, with coupons. Generally VF or better. (10) (£125 £250) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20 Banque De L’Indo - Chine Paris issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown, with coupons. Generally VF or better. (10) (£125 £250)

63)

China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20 Banque De L’Indo - Chine Paris issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown, with coupons. Generally VF or better. (10) (£125 £250)

64)

China, Lo Kai Fook Silk Store, Johnson Company coupons,

value $100, unused. Small format, EF (32). (£20 - £30) 65)

Egypt, Cairo Electric Railways and Heliopolis Oases Co. certificate for one share, 1911, brown, vignette of Cairo, with coupons. AVF. (11). (£40 - £60)

66)

Egypt, Cairo Electric Railways and Heliopolis Oases Co. certificate for one share, 1911, brown, vignette of Cairo, with coupons. VF. (19). (£80 - £120)

67)

Great Britain, 3 1/2 % War Loan £1000 bond 1962 (14), 1972 (4), 1973 (4). Some creased, others VF. (22). (£80 £120)

68)

Great Britain, Barclays Bank Ltd., Ordinary Stock certificates (12) dated from 1959-1961. VF. (12). (£50 - £70)

69)

Great Britain, Celtic (plc.) Formerly The Celtic Football and Athletic Company Ltd., share certificates (2) dated 1999, background vintage photograph of team players GVF. (2). (£20 - £30)

70)

Great Britain, F.W. Woolworth & Co. Ltd. share certificates dated 1944-1960, blue. Generally VF. (18). (£40 - £60)

71)

Great Britain, Oriental Inland Steam Co. £10 share certificate, 1858, small format. Generally EF. (15). (£60 £80)

72)

Great Britain, Oriental Inland Steam Co. £10 share certificate, 1858, small format. Generally EF. (15). (£60 £80)

73)

Great Britain, Taylors (Cash Chemists) London Ltd. share certificates, 1929-1950(three designs), AVF or better many cut cancelled across signatures. (15). (£20 - £40)

74)

Great Britain, The Common Fund Co. Ltd. scrip certificate for 100 £20 shares, 1869, ornate design with globe etc., small format. EF. (18). (£60 - £80)

75)

Great Britain, Western Counties Shipping Co. Ltd. debenture certificates for £100, 1920, blue. AEF. (16). (£40 - £60)

76)

India, The Ahmedabad Jupiter Spinning, Weaving and Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 1935, green, with cancelled stamps, unissued. EF. (25). (£20 - £30)

77)

India, The Ahmedabad Jupiter Spinning, Weaving and Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 1935, green, with cancelled stamps, unissued. Some with damage at corners, others EF.. (25). (£20 - £30)

78)

Mexico, Compania Minera Borda Antigua v Anexas en Tlalpujuahua, $50 share certificates, 1912, with coupons. EF. (20). (£30 - £50)

79)

Mexico, Compania Minera Borda Antigua v Anexas en Tlalpujuahua, $50 share certificates, 1912, with coupons. EF. (30). (£40 - £60)

80)

Mexico, National Railways of Mexico, certificate for 10 shares 1909, green, with coupons, red UK Two Shilling

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revenue stamps. GVF. (22). (£60 - £80)

(£120 - £150)

81)

Mexico, S.A. Mineral de Mazapil $100 certificate, 1894, orange & black with vignette of miners, with coupons. EF. (20). (£100 - £150)

96)

United States, The Peoria and Eastern Railway Company share certificates, brown with vignette of steam train, dated 1960’s. VF with punch holes (47). (£30 - £50)

82)

Mexico, State of Tamaulipas 5% bond for 500 pesos, 1907, green with vignatte of port, with coupons. GVF. (1 0). (£80 - £120)

97)

United States, Tuolumne Copper Mining Company share certificates, brown with vignette of miners, dated 19161918. VF with punch holes (64). (£30 - £50)

83)

Romania 500 Lei Steaua Romana Societe Anonyme Petroleum shares 1924 (15) Fine each with some coupons (£30 - £40)

84)

Russia, City of Moscow Loan, 1912, bond for 189 roubles, yellow, with coupons. About VF. (16). (£60 - £80)

85)

Russia, Grand Russian Railway Co., 3% bonds for 125 roubles (metallic), third issue 1881, ornate border with city and industrial views, black on green paper, with talons. Some creased otherwise GVF. (30). (£100 - £150)

86)

Russia, Imperial Land Mortgage Bank for the Nobility, 1898, bond for 150 roubles, green & black, some with coupons. VF. (47). (£30 - £50)

87)

Russia, The Russian South-Eastern Railway Co. £100 bond of 1914, blue with coupons. GVF. (21). (£50 - £100)

88)

Russia, Tramways de Taschkent S.A., certificate dated Bruxelles 1897, attractive Art deco design in blue, brown & yellow, with coupons. EF. (10). (£80 - £120)

89)

Russia, Tramways de Taschkent S.A., certificate dated Bruxelles 1897, attractive Art deco design in blue, brown & yellow, with coupons. EF. (10). (£80 - £120)

90)

Russia, Tramways de Taschkent S.A., certificate dated Bruxelles 1897, attractive Art deco design in blue, brown & yellow, with coupons. EF. (5). (£50 - £100)

91)

South Africa, British South Africa Company share certificates, 1955-1962, black & pink. AVF with ring binder holes. (5) (£20 - £30)

English Banknotes (lots 98 - 172) 98)

99)

Bradbury (4), collection of Treasury notes, 1 Pound T11 issued 1914 series F/17 37790, small area missing to bottom border and an edge nick to top, generally Fine, 10 Shillings T13 issued 1915 series S1/70 056156, about VF to VF, 1 Pound issued 1917 FIRST SERIES A/24 431942, one set of staple holes, good VF, 10 Shillings T18 issued 1918 series A/3 156998, number with dash, a few pinholes, inked annotations on reverse, good Fine (£400 - £500) Bradbury One Pound T11.1 second issue 1914, series K/31 07176, portrait King George V at top left, (Pick349a), original about VF (£100 - £150)

100) Bradbury Ten Shillings T12.2 issued 1915, series C1/15 24619, portrait King George V at top left, (Pick348a), original about EF (£100 - £200) 101) Bradbury Ten Shillings T12.1 issued 1915, nice number series B/50 22233, portrait King George V at top left, (Pick348a), cleaned and pressed, VF (£120 - £150) 102) Treasury, Bank of England & Provincial (13), Bradbury 10 Shillings T12.1, Warren Fisher 10 Shillings T25, 1 Pound T31, O’Brien 5 Pounds white note dated 1955, Stamford Spalding & Boston Bank 5 Pounds (4), Bank of England Catterns 1 Pound (4) B225 issued 1930, 10 Shillings b223 issued 1930, mixed grades (£250 - £350)

92)

S o u t h A f r i c a , D e B e e rs C o n s o l i d a t e d m i n e s Limited,certificates for five shares, 1902-1927, black & green most with coupons. Fair with creases and tears. (10). (£20 - £30)

103) Bradbury Ten Shillings (2), T12.3 issued 1915 series C2/87 03352 (next to last series, last issue being C2/88), portrait King George V at top left, (Pick348a), good Fine to about VF, scarcer issue for this type, T13.2 issued 1915 series Q1/9 098845, portrait King George V at top left, (Pick348a), good VF (£140 - £280)

93)

S o u t h A f r i c a , D e B e e rs C o n s o l i d a t e d m i n e s Limited,certificates for five shares, 1902-1927, black & green with coupons. Fair with creases and tears. (12). (£30 - £50)

104) Bradbury Ten Shillings T15 issued 1915, Dardanelles overprint ‘Piastres silver 60’, series Z/25 043004, (Pick348b), edge nicks and holes, dirt & rust marks, VG (£120 - £200)

94)

United States, Little Miami Railroad Co. (Ohio), 20 certificates for $50 shares, dated Cincinnati 1875, vignette of early steam train at top, small cancellation holes otherwise VF or better. (20) (£60 - £80)

105) Bradbury Ten Shillings T20 issued 1918 red serial B/19 063914, No. with dash, (Pick350b), original EF to good EF (£150 - £250)

95)

United States, Mobile & Alabama Grand Trunk Railroadco. 7% Loan, 10 bonds for $1,000, green & black with attractive vignettes of steam train, mining scene, with coupons. Printed by the Continental Banknote Company. EF. (10).

106) Warren Fisher (11), a collection of Treasury notes, 1 Pound T24 (3) issued 1919 including a first series, 10 Shillings T25 (2) issued 1919 including a last series, 10 Shillings T30 issued 1922, 1 Pound T31 (3) issued 1923, 10 Shillings T33 issued 1927, 1 Pound T34 issued 1927, mixed grades Fine

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to about Uncirculated (£500 - £700) 107) Bradbury One Pound T3.3 issued 1914, series J/25 002128, (Pick347), pressed about EF, looks better (£250 - £400)

108) Bradbury Ten Shillings T9 issued 1914, series A/11 225620, (Pick346), pressed VF looks a lot better (£150 - £250) 109) Five Pounds (20), Page issued 1971 (4), Somerset Issued 1980 & 1987 (5), Gill issued 1988 (6), Kentfield issued 1993 (3) and Lowther issued 2002 (2), last series noted, mixed grades (£170 - £200)

113) Harvey Five Pounds B209a dated 5th April 1924 series 336/D 71822, London issue, (Pick312a), original about VF (£200 - £300) 114) Harvey Ten Pounds B209b dated 19th January 1924 series 062/L 32875, London issue, (Pick313), cleaned & pressed EF (£380 - £500)

110) Nairne Five Pounds B208bf issued 8th April 1915, scarce MANCHESTER branch note, series 73/T 15415, lightly cleaned and pressed, EF looks about Uncirculated, scarce in this condition (£1,000 - £1,500)

115) Bank of England (143), in 3 albums, a varied collection ranging from 10 Shillings to 50 Pounds with signature varieties from Mahon to Bailey, in mixed grades, also “Collectors Banknotes Treasury & B.of E.” 14th edition book, an interesting and varied collection, viewing recommended (£1,100 - £1,600) 111) Harvey Five Pounds B209a dated 11th February 1924 series 312/D 23461, London issue, (Pick312a), pressed EF looks better (£300 - £400)

116) Mahon Five Pounds white note B215 dated 23rd November 1926 series 304/U 10445, scarce Manchester branch issue, (Pick320b), original VF, rare (£800 - £1,200) 117) Bank of England (36), including Treasury 1 Pound Warren Fisher, white 5 Pounds Beale, Catterns 1 Pound, other notes ranging from 10 Shillings to 20 Pounds, Peppiatt to Cleland, plus 2 provincial notes, Darlington Bank & Durham Bank 5 Pounds cut cancelled, plus a small range (5) of printers test and IBNS advertisment notes, mixed grades (£250 - £400)

112) Harvey Five Pounds B209a dated 27th December 1921 series C/48 02383, London issue, (Pick312a), cleaned & pressed EF looks better (£300 - £400)

118) Catterns Five pounds white notes B228 (2) both dated 13th May 1930, a consecutively numbered pair series 374/H 37763 & 374/H 37764, (Pick328a), both have a small bank stamp on reverse, in PMG holders graded 55 About Uncirculated & 58 Choice About Uncirculated, rare in this condition and as a consecutive pair (£400 - £600)

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125) Peppiatt One Pound B239A Guernsey overprint series D48A 284307, “Withdrawn from circulation September 18th, 1941.”, (Pick363h), lightly pressed good VF (£160 - £250) 126) Peppiatt Five Pounds white note B241e dated 2nd November 1937 series T/267 60115, LIVERPOOL branch note, (Pick335b), 2 small edge nicks at bottom, scarce branch issue, VF to good VF (£380 - £500) 119) Bank of England (13), Catterns 1 Pound, Peppiatt 1 Pound & 10 Shillings WW2 issues, Peppiatt 10 shillings 1934 unthreaded, Beale 1 Pound & 10 Shillings, O Brien 10 Shillings, 1 Pound and 5 Pounds Lion & Key, Hollom & Fforde 10 Shillings, Somerset 1 Pound & 50 Pounds, many in high grade, viewing recommended (£120 - £250) 120) Bank of England (187), a collection of 1 Pound and 10 Shilling notes ranging from Peppiatt to Somerset, including some WW2 emergency notes, in mixed grades some Uncirculated (£200 - £300) 121) Bank of England (52) face value £235, 50 Pounds signed Somerset B352 series B20 708851, VF, 20 Pounds signed Somerset B350 including a consecutively numbered pair, about Uncirculated, 10 Pounds (2) signed Somerset B347 issued 1980, good EF, 10 Pounds (2) signed Somerset B348 a consecutively numbered pair series AT79 104412 & AT79 104413, about Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (4) signed Gill B357 a consecutively numbered run series A81 229797 to A81 229800, Uncirculated, an assortment of 1 Pound notes (31) signed Page and Somerset, many consecutively numbered pairs and small runs seen, a few other 5 Pounds, 1 Pound and 10 Shilling notes, mixed grades (£250 - £350) 122) Bank of England (6), Peppiatt 1 Pound issued 1934 series 46O 712699, unthreaded type, about Uncirculated, Peppiatt 10 Shillings issued 1948 series 65H 456744, threaded type, Uncirculated, O’Brien 5 Pounds issued 1957 series D67 466361, lion & key, about Uncirculated, O’ Brien 10 Shillings issued 1961 first series A68 882884, about Uncirculated, Fforde 1 Pound issued 1967 series U45E 056568, ‘G’ on reverse, about Uncirculated, Beale 1 Pound issued 1950 series N13C 080107, VF (£50 - £100)

127) Peppiatt Ten Pounds B242 (2) German Operation Bernhard forgery WW2 both dated 16th March 1935 a consecutively numbered pair series K/144 25723 & K/144 25724, (Pick336B), in PMG holders graded 64 Choice Uncirculated and 63EPQ Choice Uncirculated, exceptional paper quality, scarce as a consecutive pair (£200 - £400) 128) Peppiatt Operation Bernhard Germany Forgeries WW2 (17), white notes, 50 Pounds (2), 20 Pounds (2), 10 Pounds (11), 5 Pounds (2), nice group in mixed grades (£700 £1,000) 129) Peppiatt One Pound (13) B249 blue emergency issue 1940, a consecutively numbered run series J30E 870022 - J30E 870034, wartime issue, (Pick367a), light toning, almost Uncirculated (£180 - £250) 130) Peppiatt One Pound B250 blue emergency wartime issue 1940, REPLACEMENT series S04H 443117, (Pick367r), good EF to EF, scarce in high grade (£200 - £250)

123) Peppiatt 1 Pound B239 issued 1934 scarce LAST RUN series L39A 586475, (Pick363c), good EF and very rare (£100 £200) 124) Peppiatt One Pound B239A Guernsey overprint series C37A 977198, “Withdrawn from circulation September 18th, 1941.”, (Pick363h), good Fine (£180 - £250) 131) Peppiatt Ten Shillings (6), Peppiatt mauve WW2 issue (4) B251, EF or better, Peppiatt 1934 unthreaded issue B236 More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


series 40W 961395, good VF, and O’Brien B271 issued 1955 series N88Y 478222, good EF (£80 - £120) 132) Peppiatt Ten Shillings B251 (2) mauve emergency issue 1940, a pair of consecutively numbered notes series D89D 968354 & D89D 968355, wartime issue, (Pick366), about Uncirculated to Uncirculated (£100 - £150)

143) Catterns Five pounds white notes B228 (2) both dated 1st June 1932, a consecutively numbered pair series 208/J 52323 & 208/J 52324, (Pick328a), in PMG holders graded 45 Choice Extremely Fine (minor rust mark) and 45EPQ Choice Extremely Fine exceptional paper quality, rare in this condition and as a consecutive pair (£400 - £600)

133) Peppiatt Five Pounds white note B255 dated 5th October 1944, series E29 051105, London issue, thicker paper issue, (Pick342), EF (£120 - £175) 134) One Pound Beale B268 issued 1950 scarce last series L17J 143631, (Pick369b), EF (£40 - £60) 135) Bank of England (104), including Beale white 5 Pounds dated 1949, large number of Page 1 Pounds first run and first series with some consecutive numbers seen, a varied collection ranging from 10 Shillings to 20 Pounds, signatures from Peppiatt to Kentfield, some consecutively numbered runs, some replacement notes and some first series notes, mixed grades including Uncirculated, well worth viewing (£500 - £700) 136) Bank of England (11) plus a few world notes (4), including Beale white 5 Pounds dated 1951, Kentfield 5 Pounds FIRST RUN AC01 001960, and a range of 10 Shillings, mixed grades (£50 - £100) 137) O’Brien 10 Shillings (33), B271 issued 1955, a consecutively numbered run of 33 notes series U47Y 871768 - U47Y 871800, (Pick368c), all Uncirculated or about (£350 - £600) 138) Bank of England (25), including O’Brien white 5 Pounds (3) dated 1955 & 1956, Hollom & Page 10 Pounds including some first series and a range of 1 Pound and 10 Shilling notes, mixed grades, along with coins mostly 20th Century bronze pennies from circulation (£110 - £200) 139) Bank of England, Scotland and world collection (264 notes), strength in Bank of England especially 5 Pounds (approx 100 notes), Scotland (27), other world notes including Ireland, Isle of Man, Canada, Singapore etc., mixed grades and needs viewing (£820 - £1,250) 140) O’Brien 5 Pounds (12) Lion & Key B277 & B280 issued 1957 & 1961, including a first series note A97 766490, a consecutively numbered pair series H79 727967 & H79 727968, the majority EF and better (£200 - £300) 141) Bank of England (27), O’Brien 1 Pound (17) B281 & B282, 3 x first series notes with highest prefix A99, including a pair of consecutively numbered notes, a consecutively numbered pair of ‘01’ notes series B01 574516 & B01 574517, a consecutively numbered pair of ‘99’ notes series 99R 929127 & 99R 929128, plus a consecutively numbered run of 10 notes series 11K 903381 to 11K 903390, also Fforde 10 Shillings (10), B310, a consecutively numbered run series C91N 645636 - C91N 645645, all Uncirculated or about (£50 - £100) 142) O’Brien 1 Pound (30) B281 issued 1960, a consecutively numbered run of 30 notes series Y18 071235 - Y18 071264, (Pick374a), about Uncirculated (£60 - £80)

144) Fforde Ten Shillings (68), Fforde B310 issued 1967 a consecutively numbered run of last series notes D02N 393321 to D02N 393388, (Pick373c), Uncirculated (£100 - £200) 145) Page 1 Pound (12) B323, REPLACEMENT notes issued 1970, two consecutively numbered runs series MS26 264900 MS26 264906 and MS26 264913 - MS264917, (Pick374gr), about Uncirculated to Uncirculated (£40 - £60) 146) Page 10 Pounds (4) plus Hollom 10 Pounds (1), Page 10 Pounds B327 (3) issued 1971, scarce REPLACEMENT notes prefixes M04, M09 & M10, about Uncirculated to EF, Page B326 issued 1971 series C10 952042, EF, Hollom B299 issued 1964 series A30 672865, about Uncirculated (£100 - £200) 147) Bank of England (81), a range of 1 Pound (52) and 10 Shillings (29), FIRST & LAST RUN, REPLACEMENT, first and last series and consecutively numbered notes seen, signature range from Peppiatt to Somerset, good mix with many in high grade including Uncirculated, needs viewing (£100 - £200) 148) Somerset Twenty pounds (2) B351 issued 1984, FIRST RUN notes, one with low number series 01A 000546 & 01A 138473, William Shakespeare on reverse, (Pick380d), about Uncirculated and Uncirculated (£100 - £200) 149) Gill Fifty Pounds B356 issued 1988 scarce FIRST RUN series C01 886182, Sir Christopher Wren on reverse, (Pick381b), about Uncirculated to Uncirculated (£100 - £200) 150) Kentfield Five Pounds (8) B362 issued 1991 (5) FIRST RUN issues with low numbers series R01 000091, R01 000208 and a consecutively numbered run series R01 000202 to R01 000204, B363 issued 1993 (2) First Run issues series AA01 006370 & AA01 846882, B364 issued 1993 with VERY

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LOW serial number AC02 000003, all Uncirculated or about (£120 - £200) 151) Kentfield Ten Pounds B367 issued 1992, scarce EXPERIMENTAL series Z90 360049, Z90 is the only prefix known for this series, Uncirculated and scarce thus (£70 - £150)

Lowther B384 issued 1999 LAST RUN series DA80 999601 (from Debden set C148), Uncirculated, Lowther B386 (5) including 4 FIRST RUN notes series prefix AA01, Bailey B402 (2) including a Column Sort series BL37 485737, Uncirculated, Bailey B403 REPLACEMENT note series LL25 795085, Uncirculated, Bailey B405 (2) Uncirculated, very nice high grade set of notes (£400 - £600)

152) Bank of England (70), a very interesting and varied collection with FIRST RUN, LAST RUN, EXPERIMENTAL, REPLACEMENT and consecutively numbered runs seen, O’Brien 1 Pound B283 experimental series A01N, B281 first run series A01, and a number of replacement notes, Hollom 10 Shillings, 1 Pound & 5 Pounds a selection of replacement notes, Hollom 10 Shillings B295 first run series 01A, Fforde 1 Pound, a collection of replacement notes and first and last runs, 5 pounds 2 replacement notes, Page 5 Pounds (28) in 2 consecutively numbered runs, Page 1 Pound B339A scarce experimental issue series 81R, first run notes series A01 and A01N, Gill 50 Pounds series C12 348300, signature range O’Brien to Lowther with values from 10 Shilling to 50 Pounds, plus a Stockton on Tees Bank 5 Pounds provincial note, mixed grades veiwing recommended (£500 - £1,000)

157) Fifty Pounds (8), Somerset B352 issued 1981 series B80 873103, Uncirculated, Kentfield B377 issued 1994 FIRST RUN series A01 004233, about Uncirculated, Lowther B385 (2) issued 1999 FIRST RUN series J01 000638, about Uncirculated, and COLUMN SORT series L28 877512, Uncirculated, Bailey B402 (3) issued 2004 including FIRST RUN series L01 234548 about EF and rare, plus 2 further L prefix notes, Uncirculated and about Uncirculated, Salmon B410 issued 2011 FIRST RUN series AA01 653366, Uncirculated, very nice high grade set of notes (£450 £600)

153) Bank of England (76), in 4 albums, a varied collection ranging from 10 Shillings to 50 Pounds with signature varieties from Mahon to Bailey, in mixed grades, an interesting and varied collection, viewing recommended (£750 - £1,000)

159) British Armed Forces (45) & British Military Authority (6) in Hendon album with slipcase, full set of BMA from 6 Pence to 1 Pound issued 1943 (PickM1 - PickM6), full set of BAF first series 3 Pence to 1 Pound issued 1946 (PickM9 PickM15), 3 x full sets of second series 3 Pence to 5 Pounds issued 1948 (PickM16 - PickM23), a 1 Shilling, 10 Shillings and 1 Pound from both the third and fourth series, plus a few other duplicated notes, the majority are Uncirculated, viewing recommended (£200 - £400)

154) Five Pounds (43) including O’Brien white note dated 1956, Lion & Key C01 prefix, Page (2) last series prefixes EZ30 & EZ29, Somerset (2) FIRST RUN series RA01 and last series DN01, Gill (7) including 6 FIRST RUN notes prefix A01, Kentfield (3), Lowther (19) including FIRST RUN (14) prefix HA01, FIRST RUN (2) prefix EA01, REPLACEMENT note series LL50 925382, Bailey (8), mixed grades many in high grade inc. Uncirculated (£250 - £350) 155) Ten Pounds (22), Somerset B346 issued 1980 first prefix of LAST RUN series Z01 064147, about Uncirculated, Somerset B349 issued 1987 FIRST RUN series CS01 853226, Uncirculated, Gill B354 (3) issued 1988 FIRST RUN consecutively numbered pair series DR01 757318 & DR01 757319, Uncirculated & LAST SERIES JR27 098605, Uncirculated, Kentfield B360 (3) issued 1991 FIRST, LAST & MID RUN series KN01 500540, KN88 219842 & KR30 618677, Uncirculated or about, Kentfield B366 (2) issued 1992 FIRST RUN series A01 000906 & A01 253728, Uncirculated, B369 (4) issued 1993 FIRST RUN series prefix DD01 all with low numbers, Uncirculated, Lowther (3) with 3 interesting prefixes AA01, LA80 and VR10, Uncirculated and about, Bailey (5) including a near SOLID number series DH11 111110, Uncirculated (£250 - £500) 156) Twenty Pounds (18), Page B238 issued 1970 mid run ‘01’ prefix series C01 668232, Uncirculated, Gill B355 issued 1988 mid run ‘01’ prefix series 01T 660679, about Uncirculated, Gill B358 issued 1991 FIRST RUN series A01 999828 (from Debden set C102), about Uncirculated, Kentfield B371 issued 1991 FIRST RUN series E01 001046 and series R26 243821, both Uncirculated, Kentfield B374 issued 1993 FIRST RUN series X01 001476, Uncirculated,

158) Salmon Fifty Pounds B410 (2) issued 2011, FIRST RUN notes series AA01 644499 & AA01 644469, Matthew Bolton & James Watt on reverse, (Pick393b), Uncirculated and about (£140 - £200)

160) British Armed Forces (over 1500) in box, examples from 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th series, NAAFI overprint seen, much duplication, many Uncirculated (£150 - £300) 161) British Military Authority (144), 6 Pence (9), 1 Shilling (72), 2 Shillings 6 Pence (28), 5 Shillings (18) and 10 Shillings (17), issued 1943, mixed grades (£200 - £350) 162) British Military Authority (6), full set 6 Pence, 1 Shilling, 2 Shillings 6 Pence, 5 Shillings, 10 Shillings and 1 Pound issued 1943, (PickM1- PickM6), high grade set, EF or better (£80 - £120) 163) Debden sets (4) and other Philatelic/Numismatic cover editions (2), Debden C103 Gill 5 Pounds & 20 Pounds with matching serial number SE68 722562 & 20U 722562, late cyphers 1991 in leatherette binder, limited edition only 400 issued, Debden C104 Kentfield 10 Pounds first & last with matching serial numbers A01 999339 & KR30 999339 in leatherette binder, limited edition only 1500 issued, Debden C123 Kentfield 5 Pounds series HM50 001097 along with a cupro-nickel 5 Pound coin, commemorating the Queens Golden Wedding Anniversary, Debden C130 Kentfield 5 Pounds series PW50 000099 along with a cupronickel 5 Pound coin, commemorating Prince of Wales 50th birthday, Page 1 Pound EW74 835332 along with 1 pound coin dated 1998 first day cover, Fforde 10 Shillings C21N 670906 along with 2 x 50 Pence coins, commemorative coin cover (£100 - £200)

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164) Debden set C145 Bank of England, last Kentfield 50 Pound & first Lowther 50 Pounds with matching number H99 999925 & J01 999925, limited edition only 1500 sets issued, UNC (£120 - £200) 165) ERROR Five Pounds Page B334 issued 1973, Duke of Wellington completely missing from reverse, a major missing print error, (Pick378b), good VF (£120 - £180) 166) Cardigan 1 guinea dated 18xx (1830-90) an unissued remainder, printer Johnston & Co, Bristol, (Outing 427b), VF (£80 - £100) 167) England Provincial notes (2), Plymouth-Dock Bank, Devonshire 5 Pounds dated 1st September 1923 series No.1624, for Thomas Clinton Shiells & Henry Incledon Johns., (Outing 683e) Fine, Dartmouth General Bank 1 Pound dated 1822 series No.B7092 for John Hine & Henry Joseph Holdsworth (Outing 639a), Fine (£50 - £100)

unpriced in Pick (PickS819b), Fine and rare (£80 - £150) 177) Asia (139), majority China and Cambodia plus a few other world notes, much dupilication, mixed grades (£50 - £80) 178) Australia (5), 10 Shillings issued 1961 - 1965 series AH64 061774, portrait Mathew Flinders at right, (Pick33a), 1 Pound (4) issued 1961 - 1965, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick34a), all signed Coombs & Wilson, high grade collection, good EF to about Uncirculated (£250 - £350) 179) Australia 1 Pound issued 1927 series K/21 536862, portrait King George V at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, (Pick16c), good Fine (£100 - £200) 180) Australia 1 Pound issued 1927 series K/32 699720, portrait King George V at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, (Pick16c), good VF (£250 - £350)

168) Henley & Oxfordshire Bank 1 Pound dated 1820 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928a), mounted in a picture frame, edge damage, looks VG, scarce note (£100 - £200) 169) Narberth & Pembrokeshire Bank 1 Pound (2), scarce provincial notes dated 1820 & 182x, for David Saer, Benj. Thomas & Co., with punched cancellation hole, one also has 2 small burn holes, (Outing1478), ink annotations on reverse, Fine and rare (£100 - £200) 170) Prisoners of War notes WW2 (3), 6 Pence Camp No.554, VF, 6 Pence Camp No.119, missing corner good Fine, 3 Pence Camp No. not visible, large stain about Fine, WD (War Department) in underprint at centre, various handstamps and annotations (£80 - £120)

181) Australia 1 Pound issued 1933 - 1938 series M/18 207164, portrait King George V at right, Commonwealth of Australia, signed E. C. Riddle & H. J. Sheehan, (Pick22), cleaned & pressed, VF+ looks better (£100 - £200) 182) Australia 1 Pound issued 1949 series I/54 312449, portrait King George VI at right, signed Coombs & Watt, (Pick26c), Uncirculated and hard to find in this condition (£120 £180)

171) Advertising, Promotional, Test, Training notes (20), along with a selection of older edition coin and paper money catalogues and related books (23), unsuitable for posting due to weight (£80 - £150)

183) Australia 10 Pounds issued 1949 series V/18 539510, portrait King George VI at centre, signed Coombs & Watt, (Pick28c), good VF (£150 - £250)

172) Cheques, a quantity from assorted British Banks, all used. Generally GVF. (64). (£80 - £100)

184) Australia 10 Pounds issued 1954 - 1959 series WA/03 219540, portrait Gov. Arthur Phillip at left, signed Coombs & Wilson, (Pick32a), pressed EF (£100 - £200)

World Banknotes (lots 173- 398)

173) Fiji 5 Dollars issued 1974 series A/5 505985, signed Barnes & Tomkins, (Pick73c), good EF (£100 - £150) 174) Algeria Benisaf Compagnie de Mokta-el-Hadid, good for 1 Franc dated 25th August 1915, light glue residue on reverse, pinholes, about VF (£30 - £50) 175) Allied Military Currency from WW2 (475), large collection with Italy (79), France (102), Germany (139) and Japan (155), some consecutively numbered runs seen, much duplication, in mixed grades including some Uncirculated (£200 - £300) 176) Argentina 1/2 Medio Real Plata Boliviano dated 1st January 1875, red serial number 483602, stamped signature,

185) Australia 10 Pounds issued 1954 - 1959, a consecutively numbered pair series WA/03 193012 & WA/03 193013, portrait Gov. Arthur Phillip at left, signed Coombs & Wilson, (Pick32a), original EF (£300 - £400) 186) Australia 10 Pounds issued 1960 - 1965 series WA/59 100729, portrait Governor Phillip at left, signed Coombs & Wilson, (Pick36a), cleaned & pressed EF (£100 - £200) 187) Australia 5 Pounds issued 1941 series R/52 497436, portrait King George VI at left, signed Armitage & Wilson, (Pick27b), pressed good VF (£100 - £200) 188) Australia 5 Pounds issued 1954 - 1959 series TA/41 310932, portrait Sir John Franklin at right, signed Coombs & Wilson, (Pick31a), pressed VF (£50 - £100) 189) Australia 5 Pounds issued 1960 - 1965 series TC/60 257088, portrait Sir John Franklin at right, signed Coombs & Wilson,

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(Pick35a), cleaned & pressed VF (£50 - £100) 190) Australia Commonwealth 1 Pound (2), issued 1942 series J/48 622520 & H/47 237430, signed Armitage & McFarlane, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick26b), cleaned & pressed good VF (£100 - £150) 191) Australia Commonwealth 1 Pound issued 1949, series W/30 034617 signed Coombs & Watt, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick26c), cleaned & pressed good VF (£50 £100) 192) Australia Commonwealth 10 Shillings (2) series F/81 866119, signed Armitage & McFarlane issued 1942 and series B/37 884567 signed Coombs & Wilson issued 1952, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick25b & Pick25d), cleaned & pressed VF (£50 - £100) 193) Australia high grade lot (74), 1 Dollar mostly signed Johnston & Stone (48) split into 5 consecutively numbered runs plus a few others and one signed Knight & Wheeler, 2 Dollars (20) with signature combinations Knight & Stone, Johnston & Stone, Johnston & Fraser, many consecutively numbered notes seen, 5 Dollars polymer issues (3) and a Five Dollar first and last folder featuring the last paper note and the first plastic note, dated 1992, the majority Uncirculated or about (£120 - £150) 194) Australia, Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fifty Pounds SPECIMEN printer’s proof by Perkins Bacon & Co., black and white uniface, Brisbane branch 18xx, pencil notation “31st January 1857” in lower margin, corners removed, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, tiny edge nick, large stain top and bottom otherwise extremely fine and very rare. (£500 - £750)

196) Australia, Bank of Australasia, Five Pounds SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface on card by Perkins Bacon & Petch, ADELAIDE branch 18xx, pencil notation “April 17th ‘52” in lower margin, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, almost Uncirculated and very rare especially in this condition. (£500 - £750) 197) Australia, Bank of Australasia, Five Pounds SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface on card by Perkins Bacon & Petch, MELBOURNE branch 18xx, pencil notation in lower margin, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, some staining to reverse, EF and rare (£500 - £750) 198) Australia, Bank of Australasia, Five Pounds SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface on card by Perkins Bacon & Petch, SYDNEY branch 18xx, pencil notation “29th March ‘52” in lower margin, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, adhesive marks on reverse from previous mounting otherwise good EF and rare (£500 - £750) 199) Australia, Bank of Australasia, One Pound SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface by Perkins Bacon & Co, without branch name, 18xx, pencil notation in lower margin partially cut off, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, some light dirt otherwise about Uncirculated and rare in this condition (£500 - £750) 200) Australia, Bank of Australasia, One Pound SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface by Perkins Bacon & Petch, MELBOURNE branch 18xx, pencil notation “ May 22nd 1857” in lower margin, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, some light dirt otherwise about Uncirculated and especially rare in this condition (£500 - £750)

195) Australia, Bank of Australasia printer’s Proof One Pound ADELAIDE branch 1st July 1908 by Perkins Bacon & Co on card, black & white uniface, a complete note with 3-hole cancellation on signature line, pencil notation “2 - 6 - 08”, corners removed, adhesive marks on reverse from previous mounting, some light dirt/marks, generally EF and rare (£500 - £750)

201) Australia, Bank of Australasia, One Pound SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface on card by Perkins Bacon & Co., scarce NEWCASTLE branch 18xx, pencil notation “July 6th 1854” in lower margin, corners removed, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, light marks on reverse otherwise almost Uncirculated and very rare especially in this condition. (£500 - £750) 202) Australia, Bank of Australasia, Twenty Pounds SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface by Perkins Bacon & Co., CASTLEMAINE branch Victoria, pencil notation “ Augt. 31st 1863” in lower margin, corners removed, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, some light dirt otherwise about Uncirculated and especially rare in this condition (£500 - £750) 203) Australia, Bank of New South Wales, One Pound printer’s proof, black and white uniface by Charles, Skipper & East, SYDNEY branch New South Wales, 18xx, 2 small pinholes,

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some dirt/stains, otherwise EF (£500 - £750) 204) Bahamas Government 50 Cents (3), dated 1965 a consecutively numbered pair series A101813 & A101814 and one other only one number away from being consecutive to the previous 2 series A101816, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at left, (Pick17a), the last one has some light staining, good EF (£80 - £120) 205) Banknotes of all Nations the Franklin Mint’s impressive collection comprising a first day cover with bank note insert from 130 different countries all UNC in the green box of issue (£200 - £300) 206) Barbados (7), 100 Dollars issued 2000 series E21 169825, (Pick65) about Uncirculated, 50 Dollars issued 2000 series J17 782586, (Pick64) Uncirculated, 50 Dollars issued 1997 series J4 855355, (Pick51) Uncirculated, 20 Dollars issued 1996 series D31 113700, (Pick49) about Uncirculated, 20 Dollars issued 1997 series D34 418602, (Pick50) Uncirculated, 10 Dollars (2) issued 1995, (Pick48), Uncirculated, very high grade lot (£140 - £180) 207) Belize (11), 20 Dollars (2) dated 1997, 10 Dollars (7) dated 1991, 1997 & 2001, 5 Dollars (1) dated 1996 and 2 Dollars (1) dated 2005, Uncirculated (£180 - £250) 208) Belize (5), 5 Dollars (2) first date of issue 1st June 1980 series J/1 194535 & J/1 855428, (Pick39a), 1 Dollar first date of issue 1st June 1980 series A/1 521508, (Pick38a), 1 Dollar (2) dated 1st November 1983, a consecutively numbered pair series A/9 243601 & A/9 243602, (Pick46a), all Uncirculated (£135 - £180) 209) Belize 2 Dollars dated 1st June 1975 series B/1 184263, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick34b), Uncirculated (£60 - £80) 210) Belize 5 Dollars dated 1st January 1976 series C/2 620912, portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick35b), Uncirculated (£140 - £180) 211) Bermuda (12), 20 Dollars dated 2000 (Pick53a), 10 Dollars dated 1997 (Pick42c), 5 Dollars dated 1989 (Pick35b), 2 Dollars (5) dated 1988, 1989, 1997, 2000 including low numbers and a consecutively numbered pair, 1 Dollar (2) dated 1970 a consecutively numbered pair A/3 prefix, (Pick23a), and further 1 Dollar (2) dated 1970 & 1982, (Pick23a & Pick28b), the 5 Dollars VF the rest about Uncirculated and Uncirculated (£135 - £180) 212) Bermuda (4), collection of low number notes, 50 Dollars dated 20th February 1989 series B/1 000330, (Pick38), 50 Dollars dated 2nd June 2003 series D/2 000463, commemorative issue 50 years Queen Elizabeth II coronation (Pick56), 50 Dollars dated 12th October 1992 series C/C 000343, commemorative issue Christopher Columbus Quincentenary (Pick40), 20 Dollars dated 24th May 2000 series D/1 000581 (Pick53a), all Uncirculated (£300 - £400) 213) Bermuda (7), 5 Shillings (4) dated 1st May 1957, (Pick18b) EF to about Uncirculated, 10 Shillings dated 1st May 1957, (Pick19b) about EF, 1 Pound dated 1st May 1957, (Pick20c)

good VF, 1 Pound dated 1st October 1966, (Pick20d) good EF, nice high grade collection (£320 - £450) 214) Bermuda Government uniface COLOUR TRIAL for the reverse of the 1 Dollar 1970 issue, (Pick23 for type), in light green ink whereas the issued note is in blue ink, good EF to about Uncirculated (£75 - £100) 215) Bradbury Wilkinson reverse unfinished trial proof, circa 1907, Asian or Middle Eastern design (Bank and country need verifying), rectangular pale pink, green and multicoloured, stuck to thin paper from a book page.(Ex LCA 149 Lot 270 realised £120) (£90 - £120) 216) Brazil (61) and Mexico (2) in an album, some early handsigned issues seen and revalued 1967 Monetery reform issues plus others, also 2 Estado de Chihuahua issues from Mexico, mixed grades (£30 - £60) 217) British West Africa 2 Shillings very early issue 30th March 1918 series C/7 659127, arabic script on reverse, (Pick2b), some light dirt/stains, good Fine, very scarce note (£400 - £600)

218) British West Africa Currency Board 20 Shillings dated 4th January 1937 series G/3 239274, (Pick8b), a few foxing spots, 2 tiny pinholes, Fine (£100 - £140) 219) Brunei 5 Ringgit (3) dated 1967, a consecutively numbered run series A/2 984064 - A/2 984066, portrait Sultan Oman Ali Saifuddin III at right, (Pick2), Uncirculated (£80 - £150) 220) Canada (3), Dominion of Canada Fractional notes, 25 Cents dated 1st March 1870, very scarce issue with plate letter A below date (Pick8b), cleaned & pressed with edge nicks/ tears, limp paper, about Fine, 25 Cents dated 1st March 1870 with plate letter B below date (Pick8c), cleaned & pressed 2 tiny edge nicks, a few pinholes, Fine, 25 Cents dated 2nd January 1900 signed Boville, (Pick9b), VF to good VF (£80 - £120) 221) Canada in 2 small albums (43), 100 Dollars (1) dated 2004, 50 Dollars (4) dated 2004, 20 Dollars (6) dated 2004, 10 Dollars (8) dated 1971, 1989 & 2005, 5 Dollars (14) dated 1954, 1979, 1986, 2002 & 2006, 2 Dollars (5) dated 1954, 1974 & 1986, 1 Dollar (5) dated 1954 & 1967, mixed grades with most being Uncirculated or about (£400 - £500) 222) Canada, Grand River Pulp & Lumber Co. paper employment tokens or “Scrips” (5) for 5, 10, 25, 50 cents and Five Dollars. Printed by T.C. Allen, & Co. Stationers, Printers Etc. Halifax. Circa 1900, all banknote size. EF. (5). (£20 - £30) 223) Cayman Islands & Barbados (2), Cayman Islands 1 Dollar dated 1971, REPLACEMENT series Z/1 008254, (Pick1r), Barbados 5 Dollars issued 1975, signed C. Blackman,

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REPLACEMENT series Z1 186606, (Pick32r), both about VF to VF (£50 - £80) 224) Cayman Islands (11), 5 Dollars first run issue 1971 series A/1 364322, (Pick2a), 1 Dollar (4) first run issue 1971 series A/1, (Pick1a), 1 Dollar (3) first series issue dated 1971 series A/2, (Pick1b), 1 Dollar second series dated 1974 A/3 260806 (Pick5a), 1 Dollar (2) dated 1974 a consecutively numbered pair series A/5 928604 & A/5 928605, (Pick5d), Uncirculated and about (£150 - £200) 225) Cayman Islands (21), 25 Dollars dated 2003 series C/1 635418, (Pick31a), 10 Dollars (4) dated 1996 series B/1, (Pick18a), 5 Dollars (2) dated 1991 series B/1, (Pick12a), 5 Dollars dated 1998 series C/1, (Pick22a), 1 Dollar (13) dated 1996, 1998, 2001, 2010 and 2003 commemorative issue, Uncirculated (£180 - £250) 226) Central & South America (45) collection in an album, Nicaragua (5), Paraguay (10), Peru (13), Uruguay (17), some early dates seen, in mixed grades (£50 - £100) 227) China (41) in Lighthouse album with slipcase, an interesting range of notes including Provincial notes Chekiang 50 Cents 1936, Charmar Commercial Bank 10 Cents, Shantung min Sheng Bank 50 Cents 1936, the Bank of Local Railway Shansi & Sui Yuan 50 Cents 1936, Japanese puppet banks, many in high grade, viewing recommended (£800 - £1,000) 228) China Peoples Bank 3 Yuan dated 1953 block 231 series 2037955, watermark star & wings, (Pick868), one set of staple holes with minor rust, in PMG holder graded 35 Choice Very Fine, rare (£350 - £500)

Pesos dated 1950, mixed grades (£80 - £120) 233) Cuba Republica de Cuba 1 Peso dated 1869 series 27975, Junta Central Republicana de Cuba y Puerto Rica, (Pick61), in PMG holder graded 58EPQ choice about Unc, exceptional paper quality, scarce (£150 - £250) 234) Cyprus (11), 20 Pounds dated 1993 series G932771, (Pick56b), 20 Pounds dated 2001 series V458942, (Pick63b), 10 Pounds dated 1995 series AS 483714, (Pick55d), 10 Pounds dated 1997 series E 841313, (Pick59), 10 Pounds dated 2005 series BV 942020, (Pick62e), 5 Pounds dated 1995 series Q 622312, (Pick54b), 5 Pounds dated 1997 series E 990661, (Pick58), 1 Pound (3) dated 1995 and 2001 including one very low number AW 000027, (Pick53d & Pick60c), 50 Cents dated 1987 series J 305950, (Pick52), the 5 Pounds 1997 good VF the rest all Uncirculated (£220 - £300) 235) Cyprus (5), 5 Pounds dated 1st August 1976 series S/179 524306, (Pick44c), 1 Pound dated 1st May 1973 series H/61 156835, (Pick43b), 500 Mils dated 1st June 1974 series I/30 125720, (Pick42b), 250 Mils (2) dated 1st August 1976 series M/55 051468 & M/56 217185, (Pick41c), Uncirculated (£200 - £300) 236) Cyprus 250 Mils (12), dated 1979, 1980 and 1982, a few consecutively numbered notes included, (Pick41c), Uncirculated (£200 - £300) 237) Djibouti (4), 10000 Francs issued 1984 series U.001 64356, (Pick39b), 5000 Francs issued 1979 series C.004 47060, (Pick38d), 1000 Francs issued 1991 series J.003 60426, (Pick37d), 5000 Francs issued 2002 series C.001 60112, (Pick44), Uncirculated (£100 - £150) 238) Dominican Republic 10 Pesos unsigned remainder issued 188x series 05739, el Banco de la Compania de Credito de Puerto Plata, (PickS106), light staining and edge damage, one pinhole, generally good VF (£40 - £60)

229) Colombia 5 Pesos Banco de Oriente dated 14th February 1888 series I6225, handwritten date and signature, (PS698), about Uncirculated to Uncirculated, rare in this condition (£200 - £300) 230) Commonwealth (6), Reserve Bank of Rhodesia 1 Pound dated 19th October 1964 series G/9 849409, (Pick25a) 2 sets of staple holes, pressed good Fine, Bahamas Central Bank 1 Dollar dated 1974, rare REPLACEMENT note series Z204697, (Pick35ar), small tear to bottom, pressed Fine, Canada King George VI range, 10 Dollars, 2 Dollars & 1 Dollar dated 2nd January 1937, the 2 Dollars Uncirculated, the 10 Dollars EF and the 1 Dollar pressed good VF (£60 £100) 231) Croatia (2), 200 Kuna colour trial notes for the 1993 issue, one obverse and one reverse, (Pick33), Uncirculated or about (£50 - £70) 232) Cuba (26), 50 Centavos (20) dated 15th May 1896, (Pick46a) average Fine, 1 Peso dated 1938, 3 Pesos dated 2004, 5 Pesos (2) dated 1950 & 1960, 20 Pesos dated 1958 & 50

239) East Caribbean Currency Authority (12), 5 Dollars issued 1965 with letter overprint in circle, ‘A’ Antigua (4), ‘K’ St. Kitts, ‘V’ St. Vincent, (Pick14i, 14l & 14v), 1 Dollar issued 1965 with letter overprint in circle, ‘A’ Antigua (4), ‘K’ St. Kitts, ‘V’ St. Vincent, (Pick13h, 13k & 13o), the Antigua 5 Dollars good EF the rest Uncirculated and about (£200 £300) 240) Eastern Caribbean (11) 5 Dollars issued 1988 - 1993 (10), 2 consecutively numbered runs of 5 notes, with Anguilla Island named at top of map, (Pick22a1), one other note issued 1986 - 1988, without Anguilla Island named on map, (Pick18a) this note about Uncirculated, the rest Uncirculated (£180 - £240) 241) Eastern Caribbean (16) & East Caribbean Currency Authority (3), 20 Dollars (6), 10 Dollars (3), 5 Dollars (6) and 1 Dollar (4), the majority Uncirculated (£160 - £220) 242) Egypt (3) Egyptian Currency Notes issued under Law 50 1940, 5 Piastres series D/5 433975, portrait King Farouk at left, (Pick165a), 10 Piastres series E/9 239211, portrait King Farouk at right, (Pick168a), 10 Piastres series c 968679,

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Temple of Philae at centre, (Pick167a), in PCGS holder graded 58 choice about new, a lovely set of high grade notes rarely offered in this condition, about Uncirculated to Uncirculated (£350 - £450) 243) Falkland Islands (6), 1 Pound dated 1967, 1974, 1977 & 1982, the 1982 example with nice RADAR no. G70007, the 1977 example being a scarce date issue, (Pick8a, 8b, 8c & 8e), 50 Pence dated 1969 & 1974, (Pick10a & Pick10b), the £1 1982 has a very light stain to top left otherwise Uncirculated, a superb collection of Uncirculated notes (£300 - £400) 244) Falkland Islands 5 Pounds dated 30th January 1975 series C101208, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick9b), small dent in paper, otherwise Uncirculated (£300 - £450)

245) Fiji (25), Government of Fiji 50 Cents issued 1969 series A/1 626065, 1 Dollar (10) date range 1974 to 1993, 2 Dollars (8) date range 1974 to 2000, including commemorative notes and a scarce REPLACEMENT note X270032, 5 Dollars (2) issued 1980 & 2002, 10 Dollars (3) issued 1980 & 2002, 20 Dollars (1) issued 2002, the majority Uncirculated (£200 £300) 246) France (19), 500 Francs (3) dated 1980 & 1986 (Pick156e) good EF, 500 Francs (2) dated 1994 (Pick160a) good EF and about Uncirculated, 200 Francs dated 1999 (Pick159c) Uncirculated, 100 Francs (3) dated 1997 & 1998 (Pick158a) EF and about Uncirculated, 50 Francs (8) dated 1993 & 1994 (Pick157b & Pick157A) about Uncirculated to Uncirculated, 10 Francs dated 1976 (Pick150c) with nice RADAR no. 104401, about Uncirculated, 50 Francs dated 1950 (Pick127c) 3 pinholes to left about Uncirculated, nice high grade lot (£100 - £200) 247) France (29), collection in an album, including 100 Francs (10) dated 1939 - 1942 (Pick94), 100 Francs (6) dated 1932 - 1939 (Pick78 & Pick86), a few Allied Military notes plus others, mixed grades (£40 - £60) 248) France (52) in an album, including high grade Assignats, local issue regional notes from the early 20th Century, and general issue notes date range 1926 - 1991, mixed grades (£70 - £120) 249) France 50 Francs (4), dated 20th March 1947, a consecutively numbered run series B.46 27001 to B.46 27004, (Pick127b), no staple holes, EF (£130 - £150) 250) Germany (107), range from 1 Mark to hyper inflation issues to 500 Million Mark, including 5000 Mark dated 1922 (Pick77), 1000 Mark dated 1922 Unissued note (Pick82a),

some duplication, mixed grades (£30 - £80) 251) Germany 10 Sous siege money, dated 1793 series 15002, Seige de Mayence (Mainz), printed signatures, (PickS1476b), some light dirt/stains otherwise good VF and scarce (£80 - £150) 252) Germany 20 Reichsmark dated 11th October 1924 series M.6390688, (Pick176), tiny edge nicks, about Fine and scarce (£120 - £150) 253) Germany WW1 Prisoner of War camp notes (19), including Guben, Doberitz, Golzern, Frankfurt and others, values 5 Pfenning to 10 Mark, scarcer types seen, mixed grades (£50 - £80) 254) Gibraltar (10), 20 Pounds dated 4th August 2004 (6), a consecutively numbered pair with low serial no’s CCC000441 & CCC000442 and a consecutively numbered run of 4 notes series CCC001930 to CCC001933, (Pick31a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 10th September 2002 series B000416, (Pick30) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (2) dated 1st July 1995 series AA132854 & AA205930, (Pick25a) one has a light corner fold otherwise Uncirculated, 5 Pounds commemorative issue millennium 2000 series MM007995, (Pick29) Uncirculated, nice high grade lot (£175 - £225) 255) Gibraltar (36), SPECIMEN set (4) 20 Pounds, 10 Pounds, 5 Pounds & 1 Pound with matching serial numbers 002707, 10 Pounds (5) dated 21st October 1986, (Pick22b) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (3) dated 4th August 1988, (Pick21b) Uncirculated, 1 Pound dated 20th November 1975 (2), 15th September 1979 (3), 21st October 1986 (5), dated 4th August 1988 (5), (Pick20a, 20b, 20d & 20e) the majority Uncirculated, 10 Pounds (5) dated 1st January 2010 including 2 sets of consecutively numbered pairs A/ AA prefix, (Pick36) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (4) dated 1st January 2011 including a pair of consecutively numbered notes A/AA prefix, (Pick35) Uncirculated (£400 - £500) 256) Gibraltar (4), 50 Pounds dated 27th November 1986 series A075567, (Pick24) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 1st July 1986 series A930329, (Pick23c) good EF, 10 Pounds dated 21st October 1986 series A920194, (Pick22b) about Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 4th August 1988 series E845393, (Pick21b) Uncirculated (£180 - £250) 257) Gibraltar 1 Pound (2) one dated 20th November 1975 series H555949, this the scarcest date for this issue, (Pick18c), one dated 20th November 1971 series H268383, (Pick18b), Uncirculated (£150 - £200) 258) Great Britain collection (55), Scotland (31), Jersey (2), Gibraltar (1), Isle of Man (6), Ireland (14), Wales (1), including Lady Lavery 10 Shillings and 1 Pound, George Best 5 Pounds, Jack Nicklaus 5 Pounds plus other commermorative examples, mixed grades including some Uncirculated (£350 - £450) 259) Great Historic Banknotes of the World by Franklin Mint, 70 different world notes from a variety of countries nicely presented in an album, plus a further 59 world notes including 38 x Mexico 100 Pesos dated 1974 UNC (£150 £300)

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260) Guernsey (11), a collection of high grade LOW NUMBER notes, 50 Pounds issued 1994, signed Trestain, series A000115, (Pick59) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds issued 1996, signed Trestain, series A000107, (Pick58a) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds (2) issued 1996, signed Harris, series D000191 & D000197, (Pick58c) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds issued 1991 - 1995, signed Brown, series E000049, (Pick54a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds (3) issued 1995, signed Trestain, series A000162 ans a consecutively numbered pair series C000342 & C000343, (Pick57a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds (3) issued 1995, signed Clark, a consecutively numbered run series E000331 to E000333, (Pick57b) good EF (£300 - £400) 261) Guernsey (31), 20 Pounds (2) issued 1996, 10 Pounds (2) issued 1996, 5 Pounds (3) issued 1996, 5 Pounds issued 1980 - 1989, 1 Pound issued 1969 - 1975, 1 Pound (22) issued 1980 - 2013, a number of notes with interesting low and high serial numbers, majority Uncirculated, a few about Uncirculated (£250 - £300) 262) Guernsey 10 Shillings dated 1st July 1966, LAST RUN 24/G 1232, (Pick42c) in PCGS holder graded 66PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality, Uncirculated (£140 - £200)

268) India Reserve Bank 5 Rupees issued 1937 series J/33 622640, portrait King George VI at right, signed Taylor, two usual staple holes at left, (Pick18a), in PCGS holder graded 66PPQ Gem New, perfect paper quality, Uncirculated (£100 - £150) 269) Iran & Iraq (26) in an album, Iraq (28) and Iran (9), some duplication, many Uncirculated or about (£50 - £100) 270) Iran (3), 5 Rials issued 1944, (Pick39), pressed good Fine, 10 Rials issued 1948, (Pick47), pressed good Fine & 50 Rials issued 1948, (Pick49), 3 small holes pressed good Fine, all with portrait Shah Pahlavi in military uniform at right (£100 - £150)

263) Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man, Scotland and Ireland (total 15 notes), Guernsey 10 Shillings dated 1966, Scotland 20 Pounds commemorative note Queen Mothers 100th Birthday dated 2000, Ireland 1 Pound Lady Lavery dated 1976, Isle of Man 50 Pence issued 1969 signed Stallard, 1 Pound Bradvek Plastic note issued 1983, 5 Pounds issued 1983 REPLACEMENT series Z022088, Jersey (9), 6 Pence, 1 Shilling and 2 Shillings issued 1941 - 1942, German Occupation notes from WW2, 10 Shillings issued 1963 signed Padgham, 20 Pounds SPECIMEN signed Black, 1 Pound SPECIMEN signed Baird, 1 Pound signed May (2), Jersey States 5 Pounds dated 1840, British administration interest bearing note, pen cancelled, mixed grades (£150 - £250)

271) Iran (80), good mix of older and modern notes including many from 1930’s with portrait of Shah Reza at right, values from 5 Rials to 10,000 rials, some duplication, mixed grades, viewing recommended (£150 - £250)

264) Hong Kong Chartered Bank 100 Dollars issued 1961 - 1970 series Y/M 2970756, coat of arms at centre, (Pick71b), stain on reverse, good VF (£100 - £200)

274) Iraq National Bank 1/4 Dinar, Law no.42 of 1947 first issue 1950, series E806540, portrait young King Faisal II at right, (Pick27), cleaned and pressed good Fine (£200 - £300)

265) India 1 rupee, Gulf series issued c.1950s-60s, dated 1957 series Z/3 122149, issued for use in the Persian Gulf states, usual 2 staple holes at left, (PickR1) EF and scarce in this condition (£200 - £350)

275) Ireland Central Bank of Ireland Lady Lavery 20 Pounds, last date of issue 24th March 1976 series 78X 095166, (Pick67c), light centre fold, about Uncirculated and scarce in this condition (£220 - £300)

272) Iran 10 Rials Bank Melli Iran issued 1934 (Law AH1313) series H948088, scarcer issue with signatures in both German and Farsi, portrait Shah Reza at right, (Pick25a), pressed about VF (£100 - £200) 273) Iraq Government 1/4 Dinar, Law no.44 of 1931 issued 1942, series M246049, portrait of King Faisal II as a child at right, signed Lord Kennet & Ata Amin, (Pick16a), pressed good Fine (£200 - £300)

266) India Government (2), 5 Rupees issued 1928 - 1935 series S/11 549571, King George V portrait at right, signed J.W. Kelly, (Pick15a), usual 2 holes to the left, VF, 5 Rupees issued 1937 series J/33 529666, King George VI portrait at right, signed J.B. Taylor, (Pick18a), usual 2 holes to the left, Uncirculated (£150 - £250) 267) India Government 5 Rupees issued 1928 - 1935 series T/2 695809, King George V portrait to right, signed J.W. Kelly, (Pick15b), pinholes to the left, pressed good VF (£240 £300)

276) Ireland Republic (7) Central Bank 20 Pounds dated 16th February 1999 series ZVP 330727, (Pick77b) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 2nd July 1999 last date of issue, series XZN 078786, (Pick76b) good EF, 5 Pounds dated 15th October

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1999 last date of issue, series TUM 141868, (Pick75b) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 7th May 1993 last date of issue, series EKG 651459, (Pick71e) Uncirculated, 1 Pound dated 9th September 1982 series BHG 080834, (Pick70c) good EF, 1 Pound dated 11th April 1964 series 49G 014447, Lady Lavery at left, (Pick64a) about Uncirculated, 10 Shillings dated 6th June 1968 last date of issue, series 89P 958313, Lady Lavery at left, (Pick63a) Uncirculated, nice high grade lot including last dates of issue (£125 - £200)

284) Japan 50 Sen Japanese Military Currency issued RussoJapanese war 1904 (Meiji year 37), issued in Korea, North China and Sakhalin in Eastern Siberia, (PickM3), about EF to EF and scarce in this condition (£70 - £90)

277) Isle of Man 5 Pounds issued 1979 - 1988 series B708855, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, signed Dawson, (Pick35a), in PCGS holder graded 65PPQ Gem New, perfect paper quality, Uncirculated (£110 - £150)

286) Jersey (22), 20 Pounds (2), 10 Pounds (2), 5 Pounds (5), 1 Pound (13), various dates and signnatures, some SPECIMEN, consecutively numbered notes, low numbers, REPLACEMENT notes seen, good collection in mixed grades (£125 - £175)

278) Italy (31), 100,000 lire (15) dated 1st September 1983, (Pick110), 10,000 Lire (2) dated 1962 & 1968, (Pick97), 5 Lire (6) dated 1944 a consecutively numbered run series OO14 101086 to OO14 101091, (Pick31) Uncirculated, 1000 Lire dated 1964 (Pick96b), 2000 Lire (3) dated 8th October 1973 a consecutively numbered run series SA 259080 D to SA 259082 D, (Pick103a), plus 4 others, mixed grades (£200 - £300) 279) Italy (50), collection of banknotes, mini-cheques and coupons, including Italian Monetary Certificate dated 1854, scarce Falck steelworks canteen coupon for 1 Lire, various banknotes from 5 Lire to 10,000 Lire some duplication, in mixed grades (£40 - £80) 280) Italy 500,000 Lire dated 6th May 1997 series DA 331628 E, portrait Raffaello at right, (Pick118) Uncirculated and rare in this condition (£200 - £300)

285) Jersey (2) 100 Pounds commemorative note Queen Elizabeth II diamond jubilee dated 2012 series QE60 004859, (Pick37) Uncirculated, 50 Pounds issued 2010 series AD 003308, (Pick36) Uncirculated (£160 - £200)

287) Jersey (5), a collection of high grade LOW NUMBER notes, 50 Pounds issued 2000 series BC 000054, signed Ian Black, (Pick30a) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds (2) issued 1993 series GC 000120 & EC 000204, signed George Baird, (Pick23) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds issued 1993 series JC 000124, signed George Baird, (Pick22) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds issued 1989 series AC 000050, signed Leslie May, (Pick16) Uncirculated (£180 - £250) 288) Kenya (11), small selection of notes, 5 Shillings (1), 10 Shillings (1), 20 Shillings (3), 50 Shillings (1) & 100 Shillings (5), range of dates from 1969 - 1986, mixed grades (£50 £100) 289) Kenya 50 Shillings dated 1st July 1971 series A/8 124383, (Pick9b), in ICG holder graded 66 Choice Uncirculated (£50 - £80) 290) Lebanon 25 Piastres dated 1st August 1942 series A/2 689770, mosque in Damascus at centre, (Pick36), small spot of glue residue on reverse, very clean about EF (£50 - £80)

281) Italy 5000 Lire dated 27th October 1953 series M490 7460, signed Menichella & Boggione, (Pick85c), edge nicks, small holes and one staple, about Fine (£100 - £125) 282) Jamaica (4), 5 Shillings dated 1st March 1953 series 38D45668, portrait King George VI at left, (Pick37b) good EF, 10 Shillings dated 7th April 1955 series 30D40733, portrait King George VI at left, (Pick39) good EF, 5 Shillings issued 1964 series FK276097, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at left, (Pick51Ac) Uncirculated, 10 Shillings issued 1964 series HN235037, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at left, (Pick51Be) about Uncirculated to Uncirculated, high grade collection (£320 - £400) 283) Jamaica 5 shillings (2) issued 1961 (Law of 1960), a consecutive numbered pair series EA617331 & EA617332, signed Stanley W. Payton, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at left, (Pick49), in PMG holders graded 55 About Uncirculated and 58EPQ Choice About Uncirculated, (exceptional paper quality), scarce as a consecutive pair (£150 - £300)

291) Libya (24), 5 Pounds issued 1963 (Pick26) VF, 1 Pound (2) issued 1963 (Pick25) one has been cleaned & pressed otherwise both Fine, 5 Pounds issued 1963 (Pick31a) about VF, 5 Dinars (7) issued 1971 (Pick36a) scarcer type without inscription, some toned and pressed, VF to good VF, 5 Dinars (2) issued 1972 (Pick36b) with inscription, one pressed good Fine the other original EF, 1 Dinar issued 1972 (Pick35b) cleaned & pressed Fine, 10 Dinars (10) issued 2004 a consecutively numbered run (Pick70a) Uncirculated (£180 - £250) 292) Libya (4), 10 Dinars (2) issued 1972, with inscription, (Pick37b), one with inked numbers on reverse, good EF and good VF, 10 Dinars (2) issued 1980, scarcer signature 1, (Pick46a), one with small edge nick, VF (£70 - £100) 293) Libya 10 Dinars (2), issued 1991 a consecutively numbered pair series 898197 & 898198, Omar el-Mukhtar at centre left, signature 5, (Pick61b), about Uncirculated (£40 - £60) 294) Libya 10 Dinars (6), issued 2004 a consecutively numbered run series 271095 - 271100, portrait Omar el-Mukhtar at centre left, signature 9, (Pick70a), Uncirculated (£40 - £60) 295) Libya 10 Dinars (6), issued 2004 a consecutively numbered

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run series 458651 - 458656, portrait Omar el-Mukhtar at centre left, signature 9, (Pick70a), Uncirculated (£40 - £60)

Naafi Tokens (6), including for use in Egypt and Austria (£10 - £20)

296) Libya Military Authority in Tripolitania (30), British occupation WW2, 1 Lire (1), 2 Lire (2), 5 Lire (9), 10 Lire (15), 50 Lire (2) and 100 Lire (1), mixed grades (£100 - £150)

306) New Zealand (3), Scarce REPLACEMENT notes with star suffix, 1 Dollar series Y92 407639*, 2 Dollars series 9Y2 816738* and 5 Dollars series 992 036592* issued 1977 - 1981, all signed H.R. Hardie, (Pick163d, Pick164d & Pick165d), the 1 Dollar & 2 Dollars are Uncirculated or about and the 5 Dollars has a centre fold and is EF to good EF (£70 - £90)

297) Malaya & British Borneo 50 Dollars dated 21st March 1953 series A/7 598478, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick4a), some dirt on reverse, good Fine (£270 - £400)

307) New Zealand, Bank of Australasia, Ten Pounds SPECIMEN printer’s proof, black and white uniface by Perkins Bacon & Co., DUNEDIN branch 18xx, pencil notation “July 30th 1863” in lower margin, corners removed, SPECIMEN stamped in black at signatures, some light staining to top on obverse, otherwise almost Uncirculated and very rare especially in this condition. (£500 - £750)

298) Malaya 1 Dollar (4), dated 1st July 1941 (1945), portrait King George VI at right, (Pick11), grades EF to about Uncirculated (£175 - £225) 299) Malta (12), 20 Lira (3) issued 1989 (Pick44a), 20 Lira (1) issued 1994 (Pick48a), 10 Liri (1) issued 1989 (Pick43a) and 10 Liri (7) issued 1994 (Pick47a), these notes were redeemable up until January of this year but are NO LONGER redeemable, generally about VF to VF (£70 - £120) 300) Malta 1 Pound (2), issued 1963 (Law 1949) series A/4 631145 & A/4 665301, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick26a), VF to good VF (£100 - £150) 301) Malta Central Bank (3), 5 Pounds issued 1968 (Law of 1967) series A/2 295544, (Pick30a), good VF, 1 Pound issued 1969 (Law of 1967) series A/7 044531, (Pick29a), about VF, 10 Shillings issued 1968 (Law of 1967) series A/2 428860, (Pick28a), Uncirculated, all signed P.L. Hogg, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right (£75 - £150)

308) New Zealand, National Bank of New Zealand Limited printer’s Proof One Pound WELLINGTON branch 1st October 1915 by Perkins Bacon & Co on card, black & white uniface, a complete note with 3-hole cancellation on signature line, corners removed, taped repair to top and small nick to bottom, some dirt/marks, generally about EF and rare (£500 - £750)

302) Malta Government (3), 10 Shillings issued 1940 series A/3 539270, (Pick19), about Uncirculated, 2 Shillings issued 1942 series A/3 337850, scarcer issue with watermark, (Pick17c), VF, 1 Shilling issued 1943 first series A/1 803786, (Pick16), Uncirculated, all with portrait King George VI and signed Cushieri (£75 - £150) 303) Mauritius (8), SPECIMEN set (4), 5 Rupees, 10 Rupees, 25 Rupees & 50 Rupees with matching serial numbers 010478, (PickCS1), 25 Rupees issued 1967 series A/15 164833, (Pick32b), 10 Rupees issued 1967 series A/30 762046, (Pick31c), 5 Rupees (2) issued 1967 series A/49 432834 & A/54 935201, (Pick30c), the 25 Rupees is about Uncirculated, the rest Uncirculated (£150 - £200) 304) Mauritius 5 Rupees issued 1937 series L502915, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick22), some light dirt, about VF to VF (£140 - £200) 305) Military and War issue (10), notes and tokens, 1 Shilling (2) British Armed Forces 2nd Series, Italy 1 Lira Allied Military Currency, Germany 5000 Mark dated 2nd December 1922,

309) Nigeria Federal Republic 10 Shillings issued 1967 series A/7 574759, bank building at left, (Pick7), about EF (£50 - £70) 310) Nigeria Federation (2), dated 1st September 1958, 5 Shillings series P/1 332373, (Pick2a), 3 small holes and ink annotations on obverse, pressed good Fine, 10 Shillings series F/2 956310, (Pick3a), small holes, ink annotations on obverse and small cut off corner, pressed Fine (£100 £150) 311) Northern Ireland (19), Bank of Ireland (6), 100 Pounds dated 1st March 2005 series A300185, (Pick82) about Uncirculated, 50 Pounds dated 5th April 2004 series A245923, (Pick81) about Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 1st March 2005 series CJ621605, (Pick80b) about

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Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 1st May 2005 interesting low series BE000100, Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (2) dated 1st March 2003 low numbers series AY300087 & AY300078, (Pick79a) about Uncirculated, Northern Bank (8), 100 Pounds dated 19th January 2005 series KB014567, (Pick209) Uncirculated, 50 Pounds dated 19th January 2005 series JB101099, (Pick208) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 19th January 2005 series HE0008920, (Pick207a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 19th January 2005 series GE7223802, (Pick206a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds Danske Bank dated 25th January 2013 series AB0167547, (Pick212) good EF, 5 Pounds commemorative millennium dated 1999 series MM0009968, (Pick203a) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds commemorative Year 2000 series Y2K07134 & Y2K17019 both in presentation folders, (Pick203b) Uncirculated, Ulster Bank (3), 20 Pounds dated 1st July 1999 series C1685074, (Pick337b) EF, 10 Pounds dated 1st January 2006, good EF, 5 Pounds dated 1st January 2001 series D3842882, (Pick335c) Uncirculated, First Trust Bank 2), 20 Pounds dated 1st May 2007 series MB140551, (Pick137b) good EF, 10 Pounds dated 1st January 1998 series PA402912, (Pick136a) EF, also a Bank of England 10 Pounds signed Page, about Uncirculated (£520 - £600) 312) Northern Ireland (5), set of REPLACEMENT notes, Bank of Ireland 20 Pounds issued 1984 replacement series Z048910, (Pick67Ab), small edge nick good Fine, 1 Pound issued 1984 replacement series Z082452, (Pick65a) Uncirculated, First Trust Bank 20 Pounds dated 1998 replacement series ZA029671, (Pick137a) EF, Ulster Bank Limited 50 Pounds dated 1997 replacement series Z0007144, (Pick338), inked number ‘500’ on reverse good VF, 10 Pounds dated 2007 replacement series Z0123662, (Pick341a) Uncirculated (£180 - £250)

320) Qatar & Dubai Currency Board (2) issued 1960’s, 1 Riyal series A/5 238724 (Pick1a) cleaned & pressed good Fine & 5 Riyals A/2 787952, (Pick2a), cleaned & pressed, ink marks vivible in watermark area, good Fine (£200 - £300) 321) Qatar Monetary Agency 1 Riyal (2) first issue 1973, a pair of consecutively numbered notes series A/3 899451 & A/3 899452, (Pick1a), in PMG holders graded 67EPQ Superb Gem Uncirculated, Exceptional Paper Quality, very rare as a pair (£400 - £600)

322) Qatar Monetary Agency 10 Riyals (2) first issue 1973, a pair of consecutively numbered notes series A/1 120651 & A/1 120652, (Pick3a), in PMG holders graded 65EPQ Gem Uncirculated, Exceptional Paper Quality, very rare as a pair (£60 - £800)

313) Northern Ireland 10 Pounds dated 2nd March 1987 series E6431455, Northern Bank Limited, (Pick189e), EF to good EF (£50 - £80) 314) Northern Ireland Ulster Bank Limited 5 Pounds dated 4th October 1966 series 042790, signed J.J.A. Leitch, (Pick322a), rare date EF (£150 - £250) 315) Oman (37) 100 Baisa Pick31 (29), 200 Baisa Pick23, 1/2 Rial Pick25 and 1/2 Rial Pick33 (6), mostly UNC (£90 - £120) 316) Palestine Currency Board 500 Mils dated 15th August 1945 series J813774, Rachel’s tomb near Bethlehem at lower left, (Pick6d), good Fine (£175 - £300) 317) Peru (54), 500 Soles de Oro (10) dated 1965 & 1963, 100 Soles de Oro (15) date range 1954 - 1962, 10 Soles de Oro (19) dated 1956 & 1958, 10 Soles de Oro (2) dated 1955, 1000 Soles (6) dated 1975, 5 Soles de Oro dated 1956 and 500,000 Intis dated 1989, in mixed grades many EF or better (£150 - £250)

323) Qatar Monetary Agency 5 Riyals (2) first issue 1973, a pair of consecutively numbered notes series A/3 827851 & A/3 827852, (Pick2a), in PMG holders graded 65EPQ Gem Uncirculated, Exceptional Paper Quality, very rare as a pair (£500 - £700)

318) Peru 500 Soles de Oro (4), dated 1965 a consecutively numbered run series P2 297851 - P2 297854, all in PMG holders graded 64 Choice Uncirculated (£100 - £150) 319) Poland 500 Zlotych dated 1919 series SA 1964167, portrait Tadeus Kosciuszko at top left, (Pick58), about Uncirculated (£40 - £80) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


324) Rhodesia Reserve Bank 10 Shillings dated 21st October 1964 series H/4 432221, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick24a), light centre fold good EF (£175 - £250)

325) Russia & Eastern European Collection (280) in 2 albums, with the majority being Russian, including North Russia Chaikovskii Government, Northwest Russia, Crimea, South Russia, North Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Siberia & Urals, Russian Central Asia, Bukhara Soviet Peoples Republic, East SIberia, Samara Directory (Komuch), Don Cossack Military Government Astrakhan, Mineralnyie Vodyi District, Terek Republic, Stavropol Government Bank, Volga-Kama Commercial Bank Grozny, Soviet Administration Baku City, Batum Treasury (British Administration), Odessa, Turkestan District Tashkent, Ukraine, Georgia, Latvia, Armenia, Spitzbergen, Uzbekistan, plus Local Currency, Currency Tokens, Treasury Notes, Military issues, many early 20th Century and WW1 issues, a wide ranging collection with some scarce types seen, viewing recommended (£850 £1,500) 326) Rwanda & Burundi (2), 50 Francs dated 1st October 1960 series G498339, lioness at centre right, (Pick4a) VF, 20 Francs dated 5th October 1960 series F921010, crocodile at right, (Pick3a) some dirt on reverse, about VF (£180 £250) 327) Sarawak 1 Dollar dated 1st January 1935 series A/4 228733, portrait C. Vyner Brooke at right, (Pick20), tiny edge nicks, some dirt, Fine (£100 - £150) 328) Sarre 50 Centimes issued 1919 series B 987434, (Pick1), small stain top right, EF (£25 - £50) 329) Scotland (10), Commercial Bank Limited 1 Pound dated 1st June 1931, (PickS331a) good Fine, 1 Pound dated 3rd January 1952, (PickS332) about EF, 1 Pound dated 2nd January 1958, (PickS336) good EF, National Commercial Bank Limited 5 Pounds dated 1st August 1966, (Pick272) good EF, 1 Pound (2) dated 16th September 1959, (Pick265) one has some light foxing, otherwise Uncirculated, 1 Pound (3) dated 1961, 1962 & 1964, (Pick269) Uncirculated or about, The National Bank 1 Pound dated 1st May 1958 series B/W 832-871, (Pick258c) EF, very nice generally high grade collection (£200 - £300) 330) Scotland (11), Royal Bank of Scotland plc collection of REPLACEMENT and COMMEMORATIVE notes, 50 Pounds (2), dated 14th September 2005 series RBS 09984 & RBS 11963, (Pick366), scarce serial prefix RBS commemorating new bank headquarters at Gogarburn, both Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 4th August 2000 series QETQM 0114129, (Pick361), commemorating the Queen Mother 100th birthday, Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 6th February

2012 series TQDJ 1573808, (Pick368), commemorating Queen Elizabeth II diamond jubilee, Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (4) dated 2002, 2004 & 2005, commemorating Queen Elizabeth II golden Jubilee, 250th anniversary of Royal & Ancient golf club, 500 years of the Royal college of surgeons and Jack Nicklaus retirement from golf, all Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (2) dated 13th December 1988 replacement series Z/1 170034 & Z/1 172393, (Pick352a) both Uncirculated, 1 Pound dated 25th March 1987 replacement and repeater serial Z/1 009009, (Pick346a) Uncirculated (£450 - £550) 331) Scotland (15), British Linen Bank (5), 5 Pounds dated 1962, (Pick167a) EF, 5 Pounds dated 1964, (Pick167b) good VF, 1 Pound dated 1956 and 1957, (Pick157d), good EF and about Uncirculated, 1 Pound dated 1962, (Pick166a) good EF, Clydesdale Bank (10) 10 Pounds dated 1992, (Pick219a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds (2) dated 1993, (Pick219b) both Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 1987, (Pick212d) about Uncirculated, 1 Pound dated 1947, (Pick189e) about EF, 1 Pound dated 1966, (Pick197) good EF, 1 Pound first date of issue 1971, (Pick204a) Uncirculated, 1 Pound (3) dated 1983 a consecutively numbered run, (Pick211b) Uncirculated, a good high grade collection (£250 - £350) 332) Scotland (3), a selection of scarce 20 Pounds, Commercial Bank Limited 20 Pounds dated 3rd January 1952 series 13H 05347, (PickS334), tiny edge nick otherwise EF, National Commercial Bank Limited 20 Pounds dated 16th September 1959 series A194035, (Pick267) EF, National Bank 20 Pounds dated 1st November 1957 series A046077, (Pick263) VF (£350 - £450) 333) Scotland (3), a set of 3 early date 1 Pound notes in high grade, Clydesdale Bank Ltd 1 Pound dated 17th April 1940 series B4469113, (Pick189b) good EF, British Linen Bank 1 Pound dated 26th January 1933 series Z 229814, (Pick156) pressed EF, National Bank 1 Pound dated 2nd July 1928 series A/B 467-161, (Pick256) lightly pressed EF (£225 £275) 334) Scotland (4), Bank of Scotland set all FIRST RUN LOW NUMBER issued 1995, 50 Pounds series AA001923, (Pick122a), 20 Pounds series AA001145, (Pick121a), 10 Pounds series AA001061, (Pick120a), 5 Pounds series AA002094, (Pick119a), all Uncirculated (£150 - £250) 335) Scotland (4), SPECIMEN selection, Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds dated 1993 series AG000000, (Pick118), 10 Pounds dated 1994 series GF000000, (Pick117), 5 Pounds dated 1993 series ER000000, (Pick116), the 10 Pounds has a light dent in the paper, otherwise these 3 are Uncirculated, Clydesdale Bank Limited 1 Pound dated 1969 series C/Q 000000, with Thomas de la Rue red oval overprints in corners, SPECIMEN no.1, (Pick202), in PCGS holder graded 64 Apparent very choice new, punch-hole cancelled, mounting remnants on reverse (£350 - £450) 336) Scotland (5), North of Scotland Bank Limited (3) 20 Pounds (2) dated 1st July 1940, (PickS646), 5 Pounds dated 1st July 1947, (PickS645), Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited (2) 20 Pounds dated 1st July 1961, (Pick193b), 5 Pounds dated 2nd March 1953, (Pick192a), graded good Fine to good VF (£250 - £350)

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337) Scotland Bank of Scotland (17), 20 Pounds dated 1st December 1987, (Pick114e) VF, 10 Pounds dated 7th May 1992, (Pick117a) Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 13th April 1993 LAST RUN HIGH No. series GG999061, (Pick117a) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (8) date range 1961 - 1995, includes FIRST RUN RADAR No. AA482284, 1 Pound (6) date range 1940 - 1972, includes a consecutively numbered pair dated 1972 Uncirculated, most notes in collection EF or better (£300 - £400) 338) Scotland Bank of Scotland (4), 50 Pounds dated 1st May 1995 FIRST RUN series AA005281, (Pick122a), 20 Pounds dated 6th November 1985 series F237913, (Pick114e), 20 Pounds (2) dated 1st July 1991 series K150035 & K150144, (Pick118), all Uncirculated (£250 - £400) 339) Scotland Bank of Scotland SPECIMEN set, £5 7th January 1994 EX000000, £10 13th April 1994 GF000000, £20 3rd February 1992 U000000, £100 9th February 1994 A000000 Unc (£400 - £500) 340) Scotland Clydesdale Bank plc (3), a collection of Commemorative notes, 50 Pounds dated 6th January 2001 series GU099981, commemorating the 550th anniversary of the University of Glasgow, (Pick229C) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 30th September 1997 LOW NO. series C/HG 000142, commemorating the meeting of Commonwealth heads of governments, (Pick227) about Uncirculated to Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 1st January 2000 series MM001289, commemorating the year 2000, (Pick229B) Uncirculated (£200 - £300)

345) Scotland National Bank 5 Pounds large note dated 1st July 1955 series D709-743, (Pick259d) EF to good EF, scarce in this condition (£150 - £250) 346) Scotland Union Bank Limited (7), 1 Pound PROOF with 4 large cancellation punch-holes, dated 30th November 1942, printers ink in top border & bank stamp on reverse, (PickS815c) good EF, 1 Pound PROOF with 3 rows of cancellation punch-holes, dated 2nd August 1951, printers annotations and date stamp in borders, (PickS816a) good EF, 1 Pound (2) dated 1942 & 1945 (PickS815c) good Fine & VF, 1 Pound (3) dated 1952, 1953 & 1954, (PickS816a & Pick816b) one good EF the others VF (£175 - £250) 347) Scotland Union Bank Limited 5 Pounds dated 3rd November 1952 series B770/033, (PickS817a), about Uncirculated (£150 - £250)

341) Scotland Clydesdale Bank PLC 100 Pounds dated 2nd October 1996 series A/AW 009691 signed Goodwin, portrait of Lord Kelvin at left, (Pick223), EF (£160 - £200)

348) Scotland, Commercial Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh, bank receipts with attractive vignette at left, dated 1853-1869. GVF. (22). (£30 - £50)

342) Scotland collection (92) in an album, Bank of Scotland, British Linen Bank, Clydesdale Bank, Clydesdale & North Bank, Commercial Bank, National Bank, National Commercial Bank, North of Scotland Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland, denominations from £1 to £10, many Uncirculated and high grade, needs viewing (£750 - £1,000)

349) South Africa Green Point Track “Good Fors” (4) all remainders issued 1900 for 1st concentration camp during Boer War, 1 shilling, 2 shilling, 5 shilling mauve and 5 shilling purple, printed signature of G. W. Barnes, Manager, about Uncirculated and Uncirculated (£90 - £150)

343) Scotland Commercial Bank Limited 5 Pounds large note dated 1st December 1944 series 15/R 30905, (PickS328b) about Uncirculated and scarce in this condition (£350 £450)

344) Scotland National Bank 1 Pound scarce early date 11th November 1916 series J694-173, (Pick248a) VF to good VF (£300 - £400)

350) South America (60) in an album, Bolivia (44) date range 1911 to 1962, Colombia (13) date range 1893 to 1973, Ecuador (3) remainders dated 1920, plus 3 x cheques, mixed grades (£50 - £100) 351) Sri Lanka Ceylon (24), 50 Rupees dated 26th March 1979, in PCGS holder graded 67PPQ superb gem new, perfect paper quality, Uncirculated, 20 Rupees (2) dated 26th March 1979, (Pick86a) Uncirculated, 2000 Rupees dated 2005, (Pick121) Uncirculated, 1000 Rupees dated 1995, (Pick113) Uncirculated, 1000 (3) dated 2004, including a consecutively numbered pair, (Pick120c) Uncirculated, a set of 6 notes dated 2010, 5000 Rupees, 1000 Rupees, 500 Rupees, 100 Rupees, 50 Rupees and 20 Rupees, (Pick123 - Pick128) all Uncirculated, 500 Rupees dated 2004, 20 Rupees (2) dated 1982, 100 Rupees (3) dated 2001, 50 Rupees (3) dated 2001, 20 Rupees dated 2001, Uncirculated (£240 - £300) 352) St. Helena Government (4), a superb and rare set of VERY LOW matching number 000003, FIRST RUN notes, 50 Pence issued 1979 series V/1 000003, 1 Pound issued 1976 series

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A/1 000003, misspelled ‘Anglae’ in motto, 5 Pounds issued 1976 series H/1 000003, misspelled ‘Anglae’ in motto, 10 Pounds issued 1979 series P/1 000003, all 4 notes in PMG holders graded 63 net Choice Uncirculated previously mounted, (Pick5a - Pick8a), a unique opportunity for any serious Queen Elizabeth or low number collector (£2,000 - £3,000)

358) Swaziland Central Bank (4) SPECIMEN set, 100 Emalangeni, 50 Emalangeni, 20 Emalangeni and 10 Emalangeni dated 1st April 2001, all with zero serial numbers and specimen overprints on both sides, (Pick29s to Pick32s), Uncirculated (£200 - £300) 359) Swaziland Central Bank 20 Emalangeni issued 1986 scarce REPLACEMENT series Z007826, (Pick12), Uncirculated (£100 - £150) 360) United States of America, USA 1 Dollar dated 1862 series 98602, first ever issue of the American ‘Green Back’ Dollar, signed Chittenden & Spinner, (Pick128), Fine and scarce (£100 - £300) 361) USA 1 Dollar Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis dated 1918 series I5101996A, signed Teehee, Burke, Cook & Wold, blue seal, portrait George Washington at left, (Pick371), in PCGS holder graded 35 Choice VF, pressed (£125 - £200)

353) Straits Settlements 1 Dollar dated 10th July 1916 series C/23 96330, (Pick1c), tiny edge nicks and a few small holes, about Fine, scarce note (£150 - £200) 354) Straits Settlements 10 cents dated 14th October 1919 series E/19 37487, Pick8b, a few marks reverse, almost EF (£170 - £200) 355) Straits Settlements One Dollar 1925 issue Pick 9a K/26 50549 EF with light traces of folds, Rare (£1,000 - £1,200)

362) USA 1 Dollar Silver Certificate dated 1886 series B62549351, signed Rosecrans & Huston, large brown seal, portrait Martha Washington at left, (Pick321), some dirt on reverse, about VF (£200 - £300) 363) USA 1 Dollar Silver Certificate dated 1923 series Y48218430D, signed Speelman & White, blue seal, portrait George Washington at centre, (Pick342), in PCGS holder graded 55OPQ About Uncirculated (£65 - £120) 364) USA 1 Dollar United States Note dated 1917 series D12145744A, signed Teehee & Burke, portrait George Washington at centre, (Pick187), in PCGS holder graded 64 Choice Uncirculated (£250 - £350)

356) Swaziland Central Bank (2) SPECIMEN notes, 20 Emalangeni & 10 Emalangeni dated 1981, very scarce Diamond Jubilee of King Sobhuza II commemorative notes, (Pick7a & Pick6a), Uncirculated (£200 - £300) 357) Swaziland Central Bank (2), 20 Emalangeni & 10 Emalangeni dated 1981, very scarce Diamond Jubilee of King Sobhuza II commemorative notes, (Pick7a & Pick6a), EF and about EF (£250 - £350)

365) USA 10 Dollars National Currency, First-Fond du Lac National Bank dated 1902 series 29942, signed Teehee & Burke, blue seal, portrait William McKinley at left, (Friedburg632), in PCGS holder graded 30 Very Fine (£250 - £350)

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366) USA 20 Dollars Federal Reserve Note dated 1914 series D6052790A, signed Burke & McAdoo, blue seal, portrait Grover Cleveland at centre, (Pick361b), in PCGS holder graded 50 About Uncirculated, repaired tear (£300 - £400)

367) USA 5 Dollars National Currency, the North Ward National Bank Newark dated 1902 series 45882, signed Napier & McClung, blue seal, portrait Benjamin Harrison at left, (Friedburg625), Fine (£125 - £200) 368) USA 5 Shillings dated 1st October 1773 serial no. 6898, Pennsylvania Colonial Note, ‘to counterfeit is DEATH’ on reverse, printed by Hall & Sellers, (PickS2540D), in PMG holder graded 25 Very Fine (£180 - £250) 369) USA 5 Shillings dated May 1786 serial no. 7806, RhodeIsland Colonial Note, ‘DEATH to counterfeit’ on reverse, printed by Southwick & Barber, (PickS3037), small tear to left side, otherwise EF (£200 - £250) 370) West African States (11), Ivory Coast 5000 Francs dated 1984 series X.6 080948, (Pick108A), Benin (Dahomey) 100 Francs (3) dated 1965, (Pick201B), Burkina Faso (Upper Volta) 500 Francs (4) dated 1982, a consecutively numbered series, (Pick306C), Senegal 2500 Francs issued 1994, (Pick712Kc), 1000 Francs dated 1981, (Pick707K), 100 Francs dated 1965, (Pick701Ke), most are Uncirculated or about (£125 - £175) 371) Western Samoa Territory 10 Shillings issued Wellington, 1st May 1961 series 336464, palm trees and beach scene top centre, (Pick10a), VF and scarce (£500 - £600)

issued 1941 - 1942, Libya Miltary Authority in Tripolitania 5 Lire issued 1943, Canada 10 Dollars signed Gordon & Towers dated 1937, Australia 10 Shillings signed Coombs & Wilson issued 1961 - 1965, Jersey 10 Shillings signed Padgham issued 1963 & Isle of Man 10 Shillings signed Garvey issued 1961, a good selection with some being Uncirculated or about (£220 - £350) 374) World (21), small collection with interesting notes some in high grade, Malta Banco di Malta 20 lire Sterline dated 18xx, an unissued remainder, (PickS163), usual holes to left, about Uncirculated, South Africa Barry & Nephews 5 Pounds unissued remainder, Swellendam branch dated 185x, vignette of cattle wagon at centre, Uncirculated, South Africa Montagu Bank, Cape of Good Hope 5 Pounds dated 18xx, unsigned remainder series No.1456, (PickS231r), usual holes to left, Uncirculated, Malta Government 1 Pound (Law 1949) issued in 1951, series A/21 058885, King George VI portrait at right, (Pick22a), Uncirculated, USA the Sussex Bank New Jersey 50 Dollars dated 18xx, unsigned remainder, Uncirculated, Saudi Arabia (6) 1 - 100 Riyals 1980’s, generally VF, Scotland (4) face value £21, Bank of England 10 Shillings (2) Peppiatt mauve WW2 issue, one aVF the other aUncirculated, plus a small booklet of Travellers Cheques (4), Martins Bank Limited, 5 Pounds, 10 Pounds (2) and 50 Pounds (£150 £250) 375) World (239) including Mauritania, Afghanistan, Mozambique, Malaya, Austria, Hungary, Spain, Libya, Lebanon etc., some cleaned and pressed, some duplication, mixed grades including some Uncirculated, an interesting collection needs viewing (£180 - £400) 376) World (26) small collection of mainly Asian notes including Malaya, Ceylon, Straits Settlements, plus other countries including Australia, Eastern Caribbean and Hungary, some duplication, interesting lot in mixed grades (£100 - £200) 377) World (264), collection in envelopes, including Ceylon, France, Belgium, Portugal, Norway plus more, some duplication, in mixed grades (£150 - £300) 378) World (375), assortment from many countries, some duplication, in mixed grades, including some Uncirculated (£75 - £150) 379) World (380), Japanese Invasion Money (345) from Philippines, Burma, Malaya & Netherland Indies, also Philippines (35) provincial local issue emergency issue notes from the 1940’s, mixed grades (£80 - £150)

372) World & GB (246), including Burma, France, Japan, Chile, Greece, Serbia, Thailand and more, GB (138) including Warren Fisher 1 Pound, range from Mahon to Hollom, Provincial notes Darlington Bank 5 Pounds, Stamford Spalding & Boston Bank 5 Pounds, range of Scotland 1 Pounds, also a few postal orders, stamps and fantasy notes, in mixed grades (£250 - £400) 373) World (10), high grade collection, Guernsey 5 Pounds signed Bull issued 1969 - 1975, Guernsey 1 Pound signed Hodder issued 1969 - 1975, New Zealand 10 Shillings signed Fleming issued 1960 - 1967, Gibraltar 10 Shillings dated 1958, Jersey 6 Pence German Occupation of WW2

380) World (4), collection of PMG graded notes, Straits Settlements 10 Cents dated 1919 in PMG holder graded 35net choice Very Fine, (Pick8b), Hong Kong Chartered Bank 10 Dollars issued 1962 - 1970 in PMG holder graded 64 choice Uncirculated, (Pick70c), Indonesia 10 Rupiah dated 1959 in PMG holder graded 66EPQ Gem Uncirculated, (Pick66), Jamaica 10 Dollars law of 1960 issued 1970 in PMG holder graded 58 choice about Uncirculated (£100 - £200) 381) World (43) Middle East & North Africa, Saudi Arabia (3), Qatar (4), Oman (8), Kuwait (2), UAE (3), Bahrain (4), Iran

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(3), Syria (3), Yemen (5), Sudan (6), Morocco (1), Libya (1), mixed grades (£160 - £200) 382) World (49) collection of Military issue notes, China, Belgium, Austria and USA military payment certificates, mixed grades (£100 - £150) 383) World (55), including Malta, French Indochina, Russia, Spain, Greece, many others, mixed grades needs viewing (£125 - £250) 384) World (67), various countries seen including Ceylon, Hong Kong, Malaya, GB, Mauritius and many others in mixed grades, needs viewing (£100 - £200) 385) World (69), including Russia, Ceylon, Jamaica, Canada, Morocco, Hong Kong, Poland and many others, in mixed grades, needs viewing (£180 - £350) 386) World (approx 250), collection including Germany, Greece, Russia, Japanese Invasion Money plus Greek paranumismatic and bond issues, mixed grades (£100 £300) 387) World (approx. 260), mixed world notes with some duplication seen, mixed grades (£60 - £150) 388) World (over 350), Malta, Japan, Paraguay, Germany and many other, some duplication, modern and older issues in mixed grades (£160 - £250) 389) World and English Provincial (7), Malaya & British Borneo 5 Dollars dated 1953, Tonga 4 Shillings dated 1960, Norway Spitzbergen 50 Ore issued 1923, Swedish coal concession note, remainder, Wishbeck & Lincolnshire Bank 5 and 10 Pounds dated 1894, cut cancelled, Stamford, Spalding & Boston banking co. 5 and 10 Pounds dated 1904 & 1902, cut cancelled (£80 - £100)

grades, viewing recommended (£50 - £150) 397) World mix (139) in an album, many countries including Italy, Pakistan, Hungary, Spain, Kuwait, Irael etc., in mixed grades (£40 - £60) 398) Yugoslavia (5), 50 Dinara (3) dated 1st May 1946, (Pick64a & Pick64b), 10 Dinara (2) dated 1944, soldier with rifle at right, (Pick50c), all notes EF or about (£50 - £70)

English Cased and Proof Items (lots 399-699)

399) 1887 Victoria Golden Jubilee Currency set (7 coins) comprising Crown 1887 GEF, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 EF, Halfcrown 1887 NEF/EF, Florin 1887 NEF/EF, Shilling GEF/EF, Sixpence 1887 Revised type GVF/EF, and Threepence 1887 NEF/EF (£150 - £200) 400) Britannia £25 2017 Platinum Quarter Ounce, with trident privy mark, 30th Anniversary of the first Britannia coin S.BO21, Platinum Proof FDC in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, ‘One of the first 100 struck’ in a Royal Mint box with certificate number 100 (£250 - £300) 401) 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 38 of just 250 sets issued, this set listed by Spink as PPBCS1 (£1,000 - £2,000)

390) World assortment (250), various countries including Portugal, Greece, Russia, China etc., in mixed grades (£60 - £80) 391) World banknotes in a box (approx. 270), mixed grades needs viewing (£100 - £200) 392) World collection (64), including GB British Armed Forces, Guernsey, Jersey, Gibraltar, Russia, Germany, France, Libya, Scotland, Falkland Islands, Mauritius, Rhodesia etc, many in high grade, good range viewing recommended (£300 £600) 393) World collection (over 350), including Bermuda, Korea, France, South Africa, Kuwait, Iraq, Tibet, Russia etc, rarer types seen , very good selection, viewing recommended (£400 - £800) 394) World in a shoebox (444), various countries in mixed grades (£100 - £200)

402) 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, S.PPBCS1 FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £2,000) 403) Britannia Gold 1989 a 4-coin set comprising £100 One Ounce, £50 Half Ounce, £25 Quarter Ounce and £10 One Tenth Ounce nFDC-FDC, the One Ounce with a small flaw in the reverse field, in the Black Royal Mint box of issue, no certificate (£1,750 - £2,250)

395) World in album (18), small collection of world notes, mixed grades (£20 - £40) 396) World in an album (312), some duplication, in mixed More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


Elizabeth II 90th Birthday (3), 2016 Christmas all BU in the Royal Mint packs of issue, Britannia Silver Fifty Pence 2014 Quarter Ounce SS Gairsoppa UNC in the Royal Mint folders of issue, Alderney Five Pound Crown 2014 70th Anniversary of D-Day Silver Proof (£400 - £700) 407) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2006 Four coin set FDC cased as issued with certificate the Ounce and Quarter Ounce coins with some toning (£1,700 - £2,200) 404) Britannia Gold 2018 a 6-coin set comprising £100 2018 One Ounce, £50 2018 Half Ounce, £25 2018 Quarter Ounce, £10 2018 One Tenth Ounce, One Pound 2018, One Twentieth Ounce and Fifty Pence 2018 One Fortieth Ounce all Proofs in .999 gold, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 220 sets produced (£2,900 - £3,400)

408) Britannia Silver 4-coin sets (2) 2001, 2003 Proof each nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, Britannia Silver Two Pounds a 4-coin set 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 UNC in a Royal Mint box with certificate, some of the coins with slight toning. Two Pounds Britannia 2013 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate. Britannia Silver Two Pounds (2) 1998, 1999, UNC in capsules with Westminster certificates. Two Pounds Britannia (5) 2000, 2003, 2004, 2015, 2017 UNC on the Royal Mint cards or in the Royal Mint boxes of issue (£280 - £380) 409) Britannia Silver Proof One Pound Collection 2007 (6 coin set) cased with certificate, Fine Silver Coins £100 2016 Trafalgar Square, £20 2013 (3), 2015 and 2016, £2 Britannia 2015 these all Unc and in The Royal Mint’s presentation cards, £5 Crowns 2000, 2007, 2012 and 2015 £2 1995 Dove, Last Round Pound 2015, 50p 2016 all BU and in Presentation packs (£200 - £300) 410) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2009 S.PBS11 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120)

405) Britannia Gold a 9-coin set commemorating the London 2012 Olympics, Faster, Higher and Stronger, comprising One Hundred Pounds (3) 2010 Faster - Neptune, 2011 Higher - Jupiter, 2012 Stronger - Mars, Twenty Five Pounds (6) 2010 Faster - Diana, 2010 Faster - Mercury, 2011 Higher - Juno, 2011 Higher - Apollo, 2012 Stronger - Vulcan, 2012 Stronger - Minerva Gold Proofs FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificates, a seldom offered set (£4,500 - £5,500)

411) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2012 S.PBS16 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 412) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2013 a 5-coin set comprising Two Pounds, One Pound, Fifty Pence, Twenty Pence and Ten Pence Britannia coins, FDC in the black case of issue with certificate (£100 - £180) 413) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2014 a 6-coin set comprising Two Pounds, One Pound, Fifty Pence, Twenty Pence, Ten Pence and Five Pence Britannia coins, FDC in the black case of issue with certificate (£150 - £300) 414) Britannia Silver Proof Set 2017 a 6-coin set comprising Two Pounds, One Pound, Fifty Pence, Twenty Pence, Ten Pence and Five Pence Britannia coins, FDC in the black case of issue with certificate (£150 - £300)

406) Britannia Gold Fifty Pence 2014 One Fortieth Ounce Gold Proofs (2) FDC on the Royal Mint cards of issue, Five Pound Crown 2016 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme Silver Proof, Fifty Pence 2013 Christopher Ironside Silver Proof, One Hundred Pounds 2015 Big Ben Two-ounce Silver BU in the Royal Mint pack of issue, Twenty Pounds Silver (14) 2013 George and the Dragon BU, 2014 Outbreak of World War I 100th Anniversary (7), 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch, 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill (2), 2016 Queen

415) Britannia Silver Set 2006 The Golden Silhouette Collection a 5-coin set of five different Two Pounds designs (S.BF2A, S.BF7A, S.BF8A, S.BF9A, S.BF10A), each with selected gold plating of the obverse and reverse S.PBS07 an impressive set Proof nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£225 - £275) 416) Britannia Ten Pounds 2013 5oz.Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 417) British Coins of World War II 1939-1945 comprising a set of coins from each Year 1939 (10 coins Halfcrown to Farthing), 1940 (10 coins Halfcrown to Farthing), 1941 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing), 1942 (8 coins Halfcrown

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to Farthing , no Silver Threepence), 1943 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing, no Silver Threepence), 1944 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing, no Silver Threepence), 1945 (9 coins Halfcrown to Farthing) in mixed circulated grades, in a presentation mini-cabinet almost all with certificates. Numismatic First Day Covers 2007 (11) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding from a host of Commonwealth Countries, all Crown-sized on the cover of issue with stamps, UNC in the album of issue. Diana Princess of Wales Numismatic First Day Covers (9) from a host of Commonwealth countries. Medallic First Day Cover (1), Phonecard Covers (2) along with other commemorative stamps, UNC in the album of issue (£100 - £200) 418) Countdown to the London 2012 Olympic Games, Five Pound Crowns a 4-coin set in gold comprising 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 Countdown issues all Gold Proofs each with the coloured Olympic logo on the reverse, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint long box of issue with certificate (£5,500 £6,500)

issue (£1,400 - £1,800) 423) Era of Gold - Age of Empire, Sovereigns a 7-coin set comprising Sovereigns 1918I (2) Marsh 228 Lustrous A/ UNC and Lustrous GEF, 1918S Marsh 278 Lustrous GEF, 1925 Marsh 220 (2) GEF and A/UNC, 1925M Marsh 243 GEF and lustrous, 1930SA Marsh 294 UNC or near so and lustrous, in the box of issue (£1,400 - £1,800) 424) Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s box with their with certificate (£600 - £800) 425) Fifty Pence 1998 25th Anniversary of the Entry into the EEC Gold Proof S.H9 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 426) Fifty Pence 1998 50th Anniversary of the NHS Gold Proof S.H10 nFDC the obverse with a light handling mark, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 427) Fifty Pence 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries Gold Proof S.H11 one tiny tone spot on the reverse otherwise FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 428) Fifty Pence 2003 100th Anniversary of the WSPU Gold Proof S.12 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550)

419) Countdown to the London Olympic Games, Five Pound Crowns (4) 2009 3-Year Countdown Gold Proof S.4920, 2010 2-Year Countdown S.4921, 2011 One Year Countdown S.4922 and 2012 Olympic Games S.4923 all Gold Proofs with the blue Olympic logo on the reverses, in NGC holders, each coin graded PF70 Ultra Cameo (£5,500 - £6,500)

429) Fifty Pence 2004 50th Anniversary of the First 4-minute mile Gold Proof S.H13 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 430) Fifty Pence 2006 150th Anniversary of the Introduction of the Victoria Cross - The Award, Gold Proof S.H15 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 431) Fifty Pence 2007 100 Years of Boy Scouting Gold Proof S.H17 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 432) Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary, on a Numismatic First Day Cover with set of four stamps, 2x 90 Pence ands 2x First Class, Lustrous UNC on the cover of issue (£170 - £220)

420) Crown 1902 ESC 361 A./UNC and lustrous with some scratches on the portrait, and in a Royal Mint presentation box (£125 - £225) 421) Era of Gold - Age of Empire, Sovereigns (8) 1879S Shield NVF/VF, 1890M Marsh 134 GF, 1892 Marsh 128 VF, 1905 Marsh 177 VF, 1906 Marsh 178 GVF, 1912 Marsh 215 VF, 1914 Marsh 217 GVF, 1929SA Marsh 293 GVF with some edge nicks, Half Sovereigns (5) 1892 No JEB Marsh 481A Fine, 1897 Marsh 492 Good Fine/Fine, 1907 Marsh 510 NVF, 1908 Marsh 511 NVF, 1910 Marsh 513 NVF, these in two ‘Age of Empire trays’ accompanied by some Westminster certificates, these largely unrelated to the coins (£2,000 - £2,600)

433) Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girl Guiding Gold Proof S.H24 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 434) Fifty Pence 2011 (11) London 2012 Olympics :- Yachting (2), Cycling (2), Triathlon, Basketball (2), Fair Play (2), Fencing and Gymnastics Silver BU on the cards of issue, no certificates (£120 - £150) 435) Fifty Pence 2012 London Olympic Games - Gold Medal Winners Coin - Athletics, Gold Proof Piedfort FDC in the box of issue with certificate and ‘Chief Engraver Master Proofs’ card, number 18 of just 29 issued (£4,000 - £5,000)

422) Era of Gold - Age of Empire, Sovereigns a 7-coin set comprising Sovereigns 1876 George and the Dragon Marsh 88 VF, 1900 Marsh 151 GF/NVF, 1909 Marsh 181 NEF, 1911 Marsh 213 GEF, 1931SA Marsh 295 EF, 1968 Marsh 306 Lustrous UNC, 2006 UNC and fully lustrous in the box of More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


436) Fifty Pence 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games Gold Proof S.H28 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 437) Fifty Pence 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Gold Proof S.H31 a hint of toning on the obverse otherwise FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 438) Fifty Pence 2016 - Beatrix Potter - Peter Rabbit (3) S.H34 Lustrous UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue (£20 - £40) 439) Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings Gold Proof S.H32 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700)

Rugby World Cup (2), 2001 Marconi, 2003 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of the DNA Double Helix (2), One Pound (5) 1995 Wales, 1996 Northern Ireland, 1997 England, 2016 The Last Round Pound, 2017 Nations of the Crown 12-sided, UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, One Pound 1993 and 1994 EF, Fifty Pence 2003 WSPU UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Numismatic First Day Cover 2015 Five Pound Crown 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill on cover with First Class Stamp, Guernsey/Jersey and Alderney Five Pound Crowns a 3-coin set 2002 Diana - The Work Continues, Alderney (2) Five Pound Crown 2003 Concorde, Five Pound Crown 2015 with coloured Poppies on the reverse UNC in the wallets of issue, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2003 The Royal Navy, the reverse with a coloured flag, UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£300 - £400) 445) Five Hundred Pounds 2017 Britannia 5oz. Gold Proof The 30th Anniversary of the striking of the First Gold Britannia S.BR4 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 130 minted, lists at £8250 in the Spink catalogue (£6,500 - £7,500)

440) Fifty Pence 2016 Team GB Swimmer Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate no 48 from a mintage of 306 (£450 - £650) 441) Fifty Pence 2017 Sir Isaac Newton Gold Proof S.H39 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700) 442) Fifty Pences The London 2012 50p Sports Collection a 29coin set dated 2011 each coin depicting a different Olympic Sport, all Silver issues, BU in the Royal Mint box of issue (£450 - £650) 443) Fifty Pences The London 2012 50p Sports Collection a 29coin set dated 2011 each coin depicting a different Olympic Sport, all Silver issues, BU in the Royal Mint box of issue (£450 - £650) 444) Fifty Pounds 2016 William Shakespeare Silver One Ounce BU on the Royal Mint card of issue, still sealed. Fifty Pounds Silver Britannia 2015 Silver One Ounce BU on the Royal Mint card of issue, still sealed. Britannia Fifty Pence 2014 Silver Quarter Ounce SS Gairsoppa UNC lightly toning, in the Royal Mint wallet of issue. Five Pound Crown 2013 The Christening of Prince George of Cambridge Silver Proof. Two Pounds Britannia Silver 2001 Proof, Two Pounds 1999 Rugby World Cup, Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof (no certificate), Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates unless stated. Royal Mint Year Sets (10) 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, Five Pound Crowns - The Queen’s Beasts (2) 2017 The Lion of England, 2017 The Unicorn of Scotland UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Five Pound Crowns (6) 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee, 2015 The Royal Birth - To Celebrate The Birth of The Second Child of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday, Two Pounds a 3-coin set 2016 Shakespeare Comedies, Tragedies and Histories, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1989 Bill and Claim of Rights, Two Pounds (7) 1995 Peace Dove, 1997, 1999

446) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 5oz. Gold Proof The Queen’s Beasts - The Red Dragon of Wales FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 44 of only 75 issued in this format (£6,500 - £8,000)

447) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 Britannia 5oz. of .999 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 30 of only 90 pieces issued in this format (£7,000 - £8,500)

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451) Five Pound Crown 2017 1000th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Canute Gold Proof S.L50, near FDC with a small tone spot on the reverse rim, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 284 minted (£1,800 - £2,200) 452) Five Pound Crown 2017 Prince Philip a Life of Service Gold Proof S.L56 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, One of the first 50 Struck. In the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,600 - £2,000)

448) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 Shengxiao Collection - Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog 5oz. Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, number 13 of just 58 minted (£7,000 - £9,000)

453) Five Pound Crowns (2) 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort with selected gold plating, S.L16A, nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof Piedfort S.L24, nFDC with very minor toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£110 - £140) 454) Five Pound Crowns (2) 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof Piedfort, S.L24, nFDC with minor toning, the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, S.L24, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £150)

449) Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,500 - £3,000)

450) Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial Gold Proof S.L6 FDC/nFDC with a faint toning spot on the reverse (£1,500 - £3,000)

455) Five Pound Crowns (2) 2015 Queen Elizabeth II The Longest Reigning Monarch Silver Proof, 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Silver Proof, One Pound 2016 The Last Round Pound Silver Proof FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Gibraltar Ten Crowns 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Bronze Proof layered in silver, 88mm diameter and weighing 400 grammes, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, The King Edward VIII 1936 New Strike Pattern Set Gold Layered edition Fantasy Crown to Fantasy Threepence (6 coins) nFDC to FDC in the box of issue (£50 - £150) 456) Five Pound Crowns (5) 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Silver Proof, 2000 Millenium Silver Proof, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof, 2003 Coronation Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof, Two Pounds (11) 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof, 1998 Silver Proof, 2001 Marconi Silver Proof, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive Silver Proof, 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot Silver Proof, 2006 Brunel - The Man Silver Proof, 2006 Brunel - His Achievements Silver Proof, 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union Silver Proof, 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof nFDC in capsule, unboxed, One Pound Silver Proof Piedfort 1999, One Pound Silver Proofs (5) 1987, 1988, 1992 (no certificate), 2004, 2006, Fifty Pences (7) 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, 1998 50th Anniversary of the Founding of the NHS Silver Proof, 2003 WSPU Silver Proof, 2004 50th Anniversary of the Four-minute mile Silver Proof, 2006 Victoria Cross - The Award Silver Proof, 2006 The Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts Silver Proof, 2007 100 Years of Scouting Silver Proof, Crown 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Silver Proof, Five Pences a 2-coin set 1990 Large and Small sizes, Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates

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unless stated (£275 - £500) 457) Five Pound Crowns (6) 1999 Diana Memorial, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial, 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary, 2004 100th Anniversary of the Entente Cordiale all Silver Proofs, the first with light toning and nFDC, the others FDC in the boxes of issue, all with certificates (£90 - £160) 458) Five Pound Crowns (8) 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort, 2004 Entente Cordiale 100th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof Piedfort, 2008 Queen Elizabeth I 450th Anniversary of the Accession Silver Proof Piedfort, 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton Silver Proof Piedfort, 2012 London Paralympic Games Silver Proof Piedfort, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof Piedfort, 2012 London Olympic Games Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £250) 459) Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2012 London Olympic Games Gold Proof and Silver Proof issues FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,500 - £2,000) 460) Five Pound Crowns a Celebration of Britain (14) 2009 The Mind Series (7) Big Ben, Sir Isaac Newton, William Shakespeare, The Flying Scotsman, Stonehenge, The Angel of the North Silver Proofs, and Big Ben Cupro-Nickel Proof, 2010 The Body Series (4) River Thames, Giant’s Causeway, Weather and The Great British Oak Silver Proofs, 2010 The Spirit Series (3) Pageantry, Music and Courage Silver Proofs, Five Pound Crowns - Countdown to the London Olympics (2) 2009 3-Year Countdown, 2010 2-Year Countdown Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC all in a Westminster box with certificates, the last with incorrect certificate, Guernsey Five Pound Crown 2008 History of the Royal Air Force Silver Proof nFDC, Cook Islands One Dollar 2009 40th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Proof nFDC with coloured reverse, GB Five Pound Crown 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy UNC and Guernsey Five Pound Crown 2008 History of the Royal Air Force UNC (£250 - £500) 461) Five Pound Crowns Silver Proof Piedforts (8) 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, 2004 Entente Cordiale, 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday with coloured highlighting on the reverse, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding, 2008 Queen Elizabeth I 450th Anniversary of the Accession, 2008 Prince of Wales 60th Birthday, 2005 Nelson, 2005 Trafalgar, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, the last two in Westminster boxes, Five Pound Crowns (10) 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Silver Proof, 2000 Millennium Silver Proof, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof, 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial Silver Proof, 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary Silver Proof, 2004 Entente Cordiale Silver Proof, 2005 Battle of Trafalgar Silver Proof, 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £350)

462) Five Pounds 1839 Una and the Lion a modern Fantasy Restrike, 31.53 grammes of 9 carat gold, Plain edge with hallmark, Lustrous UNC with some very light toning, in a blue presentation box (£450 - £550) 463) Five Pounds 1991 Gold BU cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 464) Five Pounds 1996 U Gold BU in the Royal Mint’s green velvet presentation box with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 465) Five Pounds 1999 Millennium Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 466) Five Pounds 2000 Gold Proof Queen Mother Centenary Year Crown FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 £1,500) 467) Five Pounds 2000 Queen Mother Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 468) Five Pounds 2001 Victorian Age Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 469) Five Pounds 2002 Gold BU in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 470) Five Pounds 2002 Gold Proof Crown Queen Mother Memorial FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 £1,500) 471) Five Pounds 2002 Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 472) Five Pounds 2002 Gold Proof Golden Jubilee Crown FDC in case of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 473) Five Pounds 2002 Queen Mother Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 474) Five Pounds 2004 Platinum Proof Piedfort Entente Cordial Crown FDC cased as issued with certificate (£2,000 £3,000) 475) Five Pounds 2006 Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 476) Five Pounds 2006 Platinum Proof Queen Elizabeth II 80th birthday Crown FDC cased as issued with certificate a seldom offered type with only 250 minted (£2,000 £3,000) 477) Five Pounds 2008 Elizabeth I Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate a seldom offered issue (£1,100 £1,600) 478) Five Pounds 2008 Elizabeth I Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate a seldom offered issue (£1,100 £1,600)

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479) Five Pounds 2013 Gold BU cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

sized one ounce of 9 carat gold (£300 - £500) 488) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - The Classic Gold Collection a 20-coin set containing Four-coin gold sets (5) 1980, 1985, 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, 1998 and 2002 Shield, each of the 5 sets containing Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign, the Machin, Maklouf, Rank-Broadleys bust of the Queen are represented as well as the enthroned portrait on the 1989 set, a spectacular set and sure to be sought after, this being number 8 of only 35 sets assembled nFDC to FDC in the large Royal Mint box of issue with booklet, the first such set we have offered (£13,000 - £16,000)

480) GB and World Numismatic and Banknote Covers - A collection in 11 albums, The British Isles Coin Cover collection, includes some silver issues, all on the envelopes as issued (£500 - £1,000) 481) GB and World Numismatic First Day Covers, Philatelic First Day Covers and Stamp Collections, a large collection in 30 Albums a host of different subjects including Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, Coronation Golden Jubilee, The Golden Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, The Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Queen Mother 95th Birthday, Queen Mother 100th Birthday, The Queen Mother 1900-2002, Diana Princes of Wales 1961-1997, Prince William 21st Birthday, The Royal Family, British Isles Coin Cover Collection, (this covers many subjects), The History of World War II, D-Day 60th Anniversary , and Medallic Cover album containing replica medals on covers in a Benham Album UNC as issued, includes one with a Half Sovereign 2000, and some silver Crown-sized issues, UNC in the albums of issue (lot, total weight over 50 Kilos) (£750 - £2,250) 482) George V Gold Mintmark Set containing 5 Sovereigns 1930 SA, 1928 SA, 1918 I, 1915, 1911 C a high grade group generally EF or better and in the Royal Mint’s wooden presentation box with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 483) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C GVF/NEF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£125 - £200)

489) Maundy Set 1892 ESC 2507, Bull 3550 EF to UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£75 - £125) 490) Maundy Set 1897 ESC 2512, Bull 3555 EF to A/UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate, the Twopence with small edge nicks (£75 - £125) 491) Numismatic Coin Cover Sovereign 2005 UNC on the ‘Sovereign Designer’s Gold Coin’ Cover with First Class stamps (2) UNC in the Westminster wallet of issue with certificate (£200 - £250) 492) Numismatic First Day Cover - Diana Princess of Wales 19611997 10th Anniversary of her death, Sovereign 2007 S.SC4 UNC on the Westminster cover of issue with 5x 26 Pence stamps each with a different portrait of Princess Diana (£200 - £300) 493) One Hundred Pounds 2010 Gold One Ounce, London 2012 Olympics, Faster - Neptune, S.4915 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo (£1,000 - £1,200)

484) Half Sovereign 2002 Proof FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£100 - £170) 485) Half Sovereigns (4) 2000 Marsh 545 Lustrous UNC in a presentation box, 2001 (3) Marsh 546 the first two UNC in presentation boxes, the third UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, with four unrelated certificates (£400 - £600) 486) Half Sovereigns a 10-coin set Edward VII 1902 Good Fine, 1903 NVF, 1904 GVF/VF, 1905 (2) NVF/GF and NVF, 1906 NVF, 1907 NVF, 1908 VF/NVF, 1909 NVF, 1910 GVF in a Hallmark Coins box with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

494) One Hundred Pounds 2011 Gold One Ounce, London 2012 Olympics, Higher - Jupiter, S.4916 in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo (£1,000 - £1,200)

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495) One Hundred Pounds 2014 - Year of the Horse Gold Proof in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates 31.21 grams of pure 999.9 gold and with an issue limit of just 888, cost £1,950 when issued (£900 - £1,400) 498) One Hundred Pounds 2017 Gold One Ounce, The Queen’s Beasts - The Lion of England S.QCG1 in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, One of the first 250 struck (£1,200 - £1,500)

496) One Hundred Pounds 2015 - Year of the Sheep Gold Proof in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates 31.21 grams of pure 999.9 gold and with an issue limit of just 888, cost £1,950 when issued (£900 - £1,400)

499) One Pound 2010 London Gold Proof - The Limited Edition Presentation with a 100mm diameter plaster of the coin FDC both encased in a presentation frame, with certificate number 86 of just 100 sets produced (£620 - £660) 500) One Pound 2010 London Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 501) One Pound 5-coin set 2003-2007 (2) Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC both sets in the boxes of issue with certificates, Five Pound Crown 2015 The Second Birthday of Prince George Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate. Fantasy Maundy Sets of Edward VIII 1936 in silver (2) UNC both of the Fourpences with striking flaws on the obverse in the London Mint Office boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £250)

497) One Hundred Pounds 2016 - Year of the Monkey Gold Proof in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates 31.21 grams of pure 999.9 gold and with an issue limit of just 888 (£900 - £1,400)

502) One Pound Pattern Set 2003 a Four-coin set in Gold depicting famous bridges Spink PPS2 FDC cased as issued with certificate (£2,000 - £2,500) 503) One Pound Pattern Set 2004 in Gold a four-coin set depicting heraldic beasts FDC cased as issued with certificate (£2,000 - £2,500)

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504) One Pound Silver Proof Pattern 4-coin collection 2003 depicting bridges nFDC in the blue box of issue with certificate, Icons of a Nation One Pound a 4-coin set 20132014 comprising 2013 England, 2013 Wales, 2014 Northern Ireland and 2014 Scotland Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mont box of issue with certificates, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (3) 2015 The Royal Arms, 2016 The Last Round Pound, 2017 Nations of the Crown One Pound Silver Proofs (9) 1992, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001 (2), 2002 (2), 2003 (this in the 5-coin box), nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Guernsey One Pound 2001 Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday Silver Proof, Alderney and Guernsey One Pounds a 2-coin set 2001 Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday Silver Proofs FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£180 - £220) 505) One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (12) 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, One Pound Silver Proofs (2) 1998, 2004 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificate, (one with a Westminster certificate) (£140 - £180) 506) One Pound the 25th Anniversary Collection 2008 Silver Proofs with gold highlighting, a part set (10 of the 14 coins) UNC with contact marks, a few spots and hairlines, in the black Royal Mint box with 12 certificates (£50 - £100)

510) Proof Set 1902 Long Matt Set 13 coins Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set, the Two Pounds and Maundy Penny each with an edge nick, nFDC with minor hairlines and the odd contact mark, the silver with a pleasing and even tone, in the red octagonal dated case, this in fair condition (£4,500 - £5,500)

507) One Pounds Floral Collection Gold Proof 4 coin set comprising One Pounds (4) 2013 Wales, 2013 England, 2014 Northern Ireland and 2014 Scotland FDC in the Royal Mont presentation box with all certificates (£2,000 - £2,600) 508) Premium Proof Sets (4) 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 all FDC and in the wooden cases and card boxes of issue. (£200 - £400) 509) Proof Set 1893 Long Set (10 Coins) all slabbed in PCGS holders comprising Five Pounds 1893 Proof S.3872 PCGS PR62 Deep Cameo, Two Pounds 1893 Proof S.3873 PCGS PR60 Cameo looks very conservatively graded or under graded, Sovereign 1893 Proof S.3873 PCGS PR62, Half Sovereign 1893 Proof S.3878 PCGS PR62, Crown 1893 LVI Proof ESC 304, Bull 2594, Davies 505P dies 2A, PCGS PR62, Halfcrown 1893 Proof ESC 727, Bull 2779, Davies 663 dies 2B PCGS PR62, Florin 1893 Proof ESC 877, Bull 2963, Davies 831P dies 2A, PCGS PR63, Shilling 1893 Proof ESC 1362, Bull 3155, Davies 1011P, PCGS PR62, Sixpence 1893 Proof ESC 1763, Bull 3286, Davies 1181P First I of VICTORIA points to a rim tooth PCGS PR62, Threepence 1893 Proof ESC 2105, Bull 3445, Davies 1351P dies 2A Second I in VICTORIA points to a rim tooth, the gold retaining original mint brilliance, the silver with a deep and colourful matching tone, complete long sets becoming difficult to find now, Bull states around 650 sets were minted. Many have been broken up. (£40,000 - £50,000)

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Twopence PR62 Matte, and Penny PR63 Matte, a high grade set desirable thus, comes with the 13 coin official box (£6,000 - £8,000)

512) Proof Set 1902 Long Matt Set 13 coins in PCGS holders as follows: Five Pounds PR63 Matte, Two Pounds PR63 Matte, Sovereign PR63 Matte, Half Sovereign PR62 Matte, Crown PR64 Matte, Halfcrown PR64 Matte, Florin PR64 Matte, Shilling PR63 Matte, Sixpence PR62 Matte and Maundy Set Fourpence PR64 Matte, Threepence PR63 Matte, Twopence PR63 Matte, and Penny PR64 Matte, an excellent set, the silver nicely matched, comes with the 13 coin official box (£6,000 - £9,000)

514) Proof Set 1927 (6 coins) Crown to Silver Threepence Lustrous UNC to nFDC, in the original case of issue (£400 - £600) 515) Proof Set 1927 Crown to Threepence (6 coins) nFDC toned, the Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence with attractive colour, in the card box of issue (£400 - £500) 516) Proof Set 1937 (15 coins) Crown to Farthing including the Maundy Set, nFDC to FDC the bronze and brass toned, in the red case of issue. Currency Sets 1953 10 coins, Crown to Farthing UNC, the bronze lustrous, boxed. 1956 (8 coins) Halfcrown, Florin, Shillings (2, English and Scottish), Sixpence, Threepence Halfpenny and Farthing A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, boxed (£200 - £250) 517) Proof Set 1937 (15 coins) Crown to Farthing including the Maundy Set, the bronze and brass with some lustre UNC to nFDC in the red box of issue (£200 - £300) 518) Proof Set 1937 (4 coins) Five Pounds to Half Sovereign FDC a high grade set the Five aFDC with minimal hairlines, the Two aFDC with some light hairlines, the Sovereign choice, the Half with a couple of hairline scratches a better than average set, the box too is very nice (£9,000 - £11,000)

513) Proof Set 1902 the Long set Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set nFDC-FDC the Five Pounds with a few trivial nicks, the other gold coins very attractive, the silver well matched, the Shilling with a few tone spots on the reverse, in the octagonal red box of issue, a most attractive set and very sought after in this pleasing grade (£4,000 - £6,500) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


523) Proof Set 1951 (10 coins) Crown to Farthing nFDC a most attractive set with the bronze and brass retaining virtually full lustre, in the maroon box of issue this in very good condition (£130 - £160) 524) Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy aFDC in the velvet box with certificates of issue (£150 - £200)

519) Proof Set 1937 Crown to Farthing including the Maundy Set (15 coins) nFDC to FDC, the Penny with some staining, others with some toning, in the red box of issue (£200 £300) 520) Proof Set 1937 in LCGS holders comprising Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021 LCGS 88, Halfcrown 1937 Proof ESC 787, Bull 4035, LCGS 88, Florin 1937 Proof ESC 975, Bull 4077, LCGS 88, Shilling 1937E Proof ESC 1451, Bull 4121 LCGS 90, Shilling 1937S ESC 1453, Bull 4150, LCGS 82, Sixpence 1937 Proof ESC 1827, Bull 4219, LCGS 88, Silver Threepence 1937 Proof ESC 2151, Bull 4276, LCGS 88, Brass Threepence 1937 Proof Peck 2371, LCGS 88, Maundy Fourpence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 90, Maundy Threepence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 90, Maundy Twopence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 90, Maundy Penny 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 88, Penny 1937 Proof Freeman 218 LCGS 82, Halfpenny 1937 Proof Freeman 430 LCGS 82, Farthing 1937 Proof Freeman 629, LCGS 82 (£200 - £300) 521) Proof Set 1937 in LCGS holders comprising Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021 LCGS 88, Halfcrown 1937 Proof ESC 787, Bull 4035, LCGS 88, Florin 1937 Proof ESC 975, Bull 4077, LCGS 88, Shilling 1937E ESC 1451, Bull 4121, LCGS 93, Shilling 1937S Proof ESC 1453, Bull 4150 LCGS 93, Sixpence 1937 Proof ESC 1827, Bull 4219 LCGS 90, Silver Threepence 1937 Proof ESC 2151, Bull 4276, LCGS 92, Brass Threepence 1937 Proof Peck 2371 LCGS 91, Maundy Fourpence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 92, Maundy Threepence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 92, Maundy Twopence 1937 Proof CGS Variety 1 LCGS 91, Maundy Penny 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 91, Penny 1937 Proof Freeman 218 LCGS 88, Halfpenny 1937 Proof Freeman 430 LCGS 91, Farthing 1937 Proof Freeman 629 LCGS 85 (£200 - £300) 522) Proof Set 1937 in LCGS holders comprising Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021, LCGS 92, Halfcrown 1937 Proof ESC 787, Bull 4035, LCGS 92, Florin 1937 Proof ESC 975, Bull 4077, LCGS 92, Shilling 1937E Proof ESC 1451, Bull 4121, LCGS 90, Shilling 1937S Proof ESC 1453, Bull 4150, LCGS 91, Sixpence 1937 Proof ESC 1827, Bull 4219, LCGS 93, Silver Threepence 1937 Proof ESC 2151, Bull 4276, LCGS 91, Brass Threepence 1937 Proof Peck 2371 LCGS 88, Maundy Fourpence 1937 CGS Variety 1 LCGS 93, Maundy Threepence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 93, Maundy Twopence 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1 LCGS 94, Maundy Penny 1937 Proof LCGS Variety 1, LCGS 93, Penny 1937 Proof Freeman 218 LCGS 90, Halfpenny 1937 Proof Freeman 430 LCGS 88, Farthing 1937 Proof Freeman 629 LCGS 88, along with the Royal Mint case of issue (£200 £300)

525) Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy Money a couple of coins with a hint of toning, otherwise FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 526) Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy Money a couple of coins with a hint of toning, otherwise FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 527) Proof Set 2008 Emblems of Britain in Platinum One Pound to One Penny (7 coins), FDC in the Royal Mint’s box of issue with certificates (£1,700 - £2,500) 528) Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, a 7 coin set One Pound to Penny in Gold Proof FDC in the wooden box of issue with booklet and certificates (£2,500 - £3,500) 529) Proof Set 2009 Black Leather Deluxe, the 12 -coin set includes the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens nFDC to FDC the Penny with a hint of toning, in the case of issue with certificate (£70 - £120) 530) Proof Set 2010 in Silver a 13-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy, Two Pounds 2010 Florence Nightingale, One Pound (2) 2010 London, 2010 Belfast, Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girl Guiding, plus Two Pounds 2010, One Pound 2010, and the full Royal Shield set Fifty Pence to One Penny all struck in silver nFDC to FDC in the impressive large black box of issue with certificate, Proof Set 2008 One Pound to One Penny Royal Shield of Arms, all struck in silver in the black Royal Mint box with certificate (£200 - £250) 531) Proof Set 2012 The Diamond Jubilee Proof Set (7 coins) Five Pound Crown and Fifty Pence to One Penny, all struck in silver S.PSS47 FDC in the black box of issue with certificate, lists at £395 in the Spink catalogue (£180 - £220) 532) Proof Set 2015 (8 coins, in silver) Two Pounds to One Penny Silver Proofs, The Fifth Circulating Coinage Portrait First Edition FDC cased with certificate (£50 - £80) 533) Proof Sets (10) Executive Sets 2000, 2003, 2005, 2009 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, 1996 (7 coins) Silver Set with One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver nFDC in the box of issue, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms FDC in the black box of issue, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (2) 1989, 2002, Blue Set 1990, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Standard Set 2010 (12 Coins and Royal Mint medallion) FDC in the box of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 2009 UNC in the wallet of issue, Two Pounds 2008 Olympic Game Handover Ceremony UNC in the Royal Mint pack of issue, still sealed, William and Kate Royal Wedding Commemorative Coin Cover 2010 comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 Cupro-Nickel UNC, and

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27p and First Class stamps UNC sealed in the Royal Mint pack, along with ‘Era of Gold’ empty presentation box, Whitman Folders (empty) (11) and Photo Frames (5), 4 in silver and one silver plated, in various sizes up to 5.5 inches x 4 inches (£250 - £450) 534) Proof Sets (15) 1970 (2), 1971, 1972 (2), 1973 (2), 1974 (2), 1975 (2), 1976 (2), 1977, 1981, nFDC in the cases of issue a few coins with toning, Two Pounds 1989 2-coin sets Bill and Claim of Rights (5 sets) UNC all but one still sealed, Greece a 7-coin set 2000 100 Drachmai to 1 Drachma VF to UNC cased, New Zealand Mint Set 1989 (5 Coins) One Dollar to 5 Cents UNC in the wallet of issue, Western Samoa 1974 Mint Set Tala to One Sene UNC in the case of issue, China medallions Olympic Venues 2008 a 2-piece set 45mm diameter in gold plated copper Aquatics Centre and Birds Nest Stadium Prooflike UNC with coloured Olympic Logo on each of the reverses, in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 535) Proof Sets (2) 2008 Emblems of Britain (7 coins) all struck in silver, Proof FDC in the double box of issue with certificates, Royal Shield of Arms 2008 nFDC in the black box of issue, Five Pound Crowns (3) 2007 Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Proof, 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth II Silver Proof, 2012 London Olympic Games Gold Plated Silver Proof with the Olympic logo in the colours of the Union Jack, Two Pounds (4) 2007 Abolition of the Slave Trade Silver Proof, 2008 Olympic Games Handover Ceremony Silver Proof, 2008 Centenary of the 4th Olympiad London Olympics of 1908 Silver Proof, 2011 500th Anniversary of the Launch of the Mary Rose Silver Proof, One Pound Silver Proofs (5) 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge Silver Proof, 2008 The Royal Arms Silver Proof, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof, 2010 London Silver Proof, 2010 Belfast Silver Proof, Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, most with certificates, Two Pounds Britannia Silver (4) 2006 , 2007 (2), 2013 this in a Datestamp holder with First Class stamp, Five Pound Crown 2011 Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Wedding UNC, many with Westminster certificates, these along with a Westminster box (£350 - £600) 536) Proof Sets (22) Flat Packs (9) 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980 (2) nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Blue Sets (2) 1988, 1999, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (8) 1985, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2002 (2), 2003, Standard Sets (2) 2000, 2004 nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue a few coins with toning also a 1984 set nFDC packed in a Red Leather Deluxe case, 2014 Commemorative Set (6 coins) Five Pound Crown 2014 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne, Two Pounds (2) 2014 500th Anniversary of Trinity House, 2014 World War I, One Pound 2014 Scotland - Floral, 2014 Northern Ireland - Floral, Fifty Pence Glasgow Commonwealth Games nFDC in the bookform case of issue (£200 - £300) 537) Proof Sets (3) 1950 Halfcrown to Farthing (9 coins) nFDC toned, 1951 Crown to Farthing (10 coins) nFDC to FDC the Crown firmly wedged in the box, the bronze and brass lustrous , 1953 Crown to Farthing (10 coins) nFDC to FDC, Crowns (4) 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding Silver Proof, 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, 1980

Queen Mother 80th Birthday Silver Proof, 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £250) 538) Proof Sets 1970 (2), 71, 72 (2), 73 (3), 74 (3), 75 (3), 76 (3), 77 (3), 78 (2), 79 (2), 80 (2), 81 (2), 82 (2), 83 (2), 84, 87, and Red Leather 1986 and 1990 these generally FDC packaged as issued some with toning, Mint Sets 1985 (2), 1986, 1987 (2), 1988, 1990 (3) BU as issued. One Pound 1988 BU in the Royal Mint Pack. Silver Proofs 20p 1982 Piedfort (2), One Pound 1983 (2), 25p Crowns 1977 (2), 5p 1990 2 coin set these FDC cased as issued, Silver Medals 1972 Wedding Anniversary and 1972 Edward Duke of Windsor cased Unc and a 1981 cupro crown (£300 - £500) 539) Proof Sets 2015 The double Proof Set in gold comprising the final editions of the Fourth Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley and the First Edition of the Fifth Portrait by Jody Clark S.PGC4P and S.PGC5P Two Pounds to One Penny (16 coins in total) nFDC to FDC in the large Royal Mint box of issue with certificates and booklets (£6,000 - £7,000)

540) Proof Sets Blue 1997, Red 2005 and 2007, Black 2010 (the £2 with a spot) Card Case 2007, grey pop up 2000 and 2001 these general FDC some with certificates, Mint Sets 1998 and 1999 BU, Annual Coin Sets (Mint Sets) 2016, 2017 and 2018 BU (£100 - £160) 541) Proof Sets Red Leather 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, grey hard case 2000, Black Book-Form Collectors Edition 2013 these aFDC - FDC cased as issued some with toning along with 1953 Plastic Set and some base metal 20th century GB circulated coinage (lot) (£150 - £250) 542) Proof Sets Red Leather Deluxe (9) 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2003 nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1997 and 1998 Silver Proofs, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (5) 1987, 1993, 1999, 2001, 2002, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 1983, 1987, 1995, Crown 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Royal Mint Year Set 1986 UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 UNC lightly toned in the maroon box, Jersey Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Proof nFDC boxed, St. Helena Crown 1973 Granting of the Royal Charter to the East India Company Tercentenary Lustrous UNC, boxed, Tristan Da Cunha Five Pounds 2009 George and the Dragon in Gold-plated silver inset with 6 rubies, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Medal 2010 Prince William

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and Miss Catherine Middleton - The Royal Engagement Silver Proof with Gold highlighting Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Gibraltar Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2007 Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£225 - £275) 543) Proof Sets, Mint Sets by The Royal Mint, along with unofficial sets a large group in two boxes with much variety (£300 - £500) 544) Quarter Sovereign 2009 BU in a Westminster soft case, Cook Islands One Dollar 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Proofs in gold plated cupro-nickel each with a different coloured photo on the reverse, FDC in a Westminster box with certificates, Two Pounds Britannia Silver 2007 UNC in a Westminster box, Britain’s Fist Decimal Coins 1968/71 UNC in the blue wallet of issue, Gibraltar Crown 2008 The Elizabethan Era BU in silver plated cupronickel, Turks and Caicos Islands 5 Crowns 2004 The Crown Jewels, St. Edward s Crown in gold plated copper with emerald inset Proof FDC, History of British Currency (21) Pre-Decimal and Decimal issues coloured and gilded in the London Mint Office folders of issue, in mixed grades , Numismatic First Day Covers (12) from a selection of series, along with the accompanying stamps, Rothmans Cambridge Collection of rare banknotes in three mini albums, Stamps - The History of the Monarchy - 10x First Class on a large sheet depicting all monarchs since 1066, A Photo Frame containing British Armed Forces Notes 1950s issues (4) Five Pounds 2nd Series, One Pound 2nd Series, One Pound 3rd Series and One Pound 4th Series mounted on card in a large frame, along with an additional three display boxes, one a Royal Mint case the others MDM style cases (£150 - £250) 545) Queen Elizabeth II Birth Year set 1926 a 10-coin set comprising Sovereign 1926SA GVF, Half Sovereign 1926SA VF/NVF, Halfcrown 1926 Modified Head, Florin 1926, Shilling 1926 Modified Head, Sixpence 1926 First Head, Threepence 1926 Modified Head, Penny 1926 First Head, Halfpenny 1926 and Farthing 1926 these VG to Near Fine, in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£300 - £450) 546) Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 2012 and Coronation Jubilee 2013 a 24-coin set Crown-sized and in silver, from a host of Commonwealth countries, with some .999 issues, nFDC to FDC in the box of issue, with all certificates, the box with one tray faded and some marks on the top (£240 - £280) 547) 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) 548) Queen Elizabeth II Royal Portrait Collection a scarce 7 coin issue Sovereign 1963, Proof Sovereign 1984, 1986, 2003 Proof Half Sovereigns 1980, 1986, 2003 the 1963 GEF others FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificates, this the collection number 106 of an issue limited to just 750 sets (£1,100 - £1,600)

549) Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee Set 1887 a 4-coin set in gold comprising Five Pounds 1887 lustrous A/UNC, Two Pounds 1887 A/UNC, Sovereign 1887 VF, Half Sovereign 1887 NEF, in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£2,000 - £3,000)

550) Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee Set 1887 a 7-coin set comprising Crown 1887 NEF, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 EF, Halfcrown 1887 VF/GVF, Florin 1887 NEF/EF, Shilling VF, Sixpence 1887 Withdrawn Type NEF, Threepence 1887 NEF, in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£125 - £225) 551) Royal Mint Trial Sets 1994 (2) each set containing 4 pieces, the first set showing a different stage of production of the coin, Outer Blank, Inner Blank, Outer - Edge Raised & Lettered, Pierced, and Inner - Rimmed & Edge Grooved (the previous two pieces combined), and the final complete Trial piece, each piece UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, the second set has the third piece differing, in that it does not contain both pieces, but only the outer ring cut from the outer blank, UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, very unusual to see this type of error in a Royal Mint set (£300 - £400) 552) Royal Mint Unc Packs £2 1995 UN, 1989 (2 coin pack) £5 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000 Millennium, 2000 Mum, 2002, 2003, 2004 (cased), 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 Mint Sets 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2008 (2 set pack), Proof Sets Barbados 1973, Cayman Islands 1974, The United Nations Fiftieth Anniversary Coin Collection Unc coins in the official presentation album, Old European Coin Collection in the direct 4 you presentation album, World Mint Sets (13) Crowns (5) these all in official presentation packs, Generally BU as issued (£300 - £500) 553) Royal Mint Year Sets (18) 1983, 1984 (3), 1985, 1986, 1988,

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1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, a few coins with toning, some still sealed in the packs of issue (£110 - £140) 554) Silver Proof Crowns, 25p 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981 Five Pounds 1990, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Diana, 1999 Millennium, 2000 Mum, 2000 Millennium, 2001, 2002, 2002 + 2003 Two Coin Set, 2004, 2005 Nelson, 2005 Trafalgar these all cased aFDC - FDC most with certificates, £2 Britannia 2004 BU, £5 2002 BU, , 50p 1994 D-Day, Proof Sets 1985 and 2001, unofficial mint set 1965 (£300 - £500) 555) Silver Proofs £5 1999, 2008 Elizabeth I Piedfort, 2009 Countdown, £2 2004 Locomotive Piedfort, 2008 Handover Ceremony, £2 Britannia 2010 Proof, Australia Dollar 2003 these all FDC and cased with certificates, non silver issues in Royal Mint packs £5 2002, 2009 Henry VIII, 2009 Countdown, £2 2002 Games 4 coin set, Mint Sets 2009 (2) (both including Kew Gardens 50p) these all BU as issued, Cased Medals (2) 1977 Jubilee in silver and 2002 in base metal both cased Unc (£175 - £325) 556) Sovereign 1870 Shield Reverse Marsh 54, Die Number 123 GF/NVF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 557) Sovereign 1876 George and the Dragon Marsh 88 VF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 558) Sovereign 1892 S.3866C, DISH L16 Fine/Good Fine in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 559) Sovereign 1897 Marsh 157 VF/GVF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 560) Sovereign 1903 Marsh 175 EF in Westminster’s presentation box (£200 - £300) 561) Sovereign 1957 Marsh 297 UNC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 562) Sovereign 1981 Proof S.SC1 UNC/nFDC and lustrous, in a Westminster box with certificate (£200 - £250) 563) Sovereign 1998 Proof S.SC4 FDC in the Royal Mint box with Royal Mint certificate and Westminster certificate (£220 - £320) 564) Sovereign 2001 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£225 - £350) 565) Sovereign 2004 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£225 - £350) 566) Sovereign 2007 S.SC4 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£225 - £350) 567) Sovereign 2007 S.SC4 UNC on presentation card certificate , in a Westminster box (£225 - £350) 568) Sovereign 2009 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£225 - £350)

569) Sovereign 2010 S.SC7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£225 - £350) 570) Sovereign 2012 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £700) 571) Sovereign 2012 UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue (£200 - £250) 572) Sovereign 2013 The Royal Birth Celebration Sovereign, Birth of the First child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge , struck on 22 July 2013, BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £320) 573) Sovereign 2014 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 574) Sovereign 2014 S.SC7 BU and fully lustrous, comes with presentation box and certificate (£200 - £300) 575) Sovereign 2014 The Royal Birthday Celebration Sovereign - The First Birthday of Prince George of Cambridge, struck on 22 July 2014, S.SC7 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £320) 576) Sovereign 2015 Ian Rank-Broadley portrait, S.SC9 BU in a Hallmark Coins box with certificate (£225 - £350) 577) Sovereign 2015 The Royal Birth Celebration Sovereign, Birth of the second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, struck on 2 May 2015, Ian Rank-Broadley portrait, S.SC9 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 £320) 578) Sovereign 2016 UNC in a Datestamp slab-style holder with first class stamp and dated 6 Feb 2016 (£200 - £300) 579) Sovereign 2017 with 200th Anniversary Privy Mark S.SC10A BU on the Royal Mint card of issue, with promotional literature for the accompanying 2017 St. George in within Garter issue (£200 - £250) 580) Sovereigns (2) 2000 Millennium Proof nFDC and 2000 Millennium UNC in a Westminster box with certificate (£400 - £500) 581) Sovereigns (3) 2000 Marsh 314 Lustrous UNC in a presentation box. 2001 (2) Marsh 315 the first UNC in a presentation box, the second UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue (£600 - £900) 582) Sovereigns (4) 1849 Marsh 32 GVF/NEF, 1886M George and The Dragon Marsh 108 Fine/Good Fine, 1896 Marsh 148 GF/NVF each in Westminster boxes with certificates (£800 - £1,200) 583) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof, S.M1 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£180 - £220) 584) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof, S.M1, nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£180 - £220)

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585) Ten Pounds 2017 Gold 5oz. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 70 Years of Marriage Gold Proof S.M10, nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 175 minted (£6,700 - £7,200)

593) The 1991 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£750 - £1,250) 594) 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)

595) The 2002 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign, and Half Sovereign Proof FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£800 - £1,200)

586) Ten Pounds 2017 The Cost of War 5 ounce Silver Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate number 181 of just 450 (£100 - £200) 587) Ten Pounds Britannia 2014 5 oz. Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 557 from just 600 in this presentation (£250 - £500) 588) Ten Pounds Britannia 2017 5 oz. Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 523 from 1600 (£150 - £250) 589) The 1902 Edward VII 3-coin Matt Proof Set comprising Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 nFDC, Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A nFDC with minor hairlines, Crown 1902 Matt Proof UNC and nicely toned with a few light hairlines, in a Hallmark box with certificate (£450 - £750) 590) The 1983 United Kingdom Three-coin Gold Proof Collection S.PGS04 Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £1,100) 591) The 1984 United Kingdom Gold Proof Collection Five Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign three coin set FDC in the Royal Mint’s box with certificate (£1,400 - £1,700) 592) The 1986 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set, the three coin set £2 Games, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC cased with certificate (£700 - £900)

596) 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 nFDC with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. Two Pounds 2002 Commonwealth Games a 4-coin set comprising the England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Issues UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue. Numismatic First Day Cover 2002 Commonwealth Games Two Pounds (4) England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Issues, UNC with hints of toning. Along with set of 5 stamps Second Class, First Class, E (Euro), 47 Pence and 68 Pence on the cover of issue (£280 - £320) 597) 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 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns, Two Pounds 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin, and Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts FDC (£280 - £360) 598) The 2012 United Kingdom Gold Proof Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£380 £550) 599) The 2014 Gold Proof Coin Set (6 coin set) Five Pounds Queen Anne 300th Anniversary, Two Pounds Outbreak of World War 1, Two Pounds 500 Years of Trinity House, One Pound Floral Emblem England, One Pound Floral Emblem Scotland, Fifty Pence XX Commonwealth Games FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates No.46 of just 75 issued (£3,000 - £4,000)

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350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London S.K42, 2016 World War I - The Army S.K41, 2016 Shakespeare Comedies S.K38, 2016 Shakespeare Tragedies S.K40, 2016 Shakespeare Histories S.K39, One Pound 2016 The Last Round Pound S.J38, Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, S.H32 all Gold Proofs, some light toning and small nicks nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 150 sets issued (£5,500 - £7,000)

600) The 2014 Silver Proof Piedfort Set a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2014 300th Anniversary of the death of Queen Anne, Two Pounds 2014 (2) World War I - Lord Kitchener, Trinity House 500th Anniversary , One Pound 2014 (2) Floral Emblems of Scotland, 2014 Floral Emblems of Northern Ireland, Fifty Pence 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint black box of issue with certificate and booklet, The United Kingdom Silver Piedfort 6-coin collection a mixed date set comprising Two Pounds 1989 Bill of Rights, One Pound 1988, Fifty Pence 1992-3 EU Presidency, Twenty Pence 1982, Ten Pence 1992 Small size, and Five Pence 1990 Small size nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £300) 601) The 2015 Silver Proof Piedfort set a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crowns (2) 2015 Battle of Waterloo 200th Anniversary, 2015 Churchill 50th Anniversary of his death, Two Pounds 800th Anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, 2015 First World War, and Fifty Pence 2015 Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary all Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the black Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 408 of 1500 sets produced (£75 - £150) 602) The 2016 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set an 8-coin set 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 FDC and in an impressive Royal Mint wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet , number 47 of just 150 sets issued (£5,500 - £7,000)

604) The 2017 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set a 5-coin set S.PGC20, comprising Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor S.L49, Five Pound Crown 2017 1000th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Canute S.L50, Two Pounds (2) 2017 World War I - The War in the Air S.K44, 2017 200th Anniversary of the Death of Jane Austen S.K45, Fifty Pence 2017 S.H39 all Gold Proofs, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, a rare set, this being number 98 of only 100 sets produced (£5,500 - £6,500)

605) The 2018 United Kingdom Gold Proof Commemorative Proof Set a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2018 Prince George Fifth Birthday, Two Pounds (3) 2018 World War I - The 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force, 2018 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, 2018 World War I - The Armistice, and Fifty Pence 100th Anniversary of the Representation of the People’s Act all Gold Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 136 of only 175 sets issued (£4,600 £5,500)

603) The 2016 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set an 8-coin set S.PGC18 comprising Five Pound Crown 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday S.L44, Two Pounds (5) 2016 More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


615) The Queen Elizabeth II Royal Portrait Collection a 7-coin set in gold comprising Sovereigns (4) 1959 UNC, 1980 Proof FDC, 1988 Proof nFDC with a small tone spot, 2003 Proof FDC, Half Sovereigns (3) 1980 Proof nFDC with a small tone spot, 1985 Proof nFDC with a small tone spot, 2003 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£1,200 - £1,800)

606) The 90th Anniversary of World War I Sovereign and Medal Set comprising Sovereign 1914 Marsh 216 NEF/EF and miniature World War I war medal replica, in a Westminster box with certificate (£225 - £300) 607) The Christmas Traditions Set a 3-coin set comprising Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon VF, Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head R over I in VICTORIA VF and Penny 1901 VG/Near Fine, in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£250 - £350) 608) The Douro Cargo a boxed set comprising Sovereign 1862 Wide Date GVF, set into the base of a brass bell 49mm diameter, inscribed RMS Douro, a CD-ROM and a Small Bottle of Port, along with a Royal Mint certificate, in the black Royal Mint box of issue (£350 - £750) 609) The First World War 100th Anniversary Five Pound Crowns a 6-coin set 2014 comprising Walter Tull, Propaganda, Howitzer, Home Front, Royal Navy and British Expeditionary Force issues all Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 337 of 1914 issued (£160 - £260) 610) The George V 2-coin Collection comprising Sovereign 1932SA EF and Crown 1935 A/UNC with small rim nicks. In a Hallmark box with certificate (£225 - £300) 611) The Gold Proof Britannia Portrait Collection 2006 Gold £25 Quarter Ounce a 5-coin set with all the previously issued designs, all now dated 2006 S.PBG28, a small toning spot on one of the coins, otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 250 sets issued (£1,300 - £1,600)

616) The Queen’s Coronation 60th Anniversary Celebration Sovereign Set 2013 a three-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2013, Sovereign 2013 and Half Sovereign 2013 all BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates, Rare with only 125 sets assembled (£800 - £1,000) 617) The Royal Birthday Collection 2000 Queen Mother a 3-coin set comprising Sovereigns (2) 1900 Bright VF, 2000 Bullion issue, Lustrous UNC and Five Pound Crown 2000 Silver Proof FDC in the purple case of issue with certificate (£400 - £500) 618) The Royal Sovereign Collection a 21-coin set of Sovereigns, Elizabeth II 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 GEF to lustrous UNC in the impressive wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet (£4,000 - £6,000) 619) The Sovereign Century Collection a 7-coin set comprising Sovereigns 1901 Marsh 152 NVF/VF, 1910 Marsh 182 Lustrous EF, 1928SA Marsh 292 GEF and lustrous, 1931SA Marsh 295 GEF and lustrous, 1963 Marsh 301 Lustrous UNC, 1981 Marsh 312 Lustrous UNC, 2000 Marsh 314 UNC and fully lustrous, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£1,400 - £1,800) 620) The Victorian Anniversary Collection in gold an unusual and pleasing set comprising Five Pound Crown 2001 100th Anniversary Gold Proof and specially finished as a cameo frosted proof FDC and rare, with Sovereigns (4) 1861 VF the reverse better, 1876 GVF/NEF, 1889 VF, 1894 EF, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,200)

612) The Golden Jubilees of Two Queens Victoria 1897 (9 coins) Crown to Farthing, VG to Fine, and Elizabeth II 2012 (10 coins) Five Pound Crown, Two Pounds (2) Standard and Charles Dickens coins, to One Penny base metal Proof Set nFDC to FDC in the London Mint box with certificate (£50 - £150) 613) The Historic Coins of Great Britain a 34 coin set with modern silver proof issues crowns, fifty pences, two pounds and pounds along with earlier circulated issues these mostly crown sized and dating back to George IIII also containing two 1981 cupro-nickel crowns and £2 Britannias and various certificates (£250 - £350) 614) The Queen Elizabeth II 22-Carat Gold Sovereign Presentation Cover, 2014, comprising Sovereign 2014 S.SC7 BU on the cover of issue with First Class Stamp and print of the Queen, in a Jubilee Mint folder (£225 - £300)

621) Two Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3968 nFDC with a few very small contact marks, in a Hallmark Coins box with certificate (£600 - £1,000)

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633) Two Pounds 2001 100th Anniversary of Marconi’s Wireless bridging the Atlantic Gold Proof S.K11 nFDC with a few very minor flecks of tone, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600)

622) Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games Gold Proof S.K1 FDC/nFDC with a tiny tone spot on the reverse, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£460 - £520) 623) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proof S.SD3 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £700)

634) Two Pounds 2002 a 4-coin set Manchester Commonwealth Games Gold Proofs S.PCGS1 FDC in the red Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 315 sets issued (£2,200 - £2,800) 635) Two Pounds 2003 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of the DNA Double Helix Gold Proof S.K16 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 636) Two Pounds 2004 200th Anniversary of Trevithick’s Locomotive Gold Proof S.K17 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 637) Two Pounds 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot S.K18 nFDC with a few flecks of toning (£525 - £625)

624) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proof S.SD3 nFDC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£450 - £700)

638) Two Pounds 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II Gold Proof S.K19 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 639) Two Pounds 2006 a 2-coin set Brunel - The Man S.K20 and Brunel - His Achievements S.K21 both Gold Proofs nFDC to FDC the first with light handling mark, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£1,000 - £1,200) 640) Two Pounds 2006 Brunel - His Achievements Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£450 - £550)

625) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SD3 nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £700) 626) Two Pounds 1994 Bank of England Tercentenary Gold Proof S.K4 nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£470 - £520) 627) Two Pounds 1994 Bank of England Tercentenary Gold Proof the rare mule, the obverse without ‘Two Pounds’ below the bust, S.K4A FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 57, Spink now lists these at £2500 (£1,500 - £2,000) 628) Two Pounds 1995 50th Anniversary of the United Nations Gold Proof S.K6 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 629) Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove Gold Proof S.K5 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 630) Two Pounds 1996 Euro 96 Football Gold Proof S.K7 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 631) Two Pounds 1997 Gold Proof S.K8 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 632) Two Pounds 1999 Rugby World Cup Gold Proof S.K10 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £650)

641) Two Pounds 2006 Brunel - His Achievements Gold Proof S.K21 a few very minor nicks otherwise FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £550) 642) Two Pounds 2006 Brunel - The Man Gold Proof S.K20 FDC/ nFDC the reverse with a few small tone spots, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 643) Two Pounds 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Gold Proof S.K23 a small spot in the obverse field, otherwise FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600) 644) Two Pounds 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union Gold Proof S.K22 nFDC to FDC the reverse with small flecks of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 645) Two Pounds 2007 Abolition of the Slave Trade Gold Proof FDC boxed as issued with certificate (£400 - £600) 646) Two Pounds 2008 100th Anniversary of the 4th Olympiad London 1908 Gold Proof S.4951 nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 647) Two Pounds 2008 a 2-coin set 100th Anniversary of the 4th Olympiad London 1908 Gold Proof S.4951 nFDC and 2008 Olympic Handover Ceremony Gold Proof S.4952 FDC in the box of issue with certificates, only 250 sets issued in this format (£1,000 - £1,200)

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648) Two Pounds 2008 Olympic Games Handover Ceremony Gold Proof S.4952 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 649) Two Pounds 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin Gold Proof S.K25 nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 650) Two Pounds 2009 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns Gold Proof S.K24 FDC or very near so with two very small tone spots, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £650) 651) Two Pounds 2009 Robert Burns Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£450 - £650) 652) Two Pounds 2010 100th Anniversary of the Death of Florence Nightingale Gold Proof S.K26 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 653) Two Pounds 2011 500th Anniversary of the Launch of the Mary Rose Gold Proof S.K27 FDC in the Royal Minr box of issue with certificate (£500 - £650) 654) Two Pounds 2011 500th Anniversary of the Launch of the Mary Rose S.K27 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£500 - £650) 655) Two Pounds 2012 Olympic Games - Handover to Rio Gold Proof S.4953 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £700) 656) Two Pounds 2012 Olympic Handover to Rio Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£500 - £700)

Churchill Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor, Two Pounds (4) 2001 Marconi Silver Proof Piedfort, 2013 200th Anniversary of the Last Gold Guinea Silver Proof Piedfort, 2014 Outbreak of World War I - Lord Kitchener Silver Proof Piedfort, 2016 World War I - The Army Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence (3) 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Silver Proof Piedfort, 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings Silver Proof, 2017 Sir Isaac Newton Silver Proof Piedfort, Alderney (3) Five Pound Crown 2014 70th Anniversary of D-Day Silver Proof, 2014 Remember The Fallen Silver Proof with coloured Poppies on the reverse, 2016 Their Name Liveth On For Evermore Silver Proof with coloured Poppies on the reverse, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£300 - £500) 662) Two Pounds 2015 100th Anniversary of the First World War - The Royal Navy Gold Proof S.K35 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700) 663) Two Pounds 2015 800th Anniversary of the Magna Carta Gold Proof S.K36 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 400 minted (£600 - £700) 664) Two Pounds 2015 Britannia’s Renaissance Gold Proof K.37 one tiny nick on either side otherwise FDC retaining full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 665) Two Pounds 2015 The Royal Navy A Force as Great as the Sea Gold Proof FDC cased as issued (£450 - £650) 666) Two Pounds 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London Gold Proof S.K42 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700) 667) Two Pounds 2016 First World War - The Army Gold Proof S.K41 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£450 - £600) 668) Two Pounds 2016 Shakespeare Comedies Gold Proof S.K38 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700)

657) Two Pounds 2012 Olympic Handover to Rio Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£500 - £700) 658) Two Pounds 2014 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of World War I - Lord Kitchener Gold Proof S.K34 nFDC with a small tone spot on the obverse, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £650) 659) Two Pounds 2014 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of World War I Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue, only 825 minted (£450 - £650) 660) Two Pounds 2014 500th Anniversary of Trinity House Gold Proof S.K33 nFDC with a few tiny nicks, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 375 minted with 300 in this format (£550 - £700) 661) Two Pounds 2014 Lunar Year of the Horse Shengxiao Collection Silver Proof, Two Pounds 2015 Lunar Year of the Sheep, Shengxiao Collection Silver Proof, Five Pound Crown 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston

669) Two Pounds 2017 First World War Aviation Before, Beyond, Above Gold Proof FDC cased as issued only 634 minted (£450 - £650) 670) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force RAF Centenary Badge Gold Proof, number 177 of 1000 issued in this format, the reverse with one small nick other FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £800) 671) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force RAF Centenary Spitfire FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £800) 672) Two Pounds 2018 250th Anniversary of Captain James Cook’s Voyage of Discovery, Coin 1 - 1768, Gold Proof, with two small nicks in the obverse legend, otherwise FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 350 pieces issued, the first coin in a 3-coin set, the second and third coins being issued in 2019 and 2020 (£700 - £800)

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673) Two Pounds a 2-coin set 2006 Brunel - The Man and Brunel - His Achievements Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, the Brunel-The Man coin with some metal flaking on the outer ring, Two Pounds 2012 Charles Dickens - 200th Anniversary of His Birth Silver Proof Piedfort nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, One Pound 1986 Silver Proof Piedfort nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£80 - £100) 674) Two Pounds a 4-coin set 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games Gold Proofs S.PCGS1 FDC in the box of issue with certificate, a seldom offered item with only 315 sets issued (£1,800 - £2,400)

a 2-coin set 1990 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Five Pence 1990 Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Five Pound Crown 2009 Countdown to the London Olympics Proof nFDC with coloured logo, Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof nFDC in capsule, Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof nFDC in capsule (£400 - £600) 678) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC, in The Royal Mint’s presentation box (£2,500 - £3,500) 679) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC, in The Royal Mint’s presentation box with four London Mint Office and Jubilee Mint certificates (£2,500 - £3,500)

675) Two Pounds George III 1820 a modern Fantasy Restrike, 15.98 grammes of 22 carat gold, Plain Edge, Prooflike UNC, in a presentation box with certificate (£500 - £600) 676) Two Pounds Silver Britannias (12) 1998 (2), 1999, 2000, 2001, 2001 Proof, 2002 (2), 2003, 2004, 2007, 2007 Proof UNC to FDC in a Westminster box, 5 with certificates (£180 - £280) 677) Two Pounds Silver Proof Piedforts (16) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, 1995 50th Anniversary of the UN, 1997, 1998, 2001 Marconi, 2002 Commonwealth Games - England, with coloured reverse, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Wales, with coloured reversed, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Northern Ireland with coloured reverse, 2003 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of the DNA Double Helix, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive, 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot, 2006 Brunel - The Man, 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery, 2008 Olympic Games Handover Ceremony, 2008 100th Anniversary of the 4th Olympiad, 1908 Games in London, Two Pounds Silver Proofs (5) 1997, 1999 Rugby World Cup, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive, 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot, 2006 Brunel - The Man, Two Pounds Britannia Silver (3) 2003 Silver Proof, 2006 Silver Proof, 2007 Silver Proof, One Pound 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence Silver Proof Piedforts (9) 1992/3 EU Presidency, 1994 D-Day Landings, 1995 Peace Dove, 1997, 1998 NHS 50th Anniversary, 1998 25th Anniversary of the EEC, 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary, 2006 The Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts (this in a Westminster box), 2007 100 Years of Scouting, Fifty Pences Silver Proofs (5) 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries, 2003 WSPU 100th Anniversary, 2004 50th Anniversary of the four minute mile, 2006 Victoria Cross - The Award, 2007 100 Years of Scouting, Fifty Pence 1997 a 2-coin set Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Twenty Pence 1982 Silver Proof Piedfort, Britannia Silver Twenty Pence 2003, Ten Pence 1992 a 2-coin set Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pences

680) United Kingdom 2000 Four-coin Sovereign Collection S.PGS32 comprising Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign Gold Proofs, the Five Pounds with a small contact mark, the Half Sovereign with a hint of toning on the obverse nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box with certificate, the box with a small tear on the lid (£1,750 £2,500) 681) United Kingdom 2001 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign with the Two Pound being the Marconi issue , FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,800 - £2,200) 682) United Kingdom 2002 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds - Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate, the box a little worn (coins choice) (£1,800 - £2,800) 683) United Kingdom 2002 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,800)

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684) United Kingdom 2002 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,800)

685) United Kingdom 2003 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,600 £2,400)

686) United Kingdom 2003 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificates (£1,600 £2,400)

687) United Kingdom 2004 Gold Proof 4-coin set Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign nFDC-FDC the Five Pounds lightly toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,750 - £2,500)

688) United Kingdom 2005 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,600 £2,200) 689) United Kingdom 2005 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,600 £2,200)

690) United Kingdom 2005 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,600 £2,200) 691) United Kingdom 2005 Gold Proof Sovereign Collection a Four-coin set comprising Gold Five Pounds 2005 S.SE10, Two Pounds 2005 S.SD6, Sovereign 2005 S.SC6 and Half Sovereign 2005 S.SB6 nFDC to FDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,600 - £2,200)

692) United Kingdom 2006 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,800 £2,400) 693) United Kingdom 2012 Five-coin Sovereign Collection S.PGS62 comprising Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign Proofs nFDC to FDC the Two Pounds with a hint of toning, others FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,400)

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694) 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 (£1,800 - £2,400)

702) A mixed collection of promoters issues including The Road to London 2012 ingots, LMO Silver Five Pound and 1897 silver medal 2 coin set, 3 trays of Westminster issues (37) two in gold (smallest gold coin issues) others in silver and base ranging from circulated Victorian crowns to recent silver proof issues and more (lot) (£250 - £450) 703) A mixed group with cased silver proofs, English Milled Crowns some in silver in presentation boxes, Westminster material, some Royal Mint issues, collections in Whitman Folders and more (lot) (£200 - £400) 704) Alderney 25 Pounds 2002 Duke of Wellington Gold Proof in Westminster’s First Day Cover Presentation pack which also includes the Bank of England Somerset Five Pounds note Wellington reverse HR53 prefix (£200 - £300) 705) Alderney and Guernsey two coin Five Pounds Gold Proof Set 1999 Winston Churchill FDC cased as issued with certificate number 57 of just 125 minted (£2,000 - £3,000)

695) United Kingdom Sovereigns - a 3-coin set 2009 comprising Sovereign S.SC7, Half Sovereign S.SB7, and Quarter Sovereign S.SA1 all Lustrous UNC in a Westminster presentation box with certificate (issue price £525) (£350 - £500) 696) Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 Jubilee Head Currency Set Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, Crown, Double Florin (Arabic 1), Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence (Withdrawn type, R over I in VICTORIA), and Threepence, NEF to GEF, the silver with toning, in a contemporary red box (£2,000 - £3,000) 697) Victorian Four Coin Sovereign Collection by Westminster comprising Sovereigns 1857 VF, 1878 M George and the Dragon EF, 1891 M Fine and 1898 M VF in Westminster’s wooded presentation box (£800 - £1,200) 698) Westminster’s Victorian Purse Collection with 7 Veiled Head coins from circulation 4 in silver along with Crown 1820 bright aF (£30 - £50) 699) World Silver Crown-sized (22) Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 2006 (12) and The Lord Nelson Collection (10) nFDC to FDC in presentation box, 19 with certificates (£200 - £250)

World Cased and Proof Items (lots 700-823) 700) A collection of world silver proof sets and singles generally from the 1970s Proof Sets (8) such as Barbados, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Guyana and Philippines. Morocco 1975/76 3 coin silver proof crowns sized set. Panama 20 Balboas. Madagascar 2 coin sets (3). Silver Proof Crowns (33), and silver medallic issues (3) generally FDC and cased as issued (£550 - £1,100)

706) Australia 10 Dollars 2003 10 ounces fine silver Year of the Goat BU in a plastic capsule (£125 - £225) 707) Australia 15 Dollars 2004 One Tenth Ounce Kangaroo Nugget BU in a Westminster box with certificate (£80 £120) 708) Australia 30 Dollars 1992 1 Kilo Silver Kookaburra KM#178 nFDC to FDC in capsule (£500 - £600) 709) Bahamas Proof Set 1972 (9 coins), nFDC with some toning, in the box of issue with certificate, Canada Prooflike Set 1967 (6 coins) One Dollar to One Cent plus silver medallion, in the red box of issue, no certificate UNC with small spots and nicks, Fiji Mint Set 1969 UNC in the box of issue, Gambia 10 Dalasis 1975 10th Anniversary of Independence Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, France 100 Francs 1994 50th Anniversary of the Liberation of Paris Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, Gibraltar Five Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof nFDC/FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 710) Canada 350 Dollars 2001 in .99999 fine gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 711) Canada 350 Dollars 2004 in .99999 fine gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500) 712) Canada Five Dollars 2004 Gold Maple Leaf One Tenth Ounce UNC in a Westminster box with certificate (£70 - £110) 713) Canada Proof Set 2000 Platinum Proof with $300, $150, $75 and $30 coins FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

701) A large group of sets, singles and cased items, Bradford Mint, Royal Mint, Westminster and Windsor Mint all represented (£350 - £600) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


714) China - The 20th Anniversary Silver 1oz. Panda a 20-coin set 1989-2008 Silver UNC and lustrous, many of the later issues Prooflike, in the red box of issue (£300 - £500) 715) China 10 Yuan 1998 The Vault Protector of the Tang Dynasty One Ounce of .999 silver KM#1196 Lustrous UNC in folder of issue (£50 - £75) 716) China 5 Yuan 1985 a 4-coin set KM#PS18 Founders of Chinese Culture, Lao-Tse, Sun Wu, Qu Yuan and Chen Sheng and Wu Guang issues, KM#121, KM#122, KM#123, KM#124 Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the original box of issue with certificate (£130 - £170) 717) China Silver 10 Yuan (5) 1991 Christopher Columbus Silver Proof 1992 Wildlife - White Storks Silver Proof, 1992 Wildlife - Snow Leopard (2) both Silver Proofs, 1992 17th Winter Olympics - Ski Jumper Silver Proof, 5 Yuan 1993 The Invention of the Umbrella Silver Proof, 10 Yuan Panda 2004 KM#1528 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC some with small contact marks (£250 - £300) 718) Diana - Portraits of a Princess an 8-coin set (issued 2014) each 0.5 grammes of .585 gold Proofs FDC, and Cook Islands One Dollar Gold 2008 - The Royal Lion 1.2 grammes of .999 gold Proof FDC, all in a presentation box with certificates (£75 - £150) 719) East Caribbean States Two Dollars (26) 2002-2004 depicting British Monarchs and British Military Leaders, Crown-sized in capsules, 39-40 grammes each, Gold Plated Cupro-Nickel Proofs nFDC to FDC with a few small flecks of toning, retaining practically full lustre (£80 - £100) 720) Euro Pattern sets (6) Denmark 2002 (4 sets) 5 Euro to 1 Cent, each set with 9 coins, all coins in silver, in the cases of issue, no certificates, Sweden 2003 (2 sets) 5 Euros to 1 Cent, each set with 9 coins, all in silver, Prooflike UNC, one set without certificate, the vast majority of the coins still in the plastic sleeves within the cases of issue (£220 - £260) 721) Falkland Islands 25 Pounds 1985 100 Years of SelfSufficiency 150 grammes Silver Proof KM#20 nFDC with a small tone spot on either side, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Albania 25 Leke 1969 KM#52.2 83.33 grammes of .999 silver Proof FDC uncased (£140 - £160) 722) Falkland Islands Campaign a 9-medal set in .925 silver 1982 by the Birmingham Mint each around 25 grammes Prooflike UNC in the box of issue with certificate, along with GB Five Pound Crowns (2) 2005 Nelson Silver Proof, 2005 Trafalgar Silver Proof, Gibraltar Five Pound Crowns 2005 Trafalgar 200th Anniversary (17) each in silver, nFDC to FDC along with Five Pound Crown 2005 Cupro-Nickel Prooflike UNC, in a Westminster box 13 with certificates,

Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Turks and Caicos Islands Aircraft and Royal Air Force - related Silver Proof issues 1995-1998 (9, 5 with certificates) nFDC to FDC , Guernsey One Pound 1998 80th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force Silver Proof nFDC, Numismatic, Philatelic Covers in 2 Albums (52) all Nelson or Trafalgar-related, along with many World stamps, UNC as issued, GB and World (12) Canada Dollar 1965 EF, GB (9) Crowns (7) 1972 (5), 1977, 1981, Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day EF to UNC, Halfcrown 1966 VF, GB Crowns a 4-coin set 1965, 1972. 1977, 1980 UNC in a slide case, Gibraltar Five Pounds 2005 Battle of Trafalgar 200th Anniversary UNC with a piece of oak from Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory UNC, USA Bronze medal Great Seal of New Hampshire replica undated UNC in the wallet of issue (£375 - £750) 723) Falkland Islands Five Pounds 1985 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother - Lady of the Century - 85th Birthday with grandchildren 1 Kilo Silver Proof, and Fiji 50 Dollars 1996 Queen Mother - Lady of the Century - Celebration of the 70th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II 1 Kilo Silver Proof, housed in an unofficial wooden box with certificates (£1,000 - £1,200) 724) GB and Jersey Sovereigns 2000 a 2-coin set both Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600) 725) Gibraltar 2005 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar Five Pound Crowns a 24-coin set in silver all with different reverse designs BU in a Westminster box, along with an additional group (12) includes two medallic Concorde issues, these with coloured reverses UNC (£150 - £300) 726) Gibraltar 2015 Winston Churchill - Inspiration to a Nation a 6-coin set comprising Ten Pounds Gold 2015 One Tenth Ounce Proof FDC, Crowns 2015 (5) each in bronze and plated with silver and/or gold each with a different reverse design of Churchill BU in the folder of issue with all certificates (£100 - £300) 727) Gibraltar Double Crown 2012 in gold, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£125 - £225) 728) Gibraltar Five Sovereign 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill Gold Proof in a London Mint box with certificate, only 99 minted (£800 - £1,300) 729) Gibraltar Half Sovereign 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 730) Gibraltar Quarter Sovereign 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday BU in the London Mint box with certificate (£50 - £80) 731) Gibraltar Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 2016 a 7-coin set comprising Double Crown 2016 9 carat Gold Proof accented in white and rose gold, FDC, along with Crowns (5) each with a different portrait of the Queen on the obverse, starting with the Mary Gillick portrait, going through to the Ian Rank-Broadley portrait, then a new variant of the Rank-Broadley portrait Cupro-Nickel Proofs with silver and gold plating, and Halfcrown 2016 Cupro-

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Nickel and with silver plating, these BU, in the folder of issue with all certificates (£150 - £300)

Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500)

732) Gibraltar Sovereign 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

745) Guernsey Five Pounds 2009 Henry VIII Gold Proof (40 grams, 39mm diameter) FDC in Westminster’s box with certificate no. 41 of just 250 minted (£1,000 - £1,500)

733) Gibraltar Sovereign 2014 88th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II Proof FDC in the London Mont Office box of issue with certificate, only 88 issued (£200 - £300)

746) Guernsey Five Pounds 2018 Harry and Meghan Royal Wedding Gold Proof (40 grams, 39mm diameter) FDC cased as issued with certificate no. 18 of just 50 minted (£1,200 - £1,800)

734) Gibraltar The Route to Victory Collection an 18-coin set 2004-2005 Five Pounds Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue (£125 - £225) 735) Gibraltar Two Pounds 12 coin Labours of Hercules Silver Proof Set 1997- 2000 FDC cased as issued in Pobjoy Mints presentation case (£100 - £200) 736) Gibraltar Winston Churchill - Inspiration to a Nation a 6-coin set comprising Ten Pounds 2015 Winston Churchill One Tenth Ounce of .999 gold and Crowns (5) each in gold plated cupro-nickel with a different portrait of Churchill Prooflike UNC in the folder of issue, Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 2016 a 6-coin set (one more needed to complete) comprising Double Crown in 9 carat gold with Rose and White Gold accents, plus Crowns (5) each in Cupro-Nickel with portrait in highlighted gold Prooflike UNC in the folder of issue (£180 - £260) 737) Guernsey £5 2000 1/25 oz Gold Proof, USA Pearl Harbour 1941-1991 small gold medal, Silver Proofs Australia $50 2000 Royal Visit and 2002 QE II, GB £5 2000 Mum, these cased, Guernsey £1 1997 in Westminster Wallet, GB Crown 1889 Fair, Spain 20 Reales 1850 Fine and harshly cleaned, 12 coin silver (mostly crown sized) generally late 1990s Royal Themes along with Bank of England Paper Money £24 10 Shillings generally high grades with examples back to Hollom (£325 - £600) 738) Guernsey 25 Pounds 2002 Queen Mother Gold Proof in Westminster’s First Day Cover Presentation pack (£200 £300) 739) Guernsey Fifty Pence 2000 Battle of Britain Gold Proof in Westminster’s First Day Cover Presentation pack (£350 £450)

747) Guernsey Ten Pounds 1997 and St. Helena & Ascension Islands £25 1996 both 5oz Silver Proofs both FDC and in Westminster’s cases of issue with certificates, Alderney Five Pounds 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Hexagonal Silver Proofs (2) nFDC to FDC on the cards of issue (£120 - £220) 748) Guernsey/Jersey/Alderney/GB History of the Royal Navy a 10 coin set comprising Alderney £25 Gold (3) 2003 The Mary Rose, 2004 HMS Revenge, 2005 HMS Warspite, Jersey £25 Gold (3) 2003 Sovereign of the Seas, 2004 HMS Victory, 2005 HMS Conqueror, Jersey £25 Gold (3), Guernsey £25 Gold (3) 2003 The Golden Hind, 2004 HMS Invincible, 2005 HMS Ark Royal nFDC to FDC along with Half Sovereign 2006 Lustrous UNC, in the Royal Mint box, no certificates (£1,800 - £2,400) 749) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1980 Silver Proof Crown Collection seven world crowns in the Royal Mint’s blue presentation box nFDC some light toning as usual (2 sets, 14 coins total) (£100 - £200) 750) History of World War II First Day Covers (147) and Numismatic First Day Covers (18) plus additional stamps, a collection in 5 albums UNC as issued (£160 - £350) 751) International Society of Postmasters a collection in a green album, 18 pages each with a stamp and silver stamp-sized ingot UNC in the album of issue (£75 - £150) 752) Isle of Man 1/5 Crowns 2000 two coin gold proof set both 1/5 ounce gold and one with a pearl the other with a diamond encrusted in the design, FDC in Pobjoy Mint’s box (£325 - £425)

740) Guernsey Fifty Pounds 1998 Queen Mother Gold Proof in Westminster’s First Day Cover Presentation pack (£350 £450)

753) Isle of Man 1oz Gold Proof Pair two coin set 2002 containing two Gold Proof Crowns Elizabeth at her Coronation and Trooping of the Colour FDC in Westminster’s presentation box with certificate (£1,700 - £2,300)

741) Guernsey Fifty Pounds 1999 Queen Mother Gold Proof in Westminster’s box with certificate (£350 - £450)

754) Isle of Man Quarter Angel 2016 Proof FDC boxed, no certificate (£225 - £325)

742) Guernsey Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£1,000 - £1,300)

755) Isle of Man Ten Crowns 1997 10th Anniversary of the Manx Cat coin KM#775 Bimetallic with 10 1/25 ounce gold coin inserts, 311.1 grammes of silver and 12.44 grammes of gold, in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £550)

743) Guernsey Five Pounds 2001 Victoria Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s First Day Cover presentation pack (£1,000 - £1,500) 744) Guernsey Five Pounds 2002 Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in

756) Lundy Proof Set 1965 a 4-coin set One Puffin and Half Puffin each in nickel-brass and bronze, nFDC boxed in the unopened envelopes of issue, Half Puffin 1929 Lustrous

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UNC, comes with note stating ‘Lundy Half Puffin. Released for sale in the Ilfracombe Museum by Martin Coles Harman’s daughter Mrs Diana Keast’ (£70 - £90) 757) Modern themed issues in presentation boxes, includes History of Aviation and British Military Aircraft, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee, Great British and US Coin Replica Series, British Banknotes, Jurassic Park - The Lost World, 75th Anniversary of World War II, mostly gold plated or silver plated base metal issues, but includes two small 14 carat gold issues UNC most with certificates , some Prooflike, some with coloured reverses, along with a small group of GB and World sets (7) and singles (4) including a Guernsey Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof nFDC boxed with certificate (lot) (£180 - £360)

Alexander The Great Silver Tetradracmns Fine - VF each in a Westminster presentation box with certificates, along with The Franklin Mint The Janus Coin Roman Republic 2nd century BC VF in a presentation box with certificate (£100 - £300) 765) Proof Sets (2) Panama 1977 (9 coins) 20 Balboas to One Centesimo, FDC in the box of issue, Turks and Caicos Islands 1976 20 Crowns (2 coins) the Four Heads of Queen Victoria Silver Proofs nFDC with some toning, in the box of issue (£160 - £200) 766) Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 2006 a 16-coin set Silver Proofs with gold plated portrait nFDC to FDC in capsules (£160 - £200)

758) Natural Gold Nugget by The Perth Mint and in the presentation box 11 grams, certificate makes the general comment that these nuggets typically have 92% gold content (£250 - £350)

767) Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 2006 a 26-coin set Crown-sized, includes many different Gibraltar issues, with 25 in silver, some with gold plated highlighting, 25 with certificates (£200 - £350)

759) New Zealand One Dollar 2003 Lord of the Rings a 24-coin set Crown-sized and in silver, three of the coins having coloured reverse, one with gold highlighting, includes the rare , low mintage issues, some of which have mintages under 1000, nFDC to FDC, some with touches of light toning, in the box of issue (£400 - £500)

768) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding a 23-coin set 1997 from a host of Commonwealth countries, all but one Crown-sized, Silver Proofs with selected gold highlighting, in the blue box of issue with certificates, along with Pitcairn Islands Two Pounds 2013 Variety club with ‘VAREITY’ error spelling, this in capsule, no certificate (£240 - £340)

760) Numismatic First Day Covers (6) Gibraltar (3) QEII Last Voyage Five Pound Crown 2008 Silver Proof FDC and 66p stamp, 60th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings 2004 Silver Proof nFDC and Guernsey 26p stamp, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Hurricane, Spitfire and Lancaster 2007 History of the RAF Silver Proof and 50th Anniversary of the Memorial Flight with commemorative First Class stamp, Guernsey Coronation 50th Anniversary Fifty Pence 2003 Lustrous UNC, with two Maltese stamps, Turks and Caicos Islands (2) 2004 5 Crowns The Queen’s Coronation Jubilee Crown Jewels - The St. Edwards Crown Proof FDC with Niue $1.50 stamp, 2004 5 Crowns The Crown Jewels - The Imperial State Crown Proof FDC with Niue $1.50 stamp, all on the covers of issue, Medallic First Day Cover 2006 70th Anniversary of the Year of the Three Kings Silver Proof nFDC with four stamps, a £3 Queen Elizabeth II stamp with a One Penny stamp bearing the heads of each of the Three Kings from 1936, on the cover of issue, Two Pounds 2008 Olympic Games Handover Ceremony Lustrous UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£70 - £90) 761) Numismatic First Day Covers (87) all base metal issue, many Crown-sized UNC on the envelope with stamps most in the presentation album pages (£40 - £80) 762) Numismatic First Day Covers, First Day Covers and stamps a collection in 10 albums covering a variety of subjects:Millennium, Classic Cars, Miniature Covers and more (£200 - £400) 763) Pitcairn Islands Two Dollars 2013 Variety Club (2) Silver and Cupro-Nickel versions each with the error spelling ‘Vareity’ on the reverse, Lustrous UNC and nFDC, two coins in one folder of issue, the other in capsule (£50 - £100) 764) Promoters Ancient Group (3) Ptolemic Dynasty and

769) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Collection 1997 a 41-coin set in silver, from a host of Commonwealth countries, includes anumber of goldcladded silver examples from Sierra Leone and Liberia nFDC to FDC in two Westminster boxes with all certificates (£250 - £550) 770) Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee and Coronation Jubilee Collection 2002-2003 Crown-sized and in silver, from a host of Commonwealth countries, many with golden plated portraits, nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£240 - £380) 771) Queen Mother 80th Birthday 1980 a 7-coin set Crown-sized issues, comprising issues from UK, Falkland Islands, Tuvalu, Gibraltar, Tristan da Cunha, St. Helena and Guernsey, Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate, British Virgin Islands Proof Set 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Proof Set (6 coins) Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Canada Three Cents 2001 Gold-Plated Silver Proof FDC, along with Stamp - 150th Anniversary of the First Canadian Stamp, in the box of issue with certificate, the box with some damage to the lid, Canada Coin and Stamp Set 2003 comprising 50 Cents (2) 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, 2003, One Cent (2) 1953, 2003 all lustrous UNC along with set of four stamps, UNC in the box of issue, Canada Dollar 1984 Toronto 150th Anniversary Silver Proof, Barbados One Dollar 1994 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother - Born 1900 (2) Proofs nFDC, Guernsey One Pound 1997 Golden Wedding Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Proofs (2) NFDC uncased, GB Five Pence Large and Small sizes 1990 Silver Proofs (2 each) nFDC to FDC uncased, Medals (3) 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Silver Proof by the Birmingham Mint, nFDC in capsule, The

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Britannia Commemorative Society 1974 The BCS London Medal Arms of London/The London Guildhall by James Berry, .999 Silver Proof nFDC in slide case, The Britannia Commemorative Society 1975 50th Commemorative Medal George Bernard Shaw/Caesar and Cleopatra by Adam Belskie .999 Silver Proof nFDC in a slide case (£150 - £200) 772) Queen Mother Silver Proof Crown Collection with (74) different crowns sized issues mostly dated in the 1990s and another smaller silver proof issue so (75) coins in total FDC with certificates and 3 presentation boxes (£550 - £850) 773) Russia 100 Roubles 2005 60th Anniversary of the Victory over Germany Y#895 1 Kilo of .925 silver, 100mm diameter, Proof FDC in capsule with certificate (£600 - £700) 774) Russia 100 Roubles 2008 Udmurtiya, 450th Anniversary of the annexation into Russia Y#1120 1 Kilo of .925 silver, 100mm diameter, Proof FDC in capsule with certificate (£600 - £700) 775) Russia Mint Set 1970 KM#MS11 (9 coins) One Rouble, 50 Kopeks, 20 Kopeks, 15 Kopeks, 10 Kopeks, 5 Kopeks, 3 Kopeks, 2 Kopeks and 1 Kopek UNC and lustrous in the sealed pack of issue with medal, the 50 Kopeks, 20 Kopeks, 15 Kopeks and 5 Kopeks all very rare with high Krause values, a seldom seen complete set (£1,000 - £1,200) 776) San Marino Mint Set 1984 (9 coins) 500 Lire to 1 Lire UNC in the box of issue, San Marino 1000 Lire 1977 UNC toned in the green folder of issue, San Marino 1000 Lire 1978 Tolstoy UNC toned, Vatican Mint Set 1982 UNC in the white folder of issue, Vatican 500 Lire 1963 Sede Vacante issue toned UNC in the red folder of issue, Italy Mint Set 1982 (7 coins) 500 Lire to 5 Lire UNC in the wallet of issue (£40 - £60) 777) South Africa Krugerrand Natura 10 Year Prestige Set 2003 containing R50 and R20 1/2OZ and 1/4OZ Gold Proofs FDC in SA Mint box with certificate (£600 - £900) 778) South Africa Krugerrand Prestige Set 2000 a 4-coin set comprising Krugerrand, Half Krugerrand, Quarter Krugerrand and One Tenth Krugerrand Proof FDC in the wooden case of issue with certificate, only 700 sets minted (£1,600 - £2,000)

780) South Africa Proof Set 1952 (11 coins) KM#PS24 Gold Pound, Half Pound, and Crown to Farthing, nFDC to FDC with some toning the Halfpenny with a spot, in the blue SAM box of issue (£340 - £440) 781) South Africa Proof Set 1953 11 coins Gold Pound, Half Pound, Crown to Farthing nFDC-FDC some toning, in the SAM blue box of issue (£340 - £440) 782) South Africa Proof Set 1958 11 coins Gold Pound, Half Pound, Crown to Farthing nFDC-FDC some toning this uneven on the Florin and Shilling the bronze lustrous, in the SAM blue box of issue, the first time we have offered this date so perhaps scarce (£340 - £440) 783) South Africa Proof Set 1961 (9 coins) KM#PS50 2 Rand to Half Cent nFDC to FDC in the blue SAM case of issue (£340 - £440) 784) Suleiman The Magnificent 1520 - 1566 Gold Dirham 3.5 grams VF in Westminster’s presentation box (£150 - £300) 785) Switzerland 5 Franc Shooting Thalers (6) 1863 La Chaux-deFonds, Neuchatel toned UNC, 1865 Schaffhausen lustrous UNC, 1876 Lausanne UNC, lightly toned, 1879 Basel Toned UNC, 1883 Lugano, Toned UNC, 1885 Berne, nFDC this sharp and choice with prooflike fields, a Specimen striking, in fitted Presentation box dated 1885 for the Berne Shooting Festival, an attractive and seldom seen item (£500 - £600) 786) The Judean Coin Collection a 14-coin set 134BC-79AD John Hyrcanus I to Vespasian a coin from each emperor, in mixed grades, in a presentation box with certificate, Queen Elizabeth II The 90th Birthday Coin Collection a 19-coin set comprising issues from Tristan da Cunha, Pre-Decimal GB issues, and Isle of Man, by ‘The Bradford Exchange’ all gold plated in a presentation box most with certificates, also ‘The Millionaires Collection’ a 6-coin set includes three pieces in Rhodium plated gold these weighing around 4 grammes each, the others in .925 silver, Crowns (3) 1891 Fine, 1894 LVIII Near Fine, 1953 EF, Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Proof FDC, Liberia Ten Dollars 2006 Proof in gold plated base metal, Isle of Man Five Pound Crowns 2006 (2) with different reverse designs UNC, and Penny 1908 VG, in a Westminster box, Five Pound Crowns (19) 1998 Prince of Wales 50th Birthday (3), 1999 Millennium (3), 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, 2005 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, Crowns (2) 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding, 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer GEF to UNC, along with a George V Brass Fantasy Sovereign Token (£400 - £600) 787) The Millionaires Collection (8) modern London Mint Office replicas of iconic and rare coins, each struck in 22 carat gold and weighing around 4 grammes, (3 are Rhodium plated) UNC in the box of issue (£800 - £1,000)

779) South Africa Proof Set 1952 (11 coins) KM#PS24 Gold Pound, Half Pound, and Crown to Farthing, nFDC to FDC some coins with toning, in the blue SAM box of issue (£340 - £440)

788) The Royal Marriage Commemorative Coin Collection 1981, the 16 coin world silver proof crown set cased FDC with original outer card box and paperwork (£180 - £360)

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789) The Royal Marriage Commemorative Coin Collection 1981, the 16 coin world silver proof crown set cased FDC with original outer card box and paperwork (£180 - £360) 790) The World at War a 67-coin set mostly Crown sized Proof issues, with all but a few in silver, in two Westminster boxes 1994-1999 16 with certificates (£450 - £700) 791) The World War II Allied Gold Coin Set 2015 a 4-coin set comprising USA Ten Dollars 2015 Quarter Ounce Gold Proof, France 50 Euro 2015 Charles de Gaulle Gold Proof on an irregularly shaped flan, GB £25 2015 Sir Winston Churchill - 50th Anniversary of his Death Quarter Ounce Gold Proof and Russia 2015 50 Roubles 70th Anniversary of the End of World War II Gold Proof FDC, the GB Sir Winston Churchill coin only available in this set, all contained in the wooden box of issue with all certificates, and accompanying 64-page book, only 500 sets produced (£1,100 - £1,400) 792) Tristan da Cunha 2015 “Long To Reign Over Us” 3 coin gold set Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign Proof FDC cased as issued with certificates (£300 - £500) 793) Tristan da Cunha a 3-coin set 2012 Double Portrait Victoria and Elizabeth Set comprising Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£350 - £450) 794) Tristan da Cunha Double Crown 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch - The Coronation, 4 grammes of 9 carat gold, number 109 of 500 issued (numbered on the coin) FDC in the 4-coin box of issue with certificate (£40 - £50) 795) Tristan da Cunha Double Sovereign 2012 Victoria and Elizabeth, Double Jubilee, Double Portrait Gold Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£400 - £600) 796) Tristan da Cunha Double Sovereign 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate, only 99 minted (£400 - £600) 797) Tristan da Cunha Double Sovereign 2016 “Long To Reign Over Us” Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£400 - £600) 798) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton Proof nFDC in the London Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 799) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2013 Birth of Prince George Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 800) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2013 Christening of Prince George Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 801) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2014 Farewell to Parliament Gold Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box with certificate (£200 - £300) 802) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2015 Birth of Princess

Charlotte Gold Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box, no certificate (£200 - £300) 803) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2015 Christening of Princess Charlotte Gold Proof FDC in the London Mint Office box, no certificate (£200 - £300) 804) Turks and Caicos 100 Crowns 2001 Queen Victoria Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s box with certificate (£800 £1,200) 805) Turks and Caicos 100 Crowns 2001 Queen Victoria Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s box with certificate (£800 £1,200) 806) Turks and Caicos 100 Crowns 2002 QE II Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in Westminster’s box with certificate (£800 - £1,200) 807) United Kingdom Euro Pattern Collections 2006 in .925 silver, (10 sets) each set containing 9 coins, 5 Euros to 1 Cent (10) Prooflike UNC in the boxes of issue (£350 - £450) 808) United Kingdom Euro Pattern Collections 2006 in .925 silver, (10 sets) each set containing 9 coins, 5 Euros to 1 Cent, Prooflike UNC in the boxes of issue (£350 - £450) 809) USA Morgan Dollars (5) 1879O NVF, 1880O GVF, 1881O Fine, 1882O NEF, 1883O Near Fine, housed in a ‘Morgan Mint’ presentation box (£110 - £140) 810) Vatican City Mint Set 1929 9 coin set with the 100 Lire Gold issue, first year of issue KM MS1 10,000 only minted Toned Unc in the red STATO DELLA CITTA DEL VATICANO box (£500 - £600) 811) World (12) USA Silver Eagle 1994 UNC, Half Dollar 1943 GVF, Turks and Caicos Islands 20 Crowns 1993 Coronation Anniversary Silver Proof nFDC, Guernsey One Pound 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof FDC, Gambia 20 Dalasis 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary, Silver Proof nFDC, Guernsey 1999-2000 Millennium a 2-piece set comprising the collar in silver and the Nugget in goldplated silver , Marshall Islands Ten Dollars (2) 1998 USS Constellation UNC and 1998 USS Missouri UNC, Gibraltar (3) Crowns (2) 1993 HMS Ark Royal UNC, 1993 HMAS Waterhen UNC, 1999 The Life of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother - 1936 A Royal Family Silver Gilt Prooflike UNC, housed in a Westminster box, some with certificates (£80 - £100) 812) World Crowns in Sterling Silver (113) generally uncased proofs FDC in plastic capsules (a few BU) a wide variety with no obvious duplication (£1,200 - £1,800) 813) World flat pack Proof Sets (33) a wide variety with some duplicated generally FDC and packaged as issued (£125 £250) 814) World Mint Sets (3) Japan 1969 (5 coins) KM#MS1 a low mintage set with only 6,162 minted, UNC in the white wallet of issue, with a small stain on the rear of the wallet, lists at $750 in Krause, Australia 1970 (6 coins) UNC in the red wallet of issue, Yugoslavia a 2-coin set 1968 50 Dinars and 20 Dinara Silver Proofs KM#PS3 nFDC in the red wallet

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of issue, and China 5 Yuan Gold 1995 1/20th oz.BU in the sealed pack of issue, all with certificates (£150 - £200) 815) World Proof and Mint Sets (4) and singles (34) many of the singles Crown-sized or bigger with plenty in silver, UNC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£260 - £320) 816) World Proof Sets (14) Panama (2) 1975, 1976, Bahamas (2) 1974, 1976, Malta 1976, Guyana 1976 (2), Cook Islands 1976, Turks and Caicos Islands 1980 (3 coins), New Zealand 1975, Jamaica 1976, British Virgin Islands (2) 1973, 1977 Silver, Canada 1971, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, most are FDC with full brilliance (£200 - £250) 817) World Proof Sets (14) Panama 1975, Bahamas 1974, Malta 1976, Jamaica 1975, Guyana 1976 (2), Bahamas 1975, British Virgin Islands (3) 1973, 1974, 1977 Silver, Cook Islands 1976, New Zealand (2) 1976, 1977, Australia 1975 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£200 - £250) 818) World Proof Sets (2) Panama 1975 (9 coins) 20 Balboas to One Centesimo, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Malta a 3-coin set in silver 1977 Five Pounds, Two Pounds and One Pound nFDC to FDC with light toning (£220 - £260) 819) World Proof Sets (3) Bahamas 1973, Barbados 1975, Turks and Caicos Islands 1979 Mountbatten a 3-coin set 20 Crowns, 10 Crowns and 5 Crowns Silver Proofs, Turks and Caicos Islands 20 Crowns 1976 Queen Victoria four heads Silver Proof nFDC in FDC in the boxes of issue (£90 - £120) 820) World Proof Sets (4) Bahamas 1973, Bahamas 1974, Barbados 1973, Jamaica 1978 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£140 - £180) 821) World Proof Sets (4) Liberia (2) 1974, 1975, Trinidad and Tobago 1975, Isle of Man 1979 Crowns (5) Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£80 - £120) 822) World Sets (2) British Commonwealth of Nations 1983 30th Anniversary of the Coronation :- Belize 25 Dollars, Barbados 25 Dollars, Bahamas Ten Dollars, British Virgin Islands Ten Dollars, Solomon Islands Five Dollars Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the Franklin Mint box with certificates, Canada Birds 50 Cents 1995 a 4-coin set Grey Jay, White-Tailed Ptarmigan, Atlantic Puffin and Whooping Crane Silver Proofs nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, and Singles (10) Canada 15 Dollars 1999 Chinese Year of the Rabbit Silver Proof with gold reverse cameo, Canada Dollar 1999 International Year of Older Persons Silver Proof, Canada Twenty Dollars 1997 Canadair F-86 Sabre - The Golden Hawks Silver Proof, FDC in the box of issue, Canada Twenty Dollars 1999 De Havilland Canada DHGC-8 Dash Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue, Canada Twenty Dollars 1999 De Havilland Canada DHC-8 Dash 8 FDC in the box of issue with certificate, St. Helena Fifty Pence 1995 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Silver Proof Piedfort FDC in a Westminster box with certificate, Alderney Five Pound Crown 1995 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Silver Proof Piedfort FDC in a Westminster box with certificate, Ascension Island Fifty Pence 1995 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Silver Proof Piedfort, FDC in the Westminster box with certificate, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2007 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster soft case, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2007 King Henry VIII Silver Proof nFDC with a small spot on the reverse (£150 - £300) 823) World Silver mostly Crown-sized (48) 1970s to 2000s nFDC to FDC in two Westminster boxes (£350 - £550)

British Tokens (lots 824-889) 824) 17th Century (16) 1668 Norfolk (5) Lynn Regis 92, 1667 Lynn Regis 63/4, Norwich 1667 A Norwich Farthing 225, 284/5, Yarmouth 1656 William Bateman 297/8, Suffolk 1666 Herringswell Mary Kent 152, Warwickshire 1669 Coventry 55, Somerset (2) Bath 7 Richard Abbot, 1652 Bath 26/7 John Pearce, Sussex (2) 1655 William Fletcher 43, Chichester Robert Hichcock 52 (2), Wiltshire (3) 1652 Devizes 71 Grace Nash, Marlborough 131 William Crabbe, 1664 Salisbury 204 Francis Manninge , Yorkshire 1669 Doncaster 83, Fair to Fine (£200 - £250) 825) 17th Century Bedfordshire (6) Cranfield W32, Dunstable W36 (2), Dunstable W39, Dunstable W40, Shefford W89 Good to VG, one holed (£45 - £65) 826) 17th Century Berkshire (9) Lambourn W43, Newbury W54, Reading W78, Reading W104, Reading W115, Reading W122, Wallingford W138, Wallingford W139, Wantage W154, in mixed grades Fair to Fine (£70 - £100) 827) 17th Century Gloucestershire (8) Dursley W72, Dursley W74, Gloucester W79 (2), Gloucester W80, Northleach W141, Painswick W145, Stow-in-the-Wold W157, Tetbury W163 in mixed grades Fair to NF (£50 - £100) 828) 17th Century Hampshire (9) Alresford W1, Alresford W3, Alton W6, Andover W14, Portsmouth W137/8, Romsey W179, Southampton W187, Winchester W211, Winchester W233 (£70 - £100) 829) 17th Century Kent (13) Honychild 354, Thomas Foord 1667 Lenham 372, James Ruse Maidstone 385, Elizabeth Webb Maidstone 393, Francis Chambers West Malling 400, Steven Greedier Margate 405, Joseph Mackrith Margate 410, Milton-Next-Gravesend 419, Milton-NextSittingbourne 430, Milton Cheny Bourne 431, Ramsgate 453, Thomas Palmer Rochester 475, Rochester 478, Fair to Fine, most with attributions (£220 - £260) 830) 17th Century Kent (18) Brookland 1671, 39 John Eve , undated Canterbury 77/8, Sibb Smith, undated Thomas Parkson Deal 154, undated Moyses and Potter Deal 158, 1651 CD AT THE LEOPOLDVS Dover 209, Eltham 248, Gravesend (3) Iacob Parsonn 301, A.M.W At the San 306, John Watson 308, At The George in Greenwich, Greenwich 314, Robert Hovend, Harrietsham 346, Sandwich 1656 Danill Pickley 501, Sittingbourne 524 John Milway, Sevenoaks, Nathll Owen 1669 Octagonal (holed) , Sittingbourne 525 Thomas Pearce, 1650 Thomas Johnson Sturry 542/3, John Solley Wingham 569, Charles Allfrey Wrotham 579 in mixed grades Poor to Fine, many with attributions (£300 - £350)

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831) 17th Century London (11) Aldgate Within W71, Great Garden W1263, (The) Minories (Aaldgate) W1920, Petty France (Bishopsgate) W2222, Queenhithe (Upper Thames Street)(2) W2299 and W2303, Newgate Without W2038, Lower Thames Street W3118, Whitefriars (3) W3476, W3478, W3485 Fair to Fine, the first holed, with attribution tickets (£90 - £120) 832) 17th Century Norfolk (11) Clay Next The Sea W19, Diss W27, Fakenham W44, Harleston W51, Lynn Regis W73, Lynn Regis 82, Lynn Regis 102, Lynn Regis W103, Norwich W135, Great Yarmouth W286, Great Yarmouth W297 Fair to Fine, all but one with attribution tickets (£90 - £120) 833) 18th and 19th Century Token issues (26) Shilling Dorset 1811 Poole, Davis 6 Fine, Sixpence Cheshire 1812 Stockport Davis 8 Near Fine, along with Halfpennies 18th Century (7), Halfpennies 19th Century (3), Pennies 19th Century (8, one holed) includes Angusshire 1797 Dundee DH5 GVF, Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (5) 1797 Hutchison’s edge DH33 (2) UNC and lustrous, and VF, Invernesshire - Inverness DH3a Fine, Lanarkshire - Glasgow 1791 Cambridge, Bedford and Huntingdon edge, DH3a, NEF, Perthshire - Perth 1797 St. John’s Church in White metal weighing 8.54 grammes, 27.5mm diameter, Withers 4a, Fine or better and scarce, and Canada - Bank of Upper Canada Penny Token 1854, VG to Good Fine (£135 - £165) 834) 18th and 19th Century Tokens and Jettons (7) Penny 1794 Middlesex - Youngs DH39 Obv: View of St. Paul’s, date visible and bold (see notes in Dalton and Hamer) VF, Penny 1812 Gloucester - Cheltenham J.Bishop Davis 15 NVF, Halfpenny 1791 Yorkshire - Hull DH21 NEF, Norfolk undated DH26 Peace and Plenty Halfpenny, edge: CURRENT EVERY WHERE VF, Somerset Bath Token 1794 Cedar Tree, Plain edge DH26 VF, London Private Theatre Token VF, Jetton 1879 T.G.Middlebrook Edinboro Castle VF, and a brass jetton of Queen Anne undated 22mm diameter Fine (£100 - £150) 835) 19th Century (28) a small collection comprising Eighteen Pence Northamptonshire - Peterborough 1811 Obverse: West front of Peterborough Cathedral, Reverse: Peterborough Bank Token GVF, Shillings (22) Yorkshire (6) Bridlington 1812 Cook and Harwood Davis 5 VF toned Leeds 1812 Reverse: Arms with owls as supporters Davis 30 NEF toned, Doncaster Mirfin and Parker 1812 Obverse: Lion holding a standard, Reverse: Seated female, D over the 1 in the date, with H on the bale, Davis 8 VF, York 1811 Cattle and Barber, Letter Y on last palm blade over the last digit of the date, Davis 62 GEF and lustrous, Bradford 1812 James Laycock Davis 3 VF, Yorkshire County - West Riding 1811 Davis 1 GVF toned, Norfolk (3) Diss 1811 Muskett & Sons Davis 7 NEF and nicely toned, Yarmouth (2) 1811 F.R.Reynolds Davis 15 NVF, 1811 J.Hunton’s Davis 13, VF/GVF with a few tone spots, Warwickshire Birmingham 1811 The Workhouse Davis 8 EF and lustrous, Staffordshire - Bilston 1811 Rushbury and Woolley Davis 2 GVF, Dorset (2) Poole 1812 W.B.Best Davis 8 Toned VF, Blandford 1811 H.Ward Davis 2, VF, Gloucester 1811 Arms of Gloucester between two sprigs of olive, crest a cap of maintenance Davis 5 VF or better, toned, Devon County - undated, Obverse: Arms, Reverse: Devon Silver Token, Davis 2 Fine, Somerset (2) Bristol 1811 Obverse: Arms

without supporters, Reverse: BRISTOL SILVER TOKEN 12, Davis 18 GVF toned, Bath 1812 Davis 17, C.Culverhouse, I.Orchard and J.Phipps, no Periods after C,I, and J Davis 17 VF toned, Rare, Northumberland - Newcastle-uponTyne 1812 Obverse: Arms PAYABLE BY ALEXr KELTY NEWCASTLE ON TYNE Reverse: View of a colliery Davis 7 EF and lustrous, Hampshire - Andover 1812 Seven Acorns inside left of wreath, Davis 17 VF, Buckinghamshire High Wycombe 1811 Town Hall-James Gomme Davis 1 VF Toned, Lancashire - Liverpool Shilling 1812 Obverse: The Arms of Liverpool. Thos. Wilson, Reverse: A female seated on a bale, Davis 2 Near VF, nicely toned, Non-Local undated Bees and Beehive/Britannia Davis 7 VF, Cheshire - Stockport 1812 G.&R. Ferns and T.Cartwright, Bees and Beehive/Female seated, 15 bees, No H on the bale Davis 5 VF, Penny Birmingham and Swansea 1811 Rose Copper Company Davis 95 GVF, Halfpennies (3) Non Local, Trade and Navigation 1813 Davis 43 NEF, Non Local 1815 Genuine British Copper, Britannia left, 4 Leaves in the olive branch Davis 73 VF, Penny Countermarked on a 1797 Penny ROBINSON CUTLER, AVERY ROW, LOWER GROSVENOR STREET LONDON undated, Near Fine, USA Hard Times Token 1837 Executive Experiment GVF (£500 - £1,000) 836) 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 toning, with a few spots, Rare (£140 - £160) 837) Australia 19th Century Tokens (4) Pennies (3), Halfpenny (1), New Zealand 19th Century Penny Tokens (3) Fair to Fine, one holed (£40 - £60) 838) British & world unofficial tokens in brass & base metal. A good selection. Generally VF. (140). (£60 - £80) 839) Farthing 18th Century Middlesex - Pidcock’s undated, Obverse : Elephant, Reverse: Two-Headed Cow, Plain edge (not in collar) DH1066 Toned UNC with two old scratches on the reverse (£80 - £100) 840) Farthings 18th Century Scotland (13) a good mix, Fine to Good Fine (£50 - £75) 841) GB and World Tokens, Transport Tokens, and Weights (14) includes 17th Century Oxford 1668 Thame, Robert Crewes Fine, 19th Century Shilling undated, Charing Cross Fine, Canada - Nova Scotia Halfpenny 1816 Halifax Fine, in mixed grades some VF (£40 - £60) 842) Groats (2) 1840 ESC 1934, Bull 3326 Lustrous UNC, 1843 ESC 1938, Bull 3334 EF and lustrous, along with Token 19th Century Sixpence 1812 Non-Local Obverse: Skep and bees

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in centre, Reverse: Britannia seated on cannon, Davis 12, Withers 17 VF (£70 - £90) 843) Halfpennies (2) 18th Century Middlesex Lackingtons undated, J.Palmer Mailcoaches DH363 EF with traces of lustre, 19th Century Middlesex Private Token undated, J.Henry Dealer in Coins and Medals A/UNC and nicely toned (£60 - £80) 844) Halfpennies (23) 18th Century (18), 19th Century (5), includes some Scottish issues, along with Penny 1797 Dundee and Australia Halfpenny Melbourne, Hyde and Decarle 1857 in mixed grades Near Fine to Good Fine (£180 - £250) 845) Halfpennies 18th and 19th Century Irish issues, mostly Dublin types (10) all with attribution tickets in mixed grades VG to NVF (£80 - £100) 846) Halfpennies 18th Century (10) , all different Fine to VF, one gilded (£50 - £75) 847) Halfpennies 18th Century (13) Hampshire (4) Emsworth 1794 Earl Howe and Britannia, London, Liverpool or Bristol edge, DH13 NVF, Emsworth 1793 Peace and Plenty edge Current Every Where DH11 VF or better, Southampton 1791 Walter Taylor’s - edge : PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W.TAYLOR, R.MOODY & CO DH89 VF, Portsea 1794 DH68 Good Fine, Warwickshire (2) - John Wilkinson 1790 edge WILLEY SNEDSHILL BERSHAM BRADLEY Fine, 1791 edge WILLEY SNEDSHILL BERSHAM BRADLEY DH438 Good Fine, Middlesex (2) 1794 J.H.Tooke Plain edge DN1047 Good Fine, Davidsons 1795 edge reads: PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF T. AND R. DAVIDSONS DH294a GF, Durham (2) Stockton 1794 edge: London Liverpool Montrose DH9a About Fine, South Shields 1794 Success to the Coal Trade DH4 VF, Staffordshire - Leek Commercial Halfpenny DH11 NVF, Lincolnshire - Wainfleet 1793 Wainfleet Abbey DH8a edge reads PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSES OF D.WRIGHT & S.PALMER VF or better, 19th Century (1) Dublin 1813 James Hilles Withers 1820 Fine (£120 - £150) 848) Halfpennies 18th Century (13), Halfpennies 19th Century (3), Farthings 18th and 19th Century (6), and Bank of Upper Canada Halfpenny 1850, in mixed grades to VF (£170 £200) 849) Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Suffolk - Beccles 1795 DH6 Obverse Church/Reverse: Bridge UNC with traces of lustre, Cambridgeshire 1795 DH12 Druid’s Head/Beehive UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£90 - £120) 850) Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Lincolnshire - Wainfleet 1793 Wainfleet Abbey DH8 UNC and lustrous with a few small tone spots, Devon - Plymouth 1796 Sail Canvas Manufactory, Small lettering, Large Loom DH6 UNC with some lustre, Durham - South Shields undated DH6 Obverse: A ship sailing, Reverse MAY PEACE & PLENTY ACCOMPANY THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES Lustrous UNC (£100 - £120) 851) Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Middlesex 1794 Shackleton’s DH 475 Obv: Royal Arms/Rev: Candle Mould Edge: Payable in Suffolk Street, Haymarket A/UNC and attractively toned,

1794 Essex - Chelmsford DH6 EF with prooflike fields, Middlesex 1795 National Series - Duke of York DH989 VF (£65 - £85) 852) Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Scotland (3) Angusshire Dundee 1795 Old Tower Founded 1189, Edge PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF ALEX.R MOLISON DH10, A/UNC with traces of lustre, Lanarkshire - Glasgow 1794 Plain edge (rounded) DH8A GEF, Lothian - Edinburgh 1791 DH34 A/ UNC and attractively toned, Essex - Warley 1794 George, Prince of Wales/ Warley Camp Halfpenny DH36 NEF/EF (£120 - £150) 853) Halfpennies 18th Century (5) Norfolk - Norwich (2) 1792 Norwich Arms DH14, edge PAYABLE AT N.BOLINGBROKES HABERDASHER &c. NORWICH, Norwich 1793 Norwich Barracks DH47, Lincolnshire - Spalding 1794 Britannia, Large Annulet after HALFPENNY DH4, Middlesex Davidsons - Prince of Wales, undated DH296, Middlesex - Political and Social Series undated, T.Hardy DH1027 all EF to A/UNC with traces of lustre (£120 - £150) 854) Halfpennies 18th Century a high grade group (5) Sussex Northiam 1794 Arms/Cypher and squirrel DH35 GEF and lustrous, Hampshire - Portsea 1794 DH68 GVF/NEF with traces of lustre, Dorset - Poole 1795 Hope and Anchor/ Town Arms GEF and lustrous, Norfolk (2) 1794 Norwich Bent stocking and glove/Seated female with anchor and globe DH21 About EF, Norwich 1793 Norwich Barracks/ Mountedc Dragoon DH46a EF with a stain on PATRIA (£80 - £100) 855) Halfpennies 18th Century a high grade group (8) Lancashire - Lancaster 1792 John of Gaunt/Town Arms DH29ALustrous GEF, Warwickshire (2) Bissets, Temple interior/Ornaments of spar DH120 EF, Birmingham Boy/Shield with four hedgehogs DH50 EF, Middlesex (2) W.Williams 1795 Crowned shield/Portcullis and Plume DH916 A/UNC with traces of lustre, Salters, undated, Hatmakers/Shop-front DH473 EF, Glamorganshire - Glamorgan 1795 GEF with traces of lustre, Wiltshire - Devizes 1796 Town Arms/Stag, milled edge, no inscription DH2b, EF with traces of lustre, Somerset - Bath, Botanic Gardens/Tree and shrubs, Plain edge, rounded GEF and lustrous (£180 - £220) 856) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (11) Perthshire - Perth (2) 1797 A spirit still DH10 NVF, 1797 Tay Bridge DH4 Good Fine, Lothian (5) Edinburgh (2) 1791 Engrailed edge DH50a VF, 1796 Harrison’s DH20 VF, Leith (3) 1796 Port of Leith DH58 Fine, 1797 Sailing Ship (2) DH60 GF and VF, Angusshire (3) Montrose 1799 Lunatic Hospital DH30 Fine, Brechin 1801 DH9 Fine, Dundee undated W.Crooms (2) DH12 GVF/VF, DH13 VF, along with Threehalfpence Token London, Hoxton , L.Clarke - Green Man GVF (£80 - £100) 857) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (12) Angusshire Dundee (9) 1795 Old Tower DH10 About Fine, undated W.Crooms, Plain Edge in collar DH12 VF, DH13 Plain edge in collar GF, DH14 Plain edge (rounded) Fine, 1796 Dundee Infirmary DH16 Fine, 1797 Glass Works (2) DH17 Fine and Good Fine, 1797 Dudhope Castle/Flax working (2) DH18 Fine, DH20 Good Fine, Lothian - Edinburgh (3) 1791 Hutchison’s DH34 GVF, 1791 Hibernia DH51 VF/NVF, 1791 Sailing Ship DH50 Lettered edge, Fine (£80 - £100)

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858) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (12) Lothian - Edinburgh (4) 1790 Hutchison’s DH28 Fine, 1790 Hutchison’s DH25 VF, 1790 Hutchison’s DH24 About Fine, 1796 Hutchison’s DH49 NVF, Angusshire (3) Dundee (2) 1795 Old Tower DH10 GF, undated W.Crooms, Plain edge (rounded) DH14 Fine or better, Forfar 1797 Castle/John Steele DH25 About Fine, Invernesshire - Inverness 1794 DH2 About Fine, Perthshire - Perth 1797 Large Flax DH9 Good Fine, Lanarkshire Glasgow (2) 1791 Plain edge rounded) DH4f Fine, 1791 edge PAYABLE IN LONDON DH3b GVF, Kirkcudbrightshire 1793 Gatehouse DH1 NVF (£80 - £100) 859) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (12) Perthshire (2) Perth (2) 1797 DH9 Large Flax Fine, Lothian - Edinburgh 1790 Hutchison’s DH23 VF, 1797 Spirit Still and Casks DH10 VG, Invernesshire - Inverness 1793 DH1 VF, Angusshire (4) Dundee 1797 St. Andrew’s Church DH21 Fine, Brechin 1801 Smith and Wilson DH8 Fair, Montrose (2) 1799 Montrose Lunatic Hospital DH30 (2) Fine and Good Fine, Lothian (2) Leith 1796 DH58 Bold Fine, Edinburgh New University DH7 NVF, Lanarkshire - Glasgow (2) 1791 GILBERT SHEARER edge VF, 1791 edge PAYABLE IN BRISTOL * LANCASTER Fine (£80 - £100)

Bury, Shield of Arms of Bury St. Edmunds/PD cypher above crown DH26 GEF with traces of lustre, Bury undated, Michael Apsey’s, milled edge DH28, GEF and lustrous, Sudbury 1793 DH39 GEF and lustrous (£120 - £150) 865) Halfpennies 19th Century Wellington (6) Non-Local undated Withers 1498 Good Fine, undated Withers 1499 Good Fine, 1813 Withers 1501 VF, 1813 Marquis Wellington, Withers 1565 Fine, 1814 W.1571 Fine/ Good Fine, 1814 W.1572 Near Fine, some Rare, all with attributions, along with Canada Contemporary counterfeit Halfpenny Tokens 1812 (4) Head of George III, Withers 1450-1479 weight between 5.0 and 6.4 grammes, VG to Fine an unusual group, Note: the original strikings weighed in excess of 8 grammes and circulated in Britain, the copies weighing around 6 grammes were imported into Canada by Joseph Tiffin. Imitations gradually declined to around 5 grammes and became more crude and were struck in brass in Canada (£160 - £200) 866) Halfpenny 18th Century 1794 Essex - Colchester, Colchester Castle, edge PAYABLE AT CHARLES HEATHS BAY MAKER DH10 UNC or near so and attractively toned with some residual lustre (£50 - £60)

860) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (13) Lanarkshire Glasgow (2) 1791 DH3c Fine and 1791 DH3b VF, Lothian (10) - Edinburgh (7) 1796 DH1 Fine, 1796 DH2 Good Fine, 1796 DH3 Good Fine, Anderson, Leslie & Co. 1797 Edinburgh New University DH7 Fine, 1790 (2) Hutchison’s DH24 Fine, 1790 Hutchison’s DH25 Good Fine, 1791 Hutchison’s DH36 Fine, 1791 Hutchison’s DH33 NVF, 1792 Hutchison’s DH41 NVF, Leith 1797 DH60 LEITH EDINBURGH and GLASSGOW edge Fine, Perthshire - Perth 1797 DH9 Large Flax Good Fine (£100 - £120)

867) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex - Pidcock’s undated, Obverse : Elephant, Reverse: Rhinoceros facing right, Plain edge (not in collar) DH416b, struck on a thinner flan, UNC with traces of lustre, a most attractive example (£100 £120)

861) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (14) Lothian - Edinburgh (7) 1796 DH1 VF, 1797 New University DH7 VF, 1790 Hutchison’s (4) DH23 (2) GF and VF, DH24 VF, DH27 NVF, 1791 Huthison’s DH33 VG, Invernesshire (2) 1794 DH2 Fine, 1796 DH5 Fine, Kirkcudbrightshire 1793 Gatehouse DH1 Good Fine, Perthshire - Perth Tay Bridge undated DH2 Fine, Angusshire - Dundee 1797 Flax Working/Dudhope Castle DH18 NVF, Lanarkshire - Glasgow (2) 1791 DH4 Good Fine, DH2 GILBERT SHEARER edge Fine (£120 - £150)

869) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex - Pidcock’s undated, Obverse : Two-Headed Cow, Reverse: Royal Arms and Crest DH455 Toned UNC with a trace of lustre, with a reddish residue on the obverse (£100 - £120)

862) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (8) Angusshire - Dundee (2) 1795 Old Tower DH10 GVF, undated W.Crooms Plain edge in collar DH12 Fine, Lanarkshire - Glasgow 1791 DH3 VF, 1791 GILBERT SHEARER edge DH2 VF, Invernesshire Inverness 1793 Rose and Thistle DH1 GF, Lothian (2) Leith 1796 Campbells DH14 EF, 1795 Port of Leith DH59 Fine, Perthshire - Perth 1797 A Spirit still DH10 Fine, along with Evasions (2) Duke of York/ God Send Peace Fine, 1797 Admiral Earl Howe/Rule Britannia VF (£100 - £120)

868) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex - Pidcock’s undated, Obverse : Elephant, Reverse: Two-Headed Cow DH422 UNC with traces of lustre, a most attractive example (£100 - £120)

870) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex - Pidcock’s undated, Obverse : Two-Headed Cow, Reverse: Toucan DH454 UNC or very near so with traces of lustre (£100 - £120) 871) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex undated Dodds Musical Instruments DH300 About EF, slightly weak in the centre of the reverse, Farthing 19th Century undated (c.1823) Middlesex Isaac Earlysman Sparrow Toned UNC (£80 £100) 872) Halfpenny 18th Century Suffolk 1794 Loyal Suffolk Yeomanry, Sword point to L of SUFFOLK, DH19, edge error with star over G of GOD, A/UNC with traces of lustre (£120 - £150)

863) Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland Lothian - Edinburgh (12) 1790-1797 includes many different types Fine to VF (£80 - £100)

873) Halfpenny Lancashire - Lancaster 1794 Daniel Eccleston, No stop after COMMERCE DH58 UNC with around 70% lustre (£90 - £120)

864) Halfpennies 18th Century Suffolk (6) Blything 1794 Suffolk Yeomanry DH19 GEF with traces of lustre, Bungay 1795 Scroll/Figure of Justice DH21 UNC or near so and lustrous, Bungay 1794 Bigods Castle/Figure of Justice DH22 GEF,

874) Halfpenny Middlesex Slave Token DH1039A Kneeling Slave AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER, edge PAYABLE AT DUBLIN CORK OR BELFAST undated NVF (£50 - £75)

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875) Medals and Tokens a mixed group (140) includes some Russian themed, 1991 250th Anniversary of the Novo Arkhangelsk One ounce of .900 silver 40mm diameter The Capital of the Russian America UNC, as part of a group of Russia Medals and Tokens (18) Explorers 300 Years Anniversary a set of six medals 38.5mm diameter UNC toned, Russian World War II Monuments (5) in golden alloy EF, Russia Subway tokens (6) a mixed group EF to GEF, along with a mixed group of Russia Medals (5) Alexander III Coronation 1883, Silver Medal, by S Vazhenin and A Griliches, conjoined heads of Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna right, rev imperial crest, 50mm in silver, some digs to the obverse field, VF tooled, in the brown box of issue, Order of Maternal Glory Class I, awarded for bearing and raising 9 children, Class II awarded for bearing and raising 8 children, Class III awarded for bearing and raising 7 children, Motherhood Medal second class for bearing and raising 5 children, GVF to EF the enamelling good, Circular bronze medal with eyelet for ribbon suspension; the face with two central characters reading ‘Congratulations from Your Subjects’ between two stylised peacocks aspectant on auspicious clouds, a radiant rising sun with inscription above reading ‘Your Royal Highness Prince’, an inscription below reading ‘In Commemoration of (your) Birthday’; the reverse dated ‘1933.11.23’; likely to be a private issue of the Qing dynasty, VF, along with Chiang Kai-Shek a fantasy issue in the style of the Victory Order, reverse enamelled with crossed swords design, with suspension loop, not hallmarked and presumed base metal NEF, 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, France Jetton Charles IV Standing King series (1322-1328) Reverse Triple stranded Cross Fleury GF with green patina from having been in the ground, also with an additional group of Medals, Tokens, badges and paranumismatic items (70) 20th Century most if not all in base metal, in mixed grades some A/UNC, along with a group of Medals, Medalets, Tokens, Gaming Tokens and Toy Money (43) 19th and 20th Century, in mixed circulated grades (£375 - £425) 876) Pennies 18th Century Anglesey (5), Pennies 19th Century (9) includes Canada and Ireland types, Twopences 19th Century (3) Fair to Good Fine, some with attribution tickets (£100 - £120) 877) Penny 18th Century Middlesex - Skidmore’s Clerkenwell series, Lord Stormont’s, Wandsworth, Surry DH164 GEF with a trace of lustre (£170 - £220) 878) Scotland Communion Tokens (2) Kilmarnock 1778 on a square flan Minister I.K , Perth - Four Parishes of Perth - Erected 1807 Minister John Findlay, on an oval flan, Fine, Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (12) a good mix includes Glasgow, Leith, Edinburgh. Montrose and Dundee types, in mixed grades Near Fine to VF, many with attribution tickets (£100 - £150) 879) Scotland Communion Tokens (6) 1847 North Free Church Kirriemuir (2), 1845 Free Church Durness (2), 1836 Saint Paul’s, 1847 AC LOC on reverse VG to Good Fine (£20 - £25) 880) Shilling 19th Century Surrey - Godalming 1811 Davis 1 Obverse: GODALMING * TOKEN * around, in centre XII,

Reverse: PRO BONO PUBLICO around, in centre a woolsack inscribed 1811 Near Fine and holed, listed as RRR by both Withers and Davis, an internet search reveals no recent transactions of this type, research by the vendor states a plugged example sold in an Australian Auction in 2001 (£50 - £100) 881) Shillings (3) and Sixpences (2) 19th Century Somerset, Shilling 1811 Bristol, Arms and supporters/Value in wreath Davis 45 GVF nicely toned, Bristol 1811 Commercial Token Bank Company, Garratt, Terrell, Bird, Beck and Grigg, Davis 21 GVF toned, Bristol 1811 Commercial Token Bank Company, Garratt, Terrell, Bird, Beck and Grigg, Davis 22 VF, Sixpences (2) Bristol 1811 Arms and Crest/Garratt, Terrell, Bird, Beck and Grigg (August 12) Davis 51 Fine, Bristol 1811 W.Sheppaed/6 in radiated star Davis 60 Fine/Good Fine (£150 - £200) 882) Shillings 19th Century (2) Durham - Stockton 1812 Castle and Anchor Davis 2 Good Fine, Leicestershire - Leicester undated, H.Morgan Davis 1 NEF/GVF (£120 - £140) 883) Shillings 19th Century (3) Northumberland (2) Newcastle upon Tyne 1811 IOHN ROBERTSON, W on ground Davis 11 Good Fine, toned, Newcastle upon Tyne 1811 IOHN ROBERTSON, No W on ground Davis 12, Good Fine, Nottinghamshire - Newark 1811 Town Hall Newark/ Stansall, Moor, Fisher, Fillingham, Readett, and Wilson Davis 5, VF, along with Eighteen Pence Northamptonshire - Peterborough 1811 Peterborough Cathedral/Value within wreath Davis 3 VF or better and nicely toned (£200 - £250) 884) Shillings 19th Century Yorkshire (5) Leeds 1811 John Smalpage & S.Lumb Davis 22 GVF with some thin scratches, Leeds 1811 John Smalpage & S.Lumb Davis 27 Good Fine with some hairlines, Leeds 1812 John Smalpage & .Lumb Davis 29, Fine, Whitby 1811 Whitby Association, Arms of Whitby Abbey, Davis 56 NVF toned, York 1811 Cattle & Barber Davis 63 NVF toned (£275 - £325) 885) Sixpence Hampshire - Newport 1811 Antique Ship/Beehive Davis 24 EF/NEF (£100 - £120) 886) Sixpences 19th Century (3) Staffordshire - Fazeley 1811 Harding family Arms/Value within wreath Davis 12 Fine, Yorkshire (2) Hull 1811 Rudston and Preston Davis 17 GVF, Sheffield 1811 Younge & Deakin VF with grey tone (£115 - £135) 887) Slave Token AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER VF as part of a group of tokens (8) comprising Halfpennies 18th Century (5) VF to GVF, Penny 19th Century 1811 Bath GF/NVF, and an Earls Court 1899 Gigantic Wheel Token Fine (£60 - £80) 888) Tokens mostly 18th and 19th Century, some unofficial, a varied group (57) includes 18th Century Halfpennies (23) some in VF or better, a useful group (£150 - £200) 889) Unofficial Farthing Tokens (7) W.Ford & Co. Drapers 2350, Fine, holed at the top, James Stelfox, Provision Dealer, Salford, Manchester 3570 Fine, Plymouth - Hockley, Clothier 4285, NVF, Rare, Worcester Co-Operative Company 5240 Fine, along with Tokens (3) Sherborne Threehalfpence 1845 Half Moon Inn NVF, Worcester

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Cross 2 1/2d T.Ward About Fine, Threehalfpence 1850 George Hotel, Castle Carry, F.W.Harrold EF and lustrous, John B.Hanman, Southgate St. Gloucester,VG, John Nutall 3494, Grocer, Tea Dealer and Importer 206 Deansgate, Manchester, Fine, Henry Evans, Oldham, Tea Dealer, Market Place, Good Fine, 2 1/2 Pence, W.Smith Queen’s Head,Phillips Street, Aston, Fine, along with Victoria Diamond Jubilee Token Obverse Partial Brockage 1897 the impression of the head is incuse the lettering and date appears to have been removed from the die, Fine, unusual (£260 - £320)

Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 890-1063) 890) 1,000 Years of British Monarchy a boxed set of 50 sterling silver ingots (68 grammes each) BU as issued in the long wooden display box (£1,000 - £1,400)

31mm diameter EF toned with suspension loop on the edge (£30 - £50) 896) Battle of Culloden 1746 51mm diameter in silver by R.Yeo Eimer 604 Obverse: Bust right armoured GULIELMUS. GEOR. II R. FIL. DUX. CUMBRIAE. Reverse: Britannia seated left, is assisted by the Duke, as Hercules, who tramples upon Discord. Exergue: PERDVELLIB. EX.ANG. FVGAT. AD. CVLLOD. DEBELLAT. 16. APR. 1746 NEF with old grey toning, a few trivial contact marks barely detract (£200 - £400) 897) Battle of Turnhout 1597 Victory of Prince Maurice over Spain, 51mm diameter in silver, Eimer 68, Obverse: Belgian Lion left, holding a sword and arrows. SOLI. DEO. HONOR. ET. GLORIA. Reverse: Text in 11 lines:-ORDINVM. AVSPICIIS. PRINCIPIS. MAVRITII. DVCTV. HOSTE. AD TVRNHOVTVM. CAESO DECEM. OPIDIS. ET. TRIBVS. ARCIBVS. EXPVGNATIS. ET. TOTA CISRHENANA. DITIONE. PACATA. 1597 strong GVF with some contact marks (£1,200 - £1,500)

891) 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Victoria a 3-medal set in .999 silver 1970 by Metalimport Company Ltd nFDC boxed, along with Medals (6) 1986 The Wedding of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson Silver UNC in the box of issue with certificate, Ingot ‘Meyland’ by M.Paccini, 74 grammes of .925 silver by Intercoin UNC in the box of issue with certificate, 25th Anniversary of the Coronation 1978 88 grammes of gold plated silver UNC toned missing much of the gilding , in the box of issue with certificate, Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce awarded to W.Jones, M.Sc.A.M.I.E.E For His Paper on ‘Recent Developments in Electrical Lighting Session 19321933 UNC in the box of issue, Lusitania Medal 1915 UNC, unboxed, Nelson’s Flagship ‘The Foudroyant 1897 36mm diameter in copper Eimer 1813 EF boxed (£60 - £100) 892) Abolition of the Slave Trade 1807 36mm diameter in copper by G.F.Pidgeon/J.Philip, Eimer 984, Obverse: Two men stand facing each other, with hands clasped: beyond: five people dancing around a tree, WE ARE ALL BRETHREN, Exergue: SLAVE TRADE ABOLISHED BY GREAT BRITAIN MDCCCVII. Reverse: Arabic inscription EF (£300 - £350) 893) Accession of Queen Anne 1702 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 388 Obverse Crowned and Draped ANNA. D:G: MAG: BR: FR: ET: HIB: REGINA Reverse a Heart within branches of oak resting on a pedestal inscribed ATAVIS REGIBVS and threaded through a Crown, above; ENTIRELY ENGLISH Good Fine (£70 - £80) 894) Admiral Earl Howe, Naval Victory of the First of June 1794 48mm diameter in copper by C.H.Kuchler. Obverse: Bust right, uniformed, RIC.COMES.HOWE THALASSIARCHA BRITAN.with PATRIAE DECUS ET TUTAMEN below the bust. Reverse: A Naval Engagement. NON SORTESED VIRTUTE, in exergue GALOR.CLASSIS. PROFLIG. DIE 1 JUNII. MDCCXCIV, UNC Toned , the fields with a prooflike quality and with only the most minor contact marks, a superb example (£220 - £260) 895) Australia - Western Australia (2) Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 24mm diameter in silver, Swan Reverse GVF/ VF holed at the top, Coronation of King George V 1911

898) Belgium, Engelbert Sterckx, Archbishop Mechlin, medal 1838, by Leclercq, bronze, 55mm. AEF. (£30 - £50) 899) Canada 1939 Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth 32mm diameter in bronze BHM4394 Obverse: crowned and robed busts conjoined, to left, no legend, Reverse: a map of Canada with crowned Arms above, flanked by the date, with banner above with A.MARIVSOVE AD.MARE on it, REGEM.ET. REGINAM. CANADA. SALVTAT, UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN (£25 - £50) 900) Canada 1939 Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth 32mm diameter in silver BHM4394 Obverse: crowned and robed busts conjoined, to left, no legend, Reverse: a map of Canada with crowned Arms above, flanked by the date, with banner above with A.MARIVSOVE AD.MARE on it, REGEM.ET. REGINAM. CANADA. SALVTAT, Sharp and fully lustrous Choice UNC in a PCGS holder and

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graded MS66 (£50 - £100) 901) Chamber of Commerce - Trade and Industry in Vienna Honorary Merit, Vienna Mint Medal by P.Breithut, 64mm diameter in Silvered Bronze awarded to Adolf Ullmann 1926 EF in round fitted case this with some damage (£50 - £60) 902) Coronation of Edward VIII 1937 57mm diameter in bronze, Obverse Crowned bust, robed, right, Reverse: Britannia seated right, hold a crown in her lap, on which is perched a dove carrying an olive branch NEF (£25 - £35) 903) Coronation of King George V 1911 31mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issues (5) UNC in the paper envelopes of issue, Royal visit to Canada 1939 25mm diameter in bronze EF, Tebbetts Vehcles, St. Louis 18741907, 32mm diameter Fine (£30 - £60)

907) Defeat of the Spanish Armada 1588 32mm diameter in silver. Obverse: Two ships in engagement VENIT. IVIT. FVIT 1588, in Exergue CLASSIS . HISP. Reverse: The Shield of Zeeland, crowned, .SOLI. DEO. GLORIA. NEF toned with a small edge crack on the V of FVIT, Rare (£420 - £480)

904) Coronation of William IV 1831 33mm diameter in silver by W.Wyon Eimer 1251 The official Royal Mint issue after F.Chantrey GVF with grey tone (£80 - £120) 905) Cuba and related From a Cuban Collection (4), Harvard Institute 1923 Alumni medal 42mm diameter in silver awarded to P.G.Mendoza VF with a suspension loop, National Reconciliation Medal (c.1933) Obverse: Armoured bust wearing plumes helmet, Reverse: Arms of Cuba surmounted by a Phrygian bonnet bearing a five-pointed star all within oak and laurel wreath, the ribbon with one line of 7 chevrons VF, Order of Military Merir, Fourth Class Bronze gilt with red enamelling in the centre VF, along with Medal Bartholome Maso Centenary 1930 31.5mm diameter GVF with some thin scratches (£180 - £220) 906) Defeat of the Spanish Armada 1558 51mm diameter in silver, cast, by G.v.Bijlaer, Eimer 56b, Obverse: Philip II of Spain and Catholic heads of the church and state, blindfolded and seated in discussion, their feet on a spiked floor, O. COECAS. HOMINVM. MENTES. O. PECTORA. COECA above, DVRVM. EST. CONTRA. STIMVLOS. CALCITRARE. Reverse: A fleet of ships, some of which are capsizing, .VENI. VIDE. VIVE. 1588 above, TV. DEVS. MAGNVS. ET. MAGNA. FACIS. TV. SOLVS. DEVS. NEF (£1,000 - £1,200)

908) France International Exposition - Paris 1878 68mm diameter in silver, 151.25 grammes, by J.C.Chaplain Obverse: Laureate Head of the Republic left, REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE star above head, Reverse: Fames in the air over Paris and accompanied by an angel holding a tablet inscribed ‘VAN NOTEN’, below, a town view. EF, Germany 1935 Deutsche die Saar 40mm diameter in Bronze, Hunting Club Medal Obverse: Eagle with Rifle, beyond, a Swastika, Reverse: 1935 SCHUTZENVEREIN TELL PACHTEN, BEFREIUNGSSCHEISSEN NVF (£50 - £100) 909) GB and World Medals and Tokens 19th and 20th Century (50) includes some silver items, in mixed grades (£100 £150) 910) Henry, Prince of Wales 1612 29mm diameter in silver by C.Anthony (?) Eimer 90 Obverse: Bust three-quarters left, armoured and draped, .HENRICVS. .PRINCEPS. Reverse: Armorial Shield FAX.;MENTIS. HONESTAE. GLORIA. Good Fine, Rare (£200 - £400) 911) International Society of Postmasters 1975-1976 a collection of 36 all Crown-sized and in Silver housed in an album with World First Day Covers, all coins and covers UNC as issued (£180 - £280) 912) Ireland, George IV Commemorative, Ireland Exaults in the Presence of Her King, bronze, 25mm., Emergency Medal 1939-46 for National Service with bar “1939-1946”, reverse The Local Defence Force. bronze. GVF. (2). Italy, Messina Earthquake 1908, unnamed, silver. GVF. (3). (£100 - £140) 913) Jersey, Edward VII Coronation (2), 32mm. George V Coronation 1911, 32mm. Visit of George V to Jersey 1921, 32mm. All white metal and in red card cases of issue. EF. (4) (£40 - £60)

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914) John Kendal, Turkish Siege of Rhodes 1480, Italian cast medal, 55mm diameter, Eimer 19,General of Infantry to the Knights of St John. Obverse: Bust, right armoured, IO. KENDAL. RHODI. TVRCVPELLERIVS, Reverse: Armorial shield, TEMPORE. OBSIDIONIS. TVRCHORVM. MCCCCLXXX, Eimer states this is the first medal to honour an Englishman. Later striking and gilding, GF/NF with old collector’s ticket (£1,000 - £1,200)

crown aloft and with Union flag CROWNED A.D.1937 legend with BRITISH below UNC toned (£50 - £100) 918) Medals a 26-piece set by the Birmingham Mint 1974-1975, depicting War Campaigns, Industrial events, Political events, and Political Figures each gold plated, 40-41 grammes of .925 silver UNC to nFDC some with toning, unboxed, most in capsules (£300 - £400) 919) Medals and tokens (83), mainly bronze & white metal, subjects include Religion, Royal events, Sports, famous people etc. Generally GVF. (83). (£60 - £80) 920) Medals and Tokens a mixed group (65) includes 1935 Silver Jubilee Medal in Silver NEF, 1897 Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal in silver 25mm VF, Transport Tokens, modern Replicas and more, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 921) Netherlands - Peace Treaty of Rijswijk 1697 20.5mm diameter in silver, Obverse: PAX standing with kneeling mother, Reverse: Altar with burning weapons, NEF with an attractive blue-green tone, The Treaty  or  Peace of Ryswick, also known as The Peace of Rijswijk was a series of agreements signed in the Dutch city of Rijswijk between 20 September and 30 October 1697, ending the 1689-97 Nine Years War (£50 - £75) 922) 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 (£300 - £400)

915) Medallic issues (11) British Banknotes (7) 50mm diameter in base metal each showing a coloured image of the Banknote and the subject portrayed on the note UNC in capsules, History of British Currency (2) 50mm diameter Farthing and Shilling issues, UNC in capsules, USA Medallic issues 500 Dollars with coloured banknote on the reverse ‘1922 Abraham Loncoln’ UNC in capsules (£20 - £40) 916) Medals (19) and medalets (9) 18th Century to 20th Century issues in white metal, including George III, George IV and William IV types, in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£40 - £60) 917) Medals (3) Coronation of King George V 1911 36mm diameter in silver by F.Bowcher Eimer 1921c Obverse: Conjoined, crowned and draped busts left, GEORGE.V MARY, Reverse: The King and Queen enthroned, facing, acclaimed by Britannia, as Empire, standing left with a wreath, in foreground, a plaque inscribed HOMAGE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE 1911 festooned by two cherubs. GOD SAVE THE KING UNC, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 32mm diameter in silver, Obverse: Conjoined busts right draped, KING EDWARD VII QUEEN ALEXANDRA, Reverse: TO COMMEMORATE THE CORONATION JUNE 1902 GOD SAVE THE KING Arms and supporters above, National Floral emblems below, UNC with an edge bruise, Coronation of Edward VIII 1937 44mm diameter in bronze Obverse bust right, crowned and draped, HIS.MAJESTY.KING.EDWARD. VIII Reverse: Britannia standing in an arch, facing, holding

923) Olympic Games Amsterdam 1928 55mm diameter in bronze GVF with small edge knocks (£50 - £75) 924) Olympic Games London 1908 Commemorative Medal 50mm diameter in silver bronze, by B.Mackennal, 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 EF in the blue presentation box of issue (no catch), with OLYMPIC GAMES. STEWARD. LONDON. 1908. in gold on the lid (£300 - £500) 925) Queen Anne, Peace of Utrecht 1713 35mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Eimer 460. Obverse draped bust left, ANNA . DG . MAG : BRI . FR : ET . HIB : REG . Reverse Britannia standing facing left, holding an olive branch, a spear and a shield. Beyond: ships to left and a farming scene to right COMPOSITIS. VENERANTVR. ARMIS. Exergue MDCCCXIII EF and attractively toned, comes in the original shagreen case, we note an example slabbed as PCGS SP63 sold at a recent US auction for $1600 (£260 - £320)

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EF a varied group, along with Engraved small silver (14), counterstamped coppers (2) and Engraved Halfpenny 1774 ‘John Rotherham/ Sign Painter in Derby 1774/ John Blease/ To F M U / Tobacconist, Liverpool, in mixed circulated grades (£225 - £275) 932) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 25mm diameter in silver (36) the Official Royal Mint issues, mostly NVF to EF some nicely toned, housed in a Lindner Tray (£175 - £225) 926) Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 25mm diameter in silver, The Official Royal Mint issues (10) A/UNC to UNC, some with attractive toning (£60 - £80) 927) Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 77mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 1733, by J.E.Boehm/F.Leighton, the Official Royal Mint issue, 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 Toned UNC and boxed (£200 £300) 928) Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 77mm diameter in silver, Eimer 1733, by J.E.Boehm/F.Leighton, the Official Royal Mint issue, 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 A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with prooflike fields, boxed (£600 - £700) 929) Scotland, Marriage of Mary Queen of Scots to Dauphin Francois II 1558, 51mm diameter in silver, as Eimer 40, a later restrike, 19th Century or later, Obverse: Busts face to face below crown, FRAN. ET.MA. D.G.RR. SCOTOR. DELPHIN. VIEN, Reverse: Shields of the couple, crowned, between F and M crowned, FECIT. VTRAQVE. VNVM. 1558 EF and lustrous, the obverse with attractive tone, along with Buenos Aires Jockey Club medal, PRINCIPE DE GALES octagonal, in silver, ex-mount NEF (£75 - £100) 930) 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 silver nFDC-FDC some with pleasant toning housed in an impressive two album boxed set with extensive related certificates these in the original box as issues which also includes a coin holder and gloves box (£400 - £600) 931) Tokens, Medals, medalets and Paranumismatic items, 18th to 20th Century (164) includes Army Temperance Medals in silver (3) c.1897-1901, in mixed grades, Kent Messenger Calendar Medal 1959, George V Silver Jubilee 1935 32mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue

933) Visit of Queen Victoria to the City of London 1837, issued by the Corporation of London obverse and reverse cliché in a glass frame, presumed silver, sealed with a note Obverse VICTORIA REGINA, bust left diademed, Reverse a Façade of the Guildhall, Exergue: IN HONOUR OF HER MAJESTY’S VISIT TO THE CORPORATION OF LONDON 9TH NOV : 1837, UNC the colour considered to be the result of silver oxidising reacting to the glass. (£1,000 - £1,500) 934) Westminster Collection NumisProof medal 50mm diameter Maundy Ceremony undated (issued 2012-2013) gold plated base metal, Prooflike UNC with colour picture of the Queen on the reverse, along with Tristan da Cunha Crown 2012 Maundy Ceremony, gold plated base metal UNC with full lustre (£20 - £30) 935) William Pitt (2) Manchester Pitt Club 1813 50mm diameter in silver by T.Wyon Eimer 1039, Obverse: Bust left, draped Rt.HONble.WILLIAM PITT MANCHESTER PITT CLUB 1813, Reverse: An allegory of Pitt rousing the genius of Great Britain to resist the demons of Anarchy, who have overthrown Religion and Royalty; the Virtues, left, await the result, Exergue: HIMSELF A HOST, William Pitt , Fit Lord of the Treasury 1799, 53mm diameter in bronze by T.Wyon Snr. Eimer 912 Obverse: Bust left, draped, WILLIAM PITT APPOINTED FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY AND CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER DEC:1783, Reverse: WITH FORTITUDE WISDOM AND INTEGRITY HE SERVES A PROSPEROUS NATION AND A VIRTUOUS KING 1799 AGED 40, within a wreath EF (£75 - £150) 936) World Medals (9) Germany (5) Welfare Institution Heilbronn for diligence and good behaviour undated (c.1870) Obverse: Eagle and Coat of Arms, Reverse: Für FLEISS und WOHLVERHALTEN (4) 30.5mm diameter, 11.31 grammes in silvered bronze, UNC and lustrous with pleasing and matching tone, along with K.Oberrealschule, Heilbronn Medal 30.5mm diameter in silvered bronze this on a thicker 3mm thick flan and weighing 18.8 grammes UNC and nicely toned, along with Peru, Lima medals 1821 San Martin (4) Obverse: LIMA LIBRE JURO SU INDEPENDENCIA EN 28 DE JULIO DE 1821, Radiant surface, Reverse: BAJO LA PROTECCION DEL EGERCITO LIBERTADOR DEL PERU MANDADO POR SAN MARTIN in eight lines within wreath, oblique edge reeding, 29mm diameter in silver, Fonrobert 8998, VF to EF (£225 - £275) 937) 1914-15 Stars to South African Regiments (6) Cpl.F.H.Pratt 1st. S.A.M.R awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa. Taken prisoner of war at Sandfontein 26/9/1914 and served 1902-1924.Lt.S.G.Grewar, 1st South Africa Regiment, Pte. W.S.Williams Kalahari Horse, awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa 1914-1915, Pte.J.Baker Enslins Horse, awarded

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for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa 1914-1915, Pte.J.J.Van Aswegen Brands. F.S Rifles, Burg P.G.Greyling Heidelberg KDO, VF to EF (£200 - £300) 938) 1939-45 stars and medals (16) includes Air Crew Europe and Arnhem 50th Anniversary Medal and wound badge. GVF or better. (16). (£200 - £300) 939) 78th Company London Yeomanry/2nd London Yeomanry, Boer War and World War I a group of five comprising Queen’s South Africa Medal with five bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902, World War I Medal, 1914-15 Star, World War I Victory Medal and Territorial Force Efficiency Medal VF to EF awarded to 987 Pte.L.O.Morgan, the Star and Victory medals both privately engraved (£300 - £400) 940) A group of six with miniature, as worn Queens South Africa Medal with 5 bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1902, South Africa 1901, to Pte.W.Herrington E.Surrey Regiment, 1914 Star trio with 5th Aug-22nd Nov clasp, named MI - 08027 Dvr.W. Herrington, the others to Sjt. W.Herrington, World War II Defence Medal , and Legion of Frontiersmen Medal for Meritorious Service in silver VF to GEF (£200 - £250)

all with ribbons & all identified. GVF. (13). (£250 - £300) 949) British India Major General Claude Martin AH1211 Obverse: Bust right LABORE . ET .. CONSTANTIA Reverse: Legend in Urdu in 3 lines, (Puddester. 796.1; Prid. 400A; BHM 424) Good Fine/Fine with some light verdigris as part of a group of GB and World a varied selection includes Greece 30 Drachma 1963 A/UNC, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 medal 25mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue, EF, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof UNC, Barbados Penny 1788 VG, includes many India 1/12th Anna these silvered, a small group of 18th Century Tokens in mixed grades (lot) (£100 - £150) 950) British World War 2 stars and medals (9) together with five mounted on bar as worn, Army & Navy Territorial Decorations, copies (3), Order of the Bath, Civil, copy. Tilbury Deep Water Docks commemorative medal 1886, white metal. Good VF, last fair. (19). (£100 - £120) 951) China, WW2 onwards, mostly bronze metal and enamel Communist awards, together with a Taiwan Merit Medal. GVF. (20). (£100 - £120)

941) Afghanistan Medal, Second Afghan War 1878-1880 awarded to 2107 Pte.T.Dempsey, East Riding Regiment of Foot (2nd/15th Foot) no bars.VF/NEF. Enlisted 9/9/1878, Discharged 6/9/1890 (£200 - £250)

952) Copy or defective medals (13), V.C., G.C., N.G.S. bar Trafalgar, Army of India bar Ava, New Zealand 186166, Abyssinia 1867-68, Kabul to Kandahar Star 1880, Jummoo & Kashmir Star 1895, Ashanti Star 1896, 1914 Star (renamed), Cuba & Thailand Victory Medals, South Atlantic Medal 1982. (13). (£50 - £100)

942) Afghanistan Medal, Second Afghan War 1878-1880 awarded to Sepoy Jolhico Malura, 4th Ghoorka Regiment (Ghurkas) Fine (£150 - £200)

953) Crimea 1854, no bar, unnamed as issued. Turkish Crimea 1855, British issue, unnamed as issued. GVF. (2). (£200 £300)

943) Afghanistan Medal, Second Afghan War 1878-1880, with two bars, Ahmed Khel and Kandahar, awarded to 2067 Pte.C.Percival 2nd/60th Rifles (King’s Royal Rifle Corps) NVF. and miniature aluminium copy, Pte.Percival served 1866-1887 and was discharged 1/3/1887. Also entitled to Kabul to Kandahar Star (£200 - £250)

954) Egypt 1882 Campaign pair, Egypt 1882 bar Tel-El-Kebir (E.Power Pte. R.M.) contact marks, Khedives Egypt 1884-6 Star. GVF. (2). (£200 - £300)

944) Anglo-Boer War, Queen’s South Africa Medal with 4 bars CAPE COLONY, ORANGE FREE STATE, TRANSVAAL, and SOUTH AFRICA 1901, to 1369 Pte. D. McGregor , A. &S. HIGHRS: Argyle and Sunderland About EF with grey tone (£180 - £200)

955) Egypt Medal 1882 awarded to Ships Corporal, First Class W.W.Holmes H.M.S. Monarch, with bar ALEXANDRIA 11th JULY, VF. Ships Corporal Holmes was discharged to Pension in 1887. H.M.S. Monarch took part in the Naval bombardment of Alexandria 11th to 13th July 1882. The vessel was the first to carry its guns in turrets, and was also the first British Warship to have guns of 12 inch calibre. (£180 - £200)

945) Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medals (3), Victorian issue (9586 Co. Sgt. Maj. J.Bodle R.E.), Edward VII issue (11471 Serjt W.D.Shortland R.F.A.), George VI “Regular Army” issue (7261 371 S.Sjt. T.G. Leyshon R.A.M.C.). GVF. (3). (£200 - £300)

956) Egypt Medal 1882-1889, undated reverse, awarded to 1228 Pte.J.Slater 1st Cameron Highlanders, VF. Enlisted Fort George 10/1/1885. Present at the Battle of Ginnis 30/12/1885, Died Cairo 1886, cause not listed (£150 £200)

946) Army of India Medal 1799-1826 with Bhurtpoor clasp awarded to Corpl.T.Henry, 59th Foot, Cambridgeshire Regiment EF with minor surface marks (£700 - £800)

957) Egypt Medal 1882-1889, undated reverse, no bar, awarded to A.Jeffries Ships Corporal 1st Class H.M.S Briton. GVF. Died of Heat apoplexy aboard HMS Humber 1/8/1884, having served from 1870-1884. HMS Briton and her cfrew participayed in the Battle for Suakin Port, Fenruary and March 1884. (£150 - £200)

947) Austria, Bulgaria, Germany & Hungary, First World War or earlier medals and crosses (17), all with ribbons & all identified. Generally GVF one with reverse centre missing. (17). (£350 - £400) 948) Austria, First World War or earlier medals and crosses (13),

958) Europe, assorted campaign medals from Austria, Bulgaria, Czechoslavakia, Finland, Poland, Rumania and Serbia, most First World War, a few earlier, together with some Second

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World War. All identified. Generally VF. (30). (£100 - £150) 959) Europe, Belgium, First World War (7), Second World War (6), France, 1870 - World War 2 and Korea (19), Greece, Turkish War to World War 2 (5), Italy, World War 1 & 2 (6), Spain, Civil War & World War 2 (3), Netherlands WW2 War Cross and UN Korea. All identified. Generally GVF to EF. In white folder. (47). (£200 - £300) 960) First World War Medals (10), 1914-15 Star (S-4388 Pte. W. McLuskie A. & S. Highrs), British War medal (172105 Gnr. J.O.Thomas R.A.), Mercantile Marine War Medals (2). (Homer Renshaw & Leslie ... (naming partly illegible), Victory Medals (2), (S-34652 Pte. R. Grey Rif. Brig. & R.30294 Pte. J Wilkins K.R.Rif.C., 1616 Sepoy Nanku2-67 Pjbis). Police Special Constabulary Medal with The Great War 1914-18 bar (Douglas Dowding), British Red Cross Society Medal, bronze, Memorial Plaque (Henry Grundy). Generally VF or better. (10). (£120 - £140) 961) First World War pair to W.O.CL.2. J.Lowbridge South Staffordshire Regiment with badges and associated paperwork on achieving the rank of Warrant Officer Class 2, (£25 - £75) 962) General Service Medal with Palestine bar, awarded to 3952993 Pte.G.Carpenter Welch.Regiment. NEF/EF. The First Regiment was deployed to Palestine to surpress the Arab Revolt, then sent on to North Africa and participated in the Western Ditrict Campaign, then sent to Crete in 1941 where Pte.Carpenter was taken Prisoner of War in June 1941 (£60 - £80) 963) General Service Medals (4), George V issue bar Iraq (296 Sepoy Gulab Khan 3-124Baluch Inf.), George VI issue bar S.E.Asia 1945-46 (Mtn/870920 Sep.Kabal Singh R.I.A.S.C. (M.T.), bar Palestine 1945-48 (AS.12918 Pte. M. Linakana A.P.C.), Elizabeth II issue, bar Malaya (22943111 Pte. P. Boddy W.Yorks). Generally GVF to EF, last in card box of issue. (4). (£200 - £300) 964) German First World War groups (3), Saxony Friedrich August Medals (2) bronze & silver, 1914 Iron Cross, mounted as worn. Prussia 1870-1871 Medal with bars Paris, Beaumont, Sedan & Gravelottes-St. Ptivat, bronze and Wilhelm Anniversary Medal 1797-1897, mounted as worn, Group of three, Iron Cross 1914, Baden Medal & Cross of Honour 1914-18 mounted as worn and with ribbon bar. GVF. (£250 - £300) 965) German State Medals inc. Baden, Bavaria and Prussia (7) First World War & earlier. All identified GVF. (7). (£200 £250) 966) Germany (9), Franco-Prussian War Medal, 1870-71, Bavarian War Merit Cross with swords, bronze, in case. Iron Cross, 1914, 2nd class & Cross of Honour 1914-15, Prussian “Blue Max” copy, Hanseatic Cross 1914. 1914-18 Veterans Medal. 1914-18 Honour Cross and War Merit Cross. GVF or better. (9). (£100 - £150) 967) Germany, 2nd WW awards (5), War Merit Cross 1939 with swords, Winter Campaign Medal 1941-42 (Russian Front), Africa/Italy Campaign Medal. Wound Badge, bronze,

Infantry Assault Badge, silver coloured metal (catch to pin fitting broken. GVF. (5). (£100 - £120) 968) Germany, 3rd Reich Mothers Cross (3), gold, silver and bronze classes with neck ribbon. GVF. (3). (£120 - £140) 969) Germany, First & Second World War group of four, Prussia Iron Cross 1914; Saxony, Friedrich August War Medal, silver; 1914-18 Cross of Honour; WW2 Faithful Service Decoration, silver. Mounted as worn. GVF. (4). (£120 £140) 970) Germany, Iron Cross 1914 (3), First Class, pin back (1), 2nd Class (2). GVF. (3) (£150 - £200) 971) Germany, Iron Cross 1914, Cross of Honour 1914-18, ribbon bar with crossed swords. GVF. (3). (£80 - £100) 972) Germany, Second World War awards & medals (10), includes Iron Cross, 2nd class and Wound badge. AEF. (10). (£100 - £150) 973) Great British Regiments a 35-medal set, each 44-45 grammes of .925 silver by the Birmingham Mint, 28 with certificatews these detailing the famous battle sfought by the Regiments UNC to FDC some with green residue, this possibly removable with care, in the large and impressive wooden box of issue, accompanied by 33 cap badges for the respective Regiments (£450 - £650) 974) Imperial Service Medal Edward VII, first awarded in 1903, awarded to Alfred Bellenger VF with some dirt on the reverse of the ribbon, National Fire Brigade Long Service Medal, hallmarked in silver awarded to 2711 Walter Spragg along with Five Years and Twenty Years clasps NEF (£30 £60) 975) India (15) and Pakistan (17) campaign medals. Most post WW2 issues, all identified and most Indian medals officially named. A good selection. Generally VF or better. (32). (£300 - £400) 976) India General Service 1854, bar Burma 1885-7 (934 Sepoy Shah Sowar Khan, Mil. Police), engraved script, suspension repair. India General Service 1908, bar Burma 1930-32 (5101 Sep. Indar Singh 3-16 Punjab R.). India General Service 1936-39, bar North West Frontier 1936-37 (6046 Sepoy Shah Zad Gul II. F.C.), Tibet Medal 1903-4 no bar, bronze (36 Cooly Bhawa Bhuktu S & T Corps). Generally GVF. (4). (£200 - £300) 977) India General Service Medal, awarded to 522 Pte.J.H.Morton 2nd R.W Surrey Rgt. With 2 clasps BURMA 1885-7 and BURMA 1887-9 About EF (£200 - £300) 978) India Medal 1895 with two bars Punjab Frontier 1897-98 and Tirah 1897-98, First Gurkhas, 2nd Battalion awarded to Boy Naick Chalurdal Limbu, Gurkha Rifles, VF, along with World War I 1914-15 Casualty stars (2) awarded to 1425 Sepoy Diwan Singh 1/69 Punjabis GVF, killed in action at the Battle of Loos, France, 25/9/1915 and Nk.Jiwan Singh 53/Sikhs F.F. GVF. KIlled in action in Mespotamia 8/3/1916 (£150 - £200)

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979) India Medal awarded to 9470 Sgt. R.Huxstep 3rd Rifle Brigade with Punjab Frontier 1897-98 bar. GVF. Enlisted Canterbury 25/2/1888, discharge unfit 28/2/1899, died in Minster Workhouse, Kent, having served 10 Years in India. (£150 - £200) 980) Iraq Medal 2004, bar 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003 (25034233 Cpl. P.J. Whitew, RLC). EF. In card box of issue. (£200 - £300) 981) Irish Free State Police (GardaSiociochana) a 2-piece Belt Buckle, helmet badge and collar badge, the first two pre World War II with t in Siotchana (the Gaelic spelling), Ulster Constabulary and Irish Army Ordnance Corp cap badges (4) and a Guinness penknife, in good overall condition (£100 - £120) 982) Japan (7), 1894-1895 War Medal (Sino-Japanese War), dark bronze, in case. 1904-1905 War Medal (Japanese-Russian War), gilded bronze. 1914-1920 War Medal, dark bronze, in wooden case, World War I Victory Medal, Japanese issue, Showa Enthronement Medal 1928 (Emperor Hirohito), silver, Incident War Medal 1931-1934 (Manchuria), bronze, China Incident War Medal 1937, bronze, in case of issue. Generally EF or better. (). (£200 - £300) 983) Japan, Order of the Rising Sun (2), 7th Class (silver & enamel) ribbon stained, 8th Class, silver, in laquer box of issue. Order of the Sacred Treasure, 8th class, silver. Red Cross Membership Medals (2), silver. EF. (5). (£140 - £180) 984) King’s Own Scottish Borderers, India Campaign and South Africa Boer War trio comprising India Medal with bar Punjab frontier 1897-98 awarded to 3668 L/Cpl. J.Fawcett Good Fine, Queen’s South Africa Medal with three bars Cape Colony, Paardeberg and Johannesburg awarded to Cpl. J.Fawcett NVF, King’s South Africa Medal with two bars South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 awarded to Sergt. J. Fawcett NVF (£350 - £400) 985) Korea War Medals (5), British issue (P/JX 880328 F.W.Lawson A.B. R.N.), United Nations medals with Korea bar (3- English, French & Greek issues). South Korea, Korean War medal. Generally EF, three in card boxes of issue. (5). (£150 - £200) 986) Long Service Medal in 9 carat Gold, 25 Years Service, Lever Bros. shield shaped, in 9 carat gold 9.22 grammes titled on a blue enamel banner within the design EF (£120 - £150) 987) Mercantile Marine Medal awarded to Duncan MacQuarrie Mclean Able Seaman NVF, Able Seaman Mclean was killed in action off Cork, Ireland, 40 mile south of Ballycottin Light aboard S.S.Scottish Monarch 1/6/1915. The ship was hit by shells and was sunk. (£30 - £40) 988) Mercantile Marine War Medal awarded to William Albert Buckley, About EF. Lost in S.S.Empire Merlin as Able Seaman on 25/8/1940 (torpedoed by U-boat) (£30 - £40) 989) Middle East, assorted modern medals from Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria and U.A.E. Generally EF, two in cases of issue. (13). (£40 - £60) 990) Military Medal, George V issue, (50858 Gnr-A. Bmbr. P.

Clarkson R.F.A.) Polished & contact marks, AVF. Sold with research and copied service details. MM LG. 23. July 1919 for France. (£200 - £300) 991) Northumberland Fusiliers trio comprising Queen’s South Africa Medal with two bars Cape Colony and South Africa 1902, awarded to 3995 Pte.R.Rowe 127th Company of Imperial Yeomanry VF, 1914-15 Star awarded to 1211371 Corporal R.Rowe, EF, and World War I Medal also to Corporal R.Rowe NEF, Corporal Rowe died of wounds in France 30/9/1915 and is buried at Lapugnoy Military Cemetery I.C.22 (£180 - £200) 992) Order of The British Empire, M.B.E. 1st type breast badge, silver, in damaged civil division case. With a miniature. GVF. (2). (£120 - £140) 993) Queen’s South Africa 1899, two bars Cape Colony, Transvaal (6179 Pte. C. Nicholls Rifle Brigade), three bars Transvaal, South Africa 1901 & 1902 (5848 J. Moreton Hampshire Regt.)this with copied service paper. King’s South Africa 1902, two bars South Africa 1901 & 1902 (154 R.Sharpley Imp. Lt. Horse). AVF or better (3). (£200 - £300) 994) Queen’s South Africa Medal awarded to 3rd Class Trooper 2867 R.F.Bruce with two bars Orange Free State and Cape Colony. GVF. Enlisted 1/5/1901, Died Boskop 11/11/1901 of enteric fever. (£90 - £110) 995) Queen’s South Africa Medal with 3 bars, Cape Colony, Paardeberg and Johannesburg awarded to 20804 Dvr.W.J.Mercer, Royal Field Artillery, NEF. Comes with card stating that Dvr.Mercer died 20/6/1903 with 66 Battery (£120 - £150) 996) Queen’s South Africa Medal with 4 bars, South Africa 1901, Transvaal, Orange Free State and Cape Colony, awarded to 7269 Bugler R.W.Hall 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers. NEF. Enlisted London, declared unfit 27/7/1902 (£150 - £200) 997) R.A.O.B., silver & enamel medal (hallmarked 1894), shield with crown, 37mm wide, rev. engraved R.A.O.B. Presented to Primo. H. Saltmarsh, by the Nulli Secundus Lodge May 25th 1895”. R.A.O.B. Services Rendered Medal 1962, silver gilt & enamel. Masonic Jewel on neck cravat, Connaught Chapter 1926-27. GVF. Masonic Hospital Jewel silver (hallmarked 1941) in case. (4). (£40 - £60) 998) Royal Garrison Artillery a Boer War pair awarded to 71882 Gnr.H.W.Burr 14th Company Western Division comprising Queen’s South Africa Medal with Cape Colony bar, NEF and King’s South Africa Medal with two bars South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902. NEF. He served in the UK 1889-1896 and in South Africa 1899-1902. He was then discharged in 1902. (£120 - £150) 999) Royal Military Academy, Athletic Sports, First Prize Medal, silver, 37mm. GVF. (1). (£20 - £30) 1000) Royal Navy Long Service & Good Conduct Medals (3), George V issue (K.6120 W.S.Lavis S.P.O. H.M.S. Woolwich, this with service paper, 290908 William Halls Ldg. Sto. H.M.S. Diana), R.F.R. L.S. Medal, George V issue (SS. 3193 DEV. B.7964 S. Duncan A.B. R.F.R.) (£100 - £120)

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1001) Royal Navy, World War II and Malaya Campaign group of four awarded to D/JX 815073 S.V.HILL A.B.R.N, The 193945 Star, The Atlantic Star, World War II Medal and Naval General Service Medal with MALAYA bar NEF to GEF (£100 - £120) 1002) Royal Navy/Royal Fleet Reserve a casualty group of six to J.6047 A.Knowles (P.O 15106) A.B, R.N 1914/1915 Star, War and Victory medals, World War II and Defence Medal and a Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, Long Service Good Conduct Medal, with George VI scroll naming Able Seaman Knowles, GVF to EF, all in a glass frame: Able Seaman Knowles died aged 50 on 15/12/1943 (£250 - £300) 1003) Russia, Bravery Medal for Victory over the Swedes in Finnish Waters 1789, by T. Ivanov, silver, 40mm. 1812 War Medal, silver, Turkish War Medal 1828-1829. Good quality restrikes. GVF. (3). (£70 - £90) 1004) Russia, orders and medals (41) from 1913, mainly second world war and including Soviet awards. Contained in white folder. Generally GVF. (41). (£500 - £700) 1005) Scottish Regiments (3) World War I Medals (2) the first to 10234 Pte.J.Scott 2nd Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders, VF. Pte. Scott was killed in action in France 9/3/1915, (also entitled to 1914 Star and bar). He is buried at Ration Farm Military Cemetery, La Chapelle-Darmentieres VI. M.3, the second to 7220 Pte.D.Taylor 1st regiment of Scots Fusiliers, VF. Pte.Taylor was killed in action in France 13/11/1916. (also entitled to 1914 Star and bar). He is buried at Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 3C. 1914-15 Star awarded to 17560 Pte.W.Pilkington, 1st King’s Own Scottish Borderers EF. Pte. Pilkington was wounded in Gallipoli on 4/6/1915 and died of his wounds 7/6/1915 (£100 - £150)

1010) The Fellowship of Engineering, The Prince Philip Medal, for Exceptional Contribution to Engineering, awarded periodically to an engineer of any nationality who has made and exceptional contribution to engineering as a whole through practice, management or education. awarded to Professor Olgierd Zienkiewicz CBE FR.Eng FRS, a British academic of Polish descent, in 2006 in recognition of outstanding contribution spanning the wide field of mechanics and engineering. The medal is 76mm diameter and struck in .999 gold weighing 489.24 grammes, UNC and lustrous, in the large blue Royal Mint case with RA Eng logo in the lid of the case. Only awarded periodically, with just 17 recipients over a 25 year period. Professor Zienkiewicz, a mathematician and civil engineer, was a pioneer and widely regarded as the Father of the Finite Element Method, a powerful technique originally developed for numerical solution of complex problems in Structural Mechanics and has received 28 honorary degrees from different countries. Previous recipients include Air Commodore Sir Frank Whittle, inventor of the turbojet engine, in 1991, Ron Dennis, the head of the McLaren Formula 1 team during it’s world-beating period of success in the 1980s, who was awarded the medal in 2008, and Professor C.C.Chan who was awarded the medal in 2014 for his role in the development of electric vehicles as we know them today. As far as our research has shown this may be the first Price Philip Medal ever offered for sale. (£16,000 - £20,000)

1006) Second China War 1857, bar Canton 1857, unnamed as issued, stain to obverse otherwise VF. Africa General Service Elizabeth II issue bar Kenya (8222 P.C. Nzau Musyoki), Naval General Service Elizabeth II issue, bar Near East (C/KX. 914309R. D.Goodier A/L. M. (E). R.N.) file marks across last part of naming. Generally GVF or better (3). (£200 - £300) 1007) South Africa - Nelson Mandela honoured with the Nobel Peace Prize 1993 5oz. Bimetallic, 2oz. of .999 Gold and 3oz. of .999 Silver (issued 2012) minted by Norway Mint, FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,200) 1008) South Africa, John Chard Medal 1952, bronze, numbered 8844, in card box of issue. South African issue First World War Victory Medal (Pte. C.R.Erasmus 1st C.C.). Second World War: Africa Service Medal (2), (N22314 C. Khubeka, C.166366 Martin A.), South Africa medal for War Services, unnamed, with six other Republic medals. Nigeria (3), Rhodesia (3), Zaire (2). Good very fine. (19). (£180 - £220) 1009) Sussex Yeomanry Casualty World War I Medal to 2040 Private R.S.Paterson, SUSS.YEO, EF. Enlisted 7/10/1915 in Egypt, transferred Royal Engineers and died of wounds Royal Sussex Regiment 23/10/1918, with copy of service record, entitled to 1914/1915 Star and Victory Medals (£50 - £70)

1011) The South Africa Medal 1853 awarded to A.B.Morgan Surgn. 91st Regiment, Argylkl and Sutherland Highlanders, NEF with ribbon and boxed (£500 - £600)

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1012) United Nations and NATO medals (54) bronze, all identified. Kosovo medal in case of issue. GVF to EF. (53). (£200 - £300) 1013) USA, Purple Heart (Roberto Aguilarmason B. Clayburn), Navy Cross, unnamed, Air Force Cross, unnamed. These three in blue cases of issue Together with 30 assorted U.S. medals in white album. Generally GVF. (33). (£100 - £150) 1014) Vietnam, assorted Republic medals (11), together with awards from Thailand and N. Korea (2). GVF. (13). (£40 £60) 1015) World War I - Military Cross awarded to Captain J.Ramsay, Royal Flying Corps 1915, GEF boxed, Miniature Medal group (5) Military Cross, Queen’s South Africa Medal with three bars South Africa 1901, Transvaal and Cape Colony, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and World War I Victory Medal, Captain Ramsay was mentioned in dispatches London Gazette October 20 1914 ‘For untiring zeal and energy in performance of his duties’, awarded the Military Cross on January 1 1915, this being the first day that Military Crosses were awarded, with only three of the 99 awarded that day, only 3 were to the Royal Flying Corps, CAptain Ramsay was further mentioned in dispatches on January 1 1915 and January 1 1916, comes with accompanying paperwork, and copies of records of RAF Squadron No.211 and accompanying postcards of aircraft (£1,200 - £1,500) 1016) World War I (4) 1914-15 Star awarded to 14614 Pte.F.Hardy 7th Somerset Light Infantry, About EF, Pte.Hardy was killed in action in France 3/9/1916 and is buried at Guillemont Road Cemetery, Guillemont XIV. I.4, World War I Medals (3) the first awarded to 9665 Pte.C.H.Butler 1st Berkshire Regiment. NEF. He was killed in action in France 16/5/1915 and is buried at Rue-des-Berceaux Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L’Avoue II.F.4, (also entitled to the 1914 Star and bar). The second awarded to 28713 Pte.W.H.Cardew 2nd Light Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. NEF. Pte.Cardew was killed in action in France 5/12/1917 and is buried at Cambrai Memorial Louverval, Panel 7. The third awarded to 29947 Pte.E.G.Beer, 5th Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, NEF. Pte.Beer died of wounds in FRance 20/4/1918 and is buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez VIII.H.12 (£120 - £150) 1017) World War I (4) 1914-15 Stars (2) the first awarded to 2317 Pte.E.G.Burling (Lance Corporal on CWGC website) 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers. EF lacquered. He died of wounds in France 11/3/1915 and is buried at Wimereux Communal Cemetery I. D.21A, the second awarded to 1605 Pte. W.Armstrong, Durham Light Infantry. EF. Killed in action in Belgium 2/3/1916, he is buried at Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm) II B.24. World War I Medal awarded to 31633 Pte. F.Worthington, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. GVF. Died of wound in France 5/5/1918. He is buried at Arneke British Cemetery II. C.9. World War I Victory Medal awarded to 203155 Pte.J.Millership, South Staffordshire Regiment EF, Pte. Millership was wounded 31/7/1917, then killed in action with 1st and 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment 20/1/1918. He is buried at Oxford Road Cemetery V.K.15 (£120 - £150) 1018) World War I (5) World War I Medals (2) the first awarded

to 41468 Gnr.A Sale R.A. Z battery 5th Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, NEF, Gnr.Sale was killed in action in France 24/4/1917 and is buried at Bois-Carre British Cemetery, Thelus. I.D.7, (also entitled to the 1914 Star and bar), the second to 452308 Corpl W.W.Rowsell, GVF. He died Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyka Territory 10/1/1918, World War I Victory Medal awarded to 15463 Pte. H.Wilson 1st King’s Royal Rifle Corps (L/Cpl on CWGC website), a P.C. in the Hong Kong Police until 1915, he was killed in action at Dellvile Wood 27/7/1916, and is buried at Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 13A and 13B, 1914-15 Stars (2) the first awarded to 273229 Pte.E.Grant 2nd Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. NEF. He was present at the Battle of Tanga, German East Africa 4/11/1914, 8725 Pte.J.Friend 4th Royal Fusiliers, NEF, Pte.Friend was killed in action in France 3/12/1916 and is buried at Etaples Military Cenetery XX. D.14A, the 4th Battalion served on the Western Front at Mons and Le Cateau (£120 - £150) 1019) World War I 1914 Star awarded to 6588 Pte.W.McDermott 2nd Connaught Rangers. with copy ‘Mons’ clasp. NEF. Pte. McDermott was killed in action France on 14/9/1914, probably at the battle of Aisne where the battalion sustained heavy losses. The battalion was disbanded a short time later after suffering unsustainable losses. (£70 - £90) 1020) World War I 1914 Star with ‘Mons’ bar, awarded to 7926 Pte.T.Lewis 2nd.Welsh Regiment. NEF. Pte.Lewis died of wounds in Belgium 23/10/1914 (£50 - £70) 1021) World War I 1914 Star with ‘Mons’ bar, awarded to 9268 Sergt.J.W.Jones 2nd King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, NEF. Sergt. Jones saw action at Le Cateau, and was one of many taken Prisoner of War at Le Cateau. The rearguard action at the scene enabled the BEF to retreat from the German Army. (£80 - £100) 1022) World War I 1914-15 Star awarded to 10770 Pte.C.West 1st Essex Regiment. NEF. Killed in action Cape Helles, Gallipoli 6/8/1915. On August 6 1915 the 1st Essex and 88th Brigade were ordered ‘Over The Top’ at Cape Helles, sustaining heavy casualties including Pte.West. He is buried at Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery Sp.Mem.C.394 (£60 - £80) 1023) World War I 1914-15 Star awarded to 13/2454 Gunner D.W.Jones New Zealand Field Artillery. EF. Killed in action France 5/4/1918. Buried Bertrancourt Military Cemetery Plot 2, Row A, Grave 23 (£40 - £60) 1024) World War I 1914-15 Star awarded to 17207 Pte.F Robbins 20th Manchester Regiment. NEF. Wounded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1/7/1916, died of wounds in France 3/7/1916 buried Daours Communal Cemetery Extension II.B.6 (£80 - £100) 1025) World War I 1914-15 Star awarded to 3666 Driver W.J.Davies 2/F .A.BDE. A.I.F. 2nd Brigade of Australia Field Artillery. EF. Killed in action France, 21/8/1916. Buried Becourt Military Cemetery Becordel, Becourt (£60 - £80) 1026) World War I 1914-15 Star awarded to 5952 Gunner F.Coker, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. About EF. enlisted 23/9/1914 Valcatier, Canada as part of Canada’s

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25/4/1911, commisioned 3/12/1915 NEF. Killed in action Bourlon Wood 23/11/1917 on the first day of battle, buried Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, also entitled to 1914 Star and bar with 13th London Regiment (£60 - £80) 1036) World War I Medal awarded to 2nd Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery Officer G.H.Cramp, Siege Battery R.G.A. GVF. Died of wounds, Bolougne 18/11/1918, buried Terlincthun Cemetery, Wimille (£50 - £70) 1037) World War I Medal awarded to 30985 Pte.L.S.Hancock 1st Grenadier Guards. NEF. Pte.Hancock died of wounds in France 11/10/1918. He is buried at Carnier Communal Cemetery Extension I. A.6 (£50 - £70) 1038) World War I Medal awarded to 3665 Pte.A.Rhydwen, Welsh Guards, NEF. Pte.Rhydwen was killed in action in France 3/5/1918, Buried Bienvillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais XVII.C.9 (£50 - £70) 1039) World War I Medal awarded to 4474 Sepoy Kala Khan 58th Rifles. (58th Vaughan’s Rifles, Frontier Force) NEF. Killed in action, Palestine 14/4/1918. Buried Heliopolis (Port Tewfik) Memorial (£40 - £60) 1040) World War I Medal awarded to 4751 Pte.J.Dowling 1st Leinster Regiment VF. Pte.Dowling died of wounds in France 15/5/1915 and is buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery VIII. D.7. (£40 - £60) 1041) World War I Medal awarded to 784 Tpr.F.Higgins Household Battalion/formerly 3688 2nd Lifeguards, NEF. Trooper Higgins was killed in action in France 14/12/1917, days after the Battle of Bourlon Ridge. He is buried at Happy Valley British Cemetery, Fampoux C.12 (£60 - £80) 1042) World War I Medal awarded to 8841 Pte.A.Mawhenney 2nd Irish Guards (Mawhinney on CWGC website). EF. died 31/7/1917 buried Ypres, Menin Gate, Belgium (Panel 11) (£60 - £80) 1043) World War I Medal awarded to 8890 Pte.F.C.Brown 2nd Kings Own Royal Lancashire Regiment. NEF. Pte. Brown was born in Ahmednagar, India enlisted in Winchester, UK, and was killed in action 8/5/1915 at the second Battle of Ypres. This battle is the first recorded use of poison gas on the Western Front, and over 300 men were killed in the last German assault on Frezenberg, He is buried ay Ypres Menin Gate Memorial, Panel 12 (£50 - £70) 1044) World War I Medal awarded to Capt. J.M.Fonseca R.A.M.C, First Welsh Field Ambulance, 53rd Welsh Division, served in Gallipoli 1914. NEF. The 53rd Welsh Division landed at Sulva Bay 8/8/1915, with only three officers, and after 4 months became part of the Suez Canal Defence Force. (£80 - £100) 1045) World War I Medal awarded to D-9505 Pte.W.H.Allen 4th Dragoon Guards (Royal Irish). NEF. Killed in action, Battle for La Bassee 1/11/1914, buried Ypres Menin Gate Memorial Panel 3-5.Also entitled to 1914 Star and bar (£60 - £80) 1046) World War I Medal awarded to Driver M.Russell, 1st Regiment South African Field Artillery, NEF. Driver Russell was born in Scotland, enlisted in Johannesburg, South

Africa 28/5/1917 and died in Egypt 17/12/1918. He is buried at Kantara War Cemetery E.335 (£40 - £60) 1047) World War I Medal awarded to Frank Theaker, Master of the S.S.Flowergate, He died in the British Hospital , Buenos Aires 25/1/1926 GVF (£30 - £40) 1048) World War I Medal awarded to John Duncan, Second Engineer on S.S.Crispin, S.S.Crispin was torpedoed 14 miles south of Hook Point, County Wexford on 29/3/1917, when Second Engineer Duncan was killed along with four others in the Engine Room. He is buried at Tower Hill Memorial (£30 - £40) 1049) World War I Medal awarded to Joseph H.Cooper, 1st Engineer on S.S.Rosario, VF. S.S.Rosario was torpedoed South West of Ireland 18/8/1917 when 1st Engineer Cooper was drowned (£30 - £40) 1050) World War I Medal awarded to W-2943 Driver. J.Thomas R.A Royal Field Artillery, 38th Trench Mortar Battery, EF. Died of wounds France 30/3/1918, buried Mervill Communal Cemetery Extension III. C.19, London Gazette entry for Military Medal on 26/5/1917 (£80 - £100) 1051) World War I Medals (2) Scottish Regiments: awarded respectively to 5087 Pte.D.Horn 1st Scots Guards. NEF. Pte. Horn was killed in action in France 25/1/1915 and is buried at Arras Road Cemetery, Roclincourt II. K.12, and 13103 Pte.D.Douglas 2nd Coldstream Guards. NEF. Pte. Douglas was killed in action in France 30/11/1917 and is buried at Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Panel 2 (£80 - £100) 1052) World War I Medals (3) the first awarded to 7403 Pte.J.Watkins 2nd South Lancashire Regiment VF. Killed in action France 24/10/1914. He is buried at Le Touret Memorial. Panel 23. the second awarded to 7759 Pte.G.M.Fairfax 1st East Yorkshire Regiment, GVF. Killed in action France 24/3/1915, He is buried at Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension II. E.22, the third awarded to 4986 Sergt. C.Atkinson 2nd York and Lancaster Regiment. He was killed in action in France 21/3/1918. He is buried at Arras Memorial Bay 8. 1914-15 Star awarded to 4030 Pte.W.Murray 11th Lancashire Fusiliers. EF. Killed in action in France 25/9/1917, he is buried at Arras Memorial Bay 5. (£120 - £150) 1053) World War I pair awarded to 2550 Rfmn.Nawab Din 1at.125th Rifles (Napier’s Rifles) 1914-15 Star and World War I Victory medal. VF to GVF. Rfmn. Din was killed in action in Givenchy, France 20/12/1914, He is buried at Meerut Military Cemetery, St.Martin-les-Boulognei. A. 18. The heavy casualties suffered in the Battle of Givenchy caused a temporary ceasefire which led to the Christmas truce of 1914. (£70 - £90) 1054) World War I to Commonwealth troops (4) World War I Medals (2) the first awarded to 1928 Dvr. Piran Ditta R.A. GVF. Killed in action in Mespotamia 1-31 Oct. 1916, the second awarded to Pte. N.CF.Fredericks. 1st Cape Corps. NVF. Pte. Fredericks was washed overboard off H.M.S.Tuna in the Indian Ocean 11/7/1917. 1914-15 Stars (2) the first awarded to Pte. A.P.Stock Machine Gun Detachment. NEF. Pte. Stock was discharged unfit ex- East Africa 30/10/1917, he died 19/11/1925, the second awarded to Sgt.F.V.Harris 11th Mounted Rifles (Patchefstroom Ruiters, a part of

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South Africa’s Active Citizen Force.) EF. Sgt. Hariis was awarded this for service in German S.W.Africa. Wounded East Africa April 1916 and died of malaria 29/1/1917 as Sergt.Major. (£100 - £120) 1055) World War I to Welsh Regiments (4) 1914-15 Star awarded to 19532 Pte.W.Roberts 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. EF. Pte. Roberts was killed in action in France 3/9/1916 and is buried at Thiepval Memorial. Pier and Face 4A, World War I Medals (3) the first awarded to 11085 Pte.G.Jones, South Wales Borderers, NEF. Pte.Jones died of wounds in Alexandria, Egypt, 5/7/1915 after evacuation from Gallopoli, and is buried at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetary L.10. the second awarded to 8717 Pte.D.J.Evans, 2nd Welsh Regiment NEF, Pte.Evans was killed in action 4/5/1915 and is buried at Le Toueret Memorial Panels 23 and 24. the third to 9348 Pte.C.Lewis 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers.GVF. He died of heart failure in Calais, France on 9/12/1914, and is buried at Ploegdteert Memorial Panel 5. (All were entitled to the 1914 star and Mons clasp) (£120 - £150) 1056) World War I Victory Medal awarded to 5-2688 Pte. J.H.Boardman 1st Royal Irish Rifles. VF. Killed in action during the Battle of the Somme (Battle for Ancre Heights) 23/10/1916, buried Somme, Thiepval Memorial Pier and face 15A and 15B (£50 - £70) 1057) World War I Victory Medals to two brothers (2) the first awarded to 10990 Pte.H.Cuthbertson 2nd. Scots Guards, GEF. Pte Cuthbertson died of wounds Neuve Chapelle, March 1915, the second awarded to 243077 Gnr.A.L.Cuthbertson, D.Battery 44 Brigade (Howitzers) R.F.A, (listed as Signaller on the CWGC website) GEF. Killed in action in Belgium 2/11/1918, and is buried at Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension V. K.10 (£60 - £80) 1058) World War II - group of 7 awarded to S.D.Dix, Distinguished Service Medal, 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star, Pacific Star, World War II medal and Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Medal, PS Sandown, this award could possibly be from Dunkirk as the PS Sandown was one of the Ryde to Portmouth ‘s original Ferries, with accompanying paperwork describing the PS Sandown, and accompanying postcards of the Sandown and the Recipient with family (£1,200 - £1,500)

showing Army Notice of Discharge from Psychoneurosis in March 1946, Soldier’s Service and Paybook, and Regular Army Service Book showing elistment in the Wiltshire Regiment in 1937, BEF in France Sptember 1939 until the Dunkirk Evacuation 31st May 1940, transfer to RAC in 1941, North Africa 1942, transfer to REME until discharge in 1946 (£200 - £250) 1062) World War II group of five to Australian Infantryman WX901 Pte.E.Millet 1939-45 Medal, Defence Medal, Australia Service Medal, 1939-45 Star and Africa Star. NEF to EF. Pte. Millet was killed in action at the Battle of Crete (second day) 21/5/1941, Pte.Millet took part in Wavell’s first desert campaign in December 1940/Feb 1941,and in the Battle of Bardia before helping to capture Tobruk. He is buried at Suda Bay War Cemetery 5.C.15. (£200 - £250) 1063) World War II, New Zealand Infantry a casualty group of five, comprising 1939/45 Star, Africa Star, 1939/1945 War Medal, New Zealand War Service Medal and New Zealand Memorial Cross, all privately engraved, EF. Awarded to 9179 L/Cpl G.W.Wheeler, killed in action by a stuka raid on the New Zealand Division Greece 27/4/1941 (£120 - £150)

Miscellaneous Items (lots 1064-1113 ) 1064) A mixed group with two sterling silver items being a small bowl, and jug 255 grams total weight hallmarked .925, s platinum ring 2 grams, and some late 20th century coins from circulation (£100 - £300) 1065) A Silver gilt necklace with One Rouble 1875 CПБ and eleven 20 Kopeks coins 1876 (10) and 1870 VF to EF gilded (£60 - £100) 1066) A Smuggler’s box made out of a Twopence 1797 NVF (£75 - £100) 1067) Accessories: Albums, some with pages, and Sandhill cases (small lot) (£0 - £20) 1068) Books - Numismatic Books (15) includes some useful titles including ‘The Coinage of Ancient Britain’ by R.P.Mack, ‘Roman Coins and their Values’ by D.R.Sear 1964, Spink Coins of England Decimal Issues 2016, ‘Byzantine Coins and their Values’ by Seaby 1974, ‘English Silver Coinage from 1649’ Seaby/Rayner 1957, also includes publications on Chinese and Greek Coins, and 19th Century Silver Tokens, all in good second-hand condition (£15 - £20)

1059) World War II a group of five , War Medal, Africa Star, 193945 Star, Italy Star, and Africa Service Medal awarded to 8068 Bombr.J.H.Duncan, South African Artillery, EF. Bombr. Duncan enlisted 10/10/1940, was sent to Egypt with Pretoria Regiment in April 1943, to 22nd Field Regiment, May 1943, to Italy in May 1944, and hospitalised, cause unknown, May 1944, and evacuated to South Africa . He was discharged on 2/1/1947. (£70 - £90)

1069) Cases for Proof Sets (2) 1902 Long Set, 1927 6-coin silver set, also a Maundy Set case red rectangular undated, all in fair condition (£0 - £20)

1060) World War II Defence Medal, World War II War Medal, and St.John’s Ambulance medal all mounted on a bar with ribbons EF (£45 - £55)

1070) Charles II Touch piece replica in gold, by Johnson Matthey 1973, 2.36 grammes of 18 carat gold UNC lightly toned (£25 - £50)

1061) World War II Dunkirk Evacuation group of nine to Craftsman W.A.Bassett, Wiltshire Regiment, 1939/45 Star, Defence and War Medals, Africa Star with 8th Army clasp, France and Germany Star, Dunkirk Medal, Somme 1940 Medal, Veteran’s Cross and European Allied Combatant’s Medal, NEF to GEF all with certificates, War Pension Papers

1071) Coin Cabinet Professionally made by Peter Nichols of St. Leonards ‘Crozier Classic’ 330mm x 330mm x 185mm, 14 trays, with all felts, lockable with key, in excellent secondhand condition, along with Crowns (4) 1889 VG, 1891 VG, 1935 GVF, 1937 NEF, and Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 NVF, the cabinet alone cost over £240 new (£75 - £150)

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1072) Coin Scales, Weights, Badges, Coin holders and other paranumismatic items (lot) in mixed condition (£100 £120) 1073) Coin weighing scale in a wooden box along with three coin weights, a silvered plaque 115mm diameter showing a battle scene, beyond, a view of a town, along with World coins, Medals and tokens with many modern issues, and some China Ching dynasty and other cash coins in mixed grades (lot) (£75 - £150) 1074) Coin Weights (12) includes some more unusual denominations, in mixed grades to NEF (£100 - £150) 1075) Coin Weights (22) a wide ranging group George III to Victoria includes Guinea, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, and Thirty-Six-Shilling types, in mixed grades some with lustre (£200 - £300) 1076) Coin Weights (4) Guinea William III VG or better, Sovereign 1821 Royal Mint Good Fine, Half Sovereign 1821 Royal Mint NVF, Netherlands 1749 Ducat Weight Obverse Knight facing right, holds a bundle of arrows, Reverse: a lion facing right, on a plinth, C D below EF (£55 - £75) 1077) Coin Weights (5) Portrait types (4) Guineas (2) William III undated, George III 1775 with Crown countermark, Half Guineas (2) William III undated, George II undated, and Ireland George II 1760 VF to NEF an interesting group (£100 - £200) 1078) Coin Weights from an old overseas collection, James I and Charles I (11) include Unite, Angel and Crown types, one on a square flan (Klippe-style) in mixed grades NVF to EF, a pleasing group (£300 - £400) 1079) Countermarked (2) Penny 1797 countermarked IB, VG, Ireland Halfpenny token 1792 Camac countermarked -PDE (first letter weak and illegible) Fine (£25 - £75) 1080) Countermarked coppers (174) an impressive variety of many different themes (£400 - £600) 1081) Countermarked Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A countermark appears to be a crown over lettering or numbers, countermark and host coin both Fair, unusual (£150 - £175) 1082) Countermarked items in silver (9) Halfcrowns to Sixpences William III to Victoria I nmixed grades, a couple holed (£70 - £100) 1083) Electrotype Charles I Shilling Pontefract besieged octagonal, reverse uniface, type as S.3150/3151 VF (£100 - £200) 1084) Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits (21, one holed) George II (4), George III (12), George III Irish (5) , Evasions George III (2), Poor to VG (£80 - £100) 1085) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Fiji Penny 1965, with Off-centre hole punch, the hole mis-placed by around 2mm, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£100 - £150)

1086) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Florin Elizabeth II Obverse Brockage GEF and highly unusual (£75 - £125) 1087) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfcrown 1874 a small area of the lower field in an arc around the date area on the obverse is raised, this area shows an extra incuse section of rim teeth VG unusual (£70 - £90) 1088) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny 1723 the reverse showing two completely separate dates, one beneath the other, the obverse with double striking to the GIVS of GEORGIVS the striking around 2.5mm apart at it’s furthest point VG the obverse with some corrosion, very unusual (£55 - £75) 1089) Mint Error - Mis-strike India 2 Rupees 2003 struck off-centre with a raised lip around about a third of the coin NEF (£40 - £60) 1090) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Nigeria Shilling 1959 KM#5 struck without a collar, on a larger 24mm diameter flan, interestingly the coin still has the security edge, EF/AU (£60 - £80) 1091) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Halfpenny 1730 struck on a large, spread flan (very similar in appearance to the 1732 example in Peck plate 14, no. 844, but dated 1730) Fine with attempted holing, GB Penny 1962 on a thin flan and weighing 5.89 grammes, along with Australia Penny 1964 with edge damage this possibly after minting VF (£60 - £80) 1092) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Sixpence 1967 struck off-centre and with around 2mm blank flan A/UNC, Decimal Ten Pence 1970 with a planchet clip between the I and second E of ELIZABRTH VF (£25 - £75) 1093) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Sixpence 1967 struck offcentre with around 1mm blank flan and a raised lip, also with a planchet clip, EF, Decimal Ten Pence 1969 a partial planchet clip across part of the thickness of the coin which has affected the reverse only, the edge with milling struck across half it’s width, AEF and unusual (£50 - £80) 1094) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (3) Brass Threepences (2) 1942 Fine with a band of lamination across the reverse, 1943 About Fine with a large area of lamination over GEOR and part of the King’s neck, Farthing 1952 Good Fine this with a higher raised rim, all are unusual (£25 - £75) 1095) Mint Errors - Mis-strikes (8) USA (2) Five Cents 1883 with IN GOD WE TRUST and FIVE CENTS weak or partially missing About UNC, Dime 1862S with die axis misaligned by around 45 degrees VG GB (6) Small Planchet clips (5) Decimal Ten Pence 1969 NEF and Sixpences (4) 1961, 1967 (3) VF to EF, and Decimal Halfpenny Obverse struck normally, the reverse almost blank with a trace of reversed Queen’s portrait, slightly off-centre with raised lip UNC (£110 £130) 1096) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Decimal One Penny with copper plating missing (removed?) Fine, Decimal One Pound struck on a One Penny planchet, mostly worn, Poor, Penny 1879 with the E of ONE worn (removed?) VG, Penny 1889 on a smaller sized flan (machined?) along with a normal example for comparison Poor and VG, One Cent Canada 1943 appears coated or dipped with the weight the same as a standard coin, Fine (£70 - £80)

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1097) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Farthings (2) 1723 struck slightly off-centre, Fine and bold, 1736 the 1 of the date won or missing Fine (£80 - £100)

original black case (now opened) has “IF FOUND RETURN TO COMNAVAIRLANT (CNAL 34) NORFOLK VIRGINIA” on the front. Fascinating piece of WW II military history and seldom offered, certainly the first we have seen (£2,000 £3,000)

1098) Paranumismatic but generally earlier material such as George III Halfpennies contemporary forgeries, Coin Weights and more (lot) (£250 - £350) 1099) Proof Set boxes (3) each for the 1937 4-coin gold set, in good used condition (£40 - £60) 1100) Royal Mint Trial Piece One Pound 2015 12-sided Bimetallic issue, Reverse with crowned shield on inner section , and THE ROYAL MINT and TRIAL PIECE in the outer section EF with some contact marks (£100 - £120) 1101) Spink Numismatic Circulars (9 Volumes) in the red hardback volumes Late 19th and early 20th Century editions (£110 - £140) 1102) Stamps - The Victoria Five Pound Orange 1883 UNC in a Westminster folder with certificate, Very Rae, and an extremely high denomination stamp for the Victorian era (£500 - £800) 1103) Stamps - The World’s Most Famous Stamps the Joyce Grenfell Error 1998 the 30p error stamp, only 35 example believed to exist, and the regular 37p stamp UNC in a Westminster folder with certificate (£400 - £800) 1104) Stamps - Two Pence Blue (2) on an 1840 Victorian Letter, in a Westminster folder with certificate (£50 - £100) 1105) Stamps (around £220 face value) includes many First and Second Class (£130 - £150) 1106) Stamps, stated by the vendor to be £500 face value, values up to £10 (£300 - £350) 1107) Stamps, stated by the vendor to be £500 face value, values up to 27p (£250 - £300) 1108) Stamps, stated by the vendor to be £503 face value, values up to 63p (£300 - £350) 1109) The Royal Society of St. George in silver, by Spencer of London, enamelled in 4 colours, with ribbon and pin, boxed, as part of a group of cases for Proof Sets, medals and more a wide selection includes 1902 Long set boxes (3), a 1937 Proof Set box and a dated red 1899 Maundy Set box, all in good condition, a useful lot (£100 - £150)

1112) Waterloo Salver, 225mm diameter in silver issue by the Royal Mint, by the silversmith Christopher Lawrence, UNC, limited Edition number 41 of 150 issued, in the large blue case of issue, no certificate, we note these quoted at up to £745 on internet sites (£250 - £350) 1113) Wrist watches (4) by Sekonda, Citizen , Seiko and Curren, Mother of Pearl Tokens (3) as part of a group of Paranumismatic items (25) a varied selection in a tin with a lid bearing the design of a Bun Penny (£20 - £50)

World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1114-1315) 1114) Argentina Provincias Del Rio De La Plata 4 Soles 1815 PTS FL Potosi Mint KM#13 Toned NVF/GF, seldom seen, we note Krause lists at $1500 VF for this rare one year type (£360 - £420)

1110) Toy Money (42) Crowns to Fractional Farthings a varied selection, includes examples by Moore and Lauer, in mixed grades, along with Gaming tokens Spade Guinea types Guineas (2), Half Guineas (10) in mixed grades (£45 - £55) 1111) USA World War II Escape and Evasion Kit “Barter Kit” containing GB Sovereign 1927 SA, Half Sovereign 1873 and 1902, France 20 Francs 1907 and 10 Francs 1857 mixed grades along with 3 x 9 carat gold rings. These sets were issued to US pilots and paratroopers to barter their way out of difficult situations that they may have found themselves in behind enemy lines during World War II. This

1115) Australia $100 Gold One Ounce 2000 Chinese Year of the Dragon KM#528 UNC (£800 - £1,100)

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1118) Australia Kangaroo $100 Gold One Ounce 1997 KM#342 UNC (£800 - £1,100)

1116) Australia Florin 1934-1935 Centenary of Victoria and Melbourne KM#33 EF with small flecks of toning (£275 £325) 1117) Australia Half Penny 1942 I the rare Bombay Proof choice FDC and graded PR63RB a seldom offered rarity (£6,000 £8,000)

1119) Australia Sovereign 1855 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 360 Good Fine, rare in all grades, whilst South Australia solved its mid 19th century currency shortage by issuing the Adelaide Pound without London’s approval Victoria and New South Wales requested the creation of a branch of the Royal Mint which opened in 1855 using part of Sydney Hospital. The first coins were struck in that year, including the coin offered here. Marsh 360 Good Fine, rare in all grades (£2,000 - £3,000)

1120) Australia Sovereign 1867 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 372 GVF/NEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£275 £425) 1121) Australia Sovereign 1870 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 375 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£1,000 - £1,200) 1122) Austria Double Thaler Ferdinand II. 1619-1637, Joachimsthal.Reichstaler 1624 FERDINANDVS II. DG - R. - IM . S. A. G. H . BO. REX : AVST. DVX - BVRG. MAR. MOR. 1624 Crowned double eagle with shield of Bohemia. Dav. 3141. approaching VF with an old tone (£150 - £300)

1123) Austria Thaler 1767 Maria Theresa KM#1839 VF/GVF the obverse with signs of cleaning (£150 - £200) 1124) Barbados Ten Dollars 1995 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother - Lady of the Century - Engagement portrait 1923 KM#60 Gold Proof nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance (£125 - £175) 1125) Belgium 2 Francs 1904 French Legend, DES BELGES KM#58.1 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£300 £500)

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1126) Bolivia 8 Reales Cob, undated (16th to 17th Century), PB mint and assay mark, assayer Hernando Ballesteros, 26.222 grammes, VF and even, on a good round flan (£400 - £500)

1136) Canada Dollar 1953 With shoulder strap, flat rim, KM#54 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, stated by the vendor to possibly be a specimen striking (£200 - £250) 1127) British Honduras One Cent 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 nFDC with light contact marks, lightly toned retaining much original colour (£160 - £200)

1137) Canada Fifty Dollars 2016 One Ounce Platinum Proof with the Maple leaf Privy Mark with 16 in the centre nFDC (£650 - £800)

1128) British Honduras One Cent 1961 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 nFDC with some toning on the reverse, retaining much original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1129) British North Borneo One Cent 1907H KM#2 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 BN (£250 - £300) 1138) Canada Fifty Dollars 2016 One Ounce Platinum Proof with the Maple leaf Privy Mark with 16 in the centre nFDC (£650 - £800)

1130) British West Africa Trial Pieces (2) Shilling 1952 Trial struck in chromed steel, Obverse with TRIAL written vertically to the left of the King’s face, Reverse with TRIAL written horizontally above the 52 of the date, 5.00 grammes, Format 326 NEF with minor contact marks, Rare. Shilling George VI undated the obverse and reverse designs largely obliterated by three concentric circles, enough traces remain to show that this was originally the same type as the previous coin, edge 5.05 grammes GVF (£200 - £400) 1131) Canada - Nova Scotia Halfpenny Token 1856 NS-5A1 BR876 KM#5 UNC with lustre, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 BN (£100 - £200)

1139) Ceylon a 6-coin set 1963 VIP Proofs/Proofs of record 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 and 1 Cent KM#127 for type, nFDC to FDC and brilliant, we note that Krause does not list any of these pieces as Proofs so clearly issued in very small numbers (£1,800 - £2,200)

1132) Canada 10 Cents 1915 KM#23 GEF/AU and attractively toned, scarce in this grade (£110 - £140) 1133) Canada 25 Cents 1892 KM#5 GVF/NEF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£110 - £140) 1134) Canada 5 Cents 1920 KM#22a UNC and choice, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£150 - £200) 1135) Canada Dollar 1948 KM#46 UNC or very near so and lustrous with a pleasing residual golden tone, a most pleasing example with plenty of eye appeal. Very rare with a very low mintage of 18,780, the key date in this series, we note that this is only the second example we have offered in 15 years, and considerably superior to the example sold in our Auction A156 described as ‘EF/About EF and lustrous which realised £500 (£500 - £1,000)

1140) China - Taiwan 2000 Yuan 1981 Chiang Ki-Shek Gold Proof, weight 30.98 grammes, unlisted by Krause or Friedberg UNC with minor hairlines retaining much original mint lustre (£650 - £750) 1141) China 100 Yuan 1995 Gold Panda - Panda eating Bamboo KM#719 UNC and lustrous with some hairlines (£1,100 £1,500)

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1151) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 1 Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 nFDC with minor contact marks, lightly toning (£160 - £200) 1152) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#3 nFDC with minor contact marks, with some toning, retaining much original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1142) China 500 Yuan 2002 Gold Panda KM#1460 Lustrous UNC, lightly toning on the obverse (£800 - £1,200)

1143) China Gold Panda 1987 Sino-American Friendship, New Orleans, Gold One Ounce Proof nFDC with a few very minor contact marks (£1,100 - £1,500)

1153) Egypt 20 Piastre 1923H KM#338 in a PCGS holder ‘Cleaned - UNC details’ (£250 - £300)

1154) Egypt 20 Piastres 1917 AH1335 KM#321 Lustrous UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£125 - £150) 1155) Egypt 20 Piastres 1938 AH1357 KM#370 UNC (£180 - £200) 1156) El Salvador Centavo 1892 KM#108 UNC toned in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN (£110 - £140)

1144) Costa Rica (3) Two Reales undated (1816-1820) Countermarked on a George III Shilling KM#93 Good Fine, host coin Good, Escudo undated (1849-1857) countermarked on Central American Republic Escudo 1848 CR JB KM#84 Countermark Fine, host coin VG, Real undated countermarked on Central American Republic Real 1831E KM#72 NVG holed (£200 - £250) 1145) Cuba (2) 5 Centavos 1916 KM#11.1 UNC with some flecks of toning, 1 Centavo 1916 KM#9.1 with some residue in the legends (£110 - £140) 1146) Cuba (3) 20 Centavos 1920 KM#13.2 UNC or very near so with touches of golden toning, 10 Centavos (2) 1915 KM#A12 UNC with minor contact marks, 1920 KM#A12 About UNC with pleasing tone (£200 - £250) 1147) Cyprus One Piastre 1879 Good Fine with an edge bruise and some surface residue (£120 - £150) 1148) Danish West Indies (2) 20 Skilling 1840 KM#17 VG/Fine, 10 Cents 1859 KM#66, NEF toned (£120 - £150)

1157) France 10 Centimes 1848 Copper Essai Piefort 30mm diameter by E.Rogat, Obverse Head left, helmeted in Roman style, REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE, Reverse DIX CENTIMES 1848 within a wreath, LIBERTE EGALITE FRATERNITE, edge MONETAIRE + PIEFORT + CONCOURS + UNC, struck on a 6mm thick flan and weighing 39.16 grammes, unlisted by Krause in either the Standard catalogue or Unusual World Coins catalogue (£110 - £140) 1158) France 20 Francs Gold 1910 KM#857 UNC with practically full lustre (£160 - £220) 1159) France 5 Francs 1851A KM#761.1, Gad-719, Lustrous UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£160 - £200) 1160) France Ecu (2) 1709 Rennes Mint, mintmark 9 KM#386.23 Fine, 1711L Bayonne Mint KM#386.10 VG/Fine, both with some adjustment lines (£120 - £150) 1161) France One Franc 1831 Pretender Coinage Pattern depicting Henry V King of France, X#28.1, Maz-911, Obverse bust left, uniformed, HENRY V ROI DE FRANCE, Reverse as the previous currency reverse, but with a Lis mintmark either side of the date, in a PCGS holder and graded SP63 (£200 - £300)

1149) Denmark 5 Ore 1874 (h)CS KM#794.21 UNC, the reverse with a colourful tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN (£200 - £300)

1162) France Quarter Franc 1833 Henry V Pretender Coinage X#22 UNC with attractive old toning (£140 - £180)

1150) Dominican Republic Franco 1891A KM#11 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks (£220 - £260)

1163) French Indo-China 20 Cents 1900A KM#10, Lec-202 Lustrous UNC and choice, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£160 - £200)

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1164) French Indo-China 5 Cents 1938 KM#18, Lec 119 CuproNickel Choice UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS66 (£100 - £120) 1165) German Atates - Schaumburg-Lippe Thaler 1865B KM#47 Lustrous UNC with prooflike fields and hints of golden tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£200 - £300) 1166) German East Africa Rupie 1890 KM#2 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS64 (£260 - £320)

1167) German States - Bavaria Thaler 1803CD KM#664 Fine (£120 - £150) 1168) German States - Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel 24 Mariengroschen 1834 CVC KM#1124 UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£180 - £220) 1169) German States - Frankfurt 2 Thaler 1861 KM#365 EF toned (£225 - £350)

1175) German States - Prussia 5 Marks 1913A Wilhelm II KM#536, J-114 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£175 - £225)

1170) German States - Frankfurt Am Main Gulden 1841 KM#316 Lustrous UNC and choice, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64+, the finest known example on the PCGS Population Report (£175 - £250)

1176) German States - Saxe-Altenburg Thaler 1625 Four Brothers WA KM#301 Good Fine with some scratches in the obverse field (£150 - £200)

1171) German States - Frankfurt-Am-Main 2 Thaler (3 1/2 Gulden) 1862 KM365 EF with minor contact marks (£175 - £225)

1177) German States - Saxe-Old-Gotha Thaler 1608WA KM#5 Fine (£150 - £200)

1172) German States - Lubeck 2 Marks 1911A KM#212 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£140 - £180)

1178) German States - Saxony Albertine Thaler 1574HB MB#208 VF with light evidence of tooling in the fields (£250 - £300)

1173) German States - Lubeck 3 Marks 1912A KM#215 UNC with practically full lustre, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£200 - £300)

1179) German States - Saxony-Albertine Thaler 1588HB MB#251 Fine (£150 - £200) 1180) German States - Schwarzenburg-Sondershausen (2) 3 Marks 1909A Death of Karl Gunther KM#154, A/UNC and attractively toned with minor rim nicks, 2 Marks 1905 KM#152 25th Anniversary of Karl Gunther’s Reign A/UNC with grey and gold toning (£300 - £400)

1174) German States - Munster 1 1/4 Thaler (Shau) 1648EK Peace of Westphalia KM#49 in a large PCGS holder and graded ‘Mount Removed - XF details’, we note Krause lists this coin at $1500 in XF (£100 - £300)

1181) Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks (2) 1957J Centenary of the Death of Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff, Poet KM#117 UNC or near so, the reverse with a pleasing underlying pastel tone, 1964 150th Anniversary of the Death of Johann Gottlieb Fichte KM#118.1 UNC and lustrous with some flecks of toning (£120 - £160) 1182) Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks 1955F 150th Anniversary of the Death of Friedrich von Schiller KM#114 Lustrous GEF/AU with some small rim nicks (£100 - £120) 1183) Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks 1955G 300th Anniversary of the Birth of Ludwig von Baden KM#115 UNC or near so and lustrous (£120 - £160)

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1184) Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks 1955G 300th Anniversary of the Birth of Lugwig von Baden KM#115 UNC or near so with minor hairlines (£130 - £160) 1185) Germany - Weimar Republic 1929E 5 Reichsmarks 1000th Anniversary of Meissen KM#66 NVF (£160 - £200) 1186) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1927A 400th Anniversary of the Philipps University in Marburg KM#53, J-330 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of toning, in a PCGS holder and graded MS66, priced at $450 by Krause for MS63, unpriced in higher grade (£300 - £400)

1194) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1925D 1000th Year of the Rhineland KM#47, J-322 UNC with an attractive light tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64+ (£450 £550)

1187) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1927A 400th Anniversary of the Philipps university in Marburg KM#53, J-330 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£225 - £275) 1188) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1930A Zeppelin KM#67, J-342 Choice UNC and attractively toned on the reverse, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65+ (£150 - £200)

1195) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1929A KM#56 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£450 - £550)

1189) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1930A Zeppelin KM#67, J-342 Lustrous UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£140 - £180) 1190) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1927A 100th Anniversary of Bremerhaven KM#50 UNC with minor cabinet friction, the legends with golden tone (£120 - £160) 1191) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1927A Philipps University in Marburg KM#53 Lustrous UNC with a few tiny rim nicks (£100 - £150)

1196) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1931A KM#56 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£300 - £400)

1192) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1925D 1000th Year of the Rhineland KM#47, J-322 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£400 - £500)

1197) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1931A KM#56 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£400 - £500)

1193) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1925A 1000th Year of the Rhineland KM#47, J-322 UNC with a hint of underlying pastel toning, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£400 - £500)

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1198) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1932A KM#56 Choice UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS65, a very high grade for this series, the finest recorded by PCGS is MS66 (£450 - £550)

1199) Germany - Weimer Republic 3 Marks 1930F 700th Anniversary of the Death of Walther Von Der Vogelweide KM#69 UNC and choice, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65+ (£150 - £200) 1200) Germany 10 Pfennigs 1902G KM#12 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£200 - £250)

1207) Gold Coast Half Ackey 1818 KM#8 NVF toned, we note this is only the second example we have offered in 15 years, the other being in Auction A153 5/6/2016 which was described as ‘Good Fine and bold’ and realised £300 (£275 - £325)

1208) Guatemala 8 Reales 1821 NG M KM#69 EF or better attractively toned with underlying lustre, a pleasing example with much eye appeal (£100 - £120) 1209) Hungary Thaler 1696KB KM#214.6 Dav.3623 Fine (£150 £200) 1210) Hungary Thaler 1698KB KM#214.8 Dav.3264 NEF (£260 £320)

1201) Germany 10 Pfennigs 1905F KM#12 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£125 - £150) 1202) Germany 50 Pfennigs 1877F Large Eagle (type I) KM#6 Choice UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS66, the finest known of only two examples recorded by the PCGS Population Report (£200 - £400)

1203) Germany 50 Pfennigs 1896A KM#15 soft lustre over underlying tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£200 - £300)

1204) Germany One Mark 1901E KM#14 UNC and lustrous with golden tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£150 £200) 1205) Germany One Mark 1903D KM#14 UNC and lustrous with gold toning, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£120 £150) 1206) Germany Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1931A KM#56 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£320 - £360)

1211) India - Bombay Presidency Pattern Rupee 1678 KM#Pn2, Pridmore 20, struck in silver at the Tower Mint, Obverse: THE RVPEE OF BOMBAIM in three lines, with two roses below, [BY] AUTHORITY OF [CHARLES THE] SECOND, Reverse: Crowned British Shield [KINGE. OF. GREAT. BRITAINE. ] FRANCE . AND. IREL [AND] 5.76 grammes, Fine on a wavy flan, struck off-centre, Very Rare. We refer to Pridmore Auction October 1982, Lots 450 and 451, this example with more similar striking and flan positioning to Lot 451, we also note a silver example in the British Museum with larger roses, and weighing 10.83 grammes, only a handful of examples known in silver, we also note examples are known struck in pewter, a pewter example selling at Baldwins in 2009 for £10,552 inclusive of buyers premium (£2,000 - £4,000)

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1222) Isle of Man Penny 1786 milled edge without pellet S7413 Unc or near so with a trace of lustre by far the best example we have offered (£100 - £200) 1223) Italian States - Piedmont Republic 5 Francs L’An 10 (1801) C#4 NVF (£150 - £200)

1212) India 4 Annas 1919 Calcutta Mint, Proof Restrike KM#519, Pridmore 874, nFDC with much original mint brilliance, and touches of rainbow toning, we note a similar example sold at Goldberg Auction 80 June 2014 Lot 4153 for $764 inclusive of buyers premium (£350 - £550)

1224) Italian States - Tuscany (3) 5 Centesimi 1859 C#83 EF/GEF with traces of lustre, 2 Centesimi 1859 C#82 GEF with traces of lustre, 1 Centesimo C#81 EF with some small spots (£100 - £120) 1225) Italian States - Tuscany 4 Fiorini 1859 C#75b Lustrous UNC with hints of golden toning, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£200 - £300) 1226) Italian States - Venice Scudo (140 Soldi) undated AM (17141715 or 1719-1721) GVF with a pleasing underlying tone (£235 - £265)

1213) India Half Rupee 1862 (b&m) KM#472,SW-4 B/III in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£150 - £200) 1214) Ionian Islands 2 Oboli 1819 KM#33 EF with some residual dirt on the reverse, very scarce in high grades (£500 - £600)

1227) Italian States - Venice Zecchino undated (1779-1789) Paul Renier KM#714 VF creased, Hungary 1743KB Maria Theresa KM#329.1 VF with a depression in the field after the B (£200 - £300) 1228) Italy 10 Lire (2) 1926R KM#68.1 Fine/Good nFine with an edge knock, 1928R KM#68.1 GVF with minor contact marks, both scarce (£100 - £120) 1229) Italy 20 Lire Gold 1865 T BN KM#10.1 GEF/AU and lustrous (£175 - £250) 1230) Japan 50 Sen Year 39 (1906) Y#31 UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 Note: the holder shows Year 38 (1905) in error (£300 - £400)

1215) Ionian Islands 2 Oboli 1819 Proof KM#33 A/UNC toned with edge nicks, reverse upright die alignment, lists at $3750 in Krause (£500 - £600) 1216) Iran 5,000 Dinars AH1327 (1909) KM1017 obverse smoothed VG, reverse Fine edge plain and weighing 22.7 grams so perhaps once in jewellery, seldom offered in any grade and with a high book value in Krause (£150 - £200) 1217) Ireland Halfcrown Gunmoney 1690 Apr: Obverse 1, Timmins TB30L-1B EF with some small touches of residual dirt and verdigris in the legends, overall a pleasing portrait and a well struck even coin (£100 - £170) 1218) Ireland Halfcrowns (2) 1943 S.6633 near Fine and the key date, 1937 S.6625 VF, rare (£350 - £450) 1219) Ireland Penny 1940 S.6643 GEF once lightly cleaned now retoned (£100 - £120)

1231) Korea 2 Chon undated (1882-1883) KM#1082 27mm diameter, About Fine with traces of the blue cloisonne enamelling still remaining (£110 - £140) 1232) Korea 3 Chon undated (1882-1883) KM#1083 29mm diameter, Good Fine with some of the green cloisonne enamelling still present (£110 - £140) 1233) Libya 2 Milliemes 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 BN, Extremely Rare, the Krause catalogue states that only 32 pieces were minted (£350 - £450)

1220) Ireland Penny Second Coinage Dublin Mint, with pellet before EDWR and oblong-shaped pellet below the bust S.6253A Fine, Rare (£100 - £150) 1221) Ireland Six Shilling Bank Token 1804 S.6615 Good Fine with some flecks of toning (£150 - £250)

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1234) Malta (Order of) 20 Scudi 1764 Emmanuel Pinto KM276 EF, Friedburg 34 with some underlying brilliance desirable thus (£1,500 - £2,500)

1248) New Zealand Halfpenny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC with minor contact marks, retaining almost full mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1249) New Zealand Penny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 UNC to nFDC retaining almost full mint brilliance, minor contact marks and some very light tone barely detract (£160 - £200) 1250) Norway 10 Kroner Gold 1902 KM#358 EF/NEF, a scarce denomination and a one-year type (£250 - £350)

1235) Mauritius 1 Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#31 nFDC with some minor contact marks, retaining much original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1236) Mauritius 2 Cents 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 nFDC retaining almost full mint lustre, with a pleasing magenta tone (£160 - £200) 1237) Mauritius 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 nFDC lightly toning, retaining much original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1238) Mauritius 5 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 nFDC with light contact marks, retaining almost full original mint brilliance (£160 - £200)

1251) Norway 2 Kroner 1907 KM#365 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£175 - £250) 1252) Norway 5 Ore 1902 KM#349 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN (£200 - £250) 1253) Palestine 10 Mils 1934 KM#4 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£300 - £400)

1239) Mauritius 5 Cents 1964 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 nFDC with some contact marks, retaining almost full original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1240) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1314 (1897) Paris Mint, Arrowheads point inwards, Y#11.2 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£140 - £180) 1241) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1316 (1899) Paris Mint, Arrowheads point inwards, Y#11.2, Lec 143 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£160 - £200)

1254) Palestine 10 Mils 1937 KM#4 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£200 - £300) 1255) Palestine 10 Mils 1939 KM#4 Lustrous UNC with an underlying golden tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£120 - £150)

1242) Mozambique 1975 (3) Metica and 50 Centimos and Centimo 1975 the scarce KM95, KM96 and KM90 issues Unc or near so (£100 - £200)

1256) Palestine 100 Mils 1931 KM#7, Fine, Toned with some dirt in the legend, the key date in this series (£120 - £160)

1243) Mozambique 1975 (3) Metica and 50 Centimos and Centimo 1975 the scarce KM95, KM96 and KM90 issues Unc or near so (£100 - £200)

1257) Palestine 20 Mils 1940 KM#5 UNC with an attractive light golden tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, of 31 examples graded by PCGS, only one has graded higher (£500 - £750)

1244) Mozambique 50 Centimos 1975 KM#95 UNC and scarce (£125 - £150) 1245) Netherlands - Holland Gulden 1794 attractively toned with underlying mint brilliance, in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS63 (£200 - £300) 1246) Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1898 P.PANDER as KM#123 edge reads GOD ZIJ MET ONS, VF/GVF and attractively toned with some small edge nicks (£100 - £200) 1247) New Zealand Halfpenny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC with minor contact marks, retaining almost full mint brilliance (£160 - £200)

1258) Palestine 20 Mils 1940 KM#5 UNC with an attractive tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, of 31 examples graded by PCGS, only one has graded higher (£500 - £750)

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1968 which was slabbed as NGC AU53 and Ex-Alexander Auction House 20/9/2014 Lot 178, which realised $19,000 hammer price, our research indicates this may be one of the finest surviving examples, an extremely rare issue, this confirmed by the fact that PCGS does not record a single example on their Population Report (£7,500 - £12,500)

1259) Philippines 8 Reales Countermarked Coinage, Crowned F.7.0 on host coin Peru 8 Reales 1831 Lima Mint, KM#83, countermark Fine, host coin About Fine (£120 - £150) 1260) Philippines 8 Reales Isabell II KM#100 countermarked on Bolivia 8 Soles 1834 PTS KM#97 countermark Near Fine, host coin About Fine/Near Fine (£150 - £200) 1261) Portugal 200 Reis (Half Cruzado) 1684 KM#144 Bold Fine, scarce two-year type (£370 - £420) 1262) Portugal 50 Centavos 1930 KM#577 Lustrous UNC with hints of golden tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64, listed at $400 by Krause for MS60, unpriced above MS60 (£220 - £260)

1263) Portugal 500 Reis Countermarked issue, undated (1663) Countermark type III KM#437.3 Countermark and host coin VG (£100 - £120) 1264) Portugal Half Escudo 1726 no stop at end of obverse legend KM#218.4, Fine with a scratch in the obverse field (£100 - £120) 1265) Russia 3 Roubles Platinum 1841 CПБ C#177 NVF this type very rare, additionally a low mintage date with just 17,000 struck (£1,100 - £1,400)

1266) Russia 5 Roubles 1839 CПБ AБ C#175.1 VF with two small edge nicks (£750 - £950) 1268) Russia Poltina (1/2 Rouble) 1859 Y24 Bit-97 Small Crown Prooflike and choice Unc with a rich tone and graded MS63 by PCGS (£400 - £700)

1267) Russia Ducat (Chervonets) 1763 CПБ C#80 Trade Coinage approaching EF and with much eye appeal, considerably superior to the Krause plate coin, both obverse and reverse with a consistent and even striking, seldom seen on Russian pieces of this period. Superior to the example in the Leonid Sodermann Collection ‘Adolph Hess & Bank Leu’ More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1269) Russia Rouble 1892 AΓ Y#46 Fine/Good Fine (£120 - £150) 1270) Saudi Arabia Sovereign (Pound) undated (1947) Philadelphia Mint issue, Obverse: Eagle with Wings open, Reverse: Three lined inscription within horizontal bars, KM#35 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, rare (£2,000 - £2,500) 1279) Spanish Netherlands - Brabant Patagon 1625 KM#53.3 Near Fine with some thin scratches (£150 - £200) 1280) Straits Settlements 5 Cents 1877 KM#10 Fine, the obverse with some uneven toning (£300 - £400) 1271) Scotland Twelve Shillings Charles I Third Coinage (16371642) F over crown S.5560 Bold Fine (£120 - £150) 1272) South Africa (2) Two Rand Gold 1973 KM#64 Prooflike UNC, One Rand 1966 KM#63 Prooflike UNC (£300 - £400)

1281) Straits Settlements 50 Cents 1889 KM#13 once mounted, signs of the edge milling having been skilfully recut and some hairlines on the portrait suggests once lightly smoothed, NVF/GF and very rare (£1,200 - £1,500)

1273) South Africa Crown 1950 Proof KM#40.1 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 (£175 - £225) 1274) South Africa Half Pond 1894 KM#9.2 VF with some scratches on the reverse before the date (£135 - £165) 1275) South Africa Half Pond 1895 EF KM#9.2 with some small scratches (£135 - £165)

1282) Straits Settlements Half Cent 1889 KM#15 UNC with an underlying colourful tone, sharply struck and extremely attractive, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, Rare thus (£200 - £350) 1283) Swiss Cantons - Basel Thaler 1640 Cherub’s wings turned downwards KM#A94 , Dav.4606 Fine/Good Fine with some scratches on the reverse (£150 - £200)

1276) South Africa Krugerrand 1974 KM#73 UNC (£800 - £1,100)

1284) Swiss Cantons - Geneva 15 Sols 1794W KM#97 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£100 - £150) 1285) Swiss Cantons - Schaffhausen Thaler 1623 KM#25 Near Fine (£150 - £200) 1286) Swiss Cantons - Zurich 10 Batzen 1812B Choice UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64, the finest known example thus far recorded by the PCGS Population Report (£300 - £400)

1277) South Africa Krugerrand 1974 KM#73 UNC with some small edge nicks (£800 - £1,100)

1278) South Africa Pond 1892 Single Shaft on Wagon issue KM#10.2, by far the scarcer of the two types, Fine the reverse better (£1,000 - £1,200)

1287) Switzerland 10 Rappen 1875B KM#6 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, Extremely Rare and one of the key coins in the entire Swiss series, we note the PCGS Population Report records only three examples (£850 - £950)

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1288) Switzerland 20 Francs Gold 1947B KM#35.2 UNC with a small edge nick (£160 - £220)

1301) USA Dollar 1882CC Breen 5569 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks (£150 - £200)

1289) Switzerland 5 Francs Shooting Thaler 1867 Schwyz X#S9 R-1070 UNC and almost fully lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£250 - £350)

1302) USA Dollar 1893O Breen 5631 VG/NF, Very Rare (£250 £300)

1290) Switzerland 5 Francs Shooting Thaler 1872 Zurich X#S11 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£250 £350)

1303) USA Fifty Dollars Gold 1993 KM#219 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£850 - £1,050)

1304) USA Fifty Dollars Gold 2002 KM#219 UNC and lustrous (£850 - £1,100) 1291) Switzerland 5 Francs Shooting Thaler 1885 Bern X#S17, R-193 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£175 - £225) 1292) Switzerland 5 Francs Shooting Thaler 1885 Bern X#S17, R-193 UNC and deeply toned, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£140 - £180) 1293) Thailand Baht Rama IV undated issue (1860) Y#11 Fine or better (£100 - £120)

1305) USA Five Dollars 1914 aVF (£220 - £280)

1294) Thailand Baht Rama V undated issue (1869) Y#31 Good Fine or a little better (£110 - £140)

1306) USA Half Dollar 1866 Breen 4933 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£200 - £250)

1295) Thailand Fuang (1/8 Baht) undated issue (1860) Y#8 NGC MS62 (£200 - £250)

1307) USA Halfpenny 1773 Virginia, Stop after S, Breen 180 Fine/ Good Fine with a gentle edge bruise (£110 - £140)

1296) USA (2) Halfpenny 1795 Grate, for Clark & Harris, Large Buttons, Breen 1271, diagonal edge reeding, weight 9.39 grammes, Near VF with some light staining on either side, One Cent 1872 1 and 8 almost touch Breen 1982 VG (£100 - £150)

1308) USA One Cent (3) 1794 Breen 1669 Fair/Poor, the reverse with three heavy edge knocks, 1802 Stemless wreath 10 Berries, Breen 1750 Fair/VG, 1822 divided date Breen 1816 NEF the obverse with some heavier contact marks (£200 - £250)

1297) USA (2) One Cent 1821 Breen 1814 VG, Half Cent 1797 Fair, the exact type not visible (£180 - £220) 1298) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1904 Breen 6325 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS - Altered Surfaces - UNC Details (£100 - £130)

1309) USA Plantation Token undated (1688) struck in Tin, Breen 77 Fair with some corrosion, Rare (£100 - £150) 1310) USA Quarter Dollar 1896O Breen 4149 in a PCGS holder graded ‘Cleaned AU Detail’ (£200 - £250)

1299) USA Cent 1871 7 and 1 apart, Breen 1981, Near Fine with some scratches and spots, Rare (£120 - £150) 1300) USA Dime 1839O Breen 3226, Tall, Narrow O mintmark, in an NGC holder an graded AU Details - Cleaned , Rare (£200 - £250) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1311) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1932 Breen 7134 GEF (£450 - £650)

1312) USA Trade Dollar 1877S Large S, 1 and 8 free, Breen 5813 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS62 (£260 - £320)

1313) Vietnam - Annam (2) undated Tu Duc (1848-1883) KM#494 Schroeder-320 weight 38.51 grammes in a PCGS holder and graded AU53, undated Gia Long (1802-1820) Large Characters KM#179, Schroeder 118 in a OCGS holder and graded AU53 (£200 - £600)

1317) A collection in trays in a carrying case mostly recent issues with some being promoters items such as Somalia Gold Gothic Crown (lot) (£150 - £300) 1318) Africa (32) includes South Africa East London Penny Token 1880 Fine, Rhodesia Mint Set 1964 (4 coins 25, 20, 10 and 5 Cents) UNC in the blue wallet of issue with some deposit, this possibly removable, Southern Rhodesia (7) Halfcrowns (2) 1947, 1949, Two Shillings 1949, Shilling 1947, Sixpence 1935, Threepences (2) 1948, 1961, also issues from East Africa, Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Mauritius and South Africa, in mixed grades, and British Caribbean Territories 10 Cents 1964, in mixed grades (£60 - £80) 1319) Angola Countermarked Coinage (2) Macuta undated (1837) countermark on Half Macuta 1789 KM#50.3 countermark Fine, host coin VG, Macuta undated (1837) countermark on Half Macuta 1770 KM#49.1 countermark Fine, host coin VG, Brazil Countermarked Coinage (5) 40 Reis (2) undated (1809) countermarked on 20 Reis 1781 countermark and host coin both Fine, undated (1809) countermarked on 20 Reis 1782 countermark and host coin both Good Fine, 40 Reis countermarked on 80 Reis of Pedro I host date 1831R Fine, 20 Reis countermarked on 40 Reis of Pedro I (2) host coin 1825R Fine and host coin 1827R VG (£70 - £100) 1320) Australia (17) Shilling 1910, Sixpence 1910, Threepences (15) 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1916M, 1918M, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1934, 1951, 1962, in mixed grades Fine to GVF (£100 - £120) 1321) Australia (23) Crowns 1937 (2) VF and NEF with graffiti on the portrait, Florins (21) 1910, 1914H, 1915H, 1918M, 1923, 1925 (2), 1927 Parliament House (2), 1931, 1934 (2), 1935, 1936 (3), 1951 50th Anniversary Jubilee, 1953, 1954, 1954 Royal Visit, , 1963 in mixed grades Poor to NEF, grades generally in line with age (£300 - £350) 1322) Australia (65) Florins (4), Shillings (12), Sixpences (8), Threepences (34), Pennies (1) and Halfpennies (6) includes many George V issues in silver, in mixed grades to EF (£100 - £120)

1314) World Gold (2) Russia 5 Roubles 1899 фЗ Y#62 VF the obverse with some surface residue, Austria 10 Corona 1910 KM#2816 NEF the obverse with some surface residue (£190 - £240) 1315) World Gold (3) Costa Rica 10 Colones 1897 KM#140 NVF/ VF with some edge nicks, Japan 5 Yen Year 30 (1897) Y#32 Fine, Ex-Jewellery, Philippines 2 Pesos 1864 KM#143 NVF/ GF (£340 - £380)

World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1316-1552) 1316) A collection in a carrying case with 4 trays (136) includes many Crown-sized and in silver 17th Century to 20th Century includes many different countries :- GB, USA, Straits Settlements, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italian States, with many later coins in lustrous grades (£1,000 - £1,500)

1323) Australia Crowns (3) 1937 (2), 1938, Shilling 1921 Star VG Rare, Australia Threepences 1963 (20) Lustrous UNC, as part of a group of Australia (50) and New Zealand (2) with plenty of silver minors, in mixed grades with some EF (£120 - £150) 1324) Australia Florins 1927 Parliament House Fine, 1958 EF, 1959 Lustrous UNC, Shillings 1961 GEF, 1963 NEF, 50 Cents 1966 (5) VF to EF as part of a group of Australia (58) the remainder Shillings to Halfpennies 1910-1961 with many George V Pennies, and a handful of Decimal issues, also includes some silver minors and a Bank of Adelaide Bronze Token 1974, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 1325) Australia Halfpennies (17) 1914 Fine, 1918I VF once cleaned, 1919 EF, 1930 GF/NVF, 1931 (3) NVF (2), VF (2), 1933 GVF once cleaned, 1934 VF, 1939 Good Fine, 1941 Fine, cleaned, 1950 VF, 1951 (2) GVF and VF/GVF, 1952 NVF/VF, 1959 (2) EF and UNC, some scarce (£100 - £150) 1326) Australia Penny Tokens (2) O.H.Hedberg, Hobart, Tasmania, Oil and Colour Stores KM#Tn91 About Fine, R.Parker, Ironmonger, Geelong, Victoria undated KM#Tn188 Good Fine, New Zealand Penny Token undated Milner

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& Thompson KM#49 Reverse: Maori NVF, Ireland Penny token 1858 William Hodgins, Banker, Cloghjordan Good Fine with an edge nick (£40 - £80)

GVF and NVF, 1856 Medallic Coinage 25th Anniversary of Independence Near VF, 1857 (2) GF and VF, 1859 Fine, 2 Centimes (2) 1861 GF, 1863 VF (£150 - £200)

1327) Australia Sixpences (2) 1962 KM#58 PCGS MS66, 1963 KM#58 MS66 both fully lustrous and choice (£25 - £50)

1334) Belgium (4) 5 Francs (3) 1870 KM#24 UNC or near so and lustrous with some light contact marks, 1873 KM#24 UNC 10 Francs, 1934 DES BELGES KM#97.1 Good Fine, 10 Francs 1930 Three conjoined busts of Leopold I, Leopold II and Albert I KM#100 EF with some contact marks (£150 - £200)

1328) 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, along with a further group of Australia (32) Florins (8) 1926, 1928 (2), 1932 KM#27, 1936 (2), 1944S, 1951 50th Year Jubilee, Shillings (2) 1917M GVF, 1936 EF, Sixpences (2) 1914, 1927, Threepences (3) 1915 (Fine), 1917M, 1934, Pennies (7) 1919 Dot below lower scroll, 1922, 1927, 1933, 1936, 1944, 1951, Halfpennies (10) 1911, 1914 (2), 1926, 1933, 1934 (2), 1943 (2), 1951, and New Zealand Sixpence 1947, in mixed circulated grades, some VF to EF (£400 - £500) 1329) Austria (5) 2 Florins 1879 Medallic Issue X#M5 Lustrous UNC , 50 Groschen (2) 1934 KM#2850 UNC, 1936 KM#2854 UNC, 2 Schilling 1931 Mozart KM#2847 UNC or near so, some spots in the obverse field, Switzerland 1939 5 Francs Zurich Exposition KM#43 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, Lithuania 10 Litu 1938 KM#84 GEF/AU with some tone spots (£260 - £320) 1330) Austrian Netherlands Kronenthaler (2) 1793 Fine, 1797 Near Fine, as part of a group of Austria and Hungary (65) 19th and 20th Century the vast majority in base metal, along with a further group, 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, a few in silver, also Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmark 1928A KM#56 NVF toned, with an edge bruise, German Medals 19th and 20th Century (11) mostly in white metal, includes Royal visit by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 1965 in base metal EF, along with German States - Prussia 5 Marks 1903 Fine, Württemberg 3 Marks 1911F Lustrous UNC, Germany - Empire 20 Pfennigs 1875A UNC and lustrous with a pleasing tone, as part of a group of Germany 19th and 20th Century (163) minors in mixed grades, along with a further group of France (7) One Franc (4) 1808A, 1834W, 1867BB, 1898, Half Franc (2) 1812MA, 1813T, 50 Centimes 1881A Good to Good Fine, and Italy (92) 19th and 20th Century largely base metal issues, in mixed circulated grades, some in EF (£330 - £380) 1331) Belgian Congo 50 Francs 1944 KM#27 EF, Congo Free State (3) 20 Centimes 1906 KM#11 UNC and lustrous, 10 Centimes 1906 KM#10 Lustrous UNC with a hint of gold tone, 5 Centimes 1906 KM#9 UNC (£225 - £275) 1332) Belgium (11) 2 Francs 1909 Dutch Legend UNC lightly toned, 1 Franc 1909 Dutch legend UNC or near so and lightly toned, 50 Centimes (2) 1907 Dutch legend GEF, 1909 French legend UNC and nicely toned with small tone spots, 5 Centimes (5) 1850, 1856, 1856 Medallic Coinage 25th Anniversary of Independence, 1857, 1859 Cross on Crown, 2 Centimes (2) 1863, 1864 GVF to GEF (£270 - £320) 1333) Belgium (16) 5 Centimes (14) 1842 (2) Fine and NEF, 1848 (3) VF (2) and GVF, 1849 GF, 1850 Fine, 1851 GVF, 1856 (2)

1335) Belgium 10 Centimes 1895 GF as part of a group of Europe 19th and 20th Century (237) mostly base metal issues with strength in Belgium, and Netherlands issues, in mixed grades with some in EF (£200 - £250) 1336) Belgium Franc 1887 Dutch with period in signature KM29.1 GEF, 5 Francs 1830 - 1880 Copper Medallic Issue KM X M8a Unc with a hint of lustre, and ANVERS 10 Cents 1814 Fine with edge problems along with Vatican Baiocco 1840 sharp Unc and lustrous but with a planchet fault (£70 - £100) 1337) Brazil (105) 500 Reis (31) 1928 (4), 1936 (1), 1937 (1), 1938 (5), 1939 (20), 300 Reis 1938 (VF), 200 Reis (14) 1936 (7), 1937 (6), 1938 (1), 100 Reis (18) 1932 (2), 1936 (7), 1937 (4), 1938 (5), 50 Reis (20) 1918 (8), 1919 (10), 1921 (2), 20 Reis (22) 1919 (10), 1920 (10) GEF to UNC unless otherwise stated (£160 - £200) 1338) British West Africa 1/10th Pennies 1925KN (155) (£20 - £40) 1339) Canada (21) and Newfoundland (2) Canada Dollar 1938 slabbed PCGS MS62, 50 Cents (4) 1918 Fine, 1919 Near Fine, 1953 Bright VF/GVF, 1958 EF and lustrous, Newfoundland 50 Cents (2) 1899 Near Fine, 1909 Near Fine, Canada 25 Cents (16) 1872H, 1874, 1900, 1905, 1906, 1907 (2), 1910, 1918 (2), 1919 (2), 1934, 1937H, 1938H, 1939H, in mixed circulated grades, the last three VF to EF, plus a further group of Canada and Islands, One Cent (27) 1859-1903, includes New Brunswick (2), Nova Scotia (2) and Prince Edward Island (1) these in mixed grades to VF (£350 - £400) 1340) Canada (7) One Dollar (2) 1939 Royal Visit NEF with an edge nick, 1964 Charlottetown in an ICG holder and graded PL68 DCAM, 50 Cents (2) 1906 VG, 1953 GVF/EF, 10 Cents 1872 VF the obverse scratches, 5 Cents 1858 VG with scratches, One Cent 1931 EF, Newfoundland (3) 5 Cents 1865 Fine, One Cent (2) 1873 VF, 1888 Fine the obverse with graffiti (£150 - £200) 1341) Canada and related includes some token issues (76) Victoria to Elizabeth II includes many silver minors, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1342) Canada One Cent (5) 1881H, 1884, 1903, 1911, 1917, Newfoundland Cents (4) 1880 VF, 1904H VF, 1909 EF, 1936 Fine, Nova Scotia (5) 1824 KM#1 Fine, 1832 About Fine, some scratches on the obverse, 1840 Fine, 1861 About Fine/Fine, 1864 Near Fine, Bank of Montreal Halfpenny 1844 KM#Tn18 Good Fine, Bank of Montreal One Sou undated KM#Tn5 Good Fine, Bank of Upper Canada Halfpenny 1850 NVF, Prince Edward Island 1871 Good Fine (£100 - £120) 1343) Canada One Ounce Silver 5 Dollar Maples (18) 1988 - 2005 a complete date run, Unc in plastic capsules (£175 - £275)

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1344) Central Africa 500 Francs 1976E Essai KM#E9 BU in the original Monnaie de Paris sleeve Djibouti 100 Francs 1977 Essai KM#EE7 BU in the original Monnaie de Paris sleeve 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 Mali 100 Francs 1975 Essai KM#E2 BU still sealed in the sleeve of issue Mali 25 Francs 1976 Essai in Aluminium KM#E4 BU in the original Monnaie de Paris sleeve (£200 - £280) 1345) Channel Islands and Lundy (17) Lundy Puffin 1929, Guernsey (10) 8 Doubles 1834 (2), 4 Doubles (5) 1830 (2), 1889H, 1902H, 1920H, 2 Doubles (2) 1889H, 1918H, 1 Double 1903H, Guernsey (6) 1/13th Shilling 1858 (2), 1/12th Shilling 1913, 1/26th Shilling 1870, 1/24th Shilling 1894 (2) VF to lustrous GEF (£100 - £120) 1346) China - Republic ‘Junk’ Dollars Year 23 (3) Y#345 GEF to UNC and lustrous two with some toning (£260 - £350) 1347) China 10 Yuan One Ounce Silver Pandas (4) 1992, 1994, 1995, 1998 Small date UNC in capsules (£220 - £260) 1348) China Silver 10 Yuan Pandas (11) 1995 KM#723, scarce with a mintage of only 10,000, Proof nFDC, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 with coloured reverse, Lustrous UNC in capsules (£170 - £220) 1349) China, Korea, Japan a mixed group (43) includes Korea Quarter Yang Year 2 (1898) KM#1117 VF and 5 Fun 1896 KM#1108 Fine, includes China Provincial and Cash issues, along with a Medal Cambodia Norodomsihanouk Varman, King of Cambodia GVF, in mixed grades (£100 - £120) 1350) Crete 5 Drachmai 1901 (3) KM#9 all Near Fine, one with some scratches in the field (£150 - £200) 1351) Cyprus (15) 18 Piastres 1901 (3), 9 Piastres (3) 1901 (NVF), 1919, 1920, 1940 (EF), 4 1/2 Piastres 1901, 1 Piastre 1938, 100 Mils 1978, 50 Mils 1979, 25 Mils 1977, 5 Mils (2) 1963, 1979, 20 Cents 1991, in mixed grades, the earlier pieces VG to GF unless stated, the later coins mostly EF, along with Greece (16) 30 Drachma 1963, 5 Drachma (2) 1930, 1954, 2 Drachma 1926, One Drachma 1926, 50 Lepta 1926, 20 Lepta (3) 1874A, 1912, 1926, 10 Lepta 1912 (3), 5 Lepta (3) 1878K, 1912 (2), 1 Drachma 1982, in mixed grades with some later pieces VF to EF (£200 - £250) 1352) Cyprus (173) includes 18 Piastres 1901, 9 Piastres 1901, 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 VG to Near Fine, Ionian Islands (4) Obol 1820 (2), 30 Lepta 1851, 2 Leta 1819, and Greece 19th and 20th Century (202) in mixed grades, with some later dates lustrous (£360 - £420) 1353) Denmark (20) 2/3 Speciedaler undated (1799) 34mm diameter Pattern in copper GF/VF, 2 Mark 1668 KM#298 VG, 4 Skilling Rigsmont 1871 (c) CS KM#775.2 Lustrous UNC, the reverse with a small spot, 2 Skilling (3) 1605 KM#16.1 VG, 1665 with inner circle KM#A210.1 Fine, 1681 KM#358, 2 Kroner (6) 1899 (h) HC/VBP KM#798.2 GEF toned, 1903 Christian IX, 40th Anniversary of his Reign KM#802 EF with a few small spots, 1915 (h) VBP AH KM#820 GVF, 1923 (h) HCN GJ Christian X Silver Wedding Anniversary (2) KM#821 A/UNC and GEF, 1937 (h) N S KM#830 EF, 25 Ore (3) 1907 (h) VBP;GJ KM#808 Toned UNC, 1913 (h) VBP;GJ KM#815.1 Toned UNC, 1917 (h) VBP;GJ KM#815.1 GVF/NEF, 10 Ore (2) 1874 (h) CS

KM#795.1 About EF, 1884 (h) CS KM#795.1 Fine, 5 Ore (2) 1882 (h) CS KM#794.1 About Fine, Cleaned, Rare, 1919 Iron (h) HCN;GJ KM#814.2a GVF, 2 Ore 1887 (h) CS KM#793.1 Fine, Rare, the key date in this series (£250 - £350) 1354) Denmark (55) with many in silver including larger denominations many including 19th century issues in high grades (£150 - £250) 1355) Denmark 2 Kroner (2) 1899 VF, 1930 NEF, Denmark 1 Krone 1875CS VF with scratches Sweden 2 Kronor 1876, 1880 Fine, 1897 GVF, as part of a group of Scandinavia (140) 19th and 20th Century includes Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland with some silver minors, in mixed grades to EF (£475 - £550) 1356) Early European (21) along with USA Large Cents 1820s-1850s (17) from circulation with two of the Cents pierced (£150 - £250) 1357) East Germany a small collection (22) Pfennig - 20 Marks 1952 - 1985 including 3 20 Marks and 4 10 Marks Commemoratives mostly in high grades (£40 - £60) 1358) Eastern European a mix of different countries (22) Romania (8) 200 Lei 1942 EF, 2 Lei 1924 (5) NEF (1), EF (3) A/UNC (1), 1 Leu 1924 About UNC, 50 Bani 1894 EF toned, Yugoslavia (4) 2 Dinara 1925 (2) both A/UNC, 1 Dinar 1925 (2) UNC toned, Bulgaria (7) 50 Leva 1930BP NEF, 10 Leva 1943 UNC, 5 Leva 1930 UNC, 50 Stotinki (2) 1883 NEF (2), 20 Stotinki 1906 UNC, 10 Stotinki 1906 UNC lightly toned, Serbia 2 Dinara 1912 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks, Montenegro 20 Para (2) 1906 NEF, 1914 NEF (£100 - £120) 1359) Egypt (21) includes Ten Piastres (3) 1916, 1967, 1939, 5 Piastres (3) 1917, 1923, 1939 in mixed grades with some in silver, World a mixed group (75) includes Turkey, Afghanistan, Libya, Tunisia, Muscat and Oman, Iran, Iraq and Syria, 19th and 20th Century, includes some in silver (£350 - £500) 1360) Egypt Half Millieme 1917 KM#312 (14) EF to UNC and lustrous, some with spots (£75 - £100) 1361) Europe 19th and 20th Century (199) includes Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Czechoslovakia, France, Portugal, Greece also with a few Non-European issues, includes many in silver and many useful pieces, in mixed grades to EF (£320 - £360) 1362) Europe a small group (6) Belgium (2) 10 Centimes 1832 KM#2.1 About EF, 5 Centimes 1848 KM#5.1 Fine, Denmark Rigsbankdaler 1813 KM#683.1 VG or better, a scarce oneyear type, France 5 Francs 1871 KM#818.2 Good Fine/ Fine with some small edge nicks, Greece (2) 2 Drachmai 1873A KM#39 Fine or better with heavier contact marks on the obverse, 2 Lepta 1851 KM#31 NVF with signs of die clashing, a scratch and a scuff on the reverse (£250 - £300) 1363) Europe includes France, Spain, Belgium, Channel Islands, France, Italy, Portugal and more (70) includes some in silver, along with Spain (29) 5 Pesetas (2) 1877 (77), 1885 (87) gilded, 2 Pesetas (2) 1870 (74), 1882(82), 1 Peseta (3) 1870, 1899, 1900, 50 Centimos 1881(81), 1904 (04), 2 Reales 1851, 50 Centimos 1949(56), 25 Centimos 1927, 8 Maravedis (3) 1842, 1848 and another with worn date, 10 Centimos (3) 1870 OM, 1877, 1953, 1 Centimo 1870, 100

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Pesetas 1980, 5 Pesetas (8) 1949 (50) (2), 1957(58), 1957 (59)(2), 1957 (65), 1957(67), 1957 (74) in mixed grades to EF, along with Mexico 8 Reales 1778Mo Fine as part of a group of South America 18th to 20th Century (75) many different countries represented, in mixed grades (£250 £300) 1364) Ex Dealers retail stock (100) many early and useful pieces, all priced to retail probably several thousands pounds total, a useful group (£1,250 - £2,500) 1365) Finland 1 Markka 1915S in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS65, Egypt 2 Piastres 1944 KM#369 in a PCGS holder and graded AU53, Palestine 10 Mils 1943 KM#4a in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£55 - £75) 1366) France 2 Centimes 1913 KM#841 (25) Lustrous UNC a few with toning (£225 - £275) 1367) France 5 Francs in PCGS holders (3) 1873A PCGS MS63, 1876A PCGS MS62, 1876A PCGS MS64 (£150 - £200) 1368) France Ecu (3) 1709A KM#386.1 About Fine, 1709H KM#386.7 VG/Fine, 1709S KM#386.16 Fine the reverse with a flan flaw on DOM (£200 - £250) 1369) French Indo-China (16) 50 Cents 1936 KM#459.2 VF or better and lustrous, 20 Cents 1920 without fineness indicated in the legend KM#15 GVF with some small tone spots, 1921 EF/GEF with a tone spot, 1922 About UNC and lustrous, 1930 A/UNC and lustrous, 10 Cents (11) 1899A GEF and lustrous, 1902A NEF, 1921A A/UNC, 1922A EF, 1923A (3) EF/UNC, AU/UNC, and A/UNC, 1924A (2) both Lustrous A/UNC , 1929A (2) EF/AU attractively toned, and AU/UNC (£230 - £260) 1370) GB and World (111) 17th to 20th Century, includes some silver items, and some medallic and token issues, in mixed grades (£70 - £120) 1371) GB and World (14) GB (8) Crown 1888 GVF, Halfcrowns (2) 1915 NEF, 1935 EF, Florins (2) 1918 NEF, 1933 NEF, Shilling 1829 GF, Maundy Fourpence 1902 VF, Medalet William IV and Queen Adelaide 1831 Coronation, in brass, World (6) Southern Rhodesia Crown 1953 Prooflike UNC in the red box of issue, France (4) 10 Centimes 1809I VG, 5 Centimes 1855A EF, 2 Centimes 1862K GEF/EF, 1 Centime 1875A EF, French Guiana - Colony of Cayenne 2 Sous 1789A VG (£175 - £350) 1372) GB and World (22) GB Crowns (4) 1889 (2), 1935 (2), Australia Florins (2) 1951, 1958, New Zealand (7) Halfcrowns (2) 1933, 1935, Florins (5) 1934 (2)1948, 1950, 1961, Ireland () Halfcrowns (4) 1928 (4), Florins (5) 1928 (2), 1931, 1935 (2), mostly VG to Fine a few VF to EF (£100 - £120) 1373) GB and World a collection in an album including silver issues and some paranumismatic with these including fantasy strikes of Edward VI and Elizabeth I Crowns and USA Continental Dollar (lot, from circulation) (£100 - £200) 1374) GB and World a mixed group 19th and 20th Century, (over 4 Kilos) includes some silver items , and some modern medallic issues, in mixed grades some EF (£150 - £200) 1375) GB and World a small group with strength in GB pre 1947

and pre 1920 silver includes 1925 Florins, from circulation (£60 - £90) 1376) GB and World in tubs, bags and tins includes a few pre-1947 issues and £12.50 face in British Paper Money, in mixed grades (lot, total weight around 7.5 Kilos) (£80 - £160) 1377) GB and World including Australia 1992 $25 Silver Proofs The Royal Ladies 4 coin plus medallion set (2 sets), Queens of The British Isles 9 piece silver medal set, along with GB and world including pre 47 silver issues, silver crowns Victoria - £2 Britannias and more (lot) (£350 - £550) 1378) GB and World issues (29) GB Halfcrowns (2) 1951 Proof nFDC Lustrous UNC, 1953 Proof Lustrous UNC, Mauritius (3) Oner Rupee 1975 Lustrous UNC, 5 Cents 1967 Lustrous UNC, 2 Cents 1962 Lustrous UNC with some darker toning on the obverse, East Caribbean States (2) 5 Cents 1955 Proof Lustrous UNC, One Cent 1965 Lustrous UNC, Kuwait (7) A Specimen Set AH1386 (1967) (4 coins) comprising 100 Fils, 50 Fils, 20 Fils, and 5 Fils UNC, and 20 Fils AH1391 (1971) UNC and lustrous, 10 Fils (2) AH1380 (1961), Toned UNC, AH1394 (1974) Lustrous UNC, Poland 50 Groszy 1985 Lustrous UNC, Russia 10 Kopeks 1989 Lustrous UNC, Jordan Quarter Dinar 1969 UNC, New Zealand 2 Cents 1978 UNC, Spain 200 Pesetas 1986 UNC, Isle of Man (3) Two Pence (2) 1976, 1988 Lustrous UNC, One Penny 2014 Lustrous UNC, South Arabia 5 Fils 1964 Proof Toned UNC, Zimbabwe (2) 5 Cents 1997 Lustrous UNC, One Cent 1997 Lustrous UNC, Brunei (3) 10 Sen 1970 Proof nFDC, 5 Sen 1970 Proof nFDC, 1 Sen 1970 Proof Lustrous UNC with a handling mark, China 2 Fen 1977 Lustrous UNC (£150 - £200) 1379) GB and World some in an album which contain some useful GB silver issues (lot) (£300 - £500) 1380) GB and World some in silver (lot) (£100 - £300) 1381) German States - Prussia (4) 5 Marks 1914A KM#536 (2) GVF/NEF with some tone spots, GVF/NEF, 3 Marks 1912A (2) KM#527 Lustrous A/UNC, and lustrous UNC with a spot below the bust, along with Germany Federal Republic 5 Marks 1969G Theodor Fontane 1819-1898 KM#125 Proof issues (2) and Error Proof (1) the error striking lacking the top of the bridge of the nose and lacking in hair detail nFDC retaining much original mint brilliance (£175 - £225) 1382) German States (62) Prussia (38) most 4 Groschen 17971813, Fair to Fine (one holed), Julich-Berg (24) Half Stuber (18) and Quarter Stuber (6) 1766-1804 VG to Near Fine (£160 - £200) 1383) German States 18th to 20th Century (30) includes Bavaria 3 Marks 1911D GVF with some edge nicks, along with mostly billon and copper issues from a number of states, Bavaria, Hamburg, Brunswick & Luneburg, Wurttemberg, Baden, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Nassau, Prussia, in mixed circulated grades (£120 - £150) 1384) Germany - Federal Republic 1 Mark KM#110 (104) 1954D, 1954F (3), 1954G (2), 1954J (3), 1955D, 1955F (2), 1955G, 1955J (2), 1956D (4), 1956F (7), 1956G (2), 1956J (3), 1957D (4), 1957G (2), 1957J (3), 1958D, 1958F (2), 1958G, 1958J (2), 1959D, 1959F (4), 1959J (7), 1960D (4), 1960F (2), 1960J, 1961F, 1961G (3), 1961J, 1962D (3), 1962F (2), 1962G (2), 1962J (4), 1963F, 1963G (3), 1963J (3), 1964F1966D, 1966J in a stock box in mixed grades generally F to GVF (£220 - £260)

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1385) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks (3) 1931A KM#56 GVF, 1931J KM#56 VF, 1932F KM#56 GVF with some edge bruises (£75 - £125) 1386) Germany (17) Third Reich Five Reichsmarks (3) 1934A, 1934D and 1934F all Fine, Prussia Three Marks 1913 100th Anniversary of the Defeat of Napoleon EF, Prussia Two Marks 1902A NVF, One Mark (8) 1874F VG, 1876A VG, 1881D VG, 1882J VG, 1892A Fine, 1902D NF, 1906A VG, 1907A Fine, 10 Pfennigs (3) 1875J VG, 1888A VG, 1906J Fine, 5 Pfennigs 1874A NF, as part of a group of World 19th and 20th Century mainly base metal in mixed grades (total weight over 5 Kilos) (£150 - £200) 1387) Germany 19th and 20th Century Empire, German States, Weimar Republic and Third Reich issues, (88) includes Saarland (4) 100 Franken 1955 VF, 50 Franken 1954 NVF, 20 Franken 1954 NVF, and 10 Franken 1954 VF, 2 Reichsmarks 1933F Martin Luther EF, also includes other silver issues, in mixed grades with some VF or better (£200 - £250) 1388) Germany Federal Republic 5 Marks 1969G Theodor Fontane 1819-1898 KM#125.1 Proofs (2), KM#125.2 Error Proof (1) the error striking lacking the top of the bridge of the nose and lacking in hair detail nFDC retaining much original mint brilliance (£90 - £120) 1389) Germany Porcelain money (14) 5 Marks to 10 Pfennigs from a variety of states including Saxony (4), Luckau, Gotha, Kitzingen, Grosswartenberg, Munsterberg (3), Lippstadt, Luckau and Hannover, EF (£80 - £100) 1390) Guatemala (5) 4 Reales 1867, 2 Reales (2) 1864, 1898, 20 Cents 1861, 1866 VG to Near Fine (£120 - £150) 1391) Guernsey Ten Pounds 2004 60th Anniversary of D-Day 5oz. Silver Proof KM#151 nFDC in capsule, the capsule cracked (£45 - £55) 1392) Hong Kong (11) One Dollar 1978, 50 Cents 1973 (2), Ten Cents 1895, 1896, 1898 (2), 1899, 2935, 1938, 1939, Straits Settlements Five Cents (3) 1901, 1910 (2), Malaya Five Cents 1961, Thailand Half Baht BE2472 (1929)Y#49 Att Y#22 RS114, Tibet 5 Sho BE1622 Y#28.1, Malay Peninsula - Kelantan Pitis, AH1314 struck in Tin with incuse design KM#10, in mixed grades Fine to NEF (£70 - £90) 1393) Hong Kong 5 Cents 1901 KM#5 (12) A/UNC to UNC and lustrous one with light toning (£100 - £150) 1394) India (8) One Rupee (4) 1835 (2) 1840 Split Legend, 1840 Continuous Legend, Half Rupees (2) 1835, 1840 Split Legend, Quarter Rupees (2) 1835, 1840 Split Legend mostly Fine to Good Fine, the Victoria Rupees GVF-NEF (£220 £260) 1395) India 19th and 20th Century (78) One Rupee to 1/12 Anna a varied group with Quarter Anna 1835 NEF (2) others in mixed grades some EF (£70 - £100) 1396) India a small group (6) One Anna 1908 (3) Lustrous UNC with hints of gold tone, 1/12th Anna 1835 (3) UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£40 - £60) 1397) India and Indian States (18) One Rupee (12) 1892 Bombay GVF, 1903 VF, 1904 GF, 1908 NVF, 1945 Bombay, Small 5 EF, Alwar 1878 Near Fine, Hyderabad AH1335 GVF, Hyderabad

AH1279/6 Fine, Hyderabad AH1281/8 Fine, Hyderabad AH1194/10 Fine, C#48.1 date off flan VG, Kashmir VS1919 (1862) VG, Half Rupee 1918 Bombay EF, Quarter Rupee (3) 1840 VF, 1904 GF, 1945 Bombay NEF, 2 Annas 1841 VF, Kutch Half Kori VS1891/2 Near Fine (£120 - £160) 1398) India and related mostly early unattributed pieces, some in silver ranging from the Roman era to 20th century Tibet (29) a small proportion possibly contemporary imitations or spurious, mixed circulated grades and bought as seen (£100 - £200) 1399) India Quarter Rupee 1835 Calcutta Mint, F incuse on truncation, 19 Berries, 10 to the left and 9 to the right, with Large Date numerals, and no stop after the date (a mule from the preceding issue reverse dies) KM#448.5 variant (Pridmore 89) NEF with some edge nicks and two striking flaws on the obverse, as part of a group of India Quarter Rupee 1835 India and Indian States (25) includes One Rupee (2) 1840 Legend continuous over bust,1916 Bombay EF, Half Rupees (2) 1840 Legend continuous over bust, About Fine, 1936 Bombay, Two Annas (2) 1884 VF holed, 1886 NEF, in mixed grades to GEF (£200 - £250) 1400) Indian (24) One Rupee (12) 1835 (6), 1840 Split legend (3), 1840 Continuous legend (3), Quarter Rupee (3) 1835, 1840, 1918, Two Annas (2) 1890, 1917, Half Anna (2) 1835, 1862, Quarter Anna 1858, 20 Cash 1808, 10 Cash 1808 (3) in mixed grades a few VF to GVF (£300 - £400) 1401) Indian States - Indore Half Annas (100), Quarter Annas (200) 1886-1903 in mixed circulated grades (£320 - £360) 1402) Indian States One Rupee (3) Bikanir 1892 KM#72 EF or near so with traces of lustre, Alwar 1882 KM#45 GVF/NEF, Mewar VS1985 Thin characters Y#22.1 Lustrous UNC in a presentation box (£30 - £60) 1403) Iran (10) 5000 Dinars - 5 Kran AH1320 (1903) KM#976 A/ UNC, 10 Rials AH1323 KM#1146 EF toned, 2000 Dinars AH1332 KM#1057 GF, 5 Rials (2) AH1323 VF with tone spots, AH1327 EF, 1000 Dinars (2) AH1329 KM#1038 Toned UNC, AH1330 KM#1038 Toned EF, 50 Dinars AH1332 EF, 1 Rial SH1327KM#1143 EF with some toning, Half Rial SH1314 KM#1128 GVF (£55 - £75) 1404) Ireland (18) Halfcrowns (6) 1928, 1930 (2), 1931, 1933, 1934 Near Fine to NVF, Florins (5) 1934, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942 NVF to GVF, Shilling 1928 NEF, Sixpences (3) 1928, 1952, 1956, Ten Shillings 1966 (2) both EF, Punt 2000 UNC (£140 - £160) 1405) Ireland (3) Ten Pence Bank Token 1813 GVF nicely toned, Halfpennies (2) 1766 NVF, 1775 VF, Isle of Man Halfpenny 1813 GVF, GB Three Shilling Bank token 1814 VF/GVF toned, Ex NGC AU55, Ceylon Half Stuiver 1815 NVF (£60 - £120) 1406) Ireland Farthings (15) 1928 (2), 1930, 1932 (2), 1933 (4), 1935 (2), 1936, 1939, 1944 (2) , one of the 1944 coins Fine, the others NVF to EF (£60 - £80) 1407) Ireland Gunmoney (5) Halfcrowns Large Size (2) 1689 Sepr. Fine with some corrosion, 1689 Sepr: VG, Small Size (2) 1690 May (2) Fine and Good Fine with surface marks, Shilling 1689 10r Fine (£220 - £260)

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1408) Ireland Halfpennies (10) 1693 (2), 1737, 1741, 1750, 1752, 1760 (2), 1769 (2) VG to VF (£200 - £250) 1409) Italian States (6) Kingdom of Napoleon 5 Lire 1808M VG/ Fine, Sicily (2) 10 Grani 1815VB KM#251 VG, Naples (4) One Grano 1792 P/AP Fine, 10 Tournesi 1831 Fine/Good Fine, 4 Cavalli 1804 VG/Fine the reverse with some scratches, 10 Grana 1859 Fine, and Italy (2) 2 Lire 1863N BN Bold Fine, 1 Lire 1915 EF (£300 - £400) 1410) Italy (27) 5 Lire 1950, 2 Lire (3) 1916 (EF), 1939, 1941, 1 Lira 1922, 50 Centesimi (7) 1919 (2), 1920 (2), 1921 (2), 1925, 20 Centesimi (2) 1920, 1940, 10 Cenesimi (9) 1866H (2), 1894 B/I (3), 1911 50th Anniversary of the Kingdom, 1921, 1926, 1931, 5 Centesimi (2) 1932, 1940, 2 Centesimi 1861M, 1 Centesimo 1900 in mixed , Papal States 10 Soldi 1869 VG (£80 - £100) 1411) Italy (44) 1 Lira (4) 1912R EF/NEF, 1913R, NEF, 1915R GVF,1917 NEF/EF 1915R GVF, 5 Lire (1) 1936R GVF/VF, 10 Lire (39) 1936R GVF, 1948R (1) (£280 - £320)

1420) Mozambique 1975 (12) Metica and 50 Centimos and Centimo 1975 the scarce KM95, KM96 and KM90 issues (4 of each) Unc or near so (£400 - £800) 1421) Mozambique 1975 (6) Metica and 50 Centimos and Centimo 1975 the scarce KM95, KM96 and KM90 issues (2 of each) Unc or near so (£200 - £400) 1422) Mozambique 50 Centimos 1975 the scarce KM95 Unc or near so (6), and 1 Metica 1975 (9) Unc or near so (£300 £500) 1423) Netherlands East Indies - Batavian Republic One Keping (4) AH1247 (3), AH1250 VF as part of a group of Asia (128) includes Malaya, New Guinea, Japan, Straits Settlements, and Hong Kong, mostly 20th Century issues with some silver minors, in mixed grades some later dates EF (£200 - £250)

1412) Italy 500 Lire (43) 1958R (8), 1959R (3), 1960R (5), 1966R (19), 1967R (1), 1965 700th Anniversary of the Birth of Dante Alighieri (7) A/UNC to UNC many lustrous, some choice (£400 - £500)

1424) Netherlands East Indies and related (10) Netherlands East Indies (4) Quarter Gulden (3) 1834 Good Fine, 1854 Fine, 1929 A/UNC and lustrous, One Tenth Gulden 1915 UNC and lustrous, 2 1/2 Cents 1915 Fine, Sumatra (6) Two Cents (Double Duit) 1839 Fair, Quarter Stuivers (4) 1826 (3) A/ UNC, 1836 VG, Singapore Merchants One Keping AH1247 Fine (£60 - £80)

1413) Japan (11) 50 Sen (5) Year 6 (1873), Year 30 (1897), Year 31 (1898), Year 32 (1899), Year 38 (1905), 10 Sen Year 26 (1893), 5 Sen (5) 1873 Year 6 characters not connected (3), 1875 Year 8, 1877 Year 10 NEF to GEF some with lustre, some with attractive toning (£230 - £260)

1425) New Zealand (13) 2 Cents undated mule with Bahamas Obverse/2 Cents Reverse UNC, Halfcrowns (4) 1942, 1943, 1945, 1946 NVF to GVF, Florins (8) 1933, 1934, 1935, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1946, 1961, the 12934 Florin NF others Fine to GVF (£180 - £220)

1414) Japan 20 Sen Y#24 (21) 1876 Year 9 (4), 1885 Year 18 (1), 1893 Year 26 (1), 1895 Year 28 (1), 1897 Year 30 (2), 1898 Year 31 (4), 1899 Year 32 (8) NEF to UNC (£225 - £275)

1426) New Zealand Halfcrown 1940 Centennial NEF, as part of a group of New Zealand, New Guinea, Fiji (53) includes some silver and a few token issues, in mixed grades with some lustrous (£150 - £200)

1415) Latvia 1 Lats 1924 KM#7 (7) A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, Lithuania (33) 2 Litu 1925 KM#77 (15), 1 Litas 1925 KM#76 (18) NEF to UNC, some toned, a few with spots (£260 £320) 1416) Modern Cupro Crowns including Five Pounds, some lustrous Channel Islands bronze issues including 19th century, Britain’s First Decimal Coins blue wallet sets (50) and some useful FAO Caribbean 4 Dollars crowns and more (lot) (£150 - £250) 1417) Monaco 2 Francs (3) 1924 KM#112 A/UNC and lustrous, 1926 KM#115 (2) Toned UNC with traces of lustre, and NEF with signs of light cleaning, now retoned (£75 - £100) 1418) Morocco (29) 5 Dirhams (5) AH1299 (1881) Paris Mint, AH1320 (1901) London Mint , AH1321 (1902) London Mint, AH1336 (1917) Paris Mint (2) , 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1299 Paris (6), Dirhams (7) AH1299 Paris Y#5 (3) AH1310 Paris Y#5 (2), AH1320 London Y#19, AH1321 London, Half Dirhams (11) AH1299 Paris Y#4 (4), AH1320 Paris (2) Y#18.2, AH1321 London Y#18.1 (5) in mixed grades, a few EF and lustrous (£220 - £260) 1419) Morocco (9) 500 Francs 1956 (2) 200 Francs 1953 (2), 100 Francs 1953 (2), Rial (10 Dirhams) (3) AH1329 Y#25, AH1331 Paris Y#33, AH1336 Paris Y#33 EF to A/UNC (£175 - £225)

1427) New Zealand Penny Tokens 1864 KM#Tn22 (3) each Fine, one cleaned and retoned, British North Borneo Plantation Tokens (3) Tenom Rubber Co.Ltd 50 Cents Octagonal, Fine, pierced, London Borneo Tobacco Cy. (2) One Dollar Near Fine, worn in the centre, Half Dollar VG/Fine (£50 - £100) 1428) Norway (11) One Krone 1936, 10 Ore (4) 1874, 1892, 1901, 1909, 5 Ore (3) 1878, 1907, 1922, One Ore 1893, 24 Skillings 1852, 12 Skillings 1852 Near Fine to VF (£90 £120) 1429) Norway (32) 2 Skilling 1871, Half Skilling (3) 1867, 1 Krone 1950, 10 Ore (3) 1874, 1911, 1941, 5 Ore (6) 1876 (3), 1896 (3), 2 Ore (14) 1876 (2), 1877 (4), 1889 (2), 1891, 1893, 1902, 1944 (3), 1 Ore (4) 1876, 1891, 1893, 1902 in mixed grades Fine to VF, along with Scandinavian (70) mostly 20th Century issues, in mixed grades (£130 - £160) 1430) Norway (41) 1 Krone 1901, 1914, 50 Ore 1891, 25 Ore (2) 1911, 1943, 10 Ore (4) 1874, 1877 (About Fine, Rare), 1941 (2), 5 Ore (15) 1875, 1896, 1899, 1902, 1907, 1917, 1942, 1943 (5), 1944 (3), 2 Ore (6) 1877, 1893, 1897, 1907, 1943, 1944, 1 Ore (9) 1876 (2), 1877, 1884 (2), 1906, 1943 (3), 1 Skilling 1816, 2 Skilling 1871 (EF), Sweden (2) 2 Ore 1864, 2/3 Skilling 1835, unless stated, in mixed circulated grades (£260 - £320) 1431) Norway 50 Ore 1955 UNC with a light pastel tone, 10 Ore (2) 1899 A/UNC, 1909 UNC or near so, lightly toning, 1 Ore 1906 UNC and lustrous (£80 - £100)

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1432) Palestine (10) 100 Mils 1939, 50 Mils (3) 1935, 1939, 1942, 20 Mils (2) 1941 (2), 10 Mils 1941, 2 Mils 1945, 1 Mil (2) 1941, 1943 in mixed grades NVF to GEF the coppers with lustre (£300 - £400)

1443) Portuguese India Rupia 1935 EF as part of a group of Asia, India, China and Thailand (49) mostly 20th Century with a few earlier pieces in mixed grades a few later pieces lustrous (£100 - £150)

1433) Palestine (11) 100 Mils 1935 NEF, 10 Mils (2) 1939, 1942 (UNC), 5 Mils (4) 1935 (3), 1942, 2 Mils 1927 (2), 1 Mil 1927, 1939 in mixed grades Fine to VF unless stated (£100 - £150)

1444) Puerto Rico (2) 10 Centavos 1896 PGV KM#21 VF, 5 Centavos 1896 PGV KM#20 NVF the obverse with a tone spot in the field, along with South America minors (11) 20th Century issues from Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela and Peru (£200 - £250)

1434) Palestine (21) 100 Mils 1927, 50 Mils (2) 1935, 1939, 20 Mils 1942 (3), 10 Mils (2) 1927, 1942, 5 Mils 1934, 2 Mils (3) 1927, 1941 (2), 1 Mil (9) 1927 (7), 1941, 1942 Near Fine to VF, along with British North Borneo One Cent 1904H About Fine (£120 - £150) 1435) Palestine (26) 10 Mils (3) 1927, 1934, 1939, 5 Mils (4) 1927 (2), 1935 (2), 2 Mils 1927 (8), 1 Mil 1927 (4), 1935, 1937 (2, one NEF), 1939 (3), 1941 in mixed grades to NEF (£60 - £80) 1436) Palestine 5 Mils a high grade group (22) 1927 KM#3 (15), 1939 KM#3 (7) A/UNC to Lustrous UNC, some with attractive toning (£400 - £500) 1437) Peru (14) Half Sol (8) 1907 (2) LIMA FG-JR (2) UNC and A/UNC, 1922 GEF/AU scarce, 1927GN (2) GEF and Toned UNC, 1929GM (3) EF, GEF and A/UNC, along with (6) Real 1850 KM#143.1 Good Fine, Real 1860YB KM#181 Lustrous UNC, Half Real 1860YB KM#180 UNC and lustrous, Dinero 1866YB KM#190 UNC or near so with small rim nicks, Centavo 1864 KM#187.1 UNC with good subdued lustre, Peseta 1880 BF Dot after B below shield KM#200.2 NVF (£220 - £260) 1438) Peru 8 Reales 1826 LIMA Fine, toned as part of a group of and South America 19th and 20th Century (56) includes some silver items, in mixed grades (£300 - £400) 1439) Peru includes many Mint Error Mis-Strikes (36) 50 Centimos 1990s issue (31), 1 Sol 1975 (14), 1976 (14) KM#266.1 plus a further 3 mint error mis-strikes with the date off the flan (31) includes many struck considerably off centre, some showing up to 11mm of blank flan, Half Sol (3) 1975 (1), 1976 (3), all struck off-centre, 5 Centimos 1991-1993 LIMA CHAVEZ (1) mis-struck, off-centre with the date off the flan, mostly GEF to UNC, some with lustre, an interesting group (£200 - £250) 1440) Portugal 500 Reis (3) 1898 400th Anniversary of the Discovery of India KM#538 UNC or very near so and lustrous, 1908 (2) KM#547 VF/GVF (2), 5 Escudos (2) 1933 KM#581 UNC and lustrous, 1934 KM#581 EF, 2 1/2 Escudo 1932 KM#580 EF, 50 Reis 1879, 1889, Lustrous UNC (£170 - £220) 1441) Portugal and related (23) Portugal Escudo 1955 KM#586, Angola 10 Escudos (7) 1952 (3), 1955 (4), St. Thomas & Prince (4) 10 Escudos 1971, 5 Escudos 1962 (3), Cape Verde 10 Escudos 1953 (2), Macau 1 Pataca 1952, Mozambique (8) 10 Escudos (2) 1936, 1938, 5 Escudos 1935 (5) 50 Centavos 1950 NEF to Lustrous UNC (£170 - £220) 1442) Portugal and related (6) Portugal Escudo 1916 KM#564 GEF/AU and lustrous, 50 Centavos 1916 KM#561 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks, 20 Centavos 1916 KM#562 A/UNC and lustrous, 10 C centavos 1915 KM#563 UNC, Angola 10 Centavos 1923 KM#63 GEF, Mozambique 2 1/2 Escudos 1950KM#68 UNC lightly toned (£80 - £100)

1445) Russia (15) One Rouble 1896 AΓ, 20 Kopeks 1956, 15 Kopeks (2) 1899, 1914, 10 Kopeks (3) 1902, 1922, 1956, 5 Kopeks 1865EM, 3 Kopeks 1910, 2 Kopeks (3) 1811, 1812, 1868, Kopeks (3) 1853, 1855, 1911, in mixed circulated grades (£80 - £100) 1446) Russia (21) Rouble 1965 20th Anniversary of Victory in World War II (2) (UNC), 20 Kopeks (3) 1910, 1912, 1914, 5 Kopeks (5) 1772 EM, 1782 EM, 1864, 1865, 1874, 2 Kopeks (6) 1813HM, 1814HM, 1816HM, 1843EM, 1859EM, 1873EM, 1 Kopek (2) 1840 CПM, 1841 CПM, Medallic Modern Fantasy pieces (2) (UNC), unless stated, in mixed grades VG to VF with some later pieces lustrous (£110 £140) 1447) Russia Fantasies (8) of scarce and rare Patterns, of good style, includes 10 Kopek 1834, 5 Kopek 1787, 4 Kopek (2) 1755 and 1762, 2 Kopek 1803 and more, GVF to UNC (£65 - £85) 1448) Russia Patina Collection 1 1/2 Rouble Fantasy 1832 Nicholas I, Obverse 1, (19) each in .925 silver and weighing 28.2 to 28.3 grammes, Prooflike UNC and lustrous (£240 - £280) 1449) Russia Patina Collection 1 1/2 Rouble Fantasy 1832 Nicholas I, Obverse 1, (19) each in .925 silver and weighing 28.2 to 28.3 grammes, Prooflike UNC and lustrous (£240 - £280) 1450) Russia Patina Collection 1 1/2 Rouble Fantasy 1832 Nicholas I, Obverse 1, (19) each in .925 silver and weighing 28.2 to 28.3 grammes, Prooflike UNC and lustrous (£240 - £280) 1451) Russia Rouble 1913 300th Anniversary of the Romanov dynasty Y#70 VF along with Russia (28) 20 Kopeks (5) 1905, 1913, 1936, 1940, 1952, 15 Kopeks (5) 1893, 1903, 1904, 1907, 1936, 10 Kopeks (3) 1902, 1929, 1956, 5 Kopeks (2) 1793 EM, 1892, 3 Kopeks (3) 1842, 1860, 1939, 2 Kopeks (7) 1799EM, 1874EM, 1903, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1910, 1 Kopek (2) 1840, 1903, Quarter Kopek 1840, German States - Saxony-Albertine 1/6th Thaler 1750 , in mixed grades, along with a further group of Russia (25) 1 Rouble 1978, 50 Kopeks 1896, 20 Kopeks (4) Catherine II 1783-1793 date worn, 1878, 1912, 1914, 15 Kopeks1862, 10 Kopeks 1898, 5 Kopeks (3) 1836, 18801961, 3 Kopeks (2) 1899, 1970, 2 Kopeks (8) 1813, 1814, 18-- (date worn), 1899, 1908, 1913, 1915, 1936 1 Kopek (3) 18969, 1899, 1913, and a Medalet 1883 Alexander III, Moscow, these in mixed grades (£320 - £360) 1452) Sarawak (16) 10 Cents 1934H, One Cent (13) 1863, 1870, 1879, 1880 (3), 1892, 1927H (2), 1929H, 1930, 1937H, Half Cent 1870, 1933H, British North Borneo One Cent (2) 1887H, 1890H, (2) North Borneo (6) 5 Cents 1903H, 1 Cent (5) 1921H (2), 1935H, 1938H, 1941H, Malaya and British Borneo (8) 50 Cents 1954, 20 Cents (2) 1957KN, 1961, 10 Cents 1961H (5), Malaya (6) 10 Cents 1950, 5 Cents (4)

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1948 (2), 1950, 1961, Half Cent 1940, Straits Settlements One Cent 1919, Hong Kong 50 Cents 1965 in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£150 - £200) 1453) Serbia (138) 2 Dinara 1915 (16) , One Dinar (67) 1912 (28), 1915 (39), 50 Para 1915 (55) NVF to Lustrous UNC, many are lustrous or with attractive toning (£600 - £700)

1463) South and Central America (97) from a variety of countries 19th and 20th Century, Haiti, Argentina, Jamaica, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Honduras, includes Mexico - Oaxaca 20 Centavos 1915, and a Farthing-sized copper with M countermark, with some in silver, in mixed circulated grades to NEF (£360 - £420)

1454) Shipwrecked (3) Netherlands Ducaton Utrecht 1711 KM#83.1 Fine with some surface marks, Netherlands Ducaton Overijssel-Kampen 1679 KM#61.2 VG, Spanish Netherlands - Brabant Ducaton 1656 KM#72.1 Near Fine with some weak areas (£120 - £150)

1464) South and Central America 19th and 20th Century (36) includes Bolivia 4 Soles 1830, 50 Cents 1892 plus issues from Brazil, Haiti, Costa Rica, Chile Colombia, Chile, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Guatemala and Peru, includes silver minors, in mixed grades to GVF, along with Ethiopia Gersh EE1891 VF (£210 - £280)

1455) South Africa (265) 10 Cents (41) 1961 (7), 1962 (2), 1963 (5), 1964 (27) Lustrous UNC, Threepences (149) 1923 (11), 1924 (21), 1925 KM#A15 (6), 1925 KM#15.1 (12), 1926 (8), 1927 (6), 1928 (1), 1929 (1), 1930 (7), 1932 (7), 1933 (37), 1934 (7), 1935 (15), 1936 (10), these VG to VF, Threepences a further group (63) 1948 (38), 1949 (25) a couple VF others GEF to UNC and lustrous, 2 1/2 Cents 1961 (53) Lustrous UNC, Southern Rhodesian (4) Sixpences (2) 1937 VF/NEF, 1939 GF, Threepence 1944 VF with a small spot on the reverse, Penny 1950 (£220 - £260)

1465) Spain (129) One Escudo 1867 type as KM#626.1, the 6 struck over another digit (5 or 3) with strong evidence of a point showing at the top left Good Fine the date area very clear, 10 Centimos (46) 1870 OM (20), 1877OM (10), 1879 (6), 5 Centimos (80) 1870 OM (51), 1877OM (10), 1878OM (5), 1878OM (1), 1879OM (13), 2 1/2 Centimos 1868 8-pointed star KM#634.1, 2 Centimos 1870, One Centimo 1913 in mixed grades mostly Fine to VF, some GVF to UNC (£200 - £250)

1456) South Africa (51) Halfcrowns (8) 1941, 1942 (4), 1943, 1944 (2), Shillings (8) 1929, 1930, 1937 (3), 1941, 1942 (3), 1937, 1938, 1950 (2), Sixpences (32) 1923, 1926 (3), 1927, 1929, 1932 (5), 1933, 1936, 1937 (2), 1938 (2), 1940 (2), 1941 (3), 1942 (4), 1948, 1950 (5), in mixed grades to VF, along with Pennies (2) 1926 GVF, 1934 EF toned, Halfpenny 1934 EF (£100 - £125) 1457) South Africa (6) Halfcrowns (2) 1896 GVF, 1936 About EF, Two Shillings (3) 1892 VG, 1897 Good Fine, 1940 VF, Shilling 1892 Good Fine, as part of a group of Africa (93) includes South Africa, East Africa, Mozambique, Southern Rhodesia and Rhodesia and Nyasaland, includes many silver minors, in mixed grades with some VF to EF, along with New Guinea Shillings (4) 1935, 1945 (23) VF to EF (£300 - £350) 1458) South Africa Halfcrowns to Pennies (54) Halfcrowns (2), Two Shillings (3), Shillings (13), Sixpences (14), Threepences (21), and an imitation Pond 1896, includes some ZAR issues, in mixed grades to EF (£150 - £200) 1459) South Africa Proof Set 1956 (8 coins) Halfcrown to Farthing (unboxed) nFDC with some toning, along with South Africa in PCGS holders (5) Sixpence 1954 Proof PCGS PR66, Threepence 1954 Proof PCGS PR66, Penny 1954 Proof PCGS PR65 RD, Halfpenny 1954 Proof PR65 RD, Farthing 1954 Proof PR66 RB (£150 - £200) 1460) South Africa Republic (266) 20 Cents (75) 1961 (8), 1962 (12), 1963 (19), 1964 (36) EF to UNC, 5 Cents 1963 (104), 1964 (87) all but a few in EF to lustrous UNC (£475 - £525) 1461) South Africa Silver Crowns 1948 - 1956 (12), Canada Silver Dollars 1936 -1967 (7) these mixed grades though mostly EF - Unc along with British Commonwealth smaller denominations (30) many in silver 20th century issues in mixed grades (£200 - £300) 1462) South American Silver Crowns (25) Columbia (1) 1956, Mexico (17) 1947 - 1968, Haiti (1) 1882, Peru (1) 1926, Ecuador (1) 1944, El Salvador (2) 1908 and 1911, Uruguay (1) 1877, Venezuela (1) 1986 mixed grades but most EF Unc (£200 - £350)

1466) Spain 25 Centimos 1937 KM#753 (1660) mostly in mixed circulated grades with some EF to UNC Civil Period, Government in Burgos issue interesting 1 year type (£75 - £250) 1467) Spain Cartagena Revolutionary 5 Pesetas 1873 VG KM716, New Zealand 1970 Royal Visit Mint Sets in the red wallets of issue (24) Unc some toning and Cook Islands Proof Cased Crowns (2) FDC, GB Victorian Crown and Double Florin both about Fine, and a small quantity of 20th century base metal issues (£60 - £100) 1468) Spain Five Pesetas 1889 (89) MP M KM#589 UNC/AU the obverse unevenly toned, Norway (2) 12 Skilling 1856 6 over 5 KM#314.2 Fine, Norway 2 Kroner 1906 EF, Netherlands (2) Gulden 1897 Fine, Half Gulden 1868 Fine, German States - Bavaria Thaler 1765A, VG/Near Fine, Denmark (2) Skilling 1771 Fine, 2 Skilling 1810 Good Fine with an edge nick, Sweden 10 Ore 1858 ST Fine/Good Fine (£75 - £150) 1469) Spain One Centimo 1913 PC-V (5) UNC with practically full lustre, along with Portugal and related (23) Portugal (2) 500 Escudos 1999 Macau’s return to China, 10 Escudo 1954, Mozambique (13) 5 Escudos (6) 1938, 1949 (5), 2 1/2 Escudos (3) 1942 (2), 1950, 1 Escudo 1950, 50 Centavos 1945, 20 Centavos 1936 KM#64, 10 Centavos 1936, Timor 5 Escudos 1970 (8), mostly EF to UNC some lustrous (£225 - £275) 1470) Spanish American Cobs (11) 8 Reales (3) one dated 1782, 4 Reales (1), 2 Reales (4) one dated 1730, 1 Real (3), stated by the vendor to be from Florida shipwrecks (no paperwork) in mixed grades, along with a further group (11, one holed and plugged) 2 Reales (5) 1679, 1684, 1686 (2), 1732, 1 Real (6) 1696, 1707, others worn or with dates missing (£325 - £375) 1471) Straits Settlements (11) 20 Cents (8) 1884 NEF and lustrous, 1895 (2) both Good Fine, one with a stain on the reverse, 1898 (2) Good Fine and NVF, 1899 (2) NVF and lustrous NEF, 1919 About VF, 10 Cents (2) 1900 About VF, 1902 About VF, Half Cent 1916 VF (£105 - £125)

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1472) Straits Settlements (20) 20 Cents 1935 (4), 10 Cents 1927 (12), 5 Cents 1935 (4) EF to UNC many with attractive colour and/or lustrous, India (16) One Rupee (7) 1941 Bombay (2), 1942 Bombay, 1944 Bombay (3), 1944 Lahore (1), Half Rupee (9) 1943 Bombay, 1944 Bombay (1), 1944 Lahore (5), 1945 Bombay (1), 1945 Lahore (1) in mixed grades to EF, some lustrous, some with toning (£300 - £350)

EF and lustrous A/UNC, 1 Krona (13) 1930 GEF/AU, 1932 A/ UNC toned, 1935 (2) UNC and attractively toned AU/UNC, 1939 (2) both lustrous EF, 1941 UNC with touches of gold tone, 1943G Plain 4 Lustrous UNC, 1945 TS/G GEF, 1947 EF with a tone spot, 1949 (2) Lustrous UNC and lustrous A/UNC, 1950 Lustrous UNC,2 Ore 1949 EF toned with a few small rust spots, 1 Ore 1945 NEF (£110 - £140)

1473) Straits Settlements (39) 50 Cents 1908, 10 Cents (11) 1882H, 1884, 1891, 1893 (2), 1894 (2), 1897, 1898 (2), 1900, 5 Cents (27) 1887 (2), 1895 (4), 1896, 1897H, 1898, 1899 (3), 1900 (4), 1900H, 1901 (4), 1910 (5), 1920 in mixed grades VG to VF (£200 - £250)

1481) Sweden (35) 50 Ore 1898, 25 Ore (12) 1876ST, 1880, 1898, 1904 (2), 1907 (2), 1910W, 1912W, 1914W, 1919W, 1933G, 10 Ore (19) 1883, 1887, 1894, 1897, 1898 (3), 1899, 1900 (2), 1904 (2), 1907 (5) GVF to UNC includes some lustrous pieces (£300 - £400)

1474) Straits Settlements (7) 50 Cents 1908 Fine, 10 Cents (3) 1874H VG, 1894 VG, 1901 GVF, One Cent 1872H VG, Quarter Cent (2) 1845 Fine, some verdigris, 1898 VG/Fine, along with Hong Kong 20 Cents 1889 About Fine (£150 £200)

1482) Sweden (37) 2 Kronor (5) 1930 AU/UNC, 1931 NEF/EF, 1934 UNC, 1935 UNC, 1939 UNC, all lustrous, 1 Krona (5) 1936 A/UNC, 1937 A/UNC, 1938 UNC, 1941 Lustrous A/UNC, 1949 Lustrous UNC, 25 Ore 1907 VF, 10 Ore (3) 1907 UNC toned, 1920 Toned UNC, 1947 Lustrous UNC, 5 Ore (12) 1875 Fine, 1884 Good Fine, 1897 Good Fine and EF, 1898 VF, 1899 NEF/GVF, 1902 (2) About EF and A/UNC and nicely toned, 1903 NEF, 1907 (3) all NEF, 2 Ore (6) 1872 EF,1938 Toned UNC, 1942 Iron EF with a few small rust marks, 1946 A/UNC, 1947 GEF, 1949 About UNC toned, 1 Ore (5) 1877 NVF, 1880 Large Date NVF with some scratches, 1891 UNC nicely toned, 1904 UNC, 1905 Toned UNC (£160 - £200)

1475) Straits Settlements One Cent (9) 1845 (5) 1862, 1883, 1895, 1901, British North Borneo One Cent (12) 1882H, 1884H, 1885H, 1886H, 1887H, 1888H, 1889H, 1890H, 1891H, 1894H, 1896H, 1907H VG to Fine (£200 - £250) 1476) Straits Settlements One Cent to Quarter Cent (58) , One Cent (36) 1845 (4), 1862 (4), 1872H, 1874, 1874H (3), 1875 (2), 1875W, 1876 (3), 1877 (3), 1885 (2), , 1890 (2), 1891 (2), 1900, 1901, 1903, 1904 (3), 1908, Half Cents (16), 1845 (2), 1862 (2), 1872H (2), 1873 (3) (Fair, Very Rare), 1884 (4), 1889, 1908, 1916, Quarter Cents (6) 1845 (2), 1884, 1899, 1901, 1916 Fair to Fine (£400 - £500) 1477) Sweden (18) 25 Ore (4) 1881 Fine, 1890 VF, 1907 EF/VF, 1947 Lustrous UNC, 10 Ore 1947TS Lustrous UNC, 5 Ore (11) 1881 NVF, 1889 Large Lettering, 1891 GVF , 1895 VF toned, 1903 NEF, 1905 VF, 1907 NEF, 1943 Iron UNC, 1944 Iron UNC, 1945 UNC (2), 1 Ore (2) 1877 About VF, 1880 About Fine (£100 - £120) 1478) Sweden (24) 1 Krona (14) 1928 Lustrous EF/AU, 1930 Lustrous A/UNC, 1932 Lustrous A/UNC, 1934 Lustrous UNC with attractive toning, 1935 Lustrous UNC, 1936 Lustrous UNC, 1939 Lustrous UNC, 1940 A/UNC and lustrous, 1947 Lustrous UNC, 1948 UNC with attractive tone, 1949 A/UNC and lustrous, 1950 UNC with minor cabinet friction, 1 Ore (10) 1867 A/UNC, 1870 (2) Toned UNC and A/UNC, 1871 (2) both GEF/AU and lustrous, 1876 Good Fine with some light surface marks, 1877 VF with a spot on the rim, 1880 GF/ NVF, 1949 AU/UNC, 1950 UNC and lustrous (£200 - £250) 1479) Sweden (26) 2 Kronor (8) 1928 Lustrous UNC, lightly toned, 1931 Lustrous UNC, 1934 Lustrous A/UNC, 1935 A/UNC, 1939 AU/UNC, 1945G Lustrous A/UNC, 1949 EF, 1950 0 over 1 UNC with light toning, 5 Ore (18) 1875 VF, 1881 VF, 1886 GVF, 1887 VF/GVF, 1890 EF and attractively toned with a hint of lustre, 1891 EF with small spots, 1892 GVF, 1897 EF nicely toned, 1898 Fine, 1899 EF/NEF, 1901 GVF, 1903 A/UNC and nicely toned, 1907 NEF, 1913 Toned UNC, 1915 UNC with lustre traces, 1930 UNC with an attractive and colourful ton, 1938 A/UNC toned, and 1941 GEF toned (£235 - £265) 1480) Sweden (29) 2 Kronor (13) 1929 EF, 1931 A/UNC, 1934 (2) both lustrous A/UNC, 1935 Lustrous UNC, 1939 both lustrous UNC, 1944 (2) both UNC with attractive toning, 1945G Lustrous UNC, 1949 Lustrous UNC, 1950 0 over 1 (2)

1483) Sweden (37) 50 Ore (5) 1875 (2), 1883 (2), 1928G, 25 Ore (21) 1880, 1881, 1883, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1902, 1904 (2), 1907 (3), 1910W (2), 1912W, 1914W (5), 1917W, 10 Ore (8) 1887, 1907 (3), 1909 (2), 1931, 1936, 5 Ore 1864, 2 Ore 1873 VF to Lustrous UNC (£400 - £500) 1484) Sweden (40) 2 Kronor (22) 1934G (4), 1935G (6), 1936G (10), 1937G (2), 1 Krona (18) 1933G (1), 1935G (1), 1936G (6), 1937G (7), 1938G, 1941G (2) EF to UNC the vast majority lustrous (£300 - £450) 1485) Sweden 2 Kronor (37) 1942G (7), 1943G (2), 1945G (15), 1945 TS over G (1), 1947TS (9), 1948TS (1), 1950TS (2, one Proof or Prooflike) GVF to BU all lustrous, one of the 1942 coins with some staining (£240 - £280) 1486) Sweden 2 Kronur 1907 Oscar II and Queen Sofia Golden Wedding Anniversary KM#776 VF as part of a group of 19th and 20th Century 1 Krona to 1 Ore (34) and 2/3 Skilling 1836, 1/3 Skilling 1836, 1/4 Skilling 1827 Norway Half Skilling 1840, and Danish West Indies 10 Bits 1905P, in mixed circulated grades (£200 - £250) 1487) Sweden 5 Ore (14) 1875 VF or better, 1878 EF, 1881 (2) both VF, 1884 EF, 1889 Large Lettering EF, 1891 Good Fine, 1892 EF, 1895 NEF/GVF, 1899 UNC or near so, 1901 GVF/ VF, 1904 NEF, 1906 A/UNC, 1907 EF (£170 - £220) 1488) Switzerland (12) 20 Rappen (2) 1881B, 1884B, 10 Rappen (6) 1881B, 1882B, 1883B, 1894B, 1908B, 1911B, 5 Rappen (4) 1895B, 1908B, 1912B, 1920B EF to Lustrous UNC (£260 - £320) 1489) Switzerland (21) 2 Francs (4) 1928B Lustrous UNC, 1944B Lustrous UNC, 1945B Lustrous A/UNC, 1948B Lustrous UNC, 1 Franc (5) 1908 Lustrous EF, 1911B EF, 1940B Lustrous UNC, 1952B (2) both UNC one with a small tone spot, Half Franc (7) 1914B NEF, 1920B(2) Choice Lustrous UNC, and EF, 1921B (2) both lustrous UNC, 1934B VF toned, 20 Rappen 1921B GEF, 10 Rappen (3) 1909B GVF, 1936B

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EF, 1946 UNC, 2 Rappen 1912B About UNC and attractively toned, 1 Rappen 1907B GEF (£200 - £250) 1490) Switzerland (9) One Franc (3) 1910B, 1928B, 1940B, Half Franc (5) 1907B, 1913B, 1914B (2), 1920B, 20 Rappen 1881B A/UNC to UNC and lustrous (£320 - £360) 1491) Switzerland 1 Rappen - 5 Francs 19th and 20th century issues many including earlier types in high grades (lot) (£120 - £200) 1492) Switzerland 10 Rappen 1885B EF as part of a group with 2 Rappen and 1 Rappen (140) 19th and 20th Century issues, some in better grades includes some attractively toned and some lustrous examples (£360 - £420) 1493) Switzerland 1850 to 1970 (99) One Franc (2) 1876B, 1916B, Half Francs (2) 1907B, 1948B, 20 Rappen (6) 1858B, 1883B, 1913B, 1925B, 1932B, 1963B, 10 Rappen (7) 1850BB, 1851BB, 1933B, 1938B, 1939B (2), 1970, 5 Rappen (10) 1850BB (3), 1890B, 1894B, 1895B, 1900B, 1904B, 1909B, 1920B, 2 Rappen (34) 1850A, 1851A (2), 1866B, 1875B (2), 1883B, 1886B, 1890B, 1899B, 1900B, 1907B, 1912B, 1913B, 1915B, 1918B, 1919B, 1925B, 1926B, 1929B, 1930B, 1931B, 1932B, 1933B, 1934B, 1936B, 1937B, 1938B, 1941B, 1942B Zinc, 1943B Zinc, 1944B Zinc, 1945B Zinc, 1946B Zinc, 1 Rappen (38) 1868B, 1872B, 1890B, 1891B, 1898B, 1899B, 1900B, 1905B, 1907B, 1908B, 1912B, 1913B, 1915B, 1919B, 1921B, 1924B, 1925B, 1926B, 1927B, 1928B, 1929B, 1930B, 19631B, 1932B (2), 1933B, 1934B, 1936B, 1937B, 1938B, 1941B, 1942B Zinc (3), 1943B, 1944B, 1945B, 1946B, in mixed grades with a few later dates lustrous, some scarce (£100 - £150) 1494) Switzerland 5 Francs a high grade group (10) 1948B, 1949B, 1953B (2), 1954B (6) A/UNC to UNC and lustrous (£105 £125) 1495) Switzerland 5 Francs a high grade group (9) 1932B A/UNC toned, 1937B Lustrous UNC, 1950B About UNC toned, 1951B UNC or near so and lustrous, 1953B UNC with a tone spot on the obverse, 1954B (3) A/UNC toned and Lustrous UNC (2), 1965B EF toned (£100 - £150) 1496) Switzerland a high grade group (11) 2 Francs (9) 1928B Lustrous UNC, 1939B Lustrous UNC, 1943B Lustrous UNC, 1944B Lustrous UNC (2), 1945B Lustrous UNC, 1946B UNC and lustrous with a small tone spot, 1948B Lustrous UNC with a few flecks of toning, 1953B Lustrous UNC with a few flecks of toning, 1 Franc 1952B Lustrous UNC, Half Franc 1921B Lustrous UNC (£150 - £200) 1497) Switzerland a high grade group (21) 2 Francs 1944 Lustrous A/UNC, 1 Franc (9) 1911B GEF, 1913B EF, 1914B EF/AU toned, 1916 GEF, 1920B EF,1921 EF with a spot on either side, 1937B GEF, 1953B UNC, 10 Rappen (10) 1895B Toned UNC, 1902B About UNC, 1904B EF toned, 1906B About EF, 1907B EF and lustrous, 1909B About EF, 1912B EF, 1936B EF, 1946B EF with a few small spots, 1949B A/UNC with small spots, 2 Rappen 1929B UNC and attractively toned (£180 - £220) 1498) Switzerland a high grade group (24) 1 Franc (12) 1914B EF with gold tone, 1920B (2) GEF and toned A/UNC, 1921 (3) Lustrous UNC and GEF (2), 1928B (2) Lustrous UNC and Lustrous GEF, 1931B GEF, 1934 Toned A/UNC, 1937B GEF, 1946B UNC or near so, Half Francs (12) 1910B EF, 1913B

EF, 1914B A/UNC and lustrous, 1920B (2) A/UNC with gold tone and Lustrous A/UNC, 1921B (2) UNC toned, and UNC with lustre, 1929B UNC or near so and lustrous under gold tone, 1932B GEF, 1934B UNC, 1937B (2) Lustrous EF and Lustrous A/UNC (£150 - £200) 1499) Switzerland a high grade group (25) 2 Francs 1944B UNC and choice with a pleasing residual tone, 1 Franc 1921B Lustrous UNC, 1931 A/UNC, Half Francs (4) 1913B Lustrous GEF, 1929B (2) both Lustrous GEF with light tone, 1937B GEF, 20 Rappen 1944B UNC with minor spots, 10 Rappen (5) 1881B About UNC, 1884B EF, 1925B GEF, 1944B UNC 1946B Lustrous A/UNC, 1952B A/UNC and lustrous, 5 Rappen (6) 1906B A/UNC and lustrous, 1908B UNC, 1920B (2) EF/GEF and toned UNC, 1922B EF, 1927B GEF/AU, 2 Rappen (4) 1897 EF, 1903B VF, 1926 NVF with some surface residue, 1927 VF with some surface residue, 1929 NVF with some spots, 1 Rappen 1905 GEF (£240 - £280) 1500) Switzerland Medal 1891 600th Anniversary of the three forest Cantons - Coat of arms of the three forest cantons (Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden), surrounded by 19 coats of arms of other cantons; Swiss coat of arms between oak branches above / Rütlischwur scene with vistas of Morgarten and Sempach to left and right; Victory hovering above holding palm leaf and wreath GVF with loop mount at the top, 5 Francs (3) 1923B NVF/VF toned, 1932B Fine, 1933B UNC, 1 Franc (5) 1861B, 1887B, 1900B, 1907B, 1909B, Half Franc (3) 1898B, 1903B, 1921B, 1928B, 20 Rappen (6) 1885B, 1891B, 1894B, 1912B, 1913B, 1921B, 20 Rappen (6) 1883B, 1885B, 1899B, 1908B, 1909B, 1965B, 10 Rappen (15) 1850BB, 1873B, 1880B, 1881B, 1884B (4), 1908B (2), 1909B, 1921B, 1930B, 1932B (Lustrous UNC), 1947B, 5 Rappen (13) 1883B, 1885B, 1891B, 1894B (holed), 1903B (2), 1911B, 1914B, 1917B, 1926B, 1929B, 1964B (2), 2 Rappen (4) 1851A, 1888B, 1902B, 1926B, 1 Rappen (6) 1928B, 1931B, 1932B, 1934B, 1937B, 1955B in mixed grades Fair to EF generally in line with age, along with an additional group (105) 2 Francs 1904 About Fine, along with Switzerland 5 Francs to 1 Rappen 1850 onwards, in mixed grades to GEF, some lustrous, also Austria 200 Kronen 1924 (6) VF to EF (£225 - £275) 1501) Switzerland One Franc (81) 1928B (1), 1937B (1), 1943B (2), 1944B (2), 1945B (11), 1946B (3), 1952B (4), 1953B (2), 1956B (1), 1957B (3), 1960B (1), 1961B (2), 1962B (3), 1963B (4), 1964B (13), 1965B (3), 1966B (20), 1967B (5) ,Half Francs (63), 1920B (1), 1942B (1), 1945B (3), 1946B (1), 1948B (1), 1950B (4), 1951B (4), 1952B (6), 1953B (3), 1957B (4), 1958B (7), 1959B (5), 1960B (3), 1961B (1), 1962B (2), 1963B (4), 1964B (5), 1965B (2), 1966B (2), 1967B (4) NEF to UNC includes plenty with good lustre, some with toning, along with 5 Rappen 1950B (30) these most with almost full lustre with many choice pieces (£240 - £280) 1502) Timor (18) 10 Escudos (13) 1964 (2), 1970 (11), 6 Escudos 1958, 60 Centavos 1958, One Escudo 1970, 10 Avos (2) 1948, 1951, a high grade group with many UNC, the majority with good lustre (£145 - £165) 1503) Tunisia (10) 1 Franc (2) 1926 AH1344 UNC with an attractive and colourful tone, 1941 EF, 50 Centimes 1941 UNC with a small tone spot, 25 Centimes (2) 1919 GEF and attractively toned, 1920 UNC, 10 Centimes (2) 1919 EF with small spots, 1920 lustrous UNC, 5 Centimes (2) 1919 UNC and attractively toned, Turkey (6) 25 Kurus AH1341 VF, 25 Kurus

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1935 Good Fine, 10 Kurus (4) 1926 (3) GEF and lustrous (2), and Lustrous A/UNC, AH1341 A/UNC and lustrous (£80 - £120)

rotation of around 90 degrees, Good Fine, porous, 1827 About Fine, 1835 die rotated by around 30 degrees, Fine with some scratches on the obverse (£200 - £250)

1504) Tunisia (23) 10 Francs 1939 (AH1358) (2), One Franc (2) 1908A, 1916A, 50 Centimes (16) 1891A (1), 1915A (3), 1916A (9), 1917A (3), 10 Centimes 1904A (AH1322) KM#229, 5 Centimes 1904A (AH1322) KM#228 (2) EF to UNC and lustrous, along with Syria (4) 50 Piastres 1933 (2) Fine and GVF, 25 Piastres (2) 1929 NEF and lustrous EF (£280 - £320)

1513) USA Dollars (6) 1880S 80 over 79 (5) and 1880S GEF to UNC and lustrous (£200 - £300)

1505) USA (102) Half Dollars (4) 1900S, 1903S (2), 1915S, Dime 1899, Half Dime 1855, Five Cents (5) 1867, 1882, 1898, 1911, 1913, Three Cents (3) 1858, 1865 (2), Two Cents 1864, One Cent (87) Small Cents (83), Large Cents (4) in mixed grades, housed in a Lindner Tray, along with USA Dollar 1900 O VG, Half Dollar Commemorative 1918 Illinois VF, Quarter Dollar 1917 VF, in a group of USA minors (144) with a few in silver, and a small group (5) of Canada Cents in mixed grades (£360 - £420) 1506) USA (15) Quarter Dollars (12) 1892, 1899, 1903, 1903S, 1904, 1908, 1917, 1918, 1918S, 1920, 1924, 1929, Dimes (3) 1833 Even date, 1888S, 1910S VG to Fine (£300 - £400) 1507) USA (32) Dollar 1891, Quarter Dollars (3) 1876, 1916, 1929, Dimes (6) 1840, 1902, 1905, 1911, 1915, 1956, 5 Cents (6) 1883, 1908, 1913 Buffalo, 1915, 1923, and another with worn date, Two Cents (3) 1864, 1865 (2), Cents (13) 1847, 1883 (2), 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1900 (2), 1902, 1905, 1918D, 1926S, in mixed grades VG to VF, along with Medal New York Crystal Palace 1853 45mm diameter in white metal by C.Stubenraucht GVF with some spots (£200 - £250) 1508) USA (4) Dimes (2) 1836 Long Obverse dentils, centre of 8 thick, Breen 3212, VF, 1857O Breen 3305 NVF, One Cent (2) 1857 Flying Eagle, Closed E in ONE, Breen 1927 Good Fine, 1867 Breen 1927 VF/NVF with scratches on the obverse (£110 - £140) 1509) USA (68) Trade Dollar 1877 18 touch, Half Dollars (5) 1825 Fancy 2, 1830 Small 0 in date, 1834 Small Date and letters, Large C in 50C, 1836 Curved top to 5, 1855O (holed), Quarter Dollars (2) 1876 (holed), 1905, Dimes (13) 1853 Arrows, 1871, 1876, 1883, 1885, 1887S, 1892, 1899S, 189- (holed at last digit), 1900S, 1902 (EF), 1906S, 1909S, Five Cents (2) 1936, 1936D, Cents (45) Washington UNITED STATES reverse 1783 (Poor), 1833, 1847, 1851, 1861, 1863, 1868, 1883, 1887, 1890, 1893, 1894, 1898, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906 (3), 1908 (2), 1910, 1919, 1920S, 1929, 1939, 1940, 1941 (2), 1942, 1944 (6), 1944D, 1944S, 1945S, 1946, 1948, 1952D, 1956, 1963D, Canada One Cent 1882H in mixed circulated grades (£425 - £475) 1510) USA 5 Cents (7) 1900, 1914, 1916, 1923S, 1929, 1929S, 1936 NVF to EF (£100 - £150) 1511) USA a small group (4) Dollars (2) 1880S in a PCGS holder and graded Cleaned - UNC details, 1880S Lustrous UNC with prooflike fields, Quarter Dollar 1898 Breen 4155 EF with some darker toning in the reverse legend, Half Cent 1806 Small high 6, stemless Breen 1550 Fine with a stain on the reverse (£360 - £420) 1512) USA Cents (4) 1787 Connecticut Good, 1816 with die

1514) USA Dollars 1885 (5) UNC one lustrous, the others with attractive toning (£150 - £180) 1515) USA Five Cents 1867 Doubled Date, understrike to right, EF with some spots, Quarter Dollar 1896O Fair, Scarce, as part of a group of Quarter Dollars to One Cent 19th and 20th Century (39) includes some silver minors, in mixed grades mostly VG to VF, and a Canada Cent 1948 Fine (£120 - £150) 1516) USA Half Cents (4) 1804 Plain 4, stemless wreath Good Fine/Near Fine, with some corrosion, 1805 small 5, with stems to wreath About Fine with some verdigris, 1807 VG or better, 1829 Fine with some verdigris (£300 - £400) 1517) USA Half Dollars (5) 1899, 1903S, 1906, 1911S, all around VG (£300 - £350) 1518) USA Half Dollars (7) 1871 Small Broad S, 1876S Ex-Mount, 1894S, 1910S, 1912D, 1917S, 1944 VG to Near Fine (£200 - £250) 1519) USA Half Dollars (8) 1812, 1830 (2), 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1904 VG to Fine some with scratches (£350 - £400) 1520) USA Quarter Dollars (9) 1900, 1901, 1909, 1909S, 1910, 1911, 1915S, 1918S, 1927S, VG to About Fine (£180 - £200) 1521) USA/Ireland Halfpennies 1723 Woods (6) Fair to Near Fine (£60 - £80) 1522) Vatican (81) 5 Lire (4) 1932 EF, 1940 (3) Lustrous UNC, Toned UNC and About EF, 2 Lire (31) 1931 (2), 1933-34 (2), 1937, 1941 (21) , 1942 (5), 1 Lira (22) 1930, 1931, 1933-34, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1939 (3), 1941 (7), 1942 (6), 50 Centesimi (15) 1930 (2), 1932, 1936, 20 Centesimi (6) 1932, 1941 (4), 1942, 5 Centesimi 1936 NEF to UNC, along with a further group of Vatican (41) 100 Lire (14) 1955, 1957 (2), 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1971 (2), 1976 (2), 1994, 50 Lire (5) 1969, 1975, 1975, 1977, 1981, 20 Lire (2) 1957, 1959, 10 Lire (10) 1948, 1951, 1952, 1953 (2), 1955, 1959, 1960, 1975, 1976, 5 Lire (3) 1948, 1953, 1959, 2 Lire (4) 1948, 1951, 1956, 1959, 1 Lire (3) 1948, 1951, 1957 NEF to UNC (£240 - £280) 1523) Venezuela (198) 1 Centavo 1862 EF, 5 Centimos 1896 Good Fine, Bolivar (Gram 5) 1936 EF, 2 Bolivar (Gram 10) 1935 (4) NVF, NEF (2) and EF, along with 50 Centimos 1960 (126), 25 Centimos 1960 (65) these in lustrous UNC (£200 - £250) 1524) World (12) Russia (6) 5 Kopeks (2) 1730, 1838EM, 2 Kopeks 1788, 1 Kopek 1833EM, Denga (2) 1731, 1753 in mixed grades VG to Fine, along with Belgium Half Franc 1843 VG, Netherlands (3) 25 Cents 1849 William II KM#76 (2), William III KM#81 VG, 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,

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Medal Thailand 1891 Rama V, Chulalongkorn 1868-1910 47mm diameter in silver Obverse: Princes Paripatra and Chakrabongs, Reverse: The golden name tablets VF with some surface marks and small edge nicks (£170 - £200) 1525) World (225) India (66) 19th and 20th Century includes a few silver Half Rupee and Quarter Rupee issues, in mixed grades with some bronze issues in lustrous grades, Greece (27) 5 Drachma to 10 Lepta mostly early 20th Century issue Near Fine to VF, includes 10 Lepta 1833 NF with porous surfaces, Belgium 19th and 20th Century (132) mostly 2 Francs to 1 Centime, with many 19th Century copper issues includes 20 Francs 1931 Dutch Legend GVF, 5 Francs 1933 French Legend, Position B GVF/NEF, and 2 Centimes 1847 EF, 1863 EF, 1876 EF mostly in mixed grades to VF (£160 £200) 1526) World (629) mostly European issues 19th and 20th Century, includes Italy, Italian States, Greece, Romania, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Finland in mixed grades a few GVF to NEF (£320 - £360) 1527) World 18th to 20th Century (63) includes many Portugal, Mozambique, Timor and Macau, in mixed grades some later items EF (£85 - £125) 1528) World 18th to 21st Century (over 1.6 Kilos) a good mix of countries, includes some silver issues, and some pre 1900 in collectable grades, in mixed grades, some later coins EF to UNC (£200 - £250) 1529) World 19th Century issue with many in silver (17) USA (2) Half Dollar 1854O VG, One Cent 1863 Fine, cleaned, Canada 25 Cents 1892 Good Fine with a scratch on the portrait, Belgium One Franc (2) 1869 Good Fine, 1887 with period in signature, Near Fine, France (6) 5 Francs 1849BB Fine, 1 Franc (2) 1822A NVG, 1866A NVF/Fine, Half Franc 1835W NVG/VG, 50 Centimes (2) 1850A NVG, 1867A VG, Ceylon 50 Cents 1895 GF, Guatemala 2 Reales 1898 NVF, Italy (3) 1 Lira (2) 1863 M-BN KM#15 VG, 1863 M-BN KM#5a.1 VG, 50 Centesimi 1863 M-BN KM#14.1, Near Fine, Papal States 1 Lira 1867R KM#1378 Fine (£240 - £280) 1530) World a large and mixed group with albums these containing mostly later 20th century base metal issues, loose coins with a few in silver these from circulation with some Unc such as Coins of 100 Nations album, world mint sets, silver proof items and two albums of recent paper money (lot) (£400 - £700) 1531) World a small and varied group (16) San Marino (5) 5 Lire (4) 1935, 1937, 1938 (2) Lustrous UNC, 10 Centesimi 1937 UNC with traces of lustre and a small spot, Saudi Arabia Hejaz and Nejd Sultanate Quarter Qirsh AH1346 (1928) GEF with a hint of toning, Turkey (4) 25 Kurush 1928 NEF, 10 Kurush 1926 GVF, 5 Kurus 1926 EF with some lustre, 1 1/2 Piastres AH1255/5 KM#654 VF or better, New Zealand Florins (4) 1934 GVF, 1935 NEF, 1943 lustrous GEF, 1946 Flat back on Kiwi KM#10.2 F/GF scarce, Russia (4) 50 Kopeks 1922 (2) Good Fine and Fine, Kopeks (2) 1840 EM VF, 1861 Fine with small spots (£200 - £250) 1532) World a small group (14) South Africa (8) Crown 1950 Prooflike issue KM#40.1 About UNC and highly lustrous, Two Shillings 1896 VF, Shilling 1892 About VF/VF, Sixpences (3) 1896 Fine, 1897 (2) GVF lightly toned, and Fine, Pennies

1898 (2) Fine and VF/EF, German States - Prussia 2 Marks 1888A KM#510 Lustrous UNC, Belgium 10 Francs 1930 French Legend KM#99 VF, Philippines 50 Centavos 1947S KM#184 UNC lightly toned, Switzerland 5 Francs 1939 Zurich Exposition KM#43 A/UNC, Portugal 50 Centavos 1916 KM#561 UNC and lustrous with some small tone spots, Ceylon 5 Rupees 1957 2500 Years of Buddhism KM#126 A/UNC (£230 - £260) 1533) World a small group (17) Austria Medallic Coinage 2 Florin 1879 NEF, Belgium 5 Francs (3) 1868 Position A A/UNC lightly toned, 1870 VF the reverse with some scratches, 1875 GEF/AU, New Zealand Halfcrowns (5) 1941 GF/VF, 1942 NEF/EF, 1943 (2) GVF and NEF, 1946 GF/VF, Italian States - Tuscany (2) 2 Centesimi 1859 VF with some spots, 1 Centesimo 1859 GVF with small tone spots, Switzerland 5 Francs 1939 Zurich Exposition KM#43 A/UNC toned, Uganda 5 Shillings 1972 UNC, Philippines 50 Centavos 1947S UNC, Tunisia 20 Francs AH1353 (1934-1935) KM263 About UNC, Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1859 Good Fine, India Half Anna 1835 Bombay KM#447.1 A/UNC (£300 £350) 1534) World a small group (18) Lithuania 10 Litu 1938 KM#84 A/UNC, Cuba Peso (2) 1936 GVF, 1939 GVF/VF, Brazil (4) 2000 Reis (3) 1888 GEF/AU and lustrous, 1907 KM#508 (2) Lustrous UNC, 1000 Reis 1888 EF, Colombia 50 Centavos 1892 KM#187.2 UNC and lustrous, Uruguay 1930 KM#26 UNC with choice tone, Venezuela 2 Bolivares 1965 Y#A37 GEF and lustrous Switzerland 5 Francs 1939 Zurich Exposition KM#43 About UNC lightly toned, Uganda 5 Shillings 1972 KM#18 Lustrous UNC, Belgium 10 Francs 1930 French legend KM#99 GVF, German States - Prussia 2 Marks 1888A KM#510 Lustrous UNC, Philippines 50 Centavos 1947S KM#184 Lustrous UNC with some toning, Sweden 2 Ore 1873 KM#729 GEF/AU, Austrian Netherlands Liard 1790 Insurrection Coinage KM#44 EF, Danzig 10 Pfennig 1920 Token Coinage in Zinc KM#Tn1 VF (£400 £500) 1535) World a small group (3) Netherlands - Holland 10 Stuivers 1749 KM#95 VF toned, Germany Federal Republic 5 Marks 1977 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Heinrich von Kleist Toned UNC, Charles the Great of France Medal in bronze (assumed the Regency of Charles the Simple) NVF (£50 £100) 1536) World a small group (4) Iraq 50 Fils 1953 Fine, scarce, Iran 10 Rials AH1323 Good Fine, Sudan 2 1/2 Piastres AH1312 Billon issue, VG scarce, Indian States - Kotah Rupee 17541759 (Year 14) VF (£80 - £100) 1537) World a small group (5) Finland 10 Pennia 1866 NEF with traces of lustre, Luxembourg 5 Centimes 1870 NEF, Norway 5 Ore (2) 1896 NEF, 1907 EF with some edge nicks, USA Dime 1837 No Stars, Small Date, Round Top to 3 Breen 3217 Fine, Holed (£110 - £130) 1538) World a small group in high grade (10) Vatican City 10 Lire 1939 Sede Vacante KM#21 (2) Lustrous UNC and Lustrous A/UNC, 10 Lire 1941 KM#38 UNC or near so, 5 Lire 1941 KM#’28 KM#28 Lustrous UNC, Belgium 10 Francs 1930 French Legend KM#99 VF, Austria 2 Schillings 1932 Josef Haydn KM#2848 UNC and lustrous with some tiny spots, Portugal 50 Centavos 1916 KM#561 Lustrous UNC with some tone spots, Ceylon 5 Rupees 1957 2500 Years of Buddhism KM#126 GEF, Switzerland 5 Francs 1939 Zurich

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Exposition KM#43 A/UNC, Hungary 5 Korona 1907 40th Anniversary of the Coronation of Franz Joseph I KM#489 NEF with an edge nick (£225 - £275) 1539) World a small group in high grade (11) Russia (4) 50 Kopek 1922, 20 Kopeks 1923, 15 Kopeks 1923, 10 Kopeks 1922, Portugal 50 Centavos 1916, Lithuania 10 Litu 1938, Philippines 50 Centavos 1947S, Ethiopia 50 Cents EE1936KM#37, Algeria 5 Dinars 1972 FAO 10th Anniversary KM#105, India Half Anna 1835 Madras KM#447.1, Russia 5 Kopeks 1924 Plain edge Y#79, GVF to UNC (£250 - £300) 1540) World a small group in high grade (12) Romania (5) 2 Lei (4) 1910 KM#43 (3), 1914 KM#43, 1 Leu 1906 KM#34 40th Anniversary of the Reign of Carol I, Belgium 10 Francs 1930 French Legend KM#99, Ceylon 5 Rupees 1957 2500 Years of Buddhism KM#126, Switzerland 5 Francs 1939 Zurich Exposition KM#43, Sweden 2 Kronor 1897 Oscar II Silver Jubilee KM#762, Portugal 50 Centavos 1916 KM#561, Philippines 50 Centavos 1947S KM#184, Uganda 5 Shillings 1972 KM#18 GVF to UNC some lustrous (£270 - £320) 1541) World a small group in high grade (16) Ireland (10) Florins (2) 1928, 1941, Shillings (8) 1939, 1940, 1942 (6), Lithuania 10 Litu 1938, Switzerland 5 Francs 1939 Zurich Exposition KM#43, USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1892 Breen 7420 , Ceylon 5 Rupees 1957 2500 Years of Buddhism KM#126, Philippines 50 Centavos 1947S, Syria 25 Piastres 1936 EF to Lustrous UNC (£375 - £425) 1542) World a small group in PCGS holders (8) Palestine 20 Mils 1944 KM#5a PCGS AU58, Syria 50 Piastres 1933 Lec40, KM#74 PCGS AU58, Germany Federal Republic One Mark 1954F KM#110 PCGS AU58, Belgium 2 Centimes 1852 Large Date KM#4.2 PCGS AU55, Denmark 5 Ore (2) 1894 VBP KM#794.2 PCGS Cleaned AU-detail, 1899 VBP KM#794.2PCGS AU58, Switzerland 10 Rappen 1876B KM#6 PCGS Cleaned - UNC Detail, Sweden 25 Ore 1864ST KM#712 PCGS Cleaned - AU Detail (£50 - £100) 1543) World a small mixed group (24) Japan Year 28 (1895) KM#A25.3 JNDA 01-10A in a PCGS holder Cleaned AU details, Scotland Merk 1669 S.5611 VG with uneven tone, scarce, Spain One Peseta (3) 1869 SN-M KM#652 Fine, toned, 1870 SN-M KM#653 VG, 1903 Fine, China Fukien Province 20 Cents undated (c.1903-1908) 4 characters at the top of the obverse KM#104.2 Fine, Belgium One Franc 1880 50th Anniversary of Independence KM#38 Good Fine/NVF, Peru Sol 1875 Fine on a pin mount, 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, 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 (£450 - £500) 1544) World a wide variety including many earlier types, includes some Crown-sized, with plenty in silver (lot) (£500 - £800) 1545) World an accumulation in bags by country in mixed grades 19th and 20th Century, includes a few in silver, also includes some GB Pennies Victoria to Elizabeth II,and GB pre-decimal coinage the latter group includes some in lustrous grades (lot, total weight around 4 Kilos) (£110 £140) 1546) World an eclectic mix (8) Ireland Halfcrown 1940 NEF/ GVF, Hong Kong 1919 GEF with lustre, Netherlands East Indies One Cent 1945 Lustrous EF, Iran 5000 Dinars AH1334 KM#1058 Good Fine, Engraved Love Token on an 18th Century Anglesey Penny Token Fine, Medallic issues (3) G.W.F.Hegel Stuttgart 1831 inscribed Wurtt Landessparkasse on the edge UNC, 1969 150 Years of Wutemmberggifche Verfassung, edge inscribed 1000 B.H.Mayer Pforzheim UNC, Austria Medallic Coinage Gulde 1854A X#M1 GVF, along with Toy Money Half Sovereigns John Cook and Sons Mark Counters (20) EF (£75 - £100) 1547) World Crown-sized cupro-nickel issues (41) some with gold plating, some with inset jewels, a variety of different series with some proof issues UNC to FDC (£60 - £80) 1548) World Crown-sized medallic cupro-nickel issues (54), includes many different series, many gold- plated, along with USA smaller medallic cupro-nickel issues (10) 7 with ‘The Greatest American Presidents’, the other with a coloured reverse of Lady Diana UNC to FDC in capsules (£60 - £80) 1549) World including China large sized Cash (2), Indian Princely States in silver, Prussia Thaler 1871, Newfoundland 20c 1900 and more (15) (£140 - £240) 1550) World mostly minors copper, bronze and small silver issues but includes plenty of pre 1900 issues (lot) (£120 - £180) 1551) World Silver in high grades (23) 1940s to 2000s all but one Crown-sized, includes Singapore, Netherlands, Maldives, New Hebrides, Belgium, Australia, Portugal, Argentina and more, UNC to nFDC (£200 - £275) 1552) World Specimen strikings (12) Greece (3) 5 Drachma 1954, 1 Drachma 1957 (2), Nigeria Shilling 1959, East Caribbean States 10 Cents 1964, Uganda Shilling 1966, Jamaica Penny 1963, Libya (2) 100 Milliemes 1965, 50 Milliemes 1965, Jordan (4) 10 Fils 1967, 1975, Qirsh 1997, UNC some with toning, along with United Arab Emirates 5 Fils (2) 1987, 1988 EF or better and lustrous (£240 - £280)

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The Ken Humphris Collection Lots ( 1553-2055) Ken Humphris Ken was an eclectic collector so we have the pleasure of offering a very wide variety of material from ancients to modern with an interesting overseas offering. Most pieces were purchased in the 1970s so have been “sleeping” for over 40 years. Ken clearly focused on obtaining items that were good value for money when purchased rather than paying whatever price was being asked for high grade and choice material. However the collection does contain many items in solid and better grades and some instances the eye appeal is superior to the technical grade so viewing is recommended. The collection also contains rare issues we have not offered before especially in the Guinea section. Ken Humphris is now 98 and his son Clive has kindly provided us with some reflections on his father’s coin collecting. Dad’s interest in coins was first ignited through another interest of his, namely, antique furniture. In 1975 a second-hand antique

The Ken Humphris Collection British Tokens and Commemorative and Campaign Medals ( Lots 1553-1556) 1553) 19th Century (7) Eighteen Pence Northamptonshire Peterborough 1811 Peterborough Cathedral Davis 3, VF toned, Shilling Northumberland - Newcastle-uponTyne 1811, Davis 11 IOHN ROBERTSON, Davis 11 GVF attractively toned, Sixpences (4) Somerset - Bristol 1811 Garratt, Terrell, Bird, Beck and Grigg, Davis 51 EF with prooflike fields, Staffordshire - Fazeley 1811 Peels Harding & Co.Davis 11 VF, Non-Local 1812 Large 6 Davis 13 EF, Non-Local 1812 Beehive Davis 12 VF, Penny Warwickshire - Birmingham 1811 Rose Copper Company, Birmingham and Swansea NVF, Halfpennies 18th Century (2) Suffolk Bury undated, Obverse: An Ancient Gateway, Reverse: An open book, Rackhams, Withers 29, VF, Ireland - Wicklow, Cronebane undated, edge PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL DH39a NEF (£100 - £150) 1554) Shillings 19th Century (3) Yorkshire - York 1811 Cattle and Barber Davis 61 Lustrous EF, Norfolk 1811 A.J.Huntons Davis 14 NVF/VF toned, Yorkshire - Doncaster 1812 Cross of Otho de Tilli BIRKINSHAW . DONCASTER Davis 7 GVF, Sixpence Yorkshire - York 1811 Cattle and Barber Davis 74 Lustrous EF (£50 - £100)

dealer, who occasionally contacted Dad when he had something of interest for Dad, said he had something different for him to look at. This time it was not a piece of furniture but rather an unusual thin English silver penny. (Dad couldn’t remember the name of the coin). This sparked a fascination in coins for Dad which came from the fact that old coins represented great history and its value came from its age. Dad learnt so much from his English collection including being able to recite the Kings and Queens of England from way back much to the delight of his children. (I remember this! He corrected Mum and I many times for getting the royal succession wrong!)As a chartered surveyor and successful real estate proprietor, he attended and liked going to property auctions. Now he attended coin auctions in and around London and became a regular bidder, sometimes price was no object as the thrill of the chase and the passion to add to his collection drove him on. Hours upon hours in his home office he would pour over his coins in the evenings after work with magnifying glass and coins books at the ready. The same second-hand dealer that procured the English penny also provided Dad with the start of his Abyssinian collection which were all hammered. Dad became interested in how they were produced and so his collection was broadened. Dad’s Roman collection needs special mention as each was purchased purely driven by a love of history and wonder of the age of the items. Dad’s passion for coins did not start in his childhood but when he was 55 years old. His only childhood memory of coins was putting a coin on the tram line where it got thoroughly flattened. Now at the age of 98 years and now an antique himself he confesses, his family thinks “with great age comes great value.” by Peace hovering above EVERSO.MISSVS.SVCCVRRERE. SECLO.XXIII APR.1661 GVF the obverse with some contact marks, accompanied by a British Museum advice slip from 1975 (£100 - £150) 1556) Twopence 1797 with crowned GW countermark on the obverse, countermark GVF, host coin VF (£25 - £75)

The Ken Humphris Collection Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1557-1582 )

1557) Roman (2nd century AD). Includes Antoninus Pius sestertius, rev. Fides standing. As, rev. two shields. Marcus Aurelius As, rev. Eagle on altar. Faustina Junior sestertius, Faustina Senior sestertius, rev. Aeternitas standing. As. Septimius Severus sestertius, rev. Roma seated. Mostly fine (8) (£80 - £100) 1558) Byzantine Constans II (AD 641-688) gold solidus. Weighs 4.44 grams. Facing bust with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cross. Rev. VICTORIA AUG 4 S, cross potent on four steps, CONOB below. Sear 953. Good very fine with lustre, but probably ex mount with damage to an area of the edge. (£100 - £120)

1555) Coronation of Charles II 1661 29mm diameter in Silver by T.Simon, the official Coronation Issue, Eimer 221 Obv. Bust to right crowned and draped, CAROLVS.II.D.G.ANG. SCO.FR.ET.HI.REX, Rev. the King enthroned, left, crowned More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1559) Byzantine Constantine IV (AD 668-685) gold solidus. Weighs 4.46 grams. Beardless bust, three quarter face to r, holding spear and wearing helmet and cuirass. Rev. VICTORIA AUG 4 O, cross potent between Heraclius and Tiberius standing CONOB below. Sear 1153. Very fine but flatness of striking to area below bust and on reverse. (£120 - £140)

1560) Celtic (1st century BC). Iceni silver unit, obv. boar, Rev. horse right. S.431. Dobunni silver unit, obv. Head r. Rev. horse l S.378 1st fine, 2nd very fine (£60 - £80) 1561) Elagabalus (AD 218-222). Includes sesterti (2), rev. Libertas standing, Sol advancing left. Both good fine (2). (£50 - £75) 1562) Gordian III (AD 238-244). Includes sesterti (3), asses (4) and Julia Mamaea sesterti (2) Fine to very fine (9) (£100 - £120) 1563) Greece, Aigina (404-340 BC) silver drachm, weighs 5.78 grams. Obv. tortoise with segmented shell, rev. incuse square of ‘skew’ pattern divided into five compartments by straight lines, two pellets in one rectangular division. Sear 2605. Ex Spink 1979. Good very fine. (£160 - £180)

1568) Nero (AD 54-68). Includes brass sestertius, rev. Roma seated. Asses rev. Janus temple, Victory alighting (2). Dupondius rev. Securitas enthroned right. Mostly fine or better(5) (£140 - £160) 1569) Roman (1st century AD). Includes Galba as, rev. Libertas standing. Domitian sestertius, rev. Domitian seated left, togate figure before. Asses(2) Nerva as. Titus as, rev. Aequitas standing. Dupondius, rev. Victory standing right. Vespasian As. Average fine (8) (£140 - £160) 1570) Roman (1st-2nd century AD). Includes silver denari of Domitian (2), Vespasian, Trajan (2) and Hadrian (3) Fine to very fine (8) (£160 - £180) 1571) Roman (27 BC - 2nd century AD). Includes Augustus as, rev. winged thunderbolt. Agrippa as, rev. Neptune standing. Trajan sestertius (3). Lucilla sestertius (2). As, rev. Salus seated. Marcus Aurelius As. Average fine. (11) (£120 £140) 1572) Roman (2nd -3rd century AD). Includes silver denari of Commodus, Marcus Aurelius, Faustina Senior, Septimius Severus, Elagabalus, Caracalla, Geta and Julia Domna. Fine to very fine (14) (£120 - £140)

1564) Greece, Rhodes ((88-43 BC) silver trihemidrachm, weighs 4.25 grams. Obv. head of Helios three quarter face to right. Rev. full blown rose to front, P - O in field, corn ear below. Sear 5069. Very fine, but with deposit on reverse (£80 - £100)

1565) Greek bronze and silver. Includes Crete silver hemidrachm, obv. head of Athena, rev. eagle standing left. Sear 3321. Achaean league silver hemidrachms (2). Histiaia silver tetrobol, Miletus silver diobol, Alexandria billon tetradrachm of Salonina. Fine to very fine (10) (£60 - £80) 1566) Hadrian (AD 117-138). Includes brass sestertius (3), rev. Spes left. Dupondi, rev. Salus seated left. Aequitas standing, As, Annona standing left. Fair to good fine (6) (£80 - £100) 1567) Livia (died AD 29) brass sestertius, Rome AD 22-23. Obv. S.P.Q.R. IVLIAE AUGUST, carpentum drawn r by two mules. Rev. TI CAESAR DIVI AUG F AUGUST PM TR POT XX IIII around large SC. Sear 1738.Very fine, a few minor pits. (£200 - £300)

1573) Roman (2nd century BC - 1st century BC) silver denari. Includes Julius Caesar, obv. head of Venus right. Rev. Gaulish captives seated at trophy. Republic denari of L Antestius Gragulus, L. Cosconium M, M. Marcius, A Plautius, Sex. Pompeius Fostlus. First fine, the others very fine. (6) (£180 - £200) 1574) Roman (3rd -4th century AD). Collection of bronze folles and Ae’s. Including Honorius, Galerius, Severus II, Licinius I and II, Magnentius double centenionalis, rev. Christogram. Helena, Maximinus II, Maximianus, Constantius I and II, Diocletian, Crispus, Delmatius, Arcadius, Constantine I and II, Constans, Carus, Theodosius II, Valens, Valentinian I, Galeria Valeria and Probus. Fine to very fine, some extremely fine (86) (£150 - £180) 1575) Roman (3rd century AD). Collection of bronze antoniniani including Victorinus, Gallenius, Claudius II, Carausius and Tetricus I and II. Fine to very fine (35) (£60 - £80) 1576) Roman (3rd century AD). Includes Postumus sestertius, rev. galley. Severus Alexander dupondi (2). Philip I as, Otacila Severa as, Caracalla as and a bronze of Serdica. Also a Justinian I follis and a Greek imperial ae of Saitta. Average fine (9) (£80 - £100) 1577) Roman (3rd century AD). Includes sesterti of Aemilian, rev. VOTIS DECENNALIBUS S.C. in laurel wreath, Volusian (2), Severus Alexander (2), Maximinus I (4), Philip I (3) and Philip II. Fine to very fine (13). (£120 - £140)

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1578) Roman (3rd century AD). Includes silver antoninani of Gordian III (9), Philip I (6) and Postumus (3) All very fine (18) (£120 - £140) 1579) Roman (3rd century AD). Includes silver denari of Gordian III, Maximinus I, Julia soaemias, Severus Alexander and Julia Maesa. Mostly very fine (13) (£100 - £120) 1580) Roman Republic (ca 211-206 BC) Bronze post reform asses (11) weighing between 35-47 grams. Obv. head of Janus. Rev. prow of galley, ROMA below. Sear 627 and 628. All with green or brown patina, average fine or better. (£200 - £220)

1587) Crown Charles I First Milled Coinage by Briot (1631-1632) S.2852 mintmark flower and B/B VG unevenly struck, better in parts (£350 - £650)

1581) Sasanian, Khusru II AD 590-627. Silver dirhams, Obv. Bust to r. Rev. fire altar with attendants. All very fine- extremely fine (47) (£100 - £120) 1582) Sassian in silver (6) including Khusru II, generally VF (£150 - £250)

The Ken Humphris Collection English Hammered Coins (lots 1583-1643)

1588) Crown Edward VI 1551 S.2478 mintmark y Fine, the obverse with a darker toning area at the top (£500 - £1,000)

1583) Angel Edward IV Second Reign, London Mint S.2091 mintmark Pierced Cross, About VF (£900 - £1,200)

1584) Angel Henry VII Type V. Large Crook-shaped abbreviation after HENRIC. S.2187 Mintmark Pheon NVF (£750 - £1,000)

1585) Angel Henry VIII First Coinage S.2265 mintmark Portcullis Fine or better, creased (£500 - £750)

1586) Angel Henry VIII First Coinage S.2265, mintmark Castle, Fine (£600 - £900)

1589) Double Crown James I Second Coinage, Fifth Bust S.2623 mintmark Cinquefoil, Near Fine, some areas better (£300 - £600)

1590) Elizabeth I a small group (7) Groat Second Issue S.2556 mintmark Cross Crosslet, About Fine, the flan with small perforations Sixpences (6) Milled Issue (2) 1562 Large Broad Bust, elaborately decorated dress S.2596 mintmark Star NF/VG creased, 1562 Tall Narrow Bust with plain dress S.2594 mintmark Star, Good Fine, toned, 1561 Smaller Flan with 17.5mm inner beaded circle S.2561 mintmark Pheon Near Fine with some scratches, 1568 Intermediate Bust S.2562 mintmark Coronet Fine, 1573 Intermediate Bust S.2562 mintmark Ermine VG/NF with mottled tone, 1575 Larger Bust 5A mintmark Eglantine Fine, the reverse slightly better, Ex-Reeves Auction 7/9/1979 Lot 1193 (£100 - £150)

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1591) Elizabeth I a small group (8) Shillings (6) Second Issue S.2555 Bust 3C mintmark Cross Crosslet, Fine and toned with an old scratch on the obverse, Second Issue S.2555 Bust 3C mintmark Martlet VG/Fine, Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Key approaching Fine/Good Fine with an edge nick at 1 o’clock, Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Bell (2) Fine or better with signs of flan stress on either side, and VG/Fine, sixth Issue, S.2577 mintmark Escallop NVG/VG, Threepence Fifth Issue 1581 S.2573 Mintmark Greek Cross Fine overall, on an irregularly shaped flan, Halfgroat Sixth Issue S.2579 Pellets behind Bust, mintmark Tun Fine or better (£100 - £150) 1592) Gold Crown Charles I Group B/C mule, Reverse with Oval shield and CR at sides S.2713A mintmark Rose VG/Fine with all legends bold (£150 - £200) 1593) Gold Crown Charles I Second Bust S.2711 mintmark Cross Calvary Fine/Good Fine (£300 - £500)

1594) Groat Charles I 1644 Exeter Mint, S.3088 GVF/VF the obverse with some spots, the portrait an excellent sharp strike and finer than the Brooker Plate coin, neatly clipped and weighing 1.40 grammes, a rare and under-rated piece, confirmed by our archive database showing that we have only offered one other example, this in 2005 (£100 - £150) 1595) Groat Charles I Aberystwyth, Crown breaks inner circle S.2891 mintmark Book Good Fine and nicely toned, Halfgroat Charles I Pattern by Briot A.2856A, North 2687, Reverse with interlinked C’s Fine/VF the obverse with some scratches (£75 - £100) 1596) Groat Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate VG/Fine, Shilling Edward VI Fine silver issue S.2482 mintmark Tun, Fine, creased, with some dark tone on the edge in places (£100 - £150) 1597) Groats (2) Philip and Mary S.2508 mintmark Lis Fair/VG, Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate/- VG/NF creased, Ex-Astons 25/5/1978 (£100 - £120) 1598) Half Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth head, S.2641A mintmark Trefoil Good Fine/Fine with some old scuffs on the reverse, and a thin flan crack between the AC to below the O of IACOBVS, Ex-Astons August 1976 (£400 - £700)

1599) Half Sovereign Henry VIII S.2294 mintmark Pellet in annulet NVF, two slightly smoothed areas on the edge suggest possibly having been edge mounted at some time and expertly removed, both faces of the coin undamaged, Ex

Astons 18/11/1978 (£800 - £1,200)

1600) Halfcrown 1656 Commonwealth ESC 437, Bull 49 Fine, struck on a porous flan, the reverse with a spot below the mintmark, purchased by the vendor in November 1976 (£100 - £175) 1601) Halfcrown Charles I Group IV, Fourth Horseman, type 4, foreshortened horse S.2779 mintmark Triangle in Circle Fine, toned, Halfgroat Henry VIII Second Coinage Archbishop Cranmer S.2345 mintmark Catherine wheel both sides, Good Fine, Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint S.1836 Annulets at neck, Mintmark Pierced Cross GF/NVF with an edge nick, Ex-Reeves Auction 7/11/1980 Lot 880, Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 Mintmark Tun, Bold Fine, along with Scotland Groat David II Edinburgh Mint S.5095 VG with a long flan crack, Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 1114, Ireland Penny Dublin Mint, S.6246 Fine (£120 - £150) 1602) Halfcrown Charles I Oxford Mint 1643 Reverse: Two Small Plumes flanking a larger central plume, Declaration reads RELIG.PROT.LE.ANG. LIB. PAR (last A unbarred) No stops either side of OX, 12.26 grammes S.2962, North 2423 Near Fine/Fine, clipped (£100 - £150) 1603) Halfcrown Gold James I Second Coinage, First Bust S.2629 mintmark Crown VG/Fine, lightly creased (£125 - £250) 1604) Halfcrowns (4) Charles I (3) Group IV, Fourth Horseman, type 4, foreshortened horse, S.2779 mintmark Triangle in Circle (2), both Near Fine/Fine, Group III, Third horseman, type 3a1, scarf flies from King’s waist S.2773 mintmark Tun, VG/Near Fine, James I S.2666 mintmark Trefoil approaching Fine (£100 - £150) 1605) Halfcrowns Charles I (6) Group III, third horseman, no caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist, type 3a1 S.2773 mintmark Bell (2) Fine/VF, tooled on the obverse, and Near Fine, Group III, third horseman, type 3a1, no caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist S.2773 mintmark Crown About Fine, Group III, third horseman, type 3a2, cloak flies from King’s shoulder S.2775 mintmark Triangle, VG/Fine, the obverse with some flan stress, Group IV, fourth horseman type 4, foreshortened horse S.2779 mintmark Triangle in circle VG the obverse with some flan stress (£100 - £120) 1606) Halfgroats Commonwealth (2) S.3221 Fine, creased and VG holed, Penny Commonwealth S.3222 Fine creased, Halfpenny Commonwealth S.3223 VF toned, Shilling James I mintmark Lis Fine with some scratches, Halfgroat Second Coinage S.2659 mintmark Escallop NVF, Farthings Charles I (2) Richmond Fine, Maltravers mintmark Bell, Near Fine, Farthing James I Lennox mintmark Fusil VG (£100 - £120)

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Pierced Cross NVF nicely toned, Groat Henry VII facing bust S.2199 mintmark Pansy Fine with an edge nick and a long edge crack, Halfgroat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint S.1840 About Fine, Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2482 mintmark Tun G/VG (£100 - £120) 1608) Hammered a small group (6) Groat Edward III Treaty Period S.1616 Fine struck on an uneven flan, Halfgroats (5) Henry VI Annulet issue S.1839 VG or better, Henry VIII Second Coinage, Canterbury Mint, Archbishop Cranmer S.2345 mintmark Catherine Wheel/-, Good Fine, toned, Henry VIII First Coinage, York Mint, Archbishop Bainbridge S.2323 mintmark Pansy/Martlet, About Fine with some weaker areas, this unrecorded by Spink, purchased by the vendor in 1977, Henry VIII Third Coinage, Tower Mint S.2375 Fair with ragged edge, Henry VII Canterbury Mint Fine struck off-centre, making exact attribution not possible (£100 £120) 1609) Hammered a small group (6) Groats (5) Edward IV First Reign, Quatrefoils by neck, S.2000 Mintmark Rose Fine, toned, Edward IV First Reign, York Mint, E on breast, S.2012 mintmark Lis VG, Henry VII Regular Profile issue, Triple band to Crown S.2258 mintmark Pheon Fine with a shortage of flan at the top of the obverse, Henry VIII mintmark Lis S.2337E Laker Bust D Fine/Good Fine with an edge nick at the top, Henry VIII Posthumous issue, Canterbury Mint, Bust 6, no mintmark S.2408 VG with shortage of flan at 5 o’clock , Shilling Edward VI Fine silver issue S.2478 mintmark Tun VG/Near Fine, Ex-Reeves Auction 5/5/1978 Lot 1630 (£100 - £120) 1610) Hammered a small group (8) Groat Edward III Type G Annulets in one quarter Fine and bold, Pennies (4) Edward I Durham Mint NVG/Fine, Edward I York Mint Fine, Henry III Canterbury Mint, moneyer Nicole About Fine, Henry III Short Cross, King with sceptre, London Mint, moneyer EDWIN, Fine, Halfpennies (3) Edward III London Mint, About Fine, Henry V Broken Annulets either side of the portrait, Fine or better on a ragged flan, Henry VI Annulet issue About Fine, weak in place with a good portrait, (£100 - £120)

1613) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth head, very small ties, S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, some flan stress to the reverse and weakly struck on the portrait and correspondingly so on the Irish harp, otherwise NVF/VF (£800 - £1,200)

1614) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Third, Smaller rounded head with ties further apart, S.2638A mintmark Thistle GF/NVF (£800 - £1,200)

1615) Noble Edward III Fourth Coinage, Pre-Treaty Period type F S.1489 mintmark Crown, About VF, Rare (£1,000 - £1,500)

1611) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth head, very small ties, S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, Fine or better overall with some weakness to the portrait and correspondingly on the Irish shield (£500 - £750) 1616) Noble Edward III London Mint, (with FRANC in legend) clipped, weighing 6.1 grammes, NEF, a Pre-Treaty or Post-Treaty issue with much of the obverse legend and mintmark missing making further attribution uncertain, viewing recommended (£750 - £1,250)

1612) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth head, very small ties, S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, Fine, Ex-Jewellery with the mount having been skilfully removed from the top of the obverse (£400 - £600)

1617) Pennies (10) Edward I London Mint (4) VG to Good Fine, More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


comes with old Glendinings envelope from 1976 Henry III Short Cross (2) HENRI ON CANT Good Fine, WILLEM ON LINC Fine, Long Cross (4) Fine/Good Fine, RICARD ON LINC Good Fine, struck off-centre, WILLEM ON NORW Fine with some weaker areas, NICOLE ON LVND Good Fine with a flan split in two places (£100 - £120) 1618) Pennies (6) John Short Cross Class 5c, Ipswich Mint, moneyer IOHAN Near VF, slightly off-centre, Edward I Long Cross (4) London Mint, Class 10D/E Fine, the image of the cross die clashing through on the obverse prevents more accurate attribution, London Mint Class 4a Good Fine, Canterbury Mint Class 10 Near Fine, darkly toned, London Mint Class 10 Near Fine, Edward II London Mint, Class 11a Fine (£60 - £100)

1628) Shilling Charles II Third Hammered Issue S.3321 mintmark Crown VF with signs of flan stress on the obverse, the reverse darkly toned around the rims, overall a very pleasing example, our archive database shows that this is the finest example we have offered since 2003 (£350 £550)

1619) Pennies John (3) London Mint, moneyer Walter X or REX composed of wedges, GVF and pleasing, Durham Mint, moneyer Piereis, Class 5c S.1352 Good Fine with bold portrait, London Mint, moneyer Ilger Class 5c with rounder portrait Fine (£100 - £120) 1620) Penny Aethelred II Last Small Cross type S.1154 VF toned with a minor crease and small surface crack (£100 - £120) 1621) Penny Aethelred II Long Cross type S.1151 London Mint, moneyer Brunstan GVF the reverse with some peck marks (£100 - £120)

1629) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun Good Fine with some scratches on the obverse, the portrait bold (£60 - £100)

1622) Penny Aethelred II Long Cross type S.1151 London Mint, moneyer Edmund, GVF lightly toned with some small peck marks (£100 - £150)

1630) Shilling Edward VI Fine silver issue S.2482 mintmark y Fine, struck on an uneven flan (£100 - £120)

1623) Penny Edward the Confessor Small Cross type S.1183 moneyer SCVLA, York Mint, NEF with pleasing tone, a thin scratch on the obverse and reverse, and with a small shortage of flan between 2 and 3 o’clock (£150 - £300) 1624) Penny William I PAXS type S.1257 off centre moneyer PI [--] ON COLL Good/Fine the portrait worn (£100 - £120) 1625) Shilling 1654 Commonwealth, No stop after OF and triple struck O in OF, ESC 992A, Bull 143 VG or slightly better with some weak areas, Rare, rated R2 by ESC and Bull, our archive database, stretching back to 2003 indicates that this the first example we have offered (£150 - £225) 1626) Shilling 1655 or 1653 (upper part of last digit not visible) VG or better with old toning, Halfgroat Commonwealth undated S.3221 Good Fine (£100 - £120) 1627) Shilling Charles I Oxford Mint 1642, Oxford Bust (small) , Reverse: Three Oxford Plumes, S.2971 Obverse with some fine old scratches, struck on a full round flan, NVF/VF and pleasing, our archive database shows this to be only the third example we have offered and by far the finest (£400 - £700)

1631) Shilling Elizabeth I Milled Coinage , undated, large flan size of 32mm, decorated dress, S.2590, mintmark Star, the Queen’s face worn, otherwise Fine, a very rare issue (£250 - £500) 1632) Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue, S.2555 Bust 3A, Mintmark Cross Crosslet VF with bold portrait, the obverse with old scratches, Ex-Reeves Auction 3/3/1978 Lot 1670 (£100 £120) 1633) Shillings (4) Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 Bust 3B, Mintmark Martlet Fine, toned with and old scratch on the obverse, James I Second Coinage S.2654 mintmark Rose Fine/Good Fine, Charles I (2) Tower Mint under Parliament S.2800 mintmark (P) Good Fine with pleasing portrait, Charles I Group E, Smaller Bust S.28796 mintmark Anchor Fine with some old scratches (£100 - £120) 1634) Shillings (6) Charles I Group A Bust 2, larger Crown, outer arch only jewelled S.2782 mintmark Lis, Fine with two long old scratches on the obverse, Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a, no inner circles, S.2791 mintmark Crown (2) Fine/Good Fine, and VG with dark tone, Charles I Group E, type 4.3 single arched crown, Large XII S.2796 mintmark Anchor Near Fine/Fine, Charles I Group F, Sixth Large Briot bust S.2799 mintmark Triangle in Circle Fine, Charles I Group F, Sixth Large Briot bust S.2799 mintmark Star Fine or better with some slightly weaker areas, nicely toned, Farthing Charles I Richmond, mintmark Trefoil VG (£100 - £150) 1635) Shillings (6) James I Third Coinage, Sixth Large Bust S.2668 mintmark Trefoil Good Fine nicely toned, with a flan crack

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at 8 o’clock, Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament, Taller narrow bust S.2802 mintmark Sun, short of flan in places, Fine/Good Fine and nicely toned, the reverse with some heavier contact marks, Charles I Group F, Sixth Large Briot type bust S.2799 mintmark Star Near Fine with some weak areas, Charles I Group F, Sixth Large Briot type bust S.2799 mintmark Triangle VG/Fine, the obverse double struck, Charles I Small Aberystwyth bust Large XII S.2792 mintmark Tun Near Fine/Fine with some old thin scratches, Charles I Group E type 4.3 single arched crown, Large XII S.2796 mintmark Anchor Fine/Good Fine, the obverse with some double striking (£100 - £150)

1642) Unite Charles I Group D, Fifth Bust, with unjewelled doublearched crown, Reverse with oval shield, crowned CR at sides, S.2692, Brooker 87/88 mintmark Portcullis, Good Fine with some old light thin scratches and light scuffs, a scarcer type and rarer than catalogue values would suggest, EX-Reeves Auction (£800 - £1,200)

1636) Sixpence 1654 Commonwealth ESC 1489, Bull 200 Fine, toned, with part of the date off the flan (£100 - £150) 1637) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1566 Intermediate bust 4B S.2562 mintmark Lion Fine/About Fine, Groats (2) Henry VII Profile issue, Regular Issue, S.2258 mintmark Pheon Good Fine, Henry VIII Second Coinage S.2337E, Laker Bust D Fine the reverse with a pleasing tone (£75 - £100)

1643) Unite James I Second Coinage, Fourth Bust S.2619 mintmark Tower, Fine/VF the reverse with some weakness in parts, with some unevenness to the flan around the crown area on the reverse causing a depression near the rim, viewing recommended (£400 - £800)

1638) Threepence Charles I Aberystwyth Mint S.2894 mintmark Book VF with an edge nick at 3 o’clock on the reverse (£100 - £120) 1639) Unite Charles I Group A, First Bust in Coronation robes, high double-arched crown S.2685, mintmark Lis Near Fine/Fine with a small edge crack at 3 o’clock (£750 - £1,000)

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1640) Unite Charles I Group B, Second Bust S.2687 mintmark Anchor VF (£750 - £1,250)

1644) Anguilla Liberty Dollar 1967 Provisional Government, countermarked Coinage X#4.2, Countermarked on host coin Yemen Riyal Y#31 Countermark VF, host coin Near Fine, Rare, our archive database indicates that this is the first that we have handled (£100 - £200) 1645) Australia (2) Penny 1912H KM#23 UNC with traces of lustre and minor cabinet friction, Halfpenny 1911 KM#22 UNC with traces of lustre (£100 - £150) 1646) Austria 8 Forint 20 Francs 1879KM#2269 GVF/NEF (£150 - £250)

1641) Unite Charles I Group B, Second Bust, more elongated bust dividing the legend, S.2688, mintmark Plume, Fine/ VF Ex-brooch mount , creased (£400 - £600)

1647) Bolivia 14 Gramos 1952 Revolution Commemorative, Gold Bullion Series X#12 Ex-Jewellery with very slight traces of a mount having been skilfully removed (£375 - £500) 1648) Brazil 20000 Reis Gold 1852 KM#463 About VF Ex-Jewellery (£425 - £550) 1649) Brazil 6400 Reis Gold 1806R KM#236.1 VF with signs of a mount being attached at the top of the obverse (£325 £450) 1650) China Dollar Yuan Shih-Kai Year 9 Seven characters above head Y#329.6 UNC or near so and lustrous with pleasing tone in parts (£100 - £120)

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1651) Ecuador 10 Sucres Gold 1899 Birmingham JM KM#56 VF Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £260) 1652) France 20 Francs Gold 1809A KM#695.1 Fine, some scratches to the edge suggest once in in jewellery (£140 £240) 1653) France 20 Francs Gold 1815A KM#706.1 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£150 - £250) 1654) France 20 Francs Gold 1830A Charles X KM#726.1 Good Fine, the edge showing signs of having been in jewellery, the surfaces largely problem-free (£130 - £230)

Calenberg 12 Mariengroschen 1677 KM#136 Good Fine and bold, Brunswick-Luneburg 2/3 1807 GFM KM#422 GVF and lustrous, German States - Saxony Albertine Thaler 1763 KM#962 About Fine (£100 - £150) 1667) Hawaii (2) Dollar 1883 Breen 8035 GVF the reverse with some spots, Half Dollar 1883 Breen 8034 GVF toned (£100 - £200) 1668) Hungary 8 Forint 20 Francs 1883KB Trade Coinage KM#467 VF (£150 - £250) 1669) Hungary Thaler 1688 KB Kremnitz Mint KM#214.1, Dav.3260 VF with old grey tone (£100 - £150)

1655) France 20 Francs Gold 1852A KM#774 a one year type, Fine (£250 - £500)

1670) Iran Gold Half Pahlavi SH1332 (1953) KM#1161 UNC (£100 - £150)

1656) France 20 Francs Gold 1862A KM#801.1 VF (£140 - £240)

1671) Ireland Shilling Philip and Mary 1555 S.6500 mintmark Portcullis, approaching Fine for this base silver issue (£175 - £250)

1657) France 20 Francs Gold 1893A KM#825 EF (£160 - £200) 1658) France 5 Francs Gold 1866A KM#803.1 AU/UNC (£50 - £75) 1659) German States - Prussia 20 Marks 1888A KM#505 A/UNC (£200 - £250)

1672) Israel Medallic Coinage 100 Shekels Gold 1962 X#7 issued by the Numismatic Centre of Mexico Lustrous UNC with a few very light contact marks (£300 - £400)

1660) German States - Prussia 20 Marks Gold 1887A NVF/VF with a small x-shaped scratch in the reverse field, Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 1691 £35 (£175 - £250) 1661) German States - Prussia 20 Marks Gold 1888A VF scratched in the obverse field at 3 o’clock by KONIG leaving a small depression, viewing recommended, Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 1692 £35 (£175 - £250) 1662) German States - Saxe-Old-Gotha Thaler 1614 Johann Casimir and Johann Ernst II KM#17, Dav.7429 VF and attractively toned (£100 - £150) 1663) German States - Shwarzenburg Thaler 1696 MM Vienna Mint, the scarcer of the two types KM#16 GVF, Ex-Richard Lobel (£100 - £150)

1673) Italian States - Naples 6 Ducati Gold 1768 BP/C-RC KM#174NVF ex-Jewellery (£200 - £270) 1674) Japan 1 Yen Gold, Year 4 (1871) Y#9 Fine with an edge nick (£275 - £400) 1675) Japan 2 Yen Gold, Year 3 (1870) Y#10 NVF, Rare (£250 £500)

1664) German States - Westphalia 1811C 20 Frank KM#103 VF with some traces on the edge and rim of once being in jewellery (£200 - £300) 1665) German States (3) Teutonic Order Thaler 1603 (32 groschen) KM#3, Dav.5848 GVF, the edges showing some striations at 12 and 6 o’clock, the surface though show no signs of the coin having been mounted, Mansfeld - Eisleben Thaler 1577 MB#44 NVF, Saxony-Albertine 2 Thaler 1854F KM#1149 NVF/VF once cleaned (£120 - £150)

1676) Malta (2) 15 Tari 1798 KM#344 Fine/Good Fine the reverse with light adjustment lines, Scudo 1796 KM#342 Fine or slightly better (£100 - £150)

1666) German States (6) Saxe-Old-Weimar Half Thaler 1598 Obverse: Two Dukes facing, Reverse: Saxony Arms in ornate shield with date above in circle, formerly KM#3, Dav.9779 Fine or better with a flan flaw at the top where possibly once mounted, Saxony Thaler 1624 WA Middle figure on reverse holds a baton KM#301 NVF, purchased by the vendor in September 1977, Brunswick-Lunegurg-Calenberg 24 Mariengroschen 1697 KM#378 variety, Reverse legend SOLA BONA QUAE HONESTA Fine, Brunswick-Luneberg-

1678) Malta 10 Scudi Gold 1763 KM#272 VF with some light hairlines and adjustment lines (£300 - £600)

1677) Malta 10 Scudi Gold 1762 KM#270 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£175 - £225)

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1679) Malta 2 Scudi 1796 KM#343 Good Fine with old toning (£60 - £90)

a rare issue and seldom offered (£250 - £500)

1680) Malta 20 Scudi Gold 1765 KM#277 NVF (£400 - £500)

1693) Russia Roubles (2) 1913BC 300th Anniversary of the Romanov Dynasty Y#70 A/UNC and lustrous with some light toning, 1924 Y#90.1 VF with some scratches (£100 £120) 1681) Malta 3 Tari 1649 KM#66 VF on a slightly irregularly shaped flan, a very rare type, currently lists at $1000 VF in Krause, accompanied by the vendors ticket stating ‘May 1974 Lot 128 an F specimen fetched £100’ (Ex Reeve Coln) (£250 £450)

1694) Scotland Half Merk (Noble) James VI Second Coinage 1573 S.5478 Good Fine with some old scratches, Rare (£100 £200) 1695) Scotland Sword and Sceptre piece 1602 James VI, Eighth Coinage S.5460 Ex-Astons September 1976, approaching Fine (£700 - £900)

1682) Malta 30 Tari 1757 KM#A256 VF or better and pleasing (£100 - £150) 1683) Malta 30 Tari 1761 Banner hanging from cross in right hand KM#260 VF with old grey tone, the reverse with some weakness in the centre (£100 - £150) 1684) Malta 30 Tari 1768 KM#266 Good Fine (£75 - £125) 1685) Malta 30 Tari 1790 without eagle below modified bust KM#335.2 VF with old grey tone (£100 - £120) 1686) Malta 30 Tari 1798 Hompesch, with dot below bust, Restelli & Sammut 009 KM#345 variant NVF with old coppery tone, we note we have only offered one previous example of this date in 15 years (£100 - £150) 1687) Malta 30 Tari 1798 Hompesch, with dot below bust, Restelli & Sammut 009 KM#345 variant, Near EF/EF with a superb old tone, very scarce in this high grade, we note we have only offered one previous example of this date in 15 years (£150 - £200) 1688) Malta 4 Tari 1648 KM#69 Reverse: Crowned Arms of Lascaris Good Fine with an edge nick between 6 and 7 o’clock, Rare (£125 - £175) 1689) Mexico 8 Reales 1828 Pi JS San Luis Potosi Mint, plain date, KM#377.12 NEF/GVF with a tone spot on the obverse, scarce (£100 - £120) 1690) Netherlands Ducat 1928 Gold Trade Coinage KM#83.1a Lustrous UNC with some light contact marks (£80 - £120) 1691) Russia 10 Roubles Gold 1902AP Y#64 NEF/EF (£210 - £275) 1692) Russia 3 Roubles Platinum 1830 CПБ Bitkin 75, C#177 VF

1696) Scotland Thistle Merk 1602 S.5497 Fine (£75 - £125) 1697) Scotland Twelve Shillings (2) Charles I Third Coinage (16371642) Type IV Falconer’s issue, Bust wholly within inner circle, Reverse with F over Crown S.5562 Good Fine with an old dig in the obverse field, Twelve Shillings Charles I Third Coinage (1637-1642) Type IV Falconer’s issue New style bust, slightly breaks inner circle, with F after Obverse legend, Fine the obverse with an old scratch (£80 - £120) 1698) Scotland Twelve Shillings Charles I Third Coinage (16371642) Thistle at end of obverse legend and Thistle above the crown. Fine and bold, A rare die combination, as out of 14 previous example we have handled, none have had the thistle mintmark on both sides (£100 - £150) 1699) Straits Settlements (3) Quarter Cent 1862 KM#4 Fine/VF Rare, 10 Cents (2) 1889 KM#11 GVF with some contact marks, 1893 KM#11 VF (£50 - £100) 1700) USA 5 Dollars Gold 1910 Breen 6811 Good Fine (£240 £280) 1701) USA 5 Dollars Gold 1910D Solid D Breen 6810 NEF (£240 - £280) 1702) USA/Ireland Halfpenny 1722 Woods Harp to left Breen 144 NEF/GVF (£125 - £225) 1703) World small gold (3) Mexico 2 1/2 Pesos 1945 KM#463 UNC, Mexico Fantast Gold Peso 1865 Maximillian UNC, Turkey a fantasy piece 16mm diameter, in the style of the Cedid Mahmudiye series, weighing 1.2 grammes, gold content unknown (£50 - £75)

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The Ken Humphris Collection English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1704-2002) 1704) Broad 1662 Charles II Pattern S.3337A, North 2780, by T.Simon, the last coin minted of this denomination, it was then succeeded by the Guinea Coinage. VG the reverse slightly better, the obverse rims lightly scuffed at 5 and 11 o’clock, Ex-Astons July 1976 (£1,750 - £2,750)

1711) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78, Bull 743 Fine/About Fine (£120 - £150) 1712) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78, Bull 743 GVF and nicely toned, the reverse with a thin scratch (£750 - £1,250)

1713) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78, Bull 743 Near Fine/About Fine (£100 - £120) 1705) Crown 1658 8 over 7 Cromwell ESC 10, Bull 240 Fine, toned with the die flaw at it’s late stage (£1,000 - £2,000)

1714) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78, Bull 743 VF the obverse smoothed in the left field and with small initials scratched in the right field, the reverse angles with light tooling (£100 - £120) 1715) Crown 1688 8 over 7 ESC 80, Bull 746 Good Fine (£125 £250)

1706) Crown 1662 No Rose, No date on edge, die axis upright (en medaille) 11 Harp Strings, Unlisted by the 1992 edition of ESC, the Bull edition lists the coin (Bull 348) as Rarity 5 and lists the type as having 8 Harp strings, Fine with old toning, the obverse tooled, an extremely rare variety for the Crown Specialist, the first we have offered (£100 - £300)

1707) Crown 1663 Cloak frosted, Extra curl below C, No Stops on Reverse ESC 27A, Bull 359 VG/Fine, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC and Bull (£100 - £120) 1708) Crown 1666 ESC 32, Bull 366 VG/About Fine (£100 - £150) 1709) Crown 1673 Third Bust, VICESIMO QVINTO ESC 47, Bull 390 Fine with grey tone (£100 - £120)

1716) Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 QVINTO edge, ESC 85 VF with many fine scratches on the surfaces and on the edge, viewing recommended (£500 - £1,000)

1717) Crown 1700 DECIMO TERTIO D of DECIMO over reversed D, ESC 98, Bull 1011 VG/NF with even grey toning, Rare (£100 - £150) 1718) Crown 1716 ESC 110, Bull 1540 Fine with a dig in the edge, this not visible when viewed from either side of the coin, the coins surfaces show no signs of mounting (£250 - £350)

1710) Crown 1682 2 over 1, also edge appears QVRRTO due to QVARTO being struck over TERTIO ESC 65B, Bull 418 Good Fine/Fine with some haymarking and an underlying old pastel tone, rated R2 by ESC and Bull (£100 - £200)

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1723) Crown 1743 Roses ESC 124, Bull 1667 strong VF with a small spot on the portrait and a small x-shaped scratch below the 17 of the date (£300 - £600)

1719) Crown 1720 20 over 18 ESC 113, Bull 1543 Near Fine/Fine, toned (£250 - £350)

1724) Crown 1751 ESC 128, Bull 1671 VF with some contact marks, scarce (£550 - £850)

1720) Crown 1723 SSC ESC 114, Bull 1545 GVF with an old grey tone, the obverse with a series of fine scratches (£350 £650) 1725) Crown 1818 LIX ESC 214, Bull 2009 NEF attractively toned with some contact marks and a small dig in the obverse field (£125 - £175) 1726) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 GVF toned, the obverse with some contact marks (£100 - £150) 1727) Crown 1819 LX ESC 216,Bull 2013 GVF or better (£100 £150) 1721) Crown 1735 Roses and Plumes ESC 1202, Bull 1663 Fine (£250 - £350)

1728) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 EF and attractively toned, Ex-Sussex Coin Co.Ltd (£175 - £275) 1729) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 VF (£100 - £120) 1730) Crown 1822 SECUNDO ESC 251, Bull 2318 NEF lightly toned, Ex-Astons 22/7/1980 (£250 - £500)

1722) Crown 1736 Roses and Plumes ESC 121, Bull 1664, GVF with an attractive old grey tone, two minor edge bruises, pleasing overall and with considerable eye appeal (£650 - £950) 1731) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 GVF with a scratch on the obverse (£750 - £1,300)

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1732) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 GVF/ NEF with some contact marks (£800 - £1,300)

1733) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 NEF with some contact marks (£900 - £1,400)

1741) Crown 1936 ESC 381, Bull 3649 NEF/EF the obverse with a small flan flaw and some contact marks, some surface residue is present from long term vinyl storage, this possibly removable (£250 - £350)

1742) Crowns (2) 1662 No Rose below bust, No edge date ESC 19, Bull 347 VG, 1676 ESC 51, Bull 397 About Fine/Fine with some surface residue from vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care (£100 - £150) 1743) Crowns (2) 1662 Rose below bust, edge undated ESC 15, Bull 339 Near Fine/Fine with old grey toning, 1676 ESC 51, Bull 397 Near Fine, holed on the edge after TVTAMEN (£100 - £150)

1734) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 VF or better, toned, tooled in the fields and on the edge (£250 - £500) 1735) Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 EF with a slightly uneven tone, some thin scratches and small edge nicks (£100 £120) 1736) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562 UNC with a few small spots (£125 - £200) 1737) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 UNC and lustrous (£175 - £225) 1738) Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 VF/NEF with a small spot on the obverse rim (£120 - £150) 1739) Crown 1929 ESC 369, Bull 3636 VF with some small edge nicks (£120 - £150) 1740) Crown 1936 ESC 381, Bull 3649 EF the obverse with some contact marks (£300 - £550)

1744) Crowns (2) 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 Fine or slightly better and nicely toned with a flaw on the reverse, 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89, Bull 995 strong Fine and nicely toned (£125 - £225) 1745) Crowns (2) 1695 SEPTIMO, with cinquefoil stops on the edge ESC 86, Bull 990, Fine with an old and colourful tone, 1696 ESC 89, Bull 995 Fine, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/4/1977 Lot 1364 (£125 - £225) 1746) Crowns (2) 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 VF/GVF, ExGlendinings February 1977, 1844 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 281, Bull 2562 Good Fine, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/4/1977 Lot 1282 (£100 - £120) 1747) Crowns (2) 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 VF with some contact marks, Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 889, 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 GVF toned with some scratches and surface marks (£100 - £120) 1748) Farthing 1665 Pattern in Silver, the King with short hair Peck 407 dies 1a+A, Good Fine with a flan flaw on the reverse (£100 - £150) 1749) Five Guineas 1692 QVARTO S.3422 nEF/EF, desirable thus the obverse retaining some lustre (£15,000 - £25,000)

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1752) Guinea 1677 as S.3344 the first 6 of the date with an extra line showing at the top left of the curve, looking like a continuation of the lower loop. Fine, the obverse gilded. Only the fourth example we have offered in 15 years, and even in Fine is the finest we have offered (£1,000 - £2,000)

1753) Guinea 1679 S.3344 Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery with N.P lightly scratched below the bust, Ex-Astons June 1976 (£300 £600) 1754) Guinea 1679 S.3344 VG with an old light scuff and some small edge nicks (£300 - £600)

1755) Guinea 1683 S.3344 About Fine with a small dig in the field by GRATIA (£400 - £600)

1756) Guinea 1685 S.3400 Fine and pleasing for the grade (£750 - £1,250)

1750) Florin 1858 Narrow ccc, No Stop after date, ESC 816, Bull 2839 NEF and lustrous the obverse with some hairlines and a heavier contact mark in the field, Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 879 (£100 - £120)

1757) Guinea 1689 S.3426 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£220 £320) 1758) Guinea 1701 Ornamented Sceptres S.3463 VG/Near Fine (£250 - £300)

1751) Guinea 1668 Third Laureate Bust S.3342 NVF with some light haymarks, our archive database, stretching back to March 2003 shows that this is the first example we have offered (£1,500 - £2,500)

1759) Guinea 1715 Second Laureate Head S.3629 VG/approaching Fine with a slight weakness in the centre of the reverse, a scarce one year type (£450 - £700) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


auction archive reveals that this is the first example we have offered in 15 years, so probably rarer than catalogue values would suggest, with Spink now listing at £3000 in VF (£1,000 - £2,500)

1760) Guinea 1716 Fourth Laureate Head S.3631 approaching Fine with some old scratches in the obverse field, the edges with the milling worn at 6 and 12 o’clock, however the coins surfaces show no evidence of mounting, viewing recommended (£220 - £260)

1761) Guinea 1720 Large 20 in date S.3631 About Fine (£450 £700)

1766) Guinea 1731 S.3672 Fine, the reverse slightly better but with some old heavier contact marks on the shield (£350 - £650)

1767) Guinea 1731 S.3672 NVF with signs consistent with having been in jewellery (£220 - £260) 1768) Guinea 1733 S.3674 Fine, the obverse slightly better (£350 - £650)

1762) Guinea 1722 S.3631 Good Fine, the obverse with evidence of double striking, the reverse shows evidence of slight unevenness to the flan to the lower right of the French shield (£500 - £750) 1769) Guinea 1739 Intermediate Head S.3676 Fine or better possibly once lightly cleaned, now with pleasing tone, Ex-Astons August 1979 (£400 - £600)

1763) Guinea 1726 S.3633 Fine/Good Fine (£500 - £750)

1764) Guinea 1727 George I S.3633 About Fine waterworn, only the fifth example we have offered in 15 years, Ex-Astons August 1979 (£350 - £650)

1770) Guinea 1741 41 over 39 S.3676 About Fine/Fine with some haymarking, the overdate clear, our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates that this is the first example we have offered, so probably rarer than catalogue values would suggest (£700 - £1,000)

1771) Guinea 1759 S.3680 Good Fine/Fine with a small edge nick (£350 - £650) 1765) Guinea 1730 S.3672 NVF/VF with some hairlines and touches of haymarking, the obverse with rim nicks, our More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1778) Guinea 1777 S.3728 H (before REX) struck over a lower H, NEF and lustrous with some contact marks, the obverse with a small flan flaw after GRATIA (£500 - £750)

1772) Guinea 1760 S.3680 Good Fine/Fine (£350 - £650)

1779) Guinea 1779 S.3728 VF/NVF with scratches in the obverse field (£275 - £350)

1773) Guinea 1766 S.3727 Fine or slightly better (£240 - £320)

1780) Guinea 1782 S.3728 VF (£350 - £500)

1774) Guinea 1773 S.3727 Good Fine/Fine with some surface marks (£275 - £350)

1781) Guinea 1785 S.3728 GVF with trace of a mount having been skilfully removed at the top of the obverse (£220 - £260) 1782) Guinea 1786 S.3728 Bright About VF, Ex-edge mount (£220 - £260) 1775) Guinea 1774 S.3728 NEF the obverse with some scratches below the bust, the reverse with a small area of scratches to the top left of the crown, no evidence of any damage to other parts of the surface or edge (£500 - £1,000)

1783) Guinea 1787 Plain Edge Proof with plain borders, by L.Pingo, Wilson and Rasmussen 104 (rated R3), weight 8.09 grammes, GEF and lustrous with some hairlines and a small edge nick, we note that Spink lists at FDC £14,000. Note: Wilson and Rasmussen states that there are two examples in the British Museum weighing 7.26 grammes and 8.55 grammes respectively (£2,500 - £5,000)

1776) Guinea 1774 S.3728 NVF/GF with a small scuff on the shield rim (£275 - £350) 1784) Guinea 1787 S.3729 GVF with a small tone spot on the King’s hair (£350 - £550)

1777) Guinea 1774 S.3728 VF (£300 - £450)

1785) Guinea 1788 S.3729 Near Fine/Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£220 £260) 1786) Guinea 1790 S.3729 GVF/VF with some surface marks (£300 - £500) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1795) Guinea 1798 S.3729 GVF Ex-Jewellery (£220 - £260) 1796) Guinea 1798 S.3729 NVF with some contact marks (£300 - £450)

1787) Guinea 1791 S.3729 Good Fine with some light haymarking (£275 - £350) 1797) Guinea 1813 Military S.3730 Near Fine/Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £400) 1798) Half Guinea 1686 S.3404 Good Fine/Fine waterworn, the obverse with some old scuffs (£150 - £200) 1788) Guinea 1792 S.3729 Fine or better/Good Fine with small rim nicks (£300 - £450)

1789) Guinea 1792 S.3729 NEF and lustrous with some hairlines, scarce in high grade, Ex-J.Welsh April 1976 (£500 - £750)

1799) Half Guinea 1695 Early Harp S.3466 GVF with two edge nicks, the obverse with some old scuffs (£300 - £600)

1800) Half Guinea 1695 Early Harp S.3466 NVF with some slight weakness on the side of the French shield (£500 - £750)

1790) Guinea 1793 S.3729 Bright NVF/VF with some contact marks and light haymarks (£300 - £450)

1801) Half Guinea 1695 Early Harp S.3466 VF (£275 - £425)

1791) Guinea 1794 S.3729 EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Ex-J.Welsh April 1976 (£350 - £550) 1802) Half Guinea 1725 S.3637 Fine (£200 - £250)

1792) Guinea 1794 S.3729 Fine, the reverse slightly better (£240 - £320)

1803) Half Guinea 1747 S.3685 Fine with some light hairlines, we note this is only the second example we have offered in 15 years (£160 - £200) 1804) Half Guinea 1760 S.3685 Fine, lightly creased (£125 - £200) 1805) Half Guinea 1777 S.3734 Good Fine with an old x-shaped scratch on the reverse (£125 - £200)

1793) Guinea 1794 S.3729 NVF Ex-Jewellery (£220 - £260) 1794) Guinea 1795 S.3729 Fine/Good Fine (£240 - £320)

1806) Half Guinea 1777 S.3734 NVF/GF with an O-shaped incuse mark to the left of the shield (£125 - £200) 1807) Half Guinea 1779 S.3734 Fine with scratches at the top of

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the obverse between III and DEI suggesting possibly once in a mount (£125 - £200) 1808) Half Guinea 1786 S.3734 Good Fine with a small crease to the flan to the left of the crown (£125 - £200) 1809) Half Guinea 1793 S.3735 Fine (£175 - £225) 1810) Half Guinea 1797 S.3735 Fine, the reverse slightly better, Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 874 (£125 - £200) 1811) Half Guinea 1798 8 over 7 S.3735 Fine/Good Fine with an old scratch on the obverse (£200 - £300)

1825) Half Sovereign 1826 Marsh 407 VF cleaned with many hairlines and an old heavy scratch on the reverse on the E of REX (£200 - £250) 1826) Half Sovereign 1826 Marsh 407 VG (£120 - £150) 1827) Half Sovereign 1827 Marsh 408 Fine/Near Fine, the obverse with some old scuffs (£170 - £220) 1828) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 GVF Ex-Jewellery, the obverse with some scratches, the reverse pleasing for the grade with traces of edge mount, the surfaces other than the aforementioned scratches large free from problems (£200 - £400)

1812) Half Guinea 1798 S.3735 About EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 - £500)

1829) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 VF/GF Ex-Jewellery, the edges with the full milling intact, strong magnification reveals the slight traces of being in jewellery remaining in the fields (£200 - £400) 1830) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C, GEF, Ex-Reeves Auction 6/2/1981 Lot 1099 (£110 - £140)

1813) Half Guinea 1798 S.3735 About Fine/Fine (£125 - £200) 1814) Half Guinea 1798 S.3735 GVF and lustrous with a few small flecks of haymarking (£200 - £400) 1815) Half Guinea 1801 S.3736 About VF/VF with scratches in the reverse field (£125 - £200) 1816) Half Guinea 1802 S.3736 Good Fine with an old scratch on the obverse (£125 - £200) 1817) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 Fine/NVF (£125 - £200) 1818) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 GF/NVF lightly cleaned, Ex-Reeves Auction 3/2/1978 Lot 1688, Third Guinea 1804 S.3740 Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery and with light graffiti (£125 - £200) 1819) Half Guinea 1809 S.3737 holed, VG ex-jewellery (£100 £125) 1820) Half Guinea 1810 S.3737 About VF/VF with some scratches and hairlines on the obverse (£175 - £250) 1821) Half Sovereign 1818 Marsh 401 Good Fine (£175 - £225) 1822) Half Sovereign 1820 Marsh 402 NEF with some hairlines and a thin scratch above the bust (£200 - £250)

1831) Half Sovereign 1892 No JEB on truncation, Lower shield S.3869D Good Fine (£110 - £140) 1832) Half Sovereign 1902 Marsh 505 Good Fine (£110 - £140) 1833) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A EF/UNC the obverse cleaned (£110 - £140) 1834) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A nFDC/UNC the reverse with a contact marks on the horse (£200 - £350) 1835) Half Sovereign 1906S Marsh 523A/UNC and lustrous (£110 - £140) 1836) Half Sovereign 1909 Marsh 512 Good Fine (£110 - £140) 1837) Half Sovereign 1909 Marsh 512 NVF/GF (£110 - £140) 1838) Half Sovereign 1910 Marsh 513 About VF (£110 - £140) 1839) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 NEF/GVF with slight traces of surface residue on the obverse (£110 - £140) 1840) Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447, Bull 252 Near Fine/ Fine, once gilded this now largely removed (£400 - £800)

1823) Half Sovereign 1820 Marsh 402 VF with a light scuff on the portrait (£150 - £250) 1824) Half Sovereign 1823 Marsh 404 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, only the third example we have offered since 2003 (£300 - £500)

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1841) Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447, Bull 252 NVF with some edge nicks and a small dig above the laurel wreath (£1,000 - £2,000)

1851) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034 VF with grey tone (£100 - £150) 1852) Halfcrown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 596, Bull 1675 VF (£175 - £275) 1853) Halfcrown 1741 Unaltered Date, Roses ESC 601, Bull 1681, NVF, nicely toned, Very Rare (£200 - £300) 1854) Halfcrown 1746 Proof ESC 608, Bull 1691, GVF/NEF with some surface marks and a dig in the obverse field (£400 £800)

1842) Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447, Bull 252 VF and attractively toned with a long flan crack at 7 o’clock (£500 - £1,000)

1855) Halfcrown 1816 U over lower U in QUI, as ESC 613, Bull 2086 GEF and lustrous (£125 - £175) 1843) Halfcrown 1676 Retrograde 1 ESC 478C, Fine/NVF, the obverse with some old scratches (£110 - £140) 1844) Halfcrown 1680 Reversed D in SECVNDO ESC 485A (incorrectly listed for 1681 in Bull) Ex-Wreck of ‘The Association’ VF with some heavier surface marks and edge knocks, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, Ex-Reeves Auction 7/9/1979 Lot 1240 (Variety unrecorded at the time of the Reeves sale) (£100 - £200) 1845) Halfcrown 1682 unaltered date ESC 489, Bull 493 toned Fine/Good Fine with some heavier adjustment lines and light haymarking, Very Rare (£125 - £175) 1846) Halfcrown 1683 ESC 490, Bull 497 some weakness of strike between 1 and 2 o’clock and correspondingly so on the reverse, otherwise About Fine/Fine, Rare, Shilling 1683 ESC 1605, Bull 558 approaching Fine with uneven tone, Rare (£120 - £150) 1847) Halfcrown 1687 ESC 498, Bull 753 Good Fine with an old and colourful tone, purchased from Astons October 1980 (£200 - £250) 1848) Halfcrown 1688 ESC 502, Bull 759 Fine/Good Fine, toned with some very light haymarking (£100 - £150) 1849) Halfcrown 1697 First Bust, Large Shields, Later Harp, with E over larger E in GVLIELMVS as ESC 541, Bull 1021 strong VF with an old and colourful tone, some old scratches are present on BR.FRA, these possibly made at the time of minting as there is a corresponding weakness on III.DEI on the obverse (£125 - £250) 1850) Halfcrown 1697y ESC 551, Bull 1100 GF/NVF nicely toned, the obverse with an old scratch and light haymarks (£100 - £120)

1856) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 NEF (£100 £120) 1857) Halfcrown 1927 Proof ESC 775, Bull 3730 UNC, Shilling 1927 Proof ESC 1440, Bull 3830 Lustrous UNC , Sixpence 1927 Proof ESC 1816 (no equivalent listing in Bull) UNC and lustrous, toning around the rims (£100 - £120) 1858) Halfcrowns (2) 1672 Third Bust ESC 471 with stop after HIB Fine with some surface marks, 1696 OCTAVO Large Shields, Early Harp ESC 522, Bull 1016, the obverse with a masonic symbol countermark, the reverse with 140 countermark, the countermarks GF, the host coin VG (£100 - £150) 1859) Halfcrowns (2) 1679 ESC 481, Bull 480, TRICESIMO PRIMO About Fine/Fine with old silver toning, 1689 First Shield, No frosting, with pearls ESC 511, Bull 845 Fine/About Fine with old toning (£100 - £120) 1860) Halfcrowns (2) 1680 TRICESIMO SECVNDO ESC 485, Bull 489, VG/NF with some old light surface marks and adjustment lines, Very Rare, rayed R3 by ESC, 1689 First Shield, No frosting, with pearls, Fine/About Fine, toned (£125 - £225) 1861) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, ESC 505, Bull 831, Near Fine/Fine with an edge nick, 1689 Second Shield, No frosting, with pearls, ESC 511, Bull 845 Near Fine, toned (£100 - £120) 1862) Halfcrowns (2) 1690 SECVNDO, No frosting, no pearls, Second L in GVLIELMVS double struck, ESC 513, Bull 847 VG, the obverse with some tooling on the portraits, Rare, 1689 Second Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls ESC 510, Bull 839 Near Fine with a flan flaw on the reverse (£100 - £120) 1863) Halfcrowns (2) 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Shields ESC 522, Bull 1016 NVF toned with some old surface

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residue from vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care, 1696C Large Shields, Large Early Harp ESC 525, Bull 1065 VG (£100 - £120) 1864) Halfcrowns (2) 1697y First Bust, Later Harp, Large Shields ESC 551, Bull 1100 Fine, the reverse slightly better, attractively toned with some haymarking, 1697E ESC 547, Bull 1074 VG with an attractive old tone (£100 - £120)

1878) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 NVF with some surface marks on the obverse between 1 and 2 o’clock (£120 - £150) 1879) Shilling 1658 Cromwell ESC 1005, Bull 254, VF or better and nicely toned (£1,000 - £2,000)

1865) Halfpenny 1673 Peck 510 About Fine with some double striking to the obverse, Ex-Reeves Auction 5/5/1978 Lot 989 (£100 - £120) 1866) Halfpenny 1695 struck on a heavier flan of 12.07 grammes (186.27 grains) heavier than the weight range stated by Peck but lighter than the ‘thick flan’ variety quoted by Peck, VF and well struck, on a pitted flan with some scratches and edge nicks (£50 - £75) 1867) Halfpenny Charles II Pattern in copper, Obverse: Bust to left with short hair CAROLVS . A . CAROLO, Reverse Britannia seated to left on a globe, QVATVOR . MARIA . VINDICO with C of VINDICO touching the O, Exergue: BRITANNIA Peck 404 EF/NEF the reverse with some surface cracks and long scratches (£100 - £150)

1880) Shilling 1663 First Bust Variety ESC 1025 VF with grey and gold toning (£125 - £175) 1881) Shilling 1685 ESC 1068, Bull 760 Near Fine/Fine (£100 £150) 1882) Shilling 1692 ESC 1075, Bull 863 VF or better with a superb deep blue, gold and magenta tone, minor haymarks and adjustment lines barely detract, a coin with stunning eye appeal, our archive database stretching back to 2003 reveals that this is the second finest we have offered (£350 - £650)

1868) Maundy Set 1885 ESC 2499, Bull 3542 EF to UNC with matching tone, the Penny with tiny rim nicks (£80 - £120) 1869) Maundy Set 1888 ESC 2502, Bull 3545 A/UNC to UNC with matching tone, the Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence with tiny rim nicks (£80 - £120) 1870) Maundy Set 1889 ESC 2504, Bull 3547 A/UNC to UNC with a matching tone, the Penny with a tiny rim nick (£80 - £120) 1871) Maundy Set 1932 ESC 2549, Bull 3993 GEF to UNC the Fourpence, Twopence and Penny with matching tone, the Penny with a tiny rim nick (£80 - £120) 1872) Medalet or Pattern Farthing Mary II undated in silver, Obverse Bust of Mary, right MARIA . II . DEI . GRA . Montagu 18 Good Fine, nicely toned (£40 - £80)

1883) Shilling 1693 Stop after BR, No Stop after REGINA ESC 1076, Bull 868 About Fine/Fine, listed as R4 by Bull (£100 - £150) 1884) Shilling 1698 Fourth Bust ‘Flaming Hair’ ESC 1115, Bull 1141 VF/Near VF with a contact marks on the obverse and some light haymarks, with an old and colourful tone, we note from our archive database that these are normally only found in Fine or below, this a pleasing middle grade example and with considerable eye appeal, we note Spink now lists this coin at £600 in VF (£300 - £600)

1873) Medalet or Pattern Halfpenny William and Mary Peck 636, undated, Peck lists these under ‘uncertain pieces’, 29mm diameter in copper, GVF with traces of lustre, both sides showing signs of flan stress, seldom seen and almost never in grades above Fine (£100 - £200) 1874) Pennies (2) 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous with a few small spots on the obverse, purchased by the vendor 5/8/1977, 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C UNC with good lustre (£100 - £120) 1875) Penny 1806 Proof in Bronzed Copper Peck 1328, KP32 EF/ AU (£150 - £250) 1876) Penny 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1871Ad, 12 1/2 teeth date spacing, GVF, Rare (£125 - £225) 1877) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 About EF, cleaned (£150 £275)

1885) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165, Bull 1566 NEF attractively toned, a small flan flaw on the reverse barely detracts (£150 - £250) 1886) Shilling 1720 Plain in angles ESC 1167, Bull 1568 About VF/NVF, 1750 50 over 46 ESC 1211, Bull 1732 Fine (£100 - £120) 1887) Shilling 1725 Roses and Plumes ESC 1183, Bull 1597 GVF and nicely toned with a few light haymarks (£150 - £250) 1888) Shilling 1727 George II Roses and Plumes ESC 1190, Bull 1695 NVF/VF with a small adjustment mark on the Irish

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Harp (£150 - £200) 1889) Shilling 1731 Roses and Plumes ESC 1194, Bull 1703 GVF/ NEF with an old grey tone, the reverse with some very light adjustment marks (£150 - £250) 1890) Shilling 1739 Roses ESC 1201, Bull 1716 NEF and nicely toned (£125 - £225) 1891) Shilling 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214, Bull 2124 NEF toned, the obverse with some light haymarking, ExGlendinings 7/7/1982 Lot 127 (£500 - £1,000)

1902) Sixpence 1678 8 over 7, G of MAG struck over an O or D, ESC 1517, Bull 573 VF/About VF with an old thin scratch on the reverse (£100 - £120) 1903) Sixpence 1694 ESC 1531, Bull 871 Fine with grey toning, Rare (£125 - £175) 1904) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533, Bull 1202 NEF and attractively toned (£60 - £90) 1905) Sixpence 1697 GVLIEIMVS error, Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1566C, Bull 1237 Lustrous UNC with some minor haymarks and some light toning, Very Rare in this high grade (£150 - £250) 1906) Sixpence 1723 SSC Small Letters on Obverse ESC 1600, Bull 1612 GVF (£100 - £120)

1892) Shilling 1787 Hearts ESC 1225, Bull 2129 UNC and richly toned with minor cabinet friction, Sixpence 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626, Bull 2187 EF with minor adjustment lines on the obverse (£100 - £150) 1893) Shilling 1823 ESC 1249, Bull 2398 GVF/VF with some contact marks on the portrait, Rare (£100 - £150) 1894) Shilling 1824 ESC 1251, Bull 2400 EF with two small rim nicks (£100 - £120)

1907) Sixpences (2) 1697E Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1671, Bull 1286 Good Fine/Fine with some haymarking, Very Rare, rated R3 by ESC, 1698 Plain in angles ESC 1575, Bull 1244 Good Fine (£100 - £150) 1908) Sixpences (2) 1728 Plumes ESC 1605, Bull 1738 Good Fine, the reverse with a small scratch below the 28, 1758 ESC 1623, Bull 1763 EF (£100 - £120) 1909) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 NVF/GVF (£350 - £650)

1895) Shilling 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Bull 2405 GEF lustrous, somewhat prooflike, Sixpence 1821 ESC 1654, Bull 2421 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks and tone spots (£100 - £150) 1896) Shilling 1848 8 over 6 ESC 1294, Bull 2993 VF Rare (£100 - £150) 1897) Shillings (2) 1692 ESC 1075, Bull 863 NVF/VF toned with initials scratched on the portraits, this visible under magnification, 1693 Stop after BR, No Stop after REGINA ESC 1076, Bull 868 VG (£100 - £120) 1898) Shillings (2) 1696 First Bust, ESC 1078, Bull 1104 Good Fine/ Fine, 1696E First Bust ESC 1084, Bull 1180, Fine/Good Fine and nicely toned, Sixpences (2) 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533, Bull 1202 Fine, 1697 First Bust, Later Harp, Small Crowns ESC 1552, Bull 1219 Fine/Good Fine with some light haymarking (£100 - £120) 1899) Shillings (2) 1697C First Bust ESC 1052, Bull 1165 Fine with grey tone, 1697C Third Bust, Large Lettering, ESC 1096, Bull 1172 Fine/Good Fine, the obverse lightly pitted, Sixpence 1696B First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1535, Bull 1254 VF (£120 - £150) 1900) Shillings (2) 1723 SSC First Bust ESC 1176, Bull 1586 VF/ GVF, 1745 LIMA ESC 1204, Bull 1722 Fine/Good Fine (£100 - £120) 1901) Shillings (2) 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 GVF with some light haymarking, 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 VF (£100 £120)

1910) Sovereign 1818 Ascending Colon before REX, with a clear gap between REX and F:D: Marsh 2A Near Fine/About Fine, Rare (£350 - £650)

1911) Sovereign 1820 Large Date, Closed 2, Marsh 4, GF/NVF (£500 - £600)

1912) Sovereign 1820 Large Date, Closed 2, Marsh 4, VG or slightly better/About Fine, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/4/1977 Lot 1544 (£275 - £375) 1913) Sovereign 1820 Large Date, Open 2, Marsh 4 GVF brushed (£300 - £600)

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1922) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Good Fine (£250 - £350) 1923) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 NEF with some contact marks (£500 - £750)

1914) Sovereign 1820 Large Date, Open 2, Marsh 4, NEF/GVF or better (£750 - £1,250)

1924) Sovereign 1827 Marsh 12 Fine (£250 - £325)

1915) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 GF/VF (£400 - £600)

1925) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 Fine (£250 - £325) 1926) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 GVF with a gentle edge bruise (£450 - £750) 1916) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 VF with some old scratches and surface marks (£400 - £700) 1917) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 NVF (£400 - £600)

1927) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 VF or near so, with an edge nick (£300 - £500)

1918) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 VG/NF (£250 - £325) 1919) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 Good Fine (£350 £550) 1928) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 Fine or better the reverse with two small digs to the right of the crown (£250 - £325) 1929) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 Fine with a few small rim nicks (£250 - £325) 1920) Sovereign 1825 Marsh 10 VF/NEF with some light contact marks (£400 - £600)

1930) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 VF or slightly better (£500 - £750)

1931) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 VG/Near Fine (£225 - £275) 1921) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Fine (£260 - £320)

1932) Sovereign 1833 Marsh 18 NVF/GVF (£500 - £600)

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1933) Sovereign 1833 Marsh 18 NVF/VF with an old scrape on the reverse (£250 - £500) 1934) Sovereign 1835 Marsh 19 GVF/EF, Ex-Astons November 1976 (£800 - £1,200)

1946) Sovereign 1862 R over E in BRITANNIARUM S.3852D VF Very Rare with Spink listing at £1650 in VF (£250 - £500) 1947) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date S.3852D GVF/EF (£250 - £350) 1948) Sovereign 1863 Marsh 46 VF/GVF (£225 - £325) 1949) Sovereign 1863 Marsh 46 VF/NEF (£225 - £325) 1950) Sovereign 1870 Marsh 54 Die Number 119 VF/GVF (£225 - £325)

1935) Sovereign 1837 as Marsh 21 with both ANNO and all four digits of the date double struck, Fine/VF (£350 - £650)

1951) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 30 EF/AU and lustrous, the reverse with an old scuff on the crown (£225 - £275) 1952) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, No Die Number, Marsh 47 NVF/VF (£225 - £325)

1936) Sovereign 1837 as Marsh 21 with both ANNO and all four digits of the date double struck, Good Fine with some edge nicks (£350 - £650)

1953) Sovereign 1877S Shield Reverse Marsh 73 About EF/EF the obverse with some contact marks (£225 - £325) 1954) Sovereign 1879S Shield Reverse Marsh 75 GVF/NEF (£225 - £325) 1955) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 Fine/Good Fine (£225 - £275)

1937) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 F/NVF Rare (£750 - £1,500)

1938) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 VF with some contact marks (£300 - £450)

1956) Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head with G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3867B, DISH M8 GVF/NEF and lustrous, scarce (£275 - £375)

1957) Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head with G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3867B, DISH M8 NVF/VF, scarce (£225 - £275) 1958) Sovereign 1887M Young Head, George and the Dragon, Horse with short tail, WW complete on broad truncation, S.3857C VF/GVF (£225 - £275) 1959) Sovereign 1889M G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3867B, DISH M12, EF and lustrous (£225 - £275)

1940) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 VF/GVF (£225 - £325)

1960) Sovereign 1889S G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3868B EF with minor contact marks and a small rim nick (£225 £275)

1941) Sovereign 1854 WW incuse S.3852D NVF with some surface marks (£225 - £325)

1961) Sovereign 1889S G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3868B GVF/NEF with an edge nick (£225 - £275)

1942) Sovereign 1855 WW incuse S.3852D GVF/NEF (£225 - £325)

1962) Sovereign 1889S G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3868B, DISH 12, EF/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks and an edge nick (£225 - £275)

1939) Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 About VF/GVF (£225 - £325)

1943) Sovereign 1858 Large Date S.3852D Fine/NVF (£225 - £325) 1944) Sovereign 1859 Marsh 42 GF/NVF (£225 - £325) 1945) Sovereign 1860 Marsh 43 VF/GVF with some contact marks, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/4/1977 Lot 1178 (£225 - £325)

1963) Sovereign 1890M G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3867B, DISH M14 VF/GVF with some small edge nicks (£225 £275)

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1964) Sovereign 1894S Marsh 163 GEF and lustrous (£225 - £275)

1983) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 GVF/NEF (£225 - £275)

1965) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 GVF/NEF with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£225 - £275)

1984) Sovereign 1914M Marsh 232 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£225 - £275)

1966) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 NEF/EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£225 - £275)

1985) Sovereign 1916 Marsh 218 EF/GEF scarce (£275 - £375)

1967) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 EF (£225 - £275) 1968) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 About EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£225 - £275) 1969) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 NEF/EF with some contact marks (£225 - £275) 1970) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 About EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£225 - £275) 1971) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 EF/AU and lustrous with small rim nicks (£225 - £275) 1972) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 NEF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£225 - £275)

1986) Sovereign 1923M Marsh 241 EF and scarce (£225 - £275) 1987) Sovereign 1923M Marsh 241 EF and scarce (£225 - £275) 1988) Sovereign 1927SA Marsh 291 EF (£225 - £275) 1989) Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 EF (£225 - £275) 1990) Sovereign 1929SA Marsh 293 EF (£225 - £275) 1991) Sovereign 1931SA Marsh 295 EF with an edge nick (£225 - £275) 1992) Sovereign 1959 Marsh 299 UNC or near so with an edge nick (£225 - £275) 1993) Sovereign 1974 Marsh 307 UNC (£225 - £275)

1973) Sovereign 1899S Marsh 168 EF/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£225 - £275)

1994) Third Guinea 1800 S.3738 Good Fine with touches of surface residue (£100 - £120)

1974) Sovereign 1899S Marsh 168 GVF/NEF and lustrous (£225 - £275)

1995) Third Guinea 1806 S.3740 EF or near so and lustrous with some contact marks (£175 - £250)

1975) Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 GVF/NEF (£225 - £275)

1996) Third Guinea 1808 S.3740 About VF, Ex-Reeves Auction 3/2/1978 Lot 1336 (£120 - £150)

1976) Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 NEF (£225 - £275) 1977) Sovereign 1901M Marsh 161 EF and lustrous (£225 - £275) 1978) Sovereign 1901S Marsh 170 GVF/NEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£225 - £275) 1979) Sovereign 1901S Marsh 170 GVF/NEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£225 - £275) 1980) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 nFDC with a few small tone spots on the reverse (£400 - £600)

1981) Sovereign 1905M Marsh 189 NEF/GVF (£225 - £275) 1982) Sovereign 1910C Marsh 185 NVF with a heavier contact mark on the portrait, Marsh rates at R2, scarce with only 28,020 issued (£275 - £375)

1997) Third Guineas (2) 1798 S.3738 Fine or better, 1804 S.3740 Near Fine/Fine (£175 - £225) 1998) Third Guineas (2) 1802 S.3740 About Fine with some thin scratches on the obverse, 1806 S.3740 About Fine/Fine, lightly creased with some minor haymarks (£180 - £220) 1999) Two Guineas 1679 S.3335 Fine, the obverse with a few small flan imperfections (£2,000 - £4,000)

2000) Two Guineas 1738 S.3667B VF with some light contact marks, the reverse with evidence of scratches and an edge nick at 9 o’clock and a depression at 3 o’clock, suggest possibly once in a mount, viewing recommended (£700 £1,200)

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Third Farthings (2) 1835 Peck 1477 EF with an edge nick 1902 Peck Lustrous UNC (£100 - £150) 2010) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA Fine, Shillings (3) 1723 SSC First Bust, EF with some thin scratches in the obverse field, 1745 LIMA Good Fine, the obverse cleaned, 1758 EF with some scratches in the reverse field (£100 - £120) 2001) Two Guineas 1748 S.3669 Fine, Ex-Jewellery, comes with a letter from the Royal Mint dated 30 July 1976 confirming authenticity (£500 - £1,000)

2011) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA VF/GVF toned, Shilling 1758 GVF, Maundy Fourpences (2) 1746 GVF the obverse with some surface residue, 1746 VF with some light haymarking, Halfpennies (2) 1730 GEOGIVS GF/NVF, 1749 VF (£125 £225) 2012) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568 UNC/nFDC with some hairlines, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578 UNC with some hairlines, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof (£100 - £175)

2002) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 formerly in a swivel mount with the edge expertly repaired, VF with gilding, Ex-Astons August 1976 (£450 - £750)

The Ken Humphris Collection English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2003-2033) 2003) Crown 1662 Rose below, 1662 on edge VG, Halfcrowns (3) 1670 (2) Fine and VG/G, 1676 VG/G (£100 - £120) 2004) Crown 1696 VG/NF with light graffiti on the obverse, Halfcrowns 1689 (2) VG/NF and VG with some tooling, Halfpenny 1694 VF/Fine, Farthing 1694 VG (£100 - £150) 2005) Crowns (5) 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge 1888 VF/GVF, 1889 Bright GVF, 1890 Fine, 1900 LXIII Fine (£100 - £120) 2006) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Fine, toned, Crowns (4) 1820LX (2) VG and Fine, 1821 SECUNDO VG, 1822 SECUNDO Near Fine, Twopences 1797 (2) VF with some scratches and VG once gilded, Penny 1797 VG (£100 - £120) 2007) Florins (5) 1849 Near Fine/Fine, 1856 Fine, toned, 1871 Die Number 57, About Fine/Fine, 1872 Die Number 64 Fine, 1884 VF with some hairlines (£100 - £120) 2008) Groat 1836 NEF, Penny 1831 VF, Farthing 1773 VF, Third Farthings 1830 EF (2) as part of a group of George III, George IV and William IV Shillings to Fractional Farthings (31) in mixed grades mostly VG to VF (£100 - £150) 2009) Half Farthings (2) 1830 Reverse A Peck 1450 UNC or near so, toned, 1837 Peck 1476 NVF/GF with some spots Rare,

2013) Halfcrowns (2) 1745 LIMA About Fine/Fine, 1746 LIMA Good Fine/Fine, Shillings (2) 1745 LIMA Fine, 1758 VF cleaned, Sixpences (2) 1757 Fine, 1758 Near Fine (£100 £150) 2014) Halfcrowns (2) 1745 LIMA Fine/Good Fine, 1746 LIMA Good Fine, Shillings (2) 1723 SSC Second Bust VG, 1745 LIMA NVF toned, Sixpences (3) 1739 Roses Good Fine, 1746 Good Fine, 1757 Near Fine, Halfpenny 1723 VG/NF, Farthings (3) 1720, 1721, 1723 Poor to VG (£100 - £150) 2015) Halfcrowns (2) 1834 VF toned, 1836 Good Fine, toned, Shillings (5) 1824 VF toned, 1825 Bare Head VF toned, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/4/1977 Lot 819, 1826 NVF/GF, 1834 NVF, 1836 VF/GVF with grey tone (£100 - £150) 2016) Halfcrowns (2) 1913 VF, 1915 EF, Shilling 1925 GVF/NEF, Ex-Reeves Auction 6/2/1981 Lot 813, Silver Threepences (8) 1902 UNC and lustrous, 1920 Fine, 1932 Fine, 1934 Fine, 1936 Fine, 1938 Fine, 1940 Good Fine, 1941 Good Fine, 1944 Lustrous UNC, Brass Threepences (7) 1946 VG, 1948 Near Fine, 1949 Near Fine, 1950 Near Fine, 1951 Near Fine, 1951 UNC or near so with subdued lustre, 1956 Lustrous UNC, Pennies (5) 1902 Low Tide UNC with traces of lustre, 1911 GVF, 1914 NEF, 1919 GEF, 1944 EF, Crowns 1977 (2) UNC and A/UNC (£100 - £150) 2017) Halfcrowns (3) 1817 Bull Head NEF with a small scuff and some toning on the obverse, 1819 GVF/NEF with a tone spot on the obverse, 1834 GVF, Three Shilling Bank Token 1812 VF with some hairlines (£100 - £200) 2018) Halfcrowns (3) 1834 GVF, 1887 Jubilee Head A/UNC and lustrous with partial toning, 1926 First Head NEF the obverse deeply toned, Shillings (4) 1787 No Hearts Bright NVF, 1816 GEF, 1826 EF, 1887 Jubilee Head EF toned, Sixpence 1787 Hearts NEF/EF (£120 - £150) 2019) Halfcrowns (4) 1820 George IV Good Fine, 1834 Good Fine, 1835 Near Fine, 1836 Bright VF, Shilling 1834 Bright VF, Sixpences (2) 1821 Good Fine, 1831 NEF, Maundy Twopence Charles II undated issue About Fine/Fine, Maundy Penny 1672 VF/Fine the reverse scratched, Halfpenny 1718 VG (£100 - £120)

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2020) Halfcrowns (7) 1817 Bull Head Bright GVF, 1821 Good Fine, 1823 Second Reverse About Fine, toned, 1824 Fine, 1825 NVF, 1826 VG, 1836 Good Fine, toned (£100 - £150) 2021) Halfpennies (5) 1860 Beaded Border A/UNC, 1862 EF, 1871 EF, 1889 9 over 8 EF, 1901 EF all with lustre, and with surface residue from long term vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care (£100 - £120) 2022) Maundy Odds (7) Fourpences (4) Charles II Machine made, Good Fine/Fine, 1689 G below bust, with berries in wreath Good Fine, GV below bust, stops before and after G, Fine. 1691 Fine. Threepences (2) 1689 both Arabic 1 in date, EF and VF. Penny 1671 Fine or better. along with Groat Henry VIII Laker Bust D S.25337E VF with a section on the flan clipped between 2 and 8 o’clock (£100 - £150) 2023) Pennies (3) 1841 REG No Colon 4 over 8 NEF, 1858 the 8 overstruck, underlying figure unclear GEF with traces of lustre, 1858 Small Date with WW VF, Farthings (5) 1821 GVF, 1878 GF, 1886 GVF, 1897 GEF and lustrous, 1901 GEF toned, Half Farthing 1843 VF, Third Farthings 1878 (2) both UNC with near full lustre (£100 - £120) 2024) Pennies (6) 1841 REG No Colon NEF, 1848 Unaltered Date NEF, 1853 Ornamental Trident EF, 1854 Ornamental Trident EF, 1857 Plain Trident GEF with traces of lustre, 1858 Large Date with WW EF, Halfpennies (3) 1855 NEF, 1857 NEF, 1859 9 over 8 GEF/AU most with degrees of surface residue from long term vinyl storage, possibly removable with care (£100 - £150) 2025) Pennies (7) 1862 EF with some thin scratches, 1868 NEF, 1878 GVF/NEF, Ex-Falmouth 4/6/1977, 1885 NEF with a flan flaw on the date, 1899 Lustrous A/UNC, 1900 UNC, 1901 UNC (£100 - £150) 2026) Pennies (8) 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 dies 2+D EF and lustrous, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 15 dies 4+D EF, 1891 GEF with traces of lustre, 1897 GEF with traces of lustre, 1901 (4) EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre, Halfpenny 1901 Lustrous UNC, some with surface residue from long term vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care (£100 - £120) 2027) Shillings (11) 1844 Bright NEF, 1882 Good Fine, 1887 Jubilee Head (2) GF and NVF, 1890 Good Fine, 1892 NVF, 1894 NVF, 1896 VF, 1897 GVF/NEF, 1912 VF, 1915 NEF, Sixpences (4) 1874 Die Number 27, NVF, 1876 Die Number 5 Fine, 1877 No Die Number, Good Fine, holed, 1884 GVF (£100 - £120) 2028) Shillings (3) 1787 No Hearts, No stop over Head ESC 1218, Bull 2133 Fine, 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 VF, 1816 Repunched first 1 in date VF toned, Ex-Sussex Coins 22/9/1977, Sixpence 1787 No Hearts Bright GVF, Groats (2) 1836 About EF, 1837 EF (£100 - £120) 2029) Shillings (6) 1787 No Hearts Good Fine, 1816 NVF, 1817 IIONI Good Fine, 1820 Good Fine, 1826 VF nicely toned, 1834 VF, Sixpence 1787 Hearts NVF, Groats (2) 1836 EF, 1837 NEF, Maundy Fourpences (2) 1687 7 over 6 GVF toned, 1772 2 over 0 Good Fine, Maundy Threepence 1687 NEF toned with a small planchet clip, Maundy Twopences (2) 1766 VF/NEF, 1836 NEF, Maundy Penny 1800 EF/NEF

(£120 - £150) 2030) Sixpence 1884 NEF/GVF, Groats (2) 1844 EF, 1888 GVF, Medal Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 25mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue, GVF, India Rupee 1862 Fine, Toy Money (9) Florin by Lauer, Fine and the ‘Victoria’s Children’ series (8) VF to EF, along with a further group of Shillings (7) 1707E, 1875 Die Number 44, 1881, 1883, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1889 Large Jubilee Head, 1906 these in mixed lower grades (£100 - £120) 2031) Twopence 1797 EF with a few small spots visible under magnification, Pennies (2) 1825 GVF with some surface residue from vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care, 1826 Reverse A NVF, Halfpenny 1827 Good Fine (£100 - £150) 2032) Twopence 1797 GVF with good edge, Halfgroat James I Fine, as part of a group of George III to Elizabeth II Crowns to Fractional Farthings includes many silver Halfcrowns and Florins, in mixed grade with some later dates lustrous (lot) (£150 - £250) 2033) Victoria in silver (27) Crown 1892 Fine, Double Florins (3) 1887 Arabic 1 Good Fine Ex-Mount, 1887 Roman 1 About EF, 1889 Fine, Halfcrowns (17) 1845 VG the reverse better, toned, 1875 VG, 1876 VG, 1877 VG, 1878 VG, 1879 VG, 1880 VG, 1887 Jubilee Head GVF, 1888 VG, 1889 VG, 1890 VG, 1891 VG, 1892 VG, 1893 VG, 1894 VG, 1895 VG, 1896 VG, Florins 1887 Jubilee Head (2) both VF, one cleaned and almost fully retoned, Shillings 1887 Jubilee Head (2) both Fine, Sixpences (2) 1864 Plain 4, Die Number 7 NVF, 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type EF and lustrous (£125 - £225)

The Ken Humphris Collection World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2034-2055 ) 2034) World generally earlier issues including silver from a wide variety of countries such as Scotland David Groat (flan chip), Bavaria Crown 1759 and Malta Tari 1756 generally in circulated grades with some lustrous, also includes Montreal Olympic 1976 4 coin silver set cased as issued (lot) (£200 - £400) 2035) Australia Penny Tokens (4) 1861 Robert Hyde & Co. Melbourne KM#Tn133 NVF, undated (1849) Annand, Smith & Co. Family Grocer, Melbourne, 11 Leaves to branch, H&S on rock KM#Tn16.1 NVF, scarce, 1874 J.G.Fleming, Grocer and Tea Dealer, Sugar Loaf, Hobart Tn71.1 GF/NVF, Peace and Plenty 1858 Melbourne, Victoria KM#258.1 VF (£100 - £150) 2036) Austria and Related (6) Austria Thaler Ferdinand II undated (1564-1595) Hall NVF, Austria Half Thaler 1714 KM#1546 Fine, Austria 30 Kreuzer 1807 KM#2149 Fair, Austria 100 Kronen 1923 KM#2832 NVF, Hungary Thaler 1759 KM#358.1 VG, Austrian Netherlands Quarter Kronenthaler 1793 KM#38 Near Fine/Good Fine with some nicks and adjustment lines (£100 - £120) 2037) Denmark Speciedaler 1848 Christian VIII Death and

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Accession of Frederik VII KM#742 GF the obverse with a deep depression on the portrait, USA Dollars (5) 1879 NEF, 1883 O A/UNC and lustrous with some toning, 1884 O Lustrous UNC with some toning, 1921 Morgan VF, 1926S VF, Mexico 8 Reales (2) 1837 Zacatecas Zs OM NVF with a planchet clip and flan flaws, 1878 Zacatecas Zs JS GVF, Spain 5 Pesetas (2) 1871 VF, 1893 Fine, Netherlands 2/12 Gulden (2) 1938 VF with some tone spots, 1939 NVF (£100 - £150) 2038) France (8) 5 Francs (2) 1831W Fine, 1868BB Lustrous GEF, 30 Sols 1792 I VG, Quarter Franc (5) 1837W NVF, 1838A (3) EF, VF, and Fine, 1842A Good Fine, French Indo-China 10 Cents 1896A VF Scarce, Haiti INA Retro series Crown 1811 L’An 8 a modern restrike Toned UNC (£100 - £120) 2039) France Ecu (3) 1709H 3 Crowns Reverse, La Rochelle Mint, KM#386.7 Good Fine the reverse with some adjustment lines, 1735 L Bayonne Mint, KM#486.12 VG, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/4/1977 Lot 1343, 1778Q Perpignan Mint KM#564.13 VF and nicely toned, Ex-Reeves Auction 1/7/1977 Lot 928 (£100 - £120) 2040) GB and World 17th to 20th Century (109) includes Australia Crowns 1937 (2) VF and EF, Denmark 2 Kroner 1892 Golden Wedding of Christian IX KM#800 GVF, China Honan undated 200 cash copper Fine, also silver and base metal issues mainly European and Commonwealth issues in mixed grades an extremely varied group (£100 - £200) 2041) German States - Fulda Thaler 1795 KM#151, Dav.2265 VF with some light adjustment marks, Rare. Comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Albert Von Marshall 1248 7/5/1976’ (£100 - £150) 2042) German States - Saxony-Albertine Thaler 1658 KM#478 VF Ex-Mount. German States - Saxe-Middle-Weimar Thaler 1623GA KM#84 VF with an attractive golden tone, ExMount. German States - Nurnberg Thaler 1680 KM#202 VF with some scratches, Ex-Mount and once gilded. Hungary Thaler 1630 KB KM#75 VF Ex-Mount (£100 - £120) 2043) German States (20) Hesse-Cassel 2 Thaler 1845 KM#608 Fine, Bavaria 2 Thaler 1855 Restoration of the Madonna Column in Munich KM#465 GVF, Prussia Thalers (5) 1802A KM#368 Fine, 1871 Victory over France KM#500 (2) EF and Good Fine, 1861 Coronation of Wilhelm and Augusta (2) KM#488 NEF and NVF, the second Ex-Reeves Auction 2/7/1976 Lot 1170, Prussia 5 Marks 1914 A Fine, 3 Marks 1910 A NEF, Saxe-Old-Altenburg Half Thaler 1607WA Four Brothers KM#2 Fine, Brunswick-LunebergCalenberg-Hannover 4 Mariengroschen 1736 IAB KM#217 VF, Germany Empire One Mark 1898A NEF, BrunswickWolfenbuttel 12 Mariengroschen 1674 KM#504 Fine, Cologne - Stuber 1744 Near Fine, Baden Kreuzern (2) 1860 Fine, 1864 GF, Bavaria 2 Pfennig 1866 Good Fine, Prussia 3 Pfennigs 1872A, Schaumburg-Lippe 2 Pfennigs 1858A Fine, Hesse-Cassel Silbergroschen 1853 Fine (£100 - £150) 2044) Isle of Man Penny 1786 NEF/VF, Ex-Reeves Auction 5/5/1978 , Ireland (5) Ten Pence Bank Tokens (2) 1805 VF toned, 1813 VF/GVF, Penny 1823 VF with an old scuff on the reverse, Halfpenny 1823 GF/NVF, Farthing 1806 Good Fine, along with Nova Scotia Bank Token 1832 VF with

some flan stress and flaws, Essequibo and Demerary One Guilder 1832KM#19 F/GF toned (£100 - £120) 2045) Italian States and Italy (5) Naples and Sicily 120 Grana (4) 1834 KM#309 Fine, 1855 KM#370 GVF/NEF, 1856 KM#370 VF, 1857 as KM#370 1 over 1 in date Good Fine, Italy 5 Lire 1874M BN KM#8.3 (£100 - £120) 2046) Malta (5) 2 Scudi 1796 VF, 15 Tari 1759 KM#252 Near Fine, the date partially worn, Scudo 1774 VG/NF, 1 Tari 1777 Near Fine, Grano 1776 VG (£100 - £200) 2047) Medieval European (7) Scotland Plack James IV Fine with dark tone, Spain Real Ferdinand and Isabella, undated issue, Burgos Mint GVF, France - Provence, Carlin or Gillat, Robert (1309-1343) VF toned with a pleasant, even strike, Italy - Savoy Soldo 1568 Fine, Spain (2) - Castile and Leon Billon Noven Alfonso X (1252-84) Seville 0.8 grammes VF, Castile and Leon Billon Cornado Alfonso X (1252-84) VF, Netherlands - Holland an imitative issue of the England Short Cross type Fine (£100 - £150) 2048) Straits Settlements Dollars (2) 1904 KM#25 NVF/VF, 1907H KM#26 GF/NVF, GB Trade Dollar 1897 KM#T5 GVF with some contact marks and small rim nicks, along with an additional small group (4) Medal Coronation of Edward VII 31mm diameter in silver the Official Royal Mint issue A/UNC, Medal Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee, in base metal 1977 UNC, Toy Money Crown 1848 Gothic style, Bimetallic by H.Hyams NVF, Malta 15 Tari 1756 (2) joined by a hinge both Fine, Ex-Reeves Auction 5/5/1978 Lot 1227 (£100 - £120) 2049) Switzerland (3) 5 Francs Shooting Thalers (2) 1885 Bern X#S17 A/UNC and colourfully toned, 1861 X#S6 NEF/GVF with some small edge nicks, 20 Rappen 1881B NEF/EF (£100 - £120) 2050) Thalers 17th Century (4) German States - Saxony Albertine 1605 HB KM#16, Dav.7561, Bold Fine, Austria Thaler 1696 IAK KM#1303.4 NEF with deep grey tone, Ex-Richard Lobel 16/5/1975, Hungary Thalers (2) 1694 KB Kremnitz Mint KM#214.8, Dav.3264 Strong VF, 1692 KB KM#214.8, Dav.3264 About Fine (£125 - £225) 2051) World (78) a wide variety includes Norway, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, France, Spain, USA and more, 19th and 20th Century issues, includes some silver issues (£125 - £225) 2052) World a small group (12) Australia Florin 1927 Parliament House GEF/AU and lustrous, India Rupee 1862 GVF, Greece 10 Lepta 1831 Fine, Ireland (4) Florins (2) 1928 Good Fine, 1942 V F/Fine, Shillings 1931 (2) About Fine, unevenly tone and NVF/GF, and a small group of pre-1700 European comprising Austria Kreuzer 1698 MMVN Oppeln Mint VG, Hungary Denar 1622 KM#63 NVF, Austria Pfennig undated uniface issue (c.1420-1427) Archduke Albert V VG, Germany Hall Heller 13th to 14th Century ‘Hand of God’ VG, Italy-Lucca Denaro Enrico II,III or IV undated (10391125) Fine toned (£100 - £120) 2053) World a small group (13) a good mix of countries German States -Prussia 5 Marks (3) 1874A Good Fine, 1875A NVF,

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1913 Wilhelm II KM#536 GF, Portugal (2) 400 Reis 1793 VF, 80 Reis Joseph I undated (1750-1777) Good Fine, Mexico 25 Centavos 1871 NVF, Spain 8 Maravedis 1792 VG/F scarce, Austria Florin 1885 GEF and lustrous, Denmark 2 Kroner 1875 CS (h) NVF/VF, Latvia5 Lati 1932 GVF, Sweden Ore 1866 GF/NVF, Romania 10 Bani 1867 UNC or near so, Gibraltar Crown 1967 UNC (£100 - £150) 2054) World a small group (18) Italy 500 Lire 1958 Lustrous UNC, Italy Fantasy 20 Lire 1943 Mussolini UNC, Italian States - Genoa Denier 12th Century Conrad III VF, Italian States Gubbio Baiocchi 1728 Fine or better, Italian States - Papal States Half Baiocchi 1802R GEF the obverse off-centre, Vatican (6) 20 Centesimi 1934 UNC, 1 Lira (2) 1866 EF/ GEF, 1867 Good Fine with a flan flaw, 10 Soldi 1868 VF, 5 Soldi 1867 (2) Fine and Good Fine, South Africa (4) Crowns 1947 (2) VF and lustrous A/UNC, Penny 1923 EF the reverse lacquered, Farthing 1923 EF the reverse lacquered, Southern Rhodesia Halfcrown 1947 UNC, Samoa Tala 1969 KM#8 UNC, New Zealand Florin 1964 Fine (£75 - £125) 2055) World a small group (5) USA Trade Dollar 1877S Good Fine with chopmarks, Portugal 400 Reis 1798 NVF, Peru 4 Reales 1790 LIMA Near Fine/Fine, Barbados Penny 1788 Larger Pineapple KM#Tn5 Fine/Good Fine, Canada 20 Cents 1858 KM#4 Fine, holed at the top (£100 - £150)

END OF The Ken Humphris Collection

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 2056-2081)

More Roman and Ancient Coins Can Be Found in the Ken Humphris Collection (Sunday Sale) 2056) Abbsid Empire Silver Dirhams (3) Fine to NVF (£70 - £100) 2057) Ancients Collections by Westinster includes Roman Silver and Bronze, Byzantine, Sassanian and Abbasid and a selection of later issues (lot) in three collector’s boxes comes with a folder with attribution detals and historical backgrounds (£100 - £300)

right (this off flan) / Hercules standing facing, right hand on hip, leaning on club draped with lion skin and set on rock; LEG.F.C upwards to left, EPPIVS downwards to right. 3.91 grammes, VF (£180 - £220) 2061) Celtic Quarter Stater, uniface, Fair as part of a group of Celtic (7) Silver Units (4) and Bronze units (2) Fair to Good Fine (£200 - £250) 2062) Coins of the Roman Empire a 20 Emperor Collection 3rd and 4th Century 253 to 405 AD Gallienus to Arcadius VG to Fine in a presentation box with certificate (£100 - £120) 2063) Denarii (2) Furius Brocchus Ar.Denarius, Rome Mint, Obverse: Head of Ceres, right wearing a wreath of grain ears, lock of hair falls down neck, with single grain to right, Reverse: Curule chair between fasces, some of the obverse legend off flan, otherwise VF with pleasing tone, Aemilius Lepidus Paullus Ar Denarius PAVLLUS LEPIDVS CONCORDIA Veiled and diademed head of Concordia right, Reverse: Trophy, on togate figure (L.Aemilius Paullus) on left, three captives (King Perseus of Macedon and his sons) above TER in exergue, PAVLLUS, 3.84 grammes, NVF (£150 - £200) 2064) Denarii (3) Galba Ar. Denarius 69BC Rome Mint, 3.85 grammes, Obverse: Veiled head of Vesta right, Reverse: Secespita, simpulum and securis NVF and attractively toned, Hosidus Geta Ar. Denarius 68BD, Rome Mint, 3.84 grammes, Obverse: Draped bust of Diana right, wearing stephane, earring and necklace with bow and quiver over shoulder III.VIR downwards to left, GETA downwards to right, Reverse: The Calydonian Boar standing right, its front legs thrust forward, pierced through by a spear and harried by a hound below, [C H]OSIDI C F in exergue, pleasing and even VF, Roscius Fabatus Ar Serrate Denarius. Rome Mint 64BC, Obverse: Head of Juno Sospita right, wearing goat-skin headdress, jug behind, L.ROSCI below / Female standing right, facing serpent; staff in left field, FABATI in exergue NEF toned (£360 - £420) 2065) Fonteius Ar. Denarius (114-113BC) Rome, Obverse: Laureate Janiform heads of the Dioscuri, S to left, mark of value to right, Reverse: Galley left C FONT ROMA 3.97 grammes, Fine (£380 - £450)

2058) Ar Denarius Otho, Obverse: Bare Head to right, IMP M OTHO CAESAR AVG TR P, Reverse: Victory advancing left with wreath and palm VICTORIA OTHONIS, 3.01 grammes VF (£200 - £250) 2059) Byzantine. Gold Solidus Justinian I (527-565AD) struck 527-538AD, Constantinople Mint. Obverse: Helmeted and Cuirassed bust facing, three-quarters right, holding spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman spearing a fallen enemy D N IVS TINI - A NVSPPAVG Reverse: Angel standing facing, holding a jewelled cross and cross on globe VICTORI A AVGGGS, star in right field, mintmark CONOB, in an NNC holder and graded AU55 (£200 - £350)

2066) Fourrée Denarius Claudius, imitative type. AD 41-54. (2.67g). Roman-British imitation. Copying a Rome mint issue of AD 46-47. TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI, laureate head right / SPQR/ P. P/ OB CS in three lines within wreath. North Suffolk 20-32 (dies C/3); cf. RIC I 41; cf. von Kaenel type 26; cf. RSC 87. EF, lightly toned, the plating almost completely intact. An exceptional example (£700 - £900)

2060) Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio Ar. Denarius. Military mint, Scipio in Africa, 47-46 BC. Eppius. Small head of Africa right, wearing elephant skin headdress; grain ear before, [S]CIPIO.IMP upwards to left, Q•METELL downwards to More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2067) Gold Solidus, Valentinian I, Thessalonika (364AD) Bust right, Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed, DN VALENTINIANVS P F AVG, Reverse: Valentinian and Valens seated facing, holding globe between them; behind and between them Victory standing with outspread wings; VICTOR-IA AVGG, in exergue SMTES Fine, undersized and clipped, weighs 3.64 grammes (£280 - £320) 2068) Julius Caesar Ar. Denarius (47-46BC) Diademed head of Venus, right / Aeneas advancing left, carrying palladium in right hand and Anchises on left shoulder CAESAR downwards to right, 16mm, 3.87 grammes, VF/GVF nicely toned the obverse with some surface marks (£450 - £500)

2069) Ptolemaeus III Euergetes I 247-222BC BMC61 Reverse City, wearing Modius, holding dress, on prow VF (£70 - £100) 2070) Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Bronzes (3) Tetrobol 35mm and Diobol 30mm (2) fine to Good Fine (£160 - £200)

of Melgueil-Lanque-Doc Frozen type, 1.04 grammes, Obverse: 4 Annulets, degenerated legend, Reverse: Cross with degenerated legends Good Fine (£75 - £125) 2078) Seleukid Kingdom Ar Tetradrachm Antiochus IX Philopator (114/3-95BC) Damascus Mint, dated SE201 (112/1 BC) Obverse: Diademed head of Antiochus IX, right, Reverse: Athena standing left, holding Nike and resting hand on grounded shied, spear resting against arm, in outer left field, AΓ, old graffito in left field, evidently an unrecorded variety, in an NGC holder and graded Choice XF Graffiti (£350 - £400)

2079) Thrace, Odessos, Civic issue, 280-200BC Ar Tetradrachm, 16.9 grammes, in the name and types of Alexander III of Macedon, Obverse: Head of Heracles wearing lion skin, right, Reverse: Zeus seated, left KOI to inner left with monogram below throne (£250 - £300)

2071) Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Gold Triobol Ptolemy I (305BC) BMC19 Fine with some surface marks (£250 - £300) 2072) Roman (19) includes some silver issues, in mixed grades VG to Good Fine (£75 - £100) 2073) Roman and Ancient (17) mostly bronzes, a wide selection of Rulers, in mixed grades VG to Good Fine (£75 - £150) 2074) Roman Bronzes (100) a mix of types, mostly VG to Fine (£140 - £160) 2075) Roman, Gold Solidus, Constantius II (337-361AD) Sirmium Mint Obverse: FL IVL CONSTAN - TIVS P F AP AVG Helmeted and cuirassed facing bust, three quarters right, Reverse: Roma and Constantipolis enthroned, facing, holding shield inscribed VOT XXX MVLT XXX in four lines, in exergue: SIRM, Good Fine with some old scratches in the obverse field (£500 - £600)

2080) Vespasian.C, 69-79 AD. Ar denarius. Rome. Rev; Judaea seated right at base of trophy; IVDAEA in exergue. RIC II 2. Good metal. 3.35g. NVF, Republican Quinarius (2), Imperial Denarius (3) Nerva, Trajan and Commodus, Fair to Good Fine, along with Roman, Byzantine and Ancient, in silver and bronze, in mixed grades Poor to NVF (70, 2 holed) and a Ryal coin weight, includes many detector finds (£350 £400) 2081) Vibus Pansa Caetronianus Ar. Denarius Rome 48BC, Obverse: Mask of bearded Pan, right PANSA below, Reverse: Jupiter Axurus seated left, holding patera in right hand, sceptre in left C.VIVBS. C.F.C.N downwards to right, IOVIS VF with an edge nick (£180 - £220)

English Hammered Coins (lots 2082-2138) 2076) Sassanian Half Drachm (12) c.AD600-700 each weighing around 2 grammes generally VF to NEF and pleasing (£300 - £400) 2077) Seleukid Kingdom Ar Drachm Antiochus VII 189-138BC Reverse: Nike standing, some pitting to the reverse, in an NNC holder and graded VF35, Hephthalite Bronze Drachm 600AD (White Huns) Obverse: head facing right, in decorated crown, Reverse: Fire Altar with attendants, in an NNC holder and graded MS64 BR, with edge crack, Bronze Follis Constantine the Great (307-337AD) EF, Medieval France - Silver Denier 12th - 13th Century Counts

More Hammered Coins Can Be Found in the Ken Humphris Collection 2082) Crown 1653 Commonwealth ESC 6, Bull 6, S.3215 Fine, a full and even strike (£1,800 - £2,200)

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2083) Crown 1656 Commonwealth the 6 overstruck the underlying digit unclear (probably a 4) as ESC 8, Bull 10 VG the design worn with clear legends, the reverse with a small 3 scratched below the date (£400 - £700)

2084) Crown Charles I Exeter Mint 1644 mintmark Rose, date to left of mintmark S.3058 a few small weak areas , overall Fine with grey tone (£350 - £600)

2087) Crown Charles I Truro Mint S.3045 mintmark Rose (16421643) Fine with some weakness on CAROLVS (£350 - £600)

2088) Crown Edward VI 1551 S.2478 mintmark y VG/Near Fine (£400 - £800)

2089) Crown Elizabeth I mintmark 1 (1601) S.2582 Fair/Near Fine (£700 - £1,100) 2085) Crown Charles I Exeter Mint 1645 mintmark Castle S.3062 mintmark Castle, Fine on a misshapen flan, obverse with some light scuffs and the edge short of flan between 3 and 5 o’clock on the obverse (£350 - £600)

2090) Crown James I Second Coinage S.2652 mintmark Escallop VG or better with some flan stress marks, struck on a full round flan (£220 - £300) 2086) Crown Charles I Second Horseman, type 2a, smaller horse with plume on head only, Reverse with CR above shield S.2755 mintmark Harp Near Fine with some flan stress on the obverse (£400 - £700)

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- £450)

2100) Groat Henry VIII Laker Bust D, S.2337E mintmark Arrow VF with some double striking to the portrait (£220 - £260) 2091) Crown of the Double Rose Henry VIII Third Coinage, Southwark Mint HENRIC 8 legend S.2308 mintmark E, 2.89 grammes, VF, Ex-Baldwins 17/10/2003 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2092) Double Crown Charles I Tower Mint, Group D, Reverse: Oval shield with C R at sides, North 2169, S.2703 Mintmark Tun over Crown/Tun (overstruck, possibly over Crown also), 4.41 grammes, NVF creased with an edge crack at 2 o’clock, Ex-Spink Auction 6/7 December 2017 Lot 110 (£800 - £1,000)

2101) Groats (2) Henry VI Rosette-Mascle issue, an early issue with only rosettes in the legend, London Mint S.1858 Good Fine with some thin scratches on the obverse visible under magnification, Groat Henry VIII Laker Bust D S.2337E mintmark Rose, Fine with grey tone, on an uneven flan (£110 - £140) 2102) Half Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth Bust, S.2641A mintmark Lis VF with some light, old scuffs on the reverse, the edge indented at 11 o’clock by the E of REX and with a small nick at 4 o’clock, Ex-Astons August 1976 (£1,100 £1,400)

2103) Half Ryal Edward IV S.1959 mintmark Rose a small edge crack at 9 o’clock on the reverse VF the obverse with some weakness, struck off centre with a portion of the obverse legend missing, 3.81 grammes (£1,350 - £1,650) 2093) Farthings Charles I (20) VG to Fine (£65 - £85) 2094) Farthings Charles I (6) Rose (3), Maltravers (3) VG to Fine (£150 - £175) 2095) Gold Halfcrown James I Second Coinage Third Bust S.2625, North 2094 mintmark Trefoil/Cinquefoil in an NNC holder and graded VF20 pierced (£60 - £120) 2096) Groat Charles I Exeter Mint 1644 S.3088 mintmark Rose, struck on a slightly irregular flan, a little weak in places on the right of the shield, 1.66 grammes, VF with some small edge cracks (£100 - £200)

2104) Half Sovereign Henry VIII North 1828, S.2297 E below shield, Variety with no sceptre, mintmark S, edge nick at about 3 o’clock, approaching Fine with some weaker areas, has possibly been mounted at some time (£1,000 - £1,200)

2097) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, Annulets at neck, S.1836 mintmark Incurved Pierced Cross Fine struck on a slightly irregularly shaped flan, Halfgroat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, annulets at neck, one of the annulets on the reverse is clearly double struck, NVF with a edge crack at 11 o’clock (£100 - £120) 2098) Groat Henry VI Pinecone-Mascle issue, Calais Mint S.1875 Good Fine, Shilling Elizabeth I S.2577 mintmark Tun, Fine, Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482, mintmark Tun, About Fine, with some old scratches (£50 - £100) 2099) Groat Henry VIII First Issue, Portrait of Henry VII in profile S.2316 mintmark Portcullis VF with even grey tone (£400

2105) Halfcrown 1642 Charles I Exeter Mint date in cartouche below shield S3071, North 2534, Brooker 1014 nearer VF than Fine desirable thus. This beautiful issue is one of the most famous and desirable numismatic products of the English Civil War and is of a much better standard of production than most other Royalist provincial issues. Only

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23 of these rare pieces are thought to exist with 7 residing in museums (£10,000 - £12,000)

2107) Halfcrown Charles I Group III Third Horseman, no caparisons on horse S.2773 mintmark Crown VG, the reverse a touch better, Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 About Fine/Fine the obverse with scratches (£150 - £175) 2108) Halfcrown Charles I Group III, type 3a2, S.2776 mintmark Triangle, 14.75 grammes, Toned Fine or better (£40 - £80) 2109) Halfcrown Elizabeth I Seventh Issue S.2583 mintmark 1 (1601) designs About Fine/Fine, the legends better (£1,200 - £1,500)

2110) Halfgroat Henry VIII Second Coinage, York Mint, Archbishop Wolsey, with TW beside shield and hat below S.2346 mintmark Voided Cross VF on a slightly irregular flan and with a small edge nick at 7 o’clock (£40 - £80) 2111) Hammered a small group (17) Groats to Halfpennies, Edward I to Elizabeth I, in mixed grades Fair to Fine, a couple with edge damage (£200 - £250) 2112) Hammered a small group (6) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun About Fine with some old scratches on the obverse, Groats (2) Edward IV Light Coinage, Quatrefoils at neck, London Mint, S.2000 mintmark Crown, Fine, Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate/- Fine, on a wavy flan, Threepence Elizabeth I 1578 Fifth Issue S.2573 mintmark Greek Cross, Fine/Good Fine the reverse with signs of light tooling, Penny Richard I London Mint, moneyer Fulke, Class 4b S.1348C Good Fine, slightly off centre with some weakness to the lower part of the obverse, Penny Edward I Canterbury Mint Class 4c, Good Fine (£125 - £175) 2106) Halfcrown 1660 Commonwealth ESC 442, Bull 61, S.3216 mintmark Anchor, Fine and colourfully toned, weakly struck in parts, rated R4 by ESC and Bull (11-20 examples believed to exist) (£1,500 - £2,000)

2113) Hammered a small group in Westminster boxes (8) Halfcrown Charles I mintmark Tun, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1602 mintmark 2, Groats (3) Edward III, London Mint, Henry VI Calais Mint, Annulet issue, Henry VIII Second Coinage, mintmark Lis, Halfgroat Henry VII London Mint, Pennies (2) Henry III, Edward I VG to Fine in the boxes of issue with certificates, along with Twopence 1797 and Penny 1797 VG to Fine these also in Westminster boxes with certificates (£75 - £150) 2114) Hammered group (25) Shillings (4) Elizabeth I (2) Second

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Issue Mintmark Martlet, Sixth Issue Mintmark A, Charles I (2) Mintmark Triangle in Circle , S.2800 mintmark worn, struck off centre, Sixpences Elizabeth I (5) 1561 mintmark Pheon, 1562 mintmark Pheon, 1565 Mintmark Rose, 1572 Mintmark Ermine, 1592 mintmark Tun, Threepence Elizabeth I 1564 Large Bust mintmark Pheon, Halfgroats (9) James I (3) mintmark Trefoil, mintmark Rose, mintmark Coronet, Charles I (2) mintmark Triangle/Star, Elizabeth I Sixth Issue (5) each with two pellets behind the bust, mintmarks Escallop (2), Crescent, Woolpack and Hand, Pennies Charles I (3), S.2850 mintmark Two Pellets (3), Ireland Shilling James I Second Bust mintmark Martlet, Scotland (2) Twenty Pence Charles I, Bawbee James V Third Coinage, Fair to Fine, the last with a perforated flan (£150 - £200)

2123) Quarter Noble Edward III Fourth Coinage, Transitional Treaty Period, No French Title, S.1501 pierced and with a flan split by the inner circle, in an NNC holder and graded VF35 pierced (£70 - £120) 2124) Quarter Noble Edward III Treaty Period, London Mint, Lis in centre of reverse S.1510 North 1243, approaching VF (£600 - £700)

2115) Hammered Silver (11) includes Groat Mary I, in mixed grades VG to Fine, along with Medals, a small group of weights (10) and Paranumismatic items (lot) in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 2116) Noble Richard II Fine style, No marks, with French title S.1656 Good Fine, on a wavy flan (£2,000 - £3,000)

2117) Penny Aethelred II Long Cross S.1151 Lincoln Mint, moneyer Dreng, GVF, a bold example (£300 - £400)

2125) Ryal (Rose Noble) Edward IV London Mint S.1950 mintmark Crown EF and sharply struck, 7.77 grammes, very desirable in this high grade (£4,500 - £6,000)

2126) Shilling 1654/3 Commonwealth issue VF with some light porosity and two small edge nicks, (£750 - £950)

2118) Penny Cnut Short Cross type S.1159 Stamford Mint, moneyer Morulf NVF with a surface crack around RECX on the obverse (£100 - £120) 2119) Penny Cnut, Scandinavian imitative Pointed Helmet type weighing 0.7 grammes Reverse legend EDPNII ON LVND, VF with three small cracks, the crack between L and V of LVND has a little light showing through the coin (£160 - £200)

2127) Shilling Charles II Second Hammered Issue S.3314 About VF/VF with two heavier contact marks on the obverse and some peck marks on the reverse (£1,500 - £2,000)

2120) Penny Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2558 mintmark Cross Crosslet, Fine or better with good portrait, on an irregularly shaped flan (£50 - £60) 2121) Penny James I Second Coinage S.2661 mintmark Lis GVF the flan slightly ragged in places, overall a pleasing example with excellent eye appeal (£30 - £60) 2122) Quarter Laurel James I Third Coinage S.2642 mintmark Thistle, struck slightly off-centre GVF (£600 - £700)

2128) Shilling Commonwealth 1654 ESC 990, Bull 137, Good Fine with some signs of flan stress and some edge nicks by GOD (£300 - £400)

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purchased for 7/6 in August 1962, Third Coinage, Sixth Bust 1621 mintmark Rose, Fine with very small cracks at the rim, Fine and pleasing overall for the grade, Ex-Seaby 1962 (£70 - £90)

2129) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun Fine with an old tone and three long scratches (£100 £150) 2130) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun Near Fine/About Fine with some old scratches on the obverse (£100 - £160)

2137) Threepence Elizabeth I 1564 mintmark Pheon GVF with a thin scratch on the obverse and an old flan crack by DEV where a small amount of light shines through, with an excellent portrait and overall much eye appeal (£160 £200) 2138) Unite James I Second Coinage Fifth Bust S.2620 mintmark Plain Cross NEF the obverse with some double striking to the portrait, on an irregularly shaped flan with shortage of flan between 11 and 12 o’clock, an excellent portrait coin (£2,000 - £2,500)

2131) Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Tun, a slight weakness on the lower left of the shield otherwise VF and bold, pleasing with plenty of eye appeal (£280 - £320)

2132) Shilling James I Third Coinage, Sixth Bust S.2668 mintmark Lis, VF, the legend and parts of the design double struck in places (£350 - £450)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2139-2730)

More English Coins Can Be Found in the Ken Humphris Collection 2139) Britannia Gold £100 One Ounce 1999 S.BQ4 Lustrous UNC and lustrous (£800 - £1,100)

2133) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full titles, with mark of value S.2500 Fair with only partial detail to the portraits, comes with old ticket stating’ Seaby 15/-, Aug 62, an inexpensive space filler for this scarce type (£120 - £150) 2134) Sixpence Charles II hammered coinage first issue 1660 S3309 VF on a slightly wavy flan nicely toned and rare (£800 - £1,000)

2135) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1570 Fourth Issue, S.2562 mintmark Castle GF with a tone spot on the rim of the shield (£110 - £140) 2136) Sixpences James I (2) First Coinage, Second Bust 1604 mintmark Lis VG/Around Fine, comes with old ticket stating

2140) Britannia Gold £100 One Ounce 1999 S.BQ4 Lustrous UNC with light handling marks (£800 - £1,100)

2141) Britannia Gold £50 Half Ounce 1987 S.BP1 About UNC and lustrous, in a mount, this possibly removable with care (£450 - £650)

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2142) Crown 1666 Elephant below bust ESC 33, Bull 368, VG or slightly better, with an edge nick, Rare (£900 - £1,100)

2143) Crown 1666 XVIII ESC 32, Bull 366 VG the reverse slightly better, the reverse with an edge nick, Scarce (£100 - £160)

2148) Crown 1692 QVARTO edge ESC 83, Bull 822 Fine with a small flan flaw at 9 o’clock (£650 - £750)

2149) Crown 1692 QVINTO edge, 2 over inverted 2, with stop after GRATIA, ESC 85, Bull 824 Bright Fair/VG (£200 - £350) 2150) Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87 EF with a pleasant deep tone (£800 - £1,200)

2144) Crown 1676 VICESIMO OCTAVO 7 Harp Strings ESC 51 VG (£100 - £160) 2145) Crown 1687 ESC 78, Bull 743 VG (£120 - £180) 2146) Crown 1688 QVARTO ESC 80 deeply toned EF with two or three old field nicks obverse (£1,500 - £2,500)

2147) Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 QVARTO edge ESC 84 the scarcest of the four types recorded by Bull (rated R3) strong GVF/NEF, the reverse with some weakness on REX, as often seen on William and Mary Crowns, a very attractive example of the type, all William and Mary Crowns sought after in higher grades (£3,800 - £4,600)

2151) Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 GEF with a few minor flecks of haymarking, Ex-London Coins Auction A144 1/3/2014 Lot 1328 (£750 - £1,500)

2152) Crown 1696 Third Bust ESC 94, Bull 1004 in a PCGS holder UNC with attractive and colourful toning, in a ‘Green Label’ PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£2,500 - £3,000)

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2153) Crown 1703 VIGO ESC 99, Bull 1340 GVF/VF and nicely toned (£1,250 - £2,000)

2154) Crown 1707 E ESC 103 SEXTO Bold Fine with some moderate haymarking obverse fields (£120 - £200) 2155) Crown 1707E Second Bust. SEXTO edge. ESC 103, Bull 1351 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£700 - £800)

2156) Crown 1707E SEXTO ESC 103 VF toned with some adjustment lines (£250 - £500)

2157) Crown 1716 Roses and Plumes SECVNDO edge ESC 110, Bull 1540 Fine/Good Fine (£400 - £700)

2158) Crown 1720 20 over 18, Roses and Plumes, ESC 113, Bull 1543, an edge nick at 9 o’clock on the reverse and some small scratches in the obverse field, otherwise GVF/VF the reverse with some adjustment lines (£1,500 - £2,000)

2159) Crown 1723 SSC ESC 114, Bull 1545 VG/Near Fine (£200 £400)

2160) Crown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 117, Bull 1660 Fine (£200 - £300) 2161) Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122, Bull 1665 NEF nicely toned with a small adjustment mark on the obverse (£750 - £1,000)

2162) Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122, Bull 1665 VG the reverse slightly better (£160 - £250) 2163) Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123 EF with an even and pleasing old tone (£1,400 - £2,400)

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2164) Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 About EF and lustrous, the obverse with a contact mark in the left field (£1,500 - £2,000)

2165) Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 NEF with some darker toning on the obverse in places, the reverse particularly pleasing for the grade (£2,000 - £3,000)

2166) Crown 1743 Roses ESC 124, Bull 1667 Fine (£200 - £300)

2169) Crown 1818 LIX ESC 214 Prooflike Unc desirable thus (£400 - £700)

2170) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 EF or near so with some contact marks (£175 - £250) 2171) Crown 1821 SECUNDO in an NGC holder and graded MS62 (£1,200 - £1,500)

2167) Crown 1746 LIMA as ESC 125, Bull 1668 the 6 appears struck over another 6 Good Fine and toned with a scratch after LIMA (£300 - £400)

2172) Crown 1821 SECUNDO WWP inverted Bull 2311, Davies 133, (unlisted by the 1992 ESC) About EF/EF with a tiny scratch below the bust, overall attractive and with much eye appeal. Rare, a much under-rated variety (£400 - £800)

2168) Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125, Bull 1668 VF and pleasing, the obverse with light haymarking (£400 - £700)

2173) Crown 1845 ESC 282 Cinquefoil stops on the edge EF or near so and perhaps once cleaned (£300 - £500) 2174) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 bright GEF (£1,100 - £1,400)

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2173) Crown 1845 ESC 282 Cinquefoil stops on the edge EF or near so and perhaps once cleaned (£300 - £500)

2178) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO NEF/EF with some small edge nicks (£900 - £1,300)

2174) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 bright GEF (£1,100 - £1,400)

2179) Crown 1847 Young Head ESC 286, Bull 2567 VF/GVF and nicely toned, with two edge bruises (£150 - £300) 2175) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 PCGS PR50 (£1,000 - £1,400)

2180) Crown 1887 ESC 296, Bull 2585 UNC in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS64 (£150 - £200) 2181) Crown 1887 Proof ESC 297, Bull 2586 nFDC with a few minor hairlines, retaining much mint brilliance, Ex-London Coins Auction A160 17/3/2017 Lot 2048 (£600 - £1,200)

2176) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 Unc or near so with an even deep tone (£1,600 - £2,400) 2182) Crown 1888 Narrow Date ESC 298, Bull 2587, Davies 482 dies 1B NEF/EF with some small tone spots (£110 - £140) 2183) Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303 Davies 501 dies 1A Unc with light tone over original brilliance and a few minor contact marks (£150 - £250)

2177) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571, A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£4,000 - £4,500)

2184) Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A GEF with minor contact marks, lustrous and with some residual colourful tone (£170 - £220) 2185) Crown 1902 ESC 361 lustrous Unc (£160 - £240) 2186) Crown 1927 ESC 367 Proof nicely toned nFDC (£160 - £240) 2187) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631, nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£280 - £320) 2188) Crown 1929 ESC 369, Bull 3636 GVF/NEF with a small nick on the F of DEF (£100 - £150)

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2189) Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 EF with some contact marks and some toning (£150 - £200) 2190) Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 NEF (£150 - £200) 2191) Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 NEF (£150 - £200) 2192) Crown 1931 ESC 371, Bull 3639 NEF with a few small spots (£200 - £250) 2193) Crown 1932 ESC 372, Bull 3641 About EF (£425 - £475) 2202) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A Reverse 2 ESC 144, Bull 1925 GVF (£225 - £375) 2203) Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 Proof UNC toned with light hairlines and small contact marks in the obverse field (£380 - £420)

2194) Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3644 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£375 - £425) 2195) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655 Lustrous UNC with some hairlines and a small edge nick by REX, retaining almost full mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£600 - £700) 2196) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655, UNC and lustrous, with some hairlines, small spots and contact marks, in the red box of issue (£500 - £600)

2204) Farthing 1672 Peck 519 NEF, the obverse with a series of hairlines, the reverse with flan flaws (£160 - £200) 2205) Farthing 1690 Tin, the edge reading incomplete with edge date and some legend and stops legible, the edge stops are 6-lobed flowers but not all are visible, VG the obverse slightly better, with porous surfaces (£250 - £300) 2206) Farthing 1714 Small flan Peck 741 VF a pleasing and even example, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£550 £650)

2197) Crowns (2) 1708E ESC 106, Bull 1356 VG the reverse slightly better, 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 109, Bull 1349 VG (£160 - £220) 2198) Decimal Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens Silver Proof Piedfort S.H19 in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, only 2967 minted (£100 - £150) 2199) Decimal Twenty Pence undated mule (2008) S.G4A Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint second finest known of 724 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, we note only one example graded LCGS 88 (£100 - £150) 2200) Dollar Bank of England 1804 ESC 148, Bull 1929 Obverse B Reverse 2 the leaf points to the upright in E of REX, Good Fine and toned (£100 - £160) 2201) Dollar Bank of England 1804 No Stop After REX, Obverse E, Reverse 2, ESC 164, Bull 1951 About EF (£175 - £275)

2207) Farthing 1717 Dump Issue Reverse A, with A over N in BRITANNIA approaching VF with a edge crack at 1 o’clock (£275 - £325)

2208) Farthing 1719 Large Letters Peck 807 Toned UNC with light cabinet friction, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63 BN, ticket not available, this information recorded at the time of LCGS encapsulation, the finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,000 - £1,200)

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2217) Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Ex-NGC MS64 RD (no ticket) this recorded at the time of LCGS Encapsulation (£100 - £120) 2209) Farthing 1730 Peck 854 A/UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £350)

2218) Five Guineas 1684 Elephant and Castle S.3332 Around Fine, an even and collectable example (£5,000 - £6,000)

2210) Farthing 1746 V over U in GEORGIVS Peck 888 EF/NEF (£100 - £120) 2211) Farthing 1771 Reverse C, Olive branch points to right hand limb of A, First 7 over 1 in date, toned UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS64 BN, very rare in this high grade, only two recorded of all types in higher grades by NGC (£250 - £300) 2212) Farthing 1797 Restrike Pattern in Bronzed copper, Obverse: Wreath with 3 Berries, 2 Leaves projecting above brow, lowest berry with stem, Reverse: Ship with 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit, Peck 1194, R69, UNC with a small edge nick, much rarer than Peck’s ‘R’ rating would suggest (£600 - £800)

2213) Farthing 1849 Peck 1570 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, a sharply struck and lustrous example with hints of underlying red tone, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report , ExLondon Coins Auction A151 6/12/2015 Lot 2388, realised £702 inclusive of buyers premium, interestingly since it’s previous sale, no further examples have been recorded by the LCGS Population Report thus confirming the rarity of this date (£500 - £800)

2214) Farthing 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£200 - £250) 2215) Farthing 1863 Freeman 509 dies 3+B UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £500)

2216) Farthing 1873 Low 3 LCGS Variety 2 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£110 - £140) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2219) Five Guineas 1729 Plain below bust TERTIO edge Spink 3663 EF desirable thus (£17,500 - £22,500)

2221) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 EF with some evidence of light tooling to the left of the date and in the obverse field under strong magnification (£1,500 - £2,000)

2222) Five Pounds 1902 S.3965 NEF with series of fine hairlines visible under strong magnification suggesting very light tooling (£2,000 - £2,500)

2223) Florin 1860 ONC TENTH variety Bull 2846, stated ‘5 seen’ by Bull VG, along with Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 2771 Davies 641 dies 2A EF and lustrous with an edge nick (£100 - £120) 2224) Florin 1863 ESC 822, Bull 2850 VG/NVG the shields and reverse rim misty in part, nevertheless a key date rarity and seldom seen in any grade (£1,200 - £1,500)

2225) Florin 1872 ESC 840, Bull 2878, Davies 756 dies 3B, Die Number 134 A/UNC with some lustre and light golden tone, the obverse with an unusual rim cud around 8 o’clock (£300 - £450)

2220) Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial S.L6 Gold Proof UNC with some contact marks, retaining much original mint brilliance (£1,300 - £1,700)

2226) Florin 1885 ESC 861, Bull 2902, UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£500 - £600)

2227) Florin 1904 ESC 922, Bull 3580 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£300 - £400) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2228) Florin 1905 ESC 923, Bull 3581 UNC or near so, in an LCGS holder and graded AU75 (£1,000 - £1,500)

2229) Florin 1906 ESC 924, Bull 3582 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the joint finest known of 18 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£450 - £550)

2236) Guinea 1676 6 over 4 S.3344 About Fine/Fine with a small flan flaw on the obverse, a collectable example and rare. Our archive database stretching back to 2003 reveals that we not offered an example of the overdate (£600 - £1,200)

2237) Guinea 1680 S.3344 Near Fine/About Fine (£1,800 - £2,200)

2238) Guinea 1686 S.3400 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£500 - £750)

2230) Florin 1932 ESC 952, Bull 3789 NEF/EF, Rare (£145 - £165)

2239) Guinea 1689 S.3426 Good Fine a pleasing and even example for the grade (£2,700 - £3,200)

2231) Florin 1953 VIP Proof (Obverse 1) Davies 2360P, UNC with attractive toning, some light scratches in the obverse field, in an LCGS yellow ticket holder ‘Scratches UNC’, CGS type FL.E2.1953.02, Ex-J.B.De Loynes (Ex-Head of the Nigeria Bank) (£300 - £400) 2232) Groat 1837 ESC 1922, Bull 2520, Davies 383 dies 1A UNC and choice, with flashes of toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 6/6/2006 Lot 846, the joint finest of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£160 - £200)

2240) Guinea 1709 Elephant and Castle below bust S.3573 Good Fine/Fine, Very Rare, our archive database confirms that this is the first we have offered (£3,500 - £4,500)

2233) Groat 1839 ESC 1932, Bull 3323, UNC and attractively toned with flashes of colourful tone in the legend (£200 - £250) 2234) Guinea 1670 S.3342 Fine with a few surface marks and nicks (£1,250 - £1,500)

2241) Guinea 1713 Mint Error - Mis-strike, struck off-centre with over 1mm of flan outside the border S.3574 NVF with some weakness below the top crown and a small scuff on the obverse, rare to see early milled gold mis-struck (£1,250 - £1,500)

2235) Guinea 1670 S.3342 NVF/Fine the portrait very pleasing for the grade (£2,750 - £3,250)

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2242) Guinea 1713 S.3574 VG Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £500) 2243) Guinea 1732 Small narrower Young Head with small letters on the reverse, S.3672 Fine, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 30 (£900 - £1,100)

2244) Guinea 1759 S.3680 Near Fine with an area of scuffing below the bust and some edge nicks (£280 - £320)

2250) Guinea 1788 S.3729 with evidence of the last 8 being struck over part of a 7, we note that Spink states merely ‘exists’ with no price given GVF/VF, the reverse with two small thin scratches, on comparing to the only other example we have offered, this coin shows subtle differences showing that more than one reverse die was altered (£500 - £900)

2245) Guinea 1764 No Stop over head S.3726, in a PCGS holder and graded Fine 12, all Guineas of this short-lived type are rare, and this variety for 1764 even more so, only the third example we have offered in 15 years (£1,300 - £1,600) 2251) Guinea 1792 S.3729 EF and lustrous (£1,000 - £1,200)

2246) Guinea 1775 S.3728 GEF and lustrous, a most attractive example (£1,250 - £1,500) 2252) Guinea 1793 S.3729 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£1,100 - £1,300)

2247) Guinea 1778 S.3728 bright near Fine and rare, we have only seen one before A157 Lot 2204 which realised £2,200 and was in GVF (£500 - £800)

2253) Guinea 1793 S.3729 Fine. Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £260) 2254) Guinea 1798 S.3729 EF and lustrous (£800 - £1,000)

2248) Guinea 1779 S.3728 NEF (£1,200 - £1,500) 2255) Guinea 1799 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded MS61, one of the finest examples we have offered in 15 years (£1,500 - £2,000)

2249) Guinea 1786 S.3728 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£600 - £700) 2256) Half Guinea 1684 S.3348 Good Fine/Fine (£1,000 - £1,500)

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2264) Half Guinea 1813 S.3737 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£1,600 - £2,000)

2257) Half Guinea 1701 S.3468 GF/NVF the edge milling weak in some places (£1,100 - £1,400) 2265) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£1,200 - £1,400)

2258) Half Guinea 1722 NEF S.3635 with a few old scuffs (£1,000 - £1,500)

2259) Half Guinea 1790 VG but the flan had taken a heavy knock and is now uneven along with Quarter Guinea 1762 Fine with some scratches this also on an uneven wavy flan (£180 - £260)

2266) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 UNC and lustrous, the obverse with minor contact marks (£1,200 - £1,400)

2267) Half Sovereign 1820 Marsh 402 NEF, the obverse with some hairlines (£650 - £750)

2260) Half Guinea 1793 S.3735 Near Fine/Fine, Third Guinea 1803 S.3739 approaching Fine, pleasing for the grade (£250 - £300) 2261) Half Guinea 1808 S.3737 Fine/Good Fine with three heavy haymarks, one resulting in a flan flaw right through the coin (£125 - £150) 2262) Half Guinea 1809 UNC or near so and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, the second finest of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£800 £1,000)

2268) Half Sovereign 1825 Marsh 406 NEF/EF the obverse with some hairline scratches, with some smoothing on either side in small areas, with some surface marks, despite this, the coin is not without eye appeal (£500 - £600)

2269) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 GEF/EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£1,300 - £1,500) 2263) Half Guinea 1813 Proof with obliquely grained edge, unlisted by Spink, (type as S.3737), Wilson and Rasmussen 135, a small flan flaw is present above the crown, this is present on all examples seen, in an NGC holder and graded PF63, Excessively Rare as a Proof striking, our archive database shows that this is the first example we have offered since 2003, we note an MS64 example realised over $14,000 in a US auction in 2014 (£4,000 - £8,000)

2270) Half Sovereign 1842 Marsh 416 NEF cleaned (£400 - £450) 2271) Half Sovereign 1851 Marsh 425 Good Fine, once lightly cleaned, with some residual dirt on the reverse (£100 £120) 2272) Half Sovereign 1863 No Die Number, Marsh 437, S.3859A VF the obverse with a series of fine scratches and lightly rubbed (£170 - £220)

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2273) Half Sovereign 1872S Marsh 461 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£250 - £350) 2274) Half Sovereign 1873M Marsh 470 NVF/VF (£250 - £300)

2284) Halfcrown 1674 VICESIMO SEXTO ESC 476, Bull 466 in an NGC holder and graded AU details - Cleaned, our archive database shows that this is only the third example we have offered, and by far the finest (£700 - £800)

2275) Half Sovereign 1885 5 over 3 Marsh 459A GVF Rare (£300 - £400) 2285) Halfcrown 1676 the finest known Charles II Halfcrown, see it for yourself and you won’t dispute our claim, ESC 478 (£10,000 - £15,000) 2276) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B. Marsh 478C NVF/VF with two larger flan flaws in the obverse field (£100 - £120) 2277) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof S.3869 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 (£1,400 - £1,700)

2278) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A nFDC (£250 - £300) 2279) Half Sovereign 1908 Marsh 511 VF in a Hallmark coins box with certificate (£100 - £150) 2280) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks (£350 - £450)

2281) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PF68 DCAM (£260 - £440) 2282) Half Sovereigns (3) 1817 Marsh 400 Fine with an edge nick, 1826 Marsh 407, 1842 Marsh 416 VG with some hairlines (£300 - £400) 2283) Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447, Bull 252 NEF and toned, with two thin flan cracks (£3,000 - £3,600)

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2286) Halfcrown 1679 ESC 480, Bull 481 GVF/NEF with a flan flaw in the obverse legend at 3 o’clock on GRATIA (£400 - £600)

2293) Halfcrown 1707 SEPTIMO, Plain below bust and in angles, ESC 574, Bull 1366 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£800 - £900)

2287) Halfcrown 1686 Choice AU on a generous flan, spectacular eye appeal SECVNDO edge ESC 494 (£4,000 - £5,000)

2294) Halfcrown 1707 SEXTO Roses and Plumes ESC 573, Bull 1362 Good Fine, the reverse with some contact marks (£240 - £280) 2288) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul Only Frosted, with Pearls, ESC 505, Bull 831 NVF with some gold tone and a few light haymarks (£180 - £220) 2289) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, No Frosting, No Pearls ESC 512, Bull 846 Good Fine and bold (£250 - £300) 2290) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034 GEF with old grey toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£650 - £750)

2291) Halfcrown 1700 DECIMO TERTIO ESC 562 Nearer EF than VF attractively toned (£300 - £600)

2292) Halfcrown 1703 VIGO ESC 569, Bull 1358 GVF/NEF with an attractive blue/grey tone, the obverse with light adjustment lines, nevertheless retaining considerable eye appeal (£1,200 - £1,500)

2295) Halfcrown 1708E SEPTIMO ESC 576 NVF the obverse with minor discoloration in parts, and with some adjustment lines on either side (£220 - £260) 2296) Halfcrown 1731 Roses and Plumes ESC 595, Bull 1674 approaching VF with minor haymarks and adjustment lines (£500 - £600)

2297) Halfcrown 1734 Roses and Plumes ESC 597, Bull 1676 VF with touches of golden toning, a few minor haymarks barely detract (£500 - £600)

2298) Halfcrown 1735 OCTAVO Roses and Plumes ESC 598, Bull 1677 VF/Near VF with an old scratch on the obverse (£300 - £500)

2299) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 NEF with some spots and light haymarking (£220 - £260) 2300) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 A/UNC with some scuffs on the King’s chin, and a contact mark above More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


the head, Halfpenny 1771 Peck 896 NEF, Ireland Ten Pence Bank Token 1813 S.6618 EF and with an attractive subtle tone (£270 - £320) 2301) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 GEF with a few small rim nicks, Shilling 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2195 A/ UNC (£150 - £200) 2302) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 UNC with minor cabinet friction, attractively toned, with two small edge nicks by DEF (£200 - £250)

2310) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642, Bull 2371 GEF with a pleasing old grey tone (£200 - £350)

2303) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head F over E in REX type as ESC 616, Bull 2090 A/UNC with a few minor spots above the King’s head (£125 - £175) 2304) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head U over lower, misplaced U in QUI, unlisted by Spink, Davies, ESC or Bull, type as ESC 616, Bull 2090 UNC or very near so with a small edge nick at 9 o’clock on the reverse (£350 - £500) 2311) Halfcrown 1834 ESC 662, Bull 2478 NEF with some contact marks (£100 - £150) 2312) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 666, Bull 2482 EF with touches of golden toning (£320 - £360) 2313) Halfcrown 1843 ESC 676, Bull 2718 UNC or very near so and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 the obverse particularly sharp and pleasing, (£1,250 - £2,500) 2305) Halfcrown 1817 Small Head S-3789 ESC 618 PCGS MS64 desirable thus (£600 - £800)

2306) Halfcrown 1820 George III ESC 625, Bull 2105 UNC or near so and lustrous with some small rim nicks, the reverse with a small flan imperfection by BRIT (£200 - £400)

2314) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677, Bull 2720 two edge nicks and some minor hairlines otherwise UNC or near so and lightly toning (£950 - £1,150)

2307) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 A/UNC and attractively toned with a few trivial hairlines (£200 - £350)

2315) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677, Bull 2720, GEF, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, Ex-London Coins Auction A117 3/6/2007, Lot 1052 (£550 - £650)

2308) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 NEF/GVF nicely toned, the obverse with some contact marks (£130 - £160) 2309) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642 UNC or near so with pleasant old tone (£350 - £450)

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2316) Halfcrown 1845 ESC 679, Bull 2722 UNC with minor cabinet friction, pleasantly toned and a nicely struck example (£820 - £950)

2327) Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749, Bull 3570 UNC toned with underlying mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, very few Edward VII Halfcrowns attain the 80 grade, especially any of the rarer dates such as this (£1,500 - £2,000)

2317) Halfcrown 1846 8 over 6, also D of DEI over lower D, Bull 2725 VG, scarce (£100 - £120) 2318) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A Near Fine with some scratches at the top of the reverse, scarce (£140 - £160) 2319) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692, Bull 2741 AU/GEF the reverse with a tiny flan flaw by DEF (£260 - £320) 2320) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699, Bull 2748 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£280 - £320) 2321) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711, Bull 2762 Lustrous UNC, in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£350 - £450)

2328) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750, Bull 3571 VG with major details clear, the key date in the series (£250 - £300) 2329) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750, Bull 3571, A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the third finest known of 24 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, these seldom offered for sale in high grades (£5,000 £8,000)

2322) Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head Proof ESC 720, Bull 2772 A/ UNC with minor hairlines (£450 - £550)

2323) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731, Bull 2783 Lustrous UNC, with light toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £150) 2324) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731, Bull 2783 UNC or near so and lustrous with some light contact marks (£100 - £120) 2325) Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746, Bull 3567 UNC and lustrous with a golden tone around the rims (£110 - £140) 2326) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748, Bull 3569 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, an extremely rare piece with few examples extant in this high grade, indeed many dealers claim this to be rarer than the 1905 Halfcrown in this high grade and our archive database does not contradict this theory (£1,750 - £2,500)

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2330) Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751, Bull 3572 A/UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and small rim nicks (£175 - £250)

2339) Halfpenny 1735 Peck 849 A/UNC toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£400 - £500)

2331) Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751, Bull 3572 UNC or near so and lustrous with light contact marks and tiny rim nicks (£450 - £550)

2340) Halfpenny 1750 Peck 880 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£320 - £360) 2341) Halfpenny 1754 Peck 884 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£350 - £400) 2332) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF with golden tone, the obverse with two small spots (£175 - £250) 2333) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF with some rim nicks and some areas of toning on the obverse (£200 - £250) 2334) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF/AU with some small rim nicks (£150 - £200) 2335) Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754, Bull 3575 GEF/AU and lustrous, the obverse with small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 2336) Halfcrown 1953 Proof. Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 :- I of DEI points to a space, weakly struck portrait, a Proof version of the early portrait as used in the ‘plastic’ set, of Davies 2310 (the standard proof is Davies 2311) this piece listed as ‘to be confirmed’ by Davies and extremely rare, UNC and lustrous with a few surface marks (£500 - £600) 2337) Halfcrown 1953 Proof. Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 :- I of DEI points to a space, weakly struck portrait, a Proof version of the early portrait as used in the plastic set, of Davies 2310 (the standard proof is Davies 2311) this piece listed as ‘to be confirmed’ by Davies and extremely rare, nFDC retaining much original mint brilliance (£500 - £600)

2338) Halfpenny 1720 Peck 795 UNC or very near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, in over 38000 coins graded since this, no other example has been recorded (£1,000 - £1,200)

2342) Halfpenny 1754 Peck 884 GEF/EF with a few small spots (£150 - £200) 2343) Halfpenny 1772 No Stops on Reverse Peck 903, the top of the O in GEORGIVS very weak, practically missing, VF or better, the reverse with some small spots, somewhat scarcer than Peck suggests, indeed our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows only one example this sold back in 2006 (£100 - £150) 2344) Halfpenny 1773 Peck 904 EF (£100 - £150) 2345) Halfpenny 1775 Peck 908 UNC and choice with some remaining mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Cheshire Collection NGC MS65BN (no ticket, this information recorded at the time of LCGS encapsulation) the joint finest of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£500 - £600)

2346) Halfpenny 1788 Pattern by Droz in Brown Gilt, 4 Diamond shaped stops on obverse and with Crescent shaped hair curl, Peck 966, DH11 UNC with light hairlines, retaining much original lustre and brilliance (£380 - £450)

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2347) Halfpenny 1797 Pattern in copper with plain edge, Peck 1157 KH7 Obverse with 2 Berries in wreath, the Reverse with 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit Toned UNC with a tone spot on the obverse, Rare, this being only the third example we have offered since 2003, so probably rarer than Peck’s ‘R’ rating would indicate (£600 - £800)

2356) Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC and highly lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint second finest of 40 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250) 2357) Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC with around 50% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint second finest of 40 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250) 2358) Halfpenny 1867 Freeman 300 dies 7+G UNC with traces of lustre, the reverse with a tiny flaw in the left corner of the exergue visible under strong magnification (£130 - £160)

2348) Halfpenny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433 UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS64 BN (£135 - £165)

2359) Halfpenny 1868 Bronze Proof Freeman 305 dies 7+G toned nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Cheshire Collection NGC PF64 BN (no ticket) this data recorded at the time of LCGS Encapsulation (£1,300 - £1,600)

2349) Halfpenny 1845 Peck 1529 VG or better, one of the key dates in the series (£280 - £320) 2350) Halfpenny 1845 Peck 1529, EF with lightly pitted fields, Ex-London Coins Auctions A124 28/2/2009 Roland Harris Collection Lot 513 (£400 - £800) 2360) Halfpenny 1869 Freeman 306 dies 7+G UNC with 20-30 % lustre in an NGC holder and graded MS64BN, a key date and well struck on both sides, this very unusual for this date, extremely difficult to find in this high grade, Ex-London Coins Auction A151 Lot 2737 realised £936 inclusive of buyers premium (£500 - £1,000) 2351) Halfpenny 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1532 A/UNC toned with minor hairlines and small spots, the obverse with traces of lustre (£170 - £220) 2352) Halfpenny 1854 V in VICTORIA an inverted A, unrecorded by Spink or Peck, EF the variety very clear, Rare (£100 - £120) 2353) Halfpenny 1856 Peck 1544 Toned UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£200 - £250)

2361) Halfpenny 1871 Freeman 308 dies 7+G EF and lustrous, the reverse with some surface deposit, a scarce date (£175 £300)

2354) Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, third finest of 48 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£230 - £260)

2362) Halfpenny 1871 Freeman 308 dies 7+G, UNC the obverse lustrous with some toning, the reverse with around 50% lustre, the finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £450)

2355) Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter A to right of lighthouse Fine, excessively rare , unlisted by Freeman with the mintmark in this position, very few pieces thought to exist, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 20, Ex-London Coins Auction A150 6/9/2015 Lot 2482 realised £761 inclusive of buyers premium (£500 - £900) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2363) Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 dies 14+N UNC with around 20% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Nicholson Collection 2003 Lot 449. Ex-London Coin Auction A119 December 2nd 2007 Lot 1040 (£200 - £250) 2364) Halfpenny 1885 Freeman 354 dies 17+S Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250) 2365) Halfpenny 1893 Freeman 368 dies 17+S Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£150 - £200)

2373) Maundy Set 1847 ESC 2547, Bull 3490 EF to A/UNC with matching grey tone, a scarce set, comes in a round red contemporary Maundy Money case (£700 - £800)

2366) Maundy a 3-part set 1897 Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence AU to UNC with matching tone, the Twopence with small rim nicks (£100 - £120) 2367) Maundy Set 1817 ESC 2422, Bull 2240 EF to UNC and lustrous, Penny nicely toned (£220 - £260) 2368) Maundy Set 1818 ESC 2423, Bull 2241 VF to EF, the Twopence and Penny nicely toned, the Twopence with some very thin scratches (£130 - £160) 2369) Maundy Set 1839 ESC 2448, Bull 3481 NEF to GEF the Fourpence with the 8 and 3 double struck, Threepence with some thin scratches on the obverse, a scarce set, comes in a long undated, contemporary case (£375 - £425) 2370) Maundy Set 1841 ESC 2451, Bull 3484 Fourpence and Threepence GVF, the Threepence with a dig in the reverse field, Twopence and Penny GEF to A/UNC the Penny with a pleasing gold tone and some hairlines (£360 - £420)

2371) Maundy Set 1845 ESC 2455, Bull 3488 EF to UNC with a few flecks of toning, the Penny with some thin scratches on the obverse (£190 - £230)

2374) Maundy Set 1848 ESC 2548, Bull 3491 EF to UNC the Threepence and Twopence attractively toned, the Penny with a thin scratch, comes with black contemporary undated case with crest (£550 - £650)

2372) Maundy Set 1846 ESC 2456, Bull 3489 EF to GEF with matching grey tone, the Penny with a small minting flaw on the edge, a very rare set (£450 - £550)

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2375) Maundy Set 1848 ESC 2548, Bull 3491 EF to UNC, the Threepence with a small rim nick the Penny with tiny rim nicks (£600 - £700)

2379) Maundy Set 1853 ESC 2463, Bull 3496 Lustrous UNC, the Fourpence with some hairlines, the Twopence and Penny with some small tone spots, a very rare and desirable set, the Threepence particularly sought after especially in this grade, comes with a round black contemporary Spink Maundy Money case, and as such may well be one of the finest available examples of this date (£800 - £900)

2376) Maundy Set 1850 ESC 2494, Bull 3535, the Twopence with 8 over wider 8, GEF to UNC with matching tone (£600 £900)

2377) Maundy Set 1852 ESC 2462, Bull 3495 Fourpence GEF with some tone spots, Threepence with 1 over tilted 1 and 5 over lower 5 in the date GEF, Twopence EF with minor hairlines, Penny GEF the obverse with long scratches (£500 - £600) 2380) Maundy Set 1855 Bull 3499 ESC 2466 AU to UNC with a choice and colourful matching tone, the Twopence with tiny rim nicks (£280 - £320)

2378) Maundy Set 1852 ESC 2462, Bull 3495 VF to EF with matching tone, the Twopence with some digs in the field, in a contemporary black Maundy case (£550 - £650) 2381) Maundy Set 1868 ESC 2480, Bull 3518 Near EF to EF sometime cleaned and retoned, in a maroon dated Maundy Money box (£150 - £175) 2382) Maundy Set 1891 ESC 2506, Bull 3549 NEF to A/UNC with matching tone, in a dated box (£180 - £220) 2383) Maundy Set 1894 ESC 2509, Bull 3552 EF to UNC with matching tone, the Threepence with some small edge nicks, in a red square Maundy Money case (£110 - £140) 2384) Maundy Set 1909 ESC 2525, Bull 3615 UNC and lustrous, the Fourpence with tiny rim nicks and small tone spots, the Threepence with an old scrape on the obverse, Twopence in lustrous UNC, the Penny UNC with a gentle edge bruise, More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


comes in a long contemporary red Maundy Money box (£160 - £200) 2385) Maundy Set 1910 ESC 2526, Bull 3616 UNC and lustrous with some small tone spots, a scarce set, comes with a square red Maundy Money case (£160 - £200) 2386) Maundy Set 1914 ESC 2531, Bull 3974 UNC and lustrous with a matching golden tone, the Threepence with a hairline scratch on the reverse, the Twopence with a small rim nick, comes in a square red contemporary Maundy Money case (£140 - £160) 2387) Maundy Set 1936 ESC 2553, Bull 3997 GEF to UNC the Fourpence with a gentle edge bruise: Note as King George V died in January, the 1936 Maundy coins were distributed by King Edward VIII (£160 - £200) 2388) Maundy Set 1937 ESC 2554, Bull 4304 GEF to UNC and lustrous with a light matching tone, the Penny with a small tone spot on the reverse (£120 - £150) 2389) Maundy Set 1952 ESC 2569, Bull 4322 GEF to UNC and lustrous with some hairlines (£120 - £150) 2390) Maundy Set 1989 ESC 2606 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue (£100 - £150) 2391) Maundy Set 1992 ESC 2609 nFDC with minor toning or handling marks, in the Royal Mint box of issue (£100 - £150) 2392) Maundy Set 1995 S.4211 nFDC to FDC in the sealed plastic envelope (£110 - £140) 2393) Maundy Set 2005 S.4211 FDC in the sealed plastic envelope of issue (£165 - £195) 2394) Maundy Set 2012 as S.4211 nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue (£350 - £400) 2395) Maundy Set 2015 as S.4211 nFDC to FDC the Twopence with a small tone spot in the obverse field, in the Royal Mint box of issue (£450 - £550)

2398) Maundy Twopence 1839 Reverse upright we note we have previously offered these as Proof strikings due to the die axis alignment UNC toned the reverse with some rim nicks (£100 - £150) 2399) Pennies (2) 1827 Peck 1430 Fair/Poor, Rare, 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 EF/NEF the reverse with some scratches (£120 - £150) 2400) Pennies (2) 1853 Plain Trident Peck 1504 VF/NVF with a series of thin scratches on the obverse, 1858 8 over 6, unlisted by Peck EF/NEF with some thin scratches and some edge nicks, both rare (£160 - £200) 2401) Pennies (2) 1854 Ornamental Trident, with all Reverse Colons weak or missing, Bramah 17a, the only colon showing weakly is the one after BRITANNIAR, NEF, 1858 First I of BRITANNIAR with no serifs, Bramah 26a, Fine (£100 - £120) 2402) Pennies (2) 1858 DEF with F struck over a B, an unusual overstrike, NEF with a scratch in the reverse field, unlisted by Peck or Bramah, Rare, 1858 8 over 7 Peck 1516 NVF/VF with some surface marks (£100 - £120) 2403) Pennies (2) 1879 Freeman 98 dies 9+K Fine for wear the reverse with some spots, Rare, 1879 Freeman 96 dies 8+J NVF and scarce (£110 - £140) 2404) Pennies 1916 (2) Freeman 180 dies 2+B the first the recessed ear type with the (usual) broken border tooth above the colon stop after BRITT, A/UNC and toned, slightly streaky, the second the standard type with normal border teeth UNC with around 40% lustre, Halfpenny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 261 dies 2+B UNC with around 40% lustre and a small tone spot above Britannia, scarce in this grade (£220 - £260) 2405) Penny 1797 Proof in Bronzed Copper Peck 1115 KP15 UNC, struck on an imperfect blank with two flan flaws in the reverse field, and with thin scratches in the obverse field, our archive database shows that this is the first example we have offered (£600 - £700)

2396) Maundy Set 2016 as S.4211 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue (£500 - £600) 2397) Maundy Set 2018 as S.4211 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, cataloguers note: it is quite noticeable from this set that the obverse dies have been recut, thus resulting in a much sharper rendition of the Queen’s hair, often weak on issues from previous years (£550 - £650) 2406) Penny 1806 Proof in Copper Peck 1327, KP31 UNC with some toning on the obverse, and small traces of original lustre (£200 - £350) 2407) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 A/UNC, the obverse with some contact marks on the portrait (£275 - £325) 2408) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 EF with a slightly uneven, colourful tone (£150 - £200)

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2409) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 Toned UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£260 - £320) 2410) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 Fine with surface marks and a little corrosion around 11 o’clock on the obverse and corresponding on the reverse (£150 - £200) 2411) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 GVF a bold strike, unusual for this issue, Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£500 - £1,000)

2412) Penny 1831 W.W on truncation Peck 1458* an extremely rare variety that usually only occurs in low grades, this a pleasing middle grade VF example, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50, we note from our results database we have only previously sold three examples in 15 years, the example being offered here is finer than all three, the finest previously offered being Fine (£100 - £200)

2418) Penny 1846 DEF Far Colon Peck 1490 UNC or very near so with light cabinet friction, the obverse with traces of lustre, the reverse with around 50% lustre (£180 - £220) 2419) Penny 1847 DEF Far Colon Peck 1493 UNC with around 75% lustre, with minor contact marks and a tone spot on each side (£275 - £350) 2420) Penny 1847 DEF Far Colon, No Colon after REG, the Reverse appears to be a sharper early strike, the shield having two distinct sharp raised lines, the rose also differing in that there are lines between the petals, in the style of the later Victorian Veiled Head Shilling reverses, EF with two small spots on the reverse, a recent discovery and considered to be very rare with few known (£1,200 - £1,500)

2421) Penny 1853 Plain Trident Peck 1504 EF with some very minor contact marks, rare in this grade (£170 - £220) 2422) Penny 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 GEF the reverse with a few small rim nicks, Very Rare in this high grade (£925 - £1,150)

2413) Penny 1837 Peck 1460 EF attractively toned with a hint of lustre (£400 - £600)

2423) Penny 1856 Plain Trident Peck 1510 GVF/NVF with some contact marks, Rare (£360 - £420)

2414) Penny 1837 Peck 1460 GVF/VF with some contact marks, the reverse with a tone spot, rare and seldom seen above Fine (£270 - £320) 2415) Penny 1841 REG No Colon, Peck 1484 UNC with traces of lustre, in an NGC holder and graded MS63 BN (£220 - £260) 2416) Penny 1841 REG: Peck 1480 NEF once lightly cleaned, now almost fully retoned, Rare (£320 - £360) 2417) Penny 1844 Peck 1487, Bramah 4a DFF for DEF with upper serifs only to the 4s in the date EF with traces of lustre and small rim nicks, a very pleasing example of this scarcer type (£190 - £220)

2424) Penny 1856 Plain Trident Peck 1510 NVF/GF once cleaned, now retoning (£200 - £250) 2425) Penny 1858 Large Rose Ornamental Trident, Small Date with WW unlisted by Peck, believed to be only a few examples in existence, VF with some contact marks and rim nicks, we note an example described as CGS Fine 35 sold in our June 2012 auction for £600 hammer price (£110 - £140)

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2426) Penny 1858 Large Rose Ornamental Trident, Small Date with WW unlisted by Peck, believed to be only a few examples in existence, VF, we note an example described as CGS Fine 35 sold in our June 2012 auction for £600 (£100 - £150) 2427) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6 dies 1+B Good Fine and evenly toned (£110 - £140) 2428) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 17, dies 6+D, EF/NEF with uneven toning, rated R13 by Freeman (£120 - £150) 2429) Penny 1861 Freeman 22 dies 4+D Toned UNC or near so with a trace of lustre (£120 - £150)

2438) Penny 1875H Specimen LCGS Variety 12 the only example, and therefore the finest known example, thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Extremely Rare and clearly a superior striking to the currency issues, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£1,000 - £2,000)

2430) Penny 1863 Freeman 42 dies 6+G Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£300 - £350) 2431) Penny 1868 Freeman 56 dies 6+G AU/GEF and nicely toned, scarce in this high grade (£200 - £400) 2432) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G EF with traces of lustre on the obverse legend, some light surface dirt on the reverse, slight inconsistency in the metal mix shows in the reverse field, overall a very pleasing piece and very rare in this high grade (£750 - £1,500) 2433) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G Nearer EF than VF, the obverse with a thin scratch (£500 - £750)

2434) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G NEF toned, the surfaces with some small spots visible under strong magnification, Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£750 - £1,500)

2435) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 40 (£450 - £550) 2436) Penny 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1871Ac, 12 teeth date spacing, GVF, once lightly cleaned, now retoned (£200 - £250) 2437) Penny 1875H Freeman 85 dies 8+J EF and very rare in this high grade (£475 - £550)

2439) Penny 1877 Freeman 91, dies 8+J EF/UNC, the obverse with some hairlines, the reverse with some lustre (£100 - £120) 2440) Penny 1877 Narrow date, Freeman 90 dies 8+H (Rarity 18) one of the rarest and most sought after currency types in the entire Bun Penny series, almost always encountered in low grade, this example around Fine, and considerably superior to the example sold in London Coins Auction A129 (Lot 2034) graded LCGS 20 which realised £7020 inclusive of buyers premium. The variety beyond dispute and this example quite possibly one of the finest examples in existence, we note we have handled only 5 other examples since 2003, we also note this is superior to the example in the Laurie Bamford Collection sold in 2006 described as ‘Fair’, hence a rare opportunity for the advanced collector of the key varieties in this series (£4,000 - £6,000)

2441) Penny 1887 Freeman 125 dies 12+N UNC with virtually full lustre, minor contact marks and very small tone spots visible under magnification barely detract (£125 - £150) 2442) Penny 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N UNC, the obverse lustrous, the reverse nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Ex-Cheshire Collection NGC MS64 RB, (no NGC ticket) the data recorded at the time of LCGS Encapsulation (£230 - £260) 2443) Penny 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B NVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 35 (£150 - £200) 2444) Penny 1893 Freeman 136 dies 12+N UNC with around 10%/40% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by

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the LCGS Population Report (£320 - £360) 2445) Penny 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident Freeman 139 dies 1+A, UNC or near so and lustrous with few small spots, very rare in this high grade (£440 - £480)

2452) Quarter Guinea 1762 S.3741 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS63 (£400 - £600)

2453) Quarter Guinea 1762 S.3741 NVF/GF (£300 - £350)

2446) Penny 1897 Raised Dot between O and N of PENNY Gouby BP1897B UNC with around 75% lustre, extremely rare in all grades above Fine, a key variety in the Veiled Head series and almost never encountered in high grade. NB The raised dot as bold and sharp as any seen by this cataloguer. (£500 - £1,000)

2447) Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB (£170 - £220) 2448) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC with around 40% lustre, a few light contact marks barely detract (£110 - £140)

2454) Shilling 1658 Cromwell ESC 1005, Bull 254 VG the reverse slightly better, possibly once gilded and with some thin scratches to the obverse, the edge with the milling worn at the top of the reverse (£400 - £500) 2455) Shilling 1658 Cromwell ESC 1005, Bull 254, the obverse with two small tone spots, EF or near so with a small flan flaw after the date and with a pleasing blue and green tone (£2,600 - £3,200)

2456) Shilling 1663 First Bust Variety ESC 1025, Bull 506 GVF/VF the portrait well struck and pleasing (£350 - £450)

2449) Penny 1919H Freeman 186 dies 2+B EF with some lustre and partly toned, scarce in high grade (£200 - £300)

2457) Shilling 1686 G over A in MAG, this variety unlisted for 1686 by either ESC or Bull, who list this type for 1687 with 7 over 6, so an interesting insight into the origins of the variety, About VF and Rare. Our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that we not previously offered an example (£700 - £900) 2450) Penny 1922 as Freeman 192 dies 3+B with the ‘crows foot’ variety on the obverse on the portrait, A/UNC with traces of lustre, rare (£150 - £200) 2451) Penny 1926 Modified Effigy Freeman 195 dies 4+B UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS63 RB, Very Rare and desirable in this high grade (£1,750 - £2,500) 2458) Shilling 1693 ESC 1076, Bull 868 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, William and Mary Shillings difficult to find in high grades (£2,000 - £2,600)

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2467) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, ESC 1176, Bull 1586 GVF toned with some light haymarks (£180 - £200) 2468) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, ESC 1176, Bull 1586 VF/GVF with a light haymark by ET (£200 - £250)

2459) Shilling 1693 ESC 1076, Bull 868 GVF/EF nicely toned, the obverse with some light haymarks (£775 - £875)

2469) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, GEORGIVS with G’s broken on the lower curve as ESC 1176, Bull 1586 EF/NEF (£200 - £250) 2470) Shilling 1724 WCC ESC 1182, Bull 1595 approaching Fine with an edge nick, all major details are clear and bold (£700 - £900)

2460) Shilling 1700 ESC 1121, Bull 1150 VF with some haymarking and a little uneven toning on the obverse (£120 - £150) 2461) Shilling 1700 ESC 1121A, Bull 1151 UNC and attractively toned, with much eye appeal, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£650 - £750)

2462) Shilling 1705 Second Bust, Plain in angles ESC 1134, Bull 1391 VG/Fine with some scratches in the reverse angles, Rare (£240 - £280)

2471) Shilling 1739 Roses ESC 1201, Bull 1716 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the second finest of 13 examples thus far recorded on the LCGS Population Report (£550 - £650)

2472) Shilling 1741 Roses ESC 1202 unaltered date EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£300 - £400)

2463) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147, Bull 1399, GEF and lustrous with touches of golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£320 - £360) 2464) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 EF the reverse better with touches of golden tone LCGS 65 (£300 - £400) 2473) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205 EF nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£300 - £400)

2465) Shilling 1711 Fourth Bust ESC 1158, Bull 1408 NVF/GF with a thin scratch on the obverse, Halfpenny 1887 Freeman 358 dies 17+S EF and lustrous with some small tone spots (£140 - £160) 2466) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165, Bull 1566 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£750 - £850)

2474) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 About VF/VF (£110 - £140) 2475) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 GVF/NEF with a pleasing old grey tone (£150 - £180) 2476) Shilling 1747 Roses ESC 1209, Bull 1728 VF/GVF toned with very light adjustment lines and haymarks (£150 - £180) 2477) Shilling 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£150 - £200)

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2478) Shilling 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210, Bull 1729 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£350 - £400)

2489) Shilling 1856 ESC 1304, Bull 3007 UNC with olive and golden toning, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£280 - £320)

2479) Shilling 1751 ESC 1212, Bull 1733 VF with thin scratches in two of the reverse angles, Rare (£400 - £500)

2490) Shilling 1862 ESC 1310, Bull 3021 UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, one of the key dates in the Victorian series and seldom seen in high grade (£350 - £750)

2480) Shilling 1787 Hearts, 1 over Retrograde 1 in date ESC 1225A, as Bull 2131 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the joint finest of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-London Coins Auction A137 June 2012 Lot 510 realised £328 inclusive of buyer’s premium (£225 - £275)

2491) Shilling 1864 ESC 1312, Bull 3024, Davies 886, Die Number 64 UNC with a beautiful and original tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£400 - £500)

2481) Shilling 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Bull 2405 UNC with pale lustre, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£360 £420) 2482) Shilling 1834 ESC 1268, Bull 2489 EF with some light contact marks (£125 - £150) 2483) Shilling 1836 ESC 1273, Bull 2494 UNC or very near so in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£250 - £300) 2484) Shilling 1839 Plain edge impaired Proof ESC 1284 VF with signs of tooling (£150 - £300) 2485) Shilling 1850 50 over 49 or 46 ESC 1297, Bull 2997/2998, the obverse having the first I in VICTORIA missing it’s lower right serif, we note two previously sold examples on our database show this serif to be weak or missing on this very rare type, VG, the reverse a touch better, very difficult to find in any grade (£500 - £750) 2486) Shilling 1850 ESC 1296, Bull 2996 VG with some old scratches on the obverse, the key date in the Victorian series (£750 - £850)

2492) Shilling 1866 ESC 1314, Bull 3027 Die Number 39 EF and nicely toned (£100 - £180) 2493) Shilling 1872 ESC 1324, Bull 3042 Die Number 23 UNC and lustrous with light contact marks, Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698, Bull 3189 AU/UNC and lustrous (£325 - £375) 2494) Shilling 1893 Proof ESC 1362, Bull 3155 Lustrous UNC (£120 - £150) 2495) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414, Bull 3591 NVF/VF with an edge nick, the obverse with some heavier contact marks (£125 - £250) 2496) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414, Bull 3591 UNC exhibiting plenty of original mint lustre, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, a most attractive example with lots of eye appeal, with very few of this date available in this high grade, a rare opportunity for the Shilling Specialist, we would suggest as nice as the example offered in London Coins Auction A143 (Lot 2295) which realised £5148 inclusive of buyers premium (£1,500 - £2,500)

2487) Shilling 1854 ESC 1302, Bull 3004 EF, some minor hairlines in the obverse field barely detract, very rare in high grades (£750 - £1,500) 2497) Shilling 1907 ESC 1416, Bull 3593, Choice UNC with gold and green toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£360 - £420)

2488) Shilling 1854 the 4 overstruck with the underlying figure unclear, ESC 1302, Bull 3004 VG Rare (£200 - £250)

2498) Shillings (2) 1696C First Bust ESC 1082, Bull 1165Fine, on a porous flan, 1696E ESC 1084, Bull 1180, First Bust, Fine with uneven toning (£100 - £120)

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2499) Shillings (2) 1844 ESC 1291, Bull 2990 GEF nicely toned, with two small edge nicks, 1846 GEF the reverse with some colourful tone in the rims (£100 - £200) 2500) Shillings (2) 1906 ESC 1415, Bull 3592 Davies 1556 dies 1A A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, 1917 ESC 1427, Bull 3806 Lustrous UNC (£110 - £140) 2501) Sixpence 1681 ESC 1520, Bull 577 NEF toned, with an edge flaw at 5 o’clock this probably caused in the minting (£450 - £550)

2509) Sixpence 1750 ESC 1620 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £200) 2510) Sixpence 1750 ESC 1620, Bull 1760 UNC or near so in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£340 - £380) 2511) Sixpence 1821 ESC 1654, Bull 2421 UNC and lustrous with an underlying colourful tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 22 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£350 - £400)

2502) Sixpence 1696y First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, ESC 1539, Bull 1296 A/UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£450 - £550)

2512) Sixpence 1826 ESC 1662, Bull 2433 UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction, the reverse with a small spot by the lion’s tail (£110 - £140) 2513) Sixpence 1826 Shield in Garter ESC 1660, Bull 2430, NVF, a collectable example of this scarce type (£100 - £175)

2503) Sixpence 1697 Second Bust, GVLIEMVS error, ESC 1565, no exact Bull equivalent, VG the reverse better (£200 - £250) 2504) Sixpence 1705 Roses and Plumes ESC 1585, Bull 1450 EF with a small tone spot on either side, formerly in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS AU58, a scarce and under-rated piece, this being only the fifth example we have handled since 2003, and also the second finest (£250 - £500)

2505) Sixpence 1707 Plain below bust, ESC 1587, Bull 1454 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60, the finest known of only 2 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£350 - £400) 2506) Sixpence 1723 SSC ESC 1600, Bull 1612, GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£280 - £320) 2507) Sixpence 1723 SSC Small Lettering on Obverse EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£200 - £300)

2508) Sixpence 1731 Roses and Plumes ESC 1607, Bull 1741 UNC with pale lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£600 - £700)

2514) Sixpence 1838 ESC 1682, Bull 3168, About UNC with pleasing tone, with small edge nicks by BRIT, Groat 1838 ESC 1930, Bull 3319, A/UNC and nicely toned with an edge nick by REG (£100 - £200) 2515) Sixpence 1839 ESC 1684, Bull 3170 UNC and choice with grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£360 - £420) 2516) Sixpence 1846 ESC 1692, Bull 3180 UNC and choice with gold and olive toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 5 examples, Ex-Cheshire Collection NGC MS66 (no ticket) this information collected at the time of LCGS encapsulation (£400 - £500)

2517) Sixpence 1848 8 over 6 ESC 1693A, Bull 3183, UNC with prooflike fields, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, a superb piece and the only, and therefore finest example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. When this date does show up it is usually in lower grades, a key date rarity missing from many collections (£1,000 - £1,500)

2518) Sixpence 1854 ESC 1700, Bull 3192 Near EF with some attractive gold tone around the rims, Very Rare (£750 £1,500)

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of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300)

2519) Sixpence 1856 ESC 1702, Bull 3196 UNC with practically full lustre (£200 - £250) 2520) Sixpence 1859 ESC 1708, Bull 3203 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£170 - £220) 2521) Sixpence 1862 Large Date, ESC 1711, Bull 3207 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, the finest known of only two examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £500)

2522) Sixpence 1863 ESC 1712, Bull 3209 UNC and lustrous with a pleasing tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£500 - £750)

2529) Sixpence 1887 Young Head ESC 1750, Bull 3262, UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£260 - £320) 2530) Sixpence 1911 ESC 1795, Bull 3871, Davies 1862 Dies 2A. Obverse: I of BRITT points to a space. Reverse: Colon of FID points to a bead, Choice UNC with Golden toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of just 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Peter J.Davies Collection, LCA A124 28/2/2009 Lot 1345 (£160 - £200) 2531) Sixpences (2) 1757 ESC 1622. Bull 1762 with many of the reverse stops weak or missing NEF with grey tone, 1758 ESC 1623, Bull 1763 VF/NEF with some flecks of toning (£120 - £160) 2532) Sixpences (2) 1858 ESC 1706, Bull 3200 EF lightly toned with two small spots on the obverse, 1859 9 over 8 ESC 1708A, Bull 3204 A/UNC and scarce (£150 - £200) 2533) Sixpences (2) 1873 ESC 1727, Bull 3228 Die Number 59, About EF/EF toned, 1905 ESC 1789, Bull 3601 EF cleaned (£220 - £260) 2534) Sixpences (3) 1829 ESC 1666, Bull 2439 NEF/GVF, 1831 ESC 1670, Bull 2499 GEF/AU, 1866 ESC 1715, Bull 3213, EF with some contact marks (£250 - £280)

2523) Sixpence 1877 No Die Number ESC 1732, Bull 2675 Choice UNC with golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£350 - £400)

2535) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2524) Sixpence 1878 8 over 7 ESC 1734A, Bull 3235, Die Number 30 UNC or very near so and lustrous, the obverse with touches of mint bloom, in a LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£400 - £800) 2536) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 Near Fine/Fine (£280 - £350) 2537) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG/Near Fine (£200 - £250) 2538) Sovereign 1820 Large Date, Closed 2, Marsh 4, Good Fine (£300 - £450) 2525) Sixpence 1878 DRITANNIAR error, ESC 1735, Bull 3236, Die Number 6 with the Die number struck over a lower 6 as is normal for this type, Fine with a tone line on the obverse and rare (£240 - £280) 2526) Sixpence 1878 DRITANNIAR error, ESC 1735, Bull 3236, Die Number 6 with the Die number struck over a lower 6 as is normal for this type, VG/Fine, the obverse with some scratches, the reverse with some residual dirt in the legend, a very rare type (£180 - £220)

2539) Sovereign 1820 Marsh 4 GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£1,300 - £1,500)

2527) Sixpence 1881 Normal Date ESC 1740, Bull 3251, Davies 1099 GEF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£110 - £140) 2528) Sixpence 1884 ESC 1745, Bull 3257 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2540) Sovereign 1820 Marsh 4, Closed 2 Near Fine/About Fine (£280 - £350) 2541) Sovereign 1820 Short Small date Marsh 4A NEF Rare (£1,300 - £1,600) 2550) Sovereign 1831 First Bust, W.W. incuse with stops Marsh 16 VF with a very small edge bruise (£1,900 - £2,400)

2542) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 VG the reverse slightly better, all major details clear, in a Westminster case with certificate (£200 - £250) 2543) Sovereign 1823 Marsh 7 Good Fine with some surface marks, Rare (£1,250 - £2,000)

2544) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 VF EX-Jewellery (£200 - £250)

2551) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 EF with very light contact marks (£1,300 - £1,600)

2552) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 UNC with light cabinet friction, a particularly pleasing example, rare to find William IV Sovereigns this nice (£2,800 - £3,200)

2545) Sovereign 1825 Laureate Head Marsh 9 About Fine (£1,400 - £1,600)

2553) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£900 - £1,200) 2546) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£1,000 - £1,200)

2554) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 VG/Near Fine (£280 - £350) 2547) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11, EF/NEF the obverse with a series of scratches in the field (£250 - £500)

2555) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 GF/NVF Rare (£750 - £1,500)

2548) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£800 - £1,000)

2556) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63+, extremely rare in this high grade (£4,500 - £5,500)

2549) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£900 - £1,100)

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2557) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 Near Fine/About Fine in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£350 - £750)

2558) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23 GF/NVF, Very Rare (£2,000 £3,500)

2559) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS XF45, Very Rare (£1,600 - £2,500)

2560) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23 NVF with two small digs on the shield (£2,500 - £3,000)

2562) Sovereign 1841 Unbarred A’s in GRATIA as Marsh 24 Reverse Fine, the obverse near so, an extremely rare date and type, one of the key dates in the entire Sovereign series (£6,000 - £10,000)

2561) Sovereign 1841 Unbarred A’s in GRATIA as Marsh 24 in a PCGS green label holder and graded XF45, an extremely rare date and type, one of the key dates in the entire Sovereign series (£10,000 - £12,000)

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2571) Sovereign 1848 Marsh 31, S.3852C, GVF (£380 - £420)

2572) Sovereign 1850 Inverted A for V in VICT, S.3852C, unlisted by Marsh, GVF and rare with Spink now listing at £1250 in Fine (£1,000 - £1,500)

2573) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 NEF the obverse with some contact marks (£320 - £360) 2574) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 GVF (£225 - £325) 2575) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 GVF/NEF with small edge nicks by GRATIA (£225 - £325) 2563) Sovereign 1842 GRΛTIΛ unbarred A’s in GRATIA, S.3852 VF the reverse slightly better (£550 - £650)

2576) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 GVF/NEF with some edge nicks (£225 - £350) 2577) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 NVF/GF (£225 - £350) 2578) Sovereign 1852 Roman 1 in date, S.3852C, unlisted by Marsh , VF, Rare with Spink now listing at £675 in Fine (£500 - £600)

2564) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 VF/GVF (£225 - £350) 2565) Sovereign 1842 Open 2 S.3852 Fine, Rare (£300 - £400) 2566) Sovereign 1843 3 over inverted 2, the 8 4 3 are evenly spaced, the 1 with signs of doubling (visible under high magnification) NEF/EF (£400 - £600)

2579) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C EF and lustrous, the obverse with light contact marks (£350 - £450) 2580) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C VF with an edge nick (£225 - £350)

2567) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 GVF (£350 - £450)

2581) Sovereign 1854 WW incuse, R over lower R in REGINA, type as S.3852D NEF/EF (£600 - £700)

2568) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 Near Fine/Fine (£225 - £350)

2582) Sovereign 1855 WW incuse S.3852D EF/GEF and lustrous (£350 - £450)

2569) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 VF/GVF (£320 - £360)

2583) Sovereign 1855 WW incuse S.3852D GF/NVF (£225 - £350)

2570) Sovereign 1847 Marsh 30 VF/GVF (£225 - £350)

2584) Sovereign 1856 S.3852D EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£350 - £450)

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2585) Sovereign 1857 Marsh 40 GF/NVF with some small edge nicks (£225 - £350) 2586) Sovereign 1857 Marsh 40 GVF (£225 - £350)

2598) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 55, Die Number 30 A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with minor contact marks (£360 - £420)

2587) Sovereign 1860 Inverted A for V in VICT, S.3852D NEF and Rare with Spink now listing at £1750 in VF and unpriced in higher grades (£1,400 - £1,800)

2599) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 55, Die Number 7 Lustrous UNC with prooflike fields, the obverse with some light contact marks (£360 - £420)

2588) Sovereign 1860 Large 0 in date, LCGS Variety 6, GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£375 - £425)

2600) Sovereign 1871S George and the Dragon, WW buried in narrow truncation, horse with short tail, Large B.P. S.3858 approaching EF (£400 - £450)

2589) Sovereign 1862 F over inverted A in DEF Marsh 45A, S.3852D NVF/VF Rare (£350 - £450)

2601) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW Raised, S.3855 NEF (£360 - £420) 2602) Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon Marsh 85 VF/GVF (£225 - £325) 2603) Sovereign 1873S Shield Reverse, Marsh 71 EF/GEF (£350 - £450)

2590) Sovereign 1862 Narrow date S.3852D Fine/Good Fine (£225 - £350) 2591) Sovereign 1862 Narrow Date, T in VICTORIA struck over inverted V S.3852D, unlisted as a variety by Marsh, GVF and presumed Very Rare (£350 - £550)

2592) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date LCGS Variety 2 GVF/NEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£350 - £400) 2593) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date S.3852D Near VF, in a Hallmark box with certificate (£225 - £325)

2604) Sovereign 1874 Shield Reverse, Marsh 58, S.3853B, Die Number 28 VF/GVF the obverse with some heavier contact marks, overall superior to the example sold in the Bentley Collection 27/9/2012 Lot 624 which realised £6480 inclusive of buyers premium, one of a trio of 1874 Die Number Sovereigns offered in this sale, all extremely rare (£4,000 - £5,000)

2605) Sovereign 1874 Shield Reverse, Marsh 58, S.3853B, Die Number 32 Good Fine/About VF, one of a trio of 1874 Die Number Sovereigns offered in this sale, all extremely rare (£2,800 - £3,200)

2594) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date, R of BRITT over E S.3852E, unlisted by Marsh, GVF/NEF Rare (£450 - £650)

2595) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 35 Good Fine (£225 - £350) 2596) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 90 VF/GVF, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£300 - £350)

2606) Sovereign 1874 Shield Reverse, Marsh 58, S.3853B, Die Number 33 NVF/VF with a small graze by the Queen’s eye, stated at the time of the Bentley sale to be less than five known examples, one of a trio of 1874 Die Number Sovereigns offered in this sale, all extremely rare (£3,500 - £4,500)

2597) Sovereign 1870 WW in relief, S.3853B EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£425 - £475) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2620) Sovereign 1880S Shield Reverse, Inverted A for V in VICT, S.3855, unlisted by Marsh VF/NEF, Very Rare (£2,200 £2,800)

2607) Sovereign 1874M George and the Dragon Marsh 96 NEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£300 - £350) 2608) Sovereign 1874M Shield Reverse Marsh 60 NEF/EF (£350 - £450)

2621) Sovereign 1881M Shield Reverse Marsh 62 EF/AU and lustrous, scarce in high grade (£400 - £450)

2609) Sovereign 1874S George and the Dragon Marsh 113 NVF in a Hallmark box with certificate (£225 - £325) 2610) Sovereign 1875S Shield Reverse Marsh 72 EF/AU and lustrous (£340 - £380) 2611) Sovereign 1877M George and the Dragon Marsh 99 NEF/EF with minor contact marks and an edge nick (£200 - £250) 2612) Sovereign 1877S Shield Reverse Marsh 73 GEF and lustrous with a small edge nick (£340 - £380) 2613) Sovereign 1877S Shield Reverse Marsh 73 VF or better/EF (£200 - £250) 2614) Sovereign 1879 Marsh 90 Fine/NVF, Rare, rated R4 by Marsh, with a low mintage of just 20,013 pieces (£1,300 - £1,600)

2615) Sovereign 1879S Shield Reverse Marsh 75 the lower half of the date faintly struck NEF/EF with some edge nicks, the reverse lustrous (£300 - £350)

2622) Sovereign 1881S Shield Reverse Marsh 77 GEF/AU (£400 - £450) 2623) Sovereign 1882S Shield Reverse, Marsh 78 GVF/NEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£280 - £320) 2624) Sovereign 1883S Shield Reverse Marsh 79 GEF/AU with small edge nicks (£360 - £420)

2625) Sovereign 1884M Horse with short tail, W.W. complete of broad truncation S.3857C GEF and lustrous with some very small rim nicks (£260 - £320) 2626) Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse Marsh 65 GVF/VF (£200 - £250)

2616) Sovereign 1880 George and the Dragon, Horse with short tail, WW buried in narrow truncation, Small BP S.3856B VF/NEF with some contact marks (£225 - £350)

2627) Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse, WW Raised on truncation S.3854A in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS AU58 Ex-Ezen collection (£220 - £260)

2617) Sovereign 1880M George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857, Marsh 102, EF with contact marks (£260 - £320)

2628) Sovereign 1884S Shield Reverse Marsh 80 GEF/AU (£400 - £450)

2618) Sovereign 1880M Shield Reverse Marsh 61 NEF/EF, Very Rare, rated R2 by Marsh (£1,100 - £1,400)

2629) Sovereign 1885S Shield Reverse Marsh 81 AU/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with light contact marks and small rim nicks (£360 - £420) 2630) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof S.3866B A/UNC with some contact marks, retaining much original lustre (£1,250 - £1,750)

2619) Sovereign 1880S George and the Dragon, horse with long tail, small B.P. S.3858A NEF/EF with some contact marks (£280 - £320)

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2631) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof S.3866B UNC and lustrous, the fields once cleaned (£2,000 - £2,500)

(£260 - £320) 2643) Sovereign 1893 Marsh 145 EF with a flan flaw at the top of the reverse (£200 - £250) 2644) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 145 UNC or near so and lustrous, the reverse with touches of mint bloom (£300 £350)

2632) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 DISH L7, NEF with a small area of toning near the reverse rim (£220 - £300)

2645) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 145 VF in a presentation box with Westminster certificate (£200 - £250)

2633) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head tiny J.E.B with hooked J with closer spaced initials, S.3866A DISH L1, GVF with an edge nick (£225 - £350)

2646) Sovereign 1893M Veiled Head Marsh 153 EF with some contact marks, the lowest mintage of all the Melbourne Veiled Head Sovereign series (£280 - £320)

2634) Sovereign 1887M Repositioned legend, G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B, DISH M16 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS62 (£350 - £550)

2647) Sovereign 1893S Jubilee Head S.3868C, DISH S17, EF/AU and lustrous with some light contact marks and small rim nicks (£260 - £320) 2648) Sovereign 1893S Veiled Head Marsh 162 NEF with some edge nicks (£280 - £320) 2649) Sovereign 1894 Marsh 146 VF/NEF (£225 - £300)

2635) Sovereign 1888 G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3866B, DISH L9, Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £300) 2636) Sovereign 1888 G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3866B, DISH L9, Fine/VF with a dig on the obverse (£200 - £250) 2637) Sovereign 1889S First Legend S.3868 EF/GEF with some contact marks (£400 - £450)

2650) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 UNC or very near so and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 - £350) 2651) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 Near EF, Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C lustrous GEF (£450 - £550) 2652) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 GEF and lustrous with minor contact marks and an edge nick (£200 - £280) 2653) Sovereign 1899 Marsh 150 NEF/EF (£225 - £300) 2654) Sovereign 1899 P Marsh 171 the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint and also the key date in the Veiled Head series PCGS AU58 (£280 - £380)

2638) Sovereign 1890 G: of D:G: closer to crown, S.3866B, DISH L13, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£400 - £500)

2655) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, About EF/EF, the reverse the good lustre, Rare, the First Year Sovereigns were minted at the Perth Mint (£500 - £600) 2639) Sovereign 1891M G: of D:G: closer to crown, horse with long tail S.3867C, DISH M16 Fine/Good Fine in a Westminster box with certificate (£225 - £350) 2640) Sovereign 1892 S.3866C, DISH L16 Fine/NVF with some small edge nicks, comes in a Westminster presentation box (£200 - £250) 2641) Sovereign 1892M S.3867C, DISH M17 GEF with some edge nicks (£260 - £320) 2642) Sovereign 1892M S.3867C, DISH M17, AU/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks

2656) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, the first year Sovereigns were minted at the Perth Mint, scarce (£900 - £1,100) 2657) Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 GVF/NEF (£225 - £300) 2658) Sovereign 1902M Marsh 186 EF with proof like mirror

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fields, this coin is offered as the common currency issue but we have to say we have never seen a currency strike Sovereign with such proof-like fields, bought as seen (£300 - £600) 2659) Sovereign 1905S Marsh 207 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£300 - £350) 2660) Sovereign 1906S Marsh 208 A/UNC and lustrous (£260 £320) 2661) Sovereign 1906S Marsh 208 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£300 - £350) 2662) Sovereign 1907 Marsh 179 GEF/AU and lustrous (£200 £300) 2663) Sovereign 1907S Marsh 209 Choice UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£300 - £400) 2664) Sovereign 1908P Marsh 201 GVF with an edge nick, comes in a Westminster presentation case (£200 - £250)

2673) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£280 - £320) 2674) Sovereign 1912M Marsh 230 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£280 - £320) 2675) Sovereign 1912P Marsh 251 UNC and graded MS63 by PCGS (£300 - £400) 2676) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 NEF/GEF and lustrous (£200 £300) 2677) Sovereign 1913M Marsh 231 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63+ (£280 - £320) 2678) Sovereign 1913P Marsh 252 EF (£250 - £300)

2665) Sovereign 1908S Marsh 210 EF (£260 - £320) 2666) Sovereign 1909P Marsh 202 AU/GEF (£260 - £320) 2667) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 A/UNC and lustrous (£200 £300) 2668) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 EF (£200 - £300) 2669) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 GEF/UNC (£250 - £300)

2679) Sovereign 1913P Marsh 252 UNC and graded MS62 by PCGS (£280 - £380) 2680) Sovereign 1914 Marsh 216 NEF/EF, Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 NEF (£300 - £400) 2681) Sovereign 1914S Marsh 274 UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£300 - £400)

2670) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 UNC and lustrous, the fields once cleaned (£1,400 - £1,600)

2682) Sovereign 1917C Marsh 225 EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Rare with a low mintage of 58,875 pieces (£200 - £250) 2683) Sovereign 1918 C Marsh 226 Scarce with only 106,570 minted Good EF (£280 - £380) 2684) Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£280 - £320)

2671) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 UNC with some contact marks and small rim nicks, retaining much original mint brilliance (£750 - £850)

2685) Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 NEF (£200 - £250) 2686) Sovereign 1919P Marsh 258 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£300 - £350) 2687) Sovereign 1919P Marsh 258 UNC and graded MS63 by PCGS (£280 - £380)

2672) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 UNC with some tiny rim nicks, retaining much original mint brilliance (£1,000 - £1,200)

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2688) Sovereign 1921P Marsh 260 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£300 - £350) 2689) Sovereign 1923SA Proof S.4004 in a SANGS holder and graded PF64 (£2,750 - £3,500) 2702) Sovereign 2007 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC, in a Westminster presentation box with certificate (£200 - £250) 2703) Sovereign 2008 S.SC4 UNC and fully lustrous (£250 - £300) 2690) Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 NEF Very Rare, rated R3 by Marsh (£1,500 - £2,000)

2691) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS65 (£225 - £350) 2692) Sovereign 1925P Marsh 264 UNC and graded MS62 by PCGS (£750 - £950) 2693) Sovereign 1926P Marsh 265 GEF with some light contact marks, scarce (£950 - £1,250)

2704) Sovereign 2014 the error mule, the Reverse struck from Proof dies, the Obverse struck from a currency die, in a PCGS holder labelled ‘Unfinished PR Obv Die’ and graded PR68 Deep Cameo (£1,000 - £1,200)

2705) Sovereigns (2) 1893S Marsh 162 GF/VF, 1894M Marsh 154 VF/GVF with some contact marks (£450 - £600) 2706) Sovereigns (2) 1907 Marsh 179 VF, 1925SA Marsh 289 NEF (£400 - £600) 2707) Sovereigns (2) 1908 Marsh 180 GVF, 1910 Marsh 182 VF (£400 - £500) 2708) Sovereigns (2) 2002 Shield S.SC5 Lustrous UNC, 2005 S.SC6 Lustrous UNC (£400 - £500) 2709) Sovereigns 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 (2) both around Fine and Ex-Jewellery (£600 - £800)

2694) Sovereign 1927P Marsh 266 EF/GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£400 - £450) 2695) Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 EF lightly toned with some minor contact marks (£200 - £250) 2696) Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 UNC and lustrous (£200 £300) 2697) Sovereign 1929M Marsh 247 Unc and graded MS62 by PCGS rare more so in this high grade (£2,500 - £3,000)

2710) Third Farthing 1844 Large G in REG Peck 1606 Toned UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction A113 6/6/2006 Lot 1444 (£280 - £320) 2711) Third Farthing 1881 Peck 1934 UNC and choice with around 90% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the second finest known of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £150) 2712) Third Guinea 1799 S.3738 NVF/GF (£600 - £700)

2698) Sovereign 1929P Marsh 268 Unc and graded MS62 by PCGS (£300 - £400) 2699) Sovereign 1965 Marsh 303 UNC in a Westminster presentation box (£200 - £250) 2700) Sovereign 1979 Marsh 310 A/UNC and lustrous (£200 £250)

2713) Third Guinea 1804 S.3740 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£600 - £800)

2701) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SC3 in an NGC holder and graded PF67 Ultra Cameo (£650 - £750) 2714) Third Guinea 1806 S.3740 lustrous GEF/AU (£280 - £380) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2715) Three Shilling Bank Token 1812 2nd Bust ESC 416 (2079) plain edge GEF or better with an even tone (£180 - £220)

2716) Threehalfpence 1860 ESC 2260, Bull 3472 UNC and choice, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction 6/6/2006 Lot 1448 (£200 - £250) 2717) Threepence 1859 5 and 9 double struck, ESC 2066, Bull 3394, Davies 1273 dies 1A, UNC (£100 - £150) 2718) Threepence 1868 RRITANNIAR error ESC 2075A, Bull 3408 VG/About Fine the error legend very clear. Very rare, only the third example we have offered (£320 - £360) 2719) Threepence 1883 ESC 2090, Bull 3430 UNC and colourfully toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £150) 2720) Two Guineas 1738 S.3667B VF with some light haymarking and some surface marks, a slight bend to the edge at the top of the obverse at the top suggests possibly once in jewellery, viewing recommended (£1,300 - £1,600)

2721) Two Guineas 1739 Intermediate Head S.3668 Fine, ExJewellery (£250 - £500) 2724) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 EF (£500 - £700)

2722) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 VG Ex-Jewellery (£400 - £600) 2723) Two Pounds 1831 Proof S.3828, 15.79 grammes, EF/About EF with some surface marks, Very Rare, Krause states a mintage of 225 pieces, although only 150 were in sets, our archive database shows that this is only the second example we have offered (£5,000 - £7,500)

2725) Two Pounds 1902 Proof S.3968 GVF cleaned with some edge nicks (£400 - £600) 2726) Two Pounds 1902 S.3967 UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£1,750 - £2,250)

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More English Large Coins Can Be Found in the Ken Humphris Collection)

2727) Two Pounds 2012 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Dickens S.K29 Gold Proof FDC uncased (£500 - £600)

2731) A collection in a Lindner Tray (80) William III to George VI, Shillings (40) , Sixpences (25), Groats (8) and Halfpennies (7) in mixed grades to EF includes many Victoria and preVictoria in collectable grades (£600 - £700) 2732) A collection in album pages Crowns to Fractional Farthings (101) includes Victorian and pre-Victorian issues, many in collectable grades, a few with lustre (£200 - £400) 2733) A collection in an album generally 20th century by denomination plenty in silver some lustrous (£150 - £250)

2728) Two Pounds 2018 Bicentenary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Gold Proof nFDC uncased (£500 - £750)

2734) A collection in an album, an eclectic mix with modern £5 Crowns the rest mostly George V and VI plenty in silver some in better grades (lot) (£300 - £500) 2735) A collection in three albums Victoria (including crowns) - QE II with a strong section of Decimal Pounds, Two Pounds and Five Pounds in high grades (£375 - £575) 2736) A collection in trays a wide ranging mix Roman (including silver) to 20th century the Roman are cellotaped to card, viewing recommended (£100 - £200)

2729) Twopence 1797 Proof in Bronzed Copper Peck 1075 KT3 nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,400 - £1,600)

2737) A collection in two carrying cases with a further empty carry case and trays, Farthings - Crowns, plenty in silver mixed grades (lot) (£350 - £650) 2738) A mixed group with some low grade early milled silver, copper and bronze this with strength in better grade George V issues and more (lot) (£75 - £150) 2739) A mixed lot with some early copper in low grades, world mostly base metal more recent issues, 1953 Plastic sets and other unofficial sets, modern GB including decimals some being Fifty Pences and Pounds many in high grades, cupro Crowns and Five Pounds from 1951 on, some paranumismatic and more (lot) (£180 - £360) 2740) A small but mixed group with some George III Copper, a Young Head Crown and more, along with a cased replica Elizabeth I Threepence, and 3 books (lot) (£90 - £150)

2730) Twopence 1797 Proof in Bronzed Copper Peck 1076 KT3 struck on a thin flan UNC the reverse with a small edge nick, Very Rare (£650 - £750)

2741) An extensive collection in an album Fractional Farthings Crowns early milled such as a James II Crown to QE II a wide variety with no apparent duplication a decent proportion lustrous (£1,750 - £3,500) 2742) Bank Tokens (4) Three Shillings (2) 1811 Bust type Good Fine, 1812 Head type About Fine/Fine, One Shilling and Sixpence (2) 1811 Bust type Fine, Ex-brooch mount, 1814 Fine with an edge nick (£70 - £90) 2743) Bank Tokens (8) Three Shillings (4) 1811 Bust Good Fine/ Fine, 1812 Bust About Fine/Fine, 1813 Fine with some scratches on the obverse, 1814 Fine/Near Fine, One Shilling and Sixpence (4) 1811 Fine, 1813 Fine, 1815 (2) VF/GVF and GVF (£175 - £225)

English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2731-2899)

2744) Collections in Whitman Folders plenty in silver with examples back to Victoria a few in better grades (lot) (£250 - £400)

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2745) Copper and Bronze (16) Penny 1901, Halfpennies (5) 1694 Unbarred A’s in MARIA (About Fine), 1908, 1915, 1924, 1933, Farthings (7) 1672 (Fine), 1873 High 3, 1888, 1890 Close Date, 1893, 1895 Bun Head NVF/GF, 1899, Half Farthing, Third Farthing 1902, Quarter Farthing 1839, unless stated EF to UNC the majority with good lustre (£100 - £175) 2746) Copper and Bronze (23) Pennies (10) 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1857 Plain Trident (2), 1858 Small Date, with W.W, 1858 Large Date, No W.W, 1860 Toothed Border, doubled 6 in date, 1862, 1874H, 1897 EF, 1901 EF, Farthings (13) 1675 (2), 1831 UNC with lustre traces, 1845 Large Date, Rare, 1862 (2, one A/UNC and lustrous), 1880, 1881, 1886, 1890 A/UNC, 1891, 1896 GEF, 1897 Bright Finish UNC, VG to VF unless stated (£220 - £270) 2747) Copper and Bronze (9) Twopences 1797 (2) NVF/GF and Fine, Pennies (3) 1797 Fair, 1848 8 over 7 VG, 1859 GF, Halfpennies (4) 1720 VG or better, 1733 About Fine, 1799, 5 incuse gunports GF/NVF, 1806 Fine (£40 - £80) 2748) Copper and Bronze Charles II to Elizabeth II (around 1 Kilo) in mixed grades a few later coins lustrous (£150 - £200) 2749) Copper and bronze in LCGS holders (8) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 35, Pennies (2) 1863 Freeman 42 dies 6+G GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC or near so with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Halfpennies (2) 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433 GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC with traces of lustre, Farthings (2) 1746 Peck 887 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55, 1799 3 Berries Peck 1279 UNC with attractive underlying tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£425 - £475) 2750) Copper and Bronze LCGS slabbed items from the J.Philpin collection (9) Pennies (3) 1885 Freeman 121 dies 12+N A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1918 Freeman 182 dies 2+B A/UNC and almost fully lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1927 Freeman 197 dies 4+C Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Halfpennies (4) 1699 Date in Exergue - type 3 Peck 687, in an LCGS Yellow Ticket holder Corrosion F, 1799 6 Raised Gunports Peck 1249, in an LCGS Yellow Ticket holder Scratches AU, 1879 Freeman 338 dies 14+O in an LCGS Yellow Ticket holder Cleaned VF, 1911 Freeman 390 dies 1+A, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Farthings (2) 1864 Plain 4 Freeman 511 dies 3+B EF with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1868 Freeman 519 dies 3+B in an LCGS Yellow Ticket holder Verdigris UNC (£150 - £200) 2751) Crown 1662 No Rose, No Date on edge, About Fine, Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, No Frosting, with Pearls, About Fine/Fine, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 GVF, Shillings (2) 1743 Roses NVF, 1787 No Hearts GVF (£200 - £250) 2752) Crown 1676 VICESIMO OCTAVO VG with some scratches, Shilling 1668 ex-gilt About Fine for wear but the surfaces damaged presumably from removal of the gilding, Austria Thaler 1780 Maria Theresa GEF and lustrous (£100 - £150) 2753) Crown 1844 Star Stops on edge Near Fine, Shilling 1816 A/ UNC and lustrous, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1816 GVF, Pennies (3) 1862 EF/GVF, 1877 GEF and nicely toned, 1918KN NVF with some old scuffs on the obverse

(£100 - £150) 2754) Crown 1887 Bright EF, Ex-swivel mount, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 EF, Florins (2) 1849 VF toned, 1871 Die Number 49 NEF, Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head EF, Sixpences (3) 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn EF, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised GEF, 1889 NEF (£175 - £225) 2755) Crown 1887 GVF/NEF as part of a group of GB (35) Victoria to Elizabeth II issues, includes Victorian and Edwardian types in silver, with a group of Elizabeth II Halfcrowns 19571959, in mixed grades, and World (12) includes Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Marks 1925F KM#47 1000th Year of the Rhineland VF toned, many of the World issues are USA 5 Cents 20th Century types, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 2756) Crown 1902 Bold Fine, Mexico 8 Reales 1792 Mo Fine with some old, thin scratches, Shillings (4) 1816 VF, 1910 VF, 1912 VF, 1933 EF, as part of a small collection in an album (22) 18th to 20th Century in mixed grades to EF (£120 £150) 2757) Crowns - Copies of famous and iconic issues (3) 1663 Petition a cast copy of Thomas Simon’s famous issue in plated base metal, 32.04 grammes, of excellent style, the edge inscription mostly complete GVF/NEF, 1663 Reddite a cast copy, 35.42 grammes GF/NVF, 1644 Oxford a later copy of excellent style GVF (£300 - £500) 2758) Crowns (15) 1820LX VG, 1821 SECUNDO Fair, 1844 Star Stops on edge VG, 1889 VG, 1894 LVIII Near Fine/Fine, 1902 Near Fine/Fine, 1935 NEF, 1935 Specimen UNC, 1937 GVF/NEF, 1951 UNC, 1953 Proof (2) nFDC one with gold tone, 1960 Polished Dies UNC, 1960 UNC, 1965 UNC (£75 - £100) 2759) Crowns (19) 1676, 1818 LVIII, 1820 LX, 1820LX 20 over 19, 1821 SECUNDO, 1822 TERTIO, 1844 Cinquefoil Stops, 1887, 1888, 1891, 1892, 1893 LVI, 1894 LVII, 1894 LVIII, 1895 LIX, 1896 LIX, 1899 LXII, 1900 LXIV, 1935 the first NVG, last VF others VG to Good Fine (£300 - £400) 2760) Crowns (2) 1887 A/UNC and lustrous, the reverse with a pleasing tone, 1894LVII NVF, Double Florins (2) 1887 Arabic 1 VF, Roman 1 GVF (£250 - £300) 2761) Crowns (2) 1902 GVF/NEF, 1844 Star Stops on edge VG, Florins (11) 1887, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1922, 1923, 1928, 1933 in mixed grades About Fine to GVF, Shilling 1908 GVF, Silver Threepence 1939 VF, Farthings (17) 1887, 1893 (2), 1926, 1931 (10), 1935 (3) EF to Lustrous UNC, Half Farthing 1843 EF, Medals (3) 1887 Victoria Golden Jubilee 39mm diameter in brass EF, Edward VIII Coronation 1937 in bronze 35mm diameter EF, London Bridge Opened 1831 27mm diameter in White Metal About EF (£240 - £340) 2762) Crowns (3) 1887 Bright NEF, 1937 Good Fine, 1951 EF (£75 - £100) 2763) Crowns (3) 1887 GEF, 1888 Wide Date VG Rare, 1890 GVF with some edge nicks (£250 - £300) 2764) Crowns (35) 1951, 1953 (5), 1965 (9), 1972 (5), 1977 (8), 1980 (3), 1981 (4), Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday, Fifty Pence 1969, Two Pounds (2) 1986 Commonwealth Games, 1989 Bill of Rights, EF to UNC some in slide cases, Isle of Man (4) Crowns (2) 1970, 1978 (2), One Pound 1978, Jersey Crown 1966, Guernsey Ten Shillings 1966 William, Duke of Normandy (2),

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Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 1982, Medals (2) Coronation of Elizabeth II in Bronze, holed at top, Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II 1977 in cupro-nickel, EF to UNC, along with a group of sets and Numismatic covers (10) EF to UNC (£80 - £100) 2765) Crowns (88) 1951, 1953 (7), 1960 (3), 1965 (20), 1972 (19), 1977 (22), 1980 (10), 1981 (6), Isle of Man Crown 1976 UNC, Gibraltar Crown 1968 UNC, Fifty Pence 1973, and Medal - Legends of English Rugby - Jonny Wilkinson 2003 NEF to UNC, in a carrying box (£60 - £120) 2766) Crowns in LCGS holders (2) 1662 Rose below bust, No edge date, ESC 15, Bull 339, 1696 Third Bust, First Harp, OCTAVO edge ESC 94, Bull 1004, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS Fine 30 (£425 - £475) 2767) Crowns to Farthings (127) Farthing 1799 UNC or near so with good subdued lustre, as part of a group of George II to Elizabeth II includes some silver Halfcrowns, we noticed a handful of scarcer types, in mixed grades, some later dates lustrous (£330 - £360) 2768) Crowns to Silver Threepences (24) comprising Crowns (2) 1935, 1937, Double Florins (3) 1887 Arabic 1 (2), 1888, Halfcrowns (7) 1820 George IV, 1834, 1836, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1889 (2), 1915, Florins (4) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1895, 1902, 1904, Shillings (4) 1817, 1826, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1891, Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, Maundy Threepence 1772, Silver Threepences (2) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1910, in mixed grades some VF to EF (£200 - £250) 2769) Decimals (356), a large collection in CGS holders (slabs) 1/2p - £5 (no 50p but with a few silver fractional Britannias) plenty in proof both silver and non silver (356 slabs in 21 boxes), all different and all in high grade most if not all CGS UNC 80 and better a proportion with grades over 90 (£750 - £1,500) 2770) Decimals a collection by date in two albums 1/2p - £2 includes a wide range of Fifty Pences with no apparent duplication generally lustrous Unc - FDC includes some proofs (£125 - £225) 2771) Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 GEF/AU and attractively toned, Halfcrown 1902 with attractive old toning, Florins (2) 1887 Jubilee Head NEF/EF, 1932 About Fine each with and old collectors tickets from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1970s (£200 - £250) 2772) Double Florin 1887 Arabic I EF, Crowns 1819, 1821, 1845, 1892, 1897, 1935, 1937, 1951, 1953, 1960, 1965, 1972, 1980 and 1981 Fair - GEF, £2 Britannias 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005 these BU, Somali Republic $10 2000 1 ounce silver, GB £5 Crowns in cupro 2003, 2004, 2005, Twopence and Penny 1797 these about Fine, Penny and Halfpenny 1853 GEF-Unc, Farthing 1843 F, along with 6 others mostly world cupro crowns (£300 - £500) 2773) Double Florin 1887 Roman 1, Halfcrown 1887, Florins (2) 1914, 1918, Shillings (2) 1930, 1934, Sixpences (3) 1902, 1911 (2), Pennies 1901 (2) EF to UNC and lustrous (£200 - £250) 2774) Double Florin 1889 GF, Halfcrowns (7) 1817 Bull Head, 1817 Small Head, 1821 Ex-Mount, 1836, 1874, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1899, Florins (4) 1849, 1883, 1936 (2), Shillings (6) 1816, 1821, 1824, 1826 Ex-gilt, 1835, 1884 VG to VF (£150 - £200)

2775) Double Florins (4) 1887 Arabic 1 (2) GVF and NEF, 1889 (2) About VF and VF, Bank Tokens (3) Three Shillings 1811 VF, One Shilling and Sixpence 1812 (2) GF and NEF with a dent on the obverse, and Ireland Ten Pence Bank Token 1813 About Fine/Fine (£290 - £320) 2776) Double Florins to Fractional Farthings (76) Charles II to Elizabeth II includes some silver items, in mixed grades, with some in EF (£200 - £250) 2777) Double Florins to Maundy (14) Double Florins (3) 1887 Roman 1 GEF/AU, 1887 Arabic 1 UNC or near so with attractive gold and olive toning, 1887 Roman 1 stated by the vendor to be a Proof EF, Halfcrowns (2) 1920 GEF with gold tone, 1933 A/UNC and lustrous with a pleasing gold tone, Maundy Odds (4) Fourpence 1848 GEF the reverse with a colourful tone, Twopences (3) 1832 EF or near so with a small flaw on top of the obverse rim, 1878 EF toned, 1879 NEF with some hairlines, along with Pennies (5) 1841 REG No Colon NEF/GVF, 1858 No WW About EF, 1870 VG with a die crack running through the centre of the 0, 1880 VF, 1946 ONE’ flaw Fine (£340 - £380) 2778) Edward VII Pennies (2000) in collectable circulated grades (£20 - £120) 2779) Evasions (5) Halfpennies (4) 1793 George II GLORIOVS PE LEW, Fine, undated ALFRED/BRITON’S GLORY Good Fine, GULIELMUS SHAKESPEAR/ENGLAND VG pitted, ROMULUSVIRTVS/NVNQDEFICIT NVF, Farthing 1794 Bust of George II GLORIOUS HOWE/Britannia Near Fine (£70 £90) 2780) Farthing 1845 Large Date About Fine, Farthing 1863 EF with green patina from being underground, Halfpenny 1889 9 over 8 F/NVF, Twopence 1797 GF, Third Farthing 1884 A/ UNC and lustrous as part of a group of Copper and Bronze Charles II to Elizabeth II (157) in mixed grades includes some useful pieces (£300 - £350) 2781) Farthings (around 3.5 Kilos) mostly 20th Century, a few earlier, in mixed grades (£50 - £100) 2782) Farthings 1939 (11) UNC with practically full lustre (£20 £30) 2783) Florin 1905 About Fine, Shillings (5) 170- E (Reverse almost smooth) Poor, 1745 LIMA NVF, 1787 No Hearts VF or better, 1787 Hearts Fine with some surface pits,1883 NVF, Maundy Threepence 1762 Good Fine, toned, also Sixpences (2) Charles I no inner circles, mintmark Crown Fair, Elizabeth I 1568 milled issue S.2599 mintmark Lis around Fine with dark tone (£125 - £225) 2784) Florins (3) 1864 Die Number 47 GVF, 1888 EF/NEF the obverse deeply toned, 1890 Good Fine, Shilling 1888 8 over 7 GVF/NEF, Halfpennies (3) 1772 (2) both Good Fine, one with porous surfaces, 1861 GVF (£140 - £160) 2785) Florins (3) 1919, 1921, 1929, Shillings (2) 1914, 1928 GVF to GEF (£65 - £85) 2786) Florins, Shillings and Sixpences (74) Florins (16) 1849, 1871 Die No.39, 1873 Die No.174, 1875 Die No.72, 1878 Die No.7, 1879, 1881 xxri, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1900, 1901, 1902, 1907, 1928, 1932, 1951 and Shillings (52) 1723SSC with G countermark on the reverse, 1816, 1817 (2), 1825 Shield in Garter, 1825 Lion on Crown, 1826 (4), 1829, 1834, 1841, 1857 Italic 57, 1867 Die Number 1, 1883,

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1887 Jubilee Head (4, one ex-jewellery), 1889 Large Jubilee Head, 1891, 1893, 1894, 1897, 1901, 1915, 1917 (2), 1918 (3), 1923 (2), 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928 (2), 1930, 1935, 1936 (3), 1937E, 1939E, 1942E, 1945S, 1946E (2), 1947E (2), 1948S, Sixpences (6) 1787 Hearts VF/NVF, 1816 NVF, 1834 Fine, 1835 Fine, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised NVF, 1888 NEF toned in a Lindner Tray and album page, in mixed grades, some later dates EF (£425 - £475) 2787) Fractional Farthings (4) Half Farthings 1844 (2) UNC with almost full lustre, and GEF with some flan flaws, Third Farthings (2) 1827 NVF with some residual surface dirt, 1913 Lustrous UNC (£50 - £75) 2788) From a deceased estate Hammered to Modern a very wide variety (£375 - £675) 2789) GB and World a mixed group includes Plastic Sets 1953 (2) UNC in the wallets of issue, St. Helena Crown 1973 Tercentenary of the Granting of the Royal Charter to the East India Company Silver Proof FDC boxed with certificate, Five Pound Crowns (7) 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding (2), 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era (2), 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee (2) GEF to UNC, Two Pounds 1996 Euro 96 Football (4) EF to UNC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (2) One in the blue wallet of issue, one in the red box UNC, GB Pre-Decimal coinage and Decimal coinage mostly 20th Century and base metal (lot), and Pennies around 9 Kilos in mixed grades (£50 - £100) 2790) GB and World a small group (10) GB (8) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, No Frosting, Pearls VG/NF with graffiti in the reverse field, Shilling 1890 in an NNC holder and graded AU55, Sixpence 1723SSC S over Sideways S in GEORGIVS, in an NNC holder and graded VF20, Twopence 1797 Good Fine with some edge nicks, Penny 1806 in an NNC holder and graded AU50, Farthings (2) 1694 Last A in BRITANNIA unbarred VG, 1829 About Fine, porous, Third Farthing 1913 in an NNC holder and graded MS66 Red, Straits Settlements One Cent 1873KM#9 in an NNC holder and graded AU50, British West Indies 1/8 Dollar 1822 NVF pitted (£100 £200) 2791) GB and World Gold (8) GB (3) Sovereigns (2) 1821 Near Fine, the reverse with some scuffs, 1829 VG, Half Sovereign 1817 About Fine, slightly bent, France (3) 20 Francs (3) 1815A Fine, 1897A GVF, 1904 NEF/GVF, Italy 10 Lire 1863 VG, Italian States - Papal States 20 Lire 1869R Good Fine (£1,300 - £1,700) 2792) GB and World includes some cased items including Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, Plastic Set 1953 UNC, Britain’s First Decimal Coin Sets 1968/71 (10), Vatican Set 1973 (4 coins) UNC, Modern Crowns, Shillings 1953-1966 in a Whitman folder, Halfpennies 1937-1967 in a Whitman folder, along with GB and World in 2 bags mostly 20th Century in base metal, in mixed grades (£100 - £200) 2793) GB and World including GB Silver crowns George III. George IV and Victoria (lot) from circulation (£200 - £280) 2794) GB and World including silver items up to crown size back to George III (lot) (£200 - £300) 2795) GB and World mostly 20th century pre-decimal issues including pre 1947 silver, some world in silver and a group of paper money with strength in war time issues North Africa and Europe (lot) from circulation (£225 - £375)

2796) George V issues in high grades (34) Halfcrowns (23), Florins (1), Shillings (8), Sixpences (2) GVF to UNC some attractively toned (£350 - £400) 2797) Groat 1837 ESC 1922, Bull 2520, Davies 384 dies 2A in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS63, Sixpence 1901 ESC 1771, Bull 3294 in an NGC holder and graded NGC AU58 (£55 - £85) 2798) Guinea 1798 Fine, Half Guinea 1777 Fine, Third Guinea 1804 Near Fine, Quarter Guinea 1762 Near Fine, lightly creased, all ex-jewellery (£420 - £550) 2799) Half Sovereigns (8) 1892 No JEB on truncation S.3869D Good Fine, 1899 Near Fine, 1902 About Fine, the obverse with some scratches, 1916 NVF, 1908 VF, 1910 NVF/ GF, 1911 NEF/GVF, 2000 Lustrous UNC, comes with two presentation boxes (£800 - £1,200) 2800) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA GVF Ex-Brooch Mount, Shillings (5) 1697 scratched, 1711 Engraved on either side with AGTB in the angles and AB on the obverse, 1723 SSC with adjustment marks, 1758 with round cross countermark on the obverse, 1787 No Hearts, Sixpences (7) 1696, 1707, 1723SSC, 1739 Roses (holed), 1758, 1787 Hearts, 1787 No Hearts, in mixed grades some VF to EF (£250 - £300) 2801) Halfcrown 1886 NEF/GVF, Shilling 1855 Lustrous EF, Sixpence 1892 Lustrous UNC, Threepence 1887 Jubilee Head UNC/AU (£100 - £200) 2802) Halfcrown 1897 EF, Sixpences (2) 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type UNC and lustrous, 1921 UNC, Silver Threepence 1944 GEF the obverse with some toning below the bust, Halfpennies 1901 (2) both UNC one with lustre traces, the other with around 20% lustre, Farthings (2) 1799 Fair and 1933 EF with lustre (£75 - £100) 2803) Halfcrown 1916, Florins (3) 1923, 1936, 1951 Proof, Shillings (4) 1902, 1916, 1933, 1934 EF to UNC (£90 - £120) 2804) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779, Bull 3739 NVF/VF, Florins (3) 1896 ESC 880, Bull 2966, Davies 843 dies 2B NVF/VF, 1897 ESC 881, Bull 2967 VF, 1930 ESC 950, Bull 3785 GEF/AU, Twopence 1797 NVF/GF cleaned and retoned, Penny 1930 A/UNC and lustrous, Farthings (3) 1839 VF, 1840 Good Fine, 1857 VF, along with Medal Tomb of Antonio Canova 1827 by Antonio Fabris, Fine with some edge knocks (£75 - £100) 2805) Halfcrowns (11) 1883, 1902, 1917, 1923 (2), 1928, 1929, 1932, 1935, 1948, 1953, VF to EF, Twopence 1797 VG, Pennies 1797 (2) VG (£200 - £250) 2806) Halfcrowns (2) 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719, Bull 2771, Davies 641 dies 2A A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, Halfcrown 1900 ESC 734, Bull 2786 GVF (£55 £65) 2807) Halfcrowns (24) 1817 Small Head (3), 1820 George IV, 1823, 1826, 1829, 1834, 1836, 1844, 1877, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1897 (2), 1914, 1915, 1916, 1921, 1923, 1927 First Reverse, 14947, 1957, 1967, in mixed circulated grades (£500 - £600) 2808) Halfcrowns (28) 1689 Second Shield with 1689 scratched in the reverse field, 1817 Bull Head, 1825 (2), 1836 (2), 1844, 1845 (2), 1845 BRITANNIAR with second N double struck, 1850, 1889, 1890, 1894, 1898 (2), 1899, 1901, 1906, 1919, 1924, 1927 First Reverse, 1928, 1935, 1941, 1942, 1945 (2)

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19th Century issues VG to Fine, 20th Century issues VF to EF (£350 - £400) 2809) Halfcrowns (41) Victoria to George VI all in silver, Florins (2) 1891, 1943 most are .500 issues, in mixed grades some later issues VF to EF (£150 - £175) 2810) Halfcrowns (5) 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head EF to UNC three with attractive toning, three with old tickets from the 1960s and 1970s, a pleasing group (£350 - £400) 2811) Halfcrowns (59) 1689 Second Shield, William III (date worn), 1713 Roses and Plumes, 1746 LIMA, 1816, 1817 Small Head, 1834 WW in Block, 1834 WW in script, 1845, 1850 (2), 1879 (2), 1881 (2), 1885, 1887 Jubilee Head (4), 1888, 1889 (2), 1890, 1892 (2), 1894 (3), 1898 (2), 1899 (6), 1900, 1902, 1904, 1915, 1935, 1947 (2), 1948 (3), 1949, 1950 (2), 1951, 1953 (2), 1953 Proof, 1958, 1964, 1967 (3) in mixed grades some of the later dates EF, includes Victorian and pre-Victorian issues in collectable grades (£750 - £850) 2812) Halfcrowns George VI cupro-nickel issues estimated by weight to be (430) a high grade group the majority Unc or near so and lustrous (£200 - £260) 2813) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (18) in high grades most UNC or choice UNC, 1916 LCGS 80, 1924 LCGS 80, 1928 LCGS 82, 1931 LCGS 82, 1935 LCGS 82, 1948 LCGS 80, 1954 LCGS 85, 1955 LCGS 82, 1956 LCGS 88, 1957 LCGS 82, 1958 LCGS 75, 1959 LCGS 85, 1960 LCGS 78, 1961 LCGS 90 the joint finest of 15 examples (very few currency strike coins of any type achieve this high grade), 1962 LCGS 82, 1965 LCGS 85, 1966 LCGS 85, 1967 LCGS 85 (£225 - £275) 2814) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (2) 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 596, Bull 1675 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 30, Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior Frosted, No Pearls, VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£500 £550) 2815) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (2) 1816 ESC 613, Bull 2086, A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1819 ESC 623, Bull 2102 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£600 - £650) 2816) Halfpennies (12) 1775 NVF, 1799 5 Incuse Gunports VF, 1799 Plain Hull Fine, 1806 NVF, 1807 GF, 1826 GVF, 1838 NEF, 1841 GVF, 1844 Fine or better, 1851 Dots on Shield Reverse B Fine, scarce, 1858 8 over 6 A/UNC with traces of lustre, 1859 9 over 8 NEF/GVF (£200 - £250) 2817) Halfpennies (2) 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 UNC the obverse toned, the reverse with good lustre, 1858 8 over 6 Peck 1547 Lustrous UNC with small spot on the D of DEI, Half Farthing 1847 Peck 1596 Lustrous UNC the obverse with some toning, Third Farthing 1884 Peck 1936 UNC and lustrous with some attractive toning (£340 - £380) 2818) Halfpennies (6) 1717, 1720, 1733, 1734 4 over lower 4, 1742 2 over 0, 1773 Contemporary Counterfeit, Fine to Good Fine (£55 - £75) 2819) Halfpennies George III (13), Halfpennies George III Contemporary Counterfeits (12), Farthings Contemporary Counterfeits (3), along with Halfpenny 1734, Farthing 1754 and an Evasion George III Halfpenny in mixed lower grades, along with George V and George VI (38) Pennies (25), and Halfpennies (13) these EF to UNC with varying degrees of

lustre (£50 - £70) 2820) LCGS slabbed items (2) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606, Bull 1688, EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, Shilling 1745 Roses ESC 1204, Bull 1722 GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£650 - £750) 2821) LCGS slabbed items (2) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568 nFDC and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578 nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£380 £420) 2822) LCGS slabbed items (3) Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60, Florin 1918 ESC 937, Davies 1741, UNC and lustrous in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Shilling 1915 ESC 1425 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£550 £650) 2823) LCGS slabbed items (5) Crowns (2) 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310, Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, 1822 TERTIO ESC 252, Bull 2320, Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, Shillings (3) 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 EF, slabbed and graded EF 60, 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Bull 2405, Davies 230, NVF slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409, GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£150 - £200) 2824) Maundy 2d - Halfcrowns, Charles II - George V (15) some in high grades (£200 - £300) 2825) Maundy Odds (16) Fourpences (4) 1881 (attempted drilling), 1893, 1935, 1937, Threepence 1762, Twopences (4) 1838 (2), 1839, 1850, Pennies (7) 1784, 1800, 1832, 1851, 1866 Ex-Jewellery, 1885, 1903 in mixed grades, some EF (£150 - £250) 2826) Maundy Odds (19) Fourpences (9) 1680 Good Fine, 1686 Fine, 1689 Fine, plugged, 1710 Fine, drilled and holed, 1717 Fine, toned with flan flaws on the obverse, 1731 Fine, holed, 1763 Near Fine/Fine, 1792 Good Fine, holed, 1800 NVF, Threepences (10) 1679 Good Fine/Fine, 1687 7 over 6 VG, 1689 Good Fine/Fine, 1698 VG, 1706 Good Fine, 1727 George I Fine, 1740 Fine, 1762 GF/NVF, 1792 Fine, plugged, 1795 Fine (£200 - £300) 2827) Maundy Odds (5) Part Set 1903 Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence EF to UNC with matching tone, with Threepence 1737 Good Fine and Twopence 1672 2 over 1 with unbarred A’s in GRATIA (£90 - £120) 2828) Maundy Set 1936 Edward VIII Fantasy, a few early milled Maundy odds including Charles II along with a quantity (perhaps 150 +) of silver threepences Victoria - George VI mixed grades (£100 - £160) 2829) Maundy Twopences 1829 (2) GEF and A/UNC with rim nicks, Twopence 1797 VF, Farthing 1890 Lustrous UNC the obverse with a few small spots, Isle of Man Halfpenny 1839 GVF/NEF, Ireland Penny Token Dublin 1816 Wellington & Victory/EDWd. Bewley About VF (£100 - £150) 2830) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Tokens in LCGS holders (2) 1811 Bust type ESC 969, Bull 2112, UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1813 ESC 976, Bull 2119 UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£350 - £450) 2831) Part Proof Set 1927 (5 coins) Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling,

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Sixpence and Silver Threepence nFDC and lustrous (£300 - £400) 2832) Pennies (10) 1797, 1806, 1807, 1826 Reverse B, 1831, 1841 REG No Colon, 1845, 1848 8 over 7, 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1855 Plain Trident NVF to GVF, the 1831 with graffiti in the obverse field (£75 - £100) 2833) Pennies (10) 1861 Freeman 26 dies 5+D EF, 1867, 1868, 1872, 1873, 1875, 1877, 1878, 1881H, 1883, the 1868 Good Fine, the others VF to EF (£50 - £75) 2834) Pennies (11) 1843 No Colon, 1844, 1847 DEF Far Colon, 1851 DEF Close Colon, 1853 Plain Trident, 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1854 Plain Trident, 1856 Plain Trident, 1857 Plain Trident, 1858 Last 8 overstruck, 1858 in mixed grades VG to Fine (£50 - £100) 2835) Pennies (12) 1797 Near VF, 1806 NVF, 1826 Reverse A NVF, 1853 Ornamental Trident NEF, 1854 Ornamental Trident NEF, 1855 Ornamental Trident NEF, 1857 Plain Trident GVF, 1858 8 over 2 VF, 1858 Large Date, WW GVF, 1858 Large Date, No WW (2) EF and NEF, 1859 Small Date NEF (£70 - £120) 2836) Pennies (12) 1826 Reverse A EF with a striking flaw, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 15 variety with central cut fishtail to ribbon, Line above L.C.Wyon VF, 1862 EF, 1876H Close date GEF, 1901 EF, 1913 UNC, 1917 UNC , 1919 A/UNC, 1921 GEF, 1938 EF, 1945 A/UNC, 1947 UNC, Halfpenny 1875 with doubled 5 EF, along with a larger group of Pennies George III to George VI (70, 2 holed) in mixed grades and Provincial Mint Pennies (54) 1912H (9), 1918H (9), 1919H (14), 1918KN (19), 1919KN (3), these in mixed circulated grades (£475 - £525) 2837) Pennies (12) 1894, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1901, 1902, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1915, 1918, 1920 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£60 - £120) 2838) Pennies (14) 1895, 1897, 1899, 1900, 1902 Low Tide, 1903, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1917, 1919, 1921 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£70 - £140) 2839) Pennies (19) 1825, 1826 Reverse C, 1831 W W (no stops), 1831 W.W, 1831 .W.W, 1834, 1837, 1841 REG Colon, 1843 REG Colon, 1844 Plain 44, 1846 DEF Far Colon, 1847 DEF Close Colon, 1848 Plain 8, 1851 DEF Far Colon, 1854 Plain Trident, 1857 Ornamental Trident, 1858 Last 8 overstruck, 1858 last 8 appears to be struck over a 9, 1859 Large Date in mixed grades, many scarce or rare, VG to GF (£75 - £125) 2840) Pennies (2) 1861 Second 1 over a lower 1 about EF, 1863 VG, Farthings (2) 1861 H of FARTHING with weak horizontal bar, VG, 1880 Near Fine, with a die flaw running along the base of part the obverse legend, Decimal; Two Pence 1971 VF, struck on a thin flan and weighing only 3.5 grammes (£20 - £40) 2841) Pennies (2) 1911 Hollow Neck, I of BRITT point to a rim tooth, Gouby X, in an NGC holder and graded F 12, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman dies 2+D, Gouby with colon after D:G: pointing to a rim tooth, with D of F:D: also pointing to a rim tooth LCGS variety 43 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 25 (see notes in Gouby Page 36 for full and detailed description of the differences between Obverse D and E) (£120 - £150) 2842) Pennies (28) 1825, 1847 DEF Far Colon, the Colon after BRITANNIAR tilted to the left, 1860 Toothed Border, 1861,

1861 second 1 over high 1, 1862, 1872, 1875 (2), 1877 (2), 1882H, 1883 (2), 1884, 1885, 1887 (3), 1888 last I in VICT with no top left serif, 1889 (2), 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894 (2), Halfpennies (10) 1745, 1799, 1826, 1834, 1853, 1854, 1858, 1861, 1862 in mixed grades VG to VF (£150 £200) 2843) Pennies (3) 1881 EF with traces of pale lustre, 1891 UNC with around 30% lustre and some light contact marks, 1912H UNC/AU and lustrous (£200 - £250) 2844) Pennies (40) 1900, 1906, 1912H, 1916, 1921, 1922, 1926 First Head, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937 (3), 1938, 1939, 1940 (2), 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970 Proof EF to UNC many with good or full lustre, along with Decimal Pennies (48) 1971-2015 inclusive (includes 1992 and 1999 Proof issues) EF to FDC most with good lustre (£75 - £150) 2845) Pennies (51) 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1857 Plain Trident, double struck date, 1858 Small Date with WW, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 GEF, 1891 GEF, 1896, 1917, 1919, 1935, 1936 (6), 1937 (21), 1938 (4), 1939, 1947 (2), 1948 (6), 1950, 1953 along with a larger group of Pennies (327) 1949 (50) most with the ‘forked tail to S of GEORGIVS’ variety A/UNC to UNC, also with Bun Head (105) 1902 Low Tide (4), 1907, 1912H (63), 1918H (42), 1918KN (13), 1919 (2), 1919H (41), 1919KN (2), 1926 (4), Brass Threepence 1946, Silver Threepences (15) 1926 Modified Effigy (11), 1930, 1932, 1943 (2) these in mixed circulated grades 1857 Plain Trident, double struck date, 1858 Small Date with WW, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 GEF, 1891 GEF, 1896, 1917, 1919, 1935, 1936 (6), 1937 (21), 1938 (4), 1939, 1947 (2), 1948 (6), 1950, 1953 and Halfpennies (14) 1936, 1937 (4), 1938 (9) these VF to UNC with many lustrous (£375 - £425) 2846) Pennies (7) 1862, 1882H, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1892 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£100 - £150) 2847) Pennies (7) 1913 (4) an example of each die combination 1913 Freeman 174 dies 1+A UNC with traces of lustre, Freeman 175 dies 1+B Near Fine, 1913 Freeman 176 dies 2+A Near Fine/Fine, 1913 Freeman 177 dies 2+B About EF/ EF, 1915 Recessed Ear VF, 1916 Recessed Ear A/UNC and lustrous, 1926 Modified Effigy Near Fine/VG (£60 - £80) 2848) Pennies (8) 1797, 1807, 1825, 1831, 1851, 1861, 1901, 1908, Halfpennies (13) 1694, 1696, 1718, 1723 (2), 1732, 1753, 1775 Contemporary Counterfeit, 1799, 1806 (2), 1827, 1834, Farthings (9) 1673, 1696, 1719, 1737, 1773 3 over 3, 1799, 1821, 1836, 1932, Third Farthings (2) 1835, 1913, in mixed grades some VF or better (£200 - £400) 2849) Pennies (9) 1901, 1921, 1927, 1929, 1930 (2), 1931, 1932, 1936, Halfpennies (2) 1927, 1929, GEF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£100 - £120) 2850) Pennies Bun Heads (90) includes 1871 VG, also Penny 1917 EF and Italy 10 Centesimi 1866 VG (£100 - £150) 2851) Pennies in LCGS holders (3) 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 dies 1+B Choice UNC with practically full lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the third finest of 85 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS Population Report and graded LCGS 70, 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C Choice UNC and almost fully lustrous (£175

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- £225) 2852) Pennies, bronze (13.7 kilos, will be approaching 1500 coins) mostly Veiled Head though some are buns, from circulation (£400 - £600) 2853) Penny 1871 Fair as part of a group of Pennies (46) 18611919 includes Victoria Bun Heads (35) in mixed grades VG to NVF, along with a Fantasy Penny-sized token (£20 - £50) 2854) Penny and Halfpenny Varieties - Pennies (2) 1843 REG: Peck 1486, Bramah 3b DFF error the error E not having the top or base serifs, VG Rare, the obverse with long thin scratches and an edge nick, Rare, 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 with a small piece of that test strike also visible in the bottom centre of the lower original 8, About Fine with some, unusual with very few examples recorded, Halfpenny 1699 Date in legend, Unbarred first A in BRITANNIA the second unclear, Peck 684/685 About VG on a pitted flan, both types are rare, along with Halfpennies (56) 1694, William III date worn, 1721, 1753, 1806 (3), 1838, 1843, 1853 (2), 1854, 1855 (2), 1856, 1860 Toothed Border, 1861, 1862 (2), 1870, 1888, 1925 Modified Effigy, 1937 (8), 1938, 1948, 1949 (3), 1950 (2), 1952 (2), 1953 (3), 1955, 1956 (3), 1957 (2), 1958 (5), 1959 (3) in mixed grades with many 20th Century lustrous (£280 - £320) 2855) Penny Varieties (10) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 13, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 15, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 16, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 17, 1861 Freeman 22, 1861 Freeman 25, 1861 Freeman 29, 1861 Freeman 33 Near Fine to VF (£30 - £70) 2856) Penny Varieties (5) 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident VF, 1875H VG, 1875 Freeman 79 VG, 1864 Plain 4 VG, 1864 Crosslet 4 Fair, all rare (£50 - £100) 2857) Pre 1947 and Pre 1920 silver issues 800 gramms will be about £7.25 face value Silver 3d - Florins from circulation (£100 - £150) 2858) Pre 1947 silver (1182 grams, will be over £10 face value), Pre 1920 silver (678 grams will be over £6 face value) from circulation along with GB and World mostly base metal 20th century issues from circulation (lot) (£350 - £500) 2859) Pre-Decimal Crowns to Farthings and Decimal issues, Victoria to Elizabeth II, also includes some medallic issues, in mixed grades (lot) (£60 - £100) 2860) Proof Set 1984, Royal Mint Year Sets 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 (2), 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 £5 Crowns 1993, 1996 (2) 1997, 1998, 1999 (2), 2000 Millennium, 2000 Mum, 2002, 2002 Memorial 2001, 2003 £2 1995 UN, 1986, 1989 2 coin set, 2002 4 coin set, all Unc and packaged as issued, Collections in Whitman Folders including pre 47 silver issues and high grade Brass Threepences, circulated 20th century coinage GB and World, other modern issues 50p - £5, and a small quantity of GB and World paper money including Mauve 10/- (lot) (£300 - £400) 2861) Shillings (2) 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 Choice UNC and toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, 1817 ESC

1232, Bull 2195 Choice UNC and deeply toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£300 - £350) 2862) Shillings (4) Victorian Young Head issues from the Die Number period 1866 ESC 1314, Bull 3027 Die Number 48 About EF, 1873 ESC 1325 Die Number 20 EF, 1878 ESC 1330 Die Number 47 the 4 struck over a higher 4, unusual, NEF with a scuff on the obverse, 1878 ESC 1330 Davies 908 dies 6B Die Number 47, the 4 over a higher 4, GEF/AU and lustrous (£280 - £320) 2863) Shillings (5) 1826 VF, 1889 Large Head About EF, 1890 GVF, 1892 Near VF toned, 1893 GVF/NEF (£100 - £120) 2864) Shillings (9) 1915, 1921, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1927 First Reverse, 1928, 1929, 1932, 1933, 1935, first NEF/GVF, others NEF to A/UNC (£100 - £125) 2865) Shillings a collection in two albums George III - George VI (233) generally in middle grades a few in high grades such as a nice 1878 example, contains duplicated dates (£1,250 - £2,500) 2866) Shillings in LCGS holders (2) 1881 ESC 1335A, Bull 3067, Davies 915 dies 7C, UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1886 ESC 1347 Lustrous UNC and choice, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£600 - £700) 2867) Shillings in LCGS holders (2) 1893 Small Obverse Letters ESC 1361, Bull 3154, Davies 1010 Choice UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 53 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1900 ESC 1369, 3165 Choice UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 40 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £350) 2868) Shillings in LCGS holders (3) 1889 Large Head ESC 3142, Davies 987 dies 3D Choice UNC and lustrous with a green and gold tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the second finest of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1890 ESC 1357 Choice UNC with olive toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 30 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1891 ESC 1358, Bull 3145 Choice UNC and lightly toned, the joint finest known of 16 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, a rare opportunity to obtain three extremely high grade pieces from this short series (£500 - £600) 2869) Shillings in LCGS holders (3) 1893 Large Obverse Letters ESC 1361, Bull 3153, Davies 1011 Choice UNC and lustrous with a pleasing underlying tone in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 the second finest of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1894 ESC 1363, Bull 3156, Davies 1015 dies 2B, UNC or very near so and lustrous with pleasant toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1899 ESC 1368, Bull 3164, UNC and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£325 - £375) 2870) Shillings in LCGS holders (4) 1935 ESC 1448 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1936 ESC 1449 Choice UNC and lustrous with a matching gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 Shillings 1933 ESC 1446 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 and another 1935 Choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS (£60 - £75) 2871) Shillings in LCGS holders (7) 1875 ESC 1327, Bull 3045, Die

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Number 21 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1895 Large Rose ESC 1364A, Bull 3160, A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1900 ESC 1369, Bull 3165, A/UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1916 ESC 1426, Bull 3805 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1918 ESC 1428 Bull 3807UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1919 ESC 1429, Bull 3808 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1934 ESC 1447, Bull 3847 UNC or near so , slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£170 - £220) 2872) Silver Threepences (19) 1885, 1886, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1888, 1894, 1901, 1902 (3), 1903, 1908, 1912, 1925 (A/ UNC and lustrous), 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1944 (GEF), in mixed grades some later coins EF to UNC Pennies (7) 1862, 1873, 1874H, 1875, 1886, 1887 Good Fine to NVF (£25 - £50) 2873) Silver Threepences (91) 1835, 1838, 1843, 1845, 1850, 1854, 1856, 1857, 1859, 1860, 1861, 1862, 1865, 1866 (2) Davies 1284 and 1285, the second holed and scratched, 1868, 1870, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887 Young Head, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899 (2), 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909 (2), 1910, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 (2), 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1925 (2),1926 Modified Head, 1928, 1930, 1932, 1934, 1935 (2), 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, earlier coins VG to Fine, later coins in mixed grades with some EF (£100 - £120) 2874) Sixpence 1837 ESC 1680, Bull 2512 NEF with two heavier contact marks, along with Red Cross Proficiency Badge, awarded to Miss.G.Cross with accompanying certificate from 1943 (£20 - £40) 2875) Sixpences (5) 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type GVF, 1893 EF/NEF toned, 1898 Large Date VF, 1911 EF, 1921 EF (£100 - £120) 2876) Sixpences (9) 1911, 1912, 1914, 1916, 1918, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1928 NEF to A/UNC (£160 - £200) 2877) Sixpences in LCGS holders (3) 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626, Bull 2187 A/UNC toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1909 ESC 1793, Bull 3605, UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1927 First Reverse ESC 1815, Bull 3896 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£280 - £320) 2878) Sixpences in LCGS holders (4) 1891 ESC 1759, Bull 3282 UNC with some golden toning, in an LCGS holder ands graded LCGS 80, 1898 ESC 1768, Bull 3291 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1906 ESC 1790, Bull 3605, UNC and deeply toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1911 Davies 1863 Choice UNC and lustrous with golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£475 - £525) 2879) Sixpences in LCGS holders (7) 1893 Veiled Head ESC 1762, Bull 3285, Davies 1180 dies 1A Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1897 ESC 1767, Bull 3290 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1899 ESC 1769, Bull 3292 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1901 ESC 1771, Bull 3294 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1911 ESC 1795, Bull 3871, Davies 1863 dies 2B UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1912 ESC 1797, Bull 3873, Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1930 ESC 1819, Bull 3905, About UNC

and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£160 - £200) 2880) Sixpences, Shillings, Florins and Halfcrowns George III - QE II though the vast majority in silver, mixed grades (lot) (£250 - £350) 2881) Sovereign 1911 NVF as part of a mixed group (11) along with Halfcrowns 1900, 1907, Florin 1960, Shillings (3) 1889, 1891, 1966 Scottish, Brass Threepence 1952, Crown 1981, Two Pounds (2) 1986 Commonwealth Games, 1989 Bill of Rights, these in mixed grades VG to Fine, the Decimal coins better (£220 - £280) 2882) Sovereigns (2) 1890 G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3866B, DISH L13 Fine, 1892 S.3866C Fine/Good Fine, comes with a Westminster presentation box (£450 - £600) 2883) Sovereigns (2) 1964 Marsh 302 A/UNC, 1978 Marsh 309 Lustrous UNC, each with a presentation box (£400 - £600) 2884) Sovereigns (2) 1968 Marsh 306 EF/UNC, 1976 Marsh 309 A/UNC with light contact marks, each in a presentation box (£400 - £600) 2885) Sovereigns (2) and Half Sovereign in LCGS holders : Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1913 Marsh 215 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 GEF/ EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£675 - £725) 2886) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1873 Shield Reverse Marsh 57, Die Number 6 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45, 1878S Shield Marsh 74, VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£520 - £560) 2887) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1893S Veiled Head Marsh 162, EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60, 1894M Marsh 154 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£540 - £580) 2888) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1896M Marsh 156 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1899M Marsh 159 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£540 - £580) 2889) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1903P Marsh 196 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1914P Marsh 253 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£550 - £600) 2890) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1903S Marsh 205 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60, 1915 Marsh 217 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£550 - £600) 2891) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1908 Marsh 180 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1909 Marsh 181 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£550 - £600) 2892) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (2) 1911M Marsh 229 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1914M Marsh 232 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£550 - £600) 2893) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (3) 1902M Marsh 187 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1905M Marsh 189 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1910M Marsh 194 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£825 - £875) 2894) Sovereigns in LCGS holders (3) 1925 Marsh 220 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1928SA Marsh 292 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1930P Marsh 269 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£825 - £875) 2895) The 100 Greatest Cars Silver Miniature Collection Silver

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Ingot collection by John Pinches, issued in 1975, each ingot 16mm x 5mm and weighing 1.5 to 1.6 grammes each, in .925 silver, Prooflike UNC in the box of issue with detailed information cards in a separate album, Proof Sets (3) 1970, 1971, Red Leather Deluxe 1997 nFDC in the cases of issue, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1997 and 1998 nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate, One Pound 1983 Silver Proof nFDC lightly toning, in the box of issue with certificate, Royal Mint Year Sets (4) 1983, 1986, 1997 (2) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Numismatic First Day Covers (6) Five Pound Crown 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary UNC on the cover of issue with £10 stamp, Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games UNC on the cover of issue with four stamps, Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England (2) both UNC on the covers of issue with First Class stamp, One Pound 1983 UNC on the cover of is with £1 stamp, Hong Kong Five Dollars Lustrous UNC on the cover of issue with four First Class stamps, plus GB and World a small group (43) includes Leonardo da Vinci 2 ounce silver medal Prooflike UNC, also includes Pre-decimal with handful of silver minors, in mixed grades (£175 - £325) 2896) Three Shilling Bank Tokens (2) 1811 Bust type, 26 Acorns on Reverse ESC 408, Bull 2065 VF, 1813 ESC 421, Bull 2082 Bright NEF, Shilling 1834 ESC 1268, Bull 2489 NEF with an old scratch on the obverse, Sixpence 1837 ESC 1680, Bull 2512 GVF (£70 - £120) 2897) Three Shilling Bank Tokens in LCGS holders (2) 1812 Bust Type ESC 415, Bull 2075, UNC, the obverse lustrous, the reverse with pleasing tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1815 ESC 423 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCSG 82 (£470 - £520) 2898) Threehalfpences (2) 1834 GVF and VF, Silver Threepences (9) 1885, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1897, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1911, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, Brass Threepences (3) 1938 (2), 1939, these NEF to UNC some with lustre and others with attractive toning (£175 - £225) 2899) Twopence 1797 NVF, Pennies (4) 1797 VF, 1806 NEF, 1826 GVF, 1855 Plain Trident NEF, Halfpenny 1827 GVF, Isle of Man Halfpenny 1839 NVF (£150 - £250)

END OF SUNDAY SALE Proxy Bid AuctionWorld Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 2900- 2982 )

2900) Australia Crown 1937 Unc and graded MS62 by PCGS (£75 - £100) 2901) Australia Florin 1944S KM#40 UNC and fully lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£20 - £40) 2902) Australia Threepences (2) 1910 KM#18 EF/UNC, 1911 KM#24 UNC (£60 - £100) 2903) Canada - Newfoundland Quarter Dollar 1917C KM#17 in a PCGS holder Toned UNC and graded MS63 (£90 - £120) 2904) Canada 10 Cents 1917 KM#23 Toned UNC with minor cabinet friction (£25 - £50) 2905) Canada 10 Cents 1953 No Straps KM#51 UNC the obverse colourfully toned, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£30 - £60) 2906) Canada 25 Cents 1874H aEF with a multi-coloured uneven tone (£30 - £50) 2907) Canada 25 Cents 1928 KM#24a, UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£50 - £100) 2908) Canada 5 Cents 1899 KM#2 EF, Philippines 50 Centimos 1885 KM#150 EF, Araucania-Patagonia 100 Pesos 1988 a Fantasy issue in Copper-Nickel Zinc, 21.46 grammes, X#21 Lustrous UNC (£75 - £100) 2909) Canada 50 Cents 1952 Wide Date KM#45 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£40 - £60) 2910) Ceylon Tokens Carey Strachan & Co. Union Mills Colombo 1 unit c.1873 in bronze, Pridmore 14, (2) both EF or better with traces of lustre (£80 - £100) 2911) China - Hupeh Province Hsien-Fieng 10 Cash undated C#13-6 Fine or slightly better, some light adjustment lines on the rim as often (£50 - £70) 2912) China Republic Dollar Year 3 (1914) Six characters above head Y#329 GVF with uneven tone (£25 - £50) 2913) Cuba (3) 5 Centavos 1915 KM#11.1 EF with a few small spots and slightly streaky lustre, 2 Centavos 1915 KM#A10UNC or near so, lightly toning, 1 Centavo 1920 KM#9.1 UNC or near so with an underlying pastel tone (£90 - £120) 2914) Denmark 2 Kroner 1875 (h) HC/CS KM#798.1 Bright NEF (£75 - £100) 2915) Denmark Skilling Rigsmont 1856 Altona Mint, mintmark Orb KM#763 UNC and colourfully toned, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN (£25 - £50)

This section of the sale contains World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots 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

2916) Djibouti 50 Centimes 1921 Bronze KM#9 NVF along with Australia Florin 1910 KM#21 VF/GVF (£90 - £130)

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 2nd of September, when the sale will close.

2918) France (2) 1/12 écu au buste juvénile 1664. Silver, Louis XIV 1664D. Laureate and draped bust right. Rev. crowned shield of France. 2.30g. NVF, Dombes: Anna Marie Louise d’Orléans, 1650-1673, AR 1/12 écu. 1665-A, KM-40. 2.41g. Good Fine (£70 - £90)

2917) Ecuador 2 Sucres 1973 KM82 (3) VF - EF, Krause reports that all but 35 pieces were melted down, rare thus (£75 £225)

2919) France 10 Centimes 1848 Copper Essai 30mm diameter More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


by E.Rogat, Obverse Head left, helmeted in Roman style, REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE, Reverse 10 CENTIMES 1848 within a wreath, LIBERTE EGALITE FRATERNITE, Plain edge, weight 14.38 grammes, UNC with minor cabinet friction, attractively toned, unlisted by Krause in either the Standard catalogue or Unusual World Coins catalogue (£85 - £125) 2920) France Ecu 1695 Rennes Mint, mintmark 9 KM#298.24 Good Fine, a bold strike with traces of the under-struck in several places (£95 - £125) 2921) France Quarter ECU 1644A Rose KM#161.1 VF the reverse with minor adjustment lines, German States - Strasburg Groschen of 12 Pfennigs (12 Kreuzer) undated Obverse: similar in style to the early 17th Century issue with Fleurde-Lis in circle, Reverse differs in that there is an inner and outer legend within circles similar in style to the English Groats of Henry VI, Good Fine and bold (£75 - £125)

2937) Mexico 8 Reales Cob Mo P date off flan, (c.1640-1665) KM#45 VG (£80 - £100) 2938) Netherlands - Holland Ducaton 1668 KM#41, Dav.4928 Fine or slightly better with a few small spots (£30 - £60) 2939) Netherlands 10 Cents 1827 KM#53 Lustrous UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£75 - £100) 2940) Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1861 KM#82 EF with some light contact marks (£60 - £80) 2941) Panama 10 Centesimos 1904 KM#3 Lustrous UNC and graded MS64 (£30 - £50) 2942) Peru 8 Reales 1777 LIMAE MJ KM#78 VF, Spain Pretender Coinage 2 Reales 1712 CAROLVS monogram reverse KM#PT5 Fine, Toned (£80 - £100)

2922) German States - Baden 5 Marks 1906 Friedrich I Golden Wedding Anniversary KM#277 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS64 (£90 - £120)

2943) Philippines 20 Centavos 1929M KM#170 in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS64 (£55 - £75)

2923) German States - Bavaria Thaler 1868 KM#877 GVF (£40 £60)

2944) Philippines Peso 1903S KM#168 UNC Toned, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£75 - £100)

2924) German States - Hohenzollern under Prussia Gulden 1852A in a PCGS holder ‘Cleaned- UNC detail’ (£75 - £150)

2945) Poland 10 Zlotych - 1 1/2 Roubles 1836 C#134 Fine, the edges with some fine lines suggesting possibly once mounted, no damage to the coins surfaces (£30 - £60)

2925) German States - Saxony-Albertine Thaler 1598 3 brothers MB#314, Dav.9820 Fine, the obverse with some thin scratches (£30 - £60) 2926) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1928A 900th Anniversary of the Founding of Naumburg KM#57 A/UNC and lustrous (£70 - £100) 2927) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1930A Graf Zeppelin KM#67 Lustrous UNC with a hint of golden tone (£60 - £90) 2928) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks (2) 1928A KM#56 Good Fine, 1928D KM#56 About VF with a few small spots (£50 - £100) 2929) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1931G KM#56 GVF with some spots on the obverse, scarce (£50 - £100)

2946) Portugal 1000 Reis 1683 KM#146 Titles of Peter II at right, Fine, holed, a Very rare one-year type with Krause listing at $2950 in Fine (£60 - £75) 2947) Portugal 200 Reis 1687 KM#148 Fine, 20 Reis undated issue (1706-1777) KM#235 Reverse: Cross with Rosettes in angles GVF toned (£70 - £90) 2948) Portugal 870 Reis 1834 Countermarked Coinage on Mexico, Zacatecas Mint 8 Reales, 26.16 grammes, KM#440.19 countermark NVF, host coin Fine (£50 - £100) 2949) Portuguese India (2) One Rupia 1882 KM#311 VF/GVF, 1 Tanga 1947 KM#24 About VF (£60 - £80)

2930) Germany 5 Pfennigs 1901F KM#11 UNC and choice, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£75 - £100)

2950) Portuguese India Rupia 1881 KM#312 NEF/EF, the obverse with some hairlines and tiny digs on the portrait, Indian Princely States - Baroda 4 Annas VS1951 (1894) Y#34a Good Fine (£70 - £90)

2931) India Half Rupee 1899 Bombay Mint, B incuse and inverted,KM#491 About VF/NVF (£80 - £100)

2951) Russia - Siberia 5 Kopecks 1779 EM C#5 Good Fine with some verdigris within the shield on the reverse (£40 - £60)

2932) India Quarter Rupee 1862 ( c ) KM#470 S&W-4.130 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£70 - £90)

2952) Russia 5 Roubles Gold 1901 фЗ Y#62 UNC (£75 - £150)

2933) Ireland Farthing 1806 S.6622 UNC and nicely toned (£75 - £100)

2953) Russia Rouble 1913 300th Anniversary of the Romanov Dynasty Y#70 Unc or near so and with a lovely tone (£75 - £125)

2934) Ireland Shilling 1931 S.6627 EF with some contact marks (£70 - £100) 2935) Isle of Man (2) Halfpenny 1839 S.7418 NEF, Farthing 1839 S.7419 A/UNC and lustrous with a few small spots (£40 £60) 2936) Italy 2 Centesimi 1907R KM#38 Fine/Good Fine, the key date in this short series (£90 - £120) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2954) Sarawak (3) 10 Cents 1913 aEF, 1920 VF, 5 Cents 1920 VF with some light verdigris British North Borneo Cent 1921 GEF (£50 - £100)

pitting (£40 - £60)

2955) Siberia 5 Kopeks 1767 KM C#5 Near Fine, a scarce date (£50 - £75)

2974) USA (2) Quarter Dollar 1877S Medium S, mintmark double struck, type as Breen 4095 without the listed overstrike, Fine, One Cent 1868 Breen 1975, EF the reverse with small spots in the wreath (£70 - £90)

2956) South Africa Halfcrown 1897 KM#7 Lustrous UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£40 - £60)

2975) USA /Ireland Farthing 1723 Woods, Breen 172 NVF (£80 £100)

2957) South Africa Sixpence 1896 KM#4 Toned UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£25 - £50)

2976) USA Gold Dollar 1855 Breen 6040 Thin Letters NVF ExJewellery (£50 - £150)

2958) South Africa Sixpences (2) 1896 EF, 1897 AU and lustrous (£30 - £60)

2977) USA Half Dollars (3) 1832 Breen 4698 Short top to 5 Fine with a slightly uneven tone, 1834 Breen 4710 VG, 1835 Straight top to 5, Large C in 50C Breen 4717 VG (£95 - £125)

2959) South Africa Threepence (2) 1896 and 1897 GEF - UNC (£30 - £60) 2960) South Africa Threepence (3) 1892, 1893 and 1896 EF or better (£50 - £100) 2961) South Africa Two Shillings 1897 KM#6 PCGS MS62 (£35 £55) 2962) Spain 5 Centimos 1870 OM KM#662 UNC and nicely toned, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 BN (£65 - £85) 2963) Spain 5 Pesetas 1898 Child’s Head SG-V KM#707 Lustrous UNC with attractive underlying tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£40 - £60) 2964) Spanish American 8 Reales Cob, the date off the flan VG (£80 - £100) 2965) Straits Settlements Dollar 1903 KM#25 GEF toned, with apparently no mintmark on the crown, Krause lists a rare Proof issue without mintmark, comes with an old Seaby ticket for £6 (£50 - £100) 2966) Straits Settlements Dollars (2) 1907H KM#26 GF/VF toned, 1920 KM#33 NEF toned, with old Seaby tickets (£50 - £100) 2967) Sweden 50 Ore 1883EB KM#740 Lustrous UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£75 - £100) 2968) Swiss Cantons - Bern Half Thaler 1796 KM#151 in a PCGS holder ‘Environmental Damage - UNC Detail’ (£50 - £100) 2969) Switzerland 10 Rappen 1871B KM#6 EF or slightly better, the reverse with a tone spot around 2 o’clock on the reverse, Australia Shilling 1910 KM#20 NEF with some darker toning (£60 - £90) 2970) Switzerland 10 Rappen 1885B KM#27 Lustrous UNC with a hint of gold tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£25 - £50) 2971) Switzerland 20 Rappen 1859B KM#7 Lustrous UNC and choice, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£75 - £100)

2978) USA One Cent 1869 9 over higher 9 with little evidence of the 6 being overstruck, type as Breen 1977 About Fine, with an edge knock across the T of UNITED and a surface mark on the bust, Rare (£90 - £120) 2979) USA Quarter Dollar 1927 Breen 4253 in a PCGS holder Environmental Damage - UNC Detail (£50 - £75) 2980) USA Trade Dollar 1877S 1 and 8 free, minute S, Breen 5814, Fine, Rare (£25 - £50) 2981) USA Trade Dollar 1877S Large S, 1 and 8 free, Breen 5813, Good Fine with many contact marks and scratches, the obverse with some tooling (£80 - £100) 2982) USA Washington & Fanning Islands One Dollars Check (c.1890) VF struck in aluminium, with a trace of corrosion, Rare (£30 - £40)

Proxy Bid Auction -English Milled Coins (Lots 2983--3055) 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 2nd of September, when the sale will close.

2983) Crown 1672 ESC 45, Bull 388 VG (£50 - £80) 2984) Crown 1822 SECUNDO ESC 251, Bull 2318 Good Fine (£40 - £60)

2972) Turkey 5 Kurush 1935 KM#862 UNC toned in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£60 - £90)

2985) Crown 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589, Davies 4854 dies 1C About EF with some light hairlines, Three Shilling Bank Token 1815 ESC 423, Bull 2084 EF (£80 - £120)

2973) USA (2) Halfpenny Virginia 1773 Stop after S Breen 180, weight 7.11 grammes, Fine, Cent 1783 Washington Military Bust, Plain edge Breen 1203 Near Fine/VG with some

2986) Crown 1896 LX ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 516 dies 2A EF and lustrous (£75 - £100)

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2987) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 Good Fine (£75 £125) 2988) Crowns (2) 1695 SEPTIMO ESC 86, Bull 990 approaching Fine with some edge nicks, 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 Fine with grey tone, and some thin graffiti on the obverse (£70 - £100) 2989) Crowns (2) 1844 Young Head ESC 280, Bull 2561 Good Fine, 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589, Davies 484 dies 1C VF with a tone spot in the reverse field (£50 - £100) 2990) Decimal Fifty Pences 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary (2) S.H19 NEF and EF both with some contact marks (£25 - £50) 2991) Decimal Twenty Pence undated mule (2008) S.G4A About UNC and lustrous with some edge nicks (£30 - £40) 2992) Double Florin 1888 Second I in VICTORIA an Inverted 1 ESC 397A, Bull 2700, NEF with some contact marks (£60 - £80) 2993) Farthing 1694, as Peck 617 struck on a heavy flan of 7.19 grammes (110.94 grains) considerably above the high weight range quoted by Peck of 96.7 grains, on a small flan of 22.5 mm diameter, VG Rare (£25 - £50) 2994) Farthing 1721 on a small flan of 18mm diameter thus resembling the earlier ‘Dump’ type, weight 2.93 grammes VG (£25 - £75) 2995) Farthing 1844 Peck 1565 Fine with some dirt in the legends, Rare (£80 - £100) 2996) Farthings (2) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A,UNC with good lustre, 1895 Bun Head Freeman 590 dies 7+F GEF nicely toned, with traces of lustre, scarce in this high grade (£70 - £90) 2997) Florin 1849 ESC 802, Bull 2815 GVF/VF with an edge nick (£30 - £60) 2998) Florin 1893 ESC 876, Bull 2962, Davies 830 dies 1A AU/ UNC the obverse with a few surface nicks (£70 - £100) 2999) Florin 1900 ESC 884, Bull 2971 UNC or near so with contact marks and rim nicks (£75 - £100) 3000) Florin 1903 ESC 921, Bull 3579, EF with small rim nicks and a small spot on Britannia’s drapery (£75 - £125) 3001) Florin 1905 ESC 923, Bull 3581 NVF the obverse with a flan flaw and two tone spots (£40 - £60) 3002) Groat 1838 ESC 1930, Bull 3319 UNC and lustrous (£70 £90) 3003) Groat 1888 ESC 1956, Bull 3359 Lustrous UNC (£40 - £60) 3004) Halfcrown 1687 ESC 498, Bull 753 VG (£70 - £90) 3005) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, No frosting, Pearls ESC 511, Bull 845 Good Fine/Fine (£75 - £100)

3006) Halfcrown 1696E Large Shields, Early Harp, ESC 526 Bright Fine, with some spots and light pitting, Very Rare , rated R2 by ESC (£70 - £120) 3007) Halfcrown 1881 ESC 707, Bull 2758 GVF with some hairlines (£50 - £100) 3008) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726, Bull 2778, Davies 660 dies 1A UNC with some contact marks and small tone spots on the obverse (£80 - £100) 3009) Halfcrown 1917 ESC 764, Bull 3716 UNC or vary near so, lustrous with a pleasing gold tone and some light contact marks (£85 - £115) 3010) Halfpenny 1694 No stop on Reverse Peck 605 VG or slightly better (£80 - £100) 3011) Halfpenny 1736 Peck 850, GVF with a few small spots in the hair and legend, a surprisingly scarce date, our archive database shows that we have only offered two examples in 15 years (£70 - £90) 3012) Halfpenny 1770 Peck 893 EF and sharply struck (£75 - £125) 3013) Halfpenny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 266 dies 4+B UNC or near so with traces of lustre, some small spots in the Queen’s hair and Britannia’s drapery are visible under magnification (£70 - £100) 3014) Maundy Set 1932 ESC 2549, Bull 3993 GEF to UNC with matching grey tone, the Fourpence with a few small spots, many of the later George V sets now becoming hard to find, Historical Note - 1932 was the first time in about 250 years that the Maundy Money was personally distributed by the reigning monarch (£90 - £120) 3015) Maundy Set 1934 ESC 2551, Bull 3995 EF to UNC the Twopence with grey tone (£90 - £120) 3016) Maundy Set 1991 aFDC light toning in a Royal Mint presentation box (£75 - £150) 3017) Model Crown undated (1848) Bimetallic in Silver Copper and Gilt Victoria Gothic Head, Obverse: Gothic Head left, VICTORIA REGINA, Britannia and Native supporters A & M in the exergue Reverse: THE NEW MODEL CROWN X#25 GEF and scarce (£40 - £60) 3018) Pennies (2) 1897 Raised Dot between the O and N of ONE Gouby BP1897B VG Rare, 1909 Raised Dot after the N of ONE VG Rare (£70 - £100) 3019) Pennies (2) 1911 Hollow Neck, I of BRITT points to a rim tooth VG, Rare 1903 Open 3 Freeman 158A dies 1+A VG with surface marks and green from having once been in the ground, Rare (£40 - £80) 3020) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 NF/VG the reverse with some weakness in the legend as often found on this issue (£40 - £80) 3021) Penny 1831 .W.W on truncation Peck 1458 VF/NVF with some contact marks and some residual dirt in the legends (£70 - £100)

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3022) Penny 1841 REG No Colon, the date with all digits double struck, underlying figures visible to the left, Peck 1484 GVF/VF once cleaned, now retoning (£60 - £80) 3023) Penny 1847 DEF close colon Peck 1492 EF with traces of lustre and a few small tone spots (£50 - £75) 3024) Penny 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 About Fine/ Fine, Rare (£40 - £60) 3025) Penny 1856 Plain Trident Peck 1510 Good Fine with some tone spots on the obverse, Rare, Farthing 1825 the upright of the 5 missing, and various die blockages in the obverse legends (£50 - £75) 3026) Penny 1857 Ornamental Trident Peck 1513 GEF toned with some light contact marks (£85 - £115) 3027) Penny 1858 8 over 2, this variety previously thought to be 8 over 3 with die cracks through the bottom half of all four digits of the date showing an intermediate stage of the die break associated with this type, GEF toned, the obverse with two small spots. Recent research has stated this is more likely to be 8 over 2, this coin shows a trace of a small point at the bottom left of the 8. Recent research suggest that this die only had a short working life (Source: Michael Gouby, article Spink Numismatic Circular May 2010 pages 72-73) the coin is accompanied by two Royal Mint letters both from August 1969 suggesting this had thought to be the case, after examining pieces around this time. (£50 £100) 3028) Penny 1860 as Freeman 10 Toothed Border dies 2+D but with N over sideways N in ONE Satin 11 a well-known variety, Fine, toned, Rare (£40 - £80) 3029) Penny 1861 Freeman 18 dies 2+D Fine, rated at R13 by Freeman, probably rarer than Freeman suggests, we note there was no example in either the Andrew Wayne or Roland Harris collections (£40 - £80)

3038) Shilling 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140, Lustrous UNC with hints of green and gold toning, Sixpence 1826 ESC 1662, Bull 2433 EF, Half Farthing 1844 Peck 1594 Fine, gilded (£75 £100) 3039) Shilling 1817 R of REX blundered with a crude, shallow strike, type as ESC 1232, Bull 2195 A/UNC pleasantly toned, with a small tone spot in the King’s hair (£40 - £80) 3040) Shilling 1876 ESC 1328, Bull 3046 Die Number 9 NEF and scarce (£80 - £100) 3041) Shilling 1883 ESC 1342, Bull 3072 EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£40 - £60) 3042) Shillings (2) 1741 Roses ESC 1202, Bull 1717 Good Fine with a thin scratch on the portrait, 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 NVF (£75 - £100) 3043) Shillings (2) 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 UNC/AU, 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2195 GEF/AU with a very minor scuff on the obverse (£60 - £120) 3044) Shillings 1902 (2) ESC 1410, Bull 3587 EF/AU and A/UNC both lightly toned (£70 - £90) 3045) Sixpence 1817 ESC 1632 Bull 2195 UNC and lustrous with a few small spots (£80 - £100) 3046) Sixpence 1848 8 over 6 ESC 1693A, Bull 3183, VG with all the major details and overdate very clear, Rare in all grades (£40 - £80) 3047) Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type ESC 1752, Bull 3264 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS65 (£15 - £30) 3048) Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head, R over V in VICTORIA ESC 1752C, Bull 3266, Davies 1153 EF with blue/grey tone, Rare (£50 - £75)

3031) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G VG (£40 - £80)

3049) Sixpences (2) 1708 E* Local reverse die with J-type 1 in the date, double struck 0 in the date. Plain in angles with wide shields, ESC 1593, Bull 1469 About Fine, 1834 Small date ESC 1674, Bull 2504 VF or slightly better, the obverse with a contact mark on the portrait (£90 - £120)

3032) Penny 1874H Freeman 69 dies 6+I VG the obverse misty in parts, the distinguishing features are clear, Very Rare, rated R16 by Freeman (£25 - £50)

3050) Sixpences (2) 1886 ESC 1748, Bull 3260 UNC and colourfully toned, 1901 ESC 1771, Bull 3294 UNC with olive and gold tone (£75 - £100)

3033) Penny 1879 Narrow Date Freeman 98 dies 9+K VG with some pitted surfaces (£25 - £50)

3051) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 A/UNC with traces of lustre and a few small spots (£50 - £60)

3034) Penny 1890 Freeman 130 dies 12+N GEF and attractively toned (£60 - £80)

3052) Third Guinea 1798 S.3738 Good Fine with some surface marks, the obverse with a scratch in the field (£70 - £100)

3035) Penny 1897 Raised dot between O and N of PENNY Gouby BP1897B VG with a thin scratch on the obverse (£70 - £100)

3053) Third Guinea 1803 S.3739 Near Fine with a few small digs (£70 - £90)

3036) Penny 1904 Freeman 159 dies 1+B UNC with minor cabinet friction and around 75% lustre (£50 - £100)

3054) Threepence 1884 ESC 2091, Bull 3426 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS64 (£40 - £60)

3037) Shilling 1737 Roses and Plumes ESC 1200, Bull 1711 VF (£95 - £125)

3055) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141, Bull 3946 NVF/GF (£50 - £60)

3030) Penny 1861 Freeman 20 dies 2+G VG/Near Fine, Rare (£40 - £80)

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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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