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

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

Parking

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

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

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

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

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VIEWING OF LOTS

AUCTION SESSIONS

SATURDAY VIEWING

SATURDAY SALE

Saturday 1st June 9.00 am until sold Windsor Suite.

Saturday 1st June 2pm until sold Windsor Suite.

Bonds and Shares (Lots 1286-1301), British Tokens (Lots 1302-1342), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (Lots 1343-1427), Miscellaneous Items (Lots 1428-1467), English Cased and Proof Items (Lots 1468-1792), World Cased and Proof Items (Lots 1793-1981), Roman and Ancient Coins (Lots 19822121), (World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 2122-2382) English Hammered Coins (Lots 2383-2491), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 2492-3191), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (Lots 3192-3391), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (Lots 3392-3586)

Bonds and Shares (Lots 1286-1301), British Tokens (Lots 1302-1342), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (Lots 1343-1427), Miscellaneous Items (Lots 1428-1467), English Cased and Proof Items (Lots 1468-1792), World Cased and Proof Items (Lots 1793-1981),

Proxy Bid Auction- World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 3587-3838) Proxy Bid -English Milled Coins (Lots 3839-3980) SUNDAY VIEWING

SUNDAY SALE

Saturday 2nd June 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Sunday 2nd June 11.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Roman and Ancient Coins (Lots 1982-2121), (World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 2122-2382) English Hammered Coins (Lots 2383-2491), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 24923191), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (Lots 31923391), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (Lots 3392-3586)

Roman and Ancient Coins (Lots 1982-2121), (World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 2122-2382) English Hammered Coins (Lots 2383-2491), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 24923191), English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (Lots 31923391), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (Lots 3392-3586)

Proxy Bid Auction- World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 3587-3838) Proxy Bid -English Milled Coins (Lots 3839-3980)

Proxy Bid Auction- World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 3587-3838) 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 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 Monday 3rd of June, when the sale will close.

Proxy Bid Auction -English Milled Coins (Lots 3839-3980) 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 Monday 3rd of June, when the sale will close.

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Saturday Sale starts 2 pm

1297) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 5 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons Fine to VF some with pencil or ink annotations (£50 - £100)

Bonds and Shares (lots 1286 -1301) 1286) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 1 x bonds for £20, Banque de l’Indo-Chine a Paris and 1 x bond for 189.40 Roubles, Russian issue, both with vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black and brown with coupons Fine to Good Fine, China, Chinese Imperial Railway, Canton-Kowloon Railway, bond for £100, London 1907, for the British and Chinese Corporation Limited, ornate design, black & red, with coupons, Fine, Banque Industrielle de Chine 500 Francs (6) Yellow and black, ornate Chinese-style borders, traditional Chinese rooftops, two dragons at topcentre, Temple of Heaven at centre in underprint, black Chinese and French text, Good VF, (£40 - £80) 1287) 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, Fine to Good Fine some with pinholes and pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1288) 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, Fine to NVF some with pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1289) 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, Fine to NVF some with pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1290) 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, Fine to NVF some with pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1291) 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, Fine to NVF some with pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1292) 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, Fine to NVF, one stapled, some with pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1293) 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, Fine to NVF, one with a small hole, another stapled, with pencil or ink annotations (£350 - £700) 1294) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 5 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons Fine to Good Fine with pencil annotations (£50 - £100) 1295) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 5 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons Fine to VF (£50 - £100) 1296) China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 5 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons Fine to VF some with pencil annotations (£50 - £100)

1298) China, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway 1913 5% Gold Loan, Bonds afor £20 (2) large format, black & blue, with coupons VF with coupons 1939-1961 stapled, Russia 4 1/2% State Loan of 1905 green and lilac, 2000 Reichsmarks VF with pencil annotation at the top right corner (£15 - £30) 1299) Chinese Government - Government de Republique Chinoise Bond du Tresor 8% France 500 Francs 1920 issue (5) brown and black, Fine with some pencil annotations, Government de Republique Chinoise Bond du Tresor 8% France 500 Francs 1921 issue green and black, Fine to VF with some pencil annotations, all with coupons (£75 - £125) 1300) Germany 1920s ,1930s and 1940s issues (94) includes many Nazi Treasury Bills and Nazi Loan types 1935-1937, 100000 Reichsmarks to 12 Reichsmarks 50 Reichspfennigs the majority EF (£60 - £80) 1301) The Channel Islands Telegraph Company Limited Share Certificates (5) Blue on White dated 18th June 1858 made out to Peter Harvey of Jersey. All consecutive numbers 1485 to 1489 and in mixed grades to VF (£60 - £80)

British Tokens (lots 1302-1342) 1302) 17th Century Kent (12) Canterbury, undated, Sibb Smith W.77/8 VG. Gravesend, Iacob Parsson 1651 W.302 About Fine. Gravesend, Iohn Watson 1653 W.308 VG. Greenwich, undated, E.B At The George W.314/7 VG. Lydd 1662 3 Cloves W.377 NVG. Maidstone undated, James Ruse W.385 VG. Maidstone, undated, Richard Wicking W.397 Fair., Margate, undated, Ioseph Mackrith W.410 Fair. Milton-next-Sittingbourne, undated, William Bissy W.430 VG. Rochester Alice Cobham 1651 W.464 NVG. Rochester Ioseph Travers 1666 W.478 VG. Sturry 1650 Thomas Iohnson W.542/3 Fine, all with the respective attributions (£150 - £175) 1303) 17th Century Kent (13) Honychild W.354, Thomas Foord 1667 Lenham W.372, James Ruse Maidstone W.385, Elizabeth Webb Maidstone W.393, Francis Chambers West Malling W.400, Steven Greedier Margate W.405, Joseph Mackrith Margate W.410, Milton-Next-Gravesend W.419, Milton-Next-Sittingbourne W.430, Milton Cheny Bourne W.431, Ramsgate W.453, Thomas Palmer Rochester W.475, Rochester W.478, Fair to Fine, most with attributions (£220 - £260) 1304) 17th Century Kent (18) Brookland 1671, W.39 John Eve. undated. Canterbury W.77/8, Sibb Smith, undated, Thomas Parkson Deal W.154, undated Moyses and Potter Deal W.158, 1651 CD AT THE LEOPOLDVS Dover W.209, Eltham W.248, Gravesend (3) Iacob Parsonn W.301, A.M.W At the San W.306, John Watson W.308, At The George in Greenwich, Greenwich W.314, Robert Hovend, Harrietsham W.346, Sandwich 1656 Danill Pickley W.501, Sittingbourne W.524 John Milway, Sevenoaks, Nathll Owen 1669 Octagonal (holed) , Sittingbourne W.525 Thomas Pearce, 1650 Thomas Johnson Sturry W.542/3, John Solley Wingham W.569, Charles Allfrey Wrotham W.579 in mixed grades Poor to Fine, many with attributions (£220 - £260) 1305) 18th Century copper (50) mostly Halfpennies a wide variety, from circulation generally F-VF a few tarnished (£250 - £350)

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1306) Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper, 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 (£120 - £140) 1307) Farthing 17th Century Essex - Pleshy HVMPHREY SARIENT W.253 VG Rare (£50 - £60) 1308) Farthing 18th Century Middlesex 1797 Harrison’s - Hairdressers DH1059 Obverse: HARRISON HAIR DRESSER, Hair Dresser . No 64 . Long Lane West, legend in five lines/Reverse two busts facing . Bleeding and Tooth Drawing 1797 NEF (£60 - £80) 1309) Halfpennies 17th Century (5), Farthings 17th Century (5) includes examples from London, Essex, Bedfordshire, Kent, Gloucestershire, Hertfordshire, Somerset, VG to Fine (£100 - £150) 1310) Halfpennies 18th Century (11) includes Alexander Cornwell and other Irish types, all different, Fine to GVF (£70 - £100) 1311) Halfpennies 18th Century (13) includes some Scottish types, and a low grade Slave token (this holed) in mixed grades to GVF (£60 - £80) 1312) Halfpennies 18th Century (17), Farthings 18th Century (3) includes many different types, Fine to Good Fine, Pennies 18th Century (1), 19th Century (6) VG to Fine (£60 - £120) 1313) Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Bedfordshire - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Girl making lace DH3c NEF, Cambridgeshire - Newmarket 1795 Druid’s Head/Beehive and bees DH12 About EF, Hertfordshire - Stortford 1795, Obverse: Shield/ Reverse: River and barges DH4 EF (£70 - £90) 1314) Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Yorkshire - Hull 1791 Obverse: King on horseback/Reverse: Shield of City Arms, within an oak wreath, DH21 King on horseback, with the baton more elevated, the 1 in the date points to the centre of the H, UNC or near so with traces of lustre. Essex - Warley 1794 Obverse: Portrait of the Prince of Wales, right, /Reverse: Prince of Wales feathers, Edge WARLEY CAMP HALFPENNY MDCCXCIV DH38a UNC or near so with traces of lustre. Middlesex National Series 1794 Obverse: Three-quarter facing portrait of the Prince of Wales/Reverse: Arms and supporters LONDON AND MIDDLESEX HALFPENNY DH952 Edge: BRIGHTON CAMP HALFPENNY MDCCXCIV EF (£50 - £75) 1315) Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Bedfordshire - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Girl making lace/Lamb, edge Chambers, Langston Hall DH3c EF. Cambridgeshire - County 1795 Druid’s Head/Beehive DH12 GEF and nicely toned. Devon - Plymouth 1796 Spinning Wheel/ Loom DH12 NEF. Gloucester - Brimscombe Port 1795 DH60 Barge/ Tunnel entrance EF (£70 - £90) 1316) Halfpennies 18th Century (8) all different, Near Fine to Good Fine (£30 - £60) 1317) Halfpennies 18th Century (8) includes issues from Hull, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Southampton, in mixed grades some in VF to EF, along with Penny 19th Century undated Barnsley, Jackson and Lister VF toned (£60 - £120)

1318) Halfpennies 18th Century (8), Farthing (1) VF to NEF a few with spots (£60 - £120) 1319) Halfpennies 18th Century (9), Pennies 19th Century (3), Halfpenny 17th Century 1669 Iohn Copping W.49, George III Contemporary Counterfeit Halfpennies (9), Evasion Halfpenny (1), Halfpennies (4) 1757, 1806 (2), 1826, Penny 1863, Model coins (2) 5 Pounds 1887 and Half Sovereign 1902, Gaming Token 1798 J.Sainsbury, Scotland Communion Token 1831 Aberdeen, in mixed grades (£120 - £150) 1320) Halfpenny 18th Century Dublin 1795 Alexander Cornwell, Obverse Bust left ALEXr CORNWELL , Reverse: A Shield on which is FOR TRADE surmounted by the Prince of Wales’ Crest, DH307 Plain edge, EF with some surface marks, the obverse with the distinctive die break for this issue. Cataloguers Note: Now thought by many to be attributed to Alexander Cornwell of Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland (£70 - £100) 1321) Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex undated DH363 Obverse: Mail coach, Reverse: To J.Palmer etc. GVF, Road Pass undated (c.1750) 32mm diameter in brass (?) Obverse Crowned Royal cypher, Reverse ‘For The Kings Private Roads’ in four lines Good Fine, holed, in a maroon presentation case (£25 - £50) 1322) Halfpenny 18th Century Scotland - Ayrshire 1797 Obverse: Bust left Armoured and helmeted, Reverse: A female figure seated, supporting a shield SCOTIA REDIVIVA GEF with traces of lustre (£70 - £90) 1323) Halfpenny 18th Century Scotland - Ayrshire 1799 Obverse: Bust of the Prince of Wales left/Reverse: The British Arms on four shield cruciform, DH5 GEF with traces of lustre, a very pleasing example (£150 - £200) 1324) Halfpenny 18th Century Scotland - Perthshire, Perth 1797 Church and Watermill DH4 restrike in silver VF with a little dirt in the mill wheel, exhibiting the normal rim flaws and cuds associated with this striking (£40 - £80) 1325) Halfpenny 18th Century Scotland - Perthshire, Perth 1797 Church and Watermill DH4 VF (£40 - £50) 1326) Hertfordshire 17th Century - Hitchin (8) Farthing 1663 Joseph Baker W.110 Fine, Halfpenny 1667 W.Drage W.114 VG, Farthing 1667 Fran. Field W.115 VG, Halfpenny 1667 Thomas Hayward W.117 Fine, Farthing undated Dan Hurst W.119 VG, Halfpenny 1667 John Rugeley W.122 VG, Farthing 1666 Mary Tristtram W.124 Fine, Farthing 1664 Henry Warner W.125 Fine (£80 - £120) 1327) Pennies 19th Century (12) Cornwall 1811 Cornish Penny Withers 700 VF, Devon 1811 Tavistock - Devon Mines Withers 1130 VF or better with old lacquering, Somerset (2) Bath 1811 Withers 22 Good Fine, Bristol 1811 Bust of George III Withers 416 GVF with a few small spots, Gloucestershire - Cheltenham 1812 J.Bishop and Co. Withers 673 Good Fine, Northumberland - Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Bewicke Main Colliery Withers 885 NVF, Worcestershire (2) Worcester 1811 T.Wood and Co. Withers 860 VF, Lye 1811 J.Forrest and Co. Obverse draped bust of George III Withers 855 GVF, Surrey - Weybridge 1812 Weybridge Mills, I.Bunn & Co. Withers 1200 EF stained on the obverse. Staffordshire - Walsall 1811 Fletcher & Sharratt Withers 1150 VF the reverse with scratches. Suffolk - Lowestoft 1811 I.Chaston Withers 850 NVF with some spots. Durham - Stockport 1813 Christopher & Jennett, Tees Bridge Withers 1115 GF/NVF, an interesting and varied group (£200 - £250) 1328) Pennies 19th Century (3) Nottinghamshire (2) 1812 J.M.Fellows and Co. Withers 940 VF, 1813 J.M.Fellows and Co. Withers 950 VF/GVF lacquered, Essex 1812 British Copper Company - Rolling Mills at Walthamstow Withers 568 Good Fine, Rare (£70 - £80)

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1329) Pennies 19th Century (6) Warwickshire (3) 1812 Birmingham and South Wales Withers 180 VF, Birmingham Union Copper Company 1812 Withers 348 VF with a few small spots, 1813 Birmingham Workhouse Withers 402 NEF with traces of lustre, Yorkshire (3) 1812 Hull Lead Works Withers 760 VF, Sheffield 1813 Overseers of the Poor, Withers 1005 VF, Sheffield 1813 Phoenix Ironworks Withers 1040 VF (£100 - £120) 1330) Penny 18th Century Suffolk - Woodbridge 1796 Bust of Thomas Sekford three-quarters facing/Shield of Arms and motto DH15 EF toned with an edge nick (£40 - £80) 1331) Penny 18th Century Suffolk - Woodbridge 1796 Bust of Thomas Sekford three-quarters facing/Shield of Arms and motto DH15 NEF (£50 - £100) 1332) Penny 19th Century London - William Till 1834 36mm diameter in copper, Obverse: Legend on five lines within floral wreath DEALER IN ANCIENT & MODERN COIN MEDALS ANTIQUES &C. Reverse: Shield of Arms above banner ANTIQUAM OBTINENS, legend WM.TILL 17 GT. RUSSELL ST, COVENT GDN. LONDON. 1834. Plain edge NEF with traces of lustre (£30 - £50) 1333) 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 (£25 - £50) 1334) Sentimental Magazine Tokens by John Kirk (4) 1772 Duke of Gloucester. 1773 Lord Chatham. 1773 Charlotte, Queen of Great Britain. 1774 Marquis of Granby. Good Fine to GVF (£30 - £50) 1335) Shilling 19th Century Forfarshire - Dundee, James Wright Jr. undated Obverse: An armed Highlander FROM THE HEATH-COVERED MOUNTAINS OF SCOTLA WE COME, below, in a sunken oval, the arms and motto DEI DONUM (The Gift of God) of Dundee The end of the Highlander’s sword points to the T in MOUNTAINS, Reverse: View of the Cross, DUNDEE SILVER MEDAL PRICE ONE SHILLING. At the sides of the cross W DES, under the cross TAKEN DOWN 1777, Davis 5, Near EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Very Rare (£50 - £100) 1336) Shilling 19th Century Northumberland - Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Iohn Robertson, Spear points between the N and D of NORTHUMBERLAND, Davis 11 EF (£40 - £60) 1337) Shilling 19th Century Northumberland - Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1812 A.Kelty Davis 8 GEF (£50 - £70) 1338) Shilling 19th Century Somerset - Bristol 1811 Messrs FRAs GARRATT, Wm TERRELL, EDWD BIRD,LANt BECK & FRANs H.GRIGG. Davis 21, EF (£40 - £60) 1339) Shilling 19th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham 1811 Payable at the Workhouse, Davis 8, NEF and lustrous, Halfpenny 1793 Warwickshire - Birmingham Boy Standing/Shields bearing four hedgehogs, crest another hedgehog DH50 NEF with traces of lustre (£60 - £80)

holed, once cleaned. Theatre Token countermarked on a France 10 Centimes 1854A, ‘EMPIRE IMMENSE SUCCESS THEATRE’ Countermark Fine, coin VG. Inn/Pub Tokens (2) Twopence undated John Brown Oddfellows Arms, Tunstall About VF, Threehalfpence John Markey Primrose Hill Retreat, Fine with pitted surfaces (£90 - £120) 1342) Unofficial Farthing Tokens (10) Wales - Monmouthshire, Abergavenny J.H.Conway Grocer, Tea & Coffee Dealer Bell 7546 NVF, Ireland - Dublin (2) undated, Todd Burns & Co. Tailors Drapers and General Furnishers 47 Mary St. Dublin Bell 6320 Fine, Byrne & Co. Tea and Wine Merchants, 6&7 Granby Row Bell 5970 Fine, 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, John B.Hanman, Southgate St. Gloucester, 1660 VG, John Nutall 3494, Grocer, Tea Dealer and Importer 206 Deansgate, Manchester, Fine, Henry Evans, Oldham, Tea Dealer, Market Place, 4210 Good Fine, along with Inn/Pub Tokens (4) Sherborne Threehalfpence 1845 Half Moon Inn NVF, Worcester Cross 2 1/2d T.Ward About Fine, Threehalfpence 1850 George Hotel, Castle Carry, F.W.Harrold EF and lustrous, 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 (£240 - £280)

Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 1343-1427) 1343) 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 Fine, Anti-Slavery Society undated (c.1790) 33mm diameter in white metal, Obverse: Chained Slave kneeling, right, Reverse: WHATSOEVER YE WOULDTHAT MEN SHOULD DO TO YOU, DO YE EVEN SO TO THEM, DH Middlesex 235, BHM 269 Near Fine (£30 - £70) 1344) Betjeman’s Bygone Britain a 36-medal set by John Pinches 39mm diameter in sterling silver, depicting lost buildings and structures, the reverses with descriptive text, each around 33 grammes Proofs nFDC to FDC in capsules with certificate stating 1266 sets produced (£300 - £400) 1345) Captain Cook Memorial 1779 43mm diameter in bronze by L.Pingo Eimer 780 Obverse: Bust left, draped, IAC. COOK. OCEANI. INVESTIGATOR ACERRIMVS REG. SOC. LOND. SOCIO SVO, Reverse: Fortune, leaning against a naval column, places a rudder upon a globe. NIL INTENTATVM NOSTRI LIQVERE, in exergue: AVSPICIIS GEORGII III, UNC or near so with small nicks and spots (£500 £600)

1340) Shillings 19th Century (3) Northumberland (2) Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1812 Obverse: Arms and supporters/Reverse: View of a Colliery Davis 8, NEF. Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1811 Obverse: Arms and supporters, IOHN ROBERTSON legend, Reverse: Female seated, left holding a spear, the spear points between the N and the D, Davis 11 NEF. Yorkshire - Sheffield 1811 No wreath to shield, Flat tops to 1’s in the date Davies 39 VF (£80 - £100) 1341) Tokens a small and varied group (7) USA Hard Times Token undated (c.1820) New York - Erie County, Patterson Brothers Hardware dealers, Anvil/Padlock, engrailed edge, Near Fine. Ireland - Ballyglunin Estate Truck tokens or Scrip tokens (2) Four Pence W.I.Blake in copper VF, Eight Pence W.I.Blake in copper VF, ‘The Constitution Club’ Pall Mall, London Oval 50mm x 40mm VF,

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1346) Charles I Memorial right facing bust obverse CAROL.I.D.G.M.B.F.ET. H.REX.&.GLOR.MEM, 6 line script reverse REX PACIFICVS VICTVS VINCEBAT HOSTES VICTOR TRIVMPHAT IN COELIS 59mm diameter, silver by Roettiers, Eimer 160, EF and pleasing, a seldom offered medal and the first one we have seen (£800 - £1,200)

1351) Coronation of George VI 1937 Borough of Bridlington 36mm diameter in bronze UNC in the red box of issue (£10 - £20) 1352) Death of Charles James Fox 1806 54mm diameter in copper by T.Webb Eimer 979 Obverse: Bust right, draped C.I. FOX OB.SEP. XIII MDCCCVI Reverse: Victory standing facing, LIBERTATIS HVMANITATISQVE VINDEX GEF/EF (£60 - £100) 1353) Death of Isaac Newton 1727 33mm diameter in silver by J.Dassier, Eimer 506 Obverse: Bust three-quarters facing, draped, right, Reverse: EQ. AUR. PHILOSOPHUS. OBIT. 31. MART. 1727. NATUS ANNOS 85., within a wreath, VF (£40 - £80) 1354) Death of Sir Winston Churchill 1965 a 4-medal set in 18 carat gold by MetalImport Limited comprising 40mm diameter, 30mm diameter, 25mm diameter and 21mm diameter medals total weight 58.07 grammes, UNC and Prooflike in the white Metalimport box with certificate (£1,200 - £1,600)

1347) Coronation of Edward VII 1902 52mm diameter in bronze, by G.Frampton, Eimer 1872 Reverse: Imperial Crown within a radiate circle, lion above, flanked by two trees decorated with the Scottish lion, left, and Irish Harp, GEF in the original box of issue, British Empire Exhibition 1924 51mm diameter in bronze with a dark matt toning, by B.Mackennal/P.Metcalfe Eimer 1987, Reverse Stylized Lion left, beyond: a facade of Wembley Stadium UNC in the box of issue (£40 - £60) 1348) Coronation of Edward VIII 1937 (2) 51mm and 32mm diameter in silver respectively, by Turner and Simpson, Eimer 2044a, GD 281, and Eimer 2044b, GD 283, Obverse: Bust left, crowned, EDWARD. VIII. KING & EMPEROR, Reverse: Britannia standing right, upon a plaque inscribed CORONATION 1937, a wreath in her outstretched hand. Beyond, a façade of Westminster Abbey. EF to A/UNC toned, both in the purple boxes of issue (£40 - £80) 1349) Coronation of Edward VIII, an upright oblong shape 44mm x 63mm in bronze, Bust right crowned and in coronation robes, KING EDWARD VIII CORONATION 1937, within border, a sword and sceptre upright also within the border, UNC toned, in the purple box of issue with CORONATION 1937 crowned on the lid (£40 - £80) 1350) Coronation of George I 1714 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Eimer 470 the official Coronation issue, Obverse Bust right armoured and draped GEORGIVS. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX Reverse the King enthroned right is crowned by Britannia, in exergue: INAVGVRAT. XX. OCT. MDCCXIII, GVF with some contact marks, retaining much original lustre (£100 - £150)

1355) Discovery in Silver a 24-medal set by the Birmingham Mint a tribute to the World’s Greatest Explorers, each piece 44mm diameter and a minimum of 39.85 grammes of sterling silver, only 2500 sets minted, nFDC to FDC each in the book-style holder with informative text covering each individual subject (£260 - £320)

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1356) Egypt International Cotton Congress 1938 72mm diameter in bronze by P.Metcalfe and P.Turin. Obverse: Bust of King Farouk in fez, left, Reverse: A cotton flower, with pyramids in background, XVIIIth INTL. COTTON CONGRESS EGYPT 1938, VF/EF the obverse with some spots, comes in the original marron fitted case of issue (£200 - £300)

1362) George II The Royal Family 1732 impressive 69mm in silver Eimer 528 by Croker and Tanner busts of seven royal children reverse, facing busts of King and Queen obv. GEF/AU without problems normally associated with these large medals rare thus, in fact seldom offered in any grade (£750 - £1,250)

1357) Elizabeth I - Defence of the Kingdom, undated (c.1570) Medalet cast in silver, 23mm diameter, by E.Mestrelle. Obverse: Bust left, crowned and draped, Portcullis before and Rose behind, QVID NOS SINE TE, Reverse: Castle on a mount, between ER, below, a ribbon inscribed O QVANTO (N reversed) across a sphere, VF or better with a hint of toning. The absence of a date suggest this medalet is unlikely to commemorate a specific event or occasion, and the devices of portcullis, rose and castle refer more generally to the solidity of the Sovereign and State. (£350 - £550)

1358) France Agricultural/Wedding medal 1802, 37mm diameter in silver, Obv. Au Cultivateur Laborieux, in exergue Floreal 1802 AN X, rev. Commune Perennitatis Votum, in exergue Secundae Delphini Nuptiae M.DCC.XLVII. Fine, cleaned, holed at the top (£45 - £65) 1359) France, Concours d’Elegance et de Confort Automobile, Ostende 1935, Plaquette 74mm x 84mm in bronze, by C. Devreese NEF with a few small spots (£30 - £60) 1360) France, Exposition Coloniale Internationale, Paris 1931 68mm diameter in bronze by E.P.Blin for Teteger Obverse: Three heads conjoined, left, Reverse Two Elephants face to face, and Exhibition Building. PARIS 1931 GVF (£30 - £60) 1361) GB and World Medals a mixed group in base metal (41) includes many Shooting prize medals, in mixed grades to UNC, along with a GB Crown 1951 UNC and Isle of Man Crown 1980 Proof UNC (£50 - £75)

1363) Germany 1895 80th Birthday of Otto Von Bismarck 38mm diameter in silver by Oertel EF (£50 - £100) 1364) Great Seals of the Realm (2 sets) the first ‘Nineteenth Century’, an impressive five piece collection of medallic 5 ounce pure silver issues depicting the Royal seals of George III (2), George IV, William IV and Victoria superb engraving well presented with detailed historical documentation UNC and in the impressive box of issue,. The second, Great Seals of the Realm, Twentieth Century, an impressive six piece collection of medallic 5 ounce pure silver issues depicting the Royal seals of Victoria, Edward VII, George V (2), George VI and Elizabeth II superb engraving well presented with detailed historical documentation UNC in the impressive box of issue (£440 - £550)

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1365) International Health Exhibition 1884 45mm diameter, by L.C.Wyon (reverse after L.C.Day) 59.05 grammes of 21 carat gold, Eimer 1704, Obverse: Head of Queen Victoria left, diademed and veiled VICTORIA REGINA, Reverse: A globe bearing the fruits of the world, flanked by HEALTH holding a serpent, and EDUCATION holding a wreath,. THE INTERNATIONAL HEALTH EXHIBITION. Exergue LONDON 1884 GEF with small spots on the reverse below Health, and with two test marks on the edge, no signs of damage to the surfaces. Around 254 of these medals were struck in gold, 538 in silver and 820 in bronze, and were awarded to exhibitors in various classes (£1,900 - £2,500)

1366) Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in gold by W.Goscombe John, Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.IORWERTH TYWSOG.CYMRU.M.G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince’s crest within Garter, crowned UNC or near so, slightly bent with light scuffing to the edge in two places, in the Royal Mint red box of issue (£750 - £1,500)

1367) Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in silver by W.Goscombe John, Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.IORWERTH TYWSOG.CYMRU.M.G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince’s crest within Garter, crowned UNC and nicely toned, in the red Royal Mint box of issue (£40 - £80) 1368) Masonic interest (2) St. Bartholomews Hospital Medals (2) each in sterling silver and hallmarked, the first to W Bro A.E.J.Wehitefield No.2744, the second to Bro W.E.Woodward No.2271 both EF (£20 - £40) 1369) Medals (2) Peace of Utrecht 1713 Eimer 460 35mm diameter in silver, 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 by J.Croker, Near VF with some contact marks and edge nicks. Coronation of George I 1714 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Eimer 470 the official Coronation issue, Obverse Bust right armoured and draped GEORGIVS. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX Reverse the King enthroned right is crowned by

Britannia, in exergue: INAVGVRAT. XX. OCT. MDCCXIII, GVF with some pitting and signs of old gilding (£60 - £120) 1370) Medals (4) Coronation of William and Mary 1689 36mm diameter in silver by G.Bower, Eimer 311b cast issues on smaller flans (2) , Obverse: Busts right conjoined, GVLIELMVS ET MARIA D:G: ANG. FRA. ET.HIB.REX.ET.REGINAFID.DEF.&., Reverse: Perseus delivering Andromeda from a sea monster, PRETIVMQ.ET.CAVSA. LABORIS. both Fine. Battle of Blenheim 1704 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Eimer 409 Obverse: bust left, draped, ANNA D:G: MAG: BR: FRA: ET. HIB: REG, Reverse: Britannia seated upon a globe, right, Victory, in her hand regards a captive seated on military trophies, DE.GALL: ET. BAV: AD. BLENHEIM. in exergue: CAPT: ET. CAES: XXXM. SIGN. RELAT. CLXIII. MDCCIV Good Fine with some edge nicks. Union of England and Scotland 1707 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker/S.Bull Eimer 425, Obverse: bust left, draped, ANNA D:G: MAG: BR: FRA: ET. HIB: REG, Reverse: arms of Britain upon escutcheon, supported on a platform inscribed SEMPER EADEM, and decorated with a rose and thistle, crown above is supported by two infant genii, and collar of George of the Garter below NVF/VF holed twice at the top (£70 - £100) 1371) Medals (6) Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in silver, by B.Mackennal, Eimer 1922a the Official Royal Mint issue A/UNC, toned. Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in bronze, by B.Mackennal, Eimer 1922a the Official Royal Mint issue GEF with some small spots, in the Royal Mint box of issue. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 the Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter Eimer 2029a in silver by P.Metcalfe A/UNC toned, in the Royal Mint box of issue. Coronation of Edward VII 1902 31mm diameter in silver, Eimer 1871 the Official Royal Mint issue, A/UNC and attractively toned. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 the Official Royal Mint issue 32mm diameter in silver Eimer 2029b EF. Opening of the National Maritime Museum 1937 32mm diameter in silver by J. Langford Jones, for Spink, Eimer 2049b GEF (£100 - £175) 1372) Medals (9) 1821 Coronation of George IV Eimer 1146 in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue 35mm diameter by B.Pistrucci EF. 1739 Admiral Vernon - Portobello taken (2) 37mm diameter in brass Fine one with corroded surfaces, Fort Chagre 1740 39mm diameter in brass Fine. Rebellion of 1745, 37mm diameter in brass Eimer 597 Reverse: Warrior attacking a Hydra, Fine with some verdigris. Isaac Perrins 1789 Fine with some corrosion. British Victories 1758 44mkm diameter in brass by J.Kirk VF with some corrosion. Crystal Palace 1851 30mm diameter in white metal EF. Frederick the Great of Prussia 1757 Battle of Prague 48mm diameter in bronze VG, with Wellington Token 1812 CUIDAD RODRIGO NEF (£70 - £100) 1373) Medals 19th Century issues in White Metal (4) Royal Exchange, London 1844 60mm diameter by J.Davis GEF and lustrous. Marriage of Albert, Edward Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark 1863, Obverse; Bust of the King right, Reverse: Bust of the Princess Alexandra, left, 38mm diameter by W.Christesen GVF with an edge knock. Marriage of Edward Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark 1863, 32mm diameter Obverse: Conjoined busts left, Reverse: tilted shields, overlapping, EF. Tercentenary of the First English Bible 1535-1835 by Myles Coverdale, Bishop of Exeter, Eimer 1283, by J.Davis EF pierced for suspension (£35 - £75) 1374) Medals a small group (5) Prince Albert Chancellor of Cambridge University 1847, 58mm diameter in silver by G.G.Adams, Eimer 1417 Obverse: Bust left ALBERTUS PRINCEPS, Reverse: CELSISSIUM PRINCEPEM ALBERTUM CANCELLARIUM SUUM FAUSTO FELICIQUE OMINE INAUGURATUM LAETA CONSPICITACADEMIA CANTABRIGIENSIS JULII VI MDCCCXLVII EF and attractively toned. Richard Sainthill 1855 58mm diameter in bronze, by L.C.Wyon, Obverse: Bust right RICHARD. SAINTHILL. OF. TOPSHAM. DEVONSHIRE. NUMISMATIST. BORN. JAN. 28 1787. Olympic Games 1908 Commemorative Medal 51mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1904 by

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B.Mackennal Obverse: Fame standing upon a globe, facing, with head right, with trumpet and palm branch ELIS ATHENS PARIS ST.LOUIS LONDON IN COMMEMORATION OF THE GAMES HELD IN LONDON 1908, Reverse: a quadriga advancing left driven by two standing figures EF. British War Medal 1914-1918 awarded to Pte. J.H.West Yorkshire Light Infantry. Pte.West was killed in action on October 22, 1918, and is buried at Doncaster (Hyde Park) Cemetery Panel. KX416. Lusitania Medal 1915 UNC with some surface corrosion, in the box of issue (£100 - £200)

1381) Peace of Breda 1667 56mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier, Eimer 241 Obverse Bust right, laureate, Reverse Britannia seated on sea-shore, left, surveys her fleet, above, sun pierces clouds, FAVENTAE DEO Exergue: BRITANNIA, edge: CAROLVS SECVNDVS PACIS ET IMPERII RESTITVTOR AVGVSTVS, EF with some minor contact marks fields and rim nevertheless a high grade and pleasing example of this rare type (£600 - £1,000)

1375) Medals a small group (6) Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 25mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issues (3) VF to EF. Coronation of George V 1911 31mm diameter in silver the Official Royal Mint issue GEF. Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF, A/UNC toned in the box of issue the box worn. Coronation of George V 1911 63mm diameter in bronze by Elkington and A.Halliday, GVF once lightly cleaned, in the green box of issue (£50 - £100) 1376) Medals a varied group (14) with some in silver, includes Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1953 33mm diameter in silver Eimer 2085 by Spink EF, Coronation of King Edward VII 1902 51mm diameter in bronze Obverse: Portraits of the King and Queen in ovals, Reverse: Britannia standing, hand resting on Shield of Arms, River Thames and London landscape beyond, NEF. Austria and Germany, Austrian Succession medal 1742, Fine, with other 20th Century issues George V to Elizabeth II, in mixed grades some EF to UNC and boxed, and a Roman Denarius mounted on a chain, Fine (£40 - £80) 1377) Medals, Tokens and Paranumismatic (153) mostly 20th Century with a few earlier, in mixed grades (£70 - £140) 1378) Medals, Tokens and Paranumismatic a small and varied group (around 0.9 Kilos), includes a few silver items (£35 - £75) 1379) Milestones of the Millennium 2000 The Three Graces an off-metal striking in lead (legend states struck in .999 silver) UNC (£20 - £40) 1380) Monaco Gold medal 1866-1966 Centenary of Monte Carlo, Obverse: Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace conjoined busts, Reverse: Charles III standing, behind a view of the principality 6.93 grammes of .900 gold GF/NVF with some surface marks (£160 - £220)

1382) Resolution and Adventure Medal 1772 43mm diameter off-metal in brass, by Matthew Boulton, John Fothergill and John Westwood (Westwood not credited on the medal) Eimer 744a type a identified by the die flaw in the left of the exergue. Obverse: Bust right laureate GEORGE. III. KING. OF. GR. BRITAIN. FRANCE. AND. IRELAND. ETC. Reverse: Two ships at sea RESOLVTION ADVENTURE, Exergue: SAILED. FROM. ENGLAND MARCH. MDCCCLXXII , Fine or better and bold, missing the swivel mount as originally issued. Examples of the medal were distributed to the inhabitants of the Pacific Islands during the second voyage of mariner and explorer Captain James Cook. The logs of the Resolution and the Adventure record more than 30 places where the distribution took place, and examples mostly appear in a worn and weathered state (£1,800 - £2,200)

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1383) Rowing Medals to W.J.Fernie (2) University Cambridge Trial Eights Winning Crew 1895 , 51mm diameter in silver by D.Munsey/ Peters of Cambridge, in half lunette-style presentation holder , boxed, with old white toning, suggesting once fully encased, the case with a shield-shaped plaque with inscription of the crew, and weights of the crew, and positions in the boat. W.J.Fernie is shown as Stroke position. The final elimination trial for rowers for entrance into the Cambridge Boat Race Crew for the historic University Boat Race. This is the only time prior to the Boat Race that the crews race over the full 4 1/4 mile Putney to Mortlake course. These race were contested intra-University Oxford v. Oxford and Cambridge v. Cambridge to decide the final crews. The Race still takes place today, although the medal prize has been replaced by the award of sponsored clothing and equipment to the competitors. Head of the River - Trinity Hall 51mm diameter in silver, by D.Munsey of Cambridge, in lunette-style presentation holder, boxed, with old white toning, the case with a shield-shaped plaque with inscription of the crew and their respective positions in the boat. W.J.Fernie is shown as position 7 in the boat, and his name and position are inscribed on the outer ring of the lunette case. UNC, both medals in the black boxes of issue. A fascinating insight into the history of the lead up to the annual University Boat Race. (£100 - £200) 1384) Rowing Prize Medal in silver, The Old Barnes Challenge Cup for Eight Oars, Metropolitan Amateur Regatta Established 1866, an impressive 58mm diameter, obverse with an ornately engraved trophy, A/UNC and lustrous in a John Pinches box (£60 - £80) 1385) Signing of the Armistice 10th Anniversary 1928 (2) 76mm diameter in silver and 76mm diameter in bronze, by C.L.J.Doman, Eimer 2008a Obverse: The Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London THEIR NAME LIVETH ON FOR EVERMORE. In Exergue NOVEMBER 11th MCMXVIII. Reverse: an allegory of Deliverance: Great Britain advancing, left, supporting a youthful warrior, hand bandaged and shackles broken, offers a wreath to the memory of fallen heroes. A/UNC to UNC, the silver medal boxed, the bronze medal with some light spots, Eimer states that only 547 large size silver medals, and only 742 large size bronze medals were struck (£80 - £100) 1386) Silver Medals (4) The 2009 Royal Mint 65mm diameter Silver Medal 5oz. UNC with matt finish, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. 40th Anniversary of Decimalisation 1971-2011 5oz. Silver Proof nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain 1990 Silver Proof, 53.3 grammes, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. Royal Mint ‘Fleur-de-Coin’ Club Silver Membership medal undated, 83 grammes of .925 silver UNC with matt finish, accompanied by the Royal Mint lapel badge, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£95 - £135) 1387) The 100 Greatest Masterpieces a 99-piece set, missing issue number 60 (‘The Flight Into Egypt’ by Glotto) each medal 51mm diameter in silver and weighing around 65 grammes, by John Pinches Ltd. All but one medal (number 84 - The Maids of Honor by Diego Velazquez) has the accompanying certificate Prooflike UNC to FDC a few with light toning, or with light hairlines or contact marks, many on the cards of issue (£1,700 - £2,200) 1388) The Ancient Counties of England by the Birmingham Mint a 40-medal set, issued to commemorate the boundary changes in 1974, UNC and lustrous, each around 40 grammes of .925 silver, in the large wooden box of issue, comes with large information folder and a reproduction af an old map (£400 - £600) 1389) The Bicentennial History of the United States Silver Ingots a 41-piece set by Franklin Mint, depicting key moments, events and dates, each ingot 750 grains Sterling (approximately 48.6 grammes) originally part of a 100-ingot set UNC and lustrous on the cards of issue (£550 - £700)

1390) 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 around 39 grammes each, nFDC-FDC some with a hint of toning housed in the two blue albums as issued, the certificate album gives an extensive background to each of the subjects (£500 - £1,000) 1391) The Life of Christ a 25-medal set by the Franklin Mint each medal 40mm diameter in gold-plated sterling silver, issued 1988-1990 UNC on the cards of issue (£160 - £200) 1392) The World’s Greatest Sculptures by the Franklin Mint (1980s issues) a 45-piece set in gold-plated bronze each medal 51mm diameter and with impressive detail UNC on the Franklin Mint cards of issue (£40 - £80) 1393) USA The Union Fire Insurance Company of London, merger with the Victoria Insurance Company of New York 1896, 38mm diameter, 26.45 grammes af 18 carat gold, Obverse: bust left, laureate, crowned and veiled, VICTORIA QUEEN AND EMPRESS, in the fields TO COMMEMORATE THE 60TH YEAR OF HER MAJESTY’S REIGN, Reverse: A shield with four clasped hands upon it flanked by the Union Jack and USA flags, the American eagle and arrows above, UNION OF LONDON 1714 AND VICTORIA OF NEW YORK 1836 by F.Bowcher, for Spink and Sons. A/UNC with light scratches on the edge where possibly once mounted, the surfaces showing no signs of mounting, Rare, we note a silver example was offered in the Professor Wayne Newman Palmer Collection in a USA auction. No recent auction transactions have been recorded for the gold medal. The present day descendent of these companies is Commercial Union Assurance Company (£750 - £950)

1394) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 an 11-medal set by F.Bowcher for Spink and Son, comprises Eimer 1820 - Victory on globe, May God Preserve our Queen and her Heirs, Britons Rejoice, The Four Longest Reigning Monarchs in English History, God Bless our Queen types, these 38mm diameter, British Commerce, Army and Navy, The Royal Family, Primates of All England, and Prime Ministers of Her Majesty’s reign these 51mm diameter, and The British Empire 75mm diameter all EF and nicely matched, in white metal in open octagonal case, an eye-catching set (£150 - £250) 1395) 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 (£150 - £300) 1396) Albania (4) Order for Good Service to State and Society First Class, Second Class and Third Class awards, with Era of Communism Medal Red star above Red flag VF to EF (£100 - £120)

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1397) Albania Nene Heroine (Awarded 1955-1990) awarded to mothers of 10 children EF, Albania Motherhood medals, First class, Second class and Third Class, EF with ribbons, with awards for Agriculture, Arts, Military and Distinguished Master of Professions, in mixed grades to EF, along with Hungary (2) Service to the Homeland Class 1 UNC boxed, Hungary 20 Years Exemplary Military Service UNC boxed (£140 - £160) 1398) Belgium (6) Civil Decoration - Bravery, Devotion and Philanthropy, First Class enamelled, Belgium Civil Decoration - Belgium - Medal of the Order of the Crown (2) normally awarded for a minimum of 25 Years service in the Public Sector, Civil Decoration for Long Service in Administration, Order of Leopold II, Belgium First Class Long Service Award (pre-1952), Italy World War I War Cross of Merit, Syria 1967 Six-Day War medal, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 1399) Death Plaque and World War I pair to Sgt.George William Newland S/964, 12th Battalion Rifle Brigade, British War Medal and Victory medal, comes with copies of Army records, and record of entitlement to the 1914-15 Star and award of the 1914-15 Star, Sgt. Newland was killed in action in Belgium on 18/8/1917 and is buried at Tyne Cot Memorial Panel 145 to 147. (£125 - £175) 1400) East Germany Banner of Labour medals (2) UNC with ribbons and pins, both boxed, and East German Merit medal UNC boxed (£40 - £60) 1401) General Service Medal 1962 with South Arabia clasp, awarded to 2/Lt. A.W.G Sykes, Coldstream Guards, some surface marks, Bright EF (£30 - £60) 1402) General Service Medal with Malaya clasp to 23387329 Pte. J.Muir, Kings Own Scottish Borderers GVF with some scratches (£60 - £80) 1403) Hanoverian Medal for Waterloo 1815 awarded to Soldat Ludwig Schnat, Landwehr Battalion, Hameln. VF with some surface marks and edge nicks. Commanded by Major Von Strube, the Battalion was part of the 5th British Infantry Division under the command of Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Picton, who was the highest ranking allied casualty at Waterloo, and one of two MPs to be killed at Waterloo. The medal was authorised by the Prince Regent on behalf of his father George III in his capacity as Elector of Hanover and this was conferred on survivors of the battle. (£850 - £950)

1404) Hungary (10) Meritorious Service Medal for the Nation, orange ribbon, Communist Police medal for Public Security (3) First Class, Second Class ands Third Class, Degree of Merchant Service Merit Medals 1956 (3), all UNC and boxed, Order of Labour Medals Established 1948 (3) First Class and Second Class (2) all UNC boxed (£100 - £120) 1405) India General Service Medal with North West Frontier 1930-31 clasp, awarded to 8573 SWR.Mohd Dazim, Kurram Mil. Fine with ribbon (£30 - £60) 1406) India Medal 1895-1902 with 3 clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Samana 1897 and Tirah 1897-98, to Sourar Ujagur Singh, 1st Cal, Ind Horse GVF the end to the mounting clasp broken, the bar still intact (£250 - £300) 1407) Japan a small group (7) Merit Cross, boxed, Order of the Sacred Treasure, 8th Class, Red Cross Membership Medal (2), Order of the Rising Sun, 8th Class, First National Census 1920, Russian War 1904-1905 in gilt bronze with original ribbon and mounting loop, in mixed grades (£115 - £145) 1408) Khedives Sudan Medal 1896-1908 with 2 clasps, The Atbara and Khartoum, to 3225 Pte. Allan, Cameronian Highlanders GVF toned with an edge nick (£225 - £275) 1409) Mercantile Marine Medal 1914-1918 to Charles H.Burgoyne NEF with some tone spots (£40 - £60) 1410) North Korea (5) Order of the National Flag, Medal Military Chest Badge Second Class (around 5.5cm diameter), Order of the National Flag (around 4.8cm diameter), Meritorious Labour Service Medal, Meritorious Agricultural Service Medal, Military Meritorious Medal type 2, in mixed grades to GVF (£200 - £250) 1411) Poland (3) Medal of Merit on the Field of Glory Second Class 1944 in silver NVF boxed. The 40 Years of People’ Poland Commemorative medal EF cased, Union of Veterans of the Republic of Poland and Former Political Prisoners (instituted 1965) UNC with miniature, comes with recipients book (£40 - £60) 1412) Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902 Second type reverse with 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State and Transvaal clasps, to 3641 Pte.E.Smith 1st Cameronian Highlanders About EF with some contact marks (£110 - £140)

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1413) Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902 Second type reverse with 5 clasps, Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal and Laing’s Nek, and King’s South Africa Medal 19011902 with 2 clasps, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 a pair awarded to 4844 Pte. C.Hunt, Devon Regiment, About EF the reverse with some contact marks (£275 - £325) 1414) Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902 Second type Reverse with ‘ghost’ date (date removed) awarded to 35518 G.Davies 4th.Bat. Imperial Yeomanry (mis-spelt Yeomanry on the edge) with three clasps:- Dreifontein, Paardeberg and Relief of Kimberley GVF with ribbon (£75 - £150)

1422) Waterloo Medal 1815 with clip and ring suspension, awarded to George Scougall, Royal Horse Guards recorded on the Waterloo Roll , Page 63 Royal Horse Guards, the recipient served in Captain William Robert Clayton’s Troop, under Lt. Hill, was wounded at Waterloo and on the sick roll the following day. Comes with typewritten note stating:- ‘He appears on the muster roll covering the period of the Battle of Waterloo with the remark ‘sick’. There is no indication as to how long or the exact period of his sickness’ Bright Fine/Good Fine with some surface marks (£750 - £1,500)

1415) Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902 Second type reverse with Natal clasp, to 9650 Dr. W.C.Gerrard A.S.C. EF the obverse with some tone spots (£120 - £150) 1416) Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902 Third type reverse with 5 clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902, to 5131 Pte.W.Graham Cameronian Highlanders, NEF (£140 - £180) 1417) Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902 Third type reverse with 5 clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith and Laing’s Nek, to 4371 Pte. T.Hill W.Yorkshire Regiment, VF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£160 - £200) 1418) Russia - Victory over Prussia 1759, 40mm diameter in silver by T.Ivanov, Diakov #105.1, Smirn #241a. Obverse: Bust right Б·М·ЕЛИСАВЕТЪ·I·IМПЕРАТ·IСАМОД·ВСЕРОС. Reverse: Warrior in ancient dress holding banner on the battlefield. Bodies, arms and flag with FR (Fridericus Rex) on ground. ПОБЕДИТЕЛЮ, in exergue: НАД ПРУСАКАМИ АВГ 1 Д 1759. Fine with grey toning (£250 - £400)

1419) Second Cameronians Scottish Rifles Sporting Prize Medals in silver (3) Inter Company Hockey Tournament 1923 won by H.Q Wing BDSM H.Fyfe, Inter Platoon Hockey Tournament, won by Brass Band Pte.H.Fyfe, Inter Company Cricket Tournament won by H.Q Wing BDSM H.Fyfe, each with the design incusely engraved all in Hamilton & Co. Calcutta, Delhi and Simla boxes (£50 - £100) 1420) South America a small group (5) Colombia Fifth Class Order of Boyaca, Chile Order of Naval merit, Peru (3) National Service Medal, Army Medal Guardia Civil del Peru, Order of the Hipolito Nuanue in mixed grades to EF (£80 - £120) 1421) Turkish Crimea Medal 1855 Instituted by Sultan Abdulmecid I, British Reverse, awarded to Serjt. F.Bussell M.T. , issued unnamed, these were unofficially named later, the rank appears to be added later, Good Fine (£50 - £100)

1423) World War I Distinguished Conduct Medal, George V Military Medal, to 52349 Sgt.E.J.Grant MGC (CAV) EF toned with ribbons, these medals awarded for actions on consecutive days, comes with framed photograph and copies of medical and service records, and Military History sheet, along with World War II Battle of the Somme medal, UNC with ribbons (£400 - £500)

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1424) World War I Group of three, 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory medals to 1214 Acting Sergeant Henry Winrow 5th (Wigan) Battalion, Manchester Regiment. GVF. Henry Winrow was appointed Lance Corporal on 13th July 1912, promoted to acting Corporal on 28th November 1914 and acting Sergeant on 12th December 1914. He served in Gallopoli and Mudros from 19th August 1915 until 16th January 1916. He was discharged on 21st January 1916 on completion of his Territorial engagement. Comes with copy service papers. (£70 - £120) 1425) World War I pair to Pte. A.J.H Phelps 46/47 2/4 Buffs, East Kent Regiment, World War II Africa Star, Italy Star, World War II War Medal and General Service Medal with Palestine 1945-1948 clasp, this to 1 489579 Spr.J.S.Phelps R.E, (Son of the aforementioned A.J.H. Phelps) British Fire Services Association Long Service and Efficiency Medal GVF to UNC, and insignia badges (5) including Royal Engineers, along with Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday UNC on the card of issue, Crowns (14) 1951, 1953, 1977 (5), 1980 (2), 1981 (5), Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games (2) GEF to UNC, and Penny George V worn (£50 - £75) 1426) World War II a 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., World War II, along with New Zealand Infantry a casualty group of five, awarded to 9179 L/Cpl G.W.Wheeler comprising 1939/45 Star, Africa Star, 1939/1945 War Medal, New Zealand War Service Medal and New Zealand Memorial Cross, all privately engraved, EF. L/Cpl. Wheeler was killed in action by a stuka raid on the New Zealand Division Greece 27/4/1941 (£100 - £150) 1427) Yugoslavia (6) Socialist Federal Republic ‘10 Years of Yugoslav Army’ in gilt bronze, Medal for bravery, instituted 1943, in gilt bronze, Medal of National Merit (pre-1973 award) with Zasluge spelling in the legend, Medal of Labour (with ribbon bar), instituted 1945, Yugoslav Army Order for Bravery in gilt bronze (red ribbon with three narrow yellow edge stripes) (2), in mixed grades to EF (£40 - £60)

Miscellaneous Items (lots 1428-1467) 1428) A Large Coin cabinet with 14 trays and three additional drawers 450mm x 390mm x 435mm in good second-hand condition (£25 - £75) 1429) A wooden cabinet with two home-made trays will hold 89 coins of differing sizes, in good second-hand condition (£10 - £20) 1430) An ornamental Silver Key weighing 87.6 grammes UNC in a fitted presentation box, as part of a group GB and World Medals, Tokens, some cap badges and numismatic items (93) includes some in silver and some boxed items, a varied group, in mixed grades to UNC (£75 - £100) 1431) Books (10) The Bronze Coinage of the Late Roman Empire by Hugh Goodacre, Spink 1922. The Milled Silver Coinage of Great Britain, Spink 1925. The Coin Collector’s Manual Volumes I and II by H. Noel Humphreys 1853. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in the County of Hertfordshire by George C.Williamson. Glendining & Co. Auction Catalogue 4th November 1958 Part VII of the Richard Cyril Lockett Collection (English part III). English Coins by George C. Brooke, 1932. Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland, The British Museum 1899. Catalogue of the

Coins and Medals of the Tudors and Stuarts for sale by B.A.Seaby Ltd. Roman Silver Coins Volume I The Republic to Augustus, by H.A.Seaby 1967 in mixed condition (£0 - £30) 1432) Boxes (empty of coins) for the 1937 Four Coin Gold Set official Royal Mint Boxes (6) good second-hand (£80 - £100) 1433) Brooch with the design taken from the three minetae Sestertius of Septimus Severus Sear 6416 NVF (£20 - £40) 1434) Costume Jewellery and related including chains, rings and broaches all tested as non-precious metal and non-precious stones, a quantity of promoters Zirconia Simulant Diamonds, two bags reported to be uncut emeralds, and a quantity of tiny silver bars, (lot) bought as seen with no return option (£50 - £250) 1435) Countermarked (18) Ancients to Victoria, some unofficial, a wide variety Poor to Fine (£20 - £40) 1436) Countermarked (5) Brazil 20 Reis 1787 countermark GF, host coin Fine, Guadeloupe 3 Sols 9 Deniers 1793 on French Colonial 12 Deniers 1767A countermark Fine, host coin G/VG, GB Shilling George III 1819 with IT countermark, countermark About Fine, host coin VG, Mexico 2 Reales worn, holed and with unknown countermark, Switzerland 20 Rappen 1850 worn, with unofficial (?) GENEVA countermark (£20 - £50) 1437) Countermarked, Halfcrown 1720 20 over 17 Roses and Plumes ESC 590, Bull 1555 Near Fine, the obverse with GAISFORD countermarked three times (£50 - £100) 1438) Enamelled Crown George III 1817-1820 5 colours, good workmanship, on a pin brooch mount (£30 - £60) 1439) Enamelled George III Crowns (3) reverses enamelled, each with reasonable workmanship, two with pin mounts on the obverse (£140 - £180) 1440) Engraved Halfpenny 1853 with the Queen’s head re-engraved into a male head with beard, moustache and uniformed on the neck, Good Fine and unusual (£30 - £40) 1441) Gaming Counter Simon de Passee Edward III Fine with a small hole and a small plug, along with Mint Error - Mis-Strikes (3) Shilling 1932 George V partial brockage, the incuse design struck over about 2/3 of the flan, the last digit of the date struck in correct relief on one side, the first three digits incuse and reversed on the other side, Fine and highly unusual, Penny 1917 on a spread flan each side with an incuse impression of the other over the main design, this possibly done after minting, Good Fine, Co-op Brass token - Oldham Threepence with double striking to the reverse, the overstrike covering around half the token on both sides EF and lustrous (£30 - £70) 1442) Halfcrown 1646 Newark a display imitation on a thick flan weighing 13.97 grammes, made possibly in Victorian times, Bold Fine and of good style (£20 - £50) 1443) Jewellery items (5) a pair of curved drop ear-rings, one missing the pin, a key pendant with 18 forming part of the design, a small ornamental dove, and a locket with a thin layer of 9 carat gold forming the front and back, only the last item with a hallmark, in mixed condition (£10 - £30) 1444) Medallic Hub Trial 1845 in bronze obverse uniface for Belgium Medal The Belgian Liberals of Eugenie Sue, LES LIBERAUX BELGES A EUGENE SUE, 51mm diameter in bronze, the medal by Hart, January 1845, EF (£50 - £150) 1445) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Cyprus 5 Mils 1955 on a smaller 23mm diameter flan, Fine, comes with the standard coin on a 25.5mm diameter flan for comparison (£50 - £60)

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1446) Mint Error - Mis-strike Farthing George III a spectacular obverse double struck brockage, the second striking 13mm off the first, the ‘overlapped’ area showing incuse renditions from both coins, VG a highly unusual piece (£25 - £50) 1447) Mint Error - Mis-strike Florin Reverse brockage Fine or better, along with Florin 1883 VG/Near Fine (£75 - £150) 1448) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny 1739 double struck the obverse showing two exergues and part of a duplicated date, the obverse with a doubled portrait profile and interestingly a long die-break, possibly the actual die-break piece, and thereby causing the doubling (£30 - £60) 1449) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Straits Settlements One Cent 1845, the obverse legend not struck (or removed) Obverse portrait VG, Reverse Near Fine, viewing recommended (£25 - £75) 1450) Mint Error- Mis-Strike Crown 1960 the edge mostly plain with only a tiny amount of milling visible all the way round, at one extremity of the edge, also with a planchet clip at 5 o’clock, About UNC and very unusual (£40 - £50) 1451) Mint Error- Mis-Strikes (2) Crowns 1960 both weak edge milling with a plain area in the centre of the edge all the way round About UNC and unusual (£30 - £40) 1452) Mint Errors - Mis-strikes (11) GB and World includes GB Penny 1963 with a major lamination flaw, also off-centre and planchet clips in mixed grades some in lustrous UNC (£25 - £50) 1453) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Decimal Ten Pence 1973 with a planchet clip NEF, Iran 2000 Dinars (2 Kran) AH1310 Near Fine struck around 10% off-centre with around 4mm blank flan (£20 - £40) 1454) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (5) Decimal Twenty Pence 2005 struck in iron? With a trace of copper colour on the surface, the edge with a raised ‘seam’. 3.3 grammes EF. Decimal Ten Pences (2) 1997 struck off-centre with a slightly raised ‘lip’ between 2 and 5 o’clock on the reverse, Plain edge, About EF, 2014 struck slightly off-centre the edge mostly plain with a thin strip of milling. Decimal Five Pence 2000 struck in iron? with a trace of copper colour on the surface, 1.61 grammes, VF. Decimal One Penny 1999 struck in steel with no copper coating, 3.34 grammes EF (£150 - £200)

1460) Paranumismatic items, a varied group includes a small group of badges and buttons (around 6 Kilos) in mixed grades (£40 - £80) 1461) Silver and Gold :- In Silver -: The Most Famous Landmarks of the World (Tower Bridge, Brandenburg Gate, Colosseum, Eiffel Tower to name a few) all on Official Silver Coin Bars 17 small silver bars featuring the land marks with 10 in a presentation card, One Ounce fine silver bars (6) various sized silver bar money with a variety of themes (11 with one cased), Liberia 10 Dollars 1996 One Ounce Silver Bar money. In Gold :- Tristan Da Chuna Half Crown 2009 0.5 grams pure, Solomon Islands 10 Dollars 2014 Tower Bridge 1 gram pure, Suisse 1 gram pure gold bar all. Unc - BU as issued (£100 - £200) 1462) Silver dishes (3) the first with a Twopence 1797 set into the base, the second with a Crown-medal 1977 EF set into the base, the third with a Coronation Medal 1902 Eimer 1870 64mm diameter in bronze, the dishes 125mm, 130mm and 135mm diameter respectively (£100 - £150) 1463) Sterling Silver, Powder Puff, Cigarette Case (1955), Ladel, Tea Spoon Set (cased) and two cased 6 piece cutlery sets (£350 - £550) 1464) Tokens, Jettons, Weights, includes some medals, a Masonic uniface medal in silver (?) by F.Halliday with holed for suspension, with set square attached, and paranumismatic items (74), in mixed grades (£30 - £60) 1465) Toy Money and Spielgeld (121) a wide variety, includes GB, Germany and Belgium, in mixed grades (£30 - £60) 1466) Two Shillings 1889 Coryton Proposed coinage, struck on a 27mm square flan, in silvered bronze? Obverse: Bust of King George III right, on an ornate background PROPOSED CORYTON COINAGE, Reverse: TWO SHILLINGS 1889, in three lines, crowned, NVF tooled in the fields, (as made?) the edge with a seam suggesting made in two halves in the style of an electrotype, a highly unusual item, no information regarding the mintage or previous sales could we uncover (£50 - £100) 1467) Westminster and similar boxes (12) some with trays in good second-hand condition, must be collected from the auction room on the day of the sale (no postal service) (£0 - £20)

1455) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (93) misshapen flans, Spread flans, damaged flans, weak strikes and more, along with a further group of blank flans (15) in mixed grades (£100 - £120) 1456) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes, United Kingdom INA Fantasy Pattern Euro errors (5) 2 Euros 2002 apparently struck in brass with the outer ring plated, 2 Cents undated (2002) reverse brockage, 2 Cents 2002 the obverse with a tall raised lip over 1mm high, 1 Cents an obverse and reverse uniface pair each struck in silver, an unusual group, A/UNC to UNC (£70 - £100) 1457) Mint Errors - Mis-strikes, United Kingdom INA Fantasy Pattern Euro errors (6) 2 Euro 2003 struck in copper 13.24 grammes, 50 Cents 2003 with different reverse design: large 50 to right, with globe and dove to left PROVA PROBE believed unique, 9.6 grammes, 10 Cents (2) 2003 struck in copper, 6.27 grammes (normal issue 4.8 grammes) with a sample goldine issue for comparison, 2 Cents 2003 (2) both struck in nickel each 5.47 grammes, UNC and lustrous (£80 - £100) 1458) Model or Toy Money (109) mostly by Lauer, Victoria and Edward VII, in mixed grades (£85 - £115) 1459) Paranumismatic items and Machine Tokens (around 7 Kilos) a varied group in mixed grades (£40 - £80)

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English Cased and Proof Items (lots 1468 -1792) 1468) A Celebration of Britain - Great British Icons - Five Pound Crowns a 6-coin set comprising 2009 Mind Series-Stonehenge, 2009 Mind Series-Big Ben, 2010 Body Series-River Thames, 2010 Spirit Series Courage - Churchill, 2010 Spirit Series - Music, 2010 Spirit Series - Pageantry - Kind Hearts and Coronets Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£100 - £150)

1474) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2007 the 4-coin set comprising £100 One Ounce, £50 Half Ounce, £25 Quarter Ounce and £10 One Tenth Ounce nFDC-FDC (the £100 with a hint of brown toning) in the box of issue with certificate, the outer case not pristine (£1,750 - £2,000)

1469) Britannia 2016 Proof Set The Changing Face of Britain (6 coin pure silver proofs) £2, £1, 50p, 20p, 10p 5p Britannias FDC in the Royal Mint presentation box with certificate (£75 - £100) 1470) 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 215 of just 250 sets issued, this set listed by Spink as PPBCS1 (£1,900 - £2,200)

1475) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2017 30th Anniversary of the First Britannia, the 6-coin set comprising £100, £50, £25, £10, £1 and 50 Pence each coin with ‘30 in Trident’ privy mark, all in NGC holders ‘One of the first 30 struck’ all graded NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo, the £100 with a very low mintage of just 280 pieces, in the Royal Mint presentation box with certificate and booklet, certificate number 22 of just 30 sets issued in this format (£2,600 - £3,200)

1471) Britannia Gold a 3-coin set 2010 comprising Fifty Pounds (Half Ounce), Twenty-Five Pounds (Quarter Ounce) and Ten Pounds (One Tenth Ounce) (£700 - £1,100)

1472) Britannia Gold Proof Set 1990 the 4-coin set S.PBG07 FDC in the black box of issue with certificate, a scarcer date set with only 527 sets minted (£1,900 - £2,200)

1476) Britannia Silver Proof 4-Coin Sets (2) 1998, 2001 FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £200) 1477) Britannia Silver Proof 4-Coin Sets (2) 2001 FDC, 2003 nFDC with a small tone spot on the One Pound, FDC in the boxes of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 1478) Britannia Silver Proof 4-Coin Sets (2) 2005, 2007 FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £200) 1479) Britannia Silver Proof 4-coin Sets (3) 1998 nFDC-FDC the Two Pounds with a hint of toning, 2007 FDC, 2008 FDC all in the boxes of issue with certificates (£225 - £300) 1480) Britannia Silver Proof 4-coin Sets (3) 1998, 2001, 2003 FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£225 - £300)

1473) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2006 the 4-coin set comprising £100 One Ounce, £50 Half Ounce, £25 Quarter Ounce and £10 One Tenth Ounce S.PBG27 nFDC-FDC (the £100 with a finger print both sides where once handled) in the box of issue with certificate, the outer case not pristine (£1,750 - £2,000)

1481) Britannia Silver Proof 4-coin sets (4) 1998 FDC, 2001 FDC, 2010 nFDC with a very small tone spot on the Two Pounds, 2011 FDC all in the boxes of issue with certificates (£300 - £400) 1482) Britannia Silver Proof Set 1997 nFDC to FDC with light toning, Five Pound Crowns (4) 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Silver Proof, 1998 Prince Charles 50th Birthday Silver Proofs (2), 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, Two Pounds (6) 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof Piedfort, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, 1995 UN 50th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proofs (2), One Pound 1998 Silver Proof, Crowns (2) 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, along with World (4) Solo-

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mon Island Dollar 1992 Battle of the Coral Sea 50th Anniversary Silver Proof, Lesotho 10 Maloti 1979 Moshoeshoe II Silver Proof, Mauritius 25 Rupees 1978 10th Anniversary of Independence, Kiribati Five Dollars 1979 Independence Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC all but the Kiribati coin with certificates, GB/USA/France 50th Anniversary of the Allied Invasion 1994 a 3-coin set comprising GB Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Silver Proof, USA Dollar 1995 D-Day Silver Proof, and France 1 Franc 1993 Normandy Landings Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with all certificates (£250 - £400) 1483) Britannia Silver Proof Set 1997 nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the box of issue, no certificate (£60 - £90) 1484) 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 (£75 - £150)

1493) British Coins of World War II 1939-1945, the 1939 set (10 coins), 1940 (10 coins, includes no Halfpenny but two types of Penny), 1941 (9 coins), 1942 (8 coins, no Silver Threepence), 1943 (8 coins, no Silver Threepence), 1944 (9 coins, no Silver Threepence), 1945 in mixed circulated grades, in the presentation cabinet of issue, each coin with history card, Last of the Halfcrowns a 30coin set 1937-1967 in mixed grades to GVF, Last of the Sixpences a 32-coin set 1936-1967 in mixed circulated grades, The Centenary of World War I Penny Collection a 5-coin set 1914-1918 VG accented in gold and rhodium platinum, in the box of issue with certificate, Provincial Mint Pennies (5) 1912H, 1918H, 1918KN, 1919H, 1919KN VG to Near Fine in a presentation box with certificate (£75 - £100) 1494) Fifty Pence 1992/3 EU Presidency S.H5 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£900 - £1,200)

1485) Britannia Silver Proof Sets (4) 2001 , 2008, 2009, 2010 nFDC to FDC lightly toned, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£300 - £500) 1486) Britannia Silver Set 2006 the Golden Silhouette Collection S.PBS07 a 5-coin set of five different previously issued Two Pounds designs (S.BF2A, BF7A, S.BF8A, S.9A, S.BF10A) each with selected gold plating of the obverse and reverse an impressive set Proof nFDC to FDC with a slight hint of toning, housed in the original Royal Mint black case with certificate (£125 - £250) 1487) Britannia Silver Set 2006 the Golden Silhouette Collection S.PBS07 a 5-coin set of five different previously issued Two Pounds designs (S.BF2A, BF7A, S.BF8A, S.9A, S.BF10A) each with selected gold plating of the obverse and reverse an impressive set Proof nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint black case with certificate (£125 - £250) 1488) Britannia Silver Set 2006 the Golden Silhouette Collection S.PBS07 a 5-coin set of five different previously issued Two Pounds designs (S.BF2A, BF7A, S.BF8A, S.9A, S.BF10A) each with selected gold plating of the obverse and reverse an impressive set Proof nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint black case with certificate (£125 - £250) 1489) Britannia Silver Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds 2017 S.BJ1 20oz. Silver Proof, tiny nicks on the reverse, otherwise FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 78 of just 350 minted, with only 250 in this presentation format (£250 - £450) 1490) Britannia Silver Two Pounds (16) 1999 (4), 2001 (2), 2003 (10) UNC some on the Royal mint cards of issue, many still sealed, Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II Silver Proof FDC boxed with certificate, Five Pound Crowns (10) 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary (2), 2001 Victoria Anniversary (2) one in the Royal Mint wallet, 2003 Coronation Golden Jubilee (5), 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday (in the wallet of issue), Plastic Sets 1953 (6) UNC some toned, Royal Mint Year Sets (5) 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986 (2) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Unofficial Year Set 1965 Crown to Halfpenny (9 coins) in mixed grades to UNC, Guernsey Year Set 1986 UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 1982 Liberation UNC in the wallet of issue, Medal Royal National Lifeboat Institution 1977 UNC on the Birmingham Mint card of issue, along with a small amount of Royal Mint printed promotional material (£250 - £350) 1491) Britannia Ten Pounds 2013 5oz. Silver Proof S.BG1 in a large NGC holder ‘First Releases’ and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£100 - £200) 1492) Britannia Two Pounds Silver (3) 2017 S.BF20 with 20 in Trident privy mark, commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the first Silver Britannia, Silver Proofs (2), 2018 S.BF21 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificate (£100 - £120)

1495) Fifty Pence 1998 25th Anniversary of the EEC S.H9 Gold Proof FDC/nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1496) Fifty Pence 1998 NHS 50th Anniversary S.H10 Gold Proof nFDC/ FDC with a hint of toning around the obverse rim, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1497) Fifty Pence 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries S.H11 Gold Proof one small tone spot on the reverse otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1498) Fifty Pence 2003 100th Anniversary of the WSPU S.H12 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1499) Fifty Pence 2004 50th Anniversary of the first 4-minute mile S.H13 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1500) Fifty Pence 2005 250th Anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary S.H14 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1501) Fifty Pence 2007 100 Years of Scouting S.H17 Gold Proof FDC/ nFDC with a hint of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1502) Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girl guiding S.H24 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£480 - £550) 1503) Fifty Pence 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games S.H28 Gold Proof nFDC with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 385 minted with just 260 in this format (£550 £650) 1504) Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings S.H32 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650)

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1505) Fifty Pence 2016 Squirrel Nutkin Silver Proof with coloured reverse S.H36 FDC in the paperweight-style holder, boxed with certificate (£60 - £80) 1506) Fifty Pence 2019 20 Years of the Gruffalo Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 541 of just 600 minted (£800 - £1,000)

cycling, triathalon and tennis). The certificate on this set states 2/29, however the vendor has provided us with actual sales figures (rather than mintage limits) that he has obtained from The Royal Mint which indicate that just 15 of these 11 coin sets exist and states the additional coins issued separately so giving the following total mintages for each sport as Athletics 26, Boxing 18, Rowing 26, Cycling 26, Equestrian 22, Sailing 17, Shooting 17, Tennis 25, Taekwondo 15, Traithalon 22, Canoeing 17 (therefore no Taekwondo coins exist other than in these 15 sets). These are excessively low figures and anyone with an eye to wealth creation should reflect on the current values of Royal Mint proof sets that include gold from yesteryear, sets with mintages of 150 (10 times more than these 50p sets) can realise six figure sums. As far as we could tell this is the first example of this set offered so preparing an estimate can not be done on past results, what we can say is that the 4 individual coins we have sold totalled £20,800 or over £5,000 per coin. (£35,000 - £55,000)

1507) Fifty Pence 2019 Peter Rabbit Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 263 of just 500 issued (£800 - £1,000)

1508) Fifty Pence 2019 Peter Rabbit Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 432 of just 500 issued (£800 - £1,000) 1509) Fifty Pence 2-coin sets 1992-1993 (2) each comprising the 1992-3 EU Presidency and 1992 Britannia issues UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue, one still sealed (£60 - £80) 1510) Fifty Pence, The London 2012 50p Gold Proof Piedfort Olympic Gold Medal Winners Set, a spectacular 11 coin set featuring the 11 sports that Team GB won their 29 medals in. Proof FDC with certificate number 2 (NO. 02 embossed in gold on the wooden lid) housed in a quality cabinet style wooden presentation box with a separate draw for the certificate and CD (unopened), and a CHIEF ENGRAVER MASTER PROOFS presentation card which shows the engraver’s master proofs embossed in gold, the whole with outer card box. This is a rare set and must be The Holy Grail certainly of 50p sets and perhaps of the entire Royal Mint modern series since 1979. Some ambiguity has surrounded the mintages of these coins as the first time they appeared in The Coins of England reference book by Spink it was stated that just two of each coin had been struck one for the designer the other for the gold medallist. Here at London Coins we have offered four individual coins since 2012 all different sports (athletics,

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1511) Fifty Pence, The UK Gold Proof Piedfort Collection 40th Anniversary 1969 - 2009 spectacular 16 coin set all coins dated 2009 obverse but with the reverses of the earlier issue types 1969 Britannia New Pence, 1973 EEC, 1991, 1992/3 EEC, 1982 Britannia New omitted, 1994 D-Day, 1998 NHS, 1998 EEC, 2000 Libraries, 2003 Suffragette, 2004 Bannister, 2005 Samuel Johnson, 2006 VC (2 coins), 2007 Scouts, 2008 Shield, 2009 Kew Gardens Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint wooden cabinet style display cases issue limit just 40 and this No. 26 (£18,000 - £26,000)

1512) Fifty Pences 2016 Olympic Team GB Silver Proofs S.H38 (5) nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue, each with certificate (£150 - £200) 1513) Fifty Pences 2018 100th Anniversary of the Representation of the People Act S.H48 Silver Proofs (7) FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £200) 1514) Five Hundred Pounds 2017 Lunar Year of the Rooster 65mm diameter 5oz. Gold Proof S.5203 FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue, number 15 of only 38 minted (£6,000 - £8,000)

1515) Five Hundred Pounds 2019 Chinese Lunar Year of the Pig 5oz. Gold Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 18 of just 38 minted (£7,000 - £8,000)

1516) Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pound Crowns (4) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Silver Proof, 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Silver Proof, Two Pounds (7) 1986 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof Piedfort, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof Piedfort, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, 2001 Marconi Silver Proof Piedfort, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1989 Bill and Claim of Rights Silver Proofs, 1997 and 1998 a 2-coin set Maklouf and Rank-Broadley portraits Silver Proofs, Fifty Pences (4) 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof Piedfort, 1997 Silver Proof Piedfort, 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 1992/3 EU Presidency Silver Proof Piedfort and Silver Proof pair, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 1992/3 EU Presidency and 1998 EU 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, Crowns (4) 1972 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, Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC some with toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates, Medal 1986 The Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 44mm diameter in silver (37.00 grammes) Silver BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £600) 1517) Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pound Crowns 2012 London Olympics (2) Silver Proof Piedforts with coloured Olympic logo on the reverses, Five Pound Crowns (4) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Silver Proof, 1997 Queen Elisabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Silver Proof, Five Pound Crowns Olympic Countdown part sets (2) each comprising 2009 3-Year Countdown and 2010 2-Year Countdown Silver Proof Piedforts (each having 2 coins of the 4-coin set) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue a few coins with toning (£175 - £350)

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1518) Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, Crowns (3) 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding Silver Proof, 1977 Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Silver Jubilee Silver Proofs (2) , nFDC to FDC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (2) UNC in the blue wallet of issue, Crown 1981 A/UNC, Medals (4) Sir Christopher Wren 1632-1723 63mm diameter in silver by J.Pinches, weighing 198 grammes, Matt finish UNC boxed with certificate, 1977 the Silver Jubilee Commemorative Medal Silver Proof by J.Pinches FDC in the box of issue with certificate, 1977 Silver Jubilee Eimer 2135 in silver by the Royal Mint, Matt finish, lightly toned UNC in the blue box of issue, 1978 Coronation 25th Anniversary in Silver by the Royal Mint, Matt finish, toned UNC in the blue box of issue with certificate, Medallic First Day Covers (6) 1973 Test and County Cricket Board 100 Year of County Cricket, 1973 Royal Wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, 1975 The Turner Bicentenary, 1975 The Railway Sesquicentennial, 1975 Apollo-Soyuz Space Mission, 1977 The Test Cricket Centenary, each with a silver Crown-sized medal and set of Stamps, FDC as issued in the presentation wallets, Great Britons, Medallic First Day Covers a 4 -piece set 1974 Robert the Bruce, Owain Glyndwr Henry V and Edward the Black Prince issue, FDC on the envelopes of issue with stamps, in the presentation album of issue, along with stamped commemorative envelope for the opening of the Royal Mail House Leeds (£200 - £300)

1522) Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor S.L49 Gold Proof, minor contact marks, otherwise FDC retaining full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,400 - £1,600)

1519) Five Pound Crown 2015 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2005 Nelson and Trafalgar Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Proof Set 2011 nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue (£250 - £300) 1520) Five Pounds 2016 - Queens Beasts - The Lion of England Silver Two Ounces UNC in capsule with certificate of Provenance, Two Pounds Shakespeare 2016 One Ounce Silver Proof, Five Pound Crown 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor, Silver Proof Piedfort, Two Pounds 2017 200th Anniversary of the Death of Jane Austen, Silver Proof Piedfort, One Pound 2017 Nations of the Crown Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC some with light toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, The Elizabethan Sixpences a 2-coin set comprising Sixpence Elizabeth I 1569 mintmark Coronet About Fine, and Sixpence 1970 Proof nFDC in the Danbury Mint box of issue with Certificate, Ten Pences 2018 (26) each with the reverse depicting a different letter of the alphabet, UNC on the cards of issue with the ‘Change Checker album (with only one page), St. Helena Twenty Pence 2016 East India Company - Bicentenary of the Guinea, One Ounce Silver Proof with selected gold plating, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£150 - £300)

1523) Five Pound Crown 2017 Prince Philip - Celebrating a Life of Service S.L56 Silver Proof nFDC with light handling marks (£30 - £40) 1524) Five Pound Crown 2018 Sapphire Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II S.L61 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,400 - £1,600)

1521) Five Pound Crown 2017 1000th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Canute Silver Proof Piedfort S.L50 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£60 - £80)

1525) Five Pound Crowns (2) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, Two Pounds (2) 1986 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1997 Maklouf and 1998 Rank-Broadley Portraits, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (2) 1999, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 1983, 1984, 1988, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts 4-coin sets (3) 1984-1987, 1994-1997 and 2004-2007, One Pound Silver Proofs a 4-coin set 1984-1987, Fifty Pences (4) 1992-3 EU Presidency Silver Proof Piedfort, 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, 2004 50th Anniversary of the first 4-minute mile Silver Proof Piedfort, 2005 250th Anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s

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Dictionary Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pences a 2-coin set 1998 EU 25th Anniversary and NHS 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, Crowns (4) 1972 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, Five Pence 1990 a 2-coin set Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Five Pence 1990 Small size Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Jersey One Pound 1981 Bicentenary of the Battle of Jersey Silver Proof nFDC boxed, Medal - The Royal Wedding Medal 1986 Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, plus empty cases (5) each for One Pound Piedforts (£350 - £650) 1526) Five Pound Crowns (2) 1999 Diana Memorial, 2000 Millennium UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Medal RMS Titanic Crownsized Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, One Pound 1995 Wales UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Solomon Islands One Dollar (2) 1991 50th Anniversary of Pearl Harbour UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, 1992 50th Anniversary of Guadalcanal, Numismatic First Day Covers (3) Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England with stamps, One Pound 1997 and One Pound 2001 each with stamps, UNC as issued, and a Medallic First Day Cover Centenary of the Birth of R.J.Mitchell, Aircraft Designer and Designer of the Spitfire aircraft, UNC on the cover of issue with stamps, along with a small group of GB and World coins and medals (23), and a copy of the Coincraft Standard Catalogue 1997, in excellent second-hand condition (£30 - £40) 1527) Five Pound Crowns 2013 The Queen’s Coronation 60th Anniversary Portrait Collection a 4-coin set comprising examples of the Gillick, Machin, Maklouf and Rank-Broadley obverse portraits, each paired with the 2013 Heraldic Royal Arms reverse, S.PGQPS, only 500 examples of each coin minted with only 450 in this presentation style, though Spink states only 148 issued, FDC or very near so with one coin having tiny tone spots visible under magnification, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£4,250 - £5,500)

1528) Five Pound Crowns 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch S.L73 (2) Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, the only Five Pound Crown issue with the James Butler portrait (£100 - £120)

1534) Five Pounds 2012 Gold Proof 2 coin set The Official London 2012 Issues comprising the Olympic and Paralympic Golf Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint’s 2 coin box with certificates (£2,000 - £4,000)

1535) Five Pounds 2017 - The Queen’s Beasts - The Unicorn of Scotland S.QCB2 Cupro-Nickel (10) BU in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£65 - £85) 1536) Five Pounds 2017 - The Queen’s Beasts - The Unicorn of Scotland S.QCB2 Cupro-Nickel (7) BU in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£45 - £65) 1537) Five Pounds 2018 - The Queen’s Beasts - The Black Bull of Clarence S.QCB4 Cupro-Nickel (8) BU in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£60 - £80) 1538) Five Pounds 2019 - The Queen’s Beasts - The Falcon of the Plantagenets Cupro-Nickel BU in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£10 - £20) 1539) Five Pounds Gold 1981 Proof S.SE1 nFDC lightly toned, in the box of issue, no capsule, with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

1540) Five Pounds Gold 2009 S.SE11 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

1529) Five Pound Crowns 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch S.L73 (2) Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, the only Five Pound Crown issue with the James Butler portrait (£60 - £90) 1530) Five Pound Crowns 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor S.L49 Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £250) 1531) Five Pound Crowns 2017 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Platinum Wedding WEDDED LOVE legend S.L57 Silver Proofs (3) FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£75 - £100) 1532) Five Pound Crowns 2018 Remembrance Day Silver Proof Piedforts, each with a coloured Poppy on the reverse (4) FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificate, we note this type is not yet listed in the Spink catalogue (£180 - £220) 1533) Five Pound Crowns a 4-coin set 2009/2010/2011/2012 Countdown to London 2012 Olympics Silver Proofs Piedforts FDC in the case of issue with certificates (£150 - £250)

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1541) Five Pounds Gold 2010 S.SE11 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

1542) Five Pounds Gold 2010 S.SE11 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

1543) Five Pounds Gold 2011 S.SE11 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,500)

1544) GB and World Cased and Proof items (14) Britannia Silver Two Pounds 2013 One Ounce, BU in the Royal Mint box of issue. Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 1999 and 2000 Millennium issues, the 2000 coin with the British Isles having gold highlighting, .999 Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. One Pound two-coin sets 1999 and 2000 (2 sets) Silver Proofs each with reverse frosting FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates. GB/Alderney Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set comprising Alderney Five Pound Crown 2010 Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Engagement, and GB Five Pound Crown 2011 Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Wedding, both gold plated Silver Proofs FDC in the white Royal Mint box of issue with certificates. GB/Alderney Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set comprising Alderney Five Pound Crown 2010 Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Engagement, and GB Five Pound Crown 2011 Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Wedding, Silver Proofs FDC in the white Royal Mint box of issue with single certificate. GB 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill a 2-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2015 Cupro-Nickel UNC, and Crown 1965 UNC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. GB 60th Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II a 2-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 Cupro-Nickel UNC, and Crown 1953 UNC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. China 10 Yuan 2008 Tower of Buddhist incense and 17-Arch bridge in the Summer Palace of Beijing One Ounce Silver Proof with coloured reverse, in the box of issue with certificate. China 10 Yuan 2008 Great Wall of China One Ounce Silver Proof with coloured reverse, in the box of issue with certificate, Falkland Islands/Cayman Islands/Solomon Islands a 3-coin set 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday - The Royal Line comprising Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 2006 Silver Proof, Cayman Islands Five Dollars 2006 Silver Proof and Solomon Islands 25 Dollars Silver Proof each with gold highlighted portrait on the obverse and gold highlighted figure 80 on the reverse nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate, GB/USA Symbols of Freedom a 2-coin set 1997 comprising GB One Pound 1997 Silver Proof and USA Eagle 1997P Silver Proofs nFDC in the box of issue, no certificate, GB/Australia/Canada The Accession Set 2002 a 3-coin set comprising GB Five Pound Crown 2002 Silver Proof, Australia 50 Cents 2002 Silver Proof, and Canada One Dollar 2002 Silver Proof, FDC in the case of issue with certificate, GB/ USA/France 50th Anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Europe a 3-coin set comprising GB Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, USA One Dollar 1995 Silver Proof, France One Franc 1993 Silver Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 1545) GB and World Cased items a large and varied group: GB Five Pounds The Queen’s Beasts 2oz. Silver (3) 2016 The Lion of England, 2017 Griffin of Edward III, 2018 The Unicorn of Scotland, BU in Jubilee Mint boxes with certificates, Twenty Pounds 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Silver BU in a Datestamp holder with First Class Stamp, issued 21 April 2016, in the box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds 2018 Silver One Ounce - Year of the Dog BU in a Datestamp holder with First Class stamp, in the box of issue with certificate, Five Pound Crowns 2011 Prince Philip 95th Birthday Silver Proofs (2) nFDC to FDC in Datestamp holders, each with a First Class Stamp, in the boxes of issue with certificate, Five Pound Crown 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, Two Pounds (2) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, 2018 RAF Spitfire Silver Proof in a Datestamp holder with First Class Stamp, accompanied with a ‘Flown in Spitfire TD314 certificate’, in the box of issue, Crowns ‘The George VI Crown Pair’ 1937 NEF and 1951 Lustrous UNC, Guernsey Five Pound Crowns (2) 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Silver Proof FDC with a sapphire set into the reverse, 2018 The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Silver Proof, Jersey Five Pound Crowns (4) 2017 Platinum Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Proof, 2017 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight 1957-2017 Silver Proof with coloured reverse, 2017 The Duke of Edinburgh 70 Years of Service Silver Proof, 2018 100 Years of the Air Force Silver Proof with coloured Reverse, Isle of Man Five Pound Crown 2017 House of Windsor Centenary Silver Proof Piedfort, Tristan

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da Cunha Five Pounds 2009 St. George and the Dragon Rhodium plated Silver Proof with inset rubies, Tristan da Cunha a 3-coin set 2018 World War I Centenary, Five Pounds, Two Pounds and One Pound Silver Proofs, Tristan da Cunha Crowns a 3-coin set 2014 Queen Elizabeth II 88th Birthday each with different reverses Silver Proofs, Turks and Caicos Islands 20 Crowns 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Gold-plated Silver Proof, Medals (7) Brexit - Article 50 - 29th March 2017 Silver One Ounce Proof (possibly a future rarity with this date?), 2018 Prince Henry and Meghan Markle Royal Wedding One Ounce Silver Proof, 2018 Prince Louis of Cambridge One Ounce Silver Proof, Numisproof 2017 Platinum Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 2oz. Silver Proof with coloured reverse, 1977 Silver Jubilee Medals (2) by the Birmingham Mint one in silver, the other in gold-plated silver, 1974 Christmas Medal 1.58 Troy oz. Silver Proof by Sandhill, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Numismatic First Day Covers (4) Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2017 with five stamps, Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2017 with six stamps - Trooping the Colour issue, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2015 Silver Proof with coloured poppies on the reverse, with set of six stamps, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2014 Silver Proof 60th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight each UNC in the Westminster folders of issue (£300 - £500) 1546) GB and World Cased items a large and varied group: GB The Queen’s Beasts Numismatic Cover comprising Five Pounds 2017 The Unicorn of Scotland and 2017 The Lion of England UNC on the cover of issue with four College of Arms Quincentenary stamps, in Westminster folder, The 2017 Datestamp United Kingdom Specimen Sets (2) each a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2017 King Canute 1000th Anniversary of his Coronation, Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor, Two Pounds 2017 World War I - The War in the Air, Two Pounds 2017 Jane Austen 200th Anniversary of her Death, One Pound 2017, and Fifty Pence 2017 Sir Isaac Newton, UNC boxed with certificate, Five Pound Crowns in Datestamp holders (4) 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee UNC with First Class stamp, 2018 Coronation 65th Anniversary UNC with First Class stamp, 2018 Royal Wedding Harry and Meghan UNC with First Class stamp, 2018 Prince George 5th Birthday, UNC with First Class stamp, Five Pound Crown 2011 Prince Philip 90th Birthday, UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, Two Pounds in Datestamp holders (2) 2016 First World War - The Army UNC with First Class stamp, 2018 RAF 100th Anniversary UNC with First Class stamp, Two Pounds 2018 RAF Spitfire with certificate stating ‘Flown on board Spitfire TD314’ UNC, One Pound a 2-coin set in Datestamp holders 1983 Fine and 2015 The Last round Pound A/UNC each with First Class stamps, One Pound Collectors Packs (4) each containing One Pound 2017 and Brass Threepence 1967 EF to Lustrous UNC in the wallets of issue, Decimal Ten Pence 1968 and Five Pence 1968 A/UNC to UNC in Datestamp holders with First Class stamps, One Pound a 2-coin Numismatic cover 2016 The Last Round Pound and the First 12-sided Pound UNC with One Pound Stamp, on the envelope of issue, The 1953 Coronation coin and Stamp set comprising 10 coins (Crown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC and 4 stamps in the Bradford Exchange box with certificate, The Queen Elizabeth II Crown Collection (9 coins) Crowns (7) 1953, 1960, 1965, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981, and Five Pound Crowns (2) 1990 and 1993 EF to UNC, Coin and Banknote Set 2017 comprising Two Pounds 2017 ~Jane Austen and Ten Pounds Cleland CA37 015191 Polymer, UNC in the wallet of issue, Crown 1953 UNC in Datestamp holder with First Class stamp, Halfcrown 1888 The Queen Victoria Silver Halfcrown VG boxed with certificate, Fiji Ten Dollars 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Silver Proof, Gibraltar Five Pound Crowns (2) 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday-Queen as a Young Child Silver Proof, 2006 Four Portraits of the Queen Cupro-Nickel Proof nFDC to FDC in capsules with certificates, Guernsey (3) Five Pound Crowns (2) 2016 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme Cupro-Nickel Proof with coloured reverse, 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Cupro-Nickel Proof, 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Cupro-Nickel Proof with sapphire inset, Jersey

Five Pound Crowns (4) 2018 Remembrance Poppy Gold Plated Cupro-Nickel Proof with coloured reverse, FDC in the box of issue with certificates, 2015 Sir Winston Churchill 50th Anniversary of his Death (2) UNC, 2015 The David Cornell Portrait coin- The Longest Reigning monarch Cupro-Nickel Proof with gold ink, FDC with certificate, Alderney Five Pound Crowns 2017 Queen Elizabeth I and Prince Philip Platinum Wedding a 3-coin set each with a different reverse design two with coloured reverses Gold plated copper Proofs FDC cased with certificate, Niue Two Dollars 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 65mm diameter in gold plated copper Prooflike UNC with coloured picture of the Queen on the reverse, in the box of issue with certificate, Tristan da Cunha Crowns 2014-2015 an 18-coin set ‘The Crowning Moments of Queen Elizabeth II’ each with a different coloured reverse subject covering key event in the Queen’s life, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Tristan da Cunha Crowns 2015 a 12-coin set each with a different reverse, and coloured, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Tristan da Cunha Crowns 2011-2013 a 6-coin set ‘The Golden Moments of Prince William and Catherine Middleton each with a different reverse in colour, FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Tristan da Cunha Crowns (3) 2014 Prince George First Birthday Gold plated Proof with ruby inset and family portrait in colour nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, 2015 70th Anniversary of VE Day Gold Plated Copper, Prooflike UNC with black-and-white photo reverse, 2016 The Life and Times of Her Majesty the Queen Gold-plated copper Prooflike UNC with colour photo reverse, Medals (6) 2017 Engagement Announcement of Prince Henry and Meghan Markle (2) 38mm diameter Gold-plated Copper Proofs (2) FDC boxed with certificates, Brexit Commemorative 2016 EU Exit Gold plated Cupro-Nickel Proof, 2017 Article 50 Commemorative Gold plated Cupro-Nickel Proof both FDC boxed with certificates, Numisproof Medal undated Canada State visit of 2012 nFDC with coloured photo reverse, still sealed in the pack of issue with certificate, Queen Elizabeth II The Longest Reigning Monarch 9/9/2015, 70mm diameter in Zinc Alloy with antique finish UNC boxed with certificate, British Banknotes a 13-piece set each 51mm diameter each depicting a different coloured image of famous issues of British notes, Prooflike UNC, in the wooden box of issue, The Queen’s Beasts ingot collection a 10 piece set in gold plated brass each piece displaying a different beast with a different coat of arms, the coat of arms in colour, Lustrous UNC in the folder of issue (£200 - £400) 1547) GB and World includes GB Proof Sets (5) Flat Pack 1971, Blue Sets 1986 (4), One Pound Silver Proofs (6) 1984 (3), 1985 (3), Royal Mint Year Sets 1984 (5), Sierra Leone One Leone 1974 10th Anniversary of the Bank of Sierra Leone Silver Proofs (5), World Proof Sets (15) Flat Packs Swaziland 1974 (5), Ceylon 1971 (5), Falkland Islands 1974 (5), nFDC to FDC as issued. World War II Medals (4) Defence Medal 1939-1945 Medal, Burma Star and 1939-1945 Star, Vatican Mint Set 1992 Pope John Paul II UNC, GB unofficial Mint Set 1965 EF to UNC in a slide case, Crown 1935 VF, Decimal and Pre-Decimal in mixed grades includes pre-1947 silver £2.45 face, pre-1920 £0.55p face, in mixed grades. Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 UNC in the blue case of issue, One Pound 1983 UNC on the Royal Mint/Typhoo card of issue, Banknotes One Pound Somerset (12), Page (2) UNC with some consecutives, Crowns (18) 1965 (1), 1977 (12), 1981 (5) GEF to UNC, many in slide cases, World Conservation Series (6) Nepal pairs VS2031 Pheasant and Red Panda issues (3) Silver Proofs FDC in the part cabinet as issued (£250 - £450)

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1548) GB and World Numismatic First Day Covers The Golden Jubilee Medal Cover Half Sovereign 2002 Lustrous UNC, miniature replica medal and set of 5 stamps, E, 65p, 45p, First Class and Second Class. The Queen’s Golden Jubilee comprising Five Pound Crown 2002 Silver Proof and set of 5 stamps, E, 65p, 45p, First Class and Second Class. Life and Times of the Queen Mother comprising Five Pound Crown 2002 Cupro-Nickel UNC and First Class Stamp, UNC on the envelope of issue, Queen Mother Memorial 2002 comprising Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, Cupro-Nickel UNC and 27p stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Queen Mother Memorial 2002 comprising Crown 1980 Queen Mother 80th Birthday Cupro-nickel UNC and 65p stamp, UNC on the envelope of issue. Guernsey/Alderney - Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday comprising Guernsey £25 Gold 2001 75th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II and large £1.75 Alderney stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Jersey Queen Mother Memorial comprising Five Pound Crown 2002 UNC and £2 stamp, UNC on the envelope of issue, Guernsey Queen Mother Memorial comprising Five Pound Crown 2002 UNC and £3 stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Falkland Islands Queen Mother Memorial 2002 comprising Fifty Pence 2002 Silver Proof nFDC and 45p stamp, UNC on the envelope of issue. Zambia Queen Mother 100th Birthday 2000 comprising 1000 Kwacha 2000 Reverse: Queen Mother enthroned at the 1937 Coronation, black and white photo, Cupro-Nickel Proof FDC and 5000 Kwacha stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Zambia Queen Mother 100th Birthday 2000 1000 Kwacha 2000 Reverse: Queen Mother black and white portrait Cupro-Nickel Proof FDC and set of 4x 2000 Kwacha stamps UNC on the envelope of issue. Guernsey/Sierra Leone (2) Queen Mother Memorial 2002 comprising Sierra Leone One Dollar 2002 UNC and set of 5 Guernsey stamps each set with a different coin, stamps and cover design. Turks and Caicos Islands Queen Mother Memorial comprising 5 Crowns 2002 cupro-nickel UNC and 80 Cents stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. St. Helena Queen Mother Memorial 2002 comprising Fifty Pence 2002 Queen Mother Memorial Prooflike UNC with E stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Ascension Queen Mother Memorial 2002 comprising Fifty Pence 2002 Prooflike UNC and First Class stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Gibraltar Queen Mother Memorial 2002 (2) Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Mother Trout Fishing UNC, and 30p stamp UNC on the envelope of issue, and Five Pound Crown 2002 Christening of Prince William 1982 UNC with 42p stamp UNC on the envelope of issue. Isle of Man Queen Mother Memorial (2) Five Pound Crown 2002 Life and Times of the Queen Mother - Castle of Mey UNC with 3x stamps 30p, 26p and 22p UNC on the envelope of issue, Five Pound Crown 2002 Life and Times of the Queen Mother - Love of Horses UNC with 3x stamps, 64p, 52p and 44p UNC on the envelope of issue. First day covers (4), UNC as issued, along with Westminster pages for the Queen Mother album these with the accompanying stamps (9 pages), Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 2002 Trooping the Colour Silver Proof Piedfort, the reverse with coloured bunting, nFDC-FDC in the Westminster box with certificate, Falkland Islands Fifty Pences 2002 The Queen’s Golden Jubilee a 10-coin set Cupro-Nickel Proofs each with a different reverse design and each with coloured bunting nFDC to FDC in the red box of issue with one covering certificate, Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee A/UNC, Crowns (5) 1953 (2), 1972 Silver Wedding, 1977 Silver Jubilee and 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer A/UNC to UNC (£350 - £450) 1549) GB and World Proof and Mint Sets and singles a varied group : GB (10) One Hundred Pounds Silver 2015 Big Ben. Twenty Pounds Silver (4) 2013 George and the Dragon (2), 2016 The Nativity (2) UNC on the cards of issue. Five Pound Crown 2013 The Christening of Prince George, UNC on the Royal Mint cards of issue. Coin and Banknote sets (2) Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday 1996, Five Pound Crown 1997 Cupro-Nickel UNC with Five Pounds Kentfield HM70 002906 UNC, in the wallet of issue, Prince of Wales 50th Birthday 1998, Five Pound Crown 1998 Cupro-Nickel UNC and Five Pounds Kentfield PW50 000167 UNC

in the wallet of issue. Twopence 1797 Fine in a presentation case. Cook Islands Silver One Dollar Ingots 2014 Lunar Year of the Horse 4 ingots nFDC with coloured horses, in a transparent Perth Mint display box with certificate. Ireland Euro Set 2006 (8 coins) Proof FDC in the long box of issue with certificate. Tuvalu One Dollar 2014 Charlie Chaplin Lenticular Silver One Ounce Proof, FDC boxed with certificate. The Millionaires Collection (9 coins) mostly Crown-sized in silver, some withy gold plating, UNC in a display box. GB Waterloo Medal Replica by Worcestershire Medal Service Prooflike UNC in the box of issue with certificate. China a 3-coin set 2000 comprising 5 Yuan (3) One Ounce Proof FDC with coloured Reverse and Half Ounce UNC (2) in the red box of issue with certificates. Canada 5 Dollars Maple Leaf 2001 (3) UNC still sealed in the plastic envelopes of issue. USA Eagle 2014 in an NGC First Release holder and graded MS69. Isle of Man One Pound 1979 Virenium Proof nFDC with certificate. Isle of Man One Pound 1979 a 3-coin set comprising issues in Silver, Virenium and the standard circulating issue Lustrous UNC to FDC boxed with certificate. Austria Thaler 1780 Maria Theresa Restrike Lustrous UNC in the wallet of issue. Alderney Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof with gold highlighting nFDC in capsule with certificate. Cook Islands One Dollar 2005 Ingot shaped coin with chocolate scent BU in the wallet of issue (£350 - £550) 1550) GB Proof Set 1953 along with other cased items including silver issues (lot) (£200 - £400) 1551) Half Sovereign 1980 S.SB1 Proof FDC or very near so, the obverse with minimal toning, in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1552) Half Sovereign 1982 S.SB1 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1553) Half Sovereign 1983 S.SB1 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1554) Half Sovereign 1985 S.SB2 Proof nFDC lightly toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1555) Half Sovereign 1986 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1556) Half Sovereign 1988 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1557) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 Proof the obverse with tiny nicks, nFDC/FDC retaining full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£150 - £250) 1558) Half Sovereign 1990 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1559) Half Sovereign 1991 S.SB2 Proof FDC/nFDC retaining almost full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1560) Half Sovereign 1992 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1561) Half Sovereign 1994 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1562) Half Sovereign 1995 S.SB2 Proof nFDC lightly toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1563) Half Sovereign 1996 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150)

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1564) Half Sovereign 1997 S.SB2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1565) Half Sovereign 1998 Proof S.SB4 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, along with Jeweller’s copy smaller than Half Sovereign size 1911 with unofficial 22K stamp and weighing 1.00 gramme, gold content unconfirmed (£100 - £150) 1566) Half Sovereign 1998 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1567) Half Sovereign 1999 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1568) Half Sovereign 2000 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1569) Half Sovereign 2001 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1570) Half Sovereign 2002 Shield S.SB5 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1571) Half Sovereign 2003 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1572) Half Sovereign 2005 S.SB6 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1573) Half Sovereign 2006 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1574) Half Sovereign 2007 S.SB4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1575) Half Sovereign 2010 S.SB7 Proof FDC/nFDC with a small tone spot by the horse’s tail, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1576) Half Sovereign 2011 S.SB7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1577) Half Sovereign 2012 S.SB8 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1578) Half Sovereign 2015 Rank-Broadley portrait S.SB7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1579) Half Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait S.SB10 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1580) Half Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait S.SB10 nFDC/FDC the obverse with a hint of toning, retaining almost full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150)

1585) Numismatic First Day Cover - A Century of the Monarchy comprising Sovereign 1900 GF/NVF and 6x First Class Stamps, UNC on the envelope of issue (£200 - £300) 1586) Numismatic First Day Cover - Centenary of the Nobel Prize comprising Two Pounds 2001 Gold Proof Marconi nFDC with a small tone spot, and set of 6 stamps, E, 65p, 45p, 40p, First Class and Second Class UNC on the envelope of issue, only 100 sets issued (£400 - £500) 1587) Numismatic First Day Cover - Manchester Commonwealth Games - The Opening Ceremony 2002 comprising Two Pounds 2002 Wales Gold Proof FDC and set of 5 stamps, E, 68p, 47p, First Class and Second Class UNC on the envelope of issue, we note only 315 Wales Gold coins were minted, and this set is one of only 50 assembled, in the Westminster blue folder of issue (£400 - £500) 1588) Numismatic First Day Cover - Queen Mother Memorial comprising Sovereign 2002 Lustrous UNC and set of 9 stamps 12p, 20p, 4 x 27p, 29p, 34p and 37p UNC on the envelope of issue, in the Westminster folder of issue (£200 - £300) 1589) Numismatic First Day Cover - The Queen’s Golden Jubilee 2002 comprising Sovereign 2002 Marsh 316 Lustrous UNC, Halfcrown 1943 Near Fine and a set of 8x stamps, 4xE, 4xSecond Class UNC on the envelope of issue (£200 - £300) 1590) Numismatic First Day Cover - William Wyon 150th Anniversary comprising Sovereign 1884M George and the Dragon, NVF/GF and 2x First Class Stamps UNC on the envelope of issue (£200 £300) 1591) One Hundred Pounds Silver (3) 2015 Buckingham Palace, 2015 Big Ben, 2016 Trafalgar Square, Lustrous UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue Fifty Pounds Silver (2) 2015 Britannia, 2016 400th Anniversary of the Death of Shakespeare, UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue (£200 - £250) 1592) One Penny 2018 in Silver (5) as S.B7, struck to commemorate the Birth of Prince Louis BU in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£60 - £80) 1593) One Pound 2008 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Collection a 14coin set S.PSS30 comprising the 14 different previously issued designs. All dated 2008 the reverses with fine gold highlighting, nFDC-FDC, two pieces with very light toning, in the case of Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 1594) One Pound 2010-2011 Gold Proofs a 4-coin set comprising 2010 London S.J28, 2010 Belfast S.J29, 2011 Edinburgh S.J30, and 2011 Cardiff S.J31 nFDC-FDC the Edinburgh coin with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£2,750 - £3,500)

1581) Half Sovereign 2017 S.SB11 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1582) Half Sovereign 2018 with 65 in crown Privy mark S.SB12 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1583) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II The 3-coin Proof Half Sovereign Portrait set comprising Half Sovereigns (3) 1984 S.SB1 Proof, 1987 S.SB2 Proof, 2004 S.SB4 Proof nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box with certificate (£300 - £400) 1584) Jersey One Pound 2012 Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£200 - £300)

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1595) One Pound 2013 a 3-coin set in Gold, 30th Anniversary of the £1 coin Set comprising Ensigns Armorial (as 1983 design), Crowned Shield of our Royal Arms (as 1988 design), Shield of our Royal Arms (as 2008 design) all now dated 2013, 58.86 grammes total coin weight, Gold Proofs S.PG31S, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, contrary to the certificate, Spink now states that only 17 sets were issued (£2,200 - £2,600)

1602) Part Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling and Sixpence UNC to nFDC with some light hairlines, retaining much original brilliance, along with currency Maundy Set NEF to UNC the Twopence with some hairlines and thin scratches, in the Royal Mint red case of issue (£750 - £850)

1596) One Pound 2015 S.J37 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£15 - £25) 1597) One Pound 2016 The Last Round Pound S.J38 Silver Proofs (3) nFDC to FDC one with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£60 - £80) 1598) One Pound 2017 Nations of the Crown S.J39 Silver Proofs (2) FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£40 - £60) 1599) One Pound 2017 Nations of the Crown S.J39 Silver Proofs (8) nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £200) 1600) One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (2) 1987, 1989, One Pound Silver Proof 1997 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, One Pound Numismatic First Day Cover 2000, with 4x First Class stamps National Botanic Garden of Wales, UNC as issued, Australia Five Dollars 2000 (28) Olympic issues each depicting a different Olympic sport, UNC on the cards of issue, Medals (2) The British Museum 250th Anniversary 2003 UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, The Queen Mary 2 2004 UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£75 - £100) 1601) One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (7) 1983, 1989, 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, One Pound Silver Proofs (5) 1983, 1984 (2), 1988 (2), nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, all but one with certificate, One Pound Silver Proofs a 4-coin set 1984-1987 FDC in the box of issue with certificate, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts 4-coin sets (2) 2000-2003 nFDC to FDC lightly toning, in the box of issue with certificates, 2004-2007 nFDC to FDC lightly toning, in the box of issue with three certificates, the 2007 coin with no certificate, along with an additional One Pound empty box (£150 - £300)

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1603) Proof Set 1902 Long Matt Set 13 coins all in PCGS holders Five Pounds PR61, Two Pounds PR63, Sovereign PR62, Half Sovereign PR62, Crown PR62, Halfcrown PR63, Florin PR64. Shilling PR63, Sixpence PR61, Maundy 4D PR63 Maundy 3D PR63, Maundy 2D PR63, Maundy 1D PR63 the silver nicely toned a pleasing and high grade set and with the red octagonal case of issue this in good condition (£5,000 - £6,000)

1605) Proof Set 1911 Long Set 12 coins £5 to Maundy Penny in NGC and PCGS holders as follows:- Five Pounds PCGS PR63, Two Pounds PCGS PR64, Sovereign NGC PF64, Half Sovereign NGC PF65+, Halfcrown NGC PF62, Florin NGC PF62, Shilling NGC PF62, Sixpence NGC PF62, Maundy Fourpence NGC PF62, Maundy Threepence NGC PF62, Twopence NGC PF61, Maundy Penny NGC PF62, the silver all nicely matched, comes with the 1911 Long set red box, this in fair condition (£16,000 - £18,000)

1606) Proof Set 1927 (6 coins Crown to Threepence) nFDC to FDC with some light matching tone, the Florin with light contact marks, in the official hard red box, the box in good condition (£400 - £600) 1607) Proof Set 1937 (15 coins) Crown to Farthing with the Maundy Set, nFDC with matching tone, the bronze and brass retaining some subdued lustre and brilliance, in the box of issue, this in good condition with a small ink mark on the inside of the lid (£200 - £300) 1604) Proof Set 1902 Long Set Matt Proof comprising Gold £5, Gold £2, Sovereign, Half Sovereign, and Crown to Maundy Penny UNC to nFDC the Five Pounds and Two Pounds each with a scratch on the obverse, the silver with a pleasing matching tone, the Sixpence and Halfcrown with contact marks, comes in the white card box of issue (£4,000 - £7,000)

1608) Proof Set 1937 (15 coins) Crown to Farthing with the Maundy Set, the Maundy Penny with a very small edge bruise, the silver nFDC with matching tone, the bronze and brass with good, slightly subdued lustre and brilliance, in the box of issue (£200 - £300) 1609) Proof Set 1951 (10 Coins) Crown to Farthing UNC to FDC with some spots and toning, in the maroon box of issue, Russia Mint Set 1987 (9 coins) One Rouble to One Kopek comprising Y#134a.2, Y#133a.2, Y#132, Y#131, Y#130, Y#129a, Y#128a, Y#127a and Y#126a types, Lustrous UNC in the case of issue (£75 - £150) 1610) Proof Set 1953 (10 coins, Crown to Farthing) UNC to nFDC in a maroon box, Currency Set 1952 (4 coins) Sixpence, Threepence, Halfpenny and Farthing UNC toned, retaining some mint lustre the Sixpence with some spots, nevertheless rare in this grade, in a maroon box, Currency set 1953 (10 coins, Crown to Farthing) UNC in a maroon box, Currency Set 1962 (8 coins Halfcrown to Halfpenny Lustrous, lacquered UNC in the maroon box, Roman bronzes (6) Romulus and Remus, Claudius II, Constantius II, Constans, Valens and Valentinian types VG to Fine in slab-style presentation holders with certificates, Shilling 1916 and Sixpence 1914 VG to Fine in a London Mint Office box with certificate, East Africa Shillings (2) 1950H NVF, 1952KN About Fine, First Decimal issues (3 sets) Ten Pence to Half Penny 1968/71, Fifty Pence to Half New Penny (2 sets) 1969/71 and 1970/71 UNC lacquered in maroon boxes (£75 - £125) 1611) Proof Set 1992 Deluxe FDC with certificates and includes the 1992/3 Fifty Pence in Proof (£30 - £40)

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1612) Proof Set 2006 The Queens 80th Birthday Collection the 13 coin set with the Maundy Money all struck in silver nFDC, the Maundy with a hint of toning, cased as issued with certificate (£120 - £180) 1613) Proof Set 2007 Executive Set (12 coins) Five Pound Crown to One Penny, includes Two Pounds 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery and 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, and Fifty Pence 100 Years of Scouting UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue (£28 - £35) 1614) Proof Set 2008 Emblems of Britain (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny all struck in Platinum, S.PPEBCS total weight 99.87 grammes, FDC in the large Royal Mint box of issue (with space for the Royal Shield of Arms set) and with certificate (£2,500 £3,000)

1615) Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Piedfort Set (7 coins - One Pound to One Penny) nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the black box of issue with certificate, United Kingdom 2003 Silver Proof Piedfort set a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA, One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence WSPU 100th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC with light toning, in the blue box of issue with certificate, Five Pence a 2-coin set 1990 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Medals (3) The Royal Wedding Medal 1986 Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 44mm diameter in silver and weighing 37 grammes BU in the box of issue with certificate, Royal Mint ‘Fleur-de-Coin’ club Coin and Pin badge Matt FDC in the box of issue with certificate, The Queen’s Jubilee Medal 2000 UNC on the card of issue, The Royal Mint Trial set 1994 a 4-piece set showing the different stages of minting a bimetallic coin, UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Hallmark Replicas Stamp ingots in gilded .925 silver (7) UNC on the cards of issue (£200 - £400) 1616) Proof Set 2008 the double set in gold Emblems of Britain and Royal Shield of Arms each set comprising One Pound, Fifty Pence, Twenty Pence, Ten Pence, Five Pence, Two Pence and One Penny all struck in gold, FDC in the large Royal Mint box of issue with certificates, each set containing 84.76 grammes of 22 carat gold, scarce and desirable thus (£5,000 - £6,000)

1617) 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 and the full Royal Shield set One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver nFDC to FDC a few pieces lightly toned, in the impressive large black box of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 1618) Proof Set 2012 The Diamond Jubilee 10-coin set with all coins in gold, comprising Five Pound Crown, Two Pounds, Two Pounds Dickens, then One Pound to Penny nFDC-FDC with very light toning, in the impressive case of issue with certificate, number 59 of just 150 sets issued (£4,500 - £5,500)

1619) Proof Set 2013 Collectors set 15-coins, comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary, Two Pounds (3) 2013 200th Anniversary of the last gold Guinea, 2013 London Underground Train, 2013 London Underground logo, One Pound (2) 2013 England, 2013 Wales, Fifty Pence 2013 Christopher Ironside design, and the standard set Two Pounds to One Penny FDC with a hint of toning in the bookform case of issue. (£80 - £160) 1620) Proof Set 2014 Collector’s Edition (14 coins) Five Pound Crown 2014 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne, Two Pounds 2014 500th Anniversary of the Trinity House Lighthouse, Two Pounds 2014 100th Anniversary of the First World War, One Pound 2014 (2) Floral Emblems of Scotland, and Floral Emblems of Northern Ireland, Fifty Pence 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, along with the standard set Two Pounds to One Penny FDC with a hint of toning in the bookform-style case (£80 - £160) 1621) Proof Set 2015 Commemorative set a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crowns (2) 2015 Churchill, 2015 Battle of Waterloo, Two Pounds (2) Magna Carta 800th Anniversary, First World War, Fifty Pence 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain FDC in the Royal Mint’s book-form presentation case with certificates along with Proof Set 2015 Definitive with the standard 8 currency coins £2 down to Penny FDC (a hint of toning on the 20p) this too in the Royal Mint book-form presentation case with certificates (£100 - £180) 1622) Proof Set 2016 Collector’s Edition (16 coins) Five Pound Crown 2016 90th Birthday, Two Pounds 2016 (5) Army, Shakespeare (3) and Great Fire, One Pound 2016 Last Round Pound, Fifty Pence 2016 Hastings 950th , along with the standard set (8 coins) Two Pounds to One Penny FDC in the bookform-style case (£100 £180) 1623) Proof Set 2016 Commemorative Set (8 coins) Five Pound Crown 2016 90th Birthday, Two Pounds 2016 (5) First World War, Shakespeare (3) and Great Fire, One Pound 2016 Last Round Pound, Fifty Pence 2016 Hastings 950th FDC in the Royal Mint book-form presentation case with certificates (£80 - £140)

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1624) Proof Sets (18) 1996 Silver Set (7 coins) 25th Anniversary of the Decimal Currency One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver nFDC toned, Flat Pack 1980, Blue Sets (7) 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, Standard Sets (9) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, the Two Pounds 2003 and 2005 Gunpowder Plot with some nicks, in the cases of issue, a few coins with toning nFDC to FDC (£250 - £450) 1625) Proof Sets (30) Flat Packs (4) 1970 (2), 1971 (2), Blue Sets (18) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, Silver Set 1996 (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver, Standard Sets (8) 2000 (2), 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, nFDC to FDC a few sets with toning, in the cases of issue, Bermuda Proof set 1999 FDC in the case of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 2005 UNC in the wallet of issue, Five Pound Crowns 2005 a 2-coin set Nelson and Trafalgar, Five Pound Crowns (3) 2000 Millennium, 2005 Nelson, 2005 Trafalgar, Two Pounds (5) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot, 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 2007 100 Years of Scouting, One Pound (2) 1996 Northern Ireland, 2005 Wales Menai Straits Bridge, Britain’s New Coinage 2005 a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot, One Pound 2005 Menai Straits Bridge, and Fifty Pence 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary, UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue some still sealed in the Royal Mint plastics, The United Kingdom Coronation Anniversary Set 1953-2003 comprising 1953 set (10 coins) Crown to Farthing UNC, and 2003 Set (9 coins) Five Pound Crown to One Penny UNC in the Royal mint folder, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2003 History of the Royal Navy UNC with coloured flag on the reverse, in the Royal Mint folder of issue (£350 - £500) 1626) Proof Sets (36) Flat Packs (22) 1970 (2), 1971 (2), 1972 (3), 1973 (3), 1974 (3), 1975 (3), 1976 (3), 1977 (3), Blue Sets (9) 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (2) 1990, 1999, Standard Sets (3) 2003, 2005, 2012, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue some sets with light toning, Royal Mint Year Sets (10) 1983 Heinz, 1986, 1990, 1995, 1996, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, and Double Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms and Emblems of Britain UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, 25th Anniversary of Decimalisation a double set Last £sd (7 coins Halfcrown to Halfpenny) and Mint Set 1996 UNC in the Wallet of issue, 1953-2003 Coronation Golden Jubilee a double set comprising Crown to Farthing 1953 (10 coins) and 2003 Mint Set (9 coins) Five Pound Crown to One Penny UNC in the wallet of issue (£225 - £500) 1627) Proof Sets (4) 1950 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) UNC to FDC , with some ribbon toning and minor spots, in the red card box of issue, 1951 (2 sets) UNC to FDC the bronze with some toning, retaining much original brilliance (£200 - £350) 1628) Proof Sets (48) Flat Packs (13) 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, some of the earlier sets with toning, Blue Sets (17) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, the 1983 set nFDC toned, others FDC in the cases of issue, Proof Sets Standard Sets (13) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 (includes the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens) , 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 a few coins with small nicks otherwise FDC in the boxes of issue, Proof Sets Collectors Editions (3) 2013 (15 coins) , 2014 (14 coins), 2015 (13 coins) nFDC to FDC the 2015 set with hints of toning, in the bookform cases of issue, The 2016 Proof Set Commemorative Edition (8 coins) Five Pound Crown 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday, Two Pounds (5) 2016 Shakespeare Comedies, 2016 Shakespeare Tragedies, 2016 Shakespeare Histories, 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London, 2016 The First World War - The Army, One Pound 2016 The last Round Pound, and Fifty Pence 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings FDC in the bookform case of issue, The 2015 Definitive Proof Set (8

coins) nFDC with a hint of toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£450 - £750) 1629) Proof Sets (6) 2008 Double set comprising Emblems of Britain set (7 coins, One Pound to One Penny) and Royal Shield of Arms set (7 coins, One Pound to One Penny) all coins in silver FDC in the large black box of issue, 2015 The Definitive Proof Set (16 coins, Two Pounds to One Penny each with both the Rank-Broadley and Jody Clark portraits) nFDC to FDC lightly toning in the bookform-style box of issue, Red Leather Deluxe Set 2002 nFDC to FDC cased, Standard Sets (3) 2005, 2007, 2008 FDC in the boxes of issue (£150 - £250) 1630) Proof Sets (6) Flat Packs (2) 1978, 1982, Blue Sets (4) 1983 (2), 1984, 1985, nFDC in the cases of issue, Two Pounds (7) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof Piedfort, 1997 Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998 Silver Proof Piedfort, along with an additional 2-coin case for the 1997/1998 set, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, Two Pounds 1989 a 2-coin set Bill and Claim of Rights Silver Proof Piedforts, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (17) 1983 (2), 1984 (2), 1985 (2) one in the 4-coin set box, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, One Pound Silver Proofs (6) 1983 (5), 1988, Fifty Pences (11) 1973 EEC Cupro-Nickel Proofs (7), 1992/3 EU Presidency Silver Proof Piedfort, 1997 Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998 NHS 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998 EEC 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort (this in the 2-coin EU/ EEC set box), Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pence 1990 Silver Proof Piedfort, Belize One Dollar 1990 Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, only a few with light toning, Royal Mint Year Sets (3) 1984 (2), 1985 UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue the 1984 sets heavily toned, Five Pound Crowns (5) 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday, 1998 Prince Charles 50th Birthday (2), 2001 Victoria Anniversary (4) GEF to UNC, Guernsey Five Pound Crowns 1999 Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones (3) UNC, Fifty Pence 1998 NHS 50th Anniversary UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£400 - £650) 1631) Proof Sets (6) Flat Packs (4) 1970 (2), 1971 (2), Blue Sets (2) 1997, 1998, FDC or very near so, in the cases of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets (5) 2008 Royal Shield of Arms UNC still sealed in the Royal Mint packs of issue, 2017 Annual sets (2) 13-coin sets comprising Five Pound Crowns (2) 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor, 2017 1000th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Canute, Two Pounds (2) 2017 First World War - The War in the Air, 2017 200th Anniversary of the Death of Jane Austen, Fifty Pence 2017 Sir Isaac Newton 300th Anniversary of his appointment as the Warden of the Mint, along with the Two Pounds to One Penny coins UNC in the Royal Mint bookform cases of issue, History of the Fifty Pence coin a 6-coin set comprising Fifty Pences from 1969, 1973 EEC, 1982, 1992-3 EU Presidency, 1994 D-Day Landings and 1997 Smaller size, all currency issues, in mixed grades, in a Westminster wallet (£75 - £100)

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1632) Proof Sets (8) Flat packs (2) 1976, 1978, Blue Sets (2) 1984, 1990, Red Leather Deluxe sets (2) 1991, 1992, Standard Sets (2) 2004, 2010 nFDC to FDC, a few coins with toning, in the boxes of issue, Two Pounds (3) 1995 Second World War Peace Dove Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, 1997 Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, FDC in capsule, uncased, Royal Mint Year Sets (3) 1994, 1995, 2001 UNC in the wallets of issue, Crowns (5) 1673 VG, 1893 LVI VG, 1893 LVII VG, 1897 LXI VG, 1965 EF, A modern Fantasy of Crown 1663 Petition, in base metal, Halfcrowns (12) 1817 Bull Head, 1836, 1846, 1880, 1889 (2), 1910, 1914, 1916, 1917, 1921, Florin 1922, Malta 500 Liras 2005 Pope John Paul II Gold Proof FDC in capsule, Cook Islands One Dollar Gold 2008 The Royal Lion Proof FDC in capsule, World Crownsized (49) UNC and Proof issues, includes a few in silver, A/UNC to FDC, Two Pounds Britannia (2) 2000, 2005 UNC in capsules, Jersey Set 1972 the 4-coin set in silver comprising Two Pounds Fifty Pence, Two Pounds, One Pound and Fifty Pence all struck in silver UNC in a slide case, the case damaged, Isle of Man Mint Set 1984 UNC in a slide case, Silver Threepences in a Whitman folder 1902-1944 currency issues, complete, with obverses (No 1927), Silver Threepences in a Whitman folder 1902-1944 (incomplete) 24 coins one holed, both sets in mixed grades, USA First Americans a 2-coin set comprising Five Cents 1937 and One Cent 1907 VG to Fine, Crown-sized INA Patterns (2) Wales 2012 Welsh Dragon Reverse Prooflike UNC on the card of issue, GB 2012 Three Graces Reverse, Prooflike UNC on the card of issue, Battle of Waterloo 200th Anniversary medal by Worcester Mint Prooflike UNC in the 6-coin folder of issue, Florin/Decimal Ten Pence Young Collectors folder containing Florins (20) 1947-1967 and Decimal Ten Pence (11) 1968-1980 in mixed circulated grades, GB and World INA Fantasy issues Crown-sized (7) UNC, along with a group of Crowns to Halfpennies Victoria to Elizabeth II in mixed grades (lot) (£250 - £400) 1633) Proof Sets 1970 (2) nFDC to FDC cased, Britain’s First Decimal Sets 1968/71 (5) UNC in the wallets of issue, Unofficial Sets Halfcrown to Halfpenny (3) 1965, 1966 (2) A/UNC to UNC, Crowns (8) 1951 boxed UNC, 1953 EF, 1972 (4) EF to UNC, 1972 Silver Proofs (2) FDC in the green boxes of issue with certificates, Decimal Fifty Pences 1973 EEC Cupro-Nickel Proofs (2) nFDC-FDC in the red boxes of issue (£50 - £100) 1634) Royal Mint Definitive Year Sets 2017 (5) each comprising Two Pounds to One Penny issue UNC still sealed in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£90 - £120) 1635) Royal Mint Trial Two Pounds 1994 bimetallic, showing the four stages of the manufacture of the coin, complete outer blank, complete inner blank, inner and outer combined blank and the finished coin, UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue (£140 - £160) 1636) Royal Mint Wedding Year Sets 2017 8 coins Two Pounds to One Penny (15) UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue (£225 - £275)

1637) Royal Mint Year Set 1983 the Martini set, an 8-coin set One Pound to Half Penny includes the mule Two Pence Spink C.2A with ‘NEW PENCE’ reverse legend, Lustrous UNC in the original wallet of issue, Very Rare, with only an estimated 50-100 example of the Two Pence believed to exist (£1,400 - £1,800)

1638) Royal Mint Year Set 1993 includes the EU Presidency Fifty Pence, UNC in the wallet of issue (£40 - £60) 1639) Royal Mint Year Set 2018 Baby Set (8 coins) Two Pounds to One Penny UNC in the Royal Mint pack of issue (£20 - £30) 1640) Royal Mint Year Sets (19) 1999 (3), 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Royal Arms (includes the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens), 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 Definitive set, 2015 Annual set (13 coins), 2017 Annual set (13 coins) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Proof Sets 1970 (2) nFDC to FDC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 UNC in the blue wallet of issue, Unofficial Year Sets (6) 1964, 1965 (2), 1966 (3) A/UNC to UNC in envelopes and slide cases, Two Pounds 1989 a 2-coin set Bill and Claim of Rights UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, New Zealand Mint Set 1965 UNC in the plastic envelope of issue, GB Two Pounds, commemorative currency bimetallic types (78), Fifty Pences currency types, mostly commemoratives (149) the vast majority EF to UNC, along with a Jessops coin/slide album (£450 - £650) 1641) Royal Mint Year Sets (3) 1997 Wedding set Two Pounds to One Penny, 2005, 2008 Emblems of Britain UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£45 - £65) 1642) Silver Britannia Two Pounds (7) 1998, 1999 (2), 2005, 2007, 2016 (2) Lustrous UNC, some with light toning, in a Westminster box, Britannia Fifty Pence Quarter Ounce 2014 SS Gairsoppa Lustrous UNC in the Royal Mint pack of issue (£70 - £100) 1643) Silver Proof Piedforts 2003 a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA, One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence 2003 WSPU FDC (some toning as often) cased as issued with certificates (£40 - £70) 1644) Silver Proofs, Five Pounds 1990 90th Birthday and 2000 Millennium. Two Pounds 1989 Two Coin Set, 1995 UN, 1998 Piedfort, 2001 Marconi, 2005 WWII. Fifty Pence 1997 Piedfort, 1998 NHS, 1998 NHS Piedfort. One Pounds Piedforts 1997, 2000, 2007, 2017 in individual boxes 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Bridges in the four coin presentation case, One Pounds Standard 1987, 1988, 1998, 2017 in individual boxes 2003 (4) Bridges Pattern Collection in the four coin box and 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 in the five coin box. 25 Pence Crown 1977. Five Pence 1990 Piedfort and 1990 2 coin set. Britannia 2013 1/10 and 1/20 Ounce. These all cased as issued with certificates FDC some with toning. Two Pounds Britannias 2004 in the Royal Mint presentation card and 2014 Year of the Horse in the struck on the day style slab 31 JAN 2014 with postage both Unc - BU the first toning. Silver in Royal Mint presentation cards £20 2013 (2), 2015 Monarch and 2015 Churchill, 2016 BU as issued (£350 - £550)

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1645) Sovereign 1979 Proof S.SC1 FDC in the blue Royal Mint case of issue (£200 - £300) 1646) Sovereign 1979 Proof S.SC1 nFDC with some light toning in the blue Royal Mint case of issue (£200 - £300) 1647) Sovereign 1979 S.SC1 Proof FDC or near so in the Royal Mint soft case of issue, the capsule a larger size (£200 - £300) 1648) Sovereign 1980 Proof S.SC1 nFDC in the green Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1649) Sovereign 1980 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1650) Sovereign 1980 S.SC1 Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1651) Sovereign 1981 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1652) Sovereign 1981 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1653) Sovereign 1982 S.SC1 Proof practically FDC retaining full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint soft case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1654) Sovereign 1983 S.SC1 Proof the reverse with a small handling mark and minor tone spots, nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 £300) 1655) Sovereign 1984 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1656) Sovereign 1985 S.SC2 Proof the reverse with very minor tone spots, FDC/nFDC , retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

1661) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SC3 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900) 1662) Sovereign 1990 S.SC2 Proof FDC/nFDC, the reverse with small tone spots visible under magnification, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1663) Sovereign 1991 S.SC2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1664) Sovereign 1992 S.SC2 Proof nFDC, the reverse with very small tone spots visible under magnification, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1665) Sovereign 1993 S.SC2 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse lightly toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1666) Sovereign 1994 S.SC2 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with very minor tone spots, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1667) Sovereign 1995 S.SC2 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with a small imperfection in the reverse field, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1668) Sovereign 1996 S.SC2 Proof nFDC-FDC retaining full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1669) Sovereign 1997 S.SC2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1670) Sovereign 1998 S.SC4 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with some minor toning, retaining virtually full mint brilliance, in a Royal Mint One Pound Proof box, no certificate (£200 - £300) 1671) Sovereign 1999 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

1657) Sovereign 1986 S.SC2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

1672) Sovereign 2000 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, no certificate (£200 - £300)

1658) Sovereign 1987 S.SC2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

1673) Sovereign 2001 S.SC4 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with some minor toning, retaining virtually full mint brilliance, in a Royal Mint One Pound Proof box, no certificate (£200 - £300)

1659) Sovereign 1988 S.SC2 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1660) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the first gold Sovereign Proof, the obverse EF the reverse nFDC cased without certificate (£600 - £700)

1674) Sovereign 2002 Marsh 316 Lustrous UNC on a Westminster card of issue (£200 - £300) 1675) Sovereign 2004 S.SC4 Proof nFDC with a few very small tone spots, retaining almost full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1676) Sovereign 2005 S.SC6 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with some very small tone spots, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1677) Sovereign 2006 S.SC4 Proof nFDC to FDC with minor toning in places, retaining virtually full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue, no certificate (£200 - £300) 1678) Sovereign 2007 Proof S.SC4 nFDC lightly toned, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1679) Sovereign 2007 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1680) Sovereign 2008 Proof S.SC4 and Half Sovereign 2008 Proof S.SB4 a 2-coin set nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£250 - £350)

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1681) Sovereign 2008 Proof S.SC4 nFDC lightly toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 1682) Sovereign 2009 Proof S.SC7 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350) 1683) Sovereign 2009 S.SC7 Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with very small tone spots, retaining virtually full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350) 1684) Sovereign 2010 S.SC7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350) 1685) Sovereign 2011 S.SC7 Proof practically FDC, retaining virtually full mint brilliance, no capsule, however, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350)

1701) Sovereign 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday - Minted on the Day 11/6/2016 S.SC10 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£350 - £400) 1702) Sovereign 2017 200th Anniversary of the re-introduction of the Gold Sovereign, with 200 privy mark on the reverse S.SC10A Lustrous UNC in a Datestamp holder, in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1703) Sovereign 2017 200th Anniversary of the re-introduction of the Gold Sovereign, with 200 privy mark on the reverse S.SC10A Lustrous UNC in a Jubilee Mint box (£200 - £300) 1704) Sovereign 2017 George and the Dragon within Order of the Garter Plain Edge S.SC12A Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £1,000)

1686) Sovereign 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee - Minted on the Day 2/6/2012 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, 1990 minted (£250 - £350) 1687) Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 1688) Sovereign 2013 Birth of Prince George - Minted on the Day 22/7/2013 S.SC7 BU in the white Royal Mint box with certificate, 2013 minted (£250 - £400) 1689) Sovereign 2013 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 60th Anniversary - Minted on the Day 2/6/2013 Lustrous UNC the reverse with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £400) 1690) Sovereign 2013 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet (£250 - £400) 1691) Sovereign 2013 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet (£250 - £400) 1692) Sovereign 2013 Proof nFDC light tone spots reverse in the box of issue with certificate (outer black box not pristine) (£250 - £400) 1693) Sovereign 2013 S.SC7 Proof nFDC with just a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £400) 1694) Sovereign 2014 Prince George First Birthday - Minted on the Day 22/7/2014 S.SC7 BU with prooflike reverse, in the Royal Mint white box of issue with certificate, only 400 minted (£350 - £400) 1695) Sovereign 2014 S.SC7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1696) Sovereign 2015 Jody Clark portrait Proof S.SC10 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1697) Sovereign 2015 Rank-Broadley portrait S.SC7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

1705) Sovereign 2017 George and the Dragon within Order of the Garter S.SC12 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, now lists at £800 in Spink (£400 - £700) 1706) Sovereign 2017 George and the Dragon within Order of the Garter S.SC12 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, now lists at £800 in Spink (£400 - £700) 1707) Sovereign 2018 Plain Edge S.SC13, Minted on the day of the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation 2/6/2018 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£450 - £550) 1708) Sovereign 2018 with 65 in crown privy mark S.SC13 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£200 £300) 1709) Sovereign 2018 with 65 in crown privy mark S.SC13 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£200 £300) 1710) Sovereigns a 2-coin set 2002 Shield S.SC5 Proof and 2003 S.SC4 Proof nFDC to FDC with very minor toning, in the Royal Mint box with certificates (£400 - £500)

1698) Sovereign 2015 The Royal Birth of Princess Charlotte, Minted on the day 2/5/2015, Ian Rank-Broadley portrait S.SC7 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, in the white box of issue with certificate, only 743 issued (£350 - £400) 1699) Sovereign 2016 Jody Clark portrait S.SC10 Lustrous UNC in a Jubilee Mint box with certificate (£200 - £300) 1700) Sovereign 2016 Obverse with James Butler portrait S.SC11, one-year type, Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, originally cost £600 from the Royal Mint (£200 - £300)

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1711) Ten Pounds 2012 Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 5oz. Gold Proof S.M1 Obverse in the style of the Five Pound Crown S.L24, (incorrectly illustrated in the Spink catalogue), Reverse The Queen enthroned, facing, DILECTA REGNO MCMLII - MMXII nFDC with a tone spot on the reverse, in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 20 of only 250 minted (£6,500 £7,500)

1712) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof, S.M1 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£160 - £220) 1713) Ten Pounds 2016 100th Anniversary of World War I - Poetry and Language 5oz. Gold Proof S.4892 FDC in the impressive wooden Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 3 of just 30 issued of this type (£6,500 - £7,500)

1714) Ten Pounds 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 5oz. Silver Proof S.M8, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£180 - £280)

1719) Ten Pounds 2017 The Queen’s Beasts - The Unicorn of Scotland 5 ounce Silver in a large NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, in the impressive Royal Mint box with booklet (£180 - £280) 1720) Ten Pounds 2019 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Victoria 5oz. .999 Gold Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 25 of only 70 minted (£7,000 - £8,000)

1721) Ten Pounds 2019 The Tower of London Coin Collection - The Crown Jewels 5oz. .999 Gold Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 25 of only 45 minted, with only 35 in this presentation format (£7,000 - £8,000)

1722) Ten Pounds 2019 The Tower of London Coin Collection - The Legend of the Ravens 5oz. .999 Gold Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 23 of only 45 minted, with just 35 in this presentation format (£7,000 - £8,000)

1715) Ten Pounds 2017 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 70th Wedding Anniversary 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£180 - £220) 1716) Ten Pounds 2017 Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 5oz.Silver Proof S.M9, Five Pound Crown 2017 Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II Silver Proof Piedfort S.L51, Five Pound Crown 2017 Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II Silver Proof S.L51 FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £250) 1717) Ten Pounds 2017 The Queen’s Beasts - The Lion of England 10oz. Silver Proof S.QCC1 FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£180 - £280) 1718) Ten Pounds 2017 The Queen’s Beasts - The Lion of England 5 ounce Silver in a large NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, in the impressive Royal Mint box with booklet (£160 - £260)

1723) Ten Pounds Britannia 2015 5 ounce Silver Proof FDC cased as issued with outer card case ripped (£150 - £160)

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1724) The 1994 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign nFDC with a hint of toning in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,150 £1,350)

1730) The 2013 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set a 15-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 60th Anniversary of the Coronation, Two Pounds (4) 2013 London Underground Train, 2013 London Underground Roundel sign, 2013 200th Anniversary of the last Gold Guinea, 2013 Standard issue, One Pound (2) 2013 Floral Emblems England and Wales, Fifty Pence 2013 Ironside, plus One Pound to One Penny all struck in 22 carat gold, (over 243 grammes) nFDC to FDC with a few very small flecks of toning, in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. We note the Two Pounds, and Fifty Pence to One Penny coins bearing the ‘standard ‘designs have a mintage of just 60 pieces each (£10,000 - £12,000)

1725) The 2005 United Kingdom Gold Proof Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC with certificate in the original case of issue (£750 - £1,000) 1726) The 2012 Gold Proof Sovereign 3-coin collection comprising Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£350 - £550)

1727) The 2013 Silver Proof Piedfort set PSS51 a 7-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary, Two Pounds 2013 (3) 200th Anniversary of the last Gold Guinea, London Underground Roundel, London Underground train, One Pound 2013 (2) Floral Emblem of England, Floral Emblem of Wales, 2013 Fifty Pence Royal Arms, Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the Royal Mint black box of issue with certificate and booklet. Coins and inner black box with white cloth wrapper pristine, outer card box with two nicks (£250 - £450) 1728) The 2013 Sovereign Collection Three Coin Premium Set comprising £2, Sovereign and Half Sovereign Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint’s wooden presentation case with certificate with only 400 sets of this configuration issued (£750 - £1,250)

1731) 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 025 of 1500 sets produced (£160 - £220) 1732) 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 The Army, 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, S.PGC18, all in gold an impressive set nFDC to FDC with some light toning in the impressive wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet , number 84 of just 150 sets issued (£4,500 - £6,000)

1729) The 2013 United Kingdom Coronation Jubilee Silver Proof Set a 7-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee, and Fifty pence to One Penny all struck in silver, nFDC to FDC the Penny and Twenty Pence with very light toning, in the box of issue, only 495 sets issued (£100 - £150)

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1733) The 2016 United Kingdom Silver Proof Piedfort Set (8 coins) comprising Five Pound Crown 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday, Two Pounds (5) 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London, 2016 First World War Centenary, 2016 Shakespeare Comedy - All the World’s a Stage, 2016 Shakespeare Tragedy What a Piece of Work is a Man, 2016 Shakespeare History - The Hollow Crown, One Pound 2016 The Last Round Pound, Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings all Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £460) 1734) The 2017 United Kingdom Silver Proof Piedfort Coin Set (5 coins) Five Pounds (2) House of Windsor Centenary and King Canute, Two Pounds (2) The War in the Air and Jane Austen, Fifty Pence Sir Isaac Newton FDC cased as issued with certificates. This is a seldom seen silver set and the first we have offered (£250 - £500) 1735) The Douro Sovereign Set a 2-coin set comprising 1871 Shield Marsh 55, Die Number 36 NVF/VF, and 1872 George and the Dragon Marsh 85 NVF/VF, in the Royal Mint box with certificate (£400 - £600) 1736) The London 2012 Sports Collection Fifty Pences 2011 (12) with designs representing Wheelchair Rugby, Volleyball, Hockey, Gymnastics, Basketball, Sailing, Boxing, Taekwondo, Cycling, Boccia, Wrestling and Weightilting, Silver issues BU in the Westminster box with certificates (£35 - £55) 1737) The London 2012 Sports Collection Fifty Pences 2011 (29) UNC issues in silver, with almost full lustre and a hint of toning, in a Westminster box, 27 with certificates (£400 - £500) 1738) The London 2012 Sports Collection Fifty Pences 2011 (29) UNC issues in silver, with almost full lustre and a hint of toning, in the folding Royal Mint black case of issue with certificates (£400 £500) 1739) The UK Silver Piedfort Set 2010 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 450th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Monarchy, Two Pounds 2010 Florence Nightingale, One Pound 2010 (2) London and Belfast, Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girl Guides Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the black case of issue with certificate (£120 - £180) 1740) The United Kingdom 2009 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection a 4-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII Silver Proof Piedfort, Two Pounds 2009 (2) Robert Burns 250th Anniversary of his Birth Silver Proof Piedfort, Charles Darwin 200th Anniversary of his Birth Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence 2009 250th Anniversary of Kew Gardens Silver Proof Piedfort nFDC to FDC with very light toning, in the black box of issue with certificate (£125 - £250) 1741) 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, Five Pence 1990 all Silver Proof Piedforts, the Twenty Pence with a small tone spot, otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100)

1743) Twenty Pounds 2013 George and the Dragon (3) Silver BU on the Royal Mint cards of issue, Two Pounds Britannia 2007 Silver Proof nFDC with a few flecks of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds Britannia 2012 nFDC to FDC with minor flecks of toning visible under magnification, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds Britannia (8) 1999, 2004 (2), 2008, 2009, 2010 (2), 2011, UNC, most in the Royal Mint packaging, Britannia Silver Fifty Pence One Quarter Ounce 2014 Gairsoppa (2) Lustrous UNC, still sealed in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Two Pounds 1998 Silver Proof, One Pound 1999 Silver Proof Piedfort, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge Silver Proof, One Pound an assembled 5-coin set comprising 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Silver Proofs, Fifty Pences (2) 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary Silver Proof, 2011 World Wildlife Fund 50th Anniversary Silver Proof, The Golden Jubilee Silver Crown set a 2-coin set comprising Crown 1887 GVF and Five Pound Crown 2002 Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Crown 1951 Crown UNC boxed, Coin and Banknote Set Golden Jubilee 2002 cover comprising Five Pound Crown 2002 Cupro-nickel UNC and Five Pound Banknote Lowther QE50 004987 UNC with stamps in the envelope of issue, United Kingdom the Historic Crown Collection 1951-1981 an 8-coin set comprising Crowns 1951, 1953, 1960, 1965, 1972, 1977, 1980 and 1981 EF to A/UNC some cleaned, in the Royal Mint presentation box, Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday UNC on the card of issue, Sixpences (5) 1933, 1940, 1942, 1945, 1946 VG in Royal Mint wallets, Barbados Dollar 1994 Queen Mother - Lady of the Century Silver Proof FDC with certificate, Cook Islands One Dollar 2002 Commonwealth Games Silver Proofs (2) FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Royal Mint Medal 2002 Golden Jubilee UNC on the card or issue, and World Cup 1990 Token Spain EF (£400 - £800) 1744) Two Pounds (6) 1986 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive Silver Proof Piedfort, Two Pounds 2-coin sets (4) 1989 Bill and Claim of Rights Silver Proof Piedforts, 1997 and 1998 Maklouf and Rank-Broadley Portraits Silver Proof Piedforts, 1989 Bill and Claim of Rights Silver Proofs, 1997 and 1998 Maklouf and Rank-Broadley Portraits Silver Proofs, along with three empty Royal Mint boxes (£160 - £260) 1745) Two Pounds (8) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England (3), 1995 Peace Dove (3), 1997, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive, Two Pounds a 3-coin set 2016 Shakespeare Comedies, Tragedies and Histories, One Pound 1995 Wales (3), Fifty Pences (5) 1994 D-Day Landings 50th Anniversary (3), 2004 4-minute mile 50th Anniversary UNC in the Royal Mint packs of issue many still sealed (£75 - £85) 1746) Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games S.K1 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue still sealed in the Royal Mint plastic bag (£480 - £520)

1742) The United Kingdom Silver Proof Coin Set 2011 (14 coin set) toning nFDC cased as issued with certificate (£120 - £180)

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1747) Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England S.K4 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£525 £625)

1759) Two Pounds 2006 a 2-coin set in Gold: Brunel - The Man S.K20 FDC/nFDC with minor toning, and Brunel - His Achievements S.K21 a few tiny nicks visible under magnification, otherwise FDC with full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£1,000 - £1,200)

1760) Two Pounds 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade S.K23 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1761) Two Pounds 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union S.K22 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1748) Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove S.K5 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1749) Two Pounds 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Gold Proof S.K6 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 £600)

1762) Two Pounds 2008 100th Anniversary of the 1908 London Olympics - 4th Olympiad S.4951 nFDC/FDC with minor contact marks behind the bus, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600)

1750) Two Pounds 1996 Euro 96 Football S.K7 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1751) Two Pounds 1997 Gold Proof S.K8 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1752) Two Pounds 1999 Rugby World Cup S.K10 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1753) Two Pounds 2001 Marconi Gold Proof S.K11 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1754) Two Pounds 2002 Commonwealth Games - Manchester a 4-coin set UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Numismatic First Day Cover 2002 Commonwealth Games - Manchester a 4-coin set along with set of 5 stamps 68p, 47p, E, First Class and Second Class, UNC on the envelope of issue (£125 - £150) 1755) Two Pounds 2003 50th Anniversary of the DNA double helix S.K16 Gold Proof nFDC to FDC with very minor contact marks and a striking flaw below the bust (£480 - £520)

1763) Two Pounds 2008 Olympic Handover Beijing to London S.4952 Gold Proof nFDC/FDC the obverse with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600)

1756) Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive S.K17 Gold Proof the reverse with two very small tone spots, otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£520 - £580) 1757) Two Pounds 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot S.K18 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£520 - £580) 1758) Two Pounds 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II S.K19 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£520 - £580)

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1764) Two Pounds 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin S.K25 Gold Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£520 - £580)

‘paperweight-style’ holder, 2018 60th Anniversary of Paddington - Paddington at the Station Silver Proof with coloured reverse, in the ‘paperweight-style’ holder, nFDC to FDC all in the boxes of issue with certificates, Twenty Pounds (3) 2015 Silver - The Longest Reigning Monarch (2), 2016 Silver - Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday BU still sealed on the Royal Mint cards of issue, Australia 50 Cents 2017 70th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Australian Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £500) 1774) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the RAF - RAF Badge (2) S.K50 Silver Proofs both FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£60 - £80) 1775) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the RAF - Spitfire S.K52 Gold Proof nFDC/FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750)

1765) Two Pounds 2009 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns S.K24 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £600) 1766) Two Pounds 2010 100th Anniversary of the Death of Florence Nightingale S.K26 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Spink quotes 472 issued (£550 - £650) 1767) Two Pounds 2011 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible S.K28 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 1768) Two Pounds 2011 500th Anniversary of the launch of the Mary Rose S.K27 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 1769) Two Pounds 2012 Olympic Handover London to Rio S.4953 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 £600) 1770) Two Pounds 2014 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of the First World War - Lord Kitchener S.K34 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650)

1776) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the RAF - Spitfire S.K52 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£30 - £60) 1777) Two Pounds 2018 200th Anniversary of the publication of Frankenstein Gold Proof S.K47 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700)

1771) Two Pounds 2015 Britannia’s Renaissance S.K37 Silver Proof nFDC with light toning (£25 - £35) 1772) Two Pounds 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650) 1773) Two Pounds 2017 The Queen’s Beasts - The Lion of England One Ounce Silver Proof, Two Pounds 2018 The Queen’s Beast’s - The Black Bull of Clarence One Ounce Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Five Pound Crowns (5) 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary Gold plated Silver Proof, 2014 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne Gold plated Silver Proof, 2017 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Platinum Wedding Silver Proof, 2017 Prince Philip - A Life of Service Silver Proof, 2018 Fifth Birthday of Prince George Silver Proof, Two Pounds (6) 2018 RAF Centenary Badge S.K50 Silver Proof Piedfort, 2018 RAF Vulcan S.K51 Silver Proof Piedfort, 2018 RAF Spitfire S.K52 Silver Proof Piedfort, 2018 RAF Sea King Helicopter S.K53 Silver Proof Piedfort, 2018 RAF F-35 Lightning II Silver Proof Piedfort, One Pound 2016 The Last Round Pound (2) Silver Proofs, Fifty Pences (3) 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings Silver Proof Piedfort, 2018 60th Anniversary of Paddington - Paddington at the Palace Silver Proof with coloured reverse, in the

1778) Two Pounds 2018 RAF Centenary Badge S.K50 (12) UNC still sealed in the Royal Mint packs of issue (£60 - £80)

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1779) Two Pounds 2019 260th Anniversary of Wedgewood Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£720 - £780)

1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, Two Pounds 1997 and 1998 a 2-coin set Maklouf and Rank-Broadley portraits Silver Proofs, One Pound 1983 Silver Proof, One Pound Silver Proofs a 4-coin set 1984-1987, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (3) 2000, 2002 and 2003 in the 4-coin set box, Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, Crowns (2) 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Silver Proof, Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, Jersey One Pound 1981 Battle of Jersey Silver Proof, Cook Islands One Dollar 1986 Queen Elizabeth II 60th Birthday Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, a few with toning, Royal Mint Trial set 1994 showing the four stages of minting a bimetallic coin UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, along with four additional empty Royal Mint boxes (£220 - £380) 1785) United Kingdom 2004 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign, the Two Pounds with a slight hint of toning, the Half Sovereign with a small scuff by the date, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,750 - £2,500)

1780) Two Pounds 2019 350th Anniversary of the last entry in Samuel Pepys’ Diary Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£720 - £780)

1786) United Kingdom 2009 Gold Proof Five Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign nFDC to FDC, the Two Pounds and Half Sovereign with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,600)

1781) Two Pounds a 4-coin set 2002 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof Piedforts with coloured flags on the reverses FDC some toning in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £200) 1782) UK Piedfort Collection 2007 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding, Two Pounds 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, Two Pounds 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Fifty Pence 2007 100th Anniversary of Scouting Silver Proof Piedforts FDC cased as issued with bust a suggestion of toning on some of the coins (£60 - £100)

1787) United Kingdom 2010 Gold Proof Five Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,600)

1783) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Sovereign Four Coin Collection 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign. Half Sovereign, Sovereign, Two Pounds and Five Pounds S.PGS10 nFDC to FDC with minor contact marks and a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£3,000 - £4,000)

1784) United Kingdom 2003 Silver Proof Piedfort set a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA, One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence WSPU 100th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, Five Pound Crown

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1788) United Kingdom 2011 Gold Proof Five Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign nFDC with light toning in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,800 - £2,600)

1789) 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 (£290 - £330)

lightly toning, 2006 a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday with coloured trumpets on the reverse, Two Pounds 2006 (2) Brunel - the Man and Brunel - His Achievements, One Pound 2006 Egyptian Arch Railway Bridge, Fifty Pence 2006 (2) Victoria Cross - The Award, and Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts, nFDC lightly toning, 2007 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Two Pounds (2) 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery and 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Fifty Pence 2007 100 Years of Scouting, nFDC to FDC with light toning, 2009 a 4-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII, Two Pounds 2009 (2) 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns, 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin, Fifty Pence 2009 250th Anniversary of Kew Gardens, nFDC to FDC with light toning, 2010 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy, Two Pounds 2010 100th Anniversary of the Death of Florence Nightingale, One Pound 2010 (2) London and Belfast issues, Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girl guiding, nFDC lightly toned, each set in the box of issue with certificate (£450 - £750)

1790) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Pattern Euro Set 2002 a unique set having many extremely rare examples, 5 Euros 2002 22.22 grammes silver plated, 2 Euros struck in all brass 8.75 grammes, 1 Euro struck in all brass 6.77 grammes, 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, 5 Cents, 2 Cents and 1 Cent all struck in a Barton-style silver plate Lustrous UNC, includes two sample sets and brochure (£400 - £500) 1791) United Kingdom Silver Proof Piedfort Collections (6) 2003 a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA, One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence WSPU 100th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC with a hint of toning, 2004 a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive, One Pound 2004 Forth Rail Bridge and Fifty Pence 50th Anniversary of the first 4-minute mile Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC to FDC with light toning, 2005 a 4-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2005 (2) 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II and 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot, One Pound 2005 Menai Straits Suspension Bridge, Fifty Pence 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC to FDC lightly toning, 2006 a 6-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday with coloured trumpets on the reverse, Two Pounds 2006 (2) Brunel - the Man and Brunel - His Achievements, One Pound 2006 Egyptian Arch Railway Bridge, Fifty Pence 2006 (2) Victoria Cross - The Award, and Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts, nFDC toned, 2007 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Two Pounds (2) 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery and 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union, One Pound 2007 Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Fifty Pence 2007 100 Years of Scouting nFDC to FDC lightly toning, 2010 a 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy, Two Pounds 2010 100th Anniversary of the Death of Florence Nightingale, One Pound 2010 (2) London and Belfast issues, Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girl guiding nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates, The 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Piedfort Collection One Pound to One Penny all Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC with some toning, in the black box of issue with certificate (£300 - £600) 1792) United Kingdom Silver Proof Piedfort Collections (7) 2003 a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2003 DNA, One Pound 2003 and Fifty Pence WSPU 100th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC with a hint of toning, 2004 a 3-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive, One Pound 2004 Forth Rail Bridge and Fifty Pence 50th Anniversary of the first 4-minute mile Silver Proof Piedforts, nFDC to FDC with light toning, 2005 a 4-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2005 (2) 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II and 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot, One Pound 2005 Menai Straits Suspension Bridge, Fifty Pence 2005 Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC to FDC

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World Cased and Proof Items (lots 1793-1981) 1793) A mixed group with some cased silver crowns including China, promoters fantasy strikes and medallic issues, Ireland BU sets recent years along with an earlier Irish set which includes the 1966 silver Ten Shillings and more (lot) (£120 - £220) 1794) African Pride 2018 - a 12-coin set , comprising Gabon 1000 Francs CFA , Guinea 1000 Francs Guineens, Ivoiry Coast 100 Francs CFA, Republic of Congo 100 Francs CFA, Mali 100 Francs CFA, Senegal 250 Francs CFA, Somali Republic 20 Shillings, Chad 3000 Francs CFA, Tanzania 1500 Shillings, Gambia 200 Dalasis, Rwanda 10 Rwanda Francs , Niger 100 Francs CFA, each Half a gramme of .999 gold, Gold Proofs FDC in the Windsor Mint wooden box of issue with book-style certificate and promotional literature (£200 - £400) 1795) Alderney £1,000 2010 Gold Proof (1,096 grams of 22 carat so contains 1 kilo of pure gold) stunning 100 mm diameter Rank Broadley Queen Elizabeth II portrait obverse, Battle of Britain 1940 reverse, cased FDC with certificates and plaque “Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary” issue limit of just 20, extremely rare thus and the first one we have seen (£35,000 - £45,000)

1796) Alderney One Pound 2017 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Platinum Wedding Anniversary Gold Proof FDC in the Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£175 - £275) 1797) Alderney/Guernsey/Jersey Fifty Pences 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary a 12-coin set Silver Proofs each with a different reverse design UNC to FDC some with toning, some with hairlines, in the wooden box of issue with booklet-style certificate (£100 - £120) 1798) Anguilla 20 Dollars Gold 1970 KM#22 Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the soft case of issue with certificate (£240 - £300) 1799) Anguilla Five Dollars Gold 1970 Methodist Church, West End KM#20 Gold Proof nFDC lightly toning, in the soft case of issue with certificate (£60 - £80) 1800) Australia 200 Dollars 2017 70th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 2oz. of .9995 Platinum Proof FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate, number 231 of just 250 minted (£1,500 - £2,000)

1801) Australia 200 Dollars Gold 1984 Reverse: Koala in tree, KM#86 UNC in the Royal Australian Mint folder of issue (£260 - £320) 1802) Australia 200 Dollars Gold 1987 Arthur Philip KM#94 BU in the Royal Australian Mint wallet of issue (£260 - £320) 1803) Australia 30 Dollars 2017P Kangaroo, 1 Kilo of Silver FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue, no certificate, the inner of the box has some damage (£600 - £700)

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1804) Australia 30 Dollars 2018 Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog, 1 Kilo of Silver FDC in the Royal Australian Mint box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750)

1805) Australia 30 Dollars 2018P Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog, Series II, Reverse with Alsatian and Puppy, 1 Kilo of Silver FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700)

Africa Mint boxes as issued, GB Crowns 1965 (75) A/UNC to UNC, Jersey Decimal Ten Pence 1968 (13) UNC, Uganda Five Shillings 1968 FAO Grow More Food KM#7 Cupro-Nickel Proofs (5) FDC in the sealed plastic envelopes, Malawi Crowns 1966 Republic Day Nickel-Brass Proofs (10) nFDC in the green boxes of issue, Botswana 50 Cents 1966B Seretse Kharma (8) Silver Prooflike UNC in the white boxes of issue some with light toning, Turks and Caicos Islands Crowns 1969 (9) UNC in slide cases, New Zealand Crowns 1969 Cook Bicentennial - Cook’s Chart (5) UNC or near so in slide cases, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (40 sets) UNC in the wallets of issue some with heavy toning, others with good lustre (£200 - £400) 1814) Australia Proof Sets 1977 (2). Bahamas Dollar, 50 and 25 Cents 1978 Unc. Canada Silver Proof Dollars 1977 Jubilee (6) and Mint Set 1977. Hungary Mint Set 1994. Mauritius 25 Rupees 1978 Independence Silver Proof. New Zealand Proof Set 1978 and Silver Proof Dollar 1978. Singapore Proof Sets 1977 and 1978, Silver Proof Dollar 1977, Proof Dollar 1977, Silver 10 Dollars 1978, Mint Sets 1978 (2). Western Samoa Silver Proof Talas (6) 1977 and 1978 Flight, 1978 Games 2 of each. 1977 Jubilee Silver Proof Crowns Falkland Islands, Gibraltar and Jersey. Along with cupr-crowns in slide cases New Zealand (1), Western Samoa (4) generally Unc - BU - FDC as issued most with certificates (£150 - £250) 1815) Australia the Sydney 2000 Olympics Silver Coin Collection a 16coin set comprising 5 Dollars 2000 (16) each in .999 silver, with a different design many with wildlife or landmark themes each with the Sydney 2000 Olympic logo with coloured Olympic rings FDC in the wooden box of issue with certificate (£150 - £250) 1816) Bahamas Fifty Dollars Gold 1975 Independence Day KM#48 UNC and lustrous with some toning, retaining much original mint brilliance, in a John Pinches box (£220 - £300)

1806) Australia 8 Dollars 2016P Australian Wedge-Tailed Eagle High Relief 5oz. Silver Proof the surfaces concave, FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £150)

1817) Bahamas Proof Set 1975 a 2-coin set comprising Fifty Dollars Gold 1975 Independence Day KM#48 and Ten Dollars 1975 KM#42 Silver Proof FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£220 £300)

1807) Australia Kangaroo 2017P High Relief 5ox. Silver Proof the surfaces concave, FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £150)

1818) Barbados Ten Dollars 1995 Queen Mother - Lady of the Century Engagement Portrait KM#60 Gold Proof nFDC in the box of issue, no certificate (£120 - £160)

1808) Australia Koala 10 Dollars 2017P 10th Anniversary of the Australian Koala Coin, 10oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, only 750 issued (£180 - £220)

1819) Barbados Ten Dollars 1995 Queen Mother - Lady of the Century - Engagement Portrait KM#60 Gold Proof nFDC with a handling mark on the reverse, in the Westminster box of issue with certificate (£120 - £160)

1809) Australia Koala 10 Dollars 2017P 10th Anniversary of the Australian Koala Coin, 10oz. Silver Proof one small ton spot on the obverse otherwise FDC in the box of issue with certificate, only 750 issued (£180 - £220) 1810) Australia Koala 8 Dollars 2015P High Relief 5oz. Silver Proof the surfaces concave, FDC in the Perth Mint box with certificate (£120 - £150) 1811) Australia Kookaburra 1995 10oz. Silver Proof UNC with some small contact marks, in a Westminster box with certificate, Turks and Caicos Islands 100 Crowns 1994 Bernard L.Montgomery Normandy Landings 50th Anniversary 5oz. Silver Proof nFDC in the Westminster box with certificates, both of the boxes with cracking to the vinyl (£150 - £200) 1812) Australia Kookaburra 2018P High Relief 5oz. Silver Proof the surfaces concave, FDC in the Perth Mint box with certificate (£120 - £150) 1813) Australia Proof Sets 1966 (2) nFDC to FDC in the blue cases of issue, New Zealand Proof Set 1973 nFDC in the case of issue with certificate, Swaziland Proof Sets 1968 (2) nFDC toned in the South

1820) Bermuda Numismatic First Day Cover comprising 100 Dollars Gold 1975 Royal Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip KM#24 Gold Proof FDC and 20 Cent stamp, in the blue wallet as issued (£175 - £275) 1821) Bermuda Numismatic First Day Cover comprising 100 Dollars Gold 1975 Royal Visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip KM#24 Gold Proof FDC and 20 Cent stamp, in the blue wallet as issued (£175 - £275) 1822) Canada 10 Dollars 2017 2 ounces of pure silver 150 Iconic Maple Leaf, Medal 2 ounces sterling silver QE II 90th by NumisProof, The Waterloo Medals (2) one 90mm diameter silver gilt on bronze the other 36mm diameter 34 grams of sterling silver both by Worcestershire Medal Service LTD each BU or FDC and cased as issued with certificates (£100 - £150) 1823) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1979 International Year of the Child KM#126 nFDC with some toning, retaining much original brilliance, in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550)

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1824) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1980 Arctic Territories KM#129 Gold Proof nFDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550) 1825) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1980 Arctic Territories KM#129 Gold Proof nFDC with minor hairlines and a hint of toning, in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550)

1831) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1986 Peace KM#152 Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550)

1826) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1980 Arctic Territories KM#129 Gold Proof nFDC/FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550) 1827) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1981 National Anthem KM#131 Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550)

1832) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1986 Peace KM#152 Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550) 1833) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1987 Calgary Winter Olympics 1988 Lettered edge KM#158 Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£220 - £300)

1828) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1982 New Constitution KM#137 Gold Proof nFDC in the case of issue, no certificate (£420 - £550)

1834) Canada Fifty Dollars 2016 Wanduta: Portrait of a Chief 5oz. Silver Proof with detailed colour portrait on the reverse FDC in the Royal Canadian Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £150) 1835) Canada Fifty Dollars 2016 Wanduta: Portrait of a Chief 5oz. Silver Proof with detailed colour portrait on the reverse, one small tone spot on the Queen’s hair otherwise FDC in the Royal Canadian Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £150) 1836) Canada Proof Sets 1980, 1984, 1986 and 1987 7 coin sets in the black leather presentation cases. Mint Sets 1960, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975 BU. Cased Silver Dollars 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 (4), 1983 (10), 1984, 1985 (3), 1986 (6), 1987 (3). 1989 Cased cupro-nickel Dollars (10). Generally Unc - BU - FDC as issued (£350 - £550)

1829) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1983 400th Anniversary of St. Johns, Newfoundland KM#139 Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550)

1837) Cased Silver Proof crown sized issues Bhutan 3 Ngultrum 1979, Falkland Islands 50 Pence 1977 and 1983 (2), Hutt River Province 25 Dollars 1985, Jersey 25 Pence 1977 and Two Pounds 1985, Macao 100 Patacas 1983, Philippines 50 Piso 1977 these all cased most with certificates some lightly toned. Maria Theresia Restrike Thaler 1780 Unc on a presentation card. Australia 10 Dollars 1985 BU. Mexico 25 Pesos 1986 Silver Proof. Finland 4 coin silver 10 Mark Unc set. USA Half Dollar 1986 coloured. Along with cased Crown sized silver medals (6) various themes these generally Unc - FDC cased as issued (£150 - £250) 1838) Cayman Islands $25 Gold 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding Gold Proof KM#9a nFDC lightly toning, in the black case of issue with certificate (£200 - £250)

1830) Canada 100 Dollars Gold 1985 National Parks KM#144 Gold Proof FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£420 - £550)

1839) China (10) 10 Yuan 1994 Pere David Deer KM#564 Silver Proof, 5 Yuan (8) 1987 Poet Du Fu KM#175, 1989 Kublai Khan KM#248, 1992 5000 Years of China - Bronze Age KM#408, 1992 Zheng Chenggong KM#450, 1992 First Seismograph KM#405, 1992 Marco Pol KM#467, 1994 First Records of Comets KM#627, 1994 First Tuned Bells KM#628, 3 Yuan 1992 Ancient Chinese Paper KM#402 Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC three with certificates, Gibraltar 14 Ecus 1995 Eurotunnel KM#485 nFDC, 1995 Arc de Triumph KM#495 nFDC in a Westminster box (£200 - £300) 1840) China 10 Yuan 2008 Silver Proof Beijing Olympics a 4-coin set comprising 2008 Tea Stall scene KM#1843 with coloured mask at the right, 2008 Lion Dancer KM#1844 with coloured mask at the right, 2008 Yangtze Dancer KM#1845 with coloured mask at the right , 2008 Beijing Opera KM#1846 with coloured mask at the right FDC in the boxes of issue with certificate (£75 - £150)

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1841) China Medallic Bimetallic issues a 12-piece Fantasy set Crownsized each depicting a different Chinese Lunar Year, Proof nFDC-FDC in the red box of issue, no certificate, Canada Proof Set 1967 (6 coins with medallion) UNC to nFDC toned, in the box of issue, Ethiopia/Lesotho, Zambia and Mongolia a 4-coin set International Year of the Child issues comprising Mongolia 25 Tugrik 1980, Ethiopia 20 Birr 1979, Lesotho 10 Maloti 1979, Zambia 10 Kwacha Silver Proofs, UNC to nFDC in the Royal Mint blue box, Zambia 4000 Kwacha 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Oval Silver Proof with coloured portrait on the obverse, Cook Islands (3) Dollar 2002 with coloured portrait of the Queen Mother on the reverse, Proof, 50 Dollars 1990 Endangered World Wildlife UNC, Medal Raffaello Sanzio 54mm diameter Prooflike UNC with coloured reverse, Haiti INA Retro issue Fantasy Crown Set 1811 a 3-coin set comprising issues in Gilt, Bronze and Dark Copper, UNC in the box of issue (£220 - £260) 1842) China Proof Set 2010 a 3-coin set Chinese Peking Opera Face Masks a 3-coin set (series I) comprising 100 Yuan 2010 Gold One Quarter Ounce KM#1956 FDC with coloured mask on the reverse, 10 Yuan 2010 Dian Wei KM#1957 Silver Proof, 10 Yuan Zhong Kui KM#1958 Silver Proof each FDC with coloured mask on the reverse (£220 - £300) 1843) Chinese Culture a 5-coin set in Fine Gold Proof 1995 comprising five 10 Yuan 1/10 ounce fine gold coins Beijing Opera, Philosopher Mensius, The Lion Dance, Emperor Tai Zong, and Chinese Pagodas nFDC to FDC with small tone spots, cased as issued with certificates by The Peoples Bank of China, in a Royal Mint box (£850 - £950)

1850) Denmark INA Fantasy 5 Euros 2002 Pattern in Silver, Obverse Margrethe II, Reverse MODEL Prooflike UNC in the black box of issue, the box with some cracking to the vinyl (£70 - £100) 1851) Diana Princess of Wales 1981-1998 a 38-coin set World Crownsized issues, all but 2 in silver UNC to FDC in a Westminster box (£250 - £450) 1852) Endangered Wildlife, World mostly Crown-sized and in silver, a 28-coin set 1992-1997, in an MDM box with all certificates (£225 - £375) 1853) 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 (£175 - £225) 1854) Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee a 14-coin set in Silver with coloured bunting on the reverse each with a different design nFDC to FDC in the box of issue, 6 with certificates. The Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday Collection a 12-coin set Crown sized and in silver from a host of Commonwealth countries, issues from Uganda, Tristan da Cunha, Gibraltar, Ascension Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, St. Helena, Falkland Islands, Zambia, Alderney, Liberia and Turks and Caicos Islands, nFDC to FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificates. Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee 2017 a 5-coin set Crown-sized from Guernsey, Niue, Isle of Man, Jersey and Cook Islands, Silver plated issues with the number 65 in gold ink nFDC to FDC, in the Westminster box of issue, 4 with certificates (£190 - £240) 1855) Falkland Islands Five Pounds 1991 10th Anniversary of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, Proof FDC in the Royal Mint green box of issue with certificate, number 125 of only 200 minted (£650 - £950)

1844) Columbia 1000 Pesos Gold 1973 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Guillermo Valencia KM#254 Gold Proof nFDC with some hairlines and minor toning, in the case of issue with certificate (£100 - £150) 1845) Comoros - Federal Islamic Republic 10000 Francs Gold 1976 Anjouan Sunbird KM#11 Gold Lustrous UNC in the red soft case of issue with certificate, this with some distress to the outer cover, Rare with only 500 minted (£75 - £100) 1846) Cook Islands 25 Dollars 2016 Norse Gods 5oz. Silver Proof with Antique finish, FDC in the green box of issue with certificate, only 500 minted (£100 - £120) 1847) Cook Islands 25 Dollars 2016 Norse Gods 5oz. Silver Proof with Antique finish, FDC in the green box of issue with certificate, only 500 minted (£100 - £120) 1848) Costa Rica 50 Colones 1970 Inter-American Human Rights Convention KM# 195.1 Gold Proof nFDC in the brown soft case of issue with certificate (£200 - £250) 1849) Denmark INA Fantasy 5 Euros 2002 Pattern in Silver, Obverse Margrethe II, Reverse MODEL Prooflike UNC in the black box of issue, the box with some cracking to the vinyl (£70 - £100)

1856) FAO Boards a complete set (17 boards, 266 coins and one banknote) 1968-1978 UNC missing one coin from board 12 (Sudan One Pound 1978) the 1B board containing just 2 coins, missing the coins from Vatican, India and Malta, otherwise a comprehensive group containing coins from a multitude of countries, some of the boards still sealed in the original packaging (£400 - £500) 1857) FAO Money Board 2 (16 coins) Ceylon, Bahrain, Sudan, Tunisia, Nepal, Turkey, Somalia, Cyprus, Uganda, Barbados, Jordan, Iraq, India, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago and Zambia issue, UNC on the board of issue (£50 - £100)

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1858) France ‘The Rugby Collection’ 50 Euros Silver 2007 elliptical 123.16 x 81.2 mm weighing One Kilo in .950 Silver KM#1487 plus an official Rugby ball of the 2007 World Cup nFDC with minor flecks of toning, in the large Monnaie de Paris wooden box of issue with certificate, number 042 of only 298 issued (£250 £350) 1859) GB and World cased items including silver proofs (lot) (£200 £300) 1860) GB and World cased items, plenty in silver (lot) (£300 - £400) 1861) GB and World Proof and Cased items including silver crowns (lot) (£225 - £350) 1862) GB and World Proof and Mint Sets and singles a varied group : World Proof Sets (27) Ceylon 1971 (2) New Zealand 1972, Malta 1972, India 1974 FAO (2), Swaziland 1974 (2), Falkland Islands 1974 (2), Jamaica 1974 (2), Belize 1974, 1977 Silver Set (8 coins), Barbados 1974 (2) , British Virgin Islands 1977 Silver Set, Trinidad and Tobago (2) 1974 (2), Bahamas (3) 1973, 1974 (2), Australia 1974 (2), Seychelles a 2-coin set 1974 10 Ripees and 5 Rupees Conservation Series in silver, Turks and Caicos Islands 25 Crowns 1977 and Cayman Islands 25 Dollars a 2-coin set in silver, Canada a 4-coin set 1973 Montreal Olympics 10 Dollars (2) and 5 Dollars (2), nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue some of the boxes with signs of damp as often, GB and World singles (42) Medals (2) 1969 Investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales 45mm diameter in silver About UNC and lustrous, in the box of issue, Apollo 11 1969 First Moon Landing 38mm diameter in silver Prooflike UNC with some toning, in the box of issue, Fiji $25 1974 100th Anniversary of Cession to Great Britain Silver Proofs (2), Singapore Ten Dollars (2) 1977 Ship Silver Proof, 1978 Observatory Silver Proof, St.Helena 25 Pence 1973 Tercentenary of the Granting of the Royal Charter to the East India Company Silver Proof, Cook Islands Two Dollars 1973 20th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Proofs (2), Guernsey Crown 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof, Isle of Man 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof, Israel (2) 10 Lirot 1974 Hanukka Proof , 25 Lirot 1975 Pidyon Haben Proof nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Guernsey Ten Shillings 1966 UNC in a slide case, Germany - Federal Republic 10 Marks (4) Munich Olympics issues 1972D (2), 1972F, 1972J A/UNC to UNC, GB Crowns (12) 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proofs (2) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, 1972 Silver Wedding A/UNC to UNC (10), Fifty Pences 1973 EEC Cupro-Nickel Proofs (13) UNC to FDC in the red boxes of issue, (£350 - £650) 1863) GB and World Proof and Mint Sets and singles a varied group : GB Proof Sets (8) 1972 (2), 1973, 1974, 1975 (2), 1977 (2) nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, World Proof Sets (12) Singapore 1976 (2), Cayman Islands 1974 (2), Bahamas (3) 1973, 1975 (2), New Zealand 1977, Cook Islands 1973, Papua New Guinea 1975 (2), Seychelles a 2-coin set 1974 Conservation series 10 Rupees and 5 Rupees Silver Proofs, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue some with certificates, Papua New Guinea Numismatic Cover album 1975 (8 coins) with each Proof coin on a cover with stamp in album of issue, World Mint Sets (6) Jamaica 1976 BU in the red wallet of issue, New Zealand 1977 (3) UNC in the brown wallets of issue, Isle of Man 1976 (2) UNC in slide cases. GB and World singles () GB Crowns 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proofs (3), Jersey Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Guernsey Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Tristan da Cunha 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Singapore One Dollar 1976 Silver Proof, New Zealand Dollar 1977 Waitangi Day Silver Proof, Western Samoa Tala 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Bermuda $25 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Cook Islands $25 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Fiji Ten Dollars 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, Papua New Guinea Ten KIna 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue some with certificates. GB Crowns 1977 Silver Jubilee (29), Western Samoa Tala 1977 Silver Jubilee (2), New Zealand Dollars 1977 Waitangi Day (2) GEF to UNC some in slide cases, Silver Jubilee Medal 1977 UNC on the card of issue (£200 - £300)

1864) GB and World Proof and Mint sets (11) along with GB and World singles (64, with some cased items) includes some in silver, with some Crown-sized, Numismatic covers stamps and paper money (2), in mixed grades with many UNC to FDC (£150 - £250) 1865) GB and World Proof and Mint sets (35) and singles (20) :- Proof Sets (26) GB 1970 (6), 1971 (5), Cayman Islands 1973 (2), Bahamas 1972, British Virgin Islands 1973 (3), Isle of Man 1971 (4), Canada 1973 (2), Jersey 1972 4-coin Silver Sets (2), Guernsey 1971, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue. Mint Sets GB First Decimal Coin sets 1968/71 (9) UNC in the blue wallets of issue. Panama 20 Balboas 1974 Proof (2), Gibraltar Crowns 1971 Silver Proofs (3), Isle of Man Crowns 1970 Silver Proofs (2), Cayman Islands $25 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof, Jamaica Ten Dollars 1972 Tenth Anniversary of Independence Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue. GB and World 1970s Crowns (8) GB 1972 Silver Wedding (2), Gibraltar 1971 (2), Isle of Man 1972 Silver Wedding (2), Guernsey 1972 Silver Wedding (2) UNC in slide cases, Medals (3) 1971 Northern Ireland 71 grammes of silver UNC toned, in the box of issue, Apollo 11 1969 First Moon Landing, Silver UNC boxed, Apollo 8 1968 Journey around the Moon, Silver UNC boxed (£300 - £500) 1866) GB and World Proof and Mint Sets (37) and singles (15) mostly 1970s issues some include silver coins UNC to FDC most in the cases of issue, a few still sealed (£300 - £500) 1867) GB and World Proof and Mint sets (53) GB Proof Sets (18) Flat packs (14) 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 (2), 1982 (3), Blue Sets (4) 1983, 1984 (2), 1985 nFDC to FDC some sets with toning, in the cases of issue, one missing it’s outer envelope, GB Mint Sets 1982 (2) UNC, Australia Proof Sets (7) 1981 (2), 1982 (2), 1983 (2), 1985 FDC in the cases of issue, Australian Mint Sets (3) 1966, 1983 (2) UNC on the cards or in the wallets of issue, Isle of Man Proof Set 1978 Crown to Halfpenny nFDC in cracked case, Israel Prooflike Coin set 1965 UNC on the card of issue, Mint Sets (7) 1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, UNC in the packs of issue, Panama mint Set 1976 (8 coins), the 5 Balboa and 1 Balboa coin each with the incorrect ‘LEY .925’ legend below the shield UNC cased, Falkland Islands Proof Set 1982 nFDC lightly toned, cased, Mexico Mint Sets Mixed date sets (2) 1985-1987 UNC in a Mexico 1986 case, Netherlands Mint Sets 1980 (2) UNC and cased ,some coins with toning, Netherlands Proof Set 1985 FDC in the case of issue with certificate, Denmark Mint Sets 1976 (5) UNC cased, Cook Islands Proof Sets (2) 1972, 1974 nFDC to FDC cased, and a gold-coloured token with an angel design (£200 - £300) 1868) GB and World Proof Sets (11) GB Flat Packs (6) 1979, 1980 (2), 1981 (2) nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue a few with toning, Cayman Islands Proof Set 1978 (8 coins), Nepal Proof Set 1974 King Birenda (7 coins), Singapore Proof Set 1979 (7 coins), Malta Proof Set 1977 Silver 3-coin set Five Pounds, Two Pounds and One Pound, Fiji Proof Set 1980 (6 coins) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue most retaining full mint brilliance, World Mint Sets (6) Canada Specimen Sets (3) 1979, 1980 (2), New Zealand 1976 Red set (7 coins), Israel Mint Set 1975 (6 coins), UNC in the cases of issue, Samoa Tala 1980 FAO UNC, Israel Medal 1981 Coins and Medals Corporation UNC on the card of issue (£75 - £125) 1869) GB and World Sets (5), and Crown-sized Silver singles (48) mostly 1970s issues includes issues from Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Western Samoa, Israel, Isle of Man, Sierra Leone, Bahamas and more UNC to FDC in the cases of issue, along with World Crowns cupro-nickel issues (52) GEF to UNC in slide cases (£350 - £550) 1870) GB and World sets and singles includes Pre-Euro sets (12) from France, Austria, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Finland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Greece, Spain, Ireland and Germany in mixed grades to UNC, Euro Set a 12-coin set comprising the First 1 Euro coin from each of 12 member states 1999-2002 UNC still sealed

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in the Royal Mint plastic, Euro Coin sets (12) 2 Euro to 1 Euro Cent from Germany, Finland, France, Ireland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Italy and Greece, Lustrous UNC, along with modern cupro-nickel crowns, framed items, and some promoters issues, in mixed grades some in UNC (lot) (£75 - £150) 1871) GB/USA/France 50th Anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Europe Three-coin sets (3) each comprising GB Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, USA One Dollar 1995W Silver Proof, and France One Franc 1993 Silver Proofs one set FDC with certificates, the second FDC with two certificates (France certificate missing), the third set nFDC with no certificates, GB/Australia/Canada The Accession Set 2002 Three-coin sets (2) each comprising GB Five Pound Crown 2002 Silver Proof, Australia 50 Cents 2002 Silver Proof and Canada One Dollar 2002 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC with light toning, GB/USA Symbols of Freedom 1997 Two-coin sets (2) each comprising One Pound 1997 Silver Proof and USA Eagle 1997P Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue with certificates (£175 - £225) 1872) Germany INA Fantasy Pattern Set 2005 9-coin sets (2) 10 Marks to 1 Pfennig, both sets having the 1 Mark coin with the BUNDERSREPUBLIK error legend, each set in the hand-made green case, Lustrous UNC, the 1 Pfennig in one set has some staining, only four of these cases were made, along with Lead trials (10) on irregular flans, uniface, representing some of the designs featured in the sets, these in the designer’s original folder (£90 - £120) 1873) Germany INA Fantasy Pattern Set 2005 9-coin sets (2) 10 Marks to 1 Pfennig, both sets having the 1 Mark coin with the BUNDERSREPUBLIK error legend, each set in the hand-made green case, Lustrous UNC, the 2 Pfennigs in one set has some staining, only four of these cases were made (£70 - £100) 1874) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trial sets 3-coin sets (3) Obverse Portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigonieach in nickel, silvered nickel and Goldine Lustrous UNC in a John Pinches case, believed unique in these metals (£350 - £400) 1875) Gibraltar Crowns 1993 - 100 Years of Peter Rabbit a 6-coin set Crown-sized and in silver the reverses depicting Peter Rabbit, Mrs.Tiggy-Winkle, Tom Kitten, Mr. Jeremy Fisher, Benjamin Bunny and Jemima Puddle-Duck Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC, two of the capsules cracked, in the box of issue this with some damage (£75 - £150) 1876) Gibraltar Gold Crown 2002 One Ounce - Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother - 1982 The Christening of Prince William Gold Proof, FDC in the Westminster box of issue, only 100 minted (£800 - £1,100)

1877) Greece 1000 Drachma 1990 28th October - 50th Anniversary of the Italian Invasion of Greece Silver Proof KM#155 nFDC with minor tone spots, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the black box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 1878) Guernsey £25 Gold 2009 100 Years of Naval Aviation Gold Proof FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificate, only 50 minted (£200 - £300) 1879) Guernsey Numismatic First Day Cover 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee comprising Guernsey £25 2002 Gold Proof and set of 9 stamps ‘Wilding Derivatives’ UNC on the envelope of issue, in the Westminster wallet (£200 - £300) 1880) Guernsey One Pound 1981 Gold Proof KM#37 nFDC with a hint of toning, in the case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1881) Guernsey Ten Pounds 2001 Monarchs of the 19th Century, 65mm diameter Silver Proof, 141.75 grammes, nFDC with light handling marks, in the Westminster box of issue with certificate. Jersey Ten Pounds 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary 5oz. Silver Proof, gold-plated, with the portrait remaining in silver, nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, the capsule cracked. Jersey One Pound 1991-1994 Shipbuilding Series a 7-coin set Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue, 5 with certificates. GB/Australia/Canada The Accession Set 2002 a 3-coin set comprising GB Five Pound Crown 2002 Silver Proof, Australia 50 Cents 2002 Silver Proof and Canada One Dollar 2002 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the box of issue, no certificate. Falkland Islands Proof Set 1982 (8 coins) Fifty Pence (2) to Halfpenny nFDC with some toning, in the slide case of issue. Barbados/Bahamas/British Virgin Islands a mixed date group 1973-1975 (10 coins) comprising Barbados 1973 (5) One Dollar, 25 Cents, Ten Cents, Five Cents, and One Cent, Bahamas 1974 (3) 25 Cents, 15 Cents and Ten Cents. British Virgin Islands 1973 (2) Ten Cents and Five Cents nFDC to FDC in a Barbados box (£200 - £250) 1882) Guernsey Ten Pounds 2018 Prince of Wales 70th Birthday 5oz. Silver Proof with gold plated portrait of the Prince FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £70) 1883) History of Aviation - Milestones in flight depicting Iconic aircraft and famous figures in aviation, a 6-coin set in 14 carat gold, along with Windsor mint covering many different themes including The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Edward VII, Coronation regalia, Naval History, Ancient Egypt, Concorde, Princess Diana, Defining moments of World War II, British Banknotes, USA Statue of Liberty, mostly gold-plated, some with coloured reverses or part reverse, others with jewels embedded in the coins, in mixed grades, mostly UNC (£200 - £300) 1884) India Proof Set 1976 50 Rupees to 1 Paisa, FAO, nFDC to FDC in the cased inner, with incorrect sized slide case (£50 - £75) 1885) International Year of the Disabled 1981 an 18-coin set 1981-1984 Crown-sized and in silver comprising the following:- Sudan Ten Pounds 1981, Bhutan 200 Ngultrums 1981, Ethiopia 50 Birr 1981, Botswana Five Pula 1981, Liberia 20 Dollars 1983, Turkey 3000 Lira 1981, East Caribbean States 50 Dollars 1981, Libya Five Dinar 1981, Yemen 25 Rials 1981, Uganda 200 Shillings 1981, Yemen Two Dinars 1981, Ghana 50 Cedis 1981, Somalia 150 Shillings 1983, Malta Five Pounds 1983, Thailand 250 Baht 1983, Mauritius 25 Rupees 1982, Lesotho 25 Maloti 1983, Maldives 100 Rufiyaa 1984 all UNC in the official blue box of issue, 17 with certificates, along with details of the programme and introduction card from Secretary-General of the United Nations Kurt Waldheim. (£400 - £500)

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1886) Ireland Part Year 1928 (7 coins) Florin to Farthing, comprising Florin 1928 GEF toned, Shilling 1928 bout UNC nicely toned, Sixpence GEF, Threepence 1928 GEF/EF, Penny 1928 UNC the obverse with some lustre, Halfpenny 1928 About UNC with traces of lustre, Farthing 1928 UNC/GEF with a trace of lustre, in the hard green box of issue (£50 - £75) 1887) Isle of Man 1973 Gold Proof Set a 4-coin set comprising Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign KM#PS3 FDC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate, each coin still sealed in the original packing, the box with some stains (£1,700 - £2,200)

1892) Isle of Man Proof Set 1987 Bicentenary of America’s Constitution KM#PS42, a 4-coin set comprising Gold Halfcrown 1987 (Half Ounce) KM#187, 10 Crowns 1987 Silver 10oz. KM#188, 5 Crowns 1987 Silver 5oz. KM#177 and Crown One Ounce 1987 Palladium Proof APW 0.9949 oz. KM#176a, FDC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue, no certificate, the box in distressed condition, the set now lists at $2250 in the latest Krause catalogue (£1,300 - £1,700)

1893) Jamaica Twenty Dollars Gold 1972 Tenth Anniversary of Independence KM#61 Gold Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the black case of issue with certificate (£220 - £300) 1894) Japan Mint Sets (8) 1980 (3), 1981 (3), 1984 (2) UNC in the cases of issue (£25 - £50)

1888) Isle of Man Crowns (10) 1974 Centenary of the Birth of Sir Winston Churchill Silver Proof, 1975 Manx Cat Silver Proof, 1976 Centenary of the Horse Tram Silver Proof, 1976 Bicentenary of the United States Silver Proof, 1977 The Queen’s Silver Jubilee Appeal Silver Proof, 1977 Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Proof, 1979 Tercentenary of the Isle of Man Coinage, 1980 200th Anniversary of the Epsom Derby Silver Proof, Isle of Man Crowns 1979 a 5-coin set Millennium of the Tynwald Silver Proofs, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Crown medals (4) 1977 Concorde Barbados to London, 1977 Concorde London to New York, undated (1977) Concorde London to Singapore, 1977 Silver Jubilee/Royal Lifeboat Institution, Silver Prooflike UNC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Medal 1973 Entry into the EEC, Obverse: Rt.Hon. Edward Heath Silver Proof, nFDC in the slide case of issue with certificate, Isle of Man Crown 1976 USA Bicentenary Silver Proof FDC in the ‘Bicentenary Crown’ wallet of issue (£150 - £250) 1889) Isle of Man Mint Set 1978 One Pound to Half Penny all struck in silver, ABU-BU the One Pound with a small tone spot, along with One Pound 1978 Standard issue UNC, in the black box of issue with certificate, One Pound 1978 Silver Proofs (6) nFDC to FDC with some toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates, One Pound 1979 Silver Proofs (4) each accompanied by a standard issue coin 1979 minted of the first day of issue these UNC, One Pound 1978 UNC, Isle of Man Crowns (5) 1976 Bicentenary of American Independence (2), 1977 Silver Jubilee (3) Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the red boxes of issue with certificates, Crown medals 1976 Field Marshal Montgomery (2) Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£100 - £180) 1890) Isle of Man Numismatic First Day Cover 2002 Princess Margaret Memorial comprising Crown 2000 One Fifth Ounce Gold Proof Life and Times of the Queen Mother - 1937 Coronation Scene FDC, and Five Pound Stamp Windsor Castle UNC on the envelope of issue, in a blue Westminster folder (£160 - £220) 1891) Isle of Man One Tenth Noble 1985 Platinum KM#153 Lustrous UNC, with some small tone spots, in the slide case as issued (£55 - £75)

1895) Jersey £25 Gold 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1896) Jersey One Pound 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in the Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£175 - £275) 1897) Jersey Sovereign 2000 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1898) Jersey Ten Pounds 2018 Remembrance Poppy 5oz. Gold Proof with selective rose gold plating FDC in the box of issue with certificate, number 8 of only 20 minted, the box without a lid (£5,000 - £8,000)

1899) Jersey/Guernsey/Alderney The History of the Royal Navy an 18coin collection 2003-2005 all Crown sized and in Silver depicting famous naval figures and vessels, each with a coloured flag on the respective reverses FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£150 - £250) 1900) Lao 2000 Kip 2017 Chinese Lunar Year of the Rooster, 2oz. Silver Proof, the reverse with a ring of Jade and with gold highlighting - an eye-catching large 55mm diameter issue struck in .999 silver FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£60 - £80) 1901) Lao 2000 Kip 2018 Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog, 2oz. Silver Proof, the reverse with a ring of Jade and with gold highlighting - an eye-catching large 55mm diameter issue struck in .999 silver FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£60 - £80)

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1902) London Mint Office Collection with a wide variety of sets and singles some in silver others gold plated (lot) (£200 - £400) 1903) Malta Mint set 1972 a 3-coin set comprising Five Pounds KM#15, Two Pounds KM#14, One Pound KM#13 Lustrous UNC with a ‘satin’ type finish with some light toning, in the red box of issue with certificate, Cataloguer’s note: the footnote in Krause states ‘Appears to be proof but officially issued as BU’ (£75 - £100) 1904) Nicaragua 500 Cordobas Gold 1975 Earthquake Relief KM#39 UNC and lustrous with some tone spots, in the green soft case of issue with certificate (£120 - £160) 1905) Niue 10 Dollars 2014 Sir Douglas Mawson - Australian Antarctic Pioneer - A Tale of Triumph and Tragedy, 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate number 01 of 500 minted (£120 - £150) 1906) Niue 10 Dollars 2018 Centenary of the First World War Armistice 5oz. Silver Proof FDC with colouring on the reverse, in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 1907) Niue 10 Dollars 2018 Centenary of the First World War Armistice 5oz. Silver Proof FDC with colouring on the reverse, in the box of issue with certificate, number 88 of 500 issued (£100 - £120) 1908) Niue 2013 850th Anniversary of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris a 14-piece set in .999 silver which when combined, has a total weight of 1027 grammes, Prooflike UNC, the central piece with coloured glass window, which illuminates, an eye-catching and impressive set sure to increase in demand in the light of recent tragic events. In the box of issue with certificate. Number 96 of just 250 sets issued (£800 - £1,000)

1914) Promoters issues a varied group includes Ingots, Coins, Notes, Stamps, Plaques, Numismatic and Medallic First Day Covers, a 6-piece Cicester Porcelain Plate collection and a pair of model buses, in the boxes of issue. Room Bidders only, not suitable for posting. (£75 - £150) 1915) Promoters items, fantasies etc., sets and singles generally base metal issues a very wide variety many cased Unc-BU (lot in two boxes) (£150 - £400) 1916) Promotors issues mostly Windsor Mint generally medallic including the large base metal gilt issues various themes most in cased themed sets, some regular coins such as Niue Dollars and 6 small gold issues (0.5 gram) 2 from Mongolia the others 14 carat medallic (lot in 2 boxes) (£200 - £400) 1917) Queen Elizabeth II 40th Anniversary Coronation Crown Collection a 12-coin set 1993 Silver Proofs all but one Crown sized from a variety of Commonwealth Countries:- Turks and Caicos Islands (3), Tonga, Tuvalu, Jamaica, GB (2), Fiji, St. Helena and Ascension, Vanuatu and Alderney, FDC in the Westminster box of issue, eight with certificates, USA Silver Eagle 1993 UNC, and GB Five Pound Crown 1993 UNC (£100 - £160) 1918) Queen Elizabeth II 40th Anniversary Coronation Crown Collection an 18-coin set 1993 Silver Proofs all Crown sized from a variety of Commonwealth Countries, nFDC to FDC retaining full mint brilliance in the wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet (£180 - £280) 1919) Queen Elizabeth II 40th Anniversary Coronation Crown Collection an 18-coin set 1993 Silver Proofs all Crown sized from a variety of Commonwealth Countries, Niue, St. Helena & Ascension, Seychelles, Solomon Islands, Gambia, Tonga, Tuvalu, GB, Vanuatu, Belize, Bhutan, Cayman Islands, East Caribbean States, Falkland Islands, Fiji, Guernsey, Jersey and New Zealand, nFDC to FDC in the wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet (£150 £250) 1920) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding 1997 a 24coin set from a variety of Commonwealth countries all but two Crown sized Silver Proofs, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£250 - £350) 1921) Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection a 24-coin set of Silver Crown-sized coins from a host of Commonwealth countries 2002-2003 Golden Jubilee and Coronation Golden Jubilee commemoratives, many with gold highlighted portraits, FDC in the Royal Mint wooden box, this in the velvet bag with certificates (£250 - £350)

1909) Niue 8 Dollars 2017 Chinese Lunar Year of the Rooster 5oz. Silver Proof, the reverse with the Rooster gold plated FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 1910) Niue 8 Dollars 2017 Chinese Lunar Year of the Rooster 5oz. Silver Proof, the reverse with the Rooster gold plated FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 1911) Order of Malta Proof Set 1979 a 4-coin set comprising 10 Scudi Gold 1979 X#79, 5 Scudi Gold 1979 X#78, 2 Scudi 1979 X#77 and 1 Scudo X#76 in silver nFDC toned in the red wallet of issue (£270 - £400) 1912) Panama 100 Balboas Gold 1975 KM#41 FDC or very near so, in the blue wallet of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1913) Panama 100 Balboas Gold 1975 KM#41 nFDC in a Franklin Mint box, no certificate (£200 - £300)

1922) Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother a 24-coin set from a host of Commonwealth countries, mostly Crown-sized Silver Proofs 1994-1999, each with a different reverse design depicting key events in the life of the Queen Mother nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, a few coins with a slight hint of toning, no certificates (£240 - £320) 1923) Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Lady of the Century a 24-coin set from a host of Commonwealth countries, mostly Crown-sized Silver Proofs 1994-1997, each with a different reverse design, depicting key events in the life of the Queen Mother nFDC to FDC, a few with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue, all but one with certificates (£180 - £280) 1924) Rhodesia and Nyasaland Proof Set 1955 (7 coins) KM#PS2 UNC to FDC with some toning and small spots, in the red case of issue (£75 - £150)

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1925) Rhodesia Proof Set 1964 a 4-coin set 2 1/2 Shillings, 2 Shillings, Shilling and Sixpence KM#PS2 About FDC in the blue case of issue, Tanzania 200 Shilingi 1981 20th Anniversary of Independence Silver Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the blue box of issue with certificate, Zambia One Kwacha 1974 10th Anniversary of Independence Cupro-Nickel Proof nFDC in the blue box of issue, scarce (£50 - £75)

1932) Samoa 100 Tala Gold 1983 South Pacific Games KM#55 BU in the red box of issue with certificate (£200 - £250)

1926) Royal Mint and promotional sets (15) and singles (21) includes many in silver with some Proof items some crown-sized or bigger, mostly in the cases of issue UNC to FDC, includes items with coloured surfaces or mounted in frames (£300 - £500)

1934) Ships and Explorers a 12-coin set Crown-sized Silver Proofs 19931996 nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box, 6 with certificates (£100 - £120)

1927) Russia 100 Roubles 1995 World War II Victory 50th Anniversary 1 Kilo of .900 silver Y#A387 nFDC in the wooden box of issue, the box missing the hinge, no certificate (£300 - £500) 1928) Russia 5 Roubles 1904 Gold NEF, Mexico 2 1/2 Pesos Gold 1945 EF, along with USA Silver Proof Sets (6) 1999S (9 coins, with State Quarters), 2000S (10 coins, with State Quarters), 2001S (10 coins, with State Quarters), 2002S (10 coins, with State Quarters), 2003S (10 coins, with State Quarters), 2004S (10 coins, with State Quarters), Proof Set 2006S (10 coins), USA 2005 State Quarters Silver Proof Set (5 coins), USA State Quarter Proof Sets (2) 2007S, 2008S (5 coins each), USA Presidential Dollar sets (2) 2007, 2008 (4 coins each), USA Congressional Coin Set 1989 Silver Dollar and Cupro-Nickel Half Dollar Proofs, USA World War II Anniversary Coins 1991 a 2-coin set comprising Silver Dollar and Cupro-Nickel Half Dollar Proofs, 1995S Civil War Battlefield a 2-coin set comprising Silver Dollar and Cupro-Nickel Half Dollar USA Dollars (5) 1986S Ellis Island Silver Proof, 1987S Silver Proof, 1990P Eisenhower Centennial Silver Proof, 1991P Korean War Memorial Silver Proof, 1992S US Olympics - Baseball Player Silver Proof, USA Half Dollars (5) 1982S George Washington Silver Proof, 1982D George Washington Silver UNC, 1986S 100th Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty Silver Proof, 1991S Mount Rushmore Cupro-Nickel Proof, 1995SUS Olympics - Baseball players Cupro-Nickel Proof, Silver Eagle 1986S Proof, USA Bicentennial Proof Set 1976 a 3-coin set comprising One Dollar 1976S, Half Dollar 1976S and Quarter Dollar 1976S Silver Proofs, USA Mint Sets (3) 1990P, 1990D, 1996D UNC in the original plastic, USA Dollars Susan B.Anthony 1979 a three-coin set Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints, UNC, USA Cents (7) 1982P (4), 1982D (3), UNC and lustrous, USA Cents in a Whitman folder (56) 1959-1984 Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco issues Lustrous UNC, includes aluminium token and Cupro-Nickel medal UNC, USA Dollars (3) 1904O in a PCI holder and graded MS64, 1921 Morgan VF, 1922D NVF, USA Half Dollar 1976 GVF, USA Cents (2) 1862 Fine, 1904 VG, Halfpenny 1723 Woods Fair, USA The National Bicentennial Medal 1976, UNC, USA The Official Brooklyn Bridge Commemorative Medal 1983 UNC in a slide case, France Franc 1975 EF, USA Satirical Medal -The Oil Crisis, Reverse-Three wise monkeys in Macao Bronze UNC, East Germany Mint Set a mixed date set (6 coins, One Mark to One Pfennig) 1980-1990 UNC in a slide case, the 20 Pfennig with corrosion, USA/Peru a coin and Banknote set comprising USA Half Dollar 1969D NEF and Peru 100 Intis banknote 1987 UNC (£300 - £600) 1929) Samoa 100 Tala Gold 1980 Governor Wilhelm Solf KM#42 BU in the Singapore Mint red box of issue with certificate, Rare with only 250 minted (£200 - £250) 1930) Samoa 100 Tala Gold 1980 Moscow Olympic Games - Hurdlers KM#37 BU in the Singapore Mint red box of issue, no certificate, Rare with only 250 minted (£200 - £250)

1933) Senegal (2) 150 Francs 1975 Eurafrique Silver KM#6 BU in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate, 50 Francs 1975 Eurafrique Silver KM#5 BU in the red Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £200)

1935) Solomon Islands Proof Set 2000 a 4-coin set comprising Five Dollars Silver (2) and One Dollar Cupro-Nickel (2) depicting Tennis, Swimming, Sailing and Cycling events, each with coloured reverses, UNC to BU to FDC (£90 - £120) 1936) South Africa INA Fantasy Set 1937 Crowns Edward VIII a 3-coin set each with REX IMPERATOR legend two coins in Berton-style Gold Plate, each of differing colour, and a Goloid example, this set unissued with only one other Crown known, an extremely rare set, in brown presentation case (£450 - £550) 1937) South Africa The Nelson Mandela 90th Birthday Celebration Set 2008, 2 coin set containing bi-metallic gold and silver issues 5 Rand 2008 and crown sized medal FDC cased as issued by the SA Mint with certificates. Certificate 1559 from 5000 issued (£600 - £700) 1938) Switzerland Ten Francs Gold 1913B KM#36 About UNC, in a slide case, France Five Francs Gold 1856A KM#787.1 Good Fine, Windsor Mint Medals in 14 carat gold (2) 2012 The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee 0.5 grammes Gold Proof nFDC in the Windsor Mint wallet with certificate, Diana Princess of Wales 2014 Portraits of a Princess Gold Proof 0.5 grammes FDC in the Windsor Mint wallet with certificate, along with a small quantity of gold leaf in a tube (£140 - £180) 1939) The Caribbean Royal Visit 1994 Silver Proof Collection a 6-coin set comprising Belize Ten Dollars 1994, Bahamas Two Dollars 1994, Guyana Fifty Dollars 1994, Bermuda Two Dollars 1994, Cayman Islands One Dollar 1994, Jamaica Ten Dollars 1994 all Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC with light handling marks, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£80 - £120) 1940) The Caribbean Royal Visit 1994 Silver Proof Collection a 6-coin set comprising Belize Ten Dollars 1994, Bahamas Two Dollars 1994, Guyana Fifty Dollars 1994, Bermuda Two Dollars 1994, Cayman Islands One Dollar 1994, Jamaica Ten Dollars 1994 all Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the box with some spots on the lid, Marshall Islands Legends of the Royal Air Force Fifty Dollars a 4-coin set 1991 comprising Mosquito, Hurricane, Spitfire and Lancaster issues nFDC to FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificate, in the box of issue, the box with some cracking to the vinyl, along with World Crown sized (10) Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 1992 40th Anniversary of Reign, Alderney Two Pounds 1992 40th Anniversary of Reign, Turks and Caicos Islands 1993 (3) 40th Anniversary of the Accession 1952-1992, all different designs, Belize Two Dollars 1993 40th Anniversary of the Coronation, Falkland Islands Fifty Pence 1993 40th Anniversary of the Coronation, Gambia 1993 20 Dalasis 40th Anniversary of the Coronation, New Zealand Five Dollars 1993 40th Anniversary of the Coronation, Isle of Man 1995 Aircraft of World War II, all Silver Proofs, nFDC to FDC in the soft Westminster packs of issue, some with certificates (£150 - £300)

1931) Samoa 100 Tala Gold 1981 International Year of the Disabled President Franklin Roosevelt KM#49, BU in the Singapore Mint red box of issue with certificate, Rare with only 250 pieces struck (£200 - £250)

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1941) The Commonwealth Games Commemorative Coin Collection 1986 a 12-coin set in Silver containing issues from GB, Bahamas, Barbados, Botswana, Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gambia, Ghana, Guernsey, Jamaica, Jersey, and Tonga Proof FDC or very near so some with a hint of toning in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and promotional booklet, the case with some spots (£150 - £200)

1951) Tristan da Cunha One Pound 2017 100th Anniversary of the House of Windsor Gold Proof FDC in the Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£175 - £275)

1942) The Millennium Masterpieces Collection 2000 a 24-coin set many Crown-sized and in Silver or Silver with gold plating, some in a variety of different shapes, from mainly Commonwealth countries nFDC-FDC some with toning, in the blue box of issue with certificates and booklets (£200 - £400)

1953) Turks and Caicos Islands 25 Crowns 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation - The Queen’s Beasts, a 10-coin set in silver, impressive 47mm diameter issues KM#PS9 nFDC to FDC in the Royal Canadian Mint bookform-style box with certificate (£100 - £150)

1943) The Millionaires Collection - modern Fantasy Replicas of iconic and rare coins (2) Coenwulf Gold Penny and Gold Edward III Double Leopard, each weighing 4 grammes and in 22 carat gold, Lustrous UNC (£200 - £300) 1944) The Queen Mother Centenary Collection 2000 a 12-coin set Crown-sized and in silver from a host of Commonwealth countries, nFDC-FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£80 - £120) 1945) The Queen’s 80th Birthday Collection a 33-coin set Crown-sized, all but one in silver, includes issues from Gibraltar (14), Jersey, Alderney, GB, Nightingale Island (2), Ascension Islands, St. Helena, Malawi (5), Pitcairn Islands, Sandwich Islands, British Virgin Islands (4), Isle of Man Proof FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificates (£200 - £300) 1946) The Royal Family Commemorative Coin Collection a 24-coin set Crown-sized and in silver 1992-1993 40th Anniversary of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth II and Coronation 40th Anniversary issues, nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box, no certificates (£175 - £250) 1947) Tonga 2 Pa’anga 1979 FAO - SEA Resource Management Silver Proof KM#61a FDC, Pa’anga 1979 FAO Technical Co-operation program rectangular Silver Proof KM#60a FDC, in the delivery boxes 1980 2 Pa’anga FAO - SEA Resource Management Silver Proof KM#63a (2), both FDC, Pa’anga 1980 FAO - Rural Women’s Advancement rectangular Silver Proof KM#62a (2) nFDC to FDC retaining virtually full original mint brilliance, in three delivery boxes of issue, Tonga 20 Pa’anga Gold 1980P Rural Women’s Advancement KM#65 and 10 Pa’anga Gold 1980P Rural Women’s Advancement KM#64 UNC still sealed in the Italy Mint plastic sleeve (£75 - £125) 1948) Tristan da Cunha - The Royal Birthdays Gold Coin Collection 2016 a 3-coin set in 9 carat gold comprising Gold Crowns (3) 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday (2) each coin with a different reverse and Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday and Prince Philip 95th Birthday Gold Prooflike UNC, Tristan da Cunha Gold Crown 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch Gold Prooflike UNC in the Jubilee Mint wallet of issue with certificate, Alderney Gold 25 Pence 2018 65th Anniversary of the Coronation Gold Prooflike UNC in the Jubilee Mint wallet of issue, Tristan da Cunha Numismatic First Day Cover 2016 Remembrance Day Gold Prooflike UNC the reverse with a coloured poppy, on the envelope of issue with First Class stamp (£70 - £100) 1949) Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday and the Duke of Edinburgh 95th Birthday Gold Proof UNC with some toning, in the Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate, only 99 pieces minted (£1,000 - £1,300) 1950) Tristan Da Cunha One Crown 9 carat gold one gram pair as part of a large collection of cased items and sets plenty of Royal Mint BU packs, 2014 Proof Set, medallic issues including a colourful set of bus medals we have not seen before and more (lot) (£400 - £700)

1952) Tristan da Cunha One Pound 2017 Sapphire Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II Gold Proof FDC in the Jubilee Mint box of issue with certificate (£175 - £275)

1954) USA 50 Dollars Gold Eagle One Ounce 1986 Proof KM#219 nFDC/ FDC with a hint of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the case of issue with certificate (£800 - £1,100) 1955) USA 50 Dollars Gold One Ounce 1986W Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,200) 1956) USA Dollars (13) 1882O, 1890, 1891O, 1896 (3), 1921 Morgan, 1921D Morgan, 1922, 1923, 1971, 1971S, 1976, 1979 in mixed grades to UNC, USA One Dollar Commemoratives (4) 1986 Ellis Island, 1987 200th Anniversary of the US Constitution, 1988S Olympic Games, 1989S Liberty, UNC and Prooflike, USA Silver Eagles (4) 1988, 1996, 2007, 2008, USA Silver Eagles with coloured Reverses (3) 2007, 2009 (2) UNC, USA One Ounce Silver Medal 2002 Mississippi Statehood Quarter Replica Proof like UNC, Half Dollars (4) 1943D, 1944D, 1964, 1968D, USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1982D Washington UNC, USA Quarter Dollar 1928, Dime 1943, Five Cents Buffalo, date worn, One Cent 1901 in mixed grades, in a Westminster boxes a few with certificates, along with a John.F.Kennedy Silver Medal Prooflike UNC (£225 £350) 1957) USA Dollars (28) 1878, 1879S, 1880, 1881O, 1882O, 1883O, 1884, 1885O, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899O, 1900, 1901O, 1902O, 1904O, 1921D Morgan, 1922 Peace, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926S, 1935 EF to Lustrous UNC in a glass-topped lockable presentation case with key (£600 - £700) 1958) USA Five Dollars Gold 1986W Statue of Liberty Head KM#215 Gold Proof nFDC-FDC with a small tone spot, in the box of issue, no certificate (£200 - £300) 1959) USA Five Dollars Gold 1987W Constitution Bicentennial Eagle and Quill Pen KM#221 Gold Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1960) USA Five Dollars Gold 1987W Constitution Bicentennial Eagle and Quill Pen KM#221Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue, this with certificate, without the box lid, the outer card sleeve torn on the top (£200 - £300) 1961) USA Five Dollars 1987W Constitution Bicentennial Gold Proof, in United States Constitution Coin box with certificate (£200 - £275) 1962) USA Five Dollars Gold 1988W Olympic Games KM#223 BU in the red case of issue with certificate (£200 - £300) 1963) USA Five Dollars Gold 1988W Olympic Games KM#223 Gold Proof FDC comes with an incorrect Canada case (£200 - £300) 1964) USA Five Dollars Gold 1988W Olympic Games KM#223 Gold Proof FDC in the red case of issue with certificate, some damage to the card outer case (£200 - £300)

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1965) USA Proof Sets (2) 1982S, 1985S, FDC cased, One Dollar Commemorative 1991P Korean War Silver Proof, USA One Dollar and Half Dollar set 1986 One Dollar Ellis Island Silver Proof boxed with certificate, and Half Dollar Liberty Cupro-Nickel Proofs nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate, USA Five Cents the ‘Wartime Nickel’ set (11 coins) comprising 1942P, 1942S, 1943P, 1943D, 1943S, 1944P, 1944D, 1944S, 1945P, 1945D, and 1945S EF to UNC and lustrous, Statehood Quarters 1999 a 5-coin set gold plated EF to UNC, Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2009 Gold plated silver with inset rubies Proof nFDC in the London Mint box with certificate, Canada Dollars (2) 1977 Silver Jubilee - Throne of the Senate’ Silver Proofs nFDC, in the boxes of issue, Fiji Medal 2012 RMS Titanic nFDC with coloured reverse, Germany (3) Two Reichsmarks (2) 1936D Fine, 1937F Fine, and a Lusitania Medal 1915 UNC, USA Half Dollar 2001P with coloured obverse of Barack Obama UNC on the card of issue, along with a further three empty case for Half Sovereigns and Sovereigns (£60 - £100)

1970) Utrecht Fantasy Gold Ducat and Double Gold Ducat 1586 - 1986 by the Dutch Mint prooflike Unc and both in a presentation wallet with certificates (£250 - £350)

1966) USA Proof Sets (31) 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1968S, 1969S, 1970, 1971S, 1972S, 1973S, 1974S, 1976S, 1977S (2), 1978S, 1979S (2), 1980S (2), 1981S, 1982S (2), 1983S (2), 1984S, 1985S (2), 1986S (2), 1987S nFDC to FDC most in the cases of issue, USA Prestige Proof Set 1986S with Nation of Migrants Half Dollar, FDC in the box of issue, USA Special Mint Set 1966 (5 coins) BU in the case of issue, USA Mint Set 1979P and D mintmarks UNC in the envelope of issue, USA Dala 1991 50th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor One Ounce Silver Proofs (2) FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, One Dollar 2004 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue, Medallic Covers George Washington 1982 (3) each with One Ounce Silver Proof and 20 Cent stamp UNC in the wallets of issue, Bermuda Numismatic Cover 1975 comprising $25 Royal Visit Proof and 17 Cent stamp FDC in the wallet of issue, Nativbe American Coin Set a 4-coin set comprising One Dollar Sacagawea 2000D UNC, Nickel Indian Peace 2004D UNC, Buffalo Nickel 1934 Fine, One Cent 1907 Fine. State Quarters 2001P a 5-coin set EF to UNC gilded, on a display card, Babe Ruth Gold card showing his career record, Presedential Medal 1989 39 Presidents, Goldine UNC on the card of issue, Lincoln-Kennedy Cents (2) 1973D with incuse Kennedy Effigy in the fields EF to UNC on the cards of issue, Replica Congress Declaration UNC still sealed, USA Banknotes One Dollar 1957, 1957 and 1957B issues (9) in mixed grades to NEF, Canada Banknotes (2) 2 Dollars 1954 and 1 Dollar 1954 Fine with some folds, Germany 5 Marks 1917 Fair, ana copy of a Hungary 1000 Pengo note from 1945 (£200 £300) 1967) USA Proof Sets 1961 (12) FDC some still sealed in the envelopes of issue (£100 - £120) 1968) USA Ten Dollars 2008 Gold One Quarter Ounce in an NGC holder and graded MS69 (£220 - £300) 1969) USA The John F. Kennedy USA Half Dollar 50th Anniversary Collection a 91-coin set, currency issues, assembled by the Warbury Mint, comprising issues from 1964-2014, Philadelphia and Denver Mints GEF to UNC most with lustre, in the glass topped display case of issue, accompanied by a set of information cards about the key events in Kennedy’s life (£100 - £200) 1971) Vanuatu 100 Vatu 1995 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother - The Official Coronation Portrait 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue, no certificate (£45 - £65) 1972) World (12) Modern Silver Proof issues 1991-1995 with 9 Crownsized nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box some with certificates (£100 - £120)

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1973) World (12) Modern Silver Proof issues 1993-1995 all Crown-sized, many with a World War II theme nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box, no certificates (£100 - £120) 1974) World (15) Modern issues with Crown-sized (13) all but two in silver, with many Proofs, includes many European issues with Ecu denominations, UNC to FDC in a Westminster box (£100 - £120) 1975) World cased items and sets a wide variety including silver such as USA Peace Dollar and GB 1935 Crown (lot) (£200 - £400) 1976) World Conservation Series Silver Proof Collection the full 48-coin Crown-sized set 1970s issues nFDC to FDC lightly toning, retaining much original mint brilliance, in capsules (one with only half a capsule) with 24 certificates and the accompanying booklets (£800 - £1,200) 1977) World Proof and Mint Sets (36) and singles (34) 1960s and 1970s includes issues from Jersey, Jamaica, New Zealand, Tonga, Canada and more, includes some Crown-sized issues and some silver issues, some duplication, with many cased items mostly UNC to FDC (£200 - £350) 1978) 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 (£160 - £200) 1979) World Proofs (19) mostly Crown-sized 1970s issues all but two in silver nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue the majority with certificates (£175 - £250)

Sunday Sale Starts at 11.00 am Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1982-2121) 1982) Ancient Bronzes, Artefacts, Lead Tokens and a Jetton (41) a varied selection in mixed grades (£50 - £100) 1983) Ancient Egypt bronzes (5) includes Ptolemy VIII (170-117BC) around VG (£20 - £40) 1984) Ancient Greece (2) - Ar Stater Akarnania c.350-300BC Obverse: Athena helmeted, left, NAV monogram behind head in field, Reverse Pegasus flying left with AN below, Pegasi 26, VF. Thasos Tetradrachm obverse with MV monogram countermark, 14.5 grammes, VG/Poor (£70 - £120) 1985) Ancients Greek and Roman in an album (66), includes some fantasy issues, in mixed lower grades (£60 - £90) 1986) Ancients includes Roman, Byzantine and Greek, (220) includes some in silver (31) many different types represented, a few holed, in mixed grades some VF (£250 - £300) 1987) Byzantine Gold Solidus, Revolt of the Heraclii (608-610 AD), Obverse: Heraclius and Exarch Heraclius facing, robed, Reverse: Cross Potent on 4 steps, 4.45 grammes Good Fine (£1,000 £3,000)

1980) World sets and cased items generally base metal BU issues in presentation packs and boxes a very wide variety (lot) (£250 £450) 1981) World silver cased proofs (40) a wide variety mostly crown sized proofs, includes many more recent and seldom offered issues, generally BU-FDC as issued (£400 - £700)

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1988) Celtic Units (4) Potin (c.120-100BC) Thurrock Butting Bull type S.62 (2), Class II type S.64 (2) one uniface, Fair to Fine (£20 - £40) 1989) Dupondis Agrippa Reverse: Crocodile and Palm tree with snake and wheat ear countermark as part of a group of Roman Countermarked Bronzes (5) in mixed grades NVG to Fine (£20 - £40) 1990) Egypt - Roman Empire Tetradrachm Antoninus Pius (146-147AD) Obverse: Laureate head right ANTфNINOC CEBEYCEB ΔEKATOY (Year 10) Reverse: Elpis standing left holding flower and raising skirt, 8.47 grammes, Milne 1897, Fine (£20 - £50) 1991) Egypt (2) Roman Empire, Hadrian Billon Tetradrachm, Alexandria, AD134-135, Laureate Head right AYT KAIC TPA IN AΔPIANO C CEB, Reverse Bust of Nilus right, with cornucopia at shoulder, Milne 1455, Fine with some edge cracks. Hadrian Billon Tetradrachm, Alexandria, Obverse: Laureate head right, Reverse Serapis on throne extending hand over Kerberos S.3739 Fine/Good Fine (£50 - £100) 1992) Gold Solidus Gratian Mid 373-April 375AD, Obverse: DN GRATIANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, Reverse VICTORIA AVGG, Two emperors enthroned facing, holding globe between them Victory with wings spread between their heads, vertical palm branch on throne, TROBT mintmark, RIC IX, Trier 39d, 4.41 grammes, Good Fine with some surface marks (£300 - £600)

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1993) Nero Sestertius AD63 Obverse: Bust left laureate, NERO CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM PM TR P IMP PP Reverse: Nero, bare-headed and with free-flowing cloak, advances right on horseback, holding spear in right hand, with foot soldier in front, looking back holding up vexillum, with a second foot soldier running behind horse, RIC 108, 22.99 grammes, VF (£1,000 - £1,200)

1994) Roman (2) Follis Maxentius (306-312AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate IMP C MAXENTIVS PF AVG, Reverse Roma looking left in hexastyle temple with knobs as acroteria, holding globe and spear, shield at her side, mintmark RET, 6.56 grammes, RIC Rome 258, Sear 14988, Fine/Good Fine, bold for the grade, Reduced Follis Maximinus II (309-312AD) Obverse Bust right, laureate and cuirassed, Reverse: Genio standing left, tower on left, loins draped, holding patera and cornucopiae, star in right field, mintmark PLN, 5.02 grammes, RIC 209b, Fine (£25 - £50) 1995) Roman (2) Maximinus I (235-238AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right draped and cuirassed, MAXIMINIVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Fides standing holding two standards, FIDES LILITVM SC, RCV 8327, RIC 43 Fine. Sestertius Crispina (178-191AD) Obverse Bust right, CRISPINA AVGVSTA, Reverse: CONCORDIA S C Concord seated left with patera and cornucopia VG with green patina RIC 665 VG with green patination (£50 - £100) 1996) Roman (3) Dupondis Titus struck 77AD under Vespasian Obverse: T CAES IMP AVGF TR P COS VI CENSOR, Reverse: Felicity standing holding caduceus and cornocopia Good Fine with green patination. AE As Nerva (96-98AD) Obverse: Bust right, Reverse; Standing figure, worn. AE23 Commodus (180-192AD) Obverse: bust right, legend worn, Reverse: Serapis and Cerberus VG (£30 - £60) 1997) Roman (4) Ae Quadrans Claudius (41-54AD) Obverse: Hand holding scales TI CLAVDIUS CAESAR AVG, PNR in field, Reverse SC, PON M TR P IMP PP COS II, RIC 91, 3.59 grammes Good Fine with some corrosion. Ae Quadrans Augustus, (c.5BC) Obverse Garlanded Altar MESSALLA GALVS III VIR, Reverse SC APRONIVS SISENNA AAAFF 3.278 grammes RIC 433 var. Fine. Ae4 Antoninus Pius (138-161AD), much of obverse legend off the flan, Reverse: Elephant right MVNIFICENTIA AVG, 2.54 grammes, around Fine. Byzantine Decanummium 20mm diameter in bronze, Reverse Large I, ANNO downwards to left, cross above, regnal years II and III top right Near Fine (£50 - £100) 1998) Roman (6) Ae As Faustina, Ae 25 Diocletian, Ae Antoninianus Allectus, Ae3 and Ae4 Constantius VG to Fine and a silver Denarius Licinius (84BC) Rome Mint 19mm diameter Near Fine (£50 - £75) 1999) Roman (9) Denarius (4) Caracalla as Caesar 196-197, Laodocea ad Mare, Obverse: Bust right, cuirassed and draped, bare head, seen from behind M AVR ANTON-CAES PONTIF, Reverse: Caracalla in military dress standing facing, baton pointed downward in right hand, spear in left hand, with trophy at right 3.54 grammes, RIC 329 Fine. Caracalla as Augustus 196-217 Obverse: Laureate head right ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT, Reverse Caracalla standing right, holding a transverse spear, behind him are two standards Rome Mint, 3.23 grammes, RIC 225 Fine with edge crack and incomplete flan. Severus Alexander (222-235) AD224. Obverse: Draped bust right, P M TR P III COS P P Reverse: Emperor in military attire standing left, holding globe and inverted spear. 3.13 grammes,

RIC 44, Fine. Sepimus Severus 197-198AD Obverse Layreate head right L SEPT SEV PERT AVG X, Reverse: Pax seated left holding branch and sceptre PACI AETERNAE Fine. Sestertius Severus Alexander, Reverse: Pax seated 22.46 grammes, RIC 402 Fine. Ae As (4) Germanicus, Marcus Aurelius, Hadrian and Domitian, VG to Fine (£75 - £150) 2000) Roman Ae Antoninianii (16) a varied group includes Claudius II (4), Gallienus (2), Salonina (2), Postumus, Vitorinus (4), Tetricus II and Aurelian (2) includes some Provincial types, in mixed grades, along with a Gallienus Billon Tetradrachm of Alexandria, VG to VF (£60 - £120) 2001) Roman Ae Antoninianii (5) Aurelian (270-275AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed, IMP C AVRELIANVS, Reverse: Emperor standing right, clasping hands with Concordia, standing left, CONCORDIA MILITVM, Mintmark V* in exergue, RIC 244 Siscia, RIC 59 Rome, GVF/NEF with a thin flan crack. Aurelian (270-275AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed, IMP C AVRELIANVS, Reverse: Emperor standing right, clasping hands with Concordia, standing left, CONCORDIA MILITVM, Mintmark T* in exergue, Siscia Mint. RIC 215var, Good Fine. Tetricus I (271-274AD) Cologne Mint, Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped IMP C TERTICVS PF AVG, Reverse: Pax PAX AVG RCV 11243, GVF. Quintillus (270AD) Milan Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, IMP QVINTILLVS AVG, Reverse: Mars advancing with branch and spear, P in exergue, MARTI PACI, RIC 58P GVF on a slightly irregular flan. Quintillus (270AD) Rome Mint, Obverse: Radiate and draped bust right IMP CM AVR CL QVINTILLVS AVG, Reverse: Fortuna standing left holding rudder on globe and cornucopia, Z in right field, Sear 11441, Good Fine/Fine (£50 - £100) 2002) Roman Ae Antoninianii (5) Probus (276-282AD) Obverse: Bust left, radiate with eagle-tipped sceptre, PROBVS PF AVG, Reverse: Sol in quadriga, left SOLI INVICTO, in exergue R-thunderbolt-Γ, RIC 203 GF/VF. Carus (282-283AD) Obverse: Radiate and cuirassed bust right IMP CARVS PF AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing with spear and shield, VIRTVS AVGG, KAΓ in exergue VF. Carus (282-283AD) Obverse: Radiate and cuirassed bust right IMP CARVS PF AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing with spear and shield, VIRTVS AVGG, KAΓ in exergue Fine with some pitting, on an irregularly shaped flan. Carinus (282-285AD) Antioch. Obverse: Bust right, radiate IMP C M AVR CARINVS PF AVG, Reverse: Carinus receiving Victory from Jupiter VIRTVS AVGG, EΔ XXI in exergue, RIC 325, NVF/ Fine. Maximianus (286-305AD) First reign, Obverse: Bust right, radiate and cuirassed, IMP C M AVR VAL MAXIMINAVS P F AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing right, holding sceptre and orb, facing Hercules standing left holding Victory and club, B and crescent in lower centre Mintmark XXI in exergue, RIC 622B, NVF. Radiate fraction Diocletian (284-305) Heraclea. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP C C VAL DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG Reverse: Emperor standing right, receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter, standing left, holding sceptre, HA in lower centre, RIC Heraclea 13/21 Fine (£30 - £60) 2003) Roman Ae Antoninianii (7) Probus (2), Galerius, Maximianus, Dioceltian, Allectus and Numerian types, VG to VF, along with Roman a mixed group (5) Probus Billon Tetradrachm, Diocletian Billon Tertradrachm, Gordian III Ae21 (Thrace), Ae24 Severus Alexander (Edessa), Elagabalus Ae (Edessa, Mespotamia), in mixed grades Fair to Fine (£30 - £60) 2004) Roman Ae Antoninianus, Allectis, usurper in Britain (293-296AD) Colchester mint. Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed IMP ALLECTVS AVG, Reverse Galley with crew of six and four oars, VIRTVS AVG, QC in exergue, NVF/GF with green patination (£40 - £80) 2005) Roman Ae As (2) Augustus (27BC-14AD) Moneyer’s series, Obverse: Bare head right, CAESAR AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST, Reverse: C PLOTIVS RVFVS IIVIR AAAFF around large SC, RIC 389, 10.92 grammes, Fine with green patination. Tiberius (14-37AD)

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Bust right, laureate, TI CAESAR (remainder of legend off the flan), Reverse: Front view of the altar of Lugdunum, off-centre, RIC 238a, 9.71 grammes, VG (£40 - £70) 2006) Roman Ae As (2) Caligula (37-41AD) Obverse: Bare head left C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT, Reverse Vesta seated left with patera and sceptre, VESTA SC, RCV 1803, RIC 38, 11.04 grammes, Fine. Claudius (41-54AD) Obverse: Bare head left, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG TR P IMP Reverse: Minerva left with shield and javelin RIC 116, 9.96 grammes, About Fine with green patination (£75 - £150) 2007) Roman Ae As Divus Augustus (struck 34-37AD by Tiberius) Obverse: Radiate head left, DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER, Reverse: SC with thunderbolt between, RIC 83 (Tiberius) 11.11 grammes, VF and pleasing, comes with an old ticket stating ‘Seaby July 1956’ (£50 - £150) 2008) Roman Ae Dupondis Antonia Obverse draped bust right ANTONIA AVGVSTA, Reverse TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP S-C Claudius, togate, holding simpulum, Cohen 6 some porosity, approaching Fine with brown patina (£100 - £150) 2009) Roman Ae Follis (2) Constantius I (305-306AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, FL VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, Reverse: Genius standing left, modius on head, naked but for chlamys over left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopiae GENIO POPV-L-I ROMANI, B in right reverse field, mintmark ALE, RCV 14073, VF. Maximianus (285-308AD) London Mint Obverse: Bust right Laureate and cuirassed DN MAXIMIANO PF S AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left, modius on head, loins draped, holding patera and cornucopiae, mintmark PLN GENIO POP ROM, RIC London 85, RCV 13444, GVF and scarce (£40 - £80) 2010) Roman Ae Sestertius Antoninus Pius Obverse: Laureate head right ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Reverse: Annona standing right, holding cornucopiae and two grain-ears over modius, prow at right ANNONA AVG S-C, Cohen 34 Fine with green patina (£100 - £150) 2011) Roman Ae Sestertius Faustina I 141AD Cohen 240, Obverse Draped bust right DIVA AVGVSTA FAVSTINA, Reverse Pietas standing, head left sacrificing over altar to left PIETAS AVG S C holding box of incense About Fine with green patina, the reverse with some verdigris (£50 - £100) 2012) Roman Ae Sestertius Trajan 104-107AD RIC 564. RCV 3196, Obverse: Head right, laureate, with slight drapery on far shoulder [AD. IMP CAES NERVAE] TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP COS [ ], Reverse: Dacia seated left in attitude of mourning, on a pile of arms SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI, with trophy before, SC in exergue below, Fine/Good Fine (£50 - £100) 2013) Roman Ae23 Claudius I Obverse: Bare head left TI CLAVD CAESAR [AVG GERM], Reverse: Claudius, veiled as the founder, ploughing right with two oxen, RPC 4546, NVF the obverse off-centre (£40 - £80) 2014) Roman Ae3 (18) a good mix of Emperors, VG to NVF (£65 - £95) 2015) Roman Ae3 and Ae4 (21) includes Licinius I, Licinius II (2), Constantine I (11), Julian II (3), Helena, Fausta, and Romulus & Remus commemorative types (2), in mixed grades, some VF, along with two low denomination pieces 9-10mm diameter one with part legend [IOCL] visible (Diocletian?) these two possibly forgeries, in low grades (£60 - £120) 2016) Roman Ae4 and Ae3 (25) a wide variety of Emperors represented, Fair to NVF (£100 - £150)

2018) Roman Antonianus Hostilian (251AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, [C VA] LENS HOSTIL MES QVINTVS N C, Reverse: Mars advancing right holding spear and shield, MARTI PROPVGNATORI 4.09 grammes, RIC 177b, Cohen 15, EF with excellent portrait, Rare thus (£150 - £200)

2019) Roman Antoninianii (5) Caracalla (198-217AD) minted 215AD. Obverse: Radiate Bust right, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Serapis standing left, raising right hand and holding sceptre PM TR P XVIII COS IIII, 4.91 grammes, RCV 6772. Gordian III (238244AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Gordian in military attire standing right with spear and globe, PM TRP IIII COS II PP 4.73 grammes, RCV 8646 GVF. Philip I (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left with Victory and sceptre, altar at feet, 3.54 grammes, ROMAE AETERNAE RIC 45, RSC 170 VF with some loss of flan between 2 and 3 o’clock. Philip II (247-249AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse Philip standing with spear and globe, 6.00 grammes, RCV 9240, NEF/GVF. Valerian I (253-260AD) Billon (minted 254AD) Obverse: Radiate bust right IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing with thunderbolt and sceptre IOVI CONSERVATORI, 3.00 grammes RCV 9943 GVF (£60 - £120) 2020) Roman Antoninianii (5) Caracalla (198-217AD) minted 215AD. Obverse: Radiate bust right, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Serapis standing with sceptre PM TRP XVIIII COS IIII PP, 5.78 grammes, RCV 6777 About VF. Gordian III (238-244AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: PM TR P V COS II P P Apollo seated left, resting arm on lyre, 4.50 grammes, RIC 87, RSC 237, About Fine with some verdigris. Trajan Decius (249-251AD) minted July-Dec. 250AD, Rome Mint, Obverse Bust right IMP C M Q TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, Reverse: Abundantia emptying cornucopia, ABVNDANTIA AVG, 4.41 grammes, RCV 9364 VF. Herennia Etruscilla (249-251AD) Obverse: Bust right, diamdemed and draped, HERETRUSCILLA AVG, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left PVDICITIA AVG, 3.73 grammes, RIC 59, RSC 19, VF/NVF with an edge crack. Valerian I (253-260AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, VALERIANVS P P AVG, Reverse: Sol, standing left holding globe and raising right hand, ORIENS AVGG, 3.10 grammes, RIC 13 NVF/GF (£50 - £100) 2021) Roman Antoninianii (5) Galerius (305-311AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate GAL VAL MAXIMIANVS NOB C, Reverse two Concordiae clasping hands CONCORDIA AVGG, II in exergue, RIC 678 a few verdigris spots, otherwise VF with almost full silvering. Aurelian (270-275AD) Obverse: Radiate bust right IMP AVRELIANVS AVG, Reverse Jupiter presenting globe to Aurelian, IOVI CONSER mintmark S in exergue, RCV 11542 Good Fine. Tacitus (275-276AD) Serdica. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, cuirassed and draped IMP CM CL TACITVS AVG, Reverse: Provedentia standing right holding two standards, facing Sol, standing left, holding globe and raising right hand, mintmark KAΔ, RIC 195, RCV 11795, VF with green patination. Tacitus (275-276AD) Ticinum. Obverse: Bust right, radiate IMP CM CL TACITVS AVG, Reverse: Victory hovering over two shields with open wreath, P in exergue, RCV 11820, Fine. Carausius (287-293AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate, IMP C CARAVSIVS PP AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left holding olive branch and transverse sceptre, worn in field (P in right field) mintmark MLXXI in exergue, RIC 98, VG (£25 - £50)

2017) Roman and Ancient (70) includes many different types with some in silver, in mixed grades to VF (£75 - £150)

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2022) Roman Antoninianii (5) Gordian III (238-244AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Fortuna seated left with prow and cornucopia, FORTVNA REDVX, 4.50 grammes, RSC 98a, RIC 210, NVF. Philip I (244-249AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse: Annona standing left with corn ears over modius and cornucopiae, ANNONA AVG, 3.84 grammes, RCV 8922, RIC 28c, NVF/GF. Herennia Etruscilla (249-251AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped and diademed, on crescent, HER ETRVSCILLA AVG, Reverse: Pudicitia standing left holding sceptre and drawing veil from her face. 4.12 grammes, RIC 578b, RSC 17, VF. Trajan Decius (249-251AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right IMP CMQ TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, Reverse Dacia standing left holding Dacian war standard (Draco) 3.93 grammes, RIC 12b, RCV 9354 VF with some edge cracks. Herennius Etruscus (251AD) Rome Mint, Obverse: Radiate bust right, Q HER ETR MES DECIVS NOB C, Reverse Herennius standing left, holding baton and spear, RIC 147C, RSC 26, RCV 9523 NVF (£50 - £75) 2023) Roman Antoninianii (5) Gordian III (238-244AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Radiate bust right IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Victory standing left holding palm and resting right hand on shield set atop a captive. 4.08 grammes, RIC 154,GVF/NEF. Octacilia Severa (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, M OTACIL SEVERA AVG, Reverse Concordia seated left CONCORDIA AVGG, 3.94 grammes, RSC 4, RIC 125c, VF. Philip I (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse: Fides standing left holding two standards FIDES MILIT, 3.91 grammes, RIC 32b, RSC 55 VF. Philip II (247-249AD) Obverse: Radiate bust right M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse Philip II standing with globe and spear, 3.67 grammes, RCV 9240, RIC 218d, GVF/VF and nicely toned. Trajan Decius (249-251AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped, IMP CWQ TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, Reverse: Abundantia emptying cornucopiae ABVNDANTIA, 4.04 grammes, RIC 10b, RCV 9364, GVF (£60 - £120) 2024) Roman Antoninianii (5) Otacilia Severa (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left holding sceptre and drawing veil from face, legends worn, VG. Herennius Etruscus (251AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, Q HER ETR MES DECIVS NOB C, Reverse Nerennius Etruscus standing left holding baton and spear, 3.88 grammes, RCV 9523, RIC 147c, RSC 26, VF/GVF. Trebonianus Gallus (251-253AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP CC VIB TEB GALLVS AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left with branch and sceptre, PAX AETERNAE, 3.42 grammes, RCV 9639, VF. Volusian (251-253AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP CAE C VIB VOLVSIANO AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left, holding branch and transverse sceptre, star in right field, PAX AVGG, 2.55 grammes, RIC 180, VG. Postumus (259-268AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse: Postumus in military dress holding a globe and spear PM TR P COS II PP, RIC V-II Lyons 53; Sear 10970, 4.06 grammes, VF/Fine with an edge crack at 11 o’clock (£50 - £100) 2025) Roman Antoninianus (15) a good mix of Emperors VG to VF (£100 - £200) 2026) Roman Ar Antoninianii (3) Saloninus (257-258AD) Rome. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, LIC COR SAL VALERIANVS N CAES, Reverse Saloninus standing with spear and globe, captive at feet, P to right field 3.47 grammes, RCV 10771, NVF. Gallienus (253268AD) Rome. Obverse: Radiate and draped bust right IMP C P LIC GALLIENUS AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing left with spear and shield, VIRTVS AVG, 3.70 grammes, RCV 10411 NVF. Postumus (260-269AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse Hercules standing with club and lion skin, 2.52 grammes, RCV 10944, a large fragment missing from 9 to 11 o’clock, Fine. Ae Antoninianii (2) Postumus (260-269AD) Cologne Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse: IOVI STATORI RCV 10954, NEF/ GVF. Postumus (260-269AD) Cologne Mint, Obverse: Bust right,

radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse: Jupiter advancing left, looking back, holding thunderbolt and sceptre, RIC 311, VF/NVF (£40 - £80) 2027) Roman Ar Siliqua Julian II (360-363AD) Constantinople. Obverse: Bust right, pearl-diademed and draped DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: VOT X MVLT XX within a wreath, mintmark CONST, 2.08 grammes, RIC Constantinople 159 CONST, one small crack and a few light scuffs, otherwise EF (£25 - £50) 2028) Roman Brass Dupondis Elagabalus (220-221AD) Obverse Radiate bust with sacred horn, Reverse Libertas standing left RIC 355 Good Fine and rarely offered (£40 - £60) 2029) Roman Britain (8) Antoninianus Carausius (2), Quinarius Allectus, Follis Constantine the Great, Follis Licinius, Ae3 Crispus (3) VG to Good Fine (£80 - £100) 2030) Roman bronzes (7) in a small album includes issues from Gallienus (260-286AD), Aurelian (270-275AD), Probus (276-282AD), Constantine the Great (307-337AD), Constantine II (337-340AD), Constantius II (337-361AD), and Valens (364-348AD) VG to Fine with Coincraft certificates (£20 - £30) 2031) Roman bronzes 2nd and 3rd Century AD Sestertius to Ae21 (15) a mix of emperors Fair to Fine (£75 - £150) 2032) Roman Bronzes Ae3, Ae4, Follis, Sestertius (46) in a Lindner tray, a wide variety of Emperors includes Gratian, Constantius, Constans, Valentinian I, Delmatius, Theodora, Saloniona, Helena, Magnentius, Theodosius, Constantine I and more, mostly VG to Good Fine (£200 - £400) 2033) Roman bronzes As, Sestertius and Dupondis (36) 1st and 2nd Century includes Augustus, Augustus and Agrippa, Faustina, Antonia, Germanicus, Claudius, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Domiitian, Trajan, Antoninus Pius, and more, in mixed grades Fair to Fine (£250 - £500) 2034) Roman Danarius (6) Nerva (1), Domitian (5) Near Fine to Good Fine (£50 - £75) 2035) Roman Demarii (2) Hadrian (c.134-138AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, HADRIANS AVG COS III PP, Reverse Egypt reclining left, with left elbow on snake wrapped basket and sistrum in right hand, ibis at feet AEGYPTOS, 3.33 grammes, RIC 296, RCV 97, Fine, Ex-M.Trenerry (£135). Antonius Pius and Marcus Aurelius (140AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Reverse: Bare head of Aurelius right, AVRELIUS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, 3.07 grammes, RSC 15 About VF, Ex-M. Trenerry (£95) (£100 - £120) 2036) Roman Denarii (2) Hadrian (117-138AD) Obverse: Laureate bust right IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG, Reverse: Hadrian seated on platform distributing money to citizen in toga, P M TR P COS III, LIBERAL AVG III below, 3.27 grammes, RIC 129 About Fine, Ex-M.Trenerry (£98). Antoninus Pius as Caesar (138-161AD) Issued 138AD. Obverse: Bare head right IMP T AEL CAES ANTONINVS, Reverse: Diana standing right, holding bow and arrow, RIC 447a (Hadrian) RSC 1058 Near VF, the flan with uneven edge (£75 - £100) 2037) Roman Denarii (2) Hadrian (117-138AD) Obverse: Laureate head right HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, Reverse: Tellus standing with plough handle and rake, 3.55 grammes, RCV 3543, Near VF. Faustina Jnr. (147-175AD) struck by Marcus Aurelius, Obverse: Draped bust right, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Reverse Venus enthroned left with Victory and sceptre, VENVS FELIX, 3.22 grammes, RCV 5267 Good Fine (£50 - £100)

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2038) Roman Denarii (2) Lucilla (161-169AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right LVCILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left, veiled and with hand on breast PVDICITIA, 2.63 grammes, RSC 62, RCV 5490, RIC 781 About VF with grey tone. Faustina Jnr. (147-175AD) Obverse: Draped bust right FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Reverse Fecunditas standing right with child and sceptre, FECVNDITAS, 3.13 grammes, RIC 677, RCV 5252 GVF/VF the obverse toned (£50 - £100) 2039) Roman Denarii (2) Lucius Verus (161-169AD) Obverse: Bare head right, IMP L VERVS AVG, Reverse: Provedentia standing, head left, holding globe and cornucopiae PROV DEOR TR P III COS II, 3.30 grammes, RIC 463, Good Fine. Lucilla (161-169AD) Obverse: Draped bust right LVCILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Juno seated left holding a flower and child wrapped in swaddling clothes, 3.39 grammes, RSC 36, RIC 770, Good Fine and bold, Ex-M.Trenerry (£110) (£50 - £100) 2040) Roman Denarii (2) Plautilla (198-211AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped PLAVTILLAE AVGVSTA, Reverse: Plautilla and Caracalla clasping hands. 3.42 grammes, RSC 10, RIC 361, NVF. Julia Soaemias, Obverse: Bust right, draped, IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Reverse: Venus standing half left, holding apple and sceptre, star in right field, RSC 8 VF with some flan stress and edge cracks, scarce (£75 - £150) 2041) Roman Denarii (3) Vespasian (69-79AD) 79AD. Obverse: Laureate head right, IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, Reverse: TR POT X COS VIII,. Radiate figure standing on a rostral column holding sceptre, RSC 559, RIC 1065 (RIC 119 in the 1962 edition) Fine, some scratches. Vespasian (69-79AD) Struck 70-72AD, Obverse: Laureate head right: IMP CAES VESP AVG P M, Reverse: Simpulum, sprinkler, jug and lituus, RIC II 30, RSC 43 some spots and light porosity, otherwise VF, Ex-Gorni sale 176 Lot 3029 (part), Ex-M.Trenerry (£69). Vespasian (69-79AD) Obverse: Laureate head right IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, Reverse Pax seated left, with elbow resting on arm of chair, right arm holds an olive branch, RIC 90, 3.49 grammes NVF (£100 - £150) 2042) Roman Denarii (3) Vespasian (69-79AD) Obverse: Bust right, VESPASIANVS AVG IMP CAESAR Reverse : Winged Caduceus TR P COS V PON MAX RIC 75, 3.07 grammes, Near Fine. Denarius Titus, Rome Mint, Obverse bust right, laureate, IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG PM, Reverse: Wreath on curule chair TR P IX IMP COS VIII P P, 3.18 grammes, RIC 109 Near Fine/About Fine. Titus Denarius Obverse: Bust right laureate, IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, Reverse: Yoke of oxen walking left, COS VIII, VG (£40 - £80) 2043) Roman Denarii (4) Hadrian (117-138AD) Obverse: Reverse PM TR P COS III Obverse: Laureate head right IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG, Reverse: Aequitas standing left with scales and cornucopiae, 2.80 grammes, RIC 80, RSC 1119, Fine/About Fine. Faustina Jnr. (147-175AD) Obverse: Draped and diademed bust right FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Salus seated left feeding from a patera, a snake rising from an altar SALVS, 3.12 grammes, RSC 195, RIC 714, Good Fine and bold. Maximinus I (235-238AD) Thrax, Rome Mint. Obverse: Laureate and draped bust right MAXIMINUS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe with right hand and holds cornucopia in other. PROVIDENTIA AVG, 2.71 grammes, RIC 20, VF, Ex-M. Trenerry (£88). Julia Maesa (218-220AD) plated denarius Obverse: Bust right, draped, IVLIA MAESA AVG, Reverse: Pudicitia seated holding sceptre, 2.77 grammes, RIC 420, Fine/Near Fine (£50 - £100)

2044) Roman Denarii (5) Septimius Severus (193-211AD) Obverse: Laureate head right,SEVERVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Felicitas standing left holding caduceus and cornucopiae FELICITAS AVGG, 3.30 grammes, RSC 135, RIC 261. Julia Domna (196-202AD) Obverse: IVLIA AVG Reverse: Isis standing right with foot on prow, holding infant Horus, SAECVLI FELICITAS, 3.21 grammes, RSC 174. Geta as Caesar (203AD) Obverse: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Felicitas standing left holding caduceus and cornucopiae. FELICITAS PVBLICA, 2.61 grammes, RSC 38a. Julia Mamaea (222-235AD) Obverse: Draped bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing left, holding patera and sceptre, with peacock at feet, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, 2.74 grammes, RIC 343, RSC 35. Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate and draped, IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Aequitas standing left AEQVITAS AVG, holding scales and cornucopia, RIC 127. NVF to GVF (£100 - £150) 2045) Roman Denarii (5) Septimius Severus (193-211AD) Obverse: Laureate head right SERERVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt in right hand, sceptre in left, two children at his feet P M TR P COS III P P, 2.92 grammes, RIC 240var. Julia Domna, under Septimius Severis (196-211AD) struck c.200AD, Obverse: Draped bust right, IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Isis standing right with foot on prow, holding infant Horus, SAECVLI FELICITAS, 3.22 grammes, RSC 174, RCV 6606. Geta (209-212AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped and cuirassed, P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Securitas seated left SECVRIT IMPERII, 2.83 grammes, RIC 20, RSC 183. Plautilla (198-211AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Venus standing left holding apple and palm, leaning on shield, Cupid at her feet VENVS VICTRIX, 3.43 grammes, RIC 369 RSC 25, scarce. Hadrian (117-138AD) Obverse: Laureate bust right, HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Indulgentia, draped, seated left on throne, right hand outstretched and holding vertical sceptre in left, COS III P P in exergue, 3.43 grammes, RIC 212a, RSC 850, Fine to GVF (£100 - £200) 2046) Roman Denarii (5) Trajan (98-117AD) 98-99AD. Obverse: Laureate Head right IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN AVG GERM, Reverse: Abudantia seated left on chair formed by crossed cornucopiae, holding sceptre, fold of drapery on her lap. 3.47 grammes, RIC 11. Hadrian Obverse: Laureate bust right HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Victory standing right hand to head, holding long palm, COS III, 3.44 grammes, RIC 182, RCV 3480 VF with some edge cracks. Antoninus Pius (138-161AD) Obverse: Laureate head right ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XVI, Reverse: Fortuna standing right with rudder on globe and cornucopiae, COS IIII, 3.19 grammes, RIC 222, Marcus Aurelius (161-180AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXIIII, Reverse: Victory advancing left with wreath and trophy VICT AVG COS III, 3.50 grammes, RCV 4952. Julia Domna (196-211AD) Obverse: Draped bust right IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Laetitia standing left with wreath and anchor LAETITIA, 3.11 grammes, RSC 101, Fine to VF (£100 - £150) 2047) Roman Denarii (5) Trajan (98-117AD) Obverse: Laureate bust right, draped on far shoulder, IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP, Reverse Spes walking left, holding flower and lifting skirt, 3.05 grammes, RIC 127, RSC 84, Hadrian (117-138AD) Obverse: Laureate bust right HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, Reverse: Victory walking right pulling fold of upper part of robe and pointing branch downwards 3.25 grammes, RIC282, RSC 1454. Antoninus Pius (138-161AD) Obverse: Laureate head right ANTONIVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XI, Reverse Annona standing left holding corn ears and placing left hand on modius set upon prow of galley, 3.13 grammes, RIC 163, RSC 286. Geta (209-212AD) Bust right, draped P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Felicitas standing with caduceus and cornucopiae, FELICITAS PVBLICA, 3.38 grammes, RCV 7173. Caracalla (198-217AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Liberalitas standing with abacus and cornucopiae, 3.82 grammes, RCV 6814. Fine to GVF (£100 - £150)

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2048) Roman Denarii (5) Trajan (98-117AD) Obverse: Laureate bust right, IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OP[TIMO AVG GER DAC], Reverse: Mars advancing right, carrying trophy P M TR P COS VI P P SPQR 2.92 grammes, RIC 337, Near Fine, with some weakness to the legend. Hadrian (117-138AD) Struck 128AD. Obverse: Bust right Laureate HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS PP, Reverse: Victory seated left holding wreath and palm, COS III, 3.24 grammes, RIC 345, Near Fine/Fine, toned. Trajan (98-117AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Laureate bust right IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TR P, Reverse: Aequitas standing left with scales, COS V PP SPQR OPTIMO PRINC, 3.38 grammes, RIC 118 RCV 3122, Fine, the reverse slightly better. Julia Mamaea (193-211AD) Obverse: Diademed and draped bust right, IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Reverse Vesta standing half left, holding palladium and sceptre, VESTA, 2.82 grammes, RIC 360, Good Fine with some edge cracks. Julia Domna (196-202AD) Obverse: Draped bust right IVLIA PIA FELIX, Reverse: Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding sceptre in left, RSC 212, RIC 388c (Caracalla) VF (£100 - £150) 2049) Roman Denarii (5) Trajan (98-117AD) Struck 115-116AD. Obverse: Laureate Bust right, IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC, Reverse: Genius standing left with patera and corn ears, PM TR P COS VI P P SPQR, 3.50 grammes, RIC 347. Hadrian (117138AD) Obverse Bare head right, HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, Reverse: Modius with four grain ears and a single poppy, 2.93 grammes, RIC 230, RSC 170. Ex-M.Trenerry (£88). Marcus Aurelius as Caesar (161-180AD) Obverse: Bare head right, AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, Reverse: Sacrificial Implements PIETAS AVG, RIC 424a, Ex-M.Trenerry (£79). Commodus (177-192AD) 192AD. Obverse: Laureate head right L AEL AVREL COMM AVG P FEL, Reverse: Fides standing left holding standard and cornucopiae, star in left field, P M TR P XVII IMP VIII COS VII P P, 3.52 grammes, RSC 583a. Faustina Jnr. Obverse: Bust right, draped, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch CERES, 4.12 grammes, RSC 35, Fine to NVF (£100 - £150) 2050) Roman Denarii (6) Septimius Severus (193-211AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, SEVERVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Laureate head right SERERVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Emperor standing sacrificing from patera over altar left. 3.58 grammes, RSC 791 VOTA SVSCEPTA XX. Geta as Caesar (209-212AD) Obverse: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT , Reverse: Geta standing left with spear and baton, trophy behind PRINC IVVENTVTIS, 3.23 grammes, RIC 157. Elagabalus (218-222AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Laureate and draped bust right IMP ANTONINVS AVG, Reverse: Liberalitas standing front, head left, holding abacus and cornucopiae, LIBERALITAS AVG III, 3.00 grammes, as RIC 102 but with AVG III ending the reverse legend. Julia Maesa (220-222AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped IVLIA MAESA AVG, Reverse: Felicitas standing left with long caduceus, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar, star in right field, SAECVLI FELICITAS, 3.08 grammes, RIC 271, RSC 45. Julia Mamaea (early 222AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Reverse: Juno standing left holding patera and sceptre, peacock at feet left, 2.87 grammes, RIC 343, RSC 35. Julia Domna (196-202AD) Laodicea mint. Obverse: Bust right, draped IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left, raising drapery from shoulder, PVDICITIA, 2.55 grammes, RIC 644, RSC 168, Good Fine to Good VF (£100 - £150) 2051) Roman Denarius (10) a mix of different rulers includes Faustina and Hadrian, some legend and portraits worn, generally VG to Fine (£50 - £100) 2052) Roman Denarius (10) includes Trajan (2), Hadrian (2), Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Faustina II, Commodus, Septimus Severus and Julia Domna, Fine to Good Fine (£100 - £150)

2056) Roman Denarius (13) includes Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Faustina I, Marcus Aurelius, Faustina II, Commodus, Septimus Severus, Julia Domna, Caracalla, Elagabalus, Severus Alexander and a further unattributed piece, VG to Good Fine (£125 - £225) 2057) Roman Denarius (3) Domitian (81-96AD) Rome mint. Minted 9293AD Obverse: Laureate head right IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TR P XII, Reverse Minerva advancing right, hurling spear and holding shield RIC 171, 3.4 grammes, VF. Domitian (81-96AD) Rome mint, minted 95-96AD Obverse: Laureate head right, IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P XV, l Reverse: Minerva standing facing, head left, thunderbolt in right hand, vertical spear in left hand, shield on ground behind, 3.55 grammes, RIC 192 NVF, Ex-M.Trenerry (£115). Domitian (81-96AD) Rome mint 76AD. Obverse Laureate head right, CAESAR AVG F DOMITIANVS, Reverse: Winged Pegasus standing right with left foreleg raised, Fine with grey tone (£70 - £100) 2058) Roman Denarius (7) Augustus (plugged), Nero (2), Vespasian (4) VG to Fine (£75 - £125) 2059) Roman Denarius Augustus (c.19-18BC) Colonia Patricia Mint, Obverse: Bare head of Augustus right, CAESAR AVGVSTVS Reverse: Round shield SPQR SIGNIS RECEPTIS RCV 1633, RSC 265, RIC 86a, Fine or better the obverse countermarked (£50 - £100) 2060) Roman Denarius Balbinus (238AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate and draped, IMP C D CAEL BALBINVS AVG, Reverse: Victory standing front with wreath and palm, 2.83 grammes, RIC 8, RSC 27 VF or near so with some graining to the surface and small edge cracks, Rare (£100 - £200)

2061) Roman Denarius Clodius Albinus (195-197AD) Obverse: Bare head right, [D CL] SEPT ALBIN CAES, Reverse: Roma seated on a shield and holding Palladium and sceptre, RIC 11a, RSC 61, 3.01 grammes, Good Fine with a small edge crack, Ex-M.Tranerry (£168) (£70 - £120) 2062) Roman Denarius Clodius Albinus (195-197AD) Obverse: Bare head right, D CLOD SEPT ALBIN CAES, Reverse: Minerva standing to left holding an olive branch, shield and spear MINER PACIF COS II RIC7, RSC 48, Good Fine/Fine with some edge nicks, Ex-M. Trenerry (£198) (£50 - £100) 2063) Roman Denarius Crispina (180-192AD) Obverse: draped bust right CRISPINA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Venus standing left, holding an apple and drawing drapery from left shoulder VENVS, 3.39 grammes, RSC 35, RIC 286a, RCV 6002, approaching VF with some of the often seen small flan cracks at the rims (£40 - £80) 2064) Roman Denarius Diadumenian, (218AD) Obverse: Bare head right, draped, M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES, Reverse Diadumenian stands half-left, head right, holding standard and sceptre with two standards on the right. 3.23 grammes, RIC IV 102, RSC 3, Near VF (£125 - £250)

2053) Roman Denarius (10) includes Trajan (2), Hadrian (3), Antoninus Pius, Faustina I, Faustina II, Caracalla, and Severus Alexander, Near Fine to Good Fine (£100 - £150) 2054) Roman Denarius (10) includes Trajan (2), Hadrian (3), Antoninus Pius, Faustina I, Faustina II, Septimus Severus and Elegabalus, Near Fine to Good Fine (£100 - £150) 2055) Roman Denarius (10) includes Trajan, Hadrian (5), Antoninus Pius, Faustina II, Commodus and Septimus Severus, Fine to NVF (£100 - £150)

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2065) Roman Denarius Didius Julianus (March to June 193AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG, Reverse: Fortuna standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia, 2.69 grammes, RIC 2, About Fine with some surface cracks. Cataloguers note: After the death of Pertinax, the army put the empire up for auction. Didius Julianus made the highest bid and was proclaimed Emperor in AD 193, but when the Senate heard of the impending arrival of Septimus Severus, elected Emperor by the legions in Pannonia, Didius was put to death after a reign of just 66 days. (£250 - £500)

2074) Roman Denarius Macrinus (217-218AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, draped and cuirassed, with longer beard, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG, Reverse: SECVRITAS TEMPORVM, Securitas standing left, legs crossed, leaning on column, holding sceptre, 3.16 grammes, RIC 92b, NVF, Ex-M.Trenerry (£195) (£70 - £120) 2075) Roman Denarius Maximinus I (235-238AD) Obverse: Late portrait, Laureate bust right, draped and cuirassed, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left with branch and sceptre PAX AVGVSTI, 3.05 grammes, RIC 12, RSC 31a (£30 - £60) 2076) Roman Denarius Nerva (Jan to Sept 97AD.) Obverse: Laureate head right NERVA CAES AVG PM TR P COS III P , Reverse: Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia, 3.33 grammes, RIC 16, RSC 66, strong GVF with excellent surfaces, Rare thus (£200 - £400)

2066) Roman Denarius Faustina Snr. (d.140-141AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right, DIVA FAVSTINA, Reverse: Juno standing left, hand raised, holding sceptre, AETERNITAS, 3.43 grammes, RSC 26, RIC 344 NEF/GVF the reverse with a little uneven tone (£50 - £100) 2067) Roman Denarius Galba (68-69AD) Obverse: Bare head right, IMP SER GALBA AVG, Reverse: SPQR OB CS within wreath, RIC 166, RSC 285, Good Fine and nicely toned, Ex-Spink (£480) (£300 - £600)

2068) Roman Denarius Galba (68-69AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, IMP SER GALBA AVG, Reverse Concordia holding ears of corn and cornucopiae, RSC 40A, 3.06 grammes, Good Fine (£200 - £400)

2069) Roman Denarius Julia Paula (219-220AD) Obverse bust right, draped IVLIA PAVLA AVG , Reverse: Concordia enthroned left with patera, left arm resting on chair, star in left field, 2.85 grammes, RIC 211 VF with a verdigris spot on the reverse rim (£75 - £150) 2070) Roman Denarius Lucilla (161-169AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right, LVCILLAE AVG M ANTONINI AVG F, Reverse: Vesta standing left, sacrificing from a simpulum over a lit altar left, holding palladium, 3.2 grammes, RSC 92, RIC 788, some edge cracks, excellent surfaces, the reverse with very little actual wear, EF, EX-M.Trenerry (£125) (£50 - £100) 2071) Roman Denarius Macrinus (217-218AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate and cuirassed, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG, Reverse Jupiter standing left with thunderbolt, sceptre and small figure of Macrinus, 3.63 grammes, RIC 76, NVF with small edge cracks (£40 - £60) 2072) Roman Denarius Macrinus (217-218AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, draped and cuirassed, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG, Reverse: Aequitas holding scales and cornucopia AEQVITA AVG, 3.50 grammes, RIC 53, GF/NVF with a small edge crack (£40 - £60) 2073) Roman Denarius Macrinus (217-218AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, draped and cuirassed, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG, Reverse: Fides standing between two standards, her head right with foot standing upon a helmet VF on a slightly irregular flan (£50 - £75)

2077) Roman Denarius Pertinax (193AD) Obverse: bust right, laureate [IMP CAES] P HELV PERTIN AVG, Reverse: Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia, 2.98 grammes, RIC 1, Near Fine/ VG, Very rare (£125 - £250)

2078) Roman Denarius Plautilla (198-211AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Venus standing left holding apple and palm, leaning on shield, Cupid at her feet, VENVS VICTRIX, 3.24 grammes, RSC 25, RIC 369, Good Fine on an irregularly shaped flan (£40 - £80) 2079) Roman Denarius Pupienus (238AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate and draped, IMP C M CLOD PVPIENVS AVG, Reverse: Pax seated left with branch and sceptre, PAX PVBLICA, 3.43 grammes, RIC 4, RSC 22, Near VF/Good Fine (£200 - £250)

2080) Roman Denarius Sabina (128-136/7AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, head diademed, SABINA AVGVSTA HADRIANI P P, Reverse Concordia seated left, holding patera and sceptre, CONCORDIA AVG, 3.24 grammes, RIC 399a NEF, scarce, Ex-Spink (£350) (£100 - £200)

2081) Roman Denarius Titus (79-81AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN A[ ], Reverse Bound captive in front of trophy TR P VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII P P, 2.92 grammes, RIC 30, Good Fine with pleasing grey tone (£40 - £60) 2082) Roman Denarius Vitellius (69AD) Obverse: Bust right laureate, A VITELLIVS IMP GERMAN, Reverse: Clasped hands FYDES EXERCITVM, RIC 28, RSC 31A, 3.42 grammes, Fine (£150 - £250)

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2083) Roman Denarius Vitellius (69AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, A VITELLIVS GERM IMP AVG TR P, Reverse: Libertas standing, Head right, holding pileus and long staff, RIC 105, LIBERTAS RESTITVTA Rome Mint, 3.52 grammes, VF toned, good metal, Ex-M.Trenerry (£398) (£175 - £250)

2092) Roman Provincial - Macrinus and Diadumenian, (217-218AD) Five Asserion Marcianopolis mint, Lower Moesia Obverse facing busts of Macrinus and Diadumenian, Reverse: Aequitas standing holding patera and spear, E in right field, 26mm diameter, 13.07 grammes, VG some verdigris comes with ticket stating ‘Ex-Credit Suisse Auct. 3 Lot 639’, (held on 19-20 April 1985) (£30 - £60)

2084) Roman Denarius Vitellius (69AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, A VITELLIVS GERM IMP TR P, Reverse: Concordia seated left, holding patera and cornucopia RIC 90, 2.88 grammes, About Fine (£50 £100)

2093) Roman Provincial (2) Ae5 Gordian III and Tranquillina, Thrace, Odessus, (241-244AD) Assaria. Obverse: facing busts of Gordian III left and Tranquillina right, AYT K M ANT ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝOC AYΓ CEB TPANKYIΛ - ΛEINA, Reverse:Hygieia standing right feeding serpent held in arms from patera, E to left, OΔHCCEITΩN, 12.11 grammes, Fine, Ae5 Elagabalus and Julia Maesa, Marcianopolis, Moesia Inferior, Assaria, Obverse: Elagabalus and Julia Maesa busts facing, Reverse: Bonus Eventus standing left holding patera and two grain ears, E in left field, 9.99 grammes Fine, Rare (£50 - £100)

2085) Roman Denarius Vitellius (69AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, A VITELLIVS GERM IMP TR P, Reverse: SPQR OB CS within wreath, 3.48 grammes, RIC 83, pleasing VF on an irregularly shaped flan, EX-M.Trenerry £575) (£125 - £250)

2086) Roman Denarius Vitellius (69AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, A VITELLIVS GERM IMP TR P, Reverse: Tripod with dolphin above and raven below, 2.52 grammes, RIC 70, RSC 115 Fine, toned (£75 - £125) 2087) Roman Dupondius - Tiberius, struck 19-20AD, Obverse bust right. Laureate, TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F [AVGVSTVS], Reverse crossed cornucopiae and winged caduceus, with cornucopia countermark, PO[N MAXIM COS] III [IMP VII TR POT] XXII unknown city and issue mark 13.65 grammes, countermark NF, host coin NF/ VG (£50 - £100) 2088) Roman Follis (5) Maximianus (286-305AD) Heraclea. Minted 294AD. Obverse: Bust right, laureate, IMP C MA MAXIMIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left holding patera and cornucopia, GENIO POPV-L-I ROMANI Exergue: HTS, RIC 19b, Fine, some pitting. Diocletian (284-305AD) Trier. Obverse: Bust right, laureate IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left with patera and cornucopiae, S F in fields, PTR in exergue, RIC Trier 582a, VF. Constantius I (305-306AD) London. Obverse: Bust right, laureate. FL VAL CONSTANTVS NOBC, Reverse Genius standing with patera and cornucopiae GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, RIC 14a VF. Severus II (306-307AD) Rome. Obverse: Bust right, laureate, SEVERUS NOB CAES, Reverse: Moneta standing left holding scales and cornucopiae, star in right field, Mintmark RT, RIC Rome 123a, VF/GVF and pleasing. Maximinus II (309-313AD) Obverse: Bust right Laureate and draped GAL VAL MAXIMINVS NOB ILC, Reverse: Genius standing holding patera and cornucopiae, star in right field, PLG in exergue GENIO POPVLI ROMANI GVF (£75 - £150)

2094) Roman Provincial (4) Ae26 Philip II and Serapis, Marcianopolis, Moesia Inferior, (247-249AD) Magistrate: Prastina Messallinus. Busts facing M IOYΛIAC фIΛIППOC KAI CAP AYГ, Reverse: Naked Hermes bending left, with tortoise and ram’s head AMNG 1209, Fine with touches of verdigris, scarce. Ae26 Philip I (244-249AD) Seleucis and Piera. Antioch, Syria, Obverse: Bust right, Laureate, draped and cuirassed, AYTOK K M IOYΛI фIΛIППOC CEB, Reverse: Turretted, veiled and draped bust of Tyche left, above, ram leaping left, head reserved, Near Fine/Good Fine. Ae28 Maximinus Thrax (235-238AD) Obverse: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, AVT MA≡I MEINOC EVCEBHC AVT, Reverse Zeus standing left with thunderbolt and sceptre, About Fine with green patination, Ae33 Claudius II (268-270AD) Mysia, Cyzicus Mint, Obverse: Bust right, Laureate, AVT K M AV PK ΛAVΔ IOCCEB, Reverse: Galley sailing right S.4735 Fine (£75 - £150) 2095) Roman Republic bronzes (8) Sestertius to Ae4 in mixed lower grades (£40 - £80) 2096) Roman Republic Denarius (3) C.Vibius C.f.Pansa (90BC) Obverse: Laureate Head of Apollo right, PANSA behind, Reverse Minerva in quadriga, right, C.VIBIVS. C.F in exergue, 3.86 grammes Fine or better. L.Julius Bursio (85BC) Obverse: Bust of Male with attributes of Apollo and Mercury, Neptune trident over shoulder, , Reverse: Victory in a quadriga, 3.92 grammes, Good Fine. L.C.Piso Frugi (55BC) Obverse: Head of Apollo right, Reverse: Horseman right, 3.91 grammes, NVF with some surface marks (£75 - £125) 2097) Roman Republic Denarius (8) includes Marcus Baebius, T.Cloulius, Augustus, Caius Marcius Censorinus, Marcius Philippus, C. Mari C.F. Capit, Q.Sicinius and Coponius, and one other unattributed issue, VG to NVF (£150 - £200) 2098) Roman Republic, Denarius, Augustus, 27BC, Samos or Pergamum Mint Obverse: Bare head right CAESAR, AVGVSTVS, Bull standing right, RIC 475, RSC 28 VF well centred (£250 - £400)

2089) Roman in silver (19) mixed emperors and types in collectable grades F-VF (£200 - £300) 2090) Roman in silver (23) mixed emperors and types in collectable grades F-VF (£250 - £350) 2091) Roman plated Denarius Vitellius (69AD) Obverse: Victory left, VICTORIA AVGVSTI Reverse: Clasped hands FYDES EXCITVVM RIC 11B, 1.8 grammes, Fine with some corrosion, on an irregularly shaped flan (£50 - £100)

2099) Roman Republic, Denarius, Q Marcius Libo 148BC S.90 Obverse: Roma right, LIBO behind, Reverse: Dioscuri galloping right, Q MARC below horses. Marcia 1, Syd.396 some edge nicks, otherwise Fine or slightly better (£30 - £50)

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2100) Roman Republic, M.Herennius c.108-107BC Obverse: Head of Pietas right, wearing stephane PIETAS downwards behind, Reverse: Amphinomus running right, carrying his father M.HERENNI downwards behind, 3.87 grammes, NVF/GF (£30 - £60) 2101) Roman Sestertius (4) Faustina I, Commodus, Otacilia and Philip II VG to Fine (£75 - £125)

2121) Tetradrachm Otho (69AD) Antioch - Syria Prieur 101, RPC 4199 Obverse: Laureate head right AYTOKPATWP M OQWN KAICAP CEBACTOC, Reverse; Eagle within wreath, legend off flan, , 14.01 grammes, otherwise around Fine (£200 - £300)

2102) Roman Sestertius (6) includes Tiberius, Vespasian, Trajan (3) and Hadrian, in mixed lower grades (£60 - £120) 2103) Roman Sestertius Ae26 Aemilian, Dacia, (252-253AD) Obverse: Bust right cuirassed and draped IMP C M AEMIL AEMILIANVS AVG, Reverse: Dacia standing facing, holding short sceptre in left arm, over which is a wreath, and holding up a bundle of rice in right hand, eagle and lion at feet, AN VIII in exergue, Pick 58 Near Fine/VG with green patination (£30 - £60) 2104) Roman Sestertius Commodus 190AD Obverse: Bust right, laureate, M COMMOD ANT P FELIX AVG BRIT PP, Reverse: Genius standing left holding a patera and cornucopiae, altar at left RIC 561, Fine/VG (£40 - £80)

World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2122-2382 )

2105) Roman Sestertius Faustina Jr. (161-180AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Draped bust right wearing circle of pearls FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Juno. Veiled, standing left, holding patera and sceptre, peacock stands left at feet with head reverted, IVNONI REGINAE RIC 1651, 27.41 grammes, Fine or slightly better (£50 - £75)

2122) Australia Florin 1958 Proof KM#60 in a PCGS holder and graded PR66 (£170 - £220)

2106) Roman Sestertius Hadrian (117-138AD) Obverse: Bust left HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Justitia seated left holding patera RIC 710 - Cohen 891, VF/GF the surfaces with some pitting (£50 - £100) 2107) Roman Sestertius Otacilia Severa (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped MARCIA OTACIL SEVERA AVG, Reverse: Concordia seated left, holding patera and double cornucopiae, CONCORDIA AVGG, SC in exergue, 11.57 grammes, RIC 203a (Philip I) VF/NVF with some porosity (£50 - £100) 2108) Roman Silver Antoninianus (30) Gordian types, Fine to VF (£360 - £450) 2109) Roman Silver Antoninianus (30) Gordian types, Fine to VF (£360 - £450) 2110) Roman Silver Antoninianus (30) mostly Gordian types, Fine to VF (£360 - £450) 2111) Roman Silvered Antoninianus Probus (276-282AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped, IMP C M AVR PROBVS P P AVG, Reverse: Female standing, presenting Probus a wreath, B in field, XXI in exergue VF or better with almost full silvering (£25 - £50)

2123) Australia Halfpenny 1923 KM#22 light surface deposit in places, otherwise VF and with all detail clear on the crown band. Very Rare, the key date rarity in the Australian Halfpenny series. (£750 - £1,000)

2124) Australia INA Fantasy Crown 1937 Pattern with EMPEROR legend on obverse, in a ‘Barton-style’ gold finish, 20.28 grammes, believed to be one of only 3 known nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance (£150 - £200) 2125) Australia Mint Error Shilling 1954 KM#53 Partial Collar Strike, the edge of the coin having a raised lip on the reverse from 4 to 9 o’clock, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£150 - £200) 2126) Australia Sovereign 1866 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 371, McDonald 113, VF with some light contact marks (£225 - £325) 2127) Australia Sovereign 1870 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 375, McDonald 117, in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£450 - £550)

2112) Sassanian Half Drachm (12) c.AD600-700 each weighing around 2 grammes generally VF to NEF and pleasing (£200 - £300) 2113) Sassanian Hemidrachms (10) NVF to NEF (£180 - £220) 2114) Sassanian Hemidrachms (10) VF to NEF (£180 - £220) 2115) Sassanian Hemidrachms (10) VF to NEF (£180 - £220) 2116) Sassanian Hemidrachms (15) VF to NEF (£270 - £330) 2117) Sassanian Hemidrachms (15) VF to NEF (£270 - £330)

2128) Austria - Strasbourg (Bishops) Quarter Thaler Carl v.Lothringen undated (1592-1607) Reverse Arms and Cardinals hat ALSAS LANGARA VF, pleasing and even, the obverse with a small stain below the bust (£125 - £150)

2118) Sassanian Hemidrachms (15) VF to NEF (£270 - £330) 2119) Sassanian Hemidrachms (15) VF to NEF (£270 - £330) 2120) Sassanian Hemidrachms (16) VF to NEF (£290 - £350)

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2129) Austria 4 Ducats 1915 Gold Restrike KM#2276 Lustrous UNC with a small edge nick (£500 - £700)

2133) Austrian States - Olmutz Thaler 1704 Karl III Joseph with 8 pointed cross reverse KM103, Davenport 1208 Choice AU (£300 - £600)

2130) Austria 4 Ducats 1915 KM#2276 BU and prooflike (£400 - £500)

2131) Austria 4 Ducats 1915 Restrike KM#2276 EF with some surface marks and edge nicks, possibly ex-jewellery (£400 - £500) 2132) Austria Thaler 1637 Ferdinand III KM 840 Davenport 3174 VF small flan crack at 12 o’clock (£200 - £400)

2134) Belgium 20 Francs Gold 1870 KM#32 GVF with two small scuffs on the obverse (£220 - £300) 2135) 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 (£260 - £320) 2136) British North Borneo One Cent 1882H KM#2 UNC with around 40% lustre and very light cabinet friction, a small spot on the reverse rim barely detracts (£110 - £140) 2137) Burma Proof Set 1949 (5 coins) KM#PS1 comprising 8 Pe, 4 Pe, 2 Pe, Pe, and 2 Pyas VIP Proofs/Proofs of record, nFDC with light toning, retaining much original lustre and brilliance, with a mintage of only 100 pieces, this set in the Royal Mint maroon box with the Chinze crest in gold on the lid and accompanied by the original Burma Currency Board Secretary’s compliment slip and note to the original recipient Mr. Sidney Wellington, Office of the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, with extra notes on the back of this slip written by the original recipient. The set has been in the recipient’s family for the entire 70 years since issue, only the second complete set to be offered for sale in recent times, the previous set lacking the accompanying paperwork realising £6200 hammer price in June 2016, also only two other incomplete sets have been offered, both lacking the 2 Pyas coin and also without the box (£4,000 - £7,000)

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2144) China - Kwangtung Province undated (1890-1905) Y#199 GEF and lustrous with attractive gold tone, the reverse with a tone spot (£160 - £200) 2145) Colombia 4 Escudos Gold 1757S Bogota Mint KM#31.1 Good Fine (£750 - £850)

2138) Canada - Newfoundland 5 Cents 1896 KM#2 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£180 - £280)

2146) Columbia Gold Escudo 1824 Popayan KM#81.2 EF (£100 - £150) 2139) Canada 25 Cents 1887 KM#5 GVF with old grey tone, the obverse possibly once cleaned and with a series of fine hairlines (£100 £200)

2147) Egypt Franc 1865 24-sided copper Suez Canal issue, Ch. & A.Bazin KM#Tn3 NEF Rare (£200 - £300)

2140) Central American Republic 8 Reales 1847 7 over 6 NG A KM#4 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£250 - £350)

2148) France 10 Francs Gold (2) 1896A KM#830 NEF, 1889A KM#830 NEF (£160 - £200) 2149) France 10 Francs Gold (3) 1911A KM#846 VF, 1912A KM#846 (2) GVF and NEF, Canada Dollar 1994 Aureate Bronze KM#258 Lustrous UNC (£240 - £300) 2150) France 100 Francs 1989 Gold Proof KM#970b nFDC lightly toning (£420 - £550)

2141) Ceylon 48 Stivers 1808 KM#77 Good Fine and bold, struck slightly off-centre as often (£120 - £150) 2142) Chile 8 Reales 1790 DA KM#39 Fine or better with some scratches and surface marks, Rare (£125 - £225)

2151) France 100 Francs 1989 Gold Proof KM#970b nFDC lightly toning, in capsule with certificate (£420 - £550) 2152) France 100 Francs 1994 50th Anniversary of the Death of Marie Curie Gold Proof KM#955b nFDC with some light contact and handling marks (£420 - £550)

2143) China - Chihli Province Dollar Year 23 (1897) Y#65.1, LM-444 in a PCGS holder and graded AU53, attractively toned green and gold in the legend and with much eye appeal, a scarce and desirable coin in this grade (£1,000 - £2,000)

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2153) France 100 Francs 1994 50th Anniversary of the Death of Marie Curie Gold Proof KM#955b nFDC with light contact and handling marks (£420 - £550)

2167) France 40 Francs Gold 1830A KM#721.1 VF with some contact marks (£350 - £550)

2168) France 40 Francs Gold An12A KM#652 Fine (£320 - £420) 2154) France 20 Francs Gold (2) 1807A KM#687.1 Fine, 1809A KM#695.1 Near Fine with an edge nick (£320 - £420) 2155) France 20 Francs Gold (2) 1910 KM#857, 1914 KM#857 both UNC and lustrous (£320 - £420) 2156) France 20 Francs Gold 1808A KM#687.1 Fine or slightly better (£160 - £200) 2157) France 20 Francs Gold 1811A KM#695.1 Good Fine/Fine (£160 - £200) 2158) France 20 Francs Gold 1825A KM#726.1 Good Fine (£160 - £200) 2159) France 20 Francs Gold 1831W Lille Mint KM#746.4 GVF a scarcer one-year type (£160 - £200)

2169) France Ecu d’Or 1641A Reduced size, of finer style KM#123 Fine with a small edge chip by the date, a collectable example of this scarce one-year type (£125 - £225) 2170) France Five Francs An12a KM#659.1 About Fine/Near Fine with underlying old gold toning (£100 - £120) 2171) France Half Louis d’Or 1730 mintmark 9, Rennes Mint, KM#488.15 Fine (£100 - £150)

2160) France 20 Francs Gold 1852A KM#774 One year type with ‘REPUBLIQUE FRANCAIS’ reverse legend, Good Fine (£160 - £200) 2161) France 20 Francs Gold 1868 BB KM#801.2 VF (£160 - £200) 2162) France 20 Francs Gold 1892A KM#825 EF and lustrous, with a mintage of 226,000 this is the lowest mintage in the series (£160 - £200) 2163) France 20 Francs Gold An12A Bonaparte Premier Consul legend, KM#651 Fine (£160 - £200) 2164) France 20 Francs Gold An14A KM#663.1 Fine (£160 - £200) 2165) France 40 Francs Gold 1808A KM#688.1 Fine (£320 - £420)

2172) France Louis d’Or 1787B KM#591.3 GF/NVF (£225 - £325) 2173) France One Franc 1806A NAPOLEON EMPEREUR legend KM#672.1 in an NGC holder and graded MS63, a scarcer one-year type (£200 - £300) 2174) France One Franc An12a KM#649.1 EF the reverse slightly unevenly toned, scarce in high grade (£200 - £250) 2175) German New Guinea Half Mark 1894A Proof M#4 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 (£1,300 - £1,500)

2166) France 40 Francs Gold 1812A KM#696.1 Fine (£320 - £420) 2176) German States - Baden 20 Marks Gold 1911G KM#284 EF (£200 - £250) 2177) German States - Bavaria Five Marks 1876D KM#896 in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£300 - £400)

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2178) German States - Bavaria Half Carolin 1733 KM#422, Friedberg 233, in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£110 - £150) 2179) German States - Besancon 1639 Teston (8 Gros) KM#33 var. Obverse: Shield of City Arms, Reverse: Bust of Charles V, with 8 in circle below. This variety not listed in the Krause catalogue, which only lists the variety with the star in oval below the bust, this variety unpriced. Fine/Good Fine and unusual (£100 - £150)

2188) German States - Saxony Thaler MDCLXXVIII (1678) St George slaying the dragon obverse, 9 line inscription reverse Election to the Order of the Garter KM565, Davies 7633 EF or near so desirable thus some faint old scratches now toned over bottom of obverse hardly detract (£400 - £700)

2180) German States - Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel 20 Marks Gold 1875A KM#1160 GVF/NEF, a scarce one-year type (£200 - £250)

2181) German States - Hanover 2 1/2 Thaler Gold 1827B KM#130 in an NGC holder and graded VF25 (£200 - £250) 2182) German States - Hesse-Darmstadt 20 Marks Gold 1872H KM#351 VF/GVF with a small edge bruise (£200 - £250) 2183) German States - Paderborn 2/3 Thaler 1764AS KM#238 VF/GVF with uneven toning (£200 - £300) 2184) German States - Pomerania 1/12th Thaler 1697 ICA KM#343 EF the obverse with some dark toning on the crown (£100 - £120) 2185) German States - Prussia 20 Marks Gold 1913A KM#521 A/UNC and lustrous (£200 - £250) 2186) German States - Saxe-Coburg-Gotha 10 Kreuzer 1836 KM#63 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£100 - £150)

2189) German States (2) - Hamburg 10 Marks Gold 1877J KM#600 Good Fine/VF, Hesse- Darmstadt 10 Marks Gold 1872H KM#350 Fine/ NVF (£200 - £250)

2187) German States - Saxony Ernestine Thaler 1542 nVF with one flan crack (£180 - £280)

2190) German States (2) - Saxony 10 Marks Gold 1904E KM#1259 GVF/ NEF, Bavaria 10 Marks 1881D KM#898 NVF/GVF (£200 - £250) 2191) German States Brandenburg Thaler 1548 Albert the Younger of Bayreuth Obv legend reads ALBERT DG MARCHIO BRANDENBU VF deeply toned (£200 - £350)

2192) German States Saxe-Old-Gotha Thaler 1613 facing busts obverse, knight on horseback reverse Davenport 7429 about VF uneven tone (£180 - £280)

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2193) Germany Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1927 A Bremerhaven PCGS MS64 (£250 - £350)

2202) Ireland Farthing, John, (c.1207-1211) Third ‘REX’ coinage, Dublin Mint, without mint name, Obverse: Head in Triangle, IOHAN REX, Reverse Whorled sun in triangle, moneyer Roberd, 0.34 grammes, approaching VF, very rare in all grades, Ex-M.Vosper (£350 - £750)

2203) Ireland Halfcrown 1961 Mule S.6638A VF (£120 - £150) 2194) Germany Weimar Republic 5 Marks 1927 F Tubingen PCGS MS64 (£400 - £500)

2204) Ireland Six Shilling Bank Token 1804 Top leaf of wreath points to centre of E of DEI S.6615 VF (£425 - £475)

2195) Hungary (2) 20 Korona Gold 1895KB KM#486 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks, 10 Korona Gold 1910KB KM#485 EF (£260 - £320) 2196) Hungary 2 Ducats 1646 KM#128 Good Fine with a light crease mark (£200 - £250)

2197) Hungary Ducat Matthias Corvinus 1458-90 Friedburg 20 EF or near so (£800 - £1,300)

2205) Isle of Man (2) Sovereign 1973C KM#27 UNC and lustrous with a tone spot on the obverse, One Tenth Angel 1987 Gold KM#140 Lustrous UNC with a small stain in the obverse field (£280 - £360) 2206) Isle of Man Halfpenny 1733 Silver Proof, interior of cap frosted, 6.41 grammes, S.7410d, Pridmore 29b die rotation of around 60 degrees GEF with old grey toning and flashes of gold, Rare, comes with old ticket stating Ex-Spink Auction 11.1980 (£900 - £1,100)

2198) India - Madras Presidency Gold Mohur undated (1819) Small Letters on Obverse KM#421.1 NEF with some light adjustment lines on the obverse (£800 - £1,000) 2207) Isle of Man One Tenth Angel 1987 Gold (2) KM#140 Lustrous UNC with very light toning (£160 - £220) 2208) Isle of Man One Tenth Angel 1987 Gold (2) KM#140 Lustrous UNC with very light toning (£160 - £220)

2199) India 8 Annas 1919 Bombay KM#520 NEF with some light tone lines and some very small spots near the reverse rim (£110 - £170)

2209) Isle of Man Penny 1733 Silver Proof, interior of cap plain, 8.83 grammes, S.7408c, die rotation of around 30 degrees, GEF lightly toned, Ex-M.Rasmussen December 2006, comes with old tickets (£1,000 - £1,200)

2200) Ionian Islands Two Oboli 1819 KM#33 NEF gilded with a series of fine hairlines (£150 - £200) 2201) Ireland (2) Halfcrown Gunmoney 1689 Mar: Timmins TB30K-1A VF, Sixpence Gunmoney 1689 Feb: Timmins TB061-1B Good Fine (£140 - £180)

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2210) Israel Medal 10th Anniversary of Independence Medal, 1958. 27mm diameter in 22 carat gold, weight 15.07 grams. Design similar to a Roman Judaea Capta coin, bordered by chains and Hebrew legend, ISRAEL LIBERATA, Sabra holding sheaf of wheat, smiles at pioneer, hoe over his shoulder, with palm tree between them, Edge: ISRAEL GOVERNMENTAPPROVED ISSUE 1948-1958 AU and lustrous (£400 - £500)

2217) Italian States - Sardinia 80 Lire 1828 P Carlo Felice EF/UNC KM 108.1 a seldom offered type (£800 - £1,200)

2218) Italy (3) 5 Lire 1879R KM#20 NVF, 10 Lire 1929R KM#68.1 VF the obverse cleaned, Rare, 1 Lira 1910R KM#45 EF (£140 - £180) 2211) Italian States - Kingdom of Napoleon 20 Lire Gold 1813M KM#11 Fine/Good Fine (£160 - £200) 2212) Italian States - Lombardy-Venetia Sovrano 1831M 31 over 21 C#11.1 in a PCGS holder and graded AU53, the overdate not mentioned on the holder (£300 - £350)

2213) Italian States - Naples 40 Lire Gold 1813 KM#266 Good Fine, a scarce one-year type, lists at $950 Fine in the Krause catalogue (£320 - £420)

2219) Italy 20 Lire Gold 1882R KM#21 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£160 - £200) 2220) Italy 50 Centesimi 1889R KM#26 NEF with a light blue and gold tone, Rare (£220 - £260) 2221) Japan 10 Yen Gold Year 42 (1909) Y#33 the reverse once cleaned approaching EF with some very small scuffs (£380 - £450)

2222) Japan Five Yen Gold Year 6 (1873) Y#11a NEF with some contact marks (£700 - £800)

2223) Japan Gold Yen Year 4 (1871) High Dot Y#9 EF (£175 - £250) 2214) Italian States - Naples and Sicily 120 Grana 1857 KM#370 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 the reverse highly lustrous and rarely seen as such (£100 - £200)

2224) Japan Yen 1870 M3 Type I Y#5.1 JNDA 01-9 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS62, scarce in high grade (£500 - £600)

2215) Italian States - Naples Ducato 1684 IM/AG/A KM#110, F.292, Dav.4045 practically EF with some adjustment lines on the obverse, considerably superior to the Krause plate coin, a wellstruck and eye-catching example, Krause lists at $4500 in XF40 (£1,000 - £1,500)

2225) Japan Yen Year 22 (1889) Y#A25.3 UNC and lustrous with a light golden tone (£100 - £120) 2226) Lithuania 10 Litu 1936 Plain edge Silver Pattern, Obverse: Duke Uytautas KM#Pn6, in an NGC holder ‘Proof Details Harshly Cleaned’ (£100 - £200) 2216) Italian States - Sardinia 20 Lire Gold 1816 AL/L KM#114 Good Fine and scarce with a mintage of just 18,993 pieces (£160 - £200)

2227) Malta Five Pounds 1988 20th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Malta Silver Proof Piedfort as KM#87, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, unlisted as a Piedfort by Krause, the certificate states a mintage of 500 pieces (£100 - £150)

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2228) Mauritius 5 Cents 1964 VIP Proof/Proof or record KM#34 UNC with some contact marks, retaining almost full, slightly subdued brilliance (£125 - £150)

2236) Order of Malta 5 Scudi Gold 1756 KM#254 NVF a scarce one-year type (£125 - £225)

2229) Mexico 50 Pesos Gold 1945 KM#481 GEF with a small spot by the obverse rim (£1,000 - £1,300)

2237) Order of Malta Zecchino - F.ALOPIVS. DE. WIGNACOVRT, undated (1601-1622) KM#16 Good Fine and scarce (£175 - £350) 2238) Palestine 100 Mils 1931 KM#7 Near Fine the key date in the series (£120 - £140)

2230) Mexico 50 Pesos Gold 1947 KM#481 GEF (£1,000 - £1,300)

2239) Poland (2) 6 Groschen 1627 KM#42 Fine, Groschen 1530 Good Fine/Fine, Poland - Danzig Grosz 1539 Kopicki 7323 Fine with some weakness in the centre of the reverse (£100 - £120) 2240) Portugal 5 Centavos 1922 KM#569 GEF with traces of lustre and a small spot in the reverse legend (£120 - £150) 2241) Portugal Gold 500 Reals (Cruzado) undated, Sebastian I (15571578), Long Cross 3.82 grammes, Good Fine and bold, we note these are being offered for £1000 upwards on retail websites (£500 - £600)

2231) Netherlands Gulden 1846 Sword Privy Mark KM#66 Near EF and nicely toned (£100 - £120) 2232) Netherlands Ten Cents 1868 Sword Privy Mark KM#801 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58, one of the key dates in the series (£200 - £300) 2233) New Zealand Trial piece Crown-sized undated uniface, George VI bust obverse with designer’s initials HP below, GEORGE VI KING EMPEROR, the obverse with prooflike fields, the bust sharp and frosted, in a PCGS holder and graded SP66 (£700 - £800)

2242) Portugal Gold Escudo 1747 No stop at end of obverse legend KM#219.9 Good Fine/Fine with some adjustment lines (£100 £150) 2243) Portuguese India (Goa) Rupia 1857 KM#279 Fine for issue, Rare, India Half Rupee 1899 Bombay Mint, B incuse and inverted, KM#491 About VF/NVF (£180 - £220) 2244) Portuguese India One Eighth Rupia 1881 KM#309 VF Rare (£100 - £120) 2245) Romania 20 Lei Gold 1944 Romanian Kings X#M13 UNC (£160 £200) 2246) Russia Gold Rouble 1756 C#22 NVF/GF the obverse with some adjustment lines, the edge a little uneven between 6 and 7 o’clock, Rare with a mintage of just 36,000 pieces (£700 - £800)

2234) Norway 4 Skilling 1825 JMK KM#298 UNC and attractively toned, the edge a little uneven at 5 o’clock on the reverse (£100 - £120) 2235) Norway Speciedalar 1849 KM#317 GVF, Rare (£1,000 - £1,200) 2247) Russia Rouble 1830 CПБ HГ C#161 VF or slightly better with touches of golden tone (£150 - £200) 2248) San Marino 20 Lire Gold 1925R KM#8 UNC or near so and lustrous, the reverse with a scratch below the L, a rare one year type with a tiny mintage of just 9,334 pieces (£750 - £850)

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2249) Saxony Double Thaler 1872 B PCGS MS64 (£200 - £300)

2260) South Africa Krugerrand 1973 Proof KM#73 nFDC lightly toned, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2250) Scotland Merk 1673 S.5611 VF with old grey tone, the reverse with some adjustment lines, very little actual wear, probably close to `as made`, comes with old collector`s ticket. Many dies of this are residing in the National Museum of Antiquities in Scotland (£100 - £200) 2251) Scotland Thistle Merk James VI 1602 Eighth Coinage S.5497 VF and pleasing with a little double striking in the obverse legend (£125 - £225) 2252) Scotland Twelve Shillings Charles I S.5563 mintmark Thistle, GVF/ VF a little short of flan, 5.16 grammes, a very high grade example with a superb portrait, seldom seen this nice (£250 - £350) 2253) Scotland Two-thirds Ryal James VI Revaluation of 1578 Countermark crowned thistle host coin 1565 the Mary and Henry Darnley fifth issue, face value 24/6, as S.5430, Coincraft SJ6TTRY-045, appears struck in copper (?) and weighing 29.02 grammes countermark and host coins NVF, an unusual piece (the silver version weighs around 20.33 grammes) (£500 - £750)

2261) South Africa Krugerrand 1978 KM#73 EF in a presentation box (£800 - £1,100) 2262) South Africa Krugerrand 1978 Proof KM#73 nFDC lightly toned, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2254) Sierra Leone Penny 1791 30mm diameter KM#2.1 UNC toned with some contact marks (£170 - £220) 2255) Somalia 250 Shilling 1997 Pattern in Brass (Trial of 1998), Reverse: SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OF MODERN TIMES, reverse blank, unlisted UNC and lustrous with some toning, Fantasy Coinage One Dollar 2004 50th Anniversary of Rock and Roll Guitar shaped X#63 GEF (£100 - £120) 2256) South Africa Gold Pond 1898 KM#10.2 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£600 - £700) 2263) South Africa Krugerrand 1978 Proof KM#73 nFDC with very light flecks of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2257) South Africa Gold Pond 1898 KM#10.2 in an NGC holder and graded MS62 (£300 - £400) 2258) South Africa INA Fantasy Crown 1937 Edward VIII crowned and draped bust with KING EMPEROR legend, in Barton-style gold plate nFDC with minor hairlines, retaining much mint brilliance, stated by the vendor to be unique (£300 - £400) 2259) South Africa INA Fantasy Crowns (2) 1937 Edward VIII crowned and draped bust with REX IMPERATOR legend, in Barton-style gold plate, Lustrous UNC, 1937 Edward VIII Bare head silver plated Prooflike nFDC with light toning (£180 - £220)

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2264) South Africa Krugerrand 1982 Proof KM#73 nFDC with some light handling marks, retaining much original mint brilliance (£1,000 - £1,500)

2267) South Africa Krugerrand 1983 Proof KM#73 nFDC with some light handling marks, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2265) South Africa Krugerrand 1983 Proof KM#73 a few small surface nicks, otherwise FDC and retaining full mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2268) South Africa Krugerrand 1984 Proof KM#73 FDC or very near so with just a hint of toning on the reverse, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2266) South Africa Krugerrand 1983 Proof KM#73 nFDC with light toning, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2269) South Africa Krugerrand 1984 Proof KM#73 nFDC with minor contact marks on the obverse, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

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2270) South Africa Krugerrand 1985 Proof KM#73 nFDC with some light handling marks, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2273) South Africa Krugerrand 1987 Proof KM#73 nFDC lightly toned, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2271) South Africa Krugerrand 1986 Proof KM#73 nFDC lightly toned with some minor contact marks, retaining practically full original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2274) South Africa One Tenth Krugerrand (2) 1982 KM#105 NEF, 1983 KM#105 EF cleaned with some scratches (£160 - £220) 2275) South Africa Pond 1893 KM#10.2 in a PCGS holder and graded AU53 (£300 - £400)

2276) South Africa Pond 1898 KM#10.2 NEF with some contact marks (£290 - £320) 2277) South Africa Quarter Krugerrand 1980 KM#106 Lustrous UNC in a presentation box (£220 - £300) 2278) South Africa Two Shillings 1892 KM#6 EF with a pleasing light tone, the obverse with minor contact marks (£100 - £120) 2272) South Africa Krugerrand 1986 Proof KM#73 nFDC with some light handling marks, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red box of issue (£1,000 - £1,500)

2279) Spain 2 Escudos Gold 1802 KM#435.1 Near Fine/Fine with a small dig in the obverse field (£175 - £225) 2280) Spain 25 Pesetas Gold 1885 (18-85) MS-M KM#687 VF cleaned, one of the key dates in the series and seldom seen (£500 - £600)

2281) Spain 4 Escudos 1787 DV Charles III GVF/EF the reverse with sharp almost prooflike fields one or two old faint scratches in the fields (£400 - £700)

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2282) Spain Gold Escudo Carlos I and Juana undated (1516-1556) Segovia Mint , 2.99 grammes, GF/NVF (£400 - £500)

2294) Switzerland One Franc 1934B Specimen KM#24 UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction, Rare (£150 - £200) 2295) Thailand Baht undated Pattern (1868) in copper KM#Pn28 Milled edge, 13.68 grammes, GEF or slightly better with traces of lustre (£1,000 - £1,200)

2283) Straits Settlements (2) Five Cents 1889 KM#10 EF/NEF and colourfully toned, One Cent 1900 KM#16 EF/NEF (£100 - £120) 2284) Sweden 1/6 Riksdaler 1808 OL KM#560 AU/UNC and with original lustre and golden toning (£100 - £120) 2285) Sweden 10 Kronor Gold 1873 ST KM#732 UNC (£100 - £150) 2286) Sweden One Riksdaler Riksmynt 1860ST KM#708 in an NGC holder and graded MS62 (£200 - £250) 2287) Sweden Riksdaler 1617 KM#82, Dav.4516, Obverse: Crowned half-length bust WANDALOR legend, Good Fine with light graffiti in the reverse field (£500 - £600)

2296) Tunisia 20 Francs Gold AH1316A (1899) KM#227 NEF with some contact marks (£160 - £200) 2297) Uruguay Peso 1953 Silver Obverse Trial, Medallic Issue, MODEL Reverse, Plain edge , X#TS1 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Ultra Cameo (£250 - £350)

2298) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold (2) 1914D Breen 6338 EF, 1915 Breen 6339 NEF (£200 - £300) 2288) Sweden Riksdaler 1824 CB KM#593 GVF/EF the obverse lightly toning and with a thin scratch, the reverse with some signs of flan stress as often seen on this issue (£300 - £400)

2299) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold (2) 1925D Breen 6340 NEF, 1929 Breen 6344 EF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 2300) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold 1854 Breen 6224 NEF/GVF (£200 - £260)

2301) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold 1910 Breen 6332 UNC (£100 - £150) 2302) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold 1911 Breen 6333 GEF with a thin scratch on the obverse (£100 - £150) 2303) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold 1912 Breen 6335 GEF (£100 - £150) 2289) Sweden Riksdaler Riksmynt 1860 ST KM#708 GVF/NEF with a hint of golden tone (£100 - £150) 2290) Sweden Riksdaler Specie 1864 ST (4 Riksdaler Riksmynt) KM#711 some edge nicks and edge bruises otherwise NEF with some residual lustre (£100 - £150) 2291) Sweden Riksdaler Specie 1871 ST (4 Riksdaler Riksmynt) KM#726 VF or better with a hint of golden tone and a few small rim nicks (£100 - £150)

2304) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold 1913 Breen 6336 GEF/AU (£100 - £150) 2305) USA 5 Cents 1886 Breen 2541 EF toned, with some darker areas in the legends and parts of the design (£125 - £250) 2306) USA 50 Dollars One Ounce Gold Eagle 1995W in a PCGS holder and graded PF70 DCAM (£900 - £1,200)

2292) Switzerland 20 Francs Gold (2) 1935 LB KM#35.1 Lustrous UNC, 1949 KM#35.2 Lustrous UNC (£320 - £420) 2293) Switzerland 20 Francs Gold 1935 LB KM#35.1 Lustrous UNC with small edge nicks (£160 - £200)

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2307) USA Cent 1787 Fugio, STATES UNITED type, Breen 1310, 11.14 grammes Fine, Rare (£150 - £350) 2308) USA Cent 1803 10 Berries, Small Date, Blunt 1 in date. Small Fraction. Breen 1754. VF by English grading standards, perhaps XF by US standards (£100 - £200) 2309) USA Dollar 1879 Proof Breen 5526 UNC with a light golden tone and very minor cabinet friction, Rare with only 650 minted (£1,600 - £2,000)

2310) USA Dollar 1883 Breen 5571 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£110 - £140) 2311) USA Dollar 1888 Breen 5599 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£115 - £150)

2318) USA Five Cents 1916 Doubled Die Obverse, Breen 2599, the variety confirmed by the last three digits of the date bold and with the understrike lower and to the right of the date, with also clear doubling to the feather tips, in a PCGS holder and graded XF40, listed as a separate entry in the Red book, the variety was only discovered in 1962, by which time many examples were well worn. It is estimated only 200-400 examples survive and of these many are in low grades, a key date rarity and listed in the Cherrypicker’s Guide with the highest ‘interest rating’, this an evenly struck piece with pleasing detail and extremely rare thus, we note that the Heritage database shows only 4 examples sold since 2000. The PCGS database shows only 13 examples in XF40 with a PCGS price guide of £22,500 (£3,000 - £6,000)

2319) USA Five Dollars 1882 Breen 6719 NEF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 2320) USA Five Dollars Gold 1901S Breen 6779 GEF and lustrous (£300 - £350)

2312) USA Dollar 1889 Closed 9 Breen 5605 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£160 - £200) 2313) USA Dollar 1896 Breen 5642 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£110 - £140) 2314) USA Dollar 1897 Proof Breen 5650, in an NGC holder - Proof, Polished, Very Rare with a mintage of just 731 pieces (£600 - £750)

2315) USA Dollar 1902O Large O, New reverse hub, Breen 5691 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£110 - £140) 2316) USA Dollar 1904O Breen 5701 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£100 - £120)

2321) USA Five Dollars Gold 1901S S mintmark over smaller S, Breen 6779 Fine, harshly cleaned, a rare type (£300 - £400)

2322) USA Five Dollars Gold 1901S S mintmark over smaller S, the smaller S possibly intended for use on a Quarter, Dime or Cent. Breen 6779 var. EF with light contact marks. A very clear overstrike, this variety not that well-known. (£200 - £300) 2323) USA Five Dollars Gold 1905S Breen 6789 UNC and lustrous with very minor cabinet friction (£600 - £700)

2317) USA Dollar 1928 Breen 5730 About EF (£150 - £175)

2324) USA Five Dollars Gold 1908 Breen 6802 NVF, the milling worn, possibly once in a ring mount (£280 - £360)

2325) USA Gold Dollar 1873 Open 3 with partial LIBERTY with just the LI showing, with the distinctive vertical die file mark on the neck associated with this variety Breen 6090 EF (£200 - £250)

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2326) USA Half Dime 1795 Breen 2967 Fine or near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 15, we note this piece marginally superior to the similar raw coin sold in London Coins Auction A138 1/9/2012 (Lot 1345) which realised £1400 hammer price (£750 - £1,500)

2339) USA Ten Cents 1829 Small 10 in 10 Cents, Curved-neck, Flat based 2, Breen 3185, A/UNC with minor cabinet friction, rare in this high grade (£200 - £400)

2327) USA Half Dollar 1831 Perfect 1’s Breen 4593 NEF (£140 - £180)

2340) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1882 Breen 7007 AU/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£500 - £600)

2328) USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1918 Lincoln Illinois Breen 7446 Lustrous UNC (£100 - £120) 2329) USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1924 Huguenot Breen 7459 / UNC (£100 - £120) 2330) USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1936 The Bridgeport Connecticut Centennial Breen 7551, A/UNC and lustrous (£100 - £120) 2331) USA Halfpenny 1785 CONSTELLATIO NOVA Pointed rays, Narrow 5, Breen 1111, 6.42 grammes, Near Fine on a pitted flan (£100 - £150)

2341) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1894 Breen 7045 GEF, with a slight unevenness to the obverse field (£600 - £700)

2332) USA Hard Times Token 1838 AM I NOT A WOMAN & A SISTER, L.54 HT81 GVF (£150 - £175) 2333) USA Kentucky Halfpence Token, Starry Pyramid, undated (17921794) Plain edge, Breen 1155 weighing 9.80 grammes, Tower standard. All of the State initials bold and clear, also with full clear and bold scroll motto, EF with very good surfaces and rare thus (£150 - £350) 2334) USA One Cent 1824 4 over 2 Breen 1824, Nearer EF than VF the overdate bold and clear (£200 - £400)

2342) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1894 Breen 7045 Good Fine with loop mount attached (£550 - £700) 2343) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1895 Breen 7048. the surface with an ‘Ex-Jewellery appearance’ the edge and rims however are intact, Bright EF with many surface marks, a scarcer date with just 567,700 minted (£600 - £700)

2335) USA One Cent 1877 Breen 1994 Good Fine in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 35 (£1,500 - £2,000) 2344) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1901 Breen 7069 Lustrous EF (£420 - £550)

2336) USA Quarter Dollar 1847 Doubled Reverse Die, Plain Date, Breen 3970 QUAR.DOL with clear doubling, EF with attractive grey toning, Rare (£150 - £250) 2337) USA Quarter Dollar 1856 Breen 4006 GVF (£130 - £160) 2338) USA Quarter Dollar 1901S Breen 4171 approaching Fine with most of the LIBERTY and most of the motto lettering visible, overall with a pleasing and even appearance and the key date rarity in the series with a mintage of just 72,664 pieces (£3,500 - £5,000)

2345) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1906D Breen 7088 UNC with minor cabinet friction (£550 - £650)

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2346) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1907D Breen 7093 UNC or very near so and lustrous (£650 - £750)

2353) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1859O Breen 7196, thin mintmark, centrally positioned between the N and the tail feathers, Near EF/EF the obverse rubbed on the face and possibly once cleaned in the past. Only 9100 minted, Estimates vary on current extant pieces, it is thought that between 85 and 100 pieces survive today. We note that the 1859O Twenty Dollars is one of the coins tracked in the US by the ‘Rare Coins Values Index’ a representative group of 87 rare US coins tracking the ongoing progress of the market. (£15,000 - £20,000)

2347) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1909D Mintmark opposite arrow points, Breen 7109 EF with some contact marks (£600 - £700)

2348) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1909S Normal S Breen 7107 EF with a minor scuff on the obverse (£550 - £650)

2349) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1914D Breen 7127 UNC or near so (£550 - £650)

2350) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1932 Breen 7134 NEF (£600 - £700)

2351) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1932 Breen 7134 UNC and lustrous with a few small contact marks (£550 - £650)

2352) USA Three Dollars Gold 1854O Breen 6348 STATES, DOLLAR and date all weak, 4.86 grammes, VG shows signs of having been in jewellery, nevertheless rare with only 24,000 minted and seldom offered (£250 - £500)

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2354) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1894 Breen 7317 EF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£1,020 - £1,250)

2355) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1895 Breen 7319 GEF/AU and lustrous with some contact marks (£1,050 - £1,250)

2356) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1897 Breen 7324 About EF with some contact marks, in a presentation box (£800 - £1,100)

2357) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1897 Breen 7324 GEF with minor contact marks and some darker toning on the reverse (£1,020 - £1,250)

2358) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1900 Breen 7334 UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks (£800 - £1,100)

2359) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1900 Breen 7334 UNC the obverse with minor contact marks, the reverse excellent and only minimal contact marks, a superior example (£1,100 - £1,300)

2360) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1904 Breen 7343 A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£1,000 - £1,200)

2361) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1904 Breen 7343 A/UNC with very minor contact marks (£1,020 - £1,250)

2362) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1904 Breen 7343 NEF/EF the reverse with small graffiti between TWENTY and DOLLARS (£1,100 £1,500)

2363) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1904S Breen 7344 GEF/EF and lustrous (£1,100 - £1,500)

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2364) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1904S Breen 7344 UNC or very near so with some light contact marks (£1,100 - £1,300)

2369) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1923 Breen 7399 UNC or near so and lustrous with minor contact marks (£1,080 - £1,250)

2365) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1905 Breen 7345 NEF/EF, Rare with only 58,919 minted (£1,100 - £1,500)

2370) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1924 Breen 7401 UNC or very near so (£1,100 - £1,400)

2366) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1908 No Motto, Long Rays, Breen 7365 GEF (£1,100 - £1,300)

2371) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1927 Breen 7410 GEF with a small edge bruise (£1,050 - £1,250)

2367) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1909 9 over 8 Breen 7373 GEF/AU with a minor scuff on the drapery (£1,150 - £1,350)

2372) USA Washington Grate Halfpenny 1795 Large coat buttons, edge diagonally reeded Breen 1271, DH283A, 9.43 grammes, GVF with traces of lustre (£300 - £350)

2368) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1915S Breen 7392 A/UNC (£1,050 £1,250)

2373) USA/Ireland Farthing 1722 Woods Prototype, Obverse Legend GEORGIUS . D:G : REX . Reverse: Harp to left, as the early Woods Halfpennies, Breen 168, Scott C345, 3.04 grammes, About Fine for wear with pitted surfaces, possibly a detector find, one of only 8-10 known examples, a key rarity in the early US series (£350 - £750)

2374) USA/Ireland Farthing St. Patricks in copper with brass splash at crown, undated, Breen 208, S.6569 VG (£150 - £350)

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2375) USA/Ireland Halfpenny 1760 Group I, Head divides R and N of HIBERNIA, Breen 221, 7.16 grammes VF and boldly struck, excellent surfaces with a little surface residue, a very pleasing example with considerable eye appeal (£250 - £350)

2384) Angel Henry VII Type V. Large Crook-shaped abbreviation after HENRICVS S.2187 mintmark Pheon, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2376) USA/Ireland Halfpenny 1760 Group III, 1760 over 00, tail added to first 0 to make the 6, Head divides E and R of HIBERNIA, Breen 230, 7.35 grammes, Near Fine, weakly struck in the centre (£100 - £150)

2385) Angel Henry VII Type V. Large Crook-shaped abbreviation after HENRICVS S.2187 mintmark Pheon, slightly weak on a part of the ship otherwise About VF on a full round flan (£2,100 - £2,400)

2377) USA/Ireland Halfpenny 1760 VOCE POPULI, with P before face on the obverse, two large rosettes follow the reverse legend Breen 232, 7.33 grammes, VF for issue with edge bruises at 3 and 9 ‘clock (£100 - £200) 2378) Venezuela 20 Bolivares 1957 Chacao X#87 Lustrous UNC, Minted between 1955 and 1960, the “Cacique” series of Venezuelan Gold Coins were minted by the Inter-Change Bank Suiza and honoured legendary native chieftains of Venezuela (£200 - £300) 2379) Venezuela 20 Bolivares 1957 Guaicamacuto X#MB93 Lustrous UNC. Minted between 1955 and 1960, the “Cacique” series of Venezuelan Gold Coins were minted by the Inter-Change Bank Suiza and honoured legendary native chieftains of Venezuela (£200 - £300) 2380) Venezuela 20 Bolivares 1957 Tamanaco X#MB92 Lustrous UNC. Minted between 1955 and 1960, the “Cacique” series of Venezuelan Gold Coins were minted by the Inter-Change Bank Suiza and honoured legendary native chieftains of Venezuela (£200 - £300) 2381) World Countermarked issues (2) Philippines 8 Reales undated (1832-1834) countermarked issue on host coin Peru 8 Reales 1833 KM#83 countermark and host coin Fine, the host coin with a flan flaw on the obverse, Costa Rica 2 Reales undated (18491857) Type VI countermarked issue on a GB George III Shilling 1816 KM#93 Countermark Fine, host coin Good (£100 - £200) 2382) Zambia Fantasy issues (2) 4000 Kwacha 2001 Silver Proof , Lustrous UNC retaining much brilliance, 1000 Kwacha 2001 Cupro-Nickel Proof nFDC, each with Obverse : Rank-Broadley Bust within a Quatrefoil, arms below, Reverse: Veiled Head of Queen Victoria, after Thomas Brock (£100 - £120)

2386) Angel Henry VIII Third Coinage, Annulet by angel’s head and on ship S.2299 mintmark Lis NVF with a scratch in the obverse field (£2,400 - £2,800)

2387) Base Pennies Philip and Mary (2) S.2510A one with mintmark halved rose and castle, the other mintmark not visible, VG one with a an edge clip, the other with a flan split (£25 - £50) 2388) Commonwealth issues (4) Halfgroat S.3221 Near Fine, lightly creased, Pennies S.3222 (2) Good Fine on an irregular flan and Fine with some weak areas, Halfpenny S.3223 Fine, holed (£50 - £100) 2389) Crown Commonwealth 1656 the last 6 completely double struck and appearing as 16566, ESC 8, Bull 10 VG/NVG with some weak areas (£350 - £750)

English Hammered Coins (lots 2383-2491) 2383) Angel Edward IV Second Reign, London Mint, S.2091 mintmark Pierced Cross and pellet NVF, a pleasing boldly struck example (£2,300 - £2,600)

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2390) Crown Edward VI 1552 S.2478 mintmark Tun, NVG/VG the obverse with worn design and bold legend (£300 - £600)

2397) Groat Edward I, New Coinage from 1279 onwards, New Portrait with smaller pointed face, trefoils in spandrels, drapery is a segment of a circle with a rosette in the centre, S.1379D (Fox 7) VF with original surfaces, and a few very minor surface marks. Although many dies were produced, the coin was at the time unpopular, indeed many surviving examples have been either gilded or mounted, making original pieces such as this exceeding hard to obtain. A key rarity in the English hammered series and seldom offered. (£9,000 - £12,000)

2391) Crown Elizabeth I Seventh Issue S.2582 (1601) mintmark 1 , an edge chip at 2 o’clock and a flan crack at 5 o’clock otherwise VF or better with very strong detail on the portrait, an excellent portrait piece (£2,500 - £3,500)

2392) Crusader - Kings of Antioch Billon Denier, King Bohemond III (1162-1201) Metcalf 387, Obverse: Helmeted head of King in chain-mail armour, with crescent and star to sides, Reverse: BOAMVNDVS Cross-Patee with crescent in angle ANTIOCHIA, 0.96 grammes, VF on a slightly irregularly shaped flan, the edge flattened between 3 and 6 o’clock (£100 - £150) 2393) Elizabeth I (19) Threepences (4), Halfgroats (2), Threehalfpences (4), Pennies (8), Halfpenny (1), many types and dates represented, VG to Fine, the Halfpenny holed (£200 - £300) 2394) Elizabeth I (3) Sixpences (2) 1567 Bust 4B S.2562 mintmark Coronet Near Fine, Sixth Issue 1594 ELIZAB legend S.2578B mintmark Woolpack VG, Penny Second issue S.2558 mintmark Cross Crosslet NVF on a wavy flan (£80 - £100) 2395) GB and World Hammered a mixed group (35) includes cut Halfpennies and a cut Farthing, and some fragments, in mixed grades (£50 - £75) 2396) Gold Halfcrown Henry VIII HK uncrowned on both sides S.2286, the mintmark not visible, Near Fine with some edge cracks (£350 - £750)

2398) Groat Edward III Fourth Coinage 1351-1377 S.1565, R with wedgeshaped tail, mintmark Cross 1 VG or better, Halfgroat Henry VI Rosette-Mascle issue, Calais Mint, S.1862 Near Fine/Fine with pitting (£40 - £60)

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2399) Groat Edward IV Light coinage (1464-1470) London Mint, Quatrefoils at neck, S.2000 mintmark Crown, EF with an edge nick by ANG, a very high grade example of the type (£500 - £600)

2400) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, S.1836 VF on a full flan and colourfully toned (£300 - £400)

2408) Half Laurel James I Third Coinage S.2641A mintmark Trefoil, Fine or slightly better with some double striking (£1,100 - £1,400)

2409) Halfcrown 1653 Commonwealth as ESC 431, Bull 28, with the first O of COMMONWEALTH and the E of ENGLAND double struck, Fine or slightly better with some weakness of strike in parts, with old cabinet toning (£200 - £350) 2410) Halfcrown 1654 Commonwealth ESC 434, Bull 40 VG (£125 - £250) 2411) Halfcrown Edward VI 1551 Fine Silver Issue , Walking hose with plume, S.2479 Mintmark y, Fine with tooling in the fields (£300 - £400)

2401) Groat Henry VIII Posthumous issue, Tower Mint, S.2403, mintmark Grapple VF and weakly struck, with a flan crack at 9 o’clock, on close inspection shows little sign of actual wear (£100 - £200)

2412) Halfcrown Elizabeth I Seventh Issue mintmark 1 (1601) VF with good portrait and pleasing with a couple of small edge nicks, Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A153 Lot 2110 (£2,500 - £3,500)

2402) Groat Richard II Type III, with bushy hair and fishtail serifs to letters, London Mint, S.1680, North 1321a, 2.65 grammes, VG or better with light clipping Very Rare and seldom offered (£250 - £350)

2403) Groats (3) Edward III Pre-Treaty Period Fourth Coinage, with French Title, Edward IV First Reign, London Mint, No marks at neck, mintmark Coronet, Edward IV Second Reign mintmark Rose, Rose on breast, Halfgroats Edward III (2) both London Mint Pre-Treaty Period VG to Fine (£75 - £150) 2404) Groats (4) Edward III Fourth Coinage Pre-Treaty Period (2), Treaty Period, and Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate VG to Fine (£60 - £100) 2405) Groats (4) Henry VII facing portrait Type III, S.2199A mintmark Anchor, Fine, Henry VIII Third Coinage, Tower Mint, pellet in annulet in cross ends, mintmark Lis, VG, Henry VIII Posthumous Coinage, Canterbury Mint, S.2408 Fair, Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate Fine with an uneven edge at the top, (£125 - £175) 2406) Groats Henry VIII (8) Second Coinage, Laker Bust D, mintmark Rose. Second Coinage, Laker Bust D, mintmark Lis. Second Coinage York Mint, Archbishop Wolsey with TW beside shield, mintmark Acorn/Voided Cross. Posthumous Coinage London Mint, POSVI legend mintmark Lis. Posthumous Coinage, Southwark Mint, S in Cross ends. Posthumous Coinage, York Mint, no mintmark. Posthumous Coinage, Bristol Mint, the flan pierced. Posthumous Coinage, Canterbury mint, no mintmark, in mixed grades VG to Fine (£120 - £220) 2407) Groats to Halfpennies James I and Charles I (15) Groat Charles I Aberystwyth Mint, S.2891 mintmark Book Fine, holed, Threepence Charles I Aberystwyth Mint S.2894 mintmark Book Good Fine, creased and holed, along with Halfgroats (7) James I (5), Charles I (2), Pennies James I (2) one with a section chipped or cut, the other holed, Pennies Charles I (2) one holed, Halfpennies Charles I (2) VG to Good Fine (£100 - £200)

2413) Halfcrowns Charles I (3) Group II type 2c, Oval draped shield with CR at sides, S.2771 mintmark Harp, NVF/GF nicely toned with small weak areas, Group III type 3a1 No caparisons on horse, scarf flies from King’s waist S.2773 mintmark Tun, GF/NVF, Tower Mint under Parliament Group III type 3a3 no ground, S.2778 mintmark (P) GF/NVF (£450 - £550) 2414) Halfcrowns Charles I (3) Group III mintmark Triangle in circle VG, Group IV, foreshortened horse, mintmark Triangle in circle Near Fine with some weak areas, on an irregularly shaped flan, Group V Tall spirited horse, mintmark Sun, Fine (£110 - £160) 2415) Halfgroat Charles I Group D, type 3a3 with inner circles on both sides S.2832 mintmark Triangle, Good Fine, struck slightly off-centre (£50 - £75) 2416) Halfgroat Henry VIII Canterbury Mint, Archbishop Warham, WA beside shield S.2343 mintmark Cross Patonce VF on a full flan (£60 - £90) 2417) Halfgroat Henry VIII Canterbury Mint, Archbishop Warham, WA beside shield S.2343 mintmark uncertain mark, Bright NVF lightly creased (£50 - £75) 2418) Halfgroats (2) Charles II Third Hammered issue S.3326 mintmark Crown Fine, Commonwealth S.3221 Fine the reverse with some thin scratches (£30 - £60) 2419) Halfgroats and Pennies Henry VII (6) Canterbury Mint S.2211 mintmark Tun (2). Profile issue, York Mint, Archbishop Bainbridge Keys below shield S.2262 mintmark Rose/Martlet. Profile issue, Canterbury Mint S.2261 mintmark Rose, Pennies Henry VII Sovereign types (2) York Mint, Archbishop Rotherham, single pillar to throne S.2326. York Mint, Archbishop Rotherham, two pillars to throne S.2328 VG to Fine (£50 - £75)

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2420) Halfgroats and Pennies Henry VIII (9) Halfgroats (5) Posthumous issue Durham House Mint Reverse legend REDD etc. S.2412 mintmark Bow. First issue, Portrait of Henry VII, Cardinals Hat and keys below shield below S.2326 mintmark Radiant Star. First Coinage Canterbury Mint, WA beside shield S.2321, mintmark Cross Fitchee. Second Coinage Canterbury Mint, WA beside shield S.2322 mintmark Rose/uncertain mark. Second Coinage Archbishop Cranmer, TC beside shield S.2345 mintmark Catherine Wheel. Pennies Sovereign type (4) Durham Mint, First Coinage, Bishop Ruthall, TD beside shield S.2332. First Coinage, London Mint S.2328, Posthumous Issues (2) Facing Bust, London Mint S.2380 (2), Fair to Fine, some scarce or rare (£200 - £400)

2428) Noble Henry VI Annulet issue, S.1799, North 1414, Schneider 274, Lis initial mark, annulet by sword arm, and in one spandrel on the reverse, 6.94 grammes, EF, choice and sharply struck , on a full round flan, a superb example of the type and highly desirable in this high grade (£6,500 - £8,500)

2421) Hammered (13) Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 Bust 3c mintmark Martlet, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1567 mintmark Lion, Groat Elizabeth I Second issue mintmark Martlet, Threepence Elizabeth I 1574 mintmark Eglantine, Halfgroat Henry VIII Canterbury Mint Archbishop Warham, Halfgroat Henry VIII Posthumous issue, Halfgroats Commonwealth (2) Penny Henry VIII Sovereign type TW by shield Durham Mint, Elizabeth I Second issue mintmark Cross Crosslet, James I Second Coinage mintmark Trefoil, Commonwealth undated, Charles II Third Issue mintmark Crown. VG to Fine, some with weak areas (£120 - £150) 2422) Hammered (5) Groat Elizabeth I Second issue S.2556 mintmark Martlet, Halfgroats (2) Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2579 mintmark Triangle, James I Third Issue S.2671 mintmark Trefoil, Pennies (2) John, Edward I , VG to Fine (£50 - £100) 2423) Hammered (5) Groats (4) Henry VI Annulet issue Calais Mint, Henry VI Pinecone-Mascle issue, Calais Mint, mintmark Cross Crosslet, Edward IV Light Coinage, London Mint, clipped, Light Coinage, Bristol Mint, quatrefoils at neck, B on breast, clipped Halfgroat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, Annulets at neck, VG to Fine (£50 - £75) 2424) Hammered (5) Shillings Edward VI Fine Silver issues (2) S.2482 mintmark y, S.2482 mintmark Tun, Shilling James I Second Coinage S.2655 mintmark Escallop, Sixpences (2) Elizabeth I 1561 mintmark Pheon, Elizabeth I Milled issue 1562 mintmark Star, holed, VG to Fine some with scratches or shortage of flan (£50 - £100) 2425) Hammered (6) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue mintmark y, About Fine, lightly creased. James I Third Coinage mintmark Lis, VG holed. Groat Edward III mintmark Cross 3 London Mint, Fine with some scratches. Groat Henry VIII York Mint, no mintmark, Fine with a small edge cut at 9 o’clock. Sixpence Elizabeth I 1569 clipped to the inner circle (now 18mm diameter) Fair. Ireland Shilling James I Fourth Bust S.6516 mintmark Rose VG the reverse better (£150 - £200) 2426) Hammered (8, two holed) Edward I to Charles I Shillings to Halfpennies in mixed grades (£30 - £60) 2427) Laurel James I Fourth Head, very small ties S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, Good Fine with edge cracks at 1, 2, and 3 o’clock (£1,400 - £1,600)

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2429) Noble Richard II London Mint, French title omitted type IIa Saltire over sail, S.1655, mintmark Cross Pattee, 7.63 grammes, slightly short of flan at 7 o’clock, nearer VF than Fine (£3,000 - £4,000

2430) Pennies (16) Edward I (5), Edward II (11, one holed, one with a flan split), Halfpennies (2) Edward III, the second with worn legends, Farthings Edward III (2) Scotland Penny Alexander III Second Coinage, 24 points, 4 mullets of 6 points each Fine, and an unattributed clipped Penny or Halfgroat VG to Good Fine (£150 - £250) 2431) Pennies (2) Cnut Short Cross S.1159 Thetford Mint moneyer Aelfwold, Fine, toned, Aethelred II Long Cross S.1151 Lincoln Mint, moneyer Colgrim Fine with surface cracks, ragged edge and a small hole (£50 - £100)

2440) Penny John S.1352, Class 5c, Winchester Mint, moneyer Bartelme, 1.44 grammes, the flan slightly misshapen at 6 o’clock, otherwise Near EF, a most pleasing example and seldom seen in this high grade (£300 - £400)

2441) Penny Offa, King of Mercia, Bust F variant, East Anglia, Obverse: Bust right OFFA REX, Reverse: Floriate Cross with lozenge centre, moneyer Wintred as S.906, North 302/1, 1.06 grammes, GVF on a full round flan, very rare thus (£1,500 - £3,500)

2442) Penny Richard I S.1348A Class 2, London Mint, moneyer Willelm, 1.11 grammes, VF on a full flan (£500 - £600)

2432) Pennies (2) Henry II Tealby Coinage, Edward I Canterbury Mint, Farthings (2) Edward I/II/III both London Mint VG to Fine (£40 £60) 2433) Pennies (3) Henry III Long Cross London Mint, moneyer Henri, Henry III Short Cross, London Mint, moneyer Ricard, Edward I Canterbury Mint, all around Fine (£70 - £90) 2434) Pennies Edward the Confessor (3) Trefoil Quadrilateral type S.1174 London Mint, with a section cut from 9 to 10 o’clock, Hammer Cross Type S.1182 (2) the first with a section cut from 9 to 10 o’clock, the second holed, NVF to VF (£50 - £100)

2443) Penny Stephen, Cross Moline (‘Watford’) type, S.1278, North 873, Obverse: ST[ ] R, Reverse [ ] ON [ ] TIG, Oxford mint, moneyer Swetig, 1.41 grammes, VF with full portrait of the King, weakness in the legend where described, overall a very pleasing example, very desirable with this amount of detail (£1,500 - £2,000)

2435) Pennies Henry II (3) Tealby (1), Short Cross (2), Richard I (3), John (2, one holed), Cut Halfpenny, monarch uncertain, London Mint, and a Denier of Aquitaine, VG to Good Fine (£90 - £120) 2436) Pennies Henry III (19) Short Cross (2), Long Cross (17) Fine to VF (one holed) includes London, Canterbury, Lincoln, Chester, Bristol and Newcastle Mints (£200 - £400)

2444) Penny William I Canopy type S.1252, North 843, 1.10 grammes, Oxford Mint, moneyer Godwine, NEF with grey tone, a very rare type (£2,200 - £2,600)

2437) Penny Cynethryth (Wife of Offa) c.757-796, Light Coinage Canterbury Mint, moneyer Eoba, S.909, North 339, Chick 138c (this coin), weight 1.12 grammes, About VF, well-centred with a few very small pitting marks, extremely rare, Cynethryth being the only Anglo-Saxon queen to have her name and portrait on coinage (£3,000 - £4,000) 2445) Penny William I PAXS type S.1257 Canterbury Mint, moneyer Ielfred, 1.41 grammes, VF or better with an old light golden tone, comes with old collector’s ticket (£450 - £650)

2438) Penny Henry III London Mint, moneyer Nicole Class 2b S.1361A Good Fine (£20 - £30)

2446) Penny William I PAXS type S.1257 Dover Mint, moneyer Lifwine, VF or slightly better the legend a little weak in places (£500 - £750)

2439) Penny Henry III Long Cross S.1374 Class London Mint, moneyer Henri NVF toned (£50 - £60)

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2447) Penny William I PAXS type S.1257 Lincoln Mint, moneyer Siword, 1.40 grammes, EF, a bold and evenly struck example (£900 £1,200)

2456) Shilling Charles I Pontefract besieged 1648 , PC above castle, on an octagonal flan S.3148 a bold example EF or near so with only a few small weakly struck areas, an impressive and eye-catching example of this normally poorly executed type, we note other high grade Pontefract pieces have retailed for sums in excess of £13,000 in recent times (£6,000 - £8,000)

2448) Penny William I PAXS type S.1257 London Mint, moneyer Deorolf? portrait Fine, the legend with some weak areas (£50 - £100) 2449) Penny William I PAXS type S.1257 London Mint, moneyer Godwine, 1.43 grammes, the portrait VF, the lettering Fine with some weaker areas, come with old collector’s note (£200 - £400) 2450) Penny William I Two Stars type S.1254 London Mint, moneyer Godwine, Good Fine, holed (£30 - £60) 2451) Quarter Laurel James I Beaded inner circle on both sides S.2642B mintmark Trefoil VF/NVF with some small edge cracks (£200 £400) 2452) Shilling 1554 Philip and Mary, full titles, with mark of value, S.2500 VG/NVG the portraits with full profiles and some detail (£125 - £250) 2453) Shilling 1652 Commonwealth ESC 985, Bull 103 approaching Fine (£110 - £150) 2454) Shilling 1653 Commonwealth ESC 987, Bull 124 Bright Fine with some weaker areas (£150 - £200) 2455) Shilling 1653 Commonwealth ESC 987, Bull 124 VG or slightly better with some weakness on the reverse (£110 - £150)

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2457) Shilling Charles I York Mint, S.2870, North 2316, Reverse: Squaretopped shield with EBOR above, mintmark Lion GVF a bold and beautifully struck example on a full round flan, minor adjustment lines on the reverse barely detract (£1,100 - £1,400)

2458) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2482 mintmark Tun VG/Near Fine with scratches on the obverse (£40 - £60) 2459) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2482 mintmark y Fine with a light crease (£50 - £75) 2460) Shilling Edward VI Second Issue 1549 Southwark Mint, mintmark Y 4.82 grammes, the bust worn in parts, VG (£50 - £100) 2461) Shilling Elizabeth I First Issue, Bust 1D, S.2549 VG the reverse with some old scratches and an edge crack at 3 o’clock (£50 - £100) 2462) Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 mintmark Cross Crosslet Good Fine/Fine, Threepence Elizabeth I 1575 Taller bust with ear showing S.2566 mintmark Eglantine Good Fine/Fine (£80 - £120) 2463) Shilling James I Second Coinage S.2654 mintmark Lis EF with excellent portrait, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS EF70 (£600 - £700)

2469) Sixpence Charles I Group D Fourth Bust, type 3a, No inner circles, S.2813 mintmark Crown VF with grey tone and some flan stress, both Ex-Middleham hoard (£50 - £80)

2470) Sixpence Charles I Group E, as S.2814, with C of CHRISTO double struck, mintmark Anchor Near Fine with a shortage of flan at 8 o’clock, Halfgroat Charles I Group D, type 3a1, the obverse with the Kings face struck away from and appearing partly detached from the head, S.2831 mintmark Crown About Fine/Fine, Threepence Elizabeth I 1562 2 over 1, giving the impression of being dated 1563 mintmark Pheon VG/Near Fine (£50 - £75) 2471) Sixpence Charles I Group E, Fifth Aberystwyth Bust, S.2816 mintmark Anchor GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£100 - £200) 2472) Sixpence Charles II First Hammered Coinage No mark of value or inner circles ESC 1507, Bull 274, Fine/Good Fine nicely toned with some creasing (£150 - £250) 2473) Sixpence Commonwealth 1652 ESC 1486, Bull 186 NVF and with sharp detail, on a wavy flan possibly straightened at one time (£175 - £275) 2474) Sixpence Edward VI Fine silver issue S.2483 mintmark Tun Good Fine, toned (£125 - £225) 2475) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1561 Small bust 1F, S.2560, mintmark Pheon, a small scuff on the lower right of the shield, otherwise GVF with original old grey toning, on a full round flan, very attractive and with much eye appeal (£500 - £600)

2464) Shilling James I Second Coinage S.2674 mintmark Lis Near Fine, Twopence Charles II Third Hammered issue Fine/Good Fine with some double striking (£70 - £90) 2465) Shilling James I Third Coinage S.2668 mintmark Trefoil Fine/Good Fine, Halfgroat Henry VIII Posthumous issue, Canterbury Mint, S.2415 Fine with a small plug on the rim of the shield (£30 - £50) 2466) Shilling Philip and Mary undated with full titles, no mark of value, S.2499, Fine for wear with pitted surfaces and some dark tone, the edge with a thin crack, the shield and the portraits with good definition (£110 - £150) 2467) Shillings (2) Charles I Group D S.2791 mintmark Crown Fine/ Good Fine, Edward VI Fine silver issue, mintmark Tun Fine, holed, Halfcrown Charles I VG as part of a group of Hammered (16) Halfcrown to Farthing in mixed grades some damaged or holed (£50 - £75)

2476) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1565 Small bust 1F, S.2561 mintmark Rose, VF the reverse a little better, a little unevenly toned but overall a very pleasing piece (£40 - £80) 2477) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1567 S.2562 mintmark Lion, we note all other examples we have handled of this date have been mintmark Coronet, NVF with old scratches on the obverse, Ex-Lingford Collection, Baldwins 1951, Ex-R.Shuttlewood March 2001, Lot 339 (£200 - £300)

2468) Shillings (4) Elizabeth I Second issue S.2555 mintmark Martlet, Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Tun, Charles I S.2784 mintmark Cross Calvary, Charles I S.2796 mintmark Triangle VG to Fine (£150 - £250) 2478) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1590 Sixth Issue S.2578B mintmark Hand VF, the reverse slightly better, with much eye appeal, with original surfaces and hints of golden tone (£200 - £250)

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2479) Sixpence Elizabeth I Milled issue 1567 Small Bust S.2599 mintmark Lis, Fine for wear, with countermark N in the obverse field and 4-lobed countermark on the reverse, Electrotype Halfgroat Elizabeth I 1920’s British Museum (Obverse only) Grueber 523 with accompanying ticket (£80 - £100)

2490) Unite Charles I 1643 Oxford Mint, shorter bust with King’s elbow not visible S.2734 mintmark Plume, a little short of flan, otherwise VF/Near VF and pleasing for the grade (£5,500 - £6,500)

2480) Sixpence James I 1605 Second Coinage, Third Bust S.2657 mintmark Rose Fine/Good Fine with bold portrait (£40 - £60) 2481) Sixpence James I 1624 Third Coinage, Sixth Bust S.2670 mintmark Trefoil Good Fine and bold with very pleasing portrait, struck slightly off-centre (£125 - £175) 2482) Sixpence Philip and Mary 1554 S.2505 Near Fine for wear with many contact marks and scratches on either side (£125 - £175) 2483) Sixpences (6) Elizabeth I (4) 1568 mintmark Coronet, 1576 mintmark Cinquefoil, 1581 mintmark Bell, 1594 mintmark Woolpack, James I (2) First Coinage, Second Bust 1604 mintmark Lis, Third Coinage 1624 mintmark Trefoil VG to Fine (£60 - £120) 2484) Sixpences Charles I (2) Group D, Fourth Bust type 3a, with falling lace collar, no inner circles S.2813 Mintmark Crown F/NVF, and S.2811 the reverse double struck giving the impression of the shield being broken Near Fine and unusual (£75 - £125) 2485) Sixpences Elizabeth I (2) 1565 Small Bust 1F, Inner beaded circle of 17.5mm S.2561 mintmark Rose Fine/Good Fine, 1575 Larger Bust 5A S.2563 mintmark Eglantine Good Fine/Fine with some surface marks (£75 - £125) 2486) Sixpences Elizabeth I (2) 1573 S.2562 bust 4B, NVF toned with some old scratches on the obverse, 1571 S.2562 mintmark Castle Fine with a flan flaw on the obverse (£90 - £120) 2487) Styca (3) Eanred, Aethelred II and Archbishop Wigmund, each About Fine to Fine (£25 - £50) 2488) Thistle Crown James I, I R on both sides S.2627 mintmark Lis, Fine with a little weakness of strike, a short-lived denomination and seldom offered (£225 - £375) 2489) Threepence Charles I Oxford Mint, 1644 mintmark Lis/- S.2994 overall Fine with some weak areas (£40 - £80)

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2491) Unite Charles I Tower Mint, Group B, Second Bust, S.2687 mintmark Anchor EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, very sought after in this high grade (£4,500 - £5,500)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2492-3191 ) 2492) Britannia Gold (2) Fifty Pounds Half Ounce 1987 S.BP1 Lustrous UNC, Twenty-Five Pounds Quarter Ounce 1987 S.BO1 Lustrous UNC, both with very light toning (£650 - £850) 2493) Britannia Gold Ten Pounds One Tenth Ounce 2001 S.BN5, UNC and lustrous with some light hairlines, Quarter Sovereign 2009 S.SA1 UNC with lustre (£120 - £160) 2494) Crown 1662 Rose below bust, 1662 on edge, ESC 17 Good Fine, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 35 (£450 - £550)

2495) Crown 1663 Reddite Electrotype VF the scarcer electrotype companion to the Petition, and not represented in the Maritime Collection offered in London Coins Auction A147 7/12/2014 (£400 - £600)

2496) Crown 1664 XVI edge ESC 28, Bull 362 Fine, lightly toned (£275 - £325) 2497) Crown 1671 Second Bust, as ESC 42, Bull 382 Top and central bars of the E in REX virtually indistinct this appearing as L . Fine/ Good Fine with light scattered haymarks and an attractive old grey and gold toning (£450 - £550)

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2498) Crown 1671 Third Bust VICESIMO TERTIO ESC 43, Bull 386, VF with attractive grey toning and a few scattered haymarks, struck on a large, broad flan (£750 - £1,250)

2499) Crown 1673 VICESIMO QVINTO ESC 47, Bull 390 VF, a pleasing and evenly struck example with good eye appeal (£750 - £1,250)

2500) Crown 1688 QVARTO ESC 80, Bull 746 VG, Halfcrown 1685 PRIMO ESC 493, Bull 748 VG/Fair with an edge nick (£100 - £150) 2501) Crown 1688 QVARTO ESC 80, Bull 746 VG/Near Fine the reverse with an II - shaped scratch in the field (£125 - £225)

2507) Crown 1696 Third Bust ESC 94, Bull 1004 in a PCGS holder UNC with attractive and colourful blue and magenta toning, in a ‘Green Label’ PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£2,200 - £2,600)

2508) Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97, A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded CGS 75 (£2,750 - £3,500)

2509) Crown 1707E Second Bust SEXTO edge, ESC 103, Bull 1351 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£650 - £750)

2502) Crown 1692 QVARTO edge ESC 83, Bull 822 VG (£200 - £300)

2510) Crown 1716 Roses and Plumes ESC 110, Bull 1540 approaching Fine/About Fine (£200 - £300) 2503) Crown 1692 QVARTO ESC 83, Bull 822 VG (£250 - £350) 2504) Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 Fine/Good Fine (£190 £220) 2505) Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 GVF with some haymarks and some thin scratches on the reverse (£400 - £600)

2506) Crown 1696 OCTAVO First Bust ESC 89, Bull 995, About VF with some weakness to the 96 of the date and some signs of die rust (£225 - £325)

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2511) Crown 1716 Roses and Plumes ESC 110, Bull 1540 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£5,500 - £6,500)

2512) Crown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 117, Bull 1660 EF struck on an imperfect flan with two edge cracks at 7 and 8 o’clock, viewing recommended (£1,500 - £2,000)

2513) Crown 1734 Roses and Plumes ESC 119, Bull 1662 Good Fine with two gentle edge bruises (£400 - £500)

2514) Crown 1818 LIX as ESC 214, Bull 2009 but with TVTΛMEN (unbarred A) on edge NVF with some edge nicks (£110 - £150) 2515) Crown 1818 LIX I over higher I in HONI, Q of QUI doubled type as ESC 214, Bull 2009 GVF/VF toned with some contact marks (£125 - £150) 2516) Crown 1818 LVIII ESC 211, Bull 2005 NEF and colourfully toned with some hairlines and some spots on the King’s neck (£100 £200) 2517) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 Bull 2010 NEF toned with some residual lustre, and some contact marks (£125 - £225) 2518) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 GVF the obverse once cleaned, now retoning, the coin with an overall silver tone from long term storage in an old cabinet, Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 GVF with grey and gold tone (£100 - £150) 2519) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 GVF/NEF with some lustre (£125 - £225) 2520) Crown 1820LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 UNC or near so, minor contact marks barely detract, the obverse with light toning, the reverse with prooflike fields and exceptional eye appeal (£750 - £850)

2521) Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310, GVF/NEF with some contact marks and a small edge bruise (£125 - £225)

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2522) Crown 1844 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 281, Bull 2592 Bright GVF with some hairlines (£300 - £400)

2527) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571, Near EF/ EF with two gentle edge bruises and some hairlines and light scratches (£2,100 - £2,600)

2523) Crown 1844 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 281, Bull 2592 GVF with an edge nick and a gentle edge bruise (£300 - £400)

2528) Crown 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 512 dies 1A GVF with grey tone (£100 - £180) 2529) Crown 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 514 dies 2A EF toned and with some darker toning on the veil (£100 - £200) 2530) Crown 1896 LX ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 516 dies 2A EF and lustrous with light toning, the obverse with prooflike fields (£170 - £220) 2531) Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313 GEF/AU with a few contact marks (£100 - £175)

2524) Crown 1844 Star Stops on edge ESC 280, Bull 2561 Bright GVF with some contact marks and small edge nicks (£200 - £300)

2532) Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319, Bull 2609 GEF with a blue and gold original tone over traces of underlying mint lustre, with some edge nicks, overall a very attractive coin with a lot of eye appeal (£120 - £150) 2533) Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 About EF/EF and nicely toned with some small scratches on the face (£100 - £150) 2534) Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 NEF (£100 - £120) 2535) Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 UNC or near so light cabinet friction and with some edge nicks (£150 - £250)

2525) Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 Good Fine/Fine, toned (£140 - £160) 2526) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571, Ex-swivel mount holes on the edge at 12 and 6 o’clock, these expertly repaired, NVF ex-jewellery (£1,400 - £1,600)

2536) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 GEF with some lustre and a slightly uneven tone (£175 - £275) 2537) Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 NEF with a stain on the obverse (£150 - £200) 2538) Crown 1931 ESC 371, Bull 3639 EF and softly struck, lightly toned (£125 - £175) 2539) Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3644 EF/About EF (£150 - £200) 2540) Crown 1935 Raised edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655 UNC and lustrous with some hairlines, unboxed (£500 - £600)

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2541) Crown 1935 Raised edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655, UNC with grey toning and very minor cabinet friction, in the original red box of issue (£400 - £600)

2546) Crowns (2) 1662 Rose below bust, no date on edge, ESC 15, Bull 340 Fine, 1707E ESC 103, Bull 1350 Fine, both with old grey toning (£125 - £175) 2547) Crowns (2) 1664 XVI edge ESC 28, Bull 362 VG or slightly better with some nicks around the rims, 1708 Plumes ESC 108, Bull 1347 Near Fine/Fine (£125 - £225) 2548) Crowns (2) 1670 VICESIMO SECVNDO ESC 40, Bull 380 VG, 1668 VICESIMO ESC 36, Bull 373 Fair/VG (£110 - £140) 2549) Crowns (2) 1671 Second Bust, No Stop after HIB, ESC 43, Bull 386 Fine, 1676 ESC 51, Bull 397 Near Fine, both with old grey toning (£110 - £150)

2542) Crown 1935 Raised edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655, UNC with light toning and some minor contact marks, in the original red box of issue (£400 - £600)

2550) Crowns (2) 1688 ESC 80, Bull 748 Fine, the obverse with some scratches under old toning, 1696 ESC 94, Bull 1004 Fine with old grey tone (£140 - £200) 2551) Crowns (2) 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589, Davies 484 dies 1C, EF with some hairlines, 1896 LX ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 520 dies 2D NEF/GVF the reverse with a pleasing tone (£120 - £150) 2552) Crowns (2) 1931 ESC 371, Bull 3639, Good Fine/NVF, 1929 ESC 369, Bull 3636 VG (£125 - £225) 2553) Decimal One Pound 2015 Bimetallic 12-sided Trial Piece, the reverse with a crowned shield Legend: The Royal Mint, with TRIAL PIECE below, EF with some contact marks (£120 - £150)

2543) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof with error edge with the lettering in the wrong order. Edge reads: DECUS ANNO REGNI ET TUTAMEN XXV, ESC 380, Bull 3657, UNC retaining much original mint lustre, lightly toning in the legends, a few thin scratches on the obverse evident under magnification and the reverse with a few small spots, an extremely rare error and rated R5 by ESC (Estimated 5-10 examples believed to exist), thus rarer than the gold Proof of this date (25 examples issued) which, when offered, fetches £60,000 - £80,000. Our archive database shows that this is the first example we have offered in 15 years. (£3,500 - £5,500)

2554) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Inverted incuse K below Britannia, also with double struck C in C.H.K. ESC 156, Bull 1941 GVF lightly toned, a rare variety (£850 - £950)

2555) Dollar George III Countermarked oval mark on Mexico 8 Reales 1794Mo ESC 129, Bull 1852 countermark Good Fine, host coin Fine (£250 - £350) 2556) Dollar George III small oval countermark on Mexico City 8 Reales 1795, ESC 129, Bull 1852 Countermark GVF, host coin VF/GVF, toned in the legends, the reverse with some lustre a most pleasing example with excellent eye appeal (£500 - £750) 2544) Crown 1936 ESC 381, Bull 3649 EF toned with a tone spot on the obverse (£200 - £400)

2545) Crown 1937 Proof, the obverse having a high level of frosting and cameo effect, nFDC with a tone spot on either side (£125 - £150)

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2557) Farthing 1673 Peck 522 GEF and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£950 - £1,150)

2564) Five Guineas 1709 Queen Anne After Union with Scotland S3567 OCTAVO VF/EF desirable thus (£15,000 - £20,000)

2558) Farthing 1700 B in BRIT broken at it’s base and resembling an R, Small T’s in TERTIVS, extra large E and V, Large V’s in GVLIELMVS, as Cooke Collection No.514, as Peck 667, VF/NVF, a very high grade for this poorly-struck issue, and vastly superior to the example in the Cooke collection, comes with Farthing Specialist envelope (£250 - £300)

2559) Farthing 1714 Struck on a small flan of 22mm diameter, Peck 741 GVF (£500 - £600)

2560) Farthing 1839 Bronzed Proof, Reverse Upright, Peck 1556 UNC toned (£425 - £475)

2561) Farthing 1860 Mule Freeman 498 dies 2+A, NEF with a tone spot on the R of REG, and signs of old cleaning on part of the shield (£470 - £520)

2562) Farthings (2) 1771 Reverse C, the olive branch points to the right limb of the A in BRITANNIA, also with light traces of the first 7 being struck over a 1, GVF/VF with some contact marks, Rare, 1724 Peck 828 GVF/VF with some verdigris spots, the obverse in particular is boldly struck and an excellent example of the portrait type (£225 - £275)

2565) Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday S.L1 Gold Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, uncased (£1,300 - £1,500)

2563) Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary S.H19 Gold Proof FDC uncased (£1,400 - £1,800)

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2566) Five Pound Crown 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary S.L12 Gold Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, uncased (£1,300 - £1,500)

2570) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 EF with some light contact marks (£1,300 - £1,700)

2571) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 GEF and lustrous with a very thin scratch by the sword (£1,300 - £1,700) 2567) Five Pound Crown 2004 100th Anniversary of the Entente Cordiale S.L13 Gold Proof nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, uncased (£1,300 - £1,500)

2572) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 NEF with some hairlines and two old scuffs in the obverse field (£1,500 - £2,000)

2568) Five Pound Crown 2005 200th Anniversary of Trafalgar S.L14 Gold Proof nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, uncased (£1,300 - £1,500)

2573) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 UNC and lustrous with light hairlines and small edge nicks. The bust and the St. George design particularly bold and crisp, the fields prooflike and desirable thus (£3,000 £3,500)

2569) Five Pound Crown 2008 Prince of Wales 60th Birthday S.L19 Gold Proof nFDC with minor hairlines by REG and a hint of toning, retaining practically full mint brilliance, uncased (£1,300 - £1,500)

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2574) Five Pounds 1893 Gold Proof S.3872 the fields with some light hairlines, nFDC retaining almost full mint brilliance and extremely eye-catching (£18,000 - £22,000)

2575) Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 NEF with some contact marks (£3,000 - £3,500)

2576) Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 NVF with some scratches and surface marks (£1,400 - £1,800)

2577) Five Pounds 1902 Gold Matt Proof S.3966 in an NGC holder and graded PR62, minor contact marks, but overall seems conservatively graded (£2,700 - £3,200)

2578) Five Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3966 nFDC the obverse with minor contact marks (£2,800 - £3,200)

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2579) Five Pounds 1911 Gold Proof S.3994 in an NGC holder and graded PR62 appears conservatively graded (£6,000 - £10,000)

2580) Five Pounds 1911 Gold Proof S.3994 in an NGC holder and graded PR62 with full lustre and brilliance, appears conservatively graded (£11,000 - £13,000)

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2581) Five Pounds 1911 Gold Proof S.3994 nFDC with light hairlines and minor contact marks, retaining practically full mint brilliance (£10,000 - £12,000)

2582) Five Pounds 1937 Proof S.4074 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 Cameo (£6,000 - £7,000)

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2583) Five Pounds 1937 Proof S.4074 UNC and lightly tooled with some hairlines, retaining much mint lustre (£5,000 - £6,000)

2585) Florin 1884 ESC 860, Bull 2907 UNC with original tone and underlying mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the third finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£600 - £700)

2586) Florin 1890 ESC 872, Bull 2958 UNC or near so and lustrous with some tiny rim nicks (£275 - £325) 2587) Florin 1894 ESC 878, Bull 2964, Davies 835 dies 2B, UNC or near so with a subtle gold, blue and green tone (£150 - £200) 2588) Florin 1895 ESC 879, Bull 2965, Davies 836, dies 1A, the obverse with the first I of VICTORIA pointing between two rim teeth, the reverse with the left leg of the H of SHILLINGS pointing to an inner bead. Lustrous UNC with a very small edge bruise by the 8 of the date, by far the scarcer of the two types and rare in high grade, only the third example we have offered in 15 years, so possibly rarer than catalogues would suggest (£150 - £200) 2589) Florin 1903 ESC 921, Bull 3579 AU/GEF with a subtle golden tone and some light contact marks (£110 - £140) 2590) Florin 1904 ESC 922, Bull 3580 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£100 - £150) 2591) Florin 1905 ESC 923, Bull 3581 NEF/GVF with some light contact marks, the key date in the series (£150 - £300)

2592) Florin 1908 ESC 926, Bull 3584 NEF nicely toned with a few small rim nicks (£100 - £150) 2593) Florin 1925 ESC 944, Bull 3777 UNC and lustrous with very light cabinet friction, a key date and Very Rare in this high grade (£380 - £450)

2584) Florin 1872 ESC 840, Bull 2878, Davies 756 dies 3B Top Cross overlaps border beads on reverse, Die Number 59 UNC with a hint of golden tone in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£300 - £500)

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2594) Florin 1932 ESC 781, Bull 3743 UNC and lustrous the obverse with light contact marks, a key date rarity and highly sought after in this high grade (£500 - £600)

2595) Florin 1932 ESC 952 GEF and lustrous the reverse with some uneven tone (£250 - £350)

2596) Florin 1932 ESC 952 GEF/AU and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Very Rare in this high grade (£375 - £525)

2600) Guinea 1698 S.3460 Fine/Good Fine with some light haymarking (£1,400 - £1,600)

2601) Guinea 1700 S.3460 VG/NVG with some scratches in the obverse field (£600 - £800)

2602) Guinea 1701 Narrow Crowns, Ornamented Sceptres S.3463 GVF/ VF an even and pleasing piece with excellent eye appeal (£3,300 - £3,800)

2603) Guinea 1712 S.3574 Fine, creased and gilded, the obverse scuffed and with hairlines (£300 - £600) 2597) Florin 1958 VIP Proof Bull 4411, rated as R5 by Bull, nFDC with very few minor hairlines and practically full mint brilliance (£800 - £1,000)

2604) Guinea 1714 Queen Anne S.3574 NVF/GF with some scuffs (£750 - £1,250)

2598) Guinea 1678 S.3344 VF or better the obverse with some light haymarks, the reverse with some small nicks, all Charles II Guineas increasingly difficult to find in grades above Fine (£3,500 - £4,000)

2599) Guinea 1688 Elephant and Castle below bust as S.3403 with first 8 triple-struck, in an NGC holder and graded VF35 (£2,800 - £3,500)

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2605) Guinea 1714 Queen Anne S.3574 UNC and rare thus, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of just 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, and, at the time of writing, the only Queen Anne Guinea graded 80 (£7,500 - £10,000)

2608) Guinea 1726 S.3633 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2609) Guinea 1738 S.3674 VF or very near so, with some traces of lustre remaining, very attractive for the grade and with much eye appeal (£2,000 - £2,500)

2610) Guinea 1747 S.3680 Near EF and lustrous, with some light scattered haymarks, very attractive and with excellent eye appeal (£2,200 - £2,600)

2611) Guinea 1748 S.3680 Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £450) 2612) Guinea 1761 First Laureate Head S.3725 Variety with two leaves at the top of the wreath Fine or better the obverse with some thin scratches visible under magnification, the reverse with a graze on the shield, nevertheless a collectable example of this rare and sought after type, seldom offered for sale, confirmed by the fact that we have only offered one other piece in 16 years, that was offered in London Coins Auction A111 in November 2005 (£2,500 - £3,000)

2613) Guinea 1764 Second Laureate Head, No Stop over Head, S.3726 VG the reverse slightly better, an even and collectable example, both dates in this short series very rare (£1,400 - £1,600) 2606) Guinea 1720 S.3631 About Fine (£400 - £600)

2614) Guinea 1769 S.3727 About Fine (£500 - £600) 2607) Guinea 1721 S.3631 VG Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £350)

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2615) Guinea 1773 S.3727 in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£1,000 - £1,200)

2626) Guinea 1813 Military S.3730 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£7,200 - £7,800)

2616) Guinea 1774 S.3728 About Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£280 - £360) 2617) Guinea 1787 S.3729 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £300) 2618) Guinea 1793 S.3729 Near Fine/Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£280 - £360) 2619) Guinea 1793 S.3729 VG/Near Fine with a heavy contact mark below the bust (£250 - £300) 2620) Guinea 1794 S. 3729 Lustrous UNC or near so and rare thus, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£1,500 - £2,000)

2621) Guinea 1794 S.3729 VF (£500 - £900)

2622) Guinea 1794 S.3729 VF with a few small flecks of haymarking, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£600 - £700)

2623) Guinea 1794 S.3729 VG/Near Fine (£200 - £250) 2624) Guinea 1795 S.3729 VF plugged and ex-clasp mount (£200 - £300) 2625) Guinea 1798 S.3729 EF the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse with a small scratch by ET.E (£720 - £780)

2627) Half Farthing 1837 Peck 1476 VF/NVF the reverse with some heavier contact marks (£140 - £160) 2628) Half Guinea 1695 Early Harp S.3466 VF with some adjustment lines (£950 - £1,150)

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2629) Half Guinea 1701 S.3468 VG/Near Fine (£600 - £700)

2637) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 VG (£100 - £150) 2638) Half Sovereign 1818 Marsh 401 GVF with s flan flaw in the reverse field (£550 - £650)

2630) Half Guinea 1710 S.3575 Fine/Good Fine with some residual red toning, the obverse with some old thin scratches (£1,050 £1,250)

2631) Half Guinea 1722 S.3635 GF/NVF with a small scratch by HIB (£950 - £1,150)

2632) Half Guinea 1726 S.3637 About Fine/Fine, the obverse with a shallow dig in the field (£650 - £750)

2633) Half Guinea 1745 S.3683 Bold Fine or slightly better, a collectable and problem-free example (£850 - £950)

2634) Half Guinea 1791 S.3735 in an old green-ticket PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£550 - £650)

2635) Half Guinea 1813 S.3737 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£1,800 - £2,200)

2636) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 About EF with some contact marks (£650 - £750)

2639) Half Sovereign 1820 Marsh 402 NEF, scarce with a mintage of just 35.043 pieces (£650 - £750)

2640) Half Sovereign 1824 Marsh 405 VF with some light hairlines, the reverse slightly better (£550 - £650)

2641) Half Sovereign 1825 Marsh 406 GVF with small rim nicks (£550 - £650)

2642) Half Sovereign 1825 Marsh 406 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£625 - £675)

2643) Half Sovereign 1826 Marsh 407 Good Fine/Fine (£400 - £500)

2644) Half Sovereign 1826 Proof S.3804 Lustrous UNC desirable thus (£2,000 - £2,500)

2645) Half Sovereign 1827 Marsh 408 VF the obverse with scattered contact marks (£550 - £650)

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2646) Half Sovereign 1828 Marsh 409 Fine/Good Fine (£450 - £550)

2662) Half Sovereign 1869 Marsh 444, Die Number 21 NEF/GVF and lustrous, the reverse with a heavier contact mark by the base of the shield (£200 - £250) 2663) Half Sovereign 1870 S.3860, Die Number 36 NEF and lustrous (£220 - £260)

2647) Half Sovereign 1828 Marsh 409 Near Fine/Good Fine with some scratches and hairlines (£100 - £150) 2648) Half Sovereign 1834 Small size (17.9mm diameter) Marsh 410 Fine with a dig in the field on either side, Rare (£450 - £550)

2664) Half Sovereign 1872 Larger Young Head, Nose points between T and O of VICTORIA, S.3860D, Marsh 447, Die Number 105 Good Fine (£125 - £175) 2665) Half Sovereign 1872 Larger Young Head, Nose points between T and O of VICTORIA, S.3860D, Marsh 447, Die Number 49 NEF/ EF and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£220 - £260) 2666) Half Sovereign 1872S Repositioned legend, nose points to T in VICTORIA S.3862A, Reverse: Re-engraved Cross now touches the border VF or slightly better, very rare in all grades above Fine (£600 - £700)

2649) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 NVF/GF (£850 - £950)

2667) Half Sovereign 1873 Marsh 448, Die Number 24, EF/GEF and lustrous (£280 - £320) 2650) Half Sovereign 1837 Marsh 413 NEF/GVF with a small dig by the date (£850 - £950)

2668) Half Sovereign 1873 Marsh 448, Die Number 253 NEF/EF and lustrous the obverse with some heavier contact marks (£220 £260) 2651) Half Sovereign 1849 Marsh 423 Fine (£180 - £220) 2652) Half Sovereign 1852 Marsh 426 in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£160 - £250) 2653) Half Sovereign 1855 Marsh 429 GVF/VF the obverse with some darker spots by VICT (£100 - £200) 2654) Half Sovereign 1855 Marsh 429 in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£160 - £250) 2655) Half Sovereign 1856 Marsh the 8 overstruck, possibly over a 6, in an NGC holder and graded VF25 (£160 - £200) 2656) Half Sovereign 1858 Marsh 432 in an NGC holder and graded AU50 (£160 - £250)

2669) Half Sovereign 1876 Marsh 451, Die Number 68, in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£160 - £250) 2670) Half Sovereign 1877 Marsh 452, Die Number 45 NVF/GF (£140 - £180) 2671) Half Sovereign 1878 Marsh 453, S.3860D Die number 11 Good Fine (£100 - £175) 2672) Half Sovereign 1880 Marsh 455A, S.3860F, Die Number 103 Good Fine with surface marks (£125 - £175) 2673) Half Sovereign 1883S Marsh 467 GVF with a thin scratch on the reverse and small rim nicks (£500 - £600)

2657) Half Sovereign 1858 Marsh 432 Lustrous A/UNC with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 2658) Half Sovereign 1860 the 8 with traces of overstriking, the underlying figure unclear, as Marsh 434, in an NGC holder and graded VF35 (£160 - £200) 2659) Half Sovereign 1863 Marsh 439, S.3860, Die Number 4 Fine, Rare (£125 - £175) 2660) Half Sovereign 1864 Marsh 440, Die Number 31 NEF/GVF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £250) 2661) Half Sovereign 1867 Marsh 443, Die Number 5 GVF with some contact marks (£220 - £260)

2674) Half Sovereign 1884 Marsh 458 EF and lustrous (£200 - £250) 2675) Half Sovereign 1885 Marsh 459 GEF and lustrous (£220 - £260) 2676) Half Sovereign 1886M Marsh 476 VG/Fine, Rare with a mintage of just 38,008 pieces (£250 - £300) 2677) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B. Marsh 478C VF (£125 - £175) 2678) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, No J.E.B on truncation S.3869C NEF/EF with small rim nicks (£200 - £250)

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2679) Half Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head, Small close J.E.B on truncation, S.3870A GVF (£250 - £300) 2680) Half Sovereign 1892 No J.E.B on truncation, Marsh 481A Good Fine/Fine (£140 - £180) 2681) Half Sovereign 1893 Jubilee Head, No J.E.B on truncation, S.3869D GF/NVF (£200 - £250) 2682) Half Sovereign 1896 Marsh 491 EF/GEF, very few contact marks and with much eye appeal (£190 - £220)

2695) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 GVF/VF (£100 - £150) 2696) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proof S.SB3 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£150 - £300) 2697) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 Gold Proof, in a PCGS holder and graded PR69 DCAM (£150 - £300)

2683) Half Sovereign 1896 Marsh 491 Fine/Good Fine (£100 - £150) 2684) Half Sovereign 1897 Marsh 492 GEF/AU the reverse with a strong strike, this unusual on Half Sovereigns of this period (£180 - £220) 2685) Half Sovereign 1897S Marsh 503 About Fine/Fine the obverse with some heavier contact marks, all Veiled Head Sydney Half Sovereigns scarce (£150 - £200) 2686) Half Sovereign 1900P Marsh 501 GVF/NEF Very Rare, rated R3 by Marsh, only the third example we have offered in 16 years, so probably rarer than catalogue values would suggest (£350 - £400)

2698) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£150 - £300) 2699) Half Sovereign 2002 Shield, Marsh 549 Lustrous UNC with light toning and an edge nick (£100 - £175) 2700) Half Sovereign 2002 Shield, Marsh 549 Lustrous UNC with some very light toning (£100 - £175) 2701) Half Sovereigns (2) 1877 Marsh 452 Die Number 53 GVF/VF, 1906 Marsh 509 Good Fine/Fine the obverse with a thin scratch (£200 - £300)

2687) Half Sovereign 1901 Marsh 496 Lustrous UNC the obverse with some light contact marks and small rim nicks (£180 - £220) 2688) Half Sovereign 1902 Marsh 505 NEF (£160 - £180) 2689) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974 nFDC/FDC (£400 - £500)

2702) Half Sovereigns (2) 1901 Marsh 496 NEF, 1911P Marsh 532 NEF listed as rare by Marsh (£200 - £300) 2703) Half Sovereigns (2) 1912 Marsh 527 VF/NVF, 1914 Marsh 529 VF/ NVF (£200 - £300) 2704) Half Sovereigns (3) 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 488 Good Fine, 1904 with B.P. Marsh 507A Good Fine, 1913 Marsh 528 GF/NF ex-Jewellery, each with a presentation box (£300 - £400) 2705) Half Sovereigns (3) 1900 Marsh 495 Fine, 1906S Marsh 523 A/ UNC and lustrous, 1982 Marsh 544 A/UNC and lustrous (£300 £400)

2690) Half Sovereign 1909 Marsh 512 NEF/EF the obverse with some contact marks (£180 - £220)

2706) Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447, Bull 252, VG/Near Fine, the obverse with old scratches (£300 - £600)

2691) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo (£850 - £950)

2692) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, retaining some original mint brilliance (£550 £650)

2707) Halfcrown 1685 PRIMO ESC 493, Bull 798 GVF or better with an attractive old grey tone with touches of gold, evenly struck and with much eye appeal (£750 - £850)

2693) Half Sovereign 1913 Marsh 528 EF/NEF (£140 - £180) 2694) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£100 - £150)

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2708) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, no pearls, as ESC 506, Bull 834 the E of REGNI appears overstruck, the underlying character unclear, Good Fine with some haymarking (£100 - £150) 2709) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, ESC 505, Bull 831, About VF with grey toning (£380 - £420)

2710) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, No Frosting, with pearls, ESC 507, Bull 835 NVF/GF with touches of haymarking (£200 - £250) 2711) Halfcrown 1693 stop before REX rather than after HI, ESC 519, Bull 860, the edge appears to read OVINTO in error (Q missing it’s tail) Fine with a very small edge crack by the first A of MARIA (£125 - £225)

2720) Halfcrown 1708 Second Bust, Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge, ESC 577, Bull 1370 strong GVF, attractively toned grey with touches of gold, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£500 - £600)

2721) Halfcrown 1709 OCTAVO ESC 579, Bull 1371 VF with grey tone and touches of gold in the legends (£200 - £250) 2722) Halfcrown 1712 Roses and Plumes, UNDECIMO, the V’s in DECVS and TVTAMEN are inverted A’s, ESC 582, Bull 1374 GVF and nicely toned with a few scattered haymarks (£350 - £450)

2712) Halfcrown 1696 Small Shields, ESC 534, Bull 1014 VF toned with some adjustment lines and some old scratches (£120 - £150) 2713) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034, GEF with old grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£500 - £600)

2723) Halfcrown 1713 Plain in angles DVODECIMO ESC 584, Bull 1376 VF/About VF with some adjustment lines, the reverse with some weakness in the corresponding area (£150 - £200) 2724) Halfcrown 1713 Roses and Plumes DVODECIMO ESC 583, Bull 1375 NVF once cleaned now retoning (£200 - £250)

2714) Halfcrown 1703 VIGO ESC 569, Bull 1358 NVF/About VF the obverse with gold toning (£150 - £200) 2715) Halfcrown 1706 Roses and Plumes ESC 572, Bull 1361, NVF with a pleasing old tone (£200 - £300)

2716) Halfcrown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 574, Bull 1366 NVF/Good Fine, Crown 1676 ESC 51, Bull 397 VG/Fair with old collector’s envelope (£175 - £250)

2725) Halfcrown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 117, Bull 1660 Good Fine with old toning (£120 - £150) 2726) Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600, Bull 1679 Nearer EF than VF with a pleasing original grey tone and touches of underlying gold (£600 - £700)

2727) Halfcrown 1741 Roses with traces of a double striking to the 1, the 4 with signs of an overstrike, but the underlying figure unclear, ESC 601A, Bull 1681 Bold VF with an even and original grey tone (£400 - £500)

2717) Halfcrown 1707 SEXTO edge, Roses and Plumes, Narrow colon after REG, ESC 573, Bull 1365 (mis-printed in Bull) NVF/VF with some haymarking and old grey toning on the reverse (£150 £200) 2718) Halfcrown 1707E SEXTO ESC 575, Bull 1379 VF/GVF with touches of gold tone, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘B.S 1941 15/-’ (£200 - £250) 2719) Halfcrown 1708 Plumes ESC 577, Bull 1370 Good Fine, the obverse with minor flecks of haymarking (£110 - £150)

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2728) Halfcrown 1743 Roses ESC 603A, Bull 1684 EF/GEF with scattered light haymarks, and some light adjustment lines, a very sharply struck piece, very desirable with superb eye appeal, comes with old Glendining’s ticket ‘The Willis Collection Sale 7 October 1992, Lot 362, and another ticket stating ‘Ex-Glen July 31/44 Lot 149 cost £2/15/-’ the reverse of this ticket saying Proof (£500 - £600)

2737) Halfcrown 1817 Small Head ESC 618, Bull 2096 UNC the reverse with very minor cabinet friction, with original surfaces and blue/ gold toning (£200 - £400) 2738) Halfcrown 1818 ESC 621, Bull 2099 NEF with some contact marks (£150 - £200) 2739) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623, Bull 2102 NEF lightly toned with some underlying lustre (£150 - £200) 2740) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 UNC with minor contact marks only, with original mint lustre and golden toning, an excellent coin for the type collector with much eye appeal (£200 - £300)

2729) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS63 (£900 - £1,200)

2741) Halfcrown 1826 Milled Edge Proof UNC/nFDC toned, the obverse with a scratch in the field (£1,200 - £1,500)

2730) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 VF/GVF and nicely toned (£100 - £120) 2731) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606, Bull 1688 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£400 - £500)

2742) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 EF (£150 - £250) 2743) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 NEF (£150 - £250) 2744) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 UNC or near so and lustrous with traces of blue, magenta and gold toning (£300 - £400) 2732) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606, Bull 1688 VF nicely toned with minor contact marks (£140 - £180) 2733) Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609, Bull 1692 UNC/AU and with an attractive even grey tone (£1,800 - £2,600)

2745) Halfcrown 1836 ESC 666, Bull 2482 EF/About EF the obverse with touches of gold toning in the legends (£500 - £600)

2734) Halfcrown 1816 ESC 613, Bull 2086 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£250 - £300) 2735) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 Bright GEF (£200 - £400) 2736) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 UNC or very near so, the obverse with very minor tone spots that barely detract (£200 - £400)

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2746) Halfcrown 1837 ESC 667, Bull 2486, Nearer EF than VF with some contact marks (£350 - £400)

2747) Halfcrown 1842 ESC 675, Bull 2717 UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction, excellent surfaces with only very minor contact marks visible under magnification, a subtle even gold tone further enhances the eye appeal (£750 - £850)

2754) Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746, Bull 3567 GEF/AU with a small edge nick, Florin 1902 ESC 919, Bull 3577 GEF the two pieces with matching tone (£200 - £250) 2755) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568 nFDC-FDC and with original grey toning (£100 - £200) 2756) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568 UNC with minor cabinet friction, the reverse lightly toned (£100 - £200) 2757) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750, Bull 3571 Bold Good Fine, the key date in the series, detail shows on hair and beard that could warrant a VF grade obverse (£600 - £800)

2748) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677, Bull 2720 GEF/AU with original mint lustre and a hint of golden tone, small edge nicks and carbon marks barely detract, a most attractive early Young Head example with much eye appeal and desirable thus (£500 - £750) 2758) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750, Bull 3571 VF a solid middle grade example a key date rarity and considerably more difficult to find in all grades above Fine (£800 - £1,500)

2749) Halfcrown 1845 ESC 679, Bull 2722, EF the obverse with some contact marks, an attractive high grade example with some residual lustre (£450 - £550) 2759) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF with golden tone, the obverse with two small spots (£175 - £250) 2760) Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754, Bull 3575 EF with some light contact marks and small rim nicks, pleasing and original, and with some light golden toning (£125 - £225)

2750) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 also with traces of doubling on the first 8, ESC 681A, Bull 2728, NVF/GF with grey tone, pleasing for the grade (£280 - £320)

2761) Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£260 - £340)

2751) Halfcrown 1849 Large Date ESC 682, Bull 2730 GF the obverse tooled (£200 - £250) 2752) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692, Bull 2741 UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks and some tiny spots visible in the obverse legend under magnification (£150 - £250) 2753) Halfcrown 1878 ESC 701, Bull 2751 A/UNC and lustrous with excellent eye appeal, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, the joint finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£600 - £700)

2762) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779 EF retaining some original lustre, one of the key dates in the series, in a LCGS holder, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£200 - £300)

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2763) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779, Bull 3739 NEF lightly toned, a key date and scarce in higher grades (£200 - £300)

2764) Halfcrown 1953 Proof, Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 with the weakly struck first portrait, I of DEI points to a space. The Proof version of the early portrait, as used in the 1953 currency plastic set. Davies 2310, S.4137 nFDC and lustrous (£400 - £600)

2765) Halfcrown 1953 Proof, Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 with the weakly struck first portrait, I of DEI points to a space. The Proof version of the early portrait, as used in the 1953 currency plastic set. Davies 2310, S.4137 nFDC and lustrous with some gold tone (£400 - £600)

2766) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, with pearls, ESC 504, Bull 830 Fine, 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034 Fine (£110 - £150) 2767) Halfcrowns (2) 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, ESC 505, Bull 831 Fine or slightly better, 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034 NVF/GF the obverse with adjustment lines (£120 - £150)

2772) Halfpenny 1717 GVF/VF the reverse with a flan flaw, and with some uneven surface porosity (£180 - £280)

2773) Halfpenny 1720 Peck 795 NEF with some contact marks, the reverse with signs of die stress on Britannia’s drapery, all George I copper hard to find in grades above VF (£140 - £180) 2774) 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, there have been no further examples submitted (£1,000 - £1,200)

2775) Halfpenny 1738 Peck 852 AU/UNC and nicely toned, the obverse a little weakly struck on the wreath, our archive database shows that we haver not offered an example of this date for more than 12 years, so possibly scarcer than catalogue values would suggest (£270 - £320)

2776) Halfpenny 1746 Peck 876 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 995, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, with a UIN of 0000036, this being one of the first coins graded by LCGS, and in over 43000 coins submitted since has yet to be beaten (£550 - £750)

2768) Halfcrowns (2) 1707 SEPTIMO, Plain in angles ESC 574, Bull 1366 Fine, 1713 Plain in Angles ESC 583, Bull 1376 Good Fine (£110 £150) 2769) Halfcrowns (2) 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 NEF/GVF, 1817 Small Head ESC 618, Bull 2096 GVF/NEF the reverse with some lustre (£100 - £175) 2770) Halfcrowns (2) 1905 ESC 750, Bull 3571 Fair with some misty areas, 1903 ESC 748, Bull 3569 NVG both rare (£120 - £220)

2777) Halfpenny 1770 Reverse A Peck 893 A/UNC and with traces of lustre, the obverse with a small flan on the armour (£340 - £380)

2771) Halfpenny 1700 Peck 699 GVLIELMS error with unbarred A’s in BRITANNIA Fine all lettering bold and clear, the variety in no doubt (£130 - £150)

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2778) Halfpenny 1797 Restrike Pattern Peck 1173, R61, the obverse with 4 extra jewels below the normal 7 jewels on the brooch UNC and nicely toned, only the third example we have offered in 16 years, so probably rare than Peck states (£580 - £650)

2779) Halfpenny 1806/1807 a double obverse, plain edge with no signs of joining (possibly by Taylor?) Fine and unusual (£400 - £500)

2785) Maundy Set 1737 ESC 2406, Bull 1769 VF to EF (£380 - £420)

2786) Maundy Set 1739 ESC 2407, Bull 1770 VF to EF with an attractive and nicely matched original tone, the Threepence with a small planchet clip (£150 - £300) 2787) Maundy Set 1760 ESC 2411, Bull 1774 EF to A/UNC (£380 - £420)

2780) Halfpenny 1861 appears to read HALP for HALF unlisted by Freeman or Peck, VG/NVG, Very rare (£110 - £140) 2781) 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 this data recorded at the time of LCGS Encapsulation, (the ticket no longer with the coin), the second finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,200 - £1,400)

2788) Maundy Set 1800 ESC 2421, Bull 2239 comprising Fourpence GVF toned, Threepence GVF/NEF, Twopence VF and Penny NEF with underlying tone (£100 - £150) 2789) Maundy Set 1800 ESC 2421, Bull 2239 EF to GEF with light haymarking, the Penny with a contact mark on the 1 (£150 - £250) 2790) Maundy Set 1831 Fourpence, Twopence and Penny with frosted portraits, Proofs from the set, the Threepence likely a standard issue with prooflike fields A/UNC to nFDC and attractively toned (£600 - £700)

2782) Maundy a 3-part set 1910 Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence GEF to UNC with matching tone, in the octagonal dated case (£120 - £140) 2783) Maundy Set 1676 ESC 2372, Bull 599, Fourpence with last 6 over 8 and unlisted VF, Threepence NEF/GVF, Twopence About EF, Penny NEF (£345 - £385)

2791) Maundy Set 1835 ESC 2442, Bull 2553 NEF to A/UNC (£100 - £200) 2792) Maundy Set 1841 ESC 2451, Bull 3484 the Penny with 1 over higher 1 and further to the right, VF to EF the Threepence cleaned (£100 - £200)

2784) Maundy Set 1698 ESC 2389, Bull 1305 comprising Fourpence 1698 MAG, Threepence 1698, Twopence 1698 ESC 2206, Bull 1321, Penny 1698 with 9 of date partly above the crown ESC 2309, Bull 1328 Good Fine to VF, comes with a red Spink Maundy box (£100 - £175)

2793) Maundy Set 1845 ESC 2455, Bull 3488 EF to UNC the Fourpence only lightly cleaned on the reverse (£200 - £300) 2794) Maundy Set 1845 ESC 2455, Bull 3488 EF to UNC, the Threepence possibly a currency issue (£200 - £300) 2795) Maundy Set 1847 ESC 2457, Bull 3490 NEF to GEF with a matching grey tone, Rare (£270 - £320)

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2796) Maundy Set 1851 ESC 2461, Bull 3494 EF to AU and lustrous, the Penny with some hairlines (£150 - £200)

2813) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1813 ESC 976, Bull 2119 EF toned with some scratches on the reverse (£100 - £120)

2797) Maundy Set 1852 ESC 2462, Bull 3495 the Fourpence, Twopence and Penny EF to A/UNC with matching tone, the Threepence with 5 over lower 5, possibly the rare currency issue, NEF with some hairlines, Rare (£200 - £400)

2814) Pennies (2) 1825 Peck 1420 EF with a slightly uneven, colourful tone, 1831 Peck 1455 GVF with some contact marks and an edge knock (£200 - £250)

2798) Maundy Set 1854 ESC 2465, Bull 3498 EF to A/UNC gold toning with touches of blue and magenta, a nicely matched set (£150 - £200)

2815) Pennies (2) 1826 Thin Line on Saltire, Reverse B, Peck 1425 the 6 appears overstruck possibly over a 1 or 2, VF or slightly better, 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G Near VF (£160 - £200)

2799) Maundy Set 1859 Twopence with BEITANNIAR ESC 2470, Bull 3504 EF to A/UNC (£100 - £150)

2816) Pennies (2) 1847 DEF Far Colon Peck 1493 NEF/GVF with an edge nick, the reverse cleaned, 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1516 NEF/GVF the reverse with some spots (£170 - £220)

2800) Maundy Set 1862 the Twopence with all obverse stops weak or missing, the Penny with all four digits of the date double struck as Bull 3510 A/UNC to UNC with an attractive and matching tone (£150 - £200)

2817) Pennies (2) 1856 Plain Trident Peck 1510 NVF with edge bumps and verdigris spots, Very Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 2/9/2007 Lot 1889, 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 VG Rare (£225 - £325)

2801) Maundy Set 1863 ESC 2474, Bull 3511 EF to UNC with matching tone, the Penny with an edge nick, comes with a contemporary brown undated Maundy case (£150 - £200) 2802) Maundy Set 1867 ESC 2478, Bull 3516 AU to UNC and lustrous, a nicely matched set (£150 - £250) 2803) Maundy Set 1869 ESC 2481, Bull 3521 GEF to A/UNC and with colourful and attractive toning (£150 - £200)

2818) Pennies (2) 1867 Freeman 53 dies 6+G NEF/GVF, 1868 Freeman 56 dies 6+G EF/NEF (£240 - £280) 2819) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 KP21 A/UNC with a gentle edge bruise, with a red tone and much overall eye appeal (£225 - £275) 2820) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 UNC with light cabinet friction and around 40% lustre, these extremely difficult to find in lustrous state (£400 - £500)

2804) Maundy Set 1871 ESC 2483, Bull 3523 NEF to GEF the Fourpence and Penny with some small traces of dirt in the legends (£100 £150) 2805) Maundy Set 1875 ESC 2488, Bull 3528 A/UNC to UNC with attractive and matching tone (£100 - £150) 2806) Maundy Set 1880 ESC 2494, Bull 3535 A/UNC to UNC the obverses with a colourful and attractive matching tone, the Penny with a small rim nick (£120 - £150) 2807) Maundy Set 1883 ESC 2497, Bull 3540 A/UNC to UNC and attractively toned (£120 - £150)

2821) Penny 1806 Copper Proof Peck 1327, KP31, Sharp UNC and retaining much original lustre, frosting and brilliance (£420 - £480)

2808) Maundy Set 1896 ESC 2511, Bull 3554 A/UNC to UNC with attractive matching tone (£120 - £150) 2809) Maundy Set 1904 ESC 2520, Bull 3610 UNC the Twopence with tiny rim nicks and a small tone spot, The Penny with two small tone lines, About UNC to UNC a nicely matched set, in a long red Maundy Money case (£160 - £200) 2810) Maundy Set 2011 aFDC staring to tone in a red presentation box (£200 - £250)

2822) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 GEF with some contact marks on the obverse (£250 - £300)

2811) One Hundred Pounds 2014 World War I - Lord Kitchener S.4905 Platinum Proof, in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, Rare with only 325 minted, lists in Spink at £3000 (£1,100 - £1,400)

2823) Penny 1831 Peck 1455 EF attractively toned with glossy surfaces, a pleasing tone and a trace of lustre (£150 - £250) 2824) Penny 1851 DEF Close Colon Peck 1499 AU/GEF the obverse with toning (£100 - £120) 2825) Penny 1851 DEF Far Colon Peck 1498 UNC or near so with traces of lustre and a few small spots (£110 - £140) 2826) Penny 1853 Plain Trident Peck 1504 EF/NEF and nicely toned, with some small edge nicks, the reverse with some scuffs, seldom seen in higher grades (£160 - £200)

2812) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 Bust type ESC 969, Bull 2112 EF with grey toning (£100 - £120)

2827) Penny 1853 Plain Trident Peck GEF with two small rim nicks and thin scratches, the scratches possibly on the blanks before striking, this type rare in high grade (£160 - £200)

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2828) Penny 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 Fine, the reverse slightly better, Rare (£110 - £150) 2829) Penny 1858 Large Rose, the last 8 in the date overstruck, the underlying digit unclear NVF/VF with some light surface residue, Halfpenny 1854 with inverted A for V in VICTORIA NVF with some hairline scratches on the reverse, both unlisted by Peck and both Very Rare (£150 - £200)

2837) Penny 1860 Toothed Border, N over sideways N in ONE, Gouby BP1860JA, Satin 11, UNC or near so and lustrous the obverse with some contact marks and thin scratches, the reverse with a striking flaw by the trident (£450 - £650)

2830) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6 dies 1+B, About EF the reverse with lustre and with some flan flaws (£150 - £200) 2831) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6 dies 1+B, EF/GEF with some lustre and some flan flaws (£175 - £225) 2832) Penny 1860 Beaded Border, Freeman 1, dies 1+A, GEF/EF with traces of lustre and some thin scratches on the obverse (£500 £600)

2833) Penny 1860 Beaded Border, Freeman 7, dies 1+C, VF/NEF, Rare (£400 - £500)

2838) Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G VF or slightly better, Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£325 - £450)

2839) Penny 1870 Freeman 60 dies 6+G A/UNC with traces of lustre and a few small tone spots (£100 - £120) 2840) Penny 1876H Narrow Date Freeman 89 dies 8+K UNC with even subdued lustre and excellent surfaces, the reverse with very light friction to the highest points (£300 - £350)

2834) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 13 dies 3+D UNC with around 75% lustre, the reverse with a small tone spot and minor friction, however a very pleasing example with much eye appeal (£200 - £250) 2835) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 15 dies 4+D, Lustrous UNC with some toning, the reverse showing signs of die clashing from the Queen’s dress in the exergue (£300 - £350)

2841) Penny 1880 Freeman 101 dies 9+L EF/NEF and lustrous (£120 £150) 2842) Penny 1884 Freeman 119 dies 12+N UNC/AU and lustrous with some contact marks (£100 - £120) 2843) Penny 1887 Freeman 125 dies 12+N UNC and lustrous with some spots (£100 - £140) 2844) Penny 1887 Freeman 125 dies 12+N UNC with practically full lustre the reverse with touches of mint bloom (£100 - £140)

2836) Penny 1860 Toothed Border, LCW below foot, Freeman 14 dies 3+E, the obverse lettering with many missing serifs, About Fine/ Fine with a heavy contact mark in the reverse field, Rare in all grades (£280 - £320)

2845) Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A, UNC the obverse with practically full mint lustre, the reverse with around 70% lustre (£160 - £240) 2846) Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A, UNC with practically full mint lustre, a small tone spot on the rim by GRA barely detracts (£260 - £300)

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2847) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A, UNC with around 25% lustre, nicely toned with some light contact marks (£110 - £130) 2848) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A, with some contact marks on the obverse, UNC with around 60%/80% lustre with some touches of mint bloom remaining (£150 - £200) 2849) Penny 1918H Freeman 183 dies 2+B UNC with around 25% lustre (£230 - £280)

2860) Shilling 1677 Second Bust, with D over misplaced D in DEI, the underlying D way to the right and touching the E, as ESC 1050, Bull 542, Fine with some light haymarking, unusual (£220 - £260) 2861) Shilling 1693 ESC 1076, Bull 868 No stop after REGINA, GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, William and Mary Shillings difficult to find in high grades (£1,600 - £2,000)

2850) Penny 1918H Freeman 183 dies 2+B UNC with around 60% lustre (£350 - £450)

2862) Shilling 1697 Third Bust ESC 1102, Bull 1128, EF with some haymarking, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£500 - £600)

2851) Penny 1918KN Freeman 184 dies 2+B Toned EF with some light contact marks (£150 - £200) 2852) Penny 1919KN Freeman 187 dies 2+B UNC with around 50% lustre, the obverse with minor cabinet friction and light contact marks, we note that many of the high grade example of this coin show up toned, with lustrous examples truly rare and desirable (£750 - £1,500)

2863) Shilling 1708 Roses and Plumes, Third Bust ESC 1149, Bull 1401 Fine the reverse with slight adjustment lines, Very Rare rated R2 by ESC and Bull (£110 - £150) 2864) Shilling 1709 E* ESC 1152, Bull 1444, no stops after REG, MAG and FR, Reversed Z-type 1 and narrow 0 in date, (see illustration in Bull page 199), die axis upright, Fine with some surface marks, the * after the E bold and clear, Rare (£150 - £250) 2865) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154, Bull 1402, EF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£450 - £550)

2853) Penny 1926 Modified Effigy Freeman 195 dies 4+B, GVF/VF Rare in all grades above Fine (£200 - £250) 2854) Penny 1928 as Freeman 199 dies 5+C with die axis inverted, Fine, unusual (£100 - £150) 2855) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 Good Fine with touches of light tone (£100 - £150) 2856) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 GVF (£300 - £450)

2857) Quarter Guinea 1762 S.3741 Choice Brilliant UNC, an exceptional example, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£2,200 - £2,800)

2866) Shilling 1716 Roses and Plumes ESC 1163 NVF with even grey toning, Very Rare, we note that this is only the third example we have offered in 16 years, the finest being a VF example offered way back in London Coins Auction A129 7/6/2010 and realised £950 hemmer price in VF (£600 - £700)

2867) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165, Bull 1566 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£700 - £800)

2858) Quarter Sovereign 2011 Proof S.SA1 FDC uncased (£100 - £150) 2859) Shilling 1663 First Bust variety ESC 1025, Bull 506 About VF with grey tone and some contact marks (£100 - £150)

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2868) Shilling 1723 SSC French Arms at date ESC 1177, Bull 1589 GVF/ VF with old cabinet toning, Rare and very seldom seen in grades above Fine (£200 - £250)

2869) Shilling 1728 Plain in angles ESC 1191, Bull 1698 VF/Near VF the reverse with some light haymarking (£150 - £200) 2870) Shilling 1743 Roses ESC 1203, Bull 1720 EF/GEF with some light scattered haymarking and an attractive colourful tone (£375 £450)

2871) Shilling 1743 Roses ESC 1203, Bull 1720 GVF with old grey tone (£110 - £140) 2872) Shilling 1750 Thin 0 in date, ESC 1210, Bull 1729 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£300 - £350)

2873) Shilling 1827 ESC 1259, Bull 2412 EF with a striking flaw on the truncation, Rare (£280 - £320) 2874) Shilling 1834 ESC 1268 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£150 - £200)

2877) Shilling 1855 ESC 1303, Bull 3006, UNC with original mint lustre and a hint of golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the second finest of only 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£400 - £500)

2878) Shilling 1865 ESC 1313, Bull 3025 Die Number 70, A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some light hairlines (£250 - £300) 2879) Shilling 1872 ESC 1324, Bull 3042 Die Number 116 UNC with minor contact marks, retaining some original mint lustre (£135 - £165) 2880) Shilling 1893 Small Obverse Letters ESC 1361, Davies 1010 dies 1A, Choice and lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 53 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. Cataloguer’s Note: There have been over 40,000 coins graded since this coin was submitted and the grade has yet to be beaten. There have been a further 23 1893 currency Shillings graded of Davies 1011 (dies 2A) with only one grade 88 coin recorded, so only two examples have been recorded in grade 88 of a total of 76 currency Shillings for this date (£150 - £200) 2881) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414, Bull 3591 VF/GVF or better, the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse bold and with excellent eye appeal, the key date in the series (£200 - £400)

2882) Shillings (2) 1743 Roses ESC 1203, Bull 1720 VF the reverse colourfully toned, 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 GVF with a pleasing subtle old tone (£100 - £120) 2883) Shillings (2) 1743 Roses ESC 1203, Bull 1720 VF/NVF and nicely toned, 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 NEF with some haymarking (£110 - £150) 2884) Sixpence 1677 ESC 1516, Bull 571 GEF with an attractive underlying tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£800 - £900)

2875) Shilling 1838 ESC 1278, Bull 2973 AU/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with touches of golden tone (£260 - £320)

2885) Sixpence 1678 8 over 7 with G over lower G in MAG, ESC 1516, Bull 571, NEF/GVF with touches of gold toning (£240 - £280)

2876) Shilling 1838 First Young Head ESC 1278, Bull 2973 EF with grey and gold tone (£150 - £200)

2886) Sixpence 1680 ESC 1519, Bull 576 VF/Near VF, Rare, rated R2 by ESC, we note we have only offered two previous examples in 16 years (£380 - £450)

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2887) Sixpence 1693 ESC 1529, Bull 869 NVF (£150 - £200) 2888) Sixpence 1696N First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1538 EF with haymarking, slabbed and graded CGS 70, the finest of only two examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report (£180 - £220)

2897) Sixpence 1821 ESC 1654, Bull 2421 EF/GEF with an attractive and colourful underlying tone (£135 - £165) 2898) Sixpence 1824 ESC 1657, Bull 2425, UNC and choice with an attractive golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£350 - £450)

2889) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp Large Crowns, ESC 1566, Bull 1233, About UNC with minor cabinet friction and light haymarking, an extremely attractive example with much eye appeal (£100 - £150) 2890) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns, ESC 1566, Bull 1233 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£250 - £300)

2891) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns, GVLIEIMVS error ESC 1566C, Bull 1237, rated R4 by Bull, Lustrous UNC with minor flecks of haymarking, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£300 - £350)

2892) Sixpence 1697N First Bust GVLIEMVS error, ESC 1561A, Bull 1293 Fine/About Fine with some old scratches, Excessively Rare, rated R5 by Bull (5-10 examples believed to exist) only the second example, and the finest we have offered in 15 years (£120 - £150) 2893) Sixpence 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, ESC 1587, Bull 1454, EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS EF 60, the finest known of only 2 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £350)

2899) Sixpence 1826 Milled Edge Proof ESC 1663, Bull 2435 nFDC with minor friction, a deep golden tone and retaining much original brilliance (£250 - £500)

2900) Sixpence 1841 ESC 1687, Bull 3174 UNC, choice and lustrous with original golden toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1407 (£450 - £550)

2901) Sixpence 1865 ESC 1714, Bull 3212 Die Number 17, AU/UNC and lustrous with a small tone spot on either side (£170 - £220) 2902) Sixpence 1886 ESC 1748, Bull 3260 UNC and choice with gold and magenta toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Ex-NGC MS65, this data recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin, the second finest of 21 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£250 - £300) 2903) Sixpences (2) 1821 ESC 1654, Bull 2421 GEF and lustrous, 1827 ESC 1664, Bull 2437 VF for wear with some old scratches and tone spots (£240 - £280)

2894) Sixpence 1723 SSC Small Obverse Letters ESC 1600, Bull 1612 GEF and choice, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £250) 2895) Sixpence 1741 Roses ESC 1613, Bull 1751 GEF and choice with blue, gold and magenta toning (£350 - £450)

2904) Sixpences (2) 1835 ESC 1676, Bull 2508 NEF/GVF with grey tone, 1844 Large 44 in date ESC 1690, NVF once cleaned (£150 - £175) 2905) Sixpences (4) 1883 ESC 1744, Bull 3255 UNC with hints of golden tone, 1887 Young Head ESC 1750, Bull 3262 About UNC and lustrous, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type 1752, Bull 3264 EF with small tone spots, 1893 Veiled Head ESC 1762, Bull 3285 EF (£100 - £150) 2906) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 NEF with some contact marks (£2,500 - £3,000)

2896) Sixpence 1750 ESC 1620, Bull 1760, UNC or very near so and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£300 - £350)

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2907) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG/Fine with an edge nick (£375 - £550)

2908) Sovereign 1818 Marsh 2A Ascending colon after BRITANNIAR, clear space between REX and F:D: About Fine/Fine (£1,600 £2,000)

2909) Sovereign 1818 Marsh 2A Ascending colon after BRITANNIAR, clear space between REX and F:D: About Fine/Fine or better (£1,300 - £1,600)

2910) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2, Marsh 4, in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£1,700 - £2,200)

2914) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 Fine, the reverse slightly better (£375 £525)

2915) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 GVF/NEF a very pleasing example for the grade (£1,300 - £1,600)

2916) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 NEF (£1,250 - £1,500)

2917) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 VF or better with some contact marks (£950 - £1,150)

2918) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 About Fine (£350 - £500) 2911) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4 EF/GEF the obverse with some hairlines (£2,000 - £2,500)

2919) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 GVF/VF (£1,100 - £1,400) 2912) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4 GVF, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£1,200 - £1,500)

2920) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 NEF with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£1,000 - £1,200) 2913) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 A/UNC and lustrous with some hairlines, prooflike surfaces the bust lightly frosted and seldom seen thus (£2,750 - £3,250)

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2921) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 VF or slightly better (£700 - £900)

2929) Sovereign 1825 Laureate head, Marsh 9, GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 (£5,200 - £6,500)

2922) Sovereign 1823 Marsh 7 Near Fine, a rare date (£1,750 - £2,250)

2923) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 GVF with some contact marks and heavier edge knocks (£700 - £800)

2924) Sovereign 1824 Marsh 8 GVF with some thin scratches (£950 £1,150)

2925) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 VG (£500 - £600)

2926) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 VG Ex-Jewellery with a loop mount attached (£280 - £360) 2927) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head, Marsh 10, NEF with some light rubbing on the portrait, nevertheless still attractive and with considerable eye appeal (£1,500 - £1,750) 2930) Sovereign 1825 Laureate head, Marsh 9, Near VF, Very Rare, rated R3 by Marsh (£1,800 - £2,200)

2928) Sovereign 1825 Laureate Head, Marsh 9 Fine, Very Rare, rated R3 by Marsh (£1,500 - £2,000) 2931) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 NEF lightly rubbed on the portrait, viewing recommended (£1,400 - £1,600)

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2932) Sovereign 1827 Marsh 12 GVF (£1,250 - £1,500)

2939) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to letter I next to last N in BRITANNIAR Marsh 17, UNC or very near so, a most attractive example (£2,000 - £2,500)

2933) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 NEF with some contact marks on the obverse (£1,300 - £1,500) 2940) Sovereign 1833 Marsh 18 About EF/EF, a very pleasing example (£1,200 - £1,500)

2934) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 EF the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse with lustre (£1,300 - £1,600) 2941) Sovereign 1836 Marsh 20 GVF/NEF (£1,250 - £1,500)

2935) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£850 - £950)

2936) Sovereign 1831 W.W. incuse with stops, Marsh 16, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£3,500 - £4,000)

2937) Sovereign 1832 First Bust Marsh 17A Nose points to the second N in BRITANNIAR, Fine, the obverse with some surface marks, nevertheless very rare, and surely rarer than the ‘Scarce’ rating given by Marsh, as this type occurs far less frequently than the Second Bust coin which is stated to have the same rarity (£900 - £1,200)

2942) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 GVF/About EF (£1,000 - £1,200)

2943) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21, in a PCGS holder and graded AU53 (£1,400 - £1,700)

2944) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 Good Fine/VF Rare (£1,900 - £2,200)

2945) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£2,400 - £2,800) 2938) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to letter I next to last N in BRITANNIAR Marsh 17, in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£1,300 - £1,600)

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2946) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23 VF the reverse slightly better, very rare in all grades (£2,750 - £3,500)

2947) Sovereign 1839 Plain Edge Proof, Die Axis upright, this being the type originally in the 1839 Proof sets. S.3852, Wilson and Rasmussen 302, 7.69 grammes, UNC with some minor scuffs and hairlines and small rim nicks, nevertheless retaining much mint brilliance and eye appeal, an extremely rare issue and seldom offered, indeed we note we not offered this type since 2004. Many different weights have been recorded on this type, ranging from 7.69 grammes to 7.89 grammes (£10,000 - £12,000)

2948) Sovereign 1842 Closed 2 Marsh 25 NGC AU53 (£350 - £600)

2949) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 GVF, the reverse slightly better, with some contact marks (£400 - £500) 2950) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 in an NGC holder and graded XF40 (£400 - £600) 2951) Sovereign 1842 Open 2 in date, also with lower right serif of the 1 missing, unlisted by Marsh, listed by Spink under S.3852 Fine/ Good Fine, Rare (£350 - £450)

2952) Sovereign 1843 as Marsh 26 but Second I in BRITANNIARUM with no top left serif, appearing as a reversed 1 Fine with some surface marks and edge nicks (£250 - £300) 2953) Sovereign 1843 as Marsh 26 but Second I in BRITANNIARUM with no top left serif, appearing as a reversed 1 VF/GVF (£350 - £400) 2954) Sovereign 1844 as Marsh 27 but Second I in BRITANNIARUM with no top left serif, appearing as a reversed 1 About VF (£250 - £400) 2955) Sovereign 1844 as Marsh 27 but Second I in BRITANNIARUM with no top left serif, appearing as a reversed 1 NVF (£250 - £400) 2956) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£500 - £900)

2957) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£500 - £900) 2958) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 NGC AU58 desirable thus, a PCGS graded AU58 example realised £750 in our September 2017 auction (£500 - £900)

2959) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 NGC MS61 rare thus we note we have only seen an example in this grade once before LCA 151 lot 3065 (Dec 2015) which realised £800 and is the highest graded example of this type we have seen (£600 - £1,000)

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2960) Sovereign 1847 as Marsh 30, all four digits of the date double struck, GVF/NEF (£400 - £500)

2961) Sovereign 1848 Larger Head, Marsh 31, S.3852C, NEF (£450 £550)

2971) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised on truncation, S.3852C Good Fine (£280 - £360) 2972) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£400 - £600)

2973) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C NEF the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse with some lustre (£320 - £360) 2974) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised, the date figures with 8 over lower 8, the underlying 8 broken at it’s base, the 1 and 5 also with traces of double striking under magnification Marsh 36, S.3852C, NEF/ EF with small edge nicks, we note there was no similar type in the extensive Bentley collection (£225 - £350)

2962) Sovereign 1848 Second, Larger head S.3852C in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£400 - £600)

2975) Sovereign 1854 WW Incuse S.3852D in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£320 - £380)

2963) Sovereign 1849 Marsh 32 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£400 - £600)

2976) Sovereign 1854 WW incuse, S.3852D GVF the obverse with some contact marks (£320 - £360)

2964) Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 EF and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£550 - £650)

2977) Sovereign 1855 WW incuse, S.3852D EF (£350 - £400) 2978) Sovereign 1856 GVF/NEF with some hairlines, the reverse retaining some mint lustre (£350 - £400) 2979) Sovereign 1856 Large Date Marsh 39, S.3852D, in an NGC holder and graded MS61 (£450 - £550)

2965) Sovereign 1850 Roman 1 in date, unlisted by Marsh, S.3852C Fine/Good Fine (£500 - £600)

2980) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39 EF and lustrous, the obverse with a thin scratch and some edge nicks, come in a presentation box (£250 - £400)

2966) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 GVF (£250 - £350)

2981) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£360 - £420)

2967) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 GVF/NEF (£350 - £400) 2968) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£400 - £600) 2969) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 EF the reverse better (£400 - £500) 2982) Sovereign 1858 Marsh 41 VF/EF (£350 - £400) 2983) Sovereign 1859 Marsh 42 NEF the obverse with some contact marks (£350 - £400) 2984) Sovereign 1860 Marsh 43 Bright NEF (£350 - £400) 2970) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 NGC MS61 desirable thus (£400 - £700)

2985) Sovereign 1860 Marsh 43 EF with some subdued lustre (£500 £600)

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2986) Sovereign 1861 8 in date inverted (lower loop smaller than the top loop) S.3852D, the date similar to Bentley Lot 86, without the over punched E in DEI, so clearly more than one obverse die had this date error , in an NGC holder and graded XF45, the error not stated on the holder (£320 - £380)

3004) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Small B.P. Marsh 84, S.3856A, Lustrous GEF/AU and with much eye appeal (£400 £500)

2987) Sovereign 1861 Marsh 44 GVF in a modern Royal Mint box (£250 - £350) 2988) Sovereign 1861 Marsh 44 NEF/EF (£320 - £360) 2989) Sovereign 1861 T over V in VICTORIA S.3852D in an NGC holder and graded AU50, the variety not stated on the holder (£340 £450) 2990) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date, R over E in BRITANNIARUM, as S.3852D Near EF/EF, lists at £1650 VF in Spink, unpriced in higher grades (£700 - £800)

3005) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 55, Die Number 29, EF and lustrous with very small rim nicks (£380 - £420) 3006) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 55, Die Number 48 VF with some edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3007) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 55, Die Number 50 GEF, with some light surface residue and a little toning by REGINA (£300 - £400) 3008) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW incuse S.3855A NVF/GVF (£200 - £300)

2991) Sovereign 1863 Die Number 21, S.3853 Ex-Douro cargo, in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£280 - £320) 2992) Sovereign 1863 No Die Number S.3852D Ex-Douro cargo, all the date figures double-struck, with the 6 being an open 6 struck over a closed 6, in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£280 - £320) 2993) Sovereign 1863 No Die Number S.3852D, Open 6 in date, in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£240 - £280) 2994) Sovereign 1864 as Marsh 49, with VICTORIA slightly double struck, Die Number 78, Ex-Douro cargo, in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£280 - £320) 2995) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49, Die Number 4 NVF (£250 - £300) 2996) Sovereign 1865 Marsh 50, Die Number 40, Ex-Douro cargo, in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£320 - £380) 2997) Sovereign 1866 Marsh 51 Die Number 70 EF (£320 - £360) 2998) Sovereign 1866 Marsh 51, Die Number 54, in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£240 - £280)

3009) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW incuse, S.3855A EF/AU and lustrous (£320 - £360) 3010) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW Raised, S.3855 NEF/EF (£330 - £370) 3011) Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon Marsh 85 GEF/UNC with some nicks on the portrait (£330 - £370) 3012) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse Marsh 56, Die Number 57 Fine/ Good Fine (£250 - £300) 3013) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, Die Number 90, Marsh 56 GEF/ AU (£350 - £400) 3014) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, Marsh 47, No Die Number, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£400 - £600) 3015) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, No Die Number, Marsh 47 EF/AU and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£320 - £360) 3016) Sovereign 1872M George and the Dragon S.3857, Marsh 94 NEF and scarce in high grade (£400 - £500)

2999) Sovereign 1868 Marsh 52 Die Number 17 GVF/NEF (£320 - £360) 3000) Sovereign 1868 Marsh 52, Die Number 35 About VF with some surface marks (£250 - £300) 3001) Sovereign 1870 Marsh 54 Die Number 89 Near EF with some rim nicks (£300 - £350)

3017) Sovereign 1872M Shield Reverse, Marsh 59 EF with some contact marks and some die clashing, scarce in high grade (£500 - £600)

3002) Sovereign 1870 WW Raised on truncation, Die Number 80, S.3853B NVF (£280 - £360) 3003) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, Small B.P. in exergue S.3856A GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£200 - £300) 3018) Sovereign 1872S Shield Marsh 70, Reverse GVF/EF the reverse with good lustre (£320 - £360) 3019) Sovereign 1873M George and the Dragon Marsh 95 NEF/EF (£280 - £320)

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3020) Sovereign 1874M George and the Dragon Marsh 96 EF with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£300 - £350)

3041) Sovereign 1881S No B.P. WW buried in truncation, Marsh 118B, S.3858B, Good Fine (£200 - £300)

3021) Sovereign 1874M Shield Reverse Marsh 60, S.3854, GVF/NEF (£225 - £350)

3042) Sovereign 1882M Shield Reverse Marsh 63 GVF/EF with some contact marks (£330 - £370)

3022) Sovereign 1874M Shield Reverse Marsh 60, S.3854, NEF/EF (£300 - £400)

3043) Sovereign 1882S George and the Dragon, B.P in exergue, S.3858E EF retaining some lustre (£380 - £420)

3023) Sovereign 1874S George and the Dragon Marsh 113, S.3858A, EF (£280 - £370)

3044) Sovereign 1882S Shield Reverse Marsh 78 Near EF/GEF (£350 £400)

3024) Sovereign 1874S George and the Dragon Marsh 113, S.3858A, GVF/NEF (£225 - £325)

3045) Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon Marsh 105, S.3857C WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail NEF (£200 £300)

3025) Sovereign 1875M George and the Dragon Marsh 97 About EF (£280 - £320) 3026) Sovereign 1876S George and the Dragon Marsh 115 GEF/AU and lustrous with some contact marks (£320 - £360) 3027) Sovereign 1877M George and the Dragon Marsh 99, Lustrous A/ UNC with minor cabinet friction and some contact marks (£400 - £500)

3028) Sovereign 1877S Shield Reverse Marsh 73 GEF/AU and lustrous with some contact marks and edge nicks (£330 - £370) 3029) Sovereign 1878M George and the Dragon, Marsh 100 NVF (£280 - £360) 3030) Sovereign 1878S Shield Reverse Marsh 74 GEF/UNC and lustrous (£320 - £360) 3031) Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon Marsh 101 GVF/NEF with some edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3032) Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon, WW buried in truncation, horse with medium tail, S.3857D GEF (£320 - £360) 3033) Sovereign 1879S George and the Dragon Marsh 75 GVF/NEF (£280 - £320) 3034) Sovereign 1879S Shield Reverse, the S mintmark with traces of being overstruck, the underlying S visible below and of a thin form, type as Marsh 75, About EF/Good EF (£320 - £360)

3046) Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon, WW buried in truncation, S.3857B, UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and rim nicks (£280 - £320) 3047) Sovereign 1883S Shield Marsh 79, GEF/UNC, the obverse with some contact marks (£400 - £500)

3048) Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse Marsh 65 GEF/AU and lustrous with some edge nicks (£400 - £450) 3049) Sovereign 1884S George and the Dragon Marsh 121 AU/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£280 - £320) 3050) Sovereign 1884S Shield Marsh 80 NEF/EF (£320 - £360) 3051) Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon, W.W complete on truncation, B.P. in exergue, horse with short tail S.3857C VF with some surface marks and edge nicks (£280 - £360) 3052) Sovereign 1885M Shield Reverse Marsh 66 GEF/AU and lustrous with some contact marks (£350 - £400) 3053) Sovereign 1885S Shield Reverse Marsh 81 AU/UNC and lustrous (£360 - £420) 3054) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon only the B of the B.P. is visible UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and rim nicks (£300 - £350)

3035) Sovereign 1880 second 8 over 7, Horse with long tail, WW complete on truncation, S.3856D Near EF (£350 - £400) 3036) Sovereign 1880M Marsh 61 AU/UNC with some contact marks (£280 - £320) 3037) Sovereign 1880S Shield Reverse S.3855, Marsh 76 Good Fine (£280 - £360) 3038) Sovereign 1880S Shield Reverse S.3855, Marsh 76, GVF/NEF with small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3039) Sovereign 1880S Shield Reverse, Marsh 76 NEF/GEF and lustrous (£380 - £420) 3040) Sovereign 1881S Shield Reverse, Second 8 struck over a higher 8 type as Marsh 77 GEF/AU (£350 - £400)

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3055) Sovereign 1886M Shield Reverse Marsh 67, signs of very light rubbing on the Queen’s cheek, rated R3 by Marsh, EF/AU and lustrous, we note this piece now lists at £15,000 UNC in Spink (£4,800 - £5,500)

3058) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Obverse 1, G: of D:G: further from crown, Small spread J.E.B, initials placed higher on truncation, S.3866A, DISH L1 GEF/AU and lustrous (£600 - £700)

3059) Sovereign 1887S Jubilee Head Obverse 1, G: of D:G: further from crown S.3868A GVF/NEF and lustrous, Rare (£400 - £500)

3060) Sovereign 1887S Young Head, George and the Dragon, Marsh 124 EF (£280 - £320) 3061) Sovereign 1887S Young Head, Shield Reverse Marsh 83, EF and lustrous, the obverse with some thin scratches (£200 - £300) 3062) Sovereign 1887S Young Head, Shield Reverse, Marsh 83, UNC and lustrous (£600 - £700)

3063) Sovereign 1888M Obverse 1, G: of D:G: further from crown S.3867A, DISH M9, GVF/EF with some contact marks, Rare, especially so in higher grades (£350 - £400) 3064) Sovereign 1888S Obverse 1, G: of D:G: further from crown S.3868, DISH S9 VF/NEF with some small rim nicks (£350 - £400) 3065) Sovereign 1889M Obverse 1, G: of D:G: further from crown S.3867A, DISH M11, VF/GVF with a small dig on the reverse (£300 - £350) 3066) Sovereign 1889S Obverse 2, G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3868B, DISH S12 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£350 - £400) 3067) Sovereign 1890 D: of F:D: closer to crown S.3866B, DISH L13 Fine (£200 - £300) 3068) Sovereign 1892M S.3867C, DISH M17, About Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275) 3056) Sovereign 1886S Shield Reverse Marsh 82 AU/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£340 - £380)

3069) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Proof S.3874 in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 (£4,000 - £5,000)

3057) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Obverse 1, G: of D:G: further from crown S.3866, DISH L7, A/UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, a very pleasing example with much eye appeal (£450 £550)

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3070) Sovereign 1893M Jubilee Head Marsh 137, S.3867C, GEF/UNC and lustrous, the reverse particularly attractive (£350 - £400)

3089) Sovereign 1905 Marsh 177 Fine/Good Fine in a presentation box with certificate of authenticity (£200 - £300) 3090) Sovereign 1905M Marsh 189 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£260 - £320) 3091) Sovereign 1905S Marsh 207 UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£250 - £350)

3071) Sovereign 1893M S.3867C, DISH M18, Fine/Good Fine (£200 £275) 3072) Sovereign 1893S Veiled Head Marsh 162 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks (£320 - £360) 3073) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155, GEF/AU and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£350 - £400)

3092) Sovereign 1907P Marsh 200 EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£200 - £300)

3074) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 AU/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£320 - £360)

3093) Sovereign 1907S Marsh 209 NEF/EF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300)

3075) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 GEF/AU and lustrous with some contact marks (£320 - £360)

3094) Sovereign 1908P Marsh 201 EF (£200 - £300)

3076) Sovereign 1897S Marsh 166 UNC or very near so and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£350 - £400) 3077) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 AU/UNC and lustrous (£350 - £400) 3078) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 Lustrous UNC, the obverse with some contact marks (£350 - £400)

3095) Sovereign 1908S Marsh 210 NEF and lustrous with some contact marks and edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3096) Sovereign 1909 Marsh 181 Fine (£200 - £300) 3097) Sovereign 1909C Marsh 184, EF or near so with some lustre, and some small edge nicks, Very Rare, rated R2 by Marsh with a mintage of just 16,300 pieces (£900 - £1,200)

3079) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 EF and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£260 - £320) 3080) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 Fine/NVF (£200 - £300) 3081) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 Good Fine/VF (£200 - £300) 3082) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 Near Fine/Fine (£200 - £300) 3083) Sovereign 1900P Marsh 172 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 3084) Sovereign 1901M Marsh 161 EF/AU (£300 - £350) 3085) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 (£800 - £1,000)

3098) Sovereign 1909M Marsh 193 NEF with a small x scratched in the field on both sides (£200 - £300) 3099) Sovereign 1910M Marsh 194 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£260 - £320) 3100) Sovereign 1910S Marsh 212 EF and lustrous with some edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3101) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 EF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3102) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63+ CAM (£1,500 - £2,000)

3086) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 nFDC with minor hairlines (£700 - £1,000)

3103) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 in an NGC holder and graded PF64+ Cameo (£1,750 - £2,250)

3087) Sovereign 1903 Marsh 175 EF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£200 - £300) 3088) Sovereign 1903M Marsh 187 NVF (£200 - £300)

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3104) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks, retaining considerable mint brilliance (£550 - £650)

3123) Sovereign 1920M UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, Very Rare especially in this high grade, rated R2 by Marsh (£4,500 - £5,500)

3105) Sovereign 1911C Marsh 221 A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£320 - £360)

3106) Sovereign 1911S Marsh 271 AU/GEF with some light contact marks (£200 - £300) 3107) Sovereign 1911S Marsh 271 GEF (£200 - £300) 3108) Sovereign 1912P Marsh 251 EF (£200 - £300) 3109) Sovereign 1912S Marsh 272 GEF (£200 - £300) 3110) Sovereign 1913M A/UNC and lustrous, unusually struck on a wavy flan, the flan bent around the GEOR of GEORGIVS (£250 - £300) 3111) Sovereign 1913P Marsh 252 EF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 3112) Sovereign 1913P Marsh 252 GEF/AU the obverse with some minor contact marks (£200 - £300) 3113) Sovereign 1913S Marsh 273 GEF/AU with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 3114) Sovereign 1914 Marsh 216 EF with a small edge nick, Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 NEF/GVF (£300 - £400) 3115) Sovereign 1914C Marsh 223 EF, Very Rare rated R3 by Marsh and with a mintage of just 14,900 pieces (£800 - £1,000)

3116) Sovereign 1914P Marsh 253, EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£260 - £320) 3117) Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 GVF/NEF with small edge nicks (£200 - £300)

3124) Sovereign 1921S Marsh 281 EF with a series of fine scratches on the portrait, Very rare and rated R3 by Marsh, only the third example we have offered in 16 years (£1,400 - £1,800)

3118) Sovereign 1917M Marsh 235 NEF with some small edge nicks (£200 - £350) 3119) Sovereign 1917S Marsh 277 NEF (£200 - £300) 3120) Sovereign 1918C Marsh 226, A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£280 - £320) 3121) Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 GEF with some contact marks on the obverse (£200 - £300) 3122) Sovereign 1918S Marsh 278 AU/UNC and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300)

3125) Sovereign 1922P Marsh 261 EF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 3126) Sovereign 1922P Marsh 261 NEF/EF the obverse with some light scuffing (£200 - £300)

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3127) Sovereign 1923S Marsh 283, McDonald 273, EF with very minor contact marks and small rim nicks, a high grade example of this key date rarity, and seldom offered, rated R4 by Marsh and with a mintage figure of just 416,000 (£5,000 - £10,000)

3129) Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284, in an NGC holder and graded MS61, rated R3 by Marsh, and especially rare in this high grade (£1,600 - £2,000)

3130) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 A/UNC (£200 - £300) 3131) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£260 - £320) 3132) Sovereign 1926P Marsh 265 GEF/AU and lustrous, Rare (£875 £975)

3133) Sovereign 1926SA Marsh 290 A/UNC with minor contact marks (£200 - £300) 3134) Sovereign 1927SA Marsh 291 NEF with some rim nicks (£200 £300) 3135) Sovereign 1929M Marsh 247 GEF/AU the obverse with a heavier contact mark in the field, rated R3 by Marsh and of comparable quality to the Ex-Park House Collection example, which later sold in London Coins Auction A154 September 2016 for £2000 hammer price (£1,500 - £2,000)

3136) Sovereign 1930SA Marsh 294 A/UNC and lustrous (£200 - £300) 3137) Sovereign 1931SA Marsh 295 GEF (£200 - £300) 3138) Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 FDC or very near so, with very few minor hairlines, a superior example (£3,000 - £3,500)

3128) Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks on the obverse, rated R3 by Marsh, and especially rare in this high grade (£1,400 - £1,800)

3139) Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 (£3,400 - £3,800)

3140) Sovereign 1959 Marsh 299 UNC with subdued lustre (£200 - £300)

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3141) Sovereign 1962 Marsh 300 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks, comes with old Seaby coin envelope (£200 - £300)

3157) Third Guinea 1804 S.3740 Near EF (£420 - £480)

3142) Sovereign 1963 Marsh 301 Lustrous UNC with some light toning, comes with old Seaby ticket for 85 Shillings (£200 - £300) 3143) Sovereign 1964 Marsh 302 Lustrous UNC with some light toning, comes with old Seaby Ticket for 85 Shillings (£200 - £300) 3144) Sovereign 1964 Marsh 302 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks, comes with old Seaby ticket for 85 Shillings (£200 - £300) 3145) Sovereign 1964 Marsh 302 UNC or near so and lustrous with a small edge nick, comes with an old Seaby ticket for 85 Shillings (£200 - £300)

3158) Third Guinea 1806 S.3740 NEF/GVF with some contact marks (£200 - £250) 3159) Third Guinea 1806 S.3740 UNC and brilliant, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£700 - £900)

3146) Sovereign 1964 Marsh 302 UNC or near so and lustrous, comes with old Seaby coin envelope (£200 - £300) 3147) Sovereign 1965 Marsh 303 UNC (£200 - £300) 3148) Sovereign 1966 Marsh 304 UNC and lustrous with some toning, comes with an old Seaby ticket for 85 Shillings (£200 - £300) 3149) Sovereign 1976 Marsh 308 Lustrous UNC (£200 - £300) 3150) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SC3 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £750)

3160) Third Guinea 1808 S.3740 EF or near so with a few scattered haymarks (£125 - £225) 3161) Three Shilling Bank Token 1814 ESC 422, Bull 2083 UNC with a subtle golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£220 - £260) 3162) Threehalfpences (2) 1838 ESC 2254, Bull 3461, A/UNC toned with some light surface residue in the legends, 1841 as ESC 2257, Bull 3466 with last 1 lower and tilted to the right, UNC or near so and nicely toned (£100 - £120) 3163) Threepence 1848 ESC 2056A, Bull 3375 EF, a little weakly struck above the Queen’s ear as often, a very rare date and seldom offered, especially in high grade (£400 - £500)

3151) Sovereign 2014 the error mule, the reverse highly frosted and resembling a Proof strike, paired with a currency obverse, UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder, slabbed and graded LCGS 92, comes with the original Royal Mint box with certificate (£800 £1,000)

3164) Trade Dollar 1912B KM#T5 Lustrous UNC, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£350 - £450)

3152) Sovereign 2017 200th Anniversary of the re-introduction of the Gold Sovereign, with 200 privy mark on the reverse S.SC10A UNC and lustrous (£200 - £300) 3153) Sovereigns (2) 1898M Marsh 158 NEF, 1967 Marsh 305 A/UNC and lustrous (£400 - £600) 3154) Sovereigns (2) 1914 Marsh 216 VF/GVF, 1918I Marsh 228 VF with a scratch on the King’s neck, comes with two small presentation boxes (£400 - £600) 3155) Third Guinea 1803 S.3739 GEF and lustrous with some small flecks of darker tone (£500 - £600)

3165) Trade Dollar 1930B KM#T5 UNC and deeply toned, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£250 - £350)

3156) Third Guinea 1804 S.3740 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£550 - £650)

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3166) Trade Dollars (2) 1909 KM#T5 NEF, 1929B KM#T5 NEF toned with some small rim nicks (£100 - £150)

3169) Two Guineas 1717 S.3627 NGC XF40 and an extremely difficult date to find (£6,000 - £9,000)

3167) Trade Dollars (2) 1911B KM#T5 NEF/EF, 1930 KM#T5 NEF (£100 - £120) 3168) Two Guineas 1681 S.3335 F over E in ET some light scratches between the T and I of GRATIA, the rim with a small graze at 11 o’clock, GVF/VF and a pleasing example with plenty of eye appeal (£4,500 - £5,500)

3170) Two Guineas 1735 S.3667A GF/NVF a pleasing and collectable example for the grade, a key date rarity, only the second example we have offered in 16 years, so perhaps rarer than catalogue values would suggest (£2,000 - £5,000)

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3171) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£400 - £500) 3172) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£900 - £1,500)

3173) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 NVF Ex-Jewellery with signs of edge repair on ANNO (£550 - £750)

3174) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 UNC or near so with prooflike fields, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£3,000 - £3,500)

3178) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 the B of BRITT close to the crown, Bright GVF the obverse with some old scratches (£550 - £750)

3179) Two Pounds 1893 S.3873 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£1,800 - £2,200)

3180) Two Pounds 1893 S.3873 VG/Near Fine, with 9 carat gold loop mount attached (£550 - £700) 3181) Two Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3968 nFDC, a very pleasing example (£1,300 - £1,500)

3175) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 VF ex-jewellery, the mount having been expertly removed from the top edge of the coin leaving no damage to the raised rim (£800 - £900)

3182) Two Pounds 1902 S.3967 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction and contact marks (£1,300 - £1,500)

3176) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 AU/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£800 - £1,000)

3183) Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 Cameo (£2,000 - £3,000)

3177) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 GVF or slightly better with some contact marks and an edge nick (£600 - £1,000)

3184) Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 a choice example (£3,750 - £4,500)

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3185) Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, retaining some original mint brilliance (£3,000 £3,500)

3194) A collection in an album, £2 Britannias (9), China Junk Dollar, others range from George V British silver to recent issues including g silver some in high grades (lot) (£200 - £300) 3195) A collection in Lindner trays Halfcrowns to Farthings (449) mostly 1910-1967 with some 19th Century pieces, many in date runs includes plenty of silver in mixed grades much of the bronze has been cleaned (£300 - £600)

3186) Two Pounds 1987 Gold Proof S.SD2 UNC with some contact marks, retaining much original mint brilliance (£400 - £500)

3196) A Collection in two albums Crowns to Farthings (575), Decimal issues (59) and World (3) mostly 19th and 20th Century, a few earlier, includes plenty of silver, with some scarcer dates and types, in mixed grades with some later coins EF (£500 - £700) 3197) A collection of Halfpennies , Brass Threepences and Shillings in album pages including Shillings dating back to Victoria (lot) (£125 - £225) 3198) A mixed lot of mostly 20th century issues mixed grades with strength in pre 1947 silver issues (lot) (£200 - £400)

3187) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SD3 Proof, in an NGC holder and graded PF67 Ultra Cameo (£550 - £650)

3188) Two Pounds 2001 Marconi Gold Proof S.K11 FDC in capsule, uncased (£550 - £650) 3189) Two Pounds 2019 75th Anniversary of D-Day Gold Proof FDC uncased (£650 - £750)

3190) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 EF or better with a trace of lustre (£240 - £280) 3191) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Pattern Crowns Edward VII 1910 (2) obverse uniface one struck in copper, the other struck in aluminium, both stated by the vendor to be unique, UNC and lustrous (£100 - £120)

English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 3192-3391) 3192) A mixed group ranging from early milled to decimals, mixed grades (lot) (£250 - £350) 3193) A collection in an album Crowns to Farthings (132) Hammered (Edward I) to Elizabeth II, includes plenty in silver, in mixed grades (£350 - £550)

3199) A mixed lot with Halfpennies 1967 an opened mint bag (circa £5 face), cupro crowns including (75) Five Pounds, base metal decimal and LSD issues some in high grades, pre 1920 silver issues over £13 face, pre 1947 silver issues over £8 face some in better grades, world mostly base metal 20trh century issues from circulation (lot in five boxes) (£800 - £1,000) 3200) A nixed group generally 20th century issues from circulation, with cupro-crowns 1953 - 81, a few world issues and over £28 face of pre 1947 (lot in 2 boxes) (£400 - £700) 3201) An accumulation in four Lindner Trays (213) Crown 1960, Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial, Halfcrowns (30) 1937-1967 inclusive, Florins (18) 1928-1946 inclusive, Shillings (30) 1937E, 1937S, 1938E, 1938S, 1939E, 1939S, 1940E, 1940S, 1941E, 1941S, 1942E, 1942S, 1943E, 1943S, 1944E, 1944S, 1945E, 1945S, 1946E, 1946S, 1948E, 1950E, 1951E, 1951S, 1953E, 1953S, 1954S, 1959S, 1961S, 1966E, Sixpences (26) 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1951 (2), 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, Brass Threepences (29) 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953-1967 inclusive, Pennies (2) 1921, 1945, Halfpennies (8) 17846, 1775 Contemporary Counterfeit, 1799, 1806, 1862, 1871, 1901, 1910, Farthings (8) 1799, 1847, 1853, 1861, 1881, 1909, 1917, Third Farthing 1913 (Lustrous UNC), Model Half Farthing 1902, Model Quarter Farthing 1848, the vast majority of the pre-1947 silver in lustrous grades, the others in mixed grades (£80 - £150) 3202) Brass Threepences in LCGS holders (2) 1948 Rounded Corners Peck 2390 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£40 - £70) 3203) Bronze Pennies, Halfpennies and Farthings in LCGS holders (12) Pennies (4) 1897 Wide 97, LCGS variety 2, A/UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1902 High Tide, Freeman 157 dies 1+B, Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1912H Freeman 173 A/UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1919 Freeman 185, UNC with good, slightly subdued lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Halfpennies (3) 1887 Freeman 358 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1901 Freeman 378, Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1913 Freeman 392 UNC with partial lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Farthings (5) 1882H Broken F in F:D: Freeman 549 GEF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1882 Perfect F in F:D: LCGS Variety 2, GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1886 Freeman 557 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1887 Freeman 559 A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1890 Wide Date Freeman 562 UNC with considerable mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£150 - £200)

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3204) Bronze varieties (6) Pennies (2) 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G with close 61 in date, Fine, 1897 with I.B for T.B below the bust UNC with attractive toning and traces of lustre, Halfpennies (3) 1861 LCW on Rock Freeman 276 dies 6+E VF/GVF, 1874 Freeman 312 dies 7+J VG, 1876H as Freeman 325 dies 13+K* with R over B in VICTORIA, VF/NVF, Farthing 1865 5 over 2 Freeman 513 dies 3+B NVF (£30 - £60) 3205) Churchill Medal 1965, 39mm diameter, weighing 23.75 grammes, by Toye, Kenning and Spencer, UNC in the box of issue, Crown 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue, Crowns (3) 1965, 1972, 1977 A/UNC to UNC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (2) UNC toned, in the wallets of issue, GB and World 20th Century issues (14) in mixed grades and a fantasy replica Roman Sestertius of Hadrian (£20 - £30) 3206) Copper and Bronze (20) Pennies (15) 1834, 1841 No Colon, 1843 REG: , 1851 DEF Far Colon, 1853 Ornamental Trident (2), 1854 Plain Trident,1854 Ornamental Trident (2), 1855 Plain Trident, 1858 No WW, 1858 WW (2), 1881H, 1901, Halfpennies (2) 1853, 1855, Farthings (3) 1674, 1694 and 1837 in mixed grades with many GVF to GEF, housed in a Lindner Tray (£400 - £600) 3207) Copper and Bronze a high grade group (13) Halfpenny 1841, Farthings (6) 1754, 1799, 1821, 1827, 1857, 1882H, Half Farthing 1843, Third Farthings (5) 1827, 1878 (2), 1902, 1913, one of the 1878 Third Farthings VF the others NEF to GEF many with lustre (£125 - £225) 3208) Copper and Bronze James I to Edward VII (82) Pennies to Fractional Farthings, includes William and Mary copper Farthing/ medalet, also includes some Ireland issues in mixed grades a few VF to EF, a few damaged (£100 - £200) 3209) Crown 1887 EF toned, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1, Florin 1943, Shillings (14) 1858, 1883, 1920, 1922 (2), 1923, 1924, 1937E, 1938S, 1940E, 1941E, 1944E, 1945E, 1946E, New Zealand Florin 1951, Australia Shillings (2) 1943, 1943S, in mixed grades to EF (£150 - £200) 3210) Crown 1887 EF, Double Florins (3) 1887 Roman 1 GF/NVF, 1887 Arabic 1 GVF, 1888 EF and lustrous (£125 - £150) 3211) Crown 1889 NVF, Halfcrowns (2) 1887 Jubilee Head NEF/EF, 1902 Matt Proof Bright AU/UNC (£100 - £200) 3212) Crown 1899 LXII ESC 316, Bull 2606, Davies 528 dies 2E EF with original toning and some edge nicks, Halfcrown 1899 ESC 733, Bull 2785 GEF toned with small edge nicks, Florin 1899 ESC AU/ GEF deeply toned, the obverse with some contact marks (£100 - £200) 3213) Crowns (10) 1889, 1890, 1893LVI, VG to NF, 1965, 1977 (2), 1980 (2), 1981 (2), Five Pound Crowns (2) 1997 Golden Wedding, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial, EF to UNC, Sixpences (2) 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn types (2) A/UNC to UNC one with gold plating, in a London Mint Office box, GB Decimal and Pre-Decimal in three small coin albums (69) includes a few in silver, in mixed grades, Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Commemorative 2015 (2) one in bronze, the other in silver plated bronze, UNC with one certificate (£40 - £70) 3214) Crowns (11) 1819 LIX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge, 1895 LIX, 1902, 1935, 1937, 1951, 1953, 1960, 1965 in two slide cases along with an additional empty slide case, the 19th Century issues and 1902 VG to Fine, 20th Century issues VF to A/UNC (£175 - £300) 3215) Crowns (12) 1844 Cinquefoil Stops on edge, 1847 Young Head, 1887 (2), 1888, 1889 (2), 1890 Fine to NVF, 1892 (2), 1893 LVI, 1897 LXI, Double Florins (4) 1887 (3) Roman 1, Arabic 1 (2), 1889, Fine to VF (£250 - £350)

3216) Crowns (3) 1844, 1845, 1847 Young Head, Three Shilling Bank Token 1814, VG to Fine, along with One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 with an unusual countermark, Fine (£60 - £100) 3217) Crowns (3) 1889 Fine, 1891 Fine, 1892 GF/NVF, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 Fine/Good Fine (£50 - £75) 3218) Crowns (4) 1672, 1673, 1676, 1677 all around VG (£170 - £220) 3219) Crowns (5) 1822 TERTIO Fair, 1889 VG, 1892 VG, 1935 (2) VF/GVF and EF, Double Florin 1890 GF/NVF (£60 - £80) 3220) Crowns (6) 1887 NEF, 1888 GF/NVF, 1890 GVF, 1896 LX Good Fine, 1897 LXI, VF toned, 1902 NVF/VF toned (£140 - £180) 3221) 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 (£40 - £60) 3222) Crowns 1808 INA Fantasy Pattern Crowns (10) includes two examples with Barton-style silver plate, one set of nickel, goldine and copper Piedforts, another set of one nickel and 2 goldine standard thickness flans, 2goldine Piedforts, Lustrous UNC (£40 - £60) 3223) Crowns 1960 Polished Dies (25) Lustrous UNC many with uneven toning, Crowns 1960 Standard issues (4) A/UNC to UNC (£100 £150) 3224) Crowns in a Lindner Tray (18) 1819 LIX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893LVI, 1893LVII, 1894LVII, 1894LVIII, 1896LIX (scratched in the field), 1896 LX, 1897LXI, 1898LXII, 1900LXIII, 1900LXIV VG to Fine (£200 - £300) 3225) Crowns in an album (31) 1677, 1696 (2), 1818 LIX, 1819 LIX, 1819 LX, 1820 LX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1822 SECUNDO, 1822 TERTIO, 1844 Star Stops, 1845 Cinquefoil Stops, 1847 Young Head, 1889, 1892, 1893 LVI, 1893 LVII, 1894 LVII, 1894 LVIII, 1895 LVIII, 1895 LIX, 1896 LIX, 1897 LX, 1898 LXI, 1898 LXII, 1899 LXII, 1899 LXIII, 1900 LXIII, 1900 LXIV, 1935, 1937 last two EF, others VG to Fine (£250 - £450) 3226) Crowns to Farthings George I to Elizabeth II (201) includes plenty of silver issues including Victorian, in mixed grades with some EF (£200 - £400) 3227) Crowns to Florins (14) Crowns (2) 1887, 1902, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1, Halfcrowns (9) 1707E, 1817 Bull Head, 1819, 1821, 1826, 1881, 1882, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1890, Florins (2) 1873 Die Number 30, 1887 Jubilee Head, the Halfcrown 1887 and Florin 1887 VF to GVF, the others VG to Good Fine (£225 - £275) 3228) Crowns to Florins (20) comprising Crowns (11) 1679, 1696, 1707, 1818 LVIII, 1820 LX, 1821, 1844 Cinquefoil Stops, 1887, 1889, 1900 LXIV, 1902, Double Florins (2) 1887, 1888, Halfcrowns (4) 1817 Bull Head, 1820 George IV, 1826, 1837, Florins 1897, 1901, 1902 Matt Proof in mixed grades some EF to UNC, housed in a Lindner tray (£1,000 - £1,200) 3229) Crowns to Halfpennies (12) Crowns 1845 (2), Halfcrowns (2) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1902, Florins (5) 1903, 1906, 1907, 1932 (2), Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head, Halfpennies (2) 1837, 1863 VG to Fine (£50 - £75) 3230) Crowns to Sixpences in two album pages Crowns (8) 1821 SECUNDO (4), 1822 SECUNDO, 1822 TERTIO (Ex-brooch mount), 1844 Star Stops on edge, Halfcrowns (17) 1817 Bull Head (2), 1817 Small Head, 1818, 1819, 1820 George IV, 1826, 1834 WW in script, 1836, 1878 (2), 1879, 1881, 1882 (2), 1883 (2), Florin (1) 1887 Gothic, Shillings (18) 1819, 1826, 1856, 1871 Die Number 6, 1875 Die Number 85, 1879 Davies 910 Dies 6B (3), Die Numbers

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5, 11, 14, 1879 Davies 911 dies 6B, No Die Numbers (4), 1879 Dies 6C (not listed in the original Davies book), 1879 Davies 912, Dies 7C (2), 1881, 1884, Sixpence 1866 Die Number 46, many scarce or rare, in mixed grades VG to Near Fine, all with accompanying Davies numbers (£350 - £450)

3243) Florins (6) 1887 Jubilee Head NEF, 1904 GVF, 1907 GVF, 1909 Good Fine, 1916 NVF/VF, 1918 NVF/VF (£125 - £175)

3231) Decimal Ten Pences (126) 1968 (28) Davies 2800 (1), Davies 2802 (1), Davies 2803 (7), Davies 2804 (3), Davies 2805 (1), Davies 2806 (3), Davies 2807 (12), 1970 Davies 2808 (11), 1971 Davies 2810 (27), 1972 Proof (1), 1973 (26) Davies 2813 (7), Davies 2816 (19), 1974 Davies 2821 (3), 1975 Davies 2824 (7), 1976 Davies 2826 (9), 1977 Davies 2828 (3), 1978 Davies 2831 (1), 1979 Davies 2832 (5), 1982 (1), 1983 (2), 1984 (1), 1987 (1), Decimal Five Pences (34) 1968 Davies 2900 (4), 1969 Davies 2901 (4), 1971 Davies 2903 (2), 1975 Davies 2908 (1), 1978 Davies 2914 (1), 1979 Davies 2916 (10, 1980 Davies 2918 (1), Pre-Decimal issues (4) Florins (2) 1964, 1970 Proof, Crown 1953, Jersey Crowns 2014 World War I with red poppy reverse (3)GEF to UNC the majority in UNC (£200 - £300)

3245) Florins (71) 1852, 1853, 1856, 1857, 1859, 1864 Die Number 45, 1865 Die Number 22, 1866 Die Number 20, 1867 Die Number 1, 1868 Die Number 12, 1870 Die Number 17, 1871 Die Number 39, 1871 Die Number 44, 1872 Die Number 111, 1873 Die Number 135, 1874 Die Number 6, 1874 4 over 3 Die Number 29, 1877 Die Number 25, 1878 Die Number 59, 1880, 1881, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887 Gothic, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1938, 1951, 1959 in mixed grades VG to Good Fine (£275 - £500)

3232) Double Florins (6) 1887 Arabic 1 Good Fine, 1888 GF/NVF, 1888 Inverted 1 in VICTORIA Fine, 1889 GVF/VF, 1889 Inverted 1 in VICTORIA VG, 1890 VG/NF (£60 - £80) 3233) 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 one-year 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 (£200 - £250) 3234) Fantasy Crowns Edward VIII (4) 1936 by Hearn (issued 1946) (2) UNC toned and lustrous UNC, 1937 Proofs in silver (2) by Maklouf (issued 1987) X#121 Lustrous UNC, one with small spots (£100 - £120) 3235) Farthings - Crowns, George II - QE II mixed grades (lot) (£300 £500) 3236) Farthings (77) and Fractional Farthings (3) in a Lindner Tray, George I to Elizabeth II, little apparent duplication, in mixed circulated grades (£30 - £60) 3237) Farthings in a Whitman Folder 1860-1901, a complete set includes obverses, includes 1863 GVF with attempted piercing, in mixed grades to NEF (£140 - £160) 3238) Farthings Victoria to Elizabeth II, the majority Wrens, estimated by weight to be around 380 coins, in mixed grades many with lustre (£30 - £60) 3239) Florins (10) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1889, 1896, 1904, 1906, 1910 (2), 1928, 1930 and 1935, the 1928 GEF/AU and lustrous, others in mixed grades (£50 - £100) 3240) Florins (11) 1849, 1855, 1857, 1858, 1860, 1869 Die Number 4, 1876 Die Number 19, 1879, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1892, 1894, VG to Good Fine (£120 - £150) 3241) Florins (3) 1868 ESC 833 Davies 747 dies 3A the rarer of the two types Die Number 5 in an ICCS holder and graded EF 40, Ex-London Coins Auction A136 March 2012 Lot 2456, 1889 ESC 871, Bull 2957, Davies 814 dies 3B About Fine/Fine, a rare die pairing for this date, 1922 Dull Finish ESC 941, Davies 1748 dies 3E UNC/AU with some light contact marks (£150 - £300)

3244) Florins (6) 1888, 1889, 1891, 1897, 1899, 1901 VF to EF some with lustre or attractive tone (£100 - £150)

3246) Florins (8) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1898, 1900, 1914, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1926 VF to EF some with lustre or attractive tone (£100 £150) 3247) Florins (8,100 grams will be over £73 face circa 730 coins) a hoard selected during the 1970s silver boom by a coin dealer active in scrap silver coins, some in circulated grades but mostly high grade George VI pieces with many GEF-BU (£1,500 - £2,500) 3248) Fractional Farthings in LCGS holders (3) Third Farthings (3) 1827 Peck 1453 Toned UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1885 Peck 1937 UNC with some lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1902 Peck 2241, A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, Half Farthing 1844 Peck 1594, EF/ GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£75 - £150) 3249) GB and a few World mostly base metal issue, and 20th Century (66), includes some minor mis-strike and elongated types, along with Pennies (20), Brass Threepences (35) and Sixpences (29) in Whitman folders, along with a further four empty Whitman folders in mixed circulated grades (£70 - £90) 3250) GB and World (23) includes Twopence 1797 VF countermarked, also with some in silver, in mixed grades (£75 - £150) 3251) GB and World a collection in an album Hammered to 20th Century (181) includes USA Five Cents 1836 Fine, 1883 NEF, GB Penny Henry III Fine, includes some silver items, ands some examples of Far Eastern Porcelain money, in mixed grades, plus an additional bag of Canada (33) Two Dollars to Five Cents in mixed grades mostly NEF to UNC (£220 - £320) 3252) GB and World an eclectic mix includes Cut Hammered Farthings (2), ‘The New Portrait Specimen Set’ comprising Crown 1953 UNC, One Pound 2015 Rank-Broadley portrait, along with Two Pounds 2015 and Fifty Pence to One Penny 2015 with Jody Clark portraits UNC, GB Half Farthings in an album (36), these in lower grades, GB cupro-nickel items in bags, Halfcrowns to Farthings, Toy Money (16), Australia Public Service medals, books (5) including a 1971 and 1999 Seaby catalogue, Roman Fantasy pieces (10), George VI and Elizabeth II Shillings cupro-nickel issues (22) most EF or better, Ship Halfpennies A/UNC to UNC and lustrous (13) ,Pennies 1935-1964 (48) EF and better, Ireland and Channel Islands in bags, and around 1.5 Kilos of World coins in base metal (lot) (£75 - £150) 3253) GB and World in silver (2280 grams) the majority being GB pre 1947 issues (some sterling) from circulation (£300 - £400)

3242) Florins (5) 1873 Die Number 200, 1874 Die Number 30, 1880, 1883, 1885 VG to About Fine (£50 - £100)

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3254) GB and World includes Double Florin 1889 Inverted 1 in VICTORIA, VG, Sixpences 1910 (2) NEF to EF, Maundy Fourpence 1861 EF, Royal Mint Year Sets (2) 1982 and 1983, UNC in the wallets of issue, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (4 sets) UNC in the wallets of issue, Crowns 1981 Royal Wedding Silver Proofs (2) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Pre-1947 silver £3.05 face, Silver Threepences (46) Victoria to George VI, in mixed grades along with other GB and World includes Canada, South Africa and India, with some silver items, Crowns (52) 1951 (4), 1953 (5), 1965 (8), 1972 (1), 1977 (7), 1980 (22), 1981 (5), Five Pound Crowns 1990 (2) EF to UNC many in slide cases, the last two on the cards of issue (£200 - £300)

3266) Halfcrown 1713 Roses and Plumes Fine mounted and gilded along with Shillings to Threepences (103) includes Shillings George III 1787 (4), Sixpences 1757 (4), 1758 (5), 1787 (1), some Maundy pieces and modern crowns in mixed grades (£125 - £225) 3267) Halfcrown 1921 VG, Pennies (2) 1854 Plain Trident Near Fine, Halfpenny 1799 VG , Halfpenny 18th Century Kent - Deptford 1795 Obverse: Kentish Man meeting William the Conqueror, Reverse the stern of the Royal George (£10 - £30)

3255) GB and World including collections in Whitman Folders (lot) (£100 - £200)

3268) Halfcrowns (10) 1904, 1906, 1909, 1917, 1921, 1922, 1926 First Head, 1929, 1933, 1934, Florins (8) 1904, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1915, 1917, 1918, 1920, Shillings (7) 1824, 1829, 1834, 1888, 1904, 1908, 1909, Sixpences (6) 1910, 1911, 1912, 1929, 1932, 1936 VG to Good Fine most are pleasing for the grade with no major problems (£110 - £160)

3256) GB and World mostly 20th century from circulation including pre 1947 and paper money, some in Whitman Folders and a few cased items (27 kilos gross weight) (£250 - £500)

3269) Halfcrowns (16) 1816, 1817 Bull Head, 1817 Small Head, 1818, 1819, 1820 George III, 1820 George IV, 1821, 1823, 1825, 1826, 1829, 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837 VG to Fine (£125 - £250)

3257) GB and World mostly pre-decimal issues from circulation with examples back to Charles II (includes two lower grade Charles II Crowns) (lot in 2 boxes over 17 KG gross weight) (£200 - £400)

3270) Halfcrowns (16) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1888, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1935, 1936, Florins (12) 1916, 1923, 1935, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946 VF to EF some with lustre (£130 - £160)

3258) GB and World priced at £1.50 and £2 per piece (304) never displayed for sale, in mixed grades, with some later coins lustrous (£170 - £220) 3259) GB and World priced at £2.50 to £5 per piece (141) never displayed for sale, in mixed grades with some lustrous (£140 - £180) 3260) GB in a Lindner Tray (20) Crowns (12) 1662 Rose below bust, edge undated, 1676 VICESIMO OCTAVO, 1696, 1819 LIX, 1820 LX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1844 Star Stops on edge, 1887, 1893 LVI, 1895 LIX, 1900 LXIV, 1902, Halfcrowns (5) 1745 LIMA, 1746 LIMA, 1820 George IV, 1834, 1836, Shillings (3) 1743 Roses with 43 double struck, 1816, 1817 in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£900 - £1,000) 3261) Groats (17) 1837 (2), 1838, 1840, 1841 (2), 1842, 1843, 1844, 1846, 1848 8 over 6, 1849 (2), 1851, 1854, 1855, 1888, Silver Threepences (87) 1836, 1843, 1850, 1856, 1859, 1861, 1863, 1864, 1865, 1866, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1886, 1887 Young Head, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892 (2), 1893 Jubilee Head, 1893 Veiled Head, 1894, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911 (2), 1912 (2), 1913 (2), 1914 (2), 1915 (2), 1916 (2), 1917 (2), 1918 (2), 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922 (2), 1925 (2), 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935 (2), 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1944, Threehalfpences (5) 1835 5 over 4, 1836, 1838, 1842, 1843, in mixed circulated grades (£70 - £100) 3262) Groats (2) 1836 GEF, 1840 NEF/EF, Threehalfpences (3) 1834 (2) GVF and Good Fine, 1841 NVF (£40 - £60) 3263) Groats (3) 1846 1 over higher 1 in date GVF, 1849 first E in PENCE over a higher E, Fine, 1854 Filled 4 in date VG, Maundy Twopence 1861 6 over 1 Fine, Farthing 1821 R over higher weaker R in REX, Good Fine, Third Farthing 1844 Double struck E in REG, VF/NVF (£50 - £75) 3264) Half Sovereigns (9) 1887 Jubilee Head (2), NVF and VF, 1892 F/ NVF the obverse cleaned, 1893 Veiled Head Good Fine, 1906 Good Fine, 1908 (2) Good Fine and Fine, 1913 GVF, 1925SA NEF some cleaned, along with 1914 Jewellers copy weighing 3.92 grammes gold content unknown (£900 - £1,200) 3265) Halfcrown 1707E SEXTO, Shillings (4) 1696 First Bust, 1697 Third Bust, 1709 Third Bust, Plain below bust and in angles, 1711, Sixpence 1697 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, maundy Fourpence 1687 7 over 6, VG to Fine (£180 - £220)

3271) Halfcrowns (2.100 grams will be £19 face circa 150 coins) a hoard selected during the 1970s silver boom by a coin dealer active in scrap silver issues, a few (generally George V) in circulated grades but mostly high grade George VI pieces with many EF-Unc (£400 - £600) 3272) Halfcrowns (3) 1745 LIMA Fine, 1746 LIMA (2) Good Fine, and Fine with traces of old gilding, Sixpence 1965 Fine, Twopence 1797 VF, Penny 1797 F/VG pitted, Farthings (2) 1909 and 1946 both Fine , and a Hammered Penny of Edward I London Mint, Class 10 Near Fine with Coincraft certificate (£100 - £120) 3273) Halfcrowns (3) 1821, 1883, 1888, Shillings (4) 1873 Die Number 87, 1874 Plain 4 Die Number 62, 1894, 1899, Sixpences (2) 1853, 1900 Fine to GVF (£200 - £250) 3274) Halfcrowns (5) 1689 Second Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls, 1745 LIMA, 1817 Bull Head, 1817 Small Head, 1820 George III, Shilling 1758, Sixpence 1787 Hearts, Groat 1836 all; with damage or ex-mount (£120 - £150) 3275) Halfcrowns (5) 1893 EF, 1923 Lustrous UNC, 1928 A/UNC and lustrous, 1935 Lustrous A/UNC, 1936 EF, Crowns (2) 1935 NEF, 1937 GEF/AU (£70 - £100) 3276) Halfcrowns (6) 1914, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1931, Florins (2) 1912, 1916 VF to EF some with lustre (£50 - £100) 3277) Halfcrowns (7) 1671, 1688 Ex-Jewellery, 1697, 1703 VIGO with IM stamped in the reverse fields, 1707E, 1708E, 1713 Plain in angles, in mixed lower grades (£100 - £150) 3278) Halfcrowns a collection in an album by date 1911 - 1970 most from circulation a few better includes a fantasy replica 1952 (64) (£200 - £400) 3279) Halfcrowns in album pages (70) 1820, 1823 Second Reverse, 1825 (light grafitti), 1840, 1842, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1849, 1850, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1885, 1886, 1887 Young Head, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892 (2), 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1922, 1924, 1925, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1927 First Reverse, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1934, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 earlier issues VG to Fine, some of the George VI issues EF and lustrous (£250 - £500)

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3280) Halfcrowns to Farthings the majority bronze issues includes Provincial Mint Pennies (154) 1912H (116), 1918H (13), 1918KN (5), 1919H (17), 1919KN (3), Pennies (4) 1864 (2) Plain 4 and Crosslet 4, 1902 Low Tide (2), Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide, along with a group of minor mis-strikes (8) Penny 1797 countermarked QUIRK, George V double headed Penny (two halves joined), Shilling 1959E struck on a thin flan VF, Sixpence 1962 struck slightly off-centre with a small raised edge ‘lip’, Silver Threepence Victoria Jubilee Head holed and countermarked POLL, ANNE THOMAS countermarked on a brass flan of 22mm, Decimal Ten Pence 1973 EF with a planchet clip, Finland Markka 1929 overstruck on a previously used flan, the understrike date of 1922 visible, Good Fine (total weight over 17 Kilos) (£100 - £150)

3290) Maundy Odds (32) Fourpences (11) 1675, 1677, 1679, 1680, 1686, 1717, 1780, 1850, 1863, 1870, 1880, Threepences (5) 1679, 1686, 1687, 1763, 1784, Twopences (10) 1681, 1723, 1795, 1800, 1838, 1846, 1848, 1857, 1859, 1863, Pennies (6) 1795, 1800, 1826, 1846, 1852, 1858 earlier coins VG to GF, later pieces in mixed grades to NEF (£225 - £325)

3281) Halfcrowns to Sixpences (34) Halfcrowns (11) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1915, 1918, 1925, 1928 (2), 1935, 1936, 1937, 1937 Proof, Florins (7) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1907, 1911, 1921, 1945 (3), Shillings (14) 1887 Jubilee Head (3), 1888 8 over 7, 1893, 1897, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1915, 1937S, 1939E, 1944E, 1946E Davies dies 1B with wide reverse rim (Rare), Sixpences (2) 1912, 1935 in mixed grades with many later issues EF to UNC and lustrous (£150 - £200)

3292) Maundy Odds (50) Fourpences (11) 1847, 1875, 1886, 1890 (Ex-Jewellery), 1894, 1895, 1899, 1900, 1904, 1905, 1907, Threepences (5) 1689, 1704, 1708, 1762, 1763, Twopences (15) 1710, 1823, 1824, 1849, 1853, 1860, 1874, 1876, 1886, 1889, 1894, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1901, Pennies (19) 1800, 1830, 1836, 1837, 1839, 1842, 1851, 1864, 1874, 1884, 1887, 1891, 1893, 1894, 1897, 1898, 1899 (2), 1902 in mixed grades some NEF to EF with lustre or pleasing tone (£400 - £500)

3282) Halfcrowns to Threepences a collection in an album (226) Halfcrowns (78) includes 1925 and 1930, Florins (24), Shillings (62), Sixpences (46), Groats (2), Threepences (60) Victoria to Elizabeth II in mixed grades, includes many in silver (£100 - £150)

3293) Maundy Odds (6) Fourpences (3) 1670 Fine, 1683 VG, 1684 4 over 3 Fine/Near Fine, Threepences (2) 1683 Near Fine, 1772 Good Fine/Fine, Twopence 1786 NEF (£100 - £120)

3283) Halfcrowns to Threepences George V and George VI issues (46) Halfcrowns (6) 1920 Davies 1675, 1920 Davies 1672 (2), 1921, 1927 First Reverse, 1928 Davies 1701, Florin (1) 1937, Shillings (16) 1920 Davies 1803 Dies 3B (2), 1920 Davies 1804 Dies 4B Dull Finish (2), 1920 Davies 1804A Dies 4B with bright finish, 1921 Davies 1805 Dies 3D (2), 1921 Davies 1807 Dies 4E, 1921 Davies 1808 Dies 5D (3), 1921 Dies 5E, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1945, 1946E wide reverse rim (2), Sixpences (22) 1921, 1922 Dull Finish, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1936, 1942 (2), 1946 (16) ‘Satinized Finish’, Threepence (1) 1925, in mixed grades to UNC, all with Davies attributions, includes some scarce and rare types (£150 - £200) 3284) Halfpennies and Farthings Contemporary Counterfeits (16), Halfpennies (14) George II (3), George III (9), Ireland George III (2, one holed), Farthings George III (2) in mixed lower grades (£30 - £40) 3285) Halfpennies George V (one or two before) including pre 1920 issues (48) generally lustrous Unc (£400 - £500) 3286) Halfpennies in LCGS holders (6) 1922 Freeman 401 dies 1+A UNC with good subdued lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1924 Freeman 403 dies 1+A, UNC with very good lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1926 Freeman 406 dies 2+B, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1933 Freeman 420 dies 3+B UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1934 Freeman 422 dies 3+B, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1954 Freeman 466 dies 3+A, UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£70 - £100) 3287) Maundy 3-part sets (6) with 5 sets comprising Fourpence, Twopence and Penny 1846, 1851, 1867, 1894, 1916, and 1855 comprising Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence in mixed grades many EF (£175 - £350) 3288) Maundy and Small Silver (11) Maundy Odds (9) Fourpences (3) 1689, 1763, 1855 (graffiti on obverse), Threepences 1686 (2), Twopences (3) 1735, 1772 72 over 62, 1838, Penny 1687 holed, Near Fine to VF, Groat 1836 GF/NVF, Threehalfpence 1839 VG (£70 - £100) 3289) Maundy Odds (11) Fourpences (2) 1863, 1886, Threepence 1762, Twopences (3) 1838, 1886, 1938, Pennies (5) 1829, 1842, 1850, 1889, 1898 in mixed grades to EF (£100 - £120)

3291) Maundy Odds (35, two holed) Fourpences (9) Charles II undated, 1678 8 over 6, 1687 7 over 6, 1691, 1702, 1708, 1739, 1818, 1838, Threepences (9) 1676, 1687, 1689, 1707, 1727, 1739, 1824, 1835, 1860, Twopences (11) Charles II undated, 1677, 1686, 1689, 1710, 1717, 1820, 1822, 1833, 1838, 1891, Pennies (6) Charles II undated, 1675, 1739, 1818, 1831, 1838, in mixed grades with some later dates EF to A/UNC (£350 - £400)

3294) Maundy Odds (9) and small silver (7) Maundy Fourpence 1886 VF toned, Maundy Threepences (3) 1710 VG, 1762 (2) VF/NVF and NVF, Maundy Twopences (2) 1838 VF, 1883 EF, Maundy Pennies (3) 1792 VF, 1800 EF and lustrous, 1870 EF toned, Groat 1836 NEF, Threepences (6) 1876 GVF, 1887 Jubilee Head (3) GEF toned, EF, and Bright NEF, 1892 NEF/EF, 1897 GEF/EF with attractive tone (£150 - £200) 3295) Maundy Odds in high grade (11) Fourpence 1763, Threepences (3) 1701, 1763, 1792 Wire Money, Twopences (2) 1732, 1763, Pennies (5) 1688, 1690, 1709, 1716, 1766 NEF to GEF some with colourful and attractive tone, an eye-catching group (£200 - £300) 3296) Maundy Set 1895 ESC 2510, Bull 3553 EF to UNC nicely toned, in a contemporary black Maundy box, along with a mixed date set comprising Fourpence 1872 and Threepence, Twopence and Penny 1871 EF to A/UNC and nicely matched, in a contemporary black Maundy box (£175 - £225) 3297) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 About VF toned, Sixpences (4) 1757 GVF, 1758 VF, 1817 NVF, 1834 Fair/VG this coin accompanied with an old note stating ‘This Sixpence was found in the pocket of the Stewardess of the Pegasus who was taken from the water after being immersed a month’ (£40 - £80) 3298) Pennies (19) 1797, 1807, 1826, 1831, 1851 Close Colon, 1859, 1862 (2), 1863, 1877, 1878, 1881H, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1895, 1897, 1908, Halfpennies (18) James II Tin, 1694, 1697, 1700, 1718, 1799, 1827, 1841, 1853 (2) one on a flattened spread flan, 1854, 1861 (2), 1886, 1887, 1888, 1900, 1901, Farthings (16) Charles II worn, 1673, 1694 (2), 1697, 1720, 1722, 1746, 1773 (2), 1775, 1821, 1834, 1842, 1849, 1853 in mixed grades to GVF (£100 - £150) 3299) Pennies (238) includes 1860 Beaded Border, 1912H (69), 1918H (13), 1918KN (6), 1919H (12), 1919KN (1), 1926 First Head (9) and Victoria to Elizabeth the majority Bun Head Victoria (127), in mixed circulated grades (£50 - £100) 3300) Pennies (3) 1827 Peck 1430 Fair/Poor, Rare, 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, 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 EF/NEF the reverse with some scratches, Halfpennies (2) 1694 No stop on Reverse Peck 605 VG or slightly better, 1754 Peck 884 GEF/EF with a few small spots (£340 - £380)

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3301) Pennies (4) 1858 8 overstruck, the underlying figure unclear, NVF, 1901 Lustrous UNC, 1916 Lustrous UNC, 1939 Lustrous UNC, Farthing 1873 High 3 in date Lustrous UNC (£90 - £120) 3302) Pennies (4) 1896 UNC with practically full lustre, the reverse shows signs of die clashing in the date area, 1911 (2) EF and GEF, 1934 EF toned, Halfpenny 1911 A/UNC with traces of lustre (£80 - £100) 3303) Pennies (4) 1914, 1915, 1920, 1939 UNC with almost full lustre (£90 - £120) 3304) Pennies (5) 1854 Plain Trident, 1862, 1887, 1900, 1901 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£50 - £100) 3305) Pennies (6) 1861 (2), 1862 (2), 1874 Freeman 67 dies 6+H, 1877 Near Fine to Near VF (£40 - £60) 3306) Pennies 1926 Modified Effigy (8) VG to Near Fine (£10 - £30) 3307) Pennies 19th Century (2), Halfpennies 18th Century (16), Farthings 19th Century (2) one mis-struck with a raised rim in parts, in mixed grades VG to VF (£70 - £140) 3308) Pennies George III to Elizabeth II includes 1834, 1843 REG No Colon, 1845, 1864 Crosslet 4, 1869, 1871 as part of a group of Crowns to Farthings along with some Decimal issues and a small group of World items (231 coins in total) in mixed circulated grades (£150 - £200) 3309) Pennies in a Lindner Tray (35) 1797, 1806, 1807, 1841 REG No Colon, 1844, 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1854 Plain Trident, 1855 Plain Trident, 1858 Large Date, No WW, 1859 , 1861, 1862, 1863, 1870, 1874H, 1879, 1897,. 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1910, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1927, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938 (2), 1939, 1948, 1949, 1950, the 1841 and 1844 both NEF, the 20th Century pieces EF to UNC many with lustre, others in mixed grades VG to VF (£100 - £175) 3310) Pennies Victoria Bun head to George V (94) includes 1861 Freeman 18 , 1864 Plain 4, 1864 Crosslet 4, 1865 5 over 3, 1869, 1870, 1871 (Fine), 1875H, also Halfpennies (2) 1881H and 1896 in mixed grades VG to Good Fine a few better (£150 - £250) 3311) Pre 1947 silver issues (over 6.5 kilos, will be about £60 face) from circulation (£800 - £1,000) 3312) Pre Decimal issues a wide variety of base metal coins including a cloth bag of QE II mixed date Shillings generally lustous Unc, Halfcrowns probably £90 - £100 face, cupro-crowns (over £150 face), plenty of bronze but these including many Victorian examples. Along with New Zealand 1 Dollar Cupro-Crowns 1974 BU in slide cases (50), and a quantitry of gold plated cufflinks made from Elizabeth II Halfpennies (Lot in 11 boxes over 100 kilos gross weight) (£500 - £1,000) 3313) Pre-1947 Silver £10.65 face, Pre-1920 Silver £0.75 face, in mixed circulated grades, along with 1912H Pennies (75) in mixed circulated grades, Halfcrowns to Farthings Victoria to Elizabeth II (lot) and Ten Shillings O’Brien K41Y 958573 VG, total weight over 7 Kilos (£200 - £400) 3314) Pre-1947 Silver Halfcrowns to Threepences £20.01 1/4 face, Pre 1920 Silver Florins to Threepences £0.33 3/4 face, in mixed circulated grades (£350 - £450) 3315) Pre-Decimal issues from circulation including a group of Double Florins and strength in silver issues including Victoria and Edward VII, and a few decimals (lot) (£400 - £600) 3316) Proof Sets 1970 (2) nFDC to FDC cased, Plastic sets 1953 Halfcrown to Farthing (9 coins) (3) UNC, Medal 1974 Centenary of the Birth

of Sir Winston Churchill 38mm diameter in silver Proof like UNC toned with certificate, Crown 1972 Silver Wedding Silver Proof NFDC in the green box of issue with certificate, Crowns (4) 1897 LXI Near Fine, 1889 VG, 1935 GF, 1937 Fine, Halfcrown 1819 VG, Shilling 1825 VG, pre-1947 silver £1.90 face, Five Pound Crown 1990 UNC on the card of issue, Five Pound Crowns (4) 1993, 2000 Queen Mother (2), 2002 Golden Jubilee EF to UNC, Two Pounds (10) 1986 (7), 1995 Peace Dove, 1995 UN, 1996, EF to UNC, Crowns (44) 1951 boxed (3), 1953 (3), 1965 (4), 1972 (2), 1977 (17), 1980 (2), 1981 (13), GEF to UNC, Medal Set 1970 350th Anniversary of the sailing of the Pilgrim Fathers in the ‘Mayflower’ UNC in a slide case, along with GB and World largely 20th century material includes some silver minors and a group of Pennies including some provincial mint issues, in mixed circulated grades, Isle of Man Crown 1980, Queen Mother 80th Birthday UNC boxed, Britain’s First Decimal coins 1968/71 (4) A/UNC to UNC in the wallets of issue (£175 - £275) 3317) Proof Sets 1971 (2) nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Crowns to Farthings includes some silver, part Maundy Set 1882 Fourpence, Twopence and Penny NEF to EF, Pennies (18) 1902 Low Tide (1), 1912H (3), 1918H (5), 1919H (6), 1918KN (2), 1919KN (1), 1926 Modified Head, in mixed circulated grades, Penny 1951 UNC/AU with traces of lustre, with some World items and a small group of World Paper money (4) Cyprus One Shilling 1947 Pick 20 Good Fine with some spots, Egypt 5 Piastres 1940 undated issue Pick 165a NEF, Italy 5 Lire 1944 (2) Pick 31 Fair (£75 - £150) 3318) Shilling 1758 EF, Sixpences (3) 1723 SSC NVF with a scratch on the obverse, 1757 NEF, 1787 Hearts GVF toned (£70 - £100) 3319) Shilling 1787 Hearts, Sixpences (4) 1757 (2), 1787 No Hearts (2), Groat 1849 GVF to EF, some lustrous or with attractive toning (£90 - £120) 3320) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No Stops at Date, faint traces of 7 over 6 in the date, VF, Sixpence 1758 VF, Half Farthings 1844 (2) NVF/ VF and GVF/NEF, British Victories - Wellington’s Battles - British Victories in the Peninsula 13 medalets each 15mm diameter in brass 1809-1814 Obverse: Angel BY THE MERCY OF GOD, Reverse: Dates of each respective Battle, EF or better and lustrous, contained in a box in the shape of a tube, this inscribed ‘British Victories’, Hammered (3) Shilling Elizabeth I mintmark Hand, Shilling James I mintmark Escallop, and Halfgroat Edward IV holed each pin-mounted on the reverse (£100 - £150) 3321) Shillings (10) 1878 Die number 57, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1892, 1902, 1912, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1924, 1926 First Head VF to NEF (£50 - £75) 3322) Shillings (11) 1745 LIMA Good Fine/Fine with inked initials in the angles, 1758 (10) , Sixpence 1758, in mixed grades to EF, from an old collection (£175 - £225) 3323) Shillings (11) 1816, 1821, 1825, 1914, 1915, 1922, 1923, 1927 First Reverse, 1928, 1932, 1936 NEF to UNC (£120 - £150) 3324) Shillings (12) 1663, 1696 First Bust, Ex-Wreck of ‘The Association’, 1696C , 1697C Third Bust, 1711, 1712 Roses and Plumes, 1720 Plain in angles, 1723 SSC, 1729 Roses and Plumes (attempted drilling on obverse), 1734 Roses and Plumes, 1743 Roses, 1787 No Hearts Fair to Fine (£100 - £150) 3325) Shillings (19) 1817, 1820, 1839 W.W., 1900, 1903, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1920, 1925, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935 Fine to VF (£50 - £100) 3326) Shillings (1950 grams will be approaching £18 face circa 350 coins) a hoard selected during the 1970s silver boom by a coin dealer active in scrap silver issues, a few (generally George V) in circulated grades but mostly high grade George VI pieces with many GEF-BU (£500 - £900)

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3327) Shillings (2) 1711 Fourth Bust NVF/GF, 1787 No Hearts NVF/VF, Sixpences (2) 1757 VF, 1787 No Hearts NVF (£50 - £100)

3343) Shillings (6) 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1929, Sixpence 1914 NEF to A/UNC some with an attractive golden tone (£80 - £100)

3328) Shillings (20) 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1824, 1825 Bare Head, 1826, 1827, 1829, 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1852, 1866 Die Number 56, 1884, 1897, 1899 VG to Fine (£50 - £100)

3344) Shillings (8) 1834, 1894, 1895, 1897, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1906, Sixpences (4) 1907 (2), 1916, 1924 Near Fine to VF (£35 - £55)

3329) Shillings (23), 1937E, 1948S, 1950S, 1953S, 1954S (2), 1955S, 1956S, 1958E, 1960E, 1963S, 1964E, 1964S, 1965E, 1966E, 1966S (3), 1970E Proof, 1970S Proof (4), Sixpences (8) 1948 (4), 1950, 1951 with planchet clip, 1952, 1966 mosly EF to nFDC (£20 - £40) 3330) Shillings (25) 1817, 1887 Young Head , 1887 Jubilee Head, 1889, 1890, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1920, 1923, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, 1936, 1937E, 1939S, 1940E, 1942E, 1942S, 1943E, 1944E, 1944S, 1945E, 1945S, 1946E, 1946S VF to GEF with many later coins lustrous (£80 - £120) 3331) Shillings (3) 1711, 1723 SSC Second Bust, 1758, Sixpences (2) 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, 1758 VG to Good Fine (£50 - £75) 3332) Shillings (30) 1709, 1723 SSC Second Bust, 1787 No Hearts, 1817, 1824, 1826, 1834, 1867 Die Number 1, 1872 (2) Die Numbers 65 and 87, 1874 Crosslet 4, Die Number 2, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1889 Lrge Jubilee Head, 1902, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907 (2), 1914, 1915 (2), 1918, 1922, 1925, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1927 First Reverse, 1929, 1932, 1945 Scottish, the 1905 VG, others VG to Good Fine (£250 - £350) 3333) Shillings (35) 1816 (2), 1817, 1826 (2), 1834, 1839 (2), 1857, 1860, 1864 Die Number 31, 1868 Die Number 48, 1873 Die Number 73, 1874 Die Number 4, 1878 8 over 8, Die Number 60, 1879 No Die Number, 1881 (2), 1887 Jubilee Head (7), 1888 8 over 7, 1888 unaltered date, 1890, 1891 (2), 1896, 1902, 1907, 1935 (2), in mixed grades mostly VG to VF, the George V issues EF (£100 - £150) 3334) Shillings (4) 1758, 1787 Hearts (2), 1787 No Hearts, Sixpences (5) 1745 Roses, 1757 (3), 1787 Hearts, Good Fine to GVF (£400 - £500) 3335) Shillings (4) 1816 UNC or near so and with attractive tone, 1886 A/UNC, 1888 8 over 7 EF/AU, 1889 Large Jubilee Head A/UNC (£100 - £150) 3336) Shillings (4) 1826 EF/NEF toned, 1887 Jubilee Head UNC or near so with choice colourful toning, 1890 EF and lustrous, 1917 GEF and lustrous with traces of old lacquering (£60 - £90) 3337) Shillings (5) 1696y, 1717 Roses and Plumes, 1723 SSC, 1747 Roses, 1826 VG to Near Fine (£40 - £80) 3338) Shillings (5) 1711, 1723 SSC, 1745 LIMA, 1758, 1787 No Hearts Good Fine to GVF (£100 - £150) 3339) Shillings (5) 1823, 1848 8 over 6, 1851, 1862, 1889 Small Jubilee Head Fair to Near Fine, all rare (£75 - £100) 3340) Shillings (5) 1906, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1929, 1930, 1932, Sixpences (2) 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type R over I in VICTORIA, 1914 GVF to EF (£60 - £80) 3341) Shillings (6) 1695 Fine, 1743 Roses Fine, 1745 LIMA Good Fine/ Fine, 1750 Round 0, 5 over 4, Fine, 1758 GF/NVF, 1787 Hearts Fine (£100 - £150) 3342) Shillings (6) 1697 First Bust Fine, 1708 Plain in Angles About Fine/ Fine, 1711 Fourth Bust Bold Fine, 1723 SSC Fine/Good Fine, 1758 Good Fine, 1787 No Hearts, No stop over head Good Fine/NVF (£100 - £200)

3345) Shillings (91) 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1853, 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858 8 over 9, 1859, 1860, 1861, 1864 Die Number 22, 1865 Die Number 104, 1866 Die Number 58, 1867 Die Number 35, 1868 Die Number 21, 1869 Die Number 5, 1870 Die Number 1, 1871 Die Number 18, 1872 Die Number 70, 1873 Die Number 86, 1874 Die Number 42, 1875 Die Number 69, 1876 Die Number 9, 1877 Die Number 15, 1878 Die Number 22, 1879 No Die Number, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1888 8 over 7, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1927 Second Reverse, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1937S, 1938E, 1938S, 1939E, 1940S, 1941E, 1941S, 1943S, 1947S, 1948E, 1966E, in mixed grades VG to Good Fine (£150 - £250) 3346) Shillings 1787 (9) Hearts (5), No Hearts (4) NVF to EF some with lustre, from an old collection (£175 - £225) 3347) Shillings 1902 (6) GVF to GEF with deep and colourful toning (£50 - £75) 3348) Silver Threepences (1410 grams should be around 1025 coins) from circulation and including Victorian types (£400 - £800) 3349) Silver Threepences (52) with no apparent duplication, also Groat 1842, in mixed grades, includes many Victorian issues including Young Heads (£30 - £60) 3350) Silver Threepences in a Lindner Tray (77) Victoria Young Head to George V in mixed grades some NEF to EF, Sixpence 1954 Lustrous UNC (£25 - £50) 3351) Sixpences (10) 1696, 1696B (creased), 1697, 1697C, 1707, 1711, 1757 (2), 1758 (2) VG to Fine (£40 - £80) 3352) Sixpences (103) 1816, 1817, 1818, 1821, 1824, 1826, 1828, 1829 (reverse tooled), 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1845 (2), 1846, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1855, 1856, 1858, 1859, 1860, 1864 Die Number 16, 1866 Die Number 36, 1868 Die Number 1, 1871 Die Number 21, 1872 Die Number 3- (second digit worn), 1874 Die Number 27, 1875 Die Number 24, 1877 No Die Number, 1880, 1881 (2), 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886 (2), 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893 Veiled Head (2), 1895, 1896, 1898, 1900, 1901, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908 (2), 1909, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 Narrow Rim, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1927 First Reverse, 1927 Second Reverse, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935 (2), 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, earlier issues VG to Good Fine, a few later issue EF and lustrous (£150 - £200) 3353) Sixpences (11) 1787 Hearts, 1787 No Hearts, 1831, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, 1888, 1894, 1897, 1899, 1902, 1910, 1911 ,Groat 1836, Threepences (10) 1881, 1885, 1886, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1890, 1895, 1897, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1932, 1942 NVF to GEF (£75 - £125) 3354) Sixpences (17) 1746 LIMA, 1757, 1758, 1787 No Hearts, 1816, 1887Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, 1914, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1924, 1925Wide Rim, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1930, 1931, the 18th Century pieces Fine to NVF, others in mixed grades, some VF to EF (£75 - £125)

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3355) Sixpences (4) 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns Good Fine/ Fine, 1703 VIGO Good Fine with some haymarking, 1723SSC Small Obverse Lettering, Near Fine, 1757 Good Fine/Fine (£60 - £100)

3370) Third Farthings 1913 in LCGS holders (8) all UNC choice most with full mint lustre, two with light toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (7) and LCGS 88 (1) (£150 - £200)

3356) Sixpences (4) 1711 Good Fine, tooled, 1757 GVF toned, 1818 Fine, 1824 Fine (£30 - £60)

3371) Three Shilling Bank Token 1814 VF/GVF, Halfcrown 1820 George IV VF/GVF the obverse with contact marks, along with medals (3) 1897 Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 25mm diameter in silver The Official Royal Mint issue (2) both NEF, Coronation of George VI 1937 Reverse: Britannia seated right holds a crown with a dove and olive branch perched on top CANADA. INDIA. S.AFRICA. AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND BRITAIN GVF toned (£70 - £100)

3357) Sixpences (5) 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, 1707 Plumes, 1708 E*, 1711 holed, 1746 LIMA VG to Fine (£50 - £100) 3358) Sixpences (6) 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns VG, 1707 Plumes, Near Fine, scarce, 1711 Large Lis VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 40, 1757 Fine, 1758 VG, 1787 Hearts NEF, Groat 1836 VG, Silver Threepence 1940 Fine/Good Fine (£75 - £125) 3359) Sixpences (6) 1787 Hearts, 1816, 1817 H of HONI over lower H, 1831, 1834, 1881, Shilling 1826 NVF to EF (£65 - £85) 3360) Sixpences (7) 1696 First Bust, 1697 First Bust, 1723 SSC (2), 1711, 1743 Roses, 1746 LIMA Fair to Good Fine (£60 - £100) 3361) Sixpences (7) 1816 ESC 1630, Bull 2191 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1818 ESC 1634, Bull 2199 EF toned in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1826 Lion on Crown as ESC 1662, the date figures and GEORGIUS double struck About VF, 1834 NVF/Fine, 1902 NEF, 1909 NEF, 1910 NEF (£100 - £150) 3362) Sixpences 1787 (9) Hearts (5), No Hearts (4, one holed) NVF to EF some with lustre or attractive tone, from an old collection (£150 - £200) 3363) Sixpences George VI (140) in high grades mostly GEF-Unc, Silver Threepences (180) from circulation, pre 1947 silver issues (mostly sixpences) £9 face from circulation some in higher grades (£300 - £400) 3364) Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1889 Davies 1164 UNC and colourfully toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1893 Veiled Head ESC 1762, Davies 1180 Choice UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£60 - £90) 3365) Sixpences in LCGS holders (3) 1757 ESC 1622, Bull 1762, GEF toned in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1758 ESC 1623, Bull 1763 A/UNC in an L:CGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626, Bull 2187 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£60 - £120) 3366) Sixpences in LCGS holders (4) 1889 Davies 1164, CGS type SP.V1.1889.01 A/UNC slabbed and graded CGS 75, 1890 Davies 1166, CGS type SP.V1.1890.01, GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded CGS 65, 1898 Large Date ESC 1768, CGS type SP.V1.1898.01 GEF slabbed and graded CGS 70, 1896 ESC 1766 GEF slabbed and graded CGS 70 (£75 - £125) 3367) Sixpences to Maundy Twopence (17) Sixpences (11) 1711, 1787 Hearts, 1787 No Hearts, 1817, 1826, 1834, 1866 Die Number 42, 1874 Crosslet 4, Die Number 12, 1880, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, Maundy Fourpence 1862, Maundy Threepences (2) 1709, 1763, Threepences (2) 1879, 1887 Jubilee Head, Maundy Twopence 1906, in mixed grades VG to VF (£200 - £250) 3368) Sovereign 1974 UNC as part of a collection of GB and in an album GB (137) Victoria to Elizabeth II includes some silver, in mixed circulated grades (£300 - £450) 3369) Sovereigns (10) 1878M George and the Dargon Good Fine, 1883M George and the Dragon, Good Fine 1884 NVF, 1885M George and the Dragon VF, 1894 NVF/VF, 1899S About VF, 1907 NVF/VF, 1908 Good Fine, 1968 GVF/NEF, 2000 Lustrous UNC, in a 10-Sovereign red box (£2,000 - £2,600)

3372) 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 (£75 - £125) 3373) Trade Dollars (4) 1899B NEF, 1901B NEF, 1902B EF and lustrous, 1908B VF (£200 - £250) 3374) Trade Dollars (6) 1897B, 1902B, 1910, 1912B, 1913B, 1930B Good Fine to GVF, some with tone spots (£150 - £250) 3375) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 GVF the reverse with some scratches, Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 NEF/About EF the obverse with some verdigris (£150 - £200) 3376) Twopence 1797 VF/NVF, Pennies (2) 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 dies 2+D A/UNC with some lustre, 1886 GEF, Halfpennies (3) 1799 5 Incuse Gunports AU/UNC and nicely toned, 1837 Small 7 over Large 7 EF, 1860 Beaded Border, as Freeman 258 dies 1+A with serifs on the R of REG not struck up A/UNC with some lustre (£300 - £600) 3377) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Goloid Patterns X#Pn9 (10) 36mm diameter, dies 2+B (4), dies 2+C (6) Lustrous UNC, some with light toning (£50 - £70) 3378) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Goloid Patterns X#Pn9 (11) 36mm diameter, dies 1+A Lustrous UNC, some with light toning (£55 - £75) 3379) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Goloid Patterns X#Pn9 (12) 36mm diameter, dies 1+A Lustrous UNC, some with light toning (£60 - £80) 3380) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Goloid Patterns X#Pn9 (8) 36mm diameter a mix of different weights 21.9 grammes to 27.8 grammes, different minor sea variations and different flan thicknesses, EF to UNC most with lustre (£90 - £120) 3381) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Silver Pattern Piedforts (3) 36mm diameter, each weighing 34.5 grammes, X#P101 UNC one with the reverse toned, in the blue boxes of issue with certificates, the boxes with some stress spots and vinyl cracking (£60 - £80) 3382) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Silver Pattern Piedforts (3) 36mm diameter, each weighing 34.5 grammes, X#P101 UNC one with the reverse toned, in the blue boxes of issue with certificates, the boxes with some stress spots and vinyl cracking (£60 - £80) 3383) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Silver Pattern Piedforts (4) 36mm diameter, each weighing 34.5 grammes, X#P101 UNC to nFDC lightly toned, in the blue boxes of issue with certificates, the boxes with some stress spots and vinyl cracking (£80 - £100) 3384) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Silver Pattern Piedforts (4) 36mm diameter, each weighing 34.5 grammes, X#P101, UNC to nFDC lightly toned, in the blue boxes of issue with certificates (£90 - £120)

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3385) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Silver Patterns (9) three examples struck on thin silver flans, weights 21.62 grammes, 22.21 grammes and 22.20 grammes respectively, and six examples struck on thick silver flans of ranging from 34.3 to 34.8 grammes respectively, four with minor edge errors UNC with lustre (£220 - £260) 3386) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Euro Pattern Coinage (14) 2 Euro 2002 (3), 1 Euro 2002 (10), 50 Cent 2002 (1) many with minor varieties in design and weight, all attributed, GEF to Lustrous UNC (£35 - £55) 3387) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Pattern Double Florins 1937 Edward VIII Bronzed Trials (8) Toned UNC some with traces of lustre, along with an additional small group of Fantasy coins (4) Double Florin 1937 INA Fantasy Edward VIII Prooflike UNC, Double Florin 1953 INA Fantasy, with a small striking flaw on the obverse UNC with some spots, Crown sized Fantasy by Chelsea Coins, Obverse a coloured picture of Diana, Princess of Wales, Reverse: George and the Dragon UNC, Coronation Medal 1953 Crown-sized Fantasy, Tower Court Collection, Obverse portrait Machin-style facing left, Reverse Crowned Royal Arms within wreath, date below UNC (£110 - £140) 3388) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Patterns (2) 1 Ecu 1992 Piedfort struck in nickel, 9.85 grammes, Quarter Ecu 1992 Piedfort struck in nickel, 12.64 grammes, Wales INA Fantasy 5 Shillings Obverse Welsh Dragon on flag, crowned, Reverse MODEL, copper Piedfort, Plain edge, Lustrous UNC (£40 - £60) 3389) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Patterns (6) Crown 1879, Reverse Three Graces struck on a thin flan and slightly off-centre, the date figures deformed, Crown 1879, Reverse St. George, struck on a thin flan, Double Florin 1893 Bronzed Trial, Crowns undated William IV (3) copper Piedforts with MODEL reverse (2), and one on a standard thickness flan also with MODEL reverse, UNC and lustrous, along with INA Pattern Double Florin Set 1910 George V a 3-coin set struck in silver, goldine and copper Lustrous UNC the copper piece with a tone spot, Crown 1911 INA Fantasy Pattern struck with an incorrect collar and with a raised line on the edge, Lustrous UNC (£150 - £200) 3390) United Kingdom INA Fantasy Trials uniface in lead on large irregular flans some undated (2002-2003) ranging from 50mm to 22mm diameter (7), some on thick flans, EF to UNC some with scratches (£40 - £60) 3391) Whitman Albums (8) Great Britain Minor type set containing Sixpences (7) 1910, 1925, 1928, 1946, 1948, 1953, 1964, Silver Threepences (3) 1917, 1936, 1937, Brass Threepences (2) 1953, 1966, Pennies (6) 1910, 1912, 1936, 1948, 1951, 1953, Halfpennies (7) 1902, 1923, 1935, 1942, 1949, 1953, 1966, Farthings (7) 1902, 1918, 1930, 1944, 1951, 1953, 1956, EF to UNC includes Edwardian and George V in lustrous grades, Great Britain Minor type set, a second set containing Sixpences (7) 1902, 1923, 1931, 1946, 1948, 1953, 1966, Silver Threepences (3) 1917, 1935, 1937, Brass Threepences (3) 1937, 1953, 1967, Pennies (6) 1910, 1912, 1936, 1948, 1951, 1953, Halfpennies (7) 1905, 1923, 1935, 19421, 1952, 1953, 1967, Farthings (7) 1903, 1920, 1929, 1943, 1951, 1953, 1956 EF to UNC includes Edwardian and George V in lustrous grades, Great Britain type set Victoria a part set (12) Crown 1887, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1, Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head, Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head, Sixpences (3) 1866 Die Number 13, 1887 Revised type, 1900, Threepence 1887 Jubilee Head, Halfpenny 1901, Farthing 1857, Half Farthing 1844, in mixed grades some lustrous, Great Britain Silver type set (2 albums) these incomplete the first (10) Crown 1953, Halfcrowns (3) 1950, 1953, 1967, Florins (2) 1953, 1966, Shillings (4) 1953E, 1953S, 1963E, 1963S, EF to UNC, the second (13) Crowns (5) 1935, 1937, 1951, 1953, 1960, Halfcrowns (2) 1953, 1967, Florins (2) 1953, 1966, Shillings (4) 1953E, 1953S, 1963E, 1963S, in mixed grades to UNC, British Pennies (14) 1944,

1946, 1947, 1948 (2), 1949, 1953, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 (2), EF to UNC and lustrous, British Halfpennies (23) 1937, 1939, 1941, 1942 (2), 1945, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 (2), 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, EF to UNC and lustrous, Farthings (51) 1911-1956 inclusive plus obverses in mixed grades to A/UNC some with lustre, plus an additional empty Whitman album (£500 - £800)

World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 3392-3586) 3392) Afghanistan (2) 500 Afghanis 1978 Conservation Series - Siberian Crane Silver Proof, FDC in capsule with certificate, 250 Afghanis 1978 Conservation Series - Snow Leopard FDC in capsule with certificate, GB Farthing 1875H the 8 and 7 in the date are double struck UNC and Lustrous, Germany - Third Reich 2 Reichsmark 1934G Good Fine, China Republic Standard Coinage Ten Cash copper, undated (c.1912) Large Star on Flag, Fine (£40 - £80) 3393) Africa (88), Portugal and Portuguese Colonies (25), South and Central America (38) 18th to 20th Century a wide ranging group includes South Africa, East Africa, British West Africa, Southern Rhodesia, Macau, Mexico, Argentina and more in mixed grades to UNC (£70 - £120) 3394) Albania (4) Lek 1926R KM#5 UNC, Half Lek 1926R UNC, Quarter Leku 1927R UNC, 10 Qindar Leku 1926R scarce UNC with traces of lustre (£50 - £100) 3395) An accumulation, USA Dollar 1886 EF, USA Silver Eagle 1995 UNC as part of a GB and World in base metal mostly 20th Century includes some world items in silver and modern GB Five Pound Crowns and Crowns, with bags of World and European these mainly pre-Euro currency types, in mixed circulated grades (lot) (£150 - £250) 3396) Australia (15) Florins (7) 1917M NVF, 1927 Parliament House Good Fine, 1942S Fine, 1943 Fine, 1946 VG, 1947 VG, 1951 50th Year Jubilee KM#47 Lustrous UNC, Shillings (5) 1944 Near Fine/Good Fine, 1957 Fine/VF, 1961 A/UNC and lustrous, 1962 UNC and lustrous, lightly toned, 1963 About UNC and lustrous, Sixpence 1963 UNC with a light gold tone, Threepences (2) 1942D Fine, 1963 EF, South Africa (4) Halfcrown 1952GEF/AU and lustrous, Florin 1952 Proof nFDC, Threepences (2) 1948 Fine/VF, 1951 About Fine/Good Fine, Fiji Florin 1935 Fine (£50 - £100) 3397) Australia (16) Florins (6), 1910, 1911, 1913, 1917M, 1918M, 1936, Shillings (10) 1914, 1916M (2), 1918M, 1920M, 1922, 1925 (2), 1934, 1938 Fine to GVF (£300 - £400) 3398) Australia (3) Penny Token Hobart 1874 JG.Fleming Grocer & Tea Dealer VF, Threepences 1943D KM#37 (2), New Zealand Penny Token 1871 Auckland Licensed Victuallers Association Good Fine (£50 - £60) 3399) Australia INA Fantasy Patterns (4) Sixpences 1920 (2) UNC Toned and Lustrous UNC, Threepence 1920 Toned AU/UNC, Crown undated Obverse ADVANCE AUSTRALIA Emu and Kangaroo with map of Australia all crowned , Reverse MODEL Gold Plated Piedfort, 40.19 grammes, Lustrous UNC, Crowns 1937 Edward VIII Silver plated UNC, one with some contact marks on the King’s neck, Lead Trial in the style of a 1797 GB Penny AUSTRALIAN PROCLAMATION 1800-2000 UNC with some edge nicks (£90 - £120) 3400) Australia Penny Tokens 19th Century (5), Australia Halfpenny Token 19th Century, New Zealand Penny tokens 19th Century (9) many different types represented, in mixed grades VG to NVF (£110 - £140)

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3401) Australia Tokens (3) Penny 1857 Hanks and Lloyd, Sydney 0.5mm between LL of LLOYD and SYDNEY with 3mm high letters KM#Tn85.2 Good Fine with some edge nicks, Iredale and Co. Sydney KM#Tn135 Fine with a thin scratch on the reverse, Halfpenny 1855 Hanks and Lloyd, Sydney, ‘To Commemorate The Opening of the Sydney Railway’ KM#Tn82 Fine (£25 - £50) 3402) Austria Florins (4) 1858A A/UNC, 1878 NEF, 1879 VF, 1886 the 6 struck over a 5 and unlisted by Krause, Fine (£40 - £60) 3403) Austria Maria Theresia Thaler 1780 Restrike (20) BU (£180 - £200) 3404) Austria Silver Commemoratives 1960s and 1970s issues 100 Schillings (5), 50 Schillings (15) most if not all different types generally Unc-BU (£100 - £150) 3405) Austria Trade Coinage Gold Ducats 1915 Restrikes KM#2267 (51) Lustrous UNC with many Prooflike, one with a surface mark on the obverse (£5,000 - £6,500) 3406) Austria, Germany and German States 18th to 20th Century (133) includes some silver items, in mixed grades some EF and lustrous (£75 - £150) 3407) 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 (£150 - £300) 3408) 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 (£150 - £300) 3409) Belgium (16) 5 Centimes (14) 1842 (2) Fine and NEF, 1848 (3) VF (2) and GVF, 1849 GF, 1850 Fine, 1851 GVF, 1856 (2) 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 (£75 - £150) 3410) 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 (£75 - £150) 3411) British West Africa Halfpennies (2) 1911H KM#5, in an NGC holder and graded MS64, 1933 KM#8, in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£75 - £100) 3412) Canada (17) Five Dollars 1976 Montreal Olympics - Fencing UNC, Dollars (16) 1936, 1939 Royal Visit (2), 1946, 1949, 1951, 1957, 1958 British Columbia, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1964 Charlottetown (2) one Prooflike, in the sealed plastic as issued, 1966, 1981 Railroad (2) in mixed grades with some EF to UNC (£120 - £150) 3413) Canada (18) Dollars (7) 1950 Short Water Lines, 1953 No Strap line (3), 1957, 1959, 50 Cents 1945 (2), 25 Cents 1951, 5 Cents (3) 1933, 1960, One Cent (5) 1882H, 1904, 1913, 1920, 1935, Lower Canada Sous Token KM#Tn#1 Fair, in mixed grades a few EF (£50 - £100)

3416) Canada INA Fantasy Dollars Edward VIII (5) 1937 Crowned and draped bust left in Barton-style gold plate (2), 1937 Bare Head left, in Barton-style gold plate, 1937 Crowned and draped bust left, in Barton-style silver plate all UNC with practically full lustre (£110 - £140) 3417) Canada One Dollar (12) 1935 (2) 1939 Royal Visit (3), 1955, 1958 British Columbia (2), 1963 Prooflike, 1964 Charlottetown, 1965 (2) one Fine, the others VF to UNC (£100 - £150) 3418) 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 - £300) 3419) China Cash cast coinage in brass and copper (62) VG to Fine, Republic and Provincial issues early 20th Century (55) the vast majority Ten Cash, in mixed circulated grades some later types VF or better (£75 - £125) 3420) China in NGC holders (3) Szechuan 20 Cash CD1909 Y#21t.2, NGC XF40 BN, Szechuan 10 Cash CD1909 Y#20t.1, NGC AU50 BN, China - Japanese Puppet States - Manchukuo One Fen 1936 (KT3) Y#6 NGC MS62 BN (£40 - £80) 3421) China Medal - The 1988 Munich International Coin Fair, Chinese-German Friendship, 5 Ounces of .999 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£150 - £200) 3422) Crimea under the Ottoman Turks silver units 1100 - 1200 AD diameter 15mm crude Fair - Fine (600) (£400 - £400) 3423) Crowns INA Fantasy Issues (3) 1826 Piedfort with Plain edge, 1831 Piedfort with Plain edge, 1905 Reverse: George and the Dragon, Lustrous UNC, base metal issues, Fantasy ‘Silver’ Ecu 1994 with Sir Francis Drake reverse design, uniface, struck in golden alloy (£50 - £75) 3424) Cyprus (14) One Piastre (7) 1879, 1885, 1886 (2), 1890, 1944, 1949, Half Piastres (7) 1882H, 1884, 1887, 1891, 1938, 1944, 1945, Quarter Piastre 1881, last Poor, others mostly VG to Good Fine (£30 - £60) 3425) Cyprus (53) One Piastre (38) 1934 (9), 1938 (16) , 1942 (2), 1944 (8), 1946 (3), Half Piastre (6) 1934 (2), 1938 (4), Two Shillings 1947 (2), One Shilling 1947 (7) in mixed circulated grades (£50 - £100) 3426) Cyprus INA Fantasy 45 Piastres 1937 Edward VIII (4) comprising Small bust and EDWARDVS VIII REX IMPERATOR continuous legend, in copper lustrous UNC (2), and Larger bust and EDWARD VIII KING EMPEROR divided legend (£130 - £160) 3427) Cyprus INA Fantasy 45 Piastres 1937 Edward VIII (6) comprising Small bust and EDWARDVS VIII REX IMPERATOR legend, in copper lustrous UNC (4), and EDWARD VIII KING EMPEROR (2) UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£160 - £200)

3414) Canada 5 Dollars 2011 Silver One Ounce Maples (25) generally BU (£250 - £250)

3428) Denmark INA Fantasy 5 Euros 2002 (3) Brass Piedforts (2), weights 27 grammes and 27.4 grammes, and a standard issue weight 21.32 grammes, UNC with varying degrees of lustre Denmark INA Fantasy 2 Euro 2002 Pattern with Large DANMARK Lustrous UNC, Sweden INA Fantasy 5 Euros 2003 (4), one Gold plated, one Goldine, and one in copper, the last with MODEL reverse, UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£200 - £250)

3415) Canada Dollars (17) 1957, 1959, 1963 (3, one prooflike), 1964 Charlottetown (5, one prooflike), 1965 (2), 1966 (3), 1967 Loon (2) GVF to UNC many with lustre (£100 - £150)

3429) Egypt in NGC holders (3) 5 Piastres AH1356 (1937) KM#366 MS64, 2 Piastres 1944 KM#369 MS63, 1 Millieme AH1354 (1935H) MS62 BN (£110 - £150)

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3430) Egypt in NGC holders (4) 10 Piastres AH1341 (1923H) KM#337 VF Details - Cleaned, 5 Piastres (2) AH1335 (1916) KM#318.1 MS62, AH1341 (1923H) KM#336 VF30, 2 Piastres AH1363 (1944) KM#369 MS62 (£140 - £180)

Centesimi worn, GB (4) Penny 1854, Halfpennies 1799 (2), Half Farthing 1843, Germany 5 Pfennigs 1898G with G over lower G, Portugal 20 Reis 1884 and Argentina 2 Centavos 1893 in mixed grades to VF (£75 - £125)

3431) Egypt in NGC holders (4) 5 Piastres AH 1335 (1917) KM#318.1 AU58, 2 Piastres AH1363 (1944) KM#369 MS63, 2 Milliemes AH1335 (1916H) KM#314 MS63, Half Millieme AH1335/1917 KM#312 AU55 BN (£110 - £150)

3443) GB and World (lot) (£400 - £700)

3432) Egypt in NGC holders (5) 10 Piastres AH1335 (1916) KM#319 AU55, 5 Piastres (2) AH1335 (1916) KM#318.1 AU58, AH1335 (1917) KM#318.1 AU58, 2 Piastres AH1335 (1916) KM#317.1 AU58, 2 Milliemes AH1335 (1916H) KM#314 MS63 (£140 - £180)

3445) GB and World 18th to 20th Century (132) many countries represented, includes Germany, India, Canada, Greece, with some silver items, and a selection of copper dump coinage (19) includes Ceylon and Netherlands East Indies, we noticed some useful items, in mixed grades with some EF and lustrous (£100 - £150)

3433) Egypt in NGC holders (7) 10 Piastres AH1341 (1923H) KM#337 VF Details - Cleaned, 5 Piastres (2) AH1341 (1923H) KM#336 AU53, AH1352 (1933) KM#349 AU50, 2 Piastres AH1363 (1944) KM#369 MS63, 1 Millieme (2) AH1348 (1929) with BP mintmark KM#344 MS63 BN, AH1351 (1932H) KM#344 UNC Details - Altered Colour, Half Millieme AH1348 (1929) with BP mintmark KM#343 AU58 BN (£300 - £450) 3434) Egypt in NGC holders (7) 20 Piastres AH1335 (1916) KM#321 AU Details - Cleaned, 5 Piastres AH1335 (1916) KM#318.1 AU58, 5 Piastres AH1335 (1917) KM#318.1 AU58, 2 Piastres AH1363 (1944) KM#369 MS63, 10 Milliemes AH1335 (1917H) KM#316 XF Details - Cleaned, 5 Milliemes (2) AH1335 (1916H) KM#315 UNC Details - Cleaned, AH1335 (1917) KM#315 AU Details - Cleaned (£300 - £400) 3435) Euro Starter Sets (13) France 1999-2001 (40 pieces, 15.25 Euros face), Slovenia 2007 (44 pieces, 12.52 Euros face), Luxembourg 2002 (11 sets, each containing 29 coins) UNC in the sealed bags of issue, South Africa 5 Rand 1994 Presidential Inauguration (6) UNC, Liberia One Dollar 2001 Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday Proofs (9) nFDC to FDC (£170 - £220) 3436) European includes Spain, Switzerland, Greece, France mostly 20th Century issues with a small quantity of earlier items (lot, around 2.5 Kilos) (£50 - £100) 3437) FAO Money Albums (7) 1968-1978 (276 coins) one Banknote and four stamps, includes the sought after Caribbean 4 Dollar page (Montserrat, St Christopher Nevis Anguilla etc.), the Indian large silver issues 10, 20 and 50 Rupees nineteen seventies and the Paraguay Pattern, Unc and comes with some original promotional literature. Along with USSR Mint Set (8 coins) 1970 Unc in the Beriozka Shop plastic packet (£400 - £600) 3438) Far East (12) includes Japan issues and Chinese Fantasy and spurious issues, in mixed grades VG to GVF (£50 - £100) 3439) France 1/12th Ecu 1660B Rouen Mint KM#199.2 Fine, USA (2) One Cent 1826 Breen 1836 VG, Half Cent 1835 Breen 1575 VG/ NF, Sweden 5 Ore 1860 KM#707 About Fine/Fine (£75 - £150) 3440) France 20 Francs Gold 1869 BB KM#801.2 NVF, in a Franklin Mint box and coin outer reading Gold Coins of the Great Powers New World (£160 - £200) 3441) 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 (£150 - £300)

3444) GB and World 18th - 20th centuries general from circulation and including two WWI medals (lot) (£90 - £160)

3446) GB and World a small group (10) USA Cent 1864 No L, NVF with a spot on the reverse, Straits Settlements Five Cents 1898 GVF with some spots, Sarawak Ten Cents 1900 NEF toned, Canada Five Cents 1902H NEF, Cyprus 9 Piastres 1901 VG, India Rupee 1911 NEF/GVF, GB Farthing Charles II date worn NVG, Ceylon 50 Cents 1895 VF toned, Guernsey One Double 1893 Lustrous UNC, Roman Ae3 Licinius (307-323AD) VG (£75 - £100) 3447) GB and World a small group (13) Ethiopia Birr EE1889 KM#5 VF and nicely toned, Russia One Rouble 1913 300th Anniversary of the Romanov Dynasty Y#70 NEF toned, India Rupee 1915 Calcutta Mint KM#524 A/UNC and attractively toned, USA Half Dollars (2) 1900 Breen 5075 VG, 1914S Breen 5120 About Fine, Austria Thaler 1780SF Maria Theresa Near Fine, Ancient Indo-Greek Silver Units (2) each 8mm diameter and weighing 0.39 and 0.37 grammes respectively, both around Fine, Italian States - Papal States One Lira 1869 XXIIIR KM#1387 GVF, GB Crown 1896 LX ESC 311, Bull 2901 About Fine, GB Maundy Odds (3) Threepence 1887 A/UNC nicely toned, Twopence 1898 GEF colourfully toned, and Penny A/UNC and attractively toned (£150 - £200) 3448) GB and World a small group (5) GB Trade Dollar 1911B EF, USA (2) Dollar 1890 CC Fine, Half Dollar 1925 Stone Mountain UNC with light cabinet friction, Spain 20 Reales 1809 AI KM#551.2, Brazil 960 Reis 1821B NEF (£150 - £200) 3449) GB and World Canada Five Dollars 2002 UNC with coloured reverse, in the box of issue with certificate, France 1 1/2 Euro 2005 Silver Proof, in the box of issue, USA (5) Dollar 1922 EF, 1976, Half Dollars (3) 1942 NVF, 1964 GVF, 2004 P EF, USA Dollars Presidential issues (96) in 8 tubes of 12, 2008 Andrew Jackson, 2009 James K.Polk, 2009 John Tyler, 2009 William Henry Harrison, 2010 Abraham Lincoln, 2010 Millard Fillmore, 2012 Chester Arthur, 2012 Grover Cleveland UNC and lustrous, plus a further group of USA Dollars Presidential issues (7), 2007 James Madison, 2008 Martin Van Buren, 2008 James Monroe, 2009 Zachary Taylor, 2010 James Buchanan, 2010 Franklin Pierce, 2012 Grover Cleveland UNC and lustrous, GB Five Pound Crowns (4) 2001 Victorian Era Centenary, 2002 Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (2), 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Elizabeth I EF to UNC, GB Crowns (11) 1951 boxed, 1953, 1965 (2), 1972, 1977 (3), 1980 (2), 1981, EF to UNC some in slide cases, Two Pounds (8) 1986 (3), 1989 Bill of Rights, 1994 (2), 1996, 2009 Darwin in mixed grades to A/UNC, Jersey Two Pounds 1998, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 A/UNC to UNC in the blue wallet of issue, Penny 1797 a modern Replica UNC in a London Mint box, along with a small group of GB and World (7), and GB cupro-nickel £sd and a group of Pennies mostly Victoria Veiled head, in mixed circulated grades (£130 - £250) 3450) GB and world George III - 20th century from circulation along with circulated paper money including high denomination Slovenia (lot) (£25 - £50)

3442) GB and World (14) France (3) 5 Francs 1871K GF, 2 Francs (2) 1869, 1919, Italy (4) 1 Lira 1863 (2, one holed), 10 Centesimi 1894M, 5

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3451) GB and World Silver Crown-sized 1972-2010 most if not all Silver Proof issues (35) UNC to FDC uncased, some in capsules (£330 - £380) 3452) GB and World with GB pre 47 silver issues (4.6 kilos), GB sterling silver issues (250 grams), world silver issues (550 grams) world base metal issues (40 kilos) along with others in albums and folders, a box of miscellaneous mostly crowns sized with strength in GB issues 1953 - 1981 with a few sets and cased issues, three albums of lower grade paper money and more (lot in 10 boxes over 70 kilos gross weight) (£800 - £1,200) 3453) GB and World with plenty in silver a wide variety (lot) (£500 £800) 3454) German East Africa (5) Rupia 1904A Fine, 20 Heller 1916T (2) Fine to Good Fine on with a planchet clip, 10 Heller 1911A Good Fine, 1 Heller 1907J Fine, Congo Free State (2) 20 Centimes 1908 Fine, 10 Centimes 1894 UNC with traces of lustre (£30 - £60) 3455) 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 (£100 - £200) 3456) Germany - Third Reich 5 Reichsmarks (100) 1934A (5), 1934D (3), 1934F, 1934G, 1934J, 1935A 1st Anniversary of Nazi Rule KM#83 (3), 1935E 1st Anniversary of Nazi Rule, 1935A Hindenburg (23), 1935D Hindenburg (5), 1935E Hindenburg (3), 1935F Hindenburg (4), 1935G Hindenburg (7), 1935J Hindenburg (2), 1936A KM#86 (22), 1936D KM#86 (4), 1936E KM#86 (3), 1936F KM#86 (3), 1936G KM#86 (2), 1936J KM#86 (6), 1938A Fine to GVF (£500 - £600) 3457) Germany 10 Marks silver commemoratives (27) late 20th century issues, 5 Marks in silver 1960s and 70s (15), 5 Marks in cupro 1979 and later (24) most if not all different types and generally Unc - BU (£100 - £200) 3458) Germany 19th and 20th Century (68) includes German States, Empire, Weimar and Third Reich and Jettons, a few in silver in mixed grades to EF (£50 - £100) 3459) 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 (£50 £100) 3460) Germany INA Fantasy 10 Marks 2005 (23) 19 Silvered, 4 in copper Lustrous UNC (£35 - £55) 3461) Germany INA Fantasy One Mark 2005 (6) each with ‘BUNDERSREPUBLIK’ error spelling, design as X#Pn106, Lustrous UNC, with an additional normal spelling example for comparison, Germany 10 Marks INA Fantasy issues 2005 (3), in Cupro-Nickel (2) and brass (1) UNC, along with a Lead Trial 1 Mark undated with ‘BUNDERSREPUBLIK’ error spelling about as struck with some surface deposits (£70 - £100) 3462) Ghana INA Fantasy 10 Sika (4) 2002 Trial with coloured reverse background, in blue, green and cream, 30.59 grammes, Lustrous UNC with some light surface marks, stated by the vendor to be unique, 2002 Trial in Copper, 2002 Trial in Aluminium, and a Lead trial 2002 reverse uniface struck on an irregularly shaped flan UNC (£80 - £100)

3463) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trial sets 4-coin sets (3) Obverse portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigoni, in silver with milled edge, in Aluminium with milled edge, Golden Alloy and Dark Copper UNC with lustre/ toned as issued a few with small spots (£330 - £360) 3464) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trial sets 4-coin sets (3) Obverse portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigoni, in silver with milled edge, in Aluminium with milled edge, Golden Alloy and Dark Copper UNC with lustre/ toned as issued a few with small spots (£330 - £360) 3465) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trial sets 4-coin sets (3) Obverse Portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigoni, each comprising examples struck in Silver, Aluminium, Golden Alloy and Dark Copper, with milled edges, UNC with lustre/toned as issued (£400 - £500) 3466) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trials (9) Obverse portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigoni, in silver with plain edge (3), in Aluminium with plain edge (3), and Golden Alloy with plain edge UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£330 - £360) 3467) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trials (9) Obverse Portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigoni, in silver with plain edge (3), in Aluminium with plain edge (3), in copper with plain edge, and golden alloy with plain edge (2) UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£330 - £360) 3468) Ghana INA Fantasy 100 Sika issues 2002 Trials (9) Obverse Portrait of Elizabeth II by Rank-Broadley, Reverse Elizabeth II after Annigoni, in silver with plain edge (3), Silver Plated, with milled edge (1), Aluminium with plain edge (2), Gold plated brass with milled edge (1), Brass with plain edge (1), and Copper with plain edge (1), Lustrous UNC (£330 - £360) 3469) Greece 100 Drachma to 5 Lepta 19th to 20th Century the majority 1950s issue onward, includes a few in silver, with many later coins in high grades (lot) (£100 - £200) 3470) Greece 5 Drachma 1875A VF, 5 Lepta 1838 NVF as part of a group of Greece (44) 18th and 19th Century, in mixed grades, some VF to EF, along with Cyprus One Piastre 1900, Crete (6) 20 Lepta 1900, 10 Lepta 1900 (3) and 5 Lepta 1900 (2) and Ionian Islands Decimal Coinage issues (10) Lepton (5) and 2 Lepta (5) in mixed grades (£110 - £150) 3471) Greece an accumulation in an album (250) with a few in silver, the vast majority pre-Euro 1970s and 1980s issues (£20 - £40) 3472) Greece Pattern or Trial Ecu Coinage (3) all uniface and 39mm diameter in base metal, cupro-nickel or nickel, Obverse (1) Bust of Alexander the Great right, dated 1993, and Reverses (2) for 5 Ecu and 20 Ecu with Longship and flag of Greece UNC and lustrous in base metal (£20 - £40) 3473) Guernsey (28) 1830-1959 8 Doubles to 1 Double (25), along with Decimal issues 1977 (3) in mixed grades a few with some lustre (£45 - £55) 3474) Hong Kong (288) Dollars 1960-1975 (138), 50 Cents 1951-1973 (54), Ten Cents 1936 and 1948-1979 (63), Five Cents 1949-1979 (32) in mixed grades, some of the later 10 Cents and Five Cents with lustre (£30 - £60)

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3475) India (12) Two Annas 1841 VF, Quarter Rupee (2) 1840 Fine, 1876 NVF, Half Rupee (2) 1840 Legend Continuous over head Near Fine/Fine, 1907 VG/About Fine, Rupees (7) 1835 Fine, 1840 Divided Legend on obverse, W.W. raised on truncation NEF/EF, 1862 Calcutta NVF/VF, 1877 Calcutta, 1890 Bombay, Fine, 1893 Bombay, B incuse and reversed Good Fine, 1906 Bombay, Fine (£75 - £125) 3476) India (2) Half Rupee 1945 Lahore, Large 5 KM#552 EF, Quarter Anna 1835 East India Company KM#446.2 Toned UNC, Indian States - Baroda One Anna VS1949 9 over 4 Y#32.2a A/UNC with traces of lustre (£75 - £150) 3477) India 1/12th Anna 1930 (15) Lustrous UNC (£50 - £75) 3478) India a small group (9) some in silver includes some fantasy items, in mixed grades to EF (£80 - £100) 3479) India and Ceylon (135) includes Rupees, Half Rupees and Quarter Rupees in silver in mixed grades to EF (£150 - £200) 3480) India copper Dump Coinage Mahmood 1244-1265 (105) in mixed grades VG to Fine (£50 - £70) 3481) India copper Dump coinage Masoud Shah 241-246 (127) in mixed grades VG to Fine (£60 - £80) 3482) India mostly Ancient and Medieval issues a collection in 3 albums (426) , a wide range of states and types includes silver drachms and jitals, many interesting types included, in mixed grades the majority with attributions, would make an interesting study group (£750 - £2,500) 3483) India Quarter Anna 1920 (172) Lustrous UNC, a few with toning, many with full lustre (£350 - £450) 3484) Indian Temple Tokens, undated (4) Obverse: Indian Deity Rama and Laxman standing, Rama with trident standing beside Laxmana with bow, Reverse: Rama Durbaar, Lord Rama’s court. Rama and his consort Sita enthroned on platform with attendants around, Hanuman seated left beneath platform (3), one in brass and two in silver wash, 8.13 grammes, 12.13 grammes and 13.33 grammes respectively, Fine to GVF, the fourth a Durbar scene, Rama (left) and Sita (right) seated, with Rama facing, on Durbar platform. An attendant on left holds a parasol above them. Kusha and Lava stand on right. Hanuman sits beneath platform, Reverse: Hanuman runs right holding mace and Mount Sanjeevi. Two stars in field Fine (£100 - £120) 3485) Ireland (25) in a Lindner Tray Halfpennies (23) Charles II to 1928, in mixed grades, Farthings 1806 (2) one EF, Lundy Puffin 1929 (2) VF to EF, GB 18th Century Tokens (5), Ireland 19th Century Tokens (2) and a St. Helena Halfpenny 1821 these in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 3486) Ireland (569) Halfcrowns (16), Florins (61), Shillings (72), Sixpences (39), Threepences (39), Pennies (170), Halfpennies (34), Decimal Halfpennies (138) in mixed circulated grades (£50 - £100) 3487) Ireland (60) includes Halfcrowns and Florins with some in silver, Bank Token Ten Pence 1806, Bank Token Five Pence 1805 and a small group (6) of 17th and 18th Century coppers, in mixed grades a few in VF to NEF (£40 - £80) 3488) Ireland INA Fantasy Crowns 1808 (3) in Copper Piedfort, Goldine Piedfort and Silver Piedfort Lustrous UNC, Ireland INA Fantasy Ecus (2) 1995 Harp/Cat UNC with some toning, 1995 Harp/Cat with ‘SILVER ECU’ legend UNC, Ireland INA Fantasy Double Florin 1901 Edward VIII Obverse with bare head overlapping beaded inner circle, in silver, Lustrous UNC, Ireland INA Fantasy set 1901 Edward VII Double Florins (3) in Silver, Copper and Golden Alloy (£110 - £140)

3489) Ireland with countermarks (4), Florin 1964 countermarked UVF, Decimal Ten Pences (3) 1969 countermarked UVF, 1969 countermarked UDA, 1969 countermarked EEC NO, Fine to VF (£10 - £30) 3490) Isle of Man Half Sovereigns 1973A KM#26 (5) Lustrous UNC (£500 - £750) 3491) Italy (129) mostly 20th Century with a few earlier, includes many aluminium types, in mixed grades some EF (£20 - £40) 3492) 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) (£150 - £300) 3493) 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 (£250 - £500) 3494) Italy and Papal States (33) mostly 19th and 20th Century includes some silver items, in mixed grades some EF, France 18th to 20th Century (89) mostly base metal includes some Revolution and pre-Revolution items, in mixed grades (£75 - £150) 3495) Italy- Merano Commune Token 5 Marenghi in silver, UNC boxed, unlisted by Krause ‘Unusual World Coins’, Australia - Visit of the Italian President 1988 56mm diameter in .986 silver UNC boxed, Visit of Czar Alexander II to London 1874 76mm diameter in bronze Good Fine, Australia Bicentenary 1988 Education medal in cupro-nickel, UNC in the folder of issue, Italian National Olympic Committee a huge 100mm diameter medal weighing 592 grammes in silvered bronze VF, Italy 37th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Italian Labour Union 1986 95mm x 65mm in bronze, UNC in the case of issue with certificate, as part of a group of World Medals a wide ranging group (14) in mixed grades with some prize medals in base metal, plus pin badges including Italia 90 Football and Barcelona 1992 Olympics, these in mixed condition (£150 - £200) 3496) Jersey and Guernsey 19th and 20th Century issues (98) includes some useful 19th Century issues in some lustrous grades, along with Ireland (83) includes Ten Shillings 1966 (3) and a mixed date set (8 coins EF to UNC) with a small group of Isle of Man (6) in mixed grades, with Isle of Man Decimal Set 1971 UNC (£100 £150) 3497) Jersey INA Fantasy Double Florins 1910 George V (2) one Piedfort Copper Lustrous AU/UNC and a Bronzed UNC issue, both scarce, Isle of Man INA Fantasy Crowns 1808 (3) struck in Nickel, Goldine and Copper Lustrous UNC, Crown 1998 125th Anniversary of the Steam Railway - The Big Boy Silver Proof UNC with lustre (£90 £120) 3498) 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 (£150 - £300) 3499) Lithuania Silver Pusgrasis (6) 1509, 1512, 1549 (holed), 1561, 1562, 1564, and Poland silver Grosch undated issue Alexander Jagiellon (1501-1506) in mixed grades VG to NVF (£100 - £120) 3500) Middle East, includes Egypt, Iran, Iraq and Turkey a wide range of types 19th and 20th Century (60) includes some in silver, in mixed grades (£35 - £75) 3501) 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 (£50 - £100)

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3502) 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 (£150 - £300) 3503) 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 (£120 - £240) 3504) Netherland East Indies and related (34) Duit 1735 Crowned Holland Arms KM#70 Fine, Duits (3) Crowned Utrecht Arms 1742 KM#111.1 VF, 1746 KM#111.1 GVF, 1794 KM#111.1 Good Fine and bold, Duits (6) Crowned Arms of West Friesland 1750 KM#131 Fine, 1754 KM#131 Fine, 1780 KM#131 Fine, 1781 KM#131 Fine, 1787 KM#131 (2) both around Fine, one struck on a thin flan and with the date figures in mirror image, this possibly an interesting contemporary counterfeit, Duit Crowned Zeeland Arms (6) 1729 Legend around shield KM#150 Fine, 1735 KM#152.1 Good Fine, 1753 KM#152.2 Fine, 1791 KM#152.3 Near Fine/Fine, 1793 KM#152.3 Fine/Good Fine, 1794 KM#152.3 NVF, Half Duit 1758 Silver KM#112.1a Fine or slightly better, Half Duit s with Crowned Zeeland Arms (3) 1752 KM#72 VG, 1753 KM#’72 (2) VG and Fine, Half Duits with Crowned Utrecht Arms (3) 1755 KM#112.1 (3) Fine (2) and Good Fine, Duit 1790 26mm diameter considered to be a forgery minted in Utrecht in the 1840s, Good Fine and of excellent workmanship, Netherlands - Gelderland Duit 1756 Fine, Netherlands Batavian Republic (4) Half Stuiver 1825 KM#284.2 Fine/Near Fine, Duit 1808 (2) Good Fine and VF, Half Duit 1808 KM#75 Good Fine, Sumatra (4) Kepang 1804 KM#263 Good Fine, One Cent 1834V KM#290 Fine, 1835V KM#290 Near Fine/VG, 1839W KM#290 Near Fine, Java Duit 1810 French Administration LN on obverse KM#223 Fine (£200 - £400) 3505) New Guinea Shillings (50) 1935 (9), 1936 (5), 1938 (18), 1945 (18) Good Fine to GVF (£100 - £100) 3506) New Zealand (47) Crown 1949, Halfcrowns (8), Florins (7), Shillings (2), Sixpences (8), Threepences (15), Pennies (3) and Halfpenny (1), along with Fiji Florin 1935, includes plenty of silver issues, in mixed grades some EF (£50 - £100) 3507) 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 (£250 - £500) 3508) Palestine 50 Mils 1939 GEF with attractive golden tone, as part of a group of Palestine (23) and Israel (8) in mixed grades to NEF (£30 - £60) 3509) 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 (£150 - £300) 3510) 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 (£150 - £300) 3511) Poland 3 Groschen (8) 1592, 1616 (2), 1618, 1620, 1621, 1622, 1624 VG to Fine (£40 - £60)

3512) Poland Fantasy 5 Euro Obverse Jan Pawel II, Reverse MODEL, in copper (8) UNC with varying degrees of lustre, Vatican Fantasy 5 Euros 2005 Pope Benedict XVI (4) Silver (2), the Pope having no teeth in error, come with ticket stating only 36 pieces minted, Goldine (2) the Pope having no teeth in error UNC with good subdued lustre (£160 - £200) 3513) Portugal 1000 Escudos (24) 1996-2004 Silver Commemorative issues Lustrous UNC (£120 - £150) 3514) Portugal 500 Reis (2) 1849 KM#471 GVF, 1854 KM#492 GVF with a small spot below the bust, 1855 KM#494 NEF, 1858 KM#498 NEF (£80 - £120) 3515) 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 (£100 - £200) 3516) 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 (£100 - £200) 3517) Scotland 20 Shillings 1695 S.5686 VG, Netherlands 25 Cents 1897 KM#115 GEF/AU, Poland (2) 50000 Zlotych 1988 70 Years of Polish Independence Y#163 A/UNC with some toning above the bust, 100 Zlotych 1966 Polish Millennium Y#57 A/UNC, Russia Quarter Kopek 1928 Y#75 Fine with some dirt and verdigris in the legends (£150 - £300) 3518) Scotland INA Fantasy Trials uniface in lead on irregular sized and shaped flans (8) 5 Euros (2), 2003 English and Scottish thrones united, and a different undated issue, 2 Euros, 1 Euro, 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, and a further issue without denomination 2003 reverse with Queen on horseback, as struck (£70 - £100) 3519) 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 (£300 - £600) 3520) Siberia 5 Kopecks 1779, Russia 5 Kopeks 1770EM as part of a group of Russia (27) and Mongolia (2) mostly 19th and 20th Century items includes some silver minors, in mixed grades some VF to EF (£40 - £80) 3521) Slovenia INA Fantasy 5 Euros (2) 2004 Janez Vajkard Valvasor 1641-1693 Bimetallic Trial, 26 grammes, UNC, believed unique, 2004 Gold plated Trial, 22.67 grammes, Lustrous UNC, Slovakia (3) Fantasy 5 Euro 2004 Reverse: Farmworker, in brass Toned UNC, 5 Euro 2004 Reverse: Horseman (2) Trials in copper, 33 grammes, both lustrous UNC (£120 - £150) 3522) South Africa (12) Five Shillings 1960 A/UNC, 2 1/2 Shillings 1896 VF/GVF, Shilling 1896 VG, Sixpences (2) 1897 GVF, 1936 Fine, Threepence 1941 NEF, Pennies (4) 1935 VF, 1936 VF, 1954 GVF/ EF, 1955 GVF, Halfpennies (2) 1956 NEF/EF, 1957 EF, German East Africa 5 Heller 1913A UNC, Southern Rhodesia Penny 1951 NVF, Australia Penny 1921 VF, New Guinea Pennies (2) 1936 EF, 1938 EF, British West Africa (12) Penny 1920 VG, One Tenth Pennies 1936 George V (11) VF to GEF, along with Cyprus 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 NVF, 1 Piastre 1942 Fine, Half Piastre 1890 Poor, also 100 Mils (20), 50 Mils (10), 25 Mils (11), 10 Mils (1), 5 Mils (5), 1955-1982 from circulation, mainly high grades, 5 Cents (5), 2 Cents (1), 1 Cent (1), and Greece 50 Drachma 2000 UNC, Libya (35) 2 Piastres 1952, 1 Piastre 1952 (3), 5 Milliemes 1952 (3), 2 Milliemes 1952 (18), 1 Millieme 1952 (10) in mixed grades to UNC (£30 - £60)

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3523) South Africa Proof Set 1923 (8 coins) Halfcrown to Farthing KM#PS2 UNC to FDC the silver with some toning, uncased (£200 - £300) 3524) South Africa ZAR (17) Halfcrowns 1894, 1896, 1897 (2), Two Shillings (4) 1895, 1896, 1897 (2), Shillings (6) 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897 (2), Sixpences 1897 (2), Penny 1898 in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£80 - £120) 3525) South America a small group (6) Guatemala (3) Peso (2) 1863R Fine, 1895 VF, 4 Reales 1863R Fine, Peru One Sol 1891 GVF toned, Chile (2) Peso 1878 KM#142.1 Good Fine, 20 Centavos 1872 GVF (£80 - £120) 3526) Southern Rhodesia (5) Halfcrowns (3) 1932 GVF/NEF, 1935 GEF with golden tone and original lustre, 1940 VF/EF toned, Shillings (2) 1934 GVF/NEF, 1936 Fine (£75 - £100) 3527) 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 (£100 - £200) 3528) 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 (£150 - £300) 3529) Straits Settlements Dollars (3) 1907 KM#26 (2) Fine and Good Fine, 1908 KM#26 Good Fine (£50 - £75) 3530) 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 (£50 - £100) 3531) 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 (£100 - £200) 3532) 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 (£120 - £240) 3533) 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) 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 (£60 - £120) 3534) 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 (£150 - £300) 3535) 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 (£80 - £160) 3536) 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 (£200 - £400) 3537) 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 (£150 - £300) 3538) 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 (£150 - £300) 3539) Switzerland (51), Swiss Cantons (9) Italy (21), Italian States (3) 19th and 20th Century, mostly minors includes a few in silver, in mixed grades (£40 - £80) 3540) Switzerland, Moutier - Societe de Consommation (28) 100 Rappen 27mm diameter, milled edge, undated in copper (14), 50 Rappen undated 23mm, plain edge, diameter in copper GEF to UNC with traces of lustre, some with spots (£70 - £100) 3541) Thailand (7) Fuang Y#28 (1869) Good Fine, Kingdom of Siam Att (2) RS108, RS118, Fair to Near Fine, 5 Baht BE2522 (2) UNC, 2 Baht Y#124 Investiture of Princess Sirindhorn UNC, Half Att Y#17 CS1244 GVF, along with Thailand Medals (3) of a religious nature, these in base metal with suspension mounts VF or better (£30 £60) 3542) USA (24) Silver Eagles (15) three with coloured reverses, One Dollar Commemorative issues (6) UNC to FDC, Half Dollars (2) 1947 Booker T.Washington A/UNC, 1964 Kennedy UNC, and a ‘Liberty Lobby’ Fantasy Token Dollar, EF to UNC (£275 - £350) 3543) USA (4) Dollars (2) 1882S Breen 5568 Lustrous UNC, 1884 O, Oval O, Breen 5577 Lustrous UNC, Half Dollars (2) 1949 Breen 5223 almost full Bell-lines, Lustrous UNC, 1957 Type I, Breen 5241 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£100 - £120) 3544) USA (4) Ten Cents (2) 1836 About VF, 1857 O NVF, One Cent (2) 1857 Flying Eagle Good Fine, 1867 Good Fine, the obverse with some scratches (£110 - £140)

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3545) USA (4) Trade Dollar 1877S Large S, 1 and 8 free, Breen 5813, Good Fine with many contact marks and scratches, the obverse with some tooling, Halfpenny 1760 VOCE POPULI Imperial Head, Crosslet after VOCE, Breen 221 Fine on an uneven flan, Farthing St. Patricks undated Fair, Farthing 1723 Woods, Breen 172 NVF (£150 - £300)

3558) World (34) Mint and Proof issues, all but one Crown-sized, mostly one ounce and in silver (one coin a cupro-nickel issue), 1990s and 2000s issues, a good mix of countries, including GB, Australia, China, USA, Canada, Fiji Pentagonal $5 2000 and more, with Panda, Kookaburra, Koala and Panda coins, as well as Chinese Lunar Year commemoratives, UNC to FDC (£300 - £500)

3546) USA 1899-1969 (57) Half Dollars (28), Quarter Dollars (16), Ten Cents (9), Five Cents (3), and One Cent 1927D in mixed grades with some EF (£120 - £150)

3559) World (34) mostly a higher grade group of interesting types (£400 - £600)

3547) USA Cent 1871 7 and 1 apart, Breen 1981, Near Fine with some scratches and spots, Rare, along with Silver Eagles (2) 2007W Proof in a PCGS holder and graded PR69DCAM First Strike, 2010W Proof in a PCGS holder and graded PR69DCAM First Strike (£140 - £160) 3548) USA Cents (10) 1795, 1839 (holed), 1845, 1852, 1860, 1874, 1900 VDB, 1917S, 1920, in mixed grades Good to Good Fine (£40 - £80) 3549) USA Dimes 1934 (4) Breen 3642 in NGC holders and graded MS63 (1) and MS64 Full bands (3) (£50 - £100) 3550) USA Dollars (20) 1883 (2), 1883O (2), 1885, 1886O, 1891O, 1892O, 1896, 1899O (2), 1900O, 1902, 1921S Morgan, 1921D Morgan, 1923 (2), 1923S, 1925, 1925S in mixed grades to GEF (£200 - £250) 3551) USA Dollars (33) 1880O, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1884O, 1885O (2), 1886O, 1887 (2), 1889, 1890O, 1902, 1904S, 1921 Morgan (3), 1921D Morgan, 1921S Morgan, 1921 Peace, 1922 (3), 1922S (2), 1923 (3), 1925, 1926S, the 1889 UNC, others in mixed grades to EF (£380 - £450) 3552) USA Dollars 1902 O (9) UNC and lustrous (£150 - £200) 3553) USA INA Fantasy modern issues (10) Five Cents 1938 Pattern in silver, no hallmark, Five Cents 1938 Pattern in Nickel, Pattern Stella 1879 in copper, Pattern Stella 1879 in Goldine, Pattern Dollar 1879, all UNC with lustre, some with toning, Dollars (5) Lead Trial Patterns, uniface (3) 1879, 1879 Pattern, and undated reverse (c.1836) (£120 - £150) 3554) USA One Dollar 1983 Liberty Lobby Fantasy Token One Ounce of .999 silver (11) GEF to UNC, Silver Ingots (8) National Dallas One Ounce (5) NEF to A/UNC, Franklin Mint - Invention of the Transistor 1948 UNC on the card of issue, International Trade Unit (2) each with satirical cartoon on the reverse EF to UNC (£80 - £110) 3555) USA Silver Eagles (23) some in slabs, 1986 NGC MS69 (2), 1994 NGC MS69 (2), 2001, 2002 (12), 2003, 2004, 2005 PCGS First Strike MS69 (2), 2006, 2008, UNC and lustrous, some with toning (£250 - £350) 3556) World (18) USA (7) Dollars (2) 1884 EF, 1921S VF, Dime 1941 Good Fine, Half Dime 1856 Fair, Five Cents 1829 VG Ex-Jewellery, Cents (2) 1862 Fine, 1903 VG, Ireland (8) Ten Shillings 1966 UNC, Halfcrown Gunmoney 1689 Poor, Florin 1941 Good Fine, Shilling 1928 VF, Halfpennies (4) 1747 Fine, 1751 VG, 1822 Fair, 1823 Fine, Peru One Sol 1864 Fine, China (2) Szechuan Province 200 Cash Year 2 (1913) in copper, Fine, Empire 20 Cash undated (1903) Near Fine (£40 - £60) 3557) World (19) USA 5 Cents (2) 1867, 1868, Russia (3) 50 Kopeks 1897, 5 Kopeks 1763EM, One Kopek 1851 EM, Moldavia and Wallachia 2 Para 3 Kopeck 1772, East Caribbean States 2 Cents 1965, India Half Pice 1887, Spain 4 Maravedis 1781, Brazil (3) 40 Reis undated (1835) countermarked on 80 Reis of Pedro I with host date 1829, 40 Reis 1829 Cross on crown, 20 Reis (2) 1869, 1893, Italy 10 Centesimi 1867H, Austria 4 Kreuzers 1860A, France (4) 2 Sols 1792, 10 Centimes (2) 1856W, 1917, and an 18th Century Jetton , in mixed circulated grades (£75 - £100)

3560) World 18th to 20th Century in a small aluminium case (total weight around 3.8 Kilos) includes a few silver minors and a model coin in a 9 carat gold mount, in mixed grades (£80 - £120) 3561) World 18th to 20th Century in silver (20) includes many Crownsized includes China, Greece, German States, France, Strait Settlements, Turkey Ottoman, and more, in mixed grades to EF, housed in a Lindner tray (£500 - £600) 3562) World a mixed group (lot) (£200 - £350) 3563) World a small and interesting early group with many hammered pieces (13) Crusades - Cyprus Henry II Gros (4.53 grammes) 12851324 NVF, Bohemia Groschen Wenzel II (1278-1305) NVF with some uneven toning, Bulgaria Groschen Ivan Alexander (13311355) VF, Hungary Denar 1568 NVF, Swiss Cantons - Solothurn Batzen 1826 KM#79 Fine, Anglo-Gallic Denier au Leopard Edward I (1274-1308) Elias 18 Fine, toned, Rare, Anglo-Gallic Denier au Lion Edward I, Elias 13 , (issued from 1253) Good Fine, France Viscounty of Albi 13th Century Silver Denier VF, Spain Ferdinand and Elizabeth Ae25 (1474-1504) Castile Mint, Fair, France Jeton 1385-1822 Obverse: Crown, Fine, France Jetton 1600 27mm diameter Joined and crowned shields of France and Navarre surrounded by collars of the orders of the King, Good Fine, GB Medal 1625 Marriage of Charles I and Henrietta 22mm diameter in silver Fine, European Medieval Cyprus? Silver Gros Obverse: Figure of Christ seated, reverse Two Kings standing, in the style of a Venice Grosso NVF on an irregularly shaped flan (£300 - £400) 3564) World a small and useful group (13) Spain (5) 2 Reales 1712 Pretender Coinage Charles III KM#PT5 VF, 2 Reales 1722 KM#307 VG, 16 Maravedis (2) 1663MS KM#172.5 Good Fine, 1664MY KM#172.5 Near Fine, Maravedis 1598 Fair, Anglo-Gallic Henry VI (1422-1453) Silver Grand Blanc of Ten Pence 3.00 grammes, Rouen Mint, Elias 287a NVF with very light tooling in the fields, Swiss Cantons (4) Sitten Half Batzen 1644 KM#15 VG, Luzern 5 Batzen 1815 KM#112 VF/GVF, Geneva 25 Centimes 1847 A-B KM#135 VF, Berne 5 Rappen 1826 KM#193 Fine, German States Brunswick-Luneberg 2/3 Thaler, NVF toned, once bent and re-straightened, Saxony-Wittenberg Groschen (1457-1459) Feriedrich II and Wilhelm III undated (1456) Landsberg Arms MB#42 VF and pleasing, Jetton Charles II by Conrad Lauffer undated (c.1768) Fine (£440 - £480) 3565) World a small group better grade and scarcer items (30) (£300 £400) 3566) World a useful group (lot) (£500 - £800) 3567) World Ancient to 20th Century (153) many countries represented, includes USA, Hong Kong, Canada, India, South Africa, includes many silver minors, in mixed grades with some EF or better and lustrous (£60 - £120) 3568) World Crown-sized (6) France (2) 5 Francs 1867A NEF toned, 10 Francs 1967A EF, Spain 5 Pesetas 1875 DE-M Good Fine, Belgium 5 Francs (3) 1869 Fine, 1870 Fine, 1873 NVF, along with USA (8) Half Dollars 1971, 1972, Quarter Dollars (4) 1939D, 1960D, 1965, 1970, Five Cents (2) 1960D, 1961D these in mixed grades (£50 £75) 3569) World Hammered to 20th Century (32) includes Cyprus Gros Henry II (c.1310) Fine, Spain Real 1774 EF, also France and Italy Medieval issues, a Thailand Bullet Money piece 15.36 grammes, and a Papal Medal of Innocent X (£50 - £100)

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3570) World in an album and two Lindner trays Ancient to 20th Century, a wide variety includes medals, tokens and paranumismatic items, in mixed grades (lot) (£250 - £500) 3571) World in silver (70) a good proportion being crown sized and modern high grade issues (£400 - £700) 3572) World in silver Halfcrown to Crown-sized (17) includes GB Double Florin 1889 VF toned, in mixed grades with many EF to UNC (£150 - £250) 3573) World in silver, all but one Crown-sized (15) includes USA with silver Eagles (5), Mexico, South Africa and Austria types, in mixed grades to UNC (£160 - £240) 3574) World in silver, various finenesses, includes issues from Switzerland, South Africa, Egypt, Netherlands, USA and more, mostly early 20th Century issue, in mixed grades a few EF (£300 - £350) 3575) World INA Fantasy issues in a variety of metals, mostly Crownsized (11) includes Bermuda, Slovenia, Southern Rhodesia, Andorra and Turkey, with some Piedforts, the Turkish piece believed unique with a silvered edge and produced for photographic purposes, with INA note, UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£80 - £100) 3576) World including 19th and 20th century silver (lot), circulated grades (£200 - £400) 3577) World mostly based metal issues including crowns sized issues and cased items and an album (lot 70 kilos gross weight) (£100 - £300) 3578) World Silver (23) in Unc Portugal 5 Escudos 1960 500 Anniversary KM587 (9), Portugal 10 Escudos 1960 500th KM588 (5) and Greece 30 Drachmai 1964 Wedding KM87 (9) generally Unc - BU (£70 - £100) 3579) World Silver Crown-sized 18th to 20th Century (30) includes South Africa, Spain, Canada, Mexico and more, in mixed grades some EF and lustrous (£340 - £380) 3580) World Silver Crown-sized in a Lindner Tray 18th to 20th Century (20) includes USA, Mexico, China, Straits Settlements, Iran, Bermuda and more, in mixed grades with some later issues VF to EF (£700 - £900) 3581) World Silver One Ounce 1990s and 2000s issues (15) includes Australia Kookaburras (6) also with Turks and Caicos Islands Proof issues, Solomon Islands and GB issues UNC to FDC (£170 - £220) 3582) World the majority in silver (lot) mixed grades (£150 - £250) 3583) World the majority in silver includes some USA coloured Dollars and Halves, large silver commemorative issues, Corfu Hanukka Coins in presentation wallets and more (lot) (£200 - £300) 3584) World the majority in silver including 19th century silver crowns and Saudi Arabia countermarked Ghirsh (lot) (£120 - £220) 3585) World, a few USA pre 1900 issues the rest generally 20th century base metal issues with a few in silver, mixed grades to UNC (lot) (£150 - £300) 3586) Yugoslavia 20 Dinara 1938 KM#23 silver issue (53) A/UNC to UNC and lustrous (£160 - £260) End of Sunday sale

Proxy Bid Auction- World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (Lots 3587-3838) 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 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 Monday 3rd of June, when the sale will close. 3587) Argentina 50 Centavos 1882 KM#28 A/UNC with some lustre (£80 - £100) 3588) Australia Florin 1934-5 Centenary of Victoria and Melbourne KM#33 VF (£30 - £60) 3589) Australia Penny 1918I KM#23 NEF/GVF with traces of lustre (£80 - £100) 3590) Australia Penny 1933 3 over 2 KM#23 in an NGC holder and graded VF30 BN (£30 - £50) 3591) Australia Penny 1933 3 over 2 KM#23 in an NGC holder and graded VF35 BN (£40 - £60) 3592) Austria 10 Corona 1906 NEF with some hairlines on the obverse (£80 - £110) 3593) Austria Half Thaler undated Ferdinand I (1521-1564) Obverse half length bust VG on a full round flan (£40 - £60) 3594) Bahamas Penny 1806 KM#1 Good Fine with some contact marks (£50 - £75) 3595) Belgium (3) Franc 1880 Leopold II 50th Anniversary of Independence, KM#38 NEF, 50 Centimes 1886 KM#27 GEF and lustrous with a few small spots, 10 Centimes 1863 KM#22 UNC with attractive toning (£70 - £100) 3596) Bolivia 8 Reales Cob moneyer P TR (Pedro Trevino) mintmark Fine or slightly better for issue, on a relatively round flan, with much of the design visible, the date off the flan, better shaped than usually found (£40 - £80) 3597) Brazil 1000 Reis 1860 KM#465 lustrous UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£70 - £100) 3598) British Honduras Cent 1926 KM#19 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 BN (£40 - £50) 3599) British North Borneo 5 Cents 1928H KM#5 in a PCGS holder and graded MS66 (£30 - £70) 3600) British Virgin Islands - TORTOLA 2 Shillings Countermarked coinage undated TORTOLA countermark on Quarter cut Spanish American 8 Reales, (1801-1805) KM#6 countermark Fine, host coin Poor and holed (£80 - £100) 3601) Canada - Lower Canada Farthing Token 1812 Richard Hurd, Obverse: RH monogram within wreath, Reverse: Ship, Breton 991 Near Fine with some corrosion (£10 - £30) 3602) Canada 50 Cents 1951 as KM#45 but with double struck HP initials, Lustrous UNC (£20 - £40)

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3603) Canada One Cent 1900H KM#7 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB (£25 - £50)

3628) Germany - Prussia 3 Marks 1910 A Berlin University PCGS MS64 (£50 - £80)

3604) Ceylon One Stuiver undated (1660-1720) KM#19.3 VF/GF and scarce thus (£65 - £95)

3629) Germany 1 Mark (2) 1908F KM#14 A/UNC, 1910G KM#14 EF (£20 - £40)

3605) China - Chihli Province Dollar 34th Year of Kuang-Hsu (1908) Y#73.2 in a PCGS Genuine holder Cleaned - XF Detail (£75 - £125)

3630) Germany 1 Mark (2) 1910A KM#14 Lustrous UNC with a small tone spot, 1911A KM#14 Lustrous UNC with minor cabinet friction (£30 - £60)

3606) China - Sinkiang Province Sar (Tael) Year 7 (1918) Y#45.2 LM-839, in a PCGS Genuine holder, Tooled - XF Detail (£50 - £100) 3607) China, Ming Dynasty His-Tsung Tien Chi (1621-1627) Large Ten Cash, approaching Fine with some verdigris on the reverse (£40 - £60) 3608) Cuba 2 Reales Lattice countermark on Spanish 2 Reales (2) 1820 GJ KM#5 (countermark on Spain KM#460.2) Countermark Near Fine, host coin VG, 1831AJ (1841) KM#5 (countermark on Spain KM#460.2) Countermark Near Fine, host coin VG (£20 - £50) 3609) Cyprus (2) 18 Piastres 1921 KM#14 GF/NVF, 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 NEF with attractive golden tone (£80 - £100) 3610) Cyprus 45 Piastres 1928 KM#19 EF (£90 - £120)

3631) Germany 1 Mark (2) 1910D KM#14 Lustrous UNC, 1912E KM#14 GEF (£20 - £40) 3632) Germany 1 Mark (2) 1910F KM#14 EF, 1911A KM#14 UNC or very near so with minor cabinet friction (£20 - £40) 3633) Germany 1 Mark (2) 1955F KM#110 A/UNC, scarce, 1966F KM#110 UNC with very minor cabinet friction (£20 - £40) 3634) Germany 1 Mark (3) 1905G KM#14 VF/GVF toned, scarce, 1910A KM#14 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, 1913F KM#14 EF (£30 - £60) 3635) Germany 1 Mark 1874D KM#7 Toned UNC with minor cabinet friction (£25 - £50)

3611) Danish India (Tranquebar) 4 Cash 17-- last digit of the date is partially off the flan, the second 7 appears as a T (possibly 7 over reversed 7) we note the reversed 7 type is recorded for 1770, About Fine for issue, on an irregularly shaped flan (£65 - £95)

3636) Germany 1 Mark 1881A KM#7 UNC and lustrous with touches of light tone (£30 - £60)

3612) Danish India (Tranquebar) 4 Cash 183- last digit of the date is partially off the flan, will be 8, 9 or 0 KM#159.1 VF (£90 - £120)

3638) Germany 1 Mark 1904F KM#14 Lustrous UNC with small rim nicks (£25 - £50)

3613) Denmark 2 Kroner 1906 VBP GJ Death of Christian IX and Accession of Frederick VIII KM#803 UNC and lustrous (£30 - £60)

3639) Germany 1 Mark 1906A KM#14 UNC and lustrous (£40 - £80)

3614) Dominica 1 1/2 Bits (Moco) undated (1798) cut from a Spanish American 8 Reales KM#1 Good Fine (£40 - £80) 3615) France 5 Francs 1812D Lyon Mint KM#694.5 About Fine/Near Fine (£50 - £70) 3616) France 5 Francs 1850A KM#761.1, Gad 719, F.327, in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£20 - £50) 3617) France Half Franc 1813W KM#691.15 NEF (£50 - £100) 3618) France Half Franc 1841W Lille Mint KM#741.13, Gad 408 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£15 - £35) 3619) French Guiana - Colony of Cayenne 2 Sous 1782A KM#1 EF with some weakness of strike in places (£15 - £25) 3620) French Indochina Piastre 1889A KM#5a.1 GEF and lustrous with some spots and toning (£20 - £40) 3621) German States - Bavaria 5 Marks 1876D KM#896 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£50 - £150) 3622) German States - Nurnberg Kreuzer 1773 (4 Pfennig) KM#367 UNC/GEF and lustrous, the reverse with some toning (£30 - £50) 3623) German States - Prussia 3 Groscher 1535 MB#5.2 Good Fine/Fine (£50 - £75) 3624) German States - Prussia 5 Marks 1878 Gold KM#507 NVF/GVF the obverse with some thin scratches (£50 - £65) 3625) Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks Commemorative Coinage 1955 F Schiller prooflike Unc but once cleaned (hairlines) KM 114 (£40 - £50) 3626) Germany - Prussia 2 Marks 1888 PCGS MS63 (£50 - £70) 3627) Germany - Prussia 2 Marks 1901 200 Years PCGS MS65 (£35 - £45)

3637) Germany 1 Mark 1903D KM#14 Lustrous UNC (£25 - £50)

3640) Germany 1 Mark 1950D KM#110 UNC with a small tone spot on the obverse (£20 - £40) 3641) Germany 1 Mark 1950D KM#110 UNC with a small tone spot on the obverse (£20 - £40) 3642) Germany 1 Mark 1950G KM#110 UNC (£25 - £50) 3643) Germany 1 Mark 1963D KM#110 UNC (£25 - £50) 3644) Germany 10 Pfennig 1889F KM#12 UNC and lustrous with a light golden tone (£20 - £40) 3645) Germany 10 Pfennig 1903E KM#12 Lustrous UNC with a few small tone spots (£30 - £60) 3646) Germany 10 Pfennig 1908F KM#12 UNC with some lustre and a small edge nick (£20 - £40) 3647) Germany 2 Marks 1951G KM#111 EF or near so, scarce (£20 - £40) 3648) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874A KM#2 UNC lightly toned with some lustre, 1874C KM#2 Toned UNC with a tiny flan flaw both with small carbon marks (£25 - £50) 3649) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874C KM#2 Toned UNC, 1875J KM#2 Toned UNC (£25 - £50) 3650) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874C KM#2 Toned UNC, 1875J KM#2 UNC with hints of colourful tone (£25 - £50) 3651) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874C KM#2 UNC and nicely toned, 1876A KM#2 UNC with traces of lustre (£20 - £40) 3652) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874C KM#2 UNC or very near so with minor cabinet friction, 1876A KM#2 Toned UNC (£20 - £40) 3653) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874C KM#2 UNC with a colourful underlying tone, 1876A KM#2 Toned UNC with hints of underlying lustre (£20 - £40)

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3654) Germany 2 Pfennig (2) 1874C KM#2 UNC with colourful tone, 1875J KM#2 UNC and with minor contact marks (£25 - £50) 3655) Germany 20 Pfennigs (3) 1888F KM#9.1 VF toned, 1888J KM#9.1 NVF, 1890A KM#13 GVF (£20 - £40) 3656) Germany 20 Pfennigs 1874E KM#5 Lustrous UNC with a very small tone spot (£30 - £60) 3657) Germany 5 Pfennig (2) 1898F KM#11 Lustrous UNC with small carbon spots, 1903E KM#11 UNC and nicely toned (£30 - £60) 3658) Germany Half Mark 1909A KM#17 Lustrous UNC (£40 - £80) 3659) Germany Half Mark 1909E KM#17 Lustrous UNC with some gold tone (£35 - £70) 3660) Germany Half Mark 1913G KM#17 UNC and attractively toned with minor cabinet friction, scarce (£20 - £40) 3661) Germany Half Marks (2) 1906D KM#17 UNC or near so and nicely toned with minor cabinet friction, 1913F KM#17 Lustrous UNC and choice (£25 - £50) 3662) Germany Half Marks (2) 1906D KM#17 UNC with some small tone spots, 1911D KM#17 Lustrous UNC and choice (£40 - £80) 3663) Germany Half Marks (2) 1912A KM#17 Lustrous UNC, 1913A KM#17 Lustrous UNC and choice (£30 - £60) 3664) Germany Half Marks (4) 1913A KM#17 UNC and attractively toned, 1914A KM#17 UNC with deep tone, 1915A KM#17 UNC with golden tone, 1916A KM#17 UNC with a light golden tone (£35 - £70) 3665) Germany Half Marks (4) 1915F KM#17 UNC and deeply toned, 1916A KM#17 Lustrous UNC, 1916D KM#17Lustrous UNC, 1918D KM#17 UNC with gold tone (£30 - £60) 3666) Germany Notgeld Coins in aluminium (2) 150 Marks 1921A Nurnberg-Furth Ludwigs-Eisenbahn, Kunstbrunnen, 100 Marks 1921A Nurnberg-Furth Ludwigs-Eisenbahn, Die 1, Locomotive Deutschlands both UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and small rim nicks (£20 - £40) 3667) Germany Third Reich 3 Marks 1937 D PCGS MS64 (£40 - £60) 3668) Germany, Medal World War II The expected invasion, 1941 48mm diameter, a Meissen white pottery example, Obverse: Eagle carrying bomb/Reverse: FELDZUG IM SUDOSTEN , inner legend WIR WERDEN ENGLAND SCHLAGEN WO WIR ESTREFFEN in four lines, with swastika above, EF with very little actual wear (£40 - £60) 3669) Gibraltar Two Quartos (2) 1810 Large Date KM#Tn4.1 Good Fine, weak in the centre, with some dirt in the legends, 1820 KM#Tn9 Good Fine with some heavier contact marks (£40 - £60)

supporters and crest, Plain edge, DH257A EF or very near so with a small planchet clip, Isaac Newton 1793 No dot under small R of SR, DH1034 GVF (£40 - £50) 3676) Hong Kong Five Cents 1868 KM#5 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£20 - £50) 3677) Hungary 10 Korona 1910KB Gold KM#485 EF with some light contact marks (£80 - £110) 3678) India - Bombay Presidency 2 Pice 1771 Tin KM#157.1 30.72 grammes, About Fine, with appears a detector find with green patination and dirty surfaces (£50 - £100) 3679) India - Madras Presidency 1/48th Rupee (Dub) 1797 edge ENGLISH UNITED EAST INDIA COMPANY KM#398 VF, scarce (£70 - £140) 3680) India Quarter Rupee 1840 WW raised on truncation, obverse legend divided, Plain 4 with no stop after date, KM#454.2, SW3.52 Lustrous UNC with light toning, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£70 - £100) 3681) India Rupee 1875 Bombay, Dot below date KM#473.2 NEF (£40 - £60) 3682) Iran (2) 2 Rials SH1311 (1932) KM#1130 UNC or near so with light gold tone, 1 Rial AH1312 (1933) KM#1129 UNC or near so (£20 - £40) 3683) Iran (2) 2000 Dinars SH1306 (1927) H KM#1104 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks, 1000 Dinars SH1308 (1929) KM#1103 EF (£20 - £40) 3684) Iran (2) 2000 Dinars SH1306 (1927) L KM#1104 Lustrous UNC with a small edge nick, 1000 Dinars SH1332 (1913) the 2 in the date double struck, KM#1056 GEF and lightly toned (£20 - £40) 3685) Iran (2) 5 Rials AH1328 (1949) KM#1145 Lustrous UNC with a few tone spots, 1 Rial AH1312 (1933) KM#1129 UNC with a light gold tone and a few small tone spots, Rare in this grade (£20 - £40) 3686) Iran (2) Rial SH1311 (1931) KM#1129 GVF Rare, 5 Rials SH1327 (1948) KM#1145 About EF (£20 - £40) 3687) Iran (3) 2 Rials SH1311 (1932) KM#1130 EF, 1 Rial AH1312 (1933) KM#1129 A/UNC with a few small tone spots, 2000 Dinars SH1306 (1927) EF (£20 - £40) 3688) Ireland (2) Sixpence 1934 S.6628 EF, Threepence 1934 S.6629 GEF (£25 - £50) 3689) Ireland (3) Sixpences (2) 1939 S.6636 EF, 1940 S.6636 GEF, Threepence 1934 S.6628 EF (£30 - £60) 3690) Ireland Farthing 1738 S.6608 GVF (£30 - £50)

3670) Greece 10 Lepta 1857 KIM#29 VF with an edge nick on a slightly porous flan (£25 - £50)

3691) Ireland Farthing 1806 Proof S.6622 UNC nicely toned with some light contact marks (£75 - £125)

3671) Greece 5 Drachma 1876A KM#46 Fine (£20 - £50)

3692) Ireland Pennies (2) Edward I Dublin Mint, Oblong Pellet on breast S.6253A Fine, Edward I Dublin Mint, trefoil of pellets on breast S.6246 Fine (£60 - £120)

3672) Guadeloupe 50 Centimes 1921 KM#45 EF with two small tone spots on the obverse, Curacao Quarter Gulden 1900 KM#35 NVF with some hairline scratches in the reverse field (£30 - £60) 3673) Guatemala (2) 8 Reales 1814 NG M KM#69 VG/Fine, 8 Reales 1877 Countermarked Coinage, Countermark 1894 Half Real on host coin Chile Peso 1877 KM#216 Coin and countermark Fine (£50 - £100) 3674) Guernsey One Double 1830 S.7202 UNC toned with minor cabinet friction (£40 - £60) 3675) Halfpennies 18th Century (3) Cambridgeshire 1795 DH12 Obverse Druid’s Head/ Reverse: Beehive and bees NEF, Middlesex (2) Blackfriars undated Obverse: Blackfriars Monk/Reverse: Arms,

3693) Ireland Pennies (2) John, Dublin Mint moneyer Roberd S.6228 About VF with underlying tone, Henry III Dublin Mint, Cinquefoil to right, VG/Near Fine (£60 - £90) 3694) Ireland Pennies (3) 1937 S.6630 UNC with an attractive and colourful tone, 1943 S.6643 UNC or near so and colourfully toned, 1946 S.6643 UNC with around 80% lustre (£45 - £90) 3695) Ireland Penny 1940 S.6643 GEF once lightly cleaned now almost completely retoned (£70 - £90) 3696) Isle of Man One Tenth Noble 1985 Platinum KM#153 Lustrous UNC (£55 - £75)

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3697) Isle of Man One Tenth Noble 1985 Platinum KM#153 Lustrous UNC (£55 - £75) 3698) Italian States - Lombardy-Venetia (3) 5 Centesimi 1852V C#31.2 Toned UNC with traces of lustre, 3 Centesimi 1852M KM#30.1 AU/EF toned with a tone spot on the reverse, 1 Centesimo 1852V KM#29.2 Toned UNC (£30 - £60) 3699) Italian States - Naples, Carlino Ferdinand of Aragon, undated (1458-1494) mint masters initial M in field. (Salvatore Miroballo) 3.61 grammes some slight weakness of strike otherwise NVF (£80 - £120) 3700) Italian States - Papal States 10 Baiocchi 1864R XVIII KM#1342b EF and nicely toned (£20 - £40) 3701) Italian States - Papal States 10 Soldi (2) 1867R KM#1386.1 UNC with some toning and minor cabinet friction, 1868R KM#1386.1 UNC and lustrous (£25 - £50) 3702) Italian States - Papal States 10 Soldi 1869 XXIII-R date and Roman year mismatch, unlisted type, obverse and reverse types as KM#1386.1 UNC and presumably very rare (£55 - £95) 3703) Italian States - Papal States Half Baiocco (2) 1842 XII-R KM#1319 Tone UNC with traces of lustre, a little weakly struck in the centre, 1851R KM#1355 GEF and attractively toned with traces of lustre (£40 - £80) 3704) Italian States - Papal States Scudo 1830 I-ROMA KM#1310 VF or better and with a pleasing tone (£50 - £100)

3720) Mombasa Trial Strikes (3) Half Rupee, Quarter Rupee and 2 Annas undated uniface obverse trials (1890) on octagonal flans, off-metal strikes, appear to be struck in lead, a matching set, some contact marks, A/UNC to UNC, We note Krause lists Proofs of the Rupee, Half Rupee and Quarter Rupee for 1890, but no trial pieces (£50 - £150) 3721) Morocco (2) 10 Mazunas AH1330 Pa (1912) Y#29.1 About UNC, toned, 5 Mazunas AH1330 Pa (1912) Y#28.1 Toned UNC (£30 £60) 3722) Morocco (2) 10 Mazunas AH1330 Pa (1912) Y#29.1 Toned UNC, 5 Mazunas AH1330 Pa (1912) Y#28.1 UNC with traces of lustre (£30 - £60) 3723) Morocco (2) 10 Mazunas AH1340 Py (1922) Y#29.2 UNC or near so and lustrous, 5 Mazunas AH1340 Py (1922) AU/UNC toned with some lustre (£30 - £60) 3724) Morocco (2) Half Dirham AH1317 (1900) Paris Mint Y#9.2 Lustrous GEF and scarce, Dirham AH1318 (1900) Paris Y#10.2 EF or better and nicely toned (£40 - £80) 3725) Morocco (3) 500 Francs 1956 Y#54 Lustrous UNC, the reverse with a hint of golden tone, 200 Francs 1953 (AH1372) Y#53 Lustrous UNC and choice, 100 Francs 1953 (AH1372) Y#52 Lustrous UNC with a few very small tone spots (£30 - £60) 3726) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams (2) AH1310 (1893) Paris Y#6 GVF, AH1314 (1897) Paris Y#11.2 GEF with golden tone (£30 - £60)

3705) Italian States - Pesaro, Grosso Giovanni Sforza (1489-1500), 1.76 grammes, Fine/NVF (£50 - £70)

3727) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams (2) AH1314 (1897) Paris Y#11.2 NEF, AH1315 (1898) Paris Y#11.2 Lustrous A/UNC with a light golden tone (£20 - £40)

3706) Italian States - Sardinia 10 Lire Gold 1839 F//P KM#136.1 Fine, scarce with a mintage of just 2237 pieces (£80 - £110)

3728) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1309 (1892) Paris Mint Y#6 A/UNC with some darker toning on the obverse (£30 - £60)

3707) Italian States - Sicily 4 Tari 1616 IP Philip III of Spain KM#11, About Fine (£40 - £60)

3729) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1310 (1893) Paris Mint Y#6 About UNC (£25 - £50)

3708) Italian States - Tuscany 5 Centesimi 1859 C#83 EF or slightly better and nicely toned (£25 - £50)

3730) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1314 (1897) Paris Mint Y#11.2 Lustrous UNC (£45 - £90)

3709) Italian States - Venice Gold Zecchino, Lodovico Manin undated (1789-1797) KM#755 Fine, clipped (£90 - £120)

3731) Morocco 2 1/2 Dirhams AH1314 (1897) Paris Mint Y#11.2 Lustrous UNC, lightly toning (£45 - £90)

3710) Italian States - Venice Lead Bulla Giovanni Mocenigo (1478-1485) Near Fine with an attempted piercing at the top (£40 - £60)

3732) Morocco 20 Francs AH1366 (1946) Essai in Cupro-Nickel KM#E36, type as Y#45 UNC and lustrous with gold tone (£20 - £40)

3711) Italian States (2) Sardinia 5 Lire 1840 KM#130.2 Fine, Tuscany Half Francescone 1740 C#6 F/NVF (£30 - £60)

3733) Morocco Dirham AH1316 (1899) Paris Mint Y#10.2 UNC and lustrous (£35 - £70)

3712) Italy (2) 10 Lire 1927R KM#68.1 UNC, 50 Centesimi 1920R KM#61.1 EF (£30 - £60)

3734) Morocco Dirham AH1316 (1899) Paris Mint Y#10.2 UNC with a hint of golden tone, two small rim nicks barely detract (£35 - £70)

3713) Italy 50 Centesimi 1863 M-BN KM#14.1 EF/GEF lightly toned, the obverse with minor tone spots (£40 - £60)

3735) Morocco Dirham AH1316 (1899) Paris Mint Y#10.2 UNC with around 90% lustre (£35 - £70)

3714) Japan 50 Sen Year 4 (1871) Y#4a.1 EF with a light golden tone (£80 - £120)

3736) Morocco Dirhams (2) AH1313 (1896) Berlin Mint Y#10.1 VF/GVF Rare, AH1318 (1900) Paris Mint Y#10.2 GVF (£20 - £40)

3715) Japan Bu (2) Tempo era (1837-1854) C#16 NEF, Ansei era (18591868) C#16a NEF (£25 - £50)

3737) Mozambique (2) One Escudo 1945 KM#74 Toned UNC, 20 Centavos 1941 KM#71 Toned UNC (£35 - £70)

3716) Malta INA 5 Euro Silver Proof 2004 Piedfort 39.85 grammes design as X#P1 Lustrous UNC with some light toning (£50 - £100)

3738) Mozambique (3) One Escudo 1945 KM#74 EF once lightly cleaned and retoned, 50 Centavos 1945 KM#AU/EF, 10 Centimos 1975 KM#93 Lustrous UNC (£20 - £40)

3717) Martinique One Franc 1922 KM#41 VF Rare (£25 - £50) 3718) Mexico - Morelos - War of Independence 8 Reales 1813 Countermarked Copper issue, KM#265.4 countermark type A with stars above and below monogram in circle, countermark Fine, host coin VG (£50 - £100) 3719) Mexico One Real 1830 Zs ZOV KM#372.10 A/UNC and lustrous (£25 - £50)

3739) Mozambique 80 Reis 1820 KM#20 Fine, a bold and collectable example (£25 - £35) 3740) Mozambique Rupee Crowned PM countermark on 1880 India Rupee KM#41.2 countermark Fine, host coin Fine, Sarawak 5 Cents 1913 KM#8 GVF on a slightly wavy flan (£30 - £60)

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3741) Netherlands - Holland Gold Ducat 1770 KM#12.3 Good Fine, creased, Ex-Jewellery (£90 - £120) 3742) Netherlands (3) 2 1/2 Cents (2) 1877 KM#108.1 UNC with traces of lustre and a small tone spot, 1884 KM#108.1 UNC with traces of lustre and minor cabinet friction, 1 Cent 1823 KM#47 A/UNC with a stain either side (£35 - £70) 3743) Netherlands 10 Cents 1887 Broadaxe and star KM#80 UNC with a light golden tone and underlying original lustre (£50 - £70) 3744) New Zealand Shilling 1948 KM#17 EF with some light contact marks (£45 - £65) 3745) Norway 1 Krone (2) 1940 KM#385 Toned UNC with some light contact marks, 1946 KM#385 UNC and lustrous with some residual dirt on the top of the reverse rim (£20 - £40) 3746) Norway 1 Krone (2) 1951 Thin border dentilations KM#397.1 UNC with a very small tone spot, 1957 KM#397.2 UNC with gold tone (£20 - £40) 3747) Norway 1 Krone (2) 1956 KM#397.2 UNC and lustrous the obverse with a very small tone spot, 1957 KM#397.2 UNC and lustrous (£25 - £50) 3748) Norway 1 Krone (2) 1956 KM#397.2 UNC and lustrous with a flan flaw on the obverse, 1957 KM#397.2 UNC with very small tone spots (£25 - £50) 3749) Palestine 10 Mils 1927 KM#4 UNC with a small spot on the 2 of the date (£20 - £40)

3763) San Marino Gold Scudo 1978 Miss Liberta reverse KM#86 Lustrous UNC, Note: 4152 of the 38,000 mintage were melted by the Mint (£75 - £100) 3764) Scotland Penny Alexander II Second Coinage, type E, 20 points S.5056 Fine (£20 - £30) 3765) Scotland Penny Alexander III 23 points Class Mc. S.5055 Fine, cleaned (£30 - £40) 3766) Scotland Quarter Thistle Merk James VI 1602 Eighth Coinage S.5500 approaching Fine (£50 - £75) 3767) Scotland Twelve Shillings Charles I Third Coinage, Falconer’s issue with F over crown on the reverse S.5560 Fine (£50 - £100) 3768) Scotland Twenty Pence (3) Charles I B on it’s side by the base of the thistle Near Fine, Charles I with F at the end of the reverse legend VG lightly creased, Charles I with legend commencing at 1 o’clock Fine (£30 - £60) 3769) Spain (2) 10 Centimos 1877 OM KM#675 VF, 5 Centimos 1877 OM KM#674 About EF toned, One Centimo 1913 (3) KM#731 UNC with practically full lustre (£25 - £50) 3770) Spain (2) 5 Centimos 1870 OM KM#662 EF nicely toned, 2 Centimos 1870 OM KM#661 UNC or near so with traces of lustre (£25 - £50) 3771) Spain (3) 5 Centimos 1870 OM KM#662 EF, 2 Centimos 1870 OM KM#661 AU/GEF nicely toned with a small flan flaw, 1 Centimo 1870 OM KM#660 UNC with a colourful tone (£20 - £40)

3751) Palestine 10 Mils 1940 KM#4 UNC and attractively toned (£45 £90)

3772) Spain (3) 50 Centimos (2) 1904 (04) SM-V KM#723 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, 1926 PC-S KM#741 UNC and lustrous with n area of gold tone, One Centimo 1913 (3) PC-V KM#731 UNC with around 90% lustre (£20 - £40)

3752) Palestine 100 Mils 1927 KM#7 UNC toned, with a small tone spot (£45 - £90)

3773) Spain Half Escudo Gold 1786 DV KM#425.1 Fine/Good Fine (£55 - £75)

3753) Palestine 20 Mils 1940 Cupro-Nickel KM#5 About EF (£35 - £70)

3774) Spanish American 4 Reales Cob, on an irregularly shaped flan, Fine, toned, with a small part of the legend remaining (£30 - £60)

3750) Palestine 10 Mils 1939 KM#4 UNC and nicely toned (£40 - £80)

3754) Palestine 5 Mils (2) 1939 KM#3 Toned UNC, 1946 KM#3 UNC or near so with a light golden tone (£35 - £70) 3755) Panama 2 1/2 Centesimos 1904 KM#1 (3) Lustrous UNC and EF (2) (£25 - £50) 3756) Persia, Arch Aemmenid Empire Silver Siglos (2) Persian King wearing a quiver pointing a bow to the right, one with bee and triskelion countermark, 5.55 and 5.56 grammes, VG to Fine (£30 - £60)

3775) Spanish American 8 Reales Cobs (2) dates not visible, types not fully visible, one possibly a Mexico issue, Fair and VG (£30 - £60) 3776) Straits Settlements (2) 10 Cents 1901 KM#11 EF or near so with some contact marks and edge nicks, 5 Cents 1901 KM#10 GEF with small tone spots (£30 - £60) 3777) Straits Settlements 10 Cents (2) 1888 KM#11 VF, 1898 KM#11 NEF with an edge nick and small tone spots (£25 - £50)

3757) Peru (3) Half Sol 1907 FG-JR KM#203 UNC with practically full lustre, Sol 1932 Token Coinage KM#Tn4 Lustrous UNC, 4 Reales 1836 Cuzco B KM#151.1 Near Fine with toning (£35 - £70)

3778) Straits Settlements 10 Cents (2) 1889 KM#11 EF with a tone spot on either side, 1893 KM#11 About EF with minor tone spots (£45 - £90)

3758) Poland 10 Zloty 1925 Y#32 in a PCGS holder and graded MS66 (£85 - £115)

3779) Straits Settlements 10 Cents (2) 1895 KM#11 GVF/NEF with small tone spots, 1901 KM#11 EF with a contact mark on the reverse (£25 - £50)

3759) Portugal (3) 5 Escudos 1947 KM#581 Lustrous UNC, 20 Centavos 1925 KM#574 Toned UNC with traces of lustre, 10 Centavos 1940 KM#573 UNC nicely toned with traces of lustre (£30 - £60) 3760) Portugal 10 Centavos 1943 KM#583 UNC with an attractive and colourful tone (£20 - £40) 3761) Romania 500 Lei 1945 KM#67 Toned UNC, 100 Lei 1936 KM#54 GEF, 20 Lei KM#50 UNC and lustrous (£20 - £40) 3762) Russia Rouble 1740 CПБ KM#204 VG the obverse with flan cracks, the reverse slightly better Ex-edge mount with signs of old gilding (£75 - £150)

3780) Straits Settlements 10 Cents (3) 1888 KM#11 GVF/NEF with an edge nick, 1891 KM#11 About EF with small rim nicks, 1901 KM#11 VF/NEF with a contact mark on the obverse (£30 - £60) 3781) Straits Settlements 10 Cents (3) 1897H KM#11 VF, 1899 KM#11 VF/GVF with underlying lustre and a small tone spot, 1901 KM#11 EF with a line on the obverse rim (£30 - £60) 3782) Straits Settlements 10 Cents 1884 Crosslet 4 KM#11 Near EF the obverse with some hairlines in the field (£20 - £40) 3783) Straits Settlements 10 Cents 1899 KM#11EF the reverse with a slightly mottled tone (£25 - £50)

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3784) Straits Settlements 5 Cents (2) 1900 KM#10 NEF and nicely toned, 1901 KM#10 EF toned with underlying lustre (£25 - £50) 3785) Straits Settlements Half Cent 1883 KM#8 Fine/VG (£30 - £60) 3786) Straits Settlements One Cent 1897 KM#16 About EF with uneven tone and some contact marks (£25 - £50) 3787) Straits Settlements One Cent 1897 KM#16 EF toned (£30 - £60) 3788) Straits Settlements Quarter Cents (2) 1845 KM#1 Toned VF/GVF with some contact marks, 1889 KM#14 NVF/EF the obverse once cleaned now retoned, Rare (£30 - £60) 3789) Suriname Duit 1764 KM#8.1 Short grass divides date, struck at Enkhuizen under the administration of the Governor Wigbold Crommelin on local authority, not that of the Estates General, NEF and scarce thus (£50 - £75) 3790) Sweden (2) 25 Ore 1897EB KM#739 About UNC and lustrous with a small rim nick, 10 Ore 1894EB KM#755 Lustrous UNC (£35 - £70) 3791) Sweden (2) 25 Ore 1897EB KM#739 GEF and lustrous, 10 Ore 1894EB KM#755 Lustrous UNC (£25 - £50) 3792) Sweden (2) 25 Ore 1897EB KM#739 UNC and lustrous with some small spots, 10 Ore 1894EB KM#755 Lustrous UNC with a small spot on the rim on either side (£35 - £70) 3793) Sweden (3) 25 Ore 1897EB KM#739 UNC, 10 Ore (2) 1894EB KM#755 Toned UNC, 1899EB KM#755 Bright A/UNC (£35 - £70) 3794) Sweden 1/8 Riksdaler 1833CB KM#626 toned on the rim at 2 o’clock otherwise lustrous UNC, an eye-catching piece (£50 £100)

3806) USA Dime 1832 Level 2, Breen 3197 VF with slightly mottled, but pleasing old tone (£60 - £120) 3807) USA Dollar 1879S Slanting top arrow feathers, Breen 5531, in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3808) USA Dollar 1880S Normal, Medium S with slight repunching, Breen 5548 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3809) USA Dollar 1881S Breen 5561 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3810) USA Dollar 1882S Breen 5568 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3811) USA Dollar 1883O Breen 5572 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3812) USA Dollar 1884O Oval O with slit opening, with repuching evident within the loop, as Breen 5577, the mintmark overstrike similar to VAM 17, without the double striking to the 1 of the date, in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3813) USA Dollar 1885 Breen 5581 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3814) USA Dollar 1885O Breen 5583 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3815) USA Dollar 1886 Closed 6 Breen 5586 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115) 3816) USA Dollar 1887 Breen 5592 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115)

3795) Sweden 2 Kronor 1910 Initial further from date KM#787 UNC and lustrous the obverse with some light scuffs (£30 - £50)

3817) USA Dollar 1898O Breen 5654 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115)

3796) Sweden 5 Ore 1866 KM#707 Fine/VF with some residual dirt in the legends (£30 - £40)

3818) USA Dollar 1899O Large O, Breen 5657 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115)

3797) Swiss Cantons - St.Gallen 5 Batzen 1813K KM#111 EF and lustrous with some small lamination marks (£30 - £40)

3819) USA Dollar 1900 Open 9, Old reverse hub, Breen 5664 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115)

3798) Syria 50 Piastres 1936 KM#74 EF and lustrous (£20 - £40)

3820) USA Dollar 1900O Open 9, Large O, Breen 5670 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£85 - £115)

3799) Tonga (2) Countermarked Commemorative Coinage, Pa’anga 1967 and 50 Seniti 1967 both struck in cupro-nickel gilt, with the earlier 1918/TTIV/1968 countermarks struck on the 1967 host coins with the bust more ‘in profile’, possible countermark test strikes for the KM#36 and KM#10 future issues GEF to UNC and unusual, Ex-Spink (£50 - £100)

3821) USA Gold Dollar 1850 Breen 6011 Good Fine (£40 - £50) 3822) USA Gold Dollar 1853 Breen 6025 Good Fine (£50 - £100) 3823) USA Gold Dollar 1853 Breen 6025 NEF (£50 - £100)

3800) Tonkin (North Vietnam) - French Protectorate 1/600th Piastre 1905 KM#1 Zinc issue, the only currency coin, About UNC with some discolouration, also retaining some mint lustre and scarce thus (£45 - £75)

3824) USA Half Cent 1804 Plain 4, stemless wreath, Breen 1543 VG/ NVG (£40 - £60)

3801) Turkey Hayriye Altin Mahmud II AH1223/21 KM#638 Fine, plugged, as part of a small group (9) of World base metal and an Abraham Lincoln medal, some are fantasy pieces, in mixed grades (£35 - £55)

3826) USA Half Dime 1835 Large Date, Small 5c, Breen 2999 VF lightly toned, the obverse with some small tone spots (£40 - £60)

3802) Turkey Yuzluk Selim III AH1203/9 KM#507 Near Fine with a small edge crack (£20 - £40) 3803) USA (2) Quarter Dollar 1914S Breen 4216 VG, scarce, 5 Cents 1883 with CENTS Breen 2535 GVF (£70 - £90) 3804) USA Cent 1846 Small Date, Closed 6 Breen 1189 EF/GEF with some lustre (£50 - £100) 3805) USA Cent Talbot, Allum and Lee 1794 Breen 1047, Reverse: Earl Howe, London edge, 7.24 grammes, with the distinctive die break joining HOWE and & T, About Fine for wear the obverse with uneven surfaces (£50 - £100)

3825) USA Half Cent 1832 Breen 1572 VF (£90 - £120)

3827) USA Half Dime 1835 Large Date, Small 5c, Breen 2999 VF with grey tone (£40 - £60) 3828) USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1920 Tercentenary of the Pilgrim Breen 7448 EF (£60 - £80) 3829) USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1935S Arkansas Centennial Breen 7520 UNC with minor cabinet friction (£85 - £125) 3830) USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1936 Cleveland Centennial Great Lakes Exposition Breen 7538 Lustrous UNC (£80 - £100)

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3831) USA Halfpenny 1787 New Jersey, Obverse: short grips the highest of which points to the left upright of the N of NOVA, rather than below it, Reverse with medium, uneven shield in the style of Breen 892, Central top point of shield points to the upright of the B in PLURIBUS, 10.00 grammes, possibly a contemporary counterfeit, VG/Near Fine for issue and unusual (£50 - £100) 3832) USA Kentucky Halfpence token, Starry Pyramid, undated (17921794) Plain edge, Breen 1155 weight 9.56 grammes, Nearer VF than Fine, part of OUR and IS JUST are visible on the scroll (£60 - £80) 3833) USA One Cent 1801 Pointed first 1, Breen 1738, some weakness on UNITED and LIBERTY, otherwise Fine or better, the surfaces with some porosity (£70 - £100) 3834) USA One Cent 1861 Breen 1949 A/UNC with a small tone spot on the obverse rim (£50 - £75) 3835) USA One Cent Washington (2) undated, Bust left on both sides, Plain edge Breen 1204 About Fine, 1783 Large Military Bust, Reverse Liberty seated, left UNITED STATES Breen 1203 Fine/ About Fine (£70 - £140) 3836) USA Quarter Dollar 1854 O Breen 3997 NEF/EF with a slightly uneven , but colourful tone, the obverse with some contact marks (£50 - £100) 3837) USA Three Cents 1857 Heavy Date, Breen 2923 EF the reverse with some darker toning, scarce in this high grade (£40 - £60) 3838) World (3) Portuguese India Rupia 1912 2 over 1 KM#18 NVF with some contact marks and some scratches around the date, the overdate clear, German States - Baden Three Kreuzer 1830 with reversed 1 in date KM#191 GVF, German States - Frankfurt 3 Kreuzer 1855 as KM#334 with first T in STADT struck over a lower T, UNC with practically full lustre (£40 - £60)

Proxy Bid Auction -English Milled Coins (Lots 3839-3980) 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 Monday 3rd of June, when the sale will close.

3845) Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 NVF/ GF toned with some surface marks (£70 - £120) 3846) Crown 1887 ESC 296, Bull 2585 EF/GEF with a hint of golden toning (£75 - £100) 3847) Crown 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589, Davies 483 dies 1A, GEF/AU and lustrous (£90 - £120) 3848) Crown 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589, Davies 484 dies 1C GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£90 - £120) 3849) Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 NVF/VF toned with some contact marks (£70 - £100) 3850) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 VF/GVF toned (£75 - £125) 3851) Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 VG (£75 - £100) 3852) Crowns (2) 1818 LIX ESC 214, Bull 2009 GVF with some contact marks and a light golden tone, 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 NVF with some contact marks (£75 - £150) 3853) Crowns (2) 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 NVF, 1822 TERTIO ESC 252, Bull 2320 VG (£60 - £90) 3854) Crowns (2) 1892 ESC 302, Bull 2592 VF/GVF the reverse with some tone spots, 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 GVF/NEF the obverse with some uneven toning (£75 - £125) 3855) Crowns 1695 (2) the first with OCTAVO edge ESC 87, Bull 991, and with much double striking to both obverse and reverse legends, the second with edge legend worn both VG (£75 - £150) 3856) Dollar Bank of England 1804 First leaf to centre of E, C.H.K with stops between, Obverse C, Reverse 2 ESC 149, VF with a slightly uneven tone (£75 - £125) 3857) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse E Reverse 2, No stop after REX ESC 164, Bull 1951 Good Fine and toned, with signs of the underlying coin clearly visible in parts (£75 - £125) 3858) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse E Reverse 2, No stop after REX ESC 164, Bull 1951, Fine (£70 - £100) 3859) Double Florin 1889 ESC Lustrous UNC, the obverse with minor contact marks, a sharp and eye-catching example with plenty of eye appeal (£70 - £90) 3860) Double Florins (2) 1887 Arabic 1 ESC 395, Bull 2697 NEF/EF, 1888 ESC 397, Bull 2699 Bright EF with some hairlines (£50 - £100) 3861) Fantasy Crowns Edward VIII (2) 1936 by Hearn (Issued 1946) X#M2a UNC and lustrous with some toning, 1937 INA issue, Portrait facing left by Golder, the reverse in the style of the George V Wreath Crown, 24.02 grammes, UNC (£50 - £75) 3862) Farthing 1806 Incuse Dot on shoulder Peck 1398 GVF, and rare variety (£20 - £30)

3839) Crown 1662 Rose below bust, no date on edge ESC 15, Bull 340 Fine with a small stain on the obverse (£75 - £150)

3863) Farthing 1806 Portrait 2 with raised curls Peck 1397 A/UNC with traces of lustre (£30 - £60)

3840) Crown 1663 XV edge, ESC 22, Bull 353 VG (£70 - £100)

3864) Farthing 1873 High 3 in date, Freeman 524 dies 3+B, UNC and lustrous with some toning (£25 - £35)

3841) Crown 1671 Second Bust ESC 42, Bull 382 VG the reverse slightly better (£70 - £100) 3842) Crown 1682 the 2 overstruck with traces of underlying 1 as ESC 489A, Bull 494 About VG with some worn areas, Rare (£50 - £100) 3843) Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 NVF with some uneven toning, the surface with some corrosion (£75 - £150) 3844) Crown 1696 OCTAVO Third Bust ESC 94, Bull 1004 VG (£50 - £75)

3865) Farthings (2) 1873 Low 3 in date (3 touches linear circle) and high 3 in date (3 clear of linear circle) as Freeman 524 dies 3+B, both UNC and with partial lustre (£20 - £40) 3866) Florin 1893 ESC 876, Bull 2962, Davies 830 dies 1A, UNC and lustrous the obverse with some contact marks (£60 - £90) 3867) Florin 1896 ESC 880, Bull 2966, Davies 843 dies 2B, A/UNC and lustrous with an attractive golden tone (£40 - £80)

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3868) Florin 1900 ESC 884, Bull 2971 UNC or near so and toned, uneven in some places (£50 - £60)

3891) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755, Bull 3576 NEF with some contact marks and rim nicks (£50 - £100)

3869) Florin 1901 ESC 885, Bull 2972 UNC with considerable mint lustre retaining prooflike surfaces and with attractive and colourful tone in the legends (£85 - £125)

3892) Halfcrown 1921 ESC 768, Bull 3722, Davies 1678 Dies 3C UNC and lustrous the obverse with a small tone spot by the King’s beard (£60 - £80)

3870) Florin 1905 ESC 923, Bull 3581 Fine with grey tone, the obverse with some nicks (£40 - £80)

3893) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779, Bull 3739 VF/GVF and a key date (£75 - £100)

3871) Florin 1905 ESC 923, Bull 3581 VG or slightly better, Shilling 1905 ESC 1414, Bull 3591 VG, both Rare (£60 - £90)

3894) Halfcrown 1934 ESC 783, Bull 3747 EF with a few small spots (£50 - £70)

3872) Florin 1923 ESC 942, Bull 3774, Davies 1751, dies 3E, two edge nicks by BRITT otherwise UNC with practically full lustre (£30 £60)

3895) Halfcrowns (2) 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687, Fine/Good Fine the obverse with an old scuff, 1746 LIMA ESC 606 Good Fine with old toning and an old scratch on the reverse visible under magnification (£80 - £120)

3873) Florin 1927 Proof ESC 947, Bull 3779 nFDC retaining much original mint lustre (£50 - £75) 3874) Florins (2) 1883 ESC 859, Bull 2905 About VF, 1886 ESC 863, Bull 2911 VF with two gentle edge bruises (£50 - £100) 3875) Florins (5) 1849 NVF, 1857 Fine/Good Fine, 1878 Die Number 19 Fine, 1884 VF, 1903 GF/NVF (£75 - £100) 3876) Halfcrown 1676 ESC 478, Bull 471 VG/approaching Fine (£50 £75) 3877) Halfcrown 1681 TRICESIMO TERTIO ESC 486, Bull 491 VG Rare (£50 - £100) 3878) Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO ESC 494, Bull 749 About Fine with mottled toning and an edge bruise (£75 - £150) 3879) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, with pearls, Second L over M in GVLIELMVS ESC 503A, Bull 827 Near Fine/ About Fine with some weakness on the lower left of the shield, Rare (£75 - £125) 3880) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul only frosted, no pearls, as ESC 506, Bull 834 Near Fine/Fine, the reverse with an old scuff in the field (£60 - £100) 3881) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul and interior frosted, No Pearls, ESC 509, Bull 838 Bold Fine with an edge nick and light haymarking (£75 - £125) 3882) Halfcrown 1697 NONO Large Shields, Later Harp ESC 543, Bull 1060, VG (£30 - £50) 3883) Halfcrown 1707 SEPTIMO edge, Plain in angles and below bust, ESC 574, Bull 1366 Good Fine/Fine with pleasing old toning (£60 - £90) 3884) Halfcrown 1710 Roses and Plumes ESC 581, Bull 1372 Fine, the reverse with some adjustment lines (£70 - £120) 3885) Halfcrown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 117, Bull 1660 Near Fine (£50 - £100) 3886) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 NVF/VF (£70 - £100) 3887) Halfcrown 1816 ESC 613, Bull 2086 Bright GVF/NEF the obverse with some thin scratches (£80 - £100) 3888) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717, Bull 2769 EF with some contact marks below the bust (£80 - £120) 3889) Halfcrown 1888 ESC 721, Bull 2773, GEF/AU with some contact marks (£65 - £75) 3890) Halfcrown 1899 ESC 733, Bull 2785 UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse with some colourful toning at the top (£70 - £100)

3896) Halfcrowns (2) 1888 ESC 721, Bull 2773 NEF/EF and nicely toned, 1889 ESC 722, Bull 2774, Davies 647 dies 3C EF/GEF with toning and lustre, the reverse with a small tone spot (£50 - £100) 3897) Halfpenny 1696 Peck 641 Good Fine and bold, the flan with some slight porosity (£50 - £100) 3898) Maundy Fourpence 1953 S.4127 GEF nicely toned with some hairlines, Rare (£50 - £100) 3899) Maundy Odds (4) Threepences (2) 1707 ESC 2010, Bull 1499 VF/GVF, 1762 ESC 2033, Bull 2254 VF with some haymarking, Twopences (2) 1686 Small O in and inverted V in IΛCoBVS ESC 2192, Bull 805 Near Fine, 1903 GVF (£60 - £90) 3900) Maundy Set 1823 ESC 2427, Bull 2446 Fourpence NVF/VF with some contact marks, Threepence Good Fine with light graffiti on the obverse, Twopence EF the obverse with some hairlines, Penny VF the obverse with some flan flaws (£50 - £100) 3901) Maundy Set 1878 ESC 2491, Bull 3531 EF to A/UNC the Penny and Threepence with some contact marks and rim nicks, the Threepence a currency issue (£70 - £100) 3902) Maundy Set 1886 ESC 2500, Bull 3543 NVF to EF the Penny and Fourpence nicely toned, the Threepence possibly a currency issue (£50 - £100) 3903) Maundy Set 1887 ESC 2501, Bull 3544 NEF to A/UNC nicely toned, in a modern red Maundy Money box (£50 - £100) 3904) Maundy Set 1888 ESC 2502, Bull 3545 EF to A/UNC, the Fourpence with a thin scratch on the obverse (£50 - £100) 3905) Maundy Set 1889 ESC 2504, Bull 3547 NEF to GEF with some hairlines, the Threepence possibly a currency issue (£50 - £100) 3906) Maundy Set 1890 ESC 2505, Bull 3548 GVF to A/UNC the Threepence lustrous, possibly a currency issue, the Twopence nicely toned (£70 - £100) 3907) Maundy Set 1891 ESC 2506, Bull 3549 NEF to GEF with some contact marks, the set with a colourful matching tone, in a modern red Maundy Money box (£50 - £100) 3908) Maundy Set 1892 ESC 2507, Bull 3550 NEF to A/UNC , the Fourpence with grey tone, the Threepence lustrous, possibly a currency issue, the Penny and Twopence with gold tone (£50 £100) 3909) Maundy Set 1895 ESC 2510, Bull 3553 EF to UNC with some hairlines and small rim nicks, the Twopence with a thin scratch on the reverse (£80 - £100) 3910) Maundy Set 1896 ESC 2511, Bull 3554 GEF to A/UNC with matching tone, in a brown dated box, the lid detached (£80 - £120)

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3911) Maundy Set 1902 ESC 2517, Bull 3607 A/UNC with a colourful and matching tone (£50 - £100) 3912) Maundy Set 1907 ESC 2523, Bull 3613 EF to A/UNC with a hint of golden tone, the Penny with small rim nicks (£70 - £100) 3913) Maundy Set 1908 ESC 2524, Bull 3614 NEF to GEF, the Fourpence, Twopence and Penny lustrous, the Threepence a currency issue with some surface marks (£40 - £80) 3914) Maundy Set 1912 ESC 2529, Bull 3972 UNC and lustrous, the Penny with a touch of gold toning, an attractive set (£75 - £100) 3915) Maundy Set 1922 ESC 2539, Bull 3982 EF to GEF with some surface marks and small edge nicks (£70 - £100) 3916) Maundy Set 1929 ESC 2546, Bull 3989 EF to A/UNC with some light toning (£70 - £100) 3917) Maundy Set 1941 ESC 2558, Bull 4310 EF to A/UNC (£70 - £100) 3918) Maundy Set 1950 ESC 2567, Bull 4319 EF to A/UNC with matching tone (£70 - £100) 3919) Maundy Twopence 1826 reads TRITANNIAR (T over B) NVF toned (£20 - £30) 3920) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1816 ESC 979, Bull 2123 VF (£80 - £100) 3921) 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 (£80 - £100) 3922) Pennies (2) 1865 5 over 3 Freeman 50 dies 6+G NVF/VF, 1875H Freeman 85 dies 8+J Good Fine with some pitting, both scarce (£90 - £120) 3923) Pennies (2) 1921 Freeman 191 dies 3+B UNC or near so and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, 1831 .W.W Peck 1458 VG Rare (£40 - £60) 3924) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 Good Fine for wear with some surface corrosion as often, a rare date (£65 - £85) 3925) Penny 1849 Peck 1497 VG Very Rare, one of the key dates in the series (£40 - £80) 3926) Penny 1863 Open 3 in date unlisted by Freeman, Gouby 1863B, Satin 46, the variety confirmed by the 3 having a curved downward diagonal stroke, Poor and cleaned, the differing style of the 3 clear (£40 - £80) 3927) Penny 1904 as Freeman 159 dies 1+B with closed 9 in date, UNC/ AU with subdued lustre and some underlying colourful tone (£50 - £70)

3933) Shilling 1720 Plain in angles ESC1167, Bull 1568 VF with a pleasing and even grey tone, the reverse with some light scattered haymarking (£75 - £125) 3934) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, ESC 1176, Bull 1586 GVF lightly toned with some haymarking (£70 - £140) 3935) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, ESC 1176, Bull 1586 VF/GVF with a light haymark on the obverse by ET (£70 - £140) 3936) Shilling 1739 Roses as ESC 1201, Bull 1713, the T of A.T overstruck, T of ET overstruck and the following E overstruck, all letters blundered with the underlying figures unclear, Good Fine (£50 - £75) 3937) Shilling 1747 Roses ESC 1209, Bull 1728 Near VF with grey tone (£50 - £100) 3938) Shilling 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1735 EF and attractively toned, Sixpence 1757 ESC 1623, Bull 1764 EF the obverse with golden tone (£50 - £100) 3939) Shilling 1787 Hearts ESC 1225, Bull 2129 EF with old grey toning, Sixpence 1787 No Hearts NEF with a few light scattered haymarks (£50 - £100) 3940) Shilling 1825 Bare Head, Lion on Crown reverse ESC 1254, Bull 2405 A/UNC with an attractive grey tone and a few small rim nicks (£60 - £120) 3941) Shilling 1825 Laureate Head ESC 1253, Bull 2402 A/UNC and nicely toned, with two small scratches on the obverse by the first G of GEORGIVS (£80 - £120) 3942) Shilling 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409 A/UNC and lustrous with an attractive light golden tone (£75 - £125) 3943) Shilling 1853 ESC 1300, Bull 3002, A/UNC and lustrous with a pleasing blue and gold tone (£75 - £125) 3944) Shilling 1872 ESC 1324, Bull 3042 Die Number 72 EF with a gentle edge bruise (£40 - £60) 3945) Shilling 1873 ESC 1325, Bull 3043, Die Number 63 A/UNC and lustrous with some light tone in the legends (£80 - £100) 3946) Shilling 1906 as ESC 1415, Bull 2592, Davies Obverse 2A the R of EDWARDVS having a short tail A/UNC and lustrous with light contact marks, Rare, Threepence 1886 ESC 2093, Bull 3433 EF toned (£50 - £100) 3947) Shilling 1910 ESC 1419, Bull 3596 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£40 - £60) 3948) Shilling 1917 ESC 1427, Bull 3806 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£50 - £70)

3929) Penny 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C UNC with practically full lustre (£40 - £60)

3949) Shilling 1921 ESC 1431, Bull 3813, Davies 1807 dies 4E Obverse: Low relief head with I of GEORGIVS pointing to a space between two rim teeth, Reverse: Tuft on lion’s tail in closer to the M of IMP, the right leg of the N of IND points to a space between two rim teeth, the second scarcest die pairing of the five pairings known for this date EF/GEF, we note the example in the Peter Davies collection described as toned A/UNC realised £250 hammer price way back in our Auction A124 in February 2009 (£75 - £150)

3930) Shilling 1677 Second Bust ESC 1050, Bull 541 Near Fine with some weakness on the reverse as often (£50 - £100)

3950) Shilling 1925 ESC 1435, Bull 3823 About EF with some light toning (£20 - £40)

3931) Shilling 1707E Third Bust, the E below the bust thin and wiry, the 0 in date resembles a Q, Bull 1428, (see illustration Fig.13 in Bull page 198) Fine/About Fine with much of the obverse and reverse double struck, unusual (£30 - £60)

3951) Shilling 1928 ESC 1441, Bull 3832 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£50 - £70)

3928) 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 (£70 - £90)

3932) Shilling 1720 Plain in Angles ESC1167, Bull 1568 Good Fine and nicely toned (£30 - £60)

3952) Shillings (2) 1741 Roses ESC 1202, Bull 1717 Fine/Good Fine, 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724, Fine or better with some spots and light pitting (£50 - £100) 3953) Shillings (2) 1787 Hearts ESC 1225, Bull 2129 NEF (£40 - £60)

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3954) Shillings (2) 1866 ESC 1314, Bull 3027, Die Number 31 EF the obverse with golden tone, 1888 8 over 7 ESC 1353A, Bull 3140 GVF/NEF lightly toned (£40 - £70) 3955) Shillings (2) 1896 ESC 1365, Bull 3161, 1897 ESC 1366, Bull 1370 both UNC and lustrous (£65 - £85) 3956) Shillings (2) 1900 ESC 1369, Bull 3165, UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some minor contact marks, 1901 ESC 1370, Bull 3166, UNC/AU and lustrous (£65 - £85) 3957) Shillings 1879 (2) both ESC 1332, Bull 3053, Davies 910 dies 6B, Die Number 1 VG and Die Number 8 VG or slightly better, Sixpence 1879 ESC 1736, Bull 3237 Die Number 13 VG (£20 - £30) 3958) Sixpence 1693 ESC 1529, Bull 869 VG the reverse with a misty area (£30 - £60)

3977) Trade Dollar 1903 3 over 2 KM#T5 EF with some lustre, the Reverse lightly toned (£50 - £100) 3978) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 GVF with some contact marks and small spots, retaining small traces of lustre and with only a few small edge nicks (£90 - £120) 3979) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NVF with some contact marks, the edge with only a few small imperfections (£50 - £100) 3980) United Kingdom 5 Euros 2002 INA Fantasy Silver Patterns (2) each struck on thin flans and struck without a collar with diameters of 40mm and 41mm respectively, weights 22.31 and 22.26 respectively, the edges of the coin on one piece showing signs of an additional legend striking, both UNC with some lustre, stated by the vendor to be the only two known examples (£80 - £100)

3959) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533, Bull 1202 EF and lustrous with some light haymarking (£40 - £80) 3960) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533, Bull 1202 GVF/VF (£75 - £125) 3961) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533, Bull 1202 NEF toned with some double striking and signs of die clashing (£70 - £100) 3962) Sixpence 1698 Plain in angles ESC 1574, Bull 1243 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£80 - £120) 3963) Sixpence 1828 ESC 1665, Bull 2438 EF with grey toning and a gentle edge bruise (£75 - £125) 3964) Sixpence 1834 ESC 1674, Bull 2504 NEF with a flan flaw on the obverse (£80 - £100) 3965) Sixpence 1886 ESC 1748, Bull 3260 UNC and lustrous the obverse with some contact marks (£80 - £100) 3966) Sixpence 1906 ESC 1790 UNC and lustrous, with a couple of small rim nicks visible under strong magnification (£40 - £60) 3967) Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, deeply toned nFDC with minor friction to the reverse (£90 - £120) 3968) Sixpence 1926 First Head ESC 1813 UNC with minor cabinet friction and some small tone spots, much scarcer than catalogue values would suggest, as the 1926 Modified Effigy coin shows up much more frequently (£40 - £60) 3969) Sixpence William III 1696 First bust with a bird counterstamp on the reverse, Near Fine/Fine and unusual (£25 - £50) 3970) Sixpences (2) 1817 ESC 1632, Bull 2195, GEF, 1819 ESC 1636, Bull 2201, A/UNC the obverse lustrous, the reverse with uneven tone (£50 - £100) 3971) Sixpences (2) 1848 8 over 6 ESC 1693A, Bull 3183 VG, 1862 ESC 1711, Bull 3207 NVG, both very rare (£40 - £80) 3972) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 Lustrous UNC, seldom seen with lustre (£75 - £125) 3973) Third Guinea 1798 S.3738 VG with some scratches (£75 - £125) 3974) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141, Bull 3946 nFDC with grey and gold toning (£40 - £70) 3975) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141, Bull 3946 nFDC with some toning (£40 - £70) 3976) Threepences (2) 1887 Young Head ESC 2094, Bull 3434 UNC and lustrous, 1898 ESC 2110, Bull 3450 GVF (£30 - £40)

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