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Saturday Sale starts 12.30 pm Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 2) 1)

China (2), Imperial Chinese Government Tientsin-Pukow Railway Loan, Bond for £100, London 1908, large format, black & orange, GVF with coupons, China, Lung-Tsing-UHai Railway £20 Bond 1913 blue and black with coupons, NVF, USA Kentucky and Great Eastern Railway Company 1872 $1000 7% Gold Bond certificate VF with coupons, with tape on edges from previous mounting (£75 - £85)

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China, Chinese Government 1912 Gold Loan, 5 x bonds for £20, black and blue ornate design, with coupons, all around Fine (£50 - £75)

English Banknotes (lots 3 - 109) 3)

One Pound Bradbury 1914 T11 type 1 U/49 46022 VF or near so (£100 - £180)

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Ten Shillings Bradbury 2nd issue (1915) handstamped FORGED and DO NOT DESTROY. Without watermark and probably a trial and handstamped to avoid being passed into circulation. EX Spink Lot 1148, rare and unusual GVF (£200 - £400)

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Ten Shillings Bradbury T12.2 issued 1915 serial number E1/87 59591, VF or near so a pleasant collectable note (£120 - £180)

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One Pound Bradbury T16 issued 1917 serial F/1 825461 EF (£70 - £100)

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One Pound Bradbury Third Issue T16 Ireland in title & Dot in No. issue 1917 serial number D/20 143631, VF (£80 £130)

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One Pound Bradbury Third Issue T16 Waterlow Bros & Layton photogravure printing in Brown, Purple and Green and Dot in No. issue 1917 FIRST series prefix A/24 431942, VF or about with a set of pinholes to upper left and 3 small pinholes to centre right (£80 - £130)

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Ten shillings Bradbury T17 issued 1918 black serial A/8 296061, No. with dot, PMG 40 Extremely Fine (£300 - £400)

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Treasury 10 shillings Warren Fisher T26 Serial number D/56 756089 prefix D/56 No. with dash, issued 1919, VF or better (£80 - £140)

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Ten Shillings Warren Fisher T30 issued 1922 series N/48 349344, portrait King George V at right, (Pick358), VF (£50 - £80)

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One Pound Fisher T31, F1/79 388089 VG with two pinholes, Ten Shillings (4) Beale B266, T31Z 042232 About Fine with some folds, O’Brien (3) B286, A15 074453 (first series) NVF, B286, B24 810496 NVF, B286, B97 884152 About Fine with some light surface dirt (£45 - £65)

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One pound Warren Fisher T31 issued 1923 series E1/100 477730, EF (£70 - £110)

One pound Warren Fisher T24 issued 1919 last series X/10 106672, EF (£70 - £110)

Ten shillings Warren Fisher T25 issued 1919 serial number E/71 541550 (No. with dot), EF (£100 - £160)

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One Pound Warren Fisher T32 J1/95 066133 VF with some minor stains and once mounted with the bottom corners having a thin strip of card attached, Five Pounds O’Brien Lion and Key A66 615903 VF, Ten Pounds Gill 1988 issue HS51 559017 EF (£40 - £70)

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Ten shillings Warren Fisher T33 issued 1927 series W/56 765809, Northern Ireland in title, EF or near so (£80 - £140)

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Ten Shillings Bradbury De La Rue Red 1914 T9 A/1 501908 VF (£120 - £220)

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A collection in an album in order of presentation and with prefix for each Ten Shillings Hollom, FForde B295 64B and B310 C41N, One Pounds Beave B268 A40J,Page B322 HU06, Fforde B305 S32D,O’Brien B273 J43K, Five Pounds Page B336 CR78,Hollom B297 H07, One Pound Hollom B288 C06R, Five Pounds Page B336 AN08 1st series, Sonerset B343 EX06, Ten Pounds Page B326 C45, Five Pounds Lowther B393 JA62, One Pound Beale B268 B55C a high grade group generally AU-Unc (£80 - £140)

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One Pound Henry Hase 13th Feb 1821 serial No. 7275 ) FORGED) stamped four times across the front, Good (£100 - £180)

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One Pound Henry Hase 5th Sept 1820 serial No. 17250 B201b Poor Ex Spink Auction 19068 Lot 3362 Poor (£150 - £250)

One Pound Warren Fisher T34 issued 1927, series X1/5 317696, No. with dot, portrait King George V at right, Northern Ireland Issue, (Pick361a), VF (£50 - £80)

One Pound Warren Fisher T34 serial number Z1/91 410645 prefix Z1/91, control note, Northern Ireland issue 1927, Unc or near so (£120 - £180)

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Five Pounds Harvey London 20 March 1925 GVF perhaps better and pleasing B209a, 089/E 70058 (£220 - £320)

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Five Pounds Catterns London 3 August 1932 VF or better, 239/J 08357 (£250 - £400)

Ten shillings (2) Mahon B210 issued 1928 prefix X48 serial no X50 887415, and Catterns B223 serial number S04 147133 prefix S04 VF-EF (£50 - £100)

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Five Pounds Catterns White B228 London 25th July 1931 Very Good 114/J 60676 (£75 - £150)

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Ten shillings Mahon B210 issued 1928 series X84 745094, pressed VF (£60 - £100)

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Ten Shillings Mahon B210 Red-brown Britannia medallion issue 1928 serial number Y63 220224, VF or slightly better (£90 - £140)

Five Pounds Catterns White notes B228 London 17th March 1932 (2) a consecutively numbered pair serial numbers 179/J 68714 & 179/J 68715. GVF, have been folded and the 68714 with a hint of brown discolouration at the bottom edge (£350 - £500)

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One Pound Mahon B212 issued 1928 series A85 987227 Ex Spink sale 18049 Lot 2737 Good EF scuff mark right edge (£100 - £180)

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One Pounds Mahon 1928 B212 (2) Fine or better one with pinholes, Ten Shillings O’Brien B271 Fine, Royal Bank of Scotland One Pound 3.1.1985 VF (£30 - £50)

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One Pounds (8) Mahon B212 issued 1928 prefix F56, pressed GVF, Catterns B225 prefix 25 EF or better, B226, Peppiatt (4) B238 prefix 21Y EF, B239 prefix B07A VF, Mauve (2) B249 prefix A15D VF and W81H GVF, B258 prefix R46A EF, B260 prefix Z85A EF (£120 - £220)

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One Pounds Catterns B225 (2) EF-Unc, Peppiatt Blue (2) EF-Unc, Beale B268 mid series (6) EF-Unc including 2 consecutives, O’Brien B273 (4) Unc or near so, Page B323 Replacement MW01 057554 VF (£70 - £100)

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One Pound Catterns B226 Green Britannia medallion issue 1930 serial number 89A 530321, EF and scarce (£70 - £120) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


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Five Pounds Catterns White notes B228 London 31st August 1931 (2) a consecutively numbered pair serial numbers 131/J 32134 & 131/J 32135. GVF, have been folded and with some minor brown discolouration at the edges (£350 - £500)

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Five Pounds Catterns White notes B228 London 5th March 1932 (2) a consecutively numbered pair serial numbers 169/J 90969 & 169/J 90970. GVF, have been folded (£350 - £500)

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Ten Shillings Peppiatt B235 prefix J81 GVF, B236 prefix 39W EF, Peppiatt Mauve B251 X32D pressed VF, Beale B266 Z18Z prefix EF, O’Brien B271 D73Y prefix AU, B286 1st series A95 101932 AU, Hollom B294 1st series K97 219540 AU, B294 Y17 prefix AU, Fforde B307 89R prefix EF, B310 (2) A62N and C07N AU (£50 - £100)

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One Pounds (3) Peppiatt B239 prefix K70A AU (light centre fold), B249 blue (2) prefix B29E EF and K81E EF (£60 - £100)

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Five Pounds Peppiatt White London 20th August 1945 B241 GVF (pressed and looks better) K03 050931 (£80 - £120)

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Ten Pounds Peppiatt white B242 London 20 June 1938 L /107 64548, Pick 336 VF (£180 - £280)

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Twenty Pounds Catterns 20 Aug 1932 46/M 81585 and Ten Pounds Peppiatt 16 Sept 1935 K/154 33696 both Operation Bernhard forgeries F - VF Ex Spink Sale 19031 Lot 2398 (£150 - £250)

One Pound (8) Peppiatt Wartime Blue B249 10E 569085 VF pressed with tape residue on the reverse, O’Brien B273 Y88K 867625 Near Fine, Hollom B288 B39X 946497 VG, Somerset B341 (5) BS59 159903, DW17563247, DT24 976184, DX16 823026, DY14 973373 Fine to NVF, Ten Shillings (6) Peppiatt Wartime mauve B251 Y55E 200597 VG with much of the top of the note torn and missing, O’Brien B271 T20Y 509897 VG with some staining, O’Brien B286 D11 109921 VG, Hollom B295 07C 257424Good Fine, Fforde B310 (2) A53N 261866 and B58N 279378 VG, Royal Bank of Scotland One Pound (3) 1986 Issue VG, 1989 Issue NEF (2), Jersey One Pound Battle of Jersey VG, Guernsey One Pound Daniel de Lisle Brock VG (£12 - £20) One Pound Peppiatt Blue, Wartime issue (6) B249 E23H 800930 VF, E80H 219181 VF, K II D752000 Near Fine with pinholes, K56E 518142 VG with inked annotation, M25D 980490 Near Fine, M93E 634536 GVF, Ten Shillings Peppiatt Mauve, Wartime issue B251 (4) D04D 399759 VG, E91D 540666 Good Fine, K73D 945334 Near Fine, Z20D 837745 VG (£15 - £30)

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Five Pounds Peppiatt White Note thick paper B255 dated 19th November 1945 K81 074686, GVF looks better (£100 - £170)

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Bank of England 1 Pounds various designs and cashiers circa 1940’s to 1980’s (14) mixed grades average VF or about to GEF-about UNC comprising Peppiatt (2) including a Second Period B249 Blue/Pink World War II Emergency issue 1940 prefix B32E along with Third Period B258 Green Britannia Medallion Post-War Unthreaded issue continued 1948 prefix S21A, and a scarcer type. Beale B268 Green Britannia medallion threaded issue 1950 prefix T65C, possible original ink-transfer in printing small smudge, from what appears to be a part of some from the flourishes, near lower left serial number. O’Brien (5) consisting of Green Britannia medallion 1955 issues (2) including B273 prefix A78L and 274 Replacement issue serial number S77S 749116, this with minor repair & erasure and 2 pinholes. Together with QE2 portrait & Seated Britannia issues 1960 (3) consisting of B281 prefix L21, B282 prefix 66C and a B285 Replacement issue serial number M45 583595, this about UNC and pleasing. Hollom QE2 portrait & seated Britannia B288 issue 1963 prefix J45S. Fforde QE2 portrait & seated Britannia 1967 issues (2) consisting of B305 prefix S60J and B307 G Reverse prefix R71L. Page QE2 portrait & seated Britannia issues 1970 (2) including B320 prefix W69E and B322 prefix HU74. Also a Somerset QE2 pictorial & Sir Isaac Newton B341 Green W Reverse issue 1981 first series prefix AN15. A pleasing and collectable group (£60 - £100)

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Ten Shillings (5 ) Peppiatt B262 last series 74E 297174, Beale B265 61C prefix, O’Brien B286 D51 prefix, Hollom B295 36C prefix, B296 M45 prefix replacement a high grade group average AU (£50 - £100)

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Five Pounds Peppiatt White B264 dated London 26 June 1947 M54 050654 AU-Unc desirable thus (£150 - £250)

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Bank of England (53) One Pound (35) Beale B268 (7) includes first prefix sub-series A61C 881381, Beale B269 Replacement S16S 279977, O’Brien Britannia series A B273 (21) includes first prefix sub-series A08K 837710, O’Brien

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Series C Portrait B281 (2), Hollom B292 (1), Page B320 (1), Page B322 (2) mostly Fine to VF many have multiple folds, a few with inked numbers, Ten Shillings (18) Hollom B295 (2), Fforde B310 (16) a few Fine, mostly NVF to EF (£75 £100) 50)

One Pounds a collection in an album Beale B268 prefix C44C AU, B269 replacement S53S 714227 EF, O’Brien B273 prefix A91L AU, B274 replacement S16T 986600 VF, B281 prefix Y52 Unc, B282 prefix 08X Unc, B284 prefix B52N Unc, B285 replacement M59 460292 Unc, Hollom B288 prefix A31W AU, B289 replacement prefix M89 EF, B290 replacement 19M 498968 Unc, B292 G note Unc prefix C99W, B293 G note M04N 646821 Unc, Fforde B301 1st series B52A 686196 AU small stain, B302 replacement prefix M20R VF, B303 G note prefix E10Y Unc, B304 G note prefix M33N EF, B305 prefix T22J Unc, B306 replacement prefix R44M VF, B307 G note prefix R45B Unc, Page B320 Z55C prefix Unc, B321 replacement S98M 251528 and X11M 687385 both Unc, B322 prefix BN01 Unc, B323 replacement MS80 960853 and MW13 788077 both Unc, B322 1st series AN93 694142 AU and last HZ10 361509 Unc, B321 W50M 955081 Unc, B322 prefix HX84 Unc, B323 replacement MU01 695734 Unc, B337 Fine along with a BAF 10p, a cheque, a postal order, and three modern world notes (£120 - £220)

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Five Pounds Beale white B270 London 1 February 1950 P63 036116, Pick 344, VF (£50 - £80)

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Five Pounds Beale white B270 London 12 July 1949 N86 034670, Pick 344, VF (£50 - £80)

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Five Pounds Beale white B270 U13 068165 dated 14 March 1951 Good Fine with a small pencil annotation on the reverse, and a small crease on the lower right corner (£30 - £60)

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Five Pounds O`Brien white B276 London 19 September 1955, serial number A82A 012496, Pick 345, nVF small nick at top edge and penned number 110 in the obverse field (£45 - £75)

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Five Pounds O’Brien Lion & Key (4) average VF to about EF comprising B277 Shaded Symbol variety LAST series prefix serial number E13 240808. Along with the later 1961 B280 White Symbol variety (3) all FIRST series prefixes serial numbers H29 504070, H94 324243 and H94 860892. (£100 - £180)

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Five Pounds O’Brien Lion and Key (2) B277 D62 251801 prefix VF, B280 J31 824959 prefix EF (£40 - £60)

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Five Pounds O’Brien Lion and Key B277 D33 prefix EF one pinhole. One Pounds Peppiatt Blue B249 R09E prefix EF, Beale B268 U26B prefix AU, O’Brien B281 U13 prefix AU, Page B322 HT44 prefix AU and B337 B25 prefix Unc. Somerset B341 (2) AR11 and DW26 prefixes AU-Unc. Ten Shillings Peppiatt Mauve B251 D82D prefix EF, O’Brien B271 Z92X 528463 Unc and B286 first series A28 510559 Unc (£50 - £100)

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Five Pounds White Beale B270 dated 17th March 1949 M86 037179, EF and pleasing, Five Pounds O’Brien Lion and Key H15 prefix VF. One Pounds (13) Peppiatt Blue J93D Good, O’Brien 1955 B273 VF, One Pound Page B322 prefix CR47 Unc and Newton 1978 B337 and 339 (6) EF- Unc and Somerset (5) EF-Unc. Ten Shillings O’Brien 1955 B271 VF and Hollom 1963 B294 EF (£100 - £160)

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Five Pounds White Beale B270 dated 24th November 1951 W33 057487, VF two small holes at centre (£50 - £80)

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Five Pounds O’Brien Lion and Key 1961 B280 H64 387822 Unc (£40 - £60)

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One Pound O’Brien Series A Britannia B273 (17) comprising K05L 974020 (last series) EF, K65K 969687 to K65K 969695 inclusive consecutives (9) UNC or very near so with counting flicks, and a group (7) of consecutives and near consecutives H59L 747605, H59L 747606, H59L 747607, H59L 747610, H59L 747612, H59L 747613 and H59L 747615 A/UNC to UNC with counting flicks, in a Midland Bank paper band (£30 - £60)

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One Pound Hollom B288 Green issue and a LAST series serial number B06Y 495269, AU. (£20 - £35)

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Ten Shillings (66) Hollom B294 (50) prefixes ranging from M29 to Z54, Hollom B295 (15) prefixes ranging from 39A to 80H mostly EF to UNC includes some consecutives, and Fforde B309 (1) NVF (£150 - £300)

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Ten Shillings Fforde (135) B309 (68) prefixes ranging from 67S to 87Z, B310 (59) prefixes ranging from A08N to D37N (last series), B311 Replacements (8) with prefixes ranging from M62 to M77 largely GVF to UNC (£55 - £90)

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Five Pounds O’Brien white B275 dated 23 March 1955 serial number Z28 006928 prefix Z28, Fine (£40 - £70)

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Five Pounds O`Brien white B276 London 12 January 1956, serial number B82A 039942, Pick 345, VF (£50 - £80)

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Bank of England in an album (23) Ten Pounds Fforde B316 A51 788316 VF with inked annotation, Five Pounds (2) O’Brien Helmeted Britannia B277 A67 829117 VG, O’Brien Helmeted Britannia B280 H36 61063.7 Fine with number written on the reverse, One Pound (17), Catterns B225 M43 070183 Fine with typewritten number 7 at the top and an edge tear, Peppiatt One Pound Fourth period 1948-1949 B260 (4) A62B 772393 Fine with a small pinhole at top left, B59B 431524 Fine with edge nick and foxing at the top, D78B 804129 Fine, T02A Near VF, Pappiatt Wartime Blue B249 (5) B06D 454724 VG repaired, B95H 909895 About Fine, J86E 479818 VG, M22H 853838 Fine with written annotations on both sides, M84E 498129 VG, Beale B268 (4) J95C 113479 About Fine, J99C 094360 Near Fine with pencil annotation, E55C 771938 Fine with an edge nick and a tiny hole by ‘of’, inked annotations on both sides, N79C 107077 Fine with a staple hole, O’Brien Britannia B273 (2) S46K 879954 Fine with inked annotation, K63K 304996 Fine with small edge nicks and pencil annotation. O’Brien Series C Portrait B281 First series A91 915631 Fine with some foxing, Ten Shillings (3) Peppiatt Wartime Mauve B251 X08E 958782 VG, O’Brien B271 L66Y 969393 Good Fine with some foxing, Fforde B310 B17N 258467 NVF with some folds and a hint of foxing (£100 - £300)

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One Pound Page B322 HR62 prefix (100) consecutive numbers AU-Unc (£150 - £200)

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Five Pounds Page 1971 B324 VF and Wellington 1971 B332 EF, B334 AU and B336 AU, Gill B353 GEF, Kentfield B364 AU, Lowther B393 (6) HB23 prefix then (5) consecutives HB01 091801 to 805 AU-Unc, Bailey B398 (2) one being column sort EL2 prefix Unc, Cleland B414 (2) consecutives Churchill reverse Unc, along with One Pound Somerset AR73 179332 EF (£100 - £180)

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Ten Pounds (3) Page 1971 B326 GVF and 1975 Nightingale B330 L28 prefix AU, Gill 1988 B354 EF (£50 - £80)

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Ten Pounds (5) Page Lion and Key reverse B326 C21 658562 Fine, Page Lion and Key reverse replacement B327 M04 067485 VF with some light creases, Gill B354 (3) HZ18 731411 to HZ18 731413 a run of 3 consecutives UNC or near so with minor counting folds, Five Pounds Gill B353, RE29 131942 Fine, Ten Shillings Fforde B310, C27N 103802 NVF with some folds (£60 - £80)

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Ten Pounds (9 ) Page 1971 B327 replacement M08 GVF, B330 H71 prefix AU, Somerset 1984 Nightingale B348 GVF, Gill B354 DZ62 GEF, Kentfield B359 EF, B366 AU, Lowther B382 VF, B390 EF, Bailey B400 AU (£120 - £200)

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Twenty Pounds (2) Page B328 A37 910221 , Ten Pounds Lowther Dickens 1999 B382 First Run KL01 837396, Five Pounds Lowther Fry 2002 B393 JA76 prefix, One Pounds Hollom replacement B289 M73 prefix and B292 21M prefix, Page replacements (2) 1970 B321 S66M prefix and B323 MT19 prefix, Ten Shillings O’Brien B286, Hollom B294 and B296 replacement M32 prefix, BAF 3 Pence (1946) Pick M9 all Unc or near so (£100 - £200)

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Twenty Pounds (5 ) Page Shakespeare 1970 B328 A17 666897, Gill 1991 B358 A04 prefix, Kentfield 1991 B371 J41 prefix, Lowther 1999 Shakespeare B386 DA80 prefix,

Bailey 2007 B405 first run AA01 439554, Ten Pounds (3) Fforde 1967 B316 A56 prefix, Hollom 1971 B326 C62 prefix, Lowther 2000 B390 first run AA01 006720, Five Pounds (7) Hollom 1963 E77 prefix, Fforde 1967 B312 X502 prefix and B314 12B prefix, Somerset 1980 B343 DZ25 prefix, Gill Stephenson 1990 B357 B81 prefix, Kentfield 1993 B363 AA06 prefix, Lowther B393 2002 HA01 prefix a high grade group all AU-Unc (£250 - £450) 75)

Five Pounds Page (4) B332 (3) B14 025588 Fine, C64 248222 NVF, H84 844579 NVF and B334 (1) 89N 818020 NEF, One Pound (47) Beale B268 (1) NVF, O’Brien B273 (1) Fine or better with some folds, O’Brien BB282 (1) NVF, Hollom B288 (6) GVF to EF includes J76S 413972 and J76S 413973 consecutives EF with folds, Fforde B305 (1) EF, Page (16) B320 (15) prefixes W32E to Z83H includes Z37B 600000 Good Fine with some folds, and Y84E 819400 (highest prefix number) NEF, this group mostly VF to EF, Page B321 W22M GEF with heavy counting flick, Somerset B341 (20) Prefixes ranging from AT28 to CY79 includes radar number CW22 449944 About EF, this group mostly EF to UNC includes some consecutives (£175 - £275)

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One Pound Somerset Newton 1981 (100) two runs of consecutive numbers mostly DX79 with a few DS84 prefixes AU-Unc (£150 - £200)

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Twenty Pounds Somerset (2) B350 Shakespeare H49 042866 GEF with counting flicks, B351 Shakespeare 55J 822863 GEF with counting flicks, Ten Pounds Somerset B346 (2) X55 522216 and X55 522217 GEF and A/UNC the first with a tiny tear on the top edge, Five Pounds Somerset B343 (4) JT43 884302 and JT43 884303 consecutives GEF, LT28 880330 GEF, LT36 367884 GEF (£80 - £150)

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Twenty Pounds Somerset B351 30A 920589 VF, Five Pounds (3) Somerset 1980 B343 Unc, Kentfield 1993 B364 AC55 340643 VF, Lowther B393 HA13 092383 Unc. One Pounds (10) Peppiatt 1934 B238 AEF and 1948 B260 first series S63A pressed EF, Beale 1950 B268 AU, O’Brien 1955 B273 Z76K AU and Y35J GVF, Hollom 1963 B288 Unc and B292 C60W 641908 AU, Page B322 EF and 1978 B337 A01 004149 first run Unc, Somerset 1981 B341 BU23 Unc. Ten Shillings (12) O’Brien 1955 B271 Y09X 418647 pressed VF, Hollom 1963 B295 (3) VF-Unc and replacement B296 M28 713731 VF, Fforde 1967 B309 (3) F-Unc, B310 (3) Unc or near so. B311 replacement M79 AU. Along with First £1 Note 1797-1997 200th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Cover includes Somerset £1 CT19 176954 and a One Pound coin Unc (£100 - £200)

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Twenty Pounds (2) Gill Shakespeare 1988 B355 05 M prefix and Bailey Elgar 2004 B402 column sort BL22 639181 both Unc, Ten Pounds Lowther Dickens 1999 B382 KL77 prefix EF, Five Pounds Lowther Fry 2002 HB01 prefix Unc, One Pounds Hollom B288 first series B11N EF mid series (3) AuUnc, Page 1970 B323 replacement MU16 prefix Unc, Page B320 (1) near Fine, B322 (4) VF-Unc, Ten Shillings Hollom B294 and B296 replacement M28 prefix AU (£60 - £110)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 GVF, Kentfield 1994 Faraday B375 (2) VF-EF, Lowther 1999 Elgar (2) B386 AU and B387 replacement LL30 959879 EF, Bailey 2004 B402 (4) AU Unc, John current issue Unc (£250 - £350)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse 01L 429407 scarce First run (March 1988) AU to UNC (£120 - £220)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse 01L 429410 scarce First run (March 1988) AU to UNC (£120 - £220)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse 01L 429500 scarce First run (March 1988) AU to UNC, with a small imperfection by the lower serial number (£120 - £220)

Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse 01L 429408 scarce First run (March 1988) AU to UNC (£120 - £220)

Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse 01L 429409 scarce First run (March 1988) AU to UNC (£120 - £220)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive group of 5 notes, 01L 429485 to 01L 429489 inclusive (March 1988) AU to UNC (£600 - £1,100)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive group of 5 notes, the first two notes with a slightly uneven lower edge, 01L 429480 to 01L 429484 inclusive (March 1988) AU to UNC (£600 - £1,100)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive pair 01L 429411 and 01L 429412 (March 1988) AU to UNC (£240 - £440)

Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive group of 5 notes, 01L 429490 to 01L 429494 inclusive (March 1988) AU to UNC (£600 - £1,100)

Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive group of 5 notes, 01L 429495 to 01L 429499 inclusive (March 1988) AU to UNC (£600 - £1,100)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive pair 01L 429413 and 01L 429414 (March 1988) AU to UNC (£240 - £440)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive pair 01L 429419 and 01L 429420 (March 1988) AU to UNC (£240 - £440)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive pair 01L 429415 and 01L 429416 (March 1988) AU to UNC (£240 - £440)

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Fifty Pounds (2) Gill Wren 1988 B356 F-VF, Salmon Boulton and Watt B410 AA01 147941 Unc (£120 - £160)

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Five Pounds Gill 1990 B357 A48 prefix AU, One Pounds Peppiatt Blue 1940-48 B249 (10) average VF, O’Brien, Hollom and Fforde one of each B282, B288 and B305 these EF, Page B340 EF and Somerset B341 (11) Unc or near so some consecutive. Ten Shillings (13) from circulation Hollom and Fforde (£75 - £150)

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Fifty Pounds (3) Kentfield 1991 B361 E07 307480, Lowther 1991 B385 M01 866220, Bailey 2006 B404 M18 325376 all Unc or near so (£200 - £300)

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Twenty Pounds Kentfield - Faraday (2) B371 with crown at top right corner E44 863832 EF, Faraday B375 with £20 at top right corner AJ42 259578 EF, Ten Pounds Kentfield - Dickens (2) B369 JD17 030701GEF and JB60 758519 GEF with a small mark in the lower margin (£40 - £80)

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Five Pounds Lowther (28) Replacement notes with cut halo area below the left serial number B396 (28) includes many consecutives LL78 925364, LL85 842104, LL87 845773 and LL87 845774 consecutive pair, LL87 845753 LL87 845754 and LL87 845755 consecutive trio, and a consecutive run of 21 notes LL87 845788 to LL87 845809 inclusive, all UNC (£280 - £350)

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Twenty Pounds Gill B355 Shakespeare Reverse a scarce first run consecutive pair 01L 429417 and 01L 429418 (March 1988) AU to UNC (£240 - £440)

100) Five Pounds Lowther (98) Replacement notes with cut halo area below left serial number B396 (96) includes many consecutives LL48 853857, LL48 853862, a consecutive trio LL54 865838 to LL54 865840, LL54 865843, LL54 865845, LL54 865848, LL54 865850, a consecutive pair LL56 865861 and LL56 865862, a consecutive trio LL56 865864 to LL56 865866, a consecutive pair LL56 865868 and LL56 865869, LL56 961068 (this NEF with some folds), LL62 840981, LL63 866024 (this GEF), LL67 842091, a consecutive quartet LL68 879042 to LL68 879045 inclusive, LL70 842105, a matching serial number pair LL70 842099 and LL85 842099, LL74 842113, LL74 842125, LL78 863478 (this EF), LL78 863559, a consecutive pair LL79 871175 and LL79 871176, radar number LL79 871178, a consecutive trio LL87 845731, LL87 845732 and LL87 845733, a consecutive run of 15 More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


notes LL87 845738 to LL87 845752 inclusive, a consecutive run of 17 notes LL87 845756 to LL87 845772 inclusive, a consecutive run of 5 notes LL87 845775 to LL87 845779, a consecutive run of 7 notes LL87 845871 to 845787, LL87 845804, a consecutive run of 5 notes LL87 845850 to LL87854, a consecutive run of 9 notes LL87 845860 to LL87 845868 A/UNC to UNC includes many pristine examples, Five Pounds Lowther column sort, with full halo B393cs DL31 895698 EF with central fold, Five Pounds Lowther cut halo B395 HC23 990099 Binary repeater number UNC (£980 - £1,100) 101) Ten Pounds (8) Bailey B398 (2) KB31 758636 NEF, KB74 960349 GVF, Salmon B408 (4) LB61 968080 GVF with some folds, KJ39 581317 and KJ39 581319 and KJ39 581320 consecutives all GEF with one central fold, Cleland B411 (2) LH12 530829 first series A/UNC and MD04 475559 UNC, Bailey Five Pounds (10) JH79 674478, LC22 115831 and LC22 115382 consecutives, LC22 115834 to LC22115840 a run of 7 consecutives all GEF with a central fold, One Pound Hollom B288 (5) includes D12W 588060 to D12W 588063 a run of 4 consecutives About UNC with a slight crease to the right of the Queen on each note, and D95W 011993 A/UNC, One Pound Page B322 About UNC with a counting flick, One Pound Somerset B341 (6) DY08 654324 Fine, CW14 908064 to CW14908068 a run of 5 consecutives UNC, Ten Shillings (9) Hollom B294 (2) Y53 591715 Fine and Y83 641905 Fine, Fforde (7) B309, 80Z 517196 Fine, B310, B05N 118413 Fine, B84N 942171 GEF, B84N 942183 Fine, C17N 459738 NF, C32N 722636 Fine, and C76N 587351 Good Fine (£120 - £200) 102) Fifty Pounds Bailey Houblon 2006 B404 AU, Twenty Pounds Kentfield 1994 Faraday B375 (2) AA18 872005 and AA18 872003 Unc, Ten Pounds Kentfield Dickens 1993 B369 DD48 prefix Unc, Ten Pounds Cleland current issue EF, Five Pounds Gill B353 prefix SE85 EF (£140 - £180) 103) British Armed Forces (6) Sixpence (1946) Pick M11 (4) EF or near so and Shilling (1946) Pick M12 (2) EF (£60 - £100) 104) Cheque/Bill of Exchange Bristol City Bank (James Ireland, Philip Protheroe, Henry Bengrough, Joseph Haythorne & Matthew Wright) (2) 17 Feb 1794 (2) one for £177 and the staggering amount at the time of £2,600 VG-Fine (£75 £150) 105) Twenty Pounds Bailey 2004 B402 serial DH80 388740 error Queen’s Portrait totally absent EF small tear at top (£150 - £200)

106) Cardigan 1 guinea dated 18xx (1830-90) an unissued remainder, (Outing 427b), EF or better (£50 - £80) 107) Provincial One Pound Huddersfield Commercial Bank , Benjamin & Joshua Ingham 12th October 1813, Grant 1431, VG with and inked annotation on the reverse and some unevenness around the edges, nevertheless an interesting early provincial note, comes with old envelope from the vendor in which the note was discovered (£75 £150) 108) Milford & Pembrokeshire Bank £1 dated 1807 for Chas. Phillips, Thos. Philipps & Co., (Outing 1431b) pinholes & edge wear, Fine (£80 - £140) 109) Travellers Cheques District Bank LTD Manchester (10) being two of each £2,£5,£10,£20 and £50 undated, unissued and CANCELLED AU-Unc (£10 - £30)

World Banknotes (lots 110-247 ) 110) Aruba 5 Florin 1990 Pick 6 Unc, Bohemia and Moravia 1 Koruna 1940 Pick 3a Unc, Bolivia (2) 10 Bolivianos 1929 Pick 112 and 50 Bolivianos 1928 Pick 28 F - VF, Cape Verde 100 Escudos 20.1.1977 Pick 54a Unc, Croatia 1,000 Kuna 1941 Pick 4AU, Djibouti 1,000 Francs 1979-88 Pick 37 Unc, Fiji Dollar 1974 Pick 71a AU, Finland 20 Markkaa 1993 Pick 122 Unc, The Gambia 5 Dalasis (1972-86) signature 4 Pick 5b a scarce signature, Guinea 500 Sylis 1980 Pick 27 Unc, Iceland Rikissjod Island Krona 1941 Fine, Iceland 5 Kronur 15.4.1928 Pick 27 EF, Libya 10 Dinars (2) 1980 VF and 1984 EF, Malaya 1.7.1941 (2) 5 Cents EF and Dollar VF with stains, Morocco 5 Francs (1924) Pick 9 Fine, Nepal 100 Rupees (1961) Pick 15 VF, Norway 50 Kroner 1990 Pick 42 Unc, Oman Rial (1977) P17 VF, Peru 100 Soles 13.3.1964 Pick 86 EF, Rwanda 2014 issues 2,000 and 5,000 Francs Pick 40 and 41 both Unc (£160 - £260) 111) Asia generally China and Japan with some pre WW II issues, others include Japanese Occupation currency WW II and fantasy notes (lot) (£25 - £50) 112) Australia Commonwealth Five Dollars Coombs and Randall 1969 Pick 39b GVF, 2 Dollars 1968 Phillips and Randall Pick 38c EF, 2 Dollars 1972 Phillips and Wheeler Pick 38d Unc, Dollar 1966 Coombs and Wilson Pick 37a Unc, Dollar 1968 Coombs and Randall Pick 37b EF, Dollar Phillips and Randall 1969 Pick 37c AU, Dollar 1972 Phillips and Wheeler Pick 37d Unc (£120 - £220)

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116) Canada Dollar 1867-1967 AU, Jason Islands (10) issued 1970’s Len Hill portrait, penguin at left, 50p, £1, £5, £10 and £20 two of each denomination UNC, Mauritius 5 Rupees ND(1967) Pick 30d Unc, Rhodesia Reserve Bank $2 1.3.1976 Unc, Rhodesia & Nyasaland £1 dated 25th March 1960 signed Grafftey Smith, Pick21a, aVF small tear at bottom, Russia 20 Rubles 2017 Unc, USA Dollar Silver Certificate Series 1935 E Unc or near so (£50 - £100)

113) Austrian Notgeld (circa 100), along with World notes (32) mixed grades some Unc including Bank of England One Pounds (2) Page and Somerset and 10/- Hollom, Russia (4) 1898 - 1909, Germany (3) 5 Marks 1904 the others inflation period, France earlier issues (1939 or later) (3), the rest more recent lower denomination issues (£20 - £40)

117) Cayman Islands Currency Board Specimen Set 1974 Pick CS1 comprising 7 notes as follows: $100 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Seacoast view of George Town, $50 A/1 000000 signature Jefferson, Reverse: Government House, $40 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Pirate’s Week Festival, $25 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Compass and map of the Islands, $10 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: A beach scene, $5 A/1 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Sailboat, and $1 A/3 000000 signature Johnson, Reverse: Fish and coral. (Specimen issues of Pick 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, and 5). All dated 1974, the obverse with portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing, turned to the left, and with watermark Tortoise. The $100, $40 and $10 have SPECIMEN in black, the $50, $25, $5 and $1 have SPECIMEN in red, All crisp UNC and contained in the Cayman Islands Currency Board plastic sleeve with gold lettering as issued, a very rare set with only 300 issued, very seldom offered as a complete set, our research has shown that far fewer Specimen sets of 1974 show up than the later sets of 1991 and 1996 which have the same mintage (£500 - £1,000)

114) Bermuda 5 Shillings 1st May 1959, serial number X/1 188886 Pick 18b, PMG 66 EPQ desirable thus (£75 - £125)

115) Bosnia - Herzegovina 1,000,000 Dinara 1993 Pick 35 and 100,000,000 Dinara 1993 Pick 37, Columbia 1,000 Pesos 1.7.1995 Pick 438, Costa Rica 2,000 Colones 2.9.2009 Pick 275, Cuba 20 Pesos 1960 Pick 80c, Egypt 10 Pounds 1973 Pick 46, 10 Piastres Pick 181 and 5 Piastres Pick 185, Germany Fed Rep 5 Marks 1980 Pick 30b, Gibraltar Twenty Pounds 1.12.2006 Pick 33, Jamaica $2 1976 Pick 60b, Kuwait 1/2 Dinar 1992 Pick 18, Netherlands 1.7.1997 Pick 99, New Zealand 10 Dollars (1994) Pick 182b, Nicaragua 500 Cordobas series F (1985) Pick 142 low number 0000102, Nigeria 500 Naira 2002 Pick 30a, Norway 50 Kroner 1990 Pick 42, Papua New Guinea 10 Kina Pick 30 and 20 Kina 2008 Pick 36 a high grade group AU-Unc (£100 - £160)

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118) China, Swatow Commercial Bonds Association 20 dollars dated January 1935 series No.011173, Pick unlisted, a private issue, PMG 25 (£100 - £175)

123) Dominican Republic SPECIMEN Set 1,5,10,20,50,100,500 and 1,000 Peso Oro 1978 red or black SPECIMEN printed across the front all serial number 009835 Unc (£50 - £100) 124) East Africa Five Shillings Nairobi 14 June 1939 Fine Pick 28a, France 100 Francs 21.9.1939 VF with some light brown stains, French Indo China 5 Piastres ND(1932) Pick 53 Fine, Malta One Pound 1949 (1951) Pick 22 VF, Mauritius Fifty Rupees ND(1967) signature 4 Pick 33c VF (£30 - £50) 125) East Caribbean States (3) Dollar 1965 Pick 13d signatures 5 serial B36 394487, Dollar 1988-89 Pick 21 serial A640494G, Ten Dollars 1993 Pick 27 serial A424190A all Unc (£35 - £55) 126) Egypt - Central Bank of Egypt (2) both Royal issues with serial number 0000007 as follows Two Hundred Pounds 2015 issue dated 2015/12/8 Pick 77 About UNC, One Hundred Pounds 2015 issue dated 2015/10/28 About UNC (£100 - £125)

119) China, The National Industrial Bank of China 1 yuan issued HANKOW 1931 series M579428, Pick531g, PMG 15 Choice Fine )Hole) (£100 - £175)

127) Egypt - Central Bank of Egypt (7) a group of Royal issues all with serial number 0000004 as follows: Two Hundred Pounds 2009 issue Pick 68 dated 2009/7/27 a small crease on the left of the top edge, otherwise UNC, One Hundred Pounds 2009 issue dated 2009/11/30 Pick 67 counting flicks on the top edge otherwise UNC, Fifty Pounds 2009 issue Pick 66 dated 2009/9/14 UNC, Twenty Pounds 2009 issue Pick 65 dated 2009/8/13 UNC, Ten Pounds 2009 issue Pick 64 dated 2009/4/29 Five Pounds 2008 issue Pick 63 dated 2008/9/4 a small crease on the top edge otherwise UNC, One Pound 2017 issue dated 2017/11/28 UNC (£300 - £400)

120) China, The Provincial Bank of Shantung 5 yuan issued TSINAN 1925 series A639462, Picks2758a, PMG 20 Very Fine (£25 - £40) 121) China, The Shantung Min Sheng Bank 10 yuan issued 1943 series A448898, Picks2744, PMG 58 Choice About Unc (£30 - £50) 122) Croatia 100,000 Dinara 1993 Unc, Czechoslovakia 100 Korun 1961 Fine, 500 Korun 1973 (2) both Fine, Greece 1,000 Drachmai 1928 (old date 1926) (3) all Fine, 500 Drachmai 1982 (2) VF-EF, 1,000 Drachmai 1970 (2) F-VF, 1,000 Drachmai 1987 AU, 5,000 Drachmai 1984 aEF, Hungary 200 Florint 1998 aEF 1,000 Florint 2017 (2) both Unc (£20 - £30) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


128) Egypt Five Piastres Colour Trial (undated, 1940) an uncut 2x2 sheet of four notes Obverse and Reverse, with no serial numbers or signature UNC (£230 - £300)

135) ERROR Egypt Five Pounds as Pick 63 Proof on yellow paper, with no print on back a tear-off with around a third of the right hand part note remaining, no serial number on the right side VF and unusual (£35 - £50) 136) ERROR Egypt Paper print banknotes (5) for 2007-2009 issues Twenty Pounds, Ten Pounds, Five Pounds, One Pound and 25 Piastres, the Twenty Pounds, Ten Pounds and Five Pounds with security threads and watermark, no colour or design VF to EF with light pencil annotations, unusual (£80 - £125)

129) Egypt Five Piastres undated, a Proof pair black print on acetate, signature Salah Hamed About EF (£80 - £125) 130) Egypt Five Pounds 1952 issue Pick 31 very low serial number 000045 EF or better with some staining on the reverse, a rare early issue (£160 - £225)

137) Ethiopia (8) Fifty Dollars (1966) P28 Fine, 100 Dollars (1966) Pick 29 (2) one VF the other better, 10 Birr (1976) Pick 32 (5) F-VF (£40 - £60) 138) France a high grade group (31) 100 Francs 19.12.1946 (1), 10 Francs 1974 Pick 150a (1), 20 Francs 1980-97 Pick 151 (12), 50 Francs 1994-99 Pick 157A (15), 100 Francs 1997 Pick 158 (1), 200 Francs 1997 Pick 159 (1) generally AU-Unc some consecutive (£130 - £180) 139) French Indo-China 5 Piastres ND(1932) Pick 53 Fine but with several holes, 20 Cents ND(1939) Pick 86d AU (2), 10 Cents ND(1939) Pick 85d AU-Unc (9) including consecutives. French Equatorial Africa 10 Francs Caisse Centrale De La France Libre Pick 11 Fine a little dirty and with pinholes. French West Africa 1,000 Francs 8.3.1951 Fine or better with a few pinholes Pick 42 (£100 - £160) 140) Gambia 2015 issues 5,10,20,50,100 and 200 Dalasis Pick 31 to Pick 36 Unc (£20 - £30) 141) German East Africa 50 Rupien dated 1905, Kaiser Wilhelm portrait, No.14513, Pick3b, about Fine (£80 - £140)

131) Egypt Five Pounds Proof Pick 63 undated, with no serial numbers, cut from a sheet, showing a central section from one complete note with around one third of an additional note above and around two-thirds of an additional note below, uncut as one piece, UNC and unusual (£75 - £125) 132) ERROR Egypt - Central Bank of Egypt Ten Pounds 2019 issue dated 2019/9/10 Pick 73i error with no serial number to the right, EF a very unusual and desirable error note (£60 - £100) 133) ERROR Egypt - Central Bank of Egypt Twenty Pounds 2017 issue dated 2017/10/30 Pick 74 with the Muhammed Ali mosque design also printed on the reverse, over the reverse design, an unusual and eye-catching error VF with an inked annotation at the left on the obverse (£130 - £200) 134) ERROR Egypt - United Arab Republic paper print banknotes with no design, watermarks only, (2) the first an uncut sheet of 2x Five Piastres, the second an uncut sheet of 4x Ten Piastres, size approximates to 1998-1999 issues, NEF and unusual (£100 - £150)

142) Germany 10 Marks 6.10.1906 Pick 9b VG, 100 Marks 1.7.1898 Pick 20 about Fine, 50 Marks 21.4.1910 Pick 41 Fine, 1 Million Marks 25.7.1923 Pick 93 EF, 10 Million Marks 25.7.1923 Pick 96 AU, 20 Million Marks 1.7.1923 Pick 118 EF, 500 Million Marks 26.11.1923 Pick 127 Fine. Sudentenland 20 Marks 28.4.1945 Pick 187 AU. Federal Republic 10 Marks 1949 Pick 16 VF (£75 - £150) 143) Germany Federal Republic (2) 10 Marks 1980 Pick 30d and 20 Marks 2.1.1970 Pick 32a both Unc or near so (£30 - £50) 144) Gibraltar Five Pounds 2000 Millennium Commemoratives Pick 29 (7) Unc some being consecutives (£70 - £100) 145) Guernsey One Pound 1.3.1962 Pick 43b (2) both VF, One Pound ND(1980 - 89) signed Bull Pick 48a Unc, One Pound 1991 Pick 52 (2) signatures Brown and Clark both Unc, £5 ND(1990-95) Pick 53 signed Brown VF, £10 ND(1995) Pick 57 signed Trestain Unc,£20 ND(1996) Pick 58 signed Trestain Unc, £5 2000 Millennium Commemorative Pick 60 Unc (6) including consecutives (£120 - £180) 146) Guernsey One Pound 1st June 1959 and 10/- 1st January 1961 both Fine or perhaps better, Ireland One Pound 16.3.62 VF, 10/- 3.1.62 EF. Isle of Man Five Pounds signed Paul Pick 30 1972, One Pound 1961 Garvey P25a, 10/Garvey 1961 P24a these Fine (£25 - £35)

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147) India 1 rupee Gulf series issued c.1950s-60s PickR1 (2) Z/10 436117 GVF and Z/29 858603 VG both with the two staple holes as usual (£100 - £200)

148) India 10 Rupees George VI issue signed Taylor (1937) Pick 19a Fine penned number obverse and some small holes, 1 Rupee 1940 Pick 25 (3) black serial number (2) green serial number (1) Unc two with staple holes, 2 Rupees Pick 53 (14) EF - Unc, 5 Rupees Pick 56 (3) Unc, 10 Rupees Pick 60 (2) AU, 1 Rupee Pick 66 (2) Unc, 1 Rupee Pick 77 (5) EF-Unc, 1 Rupee Pick 78 Unc (4), 5 Rupees Pick 80 EF-Unc (5) (£70 - £100) 149) India 100 rupees KGVI issued 1943 series A/77 967188, Calcutta branch, signed Deshmukh, Pick20e, PMG 30 Very Fine )Ink Stamp, Pinholes) (£200 - £350)

150) India 1000 rupees KGVI issued 1937 series A/0 364895, Calcutta branch, Taylor signature, Pick21b, PMG 35 Choice Very Fine )Ink Stamps, Spindle Holes) (£3,000 - £5,000)

151) India 5 Rupees George VI ND(1937) serial J/33 529666 Pick 18a PMG 63 Choice Uncirculated, (staple holes at issue) (£75 - £125) 152) India 5 rupees, Gulf series issued c.1950s-60s series Z/7 269320, PickR2a, PMG 20 )Annotation) (£400 - £700)

153) India Uncut Watermarked sheet of printers paper the watermark is )Ten Rupees Reserve Bank of India) with George VI portrait repeated forty times on this large folded sheet discovered in 1992 and offered back then by Coincraft who bought the entire parcel comes with newspaper cuttings and historical literature, discovered More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


on the S.S Breda ship that was sunk in 1940 along with Jamaica collector series presentation booklets $1, $2, $5 & $10 with consecutive star prefix and serial number ) (£25 - £75)

157) Iraq (5) from the first Gulf War each note stamped CERTIFIED OFFICIAL MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Dinar P69, 5 Dinars P70, 10 Dinars P71, 25 Dinars P72, 25 Dinars P73, VF - EF scarce (£25 - £50)

154) Iran (2) 1981 issues 5,000 Rials Pick 130b no security thread and 10,000 Rials Pick 131 both Unc (£35 - £55)

158) Iraq (7) from the first Gulf War each note stamped CERTIFIED OFFICIAL MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Dinar P67 VG, 5 Dinars P70 (2) F-VF,10 Dinars P71 (2) VF (top left corner missing,) and EF, 25 Dinars P72 VF-EF, (£35 - £65)

155) Iran (40) 200 Rials AH1337 (1958) issue, Shah facing in army uniform, Pick 70 EF pressed, 100 Rials undated 1976 issue - 50th Anniversary of the Founding of the Pahlavi dynasty, Yellow security thread, Pick 108 UNC, 100 Rials undated 1974 issue, signature 15 Mohammad Yeganeh and Hushang Ansary Pick 102a UNC, 50 Rials undated 1971 issue signature 11 Medhi Samii and Dr.Jamishid Amouzegar Pick 97 UNC, 50 Rials undated 1974 issue Smaller portrait of the Shah, Yellow security thread, signature 16 Hassan Ali Mehran and Mohammad Yeganeh Pick 101c UNC, 50 Rials undated issue with two crude revolutionary red X overstamps signature 16 Hassan Ali Mehran and Mohammad Yeganeh Pick 101c A/UNC, 50 Rials Islamic Republic black Overprint issue, yellow security thread, signature 16 Hassan Ali Mehran and Mohammad Yeganeh, as Pick 111a A/UNC, 10000 Rials undated 1981 issue with calligraphic seal overprint Obverse type 1, and Reverse type 1, Pick 131, high catalogue value, A/UNC, 100 Rials undated 1981 issue (2) signature 20 Ali Reza Nobari and Abol Hassas Bani-Sadr Pick 132 both UNC, 100 Rials undated 1981 issue signature 21 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Hossein Nemazi Pick 135 UNC, 10000 Rials undated 1981 issue, watermark: Arms, signature 22 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Iravani Pick 134c, UNC, 5000 Rials undated 1983-1993 issue, signature 21 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Hossein Nemazi Pick 139a crisp UNC, signature 22 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Iravani Pick 139b crisp UNC, both with high catalogue values, 2000 Rials signature 27 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Mohammad Khan, watermark: Mohd. H. Fahmideh (Youth) Pick 141j (2) a consecutive pair 30/14 121427 and 30/14 121428 UNC, 1000 Rials undated 1982 to 2002 issue (8) signature 25, Mohammad Hosein Adeli and Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh, watermark Mohd. H. Fahmideh (Youth) (3) Pick 141f UNC, signature 26 Mohammad Hosein Adeli and Mohammad Khan, watermark Mohd. H. Fahmideh (Youth) (3) Pick 141h UNC, signature 27 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Mohammad Khan, watermark Mohd. H. Fahmideh (Youth) (2) Pick 141j a consecutive pair 40/20 294443 and 40/20 294444 both UNC, 10000 Rials (6) signature 28 Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh and Hossein Nemazi Pick 146d (2) both UNC, signature 29 Pick 146e (4) includes two consecutives 41/34 390848 and 41/34 390849 all UNC, 5000 Rials (7) signature 29 Pick 145d (4) includes a consecutive pair 50/15 530043 and 50/15 530044, signature 30 Pick 146f (3) UNC, 1000 Rials undated (1992-) (4) signature 25 Mohammad Hosein Adeli and Dr. Mohsen Nourbakhsh, watermark Mohd. H. Fahmideh (Youth) Pick 143a includes a consecutively numbered trio 1/5 153941 to 1/5 153943 inclusive all UNC (£60 - £100) 156) Iran 5 Rials AH1316 (1937) Pick 32 French Titles VG, 10 Rials AH1317 (1938) with blue date stamp reverse Pick 33a VF, 20 Rials ND(1974) Pick 100 (2) both Unc, 50 Rials ND(19741-79) Pick 101 Unc, 200 Rials ND(1974-79) Pick 103 (4) all Unc, 100 Rials (1985) Pick 140 (4) Unc, 2,000 Rials (2005) Pick 144 Unc (£60 - £100)

159) Iraq (34) from the first Gulf War each note stamped CERTIFIED OFFICIAL MINISTRY OF DEFENCE all 10 Dinars P71 generally VF-EF (£40 - £70) 160) Iraq (5) from the first Gulf War each note stamped CERTIFIED OFFICIAL MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Dinar P69 Fine, 5 Dinars P70 Fine, 10 Dinars P71 Unc, 25 Dinars P72 EF, 25 Dinars P73 EF, scarce (£25 - £50) 161) Iraq 10 Dinars ND(1959) Pick 55 Unc (£25 - £35) 162) Iraq 25 Dinars 1978 Pick 66 (9) generally Unc or near so (£50 - £80) 163) Iraq Traveller’s Cheques (7) Rafidain Bank, Head Office Baghdad GVF to A/UNC some with discolouration and/or staining, one a copy (£45 - £75) 164) Ireland (3) Republic £20 28.08.86 aVF small ink stain to border, One Pound 20.09.77 Unc. Norther Ireland Ulster Bank Twenty Pounds 1.11.1990 EF (£40 - £70) 165) Isle of Man Martins Bank Limited £1 dated 1st June 1950 Pick 19b, PMG 45 Choice Extremely Fine (£200 - £300)

166) Isle of Man Twenty Pounds ND(2000) Shimmin J 543492 Pick 45b Unc (£20 - £30) 167) Isle of Man Twenty Pounds ND(2000) Shimmin J543496 Pick 45b Unc (£20 - £30)

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168) Israel 50 New Sheqalim 1992 Pick 5c (3) AU (£25 - £45) 169) Italy 5 Lire Dell’Ara and Porena Pick 23e EF, 10,000 Lire Pick 97d aVF, 10,000 Lire 3.11.1982 Pick 106b (3) all Unc, 1,000 Lire 1982 Pick 109 (3) Unc (£60 - £90) 170) Italy Allied Military Currency 1943 1,2,5 and 10 Lira average VF, 100 Lire (3) F-VF, 500 Lire about VF and scarce (£25 £35) 171) Jersey £20 (2000) Pick 29 SPECIMEN series FC000000 Unc (£20 - £30) 172) Jersey Five Pounds (1963) QE II young portrait dark red Padgham the scarcer Pick 9a EF and seldom seen in this pleasing grade serial number A109243, One Pound (1963) again Padgham Pick 8a EF or better small number written obverse perhaps pencil, Ten Shillings (1963) Padgham Pick 7 Fine (£50 - £100) 173) Jersey One Pounds (6) (1976-88) Pick 11b, (1898) Pick 15, (1993) Pick 20, 1995 Liberation Pick 25, (2000) Pick 26. 2004 Pick 31 all Unc (£20 - £30) 174) Jersey Specimen notes a small group (11) comprising Twenty Pounds undated (1976-1988 issue) AC000000, signature May, Reverse: Sailing ship and Gorey Castle, Pick 14bs UNC, Ten Pounds undated (3) 1976-1988 issue signature Clennet Pick 13as (2) both UNC, 1976-1988 issue signature May, Reverse: Victoria Castle Pick 13bs, UNC, Five Pounds undated 1976-1988 issue, HB000000 signature May, Reverse: Elizabeth castle with ship in foreground Pick 12bs UNC, One Pound (4) undated 1976-1988 blue issue (2) DB000000 and LB000000 signature Clennet Pick 11as both UNC, undated 1993 green issue NC000000 signature Baird Pick 20s UNC and undated 2004 800th Anniversary of the Special relationship between Jersey and the British Crown, J8C000000 signature Black, Pick 31s UNC, along with collector series (2) Twenty Pounds and One Pound pair with Maltese Cross serial number prefix matching serial numbers 001779, Twenty Pounds UNC, One Pound A/UNC with slight wave in the paper (£200 - £400) 175) Jersey Specimen Set £1/5/10/20 1978 issues with Maltese cross serial numbeer prefix Pick CS1 Unc (£30 - £40) 176) Kenya (8) 10 Shillings 1.7.1966 VF, 20 Shillings 1.1.1975 Fine, 100 Shillings 1.7.1976 Fine, 10 Shillings 1.7.1978 Unc, 100 Shillings 1.7.1978 Unc, 50 Shillings (3) 1.6.1980, 14.9.1986 and 1.7.1987 all Unc (£30 - £40) 177) Kenya 50 shillings dated 1st July 1971 series A/8 123245, Pick9b, Unc (£25 - £45)

180) Mozambique (2) 10,000 Ries 1.3.1909 Pick 39 Fine and Companhia De Mozambique 5 Libras Esterlinas VF with two PAGO 5.11.1942 perforated stamps (£50 - £100) 181) Netherlands 10 Guilden 1965 Pick 91b, 10 Gulden 1997 Pick 99, Netherlands Antilles 1 Gulden 1970 Pick 20 (6), and 2-1/2 Gulden 1970 Pick 21 (3) all Unc (£30 - £50) 182) New Zealand 10 Shillings ND(1960-67) 9S 49923 Pick 158d Signed Flemmimg PMG 63 Choice Uncirculated, Minor Thinning (£40 - £70) 183) New Zealand One Dollar signed Knight (1975-77) serial no. Y91 199083) (£40 - £60) 184) New Zealand Reserve Bank One Pound ND(1940-55) H/O 881512 signed T.P Hanna Pick 159a PMG 35 Choice Very Fine (£25 - £50) 185) New Zealand Ten Shillings ND(1960-67) signed Fleming with security thread 3C 768634 Pick 158d PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated (£50 - £80) 186) Northern Ireland Bank of Ireland £10 SPECIMEN serial number U000000 issued 1977, O’Neill signature, Pick63b(s), (BA113), UNC (£60 - £100) 187) Northern Ireland Northern Bank Limited One Pound 1 August 1978 serial number C6982031 and with SPECIMEN in red across the centre both sides Unc (£25 - £50) 188) Portugal 100 Esc. 19.12.1961 VF, 100 Esc 30.11.1965 EF-AU (2), 20 Esc 4.10.1978 Unc (4), 100 Esc 2.9.1980 Unc (2), 1,000 Esc 26.10.1982 VF (6), 500 Esc 13.2.1982 EF, 1,000 Esc 2.8.1983 Unc and 12.6.1986 EF, 1,000 Esc 31.10.1996 Unc, 500 Esc. 17.4.1997 Unc and 2,000 Esc 7.11.2000 Unc (£100 - £150) 189) Rhodesia & Nyasaland One Pound dated 21 December 1960 signed Richards, serial number X/59 774037 Pick 21b, two pinholes, VF (£40 - £70) 190) Russia 100 Rubles 1898 Pick 5 F-VF a couple of small tears at the edges, 100 Rubles 1910 Pick 10 F-VF a few small tears at the edges, pinholes and 4 cancellation letters punched across the centre, 500 Rubles 1912 Pick 14 Fine four cancellation letters punched across the centre (£35 £70) 191) Russia 25 rubles dated 1899 series Ab 824316, signed Pleske, Pick7a, PMG 30 Very Fine )Tear) (£350 - £500)

178) Kuwait 5 Dinars L1968 Pick 14c with clear margins top and bottom signatures S.A al-Sabah and N.A al-Rodhan, CENTRAL BANK OF KUWAIT reverse top (12) consecutive numbers Unc (£50 - £75) 179) Malta Lira 1973 Pick 31 (7) average EF, Lira 1979 Pick 34b (2) both Unc, 5 Liri 1967 Pick 46 Unc, (£35 - £55)

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198) Scotland (2) Clydeside Bank One Pound 24th February 1943 VF some light small stains reverse Pick 189, The Royal Bank of Scotland Five Pounds 2nd March 1959 VF (£40 - £60)

192) Russia 3 Rubles 1905 Pick 9b (13) Pick 9c (34) a few VG but generally F-VF, 5 Rubles 1909 Pick 10b (5) VG-VF, 10 Rubles 1909 Pick 11 (38) a few VG but many F-EF, 100 Rubles 1910 Pick 13 (9) generally VF, 5 Rubles 1909 Pick 35 (9) VG-VF, 250 Rubles 1917 Pick 36 (5) mostly F-VF, 500 Rubles 1918 PS415 EF, 1,000 Rubles 1919 PS418 EF, 500 Rubles 1920 PS434 AU, 50 Rubles 1920 PS1244 GVF, 100 Rubles 1991 Pick 243 VF (2) (£150 - £250) 193) Russia Ruble 1878 Pick A41 Very Good, Ruble 1898 (4) EF-Unc, 3 Rubles 1905 (6) VF-Unc average EF, 5 Rubles 1909 (4) EF-Unc, 10 Rubles 1909 VF-EF, 100 Rubles 1910 (2) about VF, 500 Rubles 1912 (29) average VF. Germany 50 Marks 5.8.1914 Good, 20 Marks 1915 VG, 50 Marks June 1919 (2) VG-F, 10,000 Marks 19.1.1922 Fine, 1000 Marks 15.9.1922 (4) F- VF, 5000 Marks 1.12.1922 (3) aEF and a Notgeld 500,000 Marks Nurnberg 11.8.1923 Fine (£150 - £300) 194) Russia Ruble 1898 Pick 1 (2) F-VF, 3 Rubles 1905 Pick 9 VF, 5 Rubles 1909 Pick 10 VF (2), 10 Rubles 1909 Pick 11 VF, 50 Kopeks (1915) Pick 31 (2) F-VF, 250 Rubles 1917 Pick 36 F-VF (2) some pinholes 1,000 Rubles 1917 Pick 37 VF all with four letter cancellation holes punced at the top (£35 - £70) 195) Russia Ruble 5 Rubles 1909 Pick 10 Fine, 10 Rubles 1909 Pick 11 Fine, 25 Rubles 1909 Pick 12 VF, 50 Kopeks (1915) Pick 31 (2) VF-EF. Treasury Small Change Notes (1915) Pick 24-27 1,2,3 and 5 Rubles (2 of each) generally VF-EF. Postamp Stamp Currency (1915) 1 Ruble (4). 2 Ruble (3) these with black overprint of denomination, 3 Rubles (3), 10 Rubles (6) with 4 still joined in a square, 15 Rubles (2) and 20 Rubles (2) F-EF. Currency Notes 1919 and 1921 issues Pick 81-85 1 Ruble (2), 2 Rubles (1), 3 Rubles (2), 5 Rubles (6) four of these being a attached square of 4 F-EF (£40 - £70)

199) Scotland (20) Bank of Scotland (8) Five Pounds (3) 1968 issue Pick 110 Fine with some folds, 1970 issues (2) signatures Polwarth and Walker Pick 112a both VF, One Pound (5) 1960 issue, signatures Bilsland and Watson Pick 100c Fine, 1966 issue Pick 105 Good Fine, 1968 issues (2) Pick 109b Good Fine, 1970 issue Pick 111a Fine, British Linen Bank (3) Five Pounds 1964 issue Pick 167b Fine, One Pound (2) 1967 issue Pick 168 Fine, 1968 issue Pick 169a NVF, Royal Bank of Scotland (4) Five Pounds 1964 issue, signatures Ballantyne and Campbell Pick 326a Fine or better, One Pound (3) 1965 issue, signature Ballantyne Pick 325a Fine, 1967 issue, signature Roibertson, Pick 325b, Fine, 1970 issue, signature Burke, Pick 334 Fine, National Commercial Bank of Scotland One Pound (2) 1966 issue, Pick 269a Fine with some foxing, 1967 issue, Pick 271 VF, Clydesdale Bank Limited One Pound (3) 1963 issue Pick 197 GVF, 1967 issue Pick 197 Fine with some foxing, One Pound 1972 issue, signature Macmillan, Pick 204b NVF with some folds, along with a further group (7) comprising East Caribbean States One Dollar undated (1965) signature 10, Pick 13g GVF, Northern Ireland (2) Northern Bank Five Pounds 1976 issue, signature Gabbey Pick 118b VG with inked annotations, Bank of Ireland One Pound undated 1967 issue, signature Guthrie Pick 56 VF with two small spots at the left, Italy 1000 Lire Verdi (4) 1973 issue Pick 101c Near Fine, 1975 issues (2) Pick 101d VG and Fine the second with a staple hole, 1977 issue Pick 101e Fine with staple hols at the left (£30 - £60) 200) Scotland £20 Clydeside Bank LTD 19th November 1964 serial no C/A 044340 P200 about VF with the reverse a little dirty (£70 - £100) 201) Scotland bank of Scotland 10 Pounds 6.8.1987 and 5 Pounds 22.7.1981 both AU (£30 - £50) 202) Scotland Bank of Scotland 1995 300 years anniversary issue specimens (5) £5/10/20/50/100, SPECIMEN in red across obverse, serial numbers AA 000000 Unc and rare, Ex LCA 104 29/2/2004 Lot 136 realised £700 (£500 - £900)

196) Russia, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia post WW I, revolutionary and provincial issues (1916 - 1925) a wide variety including postage stamp or small treasury types some still in attached squares of 6, some coupons, others larger and impressive notes up to 5,000,000 Rubles, a wide variety in mixed circulated grades (banknotes 54, coupons 65) most being different types with little or no duplication (£100 - £300) 197) Saudi Arabia AH1379 series (5) 100 Riyals Pick 20 GVF, 50 Riyals Pick 19 VF, 10 Riyals Pick 18 AU, 5 Riyals Pick 17 EF, Riyal Pick 16 EF (£50 - £100) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


203) Scotland Bank of Scotland Five Pounds 11.1.1969 GVF One Pounds 7.10.1957 Fine and 7.12.1962 EF. British Linen Bank Five Pounds 3.2.1961 aVF and 21.9.1962 VF penned number obverse, One Pounds 30.9.1951 VG, 31.3.1962 EF Commercial Bank 2 January 1953 Very Good. Clydeside and North of Scotland One Pound 1.11.1960 VF and 1.3.1961 AU. National Commercial Bank Five Pounds 2.1.1963 Fine, One Pounds 16.9.1959 VF and 1.11.1962 EF. National Bank One Pound 1.10.1954 Fine. Royal Bank Five Pounds 2.11.1964 (2) VF with penned numbers, One Pounds 1.11.1960 VF and 2.11.1964 EF (£60 - £110) 204) Scotland Bank of Scotland One Pound 17th July 1968 SPECIMEN serial number A/1 0000000 Unc and rare (£70 - £120)

209) Scotland British Linen Bank (4) Five Pounds 6.6.1956 VF, One Pounds (3) 9.11.1942 EF, 25.1.1966 AU, 5.11.1969 GVF (£60 - £100) 210) Scotland British Linen Bank One Pound 2.11.1929 (6) generally Fine or better (£60 - £100) 211) Scotland The British Linen Bank One Pound 31st March 1962 SPECIMEN serial number U/3 000000 Unc and rare (£70 - £120) 212) Scotland Union Bank of Scotland Limited £1 proof with 2 large cancellation punch-holes dated 5th December 1931 series F, Pick S815b, bank stamp & red printers annotations on reverse, EF (£50 - £100) 213) Scotland Union Bank of Scotland Limited £1 proof with 3 rows of cancellation punch-holes dated 7th April 1952, Proof or Specimen of Pick S816a, series E/23 552000 AU issuers annotation in ink top border (£50 - £100) 214) Scotland Union Bank of Scotland Limited £1 proof with 3 rows of seven cancellation punch-holes dated 1st June 1954, Proof of Pick S816b, bank stamp obverse GEF (£50 - £100) 215) Scotland, Bank of Scotland a single proof pull for a £1 with a six month option clause ND (circa 1750) as per Douglas 13 EF, Ex Spink sale 16015 (£75 - £150) 216) South Africa £1 Boer War Gouvernements Noot, Te Velde 1.5.1902 Pick 66 VF (£50 - £100)

205) Scotland Bank of Scotland One Pound 1957-65 issue Bilsland and Watson undated SPECIMEN serial number A/M 0000000 Unc and rare (£70 - £120)

217) South Africa £50 Gouvernements Noot Boer War issue dated 1900 at Pretoria, Pick 58, serial with No. 266 VF or better with 2 pinholes (£50 - £100) 218) South Africa Boer War Gouvernements Noot £1 dated 28.5.1900, Pick 54 aVF once mounted so with small squares of card attached to the top two corners reverse (£25 - £45) 219) Southwest Africa £1 Barclays Bank D.C.O. Pick 5a (2) the first dated 29 November 1958 serial DF090656 collectable Fine or better and without problems, the second with six holes punched across the note (£60 - £100) 220) Switzerland 1000 Franken 18 December 1958 serial no 2F16820 Pick 52c pleasant VF and a seldom offered denomination (£250 - £450)

206) Scotland Bank of Scotland One Pounds (10) 28.10.1974 (2), 7.10.1983 (5), 19.8.1988 (2), 30.7.1991. EF - Unc (£30 - £50) 207) Scotland Bank of Scotland One Pounds (3) 4.10.1945 VF, 5.1.1951 GEF, 4.3.1955 VF (£50 - £75) 208) Scotland Bank of Scotland Twenty Pounds 22.3.1999 Pick 121c aU and 24.9.2004 Pick 121e EF (£50 - £70)

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221) USA 20 Dollars Federal Reserve Note dated 1914 series D6052790A, signed Burke & McAdoo, blue seal, portrait Grover Cleveland at centre, (Pick361b), in PCGS holder graded 50 About Uncirculated, repaired tear (£200 - £300)

222) USA Five Dollars 1914 Portrait of Lincoln Pick 359b Fine (£50 - £70) 223) Wales Llandudno (3) 10 Swilt, 5 Swilt and Un Punt VF - EF, Abergavenny Bank Sight Bill 7th June 1811 Fine, Darlington Bank Five Pounds 1892, Durham Bank Five Pounds 1882 these both Fine and Cut Cancelled in a quality banknote collectors album with a range of empty pages for differing sized notes (£80 - £140) 224) World (111) includes Cyprus One Pound 1988 issue Pick 53b (3) NVF, VF and EF, and Spain 5000 Peseta a 1978 Pick 160 Fine, as part of a group of Algeria (1), Argentina (1), Austria (1), Bangladesh (1), British Armed Force (1), Bulgaria (2), Cambodia (1), Chile (1), China (2), Cyprus (5), Czechoslovakia (1), Dominican Republic (1), Egypt (1), France (17, includes a group of 8 regional and Military issues), Gambia (2), Germany (23), Greece (8), Hungary (1), Latvia (1), Macedonia (1), Netherlands (1), Poland (1), Portugal (11, includes 500 Escudos 1984 issues (2) and 100 Escudos 1988 issues (2)), Moldova (1), Morocco (2), Mozambique (3), Peru (3), Russia (6), Spain (1), Tunisia (1), Turkey (3), Venezuela (3), Yugoslavia (5), in mixed grades a few EF, along with a small group of Control Cards/Transport Tickets (4) Germany (3), Poland (1) , and a German Railway Ticket, in mixed grades (£10 - £50)

225) World (187) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (5), Bhutan (1), Brazil (2), Bulgaria (1), Burma (1), Burundi (1), Cambodia (7), China (4), Croatia (3), Cuba (5), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (1), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (4), Iceland (1), Indonesia (2), Iran (3), Iraq (2), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (1), Laos (4), Lebanon (5), Macedonia (4), Mongolia (2), Mozambique (10), Myanmar (3), Nepal (1), Nicaragua (4), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (11), Philippines (1), Russia (3), Slovenia (4), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (4), Surinam (4), Thailand (1), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (1), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Vietnam (2), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (9), Zaire (6), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (6), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£70 - £110) 226) World (194) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (5), Bhutan (1), Brazil (2), Bulgaria (2), Burma (1), Burundi (2), Cambodia (7), China (4), Croatia (4), Cuba (5), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (1), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Iceland (1), Indonesia (2), Iran (3), Iraq (2), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (1), Laos (4), Lebanon (5), Macedonia (4), Mongolia (2), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (3), Nepal (1), Nicaragua (4), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (12), Philippines (1), Russia (3), Slovenia (4), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (4), Surinam (4), Thailand (1), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (1), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (1), Vietnam (2), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (9), Zaire (6), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (6), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£70 - £110) 227) World (230) Cambodia 50 Riels 2002 issue Pick 52a (94) most are in a block and consecutives UNC, Croatia 50000 Dinara 1993 issue Pick 26a (100) all consecutives most are in a block, North Korea 50 Won 1988 Pick 30 (33) in mixed grades NVF to EF, Malaya 50 Cents 1942 issue Pick M4b Fine, Sri Lanka 100 Rupees 2005 issue Pick 111d Fine (£30 - £60) 228) World (252) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (9), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (3), Brazil (3), Bulgaria (3), Burma (3), Burundi (4), Cambodia (10), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (7), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (6), Lebanon (6), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (4), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (13), Philippines (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (14), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£100 - £160)

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229) World (253) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (9), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (3), Brazil (3), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (10), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (7), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (6), Lebanon (6), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (4), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (13), Philippines (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (14), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£100 - £160) 230) World (256) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (9), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (3), Brazil (4), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (10), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (8), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (6), Lebanon (6), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (4), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (14), Philippines (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (14), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (7), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£100 - £170) 231) World (257) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (9), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (3), Brazil (4), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (10), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (8), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (6), Lebanon (6), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (4), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (15), Philippines (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (14), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£100 - £160)

232) World (260) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (9), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (3), Brazil (4), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (10), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (8), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (3), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (1), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (6), Lebanon (6), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (15), Philippines (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (3), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (14), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (7), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180) 233) World (270) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (11), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Brazil (4), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (11), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (8), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (4), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (2), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (7), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (15), Philippines (1), Poland (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (3), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (15), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180) 234) World (273) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (11), Bhutan (1), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Brazil (4), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (11), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (8), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (4), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (3), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (7), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (3), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Pakistan (1), Peru (15), Philippines (1), Poland (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (3), Sudan (4), Surinam (6), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (1), Uzbekistan (3), Venezuela (1), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (15), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180)

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235) World (286) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (11), Bhutan (2), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Bolivia (1), Brazil (7), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (11), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (9), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (4), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (3), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (7), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (4), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Paraguay (1), Peru (16), Philippines (1), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (3), Sudan (4), Surinam (7), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (2), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (18), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180) 236) World (289) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (5), Belarus (11), Bhutan (2), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Bolivia (1), Brazil (7), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (11), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (9), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (4), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (3), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (7), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (4), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Paraguay (1), Peru (16), Philippines (1), Poland (3), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (3), Sudan (4), Surinam (7), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (2), Uzbekistan (3), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (18), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180) 237) World (291) includes Afghanistan (8), Albania (4), Argentina (6), Belarus (11), Bhutan (2), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Bolivia (1), Brazil (7), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (4), Cambodia (11), China (4), Croatia (5), Cuba (9), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (1), Egypt (4), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Jamaica (3), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (7), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (4), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (4), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Paraguay (1), Peru (16), Philippines (1), Poland (3), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (3), Sudan (4), Surinam (7), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (2), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (2), Uzbekistan (3), Venezuela (1), Vietnam (3), Yemen (2), Yugoslavia (18), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180)

238) World (314) includes Afghanistan (9), Albania (4), Argentina (7), Belarus (12), Bhutan (2), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Bolivia (1), Brazil (9), Bulgaria (3), Burma (4), Burundi (5), Cambodia (11), Chile (1), China (4), Congo (5), Croatia (5), Cuba (11), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (2), Egypt (5), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (3), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Italy (1), Jamaica (3), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (7), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (4), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (5), Nepal (3), Nicaragua (5), North Korea (2), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Paraguay (1), Peru (16), Philippines (2), Poland (3), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (4), Sudan (4), Surinam (8), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Turkey (3), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (2), Uzbekistan (3), Venezuela (1), Vietnam (3), Yemen (3), Yugoslavia (18), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (8), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£120 - £180) 239) World (345) includes Afghanistan (9), Albania (4), Argentina (10), Belarus (14), Bhutan (2), Bosnia-Herzegovina (4), Bolivia (1), Brazil (13), Bulgaria (4), Burma (5), Burundi (5), Cambodia (11), Chile (1), China (4), Congo (5), Croatia (5), Cuba (11), Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (5), Egypt (6), Estonia (1), Great Britain (1), Greece (2), Guatemala (2), Guinea-Bissau (4), Guinea (2), Guyana (5), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Hong Kong (2), Iceland (1), Indonesia (4), Iran (3), Iraq (3), Israel (1), Italy (1), Jamaica (3), Jersey (1), Kazakhstan (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Laos (8), Lebanon (6), Libya (1), Macedonia (4), Madagascar (1), Mongolia (4), Mozambique (11), Myanmar (5), Nepal (4), Nicaragua (6), North Korea (3), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Paraguay (2), Peru (18), Philippines (2), Poland (5), Romania (2), Russia (5), Slovenia (4), Somaliland (2), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (4), Sudan (5), Surinam (8), Syria (1), Thailand (2), Transnistria (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1), Turkey (3), Turkmenistan (1), Uganda (2), Ukraine (1), USA (1), Uruguay (2), Uzbekistan (3), Venezuela (2), Vietnam (3), Yemen (3), Yugoslavia (19), Zaire (7), Zambia (9), Zimbabwe (1), and a further group of World larger issues (9), all modern issues mostly 1970s onwards and UNC (£130 - £200) 240) World (35) Belgium 20 Francs undated (1940 type), overprint TRESORERIE on the obverse, THESAURIE on the reverse Pick 111 Poor, scarce, along with GB Five Pounds Somerset B343, Scotland Bank of Scotland One Pound (3) 1973 issue Pick 337, 1975 issues (2) Pick 337, Jersey One Pound signature 3 (Leslie May) Pick 11b,Tahiti 100 Francs undated (1939-1965 issue) Signature titles LE PRESIDENT and LE DIECTEUR GENERAL Pick 14d, East Caribbean States One Dollar, signature 8, back variety 3 (includes Grenada, omits Barbados) Pick 13e, USA (12) One Dollar Silver Certificates (2) 1935 issue Pick 416c(1), 1957 issue Pick 419a (1) Two Dollars 1976 issue Pick 461, One Dollar (11) 1963 issue Pick 443a (1), 1969A issue Pick 443b (1), 1969B issue (1) Pick 449c (1), 1969C issue (1) Pick 449d, 1969D issue Pick 449e (1), 1974 issues Pick 455 (2), 1977 issue Pick 462 (2), Canada (15) Five Dollars (3) 1954 issue Signatures Beattie and Rasminsky Pick 77b, 1972 issues

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(2) Signatures Lawson and Bouey Pick 87b, Two Dollars (4) 1954 issue Signatures Beattie and Rasminsky Pick 76b (2), 1974 issues Signatures Lawson and Bouey Pick 86a (2), One Dollar (8) 1954 issues (5) Signatures Beattie and Coyne, Printer CBNC Pick 74a (1), Signatures Beattie and Rasminsky, Printer CBNC Pick 74b (1), Signatures Beattie and Rasminsky, Printer BABNC Pick 75b (1), Signatures Bouey and Rasminsky , Printer BABNC (2), 1973 issues Signatures Lawson and Bouey, Pick 85a (3), some with inked annotations or tape residue, Fair to Good Fine (£20 - £40) 241) World (55) includes France, Italy, Burma, Malaya, Cambodia, Malta, Greece and more, in mixed grades (£15 - £30) 242) World (73) Includes Russia (4) 500 Roubles 1912 issue (2) Pick 14a Fine, and Pick 14b NVF, 100 Roubles (2) 1910 issue Pick 13a Good Fine, Pick 13b Fine with a staple hole on the left, Spain (63) 1928-1970 issues 1000 Pesetas to One Peseta includes 500 Pesetas 15 August 1928, Cardinal Cisneros at left, no prefix letter No. 0,579.261 Pick 77a with eagle emblem overprint, authorised by Franco during the Spanish Civil war to invalidate the Republican Banknotes About VF with some light discolouration towards the edge, Near VF and rare, many 1928 issues included, some duplication generally Fine to VF, Thailand 60 Baht (6) King Rama IX 60th Birthday 1987 Pick 93 EF to A/UNC (£50 £100) 243) World (85) includes Belgian Congo 5 Francs 1930 Pick 8e Fair, French Equatorial Africa (1), India (14), India Hyderabad (1), Italy (18), Thailand (5), Indonesia (1), Bahrain (1), United Arab Emirates (1), Belgium (8), Hong Kong (3), Malaya (7) includes 50 Cents 1941 Fine with tape residue, and 20 Cents 1941 NVF with tape residue, and Japan (24) in mixed circulated grades (£10 - £30) 244) World Banknotes (14) Russia - South Russia 5000 Roubles 1919 яБ -013 Pick Specialised 419 EF, Russia 25 Roubles 1909 ET001561 signature Shipov Pick 12b EF, Faroe Islands 10 Kronur 1949 issue 5362525 Pick 14a VF, Denmark (2) 10 Kroner 1972 issue Pick 48g B3771A NEF, 10 Kroner 1972 issue Pick 48f B0761K NEF, Norway 100 Kroner 1994 issue Signatures Moland and Johanson 4221381621 Pick 43e EF, Italy (6) 5 Lire Pick 23d 1915 issue (2) 085248 2855 EF with staple hole at left, 072733 2567 Fine with staple hole at right, 2 Lire 1914 issue (2) Pick 37a 223597 033 GVF and 876747 027 Fine, One Lira (2) 1914 Issue Pick 36a 336731 055 Fine and 079633 031 Near Fine, Germany - Notgeld - Baden 10000 Marks 1923 issue Pick Specialised S910 K 099565 EF, German States Municipality of UK (Prussian Province of Schleswig-Holstein)- Notgeld 50 Pfennigs 1920 Issue A/UNC, along with a group of notes all stapled to cards, many with tape residue (14) Australia Ten Shillings 1952 issue A/81 177804 signatures Coombs and Wilson in black, Pick 25d, Fine Guinea 1000 Francs 1985 issue Pick 332a, Fine, Malaya - Japanese Government 10 Dollars Pick M7b VG, East African Currency Board Five Shillings 1st January 1952 4 signatures as Pick 29b (Pick 29 listed as a Ten Shillings) VG, Germany 10 Marks 1906 6-digit number 392480, Pick 9a VG, Palestine 500 Mils Rachel’s Tomb Pick 6c VG, Rare, Southern Rhodesia Ten Shillings 1st September 1951 Signature Gordon Munro

Pick 9f Fine, Iceland 5 Kronur 1928 issue, signature 8, Jonsson and Arnason Pick 32a Near Fine, British Caribbean Territories One Dollar 1st September 1951 K/1 719189 Pick 1 Fine, Peru 100 Intis 1987 issue Pick 133 VF, Sierra Leone 1000 Leones 1993 Pick 20a VG, torn and stuck with tape, Canada One Dollar 1937 B/L 8621497 Pick 58d VG, South Africa Ten Shillings 26th November 1951, Bank and denomination in English A/50 708052 Pick 90b, Fine, Iraq Quarter Dinar 1931 issue Pick 16 VG with long tear and taped at centre, along with a further group of commoner types from circulation (246) comprising Netherlands (3), France (15), Italy (8), Greece (1), Belgium (1), Portugal (2), Poland (5), Germany (15), Indonesia (14), Malaysia (3), Hong Kong (2), Singapore (4), Australia (4), New Zealand (1), Peru (3), Argentina (3), Ecuador (1), India (4), Sri Lanka (4), Maldives (3), Mexico (2), Guyana (3), Bahamas (4), Barbados (1), Brazil (1), Nicaragua (1), Philippines (2), British Armed Forces (5), Bulgaria (3), Yugoslavia (19), Zambia (3), Gambia (2), Ghana (1), Mongolia (6), Myanmar (4), Canada (2), Israel (1), Cyprus (1), Iraq (1), South Africa (2), Algeria (1), Ceylon (1), Lebanon (1), Burundi (1), Afghanistan (3), French West Africa (1), Egypt (16), Surinam (2), Qatar (1), Estonia (2), Croatia (6), Commonwealth of Independent States (7), Lithuania (4), Transnistria (5), Nepal (1), Belarus (9), China (3), Japan (2), Kyrgyzstan (4), Tajikistan (3), Ukraine (5), Uzbekistan (1), Bangladesh (1), Lao (5), Cambodia (3), in mixed grades some UNC, and a further group (40) these all stapled to card comprising examples from Finland, Mozambique, Egypt, Java, Trinidad and Tobago, USA (2), Italy (2), Denmark (2), Lebanon (2), Guinea, Belgium, Netherlands, Indochina, Colombia, Poland, Hong Kong, Belgium, Malta, India (2), Ceylon, Fiji, France (2), Yugoslavia, Monaco, GB, Sierra Leone, Congo (2), Cambodia, Turkey, Malaya, Netherlands Indies, British Armed Forces 1930s to 1970s issues in mixed grades (£75 - £150) 245) World in an album (174) a wide variety, and postcards (6) in mixed grades (£40 - £60) 246) World in two albums (211) many countries represented includes Germany, Russia, Gambia, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Greece, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Malaya, Peru, Hungary, Singapore, Mozambique, China and more, some early 20th Century larger size notes included, in mixed grades with some later issues EF (£50 - £100) 247) Books - 20th Century Scottish Banknotes Volume III Trevor Jones, The National Bank of Scotland Trevor Jones, 20th Century Scottish Banknotes Volume 1 James Douglas these good second some inked annotations within, and LCA 104 auction catalogue (£10 - £50)

English Cased and Proof Items (lots 248 - 599) 248) Britannia 2012 BU One Ounce Silver issue (10) still in the Royal Mint plastic strip as issued (£200 - £300) 249) Britannia 2012 BU One Ounce Silver issue (20) still in the Royal Mint plastic strip as issued (£400 - £600)

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250) Britannia Fifty Pounds Silver 2015 S.BH11 UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, One Hundred Pounds 2015 Victoria Memorial/Buckingham Palace 2oz. Silver S.Q2 UNC, the obverse with a hint of toning, on the Royal Mint card of issue, Twenty Pounds Silver (9) 2013 George and the Dragon (4), 2014 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of World War I (2), 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch, 2015 Sir Winston Churchill 50th Anniversary of his Death (2) UNC on the Royal Mint cards of issue two with a hint of toning on the rim, Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2006 One Ounce Toned UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, Fifty Pence Britannia 2014 Quarter Ounce SS Gairsoppa issue with lettered edge S.BD2A (2) Lustrous UNC, the obverses with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Five Pound Crowns (2) 2012 Lustrous UNC with some toning, 2013 Christening of Prince George, Two Pounds (2) 2013 350th Anniversary of the First Gold Guinea, 2015 World War I 100th Anniversary - The Royal Navy, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 2013 Tales From The Tube comprising 2013 Tube Train and 2013 Underground Sign Reverses, Fifty Pence 2013 Christopher Ironside, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 2006 The Victoria Cross - The Award and The Heroic Acts UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue a few with light toning (£220 - £350)

253) Britannia Gold £1000 2021 One Kilo Gold Proof, the reverse design by P.J.Lynch is a striking new representation of Britannia, facing right in profile, reflecting the diversity of the people of Britain in the 21st Century. This imposing 100mm coin truly enhances the skill of the engraver showing the fine details to maximum effect. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 1 of only 5 minted, an exceptionally rare issue, coupled with the number 1 certificate ensures this will be much sought after in the future (£65,000 - £70,000)

251) Britannia Gold £100 2013 24 carat Gold One Ounce struck on a thinner flan. Currently unlisted in the Standard Catalogue, BU in a date stamp slab-style holder with First Class stamp dated 23 Oct 13, boxed as issued (£1,100 £1,500)

252) Britannia Gold £100 2015 One Ounce Gold, with textured background S.BQ15 UNC in a Datestamp holder with First class stamp, and dated 2nd March 2015, in the Datestamp box with certificate, only 50 such sets assembled (£1,200 - £1,800)

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254) Britannia Gold £200 2021 2oz. Gold Proof, featuring a new reverse design by P.J. Lynch, Britannia with shield and trident with seated lion beside, on a radiant background, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 07 of just only 103 minted, with just 50 in this presentation format, ensures this will be a highly collectable and sought after type in future (£8,000 - £12,000)

256) Britannia Gold £500 2021 5oz.Gold Proof, featuring a new reverse design by P.J. Lynch, Britannia with shield and trident with seated lion beside, on a radiant background, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 20 and accompanying booklet. A very low mintage of 83 pieces, with just 80 in this presentation format, ensures this will be a highly collectable and sought after type in future (£10,000 - £12,000)

255) Britannia Gold £200 2021 2oz. Gold Proof, the reverse a striking new representation of Britannia reflecting the diversity of the people of Britain in the 21st Century. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 101 of only 220 minted, and accompanying booklet (£4,000 £5,000)

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257) Britannia Gold Proof Set 1997 the 4-coin set comprising £100 One Ounce, £50 Half Ounce, £25 Quarter Ounce and £10 One Tenth Ounce S.PBG14 FDC retaining full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£2,500 - £3,000)

258) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2011 4-coin set in PCGS ‘First Strike’ holders One Hundred Pounds 2011 Gold One Ounce, Fifty Pounds 2011 Gold Half Ounce, Twenty-Five Pounds 2011 Gold Quarter Ounce and Ten Pounds 2011 Gold One Tenth Ounce all graded PR70 DCAM in the impressive box of issue with Royal Mint Certificate, only 200 ‘First Strike’ sets issued (£2,500 - £4,500)

260) Britannia Gold Ten Pounds 1987 One Tenth Ounce Gold Proof, Five Pound Crowns (6) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, 1999 Millennium Silver Proof, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial Silver Proof, Alderney Five Pounds 1999 Total Solar Eclipse Silver Proof with gold screen printing on the different phases of the eclipse on the reverse, nFDC to FDC some with light toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, Medals (2) The Marriage of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 1986 UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary 1990 50mm diameter, 53.3 grammes of .925 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350) 261) Britannia Gold Ten Pounds 1997 One Tenth Ounce Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £170) 262) Britannia Silver £1000 Two Kilos of .999 Silver, Proof, featuring a new design by P.J.Lynch, Britannia with shield and trident with seated lion beside, on a radiant background, a huge and impressive 150mm diameter fully emphasising the skill of the engraver, housed in a transparent acrylic block, only 110 examples have been minted of this massive issue. FDC in the large Wooden Royal Mint box with certificate and accompanying booklet (£4,000 - £6,000)

259) Britannia Gold Proof Set 2018 a 6-coin set S.PGB50 comprising Gold £100 One Ounce, Gold £50 Half Ounce, Gold £25 Quarter Ounce, Gold £10 One Tenth Ounce, Gold One Pound 1/20th Ounce and Gold Fifty Pence 1/40th Ounce FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 081 and Britannia ‘The Spirit of a Nation’ booklet, issue limited to 220 sets (This set listed incorrectly in the Spink catalogue as containing £100 to One Pound) (£2,800 - £3,500) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


263) Britannia Silver £500 2021 One Kilo of .999 Silver, Proof, the reverse a striking new representation reflecting the diversity of the people of Britain in the 21st Century. FDC in the large Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 13 of just 40 pieces issued. With this low mintage sure to be a highly sought after issue (£4,000 - £6,000)

of issue, Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee UNC, Sixpence 1963 VF on promotional card, Penny 1900 VG on a Royal Mint card, Medal 2009 50th Anniversary of the first Mini car, 24mm diameter in Cupro-Nickel by K.Hathaway UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, USA Half Dollar 1964 Kennedy A/UNC, Germany (2) 5 Marks 1983G Martin Luther KM#159 UNC, Germany - Medal Mildred Scheel 1979 30mm diameter UNC, GB Decimal Two Pounds (7) 2004 to 2016 a mix of commemorative issues VF to GEF, and Fifty Pence (15) a mix of commemorative issues 2006-2019 VF to GEF, Cyprus 50 Cents 1996 GVF, World modern base metal currency issues (43) includes issues from Jamaica, Cyprus, Norway, USA and more, in mixed circulated grades, Medal King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra Accession 1901/ Coronation 1902 24mm diameter in base metal Reverse: Crossed flags Union Jack and Royal Standard with crown above NVF (£125 - £150) 265) Britannia Silver Proof 4-coin Sets 2007 (2) both nFDC with a hint of toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £300) 266) Britannia Silver Proof Sets (3) 2007, 2008, 2012 nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£200 - £300) 267) Britannia Silver Set 2006 the Golden Silhouette Collection a 5-coin set of five different Two Pounds designs (S.4500A, 4501A, 4502A, 4503A, 4504A) each with selected gold plating of the obverse and reverse an impressive set Proof FDC housed in the original case of issue with booklet (£120 - £200) 268) Britannia Silver Two Pounds (20) 1998 (3),1999, 2000 (2), 2001 (2), 2002, 2003 (2), 2004, 2005 (3), 2007 (2), 2008 (2), 2012 UNC a few with toning or small spots, in a Westminster box some with certificates, along with Britannia Coin and Stamp Set 1999 comprising Two Pounds Silver Britannia 1999 Lustrous UNC lightly toned, and Ten Pounds Britannia Stamp, in the Royal Mint/Royal Mail folder of issue (£300 - £400)

264) Britannia Silver Fifty Pounds 2015 S.BH1 Lustrous UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, Twenty Pounds (2) 2013 George and the Dragon S.N1 UNC lightly toned on the obverse rim, 2014 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of World War I S.4900 UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue, Five Pound Crowns (4) 2011 1-Year Countdown to the London Olympic Games (3) UNC on the Royal Mint cards of issue, 2012 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II UNC, lightly toned on the Royal Mint card of issue, comes with set of 6 first class stamps on the small sheet of issue, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 2013 Tales From the Tube comprising Two Pounds 2013 Underground Train, and Two Pounds 2013 London Underground Sign UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue , Fifty Pence 2009 London Olympics S.4960 UNC on the Blue Peter/Royal Mint card

269) Britannia Silver Two Pounds (3) 2004 S.BF2 One Ounce Silver Proof, 2006 S.BF2 One Ounce Silver Proof, 2007 BF11, each nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds (30) 1989 Claim of Rights Silver Proof Piedfort, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 End of World War II Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof Piedfort, 1997 Technology Silver Proof Piedfort, 1997 Technology Silver Proof, 1998 Technology Silver Proof Piedfort, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, the first UK coin to feature a hologram, 2001 Marconi - Wireless bridges the Atlantic Silver Proof Piedfort, 2002 Commonwealth Games - England Silver Proof Piedfort with coloured flag and banner, S.K12A, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Northern Ireland Silver Proof Piedfort with coloured flag and banner S.K13A, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Scotland Silver Proof Piedfort with coloured flag and banner S.K14A, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Wales Silver Proof Piedfort with coloured flag and banner S.K15A (Note: These Commonwealth Games Piedfort issues are normally only

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available in the 4-coin set, and are seldom seen as single pieces), 2003 DNA Double Helix Discovery 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2003 DNA Double Helix Discovery 50th Anniversary Silver Proof, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive Silver Proof Piedfort, 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive Silver Proof, 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot Silver Proof Piedfort, 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot Silver Proof, 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II Silver Proof Piedfort, 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II Silver Proof, 2006 Brunel - The Man Silver Proof Piedfort, 2006 Brunel - The Man Silver Proof, 2006 Brunel - His Achievements Silver Proof Piedfort, 2006 Brunel - His Achievements Silver Proof, 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Silver Proof Piedfort, 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Silver Proof, 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union Silver Proof Piedfort, 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, some are Royal Mint certificates, some, including the Commonwealth Games issues are accompanied by Westminster certificates (£300 - £600)

272) Fifty Pence 1992/3 EU Presidency Gold Proof S.H5 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,500)

273) Fifty Pence 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries Gold Proof S.H11 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number (£500 - £700)

270) Britannia Silver Two Pounds (6) 2007 S.BF11, 2008 S.BF12 (4), 2010 S.BF13 UNC in a Westminster box with certificates, Britannia Silver Two Pounds a 2-coin set in Datestamp holders 2012 S.BF2 (.958 silver) with First Class stamp and Datestamp 31 Dec 2012, with 2013 S.BF2B (,999 silver) with First Class Stamp and Datestamp 1 Jan 2013, UNC and boxed as issued with certificate (£100 - £160) 271) Crowns (6) 2004 100th Anniversary of the Entente Cordiale Silver Proof, 2005 Lord Nelson Silver Proof Piedfort, 2005 Trafalgar 200th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2008 Prince Charles 60th Birthday Silver Proof, 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession on Henry VIII Silver Proof, 2009 3-Year Countdown to the London Olympics Silver Proof Piedfort with blue Olympic logo on the reverse, Two Pounds Silver Britannias (2) 1997 One Ounce Silver Proof and 2009 One Ounce Silver Proof, Two Pounds 2008 Olympic Handover Beijing to London Silver Proof Piedfort, One Pound (3) 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof. 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Piedfort, 2009 Shield of the Royal Arms Silver Proof, Fifty Pence 2006 Victoria Cross - The Award, Silver Proof Piedfort, 2006 Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pences a 2-coin set 1997 Large and Small sizes, Crowns (2) 1980 Queen Mother 80th Birthday Silver Proof, 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spence Silver Proof, Britannia Silver Twenty Pences (2) 2003 One Tenth Ounce Silver Proof, 2009 One Tenth Ounce Silver Proof, Twenty Pence 1982 Silver Proof Piedfort, Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, Ten Pence a 2-coin set 1992 Large and Small Sizes Silver Proofs, Five Pence 1990 Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pence a 2-coin set 1990 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, the vast majority are Royal Mint boxes with certificates, the remainder in Westminster boxes with certificates, Austria Fantasy Ducat 1752 a modern replica in base metal EF ‘as made’ (£200 - £350)

274) Fifty Pence 2003 100th Anniversary of the WSPU Gold Proof S.H12 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £800)

275) Fifty Pence 2006 a 2-coin set The Victoria Cross - The Award S.H15 and The Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts S.H16, set S.PGVCS FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,550 - £1,850)

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276) Fifty Pence 2007 100 Years of Scouting Gold Proof S.H17 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £900)

277) Fifty Pence 2009 50th Anniversary of the First 4-minute Mile Gold Proof Piedfort S.H13 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2004 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,500)

278) Fifty Pence 2009 a 16-coin set in silver, commemorating the 40th Anniversary of introduction of the Fifty Pence Spink PSS40 comprising an example of each design previously minted now all dated 2009, includes the Kew Gardens 2009, Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC a few coins with light toning, in the large black Royal Mint box of issue with book-style certificate (£250 - £450)

281) Fifty Pence 2011 World Wildlife Fund 50th Anniversary Gold Proof S.H25 a fingerprint obverse, otherwise FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 243 pieces issued, a rare item, this being the first we have offered in 7 years, and only the second such piece we have offered (£1,000 - £1,200)

282) Fifty Pence 2018 Paddington Bear 60th Anniversary - At The Station, Gold Proof S. H49 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£600 - £900)

283) Fifty Pence 2019 A Celebration of Sherlock Holmes 160th Anniversary of the birth of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle S.H52 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 018, only 600 pieces minted with just 400 in this presentation format (£800 - £900)

279) Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary Silver Proof nFDC with light toning around the edges, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£120 - £220) 280) Fifty Pence 2010 100 Years of Girlguiding S.H24 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 355 pieces issued (£700 - £800)

284) Fifty Pence 2019 Paddington - At The Tower S.H66 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£600 - £900)

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285) Fifty Pence 2019 Wallace and Gromit 30th Anniversary S.H69 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the Animator Nick Park and the long and painstaking process in making the animated film, Number 415 of 640 pieces minted with 630 in this presentation format. (£600 - £900)

288) Fifty Pence 2020 Peter Rabbit Gold Proof, Reverse: Peter Rabbit squeezing under a garden gate, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Number 108 of 500 issued, only the second we have offered of this type (£800 - £900)

286) Fifty Pence 2019 Wallace and Gromit 30th Anniversary S.H69 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the Animator Nick Park and the long and painstaking process in making the animated film. Number 621 of 640 pieces minted with 630 in this presentation format. (£600 - £900)

289) Fifty Pence 2020 Piglet Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 357 of only 535 pieces minted with just 525 in this presentation format, one of the Classic Winnie The Pooh series to be depicted on the Fifty Pence coin (£900 - £1,100)

287) Fifty Pence 2020 Christopher Robin Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 179 of only 535 pieces minted with just 525 in this presentation format, one of the Classic Winnie The Pooh series to be depicted on the Fifty Pence coin (£900 - £1,100)

290) Fifty Pence 2020 Rosalind Franklin - The Discovery of DNA - Photograph 51, Gold Proof, currently unlisted by the Standard Catalogue, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 201, and accompanied by the detailed information booklet showing the timeline of the discovery of the makeup of DNA and the key significance of Photograph 51 showing the significance of the exposure to X-Rays on DNA fibres. Of particular interest to the scientifically-minded collector. Rare with only 250 pieces issued (£850 - £950)

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293) Fifty Pence 2020 Tales of the Earth, The Dinosauria Collection - Megalosaurus Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, one of a set of three coins in the Dinosauria Collection, number 282 of only 360 pieces issued, with just 350 pieces issued in this presentation format, the subject matter ensures this will be a popular series (£800 - £1,000)

291) Fifty Pence 2020 Tales of the Earth, The Dinosauria Collection - Hylaeosaurus Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, one of a set of three coins in the Dinosauria Collection, number 152 of only 360 pieces issued, with just 350 pieces issued in this presentation format, the subject matter ensures this will be a popular series. The first time we have offered the Hylaeosaurus type in gold (£800 - £1,000)

292) Fifty Pence 2020 Tales of the Earth, The Dinosauria Collection - Iguanodon Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, one of a set of three coins in the Dinosauria Collection, number 060 only 360 pieces issued, with just 350 in this format, the subject matter ensures this will become a popular series (£800 - £1,000)

294) Fifty Pence 2020 The Snowman Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the author, the film and it’s history and origins. Number 132 of just 275 issued in this presentation format (£900 £1,100)

295) Fifty Pence 2020 Winnie the Pooh Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet detailing the exploits of the ever-popular bear in the Children’s stories. Certificate number 516 of only 535 pieces minted with just 525 in this presentation format, one of the Classic Winnie The Pooh series to be depicted on the Fifty Pence coin (£900 - £1,100)

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296) Fifty Pence 2021 50th Anniversary of Decimal Day Gold Proof the reverse a clever assemblage combining parts of the designs of the pre-decimal coinage Florin, Shilling, Sixpence, Brass Threepence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing. In the centre, a 7-sided panel with ‘1971 Decimal Day’. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 153 and accompanying booklet (£1,000 - £1,200)

299) Fifty Years of the Fifty Pence - British Military Set a 5-coin set 2019 Silver Proof Piedforts, S.PSS86 comprising previously issued reverse types: Battle of Britain, D-Day Landings, Victoria Cross - The Award, Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts, and Battle of Hastings, all coins now dated 2019, Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£200 - £250) 300) First Proof Sovereign and First Proof Half Sovereign of Queen Elizabeth II, a 2-coin set comprising Sovereign 1979 S.SC1 Proof FDC, and Half Sovereign 1980 S.SB1 Proof nFDC with a hint of light toning, both in a the Royal Mint soft cases of issue, the Half Sovereign with certificate, (The Sovereign issue did not originally have a certificate) all housed in a London Mint box (£400 - £500)

297) Fifty Years of the Fifty Pence - British Culture Set a 5-coin set 2019 Silver Proof Piedforts S.PSS84 comprising Britannia, 100 Years of Scouting, 100 Years of Girl guiding, 250th Anniversary of Kew Gardens and 4-Minute mile reverse designs, all coins now dated 2019, Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£225 - £275)

301) First World War 100th Anniversary - A Story in Coins, Five Pound Crowns 2018 6-coin set S.PSS78 comprising 2018 Remembrance Day S.4880 Silver Proof, 2018 War Memorial - The Cenotaph S.4881 Silver Proof, 2018 Poppies and barbed wire S.4882 Silver Proof, 2018 Imperial War Museum S.4883 Silver Proof, 2018 Commonwealth War Graves Commission S.4884 Silver Proof, 2018 Peace Dove S.4885 Silver Proof , the first coin with a very minor handling mark, otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350) 302) Five Hundred Pounds 2017 The Queen’s Beasts - The Unicorn of Scotland 1 Kilo of .999 silver, S.QCE2, in a large NGC ‘Early Releases’ holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, only 225 minted (£1,200 - £1,400)

298) Fifty Years of the Fifty Pence - British Military Set a 5-coin set 2019 Gold Proofs, S.PGC27, comprising previously issued reverse types: Battle of Britain, D-Day Landings, Victoria Cross - The Award, Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts, and Battle of Hastings, all coins now dated 2019, nFDC to FDC two of the coins with the slightest hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 36 of 75 sets issued, these 2019-dated Fifty Pence coins are only available in this 5-coin Gold set, no pieces have been issued individually, making this an extremely desirable, rare and collectable set for the modern Gold Specialist (£5,000 - £6,000)

303) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 - Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog - Sheng Xiao Collection, 100mm diameter One Kilo Silver Proof S.5143, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 080 of only 108 minted. One of the lowest mintages in the Large Silver series (£1,400 - £1,800)

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304) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 Queen’s Beast’s - The Black Bull of Clarence 5oz.Gold Proof S.QCH4 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 22 of only 85 minted, with just 75 in this presentation format. With this tiny mintage, sure to be a much sought after series in the future, indeed realised prices are already increasing for this popular issue (£9,000 - £12,000)

305) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 Sheng Xiao Collection - Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog, 5oz. Gold Proof, S.5204 Reverse design by Wuon-Gean Ho, FDC in the Royal Mint red box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate number 20 of only 58 pieces minted, with this extremely low mintage, this promises to be a much sought after series in future (£9,000 - £12,000)

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306) Five Hundred Pounds 2018 Sheng Xiao Collection - Chinese Lunar Year of the Dog, 5oz. Gold Proof, S.5204 Reverse design by Wuon-Gean Ho, FDC in the Royal Mint red box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate number 34 of only 58 pieces minted, with this extremely low mintage, the Sheng Xiao Collection Gold Series already proving to be popular with collectors and investors alike (£9,000 £12,000)

307) Five Hundred Pounds 2019 - Chinese Lunar Year of the Pig - Sheng Xiao, 100mm diameter, One Kilo of Silver Proof FDC with certificate number 8 of a very low mintage of just 38 of this impressive issue, this the joint lowest mintage in this popular series, and as time progresses will surely become a rare and sought after item (£1,500 - £1,900)

308) Five Hundred Pounds 2019 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Victoria 100mm diameter, One Kilo Silver Proof, S.R11 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 004 and booklet, the low certificate numbers very seldom offered in any series and becoming increasingly popular with investors. (£1,400 - £1,800)

309) Five Hundred Pounds 2019 Queen’s Beasts - The Yale of Beaufort 100mm diameter, One Kilo Silver Proof S.QCE6 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 28 of only 120 issued, with just 90 in this presentation format. These are amongst the lowest mintages in the Large Silver series (£1,400 - £1,800)

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310) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 5oz. Gold Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with historical booklet and certificate number 55 of just 60 minted. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly reinvent himself staying at the top of the music profession throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby (£15,000 - £19,000)

311) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 Elton John - British Music Legend 5oz. Gold Proof. The Royal Mint range of Elton John coins has proved as big a hit as many of the subjects compositions. The Reverse design by Bradley Morgan Johnson is particularly innovative and eye catching, in keeping with the music and performances of Elton John over his 50 Year career during which he sold over 300 million records. This issue will undoubtedly be sought after by Gold Collectors and Music fans alike. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and the accompanying informative booklet. Certificate number 05 of only 50 pieces issued. With only 4 examples of the Gold Kilo coin having been minted, this is one of the flagship coins of the Elton John range and is sure to be a much sought after issue (£14,000 - £18,000)

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312) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 Elton John - British Music Legend 5oz. Gold Proof. The Royal Mint range of Elton John coins has proved as big a hit as many of the subjects compositions. The Reverse design by Bradley Morgan Johnson is particularly innovative and eye catching, in keeping with the music and performances of Elton John over his 50 Year career during which he sold over 300 million records. This issue will undoubtedly be sought after by Gold Collectors and Music fans alike. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and the accompanying informative booklet. Certificate number 33 of only 50 pieces issued. With only 4 examples of the Gold Kilo coin having been minted, this is one of the flagship coins of the Elton John range and is sure to be a much sought after issue (£14,000 - £18,000)

313) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond 007 Gold 5oz. .999 Gold Proof, the reverse design featuring the iconic Aston Martin DB5, the 007 logo, on the gun barrel background, a ‘must have’ for the James Bond collector FDC in the Royal Mint black ‘Special Issue’ box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate Number 29 of only 64 pieces issued with just 58 in this presentation format, sure to be keenly sought by James Bond collectors present and future, already proving to be to be a keenly sought after piece. This issue one of the most popular and sought after in the Gold 5oz. series (£13,000 - £16,000)

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314) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 Making Peace, 75th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War 5 Ounce Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box of issue, with certificate an accompanying informative booklet. Number 69 of only 85 issued, with just 75 in this presentation format (£9,000 - £12,000)

316) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 5 ounce Gold Proof, FDC in a large NGC ‘First Releases’ holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin with booklet and certificate number 083. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern gold coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint, and with a mintage of only 160 pieces, is sure to be an extremely prized issue in years to come. a ‘must have’ for the modern gold specialist collector (£40,000 - £60,000)

315) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 Queen’s Beasts - The White Horse of Hanover 100mm diameter, One Kilo Silver Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, with certificate number 14 of only 115 pieces minted. The first we have offered of this impressive type and the latest in the popular Queen’s Beasts series (£1,400 - £1,800)

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317) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 5 ounce Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 001, all Royal Mint certificate number 1 issues highly sought after and rarely offered. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern gold coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint, and with a mintage of only 160 pieces, with just 150 in this presentation format, is sure to be an extremely prized issue in years to come. a ‘must have’ for the modern gold specialist collector (£40,000 - £60,000)

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318) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 5 ounce Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 107. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern gold coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint, and with a mintage of only 160 pieces, with just 150 in this presentation format, is sure to be an extremely prized issue in years to come. a ‘must have’ for the modern gold specialist collector (£40,000 - £60,000)

319) Five Hundred Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 5 ounce Silver Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 088. Only 100 pieces have been minted of this impressive piece. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern gold coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint, and with this low mintage, is sure to before a prized issue in years to come. A ‘must have’ for the specialist modern collector. (£11,000 - £14,000)

320) Five Hundred Pounds 2021 Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday, 100mm diameter, One Kilo of .999 Silver, the obverse with the Jody Clark portrait, the reverse, by Gary Breeze, a cleverly arranged design of 9 roses, each representing a decade of the Queen’s life, and 54 leaves, signifying the 54 countries of the Commonwealth, with crowned E II R in the centre, Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue, with certificate number 37 of just 160 pieces minted, with only 150 in this presentation format, and with accompanying descriptive booklet detailing key moments and events from the Queen’s lifetime. The latest issue in the Silver One Kilo series and sure to be a popular issue (£1,600 - £2,000) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


322) Five Hundred Pounds 2021 Queen’s Beasts - The Griffin of Edward III One Kilo of .999 Silver Proof FDC in the large and impressive Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 40 of just 105 minted with just 70 in this presentation format (£1,600 - £2,000)

321) Five Hundred Pounds 2021 Queen’s Beasts - The Griffin of Edward III 5oz.Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 61 of just 129 minted with just 115 in this presentation format, the latest issue in the popular Queen’s Beast Gold series (£9,000 - £12,000)

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323) Five Hundred Pounds 2021 Queen’s Beasts - The White Greyhound of Richmond 5oz. Gold Proof in a large NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet detailing it’s heraldic origins back to the time of Henry VI. Certificate number 3 of just 69 pieces minted, with just 4 in this ‘First Release’ slabbed presentation format. An incredibly small issue and will undoubted become a series where demand will outstrip supply. (£10,000 - £14,000)

324) Five Hundred Pounds 2021 Sheng Xiao Collection - Chinese Lunar Year of the Ox 5oz. Gold Proof, Reverse: An Ox grazing, design by Harry Brockway, an eye-catching design, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate number 02 of only 38 minted, with just 28 in this presentation format, the latest design in the ever-popular Sheng Xiao series, the low certificate numbers increasing sought after and seldom offered (£9,000 - £12,000)

325) Five Pound Crown 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Gold Proof S.L3 nFDC (spot obverse field, and fingerprint reverse) in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,500 - £2,000)

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326) Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Mother Memorial Gold Proof S.L11 nFDC with light handling marks, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,500 - £2,200)

327) Five Pound Crown 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Elizabeth I Gold Proof S.L18 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,500 - £2,000)

328) Five Pound Crown 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII Gold Proof S.L20 one very small tone spot on the obverse otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,500 - £2,000)

the paperweight-style holder, in the Royal Mint box with certificate, 2019 Paddington - At The Tower S.H66 Silver Proof with coloured reverse, in the paperweight-style holder, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, South Africa Silver Krugerrand 2018 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£150 - £300) 331) Five Pound Crown 2019 Remembrance Day Centenary 1919-2019 Gold Proof, type as S.78 Reverse: A single poppy with 1919 and 2019 on either side. The Gold Proof currently unlisted in the Standard catalogue. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 018 and accompanying booklet detailing the First World War and the origins of the ‘Peace Day’ and subsequent Remembrance Day. Only 300 issued with just 240 in this presentation format, and only the second of this type we have offered (£2,000 - £2,500)

332) Five Pound Crown 2019 The Tower of London - Ceremony of the Keys S.L76 Gold Proof FDC or very near so with light toning around part of the obverse legend. In the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the introduction of the Ceremony in 1340 in the Reign of Edward III, and the subsequent traditions linked with it. Certificate number 086 of only 385 issued, with just 325 in this presentation format. The Tower of London issues proving to be a popular series. With all four 2019 Tower of London Gold issues listed in this sale, this provides a chance for the modern gold collector to obtain all four issues together (£2,200 - £2,600)

329) Five Pound Crown 2012 London Paralympics Silver Proof Piedfort with coloured Olympic logo on the reverse S.4925 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£80 £100) 330) Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor S.L49 Silver Proof Piedfort, Two Pounds 2019 75th Anniversary of D-Day S.K55 Silver Proof, Fifty Pences 2019 (3) Wallace and Gromit S.H69 Silver Proof with coloured reverse FDC in the paperweight-style holder, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, 2018 Paddington - At The Station S.H49 Silver Proof with coloured reverse, in More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


333) Five Pound Crown 2019 The Tower of London - Legend of the Ravens S.L73 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, number 103 of only 385 issued, with just 325 issued in this format. The Tower of London issues proving to be a popular series. With all four 2019 Tower of London Gold issues being listed in this sale, a chance for the modern gold collector to obtain all four issues together (£2,200 - £2,600)

336) Five Pound Crown 2020 150 Years of the British Red Cross 1870-2020, Reverse design by Henry Gray showing the Red Cross symbol on a map of Great Britain by Henry Gray, the edge reads PER HUMANITATEM AD PACEM which translates as ‘Through Humanity to Peace’. Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate number 145 of only 260 minted with just 250 in this presentation format (£2,200 - £2,600) 334) Five Pound Crown 2019 The Tower of London - The Crown Jewels, Reverse: The Crown of Mary of Modena S.L74 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the origins of the Crown Jewels in 1660 upon the Restoration of the Monarchy under Charles II, and their subsequent history. Certificate number 176 of 385 issued with only 325 in this format. The Tower of London issues are now proving to be a popular series, and with all four of the Tower of London Gold Five Pound Crowns being offered in this sale, providing an opportunity to acquire all four types together (£2,200 - £2,600)

335) Five Pound Crown 2019 The Tower of London - The Yeoman Warders S.L75 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the history and tradition associated with this iconic post. Number 075 of just 385 issued with just 325 in this format. The Tower of London issues proving to be a popular series, and with all four 2019 Tower of London Gold issues being offered in this sale, a chance for the modern gold collector to obtain all four issues together (£2,200 - £2,600)

337) Five Pound Crown 2020 250th Anniversary of the Birth of William Wordsworth Gold Proof, Obverse: Bust of Queen Elizabeth II right, Jody Clark portrait, Reverse: A sunburst through a cloudy sky shines upon a mountain range, 1770 WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 1850, below in the foreground ‘Nature never did betray the heart that loved her’. Edge: I WANDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD, an inventive and dramatic reverse design, the edge reading from Wordsworth’s most famous poem. The first commemoration of William Wordsworth on a UK coin. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 207 of only 310 issued, with just 300 in this presentation format (£2,200 - £2,600)

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338) Five Pound Crown 2020 75th Anniversary of the End of World War II Gold Proof, Reverse design by Christian Davies and Matt Dent, consisting of interlinked PEACE and WAR, one small spot near the reverse rim otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the events leading to the end of World War II. Comes with certificate number 007 and information booklet. Low number certificates are becoming more sought after and are seldom offered. Rare with a total mintage of only 410 pieces, with just 225 in this presentation format (£2,200 - £2,600)

341) Five Pound Crown 2021 Royal Albert Hall 150th Anniversary- Type I with flat surface, Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the building, and the celebrities and famous sportsmen and women to have competed and performed at the famous venue. Certificate number 160 of only 170 pieces minted so, this promises to be a much sought after type. The Royal Mint website has already sold out of this and the Type II domed surface coin. (£2,400 - £2,800)

339) Five Pound Crown 2020 The Tower of London - The Infamous Prison, Gold Proof. Reverse by Timothy Noad, shows the legend ‘My Libertie Denied’, against a Norman arched window, a feature of all the coins in this new series. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 040 and accompanying booklet. Only 135 pieces issued with just 125 in this presentation format. (£2,400 - £2,800)

340) Five Pound Crown 2021 Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday Gold Proof Reverse design: Crowned EIIR with a background of National Floral emblems by Timothy Noad, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and accompanying booklet, describing many key moments in the Queen’s lifetime (£2,400 - £2,800)

342) Five Pound Crown 2021 Royal Albert Hall 150th Anniversary- Type II with domed surface, Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the building, and the celebrities and famous sportsmen and women to have performed and competed at the famous venue. Certificate number 021 of only 210 pieces minted, with just 200 in this presentation format, so this promises to be a much sought after type. The Royal Mint website has already sold out of this and the Type I flat surface coin. Both types of the Albert Hall Gold Five Pounds are being offered in this sale. (£2,600 - £3,500)

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343) Five Pound Crowns (14) 1999 Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Silver Proof, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof, 2000 Millennium Silver Proof with gold highlighting on the reverse, 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era Silver Proof, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial Silver Proof, 2003 Coronation Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, 2005 Nelson Silver Proof, 2005 Trafalgar Silver Proof, 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort with gold highlighting on the reverse, 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof Piedfort, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof nFDC to FDC, a few with light toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £300) 344) Five Pound Crowns (2) 1999 Millennium Silver Proof, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof, Two Pounds (3) 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof, 1998 Technology Silver Proof, 2003 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of the DNA Double Helix Silver Proof, Fifty Pences 1997 2-coin sets (2) Large and Small sizes, one with the inner case discoloured, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint cases of issue with certificates, Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Five Pound Crowns (2) 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding A/UNC in soft case, 1999 Millennium UNC in a soft case, One Pound 2000 UNC in a soft case, Crowns (2) 1951 UNC in a soft case, 1965 Gold plated Cupro Nickel GEF in soft case with certificate, Medal 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Crown-sized A/UNC in base metal, in soft case, Numismatic Cover 2000 comprising Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday UNC with First Class Stamp, on the commemorative envelope UNC as issued (£120 - £220) 345) Five Pound Crowns (2) 2012 London Olympics Countdown S.4923 Silver Proof, 2012 London Paralympic Games S.4925 Silver Proof both with coloured Olympic logos as part of the Reverse design nFDC-FDC with light toning, in a Westminster box with certificates, Crowns a 3-coin set comprising 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge About Fine, 1891 VG and 1900 LXIV About Fine, Crowns/Five Pound Crowns (4) comprising Crowns 1977 (2) EF and UNC, Five Pound Crowns (2) 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Lustrous UNC, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding UNC in a Westminster box three with certificates, Year of the Three Kings 1936 a 3-coin set comprising Crown 1935 EF, Crown 1937 VF and Edward VIII Crown-sized medal, the Reverse : ‘THE PATTERNS OF EDWARD VII’ and crowned monogram design Silver Proof nFDC, in a Westminster box with certificate, Numismatic Cover 2010 London Festival of Stamps/Centenary of the Accession of George V comprising Crown 1935 NVF and set of 4x Stamps, First Class, £1.10, and 2x original George V stamps a One Penny Red and Half Penny Green, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in a Westminster box with certificate (£100 - £160)

346) Five Pound Crowns (2) 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gold Plated Silver Proof S.L24 nFDC with some tiny tone spots, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, 2014 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne Gold Plated Silver Proof S.L32 nFDC with tiny flecks of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£70 - £90) 347) Five Pound Crowns (4) 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth I Silver Proof Piedfort, 2008 Prince Charles 60th Birthday Silver Proof Piedfort, 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII Silver Proof Piedfort, 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth I Silver Proof, Two Pounds (6) 2008 100th Anniversary of the 1908 Olympic Games Silver Proof Piedfort, 2008 100th Anniversary of the 1908 Olympic Games Silver Proof, 2008 Olympic Handover Beijing to London Silver Proof, 2009 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns Silver Proof Piedfort, 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin Silver Proof Piedfort, 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin Silver Proof, Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2008 One Ounce Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC, many with light toning, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds Silver Britannias (2) 2006, 2007 UNC in Westminster soft cases (£150 - £300) 348) Five Pound Crowns 2012 London Paralympics Gold Plated Silver Proof with coloured Olympic logo at the top of the reverse (2) S.4924, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£80 - £100) 349) Five Pound Crowns 2020 (2) A Celebration of the Reign of King George III - Britain’s Longest Reigning King. The reverse is a new design by Dominique Evans with a vignette of George III at the centre in the style of the Gold Sovereigns of the 1817-1820 period Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates and accompanying booklets (£110 - £140) 350) Five Pound Crowns a 19-coin set - A Celebration of Britain The Mind, Body and Spirit of Britain, 18 different designs, comprising The Mind series (7) 2009 Big Ben S.4930 (2), 2009 Stonehenge S.4931, 2009 The Angel of the North S.4932, 2009 The Flying Scotsman S.4933, 2009 Isaac Newton Sculpture S.4934, 2009 The Globe Theatre S.4935, The Body series (6) 2010 Rhossili Bay S.4936, 2010 Giant’s Causeway S.4937, 2010 River Thames S.4938, 2010 Barn Owl S.4939, 2010 Oak Leaves and Acorns S.4940, 2010 Weather-Vane S.4941, The Spirit series 2010 (6) comprising 2010 National Floral Emblems S.4942, 2010 White Rabbit S.4943, 2010 View of The Mall S.4944, 2010 Sir Winston Churchill statue S.4945, 2010 Musical Instruments S.4946, and 2010 Anti-Slavery S.4947 all Silver Proofs, each reverse with a coloured 2012 Olympic logo, along with Olympic issues, Five Pound Crowns (4) 2009 3-Year Countdown S.4920, 2010 2-Year Countdown S.4921, 2011 1-Year Countdown S.4922 and 2012 London Olympics S.4924 all Silver Proofs, the odd small hint of toning, otherwise FDC and retaining practically full original mint brilliance, in a Westminster box with all Royal Mint certificates (£400 - £700)

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351) Five Pound Crowns a 6-coin set, all from the Mind, Body and Spirit series, comprising 2009 The Mind Series (5) Big Ben S.4930, Stonehenge S.4931, Angel of the North S.4932, Flying Scotsman S.4933, Isaac Newton Sculpture S.4934, and The Body Series 2010 Giant’s Causeway S.4937 all Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC, one with a small area of toning, in a Westminster box with certificates, The Historic Coins of Great Britain a 22-coin set comprising Five Pound Crowns (4) 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday Silver Proof, 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Silver Proof, 1998 Prince Charles 50th Birthday Silver Proof, 1999 Millennium Silver Proof, Two Pounds (5) 1986 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof, 1996 Euro 96 Football Silver Proof, 1998 Technology Silver Proof, 1999 Rugby World Cup Silver Proof, 2001 Marconi Silver Proof, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (2) 1999, 2000, One Pound Silver Proofs (5) 1987, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, Fifty Pence (4) 1998 25th Anniversary of Membership of the EU Silver Proof, 1998 NHS 50th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries Silver Proof, 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC many with toning, Crown 1894 LVIII VG, Trade Dollar 1911B Good Fine, in a Westminster box, 15 with certificates, most of the certificates stuck in the pages of an accompanying exercise book, Niue One Dollar 2011 a 6-coin set Princess Diana featuring six different reverse designs, silver plated copper Proofs, FDC boxed with certificates (£250 - £450)

355) Five Pounds 2020 2oz. Silver Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with historical booklet and certificate. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly re-invent himself staying at the top of the music professions throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby. The 27 stars in the design represent each of his 27 albums, the lightning bolt in the design comes from the imagery of his Ziggy Stardust period. These are all now sold out by the Royal Mint. (£500 - £600)

352) Five Pounds - Queen’s Beasts a 5-coin set 2016-2018 comprising Five Pounds (5) 2016 The Lion of England 2oz. Silver S.QBA1, the obverse with ‘stippled’ pattern field, 2017 The Red Dragon of Wales 2oz. Silver S.QBA2. 2017 The Griffin of Edward III 2oz. Silver S.QBA3, 2018 The Black Bull of Clarence 2oz. Silver (currently unlisted), 2018 The Unicorn of Scotland 2oz. Silver S.QBA4 all UNC, the first coin with some scratches around the reverse rim, in a presentation box with certificate (£150 - £200) 353) Five Pounds 2002 Gold Proof Crown Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,500 - £2,000)

354) Five Pounds 2018 Four Generations of Royalty S.L70 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 248 of only 500 issued, (£2,000 - £2,500)

356) Five Pounds 2020 2oz. Silver Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with historical booklet and certificate. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly re-invent himself staying at the top of the music professions throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby. The 27 stars in the design represent each of his 27 albums, the lightning bolt in the design comes from the imagery of his Ziggy Stardust period. These are all now sold out by the Royal Mint. (£500 - £600)

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357) Five Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce .999 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces (£1,800 - £2,600)

359) Five Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce .999 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces (£1,800 - £2,600) 358) Five Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce .999 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces (£1,800 - £2,600)

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360) Five Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce .999 Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 1527 of 3500 issued in this presentation format, and Royal Mint booklet. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces (£1,800 - £2,600)

361) Five Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon The Three Graces 2 ounce .999 Silver Proof in an NGC First Releases holder with blue FIRST RELEASES lettering, graded PF70 Ultra Cameo FDC comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin with certificate and booklet. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces (£3,000 - £4,000)

362) Five Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce .999 Silver Proof in an NGC ‘Queen Elizabeth II’ First Releases holder with picture of the Queen on the label, graded PF70 Ultra Cameo FDC comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin with certificate and booklet. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces (£3,000 - £4,000)

363) Five Pounds Britannia 2010 1 ounce fine Palladium London Mint Office issue in their box with certificate (£1,700 £2,200)

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364) Five Pounds Gold 1988U S.SE5 BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,300 - £1,800)

365) Five Pounds Gold 2005 S.SE9 BU in the green Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 003, the low certificate numbers extremely sought after (£1,300 - £1,800)

366) Five Pounds Gold 2019 BU with Matt finish, currently unlisted by the Spink Decimal issues Catalogue. In the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 500 pieces issued in this format (£2,000 - £2,500)

367) GB and World (22) GB (9) Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2000 Lustrous UNC, Crowns (4) 1951 A/UNC in the green box of issue, 1953 UNC in a slide case, 1965 A/UNC, 1981 GEF, Five Pound Crowns (3) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday UNC on the card of issue, 1999 Millennium UNC, 2015 Royal Birth of Princess Charlotte UNC still sealed in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 2015 the Fifth Circulating Coinage (Jody Clark) Portrait 8 coins Two Pounds to One Penny Lustrous UNC, some coins with light toning, in the double set slip case, Falkland Islands 25 Pounds 1986 Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 150 grammes of .925 Silver Proof nFDC

uncased, Guernsey (6) Five Pounds and One Pound pair 1999/2000 Silver Proof with Gold plated Nugget nFDC in soft case with certificate, Five Pounds (3) 1999/2000 UNC, 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era Cupro-Nickel Proof nFDC in soft case with certificate, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Gold plated cupronickel Lustrous UNC, One Pound (2) 1999 Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones Silver Proof nFDC lightly toned, in soft case with certificate, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Silver Proof nFDC with light toning, uncased in capsule, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Two Pounds 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 2006 Proof nFDC in capsule, Medals (5) Ireland 2016 Easter Rising Centenary 32mm diameter Bimetallic UNC, Mary Queen of Scots modern cast issue 67mm diameter Obverse: Half length bust of Mary, Reverse: ‘Mary Queen of Scots 15421567 Queen of France 1559-1560 Beheaded 1587’ GVF, Edinburgh Castle undated Crown-sized medal in Nickel Silver UNC cased, BBA Group Ltd. 1979 Centenary Reverse: Founders William Fenton and W.Wilson Corbett UNC in a slide case, RMS Titanic Medal 2012 44mm diameter UNC in Belfast Telegraph wallet (£100 - £150) 368) GB and World a large group of Promoters items, comprising European Currencies a 42-piece medallic set each piece 50mm diameter in cupro-Nickel with each depicting a historic building or monument with a gold-plated pre-Euro currency piece from each respective country set into the reverse UNC in three promoters boxes with certificates, The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee a 9-piece medallic set each piece 50mm diameter in silver plated copper, and each reverse with a different portrait of the Queen with a small inset diamond, Proofs nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Jubilee Celebrations a 4-piece medallic set each piece 70mm diameter in gold-plated base metal each with a different colour portrait of the Queen on the reverse, The Diamond Jubilee Weekend Collection (2 sets) 4-piece medallic sets each piece 70mm diameter in gold plated copper, two reverses with a different coloured London scene, the other two with different colour pictures of the Queen, Proof FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, The Speeches of Queen Elizabeth II a 12-piece medallic set each reverse with part of the text of key speeches by the Queen, from 1947 to 2002 FDC in the folder of issue with certificates , Portraits of a Queen a 12-piece medallic set each piece 50mm diameter and each with a different portrait and with a gemstone set in to the reverse, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Kings and Queens of the UK a 12-piece medallic set in gold-plated copper each 40mm diameter with a different monarch’s colour picture on the reverse: Richard I, Henry V, Richard III, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, James I, Charles II, Anne, George IV, Victoria, George V and Elizabeth II Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates, British Banknotes a 12-piece medallic set each piece 50mm diameter in gold-plated copper with a different coloured Banknote on each respective reverse, from the Harvey White £1000 to the Boulton and Watt £50, nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificates, England’s Crown Jewels a 12-piece medallic set copper with gold and silver plating, each with different reverses, with inset gemstones, Proofs UNC boxed with certificates, The Diamond Jubilee of the Queen a 12-piece medallic set each piece 40mm diameter in goldplated copper, each reverse with different portraits of the

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Queen through the years Proofs nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificates, Portraits of a Princess - 70mm diameter in gold plated copper with the reverse with Terence Donovan portrait of Princess Diana with inset Swarovski blue crystal Proof nFDC with certificate, The Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Commemorative 38mm diameter in gold-plated copper (5) each with colour picture of the Queen on the reverse, Proof FDC, with certificates, European Currencies Germany issue 25mm diameter undated Weltzeituhr Berlin Alexanderplatz Proof FDC in capsule, Kings and Queens of the UK a 12-piece medallic set each 40mm diameter in gold-plated copper with a different monarch on the reverse Richard I, Henry V, Richard III, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, James I, Charles II, Anne, George IV, Victoria, George V and the Year of the Three Kings (1936) Proof nFDC to FDC with certificates, Numismatic First Day Covers (7) GB (2) 2015 The Queen’s Portrait Commemorative Coin Cover Pair comprising 2 sets, the first with the 8-coin Set Two Pounds to One Penny Rank-Broadley Portrait (Fourth Portrait) and set of 4 x Union Jack First Class stamps, the second with the 8-coin set Two Pounds to One Penny Jody Clark Portrait (Fifth Portrait) and set of 4 x Union Jack stamps, each UNC on the respective commemorative envelopes, in the wallets of issue with certificates, Tristan da Cunha The Winston Churchill £5 Coin Cover 2015 (5 sets) each comprising Five Pounds 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill and First Class stamp, UNC on the commemorative envelopes, in the wallets of issue with certificates, Guernsey (6) Five Pounds 2014 Centenary of the First World War (3) UNC in the wallets of issue, Five Pounds 2015 Events during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth II UNC in the soft cases of issue, GB (7) Crowns (2) 1935 EF, 1951 A/UNC, Double Florin 1889 Near Fine, Five Pound Crowns (2) 1999 Diana Memorial UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Two Pounds 2012 Charles Dickens (2) NEF to EF, Fifty Pence a 6-coin set comprising 1969 Britannia, 1973 EEC, 1982 Britannia, 1992/3 EU Presidency, 1994 D-Day Landings and 1997 Britannia issues, in mixed grades, in the Royal Mint wallet as issued, Fiji One Dollar (2) 2010 Henry VIII - The Field of the Cloth of Gold Silver plated Copper Proof FDC, 2010 William The Conqueror - The Battle of Hastings Silver plated Copper Proof FDC in the soft pouches of issue with certificates, Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds (7) 2014 Vivat Regina Lustrous Cupro-Nickel UNC, 2015 (6) 70th Anniversary of VE Day (3), Sir Winston Churchill 50th Anniversary of his Death (3) in gold-plated copper with photographic reverses Prooflike UNC in soft pouches all but one with certificates, GB One Shilling Fantasy 1914 in base metal Daily Mail issue Matt UNC in the pack of issue, along with empty promoters boxes (17) to take various amounts of coins, these all in good second-hand condition, also a further 10 unrelated Westminster certificates (over 24 Kilos) (£200 - £400) 369) GB and World comprising GB Crown 1673 VICESIMO QVINTO ESC 47, Bull 390 VG in a presentation box with certificate, Tristan da Cunha Ten Pounds 2010 Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Engagement 5oz. Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, Tristan da Cuhna Crown 2010 Queen Elizabeth II 84th Birthday Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, The Changing Face of Britain’s Coinage a 15-coin set comprising

Pre-Decimal issues Halfcrown to Halfpenny (No Farthing) and Decimal Issues One Pound to Half New Penny each coin gold layered and with red, white and blue coloured highlighting, in mixed grades, in the presentation box 12 with certificates, along with accompanying 0.958 silver Crown-sized medal FDC boxed with certificate (£150 £250) 370) GB and World Numismatic Covers and First Day Covers a large group (49), GB Coin and Banknote Cover 2002 Five Pounds Lowther QE50 000276, GB Numismatic Covers (29) Five Pound Crown 2002 Cupro-Nickel and 2 stamps, 2006 Five Pound Crown Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday and set of 8 stamps (2 sets), 2008 Queen Elizabeth I 450th Anniversary of the Accession, Five Pound Crown 2010 Cupro-Nickel and stamp on decorative envelope with prints of Queen Elizabeth I (2 sets), 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy 350th Anniversary comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 Cupro-Nickel and stamp on decorative envelope (2 sets), 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee comprising Five Pound Crown on a decorative envelope with set of two first class stamps (2 sets), 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games comprising Five Pound Crown on decorative envelope with set of 4 stamps, 2013 60th Anniversary of the Coronation comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 Cupro-Nickel and set of 6 stamps each with a different portrait of the Queen (3 sets), 2013 60th Anniversary of the Coronation comprising Five Pound Crown 2013 on decorative envelope with stamp (3 sets), 2004 Classic Locomotives comprising Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive and set of 6 stamps (2 sets), 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II comprising Two Pounds 2005, Royal Mint 28mm diameter Nickel-Brass Medal 2005 and set of 6 First Class stamps (2 sets), 2006 Brunel 200th Anniversary of his Birth, comprising Two Pounds (2) Brunel - The Man and Brunel - His Achievements, on presentation cover with a set of 6 stamps (2 sets), 2007 Abolition of the Slave Trade comprising Two Pounds 2007 and set of 6 stamps (2 sets), 2008 100th Anniversary of the 1908 London Olympic Games comprising Two Pounds 2008 bimetallic and set of 4 first class stamps (2 sets), 2007 100 Years of Scouting comprising Fifty Pence 2007 and set of two large Isle of Man stamps, Farewell to Classic Coinage 2008 (6 coins) Fifty Pence to One Penny, the last of the original decimal designs on commemorative cover with first class stamp (2 sets), 2013 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II comprising Crown 1953 gold and Rhodium plated, on decorative cover with set of 6 different first class stamps, UNC on the covers of issue, many unopened. Money of the World a double set comprising USA Mixed Date Set 1997-2007 (6 coins) One Dollar George Washington to One Cent, and GB set 2008 (7 coins) Royal Shield of Arms One Pound to One Penny, World Numismatic Covers (22) Isle of Man/Cook Islands/Gibraltar 2011 Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday and Prince Philip 90th Birthday comprising 2 covers the first with Isle of Man Crown 2011 and stamp, the second with Cook Islands Dollar 2011 and stamp (2 packs), Jersey Royal British Legion 90th Anniversary comprising Jersey Five Pounds 2011, the reverse with a coloured Poppy, and 3 first class stamps (2 sets), Guernsey 2010 Dunkirk Evacuation 70th Anniversary comprising Five Pounds 2010 on a historically themed envelope with set of 4 stamps (2 sets), Guernsey/Tristan da Cunha 2009

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Mary Rose, comprising Five Pounds Guernsey 2009 Mary Rose Proof and Tristan da Cunha Fifty Pence stamp (2 sets), Gibraltar 2008 Lest We Forget comprising Crown 2008 and first class Stamp (2 sets), Guernsey/Gibraltar 2010 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain comprising Gibraltar Five Pounds 2010 and Gibraltar Stamp (2 sets), Guernsey/Isle of Man 2009 40th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing comprising Guernsey Five Pounds 2009 with coloured Moon and Isle of Man stamp (2 sets), Gibraltar 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight comprising Five Pounds 2007 and first class stamp (2 sets), Jersey/Gibraltar 2012 Centenary of the RMS Titanic comprising Jersey Five Pounds 2012 and Gibraltar stamp (2 sets), Gibraltar 2010 Great Britain at War comprising Crown 2010 Churchill and first class stamp, Guernsey 100th Anniversary of the Death of Florence Nightingale comprising Five Pounds 2010 and first class stamp, GB Medallic First Day Covers (17) 2010 Royal Wedding Announcement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton and set of 2 stamps (2 sets), Jubilee Britain 2011 comprising gold-plated medal and stamp on union Jack cover (2 sets), 2010 England Football Supporters comprising Gold-plated medal the reverse with coloured football and set of two stamps, 2007 St. George’s Day comprising Crown-sized medal and set of 4 stamps (2 sets), 2006 40th Anniversary of England Winning the World Cup - Bobby Moore OBE comprising Crown-sized Medal and set of 6 stamps (2 sets), 2007 50th Anniversary of ‘The Sky At Night’ - Sir Patrick Moore comprising Crown-sized medal and set of 6 stamps each displaying a different constellation or nebula (2 sets), British Motor Racing 100th Anniversary comprising Crown-sized medal 2007 Sir Stirling Moss OBE and set of 6 stamps depicting the cars driven by previous Famous British Drivers and British ex-Formula 1 World Champions (2 sets), 2008 Centenary of the First powered flight/Farnborough Air Show 2008 Crown-sized medal with set of 6 stamps (2 sets), 2010 Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the United Kingdom comprising Crown-sized Silver Medal and Isle of Man stamp, 2013 Inauguration of Pope Francis I comprising Crown-sized medal and First Class stamp. History of the Monarchy Stamp and Commemorative Cover Collection comprising coin and stamp covers from Solomon Islands/ Cook Islands (2) and GB First Day Covers and stamp sets (26), First Day Covers (1) covering a variety of subjects as follows: Murray Walker OBE (2), Dame Kelly Holmes, Sir Steve Redgrave (2), Pope John Paul II (2), Andy Murray (3), Baroness Thatcher (2), Pope Benedict XVI, along with 4-cover sets (2) The story of the Titanic, all set as issued many unopened, Stamp sheets (2) - British Army Uniforms each sheet comprising 20 x first class stamps UNC, A printing reproduction of Florence Nightingales letters and a replica newspaper from May 31 1940 as issued (£200 - £400) 371) GB and World Numismatic Covers comprising GB covers (6) 2008 Prince Charles 60th Birthday comprising Five Pound Crown 2008 Silver Proof FDC and set of 2 stamps, first class and 27p, on the commemorative envelope as issued and in the wallet of issue with certificate, 2009 London Olympic Games comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 London Olympics 3-Year Countdown Silver Proof with coloured Olympic logo on the reverse FDC, and set of 10 first class stamps, each depicting a different Olympic Sport, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the

wallet of issue with certificate, 2011 The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton (2 sets), each comprising Five Pound Crown 2011 Silver Proof FDC and set of 2 stamps, first class and £1.10, on the commemorative envelopes as issued, in the wallets of issue with certificates, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee comprising Five Pound Crown 2012 Gold-plated Silver Proof FDC and 2 stamps, first class and £1.10, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate, 2012 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Dickens comprising Two Pounds 2012 Silver Proof nFDC and set of 6 Stamps Second Class, First Class, 77p, 87p, £1.28 and £1.90 on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue, World Covers (7) Guernsey/British Virgin Islands (2) 2009 40th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing comprising Guernsey Five Pounds 2009 Reverse: Lunar Module in lunar landscape with a coloured Earth in the sky Silver Proof FDC, with British Virgin Islands stamp, on the commemorative envelopes as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificates (2 sets), Jersey (5) British Legion ‘Lest We Forget’ 2008 comprising Five Pounds 2008 Poppy-shaped Silver Proof FDC and First Class Stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate, British Legion ‘Lest We Forget’ 2011 comprising Five Pounds 2011 Poppy-shaped Silver Proof with gold plated centre FDC and 2 First Class Stamps, on the commemorative envelopes as issued, in the wallets of issue with certificates (2 sets), 2013 Flying Scotsman 90th Anniversary comprising Five Pounds 2013 Silver Proof with gold highlighting FDC with 8 Stamps, 4 Second Class and 4 First Class, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate, 2013 Coronation Jubilee comprising Five Pounds 2013 Silver Proof with gold highlighting nFDC with light toning and set of 4 First Class stamps with 1953 type designs, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate, Guernsey Five Pounds 2011 350th Anniversary of the Crown Jewels - St. Edward’s Crown Silver Proof with Gold highlighting FDC in a Westminster box with certificate, Medallic issues (2) Numisproof undated 2012 issue 2oz. Silver Proof with London scene of Big Ben, and the London Bus and Taxi FDC with coloured reverse, boxed as issue with certificate, 2010 The Royal Engagement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton Silver Proof with gold highlighted reverse FDC boxed with certificate, GB and World a 10-coin mixed set comprising GB Fifty Pence 2011 Olympics - Cycling Silver UNC, Jersey (4) Five Pounds 2006 Great Britons - Sir Winston Churchill Silver Proof nFDC, Two Pounds 2011 A Lifetime of Service Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday/Prince Philip 90th Birthday Silver Proof nFDC with gold highlighted reverse, Jersey Two Pounds 2010 Revolution to Restoration Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC, Guernsey (3) Five Pounds 2008 History of the Royal Air Force - Battle of Britain 1940 Silver Proof FDC, Guernsey Two Pounds 2010 British Isles at War Silver Proofs (2) FDC, Falkland Islands Crown 2007 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Baden-Powell Silver Proof FDC, The Museum Collection a modern Replica of the iconic Edward III Double Leopard in Gold plated silver, in a Westminster box, 8 with certificates (£300 - £500)

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372) GB and World Royal Mint and Promoters items, comprising GB Royal Mint Year Sets 2008 Royal Shield of Arms (2) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Five Pound Crowns (6) 2008 Prince Charles 60th Birthday (2) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, 2009 3-Year Countdown to the London Olympics (2), 2010 2-Year Countdown to the London Olympics (2) UNC on the Royal Mint cards of issue, Datestamp Set 2015 comprising Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2015 UNC in the slab-style holder with First Class Stamp 1 Jan 2015, boxed with certificate, Pennies 1918H, 1919H (2), 1918KN, 1919KN VG in a presentation box with certificate, Numismatic First Day Cover 2011 Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday/Prince Philip 90th Birthday comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Diamond Wedding cupro-nickel UNC with First Class 2006 stamp, on the commemorative envelope postmarked 1st January 2011 as issued with certificate, Jersey (4) Five Pounds (2) 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII Proof FDC in soft case, 2011 British Legion 90th Anniversary Poppy-shaped Silver Proof with selective gold plating on the reverse FDC boxed with certificate, Fifty Pences 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee (2) in gold plated steel with photograph of the Queen on the reverse Prooflike UNC in soft pouches with certificates, Alderney Five Pounds 2007 History of the Monarchy - Henry VIII (2) gold-plated Silver Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint card wallets with certificates, Cook Islands One Dollar 2007 gold plated cupro-nickel Prooflike UNC with coloured picture on the reverse, in soft pouch with certificate, Ingots (2) London Olympic issues (2) London 1948 with green Olympic logo and 2008 Olympic Handover with Union Jack coloured Olympic logo both gold-plated UNC with certificates, Numismatic Cover 2011 The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton comprising British Indian Ocean Territories Two Pounds 2010 The Royal Engagement UNC and pair of Cook Islands Two Dollar stamps, Medallic Covers (2) The Royal Wedding Announcement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 2010 comprising Crown sized medal both UNC, lightly toned with gold inked highlighting with 2 Stamps, 27p and First Class on the commemorative envelopes of issue with certificates, Ancient Widows Mite Fine in a presentation box with certificate, Cook Islands History of the Royal Family 2009-2010 One Dollar a 6-coin set in gold plated Cupro-nickel comprising 2009 Henry VIII, 2010 Charles II, 2010 Henry III, 2010 Mary I, 2010 James II, 2010 Edward II Lustrous UNC in the presentation box of issue all but one with certificates (£150 - £250)

373) GB/Russia/German States - Prussia ‘Royal Cousins in Conflict’ a 4-coin set in gold comprising GB Sovereigns (2) 1900 Marsh EF, 1923P Marsh 262 NEF, Russia Ten Roubles 1903 AP Y#64 A/UNC, and German States - Prussia 20 Marks 1901A KM#521 EF/GEF with a small area of surface residue below the bust in a presentation box with certificate (£1,100 - £1,500)

374) Half Sovereign 1912 Marsh 527 VF in a presentation box (£140 - £180) 375) Half Sovereign 1913 Marsh 528 GVF in a presentation box (£140 - £180) 376) Half Sovereign 1980 Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£140 - £200) 377) Half Sovereign 1980 S.SB1 Proof nFDC with some light toning, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£140 - £200) 378) Half Sovereign 1980 S.SB1 Proof nFDC with some light toning, retaining much original mint brilliance, in the red Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£140 - £200) 379) Half Sovereign 1980 S.SB1 Proof the odd tiny nick otherwise FDC and retaining full mint brilliance, in the red Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£140 - £200) 380) Half Sovereign 1996 Proof nFDC (a fingerprint obverse field) cased as issued with certificate (£140 - £200) 381) Half Sovereign 2002 Shield S.SB5 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£140 - £200) 382) Half Sovereign 2005 S.SB6 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£140 - £200)

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383) Half Sovereigns (9) 1902 Marsh 505 NVF/GF the obverse with some surface residue, 1903 Marsh 506 NVF/GF, 1904 Marsh 507 Fine, 1905 Marsh 508 Fine/Good Fine with a small edge nick, 1906 Marsh 509 Good Fine, cleaned, 1907 Marsh 510 NVF, 1908 Marsh 511 About VF the obverse with some hairlines, 1909 Marsh 512 NVF/GF, 1910 Marsh 513 Fine/Good Fine, a complete date run of Edward VII, comes in a 10-coin presentation box (£1,200 - £1,800)

388) Mint Sets 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 with Kew Gardens 50p, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Definitive Coin Set, BU and packaged as issued by the Royal Mint (£250 - £350) 389) Museum Gold Collection Crown of the Double Rose a modern replica 16mm diameter 3.20 grammes of 9 carat gold, Prooflike UNC, as issued with certificate (£70 - £100) 390) Numismatic Cover - The Centenary of World War I 22-Carat Sovereign pair, comprising Sovereigns (2) 1914 Marsh 216GVF/NEF, and 1918P Marsh 257 NEF, with First Class Poppy Stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate (£550 - £700) 391) Numismatic Cover - The Queen Elizabeth II 22-Carat Gold Sovereign Presentation Cover comprising Sovereign 2015 Ranl-Broadley Portrait S.SC7 UNC and fully lustrous, with set of 6 Stamps, First Class and Set of Silver Jubilee stamps 8 1/2p, 9p, 10p, 11p and 13p on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 392) Numismatic First Day Cover 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Anniversary comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Gold Proof S.L17 FDC with set of 6 Stamps, 2 First Class, 2 54p and 2 78p on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate, only 60 such covers were produced (£1,400 - £1,800)

384) Half Sovereigns a 3-coin set ‘The Landmark Firsts’ comprising 1989 500th Anniversary of the first Gold Sovereign S.SB3 nFDC with a slight hint of toning, 2002 Golden Jubilee, Shield Reverse, S.SB5 FDC, and 2012 S.SB8 nFDC the obverse with some toning, in a presentation box with certificate (£750 - £850)

385) Half Sovereigns a 3-coin set ‘The Landmark Firsts’ comprising 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 Proof, 2002 Shield Reverse S.SB5 Proof and 2012 Modern George and the Dragon S.SB8 Proof all FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate (£400 - £500) 386) Half Sovereigns a 3-coin set ‘The Three Faces of Victoria Half Sovereigns’ comprising 1885 Marsh 459 Good Fine with some contact marks and hairlines, 1890 High Shield, No J.E.B on truncation, Marsh 479B, S.63869C, DISH L510 GF/NVF and 1900 Marsh 495 NVF in a presentation box with certificate (£400 - £500) 387) Millionaires Collection Charles I Pattern Unite a modern fantasy in 22 carat gold and weighing 4.00 grammes, Prooflike UNC uncased, in capsule (£140 - £180)

393) Numismatic First Day Cover 2008 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Nelson comprising Gold Sovereign 2008 S.SC4 Proof FDC with set of 6 stamps First Class (2), 42 Pence (2) and 68 Pence (2) UNC on the decorative envelope, in the wallet of issue (£250 - £350) 394) Numismatic First Day Cover 2008 Queen Elizabeth I 450th Anniversary of the Accession, comprising Gold Sovereign 2008 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC with five 18p stamps on a Spanish Armada themed decorative envelope UNC in the wallet of issue (£250 - £350) 395) Numismatic First Day Cover 2009 The Gold Quarter Sovereign Presentation Cover comprising Gold Quarter Sovereign 2009 S.SA1 Lustrous UNC with First Class stamp on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate (£70 - £100) 396) Numismatic First Day Cover 2009 The Gold Sovereign Presentation Cover comprising Gold Sovereign 2009 S.SC7

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Lustrous UNC and First Class stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 397) Numismatic First Day Cover 2010 London Festival of Stamps - King George V, the Philatelist King, comprising Gold Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 EF and a set of four ‘retrothemed’ stamps 2x £1 and 2x First Class the designs, of Seahorses and the British Empire Exhibition, are originally from the George V era. On a decorative envelope and in the wallet of issue (£250 - £350) 398) Numismatic First Day Cover 2010 Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Wedding Announcement comprising Gold Sovereign 2010 S.SC7 Lustrous UNC and stamps (2) First Class and 27p UNC on the decorative envelope, in the wallet of issue (£250 - £350) 399) Numismatic First Day Cover 2010 The Gold Quarter Sovereign Presentation Cover comprising Gold Quarter Sovereign 2010 S.SA1 Lustrous UNC with First Class stamp on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate (£70 - £100) 400) Numismatic First Day Cover 2011 St. George and the Dragon comprising Gold Sovereign 2011 S.SC7 Lustrous UNC, with 68p stamp on a decorative envelope UNC in the wallet of issue (£250 - £350)

404) One Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond - 007 - the 25th James Bond film One Ounce Gold Proof, the reverse design showing a front view of the Lotus Esprit car used in the film ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ and part of the 007 logo. The exergue reads ‘Pay Attention 007’ a much used and popular phrase from many of the Bond films. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the second coin in the 3-coin series, comes in a silver outer box. The outer box and accompanying booklet bear the phrase ‘Pay Attention 007’. The first of this type we have offered. Forms part of the highly collectable and sought after James Bond 007 three-coin set, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, number 167 of only 360 minted with just 350 in this presentation format (£2,000 - £2,400)

401) Numismatic First Day Cover 2012 Athletics Gold - Super Saturday comprising Gold Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Lustrous UNC with 3x First Class stamps featuring Gold Medal Winners Jessica Ennis, Greg Rutherford and Mo Farah respectively, on the commemorative envelope as issued in the wallet of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 402) One Hundred Pounds 2019 - Chinese Lunar Year of the Pig, Sheng Xiao Collection, One Ounce Gold Proof S.5185 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, Number 714 of 888 minted (£1,800 - £2,200)

403) O n e H u n d re d Po u n d s 2 0 2 0 - C h i n e s e L u n a r Ye a r o f t h e R a t ,   S h e n g X i a o C o l l e c t i o n , One Ounce Gold Proof S.5186, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, with new reverse design by P.J.Lynch, of an intricately detailed rat. (£1,800 - £2,200)

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405) One Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond - 007 - The 25th James Bond film One Ounce Gold Proof, the reverse design showing the iconic dinner jacket, a Bond ‘trademark’, and part of the 007 logo. The exergue reads ‘Shaken Not Stirred’ another much used quote from many Bond films. The final coin in the One Hundred Pound Gold series. Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 258 of just 360 issued with just 350 in this presentation format, comes with accompanying booklet, in the gold outer box these both bearing the phrase ‘ Shaken Not Stirred’ (£2,200 - £2,800)

406) One Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond - 007 - the 25th James Bond film One Ounce Gold Proof, the reverse design showing the side view of the iconic Aston Martin DB5, and part of the 007 logo. Forms part of the highly collectable and sought after James Bond 007 three-coin set, this the first coin, the second coin will feature the Lotus Esprit Car, the third coin will feature the iconic dinner jacket and bow tie. FDC in the Black box of issue with certificate number 168 of 360 minted with just 350 in this presentation format. The outer box and accompanying booklet bear the iconic phrase ‘Bond, James Bond’ (£2,200 - £2,800)

407) One Hundred Pounds 2020 One Ounce Gold Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin, with historical booklet and certificate number 256 of just 400 minted. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly re-invent himself staying at the top of the music professions throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby (£3,000 £4,000)

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408) One Hundred Pounds 2021 - Chinese Lunar Year of the Ox, Sheng Xiao Collection, One Ounce Gold Proof, Reverse: An ox grazing. Reverse design by Harry Brockway, an eyecatching design, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£1,800 - £2,200)

410) One Pound 2008 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Collection a 14-coin set S.PSS30 comprising the 14 different previously issued designs. All now dated 2008 the reverses with fine gold highlighting, nFDC with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£120 - £220) 411) One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (19) 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, One Pound Silver Proofs (16) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, nFDC to FDC some with toning, most in the Royal Mint boxes of issue, a few in Westminster soft cases, most have certificates, a mix of Royal Mint and Westminster (£300 - £500)

409) One Hundred Pounds Gold 2021 50 Years of the Mr. Men and Little Miss books, One Ounce Gold Proof, The reverse design with the Mr. Happy character on a cartoon landscape background, with ‘MR. MEN 50 Years’ and the creator Roger Hargreaves’ signature in the field. Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet described the origins of the popular cartoon and series of children’s books (£2,000 - £2,500)

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412) One Thousand Pounds 2020 David Bowie - British Music Legend One Kilo Gold Proof, 100mm diameter, the reverse design on the larger coins of the series feature a lightning bolt laced with stars creating a stardust effect, the design seemingly better suited to the larger diameter coin, as the larger coin enhances the intricacies of this iconic design. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with historical booklet and certificate number 10 of just 11 minted. The flagship coin in the David Bowie series, and sure to become a much prized issue for coin collectors and music fans alike. This issue was immediately sold out at the Royal Mint. The

first of this type we have offered. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly re-invent himself staying at the top of the music profession throughout his life. A fitting tribute to this legendary performer. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby. (£60,000 - £70,000)

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413) One Thousand Pounds 2021 Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday, 100mm diameter, One Kilo of .999 Gold, the obverse with the Jody Clark portrait, upon a field with a lightly planished effect, the reverse, by Gary Breeze, a cleverly arranged design of 9 roses, each representing a decade of the Queen’s life, and 54 leaves, signifying the 54 countries of the Commonwealth, with crowned E II R in

the centre, also with a lightly planished effect. Proof FDC in the impressive Royal Mint box of issue, with certificate number 6 of just 18 pieces minted, with only 15 in this presentation format, and with accompanying descriptive booklet detailing key moments and events from the Queen’s lifetime. The latest issue in the One Kilo series and sure to be a popular issue (£60,000 - £70,000)

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414) One Thousand Pounds 2021 Sheng Xiao Collection Chinese Lunar Year of the Ox, One Kilo of .999 Gold, 100mm diameter, Reverse design by Harry Brockway, of an Ox grazing, the contours and aspects of the relief emphasised on the larger coins, showing the full eyecatching beauty of the design. The latest release in the One Thousand Pound Sheng Xiao Collection series, Proof FDC in

the large Royal Mint box of issue with informative booklet and certificate number 02 of just 10 pieces minted, with only 8 in this presentation format. With this low mintage, sure to be sought after by larger Gold series enthusiasts (£55,000 - £70,000)

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415) One Thousand Pounds 2021 The Queen’s Beasts - The Griffin of Edward III, One Kilo of .999 Gold and 100mm diameter, this impressive heraldic design seems to be even more imposing and well suited to the larger diameter coin. The Gold Kilos are the flagship issues to the Queen’s Beasts series. Comes with certificate number 09 of just 13 pieces

issued, with just 10 in this format, would be a much prized coin in any collection of large gold pieces. Proof FDC in the deluxe Royal Mint box with booklet detailing the origins of the Griffin back to the times of The Romans and its subsequent influence on Medieval Britain, a spectacular piece (£60,000 - £70,000)

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416) Proof Set 1893 (6 coins) in PCGS holders comprising Crown 1893 LVI Proof S.3937, ESC 304, Bull 2594, Davies 505 dies 2A, in a PCGS holder and graded PR64, Halfcrown 1893 Proof S.3938, ESC 727, Bull 2779, Davies 663 dies 2B in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 DCAM, Florin 1893 Proof S.3939, ESC 877, Bull 2963, Davies 831 dies 2A, in a PCGS holder and graded PR64, Shilling 1893 Proof S.3940, ESC 1362, Bull 3155, Davies 1011 dies 2A, in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 CAM, Sixpence 1893 Proof S.3941, ESC 1763, Bull 3286, Davies 1181 dies 2A, in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 CAM, Threepence 1893 Proof S.3942, ESC 2105, Bull 3445, Davies 1351 dies 2A, in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 (£6,000 - £7,000) 419) Proof Set 1911 Short Set (10 coins) Sovereign, Half Sovereign, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set, nFDC to FDC toned with a few minor hairlines, the gold lightly toned, the silver with attractive and matching tone, in the original Royal Mint card box of issue, these card boxed sets now very seldom seen (£3,300 - £3,800)

417) Proof Set 1902 a part set (9 coins) comprising Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence, and Maundy Set Matt Proofs mostly UNC to nFDC, the Crown to Sixpence lightly cleaned, the Maundy Twopence GVF, in a red Long set box this in fair condition (£500 - £600) 418) Proof Set 1911 Long Set (12 Coins) Gold Five Pounds to Maundy Penny, the Five Pounds, Two Pounds and Sovereign with some contact marks and hairlines, the silver with attractive matching tone, UNC to nFDC in the red case of issue, the case in very good condition (£16,000 - £20,000)

420) Proof Set 1951 (10 Coins) Crown to Farthing nFDC to FDC the bronze and brass with full lustre, an attractive set, in the maroon box of issue (£130 - £150) 421) Proof Set 1951 (10 Coins) Crown to Farthing UNC to nFDC the bronze and brass with partial lustre, in the maroon box of issue, the Halfpenny wedged in the box (£80 - £100) 422) Proof Set 1953 Crown to Farthing (10 Coins) the Halfcrown the rare Davies 2310 dies 1+A die pairing UNC to FDC, comes with a green box with pattern of lion rampant (£200 - £400) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


423) Proof Set 1970 FDC in the case of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 1984 UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Australia Five Dollars 1990 Anzac 75th Anniversary UNC on the Royal Australian Mint card of issue, Historic Campaign Medals 1793-1945 a set of 16 miniature replicas ranging from Naval General Service Medal 1793-1840 to War Medal 193945, in the card folder as issued, Change Checker album containing Decimal Two Pounds (26), One Pound (7) and Fifty Pence (49) and Isle of Man Fifty Pence 1997 TT Races, Guernsey Fifty Pence 2008 in mixed grades, Banknote One Pound Fforde B305, S77B 016494 GVF, Numismatic Covers (2) GB D-Day Landings 75th Anniversary comprising Two Pounds 2019 UNC and set of five Commemorative First Class stamps, on the commemorative envelope, in the folder of issue, Guernsey 50th Anniversary of the First Flight of Concorde 2019 comprising Fifty pence (3) each with a different reverse depicting the iconic aircraft, and set of four stamps, 4d, 9d, and 1/6 and a First Class stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the folder of issue (£100 - £150)

429) Proof Set 2012 a part set in gold (8 coins) comprising Two Pounds ‘Technology’, and One Pound to One Penny all struck in gold, (Missing the Five Pound Crown and Charles Dickens Two Pounds for the complete set). The 8 coins in this set have a mintage of just 150 pieces each, the missing two coins are available in other presentations, thus enabling the chance to complete the set. Total Gold Weight AGW 3.55 oz. FDC in the 10-coin box of issue with certificate and booklet (£4,500 - £5,500)

424) Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13-coin set with Maundy Money S.PSS08, nFDC to FDC, some of the coins with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£150 - £200) 425) Proof Set 2009 in silver a 12-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds (3) 2009 Robert Burns, 2009 Darwin, 2009 Standard ‘Technology’ design, Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens, plus One Pound to One Penny Royal Arms all struck in Silver Proof nFDC-FDC with light toning in places, in the Royal Mint black case of issue with certificate (£200 - £400) 426) Proof Set 2009 in silver an incomplete 11-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds (3) 2009 Robert Burns, 2009 Darwin, 2009 Standard ‘Technology’ design, plus One Pound to One Penny Royal Arms all struck in silver Proof nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the black case of issue with certificate. (The Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens is not present) (£80 - £120) 427) Proof Set 2009 in silver an incomplete 11-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds (3) 2009 Robert Burns, 2009 Darwin, 2009 Standard ‘Technology’ design, plus One Pound to One Penny Royal Arms all struck in silver Proof UNC to nFDC, some coins with light toning, in the black case of issue with certificate. (The Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens is not present) (£80 - £120) 428) Proof Set 2009 in silver an incomplete 11-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds (3) 2009 Robert Burns, 2009 Darwin, 2009 Standard ‘Technology’ design, plus One Pound to One Penny Royal Arms all struck in silver Proof UNC to nFDC, the Two Pounds Robert Burns, Fifty Pence, Twenty Pence and the Ten Pence appear lightly wiped with some hairlines, some coins with light toning, in the black case of issue with certificate. (The Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens is not present) (£80 - £120)

430) Proof Set Black Leather Deluxe 2010 nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the case of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets 2007 (2), Five Pound Crowns (5) 2007 Diamond Wedding (2) UNC one still sealed, 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession (2), 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy UNC still sealed, Two Pounds 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games a 4-coin set each coin with a different flag depicted on the reverse, UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Five Pound Crowns (28) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday (3), 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday, 1998 Prince Charles 50th Birthday (3), 1999 Diana Memorial (6), 1999 Millennium (2), 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era (3), 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee (2), 2002 Queen Mother Memorial (2), 2005 Battle of Trafalgar 200th Anniversary (2), 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday, EF to UNC, Two Pounds (6) 1986 Commonwealth Games (2), 1989 Bill of Rights (2), 1995 Peace Dove (2) NEF to GEF, Crowns (8) 1953, 1965, 1977 (2), 1980 (2), 1981 (2) EF to UNC, Guernsey Five Pounds 2008 History of the Royal Air Force A/UNC, Jersey (2) Five Pounds 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee the reverse with gold highlighting A/ UNC, Crown 1966 900th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings GEF, Pennies (2) 1920 VG stuck to card and 1966 Lustrous UNC, Alderney Five Pounds 2006 Victoria Cross Recipients - Charles Davis Lucas KM#149 Silver Proofs (2) FDC in the Royal Mint card packs of issue, Numismatic Covers (3) Isle of Man 2010 The Engagement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton comprising Five Pounds 2010 Cupro-Nickel UNC and pair of £1.50 Prince William Isle of Man stamps, on the commemorative envelope, as issued, British Indian Ocean Territories - A Lifetime of Service Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday and Prince Philip 90th Birthday comprising Two Pounds 2011 UNC and 54p stamp, Ascension Island/St. Lucia - A Lifetime of Service

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Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday and Prince Philip 90th Birthday comprising Ascension Island Crown 2011 UNC and St. Lucia $1.50 stamp on the commemorative envelope, as issued, First Day Covers (2) Prince William and Catherine Middleton - Graduation Day at St. Andrews 2010 both on the envelopes of issue with First Class stamps, Stamp Gibraltar £2.00 The Royal Engagement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on the mini-sheet of issue (£300 - £600) 431) Proof Sets - incomplete sets (6) Executive Sets 2009 (2), Standard Sets 2009 (3), Black Leather Deluxe Set 2009, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, the odd coin with light toning, each set missing the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens, Royal Mint Year Sets 2009 incomplete sets (4) Lustrous UNC, each set missing the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens (£140 - £180) 432) Proof Sets (42) Black Leather Deluxe Sets (4) 2007, 2008, 2009 (includes the Kew Gardens Fifty Pence) and 2010, Flat Packs (13) 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, Blue Sets (16) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 (2), 1999, Standard Sets (3) 2000, 2001, 2002, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (6) 1987, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 nFDC to FDC some sets with toning (£450 - £650) 433) Proof Sets (6) 1970 nFDC to FDC with some light toning, in the case of issue, Executive Set 2001 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet, Standard Sets (2) 2008 FDC, 2011 nFDC to FDC lightly toned, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue, Collectors Editions (2) 2013 (15 Coins) Five Pound Crown 2013 Coronation 60th Anniversary, Two Pounds 2013 London Underground Train, 2013 London Underground Sign, 2013 Anniversary of the Gold Guinea, One Pound 2013 (2) Floral Emblems England and Wales, Fifty Pence 2013 Christopher Ironside reverse design, along with the Two Pounds to One Penny set nFDC lightly toned, 2014 (14 coins) Five Pound Crown 2014 Death of Queen Anne 300th Anniversary, Two Pounds (2) Trinity House 500th Anniversary, and Lord Kitchener issues, One Pound Floral Emblems (2) Scotland and Northern Ireland, Fifty Pence Glasgow Commonwealth Games, along with the Two Pounds to One Penny standard issues, nFDC lightly toned, the 2014 with some light discolouration to the outer box, each in the bookform-style boxes of issue, Royal Mint Year Sets (2) 2003, 2008 Two Pounds to One Penny, UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£100 - £170) 434) Proof Sets (6) Flat packs 1972, 1974, 1976 nFDC in the slide cases without the envelopes, 1983 and 1999 also in the slide cases without the outer red or blue cases, both nFDC with some toning, Standard set 2011 nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, 150 Years of Beatrix Potter a collector album housing a 5-coin set comprising 2016 Beatrix Potter, 2016 Peter Rabbit with coloured reverse, 2016 Jemima PuddleDuck with coloured reverse, 2016 Mrs.Tiggy-Winkle, and 2016 Squirrel Nutkin with coloured reverse, EF to A/UNC. Halfcrowns in three unofficial sets 1947-1951 Fine to Good Fine, 1953-1960 Fine to VF and 1961-1967 Good Fine to EF, Isle of Man Decimal Set 1976 (6 coins) Fifty Pence to Half Penny Lustrous UNC in the case of issue (£70 - £90)

435) Proof Sets (7) Flat Packs (4) 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, Blue Sets (3) 1984, 1985, 1989 nFDC to FDC a few coins with toning, in the cases of issue, One Pound Silver Proofs (3) 1983, 1986, 1987, Crowns (3) 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding Silver Proofs (2), 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 UNC in the blue folder of issue, with some vinyl residue as often, Crowns (5) 1951 (2) A/ UNC to UNC, one with some hairlines, in the boxes of issue with certificates, 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding (3) A/UNC to UNC (£75 - £125) 436) Proof Sets (8) 2008 Emblems of Britain (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver, nFDC to FDC the Twenty Pence with a hint of toning, in the large Royal Mint black box of issue with certificate and booklet, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms (7 coins) One Pound to One Penny all struck in silver some coins with a hint of toning, nFDC to FDC in the large Royal Mint black box of issue with certificate and booklet, Red Leather Deluxe set 2007 nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, cased as issued, Executive Sets (5) 2008 nFDC to FDC lightly toned, in the box of issue 2009 includes the Kew Gardens Fifty Pence, FDC in the box of issue, 2010 nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the box of issue, 2011 FDC in the box of issue, 2012 Diamond Jubilee Set (9 coins) in a Westminster box with Royal Mint certificate, Proof Sets a 2-set presentation comprising 1971 nFDC lightly toned and 2008 Royal Shield of Arms sets FDC in a Westminster box with certificate, Year Set 2008 - countdown to the 2010 Football World Cup in South Africa (7 coins along with 2010 Medal for the World Cup) UNC in the wallet of issue (£300 - £500) 437) Proof Sets 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 all standard issues aFDC - FDC some toning as usual cased as issued, unofficial sets in perspex holders 1980 Unc and QE II Sixpences 1953-67 from circulation, cupro crowns (6) 1953-1981, £2 1986 (2) these Unc, and a small mixed group of coins from circulation including Florin 1922 the rest base metal (£200 - £300) 438) Proof Sets 1970, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000, 2008 Shield all standard issues 1997 and 2002 Red Deluxe FDC cased as issued the 1970 with some toning. Silver Proofs Two Pounds 1996 Soccer, One Pound 1990 and 1991, Ten Pence 1992 Piedfort, Ten Pence 1992 2 coin set, Five Pence 1990 2 coin set these all cased FDC with certificates. Non Silver issues In Royal Mint presentation packs Mint Set 2008 Emblems, Five Pounds Crown 2006 (3), 2012 (2), Two Pounds 1986, 1989 Bill, 1989 Claim, 2002 Commonwealth Games 4 coin set, 50p 1994, European Community Coin Collection (12 coin set) and Libra Solidus Denarius set Unc - BU as issued. Four Generations Five Pound Crown in Westminster’s Coin and Stamp Cover (2 Covers). Solomon Islands 25 Dollars 2005 Spitfire gold plated Silver Proof uncased with certificate, Ireland unofficial pre Euro Mint Set 7 coins BU, Fantasy Maundy Set 1936 un silver cased Unc some toning. Change Checker Album A-Z of Great Britain containing 10p (26) 2018 each with a different letter of the alphabet BU. GB Year Set 1940 10 coins 1.4d - 2/6 from circulation, Crowns 1951 and 1953 Unc 25p 1977

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Unc. Paper Money Bank of England One Pound Somerset DX19 839008 in the Persil presentation card, Bulgaria 1951 issues (5) from circulation. Fantasy Roman Coins (4). (£300 - £500) 439) Proof Sets 1996, 1997 and 1998 Red Deluxe, 1995 Blue Standard. Silver Proofs Five Pounds 1999 Diana. £2 Britannia 1997, 20 Pence Britannia 1997. Two Pounds 1997 Piedfort, 1998, 1999 Rugby. Fifty Pence 1998 EEC, 1998 NHS Piedfort. One Pound 1999 these all cased with certificates aFDC (a few with hints of toning) - FDC. Base metal issues £5 1990 and 1997, £2 1995, 50p 1994 D-Day Unc (£120 - £220) 440) Proof Sets Flat Packs (10) 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 nFDC to FDC a few coins with light toning, Five Pound Crowns (2) 2014 300th Anniversary of the Death of Queen Anne Silver Proof, 2015 Queen Elizabeth II - The Longest Reigning Monarch Silver Proof, Two Pounds (4) 2013 350th Anniversary of the First Gold Guinea Silver Proof, 2014 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of World War I Silver Proof, 2014 500th Anniversary of Trinity House Silver Proof, 2015 100th Anniversary of the First World War - The Royal Navy Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint boxes of issue a few with light toning, Britannia Silver Two Pounds (2) 2014 Silver Proof FDC, and 2013 Lustrous UNC, both in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, One Pound (2) 2013 Floral Emblems - England Silver Proof in the 4-coin box of issue with certificate and booklet, 2014 Floral Emblems - Northern Ireland Silver Proof, One Pound a 2-coin set comprising 2013 Floral Emblems - Wales Silver Proof and 2014 Floral Emblems - Scotland Silver Proof FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (these four coins make the complete Floral Emblems set), Fifty Pences (4) 1973 EEC Currency issue A/UNC boxed, 2013 Christopher Ironside reverse Silver Proof nFDC toned, 2014 Commonwealth Games - Glasgow Silver Proof nFDC toned, 2015 Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort nFDC lightly toned, in the Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2005 Nelson and Trafalgar UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Five Pound Crown 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Sixpence William III date worn, Fair, bent and re-straightened, USA One Cent 1975D EF, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 UNC in the wallet of issue, The Battle of Waterloo 200th Anniversary Medal 1815-2015 in bronze by Waterloo Mint (2), both UNC in the 6-piece folder of issue (£350 - £550) 441) Proof Sets Red Leather Deluxe (2) 1997 and 1998 nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the cases of issue with certificates (£50 - £60) 442) Quarter Sovereign 2010 S.SA1 Lustrous UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£50 - £80) 443) Quarter Sovereign 2012 S.SA2 UNC in a decorative pendant by Windsor and Allen, in a Westminster box with certificate (£60 - £100) 444) Quarter Sovereign 2013 S.SA1 Lustrous UNC, the reverse with a small tone spot, in the black Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£70 - £100)

445) Royal Mint Presentation Packs £5 1990, 1993, 1997, 2000, 2005 (2 coin set), 2011, 2012, One Pounds 1983, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, Fifty Pence 1992-93, 1994 this all Unc and packaged as issued. Coin and Stamp Covers Five Pounds Crowns (7) One Pound (1) Unc (base metal issues) One Pounds in perspex holders (14) different dates ranging from 1983-2000 generally Unc some prooflike . Alderney Five Pounds 2005 Trafalgar cupro Unc with coloured flags in the Royal Mint presentation pack (£90 - £150) 446) 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. Two Pounds 1997 Silver Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate. £2 BU in Royal Mint packs 1989 (2 coin set), 1994, 1995 Dove (2), 1996 Soccer, 1997, from circulation 1986, 1998 and 1999 Unc or near so. Guernsey £2 1988 William II Crown sized cupro-nickel issue in the presentation pack Unc (£100 - £200) 447) Royal Mint Year Set 2009 (11 coins) comprising Two Pounds (3) Darwin, Robert Burns and Standard issues, One Pound, Fifty Pence (2) Standard and Kew Gardens issues, and Twenty Pence to One Penny UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, with many sets now split to obtain the Kew Gardens Fifty Pence, remaining complete sets becoming harder to find (£75 - £125) 448) Shillings 1849 VG/About Fine in a presentation box with (incorrect) certificate, 1696 VG with surface scratches, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1571 mintmark Castle S.2562 Fine, toned, in a presentation box with certificate, Penny Edward I Durham Mint, VG/Fine, in a presentation box with certificate, Roman Tetradrachm Nero and Tiberius, Alexandria, Sear 2008, RPC 5295, BMC Gr114, About Fine on an irregularly shaped flan, in a presentation box (£100 - £200) 449) Sovereign 1818 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, 8.12 grammes of 22 carat gold, hallmarked on the edge, Lustrous UNC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate stating only 100 minted (£250 - £350) 450) Sovereign 1828 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, 8.29 grammes of 22 carat gold, hallmarked on the edge, Lustrous UNC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate stating only 100 minted (£250 - £350) 451) Sovereign 1838 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, 8.14 grammes of 22 carat gold, hallmarked on the edge, Lustrous UNC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate stating only 100 minted (£250 - £350) 452) Sovereign 1839 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, 8.15 grammes of 22 carat gold, hallmarked on the edge, Lustrous UNC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate stating only 100 minted (£250 - £350) 453) Sovereign 1841 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, 8.11 grammes of 22 carat gold, hallmarked on the edge, Lustrous UNC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate stating only 100 minted (£250 - £350)

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454) Sovereign 1974 Marsh 3074 Lustrous UNC with some light contact marks, in a Datestamp holder with First Class stamp and dated 31 October 2015, the 40th Anniversary of the announcement of the closure of the Tower Hill Royal Mint site, in the Datestamp box with certificate (£250 - £350) 455) Sovereign 1979 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the blue Royal Mint box of issue, comes with promotional Royal Mint leaflet (£250 - £350) 456) Sovereign 1979 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the blue Royal Mint case of issue (£250 - £350) 457) Sovereign 1980 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the green Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 458) Sovereign 1981 S.SC1 Proof FDC in the brown Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 459) Sovereign 1995 Proof FDC boxed as issued with certificate (£280 - £380)

473) Sovereign 2013 S.SC7 Proof in a PCGS First Strike holder and graded PR69 DCAM, in a London Mint Office box with Royal Mint certificate (£250 - £350) 474) Sovereign 2013 S.SC7, BU in the black Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£300 - £400) 475) Sovereign 2014 S.SC7A struck on the day 22nd July, Prince George First Birthday, the error mule, the obverse a currency strike, the reverse frosted and resembling a Proof striking, BU/FDC in the black Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 106 and booklet. Interestingly on inspection of the accompanying certificate, the Specifications refer to a Brilliant Uncirculated coin, the facing page then ‘avoid handling the coin as fingerprints will spoil its proof quality’ so perhaps the accompanying certificate could also be classed as an error mule (!). The Standard Catalogue states that only 398 were minted. (£400 - £500)

460) Sovereign 1996 Proof FDC boxed as issued with certificate (£280 - £380) 461) Sovereign 2002 Shield Proof S.SC5 the obverse with the odd tiny nick otherwise nFDC/FDC, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £350) 462) Sovereign 2003 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 463) Sovereign 2003 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 464) Sovereign 2004 BU in a Pineapple Direct presentation box (£250 - £350) 465) Sovereign 2005 S.SC6 Proof nFDC with toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 466) Sovereign 2006 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC on the Royal Mint card of issue (£275 - £375) 467) Sovereign 2008 S.SC4 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £450) 468) Sovereign 2009 S.SC7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £450)

476) Sovereign 2015 Rank-Broadley portrait S.SC7 Lustrous UNC in a Datestamp holder with First Class stamp and dated 1st January 2015 boxed with Datestamp certificate (£250 - £350) 477) Sovereign 2016 James Butler portrait S.SC10 Gold Proof ‘First Strike’ in an NGC holder ‘One of the First 500 Struck’ and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, boxed with Royal Mint certificate (£300 - £450) 478) Sovereign 2016 Jody Clark Portrait S.SC9 Lustrous UNC, with some tone spots, in a Datestamp holder, with First Class stamp and dated 6 Feb 2016, boxed with Datestamp certificate (£250 - £350) 479) Sovereign 2017 Gold Proof Piedfort, George and the Dragon within the Order of the garter, marking 200 Years of the iconic Pistrucci reverse design. S.SC11, only 3750 minted, this was the first ever UK Gold Piedfort Sovereign issue. FDC/nFDC with a light tone spot on the reverse, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the inner black box with no lid. This issue sold out very quickly when first released by the Royal Mint (£700 - £1,100)

469) Sovereign 2010 S.SC7 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £450) 470) Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Lustrous UNC in a Coin Portfolio Management slide case with certificate (£250 - £350) 471) Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Lustrous UNC in a Coin Portfolio Management slide case with certificate (£250 - £350) 472) Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Modern St. George, the Reverse remodelled for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £450)

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480) Sovereign 2017 Gold Proof Piedfort, George and the Dragon within the Order of the garter, marking 200 Years of the iconic Pistrucci reverse design. S.SC11, only 3750 minted, this was the first ever UK Gold Piedfort Sovereign issue. nFDC with a hint of light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. This issue sold out very quickly when first released by the Royal Mint (£700 - £1,000)

483) Sovereign 2017 Gold Proof Piedfort, George and the Dragon within the Order of the garter, marking 200 Years of the iconic Pistrucci reverse design. S.SC11, only 3750 minted, this was the first ever UK Gold Piedfort Sovereign issue. nFDC with very light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. This issue sold out very quickly when first released by the Royal Mint (£700 - £1,000)

481) Sovereign 2017 Gold Proof Piedfort, George and the Dragon within the Order of the garter, marking 200 Years of the iconic Pistrucci reverse design. S.SC11, only 3750 minted, this was the first ever UK Gold Piedfort Sovereign issue. nFDC with very light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. This issue sold out very quickly when first released by the Royal Mint (£700 - £1,000)

484) Sovereign 2017 Jody Clark obverse, Benedetto Pistrucci reverse Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificates (£400 - £600)

485) Sovereign 2017 Plain Edge S.SC12A 200 Years of the Pistrucci reverse design. Struck on July 1 2017, Only 1817 minted, the first modern Plain edge Sovereign, BU in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £700) 482) Sovereign 2017 Gold Proof Piedfort, George and the Dragon within the Order of the garter, marking 200 Years of the iconic Pistrucci reverse design. S.SC11, only 3750 minted, this was the first ever UK Gold Piedfort Sovereign issue. nFDC with very light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. This issue sold out very quickly when first released by the Royal Mint (£700 - £1,000)

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486) Sovereign 2017 Reverse with St. George within the Garter S.SC11 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£350 - £500)

491) Sovereign 2018 65th Anniversary of the Coronation, with 65 in crown Privy Mark, S.SC12 Proof nFDC lightly toned, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£300 - £500) 492) Sovereign 2019 S.SC14 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the outer black box with no lid (£300 - £500) 493) Sovereign 2020 200th Anniversary of the Death of George III with the George III cypher to the left of the date S.SC16 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£350 - £500)

487) Sovereign 2017 Reverse with St. George within the Garter S.SC11 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£350 - £500)

494) Sovereign 2020 200th Anniversary of the Death of George III with the George III cypher to the left of the date S.SC16 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£350 - £500) 488) Sovereign 2017 Reverse with St. George within the Garter S.SC11 Proof nFDC with some light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£350 - £500)

489) Sovereign 2017 with 200th Anniversary Privy Mark S.SC9A Lustrous UNC in a Datestamp holder with First Class Stamp and dated 1st Jan 2017, in the box of issue with certificate and Royal Mint booklet (£300 - £450) 490) Sovereign 2018 65th Anniversary of the Coronation Proof with 65 in Crown Privy mark S.SC13 FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£300 - £500)

495) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof S.M1 Obverse: Effigy of the Queen, enrobed, and wearing tiara, by Ian Rank-Broadley, Reverse the Queen enthroned DILECTIA REGNO MCMLII - MMXII. Cataloguer’s Note: The obverse design only is shown in the Spink catalogue, that illustration is incorrect. The portrait of the Queen on this coin is only used on coins of 2012 and is the same portrait that features on the Five Pound Crown. (see S.L24 obverse) nFDC with a light handling mark on the obverse, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the outer box with some scuffs (£100 - £200) 496) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof S.M1 FDC in the blue Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. Obverse: Effigy of the Queen, enrobed, and wearing tiara, by Ian Rank-Broadley, Reverse the Queen enthroned DILECTIA REGNO MCMLII - MMXII. Cataloguer’s Note: The obverse design only is shown in the Spink catalogue, that illustration is of the Five Pound Crown obverse. The portrait of the Queen on this coin is only used on coins of 2012 and is the same portrait that features on the Five Pound Crown. (see S.L24 obverse) (£100 - £200) 497) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof S.M1 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. Obverse: Effigy of the Queen, enrobed, and wearing tiara, by Ian Rank-Broadley, Reverse the Queen enthroned DILECTIA REGNO MCMLII - MMXII. (£100 - £200) 498) Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof S.M1 Obverse: Effigy of the Queen, enrobed, and wearing tiara, by Ian Rank-Broadley, Reverse the Queen enthroned DILECTIA REGNO MCMLII - MMXII. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, with accompanying 64-page Souvenir book. Cataloguer’s Note: The obverse design

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only is shown in the Spink catalogue, that illustration is incorrect. The portrait of the Queen on this coin is only used on coins of 2012 and is the same portrait that features on the Five Pound Crown. (see S.L24 obverse) (£100 - £200)

503) Ten Pounds 2018 Queen’s Beasts - The Red Dragon of Wales S.QCC3 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£350 - £400)

499) Ten Pounds 2012 The Official London 2012 UK 5oz Silver Coin, Pegasus the winged horse reverse, right facing portrait of QE II by Rank-Broadley obverse, 65mm diameter 156.29 grams of .999 silver, Proof FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box as issued with certificate booklet, only 7,500 issued. Purchased for £525 from Coin Portfolio Management (£150 - £300) 500) Ten Pounds 2012 The Official London 2012 UK 5oz Silver Coin, Pegasus the winged horse reverse, right facing portrait of QE II by Rank-Broadley obverse, 65mm diameter 156.295 grams of .999 silver, Proof nFDC/FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box as issued with certificate (£150 £300) 501) Ten Pounds 2012 The Official London 2012 UK 5oz Silver Coin, Pegasus the winged horse, on matt surface reverse, right facing portrait of QE II by Rank-Broadley obverse, 65mm diameter 156.29 grams of .999 silver, S.4950 Proof FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box as issued with booklet-style certificate (£150 - £300) 502) Ten Pounds 2016 Shakespeare Five Ounce Gold Proof S.M7, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate number 25 of just 60 pieces issued, with only 50 in this presentation format, rare and desirable thus, only the third example we have offered. Inner wooden box and coin pristine, outer card sleeve has some light marks (£7,000 £10,000)

504) Ten Pounds 2019 10oz. Silver Valiant S.RMB#51 Prooflike UNC in capsule in the Royal Mint box as issued (£200 £350) 505) Ten Pounds 2019 10oz. Silver Valiant S.RMB#51 Prooflike UNC in capsule in the Royal Mint box as issued (£200 £350) 506) Ten Pounds 2020 - The Great Engravers Collection - William Wyon - The Three Graces 5 ounce .999 Silver Proof. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint and as time progresses will become greatly prized pieces. Only 510 pieces have been minted, with just 500 in this presentation format. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. (£3,500 £4,000)

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507) Ten Pounds 2020 5oz. .999 Silver Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with historical booklet and certificate number 044. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly re-invent himself staying at the top of the music profession throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby (£500 £600)

508) Ten Pounds 2020 Elton John - British Music Legend 5oz. Silver Proof. The Royal Mint range of Elton John coins has proved as big a hit as many of the subjects compositions. The Reverse design by Bradley Morgan Johnson is particularly innovative and eye catching, in keeping with the music and performances of Elton John over his 50 Year career during which he sold over 300 million records. This issue will undoubtedly be sought after by numismatists and Music fans alike FDC in a large NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, come with the Royal Mint box for the unslabbed coin, and informative booklet. Certificate number 329 of only 425 issued (£500 - £700)

510) Ten Pounds 2020 Queen - British Music Legends 5oz. Silver Proof. Formed in London in the early 1970s the pop group Queen are one of the most iconic and successful bands of all time, having sold over 300 million records. This impressive coin features an innovative reverse design, including an arrangement of each of the instruments played by each band member, the design fittingly reflecting the grandiose nature of some of their greatest songs. It is said that everybody owns a track by the band. The reverse design has been personally approved by band members Brian May and Roger Taylor. A must have for both the numismatist and discerning Queen fan alike. FDC in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin with certificate and informative booklet (£500 - £700)

511) Ten Pounds 2020 Queen’s Beasts - The White Horse of Hanover 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, the first we have offered of this type. This is the 8th issue of 10 coins in the series. Number 158 of only 315 minted with just 205 in this presentation format making this one of the lowest mintages in the Ten Pounds Queen’s Beasts series. This issue no longer available from the Royal Mint. (£350 - £400) 509) Ten Pounds 2020 James Bond 007 Silver 5oz. Proof, the reverse design showing the front view of the iconic Aston Martin DB5, the 007 logo on the gun barrel background. This series is proving to be a ‘must have’ for the James Bond collector. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet and certificate number 033 of a total mintage of 410 pieces, however only 150 are available in this presentation format, comes in the Royal Mint black ‘007 Special Issue’ outer box (£600 - £1,000) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


512) Ten Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon The Three Graces 10 Ounce .999 Silver Proof FDC in the Deluxe Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 162 of just 175 issued and accompanying booklet. An imposing 65mm diameter coin struck a 10mm thick flan. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern silver coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint, and is sure to be an extremely prized issue in years to come. a ‘must have’ for the modern issues collector (£8,000 - £10,000)

514) The 1990 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign S.PGS13 the Sovereign with a very small tone spot, the Half Sovereign with some toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the catch on the box does not fasten (£900 - £1,300)

515) The 2009 Family Silver Collection an incomplete 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds 2009 Silver Britannia, Two Pounds (2) 2009 Darwin, 2009 Robert Burns, One Pound 2009 Shield Silver Proofs (The Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens Silver Proof is not present) nFDC to FDC with a hint of toning, in the black box of issue with booklet (£40 - £60) 516) The 2009 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection an incomplete 3-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds 2009 Robert Burns, Two Pounds 2009 Darwin, (The Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens is not present) nFDC to FDC with light toning, in the Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£50 - £75) 517) The 2009 Silver Proof Piedfort Collection an incomplete 3-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession, Two Pounds 2009 Robert Burns, Two Pounds 2009 Darwin, (The Fifty Pence 2009 Kew Gardens is not present) UNC to nFDC with light toning, appears lightly wiped with some hairlines, in the Royal Mint case of issue with certificate (£50 - £75) 513) The 1988 United Kingdom Gold Proof Three-coin Sovereign Collection comprising Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign S.PGS09 nFDC to FDC the Half Sovereign with two hairline scratches, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£900 - £1,300)

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518) The 2017 United Kingdom Gold Proof Definitive Coin Set a 13-coin set comprising Five Pound Crowns (2) 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor S.L49, 2017 1000th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Canute S.L50, Two Pounds (3) 2017 World War I - The War in the Air S.K44, 2017 200th Anniversary of the Death of Jane Austen S.K45, 2017 Renaissance of Britannia, One Pound 2017 S.J39, Fifty Pence (2) 2017 Isaac Newton S.H39, and 2017 S.H30, Twenty Pence 2017 S.G5, Ten Pence 2017 S.F8, Five Pence 2017 S.D8, Two Pence 2017 S.C7, and One Penny 2017 S.B7, all Gold Proofs, the lightest of toning to three of the coins, otherwise FDC and retaining practically full mint lustre and brilliance, in the impressive Royal Mint numbered box of issue with certificate and booklet. The ‘currency’ design coins only available as Gold Proofs in this set, and each of these have a mintage of just 34 pieces, we note we have only offered the 5-coin Gold set previously, this long set considerable scarcer and more desirable (£7,500 - £10,000)

520) The 2019 United Kingdom Silver Proof Piedfort Commemorative Set an eye-catching 5-coin set in Silver comprising Five Pound Crown 2019 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Victoria, Two Pounds (3) 2019 350th Anniversary of Samuel Pepys Last Diary Entry, 2019 260th Anniversary of Wedgewood, 2019 75th Anniversary of D-Day, and Fifty Pence 2019 160th Anniversary of the Birth of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with Sherlock Holmes Reverse, all Silver Proof Piedforts FDC in the impressive box of issue with certificate number 0018 and accompanying booklet. A desirable and impressive set (£400 - £500) 521) The 2020 United Kingdom Silver Proof Piedfort Commemorative Set an eye-catching 5-coin set comprising Five Pound Crown 2020 200th Anniversary of the Death of George III Silver Proof Piedfort, the reverse with a centrepiece portrait of the King in the style of the famous Pistrucci bust first introduced on the Crown of 1818, Two Pounds (3) 2020 400th Anniversary of the Sailing of ‘The Mayflower’ Silver Proof Piedfort, 2020 Agatha Christie - 100 Years of Mystery Silver Proof Piedfort, 2020 75th Anniversary of VE Day Silver Proof Piedfort, and Fifty Pence 2020 for the now-re-scheduled Tokyo Olympics Silver Proof Piedfort, the reverse design a host of Sporting equipment, with the Team GB logo and Olympic rings to the left. Rare for a commemorative coin to be issue for an event that did not take place, all FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Issue limited to 300 sets, a desirable and impressive set. (£500 - £600) 522) The King Edward VIII New Strike Pattern Set 1936 Golden Edition a 6-coin set comprising patterns of Crown 1936 Reverse: Una and the Lion, Pattern Halfcrown 1936 Reverse: George and the Dragon, Pattern Florin 1936 Reverse: Four Shields cruciform with the digits of the date in the angles, Pattern Shilling 1936 Reverse: Britannia seated left, Pattern Sixpence 1936 Reverse: Shield of Arms within a wreath, Pattern Threepence 1936 Reverse: Date and denomination within a wreath, Proof FDC in a presentation box with certificate (£50 - £100) 523) The King George V First World War First and Last Year Gold Sovereign Pair a 2-coin set comprising Sovereign 1914P Marsh 253 NEF and Sovereign 1918I Marsh 228 GEF, in a presentation box with certificate (£550 - £700)

519) The 2018 United Kingdom 3-coin set Sovereign Collection, 65th Anniversary of the Coronation, comprising Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign with 65 in crown privy mark, S.PGS86, nFDC to FDC the Sovereign and Half Sovereign with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the certificate with some inked annotation marks (£600 - £900)

524) The London 2012 Sports Collection a 30-coin set comprising Fifty Pences (29) each dated 2011 and with the reverses depicting a different Olympic Sport, along with the Five Pound Crown 2012 London Olympics, GEF to UNC in a Westminster box, 27 with certificates (£75 - £100) 525) The Queen Elizabeth II Half Sovereign Portrait set a 3-coin set comprising Half Sovereigns 1984 S.SB1 Proof , 1987 S.SB2 Proof, 2004 S.SB4 Proof, each FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£400 - £500) 526) The Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign Portrait Collection a 4-coin set comprising Sovereigns 1957 Marsh 297 A/UNC, 1983 S.SC1 Proof nFDC with some toning, 1987 S.SC2 Proof FDC, 2004 S.SC4 Proof FDC, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,100 - £1,500)

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527) The United Kingdom 2010 Piedfort Collection a 5-coin Set comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy, Two Pounds 2010 Florence Nightingale, One Pound 2010 London, One Pound 2010 Belfast, Fifty Pence 100 Years of Girl Guiding all Silver Proof Piedforts nFDC in the black box of issue with booklet-style certificate, Britannia Silver 4-coin sets (2) 2008 nFDC with light toning, 2011 nFDC to FDC with some light toning, in the Black Royal Mint boxes of issue with certificates, Five Pound Crowns (3) 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding Silver Proof, 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Queen Elizabeth I Silver Proof, 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton Silver Proof Piedfort FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds 2007 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £450) 528) The United Kingdom 2013 Sovereign Four-Coin Proof Set comprising Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign S.PGS68 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 295 sets issued (£1,000 - £1,300)

530) Twenty Five Pounds 2018 Four Generations of Royalty , Quarter Ounce Gold Proof FDC/nFDC the reverse with minor contact marks, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the first of this type we have offered (£400 - £550) 531) Twenty Five Pounds 2019 The Tower of London - Ceremony of the Keys, One Quarter Ounce Gold Proof S.O7 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, we have only previously offered these in graded presentations (£400 - £550)

529) The Victoria Anniversary 5-coin Gold Collection 2001 comprising Gold Five Pound Crown 2001 with frosted field and polished finish portrait S.L9B Proof FDC (only 733 issued with this finish, of the total issue of 3,500 Five Pound Crowns), along with Sovereigns (4) 1868 Shield Reverse Marsh 52, Die Number 32 VF, 1881M George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, with normal B.P. Marsh 103, S.3857, VF with a thin scratch in the reverse field, 1891M Horse with long tail, S.3867C, Fine/NVF, 1900M Marsh 160, Fine/Good Fine, all in the round green Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£3,500 - £4,500)

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532) Twenty Five Pounds 2019 The Tower of London - The Crown Jewels, One Quarter Ounce Gold Proof S.O5 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, we have only previously offered these in graded presentations (£400 - £550)

535) Twenty Five Pounds 2020 Elton John - British Music Legend. Quarter Ounce Gold Proof. The Royal Mint range of Elton John coins has proved as big a hit as many of the subjects compositions. The Reverse design by Bradley Morgan Johnson is particularly innovative and eye catching, in keeping with the music and performances of Elton John over his 50 Year career during which he sold over 300 million records. This issue will undoubtedly be sought after by Gold Collectors and Music fans alike. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and the accompanying informative booklet. Certificate number 919 of 1100 issued with 1000 in this presentation format. (£550 - £650)

533) Twenty Five Pounds 2019 The Tower of London - The Yeoman Warders, One Quarter Ounce Gold Proof S.O6 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, we have only previously offered these in graded presentations (£400 - £550)

536) Twenty Five Pounds 2020 Sheng Xiao Collection - Chinese Lunar Year of the Rat Quarter Ounce Gold Proof S.5176 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Number 129 of only 398 issued, with just 388 in this presentation format (£450 - £550) 537) Twenty Five Pounds 2021 Sheng Xiao Collection - Chinese Lunar Year of the Ox Quarter Ounce Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Number 104 of only 398 minted with just 388 in this presentation format (£500 - £600) 534) Twenty Five Pounds 2020 David Bowie - British Music Legend. Quarter Ounce Gold Proof. The Reverse design a portrait of the iconic musician, and the 27 stars above represent the 27 studio albums he recorded in his prolific career. A must have for Gold Collectors and Bowie fans alike. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and informative booklet. Certificate number 248 of 1300 issued in this presentation format. (£550 - £650)

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538) Twenty Five Pounds Gold 2020 James Bond - 007 - the 25th James Bond film Quarter Ounce .999 Gold Proof, the reverse design a front view of the Lotus Esprit underwater car used in the film ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ and part of the 007 logo. The exergue reads ‘Pay Attention 007’ a much used and popular phrase from many of the Bond films. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the second coin in the 3-coin series, comes in a silver outer box. The outer box and accompanying booklet bear the phrase ‘Pay Attention 007’. The first of this type we have offered. (£500 - £650)

539) Twenty Five Pounds Gold 2020 James Bond - 007 - the 25th James Bond film Quarter Ounce .999 Gold Proof, the reverse design showing the iconic dinner jacket, a Bond ‘trademark’ and part of the 007 logo. The exergue with the legend ‘Shaken, Not Stirred’, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, The third coin in the 3-coin series, comes in the gold outer box, with the box and accompanying booklet bearing the phrase ‘Shaken, Not Stirred’ (£600 - £650)

540) Twenty Five Pounds Gold 2020 James Bond - 007 - the 25th James Bond film Quarter Ounce .999 Gold Proof, the reverse design showing the side view of the iconic Aston Martin DB5. FDC in the Royal Mint black box of issue with certificate. The first coin in the 3-coin series, comes in the black outer box, with the box and accompanying booklet bearing the phrase ‘Bond, James Bond’. (£500 - £650)

541) Twenty Five Pounds Gold 2021 50 Years of the Mr. Men and Little Miss books, Quarter Ounce Gold Proof, The reverse design with the Mr. Happy character on a cartoon landscape background, with ‘MR. MEN 50 Years’ and the creator Roger Hargreaves’ signature in the field. Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet describing the origins of the popular cartoon and series of children’s books (£500 - £650)

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542) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 2oz. Gold Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with historical booklet and certificate number 15 of just 100 minted. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly reinvent himself staying at the top of the music professions throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby (£6,000 - £9,000)

Ric Wakeman played on his Hunky Dory Album and he has released recordings with other stars ranging from Queen to Bing Crosby (£6,000 - £9,000)

544) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond 007 2oz. .999 Gold Proof, the reverse design a front view of the Lotus Esprit underwater car used in the film ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ and part of the 007 logo with micro-script with title of the Bond Movies on it. The exergue reads ‘Pay Attention 007’ a much used and popular phrase from many of the Bond films. Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue, with certificate number 246 of 260 minted, with just 250 in this presentation format. Coin number 2 in the 3-coin series, comes in a silver outer box. The box and accompanying booklet bear the phrase ‘Pay Attention 007’. All three of the Gold Two Hundred Pound James Bond coins are being offered in this sale (£4,000 - £5,000) 543) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 2oz. Gold Proof - David Bowie - British Music Legend. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with historical booklet and certificate number 78 of just 100 minted. David Bowie originates from South London UK and has sold hundreds of millions of records, his ground breaking Ziggy Stardust Album shot him to fame in the early 1970s, he had the ability to regularly reinvent himself staying at the top of the music professions throughout his life. He was an outstanding collaborator, More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


546) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond 007 Two Ounce Gold Proof, the reverse design showing the iconic dinner jacket, a Bond ‘trademark’, and part of the 007 logo. The exergue reads ‘Shaken Not Stirred’ another much used quote from many Bond films. The final coin in the Two Hundred Pound Gold series. Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 217 of just 260 issued with just 250 in this presentation format, comes with accompanying booklet, in the gold outer box these both bearing the phrase ‘ Shaken Not Stirred’ all three of the Gold Two Hundred Pound James Bond coins are being offered in this sale (£4,000 - £5,000) 545) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 James Bond 007 2oz. .999 Gold Proof, the reverse design a side view of the iconic Aston Martin DB5, with part of the 007 logo, and a micro-text on the logo with titles of the Bond movies. The first coin in a three-coin set of Gold 2oz. James Bond Proofs, produced in very small numbers. FDC in the Royal Mint box with certificate number 162 of only 260 pieces issued, of which 250 are in this presentation format. The outer black box and accompanying booklet bear the phrase ‘Bond, James Bond’, a famous quote used many times in the Bond films. We note the Royal Mint have sold out of this coin and the three-coin set, clearly Bond fans and modern gold collectors alike are making this an extremely sought after issue, all three of the Gold Two Hundred Pound James Bond coins are being offered in this sale (£4,000 - £5,000)

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547) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce Gold Proof, FDC in an NGC ‘First Releases’ holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, CT Collection, comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin, with certificate number 045. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical

sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern gold coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint. Only 335 pieces were minted. With this low mintage it is sure to be an extremely prized issue in years to come. a ‘must have’ for the modern gold specialist collector (£25,000 - £35,000)

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548) Two Hundred Pounds 2020 The Great Engravers - William Wyon - The Three Graces 2 ounce Gold Proof, FDC in an NGC ‘First Releases’ holder with FIRST RELEASES in blue lettering and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, comes with the Royal Mint box of issue for the unslabbed coin, with certificate number 259. The reverse a stunning representation of William Wyon’s famed design originally used on the Pattern Crown of 1817. The design based on

Antonio Canova’s original neoclassical sculpture. Another of Wyon’s legendary designs beautifully reproduced on a superb large modern gold coin and fully displaying the skill and expertise of the designer’s craft. All the Three Graces design coins were very quickly sold out by the Royal Mint. Only 335 pieces were minted. With this low mintage it is sure to be an extremely prized issue in years to come. a ‘must have’ for the modern gold specialist collector (£35,000 - £40,000)

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549) Two Hundred Pounds 2021 Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday 2oz. Gold Proof Obverse: Portrait of the Queen by Jody Clark, Reverse : A crowned EIIR monogram on a background of national floral emblems, 1926 2021 with legend MY HEART AND DEVOTION FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 196 and booklet, rare with a mintage of only 210 pieces with just 200 in this presentation format (£4,000 - £5,000)

552) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the Gold Sovereign Proof FDC in a London Mint Office with LMO certificate (£600 - £900)

550) Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games S.K1 Gold Proof FDC in the green Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900)

551) Two Pounds 1987 Gold Proof S.SD2 Proof nFDC with light handling marks, retaining almost full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900)

553) Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Gold Proof S.K4 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850)

554) Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove Gold Proof S.K5 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850)

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558) Two Pounds 2003 DNA Double Helix Discovery KM#16 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850)

555) Two Pounds 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Gold Proof S.K6 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850) 559) Two Pounds 2004 Trevithick’s Locomotive Gold Proof S.K17 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850)

556) Two Pounds 2001 Marconi Gold Proof S.K11 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 0003, the low certificate numbers very seldom available and always sought after (£750 - £850) 560) Two Pounds 2005 400th Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot Gold Proof S.K18 nFDC/FDC the obverse with a few flecks of red toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£750 - £850)

557) Two Pounds 2002 Shield Reverse S.SD5 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900)

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561) Two Pounds 2006 a 2-coin set Brunel - The Man S.K20 and Brunel - His Achievements S.K21 Gold Proofs both FDC in the Royal Mint 2-coin box of issue with certificates and booklet (£1,500 - £1,750)

565) Two Pounds 2008 Olympic Games - Beijing to London Handover Ceremony Gold Proof S.4952, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900) 566) Two Pounds 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin S.K25 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900)

562) Two Pounds 2007 300th Anniversary of the Act of Union S.K22 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 010, low certificate number coins becoming increasingly sought after (£700 - £800)

567) Two Pounds 2009 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Darwin S.K25 Gold Proof FDC/nFDC with a hint of light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900)

563) Two Pounds 2008 a 2-coin set comprising Two Pounds 2008 100th Anniversary of the 4th Olympiad London Games Gold Proof S.4951 and Two Pounds 2008 London Olympic Beijing to London Handover Ceremony Gold Proof S.4952, set number S.OGS1, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates, only 250 of the 2-coin sets were issued (£1,400 - £1,800) 568) Two Pounds 2009 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns S.K24 Gold Proof nFDC to FDC with a hint of very light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £900)

564) Two Pounds 2008 Beijing to London Olympic Handover S.4952 Gold Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £900)

569) Two Pounds 2011 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible S.K28 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,200)

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573) Two Pounds 2017 First World War - The War in the Air S.K44 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, only 634 minted with just 450 in this presentation format (£850 - £950)

570) Two Pounds 2012 Olympic Games Handover to Rio Gold Proof S.4953 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£700 - £800) 574) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force - F-35 Lightning II S.K54, Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£750 - £850)

571) Two Pounds 2015 First World War - The Royal Navy - A Force As Great As The Sea, Gold Proof S.K35 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£850 - £950) 575) Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force - Sea King Helicopter S.K53, Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet (£750 - £850)

572) Two Pounds 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London Gold Proof S.K42 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 341 pieces issued including those in the long gold sets (£750 - £850)

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576) Two Pounds 2019 260th Anniversary of Wedgwood Gold Proof S.K56 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate number 085 of only 350 minted with just 250 in this presentation format (£750 £850)

577) Two Pounds 2019 350th Anniversary of Samuel Pepys’ Last Diary Entry, in which he expresses his fear of going blind, S.K57 Gold Proof, FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Number 081 of only 350 minted, with just 225 in this presentation format (£750 - £850)

578) Two Pounds 2019 D-Day 75th Anniversary Silver Proof FDC in the large Deluxe Royal Mint box 320mm x 385mm x 50mm, the coin in an acrylic holder, the large background describing Operation Overlord and Operation Neptune, accompanied by a large book Operation Overlord 75th Anniversary Edition, featuring newspaper pages from June to August 1944 in a hardback book, all in Royal Mint box with an enlarged image of the coin’s reverse on the lid. Only 200 sets were issued in this presentation format, this is the first we have seen (£300 - £500) 579) Two Pounds 2020 250th Anniversary of Captain James Cook’s Voyage of Discovery, Coin 3 - 1770 New Zealand and Australia, Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and informative booklet, certificate number 340 of only 350 minted, with just 340 in this presentation format (£900 - £1,100)

580) Two Pounds 2020 400th Anniversary of the Voyage of the Mayflower 1620-2020 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and informative booklet detailing the Voyage and landing. Certificate number 011 of only 585 pieces issued, with only 400 in this presentation format, only the second such piece we have offered (£1,000 - £1,200)

581) Two Pounds 2020 400th Anniversary of the Voyage of the Mayflower, graded presentation in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate. Of the 585 total mintage, only 100 examples were available in this presentation format (£1,800 - £2,200)

582) Two Pounds 2020 Agatha Christie - 100 Years of Mystery 1920-2020 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. Certificate number 076 of just 335 issued with only 250 in this presentation format (£850 - £950)

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585) United Kingdom 1980 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign S.PGS01, nFDC the Sovereign and Half Sovereign with a hint of toning, in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate, comes with promotional letter and leaflet for the Gold set and 1980 Half Sovereign (£2,500 - £3,500)

583) Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2001 Silver Proof nFDC/ FDC with light toning, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Fifty Pences (15) 1973 EEC Lustrous UNC, (this in soft case), 1992/3 EU Presidency Silver Proof, 1994 50th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings Silver Proof Piedfort, 1994 50th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings Silver Proof, 1997 Britannia Silver Proof Piedfort, 1998 50th Anniversary of the NHS Silver Proof, 1998 25th Anniversary of Britain entering the EU Silver Proof Piedforts (2), 2003 WSPU Silver Proof Piedfort, 2003 WSPU Silver Proof, 2004 50th Anniversary of the First 4-minute mile Silver Proof Piedfort, 2004 50th Anniversary of the First 4-minute mile Silver Proof, 2005 250th Anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2005 250th Anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Silver Proof, 2006 Victoria Cross - The Award Silver Proof, 2006 Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts, 2007 100 Years of Scouting Silver Proof Piedfort, 2007 100 Years of Scouting Silver Proof, 2009 Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary Silver Proof Piedfort, nFDC to FDC all but one in the Royal Mint boxes with certificates where issued (£300 - £450) 584) Two Pounds Silver Britannias (8) 1998 (2), 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005 UNC some with light toning, in Westminster soft cases with certificates, Five Pound Crowns (3) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, 2009 London Olympics 3-Year Countdown Silver Proof with coloured logo on the reverse, Two Pounds (10) 1989 Bill of Rights Silver Proof Piedfort, 1989 Bill of Rights Silver Proof, 1989 Claim of Right Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Silver Proof, 2002 Commonwealth Games - England Silver Proof, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Scotland Silver Proof, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Wales Silver Proof, 2002 Commonwealth Games - Northern Ireland Silver Proof, 2009 Robert Burns Silver Proof, most in Westminster soft cases with certificates, Crowns (9) 1820 LX VG, 1822 TERTIO VG, 1847 Young Head Near Fine, 1896 LX Near Fine, 1953 UNC toned, 1960 Polished Die A/UNC, 1965 A/UNC, 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding Silver Proof, 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof nFDC, in Westminster soft case with certificates (one incorrect), Halfcrown 1899 VG in Westminster soft case with certificate (£300 - £600)

586) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign S.PGS10 FDC in The Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate of authenticity (£4,000 - £5,000)

587) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign S.PGS10 FDC in The Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate of authenticity (£4,000 - £5,000)

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588) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign S.PGS10 FDC in The Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate of authenticity, comes with book ‘Royal Sovereign 1489-1989 a Royal Mint publication edited by Graham Dyer (£4,000 £5,000)

589) United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Sovereign Four Coin Collection 500th Anniversary of the Sovereign, Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign, FDC as struck the Sovereign with a tiny striking imperfection in the reverse field, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£4,000 - £5,000)

591) United Kingdom 2006 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign S.PGS44 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, the box lid with some small black stains (coins choice) (£2,500 - £3,000)

592) United Kingdom 2006 Pattern Euro Coin Collections by International Numismatic Agency (20) 9-coin sets each comprising 5 Euro, 2 Euro, 1 Euro, 50 Euro Cent, 20 Euro Cent, 10 Euro Cent, 5 Euro Cent, 2 Euro Cent and 1 Euro Cent, issued on the occasion of the Queen’s 80th Birthday, Lustrous UNC, a few coins with a hint of toning, in the INA wallets of issue (£150 - £200) 593) United Kingdom 2006 Pattern Euro Coin Collections by International Numismatic Agency (20) 9-coin sets each comprising 5 Euro, 2 Euro, 1 Euro, 50 Euro Cent, 20 Euro Cent, 10 Euro Cent, 5 Euro Cent, 2 Euro Cent and 1 Euro Cent, issued on the occasion of the Queen’s 80th Birthday, Lustrous UNC, a few coins with a hint of toning, in the INA wallets of issue (£150 - £200) 594) United Kingdom 2013 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign nFDC to FDC, the Two Pounds and Half Sovereign with some toning, in the original box of issue with certificate and booklet (£1,200 - £1,800)

590) United Kingdom 2003 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign S.PGS38, the Five Pounds with a very small tone spot on the obverse, the odd small tiny nick, otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£2,400 - £3,000) 595) United Kingdom 2021 Gold Proof 5-coin Sovereign Collection comprising Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign Proof issues with Crowned 95 privy mark in honour of the 95th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate and booklet. The Gold Proof Five Pounds with the privy mark to the right of the date, to accommodate the full signature of PISTRUCCI to the left. The other coins in the sets have the privy mark to the left of the date. The Gold Five Pounds, as well as being a oneyear type, will only be available as a part of this set and not available as a single coin. Very few sets are available as they are already listed as ‘Out of Stock’ on the Royal Mint website (£4,000 - £5,000)

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598) Victoria Golden Jubilee Currency Set 1887 Five Pounds to Threepence comprising Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 GEF with a scratch in the obverse field, Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 NEF/EF with many contact marks, Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head, G: of D:G: further from the crown S.3867A GVF, Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C, S.3869 NEF/EF with an edge nick, Crown 1887 ESC 296, Bull 2585 NEF, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 ESC 395, Bull 2697 GEF the obverse with some scratches, Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719, Bull 2771, Davies 640 dies 1A NEF, Florin 1887 ESC 868, Bull 2953, Davies 811 dies 2A NEF/EF, Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137, Davies 982 dies 1C, NEF with an edge nick, Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type ESC 1752, Bull 3264, Davies 1151 dies 2A, NEF/EF with some hairlines on the obverse, Threepence 1887 ESC 2096, Bull 3436 GVF/NEF, comes with black box with ‘JUBILEE COINAGE ISSUED ON THE COMPLETION OF THE FIFTIETH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA 1837-1887 in gold lettering on the lid, this in very good condition (£3,500 - £5,500)

596) United Kingdom Ecu Set 1992 7 Coin Piedfort Set BU by The Tower Mint this being the base metal issue 1/10 Ecu, Quarter Ecu, Half Ecu, 1,2,5 and 10 Ecu with certificate that also lists some silver and gold issues up to 100 Ecu which are not included (£10 - £30) 597) United Kingdom Golden Jubilee Gold Proof Set 2002 the very impressive Royal Mint issue comprising 2002 £5 Crown Two Pounds ,One Pound, Fifty Pence, Twenty Pence, Ten Pence, Five Pence, Two Pence and One Penny plus Maundy Money set all struck in gold, S.PGJS1, the slightest traces of toning on some coins, otherwise FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£6,000 - £8,000)

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599) Victoria Jubilee Head 1887 Gold Set a 4-coin set comprising Gold Five Pounds 1887 as S.3864 a jewellers copy weighing 39.90 grammes VF, Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 EF, Sovereign 1887 First legend with G: of D:G: further from the crown S.3866, DISH L7, NEF with some rim nicks, Half Sovereign 1887 Imperfect J in J.E.B S.3869, DISH L508 About EF comes with a red presentation box (£2,500 - £4,000)

602) Alderney a 3-coin set 2018 Centenary of the End of World War I each coin in 22 Carat Gold comprising Sovereign 2018, Half Sovereign 2018 and Quarter Sovereign 2018 Matt Proofs FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate (£480 - £600) 603) Alderney a 3-coin set 2019 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Victoria each coin in .999 Gold comprising Sovereign (7.34 grammes), Half Sovereign (3.67 grammes) and Quarter Sovereign (1.83 grammes) 2019 all with the matching Una and the Lion reverse design Proof FDC in the Hattons of London box with certificate (£480 - £600) 604) Alderney and Guernsey £25 a 2-coin set in Gold Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday 2001 comprising £25 Alderney 2001 KM#61 Gold Proof, and Guernsey £25 Gold Proof KM#112 FDC in the 2-coin box of issue with certificates (each coin 7.81 grammes of .999 gold) and 22mm diameter, the certificate shows incorrect weights and diameters, only 250 sets issued (£600 - £750) 605) Alderney Fifty Pounds 2003 Prince William 21st Birthday One Kilo of .999 Silver KM#33, FDC in the large Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, this issue limited to 500 pieces (£500 - £650)

606) Alderney Five Pounds 2004 The Rocket (Steam Train) Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,400 - £1,700)

World Cased and Proof Items (lots 600 - 763) 600) 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain a 9-coin set in silver comprising Guernsey Five Pounds 2010 (7) Supermarine Spitfire, Bristol Blenheim, Hawker Hurricane, Boulton Paul Defiant and Gloster Gladiator Silver Proofs each with the coloured aircraft on the reverse, and 2010 Hawker Hurricane with coloured aircraft on the reverse (2), both UNC Jersey (1) Two Pounds 2010 Supermarine Spitfire Silver Proof with coloured aircraft on the reverse FDC, and Cook Islands (1) Five Dollars 2010 Junker Ju87 Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box the 7 Silver Proofs with certificates (£75 - £120) 601) Alderney £25 Gold a 2-coin set comprising £25 2002 5th Anniversary of the Death of Princess Diana KM#28 Proof and 2003 Prince William 21st Birthday KM#32 Proof, both FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificates (£550 - £700)

607) Alderney Five Pounds 2015 600th Anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 63 of only 75 issued, with accompanying booklet detailing the history and tactics employed in the famous battle. A rare item and the first we have offered (£1,800 - £2,400)

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Ballet of Canada Prooflike UNC, boxed as issued with certificate, Guernsey (2) Ten Pounds 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding 5oz. Silver Proof with gold cameo on the reverse FDC in a presentation box, no certificate, Fifty Pence 2000 60th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Silver Proof nFDC with some toning, in a presentation box with certificate, Jersey Five Pounds 2008 St. George and the Dragon UNC in Matt Silver, uncased in capsule, Channel Islands Five Pounds 2002 The Duke of Wellington a 3-coin set comprising Alderney 2002, Guernsey 2002 and Jersey 2002 Silver Proofs each with different reverses and with coloured highlighting, nFDC to FDC lightly toned, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£200 - £350)

608) Alderney Half Sovereign 2019 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Queen Victoria, the reverse depicting the Bun Head, Gothic Head, Jubilee Head and Veiled Head portraits of Queen Victoria, Gold Proof FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate (£140 - £180)

613) Australia 100 Dollars Gold One Ounce 2012P Chinese Lunar Year of the Dragon Proof FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,800)

609) Alderney Sovereign 2017 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Platinum Wedding (70 Years) Sovereign Gold Proof FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 610) Alderney/Guernsey/Jersey Fifty Pences 2003 Silver Proofs a 12-coin set comprising Alderney (4), Guernsey (4) and Jersey (4) all with different Reverse designs, nFDC to FDC with light toning in the impressive wooden box with large booklet-style certificate (£100 - £175) 611) Australia (10) 5 Dollars Kookaburra 1991 One Ounce, One Dollar Kookaburra One Ounce (5) 1998, 1999 with P100 mintmark, 2000, 2001, 2003, One Dollar Kangaroo One Ounce (4) 1993C, 1998C, 1999C and 2000 Lustrous UNC some of the earlier Kookaburras with light toning, China 10 Yuan 2005 BU still sealed in the vinyl envelope, GB Silver Britannia Two Pounds 2001 Silver One Ounce Lustrous UNC with toning, comes in a Westminster box, eight coins with certificates (£120 - £220) 612) Australia (9) Kookaburra Two Dollars 2oz. Silver (3) 1993 UNC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate, 1995 with ‘World Vision 40-hour Famine’ 20th Anniversary Privy mark UNC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate, 1997 Proof FDC in the blue box of issue with certificate, only 650 minted, Koala One Dollar Silver One Ounce 2008 Lustrous UNC with gold plated Koalas on the reverse, UNC in the box of issue, One Dollar 1999 Majestic Images the reverse with three conjoined portraits of the Queen One Ounce Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Five Dollars 2000 Sydney Olympics Silver Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, in the box of issue, One Dollar 2006 Chinese Lunar series - Year of the Dog One Ounce Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with silver plated lapel pin and certificate, Fifty Cents 2000 Royal Visit Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Cook Islands Maundy Set 2002 in .999 silver nFDC with a hint of toning in the green box of issue, no certificate, Ghana 500 Sika 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee 9 carat Gold Proof X#16 FDC with coloured portrait of the Queen on the reverse, FDC boxed, no certificate, Canada One Dollar 2001 National

614) Australia 100 Dollars Kangaroo 2014 1 ounce fine gold issue BU and in a London Mint Office box with their certificate (£1,200 - £1,800)

615) Australia 25 Dollars Gold 2013P Birth of Prince George Quarter Ounce Gold Proof KM#2061 FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £380) 616) Australia 25 Dollars Gold 2013P Coronation Diamond Jubilee Quarter Ounce Gold Proof KM#1928 FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £380) 617) Australia 25 Dollars Gold 2015P Birth of Princess Charlotte Quarter Ounce Gold Proof FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £380)

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618) Australia 25 Dollars Gold Kangaroo 2017P One Quarter Ounce Gold Proof FDC in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £380) 619) Australia 30 Dollars 2011 Kookaburra One Kilo of .999 Silver, Kookaburra about to take flight, unlisted by Krause, UNC in capsule with no certificate (£600 - £700)

620) Australia 30 Dollars 2011 Kookaburra One Kilo of .999 Silver, Kookaburra about to take flight, unlisted by Krause, UNC in capsule with no certificate (£600 - £700)

621) Australia Kookaburra 1995 10oz. Silver UNC in a Westminster box with certificate (£120 - £220) 622) Australia Proof Set 1958 Melbourne a 5-coin set KM#PS20 comprising Florin, Shilling, Sixpence, Threepence and Penny. Almost fully lustrous with some light toning, in the long clear case as issued, rare with only 1506 sets minted (£500 - £750) 623) Australia Twenty Dollars 2002P Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee KM#634, bimetallic Gold and Silver comprising 13.68 grammes of .999 gold around a 4.66 grammes .999 silver inner section, the inner section shaped as the Order of the Thistle brooch, as worn in the Annual Order of the Garter Service, an innovative and eye-catching piece FDC housed in the Perth Mint box of issue with certificate (£500 - £650) 624) Austria 100 Euro 2014 and Australia 100 Dollars Kangaroo 2014 both 1 ounce fine gold issues both BU and in a two coin London Mint Office box with their certificate (£2,500 - £3,500)

625) Bahrain Official Opening of Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Causeway Gold Medal 36 mm diameter, 31.1 grams 22 carat gold the issue limited to 500 pieces Prooflike FDC in the Monnaie De Paris box with certificate (£1,200 - £1,800)

626) Bahrain The Great Bahraini Rulers 2004 five piece gold plated silver medal set Shaikh Isa Bin Ali Al-Khalifa 18691932, Shaikh Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa 1932-42, Shaikh Salman Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa 1942-1961, Shaikh Isa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa 1961-1999, King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa 1999 each medal Prooflike BU and 36mm diameter 31 grams weight in The Kingdom of Bahrain presentation case (£70 - £120) 627) Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain Monetary Agency Commemorative Medal for announcement of the Kingdom of Bahrain 2002 AH1422 impressive 90mm diameter 500 grams of gold plated silver city scene with old fort and Dhow sailing boat, as struck and in the British Royal Mint’s presentation case with their certificate and an issue limited to 500 (£300 - £500) 628) Barbados 10 Dollars 1995 Queen Mother series Engagement Portrait Gold Proof FDC cased along with Cuba 10 Pesos 2000 BANCA CENTRAL EN CUBA 50 ANIVERSARIO Proof FDC in Casa de la Moneda de Cuba presentation case mintage 1250 (lists at $50 in MS63 on NGC website) and presented to the vendor by Fidel Castro at an official UK delegation dinner in Havana (£200 - £300) 629) Canada $10 2014 Gold Maple BU in the Canadian Mint box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 630) Canada (17) 5 Dollars One Ounce Maple Leaf (12) 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1998 (2), 1998 with Tiger Privy Mark, 1999, 1999/2000 with Fireworks Privy Mark, 2000 with Fireworks Privy Mark, 2001, 2003 Lustrous UNC, some with contact marks, One Dollar (5) 1962 NEF, 1965 A/UNC and lustrous, 1975 Calgary (2) both UNC boxed, 1998 RCMP 125th Anniversary BU boxed (£170 - £300) 631) Canada Fifty Dollars 2013 25th Anniversary of the Maple Leaf design 5oz. Silver Proof with 25 Years and Maple leaf Privy mark on the reverse, where part of the design background is gold plated FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £200) 632) Canada Fifty Dollars 2014 5oz. High relief Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £200)

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633) Canada Montreal Olympic Coins 1973-1976 Ten Dollars Silver (14) and Five Dollars Silver (14) the complete set of Proofs nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£600 - £700) 634) Canada Ten Dollars Gold ‘The Effigies of Queen Elizabeth II’ a 4-coin set comprising 2014 Obverse: Gillick Head, 2015 Machin Head, 2015 De Pedery-Hunt Head, 2016 Blunt Head, all reverse frosted design Gold Proofs FDC in the 4-coin box, three coins with individual certificates, and one certificate covering all four pieces (£1,000 - £1,600)

635) Cayman Islands Proof Set 1987 (8 coins) Five Dollars to One Cent, The Five Dollars, Two Dollars, One Dollar and 50 Cent coins in .925 Silver FDC in the Royal Mint case of issue with certificate, only 500 sets minted, Cayman Islands Mint set 1987 - Circulating coins, a 4-coin set comprising 25 Cents, 10 Cents 5 Cents and One Cent UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Turks and Caicos Islands/Antigua and Barbuda Numismatic Cover comprising Turks and Caicos Islands 5 Crown 1994 Football World Cup - England Winners 1966 and Antigua and Barbuda $2 stamp Bobby Moore UNC on the envelope of issue, along with GB (30) comprising Silver Threepences (16) all but one are pre1920 issues, VG to Fine, Pennies (4) and Halfpennies (10) Victoria to George V these in mixed lower grades (£50 £100) 636) Channel Islands - The Prince William of Wales Gold Collection, Five Pounds a 3-coin set 2003 in gold comprising Guernsey Five Pounds 2003 Gold Proof KM#143b, Jersey Five Pounds 2003 KM#121b, and Alderney Five Pounds 2003 KM#31b, the Jersey coin with a hint of light toning, nFDC to FDC, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate number 013. Each of these pieces with a mintage of only 200, and only available in this three-coin set (£4,000 - £5,500)

637) China 5 Yuan 1986 Great Wall and Empress of China Ship KM152 BU in a presentation case with THE CLIPPER SILVER COIN PROGRAM certificate (£20 - £40) 638) 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 (£800 - £1,100)

639) Cook Islands $25 2008 450th Anniversary of the Accession of Elizabeth I KM#1628 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 640) Cook Islands $25 2012 100th Anniversary of the RMS Titanic 5oz. Silver Proof with coloured flag of the White Star logo and with authentic piece of coal from the RMS Titanic set into the reverse, nFDC with a small tone spot, in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 641) Cook Islands One Dollar 2007 an 11-coin set Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding each coin in gold plated cupro-nickel with a different photographic image of the Royal Couple, UNC in a Westminster box with certificates, Cook Islands - History of the Royal Family One Dollar 2009 (2) Henry II and Elizabeth I, Gold Plated cupro-nickel UNC with coloured portraits on the reverses, Cook Islands One Dollar 2010 Prince William and Catherine Middleton UNC in gold plated cupro-nickel with coloured portrait on the reverse and insert sapphire UNC, Jersey Fifty Pence 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee (3) each in gold plated cupro-nickel with 1953 portrait of the Queen in colour on each reverse UNC, Jersey 2011 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee with coloured portrait of the Queen on the reverse UNC, these housed in a Westminster box all but one with certificates, Cook Islands One Dollar (7) History of the Royal Family (3) Henry VIII (2) and Richard III, UNC each with coloured portraits on the reverses, 2010 The Roman Army (2) with coloured depiction of a Roman soldier on the reverse UNC, 2011 Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Wedding UNC with balcony scene on the reverse, 2013 Treasures of Ancient Egypt UNC with coloured reverse, Guernsey

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Fifty Pence (4) 2013 Historic Steam Engines (3) Flying Scotsman (2), and Golden Arrow UNC, each with coloured reverses, 2013 Royal Air Force - 617 Squadron UNC with coloured reverse, Jersey Fifty Pence 2012 Centenary of RMS Titanic, in Gold plated Cupro-Nickel UNC, most with certificates, Cook Islands 2012 One Dollar a 4-coin set in gold plated copper RMS Titanic comprising 2012 Atlantic Crossing, 2012 Final Moments, 2012 ‘Nearer My God to Thee’ and 2012 Shocking News UNC in a Westminster box with certificate, Gibraltar Crowns (2) 2008 Elizabeth I and 2009 Henry VIII, Guernsey Five Pounds (5) 2009 (3) 100 Years of Naval Aviation, and Mary Rose (2), 2011 409th Anniversary of Decimalisation, 2011 Royal British Legion Poppies poppy shaped, UNC, GB Five Pound Crowns 2005 Nelson UNC (2), Great Britain Historic Coins (3) Pennies 1967 (2) one with painted obverse, the other with painted reverse, (these as issued), Guinea a modern Replica 1813 in gold plated brass UNC, housed in a Westminster box, all but one with certificates. GB The 1953 Coronation set (9 coins) Halfcrown to Farthing) each coin plated with silver and gold highlighted EF to UNC in a Westminster box with certificate, GB Crowns/Five Pound Crowns a 4-coin set comprising 1965 Churchill, 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding, 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday and 2002 Queen Mother Memorial, UNC in a Westminster box with certificate, USA State Quarters a 50-coin set in platinum plated cupro-nickel EF to UNC in a Westminster box with certificate, Cook Islands Five Dollars 2012 (2) Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee in gold plated copper, each with a different coloured portrait on the reverse UNC in a Westminster boxes, each with certificate, GB Numismatic Card Cover 2012 London Olympics comprising Fifty Pence and First Class stamp - Athletics UNC as issue, Medallic issues - Numisproof (6) undated issues Buckingham Palace, Big Ben (2), and Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip (3) each gold plated base metal and with coloured reverses UNC, two with certificates, Cook Islands One Dollar (4) 2007 (2) Diana Princess of Wales, 10th Anniversary of her death, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding UNC with coloured reverses, 2009 40th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing - One Small Step (2) each UNC with coloured reverses, A Westminster box containing a mixed group (8) Guernsey - Lifetime of Service Collection Five Pounds 2012 (3) in cupro-nickel each with gold-inked portrait UNC, Guernsey Five Pounds 2013 70th Anniversary of the Dambusters UNC, Gibraltar Crown 2008 Elizabeth I, Jersey Two Pounds 2011 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip - A Lifetime of Service Prooflike UNC with coloured hights on the reverse, GB Five Pound Crowns (2) 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday A/UNC and 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII A/UNC, Modern Replica cast coins with WRL stamps (5), empty Westminster pouches (82), and empty Westminster boxes (7), these in very good condition (£120 - £220) 642) Crown sized silver issues Andorra 10 D (Ecu) 1995 Ramon Berenguer III, Australia One Dollar Kookaburra 1995, Canada $5 1995, Netherlands 25 Ecu 1995. Smaller Silver issues Barbados Dollar 1994 and Fiji $5 1994 both Lady of the Century. Base Metal issues Gibraltar 2.8 Ecus 1994 Sowing the Seed, Isle of Man £5 1995 Churchill (toning), £2 1995 VE VJ Day, Netherlands Ecu 1993 Maastricht Treaty generally Unc-BU-FDC uncased, most with certificates (£50 - £80)

643) Fiji - The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 3-coin set 2012 comprising Ten Dollars (3) each coin 65mm diameter and One Ounce of .999 Silver, and each with a different reverse, The Great Sword of State, The Imperial State Crown and St. Edward’s Crown, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Guernsey Five Pounds 2010 a 6-coin set 50th Anniversary of the End of National Service Silver Proofs FDC in a presentation box with certificates, Guernsey Five Pounds 2011 a 3-coin set A Tribute to The Armed Services comprising RAF, Army and Navy issues Silver Proofs FDC in a presentation box with certificate, Jersey Five Pounds (4) 2006 Great Britons - Sir Winston Churchill Silver Proof FDC in soft case with certificate, 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof, the reverse with selective gold plating FDC boxed with certificate, 2008 Royal British Legion Poppy shaped Silver Prooflike nFDC boxed with certificate, 2008 St. George and the Dragon KM#194 in Matt silver UNC, Guernsey Five Pounds 2008 History of the Royal Air Force - Battle of Britain 1940 Silver Proof FDC in soft case with certificate, Gibraltar Five Pounds 2007 History of the RAF - Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Silver Proof FDC in soft case with certificate, Medallic issues (2) Numisproof 2013 2oz. Silver the reverse with colour picture of Margaret Thatcher FDC boxed with certificate, 2012 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 2oz. Silver the reverse with a picture of the Queen on a Royal walkabout FDC boxed with certificate, Numismatic First Day Covers (8) Gibraltar/Maldives 2006/7 Concorde London to New York Record comprising Gibraltar Five Pounds 2006 Silver Proof FDC and Maldives Concorde Rf25 stamp, stamp datestamped 2007, on the commemorative envelope, in the wallet of issue, Jersey/Kiribati - Captain James Cook comprising Jersey Five Pounds 2009 James Cook Silver Proof and Kiribati 50c stamp UNC on the commemorative envelope in the wallet of issue (2 sets), Guernsey/St. Helena ‘Revolution to Restoration 1640-1660 comprising Guernsey Five Pounds Silver Proof 2010 nFDC, the obverse lightly toned, with set of 10x 50p St. Helena stamps with subjects from Charles I to the Coronation of Charles II, as issued on the commemorative envelope, boxed with certificate, Jersey 2010 70th Anniversary of The Battle of Britain/100th Anniversary of the Birth of Sir Douglas Bader, comprising Two Pounds 2010 Silver Proof With coloured reverse and First Class ‘Spitfire’stamp, as issued on the commemorative envelope, boxed with certificate, Guernsey 2010 100th Anniversary of the Death of Florence Nightingale comprising Five Pounds 2010 Silver Proof nFDC with light toning, and First Class stamp. on the commemorative envelope as issued, boxed with certificate, Guernsey 2011 40th Anniversary of Decimalisation comprising Five Pounds 2011 Decimal Day Silver Proof with gold highlighting, and set of 13 stamps with values ranging from 1/2p to 9p, and a current First Class stamp, all on the commemorative envelope boxed as issued (2 sets). GB coins (5) Wartime issues - Halfcrown 1943, Florin 1941, Shilling 1941E, Sixpence 1939 and Silver Threepence 1941 VG to Fine the reverses enhanced by gold highlighting, along with a set of reproduction wartime instructions, ration book and advice sheets, as issued and boxed with certificate (£300 - £500) 644) Finland 10 Markka 1878S KM#8.1 a one-year type with the larger obverse crest, EF in a presentation box with certificate and booklet (£110 - £150)

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645) GB and World a mixed group includes Canada Mint Sets (6) 1965 (5 coins,50 Cents to One Cent, the packet cut, has spaces for 6 coins) 1966, 1969, 1970, 1979, 1980, Lustrous UNC in the envelopes of issue, USA Proof Set 1964 (5 Coins) Half Dollar to One Cent, FDC in the envelope of issue, Vatican Mint Sets 1983 UNC in the white folder of issue, Canada One Dollar 2006 150th Anniversary of the Victoria Cross Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, GB Halfcrowns unofficial Sets (3) 1947-1951 (5 coins) Fine to VF, 1953-1960 (8 coins) About Fine to Fine, 1961-1967 (7 coins) Fine to VF, Sixpences Unofficial Sets (2) 1947-1952 (6 coins) Near Fine to Good Fine, 1953-1967 (15 coins) Near Fine to VF, Halfpennies unofficial sets (2) 1937-1944 (8 coins) About Fine to Fine, 1945-1952 (9 coins) About Fine to Fine, GB Farewell to £sd Coinage (8 coins) Crown to Farthing (No Florin or English Shilling) mixed dates 1953-1967 UNC, Crown 1951 UNC boxed, Halfcrown 1923 VG, Euro Coin Sets - some Mixed date sets, 2 Euro to One Euro Cent (12) Belgium 1999-2001, Germany 2002, Greece 2002, France 1999-2001, Austria 2002, Italy 2002, Luxembourg 2002, Finland 1999-2001, Netherlands 20002001, Portugal 2002, Spain 1999-2001, and Ireland 2002 UNC in the plastic sleeves some with toning, a Masonic badge and pin, Crown 1980 EF in a medal mount, India Quarter Anna 1939 NEF/GEF Portugal 2 1/2 Escudos 1983 VF, USA Cent 1943 GF/NVF, Belgium 2 Francs 1944 Fine, Medals (2) Lady Diana Spencer 1961-1997 cupronickel UNC, Royal Wedding 1981 Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer base metal A/UNC with suspension loop, Dunedin One Penny Transport Token Octagonal A/UNC, and Banknotes (3) One Pound Somerset CN53 571910UNC and Ten Shillings Fforde C32N 753960 A/UNC, and British Armed Forces One Pound 3rd Series NEF with some creases (£100 - £150) 646) GB/Australia/New Zealand ‘Silver Proof International Coins’ a 3-coin set of One Ounce Silver coins comprising GB Silver Britannia 2011 Silver Proof, Australia Kangaroo 2011 Silver Proof and New Zealand Kiwi 2011 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in a presentation box with certificate, Canada Twenty Dollars 2018 30th Anniversary of the Maple Leaf Coin, One Ounce, Maple Leaf-shaped Silver Proof, FDC in the Royal Canadian Mint box with certificate, Gibraltar Fifty Pence 2019 75th Anniversary of D-Day Silver Proof with coloured Union Jack, Canada and USA flags forming part of the reverse design nFDC lightly toned, in the Pobjoy Mint box with certificate, Jersey Five Pounds 2018 British Legion with coloured Poppy reverse Cupro-Nickel UNC in soft case, Tristan da Cunha (2) Five Pounds 2013 Birth of Prince George Silver Proof nFDC with cracked capsule, in a soft case with certificate, Halfcrown 2014 First World War Centenary BU in the box of issue with certificate, GB (2) Six New Pence 2017 Silver S.E1 Lustrous UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, Two Pounds 1989 Claim of Right UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Two Pounds 1989 Bill of Rights GEF in capsule (£100 - £120) 647) Gibraltar 25 Pounds Gold 1975 Unc in a Spink wallet and unofficial presentation box (£250 - £350) 648) Gibraltar Fifty Pence 2019 75th Anniversary of D-Day Gold Proof Piedfort, the reverse with coloured Union Jack, Canada and USA flags as part of the reverse design, FDC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate, Rare with a mintage of just 195 pieces (£500 - £800)

649) Gibraltar Five Coin Sovereign Set 2019 Into The Dragons Lair Gold Proof Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign FDC in the London Mint Office presentation box with their certificate (£2,000 £2,600)

650) Gibraltar Five Coin Sovereign Set 2020 The Greatest Briton Gold Proof featuring Winston Churchill Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign FDC in the London Mint Office presentation box with their certificate (£2,000 - £2,600)

651) Gibraltar Five Pound Crowns (3) 2005 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar three different reverse designs nFDC to FDC in a presentation box with certificates, World (18) Australia Five Cents 1999 Masterpieces in Silver (1939 Halfpenny) Silver Proof FDC, St. Thomas and Prince 2000 Dobras 1998 Millennium Silver Proof FDC, Turks and Caicos Islands Five Crowns 1997 Queen Mother - Lady of the Century 60th Anniversary of the 1937 Coronation Proof, Cook Islands One Dollar 1997 Princess Diana Memorial One Ounce Silver, Matt finish UNC, lightly toned with brilliant lustrous portraits, China 10 Yuan Silver Panda 2000 One Ounce Lustrous UNC, Canada One Dollar 2000 A World of Discovery Lustrous UNC, Isle of Man Halfcrown 1999 Sir Walter Raleigh Silver Proof FDC, Guyana 2000 Dollars 1999/2000 Millennium Silver Proof nFDC lightly toning, Cook Islands Two Dollars 1996 Olympic National Park - Bald Eagle Silver Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, Canada Vancouver - Gateway to the Pacific 1990 Local One Ounce Silver Token Proof nFDC with a small area of

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toning, Guernsey Five Pounds 2000 Millennium UNC, Turks and Caicos Islands Five Crowns 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding Prooflike UNC, Australia Florin 1954 Fine, GB (3) Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2002 UNC with some lustre, Crown 1935 NEF, Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial A/UNC with some lustre, Seychelles 25 Rupees 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee UNC in a slide case, Mauritius 25 Rupees 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Lustrous UNC in a slide case, Australia Numismatic First Day Cover 2001 comprising One Dollar Kangaroo One Ounce Silver Lustrous UNC with a 49c. Stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued with certificate (£180 - £360) 652) Gibraltar Five Pounds 2016 Battle of the Atlantic Gold Proof FDC and cased (£1,100 - £1,600)

653) Gibraltar Five Pounds an 8-coin set 2006 Concorde Milestones, comprising 2006 Roll Out of the Concorde Prototype, 2006 First Supersonic Flight of Concorde, 2006 Concorde Takes The Speed Record, 2006 Concorde’s London to Sydney Record, 2006 Concorde’s First Round the World Flight, 2006 Last Commercial Flight of Concorde, 2006 Final Flight of Concorde and 2006 Concorde’s Golden Jubilee Flypast Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box with certificates (£60 - £100) 654) Gibraltar Sir Winston Churchill - Our Finest Hour 2015 a 3-coin set in gold comprising Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign each reverse depicting Churchill and his famous V-sign Gold Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet (£480 - £600) 655) Gibraltar Sovereign 2014 Queen Elizabeth II 88th Birthday Gold Proof FDC in the presentation box with booklet, number 79 of just 88 issued (£250 - £350) 656) Gibraltar Ten Pounds 2006 QE II 80th Birthday 5oz Gold Proof FDC with brilliant cut 1/4 carat diamond in the reverse design, and in Westminster’s presentation box with certificate (£6,000 - £7,000)

657) Gibraltar Ten Pounds 2008 The Final Voyage of the Queen Elizabeth 2 KM#1410 5oz. Silver Proof nFDC/FDC the obverse with a very small tone spot, in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 658) Gibraltar Ten Pounds 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of his Accession KM#1438 5oz.Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 659) Gibraltar The 2015 Remembrance Day set a 3-coin set in gold comprising Sovereign 2015, Half Sovereign 2015, and Quarter Sovereign 2015 Gold Proofs nFDC to FDC in the presentation box with certificate, only 150 sets assembled (£480 - £600)

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660) Gibraltar Third Guinea 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday/Prince Philip 95th Birthday, , Reverse with conjoined busts and Crowned 90 and Crowned 95 Privy marks, Gold Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet (£90 - £120) 661) Gibraltar ‘Year of the Three Kings’ 80th Anniversary 2016 Sovereigns a 3-coin set in gold comprising Sovereigns (3) with George V, Edward VIII and George VI reverses respectively, each coin in a numbered holder stating a mintage of each of just 327 pieces, Proofs FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate and booklet (£800 - £1,100)

662) Gold Small Medallic issues in sets, comprising 21st Century Gold Rarities a 23-coin set 2000-2006 each 0.5 grammes of 14 Carat gold comprising 2000 Julius Caesar, 2000 Napoleon I, 2000 Christopher Columbus (2), 2000 Ludwig II, 2000 Martin Luther, 2000 Tutankhamun, 2000 Nofretete, 2000 Charlmagne, 2000 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 2001 General Henri Guisan, 2001 Albert Einstein, 2001 Captain James Cook, 2001 Ludwig van Beethoven, 2002 Nelson Mandela, 2002 Albert Schweitzer, 2002 Mount Rushmore, 2002 Abraham Lincoln, 2002 Leonardo da Vinci, 2003 Mother Teresa, 2003 Charles Darwin, 2003 Princess Diana and 2006 John F. Kennedy, The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee 2012 an 11-coin set each 0.5 grammes of 14 Carat Gold comprising 2012 Princess Elizabeth of York 1928 Portrait, 2012 Princess Elizabeth 1939 Portrait, 2012 Colonel of the Grenadier Guards 1942, 2012 The Royal Wedding 1947, 2012 The Accession of Queen Elizabeth II, 2012 The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II 40th Birthday 1966, 2012 The Silver Jubilee 1977, 2012 Golden Wedding Anniversary, 2002 Golden Jubilee, 2012 The Diamond Jubilee, History of Our Monarchy an 11coin set each 0.5 grammes of 14 Carat Gold comprising Alfred the Great, Richard I, Edward III, Henry V, Henry VI, Henry VIII, Mary I, Elizabeth I, Victoria, Year of the Three Kings (1936), and Edward VIII, along with a King William I issue marked .999 on the coin with a .585 Certificate. Historical Figures an 11-coin set each 0.5 grammes of 14 Carat Gold comprising 2000 Peter The Great, 2000 Mikhail Gorbachev, 2000 George Washington, 2001 Marco Polo, 2001 Galileo, 2001 Nostradamus, 2003 Hannibal, 2003 Eva Peron, 2004 Alfred Nobel, 2004 William Shakespeare, and 2005 Rembrandt van Rijn, Princess Diana - Portraits of a Princess an 8-coin set each 0.5 grammes of 14 Carat Gold comprising Diana - A Mother (2) with different reverses, Diana - A Princess (2) with different reverses, Diana - A Legend (2) with different reverses, and Diana - A Wife (2) with different reverses, FDC with certificates (£700 £1,200)

663) Guernsey Five Pounds 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of his Accession Gold Proof, the reverse design a modern interpretation of the famous ‘Crown of the Double Rose’ KM#239b FDC in a Westminster box with certificate stating a mintage of just 250 pieces (£1,400 - £1,800)

664) Guernsey Five Pounds 2012 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II Gold Proof the obverse with the portraits Rhodium plated FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificate (£1,400 - £1,800)

665) Guernsey Five Pounds 2013 Birth of Prince George Gold Proof FDC in a presentation box with certificate (£1,400 - £1,800)

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666) Guernsey Five Pounds 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof with selective Rhodium plating, FDC boxed as issued with certificate number 35 of only 95 issued (£1,400 - £1,800)

670) Guernsey Numismatic First Day Cover 2009 100 Years of Naval Aviation comprising Jersey £25 2009 Gold Proof FDC and set of 2 Isle of Man stamps 31 Pence and 98 Pence UNC on the hand painted decorative envelope, in the wallet of issue, number 1 of only 50 issued (£250 - £350) 671) Guernsey Proof Set 1990 (8 coins) One Pound to One Penny KM#PS15 only 700 sets issued FDC in the Royal Mint blue case of issue (£50 - £80)

667) Guernsey Five Pounds 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof with selective Rhodium plating, FDC boxed as issued with certificate number 54 of only 95 issued (£1,400 - £1,800)

672) Guernsey Ten Pounds (3) 2009 40th Anniversary of the First Supersonic Flight 5oz. Silver Proof with coloured image of Concorde on the Reverse, FDC, 2009 40th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing 5oz. Silver Proof with coloured image of the Earth on the reverse, FDC, 2009 The Centenary of Naval Aviation 5oz. Silver Proof with coloured aircraft and Naval Flag forming part of the reverse design FDC/nFDC with a hint of toning, each in a Westminster box with certificate, along with Britannia Medal 2009 65th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings 65mm diameter in .999 silver, Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£300 - £500) 673) Guernsey Ten Pounds 2010 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain 5oz. Silver Proof with coloured Spitfire on the reverse, the obverse with a hint of toning otherwise FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 674) Hong Kong $1000 1977 Year of the Snake KM#42 Gold Proof FDC in the red case of issue with certificate (£750 - £850)

668) Guernsey Five Pounds 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee Silver Proof Piedfort with selective gold plating, FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£15 - £30) 669) Guernsey Five Pounds 2019 The 80th Anniversary of the King’s Speech, the reverse with the date of the speech large in the centre (03.09.1939) and the text of the speech forming the background. One Ounce of 0.999 Gold Proof FDC cased with certificate number 39 of 80 issued (£1,400 - £1,800)

675) Hong Kong $1000 1980 Lunar Year of the Monkey in Gold KM#47 Lustrous UNC in the red box of issue with certificate (£600 - £800)

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676) Hong Kong $1000 1980 Year of the Monkey KM#47 Gold Proof FDC in the red case of issue with certificate (£600 £800)

679) Hong Kong $1000 1983 Year of the Pig KM#51 Gold Proof, a light contact mark in the obverse field otherwise FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£700 - £900)

677) Hong Kong $1000 1980 Year of the Monkey KM#47 Gold Proof nFDC with a small area of light tone, retaining practically full mint brilliance, in the red case of issue with certificate (£600 - £800)

680) Hong Kong $1000 1984 Year of the Rat KM#52 Gold Proof FDC in the red case of issue with certificate (£700 - £900)

678) Hong Kong $1000 1980 Year of the Monkey KM#47 Gold Proof the odd tiny tone spot otherwise FDC in the red case of issue with certificate (£600 - £800)

681) International Year of the Child a 30-coin set in silver 19791983 comprising Crown-sized silver issues China 35 Yuan 1979 Silver Proof KM#8 Rare, Bolivia 200 Pesos Bolivianos 1979 Silver Proof KM#198, Malta Five Pounds 1981 Silver Proof KM#53, Maldives 20 Rufiyaa 1979 Silver Proof KM#61, Mongolia 25 Tugrik 1980 Silver Proof KM#39.1, Egypt Five Pounds 1981 Silver Proof KM#533, United Arab Emirates 50 Dirhams 1980 Silver Proof KM#7, Turkey 500 Lira 1979 Silver Proof KM#931, Nepal 100 Rupees VS 2031 Silver Proof (struck in 1981) KM#851, Sudan Five Pounds 1981 Silver Proof KM#87, Jordan Three Dinars 1981 Silver Proof KM#43, Yemen 25 Riyal s 1983 Silver Proof Y#45, Solomon Islands Five Dollars 1983 Silver Proof KM#16, India 100 Rupees 1981 Silver Proof KM#277, Panama 10 Balboas 1982 Silver Proof KM#79, Dominica 10 Pesos 1982 Silver Proof KM#57, Cayman Islands Ten Dollars 1982 Silver Proof KM#72, Turks and Caicos Islands 10 Crowns 1982 Silver Proof KM#55Tunisia Five Dinars 1982 Silver Proof KM#313, Papua New Guinea Five Kina 1981 Silver Proof KM#18, Thailand 200 Baht BE2524 (1981) Silver Proof Y#152, Ethiopia 20 Birr 1979 Silver Proof KM#54, Netherlands Antilles 25 Gulden 1979 Silver Proof KM#22, Philippines 50 Pisos 1979 Silver Proof KM#229, Seychelles 50 Rupees 1980 Silver Proof KM#42, Hungary 200 Forint 1979 Silver Proof KM#615, Lesotho 10 Maloti 1979 Silver Proof KM#24, Zambia 10 Kwacha 1980 Silver Proof KM#21, Jamaica Ten Dollars 1979 Silver Proof KM#80, Bulgari 10 Leva Silver Proof KM#104 nFDC to FDC in the blue box of issue, many coins with certificates and promotional leaflets (£650 - £750)

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682) International Year of the Child an impressive 12-coin set in Gold comprising China 450 Yuan 1979 Gold Proof KM#9, Thailand 4000 Baht 1981 Y#153 Gold Proof, Turkey 10000 Lire 1979 Gold Proof KM#933, Jordan 60 Dinars 1981 KM#46 Gold Proof, Tunisia 75 Dinars 1982 KM#317 Gold Proof, Dominica 200 Pesos 1982 KM#58 Gold Proof, Nepal 1 Asharfi VS2038 KM#852 Gold Proof (struck in 1981), Bolivia 4000 Pesos Bolivianos 1979 KM#199 Gold Proof, Canada 100 Dollars 1979 KM#126 Gold Proof, Ethiopia 400 Birr KM#60 Gold Proof, Mongolia 750 Tugrik 1980 KM#40 Gold Proof, United Arab Emirates 750 Dirhams 1980 KM#8 Gold Proof, Total Gold Weight over 5.8oz, the China Coin scarce, nFDC to FDC retaining practically full mint lustre and brilliance, in the original blue box of issue with certificates, with an additional 10 promotional leaflets, (£8,500 - £9,500)

tape residue inside the folder. The 50 Pence, 10 pence and Half Penny were only issued in these sets and were not issued for circulation. These sets were originally issued to promote the issue of the new Twenty Pence coin. We note a 1986 Half Penny was sold in London Coins Auction A160 in March 2018 (Lot 1140) described as ‘Lustrous UNC with two tiny edge nicks visible under magnification’ for £95 hammer price (£250 - £400)

684) Isle of Man Angel 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee, the Obverse with two conjoined busts of the Queen, One Ounce of 24 carat Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,800)

685) Isle of Man Gold 1/25th Crown 1990 (issued 2010) 150th Anniversary of the Penny Black stamp Gold Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£45 - £60) 686) Isle of Man Gold One Quarter Angel 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday .999 Gold Proof nFDC with a tone spot on either side, in the presentation box with certificate (£280 - £380) 687) Isle of Man Gold One Tenth Angel 2008 Gold Proof Piedfort, 25th Anniversary of the first Gold Isle Of Man Angel coin, unlisted by Krause, FDC in the Pobjoy Mint box of issue with certificate stating an issue limit of 400 pieces (£220 - £280) 688) Isle of Man One Tenth Angel 2014 30th Anniversary issue with ‘30 in wreath’ Privy Mark, Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate and leaflet (£110 - £150) 689) Isle of Man One Twentieth Angel 2010 Lustrous UNC in a presentation box with certificate (£60 - £75) 683) Ireland Specimen Set 1986 (7 coins) comprising 50 Pence, 20 Pence, 10 Pence, 5 Pence, 2 Pence, Penny and Half Penny UNC and fully lustrous, in the green and white folder of issue with the gold horse logo on the cover, the folder with a 4cm tear at the top, above ‘Ireland’. Some

690) Isle of Man Sovereign 1977 Unc in an unofficial case (£250 - £350)

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691) Isle of Man Ten Crowns 1987 Bicentenary of America’s Constitution 10oz. Silver Proof KM#188 FDC uncased in capsule (£200 - £300) 692) Isle of Man The Penny Black 170th Anniversary Stamp and Gold Coin set (issued 2010) comprising 1/25th Crown 1990 Black Gold Proof FDC and an original Penny Black Stamp plate letters P G in the box of issue with certificate (£45 £60) 693) Italy 500 Lire (8) 1981 2000th Anniversary of the Death of Virgil KM#110 Silver, Lustrous UNC cased as issued with certificate, 1982 100th Anniversary of the Death of Giuseppe Garibaldi KM#112 Silver, Lustrous UNC cased, 1982 Galileo Galilei KM#113 Silver, Lustrous UNC cased, 1986 Year of Peace KM#120 Silver, Lustrous UNC, in the green wallet of issue with certificate, 1987 World Athletics Championships KM#122 Silver, Lustrous UNC in the green wallet of issue with certificate, 1987 Year of the Family KM#121 Silver, Lustrous UNC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, 1988 40th Anniversary of the Constitution Silver, Lustrous UNC in the blue wallet of issue with certificate, 1990 World Cup Football KM#136 Silver Lustrous UNC cased with certificate (£60 - £110)

702) Jersey Ten Pounds 2011 Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday/ Prince Philip 90th Birthday 5oz. Silver Proof, the reverse design with gold ink highlighting FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 703) Jersey Ten Pounds 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 65mm diameter 5oz.Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 704) Jersey/Gibraltar Five Pounds an 8-coin set 2008-2009 The History of Great Britain - Great Battles, comprising Jersey Five Pounds 2009 (6) Battle of Hastings, Battle of Agincourt, Battle of Naseby, Battle of Culloden, Battle of the Somme and Battle of El Alamein, Gibraltar 2008 (2) Battle of Hastings and Battle of Trafalgar nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box with certificates (£60 - £100) 705) Jersey/Isle of Man Numismatic First Day Cover 2010 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain comprising Jersey Two Pounds Gold 2010 Battle of Britain with coloured Spitfire on the reverse, Gold Proof FDC with Isle of Man 70p stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, in the wallet of issue with certificate (£550 - £700)

694) Jersey 2014 The William Shakespeare 450th Birthday Silver 6-coin set all Crown sized and in Silver each with a different reverse design, one featuring a portrait of Shakespeare, the other five each depicting a famous quote and scene from Macbeth, Hamlet, Henry V, Richard III and Romeo & Juliet respectively, FDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet (£75 - £150) 695) Jersey a 2-coin set in gold 1972 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Silver Wedding comprising Ten Pounds 1972 KM#40 Lustrous UNC and Five Pounds 1972 KM#39 UNC with a tone spot, in the red wallet of issue (£200 - £300) 696) Jersey Numismatic First Day Cover 2009 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII comprising Jersey £25 2009 Gold Proof FDC and set of 7 First Class stamps depicting Henry VIII and each of his 6 wives, UNC on the decorative envelope, in the wallet of issue (£250 - £350) 697) Jersey One Pound 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 698) Jersey One Pound Gold ‘Sovereign’ 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton Gold Proof FDC boxed with certificate (£250 - £350) 699) Jersey One Pound Gold ‘Sovereign’ 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof FDC boxed with certificate (£250 - £350) 700) Jersey Sovereign 2010 Restoration of the Monarchy , Reverse: Crowned shields in cruciform, with sceptres in the angles FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£250 - £350) 701) Jersey Ten Pounds 2008 History of the Royal Air Force - R.J.Mitchell - Designer of the Spitfire Aircraft KM#192 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125)

706) Jordan Proof Set 1969 a 3-coin set KM#PS6 comprising One Dinar 1969 KM#23 Reverse: Temple Hill, Jerusalem UNC to nFDC retaining much lustre and with some attractive toning, 3/4 Dinar 1969 KM#22 Reverse: Shrine of the Nativity, Bethlehem UNC to FDC attractively toned over much original brilliance, and 1969 Half Dinar KM#21 Reverse: Al Harraneh Palace nFDC and attractively toned, uncased (£120 - £150) 707) Numismatic First Day Covers (17) Gibraltar 2007 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight comprising Gibraltar Crown 2007 Silver Proof FDC and First Class stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, Alderney 2008 Prince William 1000th Knight of the Garter comprising Alderney Five Pounds 2003 Silver Proof nFDC lightly toned and 2x stamps 27p and First Class, on the commemorative envelope as issued (2 sets), GB 2008 Prince Charles 60th Birthday comprising Five Pound Crown 2008 Silver Proof FDC and set of 2x stamps, 27p and First Class, on the commemorative envelope as issued, Jersey Five Pounds 2008 ‘Lest We Forget’ comprising Five Pounds 2008 Poppy-shaped Silver Proof FDC with Poppy themed First Class stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, Guernsey 90th Anniversary of the Air Force 2008 comprising Five Pounds - History of the Royal Air Force - Battle of Britain 1940 Silver Proof FDC on the commemorative envelope as issued, GB Keep Calm and Carry On 2010 Great Britain At War comprising a 5-coin set of Wartime coins - Halfcrown 1945, Florin 1945, Shilling 1942E, Sixpence 1945 and Silver Threepence 1941 About Fine to Fine with silver and gold plating,

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with set of 8x stamps 2x First Class, 2x 60p, 2x 67p, and 2x 97p on the commemorative envelope as issued, GB 2010 2-Year Countdown to the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games comprising Five Pound Crown 2010 2-Year Countdown Silver Proof with blue Olympic logo FDC with set 10x First Class stamp each depicting a different Olympic Sport, on the commemorative envelope as issued, Guernsey 2011 350th Anniversary of the Crown Jewels comprising Crown 2011 Silver Proof with gold highlighted Crown on the reverse FDC with set of 8x stamps.2x First Class, 2x 68p stamps, 2x 76p stamps, and 2x £1.10 stamps, on the commemorative envelope as issued, GB Olympic Games 2012 comprising Five Pound Crown 2012 Silver Proof FDC and set of 4x First Class stamps, large format on the commemorative envelope as issued, GB/USA Neil Armstrong Memorial comprising USA One Dollar 1971S A/ UNC and set of 6x GB stamps 2x First Class, 2x 77p stamps, and 2x £1.28 stamps on the commemorative envelope as issued, Jersey British Legion 2012 comprising Five Pounds Poppy-shaped Silver Proof with coloured reverse FDC, and set of 3x First Class stamps all Poppy-themed on the commemorative envelope as issued, British Virgin Islands/ British Indian Ocean Territory and Nauru The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge First Anniversary a double cover comprising British Virgin Islands Ten Dollars 2012 Duke of Cambridge and Ten Dollars 2012 Duchess of Cambridge Silver Proofs FDC and British Ocean Territory £3 stamps, and Nauru $5 stamp on the commemorative envelope as issued, Jersey 2012 The Duke of Cambridge 30th Birthday Silver Proof FDC with set of 4x stamps, 45p, 68p, 70p and 88p on the commemorative envelope as issued, British Antarctic Territory 2013 The Naming of Queen Elizabeth Land comprising Two Pounds 2013 Silver Proof FDC and £3 stamp with map of the region, on the commemorative envelope as issued, Guernsey 2013 70th Anniversary of the Dam Buster Raid comprising Five Pounds 2013 Silver Proof with gold lettering on the reverse FDC, along with large format Isle of Man £2 stamp, on the commemorative envelope as issued, GB 150th Anniversary of the London Underground 2013 comprising Two Pounds 2013 London Underground Train Silver Proof FDC with set of 6x Stamps 2x Second Class, 2x First Class and 2x £1.28 stamps, on the commemorative envelope as issued, all in the wallets as issued all but the double set with certificates. Jersey (4) Five Pounds 2009 Great Battle - Normandy Landings 1944 Silver Proof FDC boxed with certificate, Five Pounds 2011 British Legion Poppy Shaped Silver Proof with gold plated 90 in the centre of the reverse .999 Silver Proof FDC boxed with certificate, Two Pounds 2012 Battle of Britain 70th Anniversary Silver Proofs (2) each reverse with a coloured Spitfire FDC in soft cases with certificates, Guernsey (2) Five Pounds 2009 100 Years of Naval Aviation Silver Proof FDC in soft case with certificate, Five Pounds 2012 Neil Armstrong Memorial Silver Proof, Reverse: Moonscape with coloured Earth in the sky, FDC boxed with certificate, Cook Islands Five Dollars 2013 Pope Francis I Silver Proof FDC boxed with certificate, Gibraltar Five Pounds 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding (3) Silver Proofs, Canada 20 Dollars 2012 Specimen Matt Finish in .999 Silver UNC in the pack of issue with certificate, The Museum Collection - a Gold plated Silver modern replica of a Henry VII Gold Sovereign, Lustrous UNC boxed with certificate. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee (2) Quarter Ounce Jubilee Cross in silver with inset diamond, UNC in a Windsor and Allen box with certificate, Quarter Ounce ingot in silver with inset diamond UNC in a Windsor and Allen box with certificate (£300 - £600)

708) Panama 20 Balboas (7) 1972 Silver Proof (2), 1973 Silver Proof (4), 1974 Silver Proof (1) nFDC to FDC with the odd small tone spot, all in the boxes of issue with certificates (£550 - £650) 709) Proof Sets Isle of Man 1976 (6 coins, silver) Malta 1977 (9 coins), USSR 1977 (9 coins + medallion). Silver Proof Crown sized issues (4) Mauritius 25 and 50 Rupees 1975, Seychelles 10 Rupees 1974, Trinidad and Tobago $10 1978, cased as issued aFDC-FDC some with hints of toning (£90 - £140) 710) Queen Elizabeth II 85th Birthday and Prince Philip 90th Birthday 2011 - A Lifetime of Service a 12-coin set Crown-Sized Silver Proofs from a host of Commonwealth Countries, comprising Jersey Five Pounds 2011 the reverse with gold inked highlighting, Guernsey Five Pounds 2011 the reverse with gold inked highlighting, Niue Two Dollars 2011, British Indian Ocean Territory Two Pounds 2011, Isle of Man Crown 2011, Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2011, Falkland Islands Crown 2011, Pitcairn Islands Two Dollars 2011, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Two Pounds 2011, United Kingdom Five Pound Crown 2011, Ascension Island Crown 2011, and Cook Islands 2011 Five Pounds all FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£80 - £120) 711) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding 1997 a 10-coin set in silver and gold comprising Guernsey Five Pounds 1997 Gold 1/25th Ounce UNC (2), Guernsey Five Pounds 1997 Silver Proof with gold cameo, Guernsey One Pound 1997 Silver UNC, Pitcairn Islands Ten Dollars 1997 Prince Edward Silver Proof, Falkland Islands Five Pounds 1997 Silver Proof with gold cameo, Tonga 2 Pa’anga 1997 Birth of Princess Anne Silver Proof, Fiji Ten Dollars 1997 Tree Tops Silver Proof, East Caribbean States Ten Dollars 1997 Silver Proof with gold cameo, Malawi Five Kwacha 1997 Silver Proof with gold Cameo, the gold pieces UNC, the silver nFDC to FDC, in a Westminster box with certificates, six with additional leaflets (£100 - £120) 712) Rhodesia One Pound 1966 Gold Proof KM#6 nFDC in the South Africa Mint blue box of issue (£250 - £350) 713) Russia 50 Roubles Gold 2008 Y#1049 Reverse: St. George the Victorious, small flecks of red tone on the reverse otherwise FDC in a presentation box with certificate (£280 - £380) 714) Singapore Proof Sets (2) 1977, 1978 FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Singapore One Dollar 1977 Silver Proof nFDC with some toning, in the box of issue with certificate, Singapore Mint Set 1978 Lustrous UNC in the wallet of issue with certificate. Singapore Ten Dollars 1981 Year of the Rooster, KM#20 Lustrous UNC in the red wallet of issue (£60 - £80) 715) South Africa Fractional Krugerrand Set 2018 a 4-coin set comprising Quarter Krugerrand 2018, One Tenth Krugerrand, One Twentieth Krugerrand and One Fiftieth Krugerrand Gold Proofs nFDC to FDC, the One Fiftieth Krugerrand with some toning, in the South Africa Mint box of issue with certificate (£600 - £1,000)

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in South Africa 1899-1900 Crown-sized Silver Proof FDC in the South Africa Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 £380)

716) South Africa Krugerrand Prestige Set 2016 a 4-coin set comprising Krugerrand, Half Krugerrand, Quarter Krugerrand and One Tenth Krugerrand Gold Proofs FDC, in the South Africa Mint box of issue with certificate number 113 of 600 issued (£2,000 - £2,600)

722) South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands/British Virgin Islands Queen Mother 100th Birthday 2000 a 2-coin set comprising British Virgin Islands Gold £20 2000 Gold Proof with inset sapphire, and South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands $100 2000 Gold Proof with inset Onyx, both 6.22 grammes of .999 Gold, FDC boxed with certificate (£450 - £600) 723) St. Helena - The East India Company 2020 Gold Sovereign King George III Proof, the reverse similar in style to the Spade Guinea reverse from the George III era FDC in the black box of issue with certificate, Australia One Dollar 2008 Chinese Lunar Year of the Rat 11.66 grammes of .999 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350) 724) St. Helena - The East India Company Gold Guinea 2013 350th Anniversary of the First Gold Guinea Proof FDC in the East India Company box with certificate (£250 - £350)

717) South Africa Krugerrand Proof Set 2005 containing Ounce, Half Ounce. Quarter Ounce and 1/10 Ounce Proof Krugerrand coins FDC in AS Mint presentation box with certificate (£2,200 - £2,800)

718) South Africa One Tenth Krugerrand 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday issue with Privy Mark on the reverse FDC or very near so with the odd small nick, retaining full mint brilliance, in the South Africa Mint box of issue with certificate, only 260 pieces issued (£120 - £180)

725) St. Helena 2015 The East India Company Gold Set a 2-coin set comprising Gold Guinea 2015 Reverse: The East India Company Standing Lion, and Gold Mohur 2015 Reverse; Lion and palm tree, a similar design to the 19th Century India Gold Mohur both FDC in the East India Company box of issue with certificate and booklet (£500 - £1,000)

726) St. Helena 2016 200th Anniversary of the End of the Guinea Era a 3-coin set all struck in Gold comprising Guinea (1.05 Pounds) 2016, Fifty Pence 2016 and Twenty Pence 2016 the reverses a modern representation of the original designs Proofs FDC in the East India Company box of issue with certificate (£500 - £800)

719) South Africa Proof Set 1953 (9 coins) Crown to Farthing in the blue 11-coin South Africa Mint box, nFDC to FDC the Halfcrown, Penny and Farthing with light toning (£25 - £45) 720) South Africa Quarter Krugerrand 2016 Gold UNC with the odd light contact mark, boxed with certificate (£280 - £380) 721) South Africa ‘The Winston Churchill Commemoration Set 2015 a 2-piece set comprising Quarter Krugerrand 2015 with Winston Churchill 50 Years Privy Mark in the reverse field Proof FDC and Medal - Sir Winston Churchill - Service More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


727) St. Helena Guinea 2013 East India Company, Reverse: The East India Company Standing Lion, Gold Proof FDC in the East India Company box of issue with certificate (£250 £350) 728) The Magnificent Seven a mixed date 7-coin set in gold comprising GB Sovereign 2011 Lustrous UNC, Canada Ten Dollars Gold 2010 Lustrous UNC, South Africa Quarter Krugerrand 2010 Lustrous UNC, Australia 25 Dollars 2010 Gold Quarter Ounce Kangaroo Lustrous UNC, China 100 Yuan 2010 Gold Quarter Ounce Unc, USA Ten Dollar 2010 Gold Quarter Ounce Lustrous UNC, and Mexico Quarter Onza Gold 2010 Lustrous UNC, in the box of issue, four with certificates (£1,750 - £3,000)

733) Tristan da Cunha (2) Quarter Guinea 2013 24 Carat Gold Proof FDC in a presentation box with certificate, Crown 2013 Christening of Prince George .958 Silver Proof FDC in a presentation box with certificate, along with 10-coin Sovereign boxes (4) (£75 - £100) 734) Tristan da Cunha 2012 Diamond Jubilee Issue - Elizabeth and the Lion (Series I) a 3-coin set in 22 carat gold comprising Sovereign (8.11 grammes), Half Sovereign (4.06 grammes) and Quarter Sovereign (2.00 grammes) Gold Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificates for the Sovereign and Quarter Sovereign, and a certificate covering the entire set. (No certificate for the Half Sovereign) (£500 - £800)

729) The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 2011 a 12-coin set Crown-sized and in silver from a host of Commonwealth Countries, comprising Alderney Five Pounds, Ascension Island Two Pounds, Australia One Dollar, a One Ounce issue with coloured portraits on the reverse, British Indian Ocean Territories Two Pounds, Canada 20 Dollars with inset Sapphire on the reverse, Cook Islands Five Dollars, Falkland Islands Crown, Gibraltar Five Pounds, Guernsey Five Pounds, Isle of Man Crown, Jersey Five Pounds and GB Five Pounds, nFDC to FDC retaining almost full original brilliance, in a Westminster box with certificate (£120 - £220) 730) The Smallest Gold Coins in the World a 4-coin set comprising Jersey One Pound Gold 2007 Diana, Princess of Wales 10th Anniversary of her death Gold Proof, Cook Islands (3) One Dollar Gold 2008 The Royal Lion Gold Proofs (2), One Dollar Gold 2008 History of the Royal Family Queen Elizabeth II Gold Proof, FDC boxed as issued with certificates (£100 - £150) 731) The Smallest Gold Coins in the World Series by MDM and with their certificates Andorra 5 Dinars 1995 Eagle, Cook Islands $25 1990 Tiger, Isle of Man 1/20 OZ Angel 1994, Liberia $20 (2) 1992 Ayrton Senna and 1994 Damon Hill all Proof FDC and in capsules (£200 - £300) 732) The World Most Significant Gold Coins GB/St. Helena a 3-coin set 2013-2014 comprising GB Sovereign 2014 S.SC4 Proof, St. Helena Guinea 2013 Proof, and St. Helena Mohur 2014 East India Company Proof nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,300)

735) Tristan da Cunha Crowns 2010 a 3-coin set in gold ‘70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain’ comprising Battle of Britain, Keith Park and Douglas Bader issues, each 13.92mm diameter, 2.50 grammes 22 carat gold FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£260 - £360) 736) Tristan da Cunha Fabula Aurum (4) Gold Halfcrowns 2009 each with a different reverse design, Eagle, Springbok, Napoleon and George and the Dragon types Prooflike UNC in the boxes of issue (£100 - £300) 737) Tristan da Cunha Gold Double Crown 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middelton, numbered on the reverse 038/199 minted, Proof FDC in a presentation box, with no certificate (£150 - £300) 738) Tristan da Cunha Half Laurel 2019 Gold Proof FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate (£140 - £180) 739) Tristan da Cunha Half Sovereign 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in the 3-coin box of issue with certificate (£140 - £180) 740) Tristan da Cunha Quarter Sovereign 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£70 - £100)

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741) Tristan da Cunha Quarter Sovereign 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gold Proof, hallmarked on the reverse, FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£60 - £100) 742) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2014 70th Anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350)

752) Tristan da Cunha ‘The Longest Reigning Monarch Portrait Collection’ 2015 a 4-coin set in gold comprising Sovereigns 2015 (4) the reverses depicting representations of the Gillick, Machin, Maklouf and Rank-Broadley portraits, the odd tiny nick, otherwise FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,100 - £1,500)

743) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2014 Prince George First Birthday Gold Proof FDC in the 2-coin presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350) 744) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2015 Birth of Princess Charlotte Lustrous UNC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 £350) 745) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2015 Birth of Princess Charlotte Proof FDC in the box of issue, with no certificate (£250 £350) 746) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2015 Christening of Princes Charlotte Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue, with no certificate, officially numbered on the reverse (£250 - £350) 747) Tristan da Cunha Sovereign 2020 Reverse a modern George and the Dragon with SOVEREIGN below, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£360 - £420) 748) Tristan da Cunha Sovereigns a 2-coin set comprising 2013 Birth of Prince George and 2014 Prince George First Birthday both Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£500 - £800)

749) Tristan da Cunha Ten Pounds 2010 Royal Engagement of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 5oz Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£70 - £100) 750) Tristan da Cunha Ten Pounds 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 5oz. Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue, with no certificate (£75 - £100) 751) Tristan da Cunha ‘The Longest Reigning Monarch’ a 3-coin set in gold comprising Sovereign 2015, Half Sovereign 2015 and Quarter Sovereign 2015 Proofs nFDC to FDC in the presentation box of issue with certificate and booklet (£480 - £600)

753) Turks and Caicos Islands 100 Crowns 1997 Golden Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip 5oz. Silver clad in 24 carat gold an impressive 63mm diameter the obverse with frosted facing portraits, and frosted coat of arms reverse design, FDC in the Westminster box of issue with certificate (£75 - £100) 754) Una and the Lion a 3-coin Fantasy Medallic set undated, Obverse: Young Head of Queen Victoria, Reverse: The iconic Una and the Lion design, in 9 carat gold comprising 28mm diameter, 12.86 grammes, 22mm diameter 6.10 grammes and 19mm diameter 4.09 grammes issues respectively, all pieces hallmarked on the edge, A/UNC toned, in a 4-coin presentation box, with no certificates (£320 - £420) 755) USA (27) Silver Eagles (2) 2002 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, 2005 Lustrous UNC with a few flecks of toning, One Dollar (4) 1886O GVF, 1886 NEF, 1922 EF/AU and lustrous, 1923 S NVF, Half Dollar Commemoratives (2) 1893 Columbian Exposition VF, 1982 George Washington Silver Lustrous UNC, Half Dollars (6) 1943 NEF, 1964 (3) NEF, EF and lustrous A/UNC, 1965 EF, 1967 A/UNC, Quarter Dollar 1983 NVF, Five Cents (4) 1920 Fine, 1936 NVF, 1942S NVF with patchy tone, 1984P Fine, One Cent (8) 1864L VG, 1892 Fair, 1895 Fair, 1909 Near Fine, 1941D VF/NVF, 1943D VF with spots, 1964D VF, 1999 EF, GB (4) Two Pounds Silver Britannia 2005 Lustrous UNC, Crowns (3) 1951 UNC, 1953 GEF, 1960 NEF in a presentation box many with promotional certificates (£150 - £250) 756) USA a 2-coin set 1986 comprising One Dollar 1986S Ellis Island Silver Proof and Half Dollar 1986S Cupro-Nickel Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, USA/GB a 2-coin set 2002 comprising USA Silver Eagle 2002 UNC with some light toning, and GB Britannia Silver Two Pounds 2002 Lustrous UNC on the card of issue, USA Silver Dollars of the 20th Century a 4-coin set comprising 1921 Morgan EF with some toning, 1922 Peace EF, 1972S Eisenhower GEF/AU, and Silver Eagle 1992 UNC, Quarter Dollars 2003S State Quarters a 5-coin set comprising Illinois, Alabama, Maine, Missouri and Arkansas issue, Proof FDC in the case of issue, no certificate, USA One Dollar 1972S Proof nFDC with some toning, in the US Mint case, with no outer box

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or certificate, Half Dollar Commemorative 1950S About UNC and lustrous, in a capsule with certificate, Half Dollars (7) 1964D GEF, 1964 A/UNC, 1964 Lustrous UNC, 1967 A/ UNC, 1968D EF lightly toned, 1984D GEF, 1997P EF, USA Mardi Gras Tokens (4) 1972, 1975 (2) both different, 1980 as issued (£150 - £250) 757) USA One Dollar 2019 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Space Flight, dished Silver Proof, the Obverse with the footprint of Buzz Aldrin, the Reverse with a depiction of the famous photograph taken of the reflection of Buzz Aldrin’s helmet of the USA flag, lunar landing craft and Neil Armstrong, a most unusual piece FDC in the box of issue with certificate, USA Dollars a 2-coin set ‘First and Last Morgan Dollars comprising Dollar 1878S NEF/GVF and 1921D VF, boxed with certificate, USA Dollar 1900 Good Fine/Fine, boxed with certificate (£40 - £80) 758) USA Silver Eagles (30) 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 (2), 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 (2), 2005 (2), 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 (4), UNC, some with a deep and colourful tone, in a Westminster box 10 with certificates (£400 - £550) 759) Vatican City 10 Euro 2005 (MMV) Pope Benedetto XVI Year of the Eucharist Silver Proof FDC with a hint of toning cased with certificate along with Commemorative Two Euro presentation packs (2) 2010 Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour and 2013 Giuseppe Verdi BU (£10 - £25)

Malawi 1964, Malta 1972, Sierra Leone 1964, South Africa 1971, South Arabia 1964, Tonga 1967, Trinidad & Tobago 1966, Zambia 1964 and 1968 these generally FDC packaged as issued (£100 - £160) 762) Yugoslavia Essai Crown 1967 Peter II (In exile) 0.999 Silver Proof X#E3, numbered 67 on the edge, FDC/nFDC in original sealed plastic, in the black 2-coin box of issue (£80 - £100) 763) Yugoslavia Proof Set mixed dates 1982-1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympics an 18-coin set in Gold and Silver comprising 5000 Dinara Gold (3) 1982 KM#95 Olympic Emblem Gold Proof, 1983 Facing Bust KM#104 Gold Proof, 1984 Olympic Torch KM#111 Gold Proof, 500 Dinara (5) 1982 Downhill Skiing KM#92 Silver Proof, 1983 Ski-Jumping KM#102 Silver Proof, 1983 Biathlon KM#103 Silver Proof, 1984 Cross Country Skiing KM#109 Silver Proof, 1984 Slalom Skiing KM#110 Silver Proof, 250 Dinara (5) 1982 View of Sarajevo KM#91 Silver Proof, 1983 Radimlja Tombs KM#101 Silver Proof, 1983 Artefact Lepenski Vir KM#100 Silver Proof, 1984 Jajce Village KM#107 Silver Proof, 1984 Head of Tito KM#108 Silver Proof, 100 Dinara (5) 1982 Ice Hockey KM#90 Silver Proof, 1983 Figure Skating KM#98 Silver Proof, 1983 Bobsleigh KM#99 Silver Proof, 1984 Speed Skating KM#105 Silver Proof, 1984 Pairs Figure Skating KM#106 Silver Proof nFDC tio FDC in the brown box of issue, unlisted by Krause as a set and rarely offered (£1,100 - £1,400)

760) World Gold Ingot Collection a 6-piece set featuring National Emblems comprising Great Britain (2) St. George and the Dragon and Britannia, Canada Maple Leaf, USA American Eagle, South Africa Springbok, and Australia Kangaroo each ingot 22mm x 13.5mm, .999 Fine weighing 2.5 grammes FDC the ingots still sealed in blister packs, all housed in a Westminster box with certificate (£550 - £700)

English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 764-930)

761) World Sets, Mint Sets Australia 1988, Barbados 1989 and 1992, Belize 1992, Canada 1983, Cook islands 1983, Cyprus 1983, East Caribbean 1986, European Community (12 coin set of pre Euro coins 1990-92), Falklands 1992, Gibraltar 1988, Guernsey 1992, Hong Kong 1988, Jersey 1992, Mauritius 1987, New Zealand 1967, 1990 and 1992, Portugal 1989, Rhodesia 1964, Seychelles 1982, Spain 1982, Swaziland 1986, UK 1984, UK/Australia 1788-1988, USA 1976, Vanuatu 1983, Western Samoa 1967 these Unc-BU some with toning packaged as issued most by the Royal Mint. Proof Sets Cyprus 1963, Ecu Piedfort Set 1992,

764) A collection in an album (448) GB Halfcrowns to Farthings (252) with some decimal issues, also many 1967 mint state coins, with Farthing 1893 lustrous NEF, Silver Threepences (20, one holed), Sixpences (42) includes some lower grade Victorian examples, some pre-1947 silver, with a few George VI issues in lustrous grades, Channel Islands and Isle of Man (35), World (161), a mix of countries generally in mixed grades, includes Austria, Australia, Cyprus, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, France, India, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland USA and more, these mostly 20th Century issues, includes Australia (2) Threepence 1915 GVF holed, Sixpence 1926 Good Fine/ VF, Canada - Nova Scotia Cent 1864 Fine, Canada Ten Cents 1918 NVF/VF, German East Africa One Rupie 1914J Fine, toned, South Africa (3) Shilling 1894 VG, Threepences (2) 1941 NVF toned and 1942 VF, Switzerland 2 Francs 1874B Near Fine, along with a few modern token issues (£100 £200)

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765) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 Fine, Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 VF cleaned, Three Shilling Bank Token 1812 Bust type ESC 415, Bull 2075 Fine, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 Bust type ESC 971, Bull 2114 Fine, Shillings (2) 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 Fine, 1819 as ESC 1235, Bull 2152 the obverse with no top serifs to the 1’s in the date, Fine/Near Fine (£120 - £150) 766) Crown 1888 Narrow Date ESC 298, Bull 2587 GVF, Florin 1871 ESC 837, Bull 2874, Davies 754 dies 3B, Die Number 8 Fine, Shillings (2) 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2144, NEF, 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137, Davies 982, dies 1C GVF (£75 - £100) 767) Crowns (17) 1887 NEF, 1902 Near Fine/Fine, 1935 UNC and lustrous, 1937 A/UNC, 1951 A/UNC boxed, 1953 UNC, 1960 UNC, 1965 UNC, 1972 UNC, 1972 Silver Proof nFDC in a purple box, 1977 (5) A/UNC to UNC, 1980 UNC, 1981 A/ UNC, Five Pound Crown 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary UNC, Medals (2) 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Lustrous UNC, 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Prooflike UNC, in boxes, or slide cases (£100 - £150) 768) Crowns (248) 1972 (32), 1980 (186), 1981 (30) in mixed grades to UNC (£65 - £85) 769) Crowns (3) 1887 ESC 296, Bull 2585 VF cleaned 1888 Narrow Date ESC 298, Bull 2587 GVF once gilded, 1891 ESC 301, Bull 2591 Bright Fine, once cleaned (£85 - £125) 770) Crowns (3) 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021 UNC/nFDC retaining some mint brilliance, 1953 Proof ESC 393G, Bull 4331 UNC with a few small spots, retaining some mint brilliance, 1960 Polished Die Lustrous UNC with some small spots, ESC 393L, Halfcrown 1937 Proof ESC 787, Bull 4035 nFDC lightly toning, Sixpence 1926 First Head ESC 1813, Bull 3894 EF, by far the scarcer of the two types, and Shilling a contemporary counterfeit of good style, silvered VF (£50 - £100) 771) Crowns (34) 1953 (25), 1960 (9), NVF to A/UNC many with spots or stains, Halfpenny Token 17th Century Hampshire - Andover W13 Fair, Pre-Decimal almost all are base metal issues comprising Crown 1965, Halfcrowns (1), Florins (4), Shillings (14), Sixpences (20), Silver Threepences (2, both holed), Brass Threepences (27), Pennies (77), Halfpennies (70), Farthings (7), in mixed lower grades, World (12) a lower grade group includes some ancients, Modern Fantasy coins Ironbridge Gorge (3) Threepence, Penny and Farthing 1987 UNC, Book - The Collector’s Handbook 2019 12th Edition by James L. Halperin and Gregory J. Rohan, Bury’s Court School Sports Prize Medals (17), in mixed condition, Modern Medals, Tokens and Bimetallic issues (14), in mixed grades, ‘Great Britain Sterling Coin Collection mounted in a glass frame comprising 9 coins Halfcrown 1950, Florin 1951, Shilling 1948E, Sixpence 1960, Silver Threepence 1941, Brass Threepence 1953, Penny 1917, Halfpenny 1967 and Farthing 1941 in mixed grades, all cleaned, Empty Presentation boxes (2) Royal Mint and Retro pattern 3-coin box in good second-hand condition (£75 - £150) 772) Crowns (43) 1935, 1951 (1), 1953 (8), 1960 (1), 1965 (6), 1972 (10), 1977 (5), 1980 (5), 1981 (6), the first NVF others

A/UNC to UNC some in slide cases, Five Pound Crowns (4) 1999 Millennium, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial, 2003 Coronation Golden Jubilee, Jersey Ten Shillings 1966 (8), Isle of Man Crown 1972 (2), Guernsey Crown 1972, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968/71 (6) UNC in the blue wallets of issue, Pennies 1967 (60) Lustrous UNC in a ‘5/- Copper’ bank bag, World (11) Switzerland Five Francs 1922B GF/NVF toned, Irelands Ten Shillings 1966 Pearce GEF, USA (6) One Dollar (5) 1922 Good Fine, 1927D Fine/About Fine, 1972 GEF, 1974 GVF, 1976 GVF, Half Dollar 1951 Fine, Canada Dollar 1965 EF, Guernsey Ten Shillings 1966 900th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings (2) EF and NEF/EF, Medals 1969 Investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales 1969 32mm diameter in gilt bronze Eimer 2116 A/UNC and lustrous (3) (£140 - £225) 773) Crowns (5) 1893 LVI Near Fine, 1933 GF/NVF with some spots, 1953 A/UNC, 1965 UNC, 1981 UNC, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 EF with some contact marks, Italy 10 Centesimi 1921 Fine, in a Westminster box (£150 - £200) 774) Crowns (55) 1953, 1965 (4), 1972 (7), 1977 (41), 1981 (2) EF to UNC, Decimal Two Pounds 1989 Tercentenary of the Bill of Rights (9) EF to UNC, Fifty Pences 1973 EEC (8) EF to Lustrous UNC, all in an aluminium case (£35 - £55) 775) Crowns (6) 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589 NVF, 1890 ESC 300, Bull 2590 Good Fine, 1891 ESC 301, Bull 2591 Bold Fine with grey tone, 1892 ESC 302, Bull 2592 Fine, 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A, Fine, 1897 LXI ESC 313, Bull 2603 Fine, the reverse better, with edge bruises (£160 - £200) 776) Crowns (73) and Double Florins (7) in an album comprising Crowns (73) 1893LVII Davies 506, dies 2A, 1894LVII Davies 507 dies 1C (11), 1894LVII dies Davies 509 2C, 1894LVIII Davies 510 dies 2C (5), 1895LIX Davies 512 dies 1A (8), 1895LVIII Davies 513 dies 2A (2), 1895LIX Davies 514 dies 2A (9), 1896LX Davies 516 dies 2A, 1896LX Davies 520 dies 2D (5), 1897LX Davies 521 dies 2D, 1897LXI Davies 522 dies 2D (3), 1898LXII Davies 526 dies 2E (5), 1898LXII Davies 527 dies 3E, 1899LXII Davies 528 dies 2E (3), 1899LXII Davies 530 dies 3E (3), 1899LXIII Davies 531 dies 3E (4), 1900LXIII Davies 532 dies 2E, 1900LXIII Davies 533 dies 3E (5), 1900LXIV Davies 534 dies 3E (3), Double Florins (7) 1889 Davies 544 dies 2C (5), 1889 Second I in VICTORIA an inverted 1 Davies 545 dies 2C, 1890 Davies 546 dies 2D, VG to Fine, all varieties clearly identifiable, all attributed, an interesting study group for the sub-variety specialist (£1,800 - £2,200) 777) Crowns 1935 Specimen (8) ESC 376, Bull 3652 GEF to UNC one with a light stain on the obverse, four in the red Royal Mint boxes of issue (£320 - £380) 778) Crowns 1965 (803) in mixed grades to UNC some with toning, some with dirt or stains (£200 - £250) 779) Crowns 1972 (300) in mixed grades to UNC some with toning or surface residue (£75 - £125) 780) Crowns 1977 (545) in mixed grades to UNC, some with spots (£135 - £165)

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781) Crowns 1981 (400) in mixed grades to UNC, many with spots (£100 - £120)

2697 About EF/EF with colourful toning, 1888 ESC 397, Bull 2699 EF/About EF with some contact marks (£75 - £125)

782) Crowns in an album, Victorian issues listed by sub-variety (60) 1893 Davies 501B with wider spaced 3 in date (9), 1893 LVI Davies 501C with T.B initials appearing as I.L (2), 1893 Wide ANNO on edge, Obverse 1a, Ex-Mount, Rare, 1893LVI Davies 503 dies 1B (6), 1893LVI Davies 503a dies 1a+B, 1893LVI Davies 503c Obverse 1 Reverse F (thin wavy streamer) (13), 1893LVI Davies 503d Obverse 1 Reverse G (streamer with main bulk further back) (10), 1893LVI Davies 503e Obverse 1, Reverse H (Thick streamer with extra bottom line) (2), 1893LVI Davies 503F Obverse 1, Reverse L (Broad streamer with front portion thinner than the rear) (7), 1893LVII Davies 506 dies 2A (9) scarcer die pairing, VG to Fine all with clearly identifiable varieties, all attributed, an interesting study group for the sub-variety specialist (£1,400 - £1,600)

788) Eclectic Collection in 2 standard and 3 small albums Shillings from 1816 - QE II (60 all different dates), Halfcrowns (4) 1836 -1900, Silver Minors 1887 or later (16) George VI Florins (2), Crown 1937 others in base metal these all from circulation many lower grades one holed. World a collection of late 20th century base metal issues in an album along with Silver Issues (6) mostly low grade South Africa (£120 - £220)

783) Crowns in an album, Victorian issues listed by sub-variety (80) 1887 Davies 480 dies 1A (2), 1887 Davies 480 with larger obverse size - 34.5mm or more from T to R in the opposite sides of the legend (2), 1888 Narrow date Davies 482, 1889 Davies 483 dies 1A (12), 1889 Davies 484 dies 1C (4), 1890 Davies 485 (7), 1891 Davies 486 (12), 1892 Davies 487 (7), 1893LVI Davies 501 dies 1A (23), 1893LVI Narrow REGNI (2), 1893LVI Wide REGNI, 1893LVI with T of T.B. blundered, 1893LVI with wider spaced 3 in the date (3) VG to Fine, all have clearly identifiable varieties, all attributed, an interesting study group for the sub-variety specialist (£1,800 - £2,200) 784) Crowns to Groats (6) comprising Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A VF/GVF, Halfcrowns (3) 1817 Small Head ESC 618, Bull 2096 About VF, 1836 ESC 666, Bull 2482 NVF, 1887 Young Head ESC 717, Bull 2769 Bright NEF/GVF, Florin 1879 38 Arcs, No WW ESC 852, Bull 2895 Good Fine, Groat 1888 ESC 1956, Bull 3359 NVF/VF (£125 - £250) 785) Crowns to Threepences (27) comprising Crowns (2) 1937 EF, 1951 A/UNC with an edge nick, Halfcrowns (12) 1916 (2) Good Fine and NVF/VF, 1928 (2) NEF/GVF and VF, 1930 VG/Near Fine, 1936 Fine, 1937 NEF, 1946 GVF, 1947 GEF/ AU and colourfully toned, 1948 About UNC, 1950 GVF, 1955 EF, Florin 1859 Good Fine, Shillings (3) 1918 NVF, 1926 Modified Effigy Fine/Good Fine, 1936 NEF, Sixpences (5) 1757 (2) VG/Fair and NVF pitted, 1758 VG/Fine, toned, 1911 NVF/VF, 1912 Near Fine, Silver Threepences (4) 1889 GVF toned, 1916 Good Fine, 1918 Fine/Good Fine, 1934 Fine/VF, along with Decimal Penny 1977 off-metal strike in brass? weight 3.02 grammes NVF (£50 - £100) 786) Currency Set 1935 (6 coins) comprising Crown 1935 ESC 375, Bull 3651 GVF toned, Halfcrown 1935 ESC 784, Bull 3749 Fine, toned, Florin 1935 ESC 954, Bull 3793 VF/NEF toned, Shilling 1935 ESC 1448, Bull 3850 NEF toned, Sixpence 1935 ESC 1825, Bull GVF/NEF toned, and Threepence 1935 ESC 2148, Bull 3959 NEF toned, in a box originally for a 1927 set, the box in poor condition with the lid detached (£30 - £40) 787) Double Florins (3) 1887 Roman 1 ESC 394, Bull 2695 Bright EF with some contact marks, 1887 Arabic 1 ESC 395, Bull

789) Edward VII Matt Proof issues (3) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568 UNC with a few hairlines, nicely toned, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578 A/UNC with some small spots, and Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 A/UNC toned (£220 - £260) 790) Edward VII Matt Proof issues (4) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568, UNC, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578, EF, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 EF cleaned, and Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786, Bull 3698 EF cleaned with some thin scratches on the reverse (£280 - £350) 791) Edward VII Matt Proof issues (4) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568, UNC, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578, UNC, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 UNC, and Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786, Bull 3698 A/UNC, all with matching grey tone (£280 - £350) 792) Edward VII Matt Proof issues in NGC holders (8) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568, slabbed and graded PF62 Matte, Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578, slabbed and graded PF61 Matte, Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 slabbed and graded PF62 Matte, Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786, Bull 3698, slabbed and graded PF62 Matte, Maundy Fourpence 1902 Matt Proof, slabbed and graded PF62 Matte, Maundy Threepence 1902 Matt Proof, slabbed and graded PF62 Matte, Maundy Twopence 1902 Matt Proof, slabbed and graded PF63 Matte, and Maundy Penny 1902 Matt Proof, slabbed and graded PF61 Matte (£400 - £500) 793) Fantasy Crowns (2) Edward VIII 1936 Obverse: Bust left EDWARD VIII KING & EMPEROR, Reverse: George and the Dragon with date below UNC, Medal 1972 Death of Edward Duke of Windsor (formerly King Edward VIII) 38mm diameter in silver, 27.00 grammes, by G.A.Holman, Obverse Bust left, legend: Edward Duke of Windsor, with 1894-1972 below, Eimer 2124 Lustrous UNC with some small spots, along with a France Fantasy Medal in Gold? undated Napoleon and Josephine 15mm diameter, 1.12 grammes, Portraits of Napoleon and Josephine with 18041814 below VF with some scratches (£20 - £50) 794) Farthings (11) 1799 Peck 1279 Good Fine/Fine, 1806 Peck 1397 (2) the first Good Fine, the second missing the right serif on the 1 of the date, Fine, 1822 (3) Obverse 1 Peck 1409 (2) both Fine, Obverse 2 Peck 1411 Good Fine, 1825 Obverse 1 Peck 1414 Fine, 1830 Peck 1445 Fine, 1847 as Peck 1568, Reverse B, No serifs to B of BRITANNIAR NEF/ GVF, 1853 WW Raised, No serifs to B of BRITANNIAR Good Fine/Fine, 1857 Peck 1585 NVF (£30 - £50)

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795) Farthings (12) 1719 Large Obverse Letters, Fine. 1721 Fine, 1722 Near Fine with a spot on the obverse, 1754 Good Fine, 1773 Fine with two heavier contact marks on the reverse, 1807 Good Fine, 1821 EF, 1826 Bare Head Fine, 1827 GVF with some surface marks, 1828 Good Fine, 1831 GVF with some surface deposit on the reverse, 1837 Good Fine with some surface residue, Halfpenny 1771 Fine/Good Fine with some heavier surface marks on the obverse, Ireland Farthings (2) 1723 Woods collectable VG, 1806 VF/ GVF (£100 - £150) 796) Farthings (3) 1674 Peck 527 VG pitted, 1675 Peck 528 (2) VG and Fine, the second with some scratches on the reverse (£40 - £80) 797) Farthings (9) 1675 Fair, 1694 VG, 1721 VG, 1744 Fair, 1806 Incuse Dot on truncation NVF, 1822 Good Fine, 1825 NVF, 1838 Fine, 1853 WW Raised Good Fine, Half Farthing 1844 NEF with a tone spot on the reverse (£40 - £80) 798) Farthings Charles II to Victoria (65) comprising Charles II (7) 1673 (3), 1675 (3), 1679 , George II 1754 (9), George III (4) 1799 (2), 1806, 1807, George IV (6) 1821 (2), 1822 (3), 1825, William IV (2), Victoria Young Head (3) 1831, 1835, Victoria (34) 1860 Toothed Border (3), 1861, 1862 (2), 1864, 1866 (2), 1874H, 1879, 1881H, 1882H (2), 1884 (3), 1885 (3), 1886 (6), 1891 (4), 1893, 1894 (2) Fair to Good Fine (£30 - £60) 799) Farthings of each English Monarch a set in a glass frame (23) James I to Elizabeth II comprising James I Lennox, mintmark Triangle VG, Charles I Richmond Fair, 1672 VG, James II Tin Poor, 1694 VG, 1714 ANNA REGINA counterfeit VG, 1719 Fair, 1754 VG, 1799 VG, 1825 approaching Fine, William IV (5) 1831 VG, 1834 VG, 1835 VG, 1836 Fine, 1837 VG, 1838 VG/Near Fine, 1866 Good Fine/Fine, 1901 Good Fine, 1909 Fine, 1934 Near Fine, 1946 Lustrous A/UNC and 1954 Lustrous GEF all easily removable, Bronze Pennies Victoria to George VI (173) includes 1864 Plain 4 ,1902 Low Tide (4), 1912H (4), 1918KN (2) in lower circulated grades (£30 - £60) 800) Florin 1849 ESC 802, Bull 2815 VF/Near VF with some heavier contact marks, Shilling 1820 ESC 1236, Bull 2157 I of BRITT over a smaller I NVF, Sixpence 1818 ESC 1634, Bull 2199 NVF with some hairlines (£70 - £90) 801) Florin 1904 ESC 1413, Bull 3590 VF/NVF with some edge nicks, Sixpences (2) 1902 ESC 1785, Bull 3597 UNC and lustrous, 1907 ESC 1791, Bull 3603 EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A (2) VF cleaned and other in VG (£50 - £75) 802) Florin 1945 ESC 965, Bull 4097 choice UNC and fully lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Shilling 1946 English, ESC 1470, Bull 4145 UNC and fully lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Sixpence 1946 ESC 1836, Bull 4245 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£120 - £150) 803) Florin 1951 Proof Lustrous UNC, Shillings (47) 1928 (NVF/ VF), 1935 (NEF), 1936 (GVF), 1937S, 1939E, 1939S, 1940E, 1940S, 1942E, 1942S, 1943S, 1944E, 1944S, 1945E, 1945S, 1946E, 1946S, 1947S, 1948E, 1948S, 1949S, 1950E Proof,

1951E Proof, 1953E, 1953S, 1954E, 1954S, 1955E, 1955S, 1957E, 1957S, 1958S, 1959E, 1959S (EF), 1960E, 1960S, 1961E, 1962E, 1962S, 1963E, 1963S, 1964E, 1964S, 1965S, 1966S, 1970E Proof and 1970S Proof, Halfpennies (11) 1911 (EF), 1933, 1951, 1952, 1957 Calm Sea (About Fine), 1958, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, mostly EF to UNC unless stated, many of the Shillings lustrous or with pleasing light tone (£120 - £220) 804) Florins (2) 1918 ESC 937, Bull 3763 EF/AU and lustrous with a hint of toning, the obverse weakly struck, 1933 ESC 953, Bull 3791 Lustrous UNC, Shillings (4) 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756 EF toned with some contact marks, 1915 ESC 1425, Bull 3804 Bright EF, 1916 ESC 1426, Bull 3805 A/UNC and lustrous, 1929 ESC 1442, Bull 3835 Lustrous UNC, Sixpence 1919 ESC 1804, Bull 3880 Lustrous UNC (£75 - £125) 805) Florins (43) 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905 (NF/VG), 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, VG to Fine, 1911, 1912, 1913 (Fine), 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 (VF), 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 (VG), 1926, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 (VG), 1933, 1935, 1936 VG to Good Fine, 1937 (GVF), 1938, 1939 (EF), 1940 (NEF), 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946 in mixed grades to EF (£150 - £250) 806) Florins (46) Victorian issues a good date run with very few gaps, comprising 1849 NVG, 1852 Near Fine, 1853 VG, 1855 VG with some scratches, 1857 VG, 1858 VG, 1859 VG, 1860 Poor, 1864 Die Number 55 VG, 1865 No stop after date Die Number 36 VG, 1866 Die Number 18, VG, 1867 Die Number 5, About Fine/Bold Fine, scarce, 1868 Top Cross does not overlap border beads, Davies 747 dies 3A, Die Number 1, VG/Fine, 1869 Top Cross does not overlap border beads, Davies 749 dies 3A, Die Number 3 VG, 1870 Top Cross overlaps border beads, Davies 752, dies 3B, Die number 11 VG, 1871 Top Cross does not overlap border beads, Davies 753, dies 3A, Die Number 35 VG, 1872 Top Cross overlaps border beads, Davies 756 dies 3B Die Number 97 NVG, 1873 Die Number 119 Near Fine/About Fine, 1874 Die Number26 VG, 1875 Die Number 74 VG, 1876 Die Number 27 VG Rare, 1877 Die Number 5 VG, 1878 Die Number 55 Fair, 1879 48 arcs VG, 1880 VG, 1881 xxri error legend, VG, 1883 NVG/VG, 1884 VG, 1885 VG/Near Fine, 1886 VG/Near Fine, 1887 Gothic VG, 1887 Jubilee Head NVF/ About VF, 1888 VG, 1889 Davies 814, dies 3B Rare About Fine, 1890 VG scarce, 1891 VG/Near Fine, 1892 VG/Fine, Rare, 1893 Fine/NVF toned, 1894 Davies 833 dies 1B VG scarce, 1895 VG, 1896 VG, 1897 Fine, 1898 VG, 1899 VG, 1900 VG, 1901 VG/Near Fine (£200 - £400) 807) Florins (6) 1911 ESC 929, Bull 3755 EF/GEF with golden tone, 1916 ESC 935, Bull 3761 GEF and lustrous, 1918 ESC 937, Bull 3763 EF/GEF and lustrous with colourful peripheral toning, 1933 ESC 953, Bull 3791 Lustrous UNC, 1935 ESC 965, Bull 3793 Lustrous AU/UNC, 1936 ESC 955, Bull 3796 AU/UNC and lustrous, Shillings (3) 1916 ESC 1426, Bull 3805 GEF and lustrous, 1929 ESC 1442, Bull 3835 GEF/AU and nicely toned, 1934 ESC 1447, Bull 3847 A/UNC and nicely toned, Sixpence 1916 ESC 1801, Bull 3877 EF/GEF and deeply toned (£125 - £225) 808) Florins, Cupro-Nickel issues £90 face, in mixed circulated grades (£90 - £120)

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809) Fractional Farthings (8) Half Farthings (3) 1843 NEF/ EF, 1844 About EF with a few small spots, 1851 EF with blue/green tone and a striking flaw on the obverse, Third Farthings (5) 1827 EF with a small spot on the obverse, 1835 NVF/VF, 1878 GVF, 1902 UNC with around 40% lustre, 1913 EF/GEF (£50 - £100) 810) GB and World (12) GB (3) Twopence 1797 Good Fine with some scratches, Crowns (2) 1953 A/UNC, 1960 A/UNC these in a 2-coin box, Ireland (3) Halfpennies 1805 (2) VG and About Fine, Farthing 1806 VG, Medals (3) 1714 George I Coronation 25mm diameter in silver, Obverse: Bust right laureate, armoured and draped GEORGIVS. D:G: M:B:F: ET:H:REX: F:D’, Reverse: Royal Shield within the Garter DIEV ET MON DROIT on a scroll below Eimer 471 VG/Near Fine, Coronation of George IV 25mm diameter in brass? Obverse: Bust left laureate, GEORGIUS IV BRITANNIARUM REX. F.D. Reverse: The King, crown enthroned right, holding orb and sceptre CROWNED JULY 19 1821.GVF, Accession of Edward VII 1901 24mm diameter in bronze Obverse: Conjoined portraits of the King and Queen left EDWARD VII AND ALEXANDRA with 1901 below, Reverse: Conjoined portraits of the Prince and Princess of Wales, left, PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES NOV 9th 1901, Good Fine with a loop mount at the top, Malta 6 Tari 1780 Fair, brightly cleaned comes with a silver pendant, purity unknown 13.17 grammes, USA Dollar 1922 VF gilded, in a mount, and USA Dollar 1986 P Statue of Liberty GVF cleaned, with loop mount at the top (£60 - £100) 811) GB and World (14) Crowns (9) 1889 GF/NVF toned, 1965 (2), 1977 (3), 1980 (2), 1981 these EF to UNC , Halfcrown 1844 Fair, World (4) USA (3) One Dollar 1890 NEF/GVF, Half Dollars (2) 1967 EF, 1968 A/UNC both with scattered toning, Jersey One Pound 1981 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Jersey EF/GEF, British War Medal 1914-1918 in silver to 3816 Pte. C.G.Chapman The Queen’s Regiment GVF cleaned (£60 - £90) 812) GB and World a mixed group, GB includes Crowns to Farthings Crowns (2) 1819 LIX, 1937, Double Florin 1889, Halfcrowns (9) 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1914, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1928, 1947 (2), Florins (15) 1921, 1928, 1929, 1933, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1942, 1946, 1950 (2), 1956, 1957, 1966, 1967, Shillings (49) 1819 a contemporary copy in brass, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1915, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1926, 1927 Second Reverse, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937S, 1938S, 1939E, 1939S, 1940S, 1942E, 1942S, 1943S (2), 1944S (2), 1945S (2), 1946E, 1946S, 1947E, 1947S, 1948E, 1948S (2), 1949E, 1949S, 1950E (2), 1950S, 1951E, 1951S, 1953E, 1959E, 1964E, 1965E, Sixpences (45) 1885, 1916, 1924 (2), 1920, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 (2), 1938, 1939 (2), 1941, 1942, 1943, 1945, 1946, 1948 (4), 1949 (2), 1950, 1951 (2), 1953, 1954 (2), 1955, 1956 (2), 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962 (2), 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, Silver Threepences (40) 1886, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1907, 1912, 1913 (2), 1914 (2), 1915, 1916 (4), 1917 (3), 1919 (3), 1920 (3), 1922 (2), 1932 (2), 1933 (2), 1935 (5), 1937 (2), 1938 (2), 1940, Brass Threepences (7) 1941 (2), 1942 (23), 1944 (2), 1952, Pennies (3) 1797 (2) 1912H, Halfpennies (9), 1699 Date in Exergue, 1799, 1806 (3), 1807 (2), 1934, Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits 1774 (2) both approaching VF, scarce thus, Farthings (32) 1694, 1773,

1774, 1806, 1873, 1884, 1905, 1911, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1931, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941 (2), 1944, 1945 (2), 1948 (2), 1949 (2), 1950, Farthing Contemporary Counterfeit (1) 1775, Third Farthing 1902, Penny Token Anglesey 1787 Fine, Medal Astor County Shooting Festival 1860 Obverse: Archer and Rifleman, Reverse a Tankard, (Good Fine), Roman bronzes (3) around Fine, World (50) Ireland (24) Penny Token 1813 J.Hilles, Dublin, Florins (2) 1962, 1964, Shillings (4) 1928, 1959, 1962, 1963, Sixpence 1939, Threepences (4) 1942, 1956, 1962 (2), Pennies (7) 1928, 1941, 1943, 1952, 1964, 1965, Halfpenny 1966, Decimal Issues (4) Fifty Pence 1970, Pennies (3) 1971 (3), France (4) 5 Francs 1867A, 2 Francs 1923, 25 Centimes 1903, 10 Centimes 1916, Russia 2 Kopeks (2) 1813, 1822, South Africa Two Shillings 1896, India (2) Quarter Anna 1835 East India Company (2), Switzerland 5 Rappen (2) 1887B, 1895B, Argentina 10 Centavos 1897, Australia Sixpence 1950, USA Dollar 1976 Bicentenary, Hong Kong One Cent 1931, Jersey 1/12th Shilling 1945 Liberation, Denmark 5 Ore 1894 (h) VBP, Germany (3) 10 Pfennig 1888A, Third Reich 10 Reichspfennigs 1943B, 5 Reichspfennigs 1940B, Belgium 5 Francs 1941 DER BELGEN legend, Austria 10 Groschen 1948, Azores 5 Reis 1901, Libya 2 Milliemes 1952, and a Fantasy Medal Bury St. Edmunds (1907) 21mm diameter in bronze, holed, in mixed circulated grades, generally in line with age (£200 - £350) 813) GB and World includes GB (6) Crown 1844 Cinquefoil stop on edge Near Fine, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head GVF, Halfpenny Evasion 1791 GULIELMUS SHAKESPEAR / BRITONS RULE Fair, Silver Threepences (2) 1915 VG, 1931 Near Fine, Brass Threepence 1949 About Fine, Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1940 Fine, Belgium 20 Francs 1935 About Fine, Egypt 5 Piastres 1917 Near Fine, GB Pre-1920 silver £0.25 face, Pre-1947 silver £0.20 face, Five Pound Crowns (2) 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding, 2005 Nelson - 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar UNC, Crowns (123) 1965 (25), 1972 (22), 1977 (74), 1980, 1981 A/UNC to UNC many in slide cases, Fifty Pences (17) 1969 (3), 1973 (9), 1978 (4), 1983 in mixed grades, some of the 1973 coins UNC, Ten Pences (23) 1968 (5), 1969 (3), 1970 (3), 1974, 1975 (4), 1976 (3), 1977, 1979, 1980 (2) in mixed circulated grades, Florins (15) 1947 (8), 1951, 1956 (2), 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965 in mixed circulated grades, Shillings (11) 1947E (4), 1947S (7), Sixpences (73) 1948 (2), 1949 (2), 1951, 1953 (4), 1954, 1955 (2), 1956 (4), 1957 (3), 1958 (6), 1959 (2), 1960 (2), 1961 (5), 1962 (12), 1963 (6), 1964 (6), 1965 (2), 1966 (11), 1967 (2) in mixed circulated grades, Brass Threepences (22) 1937 (2), 1940, 1941, 1943, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1960 (2), 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964 (2), 1967 (7) in mixed grades some of the 1967 coins UNC, Halfpennies (29) 1731, 1746, 1826, 1908, 1930, 1938, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1944 (3), 1948, 1953, 1957, 1958 (3), 1959, 1964 (3), 1965 (2), 1966, 1967 (3), in mixed circulated grades, Pennies (37) 1893, 1896, 1898 (2), 1899, 1900, 1901 (2), 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907 (2), 1908 (2), 1909 (2), 1910, 1912H, 1914, 1915, 1917, 1919, 1929, 1935, 1936, 1964 (2), 1965, 1967 (7), World Silver Minors (11) in mixed grades, Medals (2) Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 Reverse: BORN 1819 Crowned 1838 within a wreath, Near Fine in white metal, Royal Visit to Bristol 1912 35mm diameter in base metal Fair, World 19th and 20th Century in base metal (171) in mixed circulated

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grades, World Banknotes (3) USA One Dollar 1995 Fine, China - Central Bank of China 10 Yuan 1936 issue VG, Austria 20 Schilling 1956 issue Fine, USA and Canada (56) comprising USA (40) Quarter Dollars (26, all but four are State Quarters, the remainder 1970s to 1990s), Dimes (3), Five Cents (2), One Cent (9) these 1970s to 1990s issues in mixed grades to EF, Canada (16) Quarter Dollars (8), Five Cents (1), One Cent (7) 1960s to 2000s issues, in mixed grades to EF, British Caribbean Territories Ten Cents 1965 EF, Medals, Tokens and Fantasies (19) a varied group mostly modern includes Kent - Deptford 1795 DH13a William The Conqueror/Royal George, Good Fine, and some machine tokens, in mixed grades, Euro Cents 66 Cents face a mix of types, VF to EF (lot, total weight over 7 Kilos) (£200 - £400) 814) GB in an Album Halfcrowns to Farthings (492) comprising Halfcrowns (13) 1920, 1933, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960, Florins (24) 1921 (2), 1929, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, Shillings (47) 1923, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1938S, 1942E, 1944E, 1947E and 1947S to 1966E and 1966S inclusive, Sixpences (54) 1853, 1869 Die Number 15, 1875 Die Number 11, 1901, 1903, 1910, 1912, 1914, 1921 (2), 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953-1967 inclusive, Silver Threepences (61) 1861, 1864, 1866, 1874, 1878, 1883, 1884, 1886, 1888, 1889, 1890 (2), 1891, 1893 Jubilee Head, 1893 Veiled Head, 1895, 1897, 1898 (2), 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 (2), 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1925, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, Brass Threepences (27) 1937-1967 complete except for 1946 and 1949, Pennies (82) 1797 (4) dates illegible, identified by type, 1806, 1806/7 date illegible, 1931, 1854 OT, 1862, 1866 (2), 1872, 1874 (2), 1875 (2), 1876H, 1879, 1881 (2), 1885, 1886, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1912H, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916 (2), 1917, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 Halfpennies (81) 1695, 1717, George II Old Head, date illegible, 1799 (2), 1806, 1861, 1862 (2), 1867, 1870, 1874H, 1877, 1885, 1886, 1889, 1890 (2), 1891, 1892, 1893, 1897, 1899, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 Modified Effigy, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, Farthings (103) 1673, 1675 (2), 1694, 1699 Date in Exergue, George I date worn, George II Young Head, date worn, 1735, 1739, 1749, 1754 (2), 1773 (2), 1799 (4), 1806, 1823, 1831, 1834, 1835, 1837, 1839 (2), 1840, 1841, 1847, 1853 WW Raised, 1860 Beaded Border, 1861, 1862, 1865, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1873, 1875H (2), 1878, 1881H, 1884, 1886, 1890, 1895, 1896, 1899, 1900, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907,

1908, 1909, 1910, and 1911 to 1956 inclusive, in mixed circulated grades a few with lustre, many are detector finds, along with a further group (64) Halfcrown 1965, Florin 1942, Shillings (7) 1723 SSC VG/Near Fine, 1817, 1920, 1943E, 1945E, 1949E, 1963E, Sixpences (12) William III (date worn) York Mint, 1816, 1817 (2), 1818, George V worn, 1946, 1947, 1948 (2), 1949, 1956, Silver Threepence 1918, Brass Threepences (3) 1943 (2), 1966, Pennies (6) 1797, 1806, 1912H, 1918H, 1967 (2), Halfpennies (7) 1721 1 over 0, 1806, 1933, 1934, 1953, 1963, 1967, Farthings (18) 1736 (2), 1737 Small Date, 1806, 1821, 1825, 1861, 1865, 1873, 1904, 1908, 1909, 1913, 1918 (2), 1921, 1924, 1934, Half Farthing 1844, in mixed lower grades some holed. Halfpenny Token 17th Century low grade, Penny Token 19th Century Sheffield 1813 Overseers of the Poor VG, Detector Finds (35) Pennies (4) 1797 (3) only one with the date visible, identified by type, 1861, Halfpennies (20) 1720, 1724, 1739 (2), 1747, George II date worn, 1771, 1773, 1775, 1799 (2), 1806 (5), 1826, 1883, 1917, 1967, Farthings (8) 1799, 1860 Beaded Border, 1865, 1878, 1915, 1918, 1942, 1946, Ireland Halfpennies (3) George II and George III (2) all worn. Five Pound Crown 1999 Millennium, Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games, Crowns (6) 1953, 1977 (4), 1981, Decimal Five Pences (5) 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1988 in mixed circulated grades, Detector Finds - Ancients (25) mostly bronzes all in low grade, along with a Replica Denarius of Hadrian, Fantasy Triple Unite 39mm diameter weight 24.06 grammes of good style in silver?, GB and World mostly 19th and 20th Century base metal issues, some earlier, including some medallic, tokens, and jetons (229) in mixed grades, with many detector finds (£250 - £500) 815) George V Proof Issues 1911 (4) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 nFDC with minor contact marks and hairlines, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a bead nFDC, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, nFDC with a tone spot on the obverse, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, nFDC with minor hairlines, a nicely matched group with deep and attractive toning (£600 - £800) 816) George V Proof Issues 1911 (4) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 nFDC, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a bead UNC with some hairlines, retaining some brilliance, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, UNC retaining some brilliance, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, UNC with some hairlines, all nicely matched with light toning (£700 - £800) 817) George V Proof Issues 1911 (4) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 UNC with some hairlines, retaining much original mint brilliance, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731 dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, UNC with some lustre, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800 UNC and lustrous with some hairlines, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, UNC and lustrous with some hairlines (£600 - £700) 818) George V Proof Issues 1911 (4) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 UNC/nFDC colourfully toned, the obverse with some contact marks, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731 dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, UNC/nFDC the obverse with some hairlines, the reverse

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retaining much original mint brilliance, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, nFDC with some light contact marks, lightly toned, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, nFDC lightly toned, the reverse with some small spots (£700 - £800) 819) George V Proof issues 1927 (5) Halfcrown 1927 Proof ESC 776, Bull 3732 nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 90, Florin 1927 Proof ESC 947, Bull 3779 nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 90, Shilling 1927 Proof ESC 1440, Bull 3830 nFDC with golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 94, Sixpence 1927 Proof ESC 1816, (Not in Bull) nFDC toned in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 90, Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141, Bull 3946 nFDC toned in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£450 - £550) 820) Groat 1836 D: G: ESC 1918, Bull 2515, Davies 380 dies 1A, EF toned, Silver Threepences (7) 1883 ESC 2090, Bull 3430 UNC and colourfully toned, 1887 Young Head ESC 2094, Bull 3434 Lustrous UNC, 1901 ESC 2113, Bull 3454 AU/GEF with small edge nicks, 1902 ESC 2114, Bull 3617 EF, 1938 ESC 2152, Bull 4279 A/UNC, 1939 ESC 2153, Bull 4282 A/ UNC, 1941 ESC 2155, Bull 4288 UNC, Threehalfpence 1834 ESC 2250, Bull 2539 VF/GVF (£75 - £125) 821) Groats (2) 1844 ESC 1939, Bull 3336 GVF/VF, 1888 ESC 1956, Bull 3359 GF/NVF, Threepence 1844 ESC 2054, Bull 3370 NVF, Threehalfpences (3) 1836 ESC 2252, Bull 2543 GF/NVF, 1841 ESC 2257, Bull 3466 NEF/GVF the obverse with some surface residue, 1860 ESC 2260, Bull 3472 VF, Third Farthings 1902 Peck 2241 (2) NVF and VF (£30 - £50) 822) Guineas (5) 1782 S.3728 Fine, 1788 S.3729 Fine, 1793 S.3729 (3) VG and VG/Fine (2) all Ex-Jewellery (£2,000 £2,500)

824) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 GVF, Shillings (2) 1834 ESC 1268, Bull 2489 About EF/NEF nicely toned, 1835 ESC 1271, Bull 2492 NEF/GVF, Sixpence 1831 ESC 1670, Bull 2499 VF (£100 - £150) 825) Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719, Bull 2771, Davies 641 dies 2A, GVF, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head, Small J in J.E.B. ESC 868, Bull 2953, Davies 811 dies 2A, GVF/NEF, Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137, Davies 982 dies 1C NEF toned, Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee S.L10 Lustrous UNC (£40 - £75) 826) Halfcrown 1896 ESC 730, Bull 2782, Davies 669 dies 2B VF, Shillings (2) 1875 ESC 1327, Bull 3045, Die Number 67 About EF/EF, 1895 ESC 1364A, Bull 3160, NEF/EF the obverse with some contact marks (£60 - £100) 827) Halfcrown 1898 ESC 732, Bull 2784 EF with a small tone spot on BRITT, Crowns (3) 1935 ESC 375, Bull 3651 (2) both GEF one lightly toned, 1937 ESC 392, Bull 4020 A/UNC, Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 dies 17+S, GEF with some lustre (£50 - £100) 828) Halfcrown 1909 VG, Penny 1831 EF/Near EF, 1853 Ornamental Trident NVF, Halfpennies (2) 1799 6 Raised Gunports NEF, 1806 Fine/Good Fine with some scratches, Farthing 1861 NVF/Good Fine (£50 - £100) 829) Halfcrowns (13) 1942 (2) NEF and EF, 1944 NEF, 1945 NEF, 1947 (2) VF and NEF, 1948 (2) Fine and NEF, 1949 (2) A/ UNC toned and GVF, 1950 (2) Fine and VF, 1951 GVF, Florins (7) 1929 Fine/Good Fine, 1937 VF, 1939 VF/EF, 1940 EF/ GEF and lustrous, 1943 (2) NEF/EF and Lustrous EF/AU, 1945 GEF/AU and lustrous, Shillings (23) 1929 GVF/EF and lustrous, 1931 EF and lustrous, 1932 (2) Good Fine and Fine, 1933 NVF, 1934 NEF, 1939S NEF/EF, 1940S GVF/ NEF, 1942S, GVF, 1943S AU/UNC, 1944E (2) VF/NEF and EF, 1944S A/UNC and lustrous, 1945E NEF/EF, 1945S EF, 1946S Lustrous EF, 1948E (2) both Fine, 1948S (2) both Fine, 1949E (2) Fine and A/UNC, 1951S Fine, Sixpences (5) 1943 UNC and lustrous with some toning, 1944 VF/GVF, 1945 EF, 1946 (2) NEF and About UNC, along with a group of 1937 Coinage (32) comprising Crown (1), Halfcrown (1), Florin (1), Sixpence (1), Silver Threepences (5), Brass Threepences (6), Pennies (6), Halfpennies (5) and Farthings (6), the Crown VG, the others EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£40 - £80) 830) Halfcrowns (24) 1958 (19) NEF to EF, 1959 (5) GVF to EF, Florins (50) 1954 (2), 1955 (2), 1956 (1), 1957 (29), 1958 (14), 1959 (2) NEF to GEF (£50 - £100) 831) Halfcrowns (3) 1820 ESC 628, Bull 2357 George IV VG, 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719, Bull 2771 (2) NEF and EF both brushed on the obverse (£30 - £60)

823) Half Sovereigns 1908 (2) set in cufflinks, glass cover over the facing obverse of each coin 9 carat mount and cufflinks total weight 18 grams, comes in a presentation case (£300 - £400)

832) Halfcrowns (3) 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719, Bull 2771, Davies 641 dies 2A, EF cleaned, 1889 ESC 722, Bull 2774, Davies 647 dies 3C, EF brushed, 1915 ESC 762, Bull 3714 A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£50 - £75) 833) Halfcrowns (6) 1893 Davies 660 dies 1A Good Fine, 1894 Davies 665 dies 2B Good Fine, 1895 Davies 667 dies 2B Fine, toned, 1896 Davies 669 dies 2B Good Fine, 1899 Bright NVF/VF, 1901 VF (£50 - £100)

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834) Halfcrowns to Sixpences (6) Halfcrown 1708E SEPTIMO edge with Z-shaped 1 in the date ESC 577 VG, the reverse a little better, Shillings (4) 1696 First Bust, ESC 1078, Bull 1104, Near Fine/VG with some haymarking, 1711 Fourth Bust ESC 1158, Bull 1408 Good Fine, 1723 SSC Second Bust ESC 1178, Bull 1591 VG/Fine, 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 Fine, Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns. ESC 1533, Bull 1202 VG/Near Fine (£125 - £175) 835) Halfcrowns to Sixpences in silver (29) George VI issues comprising Halfcrowns (3) 1943, 1944, 1945, Florins (3) 1937, 1941, 1943, Shillings (21) 1937E, 1939S, 1940E, 1942E, 1942S, 1943S, 1944E (3), 1944S, 1945E (5), 1945S(2), 1946E (2), 1946S, Sixpences (2) 1943, 1946 NEF to UNC the vast majority with lustre (£65 - £85) 836) Halfcrowns to Threepences (280) comprising Halfcrowns (80) 1887 Jubilee Head (6) Davies 840 dies 1A(4), Davies 841 dies 2A (2), 1888 Davies 642 dies 2A, 1889 Davies 647 dies 3C (5), 1890 Davies 648 dies 3C (2), 1891 Davies 649 dies 3C, 1892 Davies 650 dies 3C (3), 1893 Davies 660 dies 1A (2), 1895 Davies 667 dies 2B (2), 1896 Davies 668 dies 2A, 1896 Davies 669 (3), 1897 Davies 670 dies 2B (3), 1898 Davies 671 dies 2B (6), 1899 Davies 672 dies 2B (3), 1900 Davies 673 dies 2B (2), 1901 Davies 674 dies 2B (5), 1904 Davies 1512, 1906 Davies 1514 (3), 1909 Davies 1517, 1911 Davies 1660 (2), 1912 Davies 1662 (2), 1913 Davies 1663 (2), 1914 Davies 1664 (4), 1915 Davies 1665 (3), 1916 Davies 1666, 1918 Davies 1668 (10), 1919 Davies 1670 (3), Florins (50) 1887 Jubilee Head (9) Davies 810 dies 1A (6), Davies 811 dies 2A (3), 1889 Davies 814 dies 3B, 1889 Davies 814a Dies 3A - Harp’s cross to space, date’s cross to bead (2), Rare, 1889 Davies 815 dies 3C, 1893 Davies 830 dies 1A, 1895 Davies 838 dies 2A, 1896 Davies 840 dies 1A, Rare, 1896 Davies 842 dies 2A (3), Rare, 1899 Davies 846 dies 2B, 1900 Davies 847 dies 2B (2), 1901 Davies 848 dies 2B, 1907 Davies 1535 dies 1C, 1911 Davies 1730 Hollow neck dies 1A, 1911 Davies 1731 Full neck, dies 2A (3), 1912 Davies 1732 dies 2B (3), 1913 Davies 1733 dies 2C (2), 1914 Davies 1735 dies 2C (3), 1918 Davies 1741 dies 2E (10), 1918 Smaller Reverse design with thick rim, 8 points to a space, Rare, 1919 Davies 1743 dies 2E (3), Shillings (80) 1879 No Die Number Davies 911 dies 6B (2), 1879 No Die Number Davies 912 dies 7C (2), 1884 Davies 921 dies 7D, 1885 Davies 923 dies 7F, 1887 Jubilee Head (15) Davies 980 dies 1A (3), Davies 981 dies 1B (4), Davies 982 dies 1C (8), 1888 8 over 7 Davies 983 dies 1C (3), 1889 Small Jubilee Head Davies 984 dies 1C, Rare, 1889 Small Jubilee Head Davies 985 dies 1D, 1889 Large Jubilee Head Obverse 2 Reverse C Davies 986a - a recently discovered die pairing, 1889 Large Jubilee Head Davies 987 dies 3D, 1892 Davies 990 dies 3D, 1893 Small Letters Davies 1010 dies 1A (3), 1893 Small Letters Davies 1010a dies 1C (not in the Davies book) (2), 1893 Large Letters Davies 1011 dies 2A, 1893 Large Letters Davies 1011A dies 2C (not in the Davies book) (2), 1894 Davies 1013 dies 1B (2), Rare, 1894 Davies 1014 dies 2A (3) scarce, 1894 Davies 1015 dies 2B, 1894 Davies 1015a dies 2C (not in the Davies book) Rare, 1896 Small Rose with line Davies 1019 dies 2C (2), 1896 Davies 1020 dies 2D (2), 1897 Davies 1021 dies 2D, 1898 Davies 1022 dies 2D, 1899 Davies 1023 dies 2D (3), 1900 Davies 1024 dies 2D (3), 1901 Davies 1025 dies 2D (2), 1903 Davies 1551 dies 1A (4),1904 Davies 1552 dies 1A, 1906 Davies 1556 dies 1A (2, one gilded), 1906 Davies 1557 dies 2A (2), scarce, 1910 Davies 1561 dies 2A (2), 1912 Davies 1796 dies 3B, 1914 Davies 1797 dies 3B (2), 1915 Davies

1798 dies 3B (2), 1918 Davies 1801 dies 3B (3), Sixpences (40) 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type Davies 1151 dies 2A (6), 1889 Davies 1165a Obverse 1 Reverse A (2), 1889 Davies 1165B Joined leaf, 1889 Davies 1165c Obverse 2 Reverse C (2), Rare, 1889 Davies 1165d Obverse 2, Reverse D (3), Rare, 1893 Veiled Head Davies 1180 dies 1A, 1900 Davies 1188 dies 2B, 1906 Davies 1574 dies 1A, 1909 Davies 1577 dies 1A, 1911 Davies 1862 dies 2A (3) scarce, 1911 no curl at base of mane Davies 1862a Obverse 2 Reverse Aa, 1911 Davies 1863 dies 2B (10), 1912 Davies 1864 dies 2B, 1914 Davies 1866 dies 2B, 1916 Davies 1868 dies 2B (2), 1917 Davies 1869 dies 2B, 1918 Davies 1870 dies 2B, 1919 Davies 1871 dies 2B, 1919 Davies 1871a Smaller Reverse legend, Threepences (30) 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 1331 dies 2A, 1890 Davies 1341 dies 3A (2), 1891 Davies 1342 dies 3A, 1896 Davies 1355 dies 2A, 1904 Davies 1592 dies 1A, 1904 Davies 1594 dies 2A, 1905 Davies 1597 dies 2B, 1910 Davies 1603 dies 1B, 1911 Davies 1920 dies 1A, 1911 Davies 1921 dies 2a (7), 1911 Davies 1923 dies 2B, Rare, 1912 Davies 1924 dies 2B, 1913 Davies 25 dies 2B (2), 1914 Davies 1926 dies 2B, 1916 Davies 1929 dies 2B (3), 1917 Davies 1930 dies 2B (2), 1918 Davies 1931 dies 3C, 1919 Davies 1932 dies 3B, 1920 Davies 1934 dies 3C, many rarities included, in mixed grades, many VG to Good Fine, some later dates or commoner types NVF to NEF (£2,400 - £2,800) 837) Halfcrowns, Cupro-Nickel issues £70 face, in mixed circulated grades (£70 - £90) 838) Halfpennies (10) 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 VF/ NVF with some contact marks, 1806 3 Berries, Peck 1377 Fine, once cleaned, 1807 Peck 1378 Fine/VG, 1837 Small 7 over Large 7 as Peck 1465 Good Fine, 1838 Peck 1522 Fine, 1853 Peck 1539 VF, 1854 Peck 1542 GVF, 1855 Peck 1543 Good Fine, lightly cleaned, 1858 Peck 1549 NVF, 1887 Freeman358 dies 17+S Fine/Good Fine (£50 - £75) 839) Halfpennies (3) 1855 Peck 1543 GVF/NEF, 1858 the 8 overstruck, 858 closely spaced, the underlying figure unclear, visible to the left centre of the second 8 but different to the 8 over 6 type, NEF, 1858 the 8 overstruck the underlying figure unclear, visible on both at the centre of the second 8, the date digits evenly spaced, again different to the 8 over 6 type, VF with graffiti in the reverse fields (£25 - £75) 840) Halfpennies (4) 1694 Peck 602 (2) both VG, 1773 Peck 904 VG cleaned, 1753 Peck 883 Fine/Near Fine, cleaned (£50 - £75) 841) Halfpennies (4) 1772 Reverse A, Peck 899 NVF/Good Fine with some thin scratches, 1773 Reverse B Peck 904 Good Fine, 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 NEF toned, 1806 3 Berries Peck 1377 VF (£60 - £80) 842) Halfpennies (4) 1826 NEF with a few small spots, 1827 NVF, 1831 GVF, 1855 EF with traces of lustre and a few tiny spots (£75 - £150) 843) Halfpennies (8) 1673 or 5 the final digit of the date unclear, 1696 Peck 641 VG struck slightly off-centre, 1699 Date in Exergue Peck 687, 1717 Peck 768 Fair, 1724 Peck 806 VG, 1734 Peck 847 VG, 1749 Peck 889 VG, 1843 Peck 1527 VG (£50 - £100)

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844) Halfpennies (8) 1843 Peck 1527 VF, 1854 Peck 1542 GEF, 1855 Peck 1543 GVF/NEF, 1857 Reverse A Peck 1546 NEF, 1885 Freeman 354 dies 17+S GVF, 1893 Freeman 368 dies 17+S VF/NEF, 1900 Freeman 377 dies 1+B NEF, 1901 Freeman 378 dies 1+B GEF/AU with lustre, many with surface vinyl residue this possibly removable with care (£40 - £80) 845) Halfpennies (9) 1744 Fine, pitted, 1745 Fine or better, 1746 Fine, cleaned, 1748 VG, 1752 Near Fine, 1770 Fine, 1771 Ball below spear head, GF/VF the obverse pitted, 1772 Fine, pitted, 1773 Good Fine, the obverse weak in the centre, Contemporary Counterfeits (2) 1774 Fine, 1775 About Fine (£75 - £150) 846) Halfpennies George III Contemporary Counterfeits 1775 (2) both clear Fine and of good style, Evasion Halfpenny undated Obverse: Bust left, COLONEL KIRK, Reverse: Britannia seated left BRITON’S HAPPY ISLE Coleman EH60, VG/Near Fine with some thin scratches, Engraved Halfpenny Obv: Female seated under a tree/Rev: Male and Female figures within an inner circle MC TP , outside the inner circle, an ornate wavy pattern, Fine (£50 - £100) 847) Halfpennies in Whitman folders 1860-1901, 1902-1936, and 1937-1967 (138), includes 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A VG/Near Fine, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 261 dies 2+B (R12), Fine, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 268 dies 5+B (R16) VF/GVF, 1861 Freeman 282 dies 7+G Good Fine, 1861 Freeman 279 dies 7+F (R12) VG, 1862 Freeman 282 dies 7+G (2) the first AU/GEF with traces of lustre, the second EF with traces of lustre, 1863 Large upper section to 3 Freeman 292 dies 7+G, EF/VF, 1864 Freeman 295 dies 7+G GF/VF, 1865 5 over 3 Freeman 297 dies 7+G Fine, 1866 Freeman 298 dies 7+G VG, 1867 Freeman 300 dies 7+G NEF, 1868 Freeman 303 dies 7+G Good Fine, 1869 freeman 306 dies 7+G Good Fine, 1870 Freeman 307 dies 7+G Fine, the reverse slightly better, 1871 Freeman 308 dies 7+G VF Rare, 1872 Freeman 309 dies 7+G About Fine, 1873 Freeman 310 dies 7+G GF/NVF, 1874 Freeman 315 dies 9+I (R14), VG with graffiti on the reverse, 1874H Freeman 318 dies 10+J (2) the first VG, the second Fine, slightly porous, 1875 Freeman 321 dies 11+J About Fine, 1875H Freeman 323 dies 13+K) (£300 - £400) 848) INA Retro Fantasy Crowns (11) George III undated, Reverse: Three Graces (7) Obverse: Laureate Bust of George III right GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA Reverse : The iconic Three Graces design, all plain edged, One in silver, three are Piedforts, these in Copper, Golden Alloy and Silver Coated base metal, lustrous UNC with light toning, Edward VIII (4) 1936 Obverse: Metcalfe Head right, with date at the end of the legend, Reverse: George and the Dragon, milled edge, 1937 (3) the first with Obverse: Metcalfe Head right, with date at the end of the legend, Reverse: George and the Dragon with ‘model’ in Gothic script in the exergue, plain edge. The second with Obverse: Metcalfe Head right, with date at the end of the legend, Reverse: Shield in Garter, in the style of the Edward VII and George V Halfcrown reverse, milled edge, the third with Obverse: Golder head left with date in right field, Reverse: George and the Dragon, milled edge, UNC and lustrous (£20 - £40)

849) Pennies (13) 1806 Fine, the reverse with some scratches, 1807 Near Fine, 1826 Reverse A Good Fine, 1841 REG No Colon, Near Fine/About Fine, 1844 Fine, 1851 DEF Far Colon, with no serifs to B of BRITANNIAR, unlisted by Peck or Bramah, NVF/Good Fine, lightly cleaned, 1853 Ornamental Trident VF with some contact marks, 1853 Ornamental Trident, Italic 5 About VF, 1854 Plain Trident NVF/Good Fine, 1855 Ornamental Trident, Fine, once cleaned, 1863 About Fine, 1889 VG, 1892 Near Fine (£110 - £140) 850) Pennies (2) 1858 W.W. on truncation Peck 1517 NEF with a few small spots, 1901 Freeman 154 dies 1+B A/UNC with some lustre, Halfpenny 1855 Peck 1543 A/UNC and nicely toned with a small spot in the obverse field, Farthings (3) 1825 Obverse 1, Peck 1414 NEF the reverse with some spots, 1826 First Reverse Peck 1416 EF/GEF with traces of lustre (£50 - £75) 851) Pennies (2) 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, 1930 Freeman 203 dies 5+C UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£200 - £240) 852) Pennies (3) 1890 GEF and lustrous, 1898 AU/UNC with subdued lustre, 1929 UNC with subdued lustre, the reverse with minor cabinet friction, Farthings (2) 1799 GEF, 1826 Bare Head NEF, Half Farthings 1844 (3) EF and Fine (2) the letter two with surface marks and scratches (£60 - £120) 853) Pennies (4) 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 VF the reverse with some small spots, 1826 Reverse A, Peck 1422 VF or slightly better with some edge nicks, 1831 Peck 1455 NVF with some surface dirt, this possibly removable with care, 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 About VF/VF (£100 - £200) 854) Pennies (4) 1806 No Incuse Curl Peck 1342 Fine, 1807 (3) Peck 1344 all around Fine, Halfpennies (20) 1730 Peck 836 Near Fine, 1732 Peck 842 Fine with some verdigris, 1733 Peck 845 VG, 1734 Peck 847 VG/Near Fine, 1770 Peck 893 Fine, 1771 Ball below spear blade, Peck 898 Fine or slightly better, 1772 Reverse A, Peck 899 VG, 1806 3 Berries Peck 1377 Good Fine, 1807 Peck 1378 (2) VF and Fine, 1837 Small 7 over Large 7 as Peck 1465 Good Fine, 1856 Peck 1544 Fine, 1863 Small upper section to 3 Freeman 294 dies 7+G Good Fine, 1887 Freeman 358 dies 17+S VF, 1889 Freeman 360 dies 17+S Fine/Good Fine, 1892 Freeman 366 dies 17+S Fine/Good Fine, 1896 Freeman 371 dies 1+A Fine/Good Fine, 1900 Freeman 377 dies 1+B VG, 1901 Freeman 378 dies 1+B (2) both VF and cleaned (£35 - £65) 855) Pennies (4) 1807 Peck Good Fine, 1856 Plain Trident with small date Peck 1610 VG with some verdigris a rare date, 1858 W.W on truncation Peck 1517 GVF/VF, 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G VF with green patina (£60 - £90) 856) Pennies (4) 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 NEF/GVF with some edge bruises, 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 NVF with edge knocks, 1857 Plain Trident Peck 1514 GVF/VF with some spots, 1858 W.W.on truncation, GVF with some small spots (£100 - £150)

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857) Pennies (4) 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 NEF with traces of lustre, the reverse with some spots, 1854 Ornamental Trident Peck 1507 GVF, 1915 Freeman 179 dies 2+B EF/NEF with traces of lustre, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B GVF with traces of lustre, Halfpennies (2) 1853 Peck 1539 EF with traces of lustre, 1854 Peck 1542 EF with traces of lustre (£30 - £60) 858) Pennies (5) 1909 Freeman 168 dies 2+D, UNC or near so with good lustre, 1913 Freeman 174 dies 1+A GEF/AU and lustrous, the obverse with traces od old lacquer, 1914 Freeman 178 dies 2+B GEF and lustrous, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B (2) the first AU/GEF and lustrous with some light surface residue, the second GEF with some lustre (£30 - £60) 859) Pennies (5) 1911 Freeman 171 dies 1+A, UNC and lustrous, 1916 Freeman 180 dies 2+B Recessed Ear variety, Lustrous A/UNC, 1917 Freeman 181 dies 2+B, UNC/AU and lustrous, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B (2) the first EF/AU and lustrous, the second EF/GEF and lustrous, the first four with traces of old lacquering (£30 - £60) 860) Pennies (6) 1855 Plain Trident Peck 1509 VF, 1858 No WW, date double struck, as Peck 1518 VF, 1858 8 over 3, recent research suggests these may be 8 over 2, the type confirmed by the presence of the die crack through the base of the four digits, Peck 1515 VF, 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N NEF/EF with a trace of lustre, 1894 Freeman 138 dies 12+N NEF/EF cleaned, retaining some lustre, 1901 Freeman 154 dies 1+B UNC with traces of lustre (£60 £100) 861) Pennies (7) 1825 Peck 1420 VF, 1831 Peck 1455 VF with some old scratches and a small stain, 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 GVF/VF the obverse lightly cleaned, 1848 Plain 8 Peck 1496 VF cleaned, 1855 Ornamental Trident Peck 1508 VF/NEF with red tone, 1856 Plain Trident, Small Date Peck 1610 approaching Fine with some edge bruises, 1858 No WW on truncation GVF (£200 - £350) 862) Pennies (8) 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 GF/NVF, 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 Fine, 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 NEF, 1844 DF.F for DEF Peck 1487, Bramah 4a, VF/NVF, 1848 Plain date, Peck 1496 Fine/Good Fine with pitted surfaces and some verdigris, 1854 Plain Trident Peck 1506 NEF/GVF the reverse with some thin scratches, 1857 Plain Trident Peck 1514 VF/NVF the reverse with some spots, 1858 No WW Peck 1518 NEF with some contact marks, all with some surface vinyl residue this possibly removable with care (£50 - £100) 863) Pennies (8) 1853 Ornamental Trident (7), 1854 Plain Trident GVF to EF some with spots (£75 - £125) 864) Pennies (8) 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 EF/NEF, 1898 Freeman 149 dies 1+B A/UNC with traces of lustre, 1899 Freeman 150 dies 1+B AU/UNC with some lustre, 1900 Freeman 153 dies 1+B UNC with around 70% lustre, 1901 Freeman 154 dies 1+B UNC with some lustre, 1907 Freeman 163 dies 1+C GEF and lustrous with a little surface residue, 1918 Freeman 182 dies 2+B GEF with some lustre and some surface residue, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B GEF and lustrous (£50 - £75)

865) Pennies (8) 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 NEF with traces of lustre, 1854 Plain Trident NEF with traces of lustre, 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 dies 1+B Lustrous UNC, 1903 Freeman 158 dies 1+B UNC/AU and lustrous, 1908 Freeman 166 dies 2+D NEF with traces of lustre, 1910 Freeman 170 dies 2+E NEF, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B (2) the first GEF and lustrous, the second GVF/NEF with traces of lustre (£50 - £100) 866) Pennies (8) 1858 8 over 7 Peck 1516 NEF with a trace of lustre, 1886 Freeman 123 dies 12+N GEF/AU with a small spot in the legend, 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N About EF/EF, 1901 Freeman 154 dies 1+B (2) both UNC with lustre, 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 dies 1+B GEF/UNC the reverse with good lustre, 1905 Freeman 161 dies 1+C GEF with good lustre, a little subdued on the obverse, 1907 Freeman 163 dies1+C AU/UNC and lustrous with a spot on Britannia’s left wrist (£100 - £175) 867) Pennies Edward VII (195) in mixed circulated grades (£50 - £75) 868) Pennies Edward VII (500) in mixed circulated grades (£130 - £160) 869) Pennies Edward VII (500) in mixed circulated grades (£130 - £160) 870) Pennies Victoria Veiled Head (326) in mixed circulated grades (£100 - £120) 871) Pennies Victoria Veiled Head (500) in mixed circulated grades (£150 - £200) 872) Pennies Victoria Veiled Head (500) in mixed circulated grades (£150 - £200) 873) Pre-1920 silver £22.97 1/2 face, comprising Crown 1899 LXI, Halfcrowns (132) 1883 (1), 1884 (1), 1887 Jubilee Head (1),1889 (1), 1902 (1), 1906 (1), 1909 (1), 1912 (6), 1914 (15), 1915 (35), 1916 (29), 1917 (10), 1918 (28), 1919 (2), Florins (46) 1873 (1), 1883 (3), 1885 (1), 1887 Gothic (1), 1887 Jubilee Head (1), 1888 (2), 1889 (1), 1893 (1), 1895 (1), 1897 (2), 1898 (1), 1901 (1), Edward VII with worn dates (7), 1907 (1), 1910 (1), 1914 (7), 1915 (4), 1916 (5), 1917 (1), 1918 (2), 1919 (2), Shillings (19) 1855, 1881, 1887 Jubilee Head (2 one holed), 1891 (1), 1893 (2), 1894 (1), 1895 (1), 1900 (2), Veiled Head with date worn (1), 1902 (1), 1907 (2), 1910 (2), 1912 (1), 1917 (1), Sixpences (16) 1868 (1), 1887 Jubilee Head (1), 1889 (2), 1896 (1), 1899 (2), Veiled Head dates worn (4), 1902 (1), 1908 (1), 1910 (3), Silver Threepences (23) 1886 (1), 1890 (1), 1901 (2), 1902 (1), 1909 (1), 1912 (1), 1913 (2), 1915 (1), 1916 (3), 1917 (2), 1918 (5), 1919 (3), Pre-1947 silver £13.47 face, comprising Crown (1) 1935, Halfcrowns (145) 1920 (52), 1921 (31), 1922 (21), 1923 (10), 1924 (6), 1926 (4), 1927 (4), 1931 (1), 1933 (1), 1942 (1), 1944 (1), 1945 (8), 1946 (5), Florins (46) 1920 (3), 1921 (13), 1922 (9), 1923 (3), 1924 (1), 1926 (1), 1931 (2), 1936 (1), 1939 (1), 1941 (1), 1944 (2), 1945 (7), 1946 (2), Shillings (3) 1920 (1), 1921 (1), 1939S (1), Sixpences (2) 1924 (1), 1938 (1), Silver Threepences (25) 1920 (2), 1921 (3), 1931 (1), 1932 (1), 1933 (4), 1934 (2), 1935 (3), 1936 (3), 1937 (2), 1940 (4) in mixed circulated grades, along with Decimal Two Pounds

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(27) 1986 Commonwealth Games (12), 1989 Claim of Right (1), 1989 Bill of Rights (12), 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England (2), a further group of Two Pounds Bimetallic issues (21), Fifty Pences a good mix of types (33), these in mixed grades with some lustrous EF, World a small group (4) Newfoundland 50 Cents Victoria Young Head date and reverse worn, Canada Cent 1950 Good Fine, Guernsey Two Pence 1971 VF, Spain 10 Centimos 1870 Fair, along with a further group of GB base metal Halfcrowns to Farthings comprising Halfcrown (1), Florin (1), Sixpences (34), Brass Threepences (49), Pennies (88), Halfpennies (13), Farthings (15), mostly George V or later issues, in mixed circulated grades, also Decimal Penny (1) VF with a large almost circular dent on the obverse and Decimal Halfpennies (4), in mixed grades VF to EF. The Great Britain Sterling collection comprising Banknotes (2) One Pound O’Brien 54J 194242, and Ten Shillings Fforde 09Y 036631 along with Halfcrown 1950, Florin 1965, Shilling 1955S, Sixpence 1955, Brass Threepence 1942, Penny 1912H, Halfpenny 1951 and Farthing 1920 all in a glass photo frame on a card mount (£1,800 - £2,400) 874) Pre-1947 silver £0.85 face in mixed circulated grades, Halfcrown 1890 VG, Silver Threepence 1902 VG, Plastic Set 1953 (9 coins) UNC, Crowns (17) 1953 (2), 1965 (3), 1972 (2), 1977 (5), 1981 (5) EF to UNC, Pre-Decimal Base metal issues Florins (3), Shillings (6), Sixpences (11), Brass Threepences (20), Pennies (265), Halfpennies (83), Farthings (10), in mixed circulated grades some later issues UNC and lustrous, Decimal 50p (11), 20p (5), 10p (2), 5p (6), 2p (19), 1p (86), Halfpenny (149) in mixed grades to UNC, Ireland Ten Shillings 1966 Pearce EF, Medal First World War to Pte. Thomas Doran 370150 with silver religious medal attached to the ribbon, World 20th Century issues in base metal (72) includes France, Switzerland, Italy, Ireland and more, in mixed grades, along with a small group of World Banknotes (5), in mixed lower grades (£35 - £70)

Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020 nFDC to FDC and nicely toned, the Maundy Penny with a small edge bruise, uncased (£1,100 - £1,400)

878) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020 nFDC to FDC and attractively toned, the Maundy Penny with an edge nick, uncased (£1,100 - £1,400)

875) Pre-1947 Silver £1.42 1/2 face, Pre-1920 silver £0.50 face, Silver Threepences (5) 1918, 1920 (2), 1921, 1933 VG to NVF, Halfcrown 1826 Near Fine/Fine pitted, Twopence 1797 Fair, Farthing 1673 Fair along with a group of PreDecimal base metal coinage (42) 19th and 20th Century, a Gaming counter George III Half Guinea-sized 1795 Fine, and World (4) Hong Kong Ten Cents 1950 About Fine/Fine, Penny New Zealand 1944, Jersey 1/12th Shilling 1945 VF, Jersey Ten Pence 1992 NEF (£75 - £125) 876) Proof issues (7) Threepences (2) 1902 Matt Proof ESC 2115, Bull 3618 UNC with some toning and a hint of cabinet friction on the reverse, 1911 Proof ESC 2125, Bull 3927 About FDC with a hint of gold tone, Halfcrown 1953 Proof ESC 798H, Bull 4350 nFDC with some toning, Penny 1953 Proof Freeman 246 dies 1+B UNC and lustrous, Halfpenny 1950 Proof Freeman 458 dies 2+O nFDC, Farthings (2) 1951 Freeman 657 dies 2+A nFDC, 1953 Freeman 664 dies 2+B nFDC toned retaining some lustre (£40 - £80) 877) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy

879) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, nFDC to FDC nicely toned, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

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880) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, the Shilling with a small contact mark, the Maundy Penny with a gentle edge bruise, overall nFDC to FDC and nicely toned, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

881) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, the Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling and Sixpence colourfully toned, the Maundy with an attractive and matching tone, nFDC with the odd tiny nick, the Shilling with very light friction to the highest points, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

882) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, the Maundy Penny with small rim nicks, nFDC to FDC and nicely matched, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

883) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, the Maundy Penny with tiny rim nicks, nFDC with the odd tiny nick, overall with a colourful and attractive matching tone and much eye appeal, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

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888) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown to Maundy Set UNC to nFDC toned, retaining some underlying brilliance, the Shilling with some scratches on the obverse, uncased (£800 - £1,000)

884) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, the Halfcrown and Florin with light hairlines, nFDC and nicely toned, uncased (£900 - £1,100)

889) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown to Maundy Set UNC to nFDC with an attractive and matching tone, the Florin, Maundy Twopence and Penny each with very small edge nicks, uncased (£800 - £1,000)

885) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, UNC to nFDC with a few small nicks and minor hairlines, uncased (£900 - £1,100) 886) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, UNC to nFDC with a few small nicks and minor hairlines, the Maundy Penny with a heavy edge knock, UNC to nFDC with minor hairlines, a little unevenly toned, uncased (£800 - £1,000) 887) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, UNC to nFDC toned, the Halfcrown with a small spot on the obverse, the Sixpence with some contact marks, uncased (£800 - £1,000)

890) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) Halfcrown to Maundy Set UNC to nFDC with attractive matching tone, the Halfcrown with two small spots on the obverse, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

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891) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) in LCGS holders comprising Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 nFDC attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 91, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, nFDC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P, nFDC and deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872 nFDC and colourfully toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Maundy Fourpence 1911 S.4017 Proof nFDC slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018 nFDC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019, nFDC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020, nFDC with a deep and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£1,100 - £1,300)

892) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) in LCGS holders comprising Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 nFDC richly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 91, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, nFDC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P nFDC and colourfully toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, slabbed and graded LCGS 90, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017 nFDC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018 nFDC slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019 nFDC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£1,100 - £1,300)

893) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) in NGC and PCGS holders comprising Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 slabbed and graded NGC PF65, Florin 1911 Proof ESC 930, Bull3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, slabbed and graded NGC PF63, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P slabbed and graded NGC PF64, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872 slabbed and graded PCGS PR64, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017 slabbed and graded NGC PF64, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018 slabbed and graded NGC PF63, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019 slabbed and graded NGC PF64, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020 slabbed and graded NGC PF63 (£1,100 - £1,400)

894) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) in NGC holders comprising Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 slabbed and graded PF62, Florin 1911 ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, slabbed and graded PF62, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P slabbed and graded PF62, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796 ESC 1796, Bull 3872, slabbed and graded PF62, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof S.4017 slabbed and graded NGC PF62, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018 slabbed and graded PF62, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019 slabbed and graded PF61, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020 slabbed and graded PF62, a nicely matched group (£1,000 - £1,200)

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895) Proof Set 1911 (8 coins) in PCGS holders comprising Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 slabbed and graded PR61, Florin Proof 1911 ESC 930, Bull 3756, Davies 1731P, dies 2A, I of GEORGIVS points to a space, slabbed and graded PR61, Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792P, slabbed and graded PR62, Sixpence 1911 Proof ESC 1796, Bull 3872, slabbed and graded PR61, Maundy Fourpence 1911 Proof, S.4017 slabbed and graded PR65, Maundy Threepence 1911 Proof S.4018 slabbed and graded PR65, Maundy Twopence 1911 Proof S.4019 slabbed and graded PR65, Maundy Penny 1911 Proof S.4020 slabbed and graded PR65 (£1,000 - £1,200)

1773 Obverse 1 Peck 911 Good Fine, along with a gaming counter 1798 ‘Spade Guinea’ type reverse 4.16 grammes Good Fine (£10 - £20) 900) Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588, nFDC with multicoloured pastel tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786, Bull 3698 Toned UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£80 £100) 901) Shillings (10) 1911 NEF/EF, 1912 GVF, 1913 NEF Scarce, 1914 NEF, 1915 NEF, 1916 NEF with some contact marks, 1917 EF/NEF, 1918 NEF, 1919 GVF/VF the obverse with some striking flaws, 1920 Sterling Head, Davies 1803 dies 3B NEF (£50 - £100) 902) Shillings (10) 1921 Davies 1809 dies 5E VF/GVF, 1923 EF, 1924 GVF/VF, 1927 First Reverse GF/NVF, 1928 GVF, 1929 NVF/VF cleaned, 1930 Fine, 1931 Bright GVF, 1933 EF cleaned, 1936 Lustrous A/UNC (£25 - £50)

896) Proof Set 1970 nFDC with light toning, in the envelope of issue, Pre-1947 silver £2.50 face, in mixed grades, Shilling 1900 VG, Silver Threepences pre-1920 issues (23, two holed), 0.500 silver issues (23) in mixed circulated grades, Pennies (2) 1797 NVG and Fair, Halfpennies (3) George III Contemporary counterfeit, date worn, Fair, 1806 VG, 1807 Fair, Crowns (2) 1965 A/UNC, 1972 UNC, Shilling 1948E Fine, Brass Threepence 1967 Lustrous UNC, Five Pound Crown 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee UNC, Two Pounds 1989 Bill of Rights EF, Fifty Pences (2) 1973 Lustrous UNC, 2003 WSPU NEF/GVF, Decimal Five Pence 2015 GEF, USA One Cent 1988D EF (£50 - £100) 897) Proof Sets 1970, 1972, 1978 and 1981 along with a large quantity of Perspex sets with type sets of Victoria, Edward VII and George V and more, date runs by denomination Farthings to Halfcrowns mostly 20th century, five Whitman Folders some incomplete of bronze issues including Victorian Halfpennies, many from circulation but some such as a run of George VI Sixpences containing lustrous issues (£180 - £280) 898) Shilling 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 Good Fine with grey tone, Sixpences (2) 1703 VIGO ESC 1582, Bull 1446 VG with graffiti in two of the reverse angles, Sixpence 1834 ESC 1674, Bull 2504 Fine (£35 - £65) 899) Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137, Davies 982 dies 1C, NEF, Silver Threepence 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 2096, Bull 3436, Davies 1331 dies 2A, EF/GEF nicely toned with a small contact mark on the obverse, Farthing

903) Shillings (14) 1839 W.W Raised Davies 851 Near Fine/Fine, 1844 Fine with die clashing in front of the Queen’s neck, unusual. 1849 Fine or slightly better. 1868 Die Number 3, Good Fine, toned. 1872 Die Number 50 Fine, the obverse cleaned and scratched. 1873 Die Number 36, the 6 over a higher 6, VF the obverse once cleaned. 1874 4 with upper serif only, Die Number 48 GVF with a series of fine hairlines. 1876 Die Number 15 GVF, 5.27 grammes, with the appearance of an ex-shipwreck coin. 1877 Die Number 9 VF with some surface marks and spots. 1878 Die Number 62 the digits of the die number spread wide with the 2 barely visible under the ribbon and a die crack, very unusual. 1879 No Die Number VF with some contact marks. 1880 Cross on crown points to a bead Davies 914 dies 7D VF. 1884 Davies 921 dies 7D About Fine, cleaned with some surface marks. 1885 Good Fine/NVF the obverse rubbed (£125 - £250) 904) Shillings (17) 1787 Hearts ESC 1225, Bull 2129 GVF, 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 VG, 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2144 Fine, 1818 ESC 1234, Bull 2150 VG/About Fine, 1819 ESC 1235, Bull 2152 VG, 1820 ESC 1236, Bull 2157 VG/About Fine, 1821 ESC 1247, Bull 2396 VG, the reverse better, 1823 ESC 1249, Bull 2398 NVG and a rare type, 1824 ESC 1251, Bull 2400 VG, 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Bull 2405 VG, 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409 Fine, 1827 ESC 1259, Bull 2412 VG the reverse better, 1829 ESC 1260, Bull 2413 Fine, 1834 ESC 1268, Bull 2489 About Fine, toned, 1835 ESC 1271, Bull 2492 VG/Fine, 1837 ESC 1276, 2497 Fair (£75 - £100) 905) Shillings (4) 1708E ESC 1150, Bull 1436 NVG plugged, 1720 Plain in angles ESC 1169, Bull 1573 Fair/NVG, 1721 1 over 0 ESC1172, Bull 1578 Fair/VG, 1723 SSC First Bust ESC 1176, Bull 1586 Fair/VG (£50 - £100) 906) Shillings (4) 1709 Third Bust, Plain below, ESC 1154, Bull 1402 Near Fine, 1711 Fourth Bust ESC 1158, Bull 1408 VG, 1712 Roses and Plumes ESC 1159, Bull 1410 Near Fine, 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 1160, Bull 1411 VG (£50 £100)

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907) Shillings (4) 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216, Bull 2128 VF, 1817 IIONI Bull 2146 VF toned, 1842 ESC 1288, Bull 2987 NVF/ VF, 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137, Davies 982 dies 1C VF (£60 - £120) 908) Shillings (5) 1825 Bare Head ESC 1254, Bull 2405 GVF with some contact marks, 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137 NEF/EF, 1900 ESC 1369, Bull 3165 VF, 1907 ESC 1416, Bull 3593 VF toned with a thin scratch on the obverse, 1920 ESC 1430, Bull 3811 Davies 1803 dies 3B GVF (£50 - £75) 909) Shillings (5) 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Bull 2405 NEF and colourfully toned, 1875 ESC 1327, Bull 3045, Die Number 71 GVF, 1883 ESC 1342, Bull 3072 GVF with signs of old gilding, 1902 Matt Proof, 1411, Bull 3588 EF with some hairlines, 1909 ESC 1418, Bull 3595 VF/GVF with a hint of toning (£75 - £100) 910) Shillings (6) 1695 ESC 1077, Bull 1103 VG, 1696 First Bust ESC 1078, Bull 1104 (2) the first VG/Fair, bent, the second a contemporary copy in base metal, of good style, Fine and unusual, toned, 1697y First Bust ESC 1100, Bull 1196 VG, 1698 Fourth Bust ESC 1115, Bull 1141 Fair, 1700 Fifth Bust, Oval 0’s in date ESC 1122A, Bull 1153 Fair (£40 - £80) 911) Shillings (6) 1727 George II Roses and Plumes ESC 1189, Bull 1694 Fair/VG Rare, 1741 Roses ESC 1201, Bull 1716 Fair/VG, 1743 Roses ESC 1203, Bull 1720 Fair, 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 Fair, 1750 50 over 46 ESC 1211, Bull 1732 VG with surface marks, 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 VG (£40 - £80) 912) Shillings (6) 1887 Jubilee Head Q of QUI with looped tail Davies 982 dies 1C , Lustrous EF/GEF, 1888 8 over 7 About EF with some contact marks, 1889 Large Jubilee Head, truncation almost touches rim beads, Davies 986 dies 2D, GVF nicely toned, 1890 NVF the obverse with some hairlines, 1891 Fine or slightly better, 1892 Good Fine/VF (£38 - £55) 913) Shillings (6) 1911 Shallow Neck ESC 1420, Bull 3799 GEF and lustrous, 1914 ESC 1424, Bull 3803 Lustrous A/UNC, 1915 ESC 1425, Bull 3804 GEF and lustrous, 1918 ESC 1428, Bull 3807 GEF and lustrous, 1927 First Reverse, Modified Effigy ESC 1438, Bull 3828 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of toning, 1932 ESC 1445, Bull 3842 GEF with attractive light tone, a very pleasing group (£100 - £150) 914) Shillings (8) 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409 (3) VG, 1836 ESC 1273, Bull 2494 Near Fine/Fine, 1884 ESC 1343, Bull 3074 Fine, 1889 Small Jubilee Head ESC 1354, Bull 3141, Davies 984 dies 1C Poor but rare, 1910 ESC 1419, Bull 3596 (2) both Near Fine, along with two mini coin albums (£25 £50) 915) Shillings (8) 1878 ESC 1325, Bull 3043, Die Number 110 Fine, 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 1351, Bull 3137 VF, 1890 ESC 1357, Bull 3144 VF, 1906 ESC 1415, Bull 3592, Davies 1557 dies 2A Good Fine, 1946E ESC 1470, Bull 4145 EF/ AU, 1970E Proof ESC 1475O, Bull 4484 nFDC, 1970S ESC 1475P, Bull 4520 nFDC, Sixpence 1933 ESC 1822, Bull 3913 GEF (£30 - £60)

916) Shillings (97) 1838-1936 currency issues, an almost complete date run, missing only 1850, 1854, 1858 and 1889 Small Jubilee Head, comprising 1838 NVG/VG, 1839 VG, 1840 VG, 1841 VG, 1842 VG, 1843 Bright GVF/NEF, 1844 VG, 1845 NVG, 1846 VG, 1848 8 over 6 Fair, the overdate very clear, 1849 VG, 1851 VG/Fair, 1852 VG, 1853 VG, 1855 VG, 1856 (2) both VG, 1857 VG, 1859 VG, 1860 VG/Near Fine, 1861 VG, 1862 Fine/Bold Fine, 1863 the 3 overstruck, possibly over a 2, Fine, cleaned, Very Rare, 1864 Die Number 63 VG, 1865 Die Number 96 VG, 1866 Die Number 40, Fair, 1867 Die Number 20 VG, 1868 Die Number 31 VG, 1869 Die Number 5 VG, 1870 Die Number 9 VG, 1871 Die Number 25 VG, 1872 Die Number 150 VG, 1873 Die Number 28 VG, 1874 Crosslet 4, Die Number 5 VG, 1875 Die Number 1 VG, 1876 Die Number 2 Fair, Rare, 1877 Die Number 39 VG, 1878 Die Number 48 the 8 of the Die Number struck over a lower 8, Near Fine, 1879 No Die Number Poor/Fair, 1880 Fine, toned, 1881 VG/Near Fine, 1882 VG, Scarce, 1883 VG, 1884 VG, 1885 Near Fine, 1886 VG with some scratches, 1887 Young Head Fair, 1887 Jubilee Head Near Fine/VG, 1888 Plain last 8 in date Fine, 1889 Large Jubilee Head VG/Near Fine, 1890 Fine, 1891 Near Fine, 1892 VG, 1893 Small Obverse Letters, VG/Near Fine, 1894 Near Fine, 1895 VG, 1896 VG, 1897 VG, 1898 VG, 1899 VG, 1900 Near Fine, 1901 VG, 1902 VG, 1903 VG, 1904 VG, 1905 VG/NVG Rare, 1906 VG or better, 1907 VG or better, 1908 VG the reverse better, 1909 VG, 1910 VG, 1911 About Fine/Fine, 1912 VG, 1913 Fine, 1914 VG, 1915 VG, 1916 GF/NVF, 1917 Fine/Good Fine, 1918 NVF/Good Fine, 1919 Fine, 1920 Fine, 1921 VG/Fine, 1922 Fine, 1923 About Fine, 1924 VF, 1925 About Fine/Fine, 1926 Modified Effigy Fine, 1927 Second Reverse Near Fine/Fine, 1928 VG, 1929 Fine, 1930 VG, 1931 VG/Near Fine, 1932 VG/Near Fine, 1933 VG, 1934 Fine/NVF, 1935 Fine/Good Fine, 1936 GVF (£350 - £650) 917) Shillings 1959 Scottish (554) and 1959 English (1) in mixed circulated grades to GVF (£500 - £800) 918) Shillings Cupro-Nickel issues (11.855 Kilos) will be around 2100 coins, in mixed circulated grades (£110 - £130) 919) Shillings, Cupro-Nickel issues £115 face, in mixed circulated grades (£100 - £150) 920) Silver Threepences (77) all .500 silver issues, in mixed grades, Brass Threepences (4) 1937 (2) both EF, 1941 Fine, 1945 NVF, 1952 GEF, Pennies (13) 1901 (2), 1911, 1912, 1919, 1921, 1927, 1931, 1936, 1937, 1938 (2), 1939 EF to UNC with traces of lustre, most with some surface residue from vinyl storage, this possibly removable with care, Pennies 1926 Modified Effigy (2) VG to Near Fine, Halfpennies (68) George V to Elizabeth II includes many George V types in VF to GEF some with lustre, Farthings (109) includes some George V issues with lustre, along with Pennies a further group George VI (152) most in better grade some with lustre, Elizabeth II issues (45) Halfcrowns (8), Florins (4), Shillings (7), Sixpences (7) and Brass Threepences (19) in mixed grades a few EF to UNC and lustrous, with a further group of GB and World Banknotes (12) GB (10) Five Pounds Cleland (2) AA13 422701 and AA45 178011 NVF, One Pound Somerset (8) NVF to EF, Canada Two Dollars 1986 issue (2) About Fine (£75 - £150)

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921) Sixpences (10) 1891 Near Fine, 1892 GVF/VF, 1893 Veiled Head Davies 1180 dies 1A, About Fine/Good Fine, 1894 NVF, 1895 NVF/VF, 1896 VF with some spots and contact marks, 1897 Good Fine/NVF, 1898 Good Fine/Fine with a heavier contact mark on the reverse, 1900 Good Fine, 1901 GVF (£38 - £55) 922) Sixpences (3) 1900 ESC 1770, Bull 3293 Lustrous UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1902 ESC 1785, Bull 3597 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1903 ESC 1787, Bull 3599 Choice UNC and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£195 - £235) 923) Sixpences (6) 1902 VF/About VF, 1905 Good Fine/Fine with a scratch on the obverse, 1906 Fine, 1907 Near Fine/Fine, 1909 NVF, 1910 Bright NVF with some scratches (£30 - £60) 924) Sixpences (9) 1918 A/UNC ESC 1803, Bull 3879, 1919 ESC 1804, Bull 3880 Lustrous UNC, 1920 ESC 1805, Bull 3881 A/UNC, 1924 ESC 1810, Bull 3888 GEF/AU and lustrous, 1925 Thin Rim ESC 1811, Bull 3892 A/UNC lightly toned, 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 1814, Bull 3895 EF, 1928 ESC 1817, Bull 3990 Lustrous EF/GEF, 1930 ESC 1819, Bull 3905, Lustrous EF, 1935 ESC 1824, Bull 3917 About UNC/UNC, a very pleasing group (£100 - £150) 925) Three Shilling Bank Tokens (3) 1811 Bust type, 26 Acorns in wreath ESC 407, Bull 2063 dies A1/1.2 Good Fine/VF the reverse with hints of golden tone, 1812 Bust type ESC 415, Bull 2075 VG Ex-Mount, 1815 ESC 423, Bull 2084 Good Fine with an edge nick, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1814 ESC 977, Bull 2121 Near Fine/Fine with chopmarks on the reverse (£50 - £75) 926) Trade Dollars (3) 1909B KM#T5 Fine with grey tone, 1912 (2) KM#T5 the first VF with an edge nick, the second Fine or slightly better (£150 - £200) 927) Trial Pieces (12) One Pound 2015 12-sided Royal Mint Trial Obverse: Bust right ELIZABETH.II.D.G.REG.F.D. 2015 below, Reverse with Crowned shield with decoration around THE ROYAL MINT above and TRIAL PIECE below, About EF with some contact marks, Britannia Moneta types (7) comprising (1) 1957 25mm diameter in pewter?, Obverse: Britannia striking coin BRITANNIA MONETA, Reverse: date within 6-pointed star ROYAL MINT TRIAL DIE, 5.6 grammes EF the edge with many fairly regularly spaced heavy knocks, (officially defaced?) an unusual piece, (2) 1957 Obverse: Britannia striking coin BRITANNIA MONETA, Reverse: date within 6-pointed star ROYAL MINT TRIAL DIE, 25mm diameter in cupro-Nickel?, 6.39 grammes, (3) undated (c.1957-1961) undated with scalloped edge, Obverse and Reverse: Britannia striking coin BRITANNIA MONETA, 20mm diameter, 3.17 grammes, in cupronickel? A/UNC, (4) 1961 Obverse: Britannia striking coin BRITANNIA MONETA, Reverse: date within 6-pointed star ROYAL MINT TRIAL DIE, 15mm diameter, 1.00 grammes, VF with some pitting, (5), (6) and (7) 26mm undated in Bronze, Obverse: Britannia striking coin BRITANNIA MONETA, the legend in smaller letters and positioned 3mm from the rim, Reverse Crowned shield of Arms, flanked by Castle and Rose, ROYAL MINT on banner below, each EF to A/UNC and lustrous, 7.11, 7.08, and 7.06 grammes respectively.

Royal Mint undated, Reverse Crowned shield of Arms, flanked by Castle and Rose, ROYAL MINT on banner below 18.5mm diameter, 3.02 grammes in bronze with security edge, Lustrous UNC, INA Euro types (2) United Kingdom 20 Cents 2002 UNC, 5 Cents UNC, Birmingham Mint undated 26mm diameter, 5.7 grammes, in cupronickel? Obverse: Shield of Arms with wreath and banner with FORWARD below THE MINT BIRMINHAM LIMITED, Reverse: MANUFACTURERS OF NON-FERROUS ALLOYS, within inner circle: IN SHEETS STRIP WIRE BLANKS TUBES STAMPINGS. ETC. AND COINAGE, EF (£50 - £150) 928) Twopences 1797 (2) Fine and VG holed, Pennies (6) 1806 VG, 1854OT Good Fine, 1855OT Fine, with George III (3) worn, Halfpennies (8) 1724 Fair, 1742 Poor, Contemporary Counterfeit 177- Fair, 1799 Good Fine, George III worn, 1854 Fine, 1856 Fine, 1858 Good Fine, Farthings (3) 1825 (2) Fine and Good Fine, 1828 VG, Half Farthings (4) 1843 VF, 1844 (3) Fine, Good Fine and VF, Crowns (4) 1951 UNC Boxed, 1965 UNC, 1972 A/UNC, 1977 EF Halfcrowns (4) 1948 Fine, 1949 Fine, 1961 Fine, 1967 VF, Florins (4) Edward VII date worn, 1921 VG, 1951 VG, 1955 Fine, Shillings (2) 1842 VG, 1957E Fine, Sixpence 1816 creased, Groats (7) 1836 (VF), 1838, 1846, 1848 (Good Fine), 1849 (2) and another with worn date, Silver Threepences (7) 1873 Good Fine, 1895 Fair, 1911 VG, 1916 VG, 1926 Modified Effigy Near Fine/Fine, 1934 Fine, 1939 Good Fine/VF, Brass Threepence 1967 EF, Australia Penny Token undated Fenwick Brothers Melbourne, Victoria KM#Tn66a Fine, scarce, India (2) Quarter Anna 1835 Near Fine, Two Annas 1841 VF Toned, France (2) 50 Centimes 1852A VG/Fine, 25 Centimes 1846W Fine/Good Fine, toned, Netherlands 25 Cents 1849 KM#76 Fine, Danzig 5 Pfennig 1932 KM#151 NEF with some spots, Poland 2 Zloty 1933 EF, Canada One Cent 1899 NVF, as part of a group (109) 18th to 20th Century mostly base metal, includes some token issues, in mixed grades, along with a further group of Pennies (62) 1921 VG, 1938 Fine, 1949 NVF, 1963 VG and EF, 1966 EF, 1967 (56) EF to lustrous UNC, Halfpennies (84) 1921, 1927, 1929, 1930, 1933, and ships (79) in mixed circulated grades, Farthings 1896, 1899, 1909 (2), 1911, 1914, 1915, 1917, 1918 (2), 1920, 1923 (2), 1924, 1925 (4), 1927, 1928, 1929, 1932 (3), 1936 (3), Wrens (105) in mixed grades a few later dates with lustre (£150 - £300) 929) Victoria Bun Pennies (183) includes 1871 (3) in mixed lower grades, all with readable dates (£80 - £100) 930) Victoria Jubilee Head Coinage 1887 all ex-mount (15) comprising Crowns 1887 (2) VF and GVF both Ex-swivel mount, Double Florins (4) 1887 Arabic 1 (2) both Ex-Swivel Mount, 1887 Roman 1 (2) Good Fine, Ex-Swivel Mount, and Fine, Ex-Mount, Florins 1887 (2) both Good Fine, Ex-Swivel Mount, Shillings 1887 (6) Ex-Swivel Mount (2) About Fine and Good Fine, and Ex-Mount (4) Fine, Good Fine, Near VF and VF, Sixpence 1887 Withdrawn type NEF with heavy scratches in the obverse field, despite the edge problems all but one Shilling and the Sixpence have largely problemfree surfaces (£80 - £100)

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World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 931-1020) 931) A collection of Chinese fantasy issues in a 3 tray carrying case, crown sized (47) smaller issues including a few more recent base metal currency types (23) (£10 - £30) 932) Ajman - UAE Mint Set a 3-coin set 1969 KM#MS1 comprising Five Riyals KM#3.2, Two Riyals KM#2.1 and One Riyal KM#1.1, Lustrous UNC the first two with light toning, in the brown wallet of issue, Ras-Al-Khaimah (3) Five Rials AH1389 (1969) KM#3 NEF/EF the reverse lustrous, Two Rials AH1389 (1969) KM#2 NEF/EF the reverse lustrous, One Rial AH1389 (1969) KM#1 EF and lustrous with some scattered small tone spots (£300 - £500) 933) Australia (3) Penny Token 1857 Hide and De Carle, Melbourne, KM#Tn104 Bold Fine, Pennies (2) 1912H KM#23 Fine with some fine scratches, 1917I KM#23 Good Fine (£15 - £30) 934) Australia Edward VIII Fantasy Sixpences 1937 (25), by Maklouf, bearing the portrait of Edward VIII and struck in .925 silver. Made in the early 1990s with a mintage believed to be around 2000 pieces, Proof FDC (£100 - £160) 935) Austria Thalers 1780SF Maria Theresa Proof Restrikes (10) nFDC to FDC one with light toning, the others retaining full original mint brilliance (£180 - £220) 936) British North Borneo 2 1/2 Cents 1903H (13) KM#4 NVF to VF with match grey/green tone, Straits Settlements Quarter Cents 1916 (20) KM#27 NEF to EF a few with small spots, a handful with traces of lustre (£100 - £120) 937) Canada One Dollar (34) 1935 NVF/VF, 1939 (2) Fine and VF/ NVF, 1949 EF, 1950 GVF/VF, 1951 Good Fine/Fine, 1953 (3) NEF, GVF and VF, 1958 British Columbia (2) GVF/NEF and NEF, 1959 Lustrous EF, 1960 (2) EF and VF/GVF, 1961 (2) NVF and Good Fine, 1962 (3) EF/GEF, EF and GEF, 1963 GEF, 1964 Charlottetown (3) NEF/EF, EF and GEF, 1965 (5) UNC (2) and EF (3), 1966 GEF, 1967 Loon (5) EF (2), GEF and A/ UNC (2), many with toning, others with lustre (£200 - £400) 938) China (10) Manchurian Province 20 Cents Year 33 (1908) Three Rosettes at either side on the obverse Y#210a.1 NVF, Kwangtung Province (2) 20 Cents Year 10 (1921) Y#423 Good Fine/Fine, 10 Cents undated (1890-1908) Y#200 Near Fine/Fine, China - Empire 10 Cents Year 3 (1911) Y#28 GF/NVF, China Wu Tsung Ten Cash (1310AD-1311AD) (2) VG and About Fine, 10 Cash (3) Empire, undated 34mm diameter (1851-1861) C#1-6.1 Fine, Kiangsu undated (1851-1861) cast brass 32mm diameter C#16-6.1 Fine, Fukien with characters on the rim denoting weight C#108, VG the rim characters worn, and 41mm diameter cast example this unattributed and possibly a fantasy piece, About Fine (£50 - £100) 939) China (3) Dollar Year 3 Y#329, 26.96 grammes, Good Fine, Dollar Year 23 Y#345, 26.68 grammes, Good Fine with some spots on the reverse, China - Yunnan Province 50 Cents undated (1917) Y#479. 13.23 grammes, Good Fine/ Fine with grey tone and some edge knocks, along with GB

Trade Dollar 1912B KM#T5 possibly once gilded (£125 £150) 940) China (4) Sinkiang 100 Cash undated (1851-1861) C#288, 64.71 grammes, Fine for wear with some corrosion, Kiangsu 50 Cash undated (1851-1861) C#16-9 50.32g, Szechuan 100 Cash cast brass, undated (1851-1861) C#24-6 About Fine, Kiangsi 50 Cash undated (1851-1861) C#15-6.1 Fine with some scratches (£120 - £200) 941) China Fantasy pieces (4) all 44mm diameter, three in copper, one in brass, the reverses with decorative characters and/or symbols, About Fine to Good Fine (£25 - £75) 942) China Ten Cash in an album (180) comprising Brass Cash issues 17th to 19th Century (95) and Bronze early 20th Century Ten Cash Republic (85) and Provincial issues, many types represented mostly Near Fine to NVF (£100 - £200) 943) Denmark (12) 10 Ore (6) 1874 (h) CS KM#795.1 Good Fine with a heavy contact mark on the obverse, 1875 (h) CS KM#795.1 VF with a contact mark on the obverse, 1891 (h) CS KM#795.1 VG/Near Fine, 1894 (h) VBP KM#792.2 Good Fine, 1910 VBP (h), GJ KM#807 Fine, 1935 (h) N GJ KM#822.2 Good Fine, 2 Ore (5) 1874 (h) CS KM#793.1 Good Fine, 1906 (h) VBP KM#793.2 Good Fine, 1915 (h) VBP GJ KM#813.1 Good Fine, 1919 (h) HCN GJ KM#813.2 Good Fine, 1920 (h) HCN GY KM#813.2 NVF, Skilling Rigsmont 1860 KM#763 Good Fine, Sweden (8) One Krona 1884EB KM#747 Fine, toned, 10 Ore (2) 1892EB KM#755 Good Fine/NVF, 1898EB KM#755 VG, 5 Ore (2) 1898 KM#757 Fine, 1909 KM#779.2 Fine, 2 Ore 1874 KM#735 VG, Ore (2) 1890 KM#750 Fine, 1891 KM#750 NVF (£30 - £50) 944) Euro Coinage an accumulation comprising Netherlands 10 Euros (2) 2013 Willem-Alexander KM#339, 2017 WillemAlexander 50 Years, Netherlands 5 Euros (25) 2008 Admiral M.A de Ruyter KM#277, 2008 Architecture KM#279, 2009 Netherlands-Japanese Friendship KM#289 (2), 2010 Max Havelaar 150th Anniversary of His Birth KM#297, 2010 Waterland KM#300, 2011 WWF 50th Anniversary KM#305, 2011 Painting KM#310 (2), 2012 40 Years of Diplomatic relations between Netherlands and Turkey KM#316, 2012 Amsterdam Canals KM#321, 2012 Sculpture Art KM#327, 2013 300th Anniversary of the Peace of Utrecht KM#325, 2013 Peace Palace at the Hague KM#333, 2013 Rietveld Schroder KM#336, 2014 World Heritage Windmills KM#358, 2014 Netherlands Bank 200th Anniversary KM#353, 2015 Van Nelle Factory KM#362, 2015 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo KM#365.1, 2016 Wadden Sea KM#370, 2016 Hieronymus Bosch KM#373, 2017 Johan Cruyff, 2017 Red Cross, 2018 Legendary Athletes - Fanny Blankers-Koen, 2018 Wageningen University 100th Anniversary, 2018 Schokland UNC on the coin cards as issued, Austria 5 Euros in silver (13) 2008 European Football Championships Bern, Basel, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt 2008 European Football Championships Wein, Salzburg, Genf, Zurich, UNC on the cards of issue, 2002 Schoenbrunn Zoo KM#3091, 2004 Enlargement of the European Union, 2006 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart KM#3131 (2), 2007 Mariazell Church KM#3145 , 2008 Herbert von Karajan KM#3156, 2009 Joseph Haydn KM#3170, 2009 Tiroler Freiheit KM#3177,

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2010 Grossglockner-Hochalpen Strasse KM#3184, 2010 Winter OlympicsKM#3193, 2010 Winter Olympics KM#3192 EF to GEF, 2 Euros (11) Netherlands (5) 2009 10 Years of the European Monetary Union, 2011, 2013 (2) Abdication of Queen Beatrix and 200th Anniversary of the Kingdom, 2014 30 Years of European flag, Austria (3) 2005 50th Anniversary of the State Treaty, 2016 200th Anniversary of the National Bank of Austria, 2018 Austrian Republic 100th Anniversary, GEF to UNC, Malta (2) 2015 Constitution History, 2018 Mnajdra Temples, Ireland 2016 100th Anniversary of the Easter rising, Cyprus 2017, GEF to UNC. 2 Euros a Collection comprising Slovakia (8) 2009 Freedom Bell, 2011 Visegrad group 20th Anniversary, 2013 Saints Cyril and Methodius, 2014 Entry into the EU, 2015 Ludovit Stur, 2016 PRESEDNICTVO SR V RADE EU, 2017 University Istropolitana, 2018 25th Anniversary of the Republic, Italy (20) 2004 World Food Programme, 2005 European Constitution, 2006 Torino Winter Olympics, 2008 Declaration of Rights, 2009 Louis Braille, Camillo Benso Count of Cavour, 2011 150th Anniversary of Italian Unification, 201210th Anniversary of Euro Coinage, 2012 Giovanni Pascoli, 2013 Guiseppi Verdi 200th Anniversary of his Birth, 2013 700th Anniversary of the Birth of Boccaccio, 2014 Carabinieri 150th Anniversary, 2014 Galileo 450th Anniversary of his Birth, 2015 Dante Alighieri, 2015 Expo 2015, 2016 Donatello, 2016 Plauto, 2017 Venezia - San Marco, 2017 Tito Livio, 2018 70th Anniversary of the Constitution, Belgium (10) 2005 Schengen Agreement, 2006 Atomic Model, 2008 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 2009 Louis Braille, 2010 Belgian EU Presidency, 2011 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, 2012 Queen Elizabeth Competition, 2013 100th Anniversary of the Meteorological Institution, 2016 Child Focus, 2018 100th Anniversary of World War I, Slovenia (9) 2008 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Primoz Tubar, 2010 Ljubljana Botanical Gardens 200th Anniversary 2011 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Franc Razman, 2013 Postojna Cave Discovery 800th Anniversary, 2014 Barbara Celjska, 2015 Emona Ljubljana, 2016 25th Anniversary of Independence, 2017 10th Anniversary of the Euro Coinage, 2018 Svetovni Dan Cebel (World Bee Day), Luxembourg (15) 2004 KM#85, 2005 KM#87, 2007 KM#95, 2008 KM#96, 2009 90th Anniversary of Grand Duchess Charlotte KM#106, 2010 KM#115, 2011 Jean of Luxembourg, 2012 100th Anniversary of the Death of Guillaume IV, 2013 National Anthem, 2014 50th Anniversary of the Accession of Grand-Duke Jean, 2014 175th Anniversary of Independence, 2015 15th Anniversary of the Accession of His Royal Highness the Grand-Duke, 2015 125th Anniversary of Nassau-Weilbourg, 2016 50th Anniversary of the Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge, 2017 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Guillaume III, Germany (17) 2004A Schleswig-Holstein Castle, 2007J Macklenburg’s Schwerin Castle, 2008F Hamburg Cathedral, 2009F Saarland, 2010G Bremen Town Hall, 2011J Cologne Cathedral, 2012A German States - Bavaria, 2013A 50th Anniversary of the Paris Treaty, 2013G German States Baden - Wurttemberg, 2014G Lower Saxony - St. Michaels Church, 2015A German States - Hessen, 2015D 25th Anniversary of German Unity, 2016F Saxony - Dresden Zwinger Palace, 2016G Saxony - Dresden Zwinger Palace, 2017F German States - Rhineland- Pfalz, 2018G German States -Berlin, 2018G 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Helmut Schmidt, Latvia (6) 2014 Riga, European Culture

Capital, 2015 Latvia EU Presidency, 2015 Stork, 2016 Cow, 2018 100th Anniversary of Independent Baltic States, 2018 Zemgale, Portugal (14) 2007 Portugal EU Presidency, 2008 60th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights, 2009 Lusifonia Games, 2010 100th Anniversary of the Republic, 2014 40th Anniversary of the Carnation Revolution, 2014 International Year of Family Farming, 2015 150th Anniversary of the Portuguese Red Cross, 2015 500th Anniversary of Portuguese contact with Timor, 2016 Portuguese Olympic Team, 2016 25th of April Bridge, 2017 150 Years of Public Security, 2017 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Raul Brandao, 2018 250th Anniversary of the National Printing Office, 2018 250th Anniversary of the Ajuda Botanical Garden, Finland (20) 2005 UN 60th Anniversary, 2006 Centennial of Universal Suffrage, 2007 90th Anniversary of Independence, 2008 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 2009 200th Anniversary of Finnish Autonomy, 2010 150th anniversary of Finnish Currency, 2011 200th Anniversary of the Bank of Finland, 2012 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Helene Schjerkbeck, 2013 150th Anniversary of Parliament, 2013Frans eemil Sillanpaa, 2014 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Tove Jansson, 2014 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Imari Tapiovaara, 2015 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Askeli Gallen Kallela, 2015 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Jean Sibelius, 2016 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Georg Henrik Von Wright, 2016 90th Anniversary of the Birth of Eino Leino, 2017 Finnish Nature, 2017 100th Anniversary of Independence, 2018 National Landscapes - Koli, 2018 Finnish Sauna, Estonia (4) 2016 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Paul Keres , 2017 100th Anniversary of Independence, 2018 Baltic Independence, 2018 100 Years of the Republic, Lithuania (5) 2015 Lithuanian Language, 2016 Baltic Culture, 2017 Vilnius - Capital of Culture, 2018 100th Anniversary of Baltic States, 2018 Song and Dance Celebration, Spain (10) 2005 Don Quixote, 2010 Cordoba, 2011 Granada, 2012 Burgos Cathedral, 2013 Royal Palace of Stg. Lorenzo de el Escorial, 2014 Antoni Gaudi, 2014 Juan Carlos I and Felipe, 2015 Cave Drawing - Bison, 2016 Aqueduct of Segovia, 2017 Asturia Santa Maria del Naranco, France (14) 2008 France EU Presidency, 2010 70th Anniversary of the June 18 appeal, 2011 30th Anniversary of International Music Day, 2013 50th Anniversary of the Paris Treaty, 2014 70th Anniversary of D-Day, 2014 World AIDS Day, 2015 70 Years of Peace in Europe, 2015 Republic, 2016 European Football Championships, 2016 Francois Mitterrand, 2017 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Rodin, 2017 25th Anniversary of Breast Cancer Awareness, 2018 Cornflower, 2018 Simone Veil, Greece (11) 2004 Athens Olympic Games, 2010 Battle of Marathon 2500th Anniversary, 211 Athens Special Olympics, 2013 100th Anniversary of thew 1913 Revolution, 2013 Plato, 2014 150th Anniversary of the incorporation of the Ionian Islands the Heptanese, 2014 Dominikus Theotokopoulos, 2016 120th Anniversary of the Birth of Dimitri Mitropoulops, 2016 150th Anniversary of the Siege of the Monastery of Arkadi, 2017 60th Anniversary of the Death of Nikos Kazantzakis, 2017 Archaeological Site of Philippi. GVF to UNC the vast majority lustrous, Euro Collection in an album (2 Euro to One Euro Cent, each an 8-coin set) 12 sets one from each founder country as follows: Austria 2002, Belgium mixed dates 1999-2000, Finland mixed dates 1999-2002, France mixed dates 1999-2001, Germany 2002, Greece mixed

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dates 2002-2008, Ireland 2002, Italy 2002, Netherlands mixed dates 1999-2002, Luxembourg 2002, Portugal 2002, Spain mixed dates 1999-2001, Lithuania Euro Set 2015 Special Issue 2 Euro to One Euro Cent UNC in the case of issue, Netherlands Euro Set 1999-2001 an 8-coin set 2 Euro to One Euro Cent the coins UNC and stuck to card, in the wallet of issue, Netherlands Euro Set 2014 an 8-coin set 2 Euro to One Euro Cent UNC on the card of issue, Andorra 2 Euro 2018 25th Anniversary of the Constitution UNC on the card of issue, plus an additional group of 2 Euros (36) comprising 2007 50th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome one coin from each of 11 States, 2009 European Monetary Union 10th Anniversary Set one coin from each of 13 States, 2012 10 Years of Euro Coins, one coin from each of 12 States, Euro Coinage a mixed group from a host of countries comprising 24 Euros 27 Euro Cents face, 2 Euro (6), One Euro (6), 50 Euro Cents (7), 20 Euro Cent (6), 10 Euro Cents (6), 5 Euro Cents (6), 2 Euro Cents (30), and One Euro Cent (7) EF to Lustrous UNC, the majority of the group in three aluminium cases (£600 - £800) 945) FAO issues in Silver (7) Korea 500 Won 1995 Proof FDC, Tonga Pa’anga 1995 Proof FDC, Seychelles 100 Rupees 1981 BU, Solomon Islands Dollar 1995 BU, Guinea-Bissau 20000 Pesos 1995 Proof FDC, Tunisia 1 Dinar 1995 Proof FDC, Afghanistan 500 Afghanis 1996 BU all apparently unlisted by Krause, around 5 Ounces of actual silver weight (£70 - £120) 946) FAO issues in Silver (7) Korea 500 Won 1995 Proof FDC, Tonga Pa’anga 1995 Proof FDC, Seychelles 100 Rupees 1981 BU, Solomon Islands Dollar 1995 BU, Guinea-Bissau 20000 Pesos 1995 Proof FDC, Tunisia 1 Dinar 1995 Proof FDC, Afghanistan 500 Afghanis 1996 BU all apparently unlisted by Krause, around 5 Ounces of actual silver weight (£70 - £120) 947) FAO issues in Silver (7) Korea 500 Won 1995 Proof FDC, Tonga Pa’anga 1995 Proof FDC, Seychelles 100 Rupees 1981 BU, Solomon Islands Dollar 1995 BU, Guinea-Bissau 20000 Pesos 1995 Proof FDC, Tunisia 1 Dinar 1995 Proof FDC, Afghanistan 500 Afghanis 1996 BU all apparently unlisted by Krause, around 5 Ounces of actual silver weight (£70 - £120) 948) FAO issues in Silver (7) Korea 500 Won 1995 Proof FDC, Tonga Pa’anga 1995 Proof FDC, Seychelles 100 Rupees 1981 BU, Solomon Islands Dollar 1995 BU, Guinea-Bissau 20000 Pesos 1995 Proof FDC, Tunisia 1 Dinar 1995 Proof FDC, Afghanistan 500 Afghanis 1996 BU all apparently unlisted by Krause, around 5 Ounces of actual silver weight (£70 - £120) 949) FAO issues in Silver (7) Korea 500 Won 1995 Proof FDC, Tonga Pa’anga 1995 Proof FDC, Seychelles 100 Rupees 1981 BU, Solomon Islands Dollar 1995 BU, Guinea-Bissau 20000 Pesos 1995 Proof FDC, Tunisia 1 Dinar 1995 Proof FDC, Afghanistan 500 Afghanis 1996 BU all apparently unlisted by Krause, around 5 Ounces of actual silver weight (£70 - £120) 950) FAO issues in Silver (8) Korea 500 Won 1995 Proof FDC, Tonga Pa’anga 1985 Proof FDC, Seychelles 100 Rupees 1981 (2) BU, Solomon Islands Dollar 1995 (2) BU, Tunisia

1 Dinar 1995 Proof FDC, Afghanistan 500 Afghanis 1996 BU all apparently unlisted by Krause (£70 - £120) 951) GB and World 19th and 20th Century (95) all but a handful in silver, includes some Crown-sized, with many minors, includes GB, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, USA and more, in mixed grades few VF to NEF (£200 - £300) 952) GB and World a mixed lot of mostly 20th century base metal issues in mixed grades, includes medallic issues, the odd cased item and set and a few Ancient official replicas (lot over 5 kilos gross weight) (£50 - £100) 953) GB and World a diverse group (20) includes GB Hammered (3) Shillings Elizabeth I and Charles I both Fare, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1565 mintmark Pheon Fair/VG, Spain Two Reales 1718J Fine toned, Mexico Half Real 1800 Mo VG, Spanish American Cobs One Real (2) 1766 an d 166- (last digit nor readable) possibly Bolivia issues, VG to Near Fine, Italian States - Tuscany Grossi worn, France (2) 10 Sols 1/12th Ecu 1643A VG, 12 Sols 1741 Fine, India Dump Coinage (2), Hungary Denar 1554 Near Fine, Lead Token uniface with large H on the obverse, 19mm diameter, Fine, Roman Denarius Lucius Opeimius 134BC Head of Roma Right /Victory Galloping right in quadriga holding wreath, L.OPEIMI beneath Fine, Netherlands/Belgium Jeton 1578 VG, a Shilling sized very worn and damaged flan, and unidentified dump coinage 20mm and 212mm diameter each with a figure on horseback, much of the legend missing off the edge of the respective flans (£75 £150) 954) GB and World with a little pre 47 and pre 20 silver some holed, GB 20th century pennies and halfpennies a group of low grade earlier GB copper William III - George III and Russian pre revolution bank notes (9) in lower grades (£40 - £65) 955) German States (12) Bavaria Kreuzer 1835 NVF, HesseDarmstadt (2) Kreuzer 1699 IAR Near Fine, Kreuzer 1860 Fine, cleaned, Mecklenburg -Schwerin (2) Schilling 1803 Near Fine, Schilling 1781 VG/Near Fine, Prussia (3) 6 Groschen 1756C Near Fine, 3 Pfennigs 1871C A/UNC with traces of lustre, One Pfennig 1822A NEF with traces of lustre, Regensburg Heller 1778 Diamond-shaped with rounded corners, uniface VF, Westphalia Five Cents 1812 C Centimes - French Standard Coinage KM#94 About Fine, a little weak in the centre, Wurttemberg Kreuzer 1868 EF/ NEF, Wurzburg 1/84th Gulden 1764 NVF toned (£80 - £120) 956) German States (3) Hesse-Cassel Thaler 1778 BR KM#516 NEF with some light adjustment lines, Prussia (2) Thaler 1796A KM#360.1 approaching Fine, Thaler 1809A KM#368 Fine or slightly better with touches of gold tone (£100 £200) 957) German States (5) - Baden 5 Marks 1908G KM#281 Good Fine/NVF, Bavaria 5 Marks 1913D KM#915 NVF, Prussia 5 Marks 1913A Uniformed Bust right KM#536 VF, Saxony-Albertine 5 Marks 1903E KM#1258 Good Fine, Wurttemberg 5 Marks 1893F KM#632 Good Fine (£125 £175)

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958) German States (5) - Prussia 5 Marks (4) 1888A Friedrich III KM#512 GVF a scarce one-year type, 1908A KM#523VF with hints of toning, 1913A Uniformed Bust right KM#536 GEF/AU and lustrous, 1914A Uniformed Bust right KM#536 GVF/NEF with some lustre, Saxony-Albertine 5 Marks 1914E KM#1266 NEF with some contact marks (£125 £150) 959) Germany Porcelain Money (5) Saale-Orla-Kreiss district Possneck 1923 medallic issue 46.7mm diameter Obverse: Bust left GOETHE GEDENKFEIER 1923 POSSNECK, Reverse: ACH! WARUM/ IHR GOTTER IST UNDENDLICH ALLES (star) ALLES / ENDLICH UNSER GLUCK NUR!, gold on white finish, Scheuch 2206r EF, German States - Saxony medallic issue, Obverse : Snake and Eagle, 178 ER UNSERE GEFALLENEN, Reverse: Kamenz Church 23-25 . 9 . 1922 GEF, Spendenmedaillen (3) Germany Federal Republic 20 Marks 1922 Obverse: Dancing Couple KUMM DRAMPELEMER WOLLE DANZEKUMM DRAMPELEDANZ AH!, 20 in exergue, Reverse: Two Shields SOLBAD 1545 SCHWABISCH HALL 1922, GEF, German States - Baden (2) 100 Marks 1923 Obverse: Crown bust left, Friedrich Barbarossa 1152-1190, Reverse: Twin Shields HIE WELF! HIE WAIBLINGEN GEF, 100 Marks 1923 Obverse: Knight on horseback HEINRICH D LOWE HERZOG V.BAYERN SACHSEN 1129-1195, Reverse: DIE ALTEN RAVENSBURG Hillfort, 1923 in exergue EF, Austria Emergency Note 20 Heller (Notgeld) a wooden issue Hadersfeld 1st June 1920 Deer design, unusual, Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1922J Aluminium KM#29 A/UNC and lustrous, comes with old promotional leaflet for the sale of the porcelain money also covering Notgeld (£30 - £60) 960) Guernsey One Double (61) 1830, 1885H, 1889H, 1899H (14), 1902H (8), 1903H (4), 1911H, 1914H, 1929H (27), 1933H, 1938H (2), VF to Lustrous UNC, many with good lustre, Two Doubles (5) 1858, 1885H, 1903, 1911H, 1914H NVF to NEF, Four Doubles (8) 1830, 1858, 1885H, 1903H, 1911H,1914H, 1949H, 1956H, GF to GVF, Eight Doubles (10) 1834 (2), 1858, 1885H, 1902H, 1903H, 1911H, 1914H, 1949H, 1956 Good Fine to GVF, Threepence 1956 EF, Crown 1972 Silver Wedding UNC, Ten Shillings 1966 A/UNC (£300 - £400) 961) India One Rupee (12) 1835 Bombay Mint, No initials on truncation, 1840 Bombay Mint, Split legend, 28 berries (5), 1890 Bombay Mint, B incuse, reversed, 1907 Bombay, 1916 Calcutta, 1917 Bombay, 1919 Calcutta (2) About Fine to VF two with scratches (£150 - £200) 962) Ireland (10) Ten Pence Bank Tokens 1813 S.6618 (2) VG and NF, Five Pence Bank Token 1805 S.6619 VG with some scratches, Halfpennies (4) 1805 S.6621 (2) VG and Fine, 1822 S.6624 Fine with some scratches, 1823 S.6624 Near Fine/Fine, Farthings 1806 S.6622 (3) Fine/Good Fine, Good Fine and Fine, Isle of Man 1839 S.7419 Fine/Good Fine (£20 - £40) 963) Ireland (3) Halfpenny 1691 Limerick besieged S.6594 Reversed N in HIBERNIA About Fine/Fine a little weak in places on the obverse, not unusual for this issue, Halfcrown Gunmoney 1690 May, Small size S.6580B, Timmins TB30SM-1A, Obverse 1, Reverse A VG on an irregularly shaped flan, Shilling 1689 Mar : Large Size S.6581P, Pearled

top arch to crown, Timmins TB12J-2C Obverse 2, Reverse C, VG/Near Fine with some pitting, the reverse a little weak at the top (£50 - £100) 964) Ireland (3) Thirty Pence Bank Token 1808 Harp top points between O and K of TOKEN, KM#Tn4 Fine, Halfcrown 1940 S.6633 EF and lustrous with some hairlines, Ten Shillings 1966 Pearce S.6646 (£50 - £75) 965) Ireland Halfpennies (13) 1693 S.6597 VG, 1722 Woods S.6601 VG on a pitted flan, 1723 Woods S.6601 VG, 1737 S.6605 VG,1741 with smaller obverse lettering as S.6605 VG, 1752 S.6607 NF/VG, 1766 S.6612 a contemporary forgery VG, 1769 S.6612 VG/NF, 1775 S.6614 NF, 1781 (2) NVG and VG, 1781 contemporary counterfeit on a thin flan VG/Fine, 1782 S.6614 VG (£60 - £120) 966) Ireland/USA Halfpennies 1723 Woods (3) NF/VG with some heavier contact marks, Near Fine/Fine with some surface marks, and Fine, Farthings 1723 Woods (3) VG, Near Fine and Near Fine with porous surfaces (£40 - £80) 967) Isle of Man (7) Pennies 1813 S.7415 (2) NVF/GF and Good Fine/Fine the second with some pitting, Halfpennies (5) 1798 S.7416 (2) the first VG the second Near Fine, cleaned, 1813 S.7416 (3) VG, Near Fine and Fine, Isle of Man Halfpenny Tokens 1831 Ramsay (2) Davis 25 VG and Near Fine (£20 - £40) 968) Italian States - Sardinia 5 Lire (3) 1826 KM#116.2 About Fine/Near Fine, 1827 KM#116.2 Fine, 1848 KM#130.2 Fine/ Good Fine, Italy 5 Lire 1879R KM#20 About Fine (£150 £200) 969) Italian States (3) Naples 120 Grana (2) 1834 KM#309 Near Fine/Fine, 1850 KM#346 Near Fine/Fine, Sardinia 5 Lire 1827 KM#116.2 Fine with some contact marks, Italy 5 Lire (2) 1874 M BN KM#8.3 Good Fine or a little better, 1879 KM#20 Fine (£125 - £175) 970) Italy and related (53) Italy (44) 10 Lire 1927R KM#68.1 (2) Fine and Good Fine, 5 Lire (2) 1927R KM#67.1 NEF, 1930 KM#67.1 GVF, 2 Lire (4) 1863 N BN KM#16.2 About Fine/ Fine, 1863 N BN KM#6a.1 Fine, 1887 KM#23 Fine, 1916R KM#55 Good Fine, One Lira (9) 1863 M BN KM#156.1 Near Fine/Fine, 1863 T BN KM#5a.2 Fine, 1863 M BN KM#5a.1 Near Fine, 1884R KM#24.1 VG/Near Fine, 1886R KM#24.1 VG, 1887M KM#24.2 Fine, 1907R KM#32 GF/NVF, 1915R KM#57 EF, 1917R KM#57 Good Fine, 50 Centesimi 1863 N BN KM#14.2 Good Fine, 10 Centesimi (8) 1867H KM#11.3 VF, 1893 B/I KM#27.1 GF/NVF, 1911 50th Anniversary of the Kingdom KM#51 (4) all around Fine, 1925R KM#60 GEF with traces of lustre, 1938R KM#74 NEF with traces of lustre, 5 Centesimi (4) 1918R KM#42 VF, 1923R (2) KM#59 EF and A/UNC with lustre traces, 1925R KM#59 A/UNC with lustre traces, 2 Centesimi (6) 1900R KM#30 VF, 1905R KM#38 Good Fine/Fine, 1911R KM#41 NVF/ VF, 1917R (3) KM#41 Fine/GF, Fine/NVF, and Good Fine/ Fine, One Centesimo (6) 1895R KM#29 Good Fine, 1900R KM#29 A/UNC with a trace of lustre, 1904R KM#35 Fine and Good Fine, 1915R KM#40 Good Fine, 1917 KM#40 VF, San Marino (7) 5 Lire 1935 (2) KM#9 Good Fine and VF both nicely toned, 10 Centesimi (4) 1894R KM#2 Fine, 1935R KM#13 NVF/GF, 1937R KM#13 (2) VF and VF/NVF, 5

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Centesimi 1935 KM#12 A/UNC with traces of lustre, nicely toned, Vatican (2) 10 Lire 1934 1900th Anniversary Jubilee of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ KM#18 GVF with gold tone, 5 Lire 1939 KM#28 Lustrous UNC (£80 £140) 971) Jersey 1/13th Shilling (3) 1841 GVF, 1858 VF, 1866 NVF, 1/26th Shilling (3) 1841 VF, 1851 VF/GVF cleaned and retoned, 1866 Lustrous A/UNC, along with 1/12th Shilling (15) 1877 GVF/VF, 1888 VF, 1909 A/UNC and lustrous, 1911 Lustrous EF, 1923 GVF/EF, 1931 GVF/NEF, 1933 GVF, 1937 VF, 1945 Liberation - George VI Lustrous UNC, 1945 Liberation - Elizabeth II Lustrous UNC, 1957 VF/GVF, 1960 NEF, 1964 VF (2), 1966 GVF, 1/24th Shilling (8) 1877H NEF, 1894 NEF, 1909 NEF, 1923 GF, 1926 GVF, 1935 GVF, 1947 Lustrous EF, 1/52nd Shilling 1841 NVF, 1/48th Shilling 1877 GVF, Threepences (3) 1957 UNC, 1964 A/UNC and 1966 A/ UNC, along with Silver Wedding 1972 Coins (4) Two Pounds Fifty Pence, Two Pounds, One Pound and Fifty Pence A/ UNC to UNC lightly toned, Five Shillings 1966 UNC, Decimal Coinage (11) Fifty Pence 1969 (2), Ten Pence 1968 (2), Five Pence 1968, Two Pence 1971 (2), One Penny 1971 (2) Half Penny 1971 (2) UNC and lustrous (£150 - £300) 972) Malta (6) 30 Tari (2) 1768 KM#266 approaching Fine, weak in the centre of the reverse, 1798 Dot below bust KM#345.3 Fine, ex-jewellery, 15 Tari 1772 KM#258.3 VG/ Near Fine, One Scudo 1796 KM#342 (3) Near Fine/Fine, Fine and Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £400) 973) Mexico 8 Reales (5) 1773 Mo FM KM#106.2 VG ExJewellery, 1775 Mo FM KM#106.2 VG, 1787 Mo FM KM#106.2 approaching Fine with uneven tone, 1788 Mo FM KM#106.2a VG/Near Fine, 1791 Mo FM KM#109 VG all with many chopmarks (£100 - £150) 974) Netherlands (10) Half Gulden (3) 1898 Milled edge KM#121.1 Fine, a scarce one-year type, 1904 KM#121.2 Good Fine, once cleaned, scarce, 1906 KM#121.2 Fine, scarce, 25 Cents (2) 1901 Wide Neck (back of truncation close to last N of NEDERLANDEN) KM#120.1 Near Fine, Very Rare, 1901 Normal neck back of truncation further from last N of NEDERLANDEN) KM#120.1 Fine, 10 Cents (2) 1828 B KM#53 approaching Fine, 1895 KM#116 Good Fine with some surface residue, scarce, 5 Cents (3) 1868 KM#91 (2) the first GF/NVF with some green surface residue, the second NEF/EF the obverse with uneven toning, this date one of the key dates in the series, 1879 KM#91 GEF with some pale lustre (£120 - £150) 975) New Hebrides 100 Francs 1966 KM1 83.5% silver crown sized issue (15) generally lustrous Unc (£220 - £320) 976) Norway (18) One Krone 1910 KM#369 About Fine, toned, rare, 50 Ore 1923 no centre hole KM#379 GVF scarce, 10 Ore (4) 1875 KM#345 VG, 1897 KM#350 Fine, toned, 1915 KM#372 Fine, 1917 KM#372 Fine, 5 Ore (4) 1875 KM#349 About Fine, scarce, 1876 KM#349 VG, 1896 KM#349 Fine, 1944 KM#388 Fine, 2 Ore (3) 1889 KM#353 VG, 1912 KM#371 Fine, 1919 Iron KM#371a Fine, Ore (4) 1889 KM#352 NVF, 1899 KM#352 Fine/Good Fine, 1910 KM#367 Good Fine, 1913 KM#367 Fine, One Skilling 1819 KM#286 VG (£40 - £60)

977) Norway (4) One Krone 1908 Crossed hammers without shield KM#369 GVF/VF, 50 Ore (2) 1898 KM#356 GVF, 1912 KM#374 About Fine, 2 Ore 1917 Iron KM#371a Fine or better with some uneven tone, Rare (£100 - £200) 978) Palestine (7) 100 Mils 1940 KM#7 GVF, 50 Mils 1933 (2) KM#6 VF with a few spots and hairlines, and Fine/About Fine, 20 Mils (4) 1940 Cupro-Nickel (2) KM#5 both VF, 1942 Bronze (2) KM#5a the first NEF, the second VF/GVF with a small spot on the reverse (£100 - £200) 979) Portugal (10) 500 Reis (3) 1847 KM#471 NVF/VF, 1871 KM#509 Good Fine, 1896 KM#535 Bright VF, 200 Reis (2) 1891 KM#534 Fine, 1909 KM#549 Good Fine, 100 Reis (3) 1900 (2) KM#546 NF and Fine, 1909 KM#548 NVF, 50 Reis 1900 Fine, 50 Centavos 1930 KM#577 Fine, many cleaned, along with ‘Coin Collection from Israel’ a 44-piece set stuck to card includes Pruta, Lira and Shekel series, also Palestine (2) One Mil 1927 and 5 Mil 1939 each Good Fine (£25 - £50) 980) Russia One Rouble (4) 1844MW C#168.2 Good Fine, nicely toned, 1896 AГ Y#59.3 About Fine/Good Fine, 1899 фЗ Y#59.3 Fine, 1899 ЗБ Y#59.3 VG (£90 - £120) 981) South Africa Mint Sets (88) 1967 (7 coins) One Rand to One Cent, English legends (8 sets), 1967 (7 coins) One Rand to One Cent Afrikaans legends (9 sets), 1968 (7 coins) One Rand to One Cent English legends (7 sets), 1968 (7 coins) One Rand to One Cent Afrikaans legends (9 sets), 1969 (7 coins) One Rand to One Cent English Legends (7 sets), 1969 (7 coins) One Rand to One Cent Afrikaans legends (8 sets), 1970 (8 coins) One Rand to Half Cent (21 sets), 1974 (8 coins) One Rand to Half Cent (8 sets), 1978 (8 coins) One Rand to Half Cent (11 sets) UNC in the original plastic wallets of issue some coins with toning (£300 - £500) 982) South Africa Proof Crowns (10) 1953, 1954 (2), 1956 (3), 1957 (2), 1958 (2) all KM#52 nFDC to FDC retaining considerable mint lustre and brilliance, some with light contact marks (£120 - £150) 983) Straits Settlements 20 Cents (8) 1877 VG, Rare. 1879H VG cleaned, Rare. 1880H VG, Rare. 1882H NVF/GF, 1894 VF/ NVF. 1895 VF lightly toned. 1898 GF/NVF with some light hairlines. 1899 Good Fine, the obverse with a heavier contact mark (£100 - £200) 984) Straits Settlements Half Cents (5) 1872H (2) Fine with pitted surfaces, and VF/NVF with some light verdigris, 1873 (3) Fine with some scratches, VG/Near Fine, and Fair/NVG, all scarce or rare (£75 - £150) 985) Swiss Cantons - Basel Medalet or Jeton undated Obverse: A gardening scene SINE NVMINE FRVSTRA , Reverse: MAG. BAS.IVVENTVTI ST.V BPABEION D D in 5 lines, Good Fine, France Medalet 1838-1841 Birth and Baptism of Louis Phillipe Albert of Orleans 15mm diameter, Good Fine, France Jeton undated 32mm in brass, Fine with shortage of flan at 2 to 3 o’clock, GB George III Gaming Counter 1800 Fine, France Jeton 1605 Maison Commune VG holed, Crusades - Frankish Greece Billon Denier 14th Century About Fine, Medal Vincent Van Gogh Museum 51mm diameter in gilt base metal, UNC boxed, A Religious brass Jeton undated, Obverse: Figure of Christ, Reverse Cross

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above IHS, 18mm diameter, 2.38 grammes, Fine, Medal 1902 King Edward VII/Queen Alexandra 27mm diameter in lead? undated, no legend, Near Fine with scratches, Jeton in copper in the style of a Queen Anne Shilling 24mm diameter in bronze? Near Fine, along with two ancient imitation coins VG to Fine (£20 - £40) 986) Switzerland 5 Francs Silver Issues (39) 1936B Confederation Armament Fund KM#41 (10), 1948B Swiss Constitution Centennial KM#48 (10), 1963B Red Cross Centennial KM#51 (19) GEF to UNC most with lustre a few with pleasing tone (£300 - £450) 987) Turkey - Ottoman Empire Silver Akce (9) a mix of types, Near Fine to Fine some on irregularly shaped flans as often, Spanish Netherlands- Flanders 2 Denier 1607 KM#6 Fine on an irregular flan, India Temple Tokens (2) both undated one marked 999 silver Good Fine and EF, China Spade money Fine with green patina, China Fantasy Dollar, early 20th Century styling, 26.31 grammes, VF silver content unknown, Indian States Copper Dump Coinage (4) all around Fine, Maldives copper Half Larin KM#35.1 with date partially off the flan Fine, Ancient Greece - Ionia Miletos Silver 1/12th Stater Obverse: Lion’s head right, Reverse: Stellate pattern within square 510-494BC 0.89g, Fine/Good Fine, Ancient India South Region, Copper Kasu, 3.22 grammes Near Fine, Nepal Copper Paisa VS1950 4.34 grammes Near Fine on an Irregular flan (£75 - £150) 988) USA (36) Quarter Dollars (2) 1919 Fair, 1929 VG/Near Fine, Ten Cents (27) 1871 Fine, holed, 1903 NVG, 1907 VG, 1911 Near Fine, 1911 D VG, 1916 VG, 1917 VG, 1919 D NVF, 1920 Good Fine, 1923 Fine, 1925 Fine, 1928 NVF, 1929 Fine, toned, 1930 Fine, 1934 Fine/Good Fine, 1935 VG/Fine, 1936 Near Fine, 1937 Fine, 1938 VF, 1939S GVF, 1941 VF toned, 1942 Good Fine, 1943S Fine, 1943D VF toned, 1944 Lustrous EF, 1988P Good Fine, 1991D NEF, Three Cents (3) 1852 Silver Good, 1867 Nickel, Fine, 1868 Nickel, Fair, Two Cents (4) 1864 (2) Good and VG, 1865 VG (2) (£130 - £220) 989) USA (42) Half Dollars (2) 1971D EF, 1972 A/UNC, Ten Cents (14) 1916 (2) VG and Fine/Good Fine, 1920 Near Fine, 1920S Good Fine, 1923 Fine, toned, 1928 Near Fine, 1928S Fine, 1929D NVG, 1930 VF, 1934 Fine, 1939 (2) both VG, 1941 NVF, 1943 VF, Five Cents (24) 1867 No Rays, Near Fine/Fine, 1868 Fine with some stains, 1896 VG, 1899 VG, 1903 Good Fine, 1908 VG, 1916 (2) NVF and Fine, 1926 Fine, 1927 VG, 1929 Fine, 1930 (2) both approaching Fine, 1935 (2) Near Fine and Fine, 1935D VG, 1936 (2) Near Fine and Fine, 1938 Fine, 1943P VF, 1943S Good Fine, 1944P A/UNC and lustrous, 1961 Fine, 1974D EF, Three Cents 1867 Nickel Near Fine with some scratches, Two Cents (2) 1864 Large Motto, repunched date, 1 and 8 doubled, Breen 2376 About Fine, 1864 Large Motto VG/Near Fine, 1865 VG, along with a small group of mixed GB and World (6) GB (2) Halfcrown 1892 VG, Shilling 1943S VG, Cyprus 9 Piastre 1901 VG, France 100 Francs 1955 VF, Hong Kong Ten Cents 1948 About Fine, China Kwangtung Province Brass Cash VG (£110 - £200) 990) USA (5) Dime 1884 Breen 3425 Fine, Three Cents (2) 1865 Doubled date (vertical) Breen 2413 VG the doubled date very clear, 1868 Breen 2418 Fine with an attempted drill

mark at the top on the obverse, One Cent 1859 Breen VF or better and pleasing, Fantasy Dollar 1853 on base metal, ‘One Tallar’ reverse, in the style of a Gold Dollar 13mm diameter, 1.18 grammes Fine (£50 - £100) 991) USA Dollars (17) 1878 Good Fine/Fine, 1880 O GVF/VF, 1882S GEF/AU and lustrous, 1885 O VF, 1887 O Fine, 1889 VF, 1890 GVF, 1892 NVF/Good Fine, 1896 O (3) Good Fine, NVF and VF/NVF, 1899 O (2) GVF/VF and NVF/GF, 1900 O (2)About Fine, and Fine the second with grey tone, 1902 GVF, 1904 NVF (£340 - £380) 992) USA Dollars (30) 1878S (1), 1879 (1), 1880S (1), 1882 (1), 1884 (1), 1884O (1), 1885O (1), 1886 (1), 1889 (11), 1889O (1), 1890 (2) 1896 (3), 1897S (1), 1898 (1), 1900 (1), 1902O (2), the 1900 GVF and cleaned, the others NEF to UNC many with lustre, a pleasing group (£600 - £700) 993) USA Dollars (36) 1922 (12), 1922S (1), 1922D (1), 1923 (7), 1923D (1), 1923S (2), 1924 (3), 1925 (6), 1925S (1), 1926D (1), 1926S (1) NEF to UNC many with good lustre, a very pleasing group (£700 - £800) 994) USA Half Dollar Commemoratives (5) 1923S Monroe Doctrine Centennial, Breen 7458 VF, 1925 LexingtonConcord Sesquicentennial, Breen 7462 VF/NVF with a small dig on either side, weakly struck in the centre of the reverse as often, 1926 American Independence Sesquicentennial, Breen 7466 VF, 1946S Booker T. Washington, Breen 7565 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks, 1952 Washington/ Carver, Breen 7585 Lustrous GEF (£50 - £125) 995) USA Hard Times Token 1834 W.P.Haskins - S.B.Schenk Planing Machine Near Fine, along with Halfpenny Tokens 19th Century (3) Warwickshire - Coventry 1793 Lady Godiva Fine, Lancashire - Manchester 1793 engrailed edge Fine, Lancashire- Lancaster 1794 Duke of Lancaster/ Shield VG, Pennies 19th Century 1812 Sheffield S.Hobson & Sons Button Manufacturers Fair, Penny Token Birmingham undated Jackson and Listers Fair, Penny Token Sheffield 1813 Overseers of the Poor, VG (£25 - £50) 996) USA Morgan Dollars (38) 1878 (2), 1879, 1879O (3), 1880 (3), 1880S (1), 1880O (1), 1881 (1), 1882O (1), 1883 (1), 1883O (1), 1884 (1), 1884O (1), 1885 (1), 1885S (1), 1887 (1), 1889 (1), 1889O (2), 1890 (3), 1891 (2), 1898 (1), 1899S (1), 1900 (5), 1900O (1), 1901O (2), VG to GVF a few cleaned (£650 - £750) 997) USA Morgan Dollars (8) 1880 Good Fine, 1884 About Fine, 1887 O VG, 1889 Fine, 1890 NVF/Good Fine, 1896 Fine, 1899 S Open 9’s, Medium Narrow S, Breen 5661 Near Fine, 1921 17 Berries Breen 5704 VF, along with France 5 Francs 1873A hollowed out with two small penknives inside VG/ Fine unusual (£80 - £100) 998) USA One Dollar (6) 1881S (2) the first UNC/AU and attractively toned, the second UNC with an original light pastel tone, 1887 About UNC and lustrous, 1922 Lustrous UNC or near so the obverse with some contact marks, 1923 (2) the first lustrous About UNC, the second AU/ GEF, Austria Thaler 1780 Maria Theresa Restrike EF/UNC (£75 - £150)

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999) USA Peace Dollars (23) 1922 (8), 1922D (1), 1923 (2), 1923D (1), 1924 (1), 1925 (6), 1926S (3), 1935S, Good Fine to GVF (£350 - £400) 1000) World (10) Hong Kong (4) Five Cents 1900H KM#5 Near Fine/Fine, One Cent (2) 1876 KM#4.1 Near Fine/Fine, 1879 KM#4.3 VG/Near Fine, One Mil 1863 KM#1 About EF, Sumatra 4 Kepings 1804 Thin planchet KM#267 About Fine, Courland (2) Three Groszy 1765 ICS KM#26 lightly creased, overall Fine, Grossus 1763 ICS in copper KM#23 VG, Italian States - Papal States - Bologna Half Bolognino 1737 KM#201 VG, East Africa Pice 1898 KM#1 Near Fine/ Fine with some surface residue, France Quarter Franc 1842B KM#740.2 Fine with grey tone (£60 - £90) 1001) World (13) Straits Settlements One Cent 1845 KM#3 Fine/ Good Fine, Hong Kong One Cent (2) 1877 KM#4.1 NVF/VF, 1901H KM#4.3 Good Fine, India - Ancient Central Asia Silver Drachm Kumaragupta I, 414-455AD Obverse: Capped Bust, right, Reverse: Garuda - a mythical bird-like creature facing, 13-14mm diameter, 1.98 grammes, Good Fine, Indian States - Hyderabad Copper Dump Coinage Paisa (8) late 19th to early 20th Century all but one 9.95-10.8 grammes, the remaining example 6.2 grammes, Fair to VG, India Mughal Empire square silver Rupee Fine (£20 - £40) 1002) World (14) Dutch India Negapatam Gold Fanam Early type, 17th to 18th Century, 9mm diameter, 0.38 grammes Good Fine, Indian Princely States - Travancore Velli Fanam undated (1864) KM#24.1 Fine, Scotland Penny Alexander III VG with a large edge chip, GB Silver Hammered Penny, worn, Poland 3 Polker 1624 NVF, Spanish Netherlands Jeton 1662 30mm diameter in copper Philip IIII Good Fine, France Jeton 1666 Louis XIIII and Maria 25mm diameter in copper VG, France - Feudal Arches-Charleville Liard 1609 VG/Fine, Brazil 5 Reis 1787 Fine, Netherlands - Overijssel Duit 1765 Eagle Near Fine, Russia Polushka 1735 KM#187 VG, Netherlands - Gelderland-Zutphen 6 Stuivers 1691 KM#26.1 NVG, a byzantine bronze in low grade, and a 10mm diameter piece unattributed in silver? Obverse with facing head, reverse with winged caduceus , no legends, possibly a spielgeld piece? GVF looks to have been attached to a mount at some time (£60 - £120)

KM#786.2 UNC, 50 Ore 1936G KM#788 A/UNC, 10 Ore 1857 ST KM#710 GVF, Turkey 5 Kurush AH1327/1 (1909) KM#786 EF, Egypt 5 Qirsh AH1327/6 (1914) VF/GVF toned, Australia Sixpence 1910 KM#19 NVF/GVF toned, France (2), 5 Francs 1946C Open 9, KM#888.2 GVF/VF, One Franc 1898 KM#844.1 Lustrous EF, Italy (2) 500 Lire 1966 Lustrous UNC, 5 Lire 1927R KM#67.1 About EF, South Africa Shilling 1893 KM#5 Fine, scarce, Austria 2 Corona 1913 KM#2821 VF/NEF (£65 - £95) 1005) World (7) Iran 5000 Dinars (5 Kran) AH1306H KM#1106 NVF, Bahrain 500 Fils (2) AH1368 (1968) Opening of Isa Town KM#8 EF cleaned and GEF, Cyprus 12 Pounds 1974 Archbishop Makarios X#M9 Lustrous UNC, Morocco 500 Francs AH1376 (1956) Y#54 (3) VF with some hairlines, GVF and NEF (£80 - £120) 1006) World (approximately 7 Kilos) in mixed grades (£40 - £80) 1007) World a small group (4) Canada Dollar 1935 KM#30 EF/NEF with some contact marks, Germany - Democratic Republic Ten Marks 197375th Anniversary of the Birth of Bertolt Brecht KM#45 EF, France 10 Francs 1984 50th Anniversary of the Death of Marie Curie Silver Proof KM#955a nFDC with some light toning, German States - Frankfurt Thaler 1860 KM#360 GF/NVF (£80 - £100) 1008) World a small group (5) India One Rupee 1862 Bombay Mint type A/II 1 dot/2 dots KM#473.1 NVF, Guernsey 8 Doubles 1834 S.7200 GVF, Jersey (2) 1/13th Shilling 1851 S.7004 GF/NVF, 1/26th Shilling 1851 S.7005 NVF, GB Penny Token 1812 Non-Local, Withers 1391-3 Near Fine/Fine (£65 - £85) 1009) World a small group (5) South Africa 2 1/2 Shillings 1896 KM#7 NEF/GVF the reverse with some scratches above the eagle, Denmark Two Kroner 1876 (h) HC/CS KM#798.1 Near Fine/About Fine, Ceylon Half Stiver 1815 KM#80 Fine/ Good Fine, German East Africa One Rupie 1911A KM#10 VF/GVF with some hairlines, France 100 Francs 1958 Privy Mark Owl KM#919.1 VF and scarce (£100 - £120)

1003) World (17) USA (4) Dollars (2) 1923 Near Fine, 1926S Fine, Half Dollar 1919 VG, One Cent 1873 Open 3 in date VG scuffed on the obverse, scarce, Spain (3) 5 Pesetas (2) 1871 (Year 71) Fine, 1885 MS-M (Year 87) Barcelona Quarto 1810 VG/NVG, France 10 Centimes (4) 1855MA Good Fine, 1871K Fine/VG, 1873A VF, 1888A Fine, Denmark (6) 12 Skilling 1716 Fine, One Skilling 1771 Fine, Rigsbankskilling 1842 FK/VS, VG/Fine, Skilling Rigsmont 1856 Fine, cleaned, 10 Ore 1912 Fine, 5 Ore 1874 Near Fine (£140 - £180)

1010) World a small group (7) Germany - Weimar Republic Five Reichsmarks 1930A KM#56 VF with some surface residue, Cyprus 9 Piastres 1913 KM#13 Fine or better, the key date in this short series, Denmark 2 Kroner 1875 (h)HC/CS KM#798.1 Fine, toned, German States - Prussia One Sixth Thaler 1855A KM#464 Fine/Good Fine, scarce, Canada Newfoundland 5 Cents 1888 Good Fine/Fine toned with some light verdigris on the obverse, Rare, British Guiana Four Pence 1926 KM#29 VG/Fine, Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks 1974F 25th Anniversary of Constitutional Law KM#138 Silver Proof nFDC with toning (£50 - £100)

1004) World (19) Canada (2) 25 Cents 1901 KM#5 Good Fine, 10 cents 1871 KM#3 Near Fine/Fine, Hungary 5 Pengo 1938 900th Anniversary of the Death of S.Stephen KM#516 UNC, India Quarter Rupee 1840 Madras W.W.S Raised on truncation KM#454.4 VF, USA Half Dollar Commemorative 1982 George Washington Silver Proof nFDC with practically full original brilliance, Ireland Ten Shillings 1966 Pearce S.6646 UNC, Sweden (5) Two Kronor 1897 Oscar II Silver Jubilee KM#762 VF, Two Kronor 1907 Golden Wedding of Oscar II and Queen Sofia KM#776 EF, One Krona 1938G

1011) World an interesting group (53) Luxembourg Five Centimes 1860A Fine, Haiti 20 Centimes 1863 Good Fine, Tunisia One Franc 1915A Near Fine, Australia (4) Pennies (2)1942 Fine, 1949 Good Fine, Halfpennies (2) 1949 VG/Fine, cleaned, 1950 VG/Fine, cleaned, Sweden (2) Daler 1716 Emergency Coinage KM#354 VF, 1/8 Riksdaler 1833 CB Fine, France One Franc 1894A VG, Dominican Republic 2 1/2 Centavos 1888 Good Fine, Venezuela 5 Centimos NVF with a small stain on the obverse, Germany - Bavaria 10 Pfennig 1917 Octagonal struck in Zinc, GVF with some spots, South Africa

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(7) Threepences (3) 1952 Near Fine/Fine, 1958 VG/Fine, 1959 VG/Near Fine, Penny 1949 GVF, Farthings (3) 1952 GVF/NEF with lustre, 1954 Lustrous UNC with a few small spots, 1956 UNC with practically full lustre, East Africa (4) Five Cents (2) 1921 NEF with traces of lustre, 1964 GVF, One Cent (2) 1923 Fine, 1942 Lustrous GEF, British West Africa (18) Two Shillings 1938H EF, Shilling 1920KN FT52 NVF, Sixpences (2) 1919H GVF/VF toned, 1936KN VF/NEF with some spots and some remaining lustre, Threepences (3) 1913H VF, 1920KN NEF, 1945H Fine, Pennies (4) 1909 (Nigeria) VF, 1936H Edward VIII Lustrous UNC, 1936KN Edward VIII GEF1952H GVF, One Tenth Penny (7) 1908 (Nigeria) A/UNC and lustrous, 1910 (Nigeria) A/UNC and lustrous, 1920KN GEF, 1923KN A/UNC, 1928 (2) Near Fine and Fine, 1936 George V FT280 A/UNC, Netherlands Half Cent 1865 VF, Norway (2) Two Ore 1891 NVF, One Ore 1884 VF, Finland Penni (3) 1901 NEF, 1907 NVF, 1911 EF with traces of lustre, Greece Two Drachma 1926 Fine, New Zealand Halfcrowns (2) 1950 Fine/Good Fine, 1953 Fine, Switzerland Five Rappen 1919NVF, Canada 10 Cents 1959 Near Fine (£70 - £120) 1012) World Crown-sized (3) France Ecus (2) 1770L Bayonne Mint KM#564.9 About Fine, 1786M Toulouse Mint KM#564.10 Fine/Good Fine with some heavy adjustment marks, Peru 8 Reales 1795 LIMAE IJ KM#97 NVF/VF the obverse with some scratches (£120 - £150) 1013) World Crown-sized (4) Austria Thaler 1752 KM#1966x Near Fine/Fine, France Ecu 1775W Lille Mint KM#564.16 Good Fine with some scratches, France 5 Francs 1870A KM#819 NVF/GF, Monaco 50 Francs 1974 25th Anniversary of the Reign of Prince Rainier III KM#152.1GEF/AU and lustrous with a hint of golden tone (£175 - £225) 1014) World Crown-sized (4) France Ecu 1783 mintmark Cow, Pau Mint, Privy Mark: Hand of Justice KM#572 NVF/GVF with signs of light filing on the edge, Austrian Netherlands Kronenthaler 1764 KM#21 Near Fine with a flan flaw on the reverse, German States - Bavaria Thaler 1771 KM#519.2 Good Fine with some light adjustment lines, as often found on this issue, German States - Mainz Thaler 1771DF KM#380 Fine or better (£150 - £200)

1017) World Crown-sized (7) France 5 Francs 1868BB KM#799.1 GVF, Italy 5 Lire 1872 M BN KM#8.3 GF/NVF with grey tone, Ethiopia Birr EE1892 KM#19 VG Ex-Jewellery, Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1872 KM#82 Good Fine, Latvia 5 Lati 1931 KM#9 EF/AU, Portugal One Escudo (2) 1915 KM#564 GVF, 1916 KM#564 NEF and lustrous (£150 - £200) 1018) World Crown-sized in silver (13) Australia Crowns 1937 KM#34 (2) Fine/Good Fine and Good Fine, South Africa Crowns (4) 1951 KM#40.2 VF/GVF toned, 1952 300th Anniversary of the Founding of Capetown (3) KM#41 NEF/EF toned, GEF and A/UNC toned over original lustre, New Zealand Crown 1949 KM#22 Near EF, Southern Rhodesia Crown 1953 Cecil Rhodes KM#27 EF, Isle of Man Crown 1992 Seated Siamese Cat, Silver One Ounce Proof KM#332a nFDC with practically full brilliance, Cook Islands 50 Dollars 1990 Endangered Wildlife - Grizzly Bear Matt Silver KM#52 UNC with a few small spots, Singapore Ten Dollars 1972 Hawk KM#9.1 AU/GEF, Ethiopia 25 Birr EE1977 (1970) Mountain Nyala, KM#62a Silver Proof nFDC lightly toned, Belgium Trade Coinage 5 Ecu 1987 KM#166 Prooflike A/UNC and lustrous with some golden toning (£150 - £250) 1019) World Silver (13) GB Shilling William III poor the rest mostly 20th century issues including crowns and issues in high grades, Non Silver (36) including West Germany 2 Marks 1951 (3), a group of high grade GB 1953 issues and USA Lincoln Cent Error (£100 - £160) 1020) Year Sets (64) in perspex holders all different and from a wide variety of countries, base metal issues mostly lustrous Unc - BU, along with mixed date year sets which include some silver issues Ireland with 1966 10/-, ZAR with silver 3d, 6d, 1/-, 2/- and 2/6, South Africa with silver 1 Rand, West Germany with silver 5 Marks these in mixed grades. Proof Sets British Virgin Islands 1973, India 1974 with silver 10 and 50 Rupees, Jamaica 1976, USSR 1973. Mint Sets France 1964, Ecu Piedfort Set 1992 these generally Unc - FDC and cased as issued (£120 - £220)

1015) World Crown-sized (4) Netherlands - West Friesland Silver Ducat 1790 KM#128.3 Fine, Bolivia 8 Reales 1805 PTS PJ KM#73 VG, Brazil 960 Reis 1818R KM#326.1 VF nicely toned with some contact marks, Brazil 960 Reis 1820R KM#326.1 Fine with evidence of the understuck coin on both sides (£125 - £175) 1016) World Crown-sized (5) French Indo-China Piastre 1898 8 over 7 type as KM#5a.1 the variety unlisted in Krause, the underlying 7 very clear, presumably rare, Greece 5 Drachmai 1876A KM#46 Fine with some contact marks, Cyprus 45 Piastres 1928 KM#19 VF cleaned, with an edge bruise, Spain (2) 20 Reales 1855 KM#593.3 Good Fine/ Fine, 5 Pesetas 1897 (Year 97) SG-V KM#707 Good Fine with some hairlines (£150 - £200)

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Sunday Sale -6th June 2021 British Tokens (lots 1021-1036) 1021) 17th Century Kent (11) Farthing Goudhurst - John Austen W284 VG, Farthing Gravesend Thomas Hill W296 VG, Farthing Gravesend -John Watson 1653 W308 Fair, Farthing Greenwich E.B. At The George W314 Fine, Halfpenny Hythe Jon Bassett 1670 W357 Fine, holed, Halfpenny Maidstone - Rob Brooke 1670 W381 Good Fine with two planchet clips, Farthing Maidstone - Robert Heath W382 Fair, Farthing Maidstone - James Rose W385 VG, Farthing Maidstone - Richard Walker 1658 W389 Fine, holed, Farthing Maidstone - Steven Weeks W395 VG, Farthing Maidstone - Richard Wicking W397 VG (£110 £140) 1022) 17th Century Kent (11) Farthing Milton-Next-Gravesend - Walter Nin 1666 W419 Fair, Farthing Milton-NextSittingbourne Willam Bissy W429/30 Near Fine, Halfpenny Milton-Next-Sittingbourne George Reeve 1667 W435 VG, Halfpenny Minster - John Dyer W436 Fair, Farthing Ramsgate - Clement March 1658 W453 VG, Farthing Rochester - Alice Cobham W463 Fair, Halfpenny Sandwich - Henry Fvrnice W498 Good Fine, Halfpenny Sandwich Thomas Kingsford W500 VG, Farthing Strood - Philip Ewer 1666 W536 Fair, Farthing Strood - Hennere Figgett 1654 W537 VG, Farthing Sturrey - Thomas Ionhson W542 Near Fine (£100 - £120) 1023) 17th Century Kent (7) Farthing Deal - James Coston 1653 W148/9 Fair, Farthing Deal - John Pittock 1656 W156 Near Fine, Farthing Deal - Peter Underwood W161 VG, Halfpenny Dover Town 1668 W198 VG holed, Farthing Dover Town 1668 W199 Fine, Farthing Dover - Edward Chambers 1649 W205 VF/About VF, Farthing Dover - Jane Collier W206 Fine, all with attributions, the lats two with Norweb envelopes (£100 - £120) 1024) 17th Century Kent (7) Farthing Dover - Richard Cullen 1656 W208 Fair, Farthing Dover - D.C.M At the Leopouldos 1651 W209 Clear VG, Farthing Dover - Martha Fford 1659 W212 Good Fine, Farthing Dover - Thomas Fidg W213 Good Fine/ Fine, Farthing Dover Tho. Kite 1656 W223 Fair, Farthing Dover - John Thomas W224 VG or better, Farthing Dover Thomas Sharnal 1658 W230 Fair, all with attributions, the first four with Norweb envelopes (£90 - £120) 1025) 17th Century Kent (9) Halfpenny Appledore - John Bourne 1669 W1, Fair/Fine, holed, Halfpenny Canterbury - John Cardon 1656 W47 Fair, Halfpenny Canterbury - James Cheever W50 VG/Fair, Halfpenny Canterbury - Thomas Field 1666 W57 Fair, Halfpenny Canterbury - Thomas Jennings W61 About Fine, Halfpenny Canterbury - Francis Maplisden W63 About Fine, Farthing Canterbury - Walter Maplisden 1666 W65 Good Fine, Halfpenny Canterbury Jeremiah Masterson W66 (Octagonal) VG, Farthing Canterbury W.E.M at the Three Kings W81 Fine, all with attributions (£120 - £150) 1026) 17th Century Suffolk (13) Halfpenny Beccles Town 1670 W5 About Fine, Farthing Beccles - Will Crane W6 Fair, Halfpenny Bury St. Edmunds - Edward Barnbe 1669 W39

VG, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds - John Baythorne 1657 W40/42 Fair, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds - Thomas Bull W44 About Fine, Halfpenny Bury St. Edmunds - John Chesson 1669 W47 Fair, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds - John Farecloth 1667 W53 Fine, Farthing Bury St. Edmunds -Henry Headach W62 VG, Farthing Clare - George Crisp 1656 W97 Near Fine, Farthing Debenham - Augustine Cullyer 1666 W108 VG with bold legends, Halfpenny Ipswich Town 1670 W158/9 Fine, Farthing Ipswich - William Spaldinge 1656 W190 Poor, Farthing Woodbridge - Henery Stebbinge 1656 W362/3 Fair (£180 - £220) 1027) George Washington Lord’s Prayer Souvenir Tokens (2) undated Obverse: Bust of Washington right, GOD AND OUR COUNTRY, Reverse : The Lord’s prayer in 15 lines, holed at the top one with red ribbon and one with green ribbon attached NEF and EF, reported to be souvenirs from the celebration when the Eastern leg of the railroad and the Western met to complete the First Railroad across America, at Promontory, Utah, referring to the Golden Spike Ceremony commemorating the joining of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads May 10, 1869. Other similar tokens, also holed, without the ribbon were issued at the World Columbian Exposition in 1893 (£100 - £120) 1028) Halfpennies 18th Century (19) F-VF three with edge problems from Angusshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Essex, Hampshire, Lancs and Middx, Farthing 1797 damaged, all attributed on an enclosed list (£60 £100) 1029) Halfpennies 18th Century (41) a wide variety, from circulation generally collectable F - VF along with 18th Century Farthings (7) F-VF (£200 - £300) 1030) Halfpennies 18th Century (50) a wide variety, from circulation average VF, some pleasing (£300 - £400) 1031) Halfpennies 19th Century (3) British Copper Company Essex - Walthamstow (3) 1813 Davis 38 NEF/GVF, 1813 Davis 39 NEF with a few small spots, 1814 Davis 42 this suggested by Davis to be a pattern, Withers states more likely to be a contemporary counterfeit, 8.66 grammes, NEF (£70 - £90) 1032) Halfpenny 18th Century Cornwall - Falmouth 1797 Obverse: A spread Eagle, Reverse: FALMOUTH INDEPENDENT VOLUNTEERS 1797, Milled edge, DH3, Good Fine/Fine, scarce (£30 - £50) 1033) Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Lutwytches, Plain edge, DH219b About EF with a few small edge nicks, (£40 - £60) 1034) Ireland Ranelagh Polo Club 1914 Members Pass 25mm x 39mm Oval, with Polo player on horseback with date below, enamelled in three colours red, white and pale blue, with suspension loop, by Vaughtons Ltd, Birmingham, fair workmanship, Cheltenham - Museums Association Jubilee 1939 Oval badge 30mm x 39mm by Thomas Fattorini Ltd, Birmingham, numbered 423, enamelled in 6 colours, with pin back, very good workmanship (£30 - £60)

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1035) Market Tokens, Transport, Advertising and Commemorative Tokens (204) a varied group, in mixed grades (£150 - £200) 1036) Shillings 19th Century (2) Yorkshire - York 1811 Cattle & Barber, Y on blade to the right of the last 1 in the date, Davis 60 NEF with some contact marks, Gloucestershire - Gloucester One Shilling undated Reverse: PAYABLE AT Jas WHALLEY’S GLOUCESTER & AT No.10 CHARLOTTE ST. FITZROY SQUARE LONDON, Davis 10, Lustrous EF (£50 £100)

Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 1037-1104) 1037) Admiral Vernon - Capture of Portobello 1739 Eimer 550 variety, a pinchbeck medal, unsigned, Obverse: Bust three-quarters length, in frock-coat and holding staff. THE. BRITISH.GLORY REVIV.D.BY.ADMIRAL.VERNON. Reverse: Six Ships entering Portobello Harbour. HE.TOOK.PORTO. BELLO.WITH.SIX.SHIPS.ONLY Exergue: NOV.22.1739, 12.00 grammes, Fine (£70 - £100) 1038) 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, along with 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 (£25 - £50)

and War Medal 1939-1945 GVF to GEF with ribbons, East Yorkshire Regiment cap badge, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps cap badge, Germany Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2.Klasse (Non combatant), along with three unnamed prize medals (boxed), Safe driving medal 1946-1955, Punctual Attendance Medal 1908-1909 London County Council in white metal VF, George V Silver Jubilee Medal 1935 35mm diameter in brass showing the names of many Commonwealth countries GVF pierced for suspension, Edward VIII Coronation medal 38mm diameter in white metal NVF, pierced for suspension, and a small medalet bearing the portrait of Joan of arc VF (£50 - £100) 1045) Coronation of Edward VII 1902 31mm diameter in silver by G.W.de Saulles Eimer 1871b (3) EF to A/UNC all with pleasing tone, and each in a Royal Mint red box of issue (£140 - £180) 1046) Coronation of George IV 1821 35mm diameter in copper by B. Pistrucci, The Official Royal Mint issue, Eimer 1146, Obverse: Bust left Laureate GEORGIUS IIII D.G. BRITANNIARUM REX F.D. Reverse: George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue: INAUGURATUS/ DIE. JULII. XIX. / ANNO.MDCCCXXI, 22.67 grammes, a small flattening on the highest part of the truncation, otherwise UNC attractively toned, a very attractive example, comes with the round red case of issue, seldom seen in this high grade (£300 - £400)

1039) Birmingham Mint Castles and Palaces Silver Ingot 12 piece set aU-Unc some starting to tone and in a wooden presentation box (£150 - £250) 1040) Britannia Medal 2007 Victoria Cross Winners, the reverse design includes John Travers Cornwell, the youngest recipient of a VC, Captain Albert Ball of the Sherwood Foresters and Royal Flying Corps (later the RAF), and Guy Gibson, leader of the Dambuster raid 5oz. Silver Proof, nFDC with a hint of toning, in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1041) Britannia Medal 2009 Henry VIII and his six wives, 65mm diameter 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1042) Britannia Medal 2011 75th Anniversary of the ‘Year of the Three Kings’ (1936) 5oz. Silver Proof with gold plated portraits on the reverse, FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1043) Britannia Medal 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof, the reverse inset with 60 small diamonds, FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1044) Campaign Medals (8) World War I British War Medal to 36515 Pte. F.Bayford E.York Reg.World War II (7)19391945 Star (2), Atlantic Star (2), Africa Star and Italy Star,

1047) Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in silver Eimer 1922a the official Royal Mint issue, 88.55 grammes, UNC or very near so in the red box of issue (£140 - £180)

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1048) Coronation of George VI 1937 57mm diameter in silver Eimer 2046a by P. Metcalfe, The official Royal Mint issue, 84.06 grammes, ,Matt finish a choice example, UNC in the original red box of issue (£120 - £150) 1049) Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 36mm diameter in copper by B. Pistrucci, The Official Royal Mint issue, Eimer 1315 Obverse Bust left draped and wearing a bandeau. VICTORIA. D.G. BRITANNIARUM REGINA F.D. Reverse Victoria enthroned left, receives a crown from Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM Exergue. INAUGURATA DIE JUNII XXVIII MDCCCXXXVIII, 23.87 grammes, UNC and nicely toned, a few small contact marks in the obverse field barely detract, seldom seen in this pleasing grade, in a square black contemporary box (£225 - £275) 1050) Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by C. Davis, Obverse: Head of the Queen left, garlanded with roses, thistles and shamrocks, VICTORIA D:G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F:D: Reverse: Queen Victoria enthroned, on a raised stage, being crowned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. To the right she is proclaimed by the figures of Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia; to the left she is attended by Justice and Industry, a winged herald and cherub above, with a lion and cornucopia below. H.M.G. MAJESTY VICTORA . BORN MAY 24th 1819 . ASCENDED THE BRITISH THRONE JUNE 20th 1837. In exergue: CROWNED JUNE 28th 1838. Signed DAVIS BIRM. to the right of the design, BHM 1807, 81.66 grammes, A/UNC and lustrous with a few small spots, Rare (£130 - £160) 1051) Coronation of William IV 1831 33mm diameter in copper by W.Wyon Eimer 1251 The official Royal Mint issue after F.Chantrey, Obverse : Bust of William IV right, with raised C on truncation, WILLIAM THE FOURTH CROWNED SEP:8 1831, Reverse: Bust, right, diademed, of Queen Adelaide ADELAIDE. QUEEN CONSORT. CROWNED SEP : 8 1831. UNC and attractively toned, the odd small spot in the fields barely detracts, in the round case of issue, the lid detached (£225 - £275) 1052) Coronation of William IV 1831 33mm diameter in silver by W.Wyon Eimer 1251 The official Royal Mint issue after F.Chantrey, Obverse : Bust of William IV right, with raised C on truncation, WILLIAM THE FOURTH CROWNED SEP:8 1831, Reverse: Bust of Queen Adelaide right, with raised C on truncation, ADELAIDE QUEEN CONSORT. CROWNED SEP:8 1831, with a striking flaw in the reverse field behind the Queen, UNC and beautifully toned, retaining a prooflike appearance, comes in the red fitted case of issue (£400 - £600)

1053) Cuba (15) includes an Order of Che Guevara medal, a good mix of types, in base metal GVF to EF (£50 - £100) 1054) Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1817a, 84.57 grammes A/UNC toned with some minor contact marks on the reverse, in the Royal Mint red box of issue (£100 - £150) 1055) First World War group of three awarded to Pte. E. Cook, 1914-15 Star (as CH.19000 Pte E. Cook R.M.L.I) and British War Medal and Victory Medal (as CH.3455-S Pte E. Cook R.M.L.I) EF, along with London County Council - London Fire Brigade Good Service Medal (4th Type) 38mm diameter in bronze, awarded to Fireman E.W.Cook GEF, comes with small photo of the fire crew (£60 - £100) 1056) France - Ardennes - Sedan region Jeton 1644 Manufacture of Dijonval, 37mm diameter octagonal in silver, 20.62 grammes, Reverse: a draped female figure seated to the left, on bundles of woollen cloth, on one reads LAINE D’ESPAGNE (Spanish Wool). Her right hand rests upon the handle of a bladed tool with the blade touching the ground, her left hand holding a skein of wool placed on her knee, in the left field the front of a galloping horse, with a seascape behind with three ships under sail. In exergue: MANUFACTURE PAIGNON / ETABLIE EN 1644. The obverse a large ornate P within a wreath of oak leaves and olive branches Near EF with attractive peripheral golden toning. Our research has found that the copper version is listed as rare, and that a silver example exists in the Museum of Ardenne in Charleville-Mezieres. A most interesting piece of French pre-industrial heritage. Cataloguers Note: Cloth-making has taken place in Sedan since the 16th

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Century and developed under the influence of Protestant refugees. The Dijonval factory near Sedan was created in 1646 by Nicolas Cadeau, and until 1666 they were the only manufacturers of fine sheets in France. In 1711 Dijonval was bought by Paignon who expanded the factory that would continue to be used until the 20th Century. In it’s heyday in the 18th Century, the factory employed around 14,000 people, including 10,000 in the countryside weaving and spinning wool. (£70 - £150) 1057) George III Visited Lyndhurst, Lymington Southampton and Weymouth 1789 bronze 30mm VF, Marquis of Granby British Hero 27mm bronze Fine, The Prince of Wales Model Sovereign 1854 Victoria Young Head obverse brass 22mm EF, Industrial Exhibition of North Wales 1876 Wrexham 45mm copper probably about as struck but with some light green patina in parts BHM 3034, Thomas Charles of Bara 1885 Welsh Legends SABBOTHOL YN NCHYMRU etc White Metal 44mm EF holed at 12 o’clock BHM 3201, Victoria Jubilee 1887 copper 22mm Old Head Bust obverse, shield in wreath reverse GEF, Visit of George V and Queen Mary to Cardiff 1912 44mm White Metal EF pierced for suspension, George V Official Silver Jubilee 1935 in silver 30mm GEF nicely toned, QE II Coronation 1953 in silvered bronze matt finish 38mm Britannia with Lion reverse with river and London buildings in the background GEF and pleasing BHM 4445, Prince of Wales Investiture 1969 brass 32mm GEF along with an oval piece UNDEB CHWARELWYR GOGLEDD CYMRIE (£60 - £120) 1058) George V Silver Jubilee 1935 the official Royal Mint issue, by P. Metcalfe, 57mm diameter in silver with matt finish, Eimer 2029a, 85.56 grammes, A/UNC (£50 - £100) 1059) George V Silver Jubilee 1935 the official Royal Mint issue, by P. Metcalfe, 57mm diameter in silver with matt finish, Eimer 2029a, 85.90 grammes, UNC with some very small rim nicks evident under magnification, in the red Royal Mint box of issue (£120 - £150)

1062) International Society of Postmasters 1975-1977 Official Commemorative issues, a collection of 36 all Crown-sized and in .925 Silver, housed in an album on their respective First Day Covers, with all inserts, all coins Proofs, 24 Troy oz. .925 Silver weight nFDC to FDC (£450 - £550) 1063) International Society of Postmasters a collection of 13 Silver Crown-sized Proofs, January 1975-January 1976 issues, nFDC to FDC housed in the album of issue, along with Chinese Coins a 10 coin set of Cash Coinage 16441911 covering Shun-Chi to Shuen-Tung dynasties, these modern replicas, as made, Straits Settlements One Cent 1884 VG, Ceylon 10 Cents 1944 VG, Singapore 5 Dollars 1981 Changi Airport UNC in a slide case, GB (15) Five Pound Crowns (2) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary, Fifty Pence 1973 EEC, Florins (3) 1963, 1965, 1966, Shillings (7) 1948S, 1954E, 1954S, 1955S, 1956E, 1958S, 1966S, Penny 1967, Halfpenny 1965 in mixed grades, Medals (4) SEAP Games 1973 UNC in the slide case of issue, Greenwich Meridian 1984 in bronze UNC, London Zoo 2000 in bronze UNC, Singapore Jurong Bird Park 40mm diameter, undated, in Bronze UNC (£140 - £200) 1064) 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. 21.26 grammes, UNC or very near so and attractively toned, in the red Royal Mint box of issue (£100 - £120)

1060) Germany - Otto von Bismarck 100th Anniversary of Kaiserproklamation und Reichsgrundung 1871-1971 34mm diameter, 15.83 grammes, Obverse: Uniformed Bust left, three-quarters facing, OTTO VON BISMARCK . DER GRUNDER DES DEUTSCHEN REICHES Reverse: Ceremonial scene with HH 999.9 on the steps of the design, Lustrous Mint state (£600 - £750)

1065) 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. 22.40 grammes, A/UNC and lustrous with a gentle edge bruise, in the red Royal Mint box of issue (£80 - £100)

1061) International Society of Postmasters 1975-1977 Official Commemorative issues, a collection of 36 all Crown-sized and in .925 Silver, housed in an album on their respective First Day Covers, with all inserts, all coins Proofs, 24 Troy oz. .925 Silver weight, nFDC to FDC (£450 - £550)

1066) Israel a large collection of Medals (250) in plush albums and presentation packs, many impressive large sizes, many in the 50mm to 80mm size range, almost all are bronze issues, includes one example in .935 silver and weighing 116 grammes, some with coloured details on the reverse, the vast majority UNC, along with medallic covers (2) The Test Cricket Centenary 1877-1977 comprising Silver Crownsized Medal Lustrous UNC and set of 5x 18p stamps, in the green folder of issue with certificate, The Apollo-Soyuz Space Mission 1975 comprising Silver Crown-sized Medal Proof FDC, with pair of US and Russia stamps, on the cover of issue, along with Book: Israel Government Coins and Medals Corporation Ltd.1982 Edition, this in very good second-hand condition(large lot over 44 Kilos) (£50 - £300)

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1067) Liberation of the Falkland Islands 25th Anniversary 2007 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1068) Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society 1894 ‘FOR BRAVERY AND SAVING LIFE’, 39mm diameter in Bronze, General medal type 3, awarded to Charles McKinley for Gallant Service, GEF (£250 - £350)

1069) Medallic issues and paranumismatic items (72) includes modern issues (26) covering a wide array of subjects, including William Shakespeare, The Spanish Armada, Edward VIII, Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Niss Sarah Ferguson, Classic Milled and Hammered Coin designs, Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, Una and the Lion and more, all Crown-sized, the Una and the Lion marked ‘COPY’ all GEF to UNC and lustrous, also gold painted Pre-Decimal coins, modern medals and fantasy pieces, base metal issues, in mixed grades (£10 - £50) 1070) Medals - Coronation types, a 3-piece set comprising Queen Victoria Coronation 1838 53mm diameter in BHM 1806, in silvered bronze? (bronze only is recorded) believed to be a 1960’s restrike , Obverse: Bust of the Queen, almost facing, diademed, VICTORIA CROWNED AT WESTMINSTER JUNE 28 1838 IN THE 20 YEAR OF HER AGE , in field: SPES ALMA RERUM, uniface UNC, King Edward VII Coronation in 45mm diameter in bronze, Obverse: Bust of the King in Coronation robes, crowned, facing three quarters right EDWARD VII KING & EMPEROR, Reverse: a ribbon inscribed EDWARD VII ALEXANDRA CROWNED JUNE 26TH 1902 and sceptre, a radiant crown, within a wreath UNC, and King George V Coronation 1911 44mm diameter in silvered bronze? by F.Bowcher, Obverse: Conjoined busts of King George V, bare headed in military uniform, and Queen Mary, wearing tiara, left KING GEORGE . V // QUEEN MARY. Reverse: a radiant Crown upon an Orb above sceptre and olive branch IN COMMEMORATION OF THE CORONATION JUNE 22nd 1911 BHM 4056 UNC in a fitted case by Vaughtons Ltd, Birmingham (£200 - £250) 1071) Medals (2) a pair awarded to Dr. Lionel P. Shadbolt comprising a fob-pendant style 9 carat gold inscribed ‘FOR GALLANTRY IN SAVING LIFE’ , the back inscribed ‘PRESENTED TO Dr. LIONEL P. SHADBOLT by the PASSENDGERS OF THE

3PM Boat LIVERPOOL TO EASTHAM 21st Sept 1902 and hallmarked below NEF, with Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society Medal 38mm diameter, 3rd type in silver, edge inscribed ‘DR. LIONEL P. SHADBOLT FOR RESCUING A WOULD BE SUICIDE FROM THE RIVER NEAR THE LANDING STAGE 21st SEPT. 1902 GEF both boxed (£475 - £575)

1072) Medals (6) Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 25mm diameter in silver, the official Royal Mint issue VF, Queen Elizabeth II Coronation 1953 34mm diameter in base metal UNC boxed, Death of Winston Churchill 1965 39mm diameter in silver Obverse: Bust facing, no legend, Reverse: THE RT. HON. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL K.G., O.M., C.H. 1874-1965, with J.T & Co. stamp and silver hallmark below, Matt Finish UNC boxed, Welshpool and Llfair Light Railway 75th Anniversary 1803-1978 38mm diameter in base metal, UNC boxed, Prize Medals (2) World Dancing Championships 1922 in bronze NEF in box, the box with the lid detached, Heaton Junior Technical School 39mm diameter in base metal- 1944 Athletics - Senior 100 Yards Handicap awarded to K.F.Robson UNC boxed, A brass Sovereign weighing scale, Enamelled Shilling 1887 in five colours, fair workmanship, Two Pounds 1995 Peace Dove UNC (2) both in Second World War Commemorative packs (£25 - £50) 1073) Memorial Medal for Fran Carol Marshall in silver, 40mm diameter ,Obverse: bust left SVRREXERVINT:FILII: EIVS. ET: BEATISSIMAM: PRAEDICAVERVNT, 1882 on truncation, Reverse: inscription within wreath )NATA XXI MAII MDCCCXII DENATA XVIII IVNII MCMI and below ANNO AETATIS NONAGESIMO, VF/GVF with two edge knocks, the obverse with some thin scratches (£40 - £60) 1074) Military Medal - for Bravery In The Field awarded to 85348 Dvr. E.J.Bricknell D.36/BDE: R.F.A, He joined in February 1915 and went to France in July of the same year, serving there until the cessation of hostilities. He was awarded the Military Medal for great bravery, remaining at his post while in great danger, comes with group of three comprising 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal (to 85348 Dvr. E.J. Bricknell R.A) VF to GVF, the group of three with ribbons, comes with group of five photographs (£200 - £400)

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1075) Of Masonic Interest - Caledonian Corkers Prize Medallion, Lodge 253 in 9 carat gold, and inscribed ‘G.I.O.L.C.C Presented to Bro G Canning for services rendered 1899’ on a 9 carat gold chain total weight 12.53 grammes, in very good condition, comes with a presentation box (£180 - £220) 1076) Of Masonic interest, Ancient Order of Foresters Sash, The British United Order of Oddfellows - a White metal medal on a long maroon wide ribbon, National Independent Order of Oddfellows, an embroidered apron 18cm x 14cm, The Order of Druids Sash on purple ribbon, somewhat faded in places, another, unnamed pale green Masonic collar, Stonehenge Lodge embroidered star, a group of assorted pins, (9) with three in silver, A pair of masonic apron jewels by Toye & Co. Ltd. London, Royal Antediluvean Order of Buffalos Pin Badges (2) along with a set of Berlin Verkehrsbetriebe clips with images of logos and in shapes of train, bus and tram (7 pieces) in good second-hand condition, in mixed condition (£25 - £50)

1082) Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 Argentina issue 34mm diameter in silver by J.D (?) Eimer 1822 Obverse: Bust of the Queen, left, veiled, SEMPER HONOR, NOMENQUE TUUM LAUDESQUE MANEBUNT 1837-1897. Rev: Flags of Great Britain and Argentina, crossed, IN COM. LX ANN. ACC. VICTORIAE BRITT. REG. IND. IMP. BUENOS AIRES. A/UNC and with an attractive golden tone with touches of blue and green (£50 - £80) 1083) Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 the large Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in 24 carat Gold, weight 95.12 grammes, Eimer 1817a, About EF with light contact marks and minor edge nicks, always a desirable type, in the official red Royal Mint box of issue. Eimer shows a mintage of just 3725 medals minted (£4,700 - £5,500)

1077) Peru Proclamation medal for the Peruvian Rebellion against the Spanish, 1840, 29mm diameter in silver, Fontrobert 9065, 12.26 grams, About UNC and lustrous, scarce (£150 - £200) 1078) Peru, Opening of the Cuzco mountain road February 1928, 37mm diameter in silver with loop mount at top Obverse: Vehicle on the mountain road, Reverse inscription in 11 lines EF (£70 - £120) 1079) Prince George First Birthday 2014 22 July, 39mm diameter, Obverse: Shields in cruciform, with crossed sceptres MAGNAE BRITANNIAE, Reverse large G with floral emblems within, struck in 22 carat gold and weighing 34 grammes, FDC or near so with odd small flecks of toning, in the box of issue with certificate, number 34 of only 45 minted (£1,200 - £1,800)

1080) Prince William and Catherine Middleton Royal Engagement 2010 5oz. Silver Proof with selective gold plating Proof FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1081) Prize Medals (2) Shire Horse Society 45mm diameter by Mappin & Webb, London, in silver, 48.09 grammes, EF toned, in the red box of issue, Worshipful Company of Musicians 55mm diameter in silver by C.B.Birch named to J.W.Martindale, Cassel Prize 1952, 95.3 grammes EF with some hairlines, boxed (£45 - £75)

1084) Royal Birth of Prince George 2013 22 July, 39mm diameter, Obverse: Shields in cruciform, with crossed sceptres MAGNAE BRITANNIAE, Reverse legend within a wreath H.R.H PRINCE GEORGE OF CAMBRIDGE 22 July 2013 with gemstone at the top of the reverse, struck in 22 carat gold and weighing 34 grammes, FDC or very near so in the box of issue with certificate (£1,200 - £1,800)

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with date in exergue, Eimer 377 NVF with some pitting, Medal The Great War - Liverpool Victoria Legal Friendly Society 20mm, diameter in 9 carat gold, 2.32 grammes, presented to L.E.Milton Good Fine with loop mount at the top, Guinea Weight James I, Obverse: Bust right half length.I.R..MA.BRI. Reverse: Crowned XXI S in two lines Good Fine, Pennies (2) Edward I with much of the legend worn, Henry III Long Cross, London Mint moneyer Nicole Fine, heavily die-clashed (£100 - £120) 1094) Special Constabulary Long Service Medals Elizabeth II (2) both 36mm diameter in bronze no clasps, NEF and VF cleaned, the latter struck on a 3.5mm thick flan (£25 - £50) 1085) Royal Mint Medal 2011 40th Anniversary of Decimalisation 65mm diameter 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120) 1086) Russia Order of Labour Glory (established 1974) Third Class in silvered bronze, awarded for exceptional Labour achievements, numbered 169217, GVF with all enamelling intact, with ribbon (£75 - £100) 1087) Russia World War II - ‘For Battle Merit’ awarded for combat action resulting in a military success, courageous defence of State borders or successful military and political training and preparation’ VF with ribbon (£75 - £100) 1088) Russia World War II - Order of Honour, numbered 778744, GVF with all the red enamelling intact, with ribbon (£85 £125) 1089) Russia World War II - Order of the Red Banner, numbered 305670, VF with all red and white enamelling intact, some gold plating remains (£85 - £125)

1095) The Britannia Commemorative Society a 30-medal set each medal 44mm diameter in .999 silver medals depicting Benjamin Disraeli, Henry VIII, Lawrence of Arabia, Richard III, Francis Bacon, The Royal Navy, Westminster Abbey, The Black Prince, John and Sarah Churchill, Gilbert and Sullivan, Boadicea, The Battle of El Alamein (2), Conquest of Mount Everest, Inigo Jones and Sir Christopher Wren, London Guildhall, Gordon and Kitchener, Henry II and Eleanor - The First Plantagenets, Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson, Robert Bruce, George Bernard Shaw, The Four Saints - George, David, Patrick and Andrew, Duke of Monmouth Rebellion, Clive of India, Roman Britain, Rudyard Kipling, Jonathan Swift, Jacobites, Henry V, Queen Elizabeth II each issued by the Britannia Society, Prooflike UNC, a few with light toning, total weight 40 troy oz. in the large black album of issue (£800 - £900) 1096) The Marriage of HRH The Prince of Wales and Mrs. Camilla Parker Bowles April 9 2005, 39.94 grammes, in 22 carat Gold Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate, number 0042 of 1000 issued (£1,400 - £1,800)

1090) Russia World War II - Soviet Order of the Patriotic War Second Class badge with screw back, VF (£65 - £75) 1091) Russia World War II - The Order of Glory Third Class, numbered 488374, VF with ribbon (£85 - £125) 1092) Silver Medals (Covers) (3) China, Peoples Republic of China 1.1.1949 map of China reverse, obverse with Chairman Mao Tse-Tung silver and marked .999 and marked CHI (Val Cambi of Switzerland) Unc and starting to. Nepal Medal and Stamp Cover 25th Anniversary of the First Ascent of Mount Everest June 1 1978 by Franklin Mint and in their wallet of issues with Namche Bazar post mark 29.5.1978 and showing the signatures of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary. The Centenary of Test Cricket 1977 crown sized silver commemorating the first test match which was at Melbourne cricket ground post mark 9 Mar 1977 Unc in The Birmingham Mint’s Wallet of Issue (£35 - £100) 1093) Simon de Passe Counters or Gambling Counters in silver (2) Henry III and Edward II each depicting a half length portrait of the monarch, with details of the monarch’s reign, and with coat of arms on the reverse also incuse, both designs incuse, pleasing VF, Medal, Treaty of Ryswick - Fortunes of Prince James 1697 25mm diameter by N.Roettier, Obverse: Bust left, IAC: WALLIAE PRINCEPS, Reverse: Dove with olive branch fly above a calm sea, MANSVRAE N. VNTIA PACIS:

1097) The Papal Visit to Britain 2010 65mm diameter 5oz. Silver Proof with selective gold plating FDC in a Westminster box with certificate (£75 - £125) 1098) The Railway Sesquicentennial Medallic First Day Cover 1975 comprising Crown-sized silver medallion Prooflike UNC and a set of 4x stamps 7p, 8p, 10p and 12p, UNC in the wallet of issue, 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Michelangelo Medallic First Day Cover comprising Crownsized silver medallion Prooflike UNC with set of stamps, 40 Lire, 50 Lire and 90 Lire UNC in the wallet of issue, GB Silver Stamp replicas each 60mm x 45mm and in sterling silver, total weight 9.5 Troy oz, UNC with some light toning, Commemorative plaques 1977 Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II each oval 65mm x 50mm with a silver shieldshaped coat-of-arms, UNC in a wooden glass-topped frame (£220 - £280)

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1099) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 Eimer 1817a The official Royal Mint issue in bronze 56mm diameter, 69.26 grammes, Obverse: Bust left, crowned, veiled and draped, VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX MDCCCXCVII, Reverse: Young Head of the Queen, left, dividing inscription LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA. Below: 1837 upon a branch tied with ribbon, the Official Royal Mint issue, GEF nicely toned with some light contact marks and small rim nicks, in the official red box of issue. tiny spots on and by the veil, otherwise UNC and evenly toned, uncased (£35 - £55) 1100) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 Eimer 1817a The official Royal Mint issue in silver 56mm diameter, 81.77 grammes, Obverse: Bust left, crowned, veiled and draped, VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX MDCCCXCVII, Reverse: Young Head of the Queen, left, dividing inscription LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA. Below: 1837 upon a branch tied with ribbon, the Official Royal Mint issue, GEF nicely toned with some light contact marks and small rim nicks, in the official red box of issue (£80 - £100)

1104) Visit of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia to England 1844 52mm diameter in silver, by L.C. Wyon, Obverse: Bust, right NICOLAS . I . TOTIUS . ROSSIAE . IMPERATOR., Reverse: NICOLAUS I TOTIUS ROSSIAE IMPERATOR REGINAE BRITANNIARUM VICTORIAE AMICUS ET HOSPES 1844 in 7 lines, Eimer 1386, Diakov 577, housed in a lunette-style case UNC and boxed, Eimer lists at £2700 in EF (£2,000 £2,500)

1101) Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 Eimer 1817a The official Royal Mint issue in silver 56mm diameter, 83.09 grammes, Obverse: Bust left, crowned, veiled and draped, VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX MDCCCXCVII, Reverse: Young Head of the Queen, left, dividing inscription LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA. Below: 1837 upon a branch tied with ribbon, the Official Royal Mint issue, UNC with peripheral blue toning, in the official red dated box of issue (£110 - £140) 1102) Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 77mm diameter in copper, Eimer 1733 the official Royal Mint issue, Obverse Jubilee Head left facing bust VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX, Reverse enthroned figure of Empire, facing, flanked by standing figures of Science, Letters and Art to left with Industry and Agriculture to right. Below: the five interlinked shields below ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALASIA, and AFRICA, 218.15 grammes, UNC with a small spot on the back of the veil, in the red box of issue with descriptive card (£250 - £300) 1103) Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 77mm diameter in copper, Eimer 1733 the official Royal Mint issue, Obverse Jubilee Head left facing bust VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX, Reverse enthroned figure of Empire, facing, flanked by standing figures of Science, Letters and Art to left with Industry and Agriculture to right. Below: the five interlinked shields below ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALASIA, and AFRICA, 217.06 grammes, UNC with a small spot in the obverse field, hints of pastel toning enhance the eye appeal of this impressive large issue, in the red box of issue with descriptive card (£250 - £300)

Miscellaneous Items (lots 1105-1147 ) 1105) A brass ashtray 68mm diameter with Isle of Man and Triskelion design, in good second-hand condition (£20 £30) 1106) A brass Sovereign weighing scale , along with a set of 4 brass weights, for 50 Sovereigns, 30 Sovereigns , 20 Sovereigns and 10 Sovereigns respectively , the 30, 20 and 10 marked Doyle & Son, London, in good used condition,

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with a group of Bank bags from Pre-Decimal times (14) (£25 - £75) 1107) A miniature portrait of King James I carved in bone in high relief, of good style, within a thin brass frame, an unusual item, in good second-hand condition (£200 - £250) 1108) A Victorian gaucho coin studded money belt with three pockets comprising a fastener of six Argentina Pesos 1882 and having a large hand-engraved buckle stamped ‘J.Fernandez’. The main leather body of the belt has 20 Centavos (115) and 10 Centavos (25) Argentina and Bolivia issues all 1880s, in mixed grades, this and other attachments gives a total silver weight in the region of 25 Troy oz. An unusual item. (£650 - £750) 1109) Abafil, Milan, small quality coin case leather and velvet, two trays each with insets for 6 crown sized coins (£25 - £35) 1110) Accessories - A Retired Ex-Dealers group comprising Aluminium carrying cases (4) 6-tray, 7 tray (2) and 8-tray sizes, an Abafil case complete with 10 trays to hold various sizes of coins, additional coin trays to fit the cases (34) to hold various coin sizes, a Numis Coin album with pages and dividers, in slip case, Hagner Banknote sheets as new, (13 packs of 10 pages) each page hold three strips (storage for 390 notes), a series of Banknote album page dividers with the names of the various Treasury and Bank of England Chief Cashiers (12), and a group of 6 wooden coin trays in a folding box, all in very good second-hand condition (Total weight over 28 Kilos) (£100 - £150) 1111) Antique Spoons (2) with coins as the spoon bowls Norway Specie Daler 1694 HCM KM#194 edge reading DET KLIPPERNEYDER VOR BERGMAND UDBRYDER HVAD HYTTEN DA GYDER AF MYNTEN VI NYDER (edge B), Fine dished, Rare, Spanish Netherlands - Brabant Ducaton 1668 KM#79.1 Fine/VG dished, the spoons matching, an interesting antiquity (£350 - £450) 1112) Badges and Medals a mixed group (26) includes Special Constabulary Bronze Medal with Long Service 1940 clasp on the ribbon, a Royal Automobile Club pair of elliptical badges with text ‘Will Finder kindly write to The Royal Automobile Club quoting No. A 16618 Pall Mall, London. S.W.1’, these in excellent condition, also includes some enamelled items some of these with a Northern theme, includes Bradford, West Riding and Keighley , some by Fattorini and Sons, in mixed grades (£40 - £80) 1113) Books - Standard Catalog of World Paper Money Pick Vol II General Issues (2) 6th and 9th Editions, Krause World Coins 1801 - 1991 18th Edition, English Paper Money Duggleby (2) 4th and 7th Editions, Banknote Yearbook 2002, Collectors Banknotes 2008, Coin Year Book 1987, Coins Market Values 1976, a selection of books and pamphlets (18) concerning the histories of banks and paper money along with a selection of past auction catalogues and dealers lists (over 21 kilos gross weight), second hand (£0 - £50) 1114) Books - Standard Catalogue of British Coins Seaby 1969, Australian Coins and Banknotes 2013, Australian Decimal Banknotes, Banks of Issue in Australia and Australian

Banknotes by Vort-Ronald, Australian Banknotes in Full Colour, Renniks Australian Coins and Banknotes 19th Edition, Scottish Banknotes Douglas (small editions 1984) vol 1 and 2, Banknote Yearbook 5th Edition, second hand (£0 - £50) 1115) Books (23) an interesting selection, includes The Numismatic Chronicle (10 Volumes) - The Royal Numismatic Society 1973-1982 editions, Coin Hoards (6 Volumes) Volumes 1-6 - The Royal Numismatic Society, 1975-1981 editions, Roman Coins And Their Values by David R. Sear 1970 Edition, The Coin Collector’s Encyclopaedia by Colin Narbeth 1968 edition, Facts and Fictions About Coins by Leon Lindheim 1967, Chinese Cash by O.D. Cresswell 1971, Rare Coins of America, England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany and Spain also Greek and Roman Coins by Wm Von Bergen 1889, British Coinage by W.A.C. Newwman Royal Institute of Chemistry 1953, Catalogo General de La Moneda Espanola Felipe V (1700) i Isabel II (1868) by Jose A.Vicenti 1971, most are in good second-hand conditional the 1889 book in Fair condition (£0 - £150) 1116) Books (6) British Historical Medals 1760-1960 Volume 2 ‘The Reign of Queen Victoria’ by Laurence Brown (2007 edition), Spink’s Catalogue of British Commemorative Medals 1558 to the present day with valuations by Daniel Fearon, 1984 Edition, The Banknote Yearbook 6th Edition (2009), The Banknote Yearbook 8th Edition (2013), British Military Authority Occupation Currency 1942-1956 Europe and North Africa by T.A.van Elmpt (2003), Standard Catalogue of British Coins 2004 (39th Edition), all in very good second-hand condition (£0 - £25) 1117) Books an interesting selection (10) English Copper, Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum First Edition 1960, this in good second-hand condition. Standard Catalogue of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland by B.A.Seaby (6 editions) 1938, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1952, and 1956 editions, ‘The Coins of Great Britain’ by Thorburn and Grueber (1904), ‘Chats on Old Coins’ by Fred W. Burgess (1928) and ‘Coin Collector’ by W.Carew Hazlitt these all in Fair condition (£0 - £50) 1118) Box for an 1887 11-coin long set, by Hearn, Numismatist 175 Piccadilly, London W1, some light wear to the edges, otherwise in very good second-hand condition (£50 - £75) 1119) Boxes for 1887 long sets (3) one in blue with SPECIMEN SET 1887 on the lid, the others of contemporary style, in Fair to good second-hand condition (£50 - £75) 1120) Cap Badges (140) a wide variety, in mixed condition (£100 - £150) 1121) Commemorative Plates (16) includes Wedgwood (11) includes Royal Family (6) 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial, 2003 50th Anniversary of the Coronation - Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip portrait, 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary Queen Elizabeth II portrait, 2004 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Queen on horseback, 2005 The Marriage of the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, Calendar plates (2) 2003 with floral design, and 2004 with garden design, 2005 60th Anniversary of VE Day (3) each with World War II Aircraft designs, Spitfire, Hurricane and

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Avro Lancaster, Spode 2013 The Birth of Prince George of Cambridge, Worcester 2013 The Birth of Prince George of Cambridge, Diana- Princess of Wales England’s Rose undated, in porcelain, undated World War II - This Is You Hour -Winston Churchill , by Timothy Noad, 2006 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday calendar plate with 12 different colour pictures of the Queen , by Timothy Noad, Danbury Mint Manchester United 100 Glorious Years with pictures of George Best, Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, Billy Meredith, Bryan Robson and David Beckham, most in the boxes as issued and in excellent condition (£25 - £75)

1129) Italy - Milan a brass coin scale set 1756 with a set of 8 contemporary weights, the scale in excellent condition, the weights GVF to EF, in the original fitted case with a note inside the lid ‘Bilancini fini della Fabbrica di Garlo Amadei in Milano nella Contrada de’ Bossi al Num. 1756.’ (£150 - £200)

1122) Convict Token engraved on a 1799 Halfpenny the Obverse engraved HF REMEMBER ME . TILL . I . COME . BACK . FROM . SYDNY. E.M.L.G Engraving Fine, the reverse VG (£25 - £50)

1131) Maundy Money boxes official Red Royal Mint undated 4-coin cases (38) with Maundy Money and the coat of arms in gold on the lid, four are dated, 1956, 1973, 1975 and 1981 respectively, in good second-hand condition (£120 - £150)

1123) Convict Token Engraved on a 34mm copper or bronze flan, CAPTAIN John Lancey Died June the 7th 1754 Aged 28 Years, the reverse in an ornate monogram style pattern (£75 - £175) 1124) Convict Token Engraved on a Copper Penny DEAR BROTHER AND SISTERS FORGET ME NOT KEEP THIS IN REMEMBERENCE JW TRANSPORTED 10 YEARS 1841, VF a tidily engraved and well executed example (£300 - £400)

1130) Maundy Money boxes (22) includes 11 dated boxes as follows: 1884, 1893, 1898, 1902, 1903 (2, both different), 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908 and 1934 , the other boxes a mix of Victoria to George V styles, in mixed condition all have working catches and hinges (£100 - £120)

1132) Maundy Money boxes unofficial Red 4-coin cases (33) 21 with Maundy Money in gold lettering on the lid, in good second-hand condition (£50 - £75) 1133) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Farthing 1849 a spectacular offcentre striking with 3mm blank flan with a large 2mm high ‘lip’ between 12 and 5 o’clock on the obverse. Obverse with just IA DEI GRATIA legend and part of the 49 part of the date on the flan, Fine/About Fine and boldly struck for the grade, an interesting and unusual piece (£150 - £200) 1134) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Fifty Pence undated Britannia reverse struck off-centre on an undersized 21mm diameter thin flan weighing 3.28 grammes, on the obverse only ELIZABETH II of the legend is on the flan, on the reverse only ENCE at the end of the legend is on the flan, EF and lustrous, highly unusual (£25 - £75)

1125) Convict Token Engraved on a Copper Penny JULY 3 FORGET ME NOT DEAR ELIZABETH 1832 WILLIAM TOOLEY AGED 18 TRANSPORTED FOR 7 YEARS with flowers and hearts alongside, VF a tidily engraved and well executed example (£1,000 - £1,400)

1135) Mint Error - Mis-Strike One Penny Token Sheffield 1812 a double reverse with one side incuse, similar to a brockage but the die axis does not align, as Withers 1045-47, VG/ Fine and unusual (£20 - £40) 1136) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Sixpence 1948 struck off-centre with 2mm blank flan between 12 and 6 o’clock thus causing a slight raised ‘lip’ Fine, Penny 1872 Fine with an unofficial ‘counterstamp’ causing by the coin being placed on a George III type Gaming token, Fine, unusual, as part of a group of minor Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (12) planchet clips, blank flan, some possibly done after minting (£20 - £50)

1126) Convict Token Engraved on a George III Halfpenny 1799 Dear Sister when this you see ,think on your unfortunate brother John England 1820 25th August, About Fine with olive branch above (£200 - £300) 1127) Convict Token Engraved on a George III Penny 1807, ‘Mary Bennett (Green?) 3’ in 4 lines, with some parts not clear VG (£25 - £75) 1128) Engraved Mexico 8 Reales 1774 Mo FM KM#106.2, the obverse with an ornate monogram KB and JUNE 29 1786 engraved in the fields, Fine/NVF (£20 - £40)

1137) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Ten Pence 1971 an off-metal strike in bronze? Weighing 9.92 grammes VF/GVF and unusual (£100 - £120) 1138) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Twenty Pence 1993 struck on an undersized 19mm flan, weighing 3.27 grammes, the lower part of the legend below the Queen’s head in almost totally missing as is the raised rim. On the reverse the figure 20 is half off-flan as is the lower raised rim. EF and unusual (£25 - £75) 1139) Mint Error - Mis-Strike Twenty Pence Blank flan 4.89 grammes, EF, this similar to the 25 Pence Blank (c.1981) of similar weight and composition from the Tansley Collection sold in September 2005 (£140 - £180)

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1140) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Fifty Pence 1969 obverse and reverse slightly misaligned causing a ‘lip’ giving the appearance of a wider rim when viewed from the obverse,. 13.49 grammes, GEF the obverse with a small touch of surface residue, Two Pence undated (date off flan) struck on an undersized 22mm diameter flan, weighing 3.60 grammes,, part of the legend and date off flan, UNC with almost full lustre (£50 - £100) 1141) Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (6) Shilling 1954E Fine with lamination flaw on the obverse, Sixpence 1964 struck around 1mm off-centre causing a raised lip between 2 o’clock and 7 o’clock on the reverse, only a small part of the edge milling is visible, Fine, Brass Threepence 1966 with a straight planchet clip causing a ragged edge at 2 o’clock on the reverse, NEF, Pennies (2) 1937 struck off-centre with around 1.5mm blank flan causing a raised lip between 3 and 7 o’clock on the reverse Fine with some scratches, 1967 with a small planchet clip, EF and lustrous, Cliché medals (2) the first undated by Phillips Aldershot of London, uniface and 32mm diameter Obverse: Angel holding two laurel wreaths facing, with sun and seascape behind, the second 32mm diameter undated and uniface depicting a standing woman above a kneeling man crowning him with a laurel wreath, loosely based on the style of ‘Art is Obtained Through Labour’ by Nicolas Reyers (c.1780) both EF with light gold tone (£35 - £55) 1142) Postcards an accumulation, comprising Sussex (1355) includes Ardingly, Alfriston, Arundel, Battle, Bexhill, Brighton, Bognor Regis, Chichester, Eastbourne, Hastings, Hurstmonceux, Hove, Lewes, Pevensey, Rye, Worthing and more, Kent (452) includes Canterbury, Cliftonville, Dover, Folkestone, Margate, Maidstone, Rochester, Ramsgate, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge Wells and more, Surrey (226) includes Guildford, Dorking, Albury, Farnham, Croydon and more, and a mixed group (349) includes a group of Scottish types (32) with Tartan designs, many with ecclesiastical themes, many are early 20th Century with some sepia toned and some colour tinted types, many of the cards are unwritten, an interesting group and would appeal to the South-Eastern collector with over 1800 cards alone from Kent and Sussex with some smaller towns and villages noted, the vast majority in very good to excellent condition, also includes a number of empty vinyl storage sleeves (£0 - £200) 1143) Proof Set boxes for 1937 4-coin Gold Sets (7) in good second-hand condition some with wear to the edges (£100 - £120) 1144) Silver cutlery items, including 13 items bearing the George III duty mark, some of these by Wildman Smith of London, a set of 6x George III teaspoons by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, date letter I (1804) boxed, and a further 5 items bearing the Victoria duty mark, (total weight of the silver items around 2500 grammes) also includes a host of other non-silver items including more cutlery, condiment holders, a match case, and small boxes (non-silver items total weight 6273 grammes including boxes), total weight over 10 Kilos (£1,000 - £1,500)

1145) Silver Jewellery items (14) includes Crowns in pendant mounts (5) 1819 VG, 1887 a copy, once gilded, Fine, 1889 VG, 1890 VG, along with ID bracelets, brooches, an Indian snuff box, rings, a stoned tie-pin and St. John’s Ambulance Brigade medallions 1911-1941 inclusive, these in mixed condition, total .925 silver weight 18.8 Troy oz. (£350 £450) 1146) Stamps - China - The Postage stamps of China 2012 an impressively package book containing 6 Yuan stamps (3), 3 Yuan stamps (3), 1.5 Yuan (1), 1.2 Yuan (98) and 0.80 Yuan (1) and a pair of 2011 fabric stamps commemorating the Lunar Year of the Rabbit UNC, covering a variety of subjects such as Ren-Chen Year, Bank of China, Zhonghua Book Company, Modern Chinese Musicians, Birds - Waxwing and Peace Dove, Asian-Pacific Postal Union, Good Fortune stamps, Communist Youth League of China, Centenary of International Nurses day, Nanjhing University, 70th Anniversary of Talks at the Yan’an Forum on Literature and Art, Furniture of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Third Asian Beach Games, Red Footprints, Pension Schemes, National Museum of China, Games of the XXX Olympiad, Early Generals of the People’s Army, The Silk Road, Chinese Folklore, A Glimpse of Yanbian, Hetian Jade, Sanxingdui Bronze,Ci of the Song dynasty, Qin slips from Liye, Chinese Ceramics - Dehua Porcelain, 18th Antional Congress of the Communist Party of China, China Merchants, Taizhou Yangtze River Bridge and Bosphoros Bridge in Istanbul, 30th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the 1982 Constitution, Confucius Institute, and Audit of China, along with a commemorative coin for One Yuan 2012 UNC, and accompanying DVD, with text in Chinese and English, The Centenary of Tongji University an impressive package containing first day cover, along with a sheet of 16 1.20 Yuan stamps, and a sheet of 16 0.80 Yuan stamps, UNC in the orange folder of issue, Custom and Scenery of Shandong - Chinese stamp album of Shandong Theme an impressively packaged selection with a wide array of subjects, including Lecture Rooms, Confucius, Sunzi, Chinese Battles, Mount Taishan - The Eastern Sacred Mountain, Chinese Temple, Chinese Ancient Buildings, Birds, Modern Chinese industry and buildings, UNC in the attractive book of issue, text in Chinese and English (£20 - £50) 1147) World Stamps in three albums a wide variety of countries represented, includes South Africa, Rhodesia, Mauritius , East Africa, West Africa, French Africa, Zanzibar, Gibraltar, Malta, Canada, Newfoundland, Jamaica, Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, Peru, Ceylon, Hong Kong, Straits Settlements, China, Cochin China, Japan, Philippines, Siam, Greece, Netherlands, Italy, Monaco, Austria, Australia, Barbados, Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Cameroon, Denmark, Dominica, Egypt, Fiji, Finland, France, French Equatorial Africa, Germany, Gold Coast, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Ivory Coast, Kenya Luxembourg, Malaya, Malaysia, Monaco, Mozambique. New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Samoa, San Marino, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland Turkey, USA and many more, includes many early types, some 19th Century and early 20th Century, in mixed condition, the vast majority are postmarked, an interesting selection (£75 - £125)

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Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1148-1155) 1148) Ancient Rome Denarius Junia I (c.145-138BC) Obverse: Winged Helmeted head of Roma, right, X in field behind, Reverse: the Dioscuri galloping right with spears, C IVNI CF below ROMA in exergue, 3.53 grammes, Sydenham 392, Crawford 210/1 RSC Junia 1, RCV I 87, Fine with some surface pits, (£15 - £30) 1149) Antoninianus (12) Valerian (7) (1) Samosata Mint, Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Two Victories placing shield inscribed SC on palm VOTA ORBIS, 2.77 grammes RSC 279, Sear 9996 var, RIC 295 Good Fine or better with some surface residue, (2) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, [IMP C P LIC VAL] ERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Venus standing left, holds helmet and spear, leaning on a shield [VENUS] VICTRIX, 3.56 grammes, RIC 222, RSC 212, Sear 9980, Fine or better with weak striking on the legend as stated, (3) Viminacium Mint, Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing right holding spear and resting hand on shield VICTOR [IAE], 4.48 grammes, RIC V-1 225, RSC 241, Sear 9990 Fine, (4) Viminacium. Obverse: Bust right draped IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: Soldier standing left, right hand resting on shield, left hand holding spear VIRTVS AVGG, 3.35 grammes, RIC 227 Near Fine/About Fine, (5) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus facing each other holding spears, one holding Victory, the other holding a globe, VIRTVS AVGG, 3.88 grammes, RIC 292 NVF/GF, (6) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus facing each other holding spears, one holding Victory, the other holding a globe, VIRTVS AVGG, 4.06 grammes, Good Fine, (7) Antioch, Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Two Emperors sacrificing over altar, PIETAS AVGG, 3.76 grammes, RSC 153 Good Fine, Saloninus Antioch or Samosata Mint (258-260AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped SALON VALERIAN NOB CAES, Reverse: Saloninus standing right, holding spear and receiving flower from Spes, standing left and raising hem of robe SPES PVBLICA, 2.99 grammes, RIC V-1 36, Sear 10775 Fine, Salonina (2) (1)Obverse: Bust right, draped and diademed, on a crescent, SALONINA AVG, Reverse: Juno standing left holding sceptre and patera, peacock at feet, with star in left field, IVNO REGINA, 4.08 grammes, RIC 92, RSC 67, Sear 10641 Fine, (2) Obverse: Bust right draped and diademed, on a crescent, SALONINA AVG, Reverse: Emperor standing right receiving Victory from Roma seated left ROMAE AETERNAE, 3.27 grammes, RSC 103a, Sear 10651, RIC 67j Fine, Gallienus (2) (1) Obverse: Bust right radiate, draed and cuirassed, IMP C P LIC GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus stand facing each other holding sceptres globe and Victory, 4.27 grammes, RIC 455j, RSC 1311 Fine/Near Fine, (2) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped, GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing left holding globe and sceptre, IOVI CONSER AVG PXV in exergue, RIC 608a var.Fine or better (£120 - £180) 1150) Antoninianus (21) Gallienus (12) (1) 257-258AD (Joint Reign with Valerian) Rome Mint, 257-258AD Obverse: Bust right radiate, draped and cuirassed IMP C P LIC GALLIENVS P F AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus standing facing

each other, sacrificing at altar between them PIETAS AVGG 3.77 grammes, RSC792b, RIC 446j, Good Fine, (2) Rome Mint, 257-258AD (Joint Reign with Valerian) Obverse: Bust right radiate, draped and cuirassed IMP C P LIC GALLIENVS P F AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus standing facing each other, sacrificing at altar between them PIETAS AVGG, 3.06 grammes NVF, (3) Sole Reign Antioch Mint (264AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Mercury standing left holding purse and Caduceus PXV in exergue, 3.86 grammes, RIC V-1 (S) Asian Mint 607 Rad.Cuir. Sear 10212 NVF, (4) Sole Reign, Antioch Mint (267AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and cuirassed GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing left holding globe and sceptre. IOVI CONSERVAT, PXV in exergue, 3.04 grammes, RIC V-1 (S) Asian Mint 608, Sear 10240 About Fine, (5), Antioch Mint (266-267AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Neptune standing left with right foot on small prow, right forearm rests on knee, holding a tall trident PN TR P XV P P, VIIC in exergue, 2.41 grammes, RCV 10328, RIC 603 Good Fine/Fine, (6) Antioch Mint (257-258AD) Joint Reign with Valerian Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed, IMP C P LIC GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: The Orient Turreted, standing right presenting wreath to emperor standing left holding sceptre RESTITVT ORIENTIS, 3.91 grammes, RIC 448j, Cohen 903 VF, (7) Antioch or Samosata Mint (Joint Reign with Valerian, 255-256AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped IMP CP LIC GALLIOENVS PF AVG , Reverse: Valerian standing right, holding globe and sceptre, facing Gallienus, standing left holding Victory and sceptre, VIRTVS AVGG, 4.35 grammes, RIC V-1 Antioch 456 (J) Sear 10414, (8) Antioch Sole Reign (252=268AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed GALLIENVS PF AVG, Reverse: Victory walking left holding wreath and palm, Star in left field. No Mintmark, VICTORIA AVG, 3.62 grammes, RIC V-1 662, Good Fine on an oversized flan, (9) Antioch Sole Reign (263-268AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Hercules standing slightly right, looking left, holding club and apple, VIRTVS AVG Mintmark VIIC dot, 3.63 grammes, RIC V-1(S) Asia 623 var Rad.Dr. Sear 10404 Fine on an oversized flan, (10) Antioch Sole Reign (263AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing left, looking right, holding thunderbolt and thunderbolt. Star in right field. (this worn), IOVI STATORI, 2.75 grammes, RIC 645, Sear 10245 Fine/Near Fine, (11) Antioch Sole Reign (263AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing left, looking right, holding thunderbolt and thunderbolt. Star in right field. IOVI STATORI, 3.81 grammes RIC 645, Sear 10245, Good Fine, (12) Antioch Obverse: Bust right, radiate and cuirassed GALLIENVS AVG, Reverse: Apollo standing left hold a downward-pointing laurel branch in right hand, left arm leaning on tripod. PXV in exergue, SALVS AVG, 3.76 grammes, Sear 10346, RIC 610, Good Fine/Fine, Salonina (2) Billon Antoninianus Asian Mint 255-258AD Obverse: Diademed bust right on crescent CORN SALONINA AVG. Reverse: Gallienus and Salonina standing facing each other, clasping hands CONCORDIA AVGG, 4.80 grammes, RSC 31, Sear 10630, RIC 63j Fine, Billon Antoninianus, Obverse: diademed bust right on crescent, SALONINA AVG, Reverse: Emperor standing right receives Victory from Roma seated left ROMAE ATERNAE,4.31 grammes, RSC 103a, Sear 10651, RIC 67j Good Fine/Fine on an irregular flan, Valerian (7) (1) Antioch. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped IMP VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus facing

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each other, resting hands on shields between them, two spears behind, P M TR P V COS III P P, 3.22 grammes, RIC 277, RSC 169, Sear 9962, NVF/Good Fine, (2) Antioch or Samosata Mint, 255-256AD, Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: Valerian and Gallienus facing each other, one holding spear and globe, the other Victory and spear VIRTVS AVGG, 3.68 grammes, RIC 293, Sear 9995 Good Fine, (3) Billon Antoninianus Antioch or Samosate Mint, 253AD Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Two Victories holding shield inscribed S C with palm tree behind, 2.61 grammes, RIC V-1 294, Sear 9966 About Fine/Fine, (4) Billon Antoninianus, Antioch Mint, Obverse: Bust right radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Two Emperors sacrificing over altar PIETAS AVGG, 4.02 grammes, RSC 153, RIC 284, Good Fine or better, (5) Viminacium or Antioch Mint, Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Pietas standing left holding sceptre, leaning on a column PIETATI AVGG, 3.51 grammes, RIC 219A, Sear 9956 Good Fine, (6) Antioch,. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP VALERIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: Felicitas standing left holds long caduceus and cornucopia FELICITAS AVGG, 3.64g, RIC 282, RSC 58 Good Fine/Fine, Viminacium Mint (254-255AD) Obverse: Bust Right radiate and draped IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Valerian radiate, walking right, holding globe and raising right hand, RESTITVT GENER HVMANI, 3.99 grammes, RIC 220, Sear 9966 Good Fine/Fine with an edge crack (£200 - £300) 1151) Celtic - The Iceni Silver Unit (AD61) Boudicca type, Obverse: Celticized head right, Reverse: Celticized Horse right, wheel above, lozenge below, 1.24 grammes, Van Arsdell 790, S.434 Good Fine on a full round flan (£60 £120)

1154) Kingdom of Numidia, Juba I AR Denarius. (Circa 60-46 BC) Obverse: Diademed and draped bust right, with sceptre over shoulder; REX IVBA before. Reverse: A temple with Punic inscription around. MAA 29; SNG Copenhagen 523. 3.80 grammes, 18mm diameter, Fine with some surface residue (£40 - £80) 1155) Roman a small group (6) Denarius Septimius Severus (197-198AD) Obverse: Laureate Head right AD.L SEPT SEV PERT AVG IMPX, Reverse : Mars standing left with right foot atop a helmet and holding branch and reversed spear, MARTI PACIFERO, 2.68 grammes RIC 113, RSC 315 Fine, Sestertius (3) Galba (68-69AD) 21.66 grammes, worn, Trajan (98-99AD) Obverse: Laureate Head right AD. IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN AVG GERM P M, Reverse: Pax seated TR POT COS II PP SC in exergue, RIC 393, 21.71 grammes, VG with much of the lettering illegible, Septimius Severus Obverse: Bust right, Reverse: Hercules and Bacchus, legends illegible, 22.79 grammes, RIC 668/669 Fair, As Faustina Senior Obverse Bust right with hair in bun, DIVA FAVSTINA, Reverse Ceres standing left holding torch and corn ears, AVGVSTA, 11.16 grammes, RIC 1171 Fine, and Septimius Severus unattributed bronze with little detail NVG (£30 - £50)

English Hammered Coins (lots 1156-1196 ) 1156) Angel Henry VII Obverse with AGLIE legend, with double saltire stops, and Cross Crosslet spear shaft, Reverse with Saltire stops, S.2186, North 1698, Schneider 535, mintmark Cross Crosslet, 5.11 grammes, a little weakness of strike below the angel’s wing and correspondingly on the reverse, EF or near so a most attractive piece with excellent detail on the Angel (£2,600 - £3,600)

1152) Follis Licinius I (308-310AD) in bronze, Obverse : Laureate head right IMP C VAL LIC LICINIVS PF AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left with modius on head, naked except for chlamys over left shoulder, holds patera from which liquid flows, and cornucopia, with K in left field and B above P in right field, mintmark ALE, GENIO IMP-ERITORIS, 5.51 grammes, RIC VI Alexandria 105b, Sear 15179 About Fine (£20 - £30) 1153) Gold Solidus Arcadius, Constantinople Mint (397-402AD) Obverse: Bust three quarters facing, diademed, helmeted and cuirassed, holding spear over shoulder, and shield decorated with horseman DN ARCADI-VS PF AVG, Reverse: Constantinopolis enthroned, facing, with sceptre and Victory on globe, CONCORDIA -A AVGGΘ mintmark CONOB, 4.47 grammes, RIC X 7Θ, RCV 20706, GVF with evidence of a mount having been removed at the top of the obverse, however the coin displays excellent surfaces with none of the problems usually associated with ex-mount pieces (£800 - £1,000)

1157) Angel Henry VIII S.2265, North 1760, mintmark Castle with pellet before/Castle plain. Obverse as Schneider 558 with Saltire stops, with double Saltire after spear, Reverse with double Saltire stops after CRVCE, SALVA and NOS, this reverse not in Schneider, 5.14 grammes, VF and struck on a slightly uneven flan, the surfaces a little dull (£1,200 £1,400)

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1158) Britain Crown in Gold Second Coinage, Fifth Bust S.2626 mintmark Plain Cross, 2.42 grammes, NVF with pleasing portrait, struck on an irregularly shaped flan (£800 £1,000)

1159) Crown 1653 Commonwealth ESC 6, Bull 6, S.3214 NEF with some light contact and flan stress marks, far fewer than usually encountered on this issue. Struck on a full round flan, a very desirable example exhibiting an original grey tone, and with much eye appeal, seldom seen as nice as this (£3,000 - £5,000)

1162) Farthing Edward I Class 3D/3E Obverse legend ER ANGLIE, Reverse legend LONDONIENSIS S.1445A , 0.42 grammes, VF, full and round, all Edward I Farthings hard to find in grades above Fine (£40 - £80) 1163) Gold Halfcrown James I Second Coinage, Fifth Bust, S.2631 mintmark Plain Cross, 1.09 grammes, NVF, a little weak on the portrait (£600 - £700)

1164) Half Noble Edward III S.1498 mintmark Cross 3 Fine with a heavier contact mark on either side causing a depression in the surface (£500 - £750) 1160) Crown Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament, Group V, Fifth Horseman, type 5, Tall, spirited horse, S.2762, North 2199, Brooker 275, mintmark Sun, GVF, the reverse a touch better, on a full round flan, with a small edge crack at 3 o’clock, a pleasing and even strike, the reverse in particular with much eye appeal (£5,000 - £6,000)

1161) Crown Edward VI 1553 with 3 over 2 in date, therefore a ‘flat-topped’ 3, and E of EDWARDVS struck over a reversed E, mintmark Tun, Reverse die alignment at 8 o’clock, Lingford dies A-18,S.2478, North 1933, 30.76 grammes, the King on horseback weakly struck, all legends bold, overall About Fine, the legends better, by far the scarcest of the three dates in the Edward VI series (£400 - £700)

1165) Half Sovereign Edward VI, Coinage in the name of Henry VIII, Southwark Mint S.2394, North 1866, Scheinder 666, mintmark E, 6.31 grammes a little weakly struck in places, overall Good Fine or better on a full round flan (£3,300 £3,800)

1166) Halfgroat Charles I Group C, Third Bust, MA for MAG in obverse legend, Reverse : Oval garnished shield S.2826, Brooker 665, North 2252, mintmark Plume, 0.92 grammes, Fine/Good Fine, creased, Penny Charles I Group D, No inner circles, No CR by shield, struck a little off-centre, mintmark not visible on either side, S.2845/2847, North 2270, 0.37 grammes, Fine, Scotland Turner (Twopence) Charles I - a contemporary forgery, 0.49 grammes, Fine with some surface deposit (£40 - £60) 1167) Halfpenny Henry V S.1797 Class G, New Bust, No marks by Crown, 0.52 grammes, Around Fine, some weakness in places, the bust bold and clear (£20 - £40)

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1168) Hammered a small group (4) Shillings Elizabeth I (2) Second Issue S.2555 mintmark Martlet Obverse with portrait VG the legends better/Reverse approaching Fine with bold legends, 5.51 grammes, a heavy depression on the shield shows through onto the obverse, Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Tun, 5.95 grammes, Portrait worn with some weakness on the shield, legends Fine, Threepence Elizabeth I Smaller flan with 14mm diameter inner circle S.2565 1563 or 1567, 1.07 grammes, worn and creased, Farthing Charles I mintmark on obverse only, colon stops, S. 3183, Peck 170 mintmark Halberd, 0.47 grammes, Good Fine, listed as rare by Peck (£50 - £100) 1169) Laurel James I S.2638A mintmark Rose VF with some hairlines and a small but heavier contact mark on the obverse, the legend with small areas of weakness in places, overall an attractive example (£1,300 - £1,600)

1174) Shilling Charles I Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a, Obverse with no inner circles, Reverse: Round Garnished shield S.2791 mintmark Crown, 6.01 grammes, Fine with some double striking in parts, in a presentation box with certificate (£50 - £100) 1175) Shilling Charles I Group E, Smaller Bust, with single arched crown, Large XII, S.2796, mintmark Tun, 5.51 grammes, Near Fine/Fine, Sixpence Charles I Group F,m Sixth ‘Briot’ Bust, type 4.3, S.2817 mintmark Star, 2.71 grammes, Fine/ Good Fine on an irregularly shaped flan (£80 - £100) 1176) Shilling Charles I Group F Tower Mint under Parliament 6th Large Briot Bust S.2800 mintmark Sun NVF with edge chips at 3 and 9 o’clock, the Obverse mintmark particularly bold (£100 - £150) 1177) Shilling Charles I Sixth Large Briot bust, type 4.4,S.2799 mintmark Triangle Near VF the edge a little uneven in places (£50 - £100) 1178) Shilling Charles II Hammered Coinage - Third Issue S.3322 mintmark Crown, 5.76 grammes, VG the reverse slightly better with a large edge crack at 4 o’clock up to the inner circle with loss of flan in this area, Maundy Twopence Charles II ESC 2169, Bull 588 Fine (£50 - £100)

1170) Laurel James I Third Coinage, First Large laureate Bust S.2637 mintmark Spur Rowel, 8.99 grammes, some light scuffing to the edge at 12 o’clock indicates possibly once mounted, however overall VF and of pleasing appearance on a full round flan, this type much scarcer than the second, third and fourth bust types (£2,600 - £3,200)

1171) Pennies (2) Edward I Canterbury Mint, Class 10cf, with colon after hyb, Ex-C.Day Collection Henry III Long Cross, London Mint moneyer Nicole, Class 5C Fine (£20 - £30) 1172) Pennies (4) Henry III Short Cross Class 7, London Mint , moneyer Adam, S.1356B, 0.92 grammes, Fine with a cut section, Henry III Long Cross, Class 5b, London Mint, moneyer Ricard, 1.32 grammes, Fine, Henry V Long Cross with quatrefoil in centre, York Mint S.1785, 1.07 grammes, Edward III Fourth Coinage, Class G, Annulet in one quarter on the reverse Fine or better, and Cut Halfpennies (3) John Class 4c moneyer Ricard, 0.54 grammes Fine, the second Long Cross with TERI ON C on reverse, 0.63 grammes VG, and third Short Cross with little visible detail, in a presentation box (£40 - £80) 1173) Penny Edward I, York Mint, New Coinage (from 1279) Class 3e, 1.39 grammes, About VF with an edge nick at 2 o’clock (£80 - £120)

1179) Shilling Commonwealth 1654 ESC 990, Bull 137 Fine with pitted surfaces, comes with ticket stating ‘ Silver Shilling River Thames Hoard 1995’ (£200 - £350) 1180) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun, 6.25 grammes, NVF the obverse cleaned and retoned and with some graffiti (£700 - £800)

1181) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark y Good Fine with some surface marks and some surface residue (£80 - £120) 1182) Shilling Elizabeth I Milled Coinage , undated, large flan size of 32mm, decorated dress, S.2590, mintmark Star, Fine, a very rare issue (£200 - £300)

1183) Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue, Bust 6B, S.2577 Mintmark Tun Fine with some scratches and some dirt in the legend, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1571 Intermediate Bust 4B, ear shows, S.2562 mintmark Castle VG (£60 - £80)

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1184) Shilling James I Second Coinage, Third Bust, S.2654 mintmark unclear Fine with some weakness and some thin scratches (£35 - £70) 1185) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 English Titles only, with mark of value, S.2501 VG or better, lightly creased, with both portrait profiles almost complete (£125 - £250) 1186) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full titles, with mark of value S.2500 Fair with only partial detail to the portraits, comes with old ticket stating’ Seaby 15/-, Aug 62, an inexpensive space filler for this scarce type (£90 - £140) 1187) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full Titles, with mark of value S.2500, 6.32 grammes, Near VF the portrait profiles bold, the shield with very good definition and with all legends bold, some small edge nicks barely detract, a very collectable piece on a full round flan (£1,500 - £200)

1188) Shillings (2) Elizabeth I First Issue (1559-1560) wire line and beaded inner circles S.2549, Bust 2B, mintmark Lis, 5.94 grammes, Fine, lightly creased and with some thin scratches on the obverse, the obverse legend double struck in places, the Shillings of this type usually found very worn and/or damaged, a collectable example of this type, James I Second Coinage, Fourth Bust with plainer armour, S.2644 mintmark Escallop, 5.63 grammes, portrait VG, legends and reverse better (£50 - £100)

1193) Styca, Kings of Northumbria, Aethelred II (First Reign) 841-843/4, 1.14 grammes, Fine with some spots, Penny Edward I Lincoln Mint Long Cross, Class 3C Near Fine/ Fine, Ex-Mount, Penny Henry III Short Cross, Class 6B, London Mint, moneyer Walter, Good Fine, plugged, Penny Canterbury Mint, moneyer Willem Fine with considerable die clashing, the portrait unclear (£20 - £50) 1194) Stycas, Kings of Northumbria (3) Aethelred II Second Reign (843/4 to 849/50) moneyer EARDVVLF S.868 Bold NVF with a small flan crack, Aethelred II First Reign (841-843/4) moneyer Eanred S.865 Fine with some green patination, Archbishop Wigmund (837-849/50) moneyer Coenred S.870 Fine, the flan with light corrosion (£0 - £50) 1195) Unite Commonwealth 1651 S.3208 mintmark Sun, 9.02 grammes, Good Fine lightly creased, with some weakness of strike in the centre of the obverse, a sought after and rare issue (£4,000 - £8,000)

1196) Unite James I Second Bust S.2619 mintmark Key, 9.74 grammes, the obverse with some light thin scratches, overall Good Fine on a full round flan (£1,400 - £1,800)

1189) Shillings (2) Elizabeth I S.2555 mintmark Cross Crosslet, 5.79 grammes, Obverse portrait worn flat, legend VG, Reverse VG, Charles I Group F, Sixth Briot Bust S.2799 mintmark Star, 5.71 grammes Fair/VG, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1591 Sixth Issue S.2578B mintmark Hand, 2.80 grammes, VG/Near Fine, creased, Halfcrown 1885 ESC 713, Bull 2765 Fine/Good Fine (£30 - £50) 1190) Shillings (2) Elizabeth I Sixth issue Bust 3B S.2577 mintmark A, 6.23 grammes, Fine with a little flan stress, the legends bold and struck on a full round flan,. James I S.2669 mintmark Thistle, 5.60 grammes Fine cleaned, once in jewellery (£40 - £80) 1191) Sixpence Charles I Group C, Third Bust, type 2a, Reverse: Oval Garnished Shield with CR above S.2809, mintmark Plume, 2.66 grammes, VG/Fine (£30 - £50) 1192) Styca, Kings of Northumbria (3) Eanred (c.810-c.830) moneyer Fordred, S.862 Fine with some pitting, Aethelred II First Reign (841-843/4) moneyer Leofdegn S.865 Fine or better with some surface residue, Aethelred II First Reign (841-843/4) moneyer Monne S.865 Fine, Farthing Charles I Rose mintmark Crescent on reverse, Fair, corroded (£20 - £50)

World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1197-1603) 1197) Ajman - United Arab Emirates 100 Riyals Gold undated (1971) Obverse: State Emblem with denomination above, bust below, Reverse: Courthouse with denomination to lower left SAVE VENICE KM#40 Gold Proof, a few minor hairlines, otherwise FDC and retaining practically full mint brilliance, only the second such piece we have offered since 2003 (£900 - £1,200)

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1198) Ajman - United Arab Emirates 50 Riyals Gold undated (1971) Save Venice KM#39 FDC or very near so with the odd tiny nick (£500 - £700)

1199) Albania (2) 5 Lek 1939R KM#33 UNC and almost fully lustrous with touches of golden tone and Lek 1926 KM5 Unc and lustrous (£20 - £40) 1200) Argentina Five Pesos Gold 1995 50th Anniversary of the United Nations KM#136 Proof, the odd tiny hairline otherwise FDC, rare with a mintage of just 250 pieces (£420 - £480)

1201) Argentina Gold Argentino 1887 KM#31 VG Ex-Jewellery with mount attached, this not hallmarked, total weight 8.28 grammes (£280 - £350)

1205) Australia Florin 1915H KM#27 VF with a scuff on the reverse at 3 o’clock, one of the key dates in the series (£50 - £100) 1206) Australia Shilling 1935 KM#26 Lustrous UNC or very near so, with all the crown diamonds and full band sharp, a very attractive example and rare thus (£200 - £300) 1207) Australia Shilling 1956 Proof KM#59 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 (£90 - £120) 1208) Australia Sovereign 1855 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 360 Good Fine, rare in all grades, whilst South Australia solved its mid 19th century currency shortage by issuing the Adelaide Pound without London’s approval Victoria and New South Wales requested the creation of a branch of the Royal Mint which opened in 1855 using part of Sydney Hospital. The first coins were struck in that year, including the coin offered here (£3,000 - £4,000)

1202) Australia 100 Dollars Gold 1996 Chinese Lunar Year of the Rat KM#300 UNC, an eye-catching piece with brilliant design on matt fields, uncased in capsule, the capsule cracked (£1,100 - £1,500) 1209) Australia Sovereign 1861 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 366 GVF with a small area of light scuffing to the top of the rim between 12 and 1 o’clock on the reverse (£600 - £800)

1203) Australia 100 Dollars Gold 2009P Chinese Lunar Year of the Ox KM#1908 Proof FDC an eye-catching piece with brilliant design upon matt fields, uncased in capsule, the capsule cracked (£1,100 - £1,500)

1210) Australia Sovereign 1866 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 371 bright about VF with some scuffs to the surfaces (£300 £500)

1204) Australia 100 Dollars Gold 2016P Chinese Lunar Year of the Monkey Proof FDC an eye-catching piece with brilliant design upon matt fields, uncased in capsule (£1,100 £1,500) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1211) Australia Sovereign 1866 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 371 Near VF/VF the date and much of the obverse legend double struck (£450 - £550)

1212) Australia Sovereign 1867 Sydney Branch Mint March 372 GVF/NEF with some contact marks and small rim nicks, retaining some mint lustre (£500 - £600)

1224) Belgium 20 Centimes 1859 Piedfort in Cupro-Nickel, Obverse: Lion with tablet UNION FAIT LA FORCE, with BELGIQUE and date in the exergue, Reverse: ESSAI MONETAIRE with 20 in centre and the number 25 countermarked (officially) below, CENTIMES below, design as KM#P2, 23mm diameter, 5.99 grammes, unusually with a Plain edge rather than the security edge, A/UNC and with some lustre (£125 - £175) 1225) Belgium 20 Francs Gold 1882LW KM#37 EF/GEF in a presentation box with certificate (£220 - £280) 1226) Belgium 20 Francs Gold 1914 French Legend DES BELGES Position A, KM#78 GEF with some small edge nicks, in a presentation box with certificate (£220 - £280) 1227) Belgium 5 Francs 1865 No dot after F KM#17 AU/GEF and nicely toned (£60 - £120)

1213) Australia Sovereign 1870 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 375 GVF, all Sydney Branch Mint Sovereigns hard to find in grades above VF (£550 - £650)

1228) Belgium 50 Centimes 1866 French legend DES BELGES KM#26 A/UNC and lustrous with a contact mark behind the bust and some small tone spots (£40 - £60) 1229) Belgium 50 Centimes 1909 Dutch Legend KM#61.2 UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, the obverse with minor cabinet friction (£60 - £120) 1230) Belgium Quarter Franc 1843 KM#8 Good Fine, toned, a scarce date in this short series (£120 - £140)

1214) Australia Threepence 1916M KM#24 About VF with grey tone and some contact marks (£30 - £40)

1231) Bhutan Gold Sertum 1970 KM#36 Lustrous UNC (£400 £500)

1215) Austria 10 Corona Gold 1905 KM#2805 GVF in a presentation box with certificate (£110 - £150) 1216) Austria 5 Corona 1908 Joseph I 60th Anniversary of Reign KM#2809 EF (£25 - £50) 1217) Austria 50 Groschen 1936 KM#2854 Lustrous UNC with golden tone (£20 - £50) 1218) Austria Ducat 1845 Gold KM#2262 Fine, on a tie-pin, the pin with no hallmark, total weight 4.36 grammes (£130 £170) 1219) Austria Ducat 1915 Trade Coinage Restrike KM#2267 About UNC and lustrous (£130 - £170)

1232) Bohemia Silver Prague Groschen Charles IV (1346-1378) 3.23 grammes. Obverse : A Crown within two concentric legends Inner KAROLVS PRIMVS outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEM, Reverse: A Lion rampant left, GROSSI P [RAGE] NSES, Fine with some weakness of strike in places (£45 £70) 1233) Bolivia 4000 Pesos Bolivianos Gold 1979 International Year of the Child KM#199 Gold Proof FDC, the only issue of this unusual denomination (£680 - £750)

1220) Austria Ducat 1915 Trade Coinage Restrike KM#2267 Lustrous UNC, in a presentation box with certificate (£130 - £170) 1221) Austria Gold Ducat 1914 Trade Coinage KM#2267 GEF/ UNC with a small edge nick (£160 - £200) 1222) Belgian Congo 50 Francs 1944 KM#27 AU/GEF with a few small rim nicks (£50 - £100) 1223) Belgium 10 Frank 1930 Independence Centennial, Dutch legend BELGIE, Position B KM#100 UNC or near so and lustrous, Rare in high grades (£50 - £80)

1234) Brazil 6400 Reis Gold 1785R Rio de Janeiro Mint KM#199.2 Good Fine, one of a number of South American early Gold issues offered in this sale (£750 - £850)

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1242) Canada Five Dollars Gold 1913 KM#26 GEF with some contact marks (£400 - £500)

1235) Brazil 6400 Reis Gold 1809R Rio de Janeiro Mint, KM#236.1 NEF/EF the obverse with some light scratches in the fields and some rubbing on the cheek and right field, retaining some lustre and overall with considerable eye appeal, one of a number of South American Gold issues offered in this sale (£850 - £1,150)

1243) Canada Ten Dollars Gold 1913 KM#27 in a PCGS Canadian Gold Reserve holder and graded MS63 (£1,000 - £1,200)

1244) Canada Ten Dollars Gold 1914 KM#27 in a PCGS Canadian Gold Reserve holder and graded MS64 (£1,100 - £1,300) 1236) British Guiana Souvenir medalet, Obverse Ship sailing to right DAMUS PETIMUSQUE VICISSIM, Reverse: George and the Dragon in somewhat crude style, in 9 carat gold, hallmarked in the reverse field, produced by a Georgetown Jewellers (c.1910), 1.64 grammes, VF, with some file marks on the rim (£120 - £140) 1237) British Guiana Souvenir medalet, Obverse Ship sailing to right DAMUS PETIMUSQUE VICISSIM, Reverse: George and the Dragon in somewhat crude style, of different dies to the other similar lot in the auction, this piece not hallmarked, produced by a Georgetown Jewellers (c.1910), 1.70 grammes, VF, ex-jewellery (£120 - £140)

1245) Cayman Islands $250 Gold 1990 Reverse: Spitfires flying over Dover, with cameo of Churchill above, One Ounce of .999 Gold, Proof nFDC the obverse with a minor handling mark, retaining practically full mint brilliance, Rare with an estimated mintage around 500 pieces (£1,500 - £1,900)

1238) British West Africa Halfpenny 1940KN Proof KM#18, Format 238A nFDC with a small spot near the rim, lightly toned, retaining much original mint lustre and brilliance (£100 - £150) 1239) British West Africa One Tenth Penny 1950KN Format 300, KM#26 UNC and lustrous, the fields a little prooflike (£50 - £100) 1240) Cambodia Gold 50000 Riels 1974 Cambodian Dancers KM#64 Gold Proof FDC, a seldom seen issue (£400 - £500)

1246) Ceylon One Stuiver undated (1660-1720) KM#19.3 VF/GF and scarce thus (£40 - £80) 1247) Chile 100 Pesos 1958 Santiago Mint KM#175 Lustrous UNC (£800 - £1,000)

1241) Canada - Nova Scotia Penny Token 1856 KM#6 A/UNC with traces of lustre (£60 - £100)

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1248) Chile Five Pesos Gold 1852 KM#122 approaching Fine, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is the first of this type we have offered, so possibly scarcer than catalogue values may suggest (£350 - £450)

1249) Chile Five Pesos Gold 1895 Santiago Mint KM#153 EF , a scarce two-year type, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is the first example we have offered, one of a number of South American Gold issues offered in this sale (£180 - £250)

1254) Colombia 8 Escudos Gold 1807 P JF, Popayan Mint Fine/ Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery, one of a number of South American early Gold issues offered in this sale (£1,050 £1,250)

1255) Colombia Gold Escudo 1826FM Wide date KM#81.2 Fine. The reverse a little better, much of the obverse date and legend is double struck, one of a number of South American Gold issues offered in this sale (£250 - £300)

1250) China - Japanese Puppet States - East Hopei 2 Chiao Year 26 (1937) Y#520 UNC with some tone spots (£40 - £80) 1251) China 450 Yuan Gold 1979 International Year of the Child KM#9 Reverse: Two children planting a flower, Gold Proof FDC in capsule, uncased (£1,000 - £1,200)

1256) Colombia, Republic of Nueva Granada 16 Pesos Gold 1843RS KM#94.1 Fine, this impressive South American gold issue seldom seen, only the second example of this series, and the first of this date we have offered since 2003, one of a number of South American Gold issues offered in this sale (£1,300 - £1,600)

1252) China Republic Dollar undated (1927) Y#318a.1 L&M49 6 Pointed Stars NGC AU58 and with a light tone over original brilliance (£150 - £250)

1257) Congo Free State (2) 5 Centimes 1887 KM#3 UNC with around 40% lustre, 2 Centimes 1888 KM#2 UNC with around 20% lustre, both with very small tone spots (£40 - £80) 1258) Congo Free State 1 Franc 1887 KM#6 GEF/AU and lustrous with some small flecks of toning (£100 - £200) 1253) Colombia 8 Escudos Gold 1806 P JF, Popayan Mint GVF/ NEF with some contact marks, one of a number of South American early Gold issues offered in this sale (£1,050 £1,250)

1259) Congo Free State 10 Centimes (2) 1888 KM#4 UNC with around 70% lustre, slightly subdued on the obverse, 1894 KM#4 UNC and attractively toned with some underlying mint lustre (£40 - £80) 1260) Congo Free State 50 Centimes 1887 KM#5 UNC with practically full lustre, scarce thus (£40 - £80) 1261) Costa Rica 50 Centimos 1923 Counterstamped Coinage, counterstamped on host coin 25 Centimos 1887GW (host coin KM#127.1) KM#157 EF with some lustre (£60 - £120)

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1262) Cuba 10 Pesos Gold 1916 KM#20 NEF with some contact marks, a scarce 2-year type, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is only the second example we have offered (£660 - £750)

1263) Cuba Five Pesos Gold 1916 KM#19 NEF/EF (£400 - £500)

1264) Cyprus Half Sovereign 1966 Archbishop Makarios X#M3, struck at the Paris Mint, France, UNC or near so with some hairlines, an unusual one-year type (£180 - £220)

1270) Denmark 5 Ore 1874 (h)CS KM#794.21 UNC, the reverse with a colourful tone, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN, none graded higher by PCGS (£75 - £125) 1271) Djibouti 250 Francs Gold 1996 History of Navigation, Reverse: Old Sailing Ship, KM#36, 1.24 grammes of .999 Gold Proof FDC, a popular one-year type (£70 - £90)

1272) Dominican Republic 200 Pesos Gold 1982 International Year of the Child KM#58 Reverse: Children dancing, Gold Proof FDC (£680 - £750)

1273) Dominican Republic 5 Centavos 1944 KM#18a UNC and lustrous, a one-year type (£40 - £80) 1274) Dominican Republic Franco 1891A KM#11 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks (£140 - £200)

1265) Czechoslovakia Gold Dukat 1931 KM#8 About UNC (£400 - £500)

1266) 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 (£40 - £80)

1275) Ecuador Ten Sucres Gold 1900 JM, Birmingham Mint KM#56 NVF/VF (£450 - £550)

1276) Egypt 100 Piastres Gold AH1340 (1922) KM#341 EF/AU the reverse particularly eye-catching and lustrous, desirable in this high grade (£425 - £475)

1267) 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 (£40 - £80) 1268) Danzig 5 Gulden 1923 KM#147 Marienkirche GVF with touches of golden tone, a scarce issue seldom seen, our auction archive shows this is one of only 5 pieces we have offered in 17 years, with only one piece better, previous auction realisations indicate a scarcer piece than catalogue values would suggest (£200 - £350)

1277) Egypt 100 Piastres Gold AH1340 (1922) KM#341 GEF/AU and lustrous (£460 - £550)

1269) Denmark (2) 10 Ore 1904 (h) VBP KM#795.2 UNC and lustrous with golden toning, with a small spot by the date, Scarce in high grade, 5 Ore 1875 (h) CS KM#794.1 VF Rare (£50 - £100)

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1278) Egypt 100 Piastres Gold AH1349 (1930) KM#354 GVF/ EF, the reverse lustrous, an eye-catching example of this scarcer 2-year type, only 6000 pieces minted (£425 - £475)

1288) Egypt 50 Qirsh Gold AH1277/11 (1870) KM#262 Good Fine (£250 - £350)

1279) Egypt 100 Qirsh Gold AH1255/15 (1852) KM#235.2 Fine with some flattening the between 1 and 2 o’clock on the obverse, all the edge milling and edge beads are fully intact in this area (£400 - £450)

1289) Egypt Five Pounds Gold AH1377 (1957) Fifth Anniversary of the Revolution KM#388 UNC or near so with some contact marks, however a highly lustrous piece with prooflike fields, a large and imposing piece with exceptional eye appeal and seldom offered, these large Egyptian gold pieces always sought after on the rare occasions we offer them (£2,200 - £3,000)

1280) Egypt 100 Qirsh Gold AH1293/12 (1886) KM#297 GVF, Ex-edge mount the surfaces without damage, the edge milling skilfully repaired (£400 - £450)

1281) Egypt 20 Piastres (3) AH1341 (1923) KM#338 VF, AH1348 (1929) KM#352 GVF, AH1356 (1937) KM#368 NEF (£160 £200)

1290) Egypt Five Pounds Gold AH1384 (1964) Diversion of the Nile - Opening of the Aswan Dam KM#408 EF/GEF and lustrous, a very pleasing example of this popular issue (£1,200 - £1,600)

1282) Egypt 20 Piastres Gold AH1341 (1923) KM#339 NEF/EF and pleasing (£100 - £150) 1283) Egypt 20 Piastres Gold AH1349 (1930) KM#351 NEF/EF and lustrous with a small edge nick (£100 - £150) 1284) Egypt 50 Piastres Gold AH1341 (1923) KM#340 EF, the only right-facing Gold 50 Piastre issue for King Fuad I (£240 £280) 1291) Egypt Five Pounds Gold AH1384 (1964) Diversion of the Nile - Opening of the Aswan Dam KM#408 GEF/EF with some die polish lines evident on the lower part of the reverse, a gentle edge bruise barely detracts (£1,200 £1,600) 1285) Egypt 50 Piastres Gold AH1341 (1923) KM#340 NEF/EF, the only right-facing Gold 50 Piastre issue for King Fuad I (£220 - £260) 1286) Egypt 50 Piastres Gold AH1349 (1930) KM#353 GVF/NEF the obverse with some hairlines and contact marks (£220 - £260) 1287) Egypt 50 Qirsh Gold AH1255/15 KM#234.2 Good Fine with a small edge nick (£260 - £320)

1292) Egypt Five Pounds Gold AH1388 (1968) 1400th Anniversary of the Koran KM#416, UNC or very near so and lustrous (£1,200 - £1,600)

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1293) Egypt Gold Five Pounds 1970 (AH1390) President Nasser KM#428 UNC or near so with some hairlines, the fields with a prooflike quality. Egypt Gold issues are always sought after on the rare occasions we offer them (£1,000 - £1,600)

1298) Egypt Gold Pound AH1396 (1976) King Faisal KM#458 UNC with practically full lustre, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1299) Egypt Gold Pound AH1396 (1976) Om Kalsoum - Musician KM#456 UNC with practically full lustre, the reverse with traces of slight lamination on the reverse, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500) 1294) Egypt Gold Pound AH1374 (1955) Third Anniversary of the Revolution, Reverse: Pharoah Ramses II in a war chariot KM#387 About EF/NEF with some light hairlines and a gentle edge bruise (£400 - £450)

1300) Egypt Gold Pound AH1399 (1979) 100th Anniversary of the Bank of Land Reform KM#492 UNC and fully lustrous a very attractive example, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500) 1295) Egypt Gold Pound AH1379 (1960) Aswan Dam KM#401 A/UNC with some lustre, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1296) Egypt Gold Pound AH1390 (1970) President Nasser KM#426 AU/UNC and lustrous, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1297) Egypt Gold Pound AH1393 (1973) 75th Anniversary of the National Bank of Egypt KM#440 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks, the rim scuffed and flattened in places (£250 - £350)

1301) Egypt Gold Pound AH1400 (1979) 1400th Anniversary of Mohammed’s Flight KM#494 UNC/AU and lustrous the obverse with light toning, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1302) Egypt Gold Pound AH1400 (1980) Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty - Anwar Sadat KM#509 Lustrous UNC the obverse with a hint of light toning , one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

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1303) Egypt Gold Pound AH1401 (1981) 25th Anniversary of the Nationalisation of the Suez Canal 1956-1981 KM#529 AU/ UNC and lustrous, the reverse particularly eye-catching, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1304) Egypt Gold Pound AH1401 (1981) Third Anniversary of the Re-Opening of the Suez Canal KM#525 Prooflike UNC with some light hairlines, a superb example with full mint lustre, the main features of the reverse design not frosted. Krause quotes a mintage of 150 Proof pieces only however our research has discovered that 4850 pieces were minted in total (including the 150 Proofs), of which 3407 were subsequently melted (1443 currency coins are still remaining) nevertheless a rare item and particularly desirable in this high grade, we note an example in an NGC holder graded MS65 recently being offered for $1500 (approximately £1083) on the internet, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £600)

1305) Egypt Gold Pound AH1402 (1982) 1000th Anniversary of the Al Azhar Mosque KM#541 UNC with practically full lustre and desirable thus, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1306) Egypt Gold Pound AH1403 (1982) 50th Anniversary of the Air Force KM#543 Lustrous UNC, one of a number of high grade Egypt Gold Pounds offered in this sale (£400 - £500)

1308) Egypt Ten Pounds Gold AH1384 (1964) Diversion of the Nile - Opening of the Aswan Dam KM#409 UNC/AU and lustrous, only 2000 pieces were issued of this impressive large gold issue, at 40mm diameter and weighing 52 grammes, this was the flagship piece of the Egyptian Gold series of the period (£2,200 - £3,000)

1309) Ethiopia 400 Birr Gold EE1972 (1979) International Year of the Child KM#60 Gold Proof FDC, the only issue of the 400 Birr Denomination (£700 - £900)

1310) Falkland Islands Half Pound 1974 Gold Proof KM#6 nFDC with a hint of very light toning, a scarce one-year type, this issue unusual in that it bears no denomination.2000 coins of the 2673 minted of this denomination were reserved for the Gold Proof Sets (£240 - £280)

1311) Falkland Islands Two Pounds 1974 Gold Proof KM#8 FDC or near so with the odd small hairline, retaining full mint brilliance and frosting. This issue unusual in that it bears no denomination. 2000 coins of the 2158 minted of this denomination were reserved for the Gold Proof Sets (£700 - £900)

1307) Egypt Half Pound Gold AH1378 (1958) Founding of the United Arab Republic, Reverse: Pharoah Ramses II in a war chariot KM#391 GEF/About EF (£240 - £280) 1312) France 1 Franc 1869A KM#806.1 Lustrous UNC (£40 - £80) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1313) France 1 Franc 1872A Small A KM#822.1 UNC with practically full lustre (£20 - £40) 1314) France 100 Francs Gold 1855A Paris Mint KM#786.1 Good Fine or slightly better (£1,250 - £1,500)

1319) France 100 Francs Gold 1909A Paris Mint KM#858 with a flan flaw on the obverse EF with some contact marks and small rim nicks, the flagship coin of the French Gold series of the period (£1,450 - £1,750) 1315) France 100 Francs Gold 1855A Paris Mint KM#786.1 NEF with signs of light cleaning in the fields, but not unpleasantly so, and retaining significant eye appeal (£1,450 - £1,750)

1320) France 1938 5 Francs KM#888a.1 Aluminium-Bronze Lustrous UNC (£35 - £70) 1321) France 2 Francs 1887A KM#817.1 UNC with practically full lustre (£35 - £70) 1316) France 100 Francs Gold 1869BB Strasbourg Mint KM#802.2 Near VF with two gentle edge bruises (£1,300 - £1,600)

1317) France 100 Francs Gold 1900A Paris Mint KM#832 EF with some contact marks and two gentle edge bruises (£1,450 - £1,750)

1322) France 20 Euros Gold 2004 100th Anniversary of the Entente Cordiale KM#2011 Gold Proof FDC, uncased, comes with Monnaie de Paris certificate, rare with only 339 pieces minted (£700 - £800)

1323) France 20 Francs Gold 1807A Paris Mint, KM#687.1 NVF/ VF (£350 - £400)

1324) France 20 Francs Gold 1848A Paris Mint KM#750.1 NEF a pleasing example (£300 - £350) 1318) France 100 Francs Gold 1901A Paris Mint, DIEU PROTÉGÉ LA FRANCE edge reading KM#832 GEF and scarce with a mintage of just 10,000 pieces (£1,450 - £1,750)

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1325) France 20 Francs Gold 1875A KM#825 UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks (£280 - £350)

1326) France 40 Francs Gold 1806A Small Plain Bust, Paris Mint KM#675.1 Good Fine/NVF (£520 - £580)

1327) France 40 Francs Gold 1807I Large Plain Bust, Limoges Mint KM#A688.2 Fine. The reverse slightly better, Very Rare with a mintage of just 1,859 pieces and seldom offered (£1,000 - £1,200)

1331) France 40 Francs Gold 1831A Paris Mint, Raised edge lettering, KM#747.1 Near VF (£600 - £700)

1332) France 40 Francs Gold L’An 13A Paris Mint KM#664.1 Near EF and lustrous, Rare in high grades (£650 - £750)

1333) France 5 Francs 1854A KM#782.1 VG, seldom seen in any grade, Very Rare with a mintage of just 11,000 pieces, our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates this is the first example we have offered (£40 - £80) 1334) France 5 Francs Gold 1860A Paris Mint KM#787.1 Good Fine/NVF with some light hairlines, in a presentation box with certificate (£50 - £70)

1328) France 40 Francs Gold 1811A Paris Mint, KM#696.1 NEF/ EF and lustrous, the obverse with light adjustment lines, seldom seen in lustrous grades (£650 - £750)

1335) France 50 Francs Gold 1857A Paris Mint KM#785.1 GVF/ NEF and pleasing for the grade (£650 - £850)

1336) France 50 Francs Gold 1858A Paris Mint KM#785.1 GVF/ NEF with a small edge nick (£750 - £850) 1329) France 40 Francs Gold 1817A Paris Mint KM#713.1 VF, the reverse a touch better (£700 - £800)

1330) France 40 Francs Gold 1830A Paris Mint, Incuse edge lettering, KM#721.1 VF/GVF (£600 - £700)

1337) France Louis d’Or 1786A Paris Mint KM#591.1 VF ExJewellery (£480 - £580)

1338) France Louis d’Or 1791A Paris Mint KM#592.1 About VF/ VF the obverse with some light adjustment lines (£800 £1,000) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1352) 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 (£300 - £600) 1339) French Indo-China 20 Cents 1900 KM#10 EF scarce (£60 £120) 1340) French Indo-China 20 Cents 1902A KM#10 UNC or near so and lustrous (£40 - £80) 1341) French Indo-China 20 Cents 1930A KM#17.1 UNC and choice with practically full lustre (£20 - £40) 1342) German States - Bavaria Thaler 1807 Obverse: Uniformed Bust right, Reverse: Crowned Arms with supporters KM#701 Fine with a small flaw in the centre of the reverse (£70 - £120) 1343) German States - Brunswick-Luneberg-Calenberg-Hannover, Trade Coinage Goldgulden (2 Thaler) 1754 IAS KM#315 VF, a seldom offered type and always popular on the rare occasions that we offer them (£800 - £1,000)

1344) German States - Frankfurt Silver Medal 1817 300th Anniversary of the Reformation, Obverse: 3te JUBELFEIER DER REFORMATION 1817 in 5 lines, EINE FESTE BURG IST UNSER GOTT, Reverse: EIN HERR EIN GLAUBE EINE TAUFE EIN GOTT UND VATER ALLER in 5 lines, D. FREIEN STADT FRANKFURT VEREINTE EVANGEL CHRISTEN NEF and attractively toned (£50 - £100) 1345) German States - Hesse-Darmstadt 2 Marks 1904 400th Birthday of Philipp the Magnanimous KM#372 Lustrous UNC (£40 - £80) 1346) German States - Lorraine Teston Henry II undated (16081624) KM#17.1, Fine (£80 - £160) 1347) German States - Prussia 3 Marks 1911A Breslau University KM#531 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks (£30 £60) 1348) German States - Prussia 3 Marks 1912A KM#527 UNC or near so and highly lustrous with some contact marks (£35 - £70)

1353) German States - Schaumburg-Lippe 3 Marks 1911A Death of Prince Georg KM#55 A/UNC the obverse with some hairlines (£35 - £70) 1354) Germany - Federal Republic Five Marks (2) 1957J Centenary of the Death of Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff KM#117 EF/AU starting to tone, 1964J 150th Anniversary of the Death of Johann Gottlieb Fichte, GEF/AU and lustrous, the obverse lightly toned (£150 - £200) 1355) Germany - Federal Republic Five Marks 1952D Centenary of the Nurnberg Museum KM#113 EF and lustrous with some very small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 1356) Germany - Federal Republic Five Marks 1955F 150th Anniversary of the Death of Friedrich von Schiller KM#114 EF or better (£150 - £250) 1357) Germany - Federal Republic Five Marks 1955G 300th Anniversary of the Birth of Ludwig von Baden KM#115 GEF and lustrous with some light hairlines (£100 - £150)

1349) German States - Prussia 5 Marks 1907A KM#523 GEF and lustrous (£75 - £150)

1358) Germany - Weimar Republic 2 Reichsmarks 1925A KM#45 Lustrous UNC with some very small tone spots, otherwise choice (£35 - £70)

1350) German States - Prussia 5 Marks 1914A KM#536 A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£35 - £70)

1359) Germany - Weimar Republic 2 Reichsmarks 1925A KM#45 UNC (£30 - £60)

1351) German States - Saxony 5 Marks 1914E KM#1266 EF with some light contact marks (£50 - £100)

1360) Germany - Weimar Republic 2 Reichsmarks 1926A KM#45 UNC and lustrous with a few very small tone spots (£35 £70)

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1361) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1925A 1000th Year of the Rhineland KM#46 UNC and lustrous, the reverse with a couple of small spots (£40 - £80) 1362) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1927A 100th Anniversary of Bremerhaven KM#50 UNC with minor cabinet friction, the legends with golden tone (£80 - £140) 1363) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1927A Philipps University in Marburg KM#53 Lustrous UNC with a few tiny rim nicks (£70 - £140) 1364) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1929E 1000th Anniversary of Meissen KM#65 UNC or near so with some lustre and some light contact marks (£75 - £150) 1365) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1930A 700th Anniversary of the Death of Von Der Vogelweide KM#69 EF (£40 - £80) 1366) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1930A Liberation of Rhineland KM#70 UNC/AU and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, Scarce (£38 - £55) 1367) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1930A Liberation of the Rhineland KM#70 A/UNC (£35 - £70) 1368) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1930D Liberation of the Rhineland KM#70 EF scarce (£80 - £160) 1369) Germany - Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1931A Centenary of the Death of von Stein KM#73 EF/AU the obverse with some contact marks (£80 - £160)

1377) Greece 20 Drachma Gold 1884A KM#56 VF in a presentation box with certificate (£220 - £280) 1378) Greece 20 Drachma Gold undated (1970)commemorates the 21st April 1967 Revolution KM#92 Lustrous UNC and prooflike (£420 - £480) 1379) Guernsey Eight Doubles 1911H S.7214 UNC with good lustre and touches of red toning (£30 - £50) 1380) Guernsey Two Doubles 1911H S.7216 UNC with practically full lustre and a small spot on either side (£30 - £50) 1381) Guinea 50 Francs 1969 KM#8 (2) both UNC and scarce (£40 - £80) 1382) Hejaz 20 Piastres (Riyal) AH1334/8 KM#30 EF or near so with some light surface residue, this possibly removable with care (£50 - £100) 1383) Hong Kong $1,000 1987 Year of the Rabbit NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo rare and desirable thus (£700 - £1,000)

1370) Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmarks 1928G KM#56 VF, Switzerland 5 Francs 1923B KM#37 Good Fine with colourful tone (£30 - £60) 1371) Germany 1 Mark 1913G KM#14 UNC and lustrous, Rare in high grade (£75 - £150) 1372) Germany 10 Pfennigs 1902G KM#12 UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, the only example thus far recorded on the PCGS Population Report (£75 - £125) 1373) Germany Weimar Republic 3 Marks 1927A 400th Anniversary of Philipps University in Marburg, KM#53, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£200 - £300) 1374) Germany Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1929A 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Gotthold Lessing KM#60 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks (£80 - £160) 1375) Germany Weimar Republic 5 Marks 1925 1000 Years of the Rhineland, KM#47, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£200 - £300)

1384) Hungary 10 Korona Gold 1900KB KM#485 GVF in a presentation box with certificate (£110 - £150) 1385) Hungary 5 Korona 1896 KB-UP Restrike X#11 Prooflike UNC and lustrous with a tone spot behind the bust (£40 - £80) 1386) Hungary Denar 1651 KB Kremnitz Mint KM#110 VF with some weak areas, a little uneven on the edge by the date (£80 - £100) 1387) India - Bengal Presidency Gold Mohur AH1202/19 edge with oblique milling, Murshidabad Mint, 12.34 grammes, KM#113 EF with Prooflike fields and small tone spots by the 19, the edge with traces of expert repair at 8 o’clock on the obverse, comes with old envelope from 1962 (£800 - £1,000)

1376) Gibraltar Two Pounds 2017 200th Anniversary of the First gold Sovereign, Gold Proof. Reverse: a contemporary interpretation of the classic St. George and the Dragon design, with the new design by Angela Benita Pistrucci great-great-great grandniece of the Great Benedetto Pistrucci, designer of the original St. George and the Dragon design nFDC retaining practically full mint lustre and brilliance (£750 - £850) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1388) India - Bengal Presidency undated (Year 19) KM#109 VF with some old scratches on the reverse, some evidence of edge flaws at 6 o’clock, however the surface not consistent with being an ex-mount piece (£60 - £70) 1389) India - Independent Kingdoms - Sikkar, One Paisa, undated, Thutab Namgyel (1874-1911) Text within square on both sides, 22mm, 5.09 grammes About Fine (£150 - £200)

1397) India Gold Mohur 1841 Small Date, WW incuse, small divided legend, Plain 4 with stop after date KM#462.3 VF/NEF, a classic design and always sought after (£3,000 - £3,500)

1390) India - Madras Presidency 1/8 Rupee AH1172/6 (frozen) KM#424 About EF with an arc-shaped flan flaw (£35 - £70) 1391) India 10 Rupees (2) 1970 FAO Bombay Mint, Proof KM#186 UNC with a few light hairlines, retaining almost full original brilliance, 1973 FAO Bombay Mint Proof KM#188 UNC with light toning on the obverse (£40 - £80) 1392) India 15 Rupees Gold 1918 KM#525 Good Fine/VF, the obverse with a larger contact marks on the portrait, overall a collectable example of this rare one-year type and rarely offered (£1,700 - £2,200)

1393) India 15 Rupees Gold 1918 KM#525 GVF/EF the crown band fully visible, some light contact marks and a tiny edge nick at 6 o’clock on the reverse, still a very pleasing example of this rare one-year type, seldom offered in any grade and one of the finest we have offered (£2,300 - £2,800)

1394) India 8 Annas 1919 Bombay KM#520 NEF with some light tone lines and some very small spots near the reverse rim (£75 - £150)

1398) India Gold Mohur 1862 Calcutta Mint, with V on bust and with two flowers in lower panel, KM#480 GVF with some minor rim bruises and minor flattening to the rim in places (£1,500 - £2,000)

1399) India Gold Mohur 1881 KM#496 GVF/NEF, a pleasing and even example, only 23,000 minted, all dates in this series scarce or rare (£2,000 - £2,500)

1400) India Quarter Rupee 1840 Calcutta Mint, Legend divided, Plain 4, WW Raised, No stop after date KM#454.2 EF (£30 - £60) 1401) Iran 2 1/2 Pahlavi Gold SH1354 KM#1201 GEF/AU and lustrous (£800 - £1,000)

1395) India Five Rupees Gold 1870 KM#476 Prooflike Restrike UNC and highly lustrous, some light contact marks and hairlines are evident, a very desirable example of this popular series and always highly sought after (£3,000 £3,500)

1402) Iran Gold Half Toman AH1318 (1901) Obverse: Uniformed Bust facing three-quarters right, Reverse Legend and value within circle and wreath GVF/NEF (£200 - £250) 1396) India Gold Mohur 1835 RS incuse on truncation, Calcutta Mint, KM#451.2 Fine/Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£500 £1,500)

1403) Ireland (2) Florin 1942 S.6634 Lustrous UNC and choice in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Halfpenny 1940 S.6644 UNC or near so with some lustre, the obverse with some tone spots (£80 - £100) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1404) Ireland Crown 1690 Gunmoney, Legend commences to left of the King’s Head S.6578, Timins TB60Y-1A, Bold VF with some die clashing in the legends as almost always found on this issue, struck on a slightly porous flan, overall a pleasing and evenly struck example, desirable thus (£300 - £400)

1416) Ireland Halfpenny 1805 S.6621 EF and lustrous, GB Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 VF cleaned (£20 - £30) 1417) Ireland Halfpenny 1805 S.6621 EF with some contact marks (£30 - £50) 1418) Ireland Halfpenny 1806 Evasion Obverse Bust right St. PATRICK APOS 432, Reverse: Crowned Regal Harp with IRELAND above and 1806 below, an overstruck issue with the underlying date (1813) clearly visible on the obverse, 8.44 grammes, Near Fine (£10 - £30) 1419) Ireland Halfpenny John, Third Coinage S.6231 Dublin Mint, moneyer Roberd, Fine or better (£50 - £75)

1405) Ireland Farthing 1760 S.6611 About VF (£30 - £50)

1420) Ireland Penny 1805 Bronzed Proof S.6620 UNC with a small rim nick and a contact mark on the reverse (£300 - £350)

1406) Ireland Farthing 1806 S.6622 NVF with some dirt in the obverse legend (£20 - £30) 1407) Ireland Farthing Evasion 1791 Obverse: Laureate Bust Right ENONA ATKNE, Reverse Shield of Arms KETEC GATVC (the V an inverted A), Withers 452, VF (£120 - £150) 1408) Ireland Groat Henry VIII First Issue (1534-1540) with crowned HR initials either side of the shield (issued 1540) S.6475, 2.23 grammes, VG or better with a flan stress mark across the harp (£50 - £75) 1409) Ireland Halfcrown 1690 May Gunmoney, Small size, S.6580B, Timmins Obverse 2, TB30sM-2A, GVF, a little porosity in the centre of the obverse, on a far superior flan to most examples seen of this type (£250 - £300)

1421) Ireland Penny 1822 S.6623 GVF (£40 - £80) 1422) Ireland Penny 1823 S.6623 EF/GEF (£100 - £150) 1423) Ireland Penny Elizabeth I 1601 2.19g, S.6510, mintmark Star, Good Fine on an irregularly shaped flan, with some verdigris in parts, a scarce issue and seldom offered (£30 - £60) 1424) Ireland Shilling 1937 S.6627, LCGS Variety 01 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£220 - £260)

1410) Ireland Halfcrown 1943 S.6633 VG or slightly better, the key date in the Halfcrown series (£220 - £320) 1411) Ireland Halfcrown 1943 S.6633 VG, the key date in the Halfcrown series, the reverse with some surface residue (£220 - £320)

1425) Ireland Shilling Gunmoney 1689 Oct. with R above S.6581E, Timmins TB12E-1E, a scarcer type, VF/About VF, a little off-centre, a pleasing example of this scarcer type (£200 - £250)

1412) Ireland Halfcrown Gunmoney 1689 Oct: S.6579E, Timmins TB30E-1E, NVF/Good Fine, with an edge nick, a little weak in places as is usual on many of these pieces (£150 - £200)

1426) Isle of Man Penny 1813 S.7415 VF/NVF once cleaned now retoned, with an edge nick and a small spot (£40 - £70)

1413) Ireland Halfpenny 1683 MAG BR FRA larger than the rest of the reverse legend S.6575 About VF, these early Irish coppers seldom seen in grades above Fine (£60 - £90) 1414) Ireland Halfpenny 1691 Limerick S.6594 VG the reverse better evenly struck, with traces of the understruck coin visible, a pleasing example for the grade (£50 - £80)

1427) Isle of Man Five Pounds Gold 1965 200th Anniversary of the Revestment Act Gold Proof KM#17 some minor hairlines on the obverse, nFDC/FDC retaining practically full mint lustre and brilliance, only 1000 minted, originally issued as part of the three-coin set, see also the lot containing the Sovereign and Half Sovereign of this type (£2,000 - £2,500)

1415) Ireland Halfpenny 1694 S.6597 About Fine/Fine the reverse with some contact marks (£40 - £60) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1428) Isle of Man Gold (2) Sovereign (Pound) 1965 200th Anniversary of the Revestment Act Gold Proof KM#16a nFDC/FDC the obverse with a hint of very light toning, retaining practically full brilliance, Half Sovereign (Half Pound) 1965 200th Anniversary of the Revestment Act Gold Proof KM#15a FDC, only 1000 minted of each, see also the lot containing the Gold Five Pounds of this type (£600 - £700)

1437) Italian States - Papal States (2) Two Lire 1866 XXI-R KM#1379.2 Lustrous UNC, 20 Baiocchi 1865 XX-R KM#1360a, UNC with some lustre (£75 - £100) 1438) Italian States - Parma 40 Lire Gold 1815 C#32 GVF a short two-year issue, as are many Parma coins, a seldom offered type with a mintage of just 220,000 pieces. Only 21 coins of all types were issued for Parma in the 19th Century with many very scarce or rare issues (£800 - £1,000)

1429) Isle of Man Halfpennies (2) 1798 S.7416 Near Fine, 1813 S.7416 Fine (£15 - £25) 1430) Isle of Man Halfpenny 1786 S.7414 GEF and nicely toned, the obverse with some light surface deposit in the legends, this possibly removable with care (£120 - £220) 1431) Isle of Man Penny 1733 S.7406 Fine (£20 - £40) 1432) Isle of Man Penny 1813 S.7415 Good Fine (£25 - £35) 1433) Israel 50 Lirot Gold 1964 (JE5275) 10th Anniversary of the Bank of Israel, with Mem, KM#72 Gold Proof Lustrous and eye-catching (£800 - £1,000)

1434) Israel 500 Pruta JE5709 (1949) (2) both Choice Unc (£40 £80)

1439) Italian States - Sardinia 100 Lire Gold 1835 FERRARIS/P, Privy Mark Eagle’s head, Torino Mint, KM#133.1 Near EF with two thin scratches by SARD and a gentle edge bruise by ET on the reverse, an impressive and scarce issue with a low mintage of just 26,360 pieces, and seldom offered (£1,500 - £1,750)

1440) Italian States - Sardinia 20 Lire Gold 1827 AL/L KM#118.1 Good Fine with a gentle edge bruise (£300 - £350)

1435) Italian States - Kingdom of Napoleon 20 Lire Gold 1808M KM#11 VF a scarce and seldom offered issue with a mintage of just 87,000 pieces (£350 - £450)

1441) Italian States - Tuscany Half Paolo 1839 C#68 UNC or near so, attractively toned with some light adjustment marks and light haymarking (£90 - £180) 1436) Italian States - Kingdom of Napoleon 40 Lire Gold 1813M with second 1 over 0 in the date, KM#12 this variety unlisted by Krause, Good Fine/NVF the reverse with some scratches around 7 o’clock (£550 - £750)

1442) Italian States - Tuscany Half Paolo 1853 C#68a NEF/EF and nicely toned (£90 - £180)

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1443) Italian States - Venice Gold Zecchino undated, Paul Rainer (1779-1789) NEF/GVF with weak striking in the centre (£270 - £320)

1456) Lebanon 5 Piastres 1925 Aluminium-Bronze KM#5.2 Lustrous UNC with a few small tone spots (£20 - £40) 1444) Italy 10 Lire 1927R KM#68.1 UNC with practically full lustre and a few light contact marks, a very pleasing example of this type (£50 - £100) 1445) Italy 100 Lire Gold 1931R Year IX KM#72 EF or very near so with some light contact marks, a short three-year series, with a total mintage for both types for this date of just 34,000 pieces (£420 - £520)

1457) Liberia Cent 1896H Lustrous UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction and a few small tone spots (£40 - £80) 1458) Liechtenstein Krone 1904 Y#2 UNC and lustrous with a few very small tone spots, this issue seldom seen in this high grade (£50 - £75) 1459) Liechtenstein Krone 1904 Y#2 UNC and lustrous, a most pleasing example and seldom seen in this high grade (£50 - £75) 1460) Liechtenstein Krone 1915 Y#2 UNC and lustrous, seldom seen in high grade (£50 - £75)

1446) Italy 2 Lire 1887R KM#23 UNC deeply toned, the obverse with some contact marks (£40 - £80) 1447) Italy 5 Lire 1956R KM#92 VF, the key date in the series (£20 - £50) 1448) Japan 10 Sen 1893 Year 26 Y#23 UNC (£35 - £70) 1449) Japan 10 Sen 1896 Year 29 Y#23 UNC (£35 - £70) 1450) Japan 10 Sen 1899 Year 32 Y#23 UNC (£25 - £50) 1451) Japan 5 Sen 1877 (Year 10) Type II Y#22 EF (£50 - £100) 1452) Japan 5 Sen 1894 (Year 27) Y#19 Toned UNC (£75 - £150) 1453) Japan Gold 10 Yen Year 30 (1897) Y#33 VF with a small test cut on the edge (£500 - £600)

1454) Japan Gold Yen Year 4 (1871) High Dot, 13.5mm diameter issue Y#9 VF, only issued in this year, the subsequent issues were struck on a reduced size 12mm flan (£300 - £350)

1461) Liechtenstein Krone 1915 Y#2 UNC and lustrous, the reverse with some very small tone spots (£50 - £75) 1462) Liechtenstein Two Franken 1924 Y#9 GVF/NEF with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£50 - £75) 1463) Lithuania 10 Litu 1938 20th Anniversary of the Republic KM#83 UNC and lustrous, starting to tone, with a very small tone spot in the obverse legend (£35 - £70) 1464) Malta 2 Scudi 1724 Larger Crowned Arms without inner circle KM#187 VF with multicoloured toning, once in jewellery, but still retaining considerable eye appeal (£250 - £350) 1465) Malta 30 Tari 1790 KM#335.1 VF with multicoloured toning, once in jewellery, but still retaining considerable eye appeal (£200 - £250) 1466) Mauritius Ten Cents 1954 Proof KM#33 nFDC with minor light toning and trivial contact marks, Very Rare, comes with envelope stating ‘Purchased 23rd Feb 93 cost £200’ (£100 - £200) 1467) Mexico 2 Escudos Gold 1787 Mo FM KM#130.2a Fine with some flattening to the edge milling at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, a scarce issue, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is the first example of any of the four years of this type we have offered (£300 - £400)

1455) Jordan 60 Dinars Gold 1981 International Year of the Child KM#46 Reverse: Palace of Culture in Amman, Gold Proof FDC, the only issue of this unusual denomination (£700 £800) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1468) Mexico 8 Escudos Gold 1748 Mo MF Obverse with Small armoured bust KM#150 Good Fine/NVF, scarce, a seldom seen type (£2,200 - £2,600)

1479) Mozambique 50 Centavos 1936 KM#65 Choice UNC with a subtle tone (£30 - £60) 1480) Nepal 1/8th Mohar Shah Dynasty Girvan Yuddha Vikrama undated (1799-1816), Wreath around sword, 0.68 grammes in silver, KM#523 VF (£35 - £70) 1481) Nepal 10.0G Asarphi Gold VS2038 (struck 1981) International Year of the Child KM#852 Gold Proof, the odd tiny nick otherwise FDC and retaining full original mint brilliance (£480 - £550)

1469) Mexico 8 Escudos Gold 1870 Zacatecas KM#383.11 NEF and lustrous with some surface marks and a small surface flaw after LEY in the legend, overall with much eye appeal, an impressive issue and desirable thus (£1,250 - £1,500)

1482) Netherlands 10 Gulden Gold 1876 KM#106 NEF/EF the first year of this issue with the revised reverse design, in a presentation box with certificate (£220 - £280) 1483) Netherlands 2 1/2 Gulden 1874 Privy mark Sword in scabbard KM#82 EF (£35 - £70)

1470) Mexico 8 Reales (2) 1780 Mo FF KM#106.2 Near Fine, heavily chop marked, 1764 Mo MF KM#105 Near Fine, heavily chop marked (£40 - £80) 1471) Mexico 8 Reales 1807 Mo TH KM#109 NVF with a slight weakness in the centre of the reverse (£40 - £80)

1484) Netherlands 5 Gulden Gold 1912 KM#151 NEF with some light hairlines and small rim nicks, in a presentation box with certificate (£110 - £150) 1485) Netherlands Gold Ducat 1838 Trade Coinage KM#50.2 GEF (£275 - £325)

1472) Mongolia 50 Mongo AH15 KM#7 (3) all UNC or very near so and lustrous with the odd very small tone spot (£40 £60) 1473) Mongolia 750 Tugrik Gold 1980 International Year of the Child KM#40 Reverse: Children dancing, Gold Proof FDC (£750 - £850)

1474) Mongolia Tugrik Year 15 (1925) KM#8 UNC and lustrous with some very minor tone spots (£35 - £70) 1475) Morocco (3) Dirhams AH1299 (1881) Paris Mint Y#5 Lustrous UNC (£25 - £50) 1476) Morocco (3) Dirhams AH1310 (1891) Paris Mint Y#5 AU/ UNC and lustrous with a few minor tone spots (£50 - £100) 1477) Morocco Half Dirham AH1299 (1881) Paris Mint Y#4 Lustrous UNC with a hint of golden tone (£20 - £40)

1486) Netherlands Gold Ducat 1839 Trade Coinage KM#50.2 EF (£400 - £500)

1487) New Zealand Threepence 1941 KM#7 A/UNC, the reverse with some light hairlines, a key date in high grade (£80 £120) 1488) Northern India Gold Unit - Gahadavalas of Kanauj, Govindra Chandra (1114-1154AD) Obverse : Goddess Lakshmi facing, Reverse: Devangari legend, 19mm diameter, 4.34 grammes, VF and well-centred, with a small edge crack, Essequibo and Demerary Half Stuiver 1813 KM#9 About VF once cleaned (£100 - £150) 1489) Norway (2) 50 Ore 1887 KM#356 Bold Good Fine with a light scratch on the King’s hairline, 25 Ore 1896 KM#360 About VF (£70 - £90)

1478) Morocco Half Rial (5 Dirhams) AH1329 Y#24 UNC and lustrous with a few small toning areas (£35 - £70) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1490) Norway 10 Kroner Gold 1902 KM#358 NEF and lustrous, a scarce one-year type with just 24,100 issued, only the second example we have offered in 18 years (£1,000 £1,500)

1491) Oman Saidi Rial AH1391(1971) Gold Proof, an impressive large gold type struck for presentation purposes. A Proof issue only, with a tiny mintage of 100 pieces only for this year, UNC with some deeper scratches at the top of the obverse causing a depression in the field, a minor scuff is evident on the top of the rim, with the edge milling fully intact. The fields retaining much lustre and brilliance. A very rare issue, and the scarcer of the two years issued for this rare type. Our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates this is the first of this type of either year we have offered (£2,200 - £2,800)

1497) Peru 50 Soles Gold 1965 KM#230 UNC and retaining some mint lustre (£1,000 - £1,500)

1498) Peru 8 Reales 1795 LIMAE IJ KM#97 Near Fine/Fine with chopmarks, Brazil 8 Reales 1814B KM#307.1 NVF with traces of the underlying coin visible including part of the date 1803 or 6 (£40 - £80) 1499) Philippines 20 Centavos 1929M KM#170 in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS64 (£45 - £90) 1500) Poland 10 Zlotych Gold 1925 900th Anniversary of the Founding of the Kingdom of Poland/Boleslaw I Y#32 UNC (£220 - £260)

1492) Palestine (2) 100 Mils 1940 KM#7 EF and lustrous, 20 Mils 1942 Bronze KM#5a About EF with traces of lustre (£110 - £130) 1493) Panama 50 Centesimos 1905 KM#5 (2) Fine and Good Fine, Krause states that many of these were melted (£40 - £80) 1494) Panama Half Balboa 1930 KM#12.1 Lustrous UNC, The first year of issue (£50 - £60) 1495) Peru 100 Soles Gold 1956 KM#231 UNC and lustrous with prooflike fields, only 1159 pieces minted, one of the lower mintages in this very impressive large gold series (£2,000 - £2,500)

1501) Poland 100 Zlotych 1966 Polish Millennium Y#57 silver issue Unc (£20 - £40) 1502) Poland 20 Zlotych Gold 1925 900th Anniversary of the Founding of the Kingdom of Poland/Boleslaw I Y#33 Lustrous UNC (£400 - £500)

1503) Portugal 10 Escudos 1928 Battle of Ourique 1139 KM#579 UNC or near so and lustrous, and 10 Escudos 1940 Unc (£30 - £60) 1504) Portugal 4 Escudos Gold 1769 KM#240 Fine with a light adjustment line on the obverse (£800 - £1,000) 1496) Peru 100 Soles Gold 1965 Reverse: Liberty seated KM#231 GEF/About UNC and lustrous, an impressive and large gold issue (£2,000 - £2,500)

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1511) Romania 20 Lei Gold 1944 Medallic Coinage, Romanian Kings 1601-1918-1944 X#M13 A/UNC and lustrous (£300 - £350)

1505) Portugal 4 Escudos Gold 1782 KM#281 Good Fine, an evenly struck and collectable example (£800 - £1,000)

1512) Russia 10 Roubles Gold 1899 AГ Y#64 About VF with some hairlines, in a presentation box with certificate (£250 £350) 1513) Russia 5 Roubles Gold 1898 AГ Y#62 NVF/VF in a presentation box with certificate (£140 - £180)

1506) Portugal 5000 Reis Gold 1863 KM#508 GVF with some flattening to the lower part of the reverse rim, the edge with some signs of old mounting in this area, however the coins surfaces show no signs of being an ex-jewellery item, a scarce two-year type, with this being by far the scarcer of the two dates with a low mintage of just 38,000 pieces (£500 - £600)

1514) Russia 50 Roubles Gold 1995 50th Anniversary of the United Nations .999 Gold Proof KM#408 the odd small fleck of toning otherwise FDC (£400 - £500)

1515) Russia Five Kopeks (2) 1853 CΠБ HI C#163 NEF and nicely toned, 1856 CΠБ ФБ C#163 EF and lightly toned (£100 £120)

1507) Portugal Half Escudo Gold 1726 with stop at the end of the legend KM#218.4 Near Fine (£250 - £300)

1508) Portuguese India (3) One Rupia 1935 KM#22 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, Half Rupia (2) 1936 KM#23 Lustrous UNC, 1947 KM#26 UNC with underlying golden lustre (£50 - £100)

1516) Russia Five Kopeks (2) 1863 CΠБ AБ Y#19.2 GEF/AU and attractively toned, 1865 CΠБ HФ Y#19.2 GEF with light toning (£100 - £120) 1517) Russia Five Roubles Gold 1902 AP Y#62 EF and lustrous with a contact mark on the obverse (£240 - £280)

1518) Russia One Rouble 1924 Y#90.1 EF (£60 - £80)

1509) Portuguese India Rupia 1947 KM#27 UNC with practically full lustre (£35 - £70)

1519) Sarawak Half Cent 1863 KM#2 About VF with some edge nicks and some surface residue, Straits Settlements Five Cents 1894 KM#10 NVF with underlying gold and magenta toning (£40 - £60)

1510) Rhodesia and Nyasaland Shilling 1955 Pattern with no shoulder strap, unlisted as such by Krause, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Ex-South Africa Mint collection (£420 - £480)

1520) Saudi Arabia - United Kingdoms Gold Guinea AH1377 (1957) KM#43 EF, one of only two years minted of this denomination (£380 - £450)

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1521) Saudi Arabia Guinea AH1370 (1950) KM#36 UNC or very near so and lustrous (£375 - £425)

1528) South Africa Farthing 1930 KM#12.2 EF with some small spots, Rare, the key date in the series with only 6560 pieces minted, Canada 25 Cents 1886 KM#5 VG (£80 - £100) 1529) South Africa Gold Half Pond 1894 KM#9.2 VF the obverse with some hairlines on the portrait (£300 - £350)

1522) Scotland 30 Shillings James VI English Arms in first and fourth quarters S.5504 mintmark Thistle Near fine/Fine the obverse with a scratch, the legends bold (£100 - £150) 1523) Scotland Quarter Dollar 1682 S.5620 Near Fine/Fine, a scarce issue (£90 - £120)

1530) South Africa Gold Pond 1898 KM#10.2 GVF/NEF with some thin scratches in the legends (£500 - £600)

1524) Scotland Six Shillings Charles I Third Coinage, Falconer’s Second Issue with F, Bust within legend, 2.03 grammes, S.5571, mintmark Thistle, Obverse Fine with bold legends, Reverse Good Fine and bold with some adjustment lines on the crown, a pleasing example on a full flan (£70 - £120) 1525) Scotland Two Shillings James VI S.5509 Mintmark Thistle GVF evenly struck a most pleasing piece (£250 - £300)

1526) Serbia 50 Para 1915 Coinage die axis alignment, with designer’s name KM#24.3 VF lightly toned (£40 - £60) 1527) South Africa - Griquatown Silver Ten Pence Token, undated (c.1815-1816) Obverse: GRIQUA TOWN with 10 in centre, Reverse: A dove with an olive branch in it’s beak. Edge: Oblique Milling. 25mm diameter, 4.19 grammes, approaching EF, toned with original surfaces. An extremely rare and sought after issue, our research has established that a 10 Pence Silver, described as choice mint state was sold in Australia in 2007 realised $17,250 Australian Dollars, The Griqua Coinage is South Africa’s first autonomous coinage and forms an important part of South African numismatic history. Cataloguers note: Griquatown is situated in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The town, formerly named Klaarwater, was established in April 1805 by missionary William Anderson of the London Missionary Society. The Griquas were formidable traders who understood the concept of money, acting as middlemen between the colony and the northern nations. The coinage was minted in four denominations: 1/4 and 1/2 pence in copper, and 5 and 10 pence in silver. The coins circulated for no more than two years before being withdrawn and smelted. The South African Mint struck a Commemorative 5 Rand marking the 200th Anniversary coin in 2015 with the reverse featuring the dove design (£750 - £1,500)

1531) South Africa Gold Pound 1959 Proof KM#54 A/UNC and lustrous with some hairlines (£420 - £480)

1532) Southern Rhodesia Shilling 1949 KM#22 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£40 - £60) 1533) Southern Rhodesia Sixpence 1945 KM#10 UNC (£25 - £50) 1534) Spain 10 Escudos Gold 1868 (Year 68) KM#636.1 NEF/EF a pleasing example of this short-lived issue, only produced for 4 years (£400 - £500)

1535) Spain 100 Reales Gold 1858 KM#605.1 NEF/GVF (£420 £480)

1536) Spain 20 Reales 1859 with traces of 9 over 7 (this unlisted by Krause), type as KM#609.2, mintmark 6-pointed star NVF/VF (£35 - £70) 1537) Spain 4 Reales 1857 mintmark 6-pointed Star KM#608.2 GEF, attractively toned and lustrous (£150 - £200)

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1538) Spain 4 Reales 1858 mintmark 6-pointed Star KM#608.2 UNC or near so, attractively toned and lustrous (£100 £150)

1546) Sweden 20 Kronor Gold 1898EB KM#748 GEF with a contact mark in the field on the obverse, and a small scuff on the top of the rim (£400 - £450)

1539) Spain Two Escudos 1806 S CN KM#435.2 Good Fine/VF with some weakness on the shield and correspondingly on the obverse (£325 - £375)

1547) Sweden 4 Skilling 1849 KM#672 EF/AU the obverse with some tone spots (£60 - £120) 1540) Straits Settlements Five Cents 1895 KM#10 Good Fine with some light thin scratches (£30 - £40) 1541) Sweden 10 Kronor Gold 1874TS with O in shortened Royal title, KM#732 GEF, only three dates were issued of this short-lived type (£230 - £280)

1548) Sweden 5 Kronor 1920W KM#797 VF, a scarce one-year type, in a presentation box with certificate (£75 - £100) 1549) Swiss Cantons - Bern Half Batzen 1798 KM#91 Lustrous UNC (£25 - £50) 1550) Switzerland (2) 5 Francs Shooting Thaler 1883 Lugano KM#S16 EF and lustrous with some light contact marks, 5 Francs 1925B KM#38 GVF/NEF the reverse lustrous (£120 - £150) 1551) Switzerland 100 Francs Gold 1939 Lucerne Shooting Festival X#S21 Lustrous UNC (£800 - £1,000)

1542) Sweden 20 Kronor Gold 1873ST KM#733 GEF/AU and lustrous (£380 - £450)

1543) Sweden 20 Kronor Gold 1878EB KM#748 EF with some small edge nicks (£400 - £450)

1552) Switzerland 2 Francs (2) 1920B and 1921B KM#21 both UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£20 - £40) 1553) Switzerland 20 Francs Gold 1883 KM#31.1 the first year of the Gold 20 Francs minted, a one-year type with a milled edge, subsequent issues have a lettered edge (£280 - £350)

1544) Sweden 20 Kronor Gold 1889EB KM#748 UNC and lustrous, light contact marks only, with prooflike fields (£400 - £500) 1554) Switzerland 5 Francs 1892B KM#34 Fine/Good Fine, ExJewellery, cleaned (£20 - £40) 1555) Switzerland 5 Francs Shooting Thaler 1881 Fribourg X#S15 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£60 - £120)

1545) Sweden 20 Kronor Gold 1890EB KM#748 EF (£380 - £450)

1556) Switzerland One Rappen 1889B KM#3.1 Good Fine with some surface residue in the devices, one of the key dates in the series (£75 - £100) 1557) Syria Half Piastre 1921 KM#68 Choice UNC and lustrous (£25 - £50) 1558) Syria Half Piastre 1921 KM#68 UNC and attractively toned (£25 - £50)

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1559) Thailand 4000 Baht Gold 1981 International Year of the Child KM#153 Gold Proof FDC uncased in capsule, no certificate, an unusual denomination and a one-year type (£850 - £950)

1569) USA - New York Remembrance Token 23mm diameter in bronze, 5.29 grammes, Obverse: An open book, Reverse: A.F. in centre, with REMEMBRANCER. 1824., R-E NY 167, Near VF (£250 - £300) 1560) Thailand Bullet Money Baht Rama IV undated (1851-1868) Mongkut C#137.1 Chakra stamp incomplete, Fine (£60 £80) 1561) Tristan da Cunha Crown 2011 Prince William and Catherine Middleton meet (2001) Gold plated Cupro-Nickel Proof, FDC uncased in capsule (£15 - £30) 1562) Tunisia - French Protectorate Medallic Coinage 10 Francs (2) 1953A (AH1373) and 1954A (AH1374) X#1 both UNC with practically full lustre and some hairlines, Rare with only 1703 pieces struck (£35 - £70) 1563) Tunisia 2 Francs 1915A KM#239 Lustrous UNC (£30 - £60) 1564) Tunisia 2 Francs 1916A KM#239 Lustrous UNC with a few light contact marks (£30 - £60) 1565) Tunisia 75 Dinars Gold 1982 International Year of the Child KM#317 Gold Proof FDC or very near so with the odd small hairline, retaining full mint brilliance (£600 - £700)

1566) Turkey 10,000 Lire Gold 1979 International Year of the Child KM#933 Gold Proof nFDC retaining full mint brilliance, Rare with a mintage of just 4450 pieces (£700 - £900)

1570) USA (2) Five Cents 1894 Breen 2555 Near Fine, One Cent 1864 Cupro-Nickel, Rounded tip to bust, No L, Breen 1954 NVF/VF (£60 - £80) 1571) USA (2) Quarter Dollar 1919S Breen 4238 Fine, Five Cents 1915S Breen 2596 VF with some small spots on the lower part of the reverse, both scarce (£50 - £100) 1572) USA 2 1/2 Dollars Gold 1853 Breen 6220 NEF/GVF the reverse with an old scratch in the field (£150 - £180) 1573) USA Dime 1832 High 2, Breen 3198,the obverse with golden toning, the reverse with a colourful gold, blue and magenta tone, graded as UNC Cleaned by NGC (£200 £400)

1574) USA Dollar (2) 1884O, Oval O with slit opening, Breen 5577 UNC with original lustre, 1885O Breen 5588 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£70 - £90) 1575) USA Dollar (2) 1934D Medium ‘filled’ D, heavily struck mintmark, Breen 5737, VAM 2, About VF, 1935 Breen 5739 GVF (£50 - £60) 1576) USA Dollar 1878CC 7 Tail Feathers, parallel arrow feathers, Short nock, Thick LIBERTY, Breen 5523 GVF/VF with a small edge nick (£60 - £80)

1567) Turkey Quarter Cedid Mahmudiye Gold Mahmud II AH1223/28 (1836) KM#643 (2) the first NEF with traces of red tone, the second EF and lustrous (£70 - £90) 1568) United Arab Emirates Gold 750 Dirhams 1980 International Year of the Child Gold KM#8 Proof FDC, scarce with a mintage of just 3063 pieces (£700 - £900)

1577) USA Dollar 1878S 7 Tail Feathers, parallel arrow feathers, Short nock, Breen 5518 UNC or very near so and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£30 - £50) 1578) USA Dollar 1879 Breen 5526 Lustrous UNC with some light contact marks (£40 - £60) 1579) USA Dollar 1882CC Breen 5569 graded PCGS MS62, this coin housed in an old PCGS ‘rattler’ holder on green paper with typewritten details (These holders used between Feb.1986 and Sept.1989) (£75 - £150)

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1580) USA Dollar 1882CC Breen 5569 VF/GVF with some edge nicks and a heavy contact mark in the reverse field (£40 £60) 1581) USA Dollar 1884CC Breen 5580 graded PCGS MS63, this coin housed in an old PCGS ‘rattler’ holder on green paper with typewritten details (These holders used between Feb.1986 and Sept.1989) (£75 - £150)

1594) USA Quarter Dollar 1878 Breen 4101 EF with some spots and hairlines (£100 - £160) 1595) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1879 Breen 6991 VF or better with some contact marks, Breen states ‘Extremely Rare in mint state’ (£700 - £800)

1582) USA Dollar 1890S Breen UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks and a thin scratch on the obverse (£35 - £45) 1583) USA Dollar 1892 Breen 5625 NEF (£35 - £45) 1584) USA Dollar 1928 Breen 5730 EF/About EF with a small scuff in the obverse field (£100 - £120)

1596) USA Ten Dollars Gold 1888S Breen 7028 GVF/VF with an edge nick and some contact marks (£550 - £750)

1585) USA Five Cents 1883 Barber Liberty Head First Type, No Cents, Repunched Date, with a small extra line extending from the lower left of the first 8 (possible 8 over 1?) Fivaz/ Stanton 1301 AU/GEF, the variety unlisted by Breen and much scarcer than the standard date variety for this type (£40 - £60) 1586) USA Five Cents 1937 a Mint Error - Mis-Strike clogged die, the reverse legend FIVE CENTS having the E of FIVE and the C of CENTS barely visible under magnification, Good Fine, an unusual error and rare thus (£60 - £90)

1597) USA Twenty Dollars Gold 1907D Liberty Head Breen 7354 EF and lustrous (£1,100 - £1,500)

1587) USA Five Dollars Gold 1905 Breen 6787 About EF/EF (£300 - £400)

1588) USA Half Dollars (2) 1861S Large S, Breen 4907 Good to VG, Rare, 1925 Lexington-Concord Sesquicentennial, Breen 7462 NEF with a small spot above the date (£100 - £200) 1589) USA North American Token 1781 Breen 1144, weight 7.52 grammes, Fine, a little weak on the RC of COMMERCE, otherwise bold and with some detail remaining on the ship’s hull, unusual for this grade, slightly bent but rare (£25 - £75)

1598) USA/Ireland Halfpenny 1723 Woods, No Pellet before H of HIBERNIA, Small 3 in date, Breen 157 Fine with some scratches on the reverse (£25 - £35) 1599) USA/Ireland Halfpenny 1723 Woods, Small 3 over 2, with much of the 2 showing to the right of the 3, Breen 153 NGC AU58 BN, struck on a generous 28mm diameter flan, all Woods Halfpennies rare in high grade, the variety coins particularly elusive (£250 - £350)

1590) USA One Cent 1783 Washington, Military Bust, Small Bust, Plain Edge, 7.94 grammes, Breen 1202 VF/NVF and scarce (£100 - £200) 1591) USA One Cent 1838 Breen 1869, upper left serif in E of LIBERTY weak as often, (see notes in Breen) VF (£30 - £60) 1592) USA One Cent 1869 the 9 of the date in slightly doubled Breen 1976 Fine with some surface marks and rim knocks, Rare (£110 - £130) 1593) USA One Dollar (2) 1923 Breen 5717 UNC lightly toned and original with some small spots and contact marks, 1925 Breen 5722 UNC and lustrous (£50 - £100)

1600) Yemen Half Ahmadi Ryal AH1372 (1953) Y#16.1 VF (£25 £35) 1601) Yemen Quarter Imadi Riyals (2) AH1343 Y#10 Fine with some thin scratches, scarce, AH1345 Y#10 Fine and bold, Quarter Ahmadi Riyal AH1368 About Fine with evidence of a mount having been removed from the top (£25 - £50)

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1602) Yemen Quarter Riyal AH1382 Thick flan variety weighing 5.80 grammes, Y#25.1 About VF (£150 - £200)

1610) Crown 1818 LVIII ESC 211, Bull 2005 NEF nicely toned, the obverse with a few heavier contact marks (£350 - £550)

1603) Yemen Riyal AH1344 Y#7 About EF/EF, Yemen Arab Republic Riyal AH1382 (1963) Y#31 NVF/VF (£50 - £100)

1604) Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 (£50 - £80)

1611) Crown 1819 LX with double tailed Q in QUI displaying the short tail and the looped tail, one above the other, S of PENSE points to a denticle, a very rare sub-variety, we note we have only previously listed one example in 18 years, that coin was with an LIX edge coin, Fine, of particular interest to the George III collector and variety specialists (£120 - £150)

1605) Britannia Gold Ten Pounds 2003 One Tenth Ounce S.BN6 BU uncased in capsule with certificate, the capsule cracked (£100 - £150)

1612) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 Fine or slightly better with a gentle edge bruise and some thin scratches on the obverse (£120 - £150)

1606) Crown 1680 Fourth Bust ESC 60 VG Scarce (£85 - £140)

1613) Crown 1844 Star Stops on edge ESC 280, Bull 2561 Fine, the reverse slightly better with touches of blue tone (£80 - £100)

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1607) Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97 A/UNC and lustrous the reverse with some very light adjustment lines, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£2,200 - £2,600)

1614) Crown 1844 Star Stops on edge ESC 280, Bull 2561 Fine/ Good Fine with two edge bruises (£80 - £100) 1615) Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 Good Fine (£80 - £120) 1616) Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 Near VF (£250 - £300) 1617) Crown 1887 ESC 296, Bull 2585 GEF and attractively toned (£100 - £150)

1608) Crown 1703 VIGO as ESC 99, Bull 1340, the R of TERTIO on edge overstruck, with the underlying letter unclear, (possibly a P or D?) GVF/NEF with gentle edge bruises by HIB, the reverse surfaces particularly attractive exhibiting old grey toning with hint of underlying gold and blue, a most attractive example and original example and desirable thus (£2,500 - £4,000)

1618) Crown 1887 Proof ESC 297, Bull 2586 nFDC the obverse with grey tone, minor contact marks are visible under magnification, the Proof issue always desirable with only 1084 pieces minted (£2,000 - £2,500)

1619) Crown 1888 Wide Date Bull 2588, Davies 481 dies 1A, Unlisted in the 1992 ESC, VG/Near Fine, Rare (£50 - £75) 1609) Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123 Bull 1666 A/UNC and attractive with some flecks of toning. Ex LCA 160 Lot 2033 realised £3,200 (£2,600 - £3,600)

1620) Crown 1889 ESC 299, Bull 2589, Davies 483 dies 1A, Near VF/VF or better (£60 - £70) 1621) Crown 1890 ESC 300, Bull 2590 GEF/EF with some tiny rim nicks (£100 - £120) 1622) Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A, NEF with grey tone (£50 - £75)

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1623) Crown 1893 LVI Proof ESC 304, Bull 2594, Davies 505 dies 2A T of VICTORIA points to a space, the B of B.P. very weakly struck, FDC, flashes of blue, gold and magenta toning add to the eye appeal of this attractive and desirable piece NGC PF65 CAMEO (£3,000 - £4,000)

1624) Crown 1897 LX ESC 312, Bull 2602 Bright NEF with a series of scratches before IND (£50 - £100)

1632) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562, UNC lightly cleaned at some time, now with a colourful gold and pale blue tone with touches of magenta (£250 - £300)

1633) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 3687, Bull 3631 nFDC retaining much original brilliance, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£280 - £350)

1625) Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313, Bull 2603 VF/GVF toned with signs of old cleaning (£70 - £90) 1626) Crown 1898 LXII ESC 315, Bull 2605, Davies 526, dies 2E, About EF nicely toned with a few surface marks (£75 £125) 1627) Crown 1898 LXII ESC 315, Bull 2605, Davies 526, dies 2E, VF/Near VF with grey and gold toning (£50 - £60) 1628) Crown 1899 LXIII ESC 317, Bull 2607, Davies 531 dies 3E, NEF with some contact marks, 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A, GVF/VF, once lightly cleaned (£80 £120) 1629) Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 VF with some edge nicks and two surface nicks by the date (£90 - £120) 1630) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562, FDC with excellent surfaces and attractive gold and olive toning NGC PF63 MATTE and difficult to find so choice (£300 - £400)

1631) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562, Toned UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£200 - £250)

1634) Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 GEF with original underlying colour, hints of blue and gold in the legends enhance the considerable eye appeal (£230 - £280) 1635) Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3644 NEF with some small spots and contact marks (£140 - £200) 1636) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655 nFDC with practically full mint brilliance and lustre, the portrait and St. George reverse design are fully frosted (£450 £650)

1637) Crown 1953 Proof ESC 393G, Bull 4331 FDC or very near so, retaining practically full mint brilliance, a very pleasing and sharp example (£60 - £80)

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1638) Crown George IV undated Pattern (c.1829) ESC 265A, Bull 2353, struck in White Metal. Obverse similar in style to the 1821 crowns, with no B.P. below the bust. Reverse Royal Arms with supporters, with M (Merlen) below. Similar in style to the Whiteaves patterns of the period, No legend, 16.79 grammes, Near EF with a few surface marks, Extremely Rare, rated R6 by ESC (3 or 4 examples known). We note the example in the Maritime Collection (London Coins Auction A148 Lot 1782 realised £1500 hammer price as far back as September 2014 (£1,000 - £1,500)

1648) Double Florin 1889 Second I in VICTORIA an Inverted 1 ESC 398A, Bull 2702 NEF with some contact marks (£60 - £120) 1649) Farthing 1674 Peck 527 Fine (£50 - £100) 1650) Farthing 1675 Peck 528 Fine (£25 - £50) 1651) Farthing 1694 with traces of an overstrike to the left of the M of GVLIELMVS, the underlying letter unclear, as Peck 616, Good Fine on a slightly porous flan (£40 - £80)

1639) Crowns (2) 1844 Star Stops on edge ESC 280, Bull 2561 VG/ Near Fine, once cleaned, 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, 2564, VG, the reverse slightly better (£90 - £120)

1652) Farthing 1714 struck on a small flan of 21.5mm diameter, 5.65 grammes, Peck 741 NGC XF45 (£400 - £600)

1640) Crowns (2) 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 VG the reverse slightly better, 1847 Young Head ESC 286, Bull 2567 VG/Near Fine (£100 - £120) 1641) Crowns (2) 1894 LVIII ESC 307, Bull 2597, Davies 510, dies 2C, NVF/VF, 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 514, dies 2A GF/NVF with grey tone (£90 - £120) 1642) Crowns (2) 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 513 dies 2A, VF with some hairlines, once cleaned, 1896 LX ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 516 dies 2A About Fine/Fine (£90 - £120) 1643) Crowns (2) 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021 nFDC with some hairlines and light toning and 1953 Proof ESC 393G, Bull 4331 nFDC with a hint of toning (£70 - £100) 1644) Dollar Bank of England 1804 No Stop after REX, Obverse E, Reverse 2 ESC 164, Bull 1951 Good Fine/Fine, toned (£75 - £125) 1645) Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Mexico 8 Reales 1795 FM Mo ESC 129, Bull 1852 Countermark NEF host coin GVF with traces of old lacquering (£200 - £350)

1653) Farthing 1717 Dump issue Reverse B, (First A of Britannia not overstruck) as Peck 783 VF a pleasing and even example with much eye appeal, Rare in all grades above Fine (£100 - £200) 1654) Farthing 1723 R over sideways R in REX Peck 827 Near Fine, once cleaned, Very Rare (£20 - £50) 1655) Farthing 1754 Peck 892, in an ANACS holder and graded EF45 (£70 - £90) 1656) Farthing 1773 Obverse 2 Peck 913 EF with colourful tone, the reverse with some darker toning spots (£40 - £80) 1657) Farthing 1799 Gilt Proof, Peck 1272 KF8, UNC and lustrous, retaining much brilliance with some small tone spots (£200 - £300)

1646) Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 ESC 394, Bull 2695 Obverse A/UNC, the reverse UNC with minor cabinet friction, with attractive original surfaces displaying blue and gold toning over original mint lustre (£100 - £120) 1647) Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 Proof ESC 396, Bull 2698, nFDC the obverse with some contact marks in the left field, the portrait with original frosting, reflective fields over a superb blue/green, gold and magenta toning further enhance the eye appeal (£400 - £600)

1658) Farthing 1839 FID: DEF: Peck 1554 A/UNC with a trace of lustre (£50 - £75) 1659) Farthing 1844 Peck 1565 Good Fine with some surface residue, one of the key dates in the Young Head series (£50 - £100) 1660) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 501, dies 3+B UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£180 - £220)

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1661) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border/Beaded Border mule Freeman 498 dies 2+A, GVF/VF for wear with overall porous surfaces (£60 - £100)

1662) Farthings (2) 1691 Tin, No Stop after GVLIELMVS, the edge illegible, this variety recorded on examples of Peck 581, Near Fine for wear, with some scratches and surface blistering, 1694 GVLIELMS error, BRITANNIA with unbarred A’s, Peck 621 NVG Very Rare (£40 - £80) 1663) Farthings (2) 1825 Obverse 1, Peck 1414 UNC or near so and lustrous, 1845 Peck 1566, Reverse B. 9 teeth date spacing. B of BRITANNIAR has no top serif, lower serif fully struck. Second A of BRITANNIAR unbarred, About EF with some lustre and a few small spots (£30 - £60) 1664) Fifty Pence 2009 100 Years of Scouting Gold Proof Piedfort S.H17 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2007 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1665) Fifty Pence 2009 100th Anniversary of the WSPU Gold Proof Piedfort S.H12 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2003 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1666) Fifty Pence 2009 150 Years of Public Libraries Gold Proof Piedfort S.H11, FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98, This reverse type originally issued on the 2000 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1667) Fifty Pence 2009 250th Anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary Gold Proof Piedfort S.H14 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2005 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1668) Fifty Pence 2009 25th Anniversary of Britain joining the European Union Gold Proof Piedfort S.H9, FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. this reverse type originally issued on the 1998 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

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1669) Fifty Pence 2009 50th Anniversary of D-Day Gold Proof Piedfort S.H23 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 1994 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1672) Fifty Pence 2009 Britannia ‘New Pence’ Reverse Gold Proof Piedfort S.H20 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the now smaller-sized 1998 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1670) Fifty Pence 2009 50th Anniversary of the NHS Gold Proof Piedfort S.H10, FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 1998 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1673) Fifty Pence 2009 EU Presidency Gold Proof Piedfort S.H22 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 1992/3 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1671) Fifty Pence 2009 Britannia ‘Fifty Pence’ Reverse Gold Proof Piedfort S.H8, FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98.This reverse type originally issued on the 1982 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1674) Fifty Pence 2009 Royal Shield of Arms Gold Proof Piedfort S.H18 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2008 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

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1675) Fifty Pence 2009 Victoria Cross - The Award Gold Proof Piedfort S.H15 FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2007 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1676) Fifty Pence 2009 Victoria Cross - The Heroic Acts Gold Proof Piedfort S.H16 FDC or very near so with the odd small flecks of red tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 98. This reverse type originally issued on the 2007 coin, the Gold Piedfort coins, weighing 31 grammes, were specially struck dated 2009 for inclusion in the Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary set. With the extremely low mintage of 40 pieces, this type usually only available as part of the S.PG50PPCS Fifty Pence 40th Anniversary Set, a rare opportunity to purchase this rare type as a single coin. We note similar pieces are currently being offered on internet websites for between £6,900 and £19,400 depending on the exact grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

1678) Fifty Pence 2020 Winnie the Pooh Gold Proof FDC in an NGC ‘First Releases’ holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, one of many children’s favourites recently portrayed on the Fifty Pence coin (£1,100 - £1,400)

1679) Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial Gold Proof S.L6 UNC with some contact marks, retaining almost full mint lustre and brilliance, uncased with no certificate (£2,000 - £2,500)

1680) Five Pound Crown 2010 2-Year Countdown to the 2012 London Olympics Silver Proof Piedfort, in an NGC holder with blue 2012 Olympic logo, and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo (£50 - £75)

1677) Fifty Pence 2020 Winnie the Pooh Gold Proof FDC in an NGC ‘First Releases’ holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, one of many children’s favourites recently portrayed on the Fifty Pence coin (£1,100 - £1,400)

1681) Five Pound Crown 2019 The Tower of London - The Yeoman Warders Silver Proof Piedforts (2) S.L75 FDC in NGC holders, each graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, First Releases (£100 - £120) 1682) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 NEF/GVF the obverse with some fine hairlines and rubbing to the Queen’s jawline, the reverse with a series of fine hairlines at the top, and some flattening the top edge of the rim suggests once in jewellery, however overall of considerable superior appearance to the vast majority of Ex-jewellery pieces (£1,800 - £2,400)

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1683) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 VF the obverse with a series of fine scratches in the left field and a depression in this and the surrounding area, some roughness in the edge milling suggests once possibly in jewellery, the reverse however shows no signs of being an ex-jewellery piece (£1,600 £2,200)

1684) Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 VF the reverse slightly better, Ex-mount, the Queen’s face lightly rubbed, otherwise the surfaces considerable superior to the vast majority of Exmount pieces (£2,000 - £2,600)

1688) Florin 1863 ESC 822, Bull 2850 VG/NF without problems, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 10, a collectable example of this very rare date, and thus far the only example recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,100 - £1,400)

1689) Florin 1893 Proof ESC 877, Bull 2963, Davies 831P, dies 2A First I of VICTORIA point to a bead UNC with some hairlines and a small spot by TWO, retaining considerable mint brilliance, Shilling 1893 Large Letters on Obverse Proof ESC 1362, Bull 3155. Davies 1011P UNC with some hairlines, nicely matched with both reverses sharing a hint of underlying matching tone, Sixpence 1893 Veiled Head Proof ESC 1763, Bull 3286, Davies 1181P, dies 2A, First I of VICTORIA points to a bead, UNC with blue/grey toning (£800 - £1,000)

1685) Five Pounds Gold 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SE6 Proof nFDC with light contact marks and two small tone spots, uncased in capsule, no certificate (£2,000 - £2,800)

1686) Five Pounds Gold 2020 with King George III Privy Mark to the right of the exergue, and PISTRUCCI in full to the left of the exergue, in an NGC holder and graded MS70 Matte (£2,400 - £2,800)

1690) Florin 1902 ESC 919, Bull 3577 Lustrous UNC with some minor contact marks, Shilling 1902 ESC 1410, Bull 3587 Lustrous UNC with some edge nicks and light contact marks, both coins with considerable eye appeal (£120 £140) 1691) Florin 1902 Matt Proof ESC 920, Bull 3578, nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£100 - £120)

1687) Florin 1849 ESC 802, Bull 2815 VF with some contact marks (£60 - £80)

1692) Florin 1904 ESC 922, Bull 3580 UNC with golden toning in places, the Britannia figure particularly well struck, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the third finest of 31 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £350)

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1699) Guinea 1686 First Bust S.3400 VF and with a pleasing and even strike, many James II Guineas are encountered with areas of weak striking, this a superior example with excellent eye appeal (£2,000 - £3,000)

1693) Florin 1953 VIP Proof (Obverse 1) Davies 2360P, UNC with attractive toning, some light scratches in the obverse field, the standard Proof for this year has the Obverse 2 portrait. Ex-J.B.De Loynes (Ex-Head of the Nigeria Bank) (£400 - £600)

1694) Florin 1958 VIP Proof of ESC 968L, Bull 4411 UNC/nFDC with light toning, Rare, Ex-Spink Auction 26-27 March 2013 13012 Lot 1014 (£400 - £600)

1695) Groat 1838 ESC 1930, Bull 3319 UNC with a subtle and attractive blue and gold tone, the reverse with very light cabinet friction (£55 - £65) 1696) Groat 1854 Davies 1229 Choice UNC and graded 85 by LCGS, the joint finest of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS population report (£120 - £150)

1700) Guinea 1686 First Bust S.3400 VG/NVG the reverse worn in the centre (£750 - £850)

1701) Guinea 1694 S.3426 VG or slightly better/VG, all William and Mary gold issues scarce or rare, now sought after in all grades (£2,000 - £2,500)

1702) Guinea 1695 S.3458 Fine with two small scuffs on the edge, a collectable example of early milled gold, the reverse a little weak on the top crown as often, the reverse otherwise bold (£1,500 - £2,000)

1697) Guinea 1680 S.3344 the 0 of the date struck over a smaller 0, which is visible within the loop VG/NVG, even in lower grade, the variety very clear (£450 - £550) 1703) Guinea 1698 Large Date and Lettering on the reverse, S.3462, Near Fine, Ex-jewellery with a mount having been removed from the top of the obverse (£360 - £450)

1698) Guinea 1681 S.3344 VG/NVG with some smoothing evident to the lower part of the reverse, and a small area of scuffing to the edge by CAROLVS, an affordable example of the Charles II type now becoming increasingly hard to find in all grades (£750 - £850)

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1704) Guinea 1701 Narrow Crowns, Ornamented Sceptres S.3463 VG/Near Fine, a scarcer one-year type (£1,000 - £1,500)

1705) Guinea 1710 S.3574 GVF with some light scratches to the obverse, a most pleasing and evenly struck example with plenty of eye appeal (£1,500 - £2,500)

1706) Guinea 1715 Second Laureate Head S.3629 weight 8.19 grammes, About Fine/Good Fine with dull surfaces, close examination of the surfaces and edge suggests once in jewellery (£550 - £650)

1707) Guinea 1715 Third laureate head S.3630 VG/Near Fine, George I gold is sought after but difficult to find in all grades (£800 - £1,000)

1708) Guinea 1716 Third laureate head S.3630 VG/Fine, ExJewellery (£400 - £500)

1710) Guinea 1725 S.3637 GVF the obverse with touches of red toning in the legends, all George I gold desirable in grades VF or better (£1,250 - £1,750)

1711) Guinea 1726 S.3633 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the finest of just 3 examples recorded by the LCGS Population Report, formerly in an NGC holder and graded NGC AU53, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin (£2,500 - £3,500)

1712) Guinea 1736 S.3674 VG/About Fine, a collectable and problem-free example of the Young Head type (£900 £1,100)

1713) Guinea 1752 S.3680 VF the obverse particularly well struck for this type (£1,400 - £1,750)

1714) Guinea 1753 S.3680 About VF/Near VF, our archive database shows that this is only the third example we have offered since 2003 (£1,000 - £1,500)

1709) Guinea 1722 S.3631 VG, George I Guineas now becoming sought after in all grades (£850 - £950) 1715) Guinea 1755 S.3680 VF (£1,000 - £1,750)

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1716) Guinea 1758 S.3680 VF or slightly better with traces of red tone (£1,200 - £1,800)

shows we have only offered two previous examples in 18 years (£1,250 - £2,500)

1717) Guinea 1759 S.3680 approaching Fine/Fine (£1,000 £1,200)

1723) Guinea 1764 Second Laureate Head, S.3726 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, the obverse with some flattening and with a series of hairlines causing a depression in the fields, the second head coins only issued in 1763 and 1764, all are rare and desirable (£1,000 - £1,500)

1718) Guinea 1759 S.3680 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 (£1,250 - £2,000) 1724) Guinea 1765 S.3727 NEF with some minor contact marks (£900 - £1,500)

1719) Guinea 1759 S.3680 VG or slightly better/Near Fine (£650 - £750) 1725) Guinea 1766 S.3727 Good Fine, Ex-jewellery (£260 - £350)

1720) Guinea 1760 S.3680 Good Fine, bent and restraightened as a love token (£440 - £550)

1726) Guinea 1768 S.3727 the 8 overstruck, the underlying figure unclear, Near VF with good surfaces and much eye appeal (£750 - £1,500)

1721) Guinea 1760 S.3680 GVF/NEF all George II gold desirable in higher grades (£1,500 - £2,000) 1727) Guinea 1769 S.3728 GVF/VF a nicely struck example the obverse particularly pleasing (£750 - £1,500)

1722) Guinea 1761 First Laureate Head, with two leaves at the top of the wreath, S.3725 Good Fine, the obverse with a small file mark on the rim at 11 o’clock with fine scratches in this area, an extremely rare and sought after one-year type and seldom offered in any grade, indeed our archive database More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1728) Guinea 1771 S.3727 in an NGC holder and graded MS61, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that we have only offered one finer example (£1,250 - £2,250)

1735) Guinea 1775 S.3728 VG/approaching Fine (£450 - £550)

1729) Guinea 1771 S.3727 VG the reverse slightly better (£450 - £550)

1736) Guinea 1776 S.3728 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£600 - £1,200)

1730) Guinea 1772 S.3727 EF and lustrous, a very attractive piece with considerable eye appeal, all George III gold rare and desirable in this high grade (£1,500 - £2,200) 1737) Guinea 1777 S.3728 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 (£600 - £1,000)

1731) Guinea 1773 S.3727 NEF/GVF, a pleasing and lustrous example with plenty of eye appeal (£750 - £1,500) 1738) Guinea 1777 S.3728 VG or better/Near Fine (£450 - £550)

1732) Guinea 1774 S.3728 VF with a thin scratch on the obverse (£500 - £800) 1739) Guinea 1778 S.3728 E of REX struck over another E, the underlying E to the right VF/About VF, Very Rare, only the third example we have offered since 2003, inspection of our photo archive reveals that none of the examples previously offered exhibited the overstruck E (£750 £1,500) 1733) Guinea 1775 S.3728 EF and lustrous with some contact marks, very desirable in high grades (£750 - £1,500)

1740) Guinea 1779 S.3728 EF with some contact marks, one of the scarcer dates in high grade (£750 - £1,500) 1734) Guinea 1775 S.3728 GVF/NEF the obverse with small flecks of haymarking (£800 - £1,000)

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1741) Guinea 1779 S.3728 VG Ex-Jewellery (£420 - £480)

1747) Guinea 1786 S.3728 NEF/GVF (£600 - £1,200)

1742) Guinea 1781 S.3728 NEF and lustrous, a very pleasing piece, the first date in the series with the upright 1 in the date, previous years have the J-shaped 1, comes with old retail ticket for £1350 (£750 - £1,500)

1748) Guinea 1787 S.3729 VF (£500 - £800)

1749) Guinea 1788 S.3729 Bright NVF, Ex-Jewellery (£350 - £400) 1743) Guinea 1782 S.3728 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£650 - £1,000)

1750) Guinea 1788 S.3729 NEF and lustrous, an attractive example (£600 - £1,200) 1744) Guinea 1783 S.3728 EF and lustrous with some thin scratches, we note we have only offered four examples in 18 years, so probably rarer than catalogue values would suggest (£900 - £1,500)

1751) Guinea 1789 S.3729 NVF/Good Fine with some contact marks (£400 - £700)

1745) Guinea 1784 S.3728 EF all George III Guineas scarce in this high grade (£1,000 - £1,750)

1752) Guinea 1790 S.3729 Fine (£500 - £600)

1746) Guinea 1785 S.3728 EF and lustrous (£1,000 - £1,750)

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1753) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NEF with some hairlines and some light adjustment marks on the crown (£500 - £800)

1754) Guinea 1791 S.3729 EF and lustrous with a few light flecks of haymarks, an original and eye-catching example, this series always popular in high grades (£1,000 - £1,200)

1755) Guinea 1791 S.3729 Fine or a little better (£400 - £650)

1756) Guinea 1791 S.3729 GVF with some light scratches below the bust (£500 - £800)

1759) Guinea 1793 S.3729 NEF/EF cleaned, ex-mount, the obverse rubbed on the jawline and neck, however not unattractive (£260 - £350)

1760) Guinea 1794 S.3729 Fine/Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£450 £550)

1761) Guinea 1794 S.3729 Good EF and lustrous a very pleasing coin (£1,000 - £1,750)

1762) Guinea 1795 S.3729 Near EF with some light hairlines (£750 - £1,200)

1757) Guinea 1792 S.3729 GVF (£750 - £1,200) 1763) Guinea 1796 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55, Ex-Rye Collection (£750 - £1,200)

1758) Guinea 1792 S.3729 NEF/EF and lustrous, the reverse with a slight weakness on the right edge of the crown, nevertheless an eye-catching and desirable example, this series always popular in high grades (£900 - £1,200)

1764) Guinea 1797 S.3729 GVF surfaces a little dull, with some light haymarking (£500 - £800)

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1765) Guinea 1797 S.3729 VG the reverse slightly better (£550 - £650)

1772) Half Guinea 1714 S.3575 VG/Fine and bold for the grade, all Queen Anne Half Guineas scarce and desirable (£800 - £1,000)

1766) Guinea 1798 S.3729 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the fourth finest of 25 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£800 - £1,500)

1773) Half Guinea 1718 S.3635 VG or slightly better/Fine, with some scratches, the reverse with some red toning in places (£400 - £500)

1767) Guinea 1798 S.3729 NEF the edges show traces on the coin being in a mount, the surfaces, though bright are far superior to most ex-jewellery pieces (£600 - £700)

1774) Half Guinea 1719 S.3635 VG/Near Fine (£400 - £500)

1775) Half Guinea 1727 S.3637 About Fine/Near Fine with some hairlines (£600 - £700) 1768) Guinea 1799 S.3729 GVF and scarce (£800 - £1,200)

1769) Half Farthing 1839 Peck 1590 GEF with traces of lustre and an edge nick (£40 - £60)

1776) Half Guinea 1753 S.3685 Near Fine/About Fine, our archive database stretching back to 2003 reveals this is the first of this date we have offered, so possibly scarcer than catalogue values would suggest (£450 - £550)

1770) Half Guinea 1686 S.3404 Fine, plugged at the top of the obverse (£400 - £500)

1777) Half Guinea 1755 S.3685 Obverse VG, the reverse slightly better for wear but with some scratches and a heavier contact mark (£420 - £480) 1771) Half Guinea 1695 Laureate Bust, Reverse with early harp S.3466 NVF/VF with some contact marks, an evenly struck bold and collectable example (£800 - £900)

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1778) Half Guinea 1756 S.3685 Fine with some contact marks on either side in small areas (£550 - £650)

1779) Half Guinea 1758 S.3685 Good Fine or better and bold, attractive for the grade, we note that this is only the second example of this date we have offered since 2003, so possibly scarcer than catalogue values would suggest (£750 - £850)

1784) Half Guinea 1777 S.3734 NVF/GF (£500 - £600)

1785) Half Guinea 1778 S.3734 Good Fine/Fine with touches of red toning (£500 - £600)

1786) Half Guinea 1781 S.3734 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery, with some rubbing on the portrait (£500 - £600) 1780) Half Guinea 1759 S.3685 Fine with some old scuffs on the obverse (£500 - £600)

1787) Half Guinea 1784 S.3734 Good Fine, the obverse with some hairlines (£420 - £480) 1781) Half Guinea 1759 S.3685 VF with dull surfaces, some surface marks and edge nicks, the edge milling missing at the top suggesting possibly once mounted (£300 - £400) 1788) Half Guinea 1785 S.3734 Good Fine the obverse with some hairlines and some rubbing causing a light depression on the portrait (£420 - £480) 1782) Half Guinea 1775 Fourth Laureate Head S.3734 Near Fine with some hairlines on the obverse, the portrait with some rubbing on the King’s cheek and neck (£420 - £480)

1789) Half Guinea 1790 S.3735 VG/Fine a collectable example for the grade (£350 - £400)

1783) Half Guinea 1776 S.3734 Fine, the obverse with an old scuff in the field (£400 - £500)

1790) Half Guinea 1793 S.3735 Fine, Ex-Jewellery with a small clip at the top of the obverse where the mount has been removed (£140 - £180)

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1791) Half Guinea 1793 S.3735 Good Fine/Fine the obverse with a few flecks of haymarking (£400 - £500)

1799) Half Guinea 1801 S.3736 VF with a small depression on the I of GRATIA and a series of fine hairlines on the obverse behind the bust suggesting once cleaned (£350 - £400) 1792) Half Guinea 1794 S.3735 VG/About Fine with some traces of old gilding (£350 - £400)

1793) Half Guinea 1794 S.3735 VG/Fine, bent, the obverse with some scuffs (£200 - £250)

1800) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 Choice GEF and lustrous, minor weakness of strike and light wear to the highest points only, an eye-catching piece with lots of eye appeal, a superb example of the type (£1,000 - £1,200)

1794) Half Guinea 1796 S.3735 Fine or better/Good Fine with some traces of a mount having been removed from the edge (£420 - £480)

1801) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 EF and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the second finest of just 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£750 £850) 1795) Half Guinea 1797 S.3735 Fine/Good Fine (£400 - £500)

1796) Half Guinea 1798 S.3735 Fine, once cleaned, now retoned (£400 - £500)

1797) Half Guinea 1801 S.3736 Fine/Good Fine, a collectable example of this short three-year series (£450 - £550)

1798) Half Guinea 1801 S.3736 VF the obverse with some hairlines and some haymarking (£400 - £500)

1802) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 Fine/Good Fine, the obverse with some hairlines (£400 - £450)

1803) Half Guinea 1806 S.3737 Fine with touches of red toning, the obverse with some hairlines, rubbed on the portrait (£380 - £420)

1804) Half Guinea 1806 S.3737 VG/Fine Ex-Jewellery (£140 £240)

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1805) Half Guinea 1808 S.3737 About Fine/Fine a collectable and problem-free example (£400 - £450)

1815) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411, S.3831 GEF or better, the reverse in particular with excellent surfaces and virtually free from any contact marks when viewed under magnification, William IV Half Sovereigns extremely desirable and seldom seen in this high grade, compares favourably with the better Marsh plate coins of this series, an outstanding piece (£1,800 - £2,200)

1806) Half Guinea 1809 S.3737 Fine/Good Fine the reverse rubbed in the left field causing a depression to the lower left of the Garter (£320 - £380) 1816) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411, S.3831 GVF/VF with some contact marks all William IV Half Sovereigns scarce or rare, and rarely encountered in graded above Fine (£600 - £900)

1807) Half Guineas (3) 1787 S.3735 Fine with two heavier surface knocks on the obverse, 1794 S.3735 the reverse with some heavier surface marks and hairlines causing a depression in the field, 1797 S.3735 VG/Fine (£650 - £750) 1808) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 VG (£220 - £260)

1817) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411, S.3831 VG William IV Half Sovereigns scarce in all grades (£350 - £400)

1809) Half Sovereign 1824 Marsh 405 NVF a collectable example of this short series (£400 - £500)

1810) Half Sovereign 1824 Marsh 405 VG (£140 - £180)

1818) Half Sovereign 1839 Plain edge Proof with reverse inverted S.3859 UNC with some hairlines and a few small tone spots, retaining much original mint brilliance, the 1839 Proofs always desirable and much sought after (£2,500 - £4,000)

1811) Half Sovereign 1825 Marsh 406 VG/NVG the reverse with some misty areas (£220 - £260) 1812) Half Sovereign 1827 Marsh 408 Obverse VG or slightly better, the reverse VG (£330 - £360) 1819) Half Sovereign 1853 Marsh 427, S.3859 EF with a rim nick at the lower part of the reverse, nevertheless attractive and becoming harder to locate in higher grades (£350 - £450)

1813) Half Sovereign 1828 Marsh 409 in an NGC holder and graded XF40 (£600 - £700) 1820) Half Sovereign 1870 Coarse Beading, Legends and rosettes now closer to the border, S.3860A, Die Number 5, GVF/ NEF (£350 - £450) 1814) Half Sovereign 1828 Marsh 409 VG (£140 - £180)

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1821) Half Sovereign 1871 Repositioned Legend, Nose points to T of VICTORIA S.3860C Die Number 71 GVF/NEF the obverse with a series of hairlines to the back of the Queen’s neck and behind the bust suggesting cleaning in this area (£450 - £550)

1829) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A nFDC with a hint of cabinet friction on the reverse, Ex-London Coins Auction A144 2/3/2014 Lot 1596 realised £280 hammer price (£300 - £400) 1830) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A nFDC, Ex-London Coins Auction A144 2/3 2014 Lot 1595 realised £280 hammer price (£300 - £400) 1831) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£400 - £500)

1822) Half Sovereign 1884 Marsh 458, S.3861 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£140 - £180) 1823) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B, Marsh 478C, S.3869, DISH L508, EF the obverse with some contact marks (£150 - £250) 1824) Half Sovereign 1891S No J.E.B. on truncation DISH S508, S.3871D, Marsh 487A, Good Fine/NVF the reverse with some scratches in the field (£330 - £380)

1832) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A, the odd tiny nick otherwise FDC a very attractive example (£360 - £420)

1833) Half Sovereign 1910 Marsh 513 GVF/VF (£140 - £180) 1825) Half Sovereign 1893 Proof S.3878 in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 DCAM (£2,000 - £2,500)

1826) Half Sovereign 1897 Marsh 497 About Fine/Fine, mounted in a 9 carat gold ring, the ring bent, total weight 7.1 grammes (£180 - £220) 1827) Half Sovereign 1900 Marsh 495, Lustrous UNC with a few light contact marks only, the Veiled Head series of Half Sovereigns surprisingly difficult to find in choice grade and always popular on the rare occasions we offer them (£220 - £260)

1834) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 nFDC retaining much original brilliance, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£750 - £950)

1835) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 with series of fine scratches in the fields causing a depression on both sides (£550 - £650)

1836) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh EF/NEF (£140 - £200)

1828) Half Sovereign 1900S Marsh 504 VF, Rare with only 130,000 pieces minted, all Victoria Veiled Head Half Sovereigns hard to find, and are usually found in Fine grade or lower, this a pleasing and collectable piece, rare thus (£300 - £380)

1837) Half Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4077 UNC lightly toned, the reverse with a few minor tone spots, retaining much original mint brilliance (£700 - £1,200)

1838) Half Sovereign 1982 Marsh 544 EF comes with a 9 carat gold mount, total weight 7.36 grammes (£180 - £220) 1839) Half Sovereign 2000 S.SB4 Lustrous UNC with some hairlines (£150 - £200) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


1840) Half Sovereign 2001 S.SB4 Lustrous UNC (£150 - £200) 1841) Half Sovereign 2002 S.SB5 Lustrous UNC (£150 - £200) 1842) Half Sovereign 2005 S.SB6 Lustrous UNC with a light handling mark (£150 - £200) 1843) Half Sovereign 2005 S.SB6 Modern depiction of George and the Dragon UNC in a presentation box (£150 - £225)

1853) Halfcrown 1700 DECIMO TERTIO ESC 562, Bull 1044 Good Fine with some light haymarking, Ex-London Coins Auction A147 December 2014 Lot 2558 hammer price £120 (£125 - £250) 1854) Halfcrown 1707 SEPTIMO ESC 574, Bull 1366 Good Fine, once cleaned, now colourfully retoned (£100 - £250)

1844) Half Sovereign 2006 S.SB4 AU/UNC and lustrous with some hairlines and toning, in a presentation box (£150 - £200) 1845) Half Sovereign 2006 S.SB4 Lustrous UNC (£150 - £200) 1846) Halfcrown 1670 as ESC 467 with V over S in CAROLVS, unlisted by Bull, Near Fine, weak in the centre of the reverse, Ex-London Coins A144 March 2014, Lot 1611 hammer price £140 (£75 - £150) 1847) Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO ESC 494, Bull 749 Fine with a heavy contact mark on top of the Scottish Crown (£75 £150)

1855) Halfcrown 1708 SEPTIMO edge, Plain in angles ESC 577, Bull 1370 EF and lustrous with some light haymarking, the obverse with some contact marks (£250 - £450) 1856) Halfcrown 1720 20 over 17 ESC 590, Bull 1555 Near Fine, the reverse slightly weak at the top (£200 - £300)

1848) Halfcrown 1687 ESC 498, Bull 753 GEF or better with a few flecks of haymarking, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 (£4,000 - £5,000)

1857) Halfcrown 1741 Roses, unaltered date, ESC 601, Bull 1681, Fine and bold, Rare (£125 - £250)

1849) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, with pearls, L over M in GVLIELMVS, ESDC 503A, Bull 827 Fine/ Good Fine and Bold, Rare (£200 - £250) 1850) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, with Pearls , ESC 508, Bull 837 Fine (£75 - £150) 1851) Halfcrown 1696E OCTAVO edge, ESC 526, Bull 1070 Near Fine/Fine with a small edge crack, the reverse with some adjustment lines on the reverse, listed as R2 by Bull (£120 - £150) 1852) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034, GEF with minor haymarking, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£600 - £700)

1858) Halfcrown 1743 Roses ESC 604, Bull 1685 Fine/Good Fine (£100 - £150) 1859) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, with some thin scratches in the second angle on the reverse (£60 - £120) 1860) Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606, Bull 1688, A/UNC with an attractive light golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the joint finest known of 26 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,200 - £1,400)

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1861) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 GVF/NEF with some surface marks and a gentle edge bruise (£50 - £100) 1862) Halfcrown 1818 ESC 621, Bull 2099 approaching VF the obverse once cleaned (£60 - £80) 1863) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623, Bull 2102 AU/UNC and lustrous (£200 - £300)

1864) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357, NEF with old dark grey toning (£200 - £250) 1865) Halfcrown 1821 ESC 631, Bull 2360 UNC/AU and lustrous the reverse with some small flan imperfections, Ex-London Coins Auction A143 December 2013 Lot 1978 hammer price £210 (£120 - £220)

1870) Halfcrown 1840 ESC 673, Bull 2715 GVF/NEF, Ex-London Coins Auction A170 September 2020 Lot 1777 hammer price £360. Halfcrowns of 1839 and 1840 are the only dates with W.W on the truncation, and given the rarity of the 1839 coin, the 1840 is always a popular type coin (£300 - £500)

1871) Halfcrown 1840 ESC 673, Bull 2715 NVF/VF once cleaned, the obverse with some hairlines, Ex-London Coins Auction A170 September 2020, lot 1779, hammer price £140. Halfcrowns of 1839 and 1840 are the only dates with W.W on the truncation, and given the rarity of the 1839 coin, the 1840 is always a popular type coin (£100 - £150) 1872) Halfcrown 1841 ESC 674, Bull 2716 VG or better/ approaching Fine with two gentle edge bruises, overall a bold and collectable example of this extremely rare date. By comparison, this date has around a quarter of the mintage of the 1905 coin giving a more accurate measure of it’s rarity (£1,200 - £1,500)

1866) Halfcrown 1828 ESC 648, Bull 2377 Good Fine, the obverse with a heavy contact mark by GRATIA, Rare (£100 - £200) 1867) Halfcrown 1831 Plain Edge Proof with WW in script ESC 658, Bull 2473 (Bull quotes old ESC 657 for this coin in error), UNC with some hairlines, retaining much original brilliance, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£2,800 - £3,500)

1873) Halfcrown 1843 ESC 676, Bull 2718 Good Fine and bold, rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A148 March 2015, Lot 2004 Hammer price £380 (£200 - £400)

1868) Halfcrown 1836 ESC 666, Bull 2482 NVF the obverse with grey tone (£90 - £120)

1874) Halfcrown 1844 44 with upper serifs ESC 677, Bull 2720 EF/AU with light toning (£400 - £600)

1869) Halfcrown 1836 WW in script ESC 666, Bull 2482 VF, the reverse slightly better (£75 - £150)

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1875) Halfcrown 1845 ESC 679, Bull 2722 A/UNC and with choice original surfaces and colour, grey, gold and blue’green tone over original underlying lustre (£750 - £1,000)

1876) Halfcrown 1845 ESC 679, Bull 2722 VF cleaned, the obverse with some scratches, 1849 Large Date ESC 682, Bull 2730 VG, the reverse better, toned (£75 - £150) 1877) Halfcrown 1845 ESC 679, Bull 2722 VF the obverse with some contact marks (£60 - £120)

1883) Halfcrown 1853 Proof ESC 687, Bull 2736 UNC the obverse with some very minor contact marks and the coin has been cleaned. 14.12 grammes. Ex LCA 163 lot 633 realised £5,000 hammer price. A very rare issue and seldom offered in any grade with this example being just the second one we have seen since 2003. (£4,000 - £6,000)

1884) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692, Bull 2741 NEF, Ex-London Coins Auction A153 June 2016 Lot 2988 hammer price £140 (£140 - £180)

1878) Halfcrown 1846 ESC 680, Bull 2724 About VF, Ex-London Coins Auction A166, September 2019 Lot 1787 hammer price £160 (£120 - £160)

1885) Halfcrown 1875 ESC 696, Bull 2745 EF cleaned (£100 £175) 1879) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A, Bull 2727 approaching Fine, Very Rare (£60 - £120)

1886) Halfcrown 1875 ESC 696, Bull 2745 EF/AU the obverse with some contact marks and a small tone spot, the reverse lustrous (£175 - £250)

1880) Halfcrown 1848 unaltered date ESC 681, Bull 2726 Fine. The obverse with some scratches, Rare, rated R3 by ESC and Bull (£125 - £175)

1887) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699, Bull 2748 EF/GEF with some light contact marks, Rare in high grade (£150 - £250) 1881) Halfcrown 1849 unusual in not having the 8 over a broken 8, the digits slightly larger than the standard small date coin, but way smaller than the large date, VG, unusual (£45 - £75) 1882) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684, Bull 2733 About VF, cleaned, with surface dirt, this possibly removable with care (£75 - £125) 1888) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699, Bull 2748 GEF and lustrous with much eye appeal, Rare in high grade (£200 - £300)

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1889) Halfcrown 1877 ESC 700, Bull 2750 NEF/About EF with some contact marks and small rim nicks, retaining much eye appeal, a scarcer date in the Young Head series (£125 - £200)

1890) Halfcrown 1878 ESC 701, Bull 2751 NEF/EF with some contact marks and small rim nicks, the reverse retaining some lustre (£125 - £175)

1895) Halfcrown 1882 ESC 710, Bull 2761 About EF and lustrous, scarce in high grades, Ex-London Coins Auction A169 June 2020 Lot 1583 hammer price £180 (£150 - £220)

1896) Halfcrown 1882 ESC 710, Bull 2761 NEF/EF the obverse with surface marks and hairlines, a scarcer date (£100 - £150)

1897) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711, Bull 2762 About EF/EF (£150 £200) 1891) Halfcrown 1879 ESC 703, Bull 2753, Davies 585, dies 3C GEF and nicely toned (£200 - £300)

1898) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711, Unc even grey tone of original mint bloom (£300 - £450) 1892) Halfcrown 1879 ESC 703, Bull 2753, Davies 585, dies 3C NEF/EF the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse with some lustre, a scarcer date (£150 - £225) 1893) Halfcrown 1880 ESC 705, Bull 2756, Davies 589, dies 5D NEF/EF the obverse with a shallow depression and some hairlines in the left field (£75 - £125) 1894) Halfcrown 1881 ESC 707, Bull 2758, Davies 591, dies 5D A/UNC with a pleasing golden tone and some underlying mint lustre (£175 - £250)

1899) Halfcrown 1884 ESC 712, Bull 2764 EF lightly toned with a metal flaw on either side and a gentle edge bruise (£75 - £100)

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1900) Halfcrown 1884 ESC 712, Bull 2764 EF the reverse with a few very small tone spots (£125 - £175)

1909) Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746, Bull 3567 UNC with some light cabinet friction and minor contact marks (£100 - £150) 1910) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568, nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£125 - £150) 1911) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748, Bull 3569 Fine or slightly better with a gentle edge bruise, all letters of the garter legend bold and clear on the reverse, one of the key dates in the series (£150 - £200)

1901) Halfcrown 1885 ESC 713, Bull 2765 GVF (£60 - £80) 1902) Halfcrown 1886 ESC 715, Bull 2767 Near EF/About EF (£150 - £225)

1912) Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749, Bull 3570 EF with some light contact marks and very small rim nicks, EF and very scarce in high grade, Ex-London Coins Auction A167 December 2019 Lot 811 hammer price £500 (£350 - £550)

1903) Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719, Bull 2771, Davies 640 dies 1A, UNC with minor cabinet friction, lustrous and with a colourful tone (£35 - £45) 1904) Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head Proof ESC 720, Bull 2772, Davies 641P, dies 2A, UNC with some hairlines, retaining some original brilliance (£250 - £500)

1905) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717, Bull 2769 NEF/About EF, with some small edge nicks (£125 - £200)

1913) Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751, Bull 3572 GEF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£150 - £250)

1914) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF/GEF and lustrous, the obverse with minor contact marks, a very pleasing example with plenty of eye appeal (£150 - £240)

1906) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726, Bull 2778, Davies 660 dies 1A NEF with some contact marks and rim nicks (£30 - £60) 1907) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726, Bull 2778, Davies 660 dies 1A NEF/About EF with some contact marks and rim nicks (£30 - £60) 1908) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726, Bull 2778, Davies 660 dies 1A, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£130 - £160)

1915) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 GVF with some contact marks and tone spots (£60 - £120) 1916) Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753, Bull 3574 GVF/NEF, Ex-London Coins Auction A158 September 2017 Lot 2268 (part) hammer price £185 (£200 - £300)

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1924) Halfcrown 1953 Proof. Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 :- I of DEI points to a space, weakly struck portrait, a Proof version of the early portrait as used in the ‘plastic’ set, of Davies 2310 (the standard proof is Davies 2311) this piece listed as ‘to be confirmed’ by Davies and extremely rare, the odd light contact mark on the portrait UNC/nFDC retaining considerable mint brilliance (£750 - £850) 1917) Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753, Bull 3574 VF/GVF the obverse cleaned (£100 - £150)

1925) Halfcrowns (2) 1816 ESC 613, Bull 2086 GVF, 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 Fine (£100 - £120) 1918) Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754, Bull 3575 NEF/EF, Ex-London Coins Auction A143 December 2013 Lot 2040 hammer price £130 (£120 - £180)

1926) Halfcrowns (2) 1818 ESC 621, Bull 2099 VF or better, possibly once cleaned, now with a pleasing gold tone, Ex-London Coins Auction A171 December 2020 Lot 1531 hammer price £85, 1817 Small Head ESC 618, Bull 2096 Near VF/VF the fields lightly pitted (£60 - £120) 1927) Halfcrowns (2) 1883 ESC 711, Bull 2762 NEF/EF the obverse cleaned, 1884 ESC 712, Bull 2764 NEF Ex-mount, holed in the edge at 9 o’clock (£50 - £100) 1928) Halfcrowns (2) 1888 ESC 721, Bull 2773, EF/GEF, 1890 ESC 723, Bull 2775 EF, both with contact marks (£75 - £100)

1919) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755, Bull 3576 EF with a few small rim nicks (£75 - £125) 1920) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755, Bull 3576 GVF/NEF the reverse lightly toning in places (£60 - £120) 1921) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755, Bull 3576 NEF/EF the obverse a little weakly struck with some contact marks, the reverse very pleasing with a hint of golden toning (£80 - £120) 1922) Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 UNC or very near so and lustrous, with only very minor cabinet friction, a well struck example with strong hair detail for this issue. A most pleasing and attractive coin with plenty of eye appeal, a key date and very rare in this high grade, and in our experience much rarer than the 1930 Halfcrown in this condition (£450 - £650)

1929) Halfcrowns (2) 1891 ESC 724, Bull 2776 About EF, 1892 ESC 725, Bull 2777 About EF/EF (£75 - £150) 1930) Halfpennies (2) 1717 Peck 768 Good Fine with a small edge crack and some edge nicks, 1719 Obverse 2 with plain left shoulder strap Peck 793 Fine with some old spots, this type far rarer than the Obverse 1 coin (£50 - £100) 1931) Halfpennies (2) 1806 3 Berries on olive branch Peck 1377 GVF toned, 1806 No Berries on olive branch Peck 1376 VF with a heavier contact mark in the obverse field (£20 - £40) 1932) Halfpenny 1673 Peck 510 Fine on a porous flan (£40 - £70) 1933) Halfpenny 1686 Tin, edge with plain mullets between the legend and date, Peck 543, with the copper plug intact, NGC XF45 all tin coins extremely rare in this high grade, and this type stated to be ‘Very Rare’ by Peck, indeed our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is only the second 1686 Halfpenny we have offered, the other being from the Nicholson collection (£400 - £700)

1923) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779, Bull 3739 VF/GVF and pleasing for the grade, one of the key dates in the George V series (£60 - £120)

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1934) Halfpenny 1690 Tin, edge reads NVMMORVM (star) FAMVLVS (star) 1690 (star) Peck 568 VF/GVF with some blistering, Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£150 - £300) 1935) Halfpenny 1694 Proof Peck 612 on a flan of 31 mm and upright die axis alignment, with the T.M on the obverse about 2.5mm apart with no stop after BRITANNIA; the flan flaw on the reverse rim is present; struck on a flan of 1mm thickness with a plain edge GVF with a dig at the top of the obverse, Very rare and seldom offered (£200 - £400) 1936) Halfpenny 1700 an unusual error , Reverse legend reads BRTTΛNNIΛ, so T for I in BRIT and unbarred A’s, two errors on the same coin, unlisted by Peck, Bold VG on a slightly porous flan, we note this variety not present in the Nicholson collection which included a vast array of William III varieties (£75 - £100) 1937) Halfpenny 1717 Peck 768 VF with a little surface porosity, overall a pleasing and well struck piece for this issue (£80 - £120)

1943) Halfpenny 1771 Ball below spear blade Peck 898 GVF/VF (£25 - £50) 1944) Halfpenny 1771 Ball below spear blade, Peck 898, UNC with traces of lustre, in an NGC holder and graded MS63 BN (£200 - £350) 1945) Halfpenny 1772 Reverse A, Ball below spear blade, Peck 901 small spots on the lower bust and truncation, A/UNC with traces of lustre (£50 - £100) 1946) Halfpenny 1773 George III Contemporary Counterfeit of excellent style, weight 8.37 grammes, GVF, a nicely struck and bold example, unusual thus (£40 - £60) 1947) Halfpenny 1797 Pattern in Bronzed Copper Peck 1153 KH6 nFDC toned, with traces of lustre, the reverse with peripheral blue/green tone, a most attractive example and rare thus (£600 - £800)

1938) Halfpenny 1717 Peck 768, 2mm thick on a 25mm diameter flan, the edge appears ‘tapped up’, weight 9.77 grammes, Good Fine, lightly pitted with some minor scuffing, however not an unattractive piece (£40 - £60) 1939) Halfpenny 1746 Peck 876 UNC toned, in an LCGS holder 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 (£500 - £600)

1940) Halfpenny 1749 Peck 879 EF with a spot below the bust and some edge nicks (£75 - £150)

1948) Halfpenny 1799 Proof Peck 1234 KH16 Toned UNC with a few light spots and handling marks (£200 - £300)

1949) Halfpenny 1805 Pattern Restrike in Bronzed Copper, BRITANNIARUM legend reverse, Peck 1309 R91, UNC toned, with minor contact marks in the fields (£250 - £350)

1941) Halfpenny 1754 Peck 884 UNC or near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 lot 1003 (£300 - £400)

1950) Halfpenny 1806 Proof in Bronzed Copper, Peck 1361, KH35 a few very small rim nicks, otherwise nFDC, an attractive piece with much eye appeal (£150 - £250)

1942) Halfpenny 1770 Peck 893 GEF with traces of lustre (£50 £100)

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1951) Halfpenny 1806/1807 a double obverse, plain edge with no signs of joining (possibly by Taylor?) 8.79 grammes, Fine and unusual (£350 - £450)

1961) Maundy Presentation 2000 comprising Maundy Sets 2000 (7) and an additional Maundy Threepence and Maundy Penny making a total of 74 pence awarded by the Queen for this year, all Lustrous UNC and still sealed in the plastics, two of the Pennies with some toning, includes both the red and white Maundy purses, with the £5.50 payment made up of a Five Pound Crown 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday GEF and Fifty Pence 2000 150 Years of Public Libraries GEF/AU, the full set of coins and purses from this historic ceremony (£1,200 - £1,500)

1952) Halfpenny 1827 Peck 1438 NEF with some spots and contact marks (£40 - £60) 1953) Halfpenny 1831 Peck 1461 VF with some small spots (£20 - £40) 1954) Halfpenny 1834 Peck 1464 NEF/GVF with some contact marks (£40 - £80) 1955) Halfpenny 1837 as Peck 1465 with minor doubling to the 837 of the date, EF/NEF with a few small spots and a small flan flaw above the bust (£25 - £50) 1956) Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A UNC with good subdued lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£140 - £180) 1957) Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£120 £150) 1958) Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 dies 14+N in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest known of just 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Nicholson Collection 2003 Lot 449. Ex-London Coin Auction A119 December 2nd 2007 Lot 1040 (£140 - £180) 1959) Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 dies 17+S UNC with around 80% mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £120) 1960) Maundy Fourpence 1687 7 over 6 ESC 1862, Bull 786 About VF/VF. Maundy Threepence 1679 ESC Fine the reverse slightly better with some adjustment lines (£50 - £75)

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1962) Maundy Presentation Set 2017 9 complete sets and an additional Maundy Penny Lustrous UNC and still sealed in the original plastic envelopes, making up the 91 pence awarded by the Queen for this year, along with the £5.50 payment this comprising Five Pound Crown 2017 and Fifty Pence 2017 Isaac Newton these A/UNC with golden tone, comes with the two Maundy purses, one red and one white. The Maundy Sets of 2017 were distributed at Leicester Cathedral (£3,000 - £5,000)

1964) Maundy Set 1800 ESC 2421, Bull 2239, comprising Fourpence 1800 NEF with a hairline scratch on the reverse, Threepence 1800 NEF with a small scuff on the obverse by DEI, Twopence 1800 About EF, and Penny A/UNC and attractively toned, the first three with matching tone, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£250 - £300)

1965) Maundy Set 1817 ESC 2422, Bull 2240, the Twopence with unbarred A’s in BRITANNIARUM, EF to UNC a very attractive set, the Fourpence and Penny with attractive toning, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£350 - £450)

1966) Maundy Set 1817 ESC 2422, Bull 2240, the Twopence with unbarred A’s in BRITANNIARUM, UNC and lustrous, the Fourpence particularly choice and eye-catching, undoubtedly the finest set of this date we have offered (£550 - £750)

1963) Maundy Set 1786 ESC 2418, Bull 2236 comprising Fourpence 1786 ESC 1917, Bull 2253 colourfully toned, the obverse with some haymarking, Threepence 1786 ESC 2043, Bull 2266 NEF with a hint of golden tone, Twopence 1786 Larger lettering on the obverse ESC 2247, Bull 2283 NEF with traces of gold tone, Penny 1786 ESC 2362, Bull 2298 NEF with a hint of golden tone, the Threepence, Twopence and Penny nicely matched (£300 - £350)

1967) Maundy Set 1818 ESC 2423, Bull 2241, the Twopence with unbarred A’s in BRITANNIARUM, EF to UNC and lustrous, a most attractive set the Penny particularly eye-catching, on e of the finest of this date we have offered (£450 - £550)

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1968) Maundy Set 1834 ESC 2441, Bull 2552, EF to A/UNC the Fourpence with a lighter toning area in the obverse field, the Threepence, Twopence and Penny all attractively toned (£350 - £450)

1973) Maundy Set 1878 ESC 2491, Bull 3531, NEF to EF with some hairlines, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£170 - £220) 1974) Maundy Set 1879 ESC 2493, Bull 3533, EF to UNC the Fourpence and Threepence with some hairlines,, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250) 1975) Maundy Set 1886 ESC 2500, Bull 3543, EF to A/UNC the Fourpence with some hairlines, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250)

1969) Maundy Set 1838 ESC 2445, Bull 3478, EF to GEF with blue and green tone, a nicely matched set, desirable thus (£400 - £500)

1976) Maundy Set 1886 ESC 2500, Bull 3543, GEF to A/UNC and lustrous, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250) 1977) Maundy Set 1888 ESC 2502, Bull 3545 EF to GEF the Fourpence and Twopence with some hairlines, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£190 - £240) 1978) Maundy Set 1888 ESC 2502, Bull 3545 EF to GEF the Threepence and Twopence with some light hairlines, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£190 - £240) 1979) Maundy Set 1890 ESC 2505, Bull 3548 EF to GEF with some hairlines in the fields, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250)

1970) Maundy Set 1841 ESC 2451 GEF to UNC with an even matching tone, a very rare set, indeed our extensive archive database shows no transactions of a single 1841 set in our auctions since 2003 (£650 - £1,200)

1980) Maundy Set 1891 ESC 2506, Bull 2549 EF to AU and lustrous, the Twopence with some hairlines, the Penny with some edge nicks, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250) 1981) Maundy Set 1896 ESC 2511, Bull 3554 EF to A/UNC with matching tone, the Threepence and Twopence with tiny rim nicks, in a presentation box with certificate (£75 - £100) 1982) Maundy Set 1901 ESC 2516, Bull 3559 NEF to A/UNC with some contact marks and small rim nicks, comes in a presentation box (£75 - £100)

1971) Maundy Set 1871 ESC 2483, Bull 3523, comprising Fourpence EF cleaned, Threepence GEF lightly toned, the Twopence a Proof issue with upright die alignment, weight 0.98 grammes, (normal weight is 0.91g to 0.94g for this type), from the Coincraft VYMS-215 set, rated R4 by Bull, UNC or near so, retaining some brilliance, Penny EF with golden tone, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £400) 1972) Maundy Set 1876 ESC 2489, Bull 3529, EF to A/UNC, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250)

1983) Maundy Set 1911 ESC 2527, Bull 3970 in PCGS holders comprising Maundy Fourpence 1911 slabbed and graded PCGS PL66, Maundy Threepence 1911 slabbed and graded PCGS PL66, Maundy Twopence 1911 slabbed and graded PCGS PL66 and Maundy Penny 1911 slabbed and graded PCGS PL66 (£220 - £260) 1984) Maundy Set 1923 ESC 2540, Bull 3983 UNC and lustrous, the Twopence with a tiny spot in the P of IMP, otherwise retaining practically full lustre, a most attractive set and with superb eye appeal, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250) 1985) Maundy Set 1927 ESC 2544, Bull 3987 EF to A/UNC the Fourpence with an edge nick, the Penny with a hairline scratch on the King’s neck (£200 - £250) 1986) Maundy Set 1928 ESC 2545, Bull 3988 EF to A/UNC the Threepence and Twopence with some edge knocks (£200 - £250) 1987) Maundy Set 1933 ESC 2550, Bull 3994 GVF to EF with some contact marks, the Fourpences with some edge nicks, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£150 - £200)

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1988) Maundy Set 1935 ESC 2552, Bull 3996 EF to GEF the Threepence and Twopence with some hairlines, the Twopence with some scratches in the field, a scarcer date, comes with modern maundy 4-coin holder (£200 - £250) 1989) Maundy Set 1942 ESC 2559, Bull 4311 GEF to A/UNC (£200 - £250) 1990) Maundy Set 1945 ESC 2652, Bull 4314 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, sets of this year were personally distributed by the King (£200 - £250)

1995) Maundy Twopence 1830 S.3820 GVF/VF attractively toned, with two small edge nicks (£30 - £50) 1996) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1813 ESC 976, Bull 2119 Near EF with some spots (£30 - £60) 1997) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1816 ESC 979, Bull 2123 GEF with an attractive and original subtle tone (£50 - £100)

1991) Maundy Set 1948 ESC 2565, Bull 4317 GEF to UNC and lustrous, the Penny with some small rim nicks (£200 - £250)

1998) Pennies (2) 1888 Freeman 126 dies 12+N UNC or very near so with some lustre and a few small spots, 1890 Freeman 130 dies 12+N UNC with good subdued lustre and a few small spots (£40 - £80)

1992) Maundy Set 2015 S.4211 Prooflike UNC with a hint of light toning, in the original Royal Mint case of issue, the 2015 Maundy Sets were distributed at Sheffield Cathedral (£450 - £550)

1999) Pennies (2) 1906 Freeman 162 dies 1+C Lustrous UNC with the odd very small spot, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B UNC and lustrous the reverse with light handling marks (£25 £50) 2000) Pennies (2) 1911 Hollow Neck, I of BRITT points to a rim tooth VG, Rare 1903 Open 3 Freeman 158A dies 1+A VG with surface marks and green from having once been in the ground, Rare (£30 - £50) 2001) Pennies (2) 1932 Freeman 507 dies 5+C GEF with good lustre, a little streaky, 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C A/UNC with around 60% lustre (£50 - £100) 2002) Pennies 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C (2) Lustrous UNC with a small area of toning, and AU/GEF (£50 - £75)

1993) Maundy Set 2016 S.4211 Prooflike UNC with a hint of toning, in the original Royal Mint case of issue. The 2016 Maundy Sets were distributed at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle (£450 - £550)

2003) Penny 1797 11 Leaves, Peck 1133 NVF/Good Fine with some contact marks and edge nicks (£50 - £75) 2004) Penny 1797 Proof in Bronzed Copper Peck 1115 KP15 UNC, struck on an imperfect blank with two flan flaws in the reverse field, and with thin scratches in the obverse field (£200 - £300) 2005) Penny 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 EF toned (£40 - £80) 2006) Penny 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 EF/NEF with traces of lustre and some small tone spots (£30 - £60) 2007) Penny 1806 No Incuse Curl, Peck 1343 EF cleaned, now retoning (£100 - £120)

1994) Maundy Threepence 1765 ESC 2035, the 5 in the date with traces of an overstrike, extremely rare and rated R5 by ESC, NEF/GVF and nicely struck, with minor haymarks and a small scratch on the obverse. Overall a most pleasing coin and excessively rare We note this coin struck from the same dies as a similar piece in our auction A151 (Lot 2746, graded Good Fine/Fine) which realised £1400 hammer price, this considerably superior and quite possibly one of the finest examples extant, (£1,000 - £1,600)

2008) Penny 1806 No Incuse Curl, Peck 1343 EF with a few small rim nicks (£50 - £100) 2009) Penny 1831 Peck 1455 UNC with some small spots, the surfaces excellent with very few contact marks present (£100 - £200) 2010) Penny 1837 Peck 1460 Good Fine (£30 - £60) 2011) Penny 1843 REG No Colon Peck 1485, Near Fine/Fine for wear but with some corrosion, all 1843 Pennies are rare and this is by far the rarer of the two types for this date (£50 - £75)

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2012) Penny 1843 REG No Colon Peck 1485, VG with pitted surfaces, nevertheless Very rare and by far the rarer of the two types for this date (£40 - £80) 2013) Penny 1844 Peck 1487 VF or slightly better (£40 - £70)

2025) Penny 1862 Small Date from Halfpenny die Freeman 41 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1862E, Fair and ‘misty’ in parts, however the date is bold and the variety very clear, Rated R18 by Freeman and seldom offered in any grade (£250 - £500)

2014) Penny 1846 DEF Far Colon Peck 1490 VF the obverse with some spots and a stain (£30 - £60) 2015) Penny 1851 DEF Close Colon Peck 1499 GVF with a few small spots (£40 - £70) 2016) Penny 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 GEF with traces of lustre and some rim nicks (£30 - £60) 2017) Penny 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 UNC/About UNC nicely toned with traces of lustre (£30 - £60) 2018) Penny 1856 Plain Trident, Small Date Peck 1610 Fine with some spots, Rare (£40 - £60)

2026) Penny 1863 3 over 1 Gouby BP1863Aa (dies J+g), Freeman dies 6+G, Poor the overstrike visible under strong magnification, an extremely rare type, and always sought after on the rare occasions they are offered (£300 - £450)

2019) Penny 1856 Plain Trident, Small Date Peck 1610 Near Fine/ VG with some edge knocks, Rare (£30 - £50) 2020) Penny 1856 Plain Trident, Small Date Peck 1610 VG/ approaching Fine, Rare (£35 - £65) 2021) Penny 1858 Large Rose, Ornamental Trident, Small Date with WW, unlisted by Peck, believed to be only a few examples known, Fine of better with some contact marks, we note an example described as LCGS Fine 35 sold in our June 2012 auction for £600 hammer price (£60 - £120)

2022) Penny 1858 the 8 overstruck , the underlying figure unclear, Gouby CP1858Ga, EF with a hint of lustre and minor carbon marks (£50 - £75) 2023) Penny 1859 Peck 1519 NEF/GVF the obverse with a spot in the left field, this possibly removable with care (£30 - £50)

2027) Penny 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G, Fine the reverse slightly better, Rare (£40 - £70) 2028) Penny 1874H 7 over 7 in date, Gouby BP1874Nn (dies K+j), Freeman dies 7+H, Poor with the date and overstrike area very clear, Very Rare with only a handful of examples known (£40 - £70)

2029) Penny 1874H 7 over 7, the underlying 7 struck higher and shows very clearly at top left and inside left of the overpunched 7, Gouby BP1874Nn (dies K+j), Freeman dies 7+H, Fine or slightly better, Extremely Rare with very few examples thought to exist (£75 - £150)

2024) Penny 1861 Freeman 33 dies 6+G NEF, Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type, R over I in VICTORIA ESC 1752, Bull 3265, Davies 1152 A/UNC and lustrous, the reverse with a hint of colourful tone (£15 - £25)

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2030) Penny 1875H Freeman 85 dies 8+J EF with an attractive and colourful appearance, the reverse with some small flan flaws around Britannia, Very Rare in this high grade (£750 - £1,250)

2031) Penny 1882 Freeman 112 dies 11+N (No H below date) Gouby BP1882Aa, dies P+r, Fair with a heavy surface knock behind the bust, Very Rare and seldom offered (£600 £1,200)

2032) Penny 1888 Freeman 126 dies 12+N Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded CGS 80 (£140 - £200)

2033) Penny 1897 Freeman 145 dies 1+B, virtually BU with almost full mint lustre (£45 - £65) 2034) Penny 1904 Freeman 159 dies 1+B UNC with practically full lustre, a few minor spots barely detract, this date becoming more difficult to find in top grade (£40 - £80)

2037) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A Lustrous UNC the reverse with a tone spot on the drapery, the obverse with a strong strike, a most pleasing example (£75 - £125) 2038) Penny 1918H Freeman 183 dies 2+B in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 BN, at the time of writing, only two had been graded higher by PCGS (£400 - £600)

2039) Penny 1918H Freeman 183, dies 2+B NGC MS62BN rare and desirable thus (£250 - £450)

2040) Penny 1919H Freeman 186 dies 2+B in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB, at the time of writing, only one piece had been graded higher by PCGS (£650 - £850)

2041) Penny 1922 Freeman 192A dies 3+C Near Fine/Fine, a collectable example of this very rare type, rated R18 by Freeman, Ex-London Coins Auction A152 6/3/2016 Lot 2484 hammer price £3800, Ex-London Coins Auction A144 2/3/2014 hammer price £3800 (£2,500 - £3,500)

2035) Penny 1905 Freeman 160 dies 1+B UNC with practically full lustre the obverse with a tone line (£50 - £100) 2036) Penny 1909 Freeman 169 dies 2+E, 1 of the date points directly to a rim tooth, VG or better with all major details clear, much rarer than the R9 quoted by Freeman, excessively rare with only a few examples known (£400 £700) 2042) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 Fine or better/Bold Good Fine, the obverse with a heavier contact mark below the bust causing a depression in this area (£400 - £450)

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2043) Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 Good Fine. Ex-Mount (£180 - £220) 2044) Quarter Guineas 1762 S.3741 (3) Fine to Good Fine, all bent and re-straightened as Love Tokens (£500 - £600) 2045) Shilling 1663 First Bust ESC 1022, Bull 500 Near Fine/Fine and bold for the grade (£50 - £100) 2046) Shilling 1684 Fourth Bust ESC 1066, Bull 559 About Fine/ Fine, a scarce date from the short-lived Fourth Bust type, only minted in 1683 and 1684 (£75 - £125) 2047) Shilling 1685 ESC 1068, Bull 760 EF with some adjustment lines, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£2,100 £2,400)

2059) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147, Bull 1399, EF with a hint of golden toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 (£220 - £260) 2060) Shilling 1714 4 over 3 Roses and Plumes ESC 1161A, Bull 1413 Pleasing Fine, Very Rare rated R3 by ESC and Bull, our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates this is only the fourth example we have offered (£75 - £150) 2061) Shilling 1715 Roses and Plumes ESC 1162, Bull 1560 Fine/ Good Fine with very light haymarks (£50 - £100) 2062) Shilling 1720 Plain in angles ESC 1169, Bull 1573 Fine or slightly better, cleaned and retoned (£30 - £50) 2063) Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust ESC 1176 NVF, Shilling 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 Fine (£60 - £90) 2064) Shilling 1731 Roses and Plumes, T of A.T. struck over an E, Bull 1704, Near Fine/Fine with some adjustment lines, Rare (£40 - £80)

2048) Shilling 1685 ESC 1068, Bull 760 Fine or better with some weakness on the portrait and correspondingly on the French shield (£150 - £250)

2065) Shilling 1736 Roses and Plumes ESC 1199, Bull 1709 Fine/ Good Fine (£30 - £60) 2066) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 GVF with a pleasing original tone (£150 - £250)

2049) Shilling 1685 ESC 1068, Bull 760 VG toned, the reverse with some thin scratches (£40 - £80)

2067) Shilling 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 VF the reverse with a few small dark spots (£30 - £60)

2050) Shilling 1686 ESC 1070, Bull 765 VG/Fine (£90 - £120)

2068) Shilling 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214, Bull 2124, Obverse UNC or very near so with light adjustment lines, grey toned and enhanced by touches of golden tone and hints of original colour in the legend, the reverse UNC with old grey tone with hints of underlying magenta and cyan, a most pleasing example with superb eye appeal (£1,000 - £1,200)

2051) Shilling 1693 9 over 0 ESC 1076A, omitted by Bull, a clear overstrike, GF/NVF, all William and Mary Shilling scarce in grades above Fine (£130 - £160) 2052) Shilling 1693 as ESC 1076 the 3 with a trace of an overstrike, the underlying figure unclear, Fine/Good Fine, the reverse bold (£100 - £150) 2053) Shilling 1693 stop after GRATIA and No Stop after REGINA, ESC 1076, Bull 868 VG/Near Fine (£80 - £120) 2054) Shilling 1697 Third Bust Variety ESC 1108, Bull 1132 VG/ approaching Fine (£25 - £45) 2055) Shilling 1697C Third Bust, ESC 1096, Bull 1172 the lock of hair below the truncation and the ribbon ties not struck up, Good Fine with some very light adjustment lines on the obverse, scarce (£60 - £120) 2056) Shilling 1704 Plumes ESC 1133, Bull 1390 VG/Near Fine with an old scuff in the obverse field, with an old grey tone, Very Rare (£100 - £200) 2057) Shilling 1705 Plain in angles ESC 1134, Bull 1391 VG/Near Fine a problem-free example, Very Rare (£75 - £150) 2058) Shilling 1707 Plumes in angles ESC 1142, Bull 1396 Fine, scarce (£75 - £125)

2069) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stops at date, faint trace of 7 over 6 in date, ESC 1222, Bull 2128 VF/GVF nicely toned with some light haymarking (£120 - £150) 2070) Shilling 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 NEF/GVF with a heavier contact mark on either side (£30 - £50) 2071) Shilling 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2144 GVF/NEF (£30 - £50) 2072) Shilling 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2144 VF/GVF (£20 - £30) 2073) Shilling 1819 variety on ESC 1235, Bull 2152 with no lower colon dot after D of D:G: and no top colon dot after G of D:G: NVF/GF and unusual, we note an example of this date with no lower colon dot after D, and described as UNC realised £200 hammer price in London Coins Auction A167 2/12/2019 (Lot 913) (£50 - £75)

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2074) Shilling 1821 ESC 1247, Bull 2396 AU/UNC with minor cabinet friction, the obverse with golden tone, the reverse with blue/green and gold toning, a most attractive example of this type, the currency coins with this reverse only issued in 1821 (£125 - £250) 2075) Shilling 1825 NEF ESC 1254, Bull the reverse a little weakly struck on the crown as is sometimes the case for this issue (£100 - £120) 2076) Shilling 1825 Shield in Garter ESC 1253, Bull 2402 Lustrous UNC a superb, crisply struck example with superb surfaces, retaining much original lustre and traces of mint bloom on the obverse. This would make an excellent coin for the type collector (£220 - £350)

2083) Shilling 1870 ESC 1320, Bull 3038, Die Number 17 GEF/ EF with the odd heavier contact mark, one of the scarcer dates of the die number series (£180 - £220) 2084) Shilling 1875 ESC 1327, Bull 3045, Die Number 60 A/UNC and lustrous, a very pleasing example (£150 - £200) 2085) Shilling 1877 ESC 1329, Bull 3047 Die Number 19 GEF and richly toned (£60 - £100) 2086) Shilling 1877 ESC 1329, Bull 3047, Die Number 10 AU/GEF (£75 - £100) 2087) Shilling 1886 ESC 1347, Bull 3078 Choice UNC with light toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£300 - £350)

2077) Shilling 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409 Choice UNC with a subtle golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 (£280 - £350)

2078) Shilling 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409 GVF with some contact marks and hairlines on the obverse (£25 - £50)

2088) Shilling 1887 Jubilee Head Proof ESC 1352, Bull 3138, Davies 982 dies 1C, nFDC with some light hairlines, retaining much original mint brilliance, attractively toned (£125 - £250)

2079) Shilling 1826 ESC 1257, Bull 2409 GVF/NEF with flan flaw on the obverse (£25 - £50) 2080) Shilling 1831 Plain Edge Proof, Die axis upright, ESC 1266, Bull 2488 FDC, displaying a blue, grey and gold tone and graded PF63 by NGC and in their holder (£700 - £1,000)

2089) Shilling 1893 Proof ESC 1362, Bull 3155, Davies 1011 dies 2A, nFDC and attractively toned, the obverse with blue/ green and golden tone in the legends, the reverse with a pleasing and even blue/green tone with underlying touches of gold and magenta (£200 - £300)

2081) Shilling 1851 ESC 1298, Bull 2999 EF/GEF and lustrous with a contact marks to the right of the crown, a high grade example of this key date rarity and rare thus (£400 - £600) 2090) Shilling 1896 ESC 1365, Bull 3161, Davies 1020 dies 2D UNC and lustrous with a few minor contact marks (£40 - £70) 2091) Shilling 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 FDC with old grey tone (£45 - £75) 2082) Shilling 1853 Proof ESC 1301, Bull 3003 nFDC and lustrous with minor hairlines (£900 - £1,500)

2092) Shilling 1903 ESC 1412, Bull 3589, Davies 1551 dies 1A, GEF (£125 - £200)

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2093) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414, Bull 3591 About Fine/Fine, the key date in the series (£60 - £100) 2094) Shilling 1910 ESC 1419, Bull 3596 EF the obverse with a thin scratch and a heavier contact mark below the King’s ear (£15 - £30)

2107) Sixpence 1696C First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1536, Bull 1268 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 a superb example, very seldom offered in high grade (£600 - £800)

2095) Shilling 1911 Proof ESC 1421, Bull 3800, Davies 1792 nFDC with pleasant and even toning (£60 - £90) 2096) Shilling 1912 Unc (£35 - £70) 2097) Shilling 1925 ESC 1435, Bull 3823 GEF and lustrous, scarce (£25 - £50)

2108) Sixpence 1698 Plumes ESC 1575, Bull 1244 GVF/NEF with some light haymarking, the reverse with a few flecks of darker tone, Rare (£320 - £380)

2098) Shillings (2) 1693 9 over 0 ESC 1076A, Bull 868 VG the reverse a touch better, 1663 First Bust Variety ESC 1025, Bull 506 VG with traces of old gilding (£50 - £100) 2099) Shillings (2) 1734 Roses and Plumes ESC 1197, Bull 1706 Fine/Good Fine, 1737 Roses and Plumes ESC 1200, Bull 1711 Fine (£50 - £100) 2100) Shillings (2) 1739 Roses ESC 1201, Bull 1716 Fine, 1747 Roses ESC 1209, Bull 1728 VG/Fine with minor haymarking (£30 - £60)

2109) Sixpence 1700 ESC 1579, Bull 1250, UNC with a sharp and well-defined portrait, the legends with some die clashing, an attractive, unusual and original piece with grey tone gives plenty of eye appeal, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 (£380 - £450)

2101) Shillings (2) 1746 LIMA ESC 1206, Bull 1725 GF/NVF and bold but with graffiti in the reverse angles, and some small spots in the reverse legend, Rare, 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 NEF with a heavier contact mark in the second angle of the reverse (£50 - £100) 2102) Shillings (2) 1899 ESC 1355, Bull 3142 UNC with some lustre, 1893 Small Obverse Letters ESC 1361, Bull 3154, A/UNC nicely toned, with some contact marks and edge nicks (£40 - £80) 2103) Shillings 1913 ESC 1423, Bull 38020 (2) both NEF and scarce (£60 - £80) 2104) Sixpence 1674 ESC 1512, Bull 566 UNC or near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, a superb and well-struck piece with light friction to the highest points only. Charles II Sixpences extremely difficult to locate in top grades, even then many have weak strike in key areas, this a well struck example and extremely rare thus (£1,200 - £1,500)

2110) Sixpence 1705 Roses and Plumes, ESC 1585, Bull 1450, VG and scarce, a collectable example with all major details clear (£30 - £60) 2111) Sixpence 1743 Roses ESC 1614, Bull 1752 NEF (£280 - £350)

2112) Sixpence 1757 ESC 1623, Bull 1762 NEF toned, the obverse with an arc-shaped scratch, possibly caused in striking (£25 - £50) 2113) Sixpence 1758 ESC 1623, Bull 1763 About EF (£40 - £80)

2105) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533, Bull 1202, A/UNC with some light adjustment lines around the date (£230 - £280)

2114) Sixpence 1821 Proof ESC 1655, Bull 2423 FDC with an even colourful tone displaying much iridescence, a superb piece with beautiful eye appeal and graded PF65 by NGC (£700 - £1,000)

2106) Sixpence 1696C First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1536, Bull 1268 GVF toned, scarce, our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates this is only the third example we have offered (£75 - £125)

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2115) Sixpence 1826 Lion on Crown Milled Edge Proof ESC 1663, Bull 2435, Davies 271 dies 2A, R of GRATIA points to a bead, nFDC with deep grey and gold toning on original surfaces (£300 - £450) 2124) Sixpence 1853 Milled Edge Proof ESC 1699, Bull 3190 FDC with a beautiful blue and gold tone over original brilliance NGC PF64 (£600 - £900)

2116) Sixpence 1829 ESC 1666 EF/NEF toned (£65 - £100) 2117) Sixpence 1831 Milled Edge Proof ESC 1671, Bull 2500, Davies 360P, nFDC and lustrous, considerably scarcer than the Plain edge Proof from the sets, Our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is only the second example we have offered, and the first since 2010. (£450 - £750)

2118) Sixpence 1831 Plain Edge Proof ESC 1672, Bull 2501, Davies 360E, NHG PF61 (£200 - £300)

2125) Sixpence 1863 ESC 1712, Bull 3209 Good Fine and cleaned with some contact marks, a very rare date (£30 - £60) 2126) Sixpence 1866 ESC 1715, Bull 3213, Davies 1069, Dies 2A, with Die Number 30 EF/AU with original mint lustre, the obverse with light contact marks, with original lustre and light golden tone in the legends. Comes with ticket stating ‘From Foundations of Gibbstown House’. Gibbstown House was a large house in Navan, Co. Meath, originally constructed by James Henry, for Thomas Gerrard, and was home to the Collins Gerrards. Building was completed in 1871. (£200 - £300) 2127) Sixpence 1873 Die Number 85, New ESC 3228, Old ESC 1727 UNC (£95 - £140) 2128) Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, R over V in VICTORIA ESC 1752C, Bull 3266, Davies 1153 VF and scarce (£30 - £50)

2119) Sixpence 1834 ESC 1674, Bull 2504 NEF/GVF with a scratch on the obverse (£25 - £50) 2120) Sixpence 1837 BR over BR in BRITANNIAR (LCGS Variety 04) GVF with a heavier contact mark on the portrait (£90 - £120) 2121) Sixpence 1839 Plain Edge Proof ESC 1685, Bull 3171, Davies 1031E, Die Axis inverted, FDC with touches of gold, magenta and blue/green tone NGC PF64+ desirable thus (£600 - £900)

2122) Sixpence 1848 8 over 7, as always with this variety the 7 appears over the top of the 8, ESC 1693B, Bull 3184, Fine, the reverse slightly better, the surfaces with some light green residue. This type Very Rare and seldom seen, and missing from many Sixpence collections. (£100 - £150) 2123) Sixpence 1850 ESC 1695, Bull 3185 Choice UNC with an attractive and colourful tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£340 - £380)

2129) Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type, R over V in VICTORIA, ESC 1752A, Bull 3266, Davies 1153, A/UNC with deep and attractive toning, Rare (£50 - £80) 2130) Sixpence 1888, ESC 1756, Bull 3277, Davies 1162, dies 1B angled leaf stem, UNC the obverse with a hairline scratch in the left field (£70 - £80) 2131) Sixpence 1893 Veiled Head Proof ESC 1763, Bull 3286, Davies 1181, dies 2A, First I of VICTORIA points to a tooth, a small stain on the reverse otherwise nFDC and retaining much original brilliance and light toning (£200 - £300)

2132) Sixpence 1897 ESC 1767 Lustrous UNC (£35 - £65) 2133) Sixpence 1897 ESC 1767 UNC and attractively toned (£35 - £55) 2134) Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786, Bull 3598 nFDC/FDC the obverse with a slightly uneven light gold tone (£30 £50)

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2135) Sixpence 1908 ESC 1792, Bull 3604 GEF/AU and lustrous (£50 - £75) 2136) Sixpence 1911 ESC 1795, Davies 1863 dies 2B Choice UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the second finest known of 53 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £150) 2137) Sixpence 1926 First Head ESC 1813, Bull 3895, listed as scarce by Bull but in our experience many times scarcer than the Modified Effigy coin of the same date UNC or very near so with light toning (£20 - £30) 2138) Sixpence 1952 ESC 1838F, Bull 4266 UNC with a few light contact marks, the key date in the series (£60 - £80) 2139) Sixpences (2) 1821 ESC 1654, Bull 2421 EF, 1825 ESC 1659, Bull 2427 NEF/GVF (£50 - £100) 2140) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1, S.3785, VG or slightly better, ExJewellery (£450 - £500)

2141) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1, S.3785, VG, Ex-Jewellery (£400 - £450)

2145) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4, in an NGC holder and graded MS61, the obverse with some lustre, appears conservatively graded (£2,000 - £2,500)

2146) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4, S.3785C Near Fine, ExJewellery (£400 - £500) 2147) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4, S.3785C with an ornate mount attached, total weight 9.36 grammes, the mount gold coloured but not hallmarked (£380 - £420) 2148) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 GVF the obverse with some rubbing to the King’s neck and jawline (£850 - £950)

2149) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5, S.3800 EF/GEF and lustrous, with a gentle edge bruise, all George IV Laureate Head Sovereigns sought after in high grades (£1,600 - £2,000)

2142) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1, S.3785, VG/NVG (£400 - £450)

2143) Sovereign 1818 Ascending colon before REX, Marsh 2A, S.3785A, the obverse VG, the reverse slightly better (£650 - £750)

2144) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4 an error with a rim cud extending from the top of the obverse down to the IT of BRIT, most unusual this type of error seldom seen of gold issues, Good Fine/Near VF (£1,200 - £1,500)

2150) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5, S.3800 VG Ex-Jewellery, 7.73 grammes, with much of the edge milled smoothed (£350 - £400) 2151) Sovereign 1824 as Marsh 8, second I of BRITANNIAR has no top left serif and appears as a reversed 1, in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£1,000 - £1,200)

2152) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head, Marsh 10, S.3801 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£1,300 - £1,600)

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2153) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head, Marsh 10, S.3801 VG (£400 £500)

2159) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14, S.3801 Near Fine/About Fine (£550 - £650)

2154) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11, S.3801 About EF/GEF the reverse lustrous, an extremely attractive example of the Bare head series (£1,200 - £1,500)

2160) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15, S.3801 NEF/EF the reverse lustrous, all George IV Sovereigns desirable in high grades (£1,250 - £1,500)

2155) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11, S.3801 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Mount (£500 - £600)

2161) Sovereign 1830 Marsh 15, S.3801 VG or better (£450 £550)

2156) Sovereign 1827 Marsh 12, S.3801 GVF/NEF, rated scarce by Marsh, certainly rarer in middle to high grade (£950 £1,150)

2162) Sovereign 1831 WW with no stops, First Bust with nose pointing to the second N of BRITANNIAR, Marsh 16A, S.3829A, GVF with some rubbing to the King’s jawline and cheek, rated at R5 by Marsh. An extremely rare type and seldom offered (£3,200 - £3,800)

2157) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 GVF/NEF and pleasing for the grade (£950 - £1,150)

2163) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to Second I of BRITANNIAR, Marsh 17, About Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£400 £450) 2164) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to second I of BRITANNIAR, Marsh 17, S.3829B Bright GVF, all William IV Sovereigns scarce in grades above Fine (£1,300 - £1,600)

2158) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14, S.3801 GVF a pleasing example, rated scarce by Marsh, certainly rarer in middle to high grade (£950 - £1,150)

2165) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to second I of BRITANNIAR, Marsh 17, S.3829B VG (£600 - £700)

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2166) Sovereign 1835 Marsh 19 GVF, the obverse with some rubbing on the portrait and in the fields causing a depression to the design, the reverse with signs of die rust in the fields, scarce nevertheless this date with the second lowest mintage of William IV Sovereigns (£1,500 - £1,750)

2171) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23, S.3852 Fine, the reverse slightly better, signs of the obverse having been lightly rubbed below the Queen’s ear and on the back of the neck under magnification, an extremely rare date in all grades and always keenly sought after (£2,200 - £2,800)

2167) Sovereign 1835 Marsh 19, S.3829B NEF and a very pleasing example, all William IV Sovereigns hard to find in high grades, this date with the second lowest mintage of the entire William IV Sovereign series (£2,400 - £2,800)

2172) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23, S.3852 in an NGC holder and graded VF30, an extremely rare date in all grades and always keenly sought after (£2,700 - £3,200)

2168) Sovereign 1836 Marsh 20 VF or better/NEF with some small edge nicks (£1,250 - £1,500)

2173) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25, S.3852 About Fine/Fine, comes in a presentation box (£300 - £400) 2174) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25, S.3852 Fine, comes in a presentation box (£300 - £400) 2175) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25, S.3852 Fine/Good Fine, comes in a presentation box (£300 - £400) 2176) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28, S.3852 Good Fine (£250 - £350)

2169) Sovereign 1836 Marsh 20, S.3829B VF/EF the reverse lustrous, all William IV Sovereigns scarce in grades above Fine (£1,150 - £1,350)

2170) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21, S.3829B About VF/VF with the odd small rim nick, scarce in all grades above Fine (£1,150 - £1,350)

2177) Sovereign 1846 Marsh 29, S.3852 EF and lustrous, a little weakly struck on the Queen’s hair and in the corresponding position on the shield, still an attractive piece with much eye appeal (£500 - £600)

2178) Sovereign 1847 Marsh 30, S.3852 GVF/NEF (£450 - £550)

2179) Sovereign 1848 Marsh 31, S.3852C GVF with some contact marks (£450 - £550)

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2180) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34, S.3852C GVF/EF (£420 - £480)

2181) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35, S.3852C EF/GEF with some edge nicks, the reverse in particular lustrous and eye-catching (£450 - £550)

2182) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35, S.3852C NEF with some contact marks (£300 - £400)

2183) Sovereign 1853 Marsh 36, S.3852C NEF/EF (£420 - £480)

2184) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised, 1 over R in VICTORIA, the punch for the number 1 appears to have been used to strengthen the upright of the R, the overstrike slightly misaligned, as Marsh 36, S.3852C NEF/GVF with a raised line flaw on the portrait, an unusual and interesting piece (£300 - £400)

2186) Sovereign 1855 WW Incuse, S.3852D EF/GEF and lustrous (£420 - £480)

2187) Sovereign 1855 WW Incuse, S.3852D NEF with an edge nick (£250 - £350)

2188) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39, S.3852D GVF/EF (£300 - £450)

2189) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39, S.3852D NEF (£300 - £450)

2190) Sovereign 1857 Marsh 40, S.3852D GVF/NEF (£300 - £450)

2191) Sovereign 1857 Marsh 40, S.3852D NEF/EF (£300 - £450)

2185) Sovereign 1854 WW Raised on truncation S.3852C in an NGC holder and graded XF45 (£550 - £650)

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2192) Sovereign 1859 Ansell S.3852E, Marsh 42A with the additional line on the lower part of the ribbon, in a NGC holder and graded AU53 (£4,000 - £5,000)

2194) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date S.3852D NEF (£250 - £350)

2195) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date S.3852D NVF in a presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350) 2196) Sovereign 1863 Marsh 46, S.3853, Die Number 11, GVF/ NEF, the first year of the Die Number type (£420 - £480)

2197) Sovereign 1863 No Die Number, Marsh 45, S.3852D GVF/ NEF with an edge nick and some light contact marks (£250 - £350)

2198) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49, S.3853, Die Number 40 NEF/EF (£250 - £350)

2199) Sovereign 1868 Marsh 52, S.3853, Die Number 32, VF/GVF (£250 - £350)

2200) Sovereign 1869 Marsh 53, S.3853, Die Number 8, VF with some small edge nicks (£250 - £350)

2193) Sovereign 1859 Marsh 42, S.3852D GVF/Near EF, this date seldom seen in grades above VF, rare thus (£450 - £550)

2201) Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, with only a slight trace of the B.P. initials visible in the exergue, Marsh 84, S.3856A, EF/GEF and lustrous (£420 - £480)

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2202) Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse, Marsh 55, S.3853B, Die Number 30, GEF/AU a highly lustrous example with much eye appeal (£450 - £550)

2203) Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon, Marsh 85, S.3856A, NEF/EF with a small spot by the dragon’s wing (£420 - £480)

2204) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, Marsh 48,S.3853B, Die Number 26, GVF/EF the reverse lustrous, with a gentle edge bruise (£420 - £480)

2205) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, No Die Number Marsh 47, S.3853B GVF/About EF and lustrous (£250 - £350)

2206) Sovereign 1872S George and the Dragon, Marsh 111, S.3858A, GVF/NEF and lustrous (£400 - £450)

2207) Sovereign 1872S Shield Reverse Marsh 70, S.3855 Good Fine/VF with a thin scratch by the date (£250 - £350)

2209) Sovereign 1874M George and the Dragon, Marsh 96, S.3857, EF with good, slightly subdued lustre (£380 - £420)

2210) Sovereign 1875M George and the Dragon, Marsh 97, S.3857, EF and lustrous, a most pleasing example (£420 £480)

2211) Sovereign 1875M George and the Dragon, Marsh 97, S.3857, EF and lustrous, with some contact marks, still a very pleasing example (£420 - £480)

2212) Sovereign 1876 Marsh 88, S.3856A, EF and lustrous, the reverse with traces of mint bloom in places (£380 - £420)

2213) Sovereign 1876M George and the Dragon S.3857, Marsh 98 About EF and lustrous (£420 - £480)

2214) Sovereign 1876S George and the Dragon, Marsh 115, S.3858A, About EF/EF and lustrous, a very pleasing example of the Sydney Mint type (£380 - £420)

2208) Sovereign 1873M George and the Dragon, Marsh 95, S.3857, About EF/EF the obverse with some contact marks (£400 - £450)

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2215) Sovereign 1877M George and the Dragon, Marsh 99, S.3857, EF or better with some contact marks and rim nicks (£420 - £480)

2224) Sovereign 1880M George and the Dragon, Marsh 102, S.3857, EF and lustrous with a few small edge nicks (£420 - £480) 2216) Sovereign 1878M George and the Dragon Marsh 100, S.3857 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £350) 2217) Sovereign 1878M George and the Dragon Marsh 100, S.3857 NEF/EF with some contact marks and rim nicks, retaining some mint lustre (£300 - £450) 2225) Sovereign 1880S Shield Reverse, Marsh 76, S.3855, NEF/ GEF and lustrous, light friction to the lower lock of the Queen’s hair as often seen on the series, the reverse lustrous and with much eye appeal (£440 - £550)

2218) Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon Marsh 101, Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £400) 2219) Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon Marsh 101, S.3857 VF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£250 - £350) 2220) Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon, Marsh 101, S.3857, NEF/EF and lustrous (£420 - £480)

2221) Sovereign 1879S George and the Dragon S.3858A, Marsh 116 in a PCGS holder and graded AU53 (£400 - £500)

2222) Sovereign 1879S Shield Reverse, the S mintmark with traces of double striking, Marsh 75, S.3855, NEF/EF the reverse in particular lustrous and eye-catching (£440 - £550)

2223) Sovereign 1880M George and the Dragon, Marsh 102, S.3857, About EF/EF and lustrous with some edge nicks (£420 - £480)

2226) Sovereign 1881S Shield Reverse, Bust now in slightly lower relief, Marsh 77, S.3855B, GEF/AU with some contact marks and small edge nicks, a lustrous and extremely eyecatching example (£500 - £600)

2227) Sovereign 1882M Shield Reverse, Marsh 63, S.3854A, EF with some contact marks (£450 - £550)

2228) Sovereign 1882S George and the Dragon, Small B.P. in exergue, the S mintmark ‘filled’ at top and bottom, Marsh 119, S.3858E, About EF/EF (£400 - £450)

2229) Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon, WW complete on broad truncation, Horse with short tail, Marsh 105, S.3857C GEF/EF and lustrous with some contact marks, a very attractive example with much eye appeal (£400 £450)

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2230) Sovereign 1883S George and the Dragon, Marsh 120, S.3858E, About EF/EF and lustrous, the reverse with small traces of mint bloom (£500 - £600)

2236) Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon, W.W complete on truncation, Horse with short tail Marsh 107, S.3857C VF (£250 - £350) 2237) Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon, W.W complete on truncation, Horse with short tail Marsh 107, S.3857C, NEF and lustrous with some light contact marks and small rim nicks (£250 - £350)

2231) Sovereign 1883S Shield Reverse, Marsh 79, S.3855, GVF/ EF the reverse lustrous (£420 - £480)

2238) Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon, WW complete on broad truncation, Horse with short tail, Marsh 107, S.3857C, GEF or better and lustrous with some edge nicks (£400 - £480) 2232) Sovereign 1884M George and the Dragon, WW complete on broad truncation, Horse with short tail, Marsh 106, S.3857C, EF with some contact marks, highly lustrous and most attractive (£420 - £480)

2239) Sovereign 1885M Shield Reverse, Marsh 66, S.3854A, GEF/ AU and lustrous with some contact marks and rim nicks, a very attractive example of the Melbourne Shield series (£420 - £480) 2233) Sovereign 1884M George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail, S.3857C, Marsh 106, NEF/GVF and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 £450)

2240) Sovereign 1885S George and the Dragon, Marsh 122, S.3858E, GEF/AU and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£400 - £450) 2234) Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse, Marsh 65, S.3854A, EF/ AU and lustrous with some contact marks and small edge nicks, a most eye-catching example of the Melbourne Shield series (£450 - £550) 2241) Sovereign 1885S George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail, S.3858E, Marsh 122, in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£400 - £500)

2235) Sovereign 1884S George and the Dragon, WW complete on broad truncation, Horse with short tail, Marsh 121, S.3858E, NEF/EF the reverse with a few light flecks of toning (£400 - £450) More pictures available on our website www.londoncoins.co.uk


2242) Sovereign 1885S Shield Reverse, Marsh 81, S.3855B EF/ GEF the reverse lustrous, a most pleasing example of the lower relief head, with much eye appeal (£420 - £480)

2243) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon, Marsh 108, S.3857C, GEF and highly lustrous with some small edge nicks, an eye-catching example (£400 - £450)

2244) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon, Marsh 108, S.3857C, GEF or better and highly lustrous the obverse with some light contact marks, and a gentle edge bruise, a most pleasing and eye-catching example (£500 - £600)

2248) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof S.3866B GEF/About UNC, the obverse with the portrait showing signs of light rubbing, and a depression in the field caused by some deeper hairlines, the reverse with many hairlines, retaining much mint lustre (£1,800 - £2,200)

2249) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866, DISH L7 GEF and lustrous with a gentle edge bruise, overall a very pleasing piece with much eye appeal (£480 - £550)

2250) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Second Legend G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3866, DISH L7 GVF/NEF with small rim nicks, in a presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350) 2251) Sovereign 1887M Young Head, George and the Dragon, Marsh 109, S.3857C NEF with some contact marks (£300 - £450)

2245) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon, S.3857C NEDF/ GVF with some edge nicks (£250 - £350)

2252) Sovereign 1887M Young Head, George and the Dragon, Marsh 109, S.3857C, About EF/NEF and lustrous (£350 £450) 2246) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail, S.3857C, Marsh 108, in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£400 - £500)

2247) Sovereign 1886S Shield Reverse, Marsh 82, S.3855B EF/ GEF and lustrous (£420 - £480)

2253) Sovereign 1887M Young Head, Shield Reverse, Marsh 124, S.3854A, VF or better/EF, the reverse lustrous, one of the key dates in the series and always keenly sought after (£3,200 - £3,800)

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2254) Sovereign 1887S Jubilee Head, First Legend, S.3868D, DISH S2, Good Fine/VF, all Sydney Mint 1887 Jubilee Head Sovereigns are rare (£450 - £550)

2255) Sovereign 1887S Young Head, George and the Dragon, Marsh 124, S.3858E, NEF/EF and pleasing (£380 - £420)

2256) Sovereign 1887S Young Head, Shield Reverse Marsh 83, S.3855B GEF/EF with some contact marks (£550 - £650)

2257) Sovereign 1887S Young Head, Shield Reverse Marsh 83, S.3855B in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 (£600 - £700)

2262) Sovereign 1891S Marsh 142, S.3868C, DISH S15 GEF/AU and lustrous with reflective surfaces, a most eye-catching example with a lot of eye appeal (£420 - £480)

2263) Sovereign 1892S Marsh 143, S.3868C, DISH S16, GEF/AU and lustrous with some small rim nicks, an attractive and eye-catching example (£400 - £450)

2264) Sovereign 1893 Proof S.3874 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 CAM (£3,000 - £4,000)

2265) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Proof S.3874 About UNC with deeper hairlines causing depressions in the fields (£2,500 - £3,000)

2258) Sovereign 1889 Second Obverse G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3866B, DISH L11 Fine/Near VF (£250 - £350) 2259) Sovereign 1889S G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3868B, DISH S12, About EF/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£380 - £420)

2266) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head, Marsh 145 NVF/VF (£250 £350) 2267) Sovereign 1893M Jubilee Head, Marsh 137, S.3867C, DISH M18, EF/GEF and lustrous, the reverse particularly attractive (£400 - £450)

2260) Sovereign 1890 G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3866B, Marsh 128, DISH L13, Fine/Good Fine (£280 - £380) 2261) Sovereign 1891 Second Obverse G: of D:G closer to the crown, Horse with long tail, S.3866C, DISH L15 Fine, cleaned with an edge knock (£250 - £350)

2268) Sovereign 1893S Jubilee Head, Marsh 144, S.3868C, A/ UNC and highly lustrous, with considerable eye appeal (£420 - £480)

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2269) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 EF and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£400 - £450)

2270) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 GVF with some contact marks, Good Fine/NVF (£250 - £350) 2271) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 GVF with some contact marks, in a red Royal Mint box, with ‘The Historic Sovereign Collection’ certificate (£250 - £350) 2272) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 Fine/NVF (£250 - £350) 2273) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 VF/GVF with some small rim nicks (£250 - £350) 2274) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 EF and lustrous with some contact marks, in a presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350)

2282) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171 About EF with some contact marks, Rare, the first year that Sovereigns struck by the Perth Mint (£550 - £650)

2283) Sovereign 1899S Marsh 168 Fine/Good Fine, cleaned (£250 - £350) 2284) Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 Fine/Good Fine (£250 - £350) 2285) Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 Near Fine in a 9 carat gold mount, total weight 10.04g (£300 - £400) 2286) Sovereign 1900M Marsh 160 Fine/Good Fine (£300 - £400) 2287) Sovereign 1900P Marsh 172 EF with good, slightly subdued lustre (£400 - £450)

2275) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 GEF with some contact marks, the fields reflective and prooflike (£420 - £480)

2288) Sovereign 1902 Marsh 174 Fine. Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £350) 2289) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 nFDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£650 - £750) 2276) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 Good Fine/VF (£250 - £350) 2277) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£500 - £600)

2290) Sovereign 1903 Marsh 175 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£250 - £350)

2278) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 NEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£250 - £350)

2291) Sovereign 1903S Marsh 205 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, at the time of writing only 6 examples have been graded higher by PCGS (£450 - £550)

2279) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 VF with some contact marks. In a presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350) 2280) Sovereign 1899 Marsh 150 Good Fine/About VF with a small edge nick (£250 - £350) 2281) Sovereign 1899M Marsh 159 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£400 - £450)

2292) Sovereign 1904 Marsh 176 Good Fine (£250 - £350) 2293) Sovereign 1905 scratched in the area above the date where the mintmark would be, mint therefore uncertain, otherwise Fine (£250 - £350) 2294) Sovereign 1906 Marsh 178 Fine/Good Fine in a 9 carat gold mount, total weight 9.57 grammes (£300 - £400) 2295) Sovereign 1906 Marsh 178 VF with some scratches and edge nicks (£250 - £350)

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2296) Sovereign 1907 Marsh 179 About VF/VF (£250 - £350) 2297) Sovereign 1907 Marsh 179 EF and lustrous (£250 - £350) 2298) Sovereign 1907 Marsh 179 GVF (£250 - £350) 2299) Sovereign 1907 Marsh 179 VG/Near Fine in a 9 carat gold mount on a 9 carat gold chain with clasp, total weight 16.59 grammes (£400 - £500)

2311) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 NEF/EF and lustrous with some edge nicks (£250 - £350) 2312) Sovereign 1912P Marsh 251 VF/GVF (£250 - £350) 2313) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 EF in a presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350) 2314) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 GVF (£250 - £350)

2300) Sovereign 1908 Marsh 180 GVF/NEF and lustrous (£250 £350)

2315) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 NEF/EF and lustrous with an edge nick (£250 - £350)

2301) Sovereign 1908 Marsh 180 NVF with some contact marks and a round scratch in the obverse field (£250 - £350)

2316) Sovereign 1913C Ottawa Mint, Marsh 222 EF with some contact marks and edge nicks, an extremely rare piece and rated R4 by Marsh, with just 3717 minted, this being a lower mintage than the Excessively rare 1916C coin, and the lowest mintage of all the George V Canadian Sovereigns. We note this is only the fifth example we have offered in 18 years. (£1,500 - £2,000)

2302) Sovereign 1909 Marsh 181 Good Fine/NVF (£250 - £350) 2303) Sovereign 1909C Marsh 184 VF or slightly better with some edge nicks, Rare with a low mintage of just 16,300 pieces (£750 - £850)

2304) Sovereign 1910 Marsh 182 Fine/NVF (£250 - £350) 2305) Sovereign 1910 Marsh 182 NEF (£250 - £350) 2306) Sovereign 1910P Marsh GVF/NEF and lustrous (£250 £350) 2307) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 NEF with some toning in the reverse field (£250 - £350)

2317) Sovereign 1914 Marsh 216 NEF with some contact arks and edge nicks (£250 - £350) 2318) Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 VF/NVF with some graffiti on the reverse (£280 - £380) 2319) Sovereign 1915S Marsh 275 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£400 - £500)

2308) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 NVF/VF (£250 - £350) 2309) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 nFDC retaining much original brilliance, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 (£1,700 - £2,200)

2310) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 UNC with many fine scratches and hairlines, retaining much original lustre (£800 - £1,000)

2320) Sovereign 1915S Marsh 275 VF/Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery, the reverse with many scratches (£250 - £350)

2321) Sovereign 1916 Marsh 218 GEF Rare and always sought after in high grade (£500 - £600)

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2322) Sovereign 1919C Marsh 227, in an NGC holder and graded MS63, of the 7 date of Sovereigns minted at the Ottawa Mint, this is the last issue, with a low mintage of 135,957 pieces, all Ottawa Mint George V Sovereigns are scarce or rare (£460 - £550)

2323) Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 EF , one of the key date George V Sydney Mint Sovereigns, this date rated R3 by Marsh, very rare, especially in this high grade (£1,500 - £2,000)

2332) Sovereign 1929M Marsh 247 NEF and lustrous, Very Rare and rated R3 by Marsh. All three dates of the Small head Melbourne series are rare. Although this date has the highest recorded mintage, it is rated the rarest of the three dates at R3 by Marsh. This short series is always keenly sought after (£1,500 - £2,000)

2333) Sovereign 1930M Marsh 248, in an NGC holder and graded AU58, Rare with a low mintage of just 77,588 pieces, the George V smaller head Sovereigns were minted only from 1929-1931, all are rare (£550 - £650)

2324) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 GEF and lustrous, in a presentation box with certificate (£250 - £350) 2325) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 in a PCGS holder and graded MS66, very few currency Sovereigns attain this high grade (£450 - £550)

2326) Sovereign 1925M Marsh 243 GEF/AU and lustrous (£400 - £450)

2334) Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 UNC to nFDC with minor hairlines and a gentle edge bruise, retaining considerable original mint brilliance, the 1937 Sovereign always sought after, being the only George VI issue (£2,400 - £4,400)

2335) Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 UNC with some deeper scratches causing depressions in the fields, the 1937 Sovereign always sought after, being the only George VI issue (£2,150 - £2,450)

2327) Sovereign 1925M Marsh 243 NEF the obverse with some light contact marks (£250 - £350) 2328) Sovereign 1926SA Marsh 290 VF cleaned with some edge nicks (£250 - £350) 2329) Sovereign 1927SA Marsh 291 NEF and lustrous with some edge nicks (£250 - £350) 2330) Sovereign 1927SA Marsh 291 VF cleaned (£250 - £350) 2331) Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 Good Fine, the obverse rubbed with some hairlines (£250 - £350)

2336) Sovereign 1958 Marsh 298 GEF (£250 - £350) 2337) Sovereign 1968 Marsh 306 GVF/NEF cleaned (£250 - £350) 2338) Sovereign 1979 Proof S.SC1 nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, uncased in capsule with promoter’s certificate (£250 - £350) 2339) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 Lustrous UNC (£250 - £350) 2340) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 Lustrous UNC (£250 - £350) 2341) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 Lustrous UNC (£250 - £350)

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2342) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350)

2364) Sovereign 2010 S.SC7 Lustrous UNC uncased in capsule (£250 - £350)

2343) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350)

2365) Sovereign 2011 S.SC7 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks, uncased in capsule (£250 - £350)

2344) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350)

2366) Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks, in a soft pouch with certificate (£250 - £350)

2345) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350)

2367) Sovereign 2013 Proof S.SC7 the odd tiny nick, otherwise FDC, uncased in capsule, with Royal Mint certificate and booklet (£250 - £350)

2346) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350) 2347) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350) 2348) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350) 2349) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350) 2350) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350) 2351) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre (£250 - £350)

2368) Sovereign 2016 Proof with James Butler portrait S.SC10, the Butler portrait only used on the coins of 2016. FDC uncased in capsule, with Royal Mint certificate and booklet (£250 - £350) 2369) Sovereign 2017 Reverse with St. George within the Garter S.SC11 Proof nFDC with a hint of toning, uncased in capsule with Royal Mint certificate and booklet (£250 - £350) 2370) Sovereign 2017 with 200th Anniversary Privy Mark in the exergue to the left of the date S.SC9A, in a PCGS holder with Union Jack label, and graded MS68 (£350 - £450) 2371) Sovereign 2018 65th Anniversary of the Coronation, with 65 in crown Privy Mark, S.SC12 Gold Proof Piedfort FDC uncased in capsule (£640 - £750)

2352) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre and a light handling mark (£250 - £350) 2353) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre and a small scuff in the obverse field (£250 - £350) 2354) Sovereign 1981 Marsh 312 UNC with practically full mint lustre, the reverse with a tiny tone spot (£250 - £350) 2355) Sovereign 2000 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC (£250 - £350)

2372) Sovereign 2021 Queen Elizabeth II 95th Birthday Proof with ‘95 in crown’ privy mark to the left of the date in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, these now sold out by the Royal Mint (£500 - £600)

2356) Sovereign 2000 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC uncased in capsule (£250 - £350) 2357) Sovereign 2001 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC (£300 - £400) 2358) Sovereign 2002 Shield Reverse S.SC5 Lustrous UNC (£300 - £400) 2359) Sovereign 2002 Shield S.SC5 Lustrous UNC, with some bag marks, uncased in capsule with promoter’s certificate (£300 - £400) 2360) Sovereign 2005 Modern St. George reverse S.SC6 Lustrous UNC (£300 - £400) 2361) Sovereign 2006 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC (£300 - £400) 2362) Sovereign 2006 S.SC4 Lustrous UNC (£300 - £400)

2373) Sovereigns 1830 Marsh 15, S.3801 (2) both VG to Fine and Ex-Jewellery (£700 - £800) 2374) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 Choice UNC and attractively toned with a trace of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection LCA A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1443 (£240 - £280) 2375) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 NEF/GVF the obverse with some contact marks (£50 - £60)

2363) Sovereign 2007 S.SC4 UNC or near so and lustrous with contact marks and some hairlines, uncased in capsule (£300 - £400)

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2376) Third Guinea 1797 S.3738 EF and lustrous, a most pleasing example of the first laureate head type, always sought after in high grades (£650 - £750)

2386) Three Shilling Bank Token 1814 ESC 422, Bull 2083 VF, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1814 ESC 977, Bull 2121 Bright NEF, Ex-London Coins Auction A126 June 2009 hammer price £80 (£60 - £100) 2387) Three Shilling Bank Token 1815 ESC 423, Bull 2084 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 (£75 - £150)

2377) Third Guinea 1798 S.3738 Fine, the reverse with some scratches in the field (£100 - £150) 2378) Third Guinea 1798 T of ET double struck, as S.3738 NEF, a very pleasing example (£500 - £600)

2388) Threepence 1845 ESC 2055, Bull 3371 UNC with a choice subtle gold tone, early Victorian Silver Threepences always sought after in top grades (£150 - £200) 2389) Threepence 1868 ESC 2075, Bull 3407, Davies 1290 dies 2A, GEF/AU the obverse with some surface marks with small rim nicks, comes with ticket stating ‘From Foundations of Gibbstown House’. Gibbstown House was a large house in Navan, Co. Meath, originally constructed by James Henry, for Thomas Gerrard, and was home to the Collins Gerrards. Building was completed in 1871. (£50 - £80) 2390) Trade Dollar 1899B KM#T5 VF the obverse with some light parallel scratches akin to adjustment lines (£60 - £70)

2379) Third Guinea 1803 S.3739 EF/NEF the reverse lightly cleaned, still retaining considerable eye appeal (£500 £600)

2391) Trade Dollar 1899B the first 9 in the date over a higher 9, as KM#T5 NVF (£75 - £95) 2392) Trade Dollar 1902B KM#T5 NEF/GVF with some edge nicks, the obverse lustrous (£40 - £60) 2393) Trade Dollar 1912B KM#T5 NVF (£60 - £80)

2380) Third Guinea 1804 engraved on the obverse ‘Ed to the Picture Girl 1895’ in three lines, Fine with a loop mount attached, this not hallmarked and presumed not gold, total weight 2.87 grammes (£90 - £120)

2394) Twenty Five Pounds Gold 2010 London Olympics, Diana Faster S.4905 Quarter Ounce Gold Proof in an NGC holder with 2012 Blue Olympic logo, and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo (£380 - £450)

2381) Third Guineas (2) 1797 S.3738 Fine with a stain on the reverse, 1798 S.3738 VG/Near Fine, the reverse with a series of fine scratches causing a depression in the field (£450 - £550) 2382) Third Guineas (5) 1797 S.3738 (2) both VG/About Fine, the second slightly bent, 1798 S.3738 VG with a small dig on the reverse, 1799 S.3738 VG or slightly better, cleaned, Rare, 1810 S.3740 Fine/Good Fine, Ex-jewellery with a small test cut on the edge (£700 - £800) 2383) Three Shilling Bank Token 1812 Bust type ESC 415, Bull 2076 AU/GEF and attractively toned (£75 - £150) 2384) Three Shilling Bank Token 1813 ESC 421, Bull 2082 Near EF and attractively toned (£50 - £75) 2385) Three Shilling Bank Token 1814 ESC 422, Bull 2083 EF with some minor hairlines (£50 - £75)

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2395) Two Pounds 1820 Gold Pattern with lettered edge S.3784, Wilson & Rasmussen 179, Reverse inverted, 15.82 grammes, NGC Proof Details Repaired, excessively rare, one of the classic rarities of the Milled gold series, with a tiny mintage of only 60 pieces. This Pattern along with the Five Pounds of the same year were said to be have been minted in late January 1820, and remain one of the most sought after issues in the entire Gold series, very seldom being offered for sale (£25,000 - £30,000)

2396) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 Fair and plugged, in a 9 carat gold mount total weight 19.28 grammes (£600 - £750) 2397) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 Fine, Ex-Jewellery, with a mount having been removed from the edge at the top of the reverse (£650 - £750)

2398) Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery, formerly swivel mounted, with the edge skilfully repaired (£650 £750)

2399) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 VF/GVF Ex-swivel mount with holes in the edge at 12 and 6 o’clock, comes in presentation soft pouch (£550 - £700) 2400) Two Pounds 1893 Gold Proof S.3873 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 DCAM (£3,500 - £5,000)

2401) Two Pounds 2002 Shield Gold Proof as S.SD5 variety with fine edge milling FDC uncased in capsule with no certificate, at the time of writing PCGS had only recorded 13 examples (£1,000 - £1,200)

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2402) Two Pounds 2012 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Dickens S.K29 Gold Proof, the odd tiny nick otherwise FDC, uncased in capsule, no certificate, Rare with only 202 issued (£700 - £800)

2403) Two Pounds Gold 1902 S.3967 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£1,500 - £1,900)

2404) Two Pounds Gold 1911 Proof S.3995 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 (£3,500 - £4,500)

2405) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 Fine or better with some edge bruises (£30 - £50) 2406) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 Good Fine with some surface marks and edge nicks (£40 - £70) 2407) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NEF with a gentle edge bruise, and a series of hairline scratches in the fields NEF with a trace of lustre (£80 - £100) 2408) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NEF/GVF with traces of lustre and a few small spots, the edge much better than usually encountered with only a few small nicks (£180 - £220) 2409) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NVF with some fine scratches and surface marks (£50 - £75) 2410) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NVF with some surface marks and edge nicks (£50 - £75)

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Observed read across grades to other systems Based on observations after LCGS have graded 41,000 coins November 2016

LCGS Numerical Grade

Average Raw UK Grade

Average Standard USA Sheldon

1

100

FDC

MS70

99

FDC

MS70

98

FDC

MS70

97

FDC

MS70

96

FDC

M69

FDC

95

94

AFDC

AFDC

93

2

MS 68 -69 MS68 MS 67 -68

92

AFDC

MS67

91

AFDC

MS66 -67

90

NFDC

MS 66

88

BU -NFDC

MS65 -66

85

Choice UNC - BU

MS 65

82

Choice UNC

MS 64 -65

80

Choice UNC

MS 64

78

UNC

MS 63 -64

75

UNC or near so

MS 62 - 63

70

AU

MS60 -61

65

GEF

MS60 -61

60

EF

AU58 - MS60

55

NEF

AU55

50

GVF

AU55

45

GVF

AU 53

40

VF

AU 50

35

NVF

EF 45

30

GF

EF 40

25

GF

F35

20

F

F30

15

NF

10

VG

8

VG

5

GOOD

4

FAIR

3

FAIR

2

FAIR

1

FAIR

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