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

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

Parking

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

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

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

By Car

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

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VIEWING OF LOTS

AUCTION SESSIONS

SATURDAY VIEWING

SATURDAY SALE

Saturday 2nd September 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Sunday 2nd September 11.00 am until sold Windsor Suite

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 6), English Banknotes (lots 7 - 117), World Banknotes (lots 118-574), English Cased and Proof Items (lots 575 - 711), World Cased and Proof Items (lots 712 - 764), Miscellaneous Items (lots 765 - 842) British Tokens (lots 843 893), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 894 - 1007), (World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1008 - 1409), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1410 - 1605)

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 6), English Banknotes (lots 7 - 117), World Banknotes (lots 118-574), English Cased and Proof Items (lots 575 - 711), World Cased and Proof Items (lots 712 - 764), Miscellaneous Items (lots 765 - 842) British Tokens (lots 843 893), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 894 - 1007), (World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1008 - 1409), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1410 - 1605)

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1606 - 1639) Islamic Coins (1640 - 1654)English Hammered Coins (lots 1655 - 1779), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1780 - 2945) (English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2946 - 3224) English Milled Coins Proxy Bid Sale (lots 3225 - 3412) SUNDAY VIEWING

SUNDAY SALE

Sunday 3rd September 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.

Sunday 3rd September 11.00 am until sold Windsor Suite.

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1606 - 1639) Islamic Coins (1640 - 1654)English Hammered Coins (lots 1655 - 1779 ),

Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1606 - 1639) Islamic Coins (1640 - 1654)English Hammered Coins (lots 1655 - 1779 ),

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1780 - 2945) (English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2946 - 3224)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1780 - 2945) (English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2946 - 3224)

English Milled Coins Proxy Bid Sale (lots 3225 - 3412)

English Milled Coins Proxy Bid Sale (lots 3225 - 3412)

Saturday Sale starts 11 am

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China: 1925, 5% Gold ‘Boxer’ Loan, a group of bonds for $50US (11), brown and yellow, with coupons, mostly VF and better (11) (£80 - £100)

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Cuba: Ferro-Carril de Guantanamo, 100 peso share, 1877, capital $400,000, steam train at top, black, red DUPLICADO in centre, stamped cancelled, ink has burned through the paper in several places, brittle paper, VF but fragile. (£20 - £30)

Bonds and Shares (lots 1 - 6) 1)

A group of 42 bonds and share certificates mainly from Brazil, Mexico, Russia, U.S.A. and Colonial Africa. Noted are Brazil Railway, 1910 and 1911; National Railways of Mexico; Russian Public Loan, 1917 (2 – used as currency), Forestiere Franco-Australienne, 1921; Soc. Coloniale Agricole et Miniere SCAM, 1938 and Soc. Generale des Comptoirs Franco-Africains, 1925, some modern, mostly VF and better (42) (£60 - £80)

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China: 1913 5% Reorganisation Gold Loan, a group of 10 bonds for £100, issued by HSBC, Mercury at top, blue, with coupons, mixed condition, F-VF (10) (£600 - £800)

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China: 1913 5% Reorganisation Gold Loan, a group of 10 bonds for £100, issued by HSBC, Mercury at top, blue, with coupons, mixed condition, F-VF (10) (£600 - £800)

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China: 1913 5% Reorganisation Gold Loan, a group of 3 bonds for £20, issued by Banque de L’Indo-Chine and 3 bonds for £100, issued by HSBC, brown and blue respectively, with coupons, mixed condition, fair to about VF (6) (£200 - £300)

English Banknotes (lots 7-117) 7)

One Pound Bradbury (2) T11.2 issued 1914, a consecutively numbered pair series D1/82 42991 & D1/82 42992, KGV at top left, 3 vertical folds, original EF very scarce as a pair (£300 - £700)

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One Pound Bradbury (2) T11.2 issued 1914, a consecutively numbered pair series H1/37 68894 & H1/37 68895, KGV at top left, original good EF to about UNC, very scarce as a pair (£400 - £1,000)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T24 issued 1919, a consecutively numbered pair series N/26 568263 & N/26 568264, portrait KGV at right, light toning, original EF scarce as a pair (£100 - £200)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T24 issued 1919, a consecutively numbered pair series W/10 834095 & W/10 834096, portrait KGV at right, pressed EF but look better, scarce as a pair (£60 - £120)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair of first series notes A1/21 363317 & A1/21 363318, portrait KGV at right, pressed EF with light toning, look better, scarce as a pair (£70 - £120)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series B1/56 938641 & B1/56 938642, portrait KGV at right, cleaned & pressed about EF look better, scarce as a pair (£50 - £100)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series D1/94 250868 & D1/94 250869, portrait KGV at right, generally EF with 2 vertical folds but also have a number of horizontal brown glue lines on the back from storage in an album, scarce as a pair (£40 - £100)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series F1/99 293017 & F1/99 293018, portrait KGV at right, staple holes at bottom left, original about EF, scarce as a pair (£70 - £150)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series G1/28 807484 & G1/28 807485, portrait KGV at right, original good EF, scarce as a pair (£100 - £180)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series H1/18 156188 & H1/18 156189, portrait KGV at right, cleaned & pressed good VF look better, scarce as a pair (£50 - £100)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series J1/97 008666 & J1/97 008667, portrait KGV at right, pressed EF look better, scarce as a pair (£60 - £120)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T32 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series L1/4 271442 & L1/4 271443, scarcer square dot, portrait KGV at right, light toning to border, edge and corner wear, good VF, scarce as a pair (£100 - £200)

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One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T34 issued 1927, a consecutively numbered pair series W1/39 465758 & W1/39 465759, portrait KGV at right, Northern Ireland Issue, original good EF, scarce as a pair (£120 - £240)

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Ten shillings Bradbury T15 forgery of Dardanelles Arabic overprint, Cancelled with “Army Pay Office 2 Sept. 1918 Gibraltar” on reverse, possibly contemporary, about VF (£40 - £60)

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One pound QE2 portrait notes (32) consecutively numbered runs of O’Brien, Hollom, Fforde and Page signature types, mostly GEF to UNC, along with a further group One Pound (16) O’Brien (4), Hollom (2), Page (10), Ten Shillings Hollom (3) in mixed higher grades with some consecutives, along with a further group One Pound (5) of minor miscuts, ink fades and an interesting serial number, these in mixed grades (£175 - £225)

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Twenty Pounds Lowther 50th Coronation issue series QC50 000222, this comes from the C174 presentation pack, missing both the packaging and coin, small flick at top, about UNC to UNC (£65 - £85)

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One Pound Henry Hase FORGERY B201b for type, dated 22nd September 1819, series No. 71752, good contemporary forgery, limp with holes tears and small pieces missing, Fair (£180 - £250)

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Five Pounds Nairne B208b scarcer early date 24th June 1913, series 65/A 40422, small inked signature on back, 3 ink stamps, about VF to VF (£400 - £600)

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Five Pounds Harvey B209a dated 19th February 1925, series 078/E 33987, London issue, pinhole, good VF to about EF (£400 - £500)

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Five Pounds Catterns B228 dated 9th February 1932, series 157/J 68794, London issue, staple holes one set with rust marks, pressed VF looks better (£400 - £50)

Ten Pounds Harvey B209b dated 19th May 1920, series 84/K 59937, London issue, pressed good VF looks better (£500 - £600)

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Ten Pounds Catterns B229 dated 18th April 1932, series K/105 78247, London issue, 2 sets of staple holes, EF (£500 - £700)

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Ten Pounds Catterns B229 dated 18th July 1932, series K/110 72298, London issue, small light mark at right, EF (£500 - £700)

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Ten Shillings Peppiatt B236 issued 1934 series 46T 834118, EF (£50 - £70)

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One Pound Catterns (10) B225 issued 1930, 5 consecutively numbered pairs, prefixes M62, O16, S31 & W61, all good EF and K05, VF (£150 - £200)

One Pound Peppiatt (12) B238 issued 1934, 6 consecutively numbered pairs including a last series pair, prefixes 95E, 96H, 51K, 57M, 19U & 84Z, unthreaded issue, EF to good EF (£120 - £240)

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One Pound Catterns (2) B225 issued 1930, a consecutively numbered last series pair Z66 488841 & Z66 488842, good EF (£60 - £100)

One Pound Peppiatt (8) B238 issued 1934, 4 consecutively numbered pairs, prefixes 87R, 79T, 02X & 47Y, unthreaded issue, all about UNC to UNC (£120 - £240)

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One Pound Catterns (2) B225 issued 1930, a consecutively numbered pair R75 134373 & R75 134374, Uncirculated (£60 - £120)

One Pound Peppiatt (2) B239 issued 1934, a consecutively numbered last series pair L20A 927247 & L20A 927248, unthreaded issue, about UNC to UNC (£30 - £50)

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One Pound Peppiatt (3) B239 issued 1934, a consecutively numbered last series run L14A 809074 to L14A 809076, unthreaded issue, about UNC to UNC (£40 - £70)

One Pound Mahon (2) B212 issued 1928, a consecutively numbered first series pair A25 436523 & A25 436524, original about UNC to UNC, scarce consecutive pair (£150 - £280)

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One Pound Mahon (2) B212 issued 1928, a consecutively numbered pair C99 914540 & C99 914541, original good VF, scarce consecutive pair (£70 - £120)

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One Pound Mahon (2) B212 issued 1928, a consecutively numbered pair F87 415089 & F87 415090, original about UNC, scarce consecutive pair (£120 - £180)

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One Pound Mahon (2) B212 issued 1928, a consecutively numbered pair G93 014382 & G93 014383, light surface dirt on front, original good EF to about UNC, scarce consecutive pair (£110 - £180)

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Catterns (5) Ten Shillings (2) B223 issued 1930 series O51 920087 & N28 335068, One Pound (3) B225 issued 1930 series U66 443375, U27 560618 & U18 920498, plus world notes (3) Spain, Netherlands & Belgium, mixed grades, and USA Kennedy Half Dollar coin (£40 - £80)

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Ten Pounds Harvey B209b dated 16th November 1918, series 54K/ 79444, London issue, pressed good EF looks about UNC (£700 - £800)

One Pound Catterns (2) B225 issued 1930, a consecutively numbered pair T61 665910 & T665911, Uncirculated (£60

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One Pound Peppiatt (4) B239 issued 1934, 2 consecutively numbered pairs D90A 927930 & D90A 927931, J95A 339851 & J95A 339852 unthreaded issue, about UNC & good EF (£30 - £60)

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Ten Pounds Peppiatt B242 dated 16th August 1935, series K/152 91365, London issue, pressed good VF (£350 £450)

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Ten Pounds Peppiatt B242 dated 17th December 1935, series K/160 53221, London issue, holes with rust at left otherwise generally about EF (£175 - £250)

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Ten Pounds Peppiatt B242 dated 17th January 1935, series K/142 79654, London issue, small holes/splits, Fine (£100 - £150)

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Ten Pounds Peppiatt B242 dated 19th January 1938, series K/199 69565, London issue, small inked numbers & light surface dirt, pressed good VF (£300 - £400)

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One Hundred Pounds Peppiatt B245e dated 29th September 1936, series 96/Y 22265, Liverpool branch issue, small faded inked number on back, good EF (£1,300 - £1,500)

One Pound Peppiatt (4) B249 blue emergency issue 1940, 2 consecutively numbered pairs, series C92H 911852 & C92H 911852, W73H 869314 & W73H 869315, wartime issue, almost UNC to UNC (£40 - £70) One Pound Peppiatt (6) B249 blue emergency issue 1940, 3 consecutively numbered pairs, prefixes L02E, O27E and U35E, wartime issue, almost UNC (£60 - £100)

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One Pound Peppiatt (6) B249 blue emergency issue 1940, 3 consecutively numbered pairs, prefixes U92D, Y44D and Z17D, wartime issue, almost UNC (£60 - £100)

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One Pound Peppiatt B249 (24) blue emergency issue 1940, 3 consecutive numbered sets, D63D 214966 to D63D 214974 (9), E78D 110433 to E78D 110445 (13) and E37D 409031 to E37D 409031 (2), wartime issue, light denting, almost UNC (£320 - £480)

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One Pound (4), Ten Shillings (2) Peppiatt to Page all first/last or replacements, includes Peppiatt blue B250 replacement S04H in mixed grades to EF (£100 - £120)

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One Pound Peppiatt B250 blue emergency wartime issue 1940, replacement series S08H 804774, Pick367r, good EF to about UNC, scarce in high grade (£280 - £350)

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Ten Shillings Peppiatt B251 (10) mauve emergency wartime issue 1940, mixed grades (£80 - £150)

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Ten Shillings Peppiatt B251 (9) mauve emergency issue 1940, 2 consecutive numbered sets, X64D 859426 to X64D 859431 (6) and Y03D 233566 to Y03D 233568 (3), wartime issue, light denting, good EF to almost UNC (£280 - £420)

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Ten Shillings Peppiatt B252 mauve emergency wartime issue 1940, replacement series T03D 384463, Pick366r, a tiny pinhole, Fine and scarce (£150 - £200)

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Five Pounds Peppiatt B255 dated 14th March 1945, series H66 074562, thicker paper, UNC (£175 - £250)

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One Pound Peppiatt (2) B258 issued 1948, a consecutively numbered pair R97A 890278 & R97A 890279, unthreaded post-war issue, good EF (£30 - £60)

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One Pound Peppiatt (22) B260 issued 1948, 11 consecutively numbered pairs, including first and last series, with security thread, EF to Uncirculated (£150 £250)

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One Pound Peppiatt (6) first series B258 (5) , B260 (1) all S--A prefixes Fine to VF (£40 - £60)

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Ten Shillings (59) Series A Britannia (7) Series C portrait (52), Beale, O’Brien, Hollom & Fforde, first series and replacement seen, mixed grades (£30 - £60)

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One Pound (103) Beale (6), O Brien (12), Hollom (8), Fforde (13), Page (33), Somerset (31), first run, consecutive and replacement seen, mixed grades (£100 - £150)

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One Pound (11), Beale (1) B268 series T04C 442790 good EF, Hollom (1) B293 replacement series M25N 258086 pressed aVF, Page (8) B322 including some consecutive numbered runs, about Uncirculated, Page (1) B339 series 38U 653850, UNC (£50 - £70)

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One Pound Beale (14) B268 issued 1950, 7 consecutively numbered pairs prefixes A22C, B67C, C50C, J52C, L73C, U26C & W71C, good EF to almost UNC (£80 - £140)

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One Pound Beale (7) B268 issued 1950, a consecutively numbered run of 3, series X63C 780200 to X63C 780202, also 2 pairs of consecutively numbered notes A58J 711290 & A58J 711291, L02J 594221 & L02J 594222, good EF to almost UNC (£40 - £80)

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One Pound Beale (8) B268 issued 1950, 4 consecutively numbered pairs prefixes K06B, U07B, W96B & Z08B, almost UNC (£50 - £90)

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One Pound Beale (2) B269 issued 1950, consecutively numbered pair of Replacement notes, series S61S 610577 & S61S 610578, very light centre fold, good EF to about UNC, scarce as a consecutive pair (£40 - £100)

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Five Pounds O’Brien B280 (4) Helmeted Britannia at right, Lion & Key reverse issued 1961, consecutive numbered First Series notes H73 120205 to H73 120208, light signs of handling, almost UNC (£120 - £200)

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Five Pounds O’Brien B280 (5) Helmeted Britannia at right, Lion & Key reverse, issued 1961, Inc. first series (2), EF to about UNC (£120 - £200)

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One pound Hollom B288 (27) issued 1963, a consecutively numbered run series H95W 709259 - 709284 (26), plus one other, gEF to about UNC (£30 - £60)

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Five Pounds FForde B315 issued 1967, rare first run replacement series 01M 904105, Pick375br, 2 pinholes and small tear to top approx. 10mm, Fine (£120 - £180)

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Five Pounds (2) Beale B270 dated 16th July 1952 series Y34 060250, ink on back, edge nick and pinhole, Fine & O’Brien B276 dated 26th July 1956 series D51A 094400, VF (£100 - £150)

Bank of England group (79), Ten Pounds (5), Five Pounds (27), One Pound (26), Ten Shillings (21), Beale to Somerset, replacement and first run noted, also a few consecutive, mixed grades (£280 - £400)

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Five Pounds Beale B270 dated 28th April 1952, series X65 092346, Uncirculated (£150 - £250)

Five Pounds Page issued 1971 scarce first run A01 889187, EF (£50 - £80)

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Five Pounds Beale B270 dated 30th June 1952, series Y20 052946, about UNC (£150 - £200)

Five Pounds Page B334 (9) issued 1973, a consecutively numbered first series run 67A 672522 to 67A 672530, ‘L’ on reverse, EF (£70 - £100)

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Bank of England (31), 5 Pounds Gill (2) B357 a consecutively numbered pair series C11 801566 & C11 801567 about UNC, 1 Pound O’Brien (10) B273, 1 Pound Beale B268, 1 Pound Page (5) B322, 1 Pound Page (6) B337 & B339, 1 Pound Somerset (5) B341, 10 Shillings Hollom B295 & Fforde B310, mixed grades (£50 - £80)

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One Pound Page B338 issued 1978, scarce replacement series M01 667969, (M01 is the only prefix known for this type), Pick377ar, VF (£70 - £100)

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Fifty Pounds Somerset (2) B352 issued 1981, First Run notes A01 089348 about UNC and A01 563660 good EF (£150 - £200)

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Fifty pounds Somerset B352 issued 1981 series B42 942208, Christopher Wren on reverse, Pick381a, pressed GEF (£50 - £60)

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Ten Pounds Gill (10) B354 issued 1988, a consecutively numbered run series HX28 045472 to HX28 045481, good EF to about UNC (£150 - £200)

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Ten Pounds Gill (2) B354 issued 1988, a consecutively numbered pair with ‘01’ prefix EW01 733554 & EW01 733555, about Uncirculated to Uncirculated (£50 - £70)

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Fifty Pounds Gill B356 issued 1998 series D59 404820, about Uncirculated (£100 - £150)

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Twenty Pounds Gill (5) B358 issued 1991, a consecutively numbered run ‘A’ prefix & nice numbers A44 410001 to A44 410005, about Uncirculated (£200 - £350)

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Ten Pounds Kentfield (10) B360 issued 1991, a consecutively numbered first series run KN58 253911 to KN58 253920, about UNC to UNC (£300 - £500)

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Twenty Pounds Lowther (3) B386, 2000 millennium year prefix all with low numbers YR20 000114, YR20 000162 & YR20 000675, about UNC to UNC (from the Debden C151 Millennium Year Prefix set) (£100 - £150)

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Twenty pounds Lowther B386, 50th Coronation issue low number series QC50 000201, about UNC to UNC (from the Debden C174 coronation 50th anniversary prefix set) (£40 - £60)

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Twenty pounds Lowther B386, HM the Queen’s Golden

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One Pound O’Brien (22) B273 issued 1955, 11 consecutively numbered pairs, B73K, C70K, D71K, E38K, R55K, Y71K, Z69K, L90J, S68J & Z08J, good EF to about UNC (£110 - £180)

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One Pound O’Brien (6) B273 issued 1955, a consecutively numbered run series O53J 118200 to O53J 118205, Uncirculated (£30 - £60)

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One Pound O’Brien (8) B273 issued 1955, a consecutively numbered run of 4, series H08L 915426 to H08L 915429, also 2 consecutively numbered pairs, A57L 222436 & A57L 222437, E04L 311509 & E04L 311510,about UNC to UNC (£40 - £80)

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One Pound O’Brien (2) B274 issued 1955, consecutively numbered pair of Replacement notes, series S89S 463527 & S89S 463528, light brown edge stains to one, good VF, scarce as a consecutive pair (£30 - £50)

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Five Pounds O’Brien B276 dated 11th August 1956, series D65A 097377, about UNC (£150 - £200)

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Five Pounds O’Brien B277 Helmeted Britannia at right, Lion & Key reverse, issued 1957, last series E05 413373, EF to EF+ (£30 - £50)

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GB (15) Five Pounds (12) O’Brien B277 Helmeted Britannia at right, Lion & Key reverse, issued 1957, including ‘A’ prefix (8), plus other GB (3), One Pound (2) O’Brien B273 pair of consecutive notes issued 1955 and Peppiatt 10 Shillings B262 issued 1948, mixed grades generally VF, a few with ink annotations (£250 - £350)

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Jubilee issue low number series ER50 000178, UNC (from the Debden C167 golden jubilee prefix set) (£40 - £60) 100)

Five Pounds Cleland (3) B414 different prefix numbers but they all have same serial number, nice almost solid numbers, AK02 353333, AK13 353333 & AK18 353333, polymer plastic, Churchill on reverse, UNC (came from the Bank of England on 1st day of issue) (£40 - £60)

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Bank of England Debden sets (4) 5 Pounds Kentfield, C123 HM the Queen’s golden wedding anniversary issued 1997, limited edition, £5 banknote HM50 002376 (B364 for type) & £5 Crown, C130 Prince of Wales 50th birthday issued 1998, limited edition, £5 banknote PW50 000023 (B364 for type) with £5 Crown, C119 HM the Queen’s 70th birthday issued 1996, limited edition, £5 banknote HM70 001158 (B364 for type) with £5 Crown, C139 year prefix limited edition, £5 banknote YR19 990572 (B364 for type) with £5 crown, UNC (£100 - £150)

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Bank of England Debden set C150, Lowther 10 Pounds (B382 for type) issued 2000, millennium year prefix YR20 000321, limited edition only 1500 issued, in cardboard pack with certificate of authenticity, UNC (£25 - £50) Bank of England Debden sets (3) 5 Pounds, C163 HM the Queen’s golden jubilee issued June 2002, limited edition, Lowther £5 banknote QE50 000700 (B380 for type) £5 Crown and 1st & 2nd class stamps, Philatelic/ Numismatic cover, C172 coronation 50th anniversary issued 2003, limited edition, Lowther £5 banknote QC50 000256 (B395 for type), £5 Crown and stamp, Philatelic/ Numismatic cover, C119 HM the Queen’s 70th birthday issued 1996, limited edition, Kentfield £5 banknote HM70 002285 (B364 for type) with £5 Crown, UNC (£60 - £80) Bank of England Debden sets (3) Lowther 5 Pounds, C163 HM the Queen’s golden jubilee issued June 2002, limited edition, £5 banknote QE50 008092 (B380 for type) £5 Crown and 1st & 2nd class stamps, Philatelic/Numismatic cover, C152 HM the Queen Mother’s 100th birthday issued 2000, limited edition, £5 banknote QM10 004077 (B380 for type) £5 Crown and stamp, Philatelic/Numismatic cover, C171 coronation 50th anniversary issued 2003, limited edition, £5 banknote QC03 001304 (B395 for type), £5 Crown and stamp, Philatelic/Numismatic cover, UNC (£60 - £80) ERROR One Pound O’Brien B281 issued 1960, series Y38 478593, offset partially printed front on back, good VF (£75 - £100) ERROR Five Pounds Page B324 issued 1971, no serial number, scarce error, Fine (£70 - £150) ERROR Five Pounds Lowther B395 issued 2002, series HE21 969085, design misplaced horizontally, good VF (£25 - £50) ERROR Ten Pounds (2) Salmon B408 issued 2012, a consecutive numbered pair LB10 119478 & LB10 119479, both missing last 4 digits from top left serial number, UNC (£40 - £100)

109)

ERROR Ten Pounds (2) Cleland B411 issued 2015, a consecutive numbered pair MB65 178838 & MB 178839, both missing last 4 digits from top left serial number, UNC (£40 - £100)

110)

British Provincial issues (5) Newcastle Joint Stock £5 1840, Wisbech & Lincolnshire Bank £5 and £10, Stamford,

Spalding & Boston £5 1906 & £10 1903, last four notes all cut cancelled, Fine (£50 - £70) 111)

Huddersfield Bank One guinea, dated 1808 for Perfect, Seaton, Brook + Co (‘Perfect’ crossed out), outing 1001 for Type (unlisted variety), has paper stuck on back in places, very good and rare (£25 - £100)

112)

Huddersfield Commercial Bank One Guinea dated 1811, No. 849 for Benjamin & Joshua Ingham & Co., Outing1004a, bankruptcy stamp on back, good fine to about VF (£75 - £100)

113)

Huddersfield Commercial Bank One Guinea dated 1813, No. H26 for Benjamin & Joshua Ingham & Co., Outing1004a, central pinhole & edge wear, about Fine (£50 - £80)

114)

Margate Isle of Thanet Bank 14 day sight note dated 1799 series No.622 for £49-10, signed Francis Cobb & Son, ink cancelled, good Fine (£20 - £25)

115)

Newark Bank One Pound dated 1809, series no. 410, for Pocklington, Dickinson and Company, Outing1488i, holes, splits and edge tears, fragile VG also Canada 1 Dollar dated 1937, Pick58d, about Fine (£20 - £40)

116)

Craven Bank Burnley 10 Pounds unissued remainder for Self & other partners, Outing366a, cow vignette at centre, good EF (£75 - £150)

117)

Fort Montague Bank near Knaresborough (2) Five Halfpence Skit Note for T. Hill dated 1806, a consecutively numbered pair series 27675 & 27676, Outing4008b, Fine and scarce as a consecutive pair (£100 - £200)

World Banknotes (lots 118- 574 ) 118)

A large group of printers essays, proofs and designs plus postal order specimens, vignettes of Queen Elizabeth 2, King Faisal, Simon Bolivar, President Masire & others, Thomas de la Rue colour trials and test prints, many partial reverse designs including Clydesdale Bank 50 pounds, Guernsey 5 pounds and many other very detailed designs, also artists hand drawn front and reverse designs of Sudan 100 Pounds, Pick44 for type, 4 specimen Sudan postal orders, a very attractive interesting and rare lot (£500 £1,000)

119)

Africa accumulation (42) includes Tunisia, Swaziland specimens, South Africa, Cameroun, Congo and others, mixed grades (£100 - £200)

120)

Algeria (34) a nice assortment including 100 Francs 1933 Pick81b, 50 Francs 1940 (2) Pick84, 5 Francs 1941 (8) Pick77, some duplication, in mixed grades (£40 - £60)

121)

Algeria 1 Beer for use in Maison du Colon, Oran during WW2, serial number 159193, small edge nicks and pair of staple holes to left, generally good VF, scarce piece of military history (£40 - £80)

122)

Australia (4) 50 Dollars issued 1999 series DG99161153 Pick54b, 20 Dollars issued 2002 series BH02285138 Pick59a, 10 Dollars issued 2002 series BF02213046 Pick58a, 5 Dollars issued 2002 series CE02601667 Pick57a, set of polymer notes, Uncirculated (£50 - £70)

123)

Australia (9) 1 Dollar (2), 2 Dollars (2), 5 Dollars (3), 10 Dollars & 20 Dollars, including commemorative issues and polymer notes, all Uncirculated or about (£80 - £120)

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124)

Australia 1 Pound issued 1933 - 1938 series N/36 795552, Pick22, KGV at right, signed Riddle & Sheehan, good EF (£280 - £350)

125)

Australia 1 Pound issued 1938 series O/50 702068, Pick26a, KGVI at right, signed Sheehan & McFarlane, scarce green signatures, about EF (£100 - £150)

126)

Australia 1 Pound issued 1952 series X/54 255246, Pick26d, KGVI at right, signed Coombs & Wilson, good EF (£80 - £120)

127)

Australia 1 Pound issued 1961 - 1965 series HK/22 881428, Pick34a, QEII at right, signed Coombs & Wilson, about UNC to UNC (£80 - £120)

128)

Australia 1/2 Sovereign issued 1927 series A/95 343084, Pick15c, KGV at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, Fine and scarce (£400 - £500)

129)

Australia 10 Dollars (5) Commemorative issue 1988, all series prefix ‘AA’, polymer plastic, in folders and envelopes, Pick49a, UNC (£90 - £120)

130)

Australia 10 Pounds Commonwealth of Australia Coombs and Wilson 1960 -1965 issue Pick 36s SPECIMEN serial number WA/00 000034 SPECIMEN in red letters across both sides PCGS graded Very Fine 35 apparent repairs and in their sealed holder, rare and seldom offered in any grade, and with good eye appeal looks EF (£5,000 £7,000)

131)

Australia 10 Pounds issued 1954 - 1959 series WA/26 468326, Pick32a, portrait Gov. Arthur Phillip at left, signed Coombs & Wilson, VF (£100 - £150)

132)

Australia 10 Shillings issued 1933 series C/18 073454, Pick19, KGV at right, signed Riddle & Sheehan, good Fine (£350 - £450)

133)

Australia 10 Shillings issued 1939 series F/23 489080, Pick25a, KGVI at right, signed Sheehan & McFarlane, orange signature, EF (£180 - £250)

134)

Australia 10 Shillings issued 1961 - 1965 series AH/16 615371, Pick33a, portrait Mathew Flinders at right, signed Coombs & Wilson, Uncirculated (£100 - £150)

135)

Australia 20 Dollars issued 1985 series EXL 900197, Pick46e, signed Johnston & Fraser, Uncirculated (£60 £100)

136)

Australia 5 Pounds issued 1941 series R/37 795856, Pick27b, KGVI at left, signed Armitage & McFarlane, pressed good Fine, edge nick to bottom border (£50 - £80)

137)

Australia 5 Pounds issued 1960 - 1965 series TC/19 822655, Pick35a, portrait Sir John Franklin at right, signed Coombs & Wilson, good EF to about UNC (£100 - £150)

138)

Australia 50 Dollars issued 1991 series WLJ 176827, Pick47h, signed Fraser & Cole, good EF to about Uncirculated (£45 - £70)

139)

Australia Commonwealth Bank 1 Pound issued 1927 serial number J/14 430957, portrait KGV at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, Trimmed, good Fine (£150 - £250)

140)

Australia Commonwealth Bank 1 Pound issued 1953, very scarce first series note HA/00 237822, portrait QEII at right, signed Coombs & Wilson, very small rust spots, VF to good VF (£250 - £400)

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series B/G 636767, Pick2b, portrait KGVI at right, Fine (£50 - £80) 154)

Belgian Congo 5 francs dated 1 - 10 - 1952 series A282242, Pick13B, good VF (£60 - £100)

155)

Belgium (3) National Bank 500 Francs issued 1982 - 1998, a consecutively numbered run series 41807669434 to 41807669436, Pick143a, portrait Constantine Meunier at left centre, Uncirculated (£80 - £150)

156)

Belgium National Bank (4) 200 Francs issued 1995 Pick148, 500 Francs issued 1998 Pick149, 1000 Francs issued 1997 Pick150 & 2000 Francs issued 1994 Pick151, the 2000 francs is a good EF, the other 3 notes Uncirculated (£200 - £300)

157)

Belgium National Bank 100 Francs dated 21 - 9 - 1913 series 467.H.677, Pick71, edge nick to top border, a few tiny pinholes, about VF (£50 - £80)

158)

Belize (2) 1 Dollar dated 1st June 1975, a consecutively numbered pair series A/1 567825 & A/1 567826, Pick33b, portrait QEII at right, Uncirculated (£100 - £150)

159)

Bahamas Central Bank 100 Dollars issued 2009 series C171841, Pick76a, portrait QEII at right, signed W. Craigg, Uncirculated (£150 - £250)

Belize 1 Dollar dated 1 - 1 - 1976 series A/1 951533, Pick33c, portrait QEII at right, in PCGS holder graded 65 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£120 - £150)

160)

Bahamas Central Bank 5 Dollars issued 1984 (law 1974) series F491078, Pick45b, portrait QEII at right, signed James H. Smith, Uncirculated (£70 - £100)

Belize 2 Dollars dated 1 - 1 - 1974 series B/1 015024, Pick34a, portrait QEII at right, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£140 - £180)

161)

Belize Central Bank (10) 2 Dollars dated 1st June 1991, a consecutively numbered run series AC270811 to AC270820, Pick52a, portrait QEII at centre right, Uncirculated (£70 - £100)

162)

Belize Central Bank (3) 20 Dollars series AB965932 Pick55, 10 Dollars series AA119571 Pick54a, 5 Dollars series AA024059 Pick53a, dated 1st May 1990, portrait QEII at centre right, all Uncirculated (£160 - £200)

163)

Belize Central Bank 100 Dollars dated 1st June 1997 series CB127905, Pick65, portrait QEII at centre right, Uncirculated (£180 - £220)

164)

Belize Central Bank 20 Dollars dated 1st January 1987 series T/7 375161, Pick49b, portrait QEII at centre right, Uncirculated (£170 - £220)

165)

Belize Monetary Authority 5 Dollars dated 1st June 1980 series J/3 901035, Pick39a, portrait QEII at centre right, Uncirculated (£60 - £90)

166)

Bermuda Government 1 Pound dated 1st October 1966 series T/2 157330, Pick20d, portrait QEII at right, small brown mark on back, good EF (£70 - £120)

167)

Bermuda Government 10 Shillings dated 1st May 1957 series T/1 717877, Pick19b, portrait QEII at centre, EF (£80 - £150)

168)

Bermuda Government 5 Shillings dated 12th May 1937 series W/1 448437, Pick8b, portrait KGVI at centre, VF (£50 - £80)

169)

Bermuda Monetary Authority 20 Dollars dated 17th January 1997 low serial number C/1 000218, commemorative issue ‘opening of Burnaby House’, Pick47, QEII portrait at right, Uncirculated (£180 - £240)

141)

Austria (10) 10 Schilling dated 29th May 1945, including a consecutive pair, Pick114, UNC or about UNC (£80 - £140)

142)

Austria (2) 1 Gulden dated 1858, PickA84, 1 Gulden dated 1866, some dirt, PickA150, tiny pinholes, Fine (£50 - £80)

143)

Austria (6) 1 Heller, 2 Heller, 1 Krone, 2 Kronen, 5 Kronen & 10 Kronen, prisoner of war camp money, Katzenau bei Linz camp, world war one, Uncirculated & about UNC (£50 - £80)

144)

Bahamas (3) 4 shillings KGVI issued 1936 Pick9e pressed GVF foxing spots, QE2 issues 1953, 4 shillings Pick13c cleaned & pressed Fine and 10 shillings Pick14b good Fine (£85 - £125)

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147)

Bahamas Government 10 Dollars issued 1965 first prefix series A452908, Pick22a, portrait QEII at left, 2 signatures variety, good Fine (£150 - £250)

148)

Bahamas Government 20 Dollars issued 1965 first prefix series A472090, Pick23a, portrait QEII at left, 2 signatures variety, edge nick and two tiny spots to bottom border, good Fine and scarce (£300 - £400)

149)

Bahamas Government 3 Dollars issued 1965 first prefix series A173115, Pick19a, portrait QEII at left, 2 signatures variety, about Uncirculated (£50 - £80)

150)

Bahamas Government 4 Shillings issued 1953 series A/5 684998, Pick13c, portrait QEII at right, good VF (£50 - £80)

151)

Bahamas Monetary Authority 3 Dollars issued 1968 series B420946, Pick28a, portrait QEII at left, Uncirculated (£60 - £100)

152)

Bahrain (7) a matching serial number set of Specimen notes 100 Fils 1/4 Dinar, 1/2 Dinar, 1 Dinar, 5 Dinars, 10 Dinars and 20 Dinars from the ‘Specimen Banknotes from around the World’ set with Maltese Cross prefix, PickCS1, UNC (£160 - £220)

153)

Barbados Government 1 Dollar dated 1st September 1939

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170)

Bermuda Monetary Authority 20 Dollars dated 1st March 1976 series A/1 617309, Pick31b, QEII portrait at right, signature 2, about Uncirculated (£170 - £220)

184)

Canada Bank of Clifton 1 Dollar dated 1859 serial No. 4349, Province of Canada, steam train on suspension bridge at top centre, VF (£150 - £200)

171)

Bermuda Monetary Authority 50 Dollars dated 12th October 1992 low serial number C/C 000343, commemorative issue ‘Christopher Columbus Quincentenary’, Pick40, QEII portrait at right, Uncirculated (£110 - £180)

185)

Canada, Dominion of Canada (5) 25 cents 1923 (2) Pick10a VF to GVF, $1 1911 Pick27a cleaned Fine, $1 1917 Pick32c pressed good Fine and $2 1923 black seal Pick34f cleaned & pressed Fine+ (£220 - £260)

172)

Bermuda Monetary Authority 50 Dollars dated 20th February 1989, low serial number B/1 000330, Pick38, QEII portrait at right, Uncirculated (£180 - £250)

186)

173)

Biafra 10 Pounds issued 1968 - 1969 series ZA0291416, Pick7a, scarcer issue with serial number, good EF (£40 £70)

Cape Verde SPECIMEN (3), 2000 Escudos dated 1999 series JA000000 No.458, 2 punched holes Pick66s, 500 Escudos dated 2007 series AA000000 No.9, Pick69s, 200 Escudos dated 2005 series GT000000 No.251, 2 punched holes Pick68s, all Uncirculated (£60 - £100)

187)

Cayman Islands Currency Board (2) 10 Dollars dated 1991, a consecutively low numbered pair B/1 000709 & B/1 000710, Pick13a, portrait QEII at right, Uncirculated (£120 - £180)

188)

Ceylon Central Bank 1 Rupee dated 20th January 1951 series A/17 57483, Pick47, portrait KGVI at left, good EF (£30 - £50)

174)

Bohemia & Moravia (5) 1 Koruna issued 1939 Pick1, 1 Koruna issued 1940 Pick3, 5 Korun issued 1940 Pick4, 10 Korun dated 1942 Pick8 & 500 Korun dated 1942 perforated SPECIMEN Pick12s, the 5 & 10 Korun good EF to aUNC, the remainder Uncirculated (£80 - £120)

175)

Brazil 200 cruzeiros star replacements (5) issued 1981-84, a consecutively numbered run, Pick199r, UNC (£15 - £30)

189)

176)

British Caribbean Territories 1 Dollar dated 28th November 1950 series A/1 956385, Pick1, KGVI portrait at right, nice original VF (£80 - £120)

China & Korea group (63), including 10 won 1953, 2 Yuan 1960, foreign exchange certificates, some duplication, in mixed grades (£200 - £250)

190)

British Caribbean Territories 1 Dollar dated 2nd January 1962 series C4-180583, Pick7c, QEII portrait at right, Uncirculated or about, small dent in the paper (£100 £140)

China (10) 1 Jiao (2) 1962, 2 Jiao (2) 1962, 5 Jiao (2) 1972, 1 Yuan (2) 1960, 4 sets of consecutively numbered notes, plus 5 Yuan dated 1960 & 10 Yuan dated 1965, all good EF to UNC (£100 - £150)

191)

China (10) 5 Yen issued 1938, Pick M25a, WWII military issue, Uncirculated or about (£80 - £120)

192)

China (2) 1 Dollar Lee Yick Cheong Bank Waisha-Swatow, unsigned remainder, 1 Dollar The Gwa Swarmwun Yiack Bank, unsigned remainder, Pick NL, private issue notes 1914, Uncirculated (£80 - £120)

193)

China (64) a good assortment most from 1930’s & 1940’s, some duplication, in mixed grades (£100 - £150)

194)

China 2 Yuan dated 1960, Pick875a, watermark large star & 4 small stars, EF (£80 - £100)

195)

China 5 Yuan 1980 issue (32), 2 Yuan (10), 1 Yuan (around 200), Fen 1953 (approximately 100) EF to UNC (£50 £60)

196)

China Bank of Taiwan 1 Yen in Gold, issued 1904, Pick1911, Japanese influence gold note issue, some foxing, pinholes and a tear at left, about Fine (£50 - £80)

197)

Colombia 5 Pesos Oro dated 22nd March 1938 series A 1686538, Pick341, portrait Cordoba to centre, about Uncirculated (£200 - £250)

198)

Confederate and USA 19th century collection on loose sleeves (17, includes USA fractionals (4) 10 cents to 50 cents, Confederate 50 cents to $100 plus assorted broken and obsolete banks, Fine to VF some better, viewing recommended (£240 - £280)

199)

Confederate States of America (4) 100 Dollars dated 1862 Pick44, tiny edge nick, bank interest paid stamps on back, pressed VF, 20 Dollars dated 1861 Pick33, small tear to left, light stains on back, good Fine, 10 Dollars dated 1864 Pick68 10th Series, about VF, 5 Dollars dated 1864 Pick67, light surface dirt and small stains, Fine (£150 - £200)

177)

178)

British Caribbean Territories 5 Dollars dated 1st September 1951 series E/1 404493, Pick3, KGVI portrait at right, original VF (£200 - £280)

179)

British West Africa 20 shillings dated 1955 series E/R 268417, Pick10a, river scene with palm trees, small stain, VF (£80 - £120)

180)

British West Africa Currency Board 10 Shillings very early issue 30th March 1918, series D/8 730582, Pick4b, Arabic script on back, centre split and large tear to right, VG and very rare in any condition (£500 - £800)

181)

Canada 100 Dollars dated 1954 (issued 1955 - 1961) series A/J 7478806, Pick82a, portrait QEII to right, signed Beattie & Coyne, good EF (£140 - £180)

182)

Canada 100 Dollars dated 1988 series BJH0929865, Pick99a, portrait Sir Robert Borden to centre right, signed Thiessen & Crow, Uncirculated (£90 - £140)

183)

Canada Bank of British North America at St. John, New Brunswick, 20 Dollars PROOF note dated 29th April 1872, PickS369, printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. London, mounting marks on back, EF (£200 - £350)

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200)

Confederate States of America 10 Dollars dated February 17th 1864, series 10 No. 14912 plate B, Pick68, ink annotations on back, good Fine (£60 - £80)

201)

Confederate States of America 10 Dollars dated February 17th 1864, series 9 No. 84591 plate G, Pick68, about Uncirculated (£50 - £80)

202)

Confederate States of America 100 Dollars dated 17th February 1864 series 537745, Pick71, portrait Lucy Pickens at centre, 2 pinholes, EF (£60 - £80)

203)

Confederate States of America 50 Dollars dated February 17th 1864, serial No. 5843 plate A, Pick70, small edge nicks, Fine (£20 - £50)

204)

Confederate States of America 500 Dollars dated February 17th 1864 series 15201 Plate C, Pick73, portrait General T. J. ‘Stonewall’ Jackson at right, in PCGS holder graded 35 PPQ Very Fine, Perfect Paper Quality (£320 - £400)

205)

Congo Democratic Republic Central Bank SPECIMEN (2), 5000 Francs dated 2005 series R000000A No.756 Pick102s & 10000 Francs dated 2006 series S000000A Pick103s, Uncirculated (£25 - £40)

206)

Congo Democratic Republic Central Bank SPECIMEN (3), 500 Francs dated 2010 series U000000A No.581 Pick100s, 10000 Francs dated 2013 series S000000B No.124 Pick103s & 20000 Francs dated 2006 series T000000A Pick104s, Uncirculated (£50 - £70)

207)

Congo Democratic Republic Central Bank SPECIMEN (4), 1 Centime, 5 Centimes, 10 Centimes & 50 Centimes dated 1997 all zero series, Pick80, Pick81, Pick82 & Pick84, Uncirculated (£30 - £50)

208)

Congo Democratic Republic Central Bank SPECIMEN (4), 10 Francs dated 2003 series HA000000C No.1504 Pick93s, 20 Francs dated 2003 series JA000000S No.1661 Pick94As, 50 Francs dated 2007 series KB000000H No.4689 Pick97s & 1000 Francs dated 2005 series Q000000A Pick101s, Uncirculated (£30 - £50)

209)

Congo Democratic Republic Central Bank SPECIMEN 1 Franc dated 1 - 11 - 1997 series F000000A No.67 Pick85s, Uncirculated (£25 - £40)

210)

Congo Democratic Republic National Bank 10 Makuta (2) SPECIMEN, dated 1967 series A000000 No.128 inked in top margin, pinholes rust and mounting residue on back, good VF & dated 1970 series A000000, good EF, both Pick9s (£60 - £80)

211)

Cuba (48), 500 Pesos (6), 100 Pesos (6), 50 Pesos (6), 20 Pesos (6), 10 Pesos (6), 5 Pesos (6), 3 Pesos (6), 1 Peso (6), PickFX11 to PickFX18, series C foreign exchange certificates, Uncirculated (£40 - £80)

212)

Cuba National Bank 20 Pesos SPECIMEN dated 1960 series M000000A, Pick80s3, signed Che (Che Guevara),

hole punched cancelled, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£150 - £250) 213)

Cuba National Bank 50 Pesos SPECIMEN dated 1960 series C000000A, Pick81s3, signed Che (Che Guevara), hole punched cancelled, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£150 - £250)

214)

Cyprus 1 Shilling dated 1st May 1942 series C/4 492260, Pick20, portrait KGVI at centre, about VF (£60 - £90)

215)

Cyprus 1 shilling KGVI portrait dated 1st May 1942 series C/4 449371, Pick20, edge nick & surface dirt, Fine (£45 - £65)

216)

Cyprus Central Bank (2) 250 Mils dated 1-12-1980 a consecutively numbered pair series Q/73 139571 & Q/73 139572, Pick41c, Uncirculated (£50 - £80)

217)

Cyprus Central Bank (2) 500 Mils & 1 Pound dated 1973 very low matching serial numbers H/29 000010 & H/64 000010, Pick42b & Pick43b, arms at right, in PCGS holder graded Gem New 66 PPQ & 67 PPQ Superb Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£380 - £450)

218)

Cyprus Central Bank (2) 500 Mils dated 1-9-1979 a

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consecutively numbered pair series M/46 139298 & M/46 139299, Pick42c, last date of issue, almost Uncirculated (£40 - £60) 219)

Cyprus Central Bank (3) 10 Pounds dated 2001 series AM659762, Pick62c EF, 5 Pounds dated 2001 series H887668, Pick61a EF & 1 Pound dated 1998 series AA873358, Pick60b UNC (£45 - £65)

220)

Cyprus Central Bank (4) rare set of PROOF notes without serial numbers or signatures, 5 Pounds, 1 Pound, 500 Mils & 250 Mils, dated 1975, Pick41 - Pick44, ‘approved as submitted’ hand written in border along with a signature, Uncirculated and very rare (£550 - £900)

221)

Cyprus Central Bank (5) 1 Pound dated 1989, a consecutively numbered run series AJ469611 to AJ469615, Pick53, mosaic of nymph Acme at right, Uncirculated or about (£50 - £100)

222)

Cyprus Central Bank (8) 1 Pound dated 1997 (2) series A874391 & A874394, Pick57 & 1 Pound (6) dated 2001 some consecutive serial numbers seen, Pick60c, Uncirculated (£30 - £50)

223)

Cyprus Central Bank 5 Pounds dated 1st September 1969 series D/30 656731, Pick44a, in PCGS holder graded 53 About New (£115 - £200)

224)

Cyprus Central Bank 500 Mils dated 1973 very low serial number H/29 000014, Pick42b, arms at right, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£180 - £250)

225)

Cyprus Central Bank 500 Mils dated 1973 very low serial number H/29 000015, consecutive to previous lot, Pick42b, arms at right, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£180 - £250)

226)

Cyprus Government 1 Pound dated 1st February 1956 series A/17 146531, Pick35a, portrait QEII at right, in PMG holder graded 50 About Uncirculated (£580 - £800)

227)

Cyprus Government 3 Piastres dated 18th June 1943 series A/1 418031, Pick28a, portrait KGVI at centre, Uncirculated to about UNC (£90 - £120)

228)

Cyprus Government 5 Pounds dated 1st February 1956 series A/4 221246, Pick36a, portrait QEII at right, tiny edge nick to bottom border, about VF (£300 - £450)

229)

Cyprus Government 5 Pounds dated 1st June 1955 series A/1 442117, Pick36a, portrait QEII at right, in PMG holder graded 55 About Uncirculated, scarce note (£650 - £900)

230)

Cyprus Republic 5 Pounds dated 1961 series A/2 058506, Pick40a, arms at right, in PCGS holder graded 63 PPQ Choice New, Perfect Paper Quality (£300 - £350)

231)

Czechoslovakia (2) 10 Heller & 20 Heller, concentration camp money, Terezin camp (Theresienstadt), world war one, the 20 Heller has 2 edge tears and a pinhole, EF and Fine, scarce items of WW1 history (£60 - £120)

232)

Czechoslovakia 50 Korun dated 12 - 7 - 1922 series 055 178596, Pick16, pinholes/splits, edge nicks, cleaned and pressed, VG and rare (£60 - £100)

233)

Denmark 50 Kroner 1942 Pick 32d C7900042 Fine with some folds and small spots (£60 - £70)

234)

Djibouti National Bank (3) 10000 Francs issued 1984 Pick39b, 5000 Francs issued 1979 Pick38d, 1000 Francs issued 1991 Pick37d, Uncirculated (£120 - £180)

235)

Dominican Republic 10 Pesos Oro SPECIMEN issued 1964 - 1974 series A000000A, Pick101s2, muestra overprint & 2 punched holes, about UNC to UNC (£50 £80)

236)

Dominican Republic 100 Pesos Oro SPECIMEN issued 1993 series 000000 No.358, Pick144s, especimen/muestra sin valor overprint & 2 punched holes, Uncirculated (£40 £60)

237)

Dominican Republic 1000 Pesos Oro SPECIMEN issued 1981 series A000000A, Pick124s1, especimen overprint & 2 punched holes, about UNC to UNC (£30 - £50)

238)

Dominican Republic 2000 Pesos Oro SPECIMEN issued 2006 series ZA000000 No.581, Pick181s1, especimen/ muestra sin valor overprint & 4 punched holes, about Uncirculated (£40 - £70)

239)

East African Currency Board 100 Shillings issued 1964 series D785036, Pick48, sailboat at left centre, good VF (£120 - £150)

240)

East African Currency Board 20 Shillings issued 1958 1960 series R7 44365, Pick39a, portrait QEII at top left, VF (£70 - £120)

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241)

East African Currency Board 5 Shillings dated 1st January 1952 series F/38 99652, Pick29b, last date of issue, portrait KGVI at left, VF (£100 - £150)

242)

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank 100 Dollars issued 1986 - 1988 series A136965A Antigua, Pick20a, portrait QEII at centre right, edge nick to bottom border, Fine (£60 - £100)

243)

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank 100 Dollars issued 1988 - 1993 series A254418A Antigua, Pick25a1, portrait QEII at centre right, signature 1, good Fine (£70 - £140)

244)

Eastern Caribbean Currency Authority 20 Dollars issued 1965 series A10 040346, Pick14h, portrait QEII at right, Uncirculated to about UNC (£70 - £100)

245)

Egypt (12) 5 Pounds, 10 Pounds (3), 50 Pounds (4) & 100 Pounds (4) Palestine Liberation Fund notes issued late 1940-50s, all with counterfoil, good EF to UNC (£50 - £100)

246)

Egypt (3) 25 Piastres dated 17th May 1943 signed Nixon, Pick10c, VF, 5 Piastres Law 1940 signed M. Ebeid, Pick165a, EF, 5 Piastres Law 1940 signed K. Sedky, Pick164, about VF (£80 - £120)

247)

Egypt (41) 1 Pound (29) most dated 2008 and some consecutive runs seen, 50 Piastres (6), 10 Piastres (3), 5 Piastres (3) including Pick164 Mosque of Emir Khairbak, mixed grades, many Uncirculated (£70 - £90)

248)

Egypt 10 Piastres Law of 1940 series C 968679, Pick167a, Temple of Philae at centre, signed Makram Ebeid, in PCGS holder graded Choice About New 58 (£190 - £220)

249)

Egypt Central Bank (100) 50 Piastres (50) dated 2004 and 25 Piastres dated 2004, some consecutively numbered runs seen, Pick57 & Pick62, most are Uncirculated (£25 - £50)

250)

Egypt Central Bank £10 dated 1974 (3) a consecutively numbered run, Pick46, about UNC to UNC, Egypt National Bank £10 (2) dated 1958, a consecutively numbered pair, Tutankhamen at right, Pick32, about UNC to UNC (£40 £50)

251)

252)

253)

Egypt Central Bank 1 Pound (33) dated 2002 a consecutively numbered run (31) series 8795670 to 8795700 plus 2 others, Pick50f, signature 20 M. Abou El-Oyoun, UNC (£16 - £30) Egypt Egyptian Government 10 Piastres ND law 1940 series T/4 939971, Pick168a, King Farouk at right, Ismail Sedky signature, in PMG holder graded 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£280 £400)

Egypt Egyptian Government 10 Piastres ND law 1940 series T/4 939972, (consecutive to previous lot), Pick168a,

King Farouk at right, Ismail Sedky signature, in PMG holder graded 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated Exceptional Paper Quality (£280 - £400) 254)

Egypt Egyptian Government 10 Piastres ND law 1940 series T/4 939973, (consecutive to previous lot), Pick168a, King Farouk at right, Ismail Sedky signature, in PMG holder graded 58 EPQ Choice About Uncirculated Exceptional Paper Quality (£280 - £400)

255)

Egypt Egyptian Government 5 Piastres COLOUR TRIAL dated 27 May 1917 series 800149, Pick158, lotus flowers at centre, in PMG holder graded 64 Choice Uncirculated, extremely rare (£1,400 - £2,200)

256)

Egypt National Bank 1 Pound (16) dated 1946 (4), 1948 (3) signed Leith Ross & 1951 (9) signed Saad, Pick25a & Pick25b, portrait King Farouk at right, mixed grades needs viewing (£800 - £1,000)

257)

Egypt National Bank 1 Pound (3), issued 1952 - 1960 a consecutively numbered run series 487691 to 487693, Pick30, portrait Tutankhamen to right, in PCGS holders graded 63 & 64 PPQ Choice New, perfect paper quality (£300 - £400)

258)

Egypt National Bank 50 Piastres dated 17th May 1951 series A/59 820804, Pick21e, portrait Tutankhamen at left, signed Saad, in PMG holder graded 45 EPQ Choice Extremely Fine, exceptional paper quality (£120 - £200)

259)

El Salvador 1 Peso dated 6th February 1913 series A 298942, PickS161b, Fine (£50 - £80)

260)

Europe accumulation (59) includes Malta specimen set, Greece, Denmark, Italy, Sweden and others, mixed grades many Uncirculated (£250 - £350)

261)

Falkland Islands 1 Pound dated 15th June 1982 series G38253, Pick8e, portrait QEII at right, signature H. T. Rowlands, EF to good EF (£50 - £70)

262)

Falkland Islands 1 Pound dated 1st January 1982 series F61341, Pick8d, portrait QEII at right, signature H. T. Rowlands, about EF (£40 - £60)

263)

Fifty pounds Gill B356 issued 1988 series D80 658898, Sir Christopher Wren portrait reverse, trimmed top edge, EF (£60 - £70)

264)

Finland 500 Markkaa dated 1986 (issued 1991) series 7025201170, Litt A, Pick120, about EF (£60 - £100)

265)

France (2) 20 Francs dated 6th July 1874 series T.19 982, Pick61a, small edge tear at top and bottom of centre fold, centre pinhole, small piece missing from corner, good VG to about Fine & 5 Francs dated 1873 series K.3127 105, Pick60, pinholes, edge tears & nicks, foxing damage, VG

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and very scarce pair (£200 - £300)

280)

Germany Federal Republic 100 Deutsche Mark dated 2nd January 1960 series P4528698Y, Pick22, EF (£80 - £100)

281)

Ghana (32) 10 Cedis (8) dated 1978 Pick16f a consecutively numbered run, 10 Cedis (1) dated 1977 Pick16e, 5 Cedis (18) dated 1977 Pick15b two consecutively numbered runs, 2 Cedis (2) dated 1977 a consecutively numbered pair, 1 Cedi (3) dated 1976 including a consecutively numbered pair, Uncirculated or about (£40 - £80)

282)

Ghana (4) SPECIMEN set, 1000 Pounds Pick4s, has been repaired to both top corners & has a small edge nick to left, 5 Pounds Pick3s, has 2 large repairs and small areas of design missing on back, 1 Pound Pick2s, has a repair to bottom corner & 10 Shillings Pick1s, has some large repairs, dated 1st July 1958, all zero serial numbers, needs viewing as all notes have some repairs (£650 - £750)

283)

Ghana 50 Cedis issued 1976 series A018463, Foreign Exchange Voucher introduced in 1976, signed on front and countersigned on back at time of encashment, Pick not listed, Banknote Book BFX102, pinholes and bank stamp/ink on back, good VF to about EF (£80 - £150)

266)

France (2) 5 Francs dated 2 - 3 - 1933, consecutively numbered pair L.53724 278 & L.53724 279, Pick72e, one set of staple holes to left, about Uncirculated, scarce in this grade and more so as a consecutive pair (£50 - £100)

267)

France 1000 francs dated 19 December 1940 series T.1260, Pick96a, GEF with a couple of small spots (£50 - £60)

268)

France 1000 francs dated 19th December 1940 series W.1174 200, Pick96, about EF along with France (11) a good selection including 20 francs 1917 Pick74 edge tear, 50 francs 1923 Pick64g and assorted 100 francs from 1914 to 1942, average Fine to VF but some higher grades also (£190 - £220)

269)

France 1000 Francs dated 29 - 4 - 1943 series Z.5013 937, Pick102, usual ripples in paper, about UNC to UNC (£50 - £80)

270)

France 500 Francs dated 1 - 10 - 1942 series X.6964 389, Pick95b, usual ripples in paper, about UNC to UNC (£50 - £80)

284)

GB and World (17) includes Spain, Brazil, Indonesia, Germany and China, includes some early 20th Century types, in mixed grades (£30 - £50)

Gibraltar 100 Pounds dated 21st August 2015, Replacement note series C250121, Pick new, Polymer with QEII in hologram, Uncirculated (£150 - £200)

285)

Gibraltar SPECIMEN 10 Pounds dated 20th November 1975 Maltese cross prefix, series 010490 Pick22a for type, Uncirculated (£30 - £50)

286)

Greece 10 Drachmai dated 15th July 1926, Pick88a, portrait G. Stavros at centre, scarce good VF (£120 - £180)

287)

Greece 5 Drachmai dated 28th April 1923 second issue, Pick73a, portrait G. Stavros at left, EF (£80 - £120)

GB One Pound Peppiatt blue B249 H85E 798776 UNC, Ten Shillings Peppiatt Mauve H56D 445159 B251 A/UNC, Myanmar 45 Kyats 1987 issue (100) Pick 64, 5 Kyats (300) 1973 issue Pick 57 (200) 1996 issue (100), 1 Kyat (700) 1990 issue Pick 67 (300), 1996 issue (400) Pick 69 mostly in sealed runs of 100 notes UNC some with foxing on the edge, plus Germany an album of largely early 20th Century and hyperinflationary issues (lot), these in mixed grades (£170 - £220)

288)

Greece 500 Drachmai dated 8th August 1955 series A.08 412020, Pick193a, portrait Socrates at centre, EF (£80 £120)

289)

Guernsey (3) 10 Pounds issued 1980 - 1989 series D558830 Pick50b, 5 Pounds issued 1990 - 1995 series G523856 Pick53a, 1 Pound issued 1980 - 1989 series H794775 Pick48b, all signed M J Brown, the £1 about UNC the rest Uncirculated (£100 - £140)

275)

German East Africa 100 Rupien dated 15th June 1905 series No. 18128, Pick4, portrait Kaiser Wilhelm II at centre, pinholes and edge nicks, about Fine (£120 - £200)

290)

Guernsey 1 Pound dated 1st June 1963 series 37C1170, Pick43b, signed Guillemette, small brown mark in border, EF (£70 - £100)

276)

Germany (4) 10 Reichsmark dated 1933, Third Reich conversion fund for German foreign debts, consecutively numbered run series C 0871952 to C 0871955, Pick200, good EF (£40 - £60)

291)

Guernsey 5 Pounds issued 1969 - 1975 series C106175, Pick46c, signature Bull, good EF to about UNC (£60 - £90)

292)

Guernsey 50 Pounds issued 1994 series A076393, Pick59, portrait QEII to right, signed Trestain, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£80 £120)

293)

Guinea (2) 100 Sylis dated 1980 a consecutively numbered pair series AH257576 & AH 257577, Pick26a, Uncirculated (£15 - £25)

294)

Haiti (30) 1 Gourde (20) Law 1919 consecutively numbered run series BL707923 to BL707942, Pick200a, 1 Gourde (10) Law 1979 consecutively numbered run Q218874 to Q218883, Pick230, Uncirculated or about (£40 - £60)

295)

Haiti 2 Gourdes Law 16th April 1827 series D 814653, Pick33, arms in oval at top, inked writing on back, VF

271)

272)

GB and World in an album (103) includes USA, Australia and Hong Kong, in mixed grades (£45 - £75)

273)

GB and World in an album with some high denominations such as Bank of England Fifty Pounds and better types such as White Ten Pounds, earlier US and George VI commonwealth (lot) (£600 - £900)

274)

277)

Germany (75) an assortment including inflation money, most from early 1900’s, some duplication, in mixed grades (£60 - £80)

278)

Germany 2 Mark dated 1 - 3 - 1916 series No. 6673, Kein Offentliches Zahlungsmittle, prisoner of war gefangenlager LINEN note from WW1, stamped cancelled, in PCGS holder graded Very Fine 20, mounting remnants on back (£200 - £300)

279)

Germany Federal Republic (2) 50 Deutsche Mark dated 2nd January 1960 series L7595434D, Pick21, about EF, 50 Deutsche Mark dated 2nd January 1980 series KL9944451Z, Pick33d, good VF (£80 - £100)

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(£60 - £100) 296)

Herm Island Channel Islands 1 Pound dated 1958 series A1219, six pence stamp at right, Uncirculated (£50 - £80)

297)

Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation 100 Dollars dated 31st March 1947 series D252329, Pick176e, pinholes, small rust hole to top border, small circular repair at centre left, about Fine and scarce (£200 - £300)

298)

Hong Kong (20) and Malaya (4) in an album 1940s onwards, in mixed grades (£75 - £85)

299)

Hong Kong 1 Dollar dated 1st January 1952 series B/5 419128, Pick324b, portrait KGVI at right, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£140 £180)

300)

Hong Kong Chartered Bank 10 Dollars issued 1962 - 1970 series V/G 0168672, Pick70c, Uncirculated (£50 - £70)

301)

Hungary (81) 1 Milliard Milpengo (22) 1946, 10000 Milpengo (21) 1946, plus (18) various dates & denominations, mixed grades, also a pack (20) mixed dates & denominations, Uncirculated (£50 - £100)

302)

India 1 Rupee issued 1917 series F/70 364351, Pick1g, signed Gubbay, some dirt and a tiny edge nick at the top of the centre fold, Fine (£80 - £150)

303)

India 100 Rupees issued 1943 series B/O 556674, Pick20m, scarce branch issue Lahore, portrait KGVI at right, signed Deshmukh, usual staple holes and spindle hole to left, tiny pinholes, pencil annotation on back, Fine and scarce (£480 - £600)

304)

305)

306)

India 5 Rupees 1943 undated issue, Black serial number, Deshmukh signature, Pick 23a, EF staple holes at left, Rare (£175 - £225) India 5 Rupees issued 1925 series J/60 577660, Pick4a, portrait KGV at right, signed Denning, spindle hole at left, light dirt and stains, good Fine and scarce (£300 - £400)

India Princely State of Hyderabad 1 Rupee issued 1939 -

1946 series R/4 630383, PickS271b, signed Liaqat Jung, Uncirculated (£250 - £350)

307)

India Reserve Bank 10 Rupees issued 1943 series B/50 584768, Pick24, portrait KGVI at right, signed Deshmukh, two usual pinholes at left, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£90 - £120)

308)

India Reserve Bank 1000 Rupees issued 1975 series A/3 002543, Pick65a, signature 79 N. Sengupta, Bombay issue, a few pinholes to left, good VF (£300 - £450)

309)

India Reserve Bank 2 Rupees solid serial number 23T 444444, Pick53Aa, signature 83 Singh, usual staple holes to left, in PCGS holder graded New 62 (£150 - £250)

310)

India Reserve Bank 2 Rupees solid serial number 25K 111111, Pick53Ac, signature 85 Malhotra, usual staple holes to left, in PCGS holder graded Choice About New 58 (£150 - £250)

311)

India Reserve Bank 5 Rupees issued 1937 series J/33 622640, Pick18a, portrait KGVI at right, signed Taylor, two usual pinholes at left, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£120 - £180)

312)

Iran 10 Rials Bank Melli Iran issued 1934 series H948088, Pick25b, portrait Shah Reza at right, pressed about VF (£400 - £600)

313)

Iran 20 Rials 1937 issue, no overprint, Pick 34a VF, scarce as part of a group of Iran (39) 500 Rials to 5 Rials, 1930s to 1950s issues, in mixed grades, some later note EF or better (£270 - £320)

314)

Iran 200 Rials (16) issued 1974 - 1979, Pick103a, some consecutively numbered notes seen, about Uncirculated to good EF (£60 - £100)

315)

Iraq (87) including 25 Dinars (18) issued 1986 Pick73a, many emergency Gulf war issues, some runs of consecutive numbered notes, most Uncirculated or about (£100 - £150)

316)

Iraq 1/4 Quarter Dinar issued 1942, Law 1931, series

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H906373, Pick16a, portrait King Faisal II as child to right, signed Kennet & Ata Amin, small ink annotations, original about VF (£400 - £600)

317)

Ireland (6) Ten Pounds Lavery 1976 Pick 66d VF, Five Pounds Lavery (4) 1945 issue Pick 58b VF with a slight stain, 1946 issue Pick 58b Fine, 1956 issue Pick 58d EF, 1974 issue Pick 65b VF with a small tear at the top, One Pound 1945 issue Pick 57b VF (£200 - £250)

318)

Ireland Central Bank Five Pounds P75 (10) being 2 consecutive mint runs of 5 notes (£90 - £120)

319)

Ireland Central Bank of Ireland Lady Lavery £10 dated 20.7.50 series 47V 083143, Pick59b, good Fine (£30 - £60)

320)

Ireland Central Bank of Ireland Lady Lavery £5 dated 3.5.54 first series 65W 183231, Pick58c, VF-GVF (£50 £60)

321)

Ireland Central Bank of Ireland Lady Lavery £5 dated 4.3.48 series 07W 039427, Pick58b, pinholes top left, GVF-EF (£65 - £85)

322)

Ireland Central Bank of Ireland Lady Lavery 10 shillings dated 1.9.59 series 73N 018225, Pick56d, almost UNC (£40 - £60)

323)

Ireland Currency Commission Lady Lavery (3) 10/- dated 6.3.41 warcode K series 77F, abrasion on face Pick1C, £1 dated 28.7.41 warcode B series 99L Pick2C & £5 dated 7.8.41 warcode C series 52T Pick3C, all Fine-Fine+ (£125 - £150)

324)

Ireland Currency Commission Ploughman £5 dated 8-10-38 for The Munster & Leinster Bank Limited, series 03MK 045630 signed Brennan/Hosford, Pick21b (CML8), pinholes & border tear at bottom right, Fine (£450 - £650)

325)

Ireland Provincial Bank of Ireland £5 dated 5th August 1886, split & nicely rejoined with 2 different serial numbers C53038 & C67084, (PR60), Fine (£45 - £65)

326)

Ireland Republic (4) £1 Pick70c 1984, £5 Pick71e 1988 tape, £10 Pick72a 1981 and £20 Pick73c 1991, gFine-VF (£65 - £85)

327)

Ireland Williams & Finn Dublin private issue 1 guinea dated 1805 for William Williams & Michael Finn, No.A4808, (PB 222) small pieces missing around edges otherwise VG and scarce (£200 - £250)

328)

Isle of Man 5 Pounds issued 1972 - 1979 series B550411, Pick30b, portrait QEII at right, signed John Paul, very light dent in paper, Uncirculated (£170 - £220)

329)

Isle of Man 5 Pounds issued 1979 - 1988 series C388083, Pick35a, portrait QEII at right, signed Dawson, very light dent in paper, Uncirculated (£100 - £140)

330)

Italy (2) Italian States Regie Finanze-Torino 50 Lire & 100 Lire dated 1st September 1799 PickS131 & PickS132, scarce in good condition, some light dirt and ink on back, EF (£110 - £150)

331)

Italy 500 Lire last date of issue 23rd March 1961 series I173 007353, Pick80b, signed Carli & Ripa, pressed good EF (£150 - £250)

332)

Italy 500000 Lire dated 6th May 1997 series GA 443139C, Pick118, portrait Raphael at right, signed Fazio & Amici, centre fold, good EF (£120 - £180)

333)

Jamaica £1 L.1960 (issued 1964) last series GP491504, QE2 portrait at left, signed G. A. Brown, Pick51Ce, UNC (£100 - £200)

334)

Jamaica 10 Shillings dated 15th June 1950 series 70C55665, Pick39, portrait KGVI at left, VF to good VF (£70 - £120)

335)

Japan (2) 5000 Yen & 1000 Yen issued 1993 series BR275663L & ME127158N, Pick100b & Pick101b, double letter prefix and brown serial numbers, Uncirculated (£70 - £100)

336)

Japanese Invasion Money Occupation WWII (50), Malaya (39), Burma (10) & Philippines (1), mixed circulated grades (£30 - £50)

337)

Jersey (10) SPECIMEN 1 Pound issued 1993, Pick20s, serial numbers all zero’s but all with different prefix’s, GC HC JC KC LC MC NC PC QC RC, signed Baird, UNC to about UNC (£65 - £100)

338)

Jersey (4) SPECIMEN 5 Pounds issued 1976 - 1988, Pick12s, serial numbers all zero’s but all with different prefix’s, CB DB EB GB, signed Clennett, portrait QEII at centre right, small inked number in top corner on back of 3 notes, Uncirculated or about (£70 - £100)

339)

Jersey (6) SPECIMEN 1 Pound issued 1976 - 1988, Pick11s, serial numbers all zero’s but all with different prefix’s, CB EB FB GB HB KB, signed Clennett, portrait QEII at centre right, Uncirculated or about (£55 - £100)

340)

Jersey 10 Shillings issued 1963 low serial number C006925, Pick7a, portrait QEII to right, signed Padgham, about EF (£15 - £25)

341)

Jersey 100 Pounds commemorative issue Queen Elizabeth II diamond jubilee 2012, series QE60 004854, Pick37a, usual half moon flick at top of security strip, Uncirculated (£120 - £180)

342)

Jordan 10 Dinars issued Law 1949 series A/A 579609, Pick4a, portrait King Abdullah at right, light edge wear to top, pressed VF and very scarce (£750 - £1,000)

343)

Kuwait 1 Dinar issued law 1968 low serial number 000284,

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Pick8, in PMG holder 58 Choice About UNC, ERROR has been PMG graded as Pick3 1960 in error (£100 - £150) 344)

Lebanon 25 Piastres dated 1st August 1942 series A/3 502638, Pick36, Omayyad mosque in Damascus at centre, good VF (£45 - £80)

345)

Lebanon 5 Livres (1000) a full sealed brick of ten packs of 100 notes, Pick62d dated 1986, UNC (£350 - £450)

346)

Libya (13) 1 pound issued 1963 series C/17 112644, Pick25, washed, pressed, trimmed edges, Fine, 5 pounds issued 1963 series B/16 945641, Pick31a, pressed gFine to VF, Central Bank 10 dinars issued 2004 (10) a consecutively numbered run, Pick70a, UNC, Central Bank 5 dinars issued 1971, series B/2 197419, Pick36a, toned & pressed, a scarcer type, about EF (£230 - £260)

347)

Libya (2) Five Pounds 1963 Pick 26 4B/9 362101 VF, One Pound 1963 Pick 25 4C/24 472577 Fine (£475 - £550)

348)

Libya (3) Central Bank 5 Dinars (2) issued 1972, Pick36b, one pressed VF the other EF, 1 Dinar issued 1972, Pick35b, cleaned & pressed Fine, edge nicks and some discolouration (£60 - £80)

Mukhtar at left and Arabic inscription bottom right, Pick37b, a few lower grades but mostly VF to EF, some better (£80 - £100) 357)

Libya Central Bank 10 Dinars issued 1984 low serial number 3 A/52 000632, Pick51, in PMG holder graded 67 EPQ Superb Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£130 - £180)

358)

Libya Central Bank 10 Dinars issued 1984 series 3 A/52 346980, Pick51, portrait Omar El Mukhtar at left, EF (£30 - £50)

359)

Libya Central Bank 10 Dinars SPECIMEN number 074 issued 2009 series 7 A/251 000000, Pick73s, in PMG holder graded 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£200 - £280)

360)

Libya Central Bank 20 Dinars issued 2002 series 1 AY/3 537124, Pick67a, in PMG holder graded 67 EPQ Superb Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£100 £140)

361)

Libya Central Bank 5 dinars (43) issued 1972, Pick36b, with inscription lower right, mostly Fine to VF, some higher grades noted (£125 - £150)

349)

Libya 10 Dinars issued 2002, Pick66, portrait Omar El Mukhtar at centre, pressed EF (£35 - £50)

362)

350)

Libya 5 Dinars (6) Central Bank issued 1971, Pick 36a, scarcer type without inscription, toned & pressed VF and better (£300 - £400)

Libya Central Bank 5 Dinars issued 1971 series 1 B/2 166552, Pick36a, without inscription, in PMG holder graded 45 Choice Extremely Fine (£80 - £120)

363)

Libya Currency Commission 10 Piastres (2) dated 1951, consecutively numbered pair series K/15 621757 & K/15 621758, Pick6, in ICG holders graded 63 Uncirculated (£125 - £180)

364)

Libya Kingdom Treasury 1/2 Pound dated 1952 series D/2 258971, Pick15, portrait King Idris at left, cleaned & pressed Fine (£80 - £100)

365)

Libya Kingdom Treasury 1/2 Pound SPECIMEN dated 1952 series D/1 000000, Pick15s, mounting residue on reverse, miscut left margin, in PCGS holder graded 55 apparent Choice About New (£250 - £350)

366)

Libya National Bank 5 Pounds SPECIMEN law of 1955 issued 1958 series B/3 000000, Pick21s, crowned arms at left, perforated number 254, in PMG holder graded 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£350 - £450)

351)

Libya Central Bank (2) 1/4 Dinar issued 1972 series 1 E/7 959093, Pick33b, 1/2 Dinar issued 1971 series 1 D/8 674585, Pick34b, with Arabic Inscription, in a PMG holder graded 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated & 64 Choice Uncirculated (£225 - £300)

352)

Libya Central Bank (2) 5 Dinars issued 1972 series 1 B/19 482986, Pick36b, 10 Dinars issued 1972 series 1 A/86 360023, Pick37b, with Arabic Inscription, in PMG holders graded 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£125 - £150)

353)

Libya Central Bank 1 Dinar PROOF issued 1971 1972, Pick35p, printers annotations in bottom border, 18 Turquoise, in PMG holder graded 64 EPQ Choice Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£900 - £1,200)

354)

Libya Central Bank 1/4 Dinar issued 1984 series 3 E/4 335151, Pick47, in PMG holder graded 67 EPQ Superb Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£80 - £120)

355)

Libya Central Bank 10 dinars issued 1972 (22) Omar EL Mukhtar at left and Arabic inscription bottom right, Pick37b, a few lower grades but mostly VF to EF, some better (£65 - £100)

356)

Libya Central Bank 10 dinars issued 1972 (22) Omar EL

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About Uncirculated (£180 - £220)

367)

Libya One Pound 1952 Pick 16 c/1 007702 Fine or better, some folds and small spots, Rare (£175 - £225)

368)

Libya, Bank of Libya 1 Pound dated 1963 (AH1382) series 4 C/16 156609, Pick25, crowned arms at left, in PMG holder graded 50 about Uncirculated (£250 - £350)

369)

373)

Libya, Bank of Libya 10 Pounds dated 1963 (AH1382) series 4 A/10 875611, Pick27, crowned arms at left, minor rust, minor discoloration, in PMG holder graded 35 Choice Very Fine (£100 - £150)

374)

Libya, Bank of Libya 10 Pounds SPECIMEN dated 1963 (AH1382) series 4 A/4 000000, Pick27s, crowned arms at left, perforated number 386, in PMG holder graded 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£400 - £600)

375)

Libya, Bank of Libya 5 Pounds dated 1963 (AH1382) series 4 B/10 375463, Pick26, crowned arms at left, in PMG holder graded 35 Choice Very Fine (£100 - £150)

376)

Libya, Bank of Libya 5 Pounds dated 1963 (AH1382) series 5 B/16 004301, Pick31, crowned arms at left, in a PMG holder graded 53 about Uncirculated (£400 - £600)

377)

Libya, Kingdom of Libya Treasury 5 Pounds SPECIMEN dated 1952 series B/1 000000, Pick17s, portrait King Idris on left, in PMG holder graded 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality, scarce (£1,500 - £2,000)

378)

Macau 10 Avos dated 19th January 1952 series 2178378,

Libya, Bank of Libya 1 Pound SPECIMEN dated 1963 (AH1382) series 4 C/11 000000, Pick25s, crowned arms at left, perforated number 327, in PMG holder graded 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated - Exceptional Paper Quality (£250 - £350)

370)

Libya, Bank of Libya 1/2 Pound SPECIMEN dated 1963 (AH1382) series 5 D/15 000000, Pick29s, crowned arms at left, perforated number 403, in PMG holder graded 64 Choice Uncirculated (£180 - £240)

371)

Libya, Bank of Libya 1/4 Pound dated 1963 (AH1382) series 3 F/1 025114, Pick23a, crowned arms at left, in a PMG holder graded 66 EPQ Gem Uncirculated Exceptional Paper Quality (£250 - £350)

372)

Libya, Bank of Libya 1/4 Pound dated 1963 (AH1382) series 4 F/14 189348, Pick28, crowned arms at left, small rust spots, pinholes, in PMG holder graded 58 NET Choice

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Pick42, not officially released but about 5000 notes found their way to the market, Uncirculated, scarce (£150 - £250) 379)

Macedonia SPECIMEN (4), 50 Denari EF, 100 Denari VF, 1000 Denari good EF & 5000 Denari EF issued 1996 all zero serial numbers, matching trace number 1086, Pick15s, Pick16s, Pick18s & Pick19s (£60 - £80)

380)

Malaya & British Borneo (3) 1 Dollar dated 1953 Pick1a, 1 Dollar dated 1959 Pick8A & Malaya 1 Dollar dated 1941 Pick11, cleaned & pressed good Fine to VF (£70 - £100)

381)

Malaya (2) 10 Dollars 1941 issue (1945) Pick 13 B/53 037260 Near EF with a centre fold, 5 Dollars 1941 issue (1945) Pick 12 B/91 032092 Fine with some damage to the lower centre, Singapore $1 issued 1973 series C/11 Pick1d about UNC to UNC, $5 issued 1967 Pick2a VF and $10 issued 1967 Pick3a cleaned gFine, along with various $1 (5), $5 Pick19, $10 Pick20 and $20 Pick12, some pressed, VF or better, along with a further group of Singapore Dollars (8) 1967-1972 issues Lim Kim San (3) Pick 1a, Hun Sui Sen (5) Pick 1d, EF to UNC, Straits Settlements 10 Cents 1919 Issue Pick 8b B/60 56426 About Fine, some foxing (£285 - £325)

392)

Martinique 100 francs issued 1944 series PU312717, Caisse Centrale de la France d’Outre-Mer, Pick25, chemically treated, pressed and trimmed edges, about Fine but looks a little better (£100 - £120)

393)

Martinique 100 Francs issued 1947 - 1949 series C.47 45034, Pick31a, La Bourdonnais at left, small edge tear to right border, good Fine (£70 - £100)

394)

Martinique 5 Francs Law 1901 issued 1934 - 1945 series O.359 434, Pick6, some light dirt, about EF (£90 - £120)

395)

Malaysia and British North Borneo Dollar 1959 (2), $10 1961 (2) Pick 9a and Pick 9 c (serial letter B) generally collectable Fine (£275 - £325)

Mauritania 1000 Ouguiya dated 20-6-1973 series Q001 04867, Pick3a, EF (£40 - £60)

396)

Maldives (4) 100 Rupees Pick7b, 50 Rupees Pick6b, 10 Rupees Pick5b, 5 Rupees Pick4b, dated 4th June 1960, Uncirculated (£250 - £350)

Mauritania 200 Ouguiya dated 1974 (14) all series D002 with some consecutive numbers, Pick5a, mostly UNC (£75 - £125)

397)

Mauritania 200 Ouguiya dated 1974 (5) series D002, Pick5a, first date type, GEF (£60 - £80)

384)

Mali (2) 1000 Francs & 500 Francs issued 1970 - 1984, Pick13b & Pick12e, Uncirculated (£90 - £120)

398)

385)

Malta 1 Pound issued 1940 series A/15 710501, Pick20b, portrait KGVI at right, signed Cuschieri, uniface, small brown marks in border, Uncirculated (£60 - £90)

Mauritania, Banque Centrale 1000 Ouguiya SPECIMEN No.4126 dated 1974, series A000 00000, Pick7a(s), in PMG holder graded 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated Exceptional Paper Quality (£140 - £200)

399)

Malta 1 Shilling overprint on 2 Shillings provisional issue 1940 (old date 1918) series A/1 98740, Pick15, portrait KGV at right, signed Cuschieri, PCGS graded Choice About New 58 (£120 - £180)

Mauritius (4) SPECIMEN set 50 rupees, 25 rupees, 10 rupees and 5 Rupees, matching serial numbers 010478 with Maltese Cross prefix, issued 1978, PickCS1, Uncirculated (£90 - £120)

400)

Mauritius 1 Rupee issued 1940 series D097567, Pick26, portrait KGVI at right, very small piece missing in top border, surface dirt, Fine (£60 - £100)

401)

Malta 5 Shillings issued 1939 series A/2 238550, Pick12, portrait KGVI at right, signed J. Pace, uniface, original EF to good EF, scarce in good condition (£180 - £250)

Mauritius 50 Cents issued 1940 series A120032, Pick25a, small size uniface note with KGVI portrait at right, cleaned & pressed, Fine (£70 - £90)

402)

Malta Central Bank 10 Shillings Law 1967 issued 1968 first series low number A/1 002022, Pick28a, portrait QEII at right, signed Hogg, Uncirculated (£80 - £120)

Mauritius 500 Rupees ND issued 1988 series A/1 011055, Pick40, portrait Sir A. Jugnaurh at right, Uncirculated (£100 - £200)

403)

Malta Central Bank 5 Pounds Law 1967 issued 1968 series A/2 704237, Pick30a, portrait QEII at right, signed Hogg, some light dirt, about VF (£75 - £90)

Middle East accumulation (41) includes Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait and others, mixed grades (£80 £150)

404)

Mongolia 1 Tugrik dated 1941 series 815734, Pick21, portrait Sukhe-Bataar at right, EF (£100 - £150)

405)

Mozambique 5 Libras (10) dated 15th January 1934, PickR32, perforated PAGO 5.11.1942 or Cancelado, some with rust marks, toning, edge nicks, generally about Fine to Fine (£100 - £120)

406)

Mozambique 5 Libras (10) dated 15th January 1934, PickR32, perforated PAGO 5.11.1942 or Cancelado, some with rust marks, toning, edge nicks, generally about Fine to Fine (£100 - £120)

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383)

386)

387)

388)

389)

390)

391)

Malta 2 Shillings issued 1942 first series A/1 423919, Pick17a, portrait KGVI at right, signed J. Pace, uniface, tiny foxing spots, Uncirculated, scarce in this condition (£200 - £250)

Malta Government 10 Shillings Law 1949 issued 1963 first series A/1 038325, Pick25a, portrait QEII at right, signed Soler, in PCGS holder graded 64 PPQ Very Choice New, Perfect Paper Quality (£250 - £300)

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407)

Mozambique 50 Escudos dated 1st January 1921 series No. 028761, Pick71, edge wear, foxing spots, aFine and scarce (£300 - £500)

422)

Norway 100 Kroner dated 1945 series A.4934786, Pick28a, signed G. Meldahl Nielsen, EF and rare (£220 £280)

408)

Nepal Central Bank (2) 100 Rupees issued 1961, Pick15, signature 8 & 5 Mohru issued 1960, Pick9, signature 4, about UNC and good EF (£50 - £80)

423)

Oman (37) 100 Baisa Pick31 (29), 200 Baisa Pick23, 1/2 Rial Pick25 and 1/2 Rial Pick33 (6), mostly UNC (£60 £80)

409)

Netherland Indies de Javasche Bank 5 Gulden dated 5th August 1939 series HC05589, Pick78c, Javanese dancer to left, Uncirculated (£150 - £200)

424)

Oman 20 Rials issued 1977 series A/7 290741, Pick20a, portrait Sultan Qaboos bin Sa’id at right, good EF (£200 - £250)

410)

Netherlands (2) 100 Gulden 1992 issue Pick 101 UNC, 50 Gulden 1982 issue 2949106608 Pick 96 UNC (£150 £175)

425)

411)

New Zealand Reserve Bank 10 Pounds ND issued 1960 - 1967 series AJ 910437, Pick161d, portrait Capt. James Cook at right, with security thread signed Fleming, EF (£120 - £180)

Pakistan (3) State Bank Haj Pilgrims notes (2) 100 Rupees issued 1975 - 1978 series A/6 544511, PickR7 (like Pick31), 10 Rupees ND series T994523, PickR4 (like Pick16), for use in Saudi Arabia only, usual staple holes to left, good EF & UNC plus 500 Rupees issued 1964 series H812138, Pick19c, Lahore overprint, usual staple holes and spindle hole to left, pressed VF (£60 - £100)

412)

New Zealand Reserve Bank 10 Shillings ND issued 1960 - 1967 series 9S 499385, Pick158d, portrait Capt. James Cook at right, with security thread signed Fleming, Uncirculated (£80 - £120)

426)

Pakistan Government 10 Rupees (2) issued 1948 double letter prefixes FQ738162 & AR359899, Pick6, crescent moon & star at right, about Fine with centre pinhole & small split to left, bank stamp on back and VF with one small hole to left (£100 - £150)

413)

New Zealand Reserve Bank 20 Dollars ND issued 1985 1989 series TEK 195198, Pick173b, portrait QEII at right, signed Russell (governor), Uncirculated (£60 - £80)

427)

Pakistan Government 10 Rupees issued 1948 single letter prefix Y061295, Pick6, crescent moon & star at right, small pinhole, pressed about EF (£40 - £100)

414)

New Zealand Reserve Bank 5 Pounds ND issued 1960 1967 series Y9 730204, Pick160d, portrait Capt. James Cook at right, with security thread signed Fleming, lightly pressed good EF (£70 - £120)

428)

Pakistan Government 5 Rupees issued 1948 double letter prefix EA205152, Pick5, crescent moon & star at right, small holes & tiny edge tear, about Fine (£80 - £100)

415)

New Zealand Reserve Bank SPECIMEN set (5), 100 Dollars specimen No.117, 50 Dollars specimen No.120, 20 Dollars specimen No.120, 10 Dollars specimen No.120 & 5 Dollars specimen No.121, Signed Brash, issued 1992 - 1997, Pick177 to Pick181, all AA000000 series, Uncirculated and very rare (£2,000 - £2,500)

429)

Pakistan Reserve Bank of India 2 Rupees ND issued 1948 series G/64 404841, Pick1A, usual 2 staple holes to left & spindle hole in watermark area, portrait KGVI at right, original good Fine, scarce (£450 - £650)

416)

Nigeria 5 Naira (100), a full pack of 100 consecutively numbered replacement banknotes, DZ3327501 DZ3327600, dated 2011 Pick38c, polymer notes, UNC (£100 - £150)

417)

Nigeria 5 Naira (3) ERROR, dated 2011 all with mismatched serial numbers and missing numbers, Pick38c, polymer notes, Uncirculated (£20 - £30)

418)

Nigeria 5 Naira (3) ERROR, dated 2011 all with mismatched serial numbers, Pick38c, polymer notes, Uncirculated (£15 - £25)

430)

Pakistan State Bank 10 Rupees issued 1951 series NG/2 828620, Pick13, Shalimar gardens in Lahore, usual staple holes to left, about EF (£40 - £70)

419)

Northern Ireland (7) SPECIMEN set Bank of Ireland 100 Pounds, 10 Pounds, 5 Pounds, 1 Pound & Provincial Bank of Ireland 10 Pounds, 5 Pounds, 1 Pound matching serial numbers 010862 with Maltese Cross prefix, issued 1978, PickCS1 & PickCS2, Uncirculated (£120 - £150)

431)

Palestine Currency Board 1 Pound dated 20th April 1939 series Q098515, Pick7c, tiny edge nicks to left border, nice original good Fine (£250 - £350)

420)

Northern Ireland Bank of Ireland 20 Pounds dated 1st January 2003 first series low number BD000104, Pick80a, signed D. McGowan, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£80 - £100)

421)

Northern Ireland Bank of Ireland 50 Pounds dated 5th April 2004 first series very low number A200027, Pick81, signed R. Keenan, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£150 - £200)

432)

Peru Central Reserve Bank 100 Soles de Oro dated 15th

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November 1946 series A2 548199, Pick69A, in PCGS holder graded 65 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£150 - £250) 433)

Poland (15) nice assortment including 500 Zlotych 1940 Pick98, 2 million Zlotych 1992 Pick158, 5 Zlotych 1930 Pick72, Litzmannstadt 1 Mark 1940 plus others, about EF to Uncirculated, most are UNC (£70 - £150)

434)

Poland (9) 500 Zlotych, 100 Zlotych, 50 Zlotych, 20 Zlotych, 10 Zlotych, 5 Zlotych, 2 Zlotych, 1 Zloty, 50 Groszy originally dated 1944, reprinted set from original plates in 1974 with inscription in top border, Pick104b to Pick119b, Uncirculated or about (£50 - £100)

442)

Qatar Monetary Agency (5) 1 Riyal second issue 1980’s, Pick7, some dirt/stain, about Fine to Fine (£80 - £100)

443)

Qatar Monetary Agency (6) first series 10 Riyals (2) issued 1973 Pick3a Fine, 5 Riyals (2) issued 1973 Pick2a good Fine, one with ink annotation on front & 1 Riyal (2) issued 1973 Pick1a, VF one with a small edge tear (£200 - £250)

444)

Qatar Monetary Agency 100 Riyals first issue 1973 series A/1 979049, Pick5, 2 small edge tears, inked number on back, lightly pressed about VF (£500 - £700)

435)

Poland 5 Zlotych dated 1st May 1925 series 5500221, Pick48, centre pinhole, about Fine and scarce (£160 £220)

436)

Portugal 50 Escudos dated 18th November 1932 series DG02905, Chapa 5, Pick146, portrait Duque de Saldanha at left, tiny pinhole, small stain on back, good fine (£200 - £300)

437)

Portugal 50 Escudos first date of issue 25th November 1941 series QK 07047, Pick154, Chapa 6A, portrait Ramalho Ortigao at right, good EF (£150 - £200)

438)

Provincial issues (8) Ten Pounds to One Pound unissued and cut cancelled late 19th and early 20th Century, along with Bank of England issues (11) Five Pounds to Ten Shillings face Peppiatt to Lowther these high grade EF and better (£150 - £200)

445)

Qatar & Dubai Currency Board 1 Riyal issued 1960’s series A/3 518823, Pick1a, in PMG holder graded Choice Very Fine 35 net, rust spots (£150 - £200)

Qatar Monetary Agency 100 Riyals second issue 1980’s, Pick11, some surface dirt and discolouration around borders, Fine (£100 - £150)

446)

Qatar Monetary Agency 5 Riyals first issue 1973 series A/3 627001, Pick2a, in PCGS holder graded 63 PPQ Choice New, Perfect Paper Quality (£250 - £350)

447)

Qatar Monetary Agency 50 Riyals scarce first issue 1976 series A/1 186019, Pick4a, in PMG holder graded Choice Fine 15, annotations, rare (£400 - £600)

448)

Qatar Monetary Agency 50 Riyals second issue 1989, Pick10, pinholes & small splits, about Fine (£100 - £150)

449)

Qatar Monetary Agency 500 Riyals scarce first issue 1973 series A/2 006078, Pick6a, in PMG holder graded Very Fine 25 Net, tear and ink annotations, rare note (£2,900 - £4,000)

439)

440)

441)

Qatar & Dubai Currency Board 5 Riyals issued 1960’s series A/4 111605, Pick2a, in PMG holder graded Very Fine 35 net, foreign substance on back (£350 - £450)

Qatar & Dubai Currency Board 50 Riyal issued 1960’s series A/1 750300, Pick5a, in PMG holder graded Very Good 10 net, rust, annotations, very scarce note (£4,900 - £6,000)

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450)

Qatar Monetary Agency 500 Riyals second issue 1980’s, Pick12a, ink annotations on front and back, tiny edge nicks, Fine and rare (£300 - £400)

451)

Rhodesia Reserve Bank 1 Pound dated 18th August 1967 series K/21 444602, Pick28b, portrait QEII at right, signed Bruce, Uncirculated to about Uncirculated (£180 - £250)

452)

Rhodesia Reserve Bank 1 Pound dated 21st September 1964 series G/5 558991, Pick25a, portrait QEII at right, cleaned & pressed about VF (£80 - £120)

453)

Rhodesia Reserve Bank 10 Shillings dated 1st June 1966 series L/11 404406, Pick27a, portrait QEII at right, signed Bruce, Uncirculated but has a tiny edge nick to right border (£180 - £220)

454)

Rhodesia Reserve Bank 5 Pounds dated 16th November 1964 series F/3 921364, Pick26a, portrait QEII at right, signed Bruce, pressed about VF (£130 - £180)

455)

456)

Russia (around 200) 3 Roubles to 100 Roubles, in mixed circulated grades, some duplication, along with Russia 100 Roubles 1910 Catherine the Great (7), 250 Roubles 1917 (2), 25 Roubles 1909 portrait of Alexander III, 10 Roubles 1909 (30) 5 Roubles 1909 (30) 1 Rouble 1898 (10), in mixed grades VG to Fine (£220 - £260) Russia 5 Roubles 1909 Fine, East Caribbean States Twenty Dollars undated (1993) Pick 28d EF, Turkey 10 Million Lira 1970 issue EF, Zimbabwe (6) 20000 Dollars 2005, 5000 Dollars 20040, 1000 Dollars 2003, 500 Dollars 2001, 100 Dollars 1995, 20 Dollars 1997 EF to UNC (£20 - £40)

457)

Russia a mixed group 1910-1997 (49) includes some larger types, in mixed grades (£60 - £80)

458)

Russia Russian Central Asia 20000 Rubles dated 1922, PickS1042, Bukhara Soviet Peoples Republic, light staining to bottom centre, good VF (£90 - £120)

459)

Russia State Treasury Note 3 Chervontsa dated 1937 series 986380 T3, Pick203a, portrait Lenin at right, in PCGS holder graded 66 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality, scarce in this grade (£150 - £250)

460)

Rwanda & Burundi 20 Francs dated 5-10-1960 series F775689, Pick3a, crocodile at right, VF to good VF (£120 - £150)

461)

Rwanda & Burundi 50 Francs dated 15 - 9 - 1960 series E406558, Pick4a, lioness at centre right, tape residue mark on back, good Fine to about VF (£150 - £250)

462)

Saint Pierre & Miquelon (3) 20 Francs, 10 Francs, 5 Francs issued 1950 - 1960, Pick24 Pick23 Pick22, usual rippled paper, the 10 Francs has a light brown mark to the left, Uncirculated (£80 - £120)

463)

Saint Pierre & Miquelon 1 Nouveau Franc overprint on Reunion 50 Francs issued 1950 - 1960, series J.30 81863, Pick30b, usual rippled paper, about Uncirculated (£120 £180)

464)

Saint Pierre & Miquelon 2 Nouveaux Francs overprint on 100 Francs issued 1963, series E.81 02865, Pick32, usual rippled paper, Uncirculated (£250 - £350)

465)

Scotland (18) in a small album, Royal Bank of Scotland plc, 5 Pounds (7) all different dates of issue from 1988 to 2005, 1 Pound (11) all different dates of issue from 1988 to 2001, Uncirculated (£70 - £100)

466)

Scotland (94) assortment of mainly £1 notes in an album, dates ranging from 1940’s to 2000’s, different banks of issue, including Clydesdale & North £20 and some commemorative notes in envelopes etc., mixed grades (£150 - £300)

467)

Scotland Bank of Scotland £10 SPECIMEN dated 1st February 1995 series AA000000, signed Pattullo & Burt, Pick120as, about UNC (£80 - £100)

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468)

Scotland Bank of Scotland £20 SPECIMEN dated 1st October 1970 series A000000 signed Polwarth & Walker, Pick114as, about UNC (£125 - £150)

469)

Scotland Bank of Scotland £20 SPECIMEN dated 1st October 1970 series A000000 signed Polwarth & Walker, Pick114as, about UNC (£125 - £150)

470)

Scotland Bank of Scotland £5 SPECIMEN dated 6th November 1991 series EK000000, signed Pattullo & Burt, Pick116bs, UNC (£80 - £100)

471)

Scotland Bank of Scotland One Hundred Pounds 17.7.1995 Pick 123a SPECIMEN serial number AA000000 with SPECIMEN across both sides (£150 - £200)

472)

Scotland Bank of Scotland promissory notes (3) all dated 184x, £20 in aUNC, £50 stained with edge wear and £100 has small piece missing at right aUNC, all unissued relating to the Territory of Nova Scotia and Dependencies. (£100 - £120)

473)

Scotland Bank of Scotland SPECIMEN set, £5 18th January 1993 ER000000, £10 13th April 1994 GF000000, £20 12th January 1993 AG000000, £100 7th February 1994 A000000 Unc (£350 - £400)

478)

Scotland Clydesdale Bank Limited 20 Pounds dated 19th November 1964 series C/C 045240, Pick200, about VF to VF (£100 - £120)

Scotland Royal Bank Limited 10 Pounds dated 19th March 1969 series A/1 409247, Pick331, light centre fold, good EF to about UNC (£85 - £120)

479)

Scotland Clydesdale Bank PLC (4) 5 Pounds dated 21st July 1996 commemorative notes Robert Burns poems, Pick224a, b, c & d, good EF to Uncirculated (£60 - £100)

Scotland Royal Bank plc 5 Pounds dated 13th December 1988 Replacement note series Z/1 170034, Pick322ar, Uncirculated (£60 - £90)

480)

Scotland Royal Bank plc 50 Pounds dated 14th September 2005, special prefix RBS 11963 for new bank headquarters at Gogarburn, Pick366, Uncirculated (£150 - £200)

481)

Seychelles (6) a small selection of notes, 50 Rupees 1973 Pick17e good Fine, 20 Rupees 1974 Pick16c Fine, 10 Rupees 1968 Pick15a Fine, 10 Rupees (2) replacement notes ‘ZZ’ prefix consecutive pair dated 2013 Pick36c good EF, 100 Rupees dated 2013 Pick43b good EF (£80 - £150)

482)

Seychelles 1 Rupee ND issued 1936 series B/1 62903, Pick2f, portrait KGV at right, uniface, dirt on back, in ICG holder graded Very Fine 30 (£240 - £300)

483)

Seychelles 10 Rupees scarcer first date of issue 1st January 1968 series A/1 238151, Pick15a, portrait QEII at right, cleaned & pressed about VF (£70 - £100)

484)

South Africa (25) a good range from 1943 to 1960’s, inc. £10 (4), £5 (6), £1 (5), 10/- (2), and later type 1, 2 & 10 rand, plus GB £1 and Canada $1, VG to VF (£50 - £80)

485)

South Africa 50 Pounds Boer War Gouvernements Noot dated Pretoria 1900 series no. 1178, Pick58, 2 punched holes and pinhole to left, good EF (£150 - £250)

486)

South Africa Cape of Good Hope Montagu Bank 5 Pounds dated 18xx, unsigned remainder No. 1117, PickS231r, vertical crease to left and usual 3 holes to left, good EF (£60 - £80)

487)

South Africa Siege of Mafeking 1 Shilling dated February 1900 series B7174, PickS651, signed Capt. H Greener, pair of staple holes at left, EF (£200 - £250)

488)

Southern Rhodesia (2) 5 Shillings dated 1st January 1948 series D/45 023119, 5 Shillings dated 1st October 1945 series D/42 062262, Pick8b, portrait KGVI at right, some

474)

475)

476)

477)

Scotland Commercial Bank Limited 5 Pounds dated 30th April 1934 series 14/R 36672, Pick328b, portrait John Pitcairn at bottom centre, small edge tear to top, pinholes, Fine (£250 - £350)

Scotland National Bank 5 Pounds scarce early date 11th November 1919 series A456-294, Pick249b, hand signed by accountant, pinholes, bank stamp & annotations on back, Fine and scarce (£250 - £350)

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surface dirt, Fine (£100 - £150)

501)

489)

Southern Rhodesia 10 Shillings dated 1st February 1945 series A/39 080758, Pick9b, portrait KGVI at right, some dirt, original good Fine to about VF (£220 - £300)

Sudan £1 SPECIMEN dated 1981 series C/1 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick18s, UNC (£30 - £60)

502)

490)

Southern Rhodesia 5 Shillings dated 1st January 1948 series D/45 053841, Pick8b, portrait KGVI at right, pressed good VF looks better (£150 - £250)

Sudan £1 SPECIMEN dated 2006 series SA00001595 (some Specimens used normal serial numbers), red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick64s, UNC (£20 - £40)

503)

491)

Southwest Africa Volkskas Bank Limited 1 Pound dated 4th June 1952 series A/2 112530, Pick14a, bank stamp on front, cleaned and pressed good Fine (£120 - £180)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN dated 1973 series E/6 000000, diagonal Cancelled overprints, Arms watermark, Pick15b(s), about UNC to UNC (£100 - £200)

504)

492)

Spain (10) 1000 Pesetas (3) 1925, 1971 (2), 100 Pesetas 1970, 25 Pesetas 1954, 10 Pesetas 1935 (2), 5 Pesetas (2) 1951, 1954, 1 Peseta 1953 in mixed grades some VF to EF (£75 - £85)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN dated 1980 series E/75 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Arms watermark, Pick15cb(s), almost UNC (£80 - £160)

505)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN dated 1980 series E/75 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Arms watermark, Pick15cb(s), EF+ (£60 - £120)

493)

Spain (2) 5000 Pesetas dated 23rd October 1979 (issued 1982), a consecutively numbered pair series 835018 & 835019, without prefix letter, Pick160, portrait King Juan Carlos I at right, Uncirculated (£60 - £100)

506)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN dated 1991 series E/276 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick46s, UNC (£20 £40)

494)

Spain (48) 1000 Pesetas (8) dated 1957 Pick149a, 100 Pesetas (18) dated 1928 Pick76, 25 Pesetas (14) dated 1928 Pick74b, 5 Pesetas Silver Certificates (8) dated 1935 (issued 1936) Pick86a, mixed grades including some UNC (£80 - £120)

507)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN dated 1991 series E/276 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick46s, UNC (£20 £40)

508)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN No.0496 dated 2006 series DA00000000, red overprint in English, Pick67s, UNC (£20 - £40)

509)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN No.0497 dated 2006 series DA00000000, red overprint in English, Pick67s, UNC (£20 - £40)

510)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN No.0751 dated 2011 series DQ00000000, large red overprint in English, Pick73s, UNC (£20 - £40)

511)

Sudan £10 SPECIMEN No.0752 dated 2011 series DQ00000000, large red overprint in English, Pick73s, UNC (£20 - £40)

512)

Sudan £100 SPECIMEN dated 1991 series E/276 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick49s, UNC (£30 £60)

513)

Sudan £100 SPECIMEN dated 1991 series E/276 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick49s, UNC (£30 £60)

514)

Sudan £20 SPECIMEN No.0610 dated 2006 series EB00000000, red overprint in English, Pick68s, UNC (£20 - £40)

515)

Sudan £20 SPECIMEN No.0611 dated 2006 series EB00000000, red overprint in English, Pick68s, UNC (£20 - £40)

516)

Sudan £20 SPECIMEN No.0798 dated 2011 series ED00000000, red overprint in English, Pick74a(s), UNC (£30 - £60)

517)

Sudan £20 SPECIMEN No.0799 dated 2011 series ED00000000, red overprint in English, Pick74a(s), UNC (£30 - £60)

518)

Sudan £5 SPECIMEN dated 1970 series D/00 0000000, diagonal Cancelled overprints, Rhino watermark, Pick14a(s), small mark top edge, about UNC to UNC (£80 - £160)

495)

Sri Lanka (6) 500 Rupees Pick112, 100 Rupees Pick111, 50 Rupees Pick110, 20 Rupees Pick109, 10 Rupees Pick108, all dated 15 - 11 - 1995, also 200 Rupees polymer issue dated 1998 Pick114b, grades from about EF to UNC (£40 - £60)

496)

Sri Lanka Central Bank of Ceylon 100 Rupees dated 26th March 1979 series Z/10 274245, Pick88a, Uncirculated (£150 - £200)

497)

Sri Lanka Central Bank of Ceylon 50 Rupees dated 26th March 1979 series T/6 276734, Pick87a, in PCGS holder graded 67 PPQ Superb Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£150 - £200)

498)

499)

500)

Straits Settlements 1 Dollar dated 1st January 1935 L/23 69190, Pick16b, portrait KGV at right & tiger on reverse, in PCGS holder graded 58 PPQ Choice About New - Perfect Paper Quality (£300 - £400)

Sudan (4) 5 Pounds dated 1966 Pick9c about VF, 1 Pound dated 1966 Pick8c about EF, 50 Piastres dated 1964 Pick7a Fine with some dirt, 25 Piastres dated 1968 Pick6c tiny edge nick good Fine, scarce series (£180 - £250) Sudan (42) 100 dinars 1994 Pick56a (7), 200 dinars 1998 Pick57b (7), 500 dinars 1998 Pick58b (7), 1000 dinars 1996 Pick59c (7), 2000 dinars 2002 Pick62a (7) and 5000 dinars 2002 Pick63a (7), a few with edge flicks otherwise UNC (£100 - £150)

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519)

Sudan £5 SPECIMEN dated 1970 series D/00 0000000, diagonal Cancelled overprints, Rhino watermark, Pick14a(s), small mark top edge, about UNC to UNC (£80 - £160)

(£20 - £40) 537)

Sudan 50 piastres SPECIMEN dated 1987 series B/63 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick38s, UNC (£20 - £40)

538)

Sudan 5000 dinar SPECIMEN No.0000536 dated 2002 series TA 00000000, Pick62s, UNC (£30 - £60)

520)

Sudan £5 SPECIMEN dated 1971 series 000000, diagonal Cancelled overprints, Arms watermark, Pick14b(s), about UNC to UNC (£80 - £160)

521)

Sudan £5 SPECIMEN dated 1981 series D/1 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick19s, about UNC to UNC (£50 - £100)

539)

Swaziland Central Bank 20 Emalangeni dated 1981 series D594705, Pick7a, scarce commemorative issue Diamond Jubilee of King Sobhuza II, EF (£200 - £250)

522)

Sudan £5 SPECIMEN dated 2011 without serial numbers, faint black overprint in English, Pick72a(s), UNC (£20 £40)

540)

Syria (2) 500 Pounds ERROR no signatures or date of issue & 500 Pounds standard issue as comparison note, dated 1998, Pick110, Uncirculated (£40 - £80)

523)

Sudan £5 SPECIMEN dated 2011 without serial numbers, faint black overprint in English, Pick72a(s), UNC (£20 £40)

541)

524)

Sudan £50 SPECIMEN dated 1984 series G/1 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick29s, UNC (£100 £200)

Syria Banque de Syrie et du Grand-Liban 1 Pound dated 1st February 1935 series E.344 065, Pick34, pinholes and small edge nicks corner piece missing, VG and scarce (£150 - £300)

542)

525)

Sudan £50 SPECIMEN dated 1985 series G/6 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick36s, corner flick only, about UNC to UNC (£60 - £120)

Tanzania (2) SPECIMEN 20 Shillings No.42 series A000000 & 100 Shillings No.14 series R000000 issued 1966, Pick3 & Pick5, Thomas de la Rue red oval specimen seals in top left & bottom right corners, 2 punched holes through signatures, Uncirculated (£100 - £150)

526)

Sudan £50 SPECIMEN dated 1985 series G/6 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick36s, corner flick only, about UNC to UNC (£60 - £120)

543)

Tibet 100 Srang issued 1942 - 1959, Pick11b, short script, holes and edge nicks, EF (£40 - £60)

544)

Sudan £50 SPECIMEN No.0122 dated 2011 series FD00000000, large red overprint in English, Pick75a(s), UNC (£30 - £60)

Tripolitania 50 Lire issued 1943, Military Authority British Occupation of Libya during WW2, PickM5a, about EF (£50 - £70)

545)

Sudan 10 dinars SPECIMEN No.0000603 dated 1993 series HA 0000000, red overprint in English, Pick52s, UNC (£30 - £60)

Tunisia (2) 5 Dinars 1960 Pick 59 Arabic numerals C/5 0891726 VF, 1 Dinar 1958 issue Pick 58 B/17 723971 Near VF with some folds (£65 - £75)

546)

Tunisia 1000 Francs Banque de L’Algerie overprint on France 100 Francs (Pick65 old date 1892), provisional issue during German occupation WW2 1942 - 1943, Pick31, about Uncirculated (£80 - £120)

547)

Turkey SPECIMEN 50 Lira Law 1930 series E1 00000, Pick142As, Gecmez overprint in red, 4 punched holes, Uncirculated (£160 - £220)

548)

United Arab Emirates Currency Board 10 Dirhams ND first issue 1973, Pick3a, rippled paper, Uncirculated (£200 £250)

549)

United Arab Emirates Currency Board 100 Dirhams first issue 1973, Pick5a, good Fine to about VF (£80 - £120)

550)

Sudan 50 piastres perforated SPECIMEN No.1496 dated 1968, overprinted Cancelled in red, series B/00 0000000, Pick7c(s), UNC (£100 - £200)

USA 15 Shillings dated 1st October 1773, PickS2540F, Pennsylvania, ‘to counterfeit is DEATH’ on back, printed by Hall & Sellers, surface dirt, good Fine (£100 - £150)

551)

Sudan 50 piastres SPECIMEN dated 1970 series B/00 0000000, diagonal Cancelled overprints, Pick12a(s), UNC (£40 - £80)

USA 5 Dollars dated 1914 blue seal series D70952288A, Pick359b, signed White & Mellon, Lincoln at centre, about VF (£80 - £120)

552)

USA Federal Reserve Bank National Currency $5 dated 1918, a low series number D240A, signed Teehee & Burke at top, Baxter & Fancher below, issued in Cleveland, Ohio, Pick373 (Friedberg 785), lightly pressed, looks about UNC (£500 - £800)

527)

528)

529)

Sudan 25 piastres SPECIMEN dated 1985 series A/160 0000000, red diagonal Cancelled overprints, Pick30s, UNC (£20 - £40)

530)

Sudan 25 piastres SPECIMEN dated 1985 series A/160 0000000, red diagonal Cancelled overprints, Pick30s, UNC (£20 - £40)

531)

Sudan 5 dinars SPECIMEN No.000080 dated 1993 series GA 0000000, red overprint in English, Pick51s, UNC (£20 - £40)

532)

Sudan 5 dinars SPECIMEN No.000081 dated 1993 series GA 0000000, red overprint in English, Pick51s, UNC (£20 - £40)

533)

534)

535)

Sudan 50 piastres SPECIMEN dated 1981 series B/1 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick17s, UNC (£30 - £60)

536)

Sudan 50 piastres SPECIMEN dated 1987 series B/63 000000, red overprints in English & Arabic, Pick38s, UNC

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including Commonwealth issues QEII and KGVI, mixed grades, needs viewing (£1,000 - £1,500)

553)

USA Federal Reserve Note (13), 50 Dollars, 20 Dollars, 10 Dollars (3), 5 Dollars (3), 2 Dollars (4), 1 Dollar silver certificate, $124 face value, date range 1957 - 2009, mixed grades (£80 - £120)

554)

USA Federal Reserve Note 100 Dollars ERROR dated 2006 series KB20894700L, Pick528, scarce fold over & cutting error, in PCGS holder graded 45PPQ extremely Fine, perfect paper quality (£400 - £600)

555)

556)

World & GB group (78), Scotland (45), GB (21), Northern Ireland (3), World (9) a good assortment with strength in Scotland, some earlier dates seen, in mixed grades (£700 - £1,200) World (11) Argentina 5 Pesos (7) issued 1951, series H and G, some consecutively numbered notes, Pick264d, VF to good VF, 1 Peso issued 1948, series M, Pick257, good EF, Iceland 10 Kronur Law of 1928, no serial prefix, Pick33a, good EF, France 10 Centimes (2) issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair A.6 563102 & A.6 563103, Franco Belgian railways administration in Occupied German Territories, PickSR2, in ICG holder graded Gem UNC 68 (£30 - £50)

557)

World (13) small lot of world notes from Russia, Turkey and Asia, mixed grades (£100 - £200)

558)

World (153) mostly pre-World War II includes some large types, in mixed circulated grades (£80 - £120)

559)

World (198) includes Germany, Greece and Russian issues, includes some larger types, in mixed circulated grades (£95 - £125)

560)

World (236) mixed lot, some commonwealth, allied military currency, notgeld and many other countries in mixed circulated grades (£60 - £80)

561)

World (272) good selection with better types seen,

562)

World (29) Middle East, Asia & Africa, including Mauritania 200 Ouguiya (2) dated 1974 Pick5a good EF & EF, Afghanistan 20 Afghanis (17) issued 1973 Pick48a, others (10), most Uncirculated or about (£60 - £80)

563)

World (3) Commemorative notes, Estonia 10 Krooni dated 2008 in presentation folder with 1 Kroon coin, Pick90 for banknote type, Belarus 20 Rubles 1991 - 2001 10th anniversary of National Bank in presentation folder, Pick33, Australia 10 Dollars issued 1988 in presentation folder, Pick49a (£30 - £50)

564)

World (43) Middle East & North Africa, Saudi Arabia (3), Qatar (4), Oman (8), Kuwait (2), UAE (3), Bahrain (4), Iran (3), Syria (3), Yemen (5), Sudan (6), Morocco (1), Libya (1), mixed grades (£120 - £150)

565)

World (630 plus) including Commonwealth, Germany, India, Cyprus and many more, in mixed grades (£400 £500)

566)

World a mixed group (200 plus) in mixed grades (£50 £70)

567)

World accumulation in a shoebox (420 plus) in mixed grades plus 2 Canada $1 coins (£50 - £100)

568)

World estimated by weight to be (1,650) generally from circulation (£75 - £150)

569)

World in album (33), including Germany, Ceylon, Maldives and others, mixed grades (£40 - £100)

570)

World includes some large types, in mixed grades (lot, over 440) (£200 - £250)

571)

World including Band of England £20, Huddersfield Bank One Pound One Shilling 1813, an earlier Asian note, mostly in high grade in an album, with others loose (lot) (£125 - £225)

572)

Yemen Arab Republic 50 Rials issued 1971 series A/2 001176, Pick10, signature 4 Ahmad Abdu Said, pressed EF (£80 - £100)

573)

Zaire SPECIMEN (7), 5 Zaires 1979 Pick22, 10 Zaires 1979 Pick24, 100 Zaires 1988 Pick33, 500 Zaires 1989 Pick34, 2000 Zaires 1991 Pick36, 20000 Zaires 1991 Pick39 & 100000 Zaires 1992 Pick41, all zero serial numbers, about UNC to UNC (£80 - £120)

574)

Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars dated 2008 scarce Replacement note series ZA0007799, Pick91r, largest denomination issued, in PCGS holder graded 65 PPQ Gem New, Perfect Paper Quality (£100 - £200)

English Cased and Proof Items (lots 575- 711) 575)

1887 Golden Jubilee Currency Set Victoria 11 Coins Gold Five Pounds to Threepence GEF-UNC, many coins with good lustre or attractive tone, contained in the Spink brown box with 1887 in gold lettering on the lid, the box in fair condition, reported to be from an old family collection a very high grade and pleasing set (£3,500 - £4,500)

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issue with certificates (£500 - £800)

576)

1887 Golden Jubilee Set Victoria 17 Coins Gold Five Pounds to Sixpence, Maundy Set and bronze Penny Farthing VF - UNC, contained in a red box with SPECIMEN COINS 1887 on the lid (£2,000 - £3,000)

577)

1887 Jubilee Set 9 coins Sovereign, Half Sovereign and Crown to Silver Threepence VF-EF in a maroon case (£450 - £650)

578)

Britannia 2006 Golden Silhouette Collection (5 coins) Britannia £2 Silver Proofs with gold plated highlights nFDC with minor toning, in the black box of issue with certificate (£200 - £250)

579)

Britannia 2007 20th Anniversary Silver Proof One Pound Collection a 6-coin set comprising the six different previously issued designs each dated 2007 FDC in the black case of issue with certificate (£100 - £120)

580)

Britannia Gold 2015 5-coin Proof Set comprising One Ounce £100, Half Ounce £50, Quarter Ounce £25, One Tenth Ounce £10 and One Twentieth Ounce £1 all in NGC holders and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, ‘One of the first 100 struck’ in the box of issue with certificate (£2,100 £2,500)

581)

Britannia Gold 2016 5-coin Proof Set comprising One Ounce £100, Half Ounce £50, Quarter Ounce £25, One Tenth Ounce £10 and One Twentieth Ounce £1 all in NGC holders and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, ‘One of the first 50 struck’ in the box of issue with certificate and booklet (£2,500 - £3,000)

582)

Britannia Gold 2016 a 3-coin set ‘The Changing Face of Britain’ the premium 3-coin set comprising £50 Half Ounce, £25 Quarter Ounce and £10 One Tenth Ounce FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,200)

583)

Britannia Gold Ten Pounds One Tenth Ounce (5) 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 nFDC to FDC in the boxes of

584)

Britannia Silver Proof Set 1997 nFDC with a hint of toning, in the box of issue with certificate, Britannia Silver Two Pounds 2004 (2) UNC still sealed on the Royal Mint cards of issue, South Africa 5 Rand 1994 Presidential Inauguration Proofs (2) nFDC in the slide cases of issue, South Africa 2 Rand 1989 Proof nFDC in the slide case of issue, South Africa Mint Sets 1995 (2) UNC in the South Africa Mint wallets of issue (£100 - £150)

585)

Britannia Silver Proof Set 2001 (4 coins) nFDC in the box of issue with certificate as part of a group of GB and World Proof and Mint Sets (6) and Singles (76) includes many in silver largely UNC to FDC some boxed (£400 - £750)

586)

Britannia Silver Proof Set 2007 Four coin set FDC cased as issued with certificate (£100 - £120)

587)

Britannia Silver Proof Sets (2) 2001 and 2005 both nFDC with light toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£150 - £250)

588)

Britannia Silver Proof Sets (2) 2010 nFDC, 2011 nFDC both with very light toning (£200 - £250)

589)

Britannia Silver Proof Sets (2) 2010 nFDC, 2011 nFDC both with very light toning (£200 - £250)

590)

Britannia Silver Set 2006 the Golden Silhouette Collection a 5-coin set each with different Two Pounds designs (S.4500A, 4501A, 4502A, 4503A, 4504A) all with selected gold plating of the obverse and reverse an impressive set Proof nFDC housed in the original case of issue with booklet (£300 - £350)

591)

Britannia Silver Ten Pounds 2010 5oz. Silver Proof, in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, in the impressive box of issue with certificate, One of the First 500 struck (£180 - £220)

592)

Britannia Silver Two Pounds in LCGS holders (5) 1998 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 94, 2003 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 94, 2008 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 94, 2009 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 95, 2011 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 94 (£100 £200)

593)

Crowns (4) 1887 GF/NVF, 1890 About VF/VF, 1894 LVII Fine, 1896 LX Good Fine, Shillings Charles I (2) Group E type 4.1, S.2797 mintmark Triangle, Good Fine with some weakness on the portrait, Group F Sixth Briot Bust S.2799 mintmark Star Fine, the reverse with some double striking to the shield, all in Jubilee Mint boxes (£125 - £175)

594)

Fifty Pence 2009 a 16-coin set commemorating the 40th Anniversary of introduction of the Fifty Pence Spink comprising an example of each design previously minted now dated 2009 Cupro-Nickel Proofs FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with booklet (includes the 2009 Kew Gardens issue) (£180 - £220)

595)

Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£600 - £700)

596)

Fifty Pence 2016 Battle of Hastings Gold Proof FDC The Date That Made History cased as issued with certificate only 500 issued (£500 - £600)

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597)

Fifty Pence 2016 Beatrix Potter - Squirrel Nutkin Silver Proof with coloured reverse, S.H36 set in a transparent case similar to a paperweight FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£75 - £125)

598)

Fifty Pences (2) 2016 Beatrix Potter - Squirrel Nutkin Silver Proof with coloured reverse, S.H36 set in a transparent case similar to a paperweight FDC in the box of issue with certificate, 2016 Beatrix Potter - Jemima PuddleDuck Silver Proof with coloured reverse, S.H35, set in a transparent case similar to a paperweight, nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, the coin has worked slightly loose in the holder (£150 - £175)

599)

Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Silver Proof, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof, Two Pounds (4) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof, 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof Piedfort, One Pound Silver Proof Piedforts (2) 1993, 1994, One Pound Silver Proofs (8) 1989 (2), 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, Fifty Pences (2) 1992/3 EU Presidency Silver Proof Piedfort, 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof Piedfort, Ten Pence 1992 Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pence 1990 Silver Proof Piedfort, Five Pence 1990 a 2-coin set Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games UNC in the wallet of issue, Cyprus One Pound 1986 World Wildlife Fund UNC in the wallet of issue, New Zealand Year Set 1991 (7 coins) UNC in the wallet of issue (£175 - £225)

600)

Five Pound Crown 2004 Platinum Piedfort 100th Anniversary of the Entente Cordiale, 94.2 grammes of .9995 Platinum, number 105 of just 501 issued FDC and cased as issued with certificate (£3,000 - £3,500)

601)

Five Pound Crown 2017 Centenary of the House of Windsor Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,600 - £2,000)

602)

Five Pound Crown 2017 Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire Jubilee Gold Proof in an NGC holder graded PF69 Ultra Cameo ‘One of the First 50 struck’ in presentation box with certificate (£1,800 - £2,200)

603)

Five Pound Crowns (2) 2009 Stonehenge Silver Proofs S.4931 FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£80 £100)

604)

Five Pound Crowns (2) 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill Silver Proof Piedfort S.L38 FDC in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, with certificate, One of the first 650 struck, 2015 50th Anniversary of the Death of Sir Winston Churchill Silver Proof S.L38 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £120)

605)

Five Pound Crowns (2) 2015 the Birth of the Second Child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Princess Charlotte) S.L40 Silver Proof, 2015 Christening of Princess Charlotte S.L41 Silver Proof both FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£100 - £120)

606)

Five Pound Crowns (28) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday (2), 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday, 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding, 2000 Millennium, 2000 Queen Mother Centenary, 2001 Victoria Centenary, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday, 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding, 2008 Prince of Wales

60th Birthday, 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary (2), 2009 Countdown to the 2012 Olympics, 2010 Countdown to the 2012 Olympics, 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton (4), 2011 Countdown to the 2012 Olympics, 2012 London Olympics (5), 2012 London Paralympics, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee, 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee, UNC all except the first in the wallets of issue, Two Pounds (8) 1994 Tercentenary of the Bank of England, 1995 UN 50th Anniversary, 1995 Peace Dove, 1996 Euro 96 Football, 1997, 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II (with medal), 2015 Britannia’s Renaissance, 2015 World War I Navy, UNC in the wallets of issue, Two Pounds (2) 2011 Mary Rose UNC in capsule, 2011 King James Bible Proof nFDC in capsule, Two Pounds a 2-coin set 1989 Bill and Claim of Rights UNC in the wallet of issue, One Pound (5) 1994 Scotland, 1995 Wales (2), 1996 Northern Ireland, 1997 England, UNC in the wallets of issue, Fifty Pence (3) 1994 D-Day Landings, 2010 100 Years of Girl Guiding, 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, UNC in the wallets of issue, Fifty Pences 2009 Kew Gardens (2) NEF in capsules, Fifty Pences (32) 2009 Blue Peter Olympic Games Winners Edition (3) UNC on the cards of issue, 2011 Olympic issues (29) one of each design UNC in the packs of issue, London Sports 2012 Completer medallions (2) UNC in the packs of issue, Medal 2009 50th Anniversary of the Mini UNC on the card of issue, Last £sd set 1965-1967 (8 coins) UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, World (9) Jersey Five Pound Crowns (6) 2011 Remembrance Day, 2012 Remembrance Day, 2013 Remembrance Day, 2013 Coronation Diamond Jubilee, 2014 Remembrance Day, 2015 Remembrance Day, Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday, Alderney Two Pounds 1994 D-Day Landings UNC, Guernsey Five Pound Crown 2004 60th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings UNC, some on the cards of issue (£240 - £280) 607)

Five Pound Crowns a 4-coin mixed set comprising 2010 Giants Causeway Silver Proof with red logo on the reverse, 2010 Weathervane Silver Proof with red logo on the reverse, 2010 British Fauna Silver Proof with red logo on the reverse, Countdown to London Olympics 2011 Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in the long box with the individual certificates for each coin (£120 - £140)

608)

GB and a few World sets (24) and singles (10), in mixed grades many UNC in the packs of issue, along with two mint rolls of Decimal Halfpennies 1971 (total 100 coins) Lustrous UNC and some additional empty boxes including two Westminster boxes, along with a small group of modern Paper Money (£200 - £250)

609)

GB and World (14) GB (7) Five Pound Crown 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof FDC in the card wallet with certificate, Two Pounds Britannia (2) 2002, 2004 UNC with Westminster certificates, Two Pounds 1999 Rugby World Cup, Silver Proof Piedfort with hologram reverse, nFDC boxed, no certificate, One Pound (2) 1990 Silver Proof, 2001 Silver Proof, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Crown 1981 Royal Wedding of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer Silver Proof nFDC boxed with Westminster certificate, British Virgin Islands Proof Set 1973 nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, World (7) Australia Dollar 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, Gibraltar Crown 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, Isle of Man Crown 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, St. Helena Fifty Pence 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, Cook Islands Dollar 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, Cayman Islands (2) 2002 Golden Jubilee Silver Proof with gold highlighting on the obverse, 2003 Two Dollars Royal

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624)

One Pound 25th Anniversary Silver Proof Collection a 14-coin set 2008 all different designs and dated 2008 the reverses with fine gold highlighting, nFDC to FDC in the case of issue with all certificates (£200 - £250)

625)

One Pound 4-coin sets (2) 1994-1997, 1999-2002 and four parts of a 5-coin set 2003-2006 (missing the 2007) nFDC to FDC a few coins with light toning, in the boxes of issue with certificates (£80 - £120)

626)

One Pound Pattern 4-coin sets (2) 2003 Bridges, 2004 Heraldic Beasts Silver Patterns, FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, One Pound a 4-coin set 2004-2007 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£140 - £180)

627)

One Pound Pattern Set 2003 a Four-coin set in Gold depicting famous bridges Spink PPS2 FDC cased as issued with certificate (£1,750 - £2,250)

628)

Proof Set 1902 (11 coins) the short Matt Proof issue Sovereign - Maundy Penny nFDC the Sovereign with some light hairlines, the Sixpence with very minor cabinet friction, the silver lightly toned and nicely matched, in the red case of issue this in good condition (£1,000 - £1,400)

629)

Proof Set 1902 (13 coins) the Long set Matt Proof issues Five Pounds to Maundy Penny, the Crown GEF/UNC with the obverse cleaned, others UNC to nFDC some of the silver with minor tone spots, in the red octagonal box of issue, this in fair condition (£5,000 - £6,000)

630)

Proof Set 1911 the 8-coin silver set Halfcrown - Maundy Penny UNC to nFDC with matching tone, and a small stain on the Maundy Penny, in the red box of issue, this in fair condition (£850 - £950)

631)

One Pound 1999-2002 a 4-coin set Special Frosted Finish (Reverse frosting) nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£70 - £90)

Proof Set 1927 (6 coins) Crown to Silver Threepence nFDC-FDC with a pleasant and matching grey with a hint of tone in the original hard red case of issue, a nice set (£400 - £500)

632)

One Pound 1999-2002 a 4-coin set Special Frosted Finish (Reverse frosting) nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£70 - £90)

Proof Set 1927 (6 coins, Crown to Threepence) Crown EF/AU, the others UNC to nFDC, in the red box of issue, this in good condition (£350 - £450)

633)

Proof Set 1927 (6 coins, Crown to Threepence) UNC to nFDC the Shilling with a handling mark, in the red case

Horticultural Society Silver Proof with gold highlighting on the obverse, nFDC to FDC in capsules with certificates, Medallic First Day Covers The Marriage of the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles (2) UNC as issued with stamps, plus a further group of GB and World Crown-sized (9) some Proofs includes some silver items these mostly UNC to FDC (£210 - £260) 610)

611)

GB and World INA Retro Fantasy Crowns (35) a wide variety includes some on 45 gram flans, generally Lustrous UNC (£90 - £120) GB and World Proof and Mint sets (28, includes some Westair Reproduction sets) and singles (43) includes some in silver , also Decimal Fifty Pence (29) 2010 100 Years of Girl Guiding, 2011 Olympic issues (28) in LCGS holders grades LCGS 75 - LCGS 94 (£400 - £600)

612)

GB and World Silver Crown-sized (36) the majority GB and USA includes many modern silver Proofs, in mixed grades, modern items largely UNC to FDC, in a Westminster case (£325 - £450)

613)

GB/Canada a 2-coin set comprising GB Two Pounds 2001 Marconi Silver Proof and Canada Five Dollars 2001 Marconi Silver Proof FDC in the oval box of issue with certificate (£40 - £60)

614)

Half Sovereign 1980 Proof S.SB1 nFDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150)

615)

Half Sovereign 1980 Proof UNC in a presentation box, Two Pounds (2) 1995 50th Anniversary of the United Nations Silver Proof, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof, One Pound 1996 Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games UNC in a slide case, Marshall Islands Ten Dollars 1994 Allied Forces, struck in Brass UNC in capsule with certificate, Medal Birmingham Centenary Festival 1989 Prooflike UNC in red presentation box (£220 - £260)

616)

Half Sovereign 1987 Proof FDC cased as issued with certificate (£100 - £175)

617)

Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SB3 Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£175 - £275)

618)

Half Sovereign 1995 Proof and Britannia Gold Ten Pounds 1995 Proof both FDC in a 2-coin set in the box of issue with certificates (£200 - £300)

619)

Half Sovereign 2003 Proof S.SB4 FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£100 - £150)

620)

Half Sovereigns a 2-coin set 2005 and 2006 Proofs FDC in the black box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

621)

Numismatic First Day Covers (44) in 5 albums, also includes other first day covers and stamp, the stamps include some errors, mostly EF to UNC as issued (£100 - £200)

622)

623)

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of issue, this with some small marks (£400 - £500) 634)

Proof Set 1937 (4 coins) Five Pounds to Half Sovereign UNC to nFDC, generally with minor hairlines and the odd contact mark, the Two Pounds with a long thin scratch on the reverse, this possibly done at the time of striking, the Sovereign with some minor tone spots visible under magnification, in the original case of issue, this in good condition (£7,500 - £12,500)

issue, Fifty Pence a 6-coin set 1973/1978/1982/19923/1994/1997 Fine to EF in a sealed plastic wallet, Gibraltar Five Pounds 2006 Proof in capsule, Jersey Two Pounds 1998 Wildlife Fund Unc in the White folder of issue (£200 - £250) 642)

Proof Set 2000 Deluxe, Five Pound Crowns (3) 2000 Queen Mother Centenary Silver Proof Piedfort, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Silver Proof, 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof, Two Pounds 2005 60th Anniversary of the End of World War II Silver Proof, One Pound 2002 Silver Proof Piedfort, Fifty Pence 2006 a 2-coin set Victoria Cross - The Award and the Heroic Acts, Silver Proofs, Crowns (2) 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof, 1981 Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Silver Proof, Medal 2006 Queen’s 80th Birthday Silver Lenticular Medal, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, Two Pounds Silver Britannias (3) 1999, 2002, 2007 UNC the last two in the packs of issue, Crown 1953 UNC (£150 - £300)

643)

Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy aFDC some coins with light toning, in the velvet box with certificates of issue (£125 - £175)

644)

Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy Money a couple of coins with a hint of toning, otherwise FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£125 - £175)

635)

Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy A/UNC to nFDC and toned, the Brass Threepence, Penny and Farthing lightly cleaned on the obverses (£200 - £300)

645)

Proof Set 2000 Millennium Silver Collection the 13 coin set with Maundy Money, nFDC with light gold toning, in the original case of issue with certificate (£125 - £175)

636)

Proof Set 1937 15 coin set Farthing - Crown with Maundy UNC to nFDC lacquered, the bronze toned, the Crown wedged in the box, and only viewed from the reverse (£200 - £300)

646)

Proof Set 2006 The Queens 80th Birthday Collection the 13 coin set with the Maundy Money all struck in silver nFDC with a hint of toning, cased as issued with certificate (£125 - £175)

637)

Proof Set 1937 Crown to Farthing (11 coins, does not include the Maundy coins) UNC to FDC, along with Postage stamps (16) all denominations One Shilling to Halfpenny, also includes the Coronation Commemorative Penny-Halfpenny issue, UNC in folder, in the London Mint Office box, also World War II 1939-1945 Collection of Banknotes. Stamps and Coins from many countries, as issued in the hardback green album, in the London Mint box (£160 - £200)

647)

Proof Set 2008 double set Emblems of Britain Silver Proof Collection FDC, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Collection FDC with both sets in the large black case of issue with certificates (£80 - £100)

648)

Proof Set 2008 double set Emblems of Britain Silver Proof Collection FDC, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Collection nFDC with hints of toning on some of the coins, both sets in the large black case of issue with certificates (£80 - £100)

649)

Proof Set 2008 Emblems of Britain Silver Proof Collection FDC in the large double case of issue with certificates and booklet (£40 - £60)

650)

Proof Set 2008 Executive Set (11 coins) FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £60)

651)

Proof Set 2008 in Gold Emblems of Britain and Royal Shield of Arms the double set (14 coins, 2 each of 1p,2p,5p,10p,20p,50p and £1 of the old and new designs) Gold Proof Collection FDC in the case of issue, each set containing 84.76 grammes of 22 carat gold, scarce and desirable thus (£4,000 - £6,000)

638)

Proof set 1951 (10 coins) Crown to Farthing UNC to FDC, with a few small spots, the bronze with some lustre, the Crown wedged in the box, in the maroon case of issue, this in good condition (£60 - £90)

639)

Proof Set 1951 nFDC the bronze fully lustrous, some minor hairlines on one or two coins otherwise choice, in the turquoise case (£60 - £90)

640)

Proof Set 1953 (10 Coins) UNC to nFDC lacquered, the bronze and brass lustrous, in the maroon box of issue this in good condition (£50 - £90)

641)

Proof Set 1970 nFDC, Royal Mint Year Sets (10) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1997, 2008, 2008 Double Set Royal Shield of Arms/Emblems of Britain, 2009 (includes Kew Gardens Fifty Pence), UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue, Two Pounds (2) 1986 Commonwealth Games, 1995 Peace Dove, Two Pounds 1989 a 2-coin set Bill and Claim of Rights, One Pound (3) 1984 Scotland, 1985 Wales, 1986 Northern Ireland, Fifty Pence a 2-coin set 1992 Britannia and EEC, UNC in the wallets of

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GB Five Pound Crown 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Cupro-Nickel UNC in the wallet of issue. Crowns (2) 1953 EF toned, 1977 VF, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday UNC (£150 - £300)

652)

653)

Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms in Platinum One Pound to One Penny (7 coins) along with Proof Set 2008 Emblems of Britain in Platinum One Pound to One Penny (7 coins), this set previously listed on the Royal Mint website as the ‘Completer Set’, housed along side each other in the Royal Mint Box, a spectacular and eyecatching set, Total weight 6.42 oz. of platinum, with the original promotional leaflet showing the Emblems of Britain set alone with a sale price of £4995, so original sale price the pair in the region of £10,000 FDC in the box of issue with certificates and booklets (£5,000 - £7,500)

Proof Set 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, a 7 coin set One Pound to Penny Silver Proofs FDC in the black box of issue with certificate, Proof set 2008 Emblems of Britain a 7-coin set On Pound to One Penny Silver Proofs FDC in the black box of issue with certificate, Cook Islands One Dollar 2007 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Jubilee a 13-coin set each piece having a different colour or black and white image of the Queen and Prince Philip on the reverse Gold plated cupro-nickel Proofs FDC in a Westminster box with certificates, Cook Islands One Dollar 2007 Diana Princess of Wales Photographic Portrait Collection a 12-coin set each reverse having a different portrait of Diana Gold plated Cupro-Nickel Proofs FDC in a Westminster box with certificate, Tristan da Cunha Crowns 2014 a 3-coin set Queen Elizabeth II 88th Birthday comprising Vivat Regina Portrait, Vivat Regina Shield and wreath, and Four Generations family portrait reverses Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate. Medals a 2-piece set Flying Scotsman 80th Anniversary with coloured Flying Scotsman and Sir Nigel Gresley Reverses respectively Silver Proofs FDC in the box of issue with certificate. GB Numismatic Cover Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding comprising Five Pound Crown 2007 Silver Proof FDC on cover with stamps, as issued in the Westminster wallet. Medal Diana Princess of Wales 1997 Memorial 77mm diameter in bronze UNC in the Westminster box of issue.

654)

Proof Set 2009 (12 coins) Deluxe FDC in the black leather case (£90 - £120)

655)

Proof Set 2009 12 coins all struck in Silver Five Pounds Henry VIII, Two Pounds (3) Darwin, Robert Burns and standard issues, Fifty Pence Kew Gardens 250th Anniversary, plus the Royal Shield of Arms set in Silver One Pound to One Penny nFDC-FDC in the black box of issue with certificate (£200 - £250)

656)

Proof Set 2009 Executive Set (12 coins) FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£110 - £130)

657)

Proof Set 2009 Standard set (12 coins) FDC in the black box of issue with booklet (£80 - £100)

658)

Proof Set 2010 Executive Set (13 coins), 2010 Deluxe set both FDC in the cases of issue (£90 - £120)

659)

Proof Set 2011 Executive Set (14 coins) FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£50 - £60)

660)

Proof Sets (10) Flat packs (2) 1970 (Case cracked), 1973, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (5) 1988, 1989, 1993, 1994, 1995, Standard Sets (3) 2008, 2009, 2010, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, the 1973 set with toning, Two Pounds 2012 Handover to Rio 2016 Silver Proof FDCD in the box of issue with certificate, Royal Mint Year Sets 2013 Annual Set (15 coins, Five Pound Crown to Penny), 2014 Annual Set (14 coins, Five Pound Crown to Penny), 2015 Annual Set (13 coins, Five Pound Crown to Penny), 2016 (16 coins, includes all six Two Pound issues, Five Pound Crown to Penny) UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£175 - £250)

661)

Proof Sets (25) Blue Sets (2) 1983, 1984, Red Leather Deluxe Sets (23) 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 (2) nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue a few earlier pieces with toning (£250 - £500)

662)

Proof Sets (25) Flat Packs (10) 1970, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Blue Sets (11) 1983, 1984 (3), 1985 (2), 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, Deluxe Set 2000, Executive Sets (3) 2000, 2003 (2) nFDC to FDC some sets with toning (£125 - £175)

663)

Proof Sets (3) Blue Set 1994, Red Leather Deluxe 1999, Standard set 2000, FDC in the boxes of issue, Two Pounds (3) 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof Piedfort, 1995 Peace Dove Silver Proof (2), Crown 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Five Pound Crowns (3) 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday, 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding, 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday, Two Pounds (2) 1996 Euro 96 Football, 1997, UNC in the packs of issue, Medal 1994 Opening of Buckingham Palace UNC still sealed in the wallet of issue, Jersey Five Pound Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Silver Proof FDC with gold portrait, in capsule with certificate, Plastic Set 1953 UNC, and a tin containing Five Pound Crowns to Farthings includes Penny 1909 dot variety, in mixed grades (£125 - £175)

664)

Proof Sets (30) Flat Packs (13) 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973,

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665)

1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, Blue Sets (17) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, nFDC to FDC in the cases of issue, Falkland Islands Proof Set 1982 nFDC cased, Two Pounds 1986 Commonwealth Games Silver Proof, Fifty Pence 1994 D-Day Landings Silver Proof, Crowns 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proofs (2), Five Pence a 2-coin set 1990 Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, Medal 1986 The Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, Royal Mint Year Set 1983, Five Pound Crown 2000 Millennium, One Pound 1983, First Day Numismatic Covers 1981 Royal Wedding Crown and stamps (2), UNC as issued, Last £sd set Elizabeth II Crown to Farthing mixed dates UNC in a slide case, along with GB and World 19th and 20th Century issues in several bags mostly in base metal in mixed grades (£250 - £350)

673)

Silver Britannia Two Pounds 2014 (40) UNC in two tubes (£600 - £1,000)

674)

Sovereign 1980 Proof S.SC1 nFDC in the green box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

675)

Sovereign 1993 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £275)

676)

Sovereign 2003 Proof S.SC4 nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£200 - £300)

677)

Sovereign 2004 UNC encapsulated with a first class stamp and date stamped 1st Jan 2014 boxed with certificate (£200 - £300)

678)

Sovereign 2015 Rank-Broadley Portrait S.SC7 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£225 - £275)

Proof Sets (31) Silver Set 1996 (7 coins, One Pound to One Penny), Flat Packs (26) 1970 (4), 1971 (3), 1973, 1974 (2), 1975, 1976 (2), 1978, 1979, 1980 (4), 1981 (4, one without the card case), 1982 (3), Blue Set 1985, Deluxe Set 2000, Executive Sets (2) 2000 (lid detached), 2002, Royal Shield of Arms 2008, nFDC to FDC some sets with toning, along with a further group of empty boxes (13) from modern Proof items (£200 - £250)

679)

Sovereign 2017 Piedfort Proof, the Royal Mint Website states that the entire mintage of 3500 pieces is ‘reserved’ FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£850 - £950)

680)

Sovereign 2017 with 200 Year privy mark Lustrous UNC, in holder along with First Class stamp, in a Datestamp box with certificate, only 995 issued (£200 - £275)

681)

Sovereigns (2) 1887M Jubilee Head First legend with small spread J.E.B , stops all in line S.3866D Fine, 1887M Second legend with G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3867B Fine/Good Fine, in a Hallmark box with certificate, both rare (£400 - £600)

682)

Sovereigns a 2-coin set 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign and 1991, both Proof FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£1,100 - £1,300)

683)

Sovereigns a 2-coin set comprising GB Sovereign 2000 Proof and Jersey 2000 Sovereign Proof both FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£400 - £600)

684)

Ten Pounds 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£250 - £350)

685)

Ten Pounds 2015 100th Anniversary of the First World War 5 oz. Gold Proof FDC in the impressive box of issue with certificate, number 41 of just 50 minted (£6,000 - £7,000)

666)

Proof Sets (4) 1950 and 1953 (3) Unc - FDC with some toning or light staining on some coins (£200 - £300)

667)

Proof Sets 1970/72/73/74/75/76/77/78/79/80/81/82/83 /85/86/87 (2), Silver Proof Two Pounds 1986, Crowns 1972 (2), 1977 (3), 1980 (2), 1981, Guernsey 1978 along with 50p EEC 1973 (2), Crown 1953, £5 1991 these base metal Unc Britain’s First Decimal Coins blue wallet sets (3), generally Unc - FDC and cased as issued some toning as usual (£150 - £250)

668)

669)

Proof Sets 2008 double sets (2) both Emblems of Britain Silver Proof Collection FDC, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms Silver Proof Collection FDC with both sets in the large black case of issue with certificates (£100 - £120) Quarter Sovereign 2010 Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£70 - £90)

670)

Queen Mary and Queen Mary II Medals and Ocean Liners stamps, the medals both Crown-sized and in silver (issued 2004) along with set of six stamps 1st, E, 68p, 57p, 47p and 42p UNC on the sheet as issued, in the box of issue with certificate (£30 - £50)

671)

Royal Mint Year Sets (31) 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Royal Shield of Arms, 2008 Emblems of Britain, 2008, 2009 (includes Fifty Pence Kew Gardens), 2010, 2011 Five Pound Crown to Penny, 2012 Five Pound Crown to Penny, UNC in the wallets of issue, Britannia Two Pounds Silver 2007 UNC on the card of issue, along with World Proof and mostly Mint sets (20) and singles (10) includes issues from Canada, New Zealand, Malta, Cyprus, Singapore, Australia, Seychelles, Philippines, Mauritius, Hong Kong and more UNC to FDC in the wallets of issue, also Greece an 8-coin set 1912-1973 10 Drachma to 1 Drachma in mixed grades (£300 - £400)

672)

Royal Mint Year Sets 2009 (3) two are ‘Baby’ sets, all contain the Fifty Pence Kew Gardens UNC in the Royal Mint wallets of issue (£450 - £550)

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686)

687)

Ten Pounds 2016 100th Anniversary of the First World War 5 oz. Gold Proof FDC in the impressive box of issue, number 22 of just 30 minted (£6,000 - £7,000)

696)

The Road to London 2012 Silver Ingots a 6-piece set comprising ingots dated 1908, 1948, 2005, 2012, 2008 and 2012, in base metal coated with 24 carat gold, nFDC to FDC in the Royal Mint folding case of issue with certificate and promotional leaflet (£20 - £40)

697)

The United Kingdom Proof Sovereign Two-Coin Gold Set 1989 comprising Sovereign 1989 and Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proofs FDC in the red box of issue with certificate (£1,275 - £1,500)

698)

The United Kingdom Silver Proof Coin Set 2011 (14 coin set) toning nFDC cased as issued with certificate (£100 £150)

699)

Two Pounds (2) 2014 Outbreak of World War I 100th Anniversary Silver Proof, 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London Silver Proof, Fifty Pence 2016 950th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings Silver Proof, FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£85 - £125)

700)

Two Pounds (3) 2016 Shakespeare Comedies K.38 Gold Proof, 2016 Shakespeare Histories S.K39 Gold Proof, 2016 Shakespeare Tragedies S.K40 Gold Proof all FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, only 300 minted of each type (£2,000 - £2,400)

701)

Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SD3 Proof nFDC in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£450 - £650)

702)

The 1990 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set, the three coin set Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign nFDC, the Sovereign with some toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£750 - £1,000)

Two Pounds 2011 500th Anniversary of the Launch of the Mary Rose S.K27 Gold Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650)

703)

The 2002 United Kingdom Gold Three Coin Sovereign Collection, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the original case of issue with certificate (£750 £1,500)

Two Pounds 2014 Lord Kitchener - First World War Gold Proof FDC on a Numismatic First Day Cover comprising coin and six stamps UNC , issued 28/7/2014 in the envelope of issue (£650 - £750)

704)

Two Pounds 2015 Chinese Lunar Year of the Sheep (2) S.5101 Silver Proofs FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates (£90 - £120)

705)

Two Pounds 2016 350th Anniversary of the Great Fire of London S.K42 Gold Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£650 - £750)

706)

United Kingdom 1985 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£1,750 - £2,500)

707)

United Kingdom 1989 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC, in The Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate of authenticity (£2,250 - £3,250)

Ten Pounds 2016 Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the black box of issue with certificate and booklet (£260 - £320)

688)

The 1988 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set, the three coin set Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£750 - £1,000)

689)

The 1989 United Kingdom 3-coin Gold Set Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proofs FDC in the case of issue with certificate (£1,000 - £1,300)

690)

691)

692)

693)

a 4-coin set comprising 2013 Gillick bust, S.L28 Silver Proof, 2013 Machin bust S.L29 Silver Proof, 2013 Maklouf bust, S.L30 Silver Proof, 2013 Rank-Broadley bust, S.L31 Silver Proof each in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo, One of the first 200 struck. In presentation box with certificate (£200 - £250)

The 2010 Mintmasters Gold Proof Sovereign 4-coin collection comprising Gold Five Pounds 2010 Proof, Two Pounds 2010 Proof, Sovereign 2010 Proof, Half Sovereign 2010 Proof all in NGC holders and each graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, in the box of issue with certificate, only 175 sets assembled in this format (£2,000 - £2,500) The 2010 Mintmasters Gold Proof Sovereign 5-coin collection comprising Gold Five Pounds 2010 Proof, Two Pounds 2010 Proof, Sovereign 2010 Proof, Half Sovereign 2010 Proof and Quarter Sovereign 2010 Proof all in NGC holders and each graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, along with Royal Mint medal, in the impressive box of issue with certificate, only 250 sets assembled in this format (£2,200 - £2,600)

694)

The British Empire Height of Prosperity, Sovereigns a 4-coin set comprising Sovereigns (4) 1900 GVF/NEF, 1901P VF/GVF, 1902M EF and lustrous with some contact marks, 1903S UNC or near so and lustrous (£800 - £1,200)

695)

The Queen’s Portrait Collection 2013 Five Pound Crowns

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- £350)

708)

United Kingdom 2003 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,750 - £2,250)

709)

United Kingdom 2004 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half Sovereign FDC boxed as issued with certificate (£1,750 - £2,250)

710)

711)

United Kingdom 2007 Gold Proof Four Coin Sovereign Collection, Gold Five Pounds to Half Sovereign, FDC in the Royal Mint’s presentation box with certificate (£1,750 - £2,250) United Kingdom 2009 Gold Proof Set a five-coin set Five Pounds to Quarter Sovereign nFDC-FDC the Sovereign with a hint of toning, in the box of issue with certificate (£1,850 - £2,500)

713)

A mixed group with Royal Mint Sets, silver and base metal cased and proof items, an album with coin and stamp coins and others (lot) (£150 - £250)

714)

Alderney Fifty Pounds 2009 Henry VIII 500th Anniversary of Accession Silver One Kilo FDC in the impressive box of issue with certificate (£550 - £650)

715)

Alderney/Guernsey/Jersey - The Coronation Anniversary Silver Proof Collection, Fifty Pences a 12-coin set 2003 Silver Proofs nFDC to FDC, lightly toning, in the box of issue with booklet (£80 - £120)

716)

Battle of Waterloo 200th Anniversary 1815-2015 a 6-medal set by Worcestershire Medal Service comprising 14 carat Gold medal 22mm diameter weighing 7 grammes Prooflike UNC, and Bronze medals (5) each 36mm diameter the obverses depicting George IV, Napoleon, Francis I of Austria, Tsar Alexander I of Russia and King Frederick William IIII of Prussia. The George IV medal is paired with a seated figure of Victory on the reverse, with inscription WATERLOO June 18 1815 and WELLINGTON, the other medals share a common reverse, that of a statue of a heraldic lion, with right front paw upon a sphere, in front of a silhouette of the Lion’s Mound at the Waterloo Battlefield in Belgium these also Prooflike UNC in the folder of issue (£120 - £160)

717)

China 300 Yuan 2002 One Kilo of .999 silver 20th Anniversary of the minting of the Chinese Gold Panda Coin, Obverse: Temple of Heaven, Reverse: Two Gold inserts with the 1982 and 2002 Panda designs, 1000 grammes of silver and 3 grammes of gold, KM#1416 Silver Proof, certificate number 003823 a spectacular coin, comes in the green presentation box with certificate (£2,000 - £2,500)

718)

China 300 Yuan 2005 KM#1587 One Kilo of .999 silver nFDC with minor toning on part of the obverse rim, in the box of issue with certificate (£800 - £1,000)

719)

China People’s Republic 300 Yuan 2013 1 Kilo of .999 silver nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£800 £1,000)

720)

China People’s Republic 300 Yuan 2013 1 Kilo of .999 silver nFDC in the box of issue with certificate (£800 £1,000)

721)

Costa Rica Proof Set 1970 (5 coins) KM#PS4 25 Colones, 20 Colones, 10 Colones, 5 Colones and 2 Colones nFDC to FDC in the beige case of issue with certificate, a seldom offered set (£120 - £150)

722)

Dahomey Proof Set 1971 (4 coins, in silver) KM#PS2 comprising 1000 Francs KM#4.1, 500 Francs as KM#3.1, 200 Francs KM#2.2 and 100 Francs KM#1.3 all with 1000 in oval, nFDC to FDC uncased (£100 - £200)

723)

Falkland Islands (2) Twenty Five Pounds (2) 1985 5oz. Silver Proof 100 Years of Self-sufficiency FDC in the box of issue with certificate, 1986 Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£120 - £150)

724)

Falkland Islands 25 Pounds 1992 400th Anniversary of the first sighting of the islands 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Cook Islands 100 Dollars 1991 Endangered Wildlife - African Elephant 5oz. Silver Proof

World Cased and Proof Items (lots 712- 764) 712)

75th Anniversary of Worldwide Scouting 1982-1983 a 10coin set from a variety of countries:- Ascension Islands, Cook Islands, East Caribbean States, Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Nepal, Sierra Leone, St. Helena, Tristan da Cunha and Turkey FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£300

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FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Pitcairn Islands Fifty Dollars 1990 Bicentenary of the First Settlement 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Medals (3) 1991 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Henry VIII UNC in silver with Matt Finish, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, 1990 Battle of Waterloo 175th Anniversary in silver UNC lightly toned in the Royal Mint box with certificate, 1990 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Silver Proof nFDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate (£280 - £360) 725)

726)

727)

FAO World Fisheries Conference 1983/4 a Royal Mint 12-coin set Silver Proofs, Crown-sized issues from Cape Verde, Ghana, Liberia, Maldives, Malta, Mozambique, Portugal, Sao Torme e Principe, Seychelles, Somalia, Turkey and Uruguay nFDC-FDC and housed in the original box, no certificate, the Turkish issue scarce (£500 - £600) FAO World Fisheries Conference 1983/4 a Royal Mint 8-coin set Silver Proof Piedforts, all but one Crown-sized, issues from Cape Verde, Ghana, Liberia, Mozambique, Sao Torme e Principe, Seychelles, Somalia and Uruguay nFDC-FDC and housed in the original box, no certificate (£500 - £600) Fiji Fifty Dollars 2012 R.M.S.Titanic 5 ounce ‘Mother of Pearl’ effect Silver Proof with certificate and share certificate for the International Mercantile Marine Company, nFDC in the impressive wooden box, issue limited to 750 pieces (£100 - £150)

728)

France 20 Francs 1812A KM#695.1 Fine or slightly better, in a London Mint box with certificate (£160 - £200)

729)

France 20 Francs 1814A KM#706.1 NVF/GF in a London Mint Office box with certificate (£160 - £200)

730)

France Proof Sets (7) 1974 (3), 1975, 1976, 1977 (2) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue (£120 - £150)

731)

GB and World including Silver crowns in Westminster cases, Royal Mint cased issues, medallic issue some from USA tourist attractions and more (lot) (£250 - £500)

732)

Historic Coins of the British Empire a 13-coin set in silver many Crown-sized from a variety of Commonwealth countries such as GB (2), New Zealand, South Africa, Bermuda, Ceylon, Seychelles, Australia, Canada, Southern Rhodesia, and India (2), in mixed grades to GEF all but one with certificates, in a Westminster box, The Golden Wedding Anniversary Silver Collection 1997 a 12-coin set in silver mostly Crown-sized Proof issues and in silver with gold-plated cameo from a host of Commonwealth countries, Guernsey, Bermuda, Malawi, Vanuatu, Barbados, Jamaica, East Caribbean States, Zambia, Pitcairn Islands, New Zealand, Fiji and Cayman Islands nFDC to FDC in a Westminster box with 14 Certificates (£240 - £425)

733)

Ireland Specimen Set 1928 (8 coins) Halfcrown to Farthing, A/UNC to UNC the bronze lustrous, some of the silver attractively toned, in the green box of issue (£160 - £200)

734)

Isle of Man One Tenth Noble 1994 Gold Proofs (4) each in an NGC holder and graded PF70 Ultra Cameo, Cataloguers note: curiously unlisted in gold by Krause, although the silver and platinum issues are listed (£400 £800)

735)

Isle of Man Proof Sets (3) 1976 Silver Set, nFDC cased with certificate, 1971 nFDC in the white box of issue, 1980

nFDC in the case of issue, Isle of Man Mint sets (2) 1978, 1980, UNC in slide cases, Isle of Man Crowns (10) 1974 Sir Winston Churchill Centenary Silver Proof, 1975 Manx Cat Silver Proof, 1976 USA Independence Silver Proof, 1976 Centenary of the Horse Tram Silver Proof, 1976 Death of Field Marshal Montgomery Silver Proof Silver Proof, 1977 Silver Jubilee Silver Proof (2), 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation Silver Proof, 1979 Tercentenary of Manx Coinage Silver Proof, 1980 Queen Mother 80th Birthday Silver Proof, nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, Isle of Man One Pound (3) 1978 Silver Proof FDC boxed with certificate, 1978 Virenium Proof nFDC boxed with certificate, and 1978 currency Lustrous UNC (£50 - £75) 736)

Isle of Man Sets (10) and Singles (19) includes some in silver and Crown-sized mostly UNC to FDC (£220 - £260)

737)

Isle of Man Silver Proof Crowns from the 1970s (11) One Pound Silver Proof these aFDC - FDC (some minor toning) cased as issued with certificates along with 5 coin silver proof crown set 1979 Millennium (£125 - £175)

738)

Jamaica 25 Dollars 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation KM#76 Silver Proof 135 grammes of .925 Silver FDC in the box of issue (£65 - £85)

739)

Jersey One Pound 1991-1994 Shipbuilding a 6-coin set comprising 1991 Gemini, 1991 The Percy Douglas, 1991 The Tickler, 1992 The Hebe, 1993 Century and 1994 Resolute Silver Proofs, FDC in the blue box of issue with certificates, The Second World War 50th Anniversary International Coin Collection a 9-coin set all in silver comprising issues from Alderney, France, Guernsey, Israel, Jersey, Netherlands, Norway, Russia and United Kingdom nFDC to FDC in the box of issue with certificate and booklet, New Zealand Proof Set 1990 (6 coins, the Two Dollars and One Dollar in silver) FDC in the red box of issue with certificate, New Zealand One Dollar 1992 Kiwi Silver Proof Piedfort, FDC in the box of issue, the box damaged, New Zealand Five Dollars 1992 25th Anniversary of Decimal Currency Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue the box damaged, New Zealand Coin and Banknote set The Kiwi Dollar Collection comprising Two Dollar and One Dollar Notes and coins from 1990 UNC in the folder of issue, Guernsey Numismatic First Day Cover comprising Two Pound 1989 Cupro-Nickel UNC plus stamps, on the envelope of issue, GB Ten Pence 1992 a 2-coin set Large and Small sizes Silver Proofs, FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Alderney Two Pounds 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Belize Numismatic First Day Cover One Dollar 1990 with stamps UNC on the envelope of issue, GB Crowns 1977 Silver Jubilee (2) EF-UNC, Five Pound Crowns (2) 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary UNC, 2005 Trafalgar UNC, plus an additional empty display box (£175 - £350)

740)

Jubilee Mint 1 gram 9 carat issues 2015 Winston Churchill, Princess Charlotte (2), QE II (cover), and Battle of Britain 8 coin set so 12 1 gram 9 carat coins in total, along with GB £2 2015 Battle of Britain Silver Proof in Jubilee Mint’s presentation box, 6 x Guernsey Gold Plated base metal crowns trains and QE II and Battle of Waterloo collectors pack incomplete (£150 - £250)

741)

Niue 50 Dollars 2015 Silver bar SS Gairsoppa, 311.83 grammes of .999 silver UNC in a London Mint Office box with certificate and booklet (£100 - £150)

742)

Niue Sixty Dollars 2013 Giants of Art - ‘The Creation

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743)

of Adam’ 5 Dollars (12 bars) each bar .999 silver and weighing 80 grammes KM#1218-1228 the 12 bars making up the entire scene in colour, Proof FDC in the large and impressive wooden box of issue with certificate and booklet, only 750 sets issued (£700 - £800)

749)

Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection a 24-coin set of Silver Crown sized coins from around the world 20022003 some with the portrait in 22-carat gold all cased FDC in an impressive wooden box, 23 coins with certificates (£250 - £350)

Oman One Rial Silver Proofs 1995 AH1416 a 20-coin set depicting the different castles and forts within the Sultanate of Oman all Silver Proof KM#PS6 FDC in the blue presentation box with certificate, seldom offered (£300 - £600)

750)

Rhodesia and Nyasaland Proof Set 1955 Silver issue (7 coins) KM#PS2 nFDC with some toning in the red case of issue (£200 - £250)

751)

Russia 100 Roubles 2005 60th Anniversary of the Victory over Germany Y#895 1 Kilo of .925 silver Proof FDC in capsule with certificate (£750 - £1,000)

752)

Russia 100 Roubles 2008 European Beaver Y#1143 1 Kilo of .925 silver, 100mm diameter, Proof FDC in capsule with certificate (£800 - £1,000)

753)

Russia 100 Roubles 2008 Udmurtiya, 450th Anniversary of the annexation into Russia Y#1120 1 Kilo of .925 silver, 100mm diameter, Proof FDC in capsule with certificate (£750 - £1,000)

744)

Pitcairn Islands Fifty Dollars 1989 Bicentenary of the Mutiny on the Bounty 5oz.Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£90 - £120)

745)

Proof Sets (2) 2008 Emblems of Britain Silver Proofs (7 coins, One Pound to One Penny, all in silver) and 1970 both Proof FDC in the black box of issue the 2008 set with certificate and booklet. Royal Mint Year Set 2009 UNC in the wallet of issue. Two Pounds Britannia 2010 UNC. Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2008 George and the Dragon Gold plated Silver Proof inset with six rubies UNC in the box of issue with certificate. Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2008 Queen’s Titles Gold Plated Silver Proof nFDC in the box of issue with certificate. Isle of Man Crown 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday Gold plated Silver Proof FDC in the folder of issue with certificate. South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Two Pounds 2006 Gold plated Silver Proof Lustrous UNC in the folder of issue with certificate. Seychelles 25 Rupees 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday - Princess Elizabeth and Sir Winston Churchill Gold plated Silver Proof nFDC in the folder of issue with certificate. Liberia 10 Dollars 2006 Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday - Birth of Prince Charles Gold plated Silver Proof nFDC in the folder of issue with certificate. Tristan da Cunha Five Pound Crowns a 2-coin set 2006 The Minting Error set comprising Five Pound Crown 2006 Silver Proof FDC and Five Pound Crown 2006 in cupro-nickel with misaligned die axis by around 100 degrees, UNC in the box of issue with certificate. The Coins of Britannia’s last Century an 11-coin set Edward VII to Elizabeth II gold and platinum plated in mixed grades. The Changing Face of Britain’s Coinage (5) Decimal and Pre-Decimal coinage plated and with painted highlights, in mixed grades in the London Mint Office folders with certificates (£150 - £300)

746)

Proof Sets Bahamas 1974 (9 coin set), Barbados 1973 (8 coin set), Belize 1974 (8 coin silver set), Cook Islands 1973 (7 coin set), Panama 1975 (9 coin set including 20 Balboas), Papua New Guinea 1975 (8 coin set), Trinidad & Tobago 1974 (8 coin set) FDC cased as issued with certificates all still with outer card cases some of these with small adhesive labels (£150 - £200)

747)

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Diamond Wedding an 18-coin set 2007 Silver Proof Crown-sized in silver, from a host of Commonwealth countries Alderney (3), GB, St. Helena (3), Cayman Islands (3), Fiji (2), Solomon Islands (3), East Caribbean States (2), nFDC-FDC in the box of issue, 17 with certificates (£280 - £320)

748)

Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection a 24coin set of Silver Crown sized coins from a host of Commonwealth countries 2002-2003 Golden Jubilee and Coronation Golden Jubilee Commemoratives, many with gold highlighted portrait, all cased FDC in an impressive wooden box, in the velvet bag with certificates (£250 £350)

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of countries nFDC to FDC in the box of issue 31 with certificates (£900 - £1,200) 760)

Tristan da Cunha Double Crown 2015 4 grammes of 9 carat gold, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Tristan da Cunha Double Crown 2014 Prince George First Birthday Proof 4 grammes of 9 carat gold, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, Tristan da Cunha/GB a 2-coin set 2014 Double Crown World War I Christmas Truce 4 grammes of 9 carat gold Proof FDC, and GB Shilling 1918 (signifying the ‘King’s Shilling’) Fine, in the box of issue with certificate, The George Cross a 3-piece set comprising Tristan da Cunha Double Crown 2015 in 9 carat gold Proof FDC, Tristan da Cunha Crown 2015 Silver Proof and a replica George Cross medal , in the box of issue with booklet, The Victoria Cross a 3- piece set 2014 comprising Tristan da Cuhna Double Crown Proof in 9 carat gold FDC, Tristan da Cunha Crown 2014 Silver Proof FDC and replica Victoria Cross Medal, in the box of issue with certificate, Gibraltar Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday a 7-piece set comprising Double Crown 2016 in 9 carat gold accented in white and rose gold, Crowns 2016 (5) the reverses with cruciform shields with crowns in the angles, the obverses one each having the Gillick, Machin, Maklouf, Rank-Broadley, and Maklouf 90th Birthday Effigies, in cupro-nickel, layered with silver and accented with gold, Halfcrown 2016 in cupro-nickel, layered in silver, FDC in the London Mint Office folder of issue with certificate and book (£400 - £700)

761)

Tristan da Cunha Ten Pounds 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton 5oz. Silver Proof FDC in the London Mint Office with certificate (£80 - £100)

762)

United Kingdom Golden Jubilee Gold Proof Set 2002 very impressive Royal Mint issue comprising 2002 £5 Crown, £2 ,£1, 50/20/10/5/2 and 1 Pence plus Maundy Money all struck in Gold. FDC in case of issue with certificate 0732 (£4,000 - £5,000)

754)

Russia Mint Set 1968 (9 coins, One Rouble to One Kopek) Scarce (the 10, 15 and 20 Kopek especially scarce) UNC with Mint medallion in the plastic sheet of issue (£60 - £80)

755)

Russia Moscow Olympics 1980 7 coin silver BU set 10 Roubles (3), 5 Roubles (4), BU in the blue presentation box (£50 - £100)

756)

South Africa Proof Set (7 coins) 1963 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, 5 Cents, 2 1/2 Cents, 1 Cent and Half Cent UNC to nFDC (£45 - £55)

763)

South Africa Proof Set 1952 an 11-coin set comprising One Pound Gold, Half Pound Gold, Crown, Halfcrown Two Shillings, Shilling, Sixpence, Threepence, Penny Halfpenny and Farthing, nFDC to FDC in the blue box of issue (£325 - £450)

World Small Gold (2) Isle of Man 1/10 Angel 2009 High Relief Gold Proof Piedfort nFDC in the box of issue with certificate, Tristan da Cunha Gold Crown 2008 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Lord Nelson Gold Proof Piedfort FDC in the box of issue with certificate (£160 - £240)

764)

World, Andorra Mint Set 1988 and Euro Set 2003, Argentina Mint Set 1978 Soccer, Belize Proof Set 1974 (8 coins), Guyana Proof Set (8 coins) 1976, Haiti 3 coin proof set 1967 5,10 and 25 Gourdes toned Unc Lichtenstein Euro Pattern Set 2004, Malta 2 coin mint set 1967, San Marino Mint Sets 1985 and 2004, Singapore Mint Set 2002, UK Ecu Mint Sets (2), USA S B Anthony Dollar 6 coin mint set 1979-1980, S B Anthony 3 piece First Day of Issues coin and cover set, Sacagawea 4 coin coloured dollar set, Virgin Islands Mint Set (6 coins) 1974, Silver Cased Crowns Aruba 25 Florins 1986, Bhutan 3 Ngultrum

757)

758)

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee 2012/2013 an 18-coin set comprising GB Five Pound Crown 2012 Silver Proof along with Crown-sized cupro-nickel Proofs (17) from a variety of Commonwealth Countries, each with a different design, nFDC to FDC in the impressive blue box of issue with certificates and booklet (£85 - £128)

759)

The United Nations 50th Anniversary Silver Coin Collection 1995 a 36-coin set, 31 are Crown-sized from a variety

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1979, Cocos Keeling Dollar 2005, East Caribbean $10 1980, Tokelau $1 1979, West Africa 500 Francs 1972 BU, base metal issues in presentation packs Guernsey £2, Malawi 5 Kwacha 1995, UK Euro Pattern and £1, Vatican 500 L along with Hawaii Half and Quarter Dollars 1883 about Fine and probably weakly struck fantasies in silver mostly Unc - FDC cased as issues some with toning (£175 - £275)

room bidders only must be taken away from the sale room by the buyer (£0 - £20) 774)

Books (50) many are token-related includes some interesting and unusual volumes (lot), room buyers only must be taken from the sale room by the buyer (£20 - £30)

775)

Cabinet Peter Nicholls small four tray quality wooded cabinet suitable for Halfcrowns and smaller 76 felt lines slots lockable, virtually as new (£10 - £30)

776)

Cabinets (2) suitable for large coins or medals, in good second-hand condition, practically as new room buyers only must be taken from the saleroom by the buyer (£0 £20)

777)

Coin Cabinet 272mm x 270mm x 205mm, 10 trays, with all felts, lockable with key, in good second-hand condition, the door stiff and in need of some attention (£20 - £40)

Miscellaneous Items (lots 765- 842) 765)

A badge or button fashioned from a USA Morgan Dollar, the obverse showing a ladies portrait three-quarters left, wearing a wide-brimmed hat and with date 1909 below, the reverse plain with silver hallmarks AJS Anchor, Lion and k, GVF and unusual (£50 - £100)

766)

A Cigar Cutter the case in 9 carat gold, total weight 11.38 grammes, in good condition (£40 - £60)

767)

A collection of Coin scales (10) includes examples by H.Bell of Lancashire (3) and A.Wilkinson of Ormskirk, Liverpool (3), in good condition (£400 - £600)

778)

Coin holder German plastic, with slots for 5 Marks, 2 Marks, 1 Mark, 10 Pfennig, 2 or 50 Pfennig, and 1 or 5 Pfennig, (6 slots) good condition (£10 - £20)

768)

A Georgian Brass weighing scale, hanging ball counterweight type, in original leather case with Georgian effigy imprint (£75 - £100)

779)

769)

A Whist/Counter box with Royal Theme - The Queen, Prince Albert and Britain’s Hope, brass box containing three counters, in white metal. Lid inscribed THE QUEEN PRINCE ALBERT AND BRITAIN’S HOPE all within a wreath. The base, depicts the arms of Britain with a wreath, box 28mm in diameter, by Allen and Moore, Counters: 1) Obverse: Three Masted sailing ship with inscription THE WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND, Reverse: Portrait of sailor and anchor and inscription BRITAINS HOPE THE PRINCE OF WALES, 2) Obverse:  Portrait of Victoria, Gothic head crowned and facing left. Outer inscription BORN MAY 24 1819 CROWNED JUNE 28 1838 MARRIED FEB 101840. Inner inscription reads H.M.G.M. QUEEN VICTORIA. Reverse: Portrait of warrior with shield embossed with Union Jack and Lion inscribed EUROPE’S GLORY Exergue: GOD SAVE THE QUEEN 3) Obverse:  Portrait of Prince Albert facing left. Outer inscription reads BORN AUGUST 26 1819 MARRIED FEBRUARY 10 1840. Inner inscription reads H.R.H. PRINCE ALBERT. Reverse: Depicts England’s industrial strength ENGLAND’S PRIDE In Exergue: A&M. Counters GEF and lustrous, we note similar items for sale for £150+ on internet websites (£50 - £100)

Coin holders (4) 1) a locket type holder for two sovereigns, in silver (1899) with ornate outer casing, makers mark W&H (Walker and Hall?) in good condition, 2) a locket type holder in gilt, for a sovereign and half sovereign, 3) a 5-coin holder for Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence or German origin, 4) a sixpence holder thimble sized inscribed on the base ‘Christmas 67 to remind you of ‘OLIVER!’ from John Woolf in silver, makers mark SJR (S.J.Rose, Birmingham) all in good condition (£100 - £120)

780)

Coin Weights (12) James I 22 Shillings (Unite after 1612), Fine, Charles I 10 Shillings Near Fine, some pitting, Anne, Guinea About Fine/Fine, William III Guinea NVF, George II Half Guinea Near Fine, George III 5Dwt.6G Coined Before 1772 Near Fine, Uniface 2:16 Half Guinea Fine, Two Shillings and Sixpence, with Angel type obverse About Fine, 2*14 with cross in octagonal section at the top, countermarked WESTWOOD : Coined Before 1772 Fine, William III Half Guinea, low grade, SP 6:9/SP 6.9 VF, and another Guinea sized low grade and worn (£60 - £90)

781)

Coin weights and Apothecaries Weights (27, one holed) a varied selection James I onwards, in mixed grades (£50 - £100)

782)

Commonwealth Games 2002 Manchester a 3-medal set in silver, brass and bronze, UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue (£65 - £85)

783)

Countermarked and inscribed (18, 7 holed) GB and a few World, the GB mostly George III and Victorian types, includes Crown 1820 countermarked W.POLLOCK in mixed grades mostly around VG (£50 - £100)

770)

An ashtray made from Three Austrian Thalers 1780 Maria Theresa and Three Ethiopian Girsh 1889-1891 along with a group of 10 artefacts some in silver (total weight 150 grammes), varied state (£50 - £100)

771)

Blank Flans (2) 28mm diameter in Brass (?) with incuse inner rim 9.59 grammes, and 20mm diameter, 2.55 grammes in Nickel or steel? Around Fine (£30 - £40)

784)

Crown Commonwealth 1658 a fantasy piece in good style and in silver, Fine with thin scratches and signs of light tooling, most unusual, (£500 - £1,000)

772)

Book, Byzantine Coins by Philip Grierson (1982) in good second-hand condition (£40 - £60)

785)

773)

Books (28) includes Krause World Coins 1901-2000 38th Edition 2011, ‘The Bronze Coinage of Great Britain’ by Michael Freeman (2 copies, the 1970 and 1985 editions), Spink/Seaby Standard Catalogues (3) 1998, 2002, 2004, A Guide to the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland’ by Major W. Stewart Thorburn, 1886, Coins and Tokens of Scotland by Seaby 1972, generally in good second-hand condition,

Crowns 1819 LIX and 1819 LX a pair of Love Tokens inscribed AD Jany 1st 1820 and MD Jany 1st 1820 respectively, both around VF (£250 - £350)

786)

Electrotype copy of a Cromwell Sixpence 1658, a silvered cast of a Dutch restrike, Liberty Cap below bust, 5.47 grammes, Fine showing some casting bubbles, Rare, comes with collector’s ticket (£350 - £450)

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£50) 802)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny 1696 struck off-centre with around 4mm blank flan at the lower reverse, the obverse double struck and with double legend at the top of the coin, Fair, unusual (£80 - £100)

803)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny 1723 the reverse double struck in parts showing two exergues and dates, the obverse correspondingly so on the upper section with part of GEORGIVS double struck, VG (£25 - £50)

804)

Mint Error - Mis-strike Halfpenny George III contemporary Counterfeit double reverse 1774/1775 Fair on a pitted flan, most unusual (£50 - £80)

805)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Hammered Penny Long Cross Henry III (?) both sides with multiple striking making exact attribution not possible, overall VF (£30 - £50)

806)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Penny 1865 with die misalignment of around 30 degrees, NVG unusual (£40 - £60)

807)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Third Farthing 1844 with a planchet clip by GRATIA, Near EF (£40 - £80)

808)

GB Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (14) includes planchet clips, off-metal, thin flans off-centres, along with Australia Penny 1944 struck off-centre with a raised lip and 2mm blank flan (£50 - £75)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike USA One Cent 1980 significantly off-centre with 11mm blank flan A/UNC with traces of lustre (£50 - £100)

809)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Yugoslavia 10 Dinara 1977 KM#62 off-centre with around 3mm blank flan between 6 and 7 o’clock, and with plain edge, UNC (£50 - £75)

792)

Germany Spielgeld (107) a wide variety of types, many EF or better (£100 - £150)

810)

793)

Germany Spielgeld (138) a wide variety of types, many EF or better (£100 - £150)

Mint Error- Mis-Strike Crown 1960 the edge mostly plain with only a tiny amount of milling visible all the way round, at one extremity of the edge, also with a planchet clip at 5 o’clock, About UNC and very unusual (£50 - £100)

794)

Half Guinea 1787 S.3735 VG and ex-jewellery the reverse enamelled in 5 colours on the shield (£100 - £150)

811)

Mint Error- Mis-Strikes (2) Crowns 1960 both weak edge milling with a plain area in the centre of the edge all the way round About UNC and unusual (£40 - £60)

795)

Imitation Spade Guineas and Half Guineas an accumulation in an album (108) all have been catalogued by Bryce and Warburton numbers from the publication ‘1000 Guineas’ a wide variety in mixed grades, some holed (£160 - £200)

812)

796)

India Zodiac Rupee (Capricorn) a fantasy issue with the obverse design and rim more sharply rendered than the original coin, the reverse with the style and appearance of a 19th Century piece EF and unusual (£300 - £600)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Halfcrown 1953 with the rim having been overstruck with lettering (?) in parts, Fine with poor metal mix on the obverse, an unusual piece, Sixpence 1967 the obverse with a round area full struck and almost no strike on the remaining part of the obverse Fine and most unusual (£25 - £75)

813)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (4) Crowns (2) 1953 with edge flattened between FAITH and AND EF, 1965 Obverse and reverse struck slightly off-centre so the lower part of the coin has double struck edge teeth A/UNC, Halfcrowns (2) 1940, 1944 both with the edge milling double struck in parts, NF, Crown Victoria Veiled head, the coin cut in half leaving the area from 4 o’clock to 10 o’clock date and edge date missing, VG (£25 - £50)

814)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (5) Crown 1696 dated by edge only, the obverse double struck between 1 and 2 o’clock Poor, Shillings (4) 1696 A of GRA flaw and appears as a curled X Fine, 1696 R of GRA similar to a K perhaps overstruck VG, 1696 struck slightly off-centre with a small portion of blank flan, VG scratched and bent, 1697 part of the obverse legend doubled Good Fine (£60 - £100)

815)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (5) Pennies 1919 on a thin flan VG, 1945 with metal flaw/lamination by the left of the date, Fine, 1948 struck off-centre with around 2mm of blank flan with the reverse showing a raised lip GF, 1967 (2) the first

787)

788)

789)

790)

791)

Enamelled (4) Halfcrown 1817 Bull head, Reverse enamelled in 6 colours, some scratches, Penny 1935 Reverse Gilt design on navy blue fields, Shillings 1902 mounted as an obverse and reverse duo, the reverse in 4 colours, the obverse with pale blue field, all pin mounted, varied state (£80 - £100) English Silver Coinage 1949 edition by Seaby, and ‘British Silver Coins since 1816’ by Peter Davies (1982) as new as part of a group of books (15) in mixed condition, room buyers only must be taken away from the sale room by the buyer (£0 - £20) Engraved Doncaster Races Silver Ticket or pass 1800 with D&G engraved on the reverse, Fine with a couple of scratches, Rare (£55 - £75) France Jetton Charles IV Standing King series (1322-1328) Reverse Triple stranded Cross Fleury GF with green patina from having been in the ground (£50 - £75)

797)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Decimal Fifty Pence 1994 with two angled planchet clips A/UNC and lustrous (£25 - £75)

798)

Mint Error - Mis-strike Decimal One Penny undated, Maklouf portrait with date off flan, struck off-centre and off-metal on a small 17.5mm diameter flan, weighing 1.94 grammes instead of 3.6 grammes EF (£50 - £75)

799)

Mint Error - Mis-strike Decimal One Pound Blank with milled edge, uninscribed GVF (£50 - £75)

800)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Half Farthing 1844 struck off-centre with nearly 3mm of blank flan either side NEF and unusual (£25 - £75)

801)

Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfcrown 1874 a small part of the lower field by the date is raised, with a small section of extra milling impression to the right of the date VG (£25 -

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816)

with a silver-coloured looped line on the obverse EF, the second with a planchet clip EF (£25 - £75)

829)

Stamp collection in five albums including Edward VII issues (£50 - £150)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (6) GB Decimal Coinage (5) Ten Pence (3) 1968 (2) the first with a small planchet clip the second with a concentric line on the reverse causing weakness to the top part of the legend in places, 1969 Thin flan , Five Pence 2012 on a thicker flan the edges raised, One Penny 1986 Double planchet clip, Europe 2 Euros blank flan with inscribed edge, in mixed grades to EF (£25 - £50)

830)

Stamps - GB Stamps £273.33 face Decimal issues, 1970s issues onwards, in the books of issue (£140 - £180)

831)

Stamps - GB and World Stamps a wide ranging collection in two full size albums and two small albums, also First Day Covers dating back to the 1960s, in mixed condition some mint (£5 - £10)

832)

Stamps - GB and World Stamps and Airmail letters, also some postcards, colour and Black and White, a large box, with Stanley Gibbons 1969 catalogue, in mixed condition, along with a small group of GB and World Coins (16) in mixed grades (£10 - £20)

833)

Stamps - GB Stamps £600 face comprising £250 on paper unfranked and £350 face as issued but no gum (£150 £200)

834)

Stamps - GB Stamps Decimal issues £627.08 face many different denominations and sorted into pack by denomination (£250 - £350)

835)

Stamps - GB Stamps Decimal issues £627.49 face many different denominations and sorted into pack by denomination (£250 - £350)

836)

Stamps - GB Stamps Decimal issues £650.24 face many different denominations and sorted into pack by denomination (£250 - £350)

837)

Stamps - GB Stamps Decimal issues £662.01 face many different denominations and sorted into pack by denomination (£250 - £350)

838)

Stamps - GB Stamps Decimal issues on mini-sheets £68.43 face, UNC on the sheets of issue (£35 - £55)

839)

Stamps - GB Stamps Decimal issues over £1292 face (£650 - £750)

840)

Stamps in Westminster Presentation Packs (2) “The Penny Red Letter” and “The Penny Black” (£50 - £100)

841)

Weighing scale or agricultural scale by W.Fraser, New Bond Street, in a wooden box, the text on the inside lid states ‘This instrument shows the net Weight of a Sack or Coomb of Corn, containing Four Statute Winchester Bushels’ in good condition, along with a fruit sizing measure in brass, inscribed ‘UNITED FRUIT CO. RESEARCH DEPT. NEW YORK, scale and measure in good condition, the box in fair condition with a long crack in the lid, an unusual item (£50 - £75)

842)

Weighing scales (7) with some weights some in oval shaped metal cases, others in wooden boxes, in mixed condition (£200 - £250)

817)

Mint Errors - Mis-strikes Farthings (2) 1736 the 1 of the date worn or missing, Fine, 1723 struck slightly off-centre Bold Fine (£25 - £75)

818)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes GB Decimal issues (7) Weak strikes, wrong flan, and one off-metal, in mixed grades a couple EF to UNC (£75 - £150)

819)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Halfpennies (2) 1694 Obverse legend and exergue rotated so the date is below the shield, Fair, 1694 Date poorly struck, and part of the BRITANNIA legend double struck, Fine with some digs (£50 - £75)

820)

Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Halfpennies (2) 1734 Obverse legend with a die flaw and appearing to read GEORGIVSI, Fine, 1740 struck off-centre and with around 1.5mm blank flan above the head and below the date respectively, Near Fine (£50 - £75)

821)

Mint Errors - Mistrikes a diverse and interesting group ExKings Norton Mint (50) includes planchet clips, off-centre strikes, thin flans, misshapen flans and more, from a variety of countries included British West Africa, Indonesia, Kenya, Tanzania, Egypt, Malawi and Malaya, in mixed grades some EF or better and lustrous (£125 - £175)

822)

Model or Toy Money (109) mostly examples by Lauer, Victoria and Edward VII, in mixed grades (£100 - £200)

823)

Paranumismatic (many hundreds nearly 5 kilos gross weigh) a wide variety with some duplication and includes two money boxes (£150 - £200)

824)

Paranumismatic items, Medals and tokens (29) in a display tray includes Coin holders, locket style folding bookform style cases, a locket, thimble, match case and more, in mixed condition, an interesting and varied lot (£50 - £100)

825)

Penny 1981 trial die Obverse as the adopted coin with Machin bust, the reverse with a wreath with berries, 3.23 grammes About EF with some staining, unusual, we note there was no example in the Tansley collection (£150 £200)

826)

Smuggler’s Box made from a Twopence 1797 Near Fine (£25 - £50)

827)

South Africa Halfcrown 1896 with the portrait ‘adapted’ with the addition of a hat and pipe Fine, Naval Yard token Uniface countermarked P.W.556. as part of a group of minor Mint Errors such as slightly off-centre, planchet clips and excess metal, along with Maundy Fourpences (2) 1682 Fine, holed, 1901 the 4 partly mis-aligned Fine (10 pieces in lot) (£20 - £50)

828)

Spoon with the base an India Gold Mohur 1841 the stem of the spoon without hall mark and presumed silver gilt and with an elaborate floral crown at the top (£300 - £400)

British Tokens (lots 843-893) 843)

17th and 18th century tokens (and some medals) mixed grades and types some in better grades (46) (£150 - £300)

844)

17th Century Buckinghamshire (2) Brill 26 William Golder Fair, Tingewick 135 VG (£80 - £100)

845)

17th Century Cambridgeshire (8) Arrington Bridge 7, Cambridge (2) 24, 52, Ely 105, Hinxton 132, Isleham 139,

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Linton 144, Whittlesey 195 (£125 - £150) 846)

17th Century Hampshire (3) Andover Town 14, Portsmouth Richard Marks 153, Winchester John Cleer 215 all Fine, Hertfordshire (3) Barkway John Kent 17, Royston Thomas Godfrey 164, St. Albans 172/3 VG to Fine, 17th Century Kent (4) Dartford, Robert Capon 130, Robert Taylor 143, Deal James Coston 148, Dymchurch Andrew Clifford 197 Fair to Fine, 17th Century Sussex (8) Arundel Thomas Withers 17, Chichester William Fletcher 44, Thomas Godleman 48, Robert Hichcock 52, Thomas Spatehurst 62, Richard Younge 72, Midhurst Robat Atkinson 128, Robertsbridge Robert Grove 151 Fair to Fine (£370 - £420)

847)

17th Century Northamptonshire (18) Northampton (9) 68, 69, 74, 75, 80, 81, 83, 85, 86/7, 104 (octagonal), 127, Towcester (5), 160, 163, 165 (octagonal), 167, 168, Weedon 171, Wellingborough 178, all with attributions, in mixed grades Good to Bold Fine (£240 - £280)

848)

17th Century Suffolk (7) Hundon 157, Ipswich 158/9, Long Melford 232, Nayland 255, Rickinghall 281, Saxmundham 285, Worlingworth 373 Fair to Fine with attribution tickets (£75 - £125)

849)

17th Century Town issues (3) Southampton undated VF, Bristol 1652 VG, Wiltshire, Marlborough 1668 VG (£50 £70)

850)

17th Century Yorkshire (8) Bentham Will Overend 21, Beverley George Lamplugh 27, William Wilberfoss 32, Bridlington Town 45, Thomas Fenton 52, Doncaster Thomas Burton 65, George Rasine 80/1 Otteweell Robotham 83 VG to Near Fine, some scarce or rare (£150 - £175)

851)

18th and 19th Century (18) Pennies (3, one holed), Halfpennies (14), Farthing (1) VG to NVF (£30 - £50)

852)

19th Century (4) One Shilling Warwickshire - Birmingham One Shilling 1811 Workhouse Fine, along with Pennies (2) and Farthing (1), 18th Century Halfpennies (11) all different Fine to VF (£120 - £150)

853)

A collection of Irish Tokens (132) mostly 18th century halfpennies, Dublin, Wexford, Wicklow and more, no apparent duplication and mostly attributed, generally F VF (£3,000 - £3,500)

854)

Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper weighing 6.8 grammes, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove’s book which is named on the medalet. The second edition of the book ran to 185 pages. Obverse: BEWARE OF THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMP.Y SOME OF WHOSE FRAUD, OPPRESSION, PERJURY, FORGERY, & ROBBERY &Ca, ARE SET FORTH IN ...Reverse: .AUGUSTUS COVE’S PUBLICATIONS. ENTITLED THE TOCSIN SOUNDED OR THE BULL TAKEN BY THE HORNS &c TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS Lustrous About UNC with a few spots, Rare (£140 - £160)

855)

Calendar Medal 1821, by Kempson, Fine, as part of a group of Tokens, Medals and a coin weight (85), 18th Century to 20th Century a wide variety in mixed grades (£100 - £150)

856)

Gaming Counters and Spielgeld, also GB and World Toy Money, includes USA, Italy, Germany, includes Weimar Republic types and Denmark issues, a collection in 6 stock boxes, many different dates and types represented, also a small group of medals in bronze and white metal, also includes a few items of Toy paper money in mixed grades (lot) (£200 - £400)

857)

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

858)

Halfpennies 18th Century (10, all different) VF to NEF (£70 - £90)

859)

Halfpennies 18th Century North Wales (2) 1793 Plain edge DH1f NEF/GVF with a trace of lustre, 1793 DH2 Cambridge, Bedford and Huntingdon edge GVF (£50 £75)

860)

Halfpenny 18th Century Middlesex 1789 National Series DH932 struck in brass EF (£60 - £80)

861)

Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Birmingham Kempson’s 1794 DH162 Lustrous UNC and prooflike (£60 - £80)

862)

Halfpenny 18th Century Warwickshire - Lutwytches, Plain edge, DH219b About EF with a few small edge nicks, (£50 - £60)

863)

Hop Tokens in two album pages (37) a varied selection, in mixed grades (£30 - £60)

864)

Medals, Coin Weights, Tokens and Toy Money (50) includes Admiral Vernon Portobello Medal, prize Medal W.W.Field Challenge Sculls 1899-1900 Oxford Rowing Club 45mm diameter in silver VF, Christopher Evelyn Blunt 80th Birthday 16th July 1984 49mm diameter in bronze EF, Thomas Charles 1885 Eimer 1713 Welsh language inscription (Search the Scriptures, for in them ye think ye have eternal life, and they are they which testify of me Jesus Christ) 44mm diameter in bronze EF, Emergency May 1926 medal 51mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed, Pope Paul VI - St. Peter and St. Paul martyrs 44mm diameter in bronze EF, as part of 18th to 20th Century a wide ranging group, in mixed grades a few EF (£200 £250)

865)

Pennies 18th Century (2) Somerset 1794 Bath Botanical Gardens NVF, Lancashire 1794 Lancaster Bridge DH4 struck in white metal, Fine, Farthing 18th Century Dorset 1795 Poole Jas Bayley, Draper GEF, Halfpenny 19th Century 1814 Sailing Ship, For the Convenience of Trade Withers 1415 Good Fine, Very Rare (£120 - £140)

866)

Pennies, Halfpennies and Farthings 18th and 19th Century (18) in mixed grades VG to GF, Essequibo and Demerara Half Stiver 1813, and a Coin Weight Three Pounds Twelve undated VG to NF (£80 - £100)

867)

Penny 18th Century Middlesex 1800 Christ’s Hospital DH11 EF, Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Suffolk - Bungay 1795 KM#21 GEF with traces of lustre and old lacquering, Essex Hornchurch undated Edward IV KM#33 EF, lacquered, Lancaster 1794 John of Gaunt DH39 EF lacquered, Hampshire 1793 Peace and Plenty DH11 EF lacquered (£80 - £100)

868)

Shilling 19th Century 1812 Northumberland and Durham - Kelty - Newcastle on Tyne DH8 GEF toned (£80 - £120)

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869)

Shilling 19th Century Nottinghamshire - Newark 1811 Town Hall/T.Stanshall, Chas Moor, Richd Fisher, Wm.Fillingham, Wm Readett and T.Wilson, Davis 5, EF and lustrous (£75 - £100)

(10) all different, Fine to GVF (£60 - £70) 884)

Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing 19th Century (10) all different, Fine to NVF (£60 - £70)

Shilling Gloucestershire - Cheltenham 1811 Davis 1 Fine, Shilling Somerset - Bristol 1811 Garratt, Terrell, Bird, Beck and Grigg, Davis 23 Fine, Sixpence Somerset - Bristol 1811 Garratt, Terrell, Bird, Beck and Grigg Davis 51 Good Fine (£40 - £60)

885)

Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing 19th Century (10) all different, Fine to NVF (£60 - £70)

886)

Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing 19th Century (10) all different, Fine to NVF (£60 - £70)

871)

Shilling Yorkshire - Sheffield 1812 S. & C. Younge & Co. Sword rests against the bale, Davis 50 GVF with grey tone (£40 - £60)

887)

Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing 19th Century (10) all different, Fine to NVF, one cleaned (£60 - £70)

872)

Sixpence 1811 Wiltshire - Marlborough King, Gosling, Tanner & Griffiths Davis 5, EF or near so with pleasing tone (£40 - £60)

888)

Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing 19th Century (10) all different, Fine to VF (£60 - £70)

889)

USA Texas, Amarillo, Air base Ten Cents Token undated, Fine or better with some spots, Australia Barbers Twopence Token 19th Century undated Osborne & Garret 27mm diameter in brass Fine with some surface marks (£25 - £50)

890)

USA Tokens (103) includes trade and transport in base metal, from a wide variety of locations, in mixed grades a few lustrous (£100 - £150)

891)

USA Tokens (13) 19th and 20th Century base metal issues from a wide variety of locations, in mixed grades (£60 £80)

892)

World a collection of Tokens and medals mostly modern issues in base metal, in album pages, (lot) also includes a group of Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes World issues (21) all minor includes weak strikes, blank flans etc. in mixed grades to GEF (£45 - £65)

893)

Yorkshire 19th Century Halfcrown 1812 Younge and Deakin Davis 44 VG holed (£80 - £100)

870)

873)

Slave Token Halfpenny Middlesex undated, ‘London, Liverpool or Bristol’ edge DH 1039b VF with a spot on the reverse, scarce (£80 - £100)

874)

Ten Cent red encased postage token, Loans on Stamps and Coins, Albert W.Ault, First National Bank Building, Cincinnati Fine, mica in good condition, as part of a group of USA Tokens (46), from a wide variety of locations, in mixed grades some EF (£60 - £80)

875)

Tokens 18th to 20th Century a wide ranging group (253) in an aluminium case includes issues from GB, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, includes many useful pieces, in mixed grades (£1,100 - £1,400)

876)

Tokens 19th Century includes Whist tokens, and Toy Money (35) a varied selection, in mixed grades (£80 £100)

877)

Tokens a miscellaneous group (16) includes Gaming, Casino and a copper Jetton, in mixed grades (£50 - £75)

878)

Tokens a wide ranging group (46) includes Theatre, Royal Arsenal, Market, Colliery, plus medals (26) includes many Jubilee and Coronation regional base metal types in mixed grades (£150 - £200)

879)

Tokens and medals , includes 18th and 19th Century types, Spitalfields and Stratford Market tokens and others (220, all different), in mixed grades, along with Colliery Tokens a small group (5) Hensingham 26mm diameter in copper undated (c.1760) Fine, Curwen Unicorn 1750 Reversed C’s monogram 24mm diameter in brass About Fine, Land Shipping Colliery Pembrokeshire, Lowther Arms/monogram/Dragon left VG, Clifton 1735 Crest of the Lowther family, a dragon, Countermarked Ł on either side VF, Essex 1736 IK Walton with the date countermarked on either side 22mm diameter in copper, Fine (£450 - £500)

880)

Tokens and medals 18th to 20th Century (114) a varied group, some tokens 18th Century, some medals in white metal, in mixed grades (£100 - £150)

881)

Tokens and Medals 18th to 20th Century, and paranumismatic items a varied group, in mixed grades (77 pieces in lot) (£80 - £100)

882)

Tokens, Medals, mis-strikes, a couple off-centre with most of the design off the flan, and paranumismatic items (192) an interesting mix, some EF (£250 - £300)

883)

Twopence, Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing 19th Century

Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 894-1007 ) 894)

Medal 1991 250th Anniversary of the Novo Arkhangelsk One ounce of .900 silver 40mm diameter The Capital of the Russian America UNC, as part of a group of Russia Medals and Tokens (18) Explorers 300 Years Anniversary a set of six medals 38.5mm diameter UNC toned, Russian World War II Monuments (5) in golden alloy EF, Russia Subway tokens (6) a mixed group EF to GEF (£60 - £80)

895)

18th and 19th Century in White Metal (9) includes Duke of Wellington Death, Accession of King William IV, Death of Field Marshal Lord Raglan, Earl Howe Admiral of the Fleet issue and more, in mixed grades Fine to NEF (£125 - £150)

896)

200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo 2015 89mm diameter in bronze, layered with silver, by Worcestershire Medal Service after B.Pistrucci Proof FDC in the box of issue with information book describing the medal and the battle (£80 - £100)

897)

Austria-Hungary Carl Von Kopal Memorial 1853 65mm diameter in bronze Obverse Bust uniformed, three quarters right, Within decorative border, St. Lucia and Vicenza within, CARL V : KOPAL OBERST DES X. IAEGER-BATALLIONS, Reverse the monument CARL von KOPAL’S DENKMAL BEI ZNAIM BAEBSICHTIGT IM AUGUST 1848 ANGEREGT IM JAHRE1849 ENTHULTAM

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16 OCTOB.1853, Exergue Crowned decorative Coat of Arms GEF with prooflike surfaces (£40 - £80) 898)

899)

900)

901)

Battle of Blenheim 1704 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 409 Obverse: Bust left, draped, ANNA. D:G: MAG: BR: FRA: ET. HIB: REG. Reverse: Britannia seated upon a globe, right, Victory in her hand, regards a captive seated upon military trophies DE.GALL: ET. BAV: AD. BLENHEIM. Exergue CAPT: ET. CAES: XXXM. SIGN. RELAT. CLXIII. MDCCIV. VF with old collector’s ticket (£150 - £200) Battle of Culloden 1746 36mm diameter in brass Eimer 605var Obverse Bust right WILLDUKE CUMBERLAND Born 15 Apr 1721, Reverse A Battle scene REBELION JUSTLY REWARDED Exergue: CULLODEN.16.AP 1746 NVF unevenly toned on the obverse but not unattractive (£50 - £75) Battle of Lissa 1757 48mm diameter in brass Obverse: Equestrian figure left, sword drawn, beyond an encampment, FREDERIC DG BORVS. REX. EF. PROTESTANTI,m DEFENSOR Exergue: LISSA DEC 5, Reverse: An infantry attacking QUO. NIHIL. MAJUS MELIUSVE, Exergue: ROSBACH. NOV. 5 1757 Good Fine with a dig at the top of the reverse (£50 - £75) Bethnal Green Volunteer Infantry 1814, 50mm diameter in white metal by P. Wyon, 50mm diameter, Obv. Britannia standing, resting on a broken pillar, holding an olive branch aloft and trampling on a dragon ENGLAND@S PERSEVERANCE DETHRONED BUONAPARTE’; Rev. a wreath, with circumscription, ‘BETHNAL GREEN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY LT. COL. CARRICK’ and within the wreath, ENROLLED 13th AUG. 1803 AND DISEMBODIED AT THE GENERAL PEACE OF EUROPE 24th JUNE 1814 NVF with some surface deposit, Grand Sunderland Bridge 1816 45mm diameter in White Metal Eimer 1087 var Obverse Bridge spanning waterway with ship beneath, no legend, Reverse: TO COMMEMORATE THE GRAND SUNDERLAND BRIDGE LOTTERY. & THE VERY ADVANTAGEOUS PRICESAT WHICH IT WAS SOLD TO THE PUBLIC BY I.SIVEWRIGHT. CONTRACTOR. 1816, in the centre. PRESENTED TO ALL THOSE INERESTED IN THIS LOTTERY, Good Fine with surface marks (£50 - £100)

902)

Birth of Prince Charles (King Charles II) 1630 30mm diameter in silver Eimer 115 Obverse four shields united at the centre at their bases, radiate, HACTENVS. ANGLORVM. NVLLI Reverse HONOR’ . PRIN’. MAG’. BRI’. FR’. ET.HIB’. NAT’. 29. MAII’. ANN’. 1630 within a decorative square tablet NEF (£100 - £150)

903)

Birth of Prince James 1688 30mm diameter in silver by G.Bower (?) Obverse an infant seated in a cradle strangles two serpents MONSTRIS. DANT. FVNERA. CVNAE. Reverse: Prince’s plumes within a coronet FVLTA. TRIBVS. METVENDA. CORONA. Exergue 1688 About Fine, major details bold (£120 - £150)

904)

Capture of Portobello 1739, Obv: Admirals Vernon & Brown, Rev: Six ships entering harbour, 38mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 548, Fine, Duke of Argyle and Robert Warpole Medal, 1741, 37mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 561, Fine for wear with edge chips (£75 - £125)

905)

Charles I Memorial 50mm diameter in copper undated (1649) Eimer 162 by J.Roettiers Obverse Armoured Bust right, CAROL.D.G.M.B.F.ET.H.REX.&.GLOR.MEM, Reverse Hand issuing from heaven holding a celestial

Crown, below, sheep in a landscape VIRTVT.EX.ME. FORTVNAM.EX.ALIJS, EF with traces of lustre, in a round red box (£220 - £260) 906)

Charles I silver Royalist badge by T. Rawlins, crowned bust right, Reverse Shield within garter, crowned, weight 20.33 grammes, Good Fine, with loop for suspension (£650 - £850)

907)

Charles James Fox, The Regency Crisis, 1789, white metal medal, 33mm diameter by T. Wyon snr. draped bare head bust of Charles James Fox three quarters facing,  THE RIGHT HON. CHAS. JAS. FOX, rev. THE / FREE AND/ INDEPENDENT/ ELECTORS/ OF / WESTMINSTER/ 1789,  (BHM. 325) GVF with some light contact marks, scarce in this grade (£50 - £75)

908)

China Medal - The 1988 Munich International Coin Fair, Chinese-German Friendship, 5 Ounces of .999 Silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificates (£500 £600)

909)

Church and Sunday School related (23) commemorative medals in base metal includes Robert Raikes (12 different) and Church Lads Brigade (10) in mixed grades (£110 £140)

910)

Coronation of Caroline 1727 34mm diameter in Silver Eimer 512 the official Coronation issue Obv. Bust Left CAROLINA. D.G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA. Rev The Queen standing flanked by Religion and Britannia. HIC.AMOR.HAEC.PATRIA Exergue CORON.XI.OCTOB. MDCCXXVII VF toned with a few edge knocks (£75 - £95)

911)

Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze The Official Royal Mint issue, UNC in the red box of issue, this in excellent condition and in the original envelope, Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm in bronze EF unboxed (£50 - £75)

912)

Coronation of Edward VII 1902 65mm diameter in silver by E.Fuchs Eimer 1870a, Obverse Busts right Crowned and conjoined, KING EDWARD VII QUEEN ALEXANDRA, Reverse,: Female figure seated right, displaying an oval shield, inscribed 26 June 1902, and bearing the Royal arms, looks towards Westminster Abbey beyond, above: a radiate crown France The Marriage of Huwelijk van Lodewijk van Angoulême and Maria Theresia van Bourbon 1799, 51mm diameter in bronze by Jeuffroy/ Michaut Obverse Busts right, conjoined, with garland above, LUDOVICVS.ANTONIVS.DVX.ENGOLISMENSIS MARIA.THERESIA.CAROLINA.LVD.XVI.FILIA, Reverse: Man seated, enthroned, with the couple standing either side, FRATRVM.LIBEROS.CONNVBIO.IVNGIT Exergue: MITTAVIAE.DIE..INVII.MDCCLXXXXIX VF/GVF boxed (£90 - £120)

913)

Coronation of Edward VII 1902 the official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in gold by G.W.DE Saulles Eimer 1871 UNC with a couple of small tone spots, the reverse with a short scratch in the field (£900 - £1,100)

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914)

Coronation of George IV 1821 The Official Royal Mint issue 35mm diameter in bronze AU/UNC, Coronation of William IV 1831 The Official Royal Mint issue 33mm diameter in bronze EF, Departure of the Earl of Leicester from the Low Countries 1587 an electrotype copy EF, as part of a group of tokens and medalets (79) mainly 19th and 20th Century in base metal these in mixed grades (£100 - £120)

915)

Coronation of George IV 1821 The Official Royal Mint issue 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 1146 EF toned, slightly unevenly so on the reverse (£150 - £200)

916)

Coronation of James II 1685 34mm diameter in silver Eimer 273 the official Coronation issue Obverse Bust right Laureate, armoured and draped, IACOBVS. II. D.G. ANG. SCO. FR. ET. HI. REX Reverse a Laurel Wreath upon a cushion; above, a hand issuing from heaven. A. MILITARI. AD. REGIAM. Exergue: INAVGVRAT. 23. AP. 1685 by J.Roettier A/UNC with a pleasing olive and light gold tone, the reverse with prooflike fields, a small striking flaw on the rim at 8 o’clock on the reverse barely detracts (£675 - £775)

917)

Coronation of Queen Anne 1702 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 390, Obverse Bust left draped ANNA. D:G: MAG:BR:FR: ET. HIB: REGINA. Reverse Pallas standing left hurling thunder at a two-headed monster VICEM. GERIT. ILLA. TONANTIS Exergue INAVGVRAT. XXIII. AP. MDCCII GVF toned with some contact marks, comes with old collector’s ticket (£150 - £200)

918)

Coronation of William IV 1831 55mm diameter in pewter NVF, George III French Treaty 1814 in white metal Fine, as part of a group of medals (40) mostly 20th Century in base metal many commemorating Jubilees or Coronations in mixed grades many EF (£100 - £150)

919)

Coronations and Jubilees 1837-1953 a 7-medal set in silver by John Pinches comprising Victoria Coronation, Victoria Diamond Jubilee, Edward VII Coronation, George V Coronation, George V Silver Jubilee, Edward VIII Ascension, and George VI Coronation all struck in silver, Prooflike UNC and beautifully toned, in the original box of issue, no certificate, only 250 sets produced (£260 - £320)

920)

Cromwell Lord Protector 1653 34mm diameter in bronze Eimer 189 Obverse: Bust three quarters right armoured and draped, OLIV. D.G. R.P. ANG. SCO. ET. HIB. PRO. Reverse: Lion displays the Arms of Cromwell and the Commonwealth PAX QVAERITVR BELLO, after T.Simon struck round 1730, based on the Eimer 188 Lord Protector medal UNC nicely toned with minor cabinet friction (£250 - £350)

921)

David Lloyd George 1917 45mm diameter in silver by F.Bowcher Eimer 1959b Obverse: Bust Three-quarters left, draped, head facing, DAVID LLOYD GEORGE MCMXVII Reverse Britannia as Minerva standing, facing, VICTORIA PER LABOREM A/UNC and lustrous with an attractive and colourful tone, in a maroon box (£75 - £100)

922)

Death of George III 1820 48mm diameter in bronze by C.H.Kuchler Eimer 1121 ,Obv: Bust left, armoured and draped GEORGIUS III. D:G. BRITANNIARUM REX. FID. DEF. Rev: NATVS IVNII. IV. CIϽIϽCCXXXVIII. IMPERm. ACCEPIT. OCT XXV. CIϽIϽCCLX. EXCESSIT. JAN. XXIX CIϽϽCCCXX within a wreath. PATER: PATRIAE About EF (£100 - £150)

923)

Defeat of Sultan Tippoo 1792 48mm diameter in bronze by C.H.Kuchler Eimer 845 Obverse Bust left draped CAR. MARCHIO CORNWALLIS STRATEGUS ACERRIMUS Reverse Cornwallis, standing before his aides, receives Sultan Tippoo who presents his two sons. FAS SIT PARCERE HOSTI. Exergue: SULTANO TIPPOO DEVICTO RECIPIT MDCCXCII NEF with tiny rims nicks (£100 - £200)

924)

Denmark Frederick VI 1836, 54mm diameter in bronze by C Christensen, 300th anniversary of the introduction of reformation in Denmark, Obverse: head of Christian III three-quarters facing left CHRISTIANUS III REX DANIÆ, Reverse: Religion and Denmark shaking hands EVANGELII VERITAS RESTITUTA, Exergue: SOLLEMN: SÆCUL: TERT D: XXX: OCTBR. MDCCCXXXVI A/UNC (£80 - £100)

925)

Denmark Frederick VI 1836, 54mm diameter in bronze by F.C.Krohn, 300th Anniversary of the introduction of reformation in Denmark, Obv: head of Frederick right FREDERICUS VI REX DANIÆ, Rev: Figures of Religion and Denmark, PIEMEMOR in Exergue: POST TRIA SÆCULA D:XXX OCTBR: MDCCCXXXVI A/UNC Toned (£80 - £100)

926)

Denmark Nordic Industry, Agriculture and Art Exhibition 1888 Obverse: Christian IX Bust Right, Reverse View of Building, 46mm diameter in White Metal by Lindahl, EF (£60 - £80)

927)

Duke and Duchess of Portland 64mm diameter in copper Obverse: Conjoined busts right, 11 June 1889-1914, Reverse: William Arthur Henry Marquess of Titchfield 1893-1914, 16 Mar, Bust Right, 64 mm diameter UNC in the original Spink & Sons case (£25 - £50)

928)

Duke of Cumberland (3) Battle of Culloden 1746 Eimer 605 36mm diameter in bronze, Reverse: Battle Scene, Fine, Carlisle Recaptured Eimer 600 Reverse: Lion subdues a Wolf, Fine, Carlisle Recaptured 1745 Obverse Bust right, draped, WILL DUKE CUMB BRITISH HERO (as Eimer 599), Reverse the Duke, as a Warrior, attacks a hydra, in the distance a city, Fine (£140 - £160)

929)

Edward VI King’s Medal 48mm diameter in silver, Obverse:

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With the tomb of William of Wykeham within its chantry, B. WYON and ETIAM SEPULTI VIVIT FAMA WYKEHAMI; Reverse bare head of Edward VII facing left, EDWARDVS VII REX ET IMPERATOR HONOREM PROPOINT edge: GUY SEELY LEACH.1904, Note: Guy Seely Leach was a headmaster at Winchester and served as a Captain in World War I (Yorkshire Light Infantry) and is referred to in the book ‘Memories of an SOE Historian’ by Michael Richard Daniell Foot, along with Edward VII and Queen Alexandra Visit to the City of Cardiff 51mm diameter in bronze (2) EF and GEF, Prince Albert Edward (as Prince of Wales) Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 (2) 52mm diameter in bronze the first UNC in a Heaton box, the box in fair condition, the second GEF, Prince Edward marriage to Princess Alexandra of Denmark 1863 in white metal Eimer 1564 UNC boxed (6 pieces in lot) (£100 - £150) 930)

Edward VIII (3) Coronation 1937 57mm diameter by D.R.Golding Obverse: Bust right EDWARD .VIII. CROWNED.MAY.XII, in field MCMXXXVII in three lines, Reverse: Britannia seated, right holds a crown, upon which stands a Dove carrying an olive branch CANADA. INDIA. S.AFRICA.AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND, Coronation 1937 33mm diameter in silver by Spink and Son Obverse Bust left in Coronation robes, CROWNED MAY 12 1937 Shield within Garter, crowned with supporters KING AND EMPEROR UNC in the Red Spink box of issue, Coronation 1937 44mm diameter in base metal Obverse Bust right in Coronation robes, crowned, HIS.MAJESTY. KING.EDWARD VIII Reverse: Standing Britannia facing, between two columns, holds a crown aloft, and a Union Jack flag EF (£30 - £60)

931)

European in bronze and brass 18th and 19th Century (9) some EF (£75 - £150)

932)

Formation of the Free British Fishery Society 1750 40mm diameter in silver by L.Koch Eimer 629 Obverse Bust right, armoured and draped FREDERICK PRINCE OF WALES, Reverse: Fishermen on the shore with nets and barrels, a trawler at sea hauls in nets. FOR THE ADVANTAGE OF GREAT BRITAIN. Exergue: FRE BRIT. FISHERY BY A SOCIETY ESTABL. 1750.EF with old grey toning and small edge nicks, comes with old collector’s ticket (£150 - £200)

933)

934)

France - Louis XVIII, 1823 Restoration of the Spanish Throne by Raymond Gayrard 51mm diameter in Gilt, Obverse: LVDOVICVS . XVIII . FRANC . ET . NAV . REX .  -- Kings head facing right, Reverse: ARMIS GALLIAE VIRTUTE DUCIS / A FURORE REBELLIONIS HISPANIA LIBERATA  -- Spain holding her children, shields with coat-of-arms of Castile and Aragon, watches as France in Roman warrior garb with a shield and sword drives discord to the sea. NEF/EF, Plain edge. This medal commemorates the French expeditions to restore Ferdinand VII to the Spanish Throne (£90 - £120) FRANCE (2), Première Empire.  Caroline Bonaparte, Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily, 1808-1815. Bronze

Medal 23mm diameter by Brenet (after a nomos of Neapolis). Struck late 19th century. Obverse: BAΣIΛIΣΣA KAPOΛINH, diademed head right, wearing triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace, Reverse: Man-headed bull standing right, head facing; above, crowning Nike flying right; NEΩΠOΛITΩN in exergue. Plain edge, GEF, FRANCE, Premier Empire. Pauline Bonaparte. Duchess of Guastalla, 1806. 23mm diameter in bronze, by Andrieu (after The Three Graces by Rubens). Struck 1808. Obverse Bust left, Greek text ΠAYΛINA ΣEBAΣTOY AΔEΛΦH, head left / Reverse Three graces HMΩN KAΛH BAΣIΛEYE, Plain edge GEF the Obverse rim with signs of filing at 4 and 10 o’clock this apparently at the time of the striking (£90 - £120) 935)

France Agricultural/Wedding medal 1802, 37mm diameter in silver, Obv. Au Cultivateur Laborieux, in exergue Floreal 1802 AN X, rev. Commune Perennitatis Votum, in exergue Secundae Delphini Nuptiae M.DCC.XLVII. Fine, cleaned (£50 - £75)

936)

France Centenary of the Founding of Heidsieck & Co. 1885 68mm diameter in bronze, Obverse Cherub flies above the earth , with wine bottle and banner with MONOPOLE, Reverse 1885 SOUNVENIR DU CENTENAIRE DE LA MAISON HEIDSIECK & Co. FONDEE A REIMS en 1785 within a grapevine EF in the round red box of issue (£30 - £60)

937)

France Octagonal Silver medal Association de Prevoyance du Notariat de France 1870 EF as part of a diverse group of Tokens and medals 18th to 21st Century in base metal in mixed grades, some later pieces EF, along with Britain’s First Decimal Coin sets 1968/1971 (15) UNC in the blue wallets of issue, First and Last £sd/Decimal set Halfcrown to Halfpenny 1967 (6 coins) and Decimals Ten Pence to Half Penny 1968/71 A/UNC to UNC in the maroon case, Jersey sets 1966 the three coin sets Crown, Threepence and Penny UNC in slide cases (4), Crowns (57) 1972 Silver Wedding (4), 1977 Silver Jubilee (53) A/UNC to Lustrous UNC (£75 - £150)

938)

France Silver Jetton 1818 Octagonal, Agricultural Society of Cher Obverse: Agricultural tools and Wheat, Reverse :SOCIÉTÉ D’AGRICULTURE DU CHER / FONDÉE À BOURGES EN 1818 EF and attractively toned (£30 - £40)

939)

G. Leveson Gower, Duke of Sutherland,  1840, 50mm diameter by W. Bain, GEF with traces of lustre, as part of a group of 19th Century and 20th Century (8) in bronze VF to GEF (£80 - £120)

940)

GB and a few World (67) in base metal a wide variety includes a few attendance medals, some boxed, in mixed grades to UNC, along with Smugglers box Twopence 1797 Fine, in a suspension ring this with mount, BEF Prisoner of War 50 Cents token Fine, Medal Admiral Vernon 1739 Fine and with three edge cuts (£35 - £75)

941)

George Canning Treaty of London 1827 51mm diameter in bronze by Galle Obverse: Bust Left GEORGE CANNING, Reverse: LIBERTÉ CIVILE ET RELIGIEUSE DANS L’UNIVERS. 1827 A LA CONCORDE DES PEUPLES UNC and nicely toned in the circular brown case of issue (£80 - £100)

942)

German States - Prussia Silver Agricultural Prize medal 56mm diameter the reverse with 12 segments each segment showing animals or agricultural images, with FUR VERDIENSTVOLLE in the centre, 59.93 grammes, EF in box, the box in poor condition in several pieces (£50 - £75)

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943)

Germany Auxiliary Cruiser badge in gilt silver with 15 diamonds, similar to the presentation issue awarded to Kapitan zur See Bernhard Rogge , commander of the cruiser Atlantis, good condition with some wear to the high points (£1,200 - £1,500)

944)

Germany, Christ Being Baptised by St. John, 53mm diameter in silver : Obverse: Two figures, one being baptised, cross, Hebrew writing, bird: Mat.28.19. tanssetuffet sie im namen des unters undt des sohnes undt des h. geistes|Das|wem|ueber|sohn|Den soll ihr hore|ihre das ist gottes lamb|das der weil unde|tregt Joh:i|Mugebahret... Reverse, wer glaubt undt getaufft wirdt der wirdt fertig werden March.16.16, Gott vaterdurch die tauff|zum finde nimt mich auff|gott sohn mit seinem blut|macht mich gerecht und gut|gott h. geist zeucht ein|mein lehrer frost zu segen|bis aufs der erselteit|ich kom zur einigseit|Gal.3.26.27 Tit 3.5.6.7.|1.Pet.3.2.1 GVF (£200 - £250)

945)

946)

Great Exhibition 1851 74mm diameter in white metal Eimer 1461var. Obverse Bust left within a wreath HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALBERT, Reverse: View of the Exhibition Building THE CRYSTAL PALACE FOR THE GRETA EXHIBITION OF AKLL NATIONS IN HYDE PARK LONDON OPENED BY H.M.G MAJESTY VICTORIA MAY 1ST 1851 Exergue: PROPOSED BY H.R.H.PRINCE ALBERT, DESIGNED BY JOSEPH PAXTON ESQ.F.L.S.ERECTED BY FOX,HENDERSON,& CO. -DIMENSIONS- LENGTH 1848 FEET. WIDTH 456 FEET, HEIGHT OF PRINCIPAL ROOF 66 FEET, HEIGHT OF TRANSEPT 108 FEET, GLAZED SURFACE 900,000 SUP FEETOCCUPIES 18ACRES OF GROUND, ESTIMATED VALUE £150,000 EF, Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations , New York 1853 74mm diameter in white metal, Obverse: View of Crystal Palace, Reverse Four allegorical female figures representing attributes of industry EF (£60 - £120) HRH Prince Albert 1851 Medal for the Exhibitors at the Great Exhibition:- Services Medal, 48mm diameter in bronze by W.Wyon Eimer 1458, inscribed L.KNOX on edge EF (£65 - £85)

947)

India, the Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition 1904 51mm diameter in bronze about EF with some discolouration, in the brown case of issue (£65 - £75)

948)

Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.IORWERTH TYWSOG. CYMRU.M.G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince’s crest within Garter, crowned EF in the Royal Mint box of issue (£65 - £85)

949)

Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, GORPHENAF MCMXI above on a radiate sky decorated with the Prince’s crest within Garter, crowned ARWISGIAD . IORWERTH TYWYSOG . CYMRU M.G. EF with a few tone spots on the obverse, in the red Royal Mint case of issue (£100 - £120)

950)

Iran medal 36mm diameter in silver AH1352 (1933) Obverse conjoined busts Reza Pahlavi and Farah Diba, date below, Reverse a polo player on horseback, within a wreath, 21.54 grammes, NEF lightly toning (£50 - £100)

951)

Italy - Papal States. Clement XIV (1769-1774) bronze Medal Anno VI (1774) UNC, Spink-1931, 39mm diameter in bronze, by Cropanese About EF and nicely toned (£40 - £60)

952)

Linnean Society, the Darwin-Wallace Medal 1908 48mm diameter in bronze by F.Bowcher, Obverse Bust Left LINN:SOC:LOND: 1858-1908 DARWIN, Reverse Bust three-quarters facing LINN:SOC:LOND: 1858-1908 WALLACE GEF with a hairline scratch in the obverse field, in John Pinches box. Note: Alfred Wallace, a trained surveyor and architect, devote himself to natural history, and originated, independently of Charles Darwin, the theory of natural selection. This medal commemorates the publication of their joint paper by the Linnean Society. A special meeting was held during which Wallace was presented with an example in gold. (£100 - £120)

953)

Lord Camden 1773 26mm diameter in bronze by J.Kirk, one of a series of 13 medals/Jettons issued by the Sentimental Magazine, published in 1773 GVF/VF (£35 £55)

954)

Mary I 1554 69mm diameter cast in base metal by J.da Trezzo, Eimer 33, Obverse Half-length figure wearing a veiled coif and draped. MARIA. I. REG. ANGL. FRANC. ET. HIB. FIDEI. DEFENSATRIX, Reverse: A seated female figure applies a torch to a pile of arms before a temple and holds aloft palm and olive branches. CECIS VISVS TIMIDIS. QVIES VF with some surface marks and surface deposits and a small piercing at the top (£375 - £450)

955)

Masonic - Duke of Connaught 1917 200th Anniversary of the First Masonic Grand Lodge GVF with suspension loop and ribbon (£50 - £100)

956)

Medal Clichés (9) a wide variety in mixed grades VF to EF (£40 - £60)

957)

Medals (10) a varied group includes 19th Century issues in white metal and bronze:- George IV Crowned 1821 27mm diameter in bronze, GF pierced, Caroline Queen Consort 1821 24mm diameter in brass (?) VF, William IV Coronation 1831 54mm diameter in white metal Obverse conjoined busts, right, draped, Reverse: Crown within wreath also with national floral emblems NEF with some spots, also Victoria Jubilee types, Edward VII Coronation 1902 EF pierced , uniface cast clichés (2) in bronze on thin flans, ‘as made’, and a boxed Stanley Gibbons medal 140th Anniversary 1856-1996 Proof nFDC in a Pobjoy Mint box, along with Advertising token. 1842 E. Moses & Son 39mm diameter in White metal. Three goddesses MAY 1842. in exergue/To commemorate the opening of the largest tailoring and ready-made clothing establishment in the world in circular legend around 86 Aldgate E. Moses & Son Minories 154 in 5 lines. GF with some corrosion with hole at top (as made?) and normal casting bubbles. Note:- Elias Moses produced many different advertising and calendar medals in mid-19th century London including a number with the bust of the Duke of Wellington on the obverse (£40 - £80)

958)

Medals (11), Badges (3) and Gaming Counters (2) a small group in an old spectacle box, includes some prize medals, some in silver, in mixed grades (£60 - £100)

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959)

Medals a small group (5) Brunel - Thames Tunnel opened 1843 (2) 44mm and 36mm diameter both in white metal, Grand Sunderland Bridge Eimer 1087 45mm diameter in white metal VF to EF, Tokens (2) Birmingham Union Copper Company 1812 countermarked Bradford Workhouse VG, and 18th Century George III Halfpenny token reverse worn (£50 - £70)

960)

Medals a small group (9) a wide variety 19th and 20th Century includes a modern restrike Papal States Massacre of the Huguenots 1572, GEF, some boxed, along with Penny 1951 VF (£75 - £100)

961)

Medals and Tokens (10), along with an enamelled Double Florin 1887 (6 colours), and Half Sovereign Gaming Counters (31) Victoria, ‘Prince of Wales Model Half Sovereign’ in mixed condition (£80 - £100)

962)

Medals and Tokens (47) 18th to 20th Century, a varied group, in mixed grades (£110 - £140)

963)

Medals base metal types, includes commemorative and prize, some boxed, also a small group of Roman coins in low grade, a small group of GB and World coins and tokens, also includes paranumismatic items (lot), in mixed grades (£170 - £220)

964)

Medals in base medal (17) with many in White metal, includes Coronation and Jubilee types, in mixed grades (£60 - £80)

965)

Montague Rendell 1924, Headmaster of Winchester College 64mm diameter in bronze by F.Bowcher, after R.M. Gleadowe, Eimer 1996, Obverse Bust left in academic robes AET. LXII in the field. MONTAGVE JOHN RENDALL INFORMARTOR MCMXI-XXIV Reverse: A panoramic view of Winchester College. MANNERS MAKETH MAN Exergue: MCMXXIV DOMUM DAY GEF (£40 - £60)

966)

Napoleon I, Peace of Tilsit 1807 by Andrieu and Droz; 40mm diameter in bronze, Obverse: Heads of Napoleon I, Alexander I and Friedrich Wilhelm III conjoined, Reverse: the God of the river Niemen resting on urn holding a model home, NEF, Napoleon/Annibal undated 41mm diameter in bronze by D.Denon and F.Depaulis EF and prooflike, with some light contact marks (£30 - £60)

967)

Oliver Cromwell Memorial 1658 38mm diameter in silver by J.Dassier (struck 1731) Eimer 203, Obverse Bust left, laureate, armoured and draped, OLIVARIUS CROMWELL Reverse Shield, helmet and palm upon a decorated monument, inscribed ANGLIAE. SCO. ET HIB. PROTECTOR around, four infant genii, Exergue: NAT. 3. APRIL. 1603. MORT. 3. SEPT. 1658 A/UNC (£500 - £600)

968)

Olympic Games 1936 Berlin enamel badge 30mm x 35mm by Paulmann & Crone, Ludenscheid, good enamel, no pin, as part of a group of GB medals 18th to 20th Century in base metal and white metal (16) with many Coronation and Jubilee types, some pierced for suspension, in mixed

grades, includes Prussia Frederick the Great 1758 in bronze Fine, and a triangular shaped stone with fleur-de lis carved on it (£70 - £120) 969)

Olympic Games Rome 1960 Pin badge Participation Badge Press, STAMPA legend, along with Olympic Games pin lapel badge Rome 1960 blue enamel both in good condition (£120 - £150)

970)

Peace of Utrecht 1713 Eimer 460 35mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Obverse draped bust left, ANNA . DG . MAG : BRI . FR : ET . HIB : REG . Reverse Britannia standing facing left, holding an olive branch, a spear and a shield, beyond ships to left and a farming scene to right COMPOSITIS. VENERANTVR. ARMIS. Exergue MDCCCXIII GVF with grey tone (£150 - £200)

971)

Poland Medals a large group (188) includes many larger items around 70mm diameter, some with silvered matt finish we note these larger items being offered on internet websites at £20-£25 each mostly 1980s and 1990s issues, EF to UNC, a few boxed, along with an additional mixed group (6) includes Poland 10 Zloty 1935, Medals (5) American Legion School Award 75mm diameter in bronze, Poland Prime Minister 1939-1943 Gen.Wladyslaw Sikorski brass uniface plaque 95mm diameter, Medal Józef Piłsudski 1935-1936, 58mm base metal, Prussia Siege of Prague 1757 48mm diameter in bronze (2) About Fine and Fine, the first holed (£300 - £600)

972)

Presentation of The Reform Bill 1831 by H.C., bronze, edge bruising F., Reform Bill passed into law 1832, bronze & pierced (2 types), Reform League 1865, pierced w/m., Earl Grey, supporter of Reform, brass & pierced. Generally Fine (5) (£30 - £60)

973)

Prince Albert, Society of Arts President’s Medal 1847 56mm diameter in bronze by L.C.Wyon, Eimer 1420, Obverse Bust right, ALBERT EDWARD PRINCE OIF WALES PRESIDFENT MDCCCLXIII Reverse: SOCIETY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND COMMERCE within a wreath, FOUNDED 1754 INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1847 Edge: PORTUGUESE EXAMINATION, 1895. WALTER FLOWETH About UNC in the black box of issue (£20 - £50)

974)

Prize medal in silver awarded to W.Holmes, Knutsford Athletic Festival 1863 ‘for scoring most points in Boxing, Fencing and Gymnastics 1863 GVF toned with green and red ribbon (£50 - £75)

975)

Prize Medal Royal Naval School, New Cross, (Inst.1854) The Cookney Prize Medal for Industry and Good Conduct 45mm diameter a silver award EF (£50 - £70)

976)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 (10) each 38mm diameter in bronze by Spink and Son Obverse Crowned Veiled bust laureate, the Reverses different some with Eimer 1820 reverses ie Canada, Cape Colony, Australia, Four Longest Reigns and India GVF to EF (£160 - £200)

977)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 (6) each 51mm diameter in bronze by Spink and Son Obverse Crowned Veiled head, laureate, the Reverses depicting Sheffield Town Hall, Army and Navy, Prime Ministers of 1837-1897, British Commerce, Primates of All England and The Royal Family 1897 respectively GVF to EF (£125 - £175)

978)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 25mm diameter in silver The Official Royal Mint issue A/UNC to UNC all but one with matching original tone, all in the Royal Mint

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envelopes (£150 - £200) 979)

980)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 26mm diameter in gold, the official Royal Mint issue, Eimer 1817b GVF with some edge nicks (£375 - £450)

987)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 26mm diameter in gold, the official Royal Mint issue, Eimer 1817b NEF with some hairlines and contact marks (£400 - £500)

Royal Exchange Opened 1844 28mm diameter in silver Eimer 1392 Obverse : Bust left, diademed ROYAL EXCHANGE OPENED BY H:M: QUEEN VICTORIA OCT. 28 1844 Reverse: Three shields upon a wreath; Grasshopper above. FIRST STONE LAID BY H.R.H.PRINCE ALBERT JAN.17th 1842, by W.Wyon, Fine, Births, Marriages and Deaths Register 1845 22mm diameter in brass EF, Battle of Jutland 1916 45mm diameter in White Metal, Eimer 1951, by Spink and Son Lustrous UNC in the white box, with the ‘Sold for Benefit of Naval Orphanages’ label on the lid (£50 - £100)

988)

Russia Medals (11) includes Order of the Red Star, Order of the Patriotic War, Medal for Valour type 2 with old possibly original ribbon, Order of Glory, with ribbon, Silver Merit Battle Medal 1940-1950, Order of the Red Banner of Labour, with ribbon, and more, in mixed grades, good enamel (£150 - £200)

989)

Russia Medals (4) Order of Maternal Glory Class I, awarded for raising and bearing 9 children, Class II awarded for bearing and raising 8 children, Class III awarded for bearing and raising 7 children, Motherhood Medal second class for bearing and raising 5 children, GVF to EF the enamel good (£80 - £100)

990)

Russia, Alexander III Coronation 1883, Silver Medal, by S Vazhenin and A Griliches, conjoined heads of Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna right, rev imperial crest, 50mm in silver, some digs to the obverse field, VF tooled, in the brown box of issue (£500 - £700)

991)

Russian Post World War II Medals (25) and Badges (12) in base metal, includes many Moscow Olympics badges from 1980 , in mixed condition (£60 - £80)

992)

Satirical Medal of ecclesiastical interest undated 36mm diameter, c.16th Century in Bell metal the obverse depicting Cardinal and Fool, Reverse Pope and Devil, each side has a portrait which when inverted shows the opposite face, Fine with a 34mm handle mounted at the top, comes with old letter (£50 - £75)

993)

South Africa 1895 (2) 43mm diameter one in silver, the other in bronze, similar designs, Opening van den Delagoabaai Spoorweg (bronze 37.67 grammes, silver 35.21 grammes obverse Kruger bust left OPENING VAN DEN DELAGOABAAI SPOORWEG, Reverse Wagon Wheel with wings, wheel pierced by arrows, silver NEF, bronze EF (£75 - £100)

994)

South Africa 1952 a 2-medal set Tercentenary of Van Riebeeck 1652-1952, 15.96 grammes of 22 carat gold and .925 silver both Lustrous UNC in the blue South Africa Mint box of issue, a similar set is currently being offered on the internet with an asking price of £800 (£450 - £500)

995)

South Africa 2008 Nelson Mandela Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2 ounce .999 Gold Proof, Norway Mint nFDC in capsule, only 900 issued (£2,600 - £3,200)

981)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 26mm diameter in gold, the official Royal Mint issue, Eimer 1817b, About EF with some small rim nicks, in the red box of issue (£400 - £500)

982)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in silver, the official Royal Mint issue (2) A/UNC toned and GVF lightly cleaned, both in the boxes of issue, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 Matt finish in silver 56mm diameter, the Official Royal Mint issue, UNC in the red boxes of issue (£150 - £200)

983)

984)

985)

986)

a wreath; Grasshopper above. FIRST STONE LAID BY H.R.H.PRINCE ALBERT JAN.17 1842 A/UNC and lustrous with prooflike fields (£50 - £100)

Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in silver, the official Royal Mint issue GEF in the red box of issue, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze NEF with some contact marks, in the red box of issue, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 56mm diameter in silver UNC with matt finish, in the red box of issue (£120 - £150) Queen Victoria, Visit to the City of London 1837 61mm diameter in bronze, by J.Barber, Eimer 1303, Obverse: Bust left crowned, Reverse: Victoria standing beneath a canopy, attended b y Britannia, is welcomed by the Lord Mayor: City Arms above, WELCOME. Exergue: IN COMMEMORATION OF HER MAJESTYS. VISIT. TO THE CITY OF. LONDON. NOVr 9TH 1837 THE. RIGHT. HONOR le JOHN. COWAN. LORD. MAYOR. About EF (£35 - £65) Religion related medals (20) includes Baptist Union 20th Century Fund, w/m., Church Missionary Society Centenary 1899, w/m., Catholic Emancipation Centenary of Cardiff, bronze, Myers Coverdale, Bishop of Exeter, publication of First English Bible 1535-1835 w/m. (2), English Bible Tercentenary 1835, w/m., London Missionary Society Centenary 1895, bronze; Robert Raikes Sunday School medals (9), Sunday School Centenary, Wales 1885, w/m., Wesleyan Methodist medals (3). Generally VF. (20). (£60 - £90) Royal Exchange Opened 1844 28mm diameter in silver Eimer 1392 Obverse : Bust left, diademed ROYAL EXCHANGE OPENED BY H:M: QUEEN VICTORIA OCT. 28 1844 Reverse: Three shields upon

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1003) Wellington, The Battles of the British Army in Portugal, Spain and France 1808-1814 by Toye, Kenning & Spencer Ltd. 77mm diameter in silver gilt, containing 13 printed Battle Histories, GEF in the box of issue, the tweezers normally supplied with the medal are missing (£50 - £75)

996)

997)

998)

999)

South Africa Boer War - Lord Roberts 1900 32mm diameter in gilt, weight 16.88 grammes, by E.Fuchs, Birmingham NEF, along with General Sir George White 31mm diameter in bronze Obverse : Bust right, Reverse Honeste Parta Geo s . White 1900 a facsimile of his handwriting, Eimer 1847, by E.Fuchs, Birmingham NEF (£75 - £100) Sweden Death of Gustavus III 1772 Obverse Head right GUSTAVUS III D.G.REX SVECIAE, Reverse Perseus protects imprisoned Andromeda with his shield while he turns medusa head towards sea beast UT MEA SIT. SERVATA MEA Virtute.  Exergue : XIX. August. MDCCLXXII A/UNC in round box (£50 - £100) Sweden Medal 1550-1568 33mm diameter in bronze by Johann Karl Hedlinger, Swedish rulers series (One of a 56 part set) Obverse: Armoured Bust right, ERICVS XIV DG REX SVECIAE, Reverse: Text in 10 Lines, 45 F NAT 1533 C 1561 COMITVM ET BARON DIGNITATES INTROD REVALIA CAPTA CVM DANIS CERTAMES OB REGIMEN SAEVIVS REGNO PRIV 1568 M 1577 EF with traces of lustre (£30 - £60) Switzerland (2) 1891, 600th Anniversary of the Three Forest Cantons, Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden, 50mm diameter, 44.59 grammes, Coat of Arms’ of the three forest Cantons, surrounded by 19 Coats’ of Arms of the other Swiss Cantons, Swiss Coat of Arms within wreath above, Reverse Rütlischwur scene with vistas of Morgarten and Sempach to left and right; Victory hovering above holding palm leaf and wreath. GVF with suspension loop at the top, the reverse with some scratches, Swiss Gratitude to American families 1918, Hans Frei. Eagle flying right over the ocean with wheat in claws, American flag in clouds above. Rev. text under coat-of-arms. TO THE PRESIDENT / AND PEOPLE / OF THE UNITED STATES / OF AMERICA / THE GRATITUDE / OF THE SWISS / FAMILIES 1918.AR 39.6 mm. 25.85 grammes, VF with pin mount, along with Ormskirk and Southport Agricultural Society medal 1860 UNC 47mm diameter in white metal in a lunette style case, awarded to ‘G.S.Sainsbury for Pen of East India Ducks, Southport, Aug.15 1860’ EF (£50 £100)

1000) The Great Exhibition 1851 - Exhibitors medals (2) by W.Wyon, each 44mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 1459 Obverse Bust of Prince Albert left, H.R.H. PRINCE ALBERT PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL COMMISION, Reverse: A Globe decorated with a scroll inscribed EXHIBITOR within a wreath GEF and EF (£50 - £75) 1001) USA medal 1986 One Half Pound of .999 silver, Obverse and Reverse designs similar to a Silver Eagle, Washington Mint Lustrous UNC with some handling marks, in the blue box of issue (£100 - £120) 1002) USA Spanish Civil War Sons of Veterans Auxiliary Medal 1883 with ribbon and bar, bar title missing, USA Spanish War Veterans Medal 1892-1902 with ribbon, VF the ribbons with some fading (£30 - £60)

1004) Wellington’s Battles - British Victories in the Peninsula a set of 20 medalets each 15mm diameter in brass 18081814 Obverse: Angel BY THE MERCY OF GOD, Reverse: Dates of each respective Battle, EF to UNC and lustrous, contained in a box in the shape of a tube, this inscribed ‘British Victories in the Peninsula’ (£50 - £100) 1005) William Gladstone 70th Birthday 1879 44mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1665 by L.C.Wyon Obverse bust right, draped WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE AET.70 Reverse 29th DECEMBER 1879 within a wreath SERUS IN COELUM REDEAS DIUQUE LAETUS INTERSIS POPULO GEF with some tiny rim nicks (£45 - £55) 1006) World War I Pair to Pte. C.G.Holt 38719 Queen’s Regiment, along with 1914-1915 star to Pte.J.Handslip 3853 The Queen’s Regiment, First World War Medal to Pte.R.Towell 27544 The Queen’s Regiment, and Second World War Medal 1939-1945 with additional ribbon, in mixed grades (£20 - £40) 1007) Kuwait Liberation Medals Bahrain issue 40 mm bronze map with oil field, shield reverse with suspension ribbon green, white, black and red Unc (26) (£200 - £250)

World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1008- 1409) 1008) Albania 1931 VIP Proof/Proofs of record a 2-coin set, 1 Lek 1931 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PR66 Cameo, Half Lek 1931 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Cameo, both Ex-Melbourne Mint, these the only pre-World War II Albanian VIP Proof issues, and minted in very small numbers (£3,000 - £3,500)

1009) Australia (2) Sixpence 1910 KM#19 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, Threepence 1910 KM#18 EF/ GEF (£70 - £90) 1010) Australia (2) Sixpence 1918M KM#25 GVF, Threepence 1943 KM#37 Lustrous UNC (£70 - £80) 1011) Australia (3) Florins (2) 1913 KM#27 GF/NVF, 1916M KM#27 NEF and lustrous, Sixpence 1916M KM#25 Fine, the reverse with some scratches (£140 - £180) 1012) Australia 15 Dollars 1988 Koala One Tenth Ounce KM#108 Platinum Proof nFDC (£65 - £85)

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1013) Australia Florin 1912 KM#27 NVF the reverse with some toning in the field (£80 - £100) 1014) Australia Half Sovereign 1856 Sydney Branch Mint, tilted 5 over 5 VG the variety very clear (£200 - £300) 1015) Australia Half Sovereign 1856 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 430, McDonald 003a, the 6 overstruck, the underlying strike unclear, NEF/GVF Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£4,000 - £5,000)

1025) Austria a Fantasy Restrike in the style of a Maria Theresa Thaler 1760 in 16mm diameter in 9 carat gold Lustrous UNC (£25 - £35) 1026) Austria Half Thaler undated Ferdinand I (1521-1564) Obverse half length bust VG on a full round flan (£45 - £65) 1027) Austria Maria Theresa Thaler 1780 Restrikes (2) one a Proof issue UNC to FDC fully lustrous (£40 - £45) 1028) Austrian States - Salzburg Thaler 1653 KM#87 Near Fine, smoothed in places (£110 - £130) 1029) Bahamas Fifty Dollars 1973 Independence Gold Proof KM#48 uncased (£225 - £275)

1016) Australia Half Sovereign 1858 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 383 VG (£125 - £225)

1030) Barbados Penny 1788 Copper Proof Restrike, I.MILTON.F on truncation, KM#Tn6 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB (£120 - £150)

1017) Australia Half Sovereign 1865 Marsh 390 VG Rare (£175 - £275)

1031) Barbados Penny 1792 Copper Restrike KM#Tn10 in an NGC holder Proof Details - Altered Colour (£200 - £250)

1018) Australia Sixpence 1921 KM#25 UNC/AU with minor cabinet friction (£100 - £150)

1032) Belgium (2) 10 Centimes 1832 KM#2.1 About EF, 5 Centimes 1848 KM#5.1 Fine (£80 - £100)

1019) Australia Sovereign 1856 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 361, McDonald 103, the 6 with traces of an overstrike but the underlying figure unclear, Near EF the portrait with signs of smoothing on the neck, the coin retaining much eye appeal and very rare, we note that PCGS have slabbed many more Sydney 1855 Sovereigns than 1856 (£5,000 - £6,000)

1033) Belgium 1 Centime 1850 KM#1.2 Toned UNC with a few spots (£80 - £90) 1034) Belgium 1 Franc 1989 Flemish Legend Patter similar to KM#171 with P in centre, lustrous UNC, unlisted by Krause (£50 - £60) 1035) Belgium 10 Centimes 1901 French legend KM#42 UNC with a few small verdigris spots (£85 - £100) 1036) Belgium 10 Francs 1930 (2) BELGIQUE legend KM99 and BELGIE legend KM#100 both EF or near so (£75 - £100)

1020) Australia Sovereign 1866 Marsh 371 Fine with a flan flaw on the reverse (£230 - £260) 1021) Australia Sovereign 1867 Sydney Branch Mint Marsh 372 Fine with some surface marks, Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 1022) Australia Tokens (3) Penny Tokens (2) 1862 Victoria, W.Jamieson, Warrnambool KM#Tn136 GF/NVF, scarce, and , Joseph Moir, Hobart, Tasmania, undated KM#Tn174 NVF once cleaned now retoned, Halfpenny Token 1860 A.G.Hodgson Melbourne KM#Tn107 Good Fine, with a weak strike in the centre (£300 - £350) 1023) Austria - Strasbourg (Bishops) Quarter Thaler Carl v.Lothringen undated (1592-1607) Reverse Arms and Cardinals hat ALSAS LANGARA VF, pleasing and even, the obverse with a small stain below the bust (£150 - £200) 1024) Austria 100 Schilling 1927 KM#2842 UNC or very near so and lustrous with minor contact marks (£750 - £850)

1037) Belgium 2 Centimes 1859 KM#4.2 Toned UNC with a small spot on the Lion’s paw (£35 - £45) 1038) Belgium 5 Centimes 1898 French Legend KM#41 AU/UNC with light cabinet friction, Scarce (£35 - £45) 1039) Belgium 50 Francs 1935 St. Michael, Dutch legend KM#107.1 UNC (£60 - £70) 1040) Biafra One Pound 1969 KM#6 UNC and lustrous (£75 £100) 1041) Bohemia - Bohemian Estates 24 Kreuzer 1620 Friedrich von der Pfalz KM#238 Good Fine with strong portrait and some light surface pitting (£40 - £60) 1042) British Guiana (Guyana) 1/8 Guilder 1836 KM#22 stated by the vendor to be a Proof striking, GEF toned with a scuff on the obverse (£90 - £120) 1043) British Honduras Cent 1926 KM#19 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 BN (£125 - £150) 1044) British Honduras One Cent 1954 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#27 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB (£300 £400)

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1045) British Honduras One Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB Cameo, Ex-Heritage Auction # 231625 Lot 64149 (part) (£180 £220) 1046) British Honduras One Cent 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 RB Cameo, Ex-Heritage Auction # 231625 Lot 64149 (part) (£180 £220) 1047) British Honduras One Cent 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 nFDC and retaining much original mint brilliance (£180 - £220)

1054) Cambodia Tical CS1208 (1847) larger type KM37 Hamza Bird and Temple crude GVF-NEF and seldom offered (14.7 grams) (£75 - £150) 1055) Cambodia Tical CS1208 (1847) small type thick flan (14.6 grams) KM36 Hamza Bird and Temple crude VF and once cleaned, chop mark reverse field (£50 - £75)

1048) British Honduras One Cent 1961 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB, Ex-Heritage Auction # 231625 Lot 64150 (£180 - £220)

1056) Canada - New Brunswick 5 Cents 1864 Small 6 KM#7 Fine, Essequibo and Demerara One Stiver 1813 KM#10 Fine, the reverse with some digs (£25 - £50)

1049) British Honduras One Cent 1961 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#30 UNC/nFDC with some light contact marks and toning, retaining much original mint brilliance (£180 - £220)

1057) Canada 10 Cents 1884 KM#3 in a PCGS holder and graded VF35 (£800 - £1,000)

1050) British North Borneo One Cent 1889H Second 8 over 9 comes with an ANACS attribution ticket from 1984 along with Black and White photographs VF and unlisted by Krause (£50 - £100) 1051) British West Africa Penny 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#33, FT208A, in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RD (£200 - £250)

1058) Canada 10 Cents 1910 Pointed Leaves KM#33 Lustrous UNC, 1885 KM#3 GF/NVF toned, Newfoundland 20 Cents 1912 KM#15 UNC or near so deeply toned with a small edge nick (£100 - £150)

1052) British West Indies 1/16th Dollar 1822 KM#1 Fine, Tortola Black Dog undated (1801) TB countermark on 1749 French Colonies Fine (£40 - £60)

1059) Canada 25 Cents 1885 KM#5 VG or slightly better, Rare (£70 - £90)

1053) Bulgaria a 2-coin set 100 Leva 1934 VIP Proof/Proof or record KM#45 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, 50 Leva 1934 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#44 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, both Ex-Melbourne Mint Museum and only the second pair graded of these extremely rare issues, unpriced by Krause (£3,500 - £4,000)

1060) Canada 25 Cents 1886 6 over 3 KM#5 VG Rare (£40 - £60) 1061) Canada 25 Cents 1894 KM#5 UNC and choice with an attractive light golden tone (£250 - £500)

1062) Canada 5 Cents 1875H Small date KM#2 VF, Very rare (£425 - £525)

1063) Canada 5 Dollars 1913 KM#26 GEF/AU slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£200 - £275)

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1064) Central American Republic 8 Reales 1847 7 over 6 NG A KM#4 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 (£300 - £400)

1065) China - Kiau Chau - German Occupation Coinage 5 Cents 1909 KM#1 NVF (£75 - £95)

1072) Colombia 50 Centavos 1892 400th Anniversary of Columbus’ Discovery of America, Cap points to right side of A, KM#187.2 in an NGC holder and graded MS61 (£30 - £40) 1073) Colombia 50 Centavos die trials 1886 (these trials for the 1887 KM#185 design) Obverse and reverse both uniface in lead or white metal? On very thin flans, Obverse very similar to KM-185, Liberty head left with matronly features of the wife of President Nunez, Dona Soledad Roman de Nunez which caused a public outcry causing the coin to be nicknamed “Cocobola” after a contemporary bandit. Reverse is a totally new rendering of the national arms. A new discovery. 30mm irregular uniface. 2 pieces, The coin was struck for circulation in 1887 and 1888. UNC and lustrous with surface marks (£500 - £600)

1066) China - Republic 1000 Yuan 1965 (Year 54) Centennial Birthday of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Y#541 Lustrous UNC the obverse with minimal contact marks, in the green numbered box of issue (Number 03846) the box in good condition (£425 - £625)

1074) Colombia 8 Escudos 1796 P-JF KM#62.2 VF with some small rim nicks (£1,000 - £1,200) 1067) China - Republic 2000 Yuan 1965 (Year 54) Centennial Birthday of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Y#542 Lustrous UNC in the maroon numbered box of issue (No.01666) box in good condition (£850 - £1,250)

1075) Colombia Peso 1956 200th Anniversary of the Popayan Mint KM#216 UNC (£30 - £40) 1076) Congo 10 Francs Essai 1965 Aluminium Trial KM#E1 variant in an NGC holder and graded MS66 (£150 - £200) 1077) Congo Democratic Republic 10 Francs 1965 Essai in aluminium KM#E1 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£150 - £200) 1068) China - Republic Dollar (Yuan) 1912Li Yuan-Hung Foundation of the Republic undated (1912) Y#321 GVF/ VF the obverse with dark tone and with uneven surfaces, the reverse with a dark tone line (£100 - £150)

1078) Crete 10 Lepta 1900 KM#4.1 A/UNC and lustrous, considerably superior to the Krause plate coin and very scarce in this high grade (£100 - £150)

1069) China 20 Yuan 2002 KM#1366 Lustrous UNC (£45 - £55)

1079) Crete 5 Drachmai 1901 KM#9 Fine. The reverse slightly better, Rare (£170 - £220)

1070) China People’s Republic 10 Yuan 1983 Panda Gold One Tenth Ounce KM#69 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£130 - £160)

1080) Cuba 5 Pesos 1915 KM#19 VF Ex-jewellery (£200 - £275)

1071) Colombia 2 Escudos 1783 P SF Near Fine/Fine (£150 £200)

1081) Cyprus Twenty Pounds 1992 Opening of the Cyprus University Gold Proof FDC, unlisted by Krause (£400 £500)

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1094) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record, KM#3 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB (£180 - £220)

1082) Danish West Indies (2) 20 Cents 1879 KM#71 VF with some hairlines, 10 Cents 1878 KM#70 VF both heavily hairlined (£130 - £160)

1095) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories Half Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#1 UNC with some contact marks, retaining considerable mint lustre, Krause states a mintage of just 20 pieces (£200 - £250)

1083) Denmark 24 Skilling 1624 KM#136.2 VG scarce (£60 - £80) 1084) Denmark Ducat 1749 KM#577 UNC or very near so and lustrous (£5,000 - £6,000) 1096) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories Half Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record, KM#1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB, Extremely rare with Krause stating a mintage of just 20 pieces (£200 - £250)

1085) Denmark One Skilling Rigsmont 1869 VIP Proof/Proof of record, unlisted as a Proof by Krause, KM#774 for type, in an NGC holder and graded PF65 RB (£180 - £220) 1086) Denmark Rigsbankdaler 1813 KM#683.1 VG or netter, a scarce one-year type (£100 - £120) 1087) Dominican Republic 50 Centesimos 1891 KM#10 A/UNC with a colourful underlying tone (£30 - £40)

1097) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record, KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB Cameo, Extremely rare with Krause stating a mintage of just 20 pieces, Ex-Heritage Auction # 231626, 30/6/2016 Lot 65123 (£200 - £250) 1098) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB, we note only one previous example on the Heritage database (£180 - £220)

1088) East Africa 10 Cents 1949 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 RB (£220 £260)

1099) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder slabbed and graded PF64 BN deeply toned (£180 - £220)

1089) East Africa Shillings (2) 1941I KM#28.2 Near Fine/Fine, rare along with 1941I KM#28.1 Good Fine with a flan flaw in the obverse field (£55 - £75)

1100) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories One Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder slabbed and graded PF63 RB (£180 - £220)

1090) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 10 Cents 1955 (1991 Restrike) as X#TS2 Trial Proof, Reverse MODEL, in an NGC holder and graded PF68 Ultra Cameo, previously sold in a US auction for $800 (£280 - £340)

1101) Ecuador 10 Centavos 1919 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#64 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 (£325 - £400)

1102) Egypt One Franc Token C.H and A Bazin 1865 Suez Canal 24-sided in copper KM#Tn3 GVF/VF Rare (£500 - £600)

1091) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#3 UNC and lustrous, with some surface marks, retaining much original brilliance (£180 - £220) 1092) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#3nFDC with light contact marks, retaining considerable original mint brilliance (£180 - £220) 1093) East Caribbean States - British Caribbean Territories 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#3 nFDC lightly toned, retaining considerable original mint brilliance (£180 - £220)

1103) Eritrea Tallero 1918 KM#5 Fine/Good Fine, scarce (£130 - £160) 1104) France 10 Francs (3) 1863A KM#800.1 Fine, 1865A KM#800.1 Fine, 1865BB KM#800.2 About Fine (£250 £300) 1105) France 20 Francs 1814A KM#706.1 NVF (£160 - £200)

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1106)

France 20 Francs 1830A KM#726.1 VF with some small edge nicks (£280 - £320)

1107)

France 20 Francs 1851A KM#762 NVF (£160 - £200)

1108)

France 40 Francs 1824A Charles X KM#721.1 GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£320 - £420)

1109)

France 5 Centimes 1864K KM#797.3 Lustrous UNC (£50 - £75)

1110)

France 5 Francs 1871 KM#818.2 Good Fine/Fine with some small edge nicks (£80 - £100)

1111)

France 5 Francs Gold (3) 1858A KM#787.1 Fine, Exjewellery, 1862A KM# NVF/GVF,1866BB KM#803.2 Fine (£120 - £160)

1112)

France 50 Francs 1857A KM#785.1 GVF or slightly better (£520 - £620)

1116)

France Royal d’Or Charles V (1364-1380) Friedberg 283 VF with an edge crack at 11 o’clock (£500 - £750)

1117)

German East Africa Half Rupie 1913J KM#9 GEF and nicely toned with some light hairlines (£65 - £95)

1118)

German East Africa One Rupie 1891 Proof KM#2 EF Rare (£225 - £275)

1119)

German New Guinea 5 Marks 1894A KM#7 NVF/GF with some surface marks (£120 - £150)

1120) German States - Baden 5 Marks 1877G KM#266, LCGS Variety 01 AU/GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £200)

1113)

1114)

France Half Ecu d’Or au soleil Francois I (1515-1547) Friedberg 343 Good Fine with a very slight crease mark (£300 - £400)

1121) German States - Brunswick-Luneburg-CalenbergHannover Thaler 1715 HCB KM#88.2 Fine with two edge cracks (£65 - £85) 1122) German States - Brunswick-Luneburg-Celle Thaler 1662LW KM#211 Good Fine (£1,000 - £1,200)

France Louis d’Or 1653 Arras Mint, mintmark Rat KM#157.2 EF, this seldom seen, especially in high grade (£1,500 - £2,000) 1123) German States - Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel Thaler 1765 E-IDB KM#966.1 Fine (£85 - £125) 1124) German States - Hamburg 10 Marks 1880J KM#600 gilded EF with a scratch on the reverse (£100 - £150)

1115)

France One Franc L’an 13 KM#656.1 NEF and nicely toned (£200 - £250)

1125) German States - Lubeck 48 Schillings (Courantthaler) 1752 JJJ KM#168.1 Good Fine and bold (£90 - £120) 1126) German States - Prussia 10 Marks 1873B KM#502 Fine

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(£100 - £150)

a few minor hairlines (£20 - £30)

1127)

German States - Prussia 20 Marks 1888A KM#516 GVF (£200 - £275)

1143) Greece (2) 2 Drachma 1957 KM#82 UNC or near so and 50 Lepta 1959 KM#80 UNC (£75 - £100)

1128)

German States - Prussia 20 Marks 1890A KM#521 GF/ NVF (£200 - £275)

1129)

German States - Prussia Half Frederick d’Or 1750A KM#257 VF/GVF (£500 - £600)

1144) Greece (2) 2 Drachmai 1873A KM#39 Fine or better with heavier contact marks on the obverse, 2 Lepta 1851 KM#31 NVF with a scratch and a scuff on the reverse (£100 - £120)

1130)

German States - Regensburg Thaler 1793 KM#469 NVF/ VF toned with a flan crack at 5 o’clock and a flaw by the date (£90 - £120)

1131)

German States Brunswick Wolfenbuttel 3 Marks 1915 A Obv legend UN LUNEB KM#1162 Unc with a lovely tone (£200 - £250)

1132)

Germany - Democratic Republic 20 Mark 1966 Death of Leibniz KM#16.1 UNC (£100 - £120)

1133)

Germany - Democratic Republic 20 Mark 1969 Goethe KM#25 UNC (£75 - £100)

1134)

Germany - Empire 50 Pfennigs 1875G KM#6 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, 10 Pfennigs 1874H KM#4 A/ UNC with small tone spots, both scarce, especially in high grade (£85 - £125)

1135)

Germany - Federal Republic 5 Mark 1957J Von Eichendorf KM#117 GEF/UNC one tiny edge nick (£150 - £200)

1136)

Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks Commemorative Coinage 1952D Centenary of the Nurnberg Museum KM#113 EF (£125 - £150)

1137)

Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks Commemorative Coinage 1955 F Schiller prooflike Unc but once cleaned (hairlines) KM 114 (£150 - £200)

1138)

Germany Weimar Republic 3 Reichsmarks 1932J KM#74 VF Rare (£130 - £160)

1139)

Germany - Weimar Republic 5 Reichsmark 1928A KM#56 NVF with an edge bruise (£100 - £120)

1140)

Germany 2 Marks 1951D (Munich) Proof KM#111 Very Rare with only 200 minted, in an NGC holder and graded PF66 (£250 - £300)

1145) Greece 2 Lepta 1833 KM#14 About UNC with traces of lustre and a few small spots, very rare in this high grade (£80 - £100) 1146) Greece 20 Drachma 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#85 in an NGC holder and graded PF66, an extremely rare Proof with Heritage not listing any records on their database, Ex-DNW 11/2/2015 Lot 375, Ex-Nobles (Australia), Ex-Melbourne Mint Museum (£3,500 - £4,000)

1147) Greece 5 Lepta 1830 as KM#6 but inner circle of a chevrontype pattern EF with slight weakness around the date area, Very Rare in high grade (£400 - £500)

1148) Grenada 4 Bits (3 Shillings) GS, G countermark on a 1/3 cut Mexico City 8 Reales, undated (1814) KM#8 the date of the host coin ends in 0, rare to see the Mint and part of the date on this type of issue, countermark Fine, host coin VG (£600 - £900)

1149) Guadeloupe 50 Centimes 1921 (2) KM#45 both GEF (£65 - £85) 1150) Guatemala Half Quetzal 1925 KM#241.1 in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£100 - £160) 1151) Guernsey One Double 1830 S.7202 UNC toned with minor cabinet friction (£50 - £75)

1141)

Germany Weimar Republic Reichsmark 1926 A Freedom of Lubeck KM48 AU with original mint brilliance (£150 £200)

1142)

Ghana Ten Shillings 1958 Silver Proof KM#7 nFDC with

1152) Guinea-Bissau (5) 1977 FAO Set comprising 20 Pesos KM#21, 5 Pesos KM#20, 2 1/2 Pesos KM#19, 1 Peso KM#18, and 50 Centavos KM#17a, all UNC the first two with light toning (£30 - £40) 1153) Haiti Crown 1811 INA Retro issue Restrike in Silver X#13, in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo (£100 £120)

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1154)

Haiti Crown 1811 L’An 8 INA Retro Issue Silver Restrike X#13 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PR68 Ultra Cameo, Ex-Heritage Auction 231626 June 2016 Lot 65239 (part) (£100 - £120)

1155)

Halfpenny George III Evasion 1796 Obverse GOD SAVE THE KING, Reverse a tree with three crowns, a handshake below, date in exergue BE AS YOU SEEM TO BE, VF scarce, unlisted by Coleman (£80 - £100)

1156)

Hong Kong Dollar 1867 KM#10 GF/NVF with some small spots (£600 - £700)

1157)

Hong Kong Ten Cents 1905 KM#132 EF, Very Rare (£400 - £600)

1158)

Hungary 5 Pengo 1938 UP Proof Restrike X#Pn13.1 in a PCGS holder and graded PR67 CAM (£50 - £75)

1159)

India - Delhi Sultanate Ghorids, Gold Dinar 12th to 13th Century 16mm diameter, 3.80 grammes Fine (£170 - £220)

1160)

India - Madras Presidency Mohur undated (1819) KM#421.1 About EF with some surface marks (£900 £1,100)

1161)

India - Madras Presidency Mohur undated (1819) KM#421.1 EF with small rim nicks (£1,300 - £1,600)

1164) India - Mughal Empire Zodiac Mohur in silver AH1027/13 Cancer (Crab) Ahmadabad Mint KM#150.10 (Type 150) weight 10.82 grammes NVG Rare (£450 - £550) 1162)

India - Mughal Empire Gold Mohur 1628-1658 quatrefoil type, 10.36 grammes Fine, Ex-mount (£350 - £450)

1163)

India - Mughal Empire Zodiac Mohur in gold AH1032 Capricornus (Goat) Agra Mint, KM#180.19 (Type 180) weight 10.05 grammes VG Extremely Rare (£22,000 £32,000)

1165) India - Mughal Empire Zodiac Mohur in silver AH1027/13 Gemini (Twins) Ahmadabad Mint, KM#150.7 (Type 150)

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weight 10.68 grammes VG Rare (£900 - £1,200)

1166)

India - Mughal Empire Zodiac Mohur in silver AH1027/13 Taurus (Bull) Ahmadabad Mint, KM#150.5 (Type 150) weight 11.11 grammes VG/NF with an attempted drilling on the reverse, Rare (£800 - £1,200)

1167)

India 2 Mohurs 1835 Milled edge, Calcutta Mint, RS on truncation, KM#452.1 a later Proof restrike with signs of old cleaning EF with some hairlines (£14,000 - £16,000)

1168) India 50 Rupees 1974 FAO KM#255 Lustrous UNC and prooflike (£50 - £100) 1169) India Gahadaralas of Kana Govinda Chandra Deva Gold Stater 1114-1154AD 3.87 grammes, Fine (£110 - £140) 1170) India Gold Temple Token undated 5 grammes About EF (£180 - £220) 1171) India Mohur 1841 type II Obverse legend divided, WW incuse on truncation, Large Date with Plain 4 KM#462.1 EF with a small edge nick (£2,400 - £2,800)

1172) India Mohur 1841 type II Obverse legend divided, WW incuse on truncation, Large Date with Plain 4 KM#462.1 VF or slightly better (£1,900 - £2,200)

1173) India One Rupee 1921 KM#524 Lustrous UNC, the obverse with some contact marks, scarce (£75 - £100) 1174) India One Rupee 1938 Bombay Mint, with dot KM#555

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NEF with some contact marks (£125 - £150) 1175)

India Quarter Rupee 1880 Calcutta, incuse C, KM#490 in a PCGS secure holder and graded XF40, the only example on the PCGS Secure Population report, we also note that Heritage sold an NGC graded MS63 example for $17,037 in April 2014 (£3,000 - £4,000)

1176)

India Western Gangas Gold Gajapati Pagoda 12th to 14th Century Obverse Caparisoned Elephant, Reverse: Floral Scroll, 3.88 grammes About VF (£300 - £400)

1177)

Indian Mughal Empire - 5 Rupees silver AH1112 Aurangzeb (AH1068-1118) 1658-1707 Darul-khair Ajmer Mint 42mm diameter, weight 55.48 grammes, Obverse legend: Aurangzeb Alamgir Sha[h] [za]d Chu Badr Munir / Sikka [Dar Jahan], Reverse legend: Zarb Dar-ul’Khair Ajm[er] Manus / Maimnat /[Jalus] (Sanah), At Ajmer is the dargah (Holy Shrine) of the renowned saint Moin-uddin Chishti. Mughal emperors used to visit the holy place periodically, and from this coin it appears that Aurangzeb visited in AH1112. This is the first silver coin known of a denomination higher than a silver Rupee. Good Fine and bold, the only known example, comes with an extract from The Numismatic Digest Vol. 19 1995 (IIRNS Productions), unpublished prior to this document. Ex-Ratilal Devshi Shah 2001, Ex-Amir of Bahawalpur (Pakistan) Sadiq Muhammad Khan collection, also comes with the following information:- Earliest coins of higher denominations were issued in India during the time of the Khilji Sultans of Delhi, but no such coin has surfaced so far. Earliest coins of this nature are known only from the time of Mughal Emperor Akbar. Abul Fazl has given a list of such gold coins in his Ain-i-Akbari. Jahangir in his autobiography has mentioned giant gold coins that he had ordered to be issued, but only 5 Mohur pieces of Akbar and Jahangir are known in the British Museum Collection. What is striking to note is that none of these emperors except Aurangzeb had used silver for these large high denomination coins. Aurangzeb issued a 200 Rupee coin which has been long known of, previously mentioned by P.L.Gupta. Now this 5 Rupee coin has come to light, of the highest rarity with Royal provenance, and would be the centrepiece of any Indian Mughal Empire collection (£110,000 - £140,000)

1178) Indian Princely States - Awadh Gold Ashrafi AH1239/5 (1823) 10.69 grammes KM#170 About EF (£1,200 £1,500)

1179) Indian Princely States - Awadh Gold Ashrafi AH1264/2 (1847) 10.74 grammes KM#378 VF (£1,200 - £1,500)

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1180)

Indian Princely States - Dhrangdhara, Coronation of Mayurdhvaji Singh Coronation Medals 1940s issues an 11-piece set with 4 pieces in gold dated VS2003 (1946) , each 19mm diameter and weighing 11.5, 9.7, 7.98 and 5.83 grammes respectively, other issues in Silver, aluminium (gold gilt), and copper GEF to UNC and lustrous, very rare as a full set (£6,000 - £8,000)

1185) Indian States - Vijayanagar, Half Pagoda Hari Hara II 1377-1404, 1.69 grammes, Siva enthroned cross-legged with Parvati seated on his left thigh, Mitchener 877 VF (£100 - £200) 1186) Iran Half Toman AH1339 (1920) KM#1071 VF with two spots on the obverse, one of the scarcer dates in the series (£75 - £125) 1187) Ireland (2) Halfcrown 1937 S.6625 NVF and bold, Florin 1937 S.6266 VF (£180 - £220) 1188) Ireland Crown Gunmoney 1690 Legend commences to left of head, legend split VICT/ORE, S.6578 Near Fine, the coin showing many parts of the understrike (£40 - £80) 1189) Ireland Crown Gunmoney 1690 VICT/ORE S.6578 Fine/ Good Fine, an interesting understrike shows the head of the King protruding from the horse’s chest, Fine and unusual (£90 - £120) 1190) Ireland Crown Gunmoney 1690 VICT/ORE S.6578 Fine/ Good Fine, Scotland Turner 1677 FBA for FRA error S.5630 Near Fine (£90 - £120)

1181)

Indian Princely States - Jaipur Gold Mohur Man Singh II KM#163 10.91 grammes GVF (£400 - £500)

1191) Ireland Farthing 1806 S.6622 chocolate UNC (£150 - £175) 1192) Ireland Halfcrown 1943 S.6633 VG (£120 - £150) 1193) Ireland Pennies (2) Edward I Dublin Mint, Late issue, Single pellet on breast S.6264 Fine, Edward I Waterford Mint, Early issue, Trefoil of pellets on breast S.6249 approaching Fine (£200 - £250)

1182)

Indian Princely States - Jodhpur Gold Mohur Hanwant Singh KM#160 11.00 grammes About VF (£400 - £500)

1194) Ireland Penny 1805 S.6620 and Essequibo and Demerara Half Stiver 1813 both VF (£20 - £40) 1195) Ireland Penny 1935 S.6630 A/UNC with traces of lustre and some small spots (£50 - £75) 1196) Ireland Penny 1968 Proof or Prooflike UNC or very near so, unusually sharp and lustrous (£50 - £100)

1183)

Indian Princely States - Kutch 100 Kori 1866 (VS 1922) Y#19 EF (£1,200 - £1,500)

1184)

Indian Princely States- Kutch 50 Kori 1874 (VS1930) Y#18 About UNC (£1,200 - £1,500)

1197) Ireland Penny 1968 VIP Proof KM#11, nFDC starting to tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 91, one of 20 examples minted, examples have been realising upwards of $800 of late (£400 - £600)

1198) Ireland Shilling Elizabeth I ‘Fine Coinage’ of 1561 S.6505 Obverse Fine with an even portrait and a small stain on the inner circle, Reverse approaching Fine with some weakness in the centre of the reverse, Rare (£500 - £600)

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1199)

Ireland Shilling Elizabeth I Third (base) coinage 1601-1602 S.6507 mintmark Star VG with uneven surface (£250 £300)

1200) Ireland Shilling James I Second Coinage 1604-1607 S.6515 mintmark Martlet GVF with some small weak areas, however a most attractive example for this type and seldom seen in any grade above Fine (£600 - £1,200)

1208) Italian States - Milan Gold Doppia 1587 Obverse: Bust of Philip II of Spain, right, Reverse: Crowned shield, 6.55 grammes Good VF, Ex-Hunter M.Archington Collection (Numismatica Ars Classica 69, 4 December 2012), lot 608 (£2,250 - £2,750)

1201) Ireland Shilling James I Second Coinage 1604-1607 S.6515 mintmark Rose Fair/VG lightly creased (£100 £120)

1209) Italian States - Papal States 2 Scudo d’Oro 1700-I KM#656 Fine, ex-jewellery (£180 - £250)

1202) Ireland Sixpence 1935 S.6628 UNC and lustrous with some light contact marks (£100 - £120)

1210) Italian States - Sardinia 5 Lire 1826 Fine or better with some contact marks (£40 - £60)

1203) Ireland Sixpence Gunmoney 1689 Dec. S.6583I About EF evenly struck and pleasing, comes with old collector’s ticket stating Baldwin 1947 Seaby No. IC172 7/-, £120 in 2008’ (£100 - £150)

1211) Italian States - Tuscany Francescone (10 Paoli) 1765 Francesco II, as Emperor Francis I C#8d Davenport 1505A Good Fine with hints of gold tone (£85 - £125)

1204) Islamic Dirhams (2), gilded 4.5 grammes and 3,9 grammes respectively, VG to Near Fine with some worn areas, viewing recommended (£160 - £200) 1205) Isle of Man Halfpenny 1733 Plain interior to cap, wing tip to E, S.7409a Proof in silver, EF, Ex-H.Manville , Ex-Joseph Lepczyk Auction 52 22/3 April 1983 Lot 1760 (£1,000 £1,200)

1212) Italian States - Venice Zecchino undated Francesco Loredano (1752-1762) KM#619, Friedberg 1405 Good Fine, plugged (£140 - £160) 1213) Italian States - Venice, Andrea Gritti. 1523-1538 AD. AR Mocenigo o Lira. obv: Christ standing, facing on platform inscribed GZ; GLORIA-TIBI-SOLI. rev: Doge with gonfalon kneeling left, before St. Mark standing rt., raising hem of his robes; SM-VENET-ANDREAS-GRITI. DVX down flag staff. Fine with edge loop mount at top (£50 - £70) 1214) Italy 20 Lire 1865 KM#10.1 EF and lustrous (£250 - £300)

1206) Isle of Man Penny 1758 Proof in silver S.7406b, Pridmore 15a, KM#7a, 11.53 grammes, Ex-J.D.Bolton, Baldwins 1986, GEF with minor contact marks, Rare (£2,500 £3,000)

1215)

Italy 20 Lire 1927R Yr.VI KM#69 GVF/NEF with some small toning areas (£100 - £150)

1216) Italy 5 Lire 1928R KM#67.1 VF (£50 - £60) 1217) Italy 50 Lire 1931 IX KM#71 About EF with some contact marks (£230 - £260)

1207) Italian States - Genoa Scudo (Stretto) 1682 SM KM#79 weight 37.87 grammes Bold Good Fine or better with old toning and some haymarking (£200 - £250)

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1218) Italy One Lira 1887M KM#24.2 UNC and lustrous with some tiny rim nicks (£50 - £75) 1219) Jamaica 100 Dollars 1998 World Cup Football Gold Proof UNC with contact marks (£450 - £650) 1220) Japan Bu (Ichibu) undated (1859-1868 (Ansei era) C#16a VF (£30 - £50) 1221) Jersey 1/12th Shilling 1945 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#19, S.7019 in an NGC holder and graded PF63 RB (£220 - £260) 1222) Libya 2 Milliemes 1952 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#2 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 BN, Krause states only 32 pieces minted (£250 - £300) 1223) Mauritius 2 Cents 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 nFDC retaining almost full mint lustre, with a pleasing magenta tone, (£160 - £200) 1224) Mauritius 2 Cents 1959 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 nFDC with much original lustre and attractive magenta tone (£160 - £200)

#3046 April 2016 Lot 32672 (£240 - £280) 1237) Mexico 2 Reales 1778 Mo.FF KM#88.2 VG slabbed and graded LCGS 15 (£20 - £40) 1238) Mexico 8 Reales Cob date off flan Poor (£100 - £120) 1239) Mexico Escudo 1775 Mo FM KM#118.2 GF/NVF ExJewellery (£80 - £110) 1240) Mexico Real 1608 or 1609 (dated by mintmark) MA KM#27.2 VG (£40 - £60) 1241) Monaco 10 Francs 1966 Prince Rainier and Princess Grace Silver Essai KM#E56 UNC in slide case (£45 - £55) 1242) Mozambique 80 Reis 1820 KM#20 Fine, a bold and collectable example (£45 - £65) 1243) Muscat and Oman Quarter Anna AH1311 (1893) as KM#2 an off-metal striking, tested and found to be struck in .925 silver, 10.25 grammes (normally struck in copper) thought to have been struck in India to test the dies to be supplied to the Muscat Mint, VF and possibly unique (£500 - £750)

1225) Mauritius 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RD Cameo (£160 £200) 1226) Mauritius 2 Cents 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#32 nFDC lightly toning, retaining much original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1227) Mauritius 5 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RB Cameo (£160 £200) 1228) Mauritius 5 Cents 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 nFDC lightly toning, retaining almost full original mint brilliance (£160 - £200) 1229) Mauritius 5 Cents 1964 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 RB (£160 - £200) 1230) Mauritius 5 Cents 1964 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#34 in an NGC holder slabbed and graded PF63 RB (£160 £200) 1231) Mauritius 5 Cents 1964 VIP Proof/Proof or record KM#34 UNC with some contact marks, retaining almost full, slightly subdued brilliance (£160 - £280) 1232) Mauritius One Cent 1949 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#25 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 RB (£220 - £260) 1233) Mauritius One Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#31 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 RD Cameo (£160 £200)

\ 1244) Myanmar Quarter Pe CS1143 (1781), without central hole, larger fish, About Fine with some surface corrosion (£35 - £45) 1245) Netherlands - Holland 28 Stuivers undated (1693) HOL countermark on Overijsell-Kampen 28 Stuivers KM#69.10 Good Fine (£60 - £90) 1246) Netherlands - Zeeland Ducaton (Silver Rider) 1772 KM#57.2 VF toned with signs of old mounting at 3 and 9 o’clock, with expert repair (£190 - £240) 1247) Netherlands 25 Cents 1945P Acorn Privy Mark KM#164 UNC or near so and Rare, despite the mintage of 92 million pieces, almost all were melted and few survived, hence the high catalogue value (£75 - £150) 1248) Netherlands Half Stuiver 1578 Overijsell, Siege of Deventer, Van Gelder 145 NVF for issue with some weaker areas (£90 - £120) 1249) New Zealand Florin 1933 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#4 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Cameo, Krause states an estimated mintage of just 20 pieces, Extremely Rare with only one example previously recorded in the Heritage archive, this in a set (£1,500 - £2,000)

1234) Mauritius One Cent 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#31 in an NGC holder slabbed and graded PF63 RD (£160 £200) 1235) Mauritius One Rupee 1956 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#35.1.1 in an NGC holder and graded NGC PF66 Cameo, we note Heritage only record one example in their archive, this from the Professor Wayne Newton Palmer collection in 2004 (£600 - £750) 1236) Mauritius Quarter Rupee 1964 KM#36 in a PCGS holder and graded PR67 Deep Cameo, ex-Heritage Auction

1250) New Zealand Florin 1937 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#10.1 in an NGC holder and graded PF64, we note only one example in the Heritage archive, this as part of

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a set, Extremely rare (£1,200 - £1,500)

1257) New Zealand Halfpenny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC lightly toned, retaining much original mint brilliance (£320 - £400) 1258) New Zealand Halfpenny Token Hurley & Co, Wanganui, undated (c.1860s) KM#Tn33 VF/GVF the reverse with a small toning area by the rim (£100 - £120)

1251) New Zealand Halfcrown 1937 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#11 in an NGC holder and graded PF65, we note only one example in the Heritage archive, this as part of a set, Extremely rare (£2,000 - £2,500)

1252) New Zealand Halfpenny 1958 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 BN, Heritage Auction 13/14 January 2015 Lot 35968 (£320 - £400) 1253) New Zealand Halfpenny 1960 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 UNC with very good original lustre, some light toning, the obverse with some light contact marks (£320 - £400)

1259) New Zealand Penny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 BN, ExPittman collection, Heritage Auction 13/14 January 2015 Lot 35969 (£320 - £400) 1260) New Zealand Penny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 nFDC with almost full original mint brilliance (£320 - £400)

1261) New Zealand Penny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 nFDC lightly toned with almost full original mint brilliance (£320 - £400) 1262) New Zealand Penny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#24.2 nFDC with considerable original mint brilliance (£320 - £400) 1263) New Zealand Penny token undated Milner & Thompson, Christchurch as KM#Tn49 struck in ? Weight 16.35 grammes, possibly struck in silver (copper example weighs 12.1 grammes), EF (£25 - £50) 1264) New Zealand Shilling 1948 KM#17 EF with some light contact marks (£50 - £60)

1254) New Zealand Halfpenny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC retaining almost full original mint brilliance (£320 - £400)

1265) New Zealand Sixpence 1947 KM#8a UNC and lustrous (£100 - £120) 1266) Nicaragua (3) 5 Centavos 1912H KM#12 About UNC and lustrous, 1 Centavo 1912H KM#11 EF/GEF with some small rim nicks, Half Centavo 1912H GVF (£50 - £60) 1267) Nicaragua 10 Centavos 1912H KM#13 GEF toned (£40 - £50)

1255) New Zealand Halfpenny 1962 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC the obverse with minor contact marks, retaining practically full original mint brilliance (£320 £400)

1268) Nicaragua 25 Centavos 1912H KM#18.1 in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£100 - £120) 1269) Nicaragua 50 Centavos 1912H KM#15 EF or near so with a couple of edge nicks (£70 - £80) 1270) Norway 3 Skilling 1873 KM#338.2 UNC and lustrous with a hint of gold tone (£35 - £55) 1271) Norway One Krone 1888 KM#357 GEF or better one of the key dates in the series (£2,000 - £2,500)

1256) New Zealand Halfpenny 1963 VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#23.2 nFDC lightly toned, retaining almost full original mint brilliance (£320 - £400)

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1272) Palestine 100 Mils 1931 KM#7 approaching Fine, Rare (£200 - £250) 1273) Palestine 20 Mils 1941 KM#5 NEF (£70 - £100) 1274) Poland 2 Zloty 1936 Y#27 About UNC and lustrous, Rare (£150 - £200) 1275) Poland 25 Zloty 1829FH C#118 Fine. 4.68 grammes, Ex-Jewellery, Rare with a mintage of just 1500 pieces (£2,500 - £3,000)

1281) Russia 10 Roubles 1899 AГ Y#64 VF (£260 - £320) 1276) Poland 3 Grosze 1831 Revolutionary Coinage C#120 NEF/ EF with a small stain on the date, Very scarce, especially in high grade (£200 - £300)

1282) Russia 3 Roubles 1829 C#177 Platinum A/UNC with some minor flan imperfections, Lustrous and with prooflike fields, Very Rare (£5,000 - £6,000)

1277) Portugal 4 Escudos 1778 KM#271 Fine with some tooling, Ex-jewellery (£360 - £460)

1283) Russia 5 Kopeks 1826 HГ C#156 NEF toned (£90 - £120)

1278) Portuguese India Half Rupia 1936 KM#23 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks, Portugal 20 Centavos 1948 KM#583 UNC with a trace of lustre (£45 - £65) 1279) Russia - Georgia 2 Abazi 1831AT KM#75 Fine with some toning, scarce (£75 - £100) 1280) Russia - Nicholas II Medal for Zeal. 51 mm diameter in gold. 74.9 gm. Bit 1115, Obverse: Nicholas II bust left / Reverse: Legend: – ‘For Zeal’. A/UNC loop mounted at the top, with some light hairlines and some thin scratches on the reverse (£4,750 - £5,500)

1284) Russia 5 Roubles 1897 AГ Y#62 Fine (£100 - £150) 1285) Russia 5 Roubles 1898 AГ Y#62 GF/NVF (£125 - £175) 1286) Russia 5 Roubles 1898 AГ Y#62 GF/NVF (£125 - £175) 1287) Russia 5 Roubles 1899 ЭБ Y#62 NVF/VF (£125 - £175) 1288) Russia Poltina (Half Rouble) 1880 CΠБ HФ Y#24 A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 - £500)

1289) Russia Rouble 1810 CΠБ ФL C#125a GVF/NEF with a light gold tone (£500 - £600)

1290) Saudi Arabia - Hejaz and Nejd Sultanate Quarter Girsh AH1344 (1919) VIP Proof/Proof of record KM#4 in a PCGS holder slabbed and graded PR64 (£1,500 - £2,000)

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die and with 50 now flanking the shield, UNC with thin scratches around the 50 on the reverse, in a PCGS holder and graded SP Genuine - Graffiti- UNC details, Hern states 50 minted (£650 - £750)

1291) Scotland (2) 20 Shillings 1695 S.5686 About Fine with some light adjustment lines and a small scratch on the obverse, Five Shillings 1705 5 over 4 ANNA legend S.5704 Fine, with some gilding (£250 - £300) 1292) Scotland (2) Bawbee 1696 S.5691 Pellet stops on both sides VG with some pitting, scarce, Bodle 1692 S.5674 VG with a couple of spots on the reverse (£100 - £120) 1293) Scotland Five Shillings 1696 S.5688 VG/Near Fine (£70 - £90)

1302) South Africa Burgers Pond 1874 Fine Beard KM#1.2 in a PCGS holder Mount Removed - XF Details, good surfaces with the traces of the mount obscured by the retaining pins, Very Rrae (£2,750 - £4,750)

1294) Scotland James III Crux pellit copper (Three-penny Penny) type IIA S.5309 Orb tilted upwards to right Fair with a long edge crack. Cataloguers note:- previously known as Crossraguel of Bishop Kennedy Pennies (£140 - £180) 1295) Scotland Lion Mary 1558 S.5445 Fine on an irregularly shaped flan, some of the legend and date off-flan (£50 £75) 1296) Scotland Merk 1673 S.5611 VF with old grey tone, the reverse with some adjustment lines, very little actual wear, probably close to ‘as made’, comes with old collector’s ticket. Many dies of this are residing in the National Museum of Antiquities in Scotland (£300 - £350)

1303) South Africa Fantasy pieces (2) Threepences 1898 (jewellers copies?) presumably in gold weighing 2.67 and 2.78 grammes respectively, purity unknown, modern imitations of the Sammie Marks pieces, UNC and lustrous (£50 - £150) 1304) South Africa Half Pond 1893 KM#9.2 in an NGC holder and graded NGC AU55, Ex-Hills Collection, the finest of this date in the Hills Collection (£14,000 - £15,000)

1297) Scotland Unit or Sceptre piece James VI 10th Coinage, Scottish Arms in first and 4th quarters S.5464 mintmark Thistle Good Fine with a scratch in the obverse field (£1,000 - £1,500)

1298) Seychelles 5 Cents 1948 KM#7 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 RB (£40 - £50) 1299) Sierra Leone Fifty Dollars 2006 Gold Proof embedded with four precious gemstones UNC and lustrous retaining much original mint brilliance (£125 - £225) 1300) South Africa 2 Rand 1972 KM#64 NEF/GVF (£200 - £275) 1301) South Africa 50 Cents 1963 Pattern 28mm diameter and similar in overall appearance to the 20 Cent coin Obverse Bust of Jan van Riebeeck, Reverse Shield with the 20 at the base of the reverse partially obliterated from the

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1301) South Africa 50 Cents 1963 Pattern 28mm diameter and similar in overall appearance to the 20 Cent coin Obverse Bust of Jan van Riebeeck, Reverse Shield with the 20 at the base of the reverse partially obliterated from the die and with 50 now flanking the shield, UNC with thin scratches around the 50 on the reverse, in a PCGS holder and graded SP Genuine - Graffiti- UNC details, Hern states 50 minted (£650 - £750)

1302) South Africa Burgers Pond 1874 Fine Beard KM#1.2 in a PCGS holder Mount Removed - XF Details, good surfaces with the traces of the mount obscured by the retaining pins, Very Rare (£2,750 - £4,750)

1305) South Africa Half Pond 1894 KM#9.2 Cleaned VF, in an LCGS ‘Yellow Ticket’ holder (£100 - £150) 1303) South Africa Fantasy pieces (2) Threepences 1898 (jewellers copies?) presumably in gold weighing 2.67 and 2.78 grammes respectively, purity unknown, modern imitations of the Sammie Marks pieces, UNC and lustrous (£50 - £150)

1304) South Africa Half Pond 1893 KM#9.2 in an NGC holder and graded NGC AU55, Ex-Hills Collection, the finest of this date in the Hills Collection (£14,000 - £15,000)

1306) South Africa Half Pond 1895 KM#9.2 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 30 (£100 - £150) 1307) South Africa Half Pond 1895 KM#9.2 VF with some surface marks and edge nicks (£120 - £150) 1308) South Africa Half Ponds (2) 1894 KM#9.2 Fine/Good Fine, 1895 KM#9.2 Bright Fine with an edge nick (£200 - £275) 1309) South Africa Half Ponds (2) 1895 KM#9.2 Fine, ExJewellery, 1897 KM#9.2 VG/About Fine (£200 - £275) 1310) South Africa One Tenth Krugerrand 1982 KM#105 EF in a 9 carat mount with thin chain, this broken, total weight 4.47 grammes, not attached to the coin so probably removable without damage (£100 - £150)

1311) South Africa Pattern Five Shillings 1874 Würden issues, struck in Brussels, Belgium, in aluminium, Obverse 1, Open 4, No stop after date, milled edge, Hern T4, KM#Pn A13var, now listed by ‘Unusual World Coins’ as X#Pn5a, Hern states only 5 examples minted, Proof Sharp and lustrous UNC retaining much brilliance, with minor contact marks and surface corrosion in places often associated with coins of this metal. , In an NGC holder and graded Proof Details - Corrosion, very seldom seen and the first example we have offered, we note a similar example sold at DNW in November 2011 (Lot 167) for £11,000 hammer price (£6,000 - £7,000)

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1318) South Africa Pond 1894 KM#10.2 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 1319) South Africa Pond 1895 KM#10.2 Good Fine/NVF (£200 - £275) 1320) South Africa Pond 1898 KM#10.2 EF with some edge nicks and a small surface mark (£200 - £275) 1321) South Africa Pond 1898 KM#10.2 GVF/VF with some contact marks (£200 - £275)

1312) South Africa Pattern Two Shillings and Sixpence 1874, Würden issues, struck in Brussels, Belgium, in aluminium, Small Date, milled edge, Hern A3a, formerly listed as KM#Pn9, now listed by Krause ‘Unusual World Coins’ as X#Pn4b, Hern states 5 pieces minted, Proof, Lustrous UNC, the fields retaining much brilliance, in an NGC holder and graded Proof Details - Environmental Damage, very rare and seldom offered for sale (£5,000 - £6,000)

1322) South Africa Pond 1898 KM#10.2 NEF/EF (£240 - £280)

1323) South Africa Pond 1898 KM#10.2 VF (£200 - £275) 1324) South Africa Pond 1898 KM#10.2 VF (£200 - £275) 1325) South Africa Rand 1963 VF along with Mexico 2 Pesos 1945 ex-jewellery (£200 - £300)

1326) South Africa Shilling 1893 KM#5 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55, rare in this high grade (£1,800 - £2,200) 1313) South Africa Pond 1893 KM#10.2 GVF/NEF (£340 - £380)

1327) South Africa Threepence 1892 KM#3 NEF (£45 - £55) 1314) South Africa Pond 1893 KM#10.2 NEF the reverse with some thin scratches by the date (£850 - £950)

1328) Southern Rhodesia (3) Sixpence 1950 KM#21 GEF and lustrous with a small rim nick, Threepences (2) 1939 KM#167 EF and nicely toned, 1951 KM#20 EF with a couple of spots on the rim (£45 - £65) 1329) Spain Philip II 4 Tari 1558 Large Bust, 11.63 grammes, Fine/Good Fine on a slightly irregularly shaped flan (£140 - £160) 1330) Spanish American 8 Reales Cob, date not visible, Poor/ Fair (£40 - £60)

1315) South Africa Pond 1892 Double Shaft KM#10.1 sharp Unc or near so very rare thus, small field depression beneath 1 POND perhaps in the striking and with a brownish tone (£2,000 - £2,500)

1331) Spanish Netherlands 2 Souverain d’Or 1647 KM#55 Fine, creased and ex-mount (£800 - £1,000)

1316) South Africa Pond 1894 KM#10.2 Fine with contact marks (£200 - £275) 1317) South Africa Pond 1894 KM#10.2 Fine, Ex-jewellery, Half Pond 1895 KM#9.2 Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £400)

1332) Straits Settlements 50 Cents 1903 KM#23 NVF/GF with

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some contact marks, Rare (£250 - £300)

(£150 - £200) 1338) Sumatra , Benkulen, EIC, copper cash, Fort York issues (3), undated (1687-95), type 2, early bale-mark KM#1, Reverse: Crude Arabic inscription, Angrez Kampani (English Company) within beaded border, weights. 3.39gms./3.32gms./3.28gms. (see Pridmore, SNC, November 1974), NVF or better and scarce (3) The full obverse design very rarely seen; the owner has collected three examples to illustrate the image struck at the top, lower left and lower right. (£150 - £200)

1333) Sudan 1 Millieme Reverse uniface trial, undated, struck in gold, legend in English text, Weight 8.97 grammes, unlisted by Krause, Lustrous UNC and choice (£750 £850)

1339) Sumatra , Benkulen, EIC, copper cash, undated (17021824?), later bale-mark, VEIC in four angles, rev . crude Arabic inscription, wt. 3.21gms. (Pr.-; Wiggins, ONS 120, Sept 1989, no 1, fig. 3, this coin ), About Fine, excessively Rare, possibly unique, The later type of balemark on this piece was introduced in 1702, indicating that it was issued after the above issues which are attributed to 1687-95 (£100 - £150) 1340) Sweden 1 Ore 1685 KM#264b Near Fine with some surface pits (£45 - £55)

1334) Sudan 1 Millim Obverse uniface trial, undated, struck in gold on a 21mm flan, value surrounded by an ornate group of flower sprigs, Arabic legend above and below, 8.96 grammes, unlisted by Krause, Lustrous UNC and choice (£750 - £850)

1341) Swiss Cantons - Geneva 12 Florins (9 Sols) 1796 KM#112 Fine, Rare with a mintage of only 12,000 pieces (£180 £220) 1342) Switzerland One Franc 1910 Lustrous UNC the obverse with some flecks of tone (£65 - £95)

1343) Switzerland One Franc 1934B Specimen KM#24 UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction, Rare (£220 - £260)

1335) Sudan 1 Millim Obverse uniface trial, undated, struck in silver on a 21mm flan, value surrounded by an ornate group of flower sprigs, Arabic legend above and below, 4.74 grammes, unlisted by Krause, Lustrous UNC and choice (£200 - £250)

1344) Uruguay Peso 1953 Silver Obverse Trial, Medallic Issue, MODEL Reverse, Plain edge , X#TS1 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Ultra Cameo (£280 - £340) 1345) USA (2) 2 1/2 Dollars 1928 Breen Good Fine with a 3 scratched in the obverse field, Gold Dollar (2) 1853 Breen 6025 VG/VF ex-jewellery, the obverse cleaned (£150 £200)

1336) Sudan 10 Milliemes uniface trial, undated, legend REPUBLIC SUDAN 10 MILLIEMES elephant facing left above value, weight 4.90 grammes, unlisted by Krause, weakly struck on the elephant, Lustrous UNC (£150 £200) 1337) Sumatra , Benkulen (?), EIC, copper cash, undated, early bale-mark (GCE for Governor and Company of Merchants Trading to the East Indies), rev . crude Arabic inscription, wt. 3.27gms. (Pr.-; Wiggins, ONS 120, Sept 1989, no 2, fig. 4, this coin ), Fine, excessively rare, possibly unique, Wiggins tentatively attributed this curious piece to Benkulen, partly on account of its weight, stating that it is possible it was struck for use in another of the Company’s posts. The reverse inscription is not the same as the rest of the Benkulen series, but he noted that ‘the contemporary copper cash of the Madras Presidency’ (the most likely alternative) ‘were of considerably less weight’

1346) USA (2) Dime 1897S Breen 3505 Fine the obverse with some contact marks, French Colonial Sous Marques Double Sol of 24 Deniers 1755A Breen 411 Fine (£100 £120) 1347) USA (3) Halfpenny Connecticut 1787 Breen 775 VG, Half Dime 1830 Breen 2984 Fine, Two Cents 1871 Breen 2404 with doubled second 1 (lower and to left) GF with some digs on the reverse, Halfpenny Evasion Clement XV bust left/Atkins 59(Coleman EH59) Fine (£120 - £150)

1348) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1857O Breen 6241, in a PCGS holder and graded AU55, stated as ‘Rare above EF’ by Breen (£500 - £600)

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1349) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1861 Breen 6257 VF (£100 - £150) 1350) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1879S Breen 6298 Near Fine, ExJewellery (£100 - £150) 1351) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1910 Breen 6332 NVF/VF (£100 - £150) 1352) USA 2 1/2 Dollars 1926 Breen 6341 GVF (£100 - £150) 1353) USA 2/1/2 Dollars 1915 Breen 6339 VF (£100 - £150) 1354) USA California Gold Dollar 1853 13 stars EF (£50 - £60) 1355) USA California Gold Quarter Dollar 1874 Round EF with a light crease mark (£75 - £125) 1356) USA Castorland 1796 20th Century restrike in silver 13.83 grammes, edges plain, filed? EF toned (£120 - £150) 1357) USA Cent 1783 Washington, Large Bust, Plain edge, Breen 1203 GVF, probably EF+ or MS60/61 by US grading standards, Scarce in this high grade (£100 - £200) 1358) USA Cent 1783 Washington, Small Bust, Centre-grained edge, Breen 1201 Finer with some old scratches, scarce (£100 - £120) 1359) USA Cent 1919 Breen 2087 Lustrous UNC in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 RD (£80 - £120)

1360) USA Die trial or splash undated (c.1870) Obverse uniface Bust left Leut.Gen U.S. Grant on an octagonal flan NEF and unusual (£60 - £80)

1361) USA Dime 1897 O Breen 3502 Good Fine (£250 - £300)

1362) USA Dollar 1795 Draped Bust Breen 5367 head too far left choice EF and toned desirable thus and rare in this high grade and possibly would attract an AU designation if slabbed in the US unless some surface scratches under the toning prevent numerical grading resulting in a grade of AU details (£11,000 - £13,000) 1363) USA Dollar 1802 Divided date, lower right foot of T in LIBERTY broken off Breen 5400 About VF with a small edge bruise by the date and a thin scratch on the reverse (£2,000 - £2,500)

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1364) USA Dollar 1884 CC Breen 5580 Lustrous UNC in the GSA box, the box with some marks (£160 - £200) 1365) USA Dollar 1884 CC Breen 5580 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, in the GSA box with leaflet (£160 - £200)

1372) USA Five Dollars 1880 Breen 6709 Fine Ex-Jewellery with a scroll mount attached to the top, total weight 8.93 grammes, this presumably gold though not hallmarked (£200 - £275) 1373) USA Five Dollars 1893 Breen 6751 Good Fine (£200 £275)

1366) USA Encased Postage Token, Ayer’s Cathartic Pills, Lowell Mass., 3 Cent Rose, Long Arrows. Mica with small imperfections, Fine, Rare (£500 - £600)

1374) USA Five Dollars 1901S Breen 6779 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£350 - £450)

1367) USA Encased Postage Token, J. Gault, 1c Blue. Slight marks on the mica, Fine, the Reed census reports 11-15 known, Very Rare (£500 - £750)

1375) USA Five Dollars 1902S Breen 6782 GVF/NEF (£200 £275) 1376) USA Five Dollars 1909D Normal D, Breen 6809 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 1377) USA Five Dollars 1909D Solid D, Breen 6810 NVF (£220 - £280) 1378) USA Five Dollars 1910 Breen 6811 VF (£200 - £275) 1379) USA Five Dollars 1912 Breen 6818 GVF (£200 - £275)

1368) USA Five Cents 1885 Breen 2540 Fine or better with a small dig by CENTS, Very Rare (£225 - £275)

1380) USA Five Dollars 1913 Breen 6820 Fine (£200 - £275) 1381) USA Five Dollars 1915 Breen 6825 Good Fine, ex-jewellery (£200 - £275) 1382) USA Five Dollars 1915 Breen 6825 VF with surface marks (£200 - £275) 1383) USA Gold Dollar 1853 Breen 6025 NEF (£90 - £120) 1384) USA Gold Dollar 1856 Slanting 5 Breen 6047 VF (£85 £125)

1369) USA Five Cents 1886 Breen 2541 Fine, Very Rare (£100 - £200)

1370) USA Five Cents 1899 Breen 2563 Choice UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£250 - £300)

1385) USA Gold Dollar 1874 Only L of LIBERTY on headband Breen 6094 EF (£85 - £125) 1386) USA Half Cent 1797 rolled stock, 1 above 1 in date, Breen 1521 VG. Washington Double Head Cent undated, Plain edge Breen 1204 Poor, holed. Swiss Cantons - Solothurn 1 Batzen 1826 KM#79 VF (£200 - £300) 1387) USA Half Dollar 1870 California Gold, BG 1010, VF the 2 of the denomination weak on the reverse (£75 - £100) 1388) USA Half Dollar California Gold 1854 Frontier & Deviercy 10 5-pointed stars on obverse (Octagonal) Breen 7858 NEF (£200 - £300)

1371) USA Five Cents 1937D Three-legged buffalo Breen 2654 A/UNC with a scratch on the obverse (£800 - £1,000)

1389) USA New Jersey Copper 1787 Square grips, worn in parts making exact attribution not possible, struck on a large flan with large triangular rim teeth similar to the Machin Mills

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issues VG (£50 - £100) 1390) USA One Cent 1872 Heavy date, 18 touch, Breen 1982 approaching VF with some spots and thin scratches (£85 - £125)

1399) USA Ten Dollars 1886S Breen 7023 VF once cleaned (£400 - £500)

1391) USA One Cent 1877 Breen 1994 VF and bold, a pleasing example of this rare date (£500 - £1,000)

1400) USA Ten Dollars 1886S Breen 7023 VF/GVF (£400 - £500) 1401) USA Ten Dollars 1898 Breen 7058 VF/GVF (£400 - £500)

1392) USA Plantation Token 1688 as Breen 77 does not have the appearance of the Tin issue, (more like a copper piece) Near VF with thin scratches between the shields, and a planchet clip between 4 and 5 o’clock on the reverse, Rare (£400 - £500)

1393) USA Quarter Dollar 1828 Choice Unc with a rich tone and graded MS63 by PCGS and in their holder (£4,000 £4,500)

1402) USA Ten Dollars 1911 Breen 7117, Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£450 - £550)

1403) USA Trade Dollar 1876 Type I Breen 5798 EF and lustrous with some toning (£500 - £700)

1404) USA Twenty Dollars 1874 Breen 7249 About EF (£1,100 - £1,300)

1394) USA Quarter Dollar 1834 Crosslet 4, stop after 25C, Breen 3926 GVF attractively toned with an edge nick (£40 - £80) 1395) USA Quarter Dollar 1907 Breen 4187 EF (£50 - £100)

1405) USA Twenty Dollars 1895S Breen 7320 EF (£950 - £1,250)

1396) USA Ten Cents 1875S Breen 3378 AU/UNC and lustrous with a pleasing gold tone (£60 - £80) 1397) USA Ten Cents 1895S as Breen 3493 the 5 touches the bust, Fine the reverse slightly better, Rare (£25 - £50)

1398) USA Ten Dollars 1882O Breen 7008 NEF with some contact marks and a small flan flaw on the obverse (£2,000 - £2,500) 1406) USA Twenty Dollars 1898S Breen 7329 UNC or near so and lustrous with some contact marks (£900 - £1,100)

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1413) Australia (3) Sixpence 1921 NEF, Tokens (2) Penny undated, William Jarvey, Hobart, Tasmania Fine, Penny undated, Annand Smith, Melbourne, countermarked F.Cade, Fine, New Zealand (3) Shilling 1948 UNC, Sixpence 1948 UNC, Threepence 1948 UNC (£80 - £100) 1414) Australia (70) 1910-1963 includes a few silver minors in mixed grades, plus a bag of 50 Cents 1981 Charles and Diana (60) GVF to GEF (£70 - £90) 1415) Australia, New Zealand and Fiji (133) includes plenty of silver minors, in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£200 - £250) 1407) USA Twenty Dollars 1900 Breen 7334 EF (£900 - £1,100)

1416) Austria (11) 50 Schillings 1963 Tyrol EF, 1964 Winter Olympics Silver Proof, 5 Schillings 1935 EF, 2 Schillings 1929 (2) EF and NEF, 2 Groschen (6) 1934 (5) VF, 1931 VF (£60 - £80) 1417) Austria Maria Therasia Thaler 1780 Restrikes (20) BU (£200 - £280)

1408) USA Twopence 1723 Rosa Americana, No stop after X or 3, Breen 96, 14.58 grammes, NVF with some small rim nicks and thin scratches in the reverse field, nevertheless a pleasing and even coin with good eye appeal (£350 £500)

1418) Belgium 1 Franc (3) 1867 VF, 1886 NEF, 1912 VF, 50 Centimes (2) 1863 NEF, 1909 A/UNC as part of a group of Belgium (29) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades, a few in silver, along with Italy (92) 19th and 20th Century largely base metal issues, in mixed circulated grades, some in EF (£175 - £225) 1419) Brazil 960 Reis 1816 KM#307.3 NVF, Bolivia Eight Soles 1838 PTS LM KM#103 Good Fine with some weaker areas, Four Soles 1855 PTS MJ KM#123.2 VF with mottled surfaces (£180 - £220) 1420) British Commonwealth mostly base metal issues with many more recent in high grade others earlier such as British North Borneo (lot) (£25 - £45) 1421) British West Africa Shillings (2) 1913H VF, 1938 GVF, East Africa Shilling 1944 SA EF as part of a group of Africa (108) includes some silver minors, in mixed grades some EF (£80 - £100)

1409) Vatican City 100 Lire 1932XI KM#9 EF toned (£225 - £275)

World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1410 – 1605) 1410) A collection in an album comprising South Africa (26), Southern Rhodesia (24), Rhodesia and Nyasaland (8), Rhodesia (13) with some silver including South Africa Crowns, in mixed grades plenty in GVF or better and lustrous including 1930s issues (£250 - £350) 1411) A mixed group including Royal Mint Proof and Mint Sets, Bahamas Silver Proof $10 Prince Charles, Medals, Tokens these generally in sets such as Los Angeles 1984 Olympics transport token set, a parcel of foreign stamps and more (£60 - £90) 1412) Asia mostly 19th and 20th Century (120) includes India, Straits Settlements, Ceylon, Hong Kong, includes some silver issues, in mixed grades (£250 - £300)

1422) Brunei in rolls (7), 50 Sen 1967 (50 pieces) UNC, 50 Sen 1970 (50 pieces) UNC, 20 Sen 1967 (50 pieces) UNC, 20 Sen 1970 (50 pieces) UNC, 10 Sen 1970 (50 pieces) UNC, 5 Sen 1967 (50 pieces) UNC, 5 Sen 1970 (50 pieces) UNC, 1 Sen 1967 (50 Pieces) UNC, 1 Sen 1970 (50 Pieces) UNC, plus an additional group of 10 Sen 1967 (50) UNC (£350 - £550) 1423) Canada (44) 19th and 20th Century includes some Island token issues, and some silver minors, in mixed grades, a few in EF, along with a further group of Canada (over 400, over 200 are One Cent) includes Newfoundland 50 Cents (2) 1896, 1918C VG, mostly base metal includes some silver minors, in mixed grades some coppers VF or better (£325 - £375) 1424) Canada and Provinces 19th and 20th Century (66) includes a few silver minors, in mixed grades (£120 - £150) 1425) Canada Cent 1858 Good Fine as part of a group of Canada and Provinces (21) 19th and 20th Century includes a few in silver, in mixed grades, three holed (£80 - £100) 1426) Channel Islands (49), Ireland (4) and Isle of Man Penny 1839, in mixed circulated grades some later dates lustrous (£100 - £120) 1427) China (118) includes Knife Money and Spade Money, Junk Dollar 1934 Year 23 (A/UNC) mainly smaller Cash, with some earlier types, also includes fantasy pieces in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1428) China Ancient and modern (35) and Japan (1) includes

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Crown-sized (6) and other silver issues, some provincial, and Knife and Spade money issues, includes some fantasies, in mixed grades to EF (£300 - £350) 1429) China and Japan (39) 19th and 20th Century, includes Japan 20 Sen Year 4 (1871) GVF, Japan 10 Sen 1891 VF, others mostly base metal issue with a pair of token issues, in mixed grades (£70 - £90) 1430) China Cash (97) a wide ranging group, some back to the 1st Century, many with attributions, in mixed grades (£25 - £75) 1431) Cuba (3) Peso 1933 KM#15.2 Good Fine, 20 Centavos 1915 Fine with some small spots, 10 Centavos 1920 GVF (£30 - £40) 1432) Cuba One Peso 1995 (5) Pirates issues with coloured reverses, Piet Heyn, Captain Kidd, Blackbeard, Mary Read and Anne Bonny UNC, along with Cuba Peso 1992 Fantasy issue Crown-sized in copper UNC (£20 - £30) 1433) Cyprus (12) 18 Piastres (3) 1938, 1940 (2) 9 Piastres (9) 1938 (5), 1940 (4) GVF to A/UNC, one with a tone spot (£200 - £250) 1434) Cyprus (3) 12 Pounds 1974 Archbishop Makarios X#M9, 6 Pounds Archbishop Makarios X#M6, 3 Pounds X#M8 struck at the Paris Mint, all About UNC sealed in plastic sleeves, the 6 Pounds with a tone spot on the obverse (£60 - £80) 1435) Cyprus 18 Piastres 1901, 9 Piastres 1901, 4 1/2 Piastres 1921 VG to NF as part of a group of Cyprus 20th Century (173) in mixed grades some in EF, Greece (104) mostly 20th Century base metal issues, includes some 19th Century bronze issues, and Ionian Islands (3) Obol 1820 (2), 30 Lepta 1851 in mixed grades, along with a further group of Greece (36) 20 Drachma (3) 1930, 1967, 1973, 10 Drachma 1973 (2), 5 Drachma (2) 1966, 1973, 2 Drachma (2) 1926 (2) VF and UNC, lightly toned with some light contact marks, 1962 UNC and lustrous, 1 Drachma (5) 1873 About Fine, 1883, 1910, 1926, 1966, 50 Lepta 1874A, 20 Lepta (4) 1894A Fair, 1959, 1973, 1978, 10 Lepta (11) 1838 the 8 appears to be overstruck if so unlisted,1869, 1882 (5), 1900, 1912 (2), 1954, 1959, 5 Lepta (3) 1838 NVF with some scratches on the reverse in mixed grades, 1878, 1912, 1954, the older pieces around Fine, later pieces EF to UNC, plus Ionian Islands 2 Lepta 1819 GF, along with an additional group of Greece 20th Century (62) includes some earlier coppers, in mixed grades to EF (£300 - £350) 1436) Denmark 10 Kroner (3) 1967 KM#856 A/UNC lightly toned, 1968 (2) KM#857 UNC and lustrous with light toning (£30 - £40) 1437) Denmark 2 Kroner 1924 Fine, as part of a group of Scandinavia (35) mostly 20th Century includes a few silver minors, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1438) East Africa (6) 10 Cents 1927 (4), 5 Cents 1928 (2), British West Africa (9) One Penny 1936H Edward VIII, Halfpenny 1936 Edward VIII, One Tenth Penny 1909 (7) EF to UNC many lustrous (£50 - £60) 1439) Egypt in Silver (125) 19th and 20th Century, includes many early 20th Century issues, in mixed grades generally VG to Good Fine, with some later coins in high grade (£1,000 - £1,500) 1440) Euro Pattern Collections in .925 silver (46) United Kingdom (40 sets) 5 Euro to 1 Cent, each set with 9 coins, all coins in silver, only 450 sets produced, in the cases of issue with

numbered certificates, Denmark 2002 (4 sets) 5 Euro to 1 Cent, each set with 9 coins, all coins in silver, in the cases of issue, no certificates, Sweden 2003 (2 sets) 5 Euros to 1 Cent, each set with 9 coins, all in silver, Prooflike UNC, one set without certificate, the vast majority of the coins still in the plastic sleeves within the cases of issue (£2,000 - £2,500) 1441) Europe (142) 19th and 20th Century includes Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and more, includes some silver minors, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1442) Europe 18th and 20th Century (221) with a few earlier items, includes some silver minors, and a handful of token issues, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1443) Europe 18th to 20th Century (290), includes France, Belgium, Italy and Scandinavian issues in mixed grades to EF (£280 - £400) 1444) France (7) One Franc (4) 1808A, 1834W, 1867BB, 1898, Half Franc (2) 1812MA, 1813T, 50 Centimes 1881A Good to Good Fine (£80 - £100) 1445) France 5 Francs (7) 1815I Limoges KM#702.1, 1831D, 1834A, 1835B, 1848A, 1849A, 1876A, VG to Good Fine, along with Iran 5000 Dinars SH1306 NVF, housed in a Westminster case (£70 - £90) 1446) France 50 Centimes 1899 (28) a high grade group lustrous GEF - UNC (£250 - £300) 1447) GB 1953 Plastic Set UNC, Crown 1893 LVI VG, Penny 1853 OT VF as part of a group of GB and World in an album and bags includes a few in silver, a group of modern Crowns these in base metal, along with a small group of World Paper Money, in mixed grades (£75 - £150) 1448) GB and European includes modern issues, Retro Fantasy issues, a set of Cyprus Euro Trial Essais (8 coins) UNC, also includes Decimal issues, modern tokens, some redeemable currency and a few items of World Paper Money in mixed grades some lustrous (lot) (£75 - £125) 1449) GB and USA (20) GB (10) Crowns (8) 1818 LIX, 1821 SECUNDO , 1822 TERTIO, 1888 Wide Date, 1935, 1951, 1953, 1960, 19th Century issues VG to Near Fine, later issues EF to A/UNC, Florins 1932 (2) VG and Fine, USA (10) Dimes (2) 1887, 1891, Half Dime 1843, Five Cents 1890, One Cent (6) 1830, 1844, 1858, 1879, 1886, 1890, in mixed grades VG to VF (£100 - £150) 1450) GB and World 18th to 20th Century in mixed grades (lot) includes Rhodesian coins 1960s and 1970s issues, 10 Cents to Half Cent, in bags, many in lustrous UNC, also a few in silver along with some medallic issues and cap badges (lot, over 6 Kilos) (£200 - £250) 1451) GB and World 19th and 20th Century, in albums, folders and loose in mixed grades, (total weight around 18 Kilos) some later coins lustrous (lot) (£175 - £275) 1452) GB and World 5 Euro 2003 English and Scottish Thrones United 1603 36mm diameter in silver, 34 grammes, Obverse Queen enthroned, Reverse: Three Graces, Patterns in silver by INA (48) nFDC to FDC in the green cases of issue with certificates, Denmark 5 Euros 2002 36mm diameter in silver, 34 grammes Essais in .925 silver by INA (7) nFDC to FDC in the black cases of issue with certificates, Andorra 5 Euros 2003 36mm diameter34 grammes Essais in .925 silver (4) nFDC to FDC in the boxes of issue, no certificates, Sweden 5 Euros 2003 36mm diameter, 34 grammes in .925 Silver, Essais by INA (2) nFDC in the brown cases of issue, no certificates,

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Cyprus 5 Euros 2004 36mm diameter, 34 grammes in .925 Silver, Essai by INA nFDC in the case of issue, no certificate (£1,100 - £1,400) 1453) GB and World in 5 Aluminium cases mostly George II to Elizabeth II mostly minors, includes some silver and some USA issues, in mixed grades (lot) (£200 - £300) 1454) GB and World in an aluminium case (120) , mostly Crownsized fantasy issues INA Retro issues and Millionaires Collection types in base metal, some plated the majority EF to UNC and lustrous (£200 - £300) 1455) GB and World INA Retro issues (51) includes many Piedforts, Trials and Essais in a variety of metals, undoubtedly some having very low mintages, EF to Lustrous UNC (£100 - £300) 1456) GB and World including mostly lower grades buy including earlier issues dating back to the 18th century and with copper and bronze issues that have been cleaned (lot) (£200 - £400) 1457) GB and World including paper money such as Bank of Ireland £10 10.2.75 from circulation (lot over 14 Kilos gross weight) (£50 - £150) 1458) GB and World including some high grade George VI GB silver, Beethoven Silver Medal 56mm silver purchased from Seaby 1970 for £17 10/-, general world issues some in silver, mixed grades (lot in 2 boxes) (£300 - £600) 1459) GB and world many originating from a laundromat business active in Tyneside in the 1950s and 1960s (foreign coins and tokens put into machines rather than the correct l.s.d.) but includes GB pre 1947 issues, along with tokens and medallic issues (lot) (£175 - £350) 1460) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (18) Wales (10), Scotland (2), Jersey (1), United Kingdom (1), Bahamas (2), Sierra Leone (2) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eyecatching (£270 - £320) 1461) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (18) Wales (10), Scotland (3), Ireland (3), United Kingdom (2) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£270 - £320) 1462) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (18) Wales (7), Sierra Leone (4), Isle of Man (1), Scotland (4), United Kingdom (2) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£270 - £320) 1463) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (18) Wales (7), Sierra Leone (5), Scotland (2), Bahamas (2), United Kingdom (2) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£270 - £320) 1464) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (18) Wales (7), Sierra Leone (5), Scotland (2), Gibraltar (2), Isle of Man (2, one toned) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£270 - £320) 1465) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust,

(19) Wales (10), Scotland (1), Jersey (1), Ireland (3), Isle of Man (1), United Kingdom (1), Bahamas (1), Gibraltar (1) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£280 - £320) 1466) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (19) Wales (10), Scotland (4), Jersey (2), Ireland (3) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£280 - £320) 1467) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (19) Wales (10), United Kingdom (1), Scotland (3), Ireland (2), Sierra Leone (3) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£280 - £320) 1468) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (19) Wales (11), Scotland (3), Ireland (2), Sierra Leone (3) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£280 - £320) 1469) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1808 George III, after Kuchler’s ‘Bank of England Dollar’ bust, (19) Wales (11), Scotland (4), Ireland (2), Sierra Leone (2) all struck in .925 silver, 26.75 grammes or more, UNC to BU Lustrous and eye-catching (£280 - £320) 1470) German Democratic Republic (8) 20 Marks (3) 1971A Thalmann UNC, 1972A Wilhelm Pieck EF, 1983A Karl Marx UNC, 10 Marks (1) 1976A Peoples Army UNC toned, 5 Marks (4) 1972A Meissen A/UNC, 1982A Wartburg Castle UNC, 1983A Wittenberg Church UNC, 1989A Marien Kirche UNC (£65 - £85) 1471) Germany - Democratic Republic (3) 20 Marks (2) 1966 Liebniz A/UNC, 1967 Humboldt A/UNC, 10 Marks 1966 Schinkel EF, Germany - Federal Republic 5 Marks Commemorative Coinage (3) 1955F Schiller KM#114 EF, 1955G Ludwig von Baden KM#115 NVF Ex-Jewellery, 1957J Freiherr von Eichendorff KM#117 NEF, Germany Federal Republic 5 Marks (2) 1964J Johan Gottlieb Fichte KM#118.1 UNC or near so and lustrous, 1967F Wilhelm and Alexander Humboldt Proof KM#120.1 nFDC, 1 Mark 1955G KM#110 GVF toned, Rare, Austria 2 Schilling 1932 Haydn KM#2848 NEF (£400 - £500) 1472) Germany Porcelain coinage 1921-1922 (10) includes Meissen, with the large 63mm diameter Colditz coin, GEF to UNC a pleasing group, some scarce, we note being offered for £25-40 each on various websites (£120 - £150) 1473) Greece (5) One Drachma 1868A, 50 Lepta 1874A, 10 Lepta (2) 1846, 1882A, One Lepton 1830 VG to Good Fine (£120 - £150) 1474) Greece (80) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades a few later dates lustrous, along with Greece a group of largely modern material in base metal most in high grade (lot, around 2.9 Kilos) includes 50 Lepta 1926 UNC, also Europe includes France, Italy, Germany and more, 18th to 20th Century (171), in mixed circulated grades (£120 £140) 1475) Greece 100 Drachma to 5 Lepta 19th and 20th Century includes a few silver also many 1980s issues, many in high grades (lot) (£300 - £350) 1476) Greece a dealer’s album (100) includes Crete 5 Lepta 1900 VG and Ionian Islands 30 Lepta worn, in mixed circulated grades (£40 - £60)

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1477) Greece an accumulation (2.6 Kilos) mostly 20th Century and in base metal, a few earlier, in mixed grades a few EF to UNC (£60 - £80) 1478) Greece an accumulation in an album, along with a small group of other World coins, (total 287) largely 20th Century issues with a few earlier pieces some of these in silver, in mixed grades to EF, along with Italy an accumulation in an album 19th and 20th Century 100 Lire to 1 Centesimo (210) in mixed grades, some later dates EF (£200 - £300) 1479) Greece and Egypt an interesting group, includes Factory, Railway and Suez canal tokens mostly early 20th Century, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 1480) Greece base metal issues some pre 1900 a few in high grades some duplicated, ex dealers retail stock (priced up at €281) (£35 - £55) 1481) Guatemala Peso undated (1894) with Half Real countermark on a Peru Sol 1870, KM#224 GVF, as part of a group of South America 19th and 20th Century (22) includes Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia and more, in mixed grades (£250 - £300) 1482) Guernsey (12) 4 Doubles 1911H (3), 2 Doubles 1911H (3), 1 Double 1911H (6) all UNC and lustrous (£60 - £80) 1483) Hong Kong (4) 50 Cents 1894 Fine with graffiti in the obverse field, 20 Cents 1895 VG, 10 Cents 1900H NEF, One Cent 1905 Fine, as part of a group of World, mostly Scandinavian (25) 16th to 20th Century a handful in silver, in mixed grades (£50 - £100)

flan, Rare, Shilling Edward VI 1549 a contemporary brass imitation ‘Bungal’ issue S.6494A mintmark Arrow, weight 6.5 grammes Fair, scarce, Shilling 1689 Dec: as S.6581K with ERA for FRA, NEF for wear but pitted, Shilling 1690 June. S.6582G VF pitted with a few small spots, Farthings (2) Armstrong’s Coinage of 1660-1661 Upright die axis, R on Crown band, S.6566 Fair/NVF the obverse with surface corrosion, Southern Cities of Refuge local issue 1645-1647, Cork (?) Ship reverse on a rectangular flan, 2.9 grammes, Poor thus preventing a more accurate attribution (£400 - £450) 1495) Ireland and Scotland Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (18) Ireland (9) 1830 Reverse: Crowned Harp, Scotland 1830 Reverse: Crowned Scottish shield with a thistle either side, all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes, Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series, only 100 minted of each type (£270 - £320) 1496) Ireland Florins (3) 1930 About Fine, 1931 VG/NF, 1941 NEF, 5 -coin sets 1968 (2) EF to UNC, as part of a group of Ireland 20th Century in base metal includes a handful of earlier items, Channel Islands and Isle of Man in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 1497) Ireland Gunmoney (5) Crown 1690 Poor/NVG, Halfcrown 1690 June VG/About Fine, Shillings (3) 1690 Large size Apr: Fine with a planchet clip, 1690 June. VF, 1690 June. Fine with pitted surfaces (£200 - £250)

1484) Hong Kong 5 Cents 1868, 1883, 1894, 1896, 1897 (3) these generally high grades VF - Unc along with China 5 Cents Kwangtung Province GVF (£100 - £150)

1498) Ireland Halfcrown Gunmoney 1689 Dec Poor, Shilling Gunmoney 1689 July. Fine, Halfpenny 1723 Woods VG, Halfpenny 1822 EF, Halfpenny 1928 A/UNC and lustrous, Penny 1928 A/UNC and lustrous, as part of a group of Ireland 19th and 20th Century (51) in mixed grades, and Isle of Man Halfpenny 1798 VG (£150 - £200)

1485) India - Hyderabad Rupee AH1312/28 Y#32 NEF, India Copper dump coinage (3), Fair, Turkey (4) 6 Kurush (2) AH1223/30 Fair, holed, AH1223/28 Fine, Turkey 5 Kurush AH1223/26 NF, 100 Para AH1223/26 VG (£100 - £120)

1499) Ireland Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1820 George IV, Reverse in the style of the Gunmoney Shilling and Sixpence reverses (18) each struck in .925 silver and weighing around 28.5 grammes (£270 - £320)

1486) India (11) Rupees (3) 1919 Calcutta, 1919 Bombay, 1938 Bombay, Half Rupees (4) 1840 Legend Divided, 1862, 1874, 1919 Bombay, Quarter Rupee 1912 Calcutta, 8 Annas 1919, 4 Annas 1919, Half Anna 1877, first two Lustrous A/UNC to UNC others Fine to GVF (£200 - £250)

1500) Ireland Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1820 George IV, Reverse in the style of the Gunmoney Shilling and Sixpence reverses (18) each struck in .925 silver and weighing around 28.5 grammes (£270 - £320)

1487) India (8) One Rupee (4) 1835 (2), 1840 Split legend, 1840 Continuous legend, Half Rupee (2) 1835, 1840 Split legend, Quarter Rupee (2) 1835, 1840 Split legend, Fine to NEF (£180 - £220) 1488) India (81) a mixed group includes Gold Fanams (5), Mughal Empire, Princely States, East India Company and British India issues 19th and 20th Century, in mixed grades with a few later issues VF to GVF (£200 - £300) 1489) India (and a few others) (78) including pre colonial dumps in silver and copper, mixed grades (£75 - £150) 1490) India Rupee 1991 Gandhi Lustrous UNC (72), 1990 Dr.Ambedkar (38) Lustrous UNC a few toned (£100 - £120) 1491) India Rupees 1840 (37) Fine to VF (£600 - £750) 1492) Indian Dump Coinage - Sultans of Delhi coppers (128) in mixed grades (£60 - £80) 1493) Indian Temple Tokens (6) a varied group Good Fine to GVF (£50 - £100) 1494) Ireland (6) Halfcrown Gunmoney 1690 May. Small size S.6580CCC Limerick Bust NVF with some pitting to the

1501) Ireland Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1820 George IV, Reverse in the style of the Gunmoney Shilling and Sixpence reverses (18) each struck in .925 silver and weighing around 28.5 grammes (£270 - £320) 1502) Ireland Sixpence 1555 Philip and Mary in base silver VG, Farthing Charles I - Kinsale:- WC on obverse, Chequered shield on reverse, Fair, (Lists £350 Fine in Spink), Ireland Punt 2000 Millennium (6), Isle of Man Penny 1786 Fine, as part of a group of Ireland (255) Ten Shillings to Farthing in mixed grades (£300 - £350) 1503) Ireland Threepences (279) 1940 to 1968 with much duplication, in mixed grades, some EF or better, along with Ireland Halfcrown 1940 Near Fine (£25 - £75) 1504) Islamic (29) in base metal with attribution tickets, mixed collectable grades an interesting group including earlier types (£150 - £200) 1505) Isle of Man (4) Penny 1839 EF, Halfpennies (2) 1813 A/ UNC, 1839 EF, Farthing 1839 Lustrous UNC (£360 - £420) 1506) Isle of Man (5) Pennies (2) 1733 Fine, 1758 Fine, Halfpennies (2) 1733 About Fine, 1758 VG/NF, Farthing 1839 GVF/NEF with a scratch on the obverse, along with Coin Blanks (2) 30.5mm and 29mm diameter respectively,

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both in bronze, Fine one with some verdigris (£125 - £150) 1507) Italian States - Papal States (2) Scudo 1835VB KM#1324 GVF toned, Papal Medal 1854 Pius IX 43mm diameter in silver by Girometti NEF ex-mount (£180 - £200) 1508) Korea 1000 Won 1970 UN Forces in South Korea KM#13, 56 grammes of .999 silver Proof nFDC retaining almost full mint brilliance (£300 - £400) 1509) Lithuania INA Fantasy Euro Trial series 2004 (951) 50 Cents (425), 20 Cents (243), 10 Cents (44), 5 Cents (5), 2 Cents (67), 1 Cent (167) Lustrous UNC (£125 - £175) 1510) Lundy (2) Puffin 1929, Half Puffin 1929, Guernsey 1 Double (5) 1889H (3), 1938H (2) EF to UNC the Lundy with some spots (£30 - £50) 1511) Lundy (5) Puffin 1929 S.7850 (2) A/UNC and EF, Half Puffin 1929 S.7851 (3) EF and UNC (2) (£100 - £120) 1512) Macao 20 Patacas 1974 Taipa bridge KM 8 generally Unc to be BU (19) (£200 - £250) 1513) Malaya 5 Cents (104) 1943 (69), 1945 (23), 1945I (12) KM#3a EF to BU many of the 1943 issues BU (£150 £200) 1514) Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt early silver units 15 mm diameter Fine - VF (120) (£500 - £600) 1515) Middle East (110), includes Egypt and Palestine, includes some silver minors, in mixed grades some EF (£80 - £100) 1516) Norway (6) 50 Ore 1891 NEF, 25 Ore 1919 GVF, 10 Ore (2) 1882 with small edge nicks, 1912 EF, 5 Ore 1919 Iron VF with some rust spots, Half Skilling 1867 EF with traces of lustre (£120 - £150) 1517) Norway Ferry Token 5 Ore (undated, c.1910) (2) Fine as part of a group of Scandinavia (49) 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 1518) Palestine (12) 20 Mils 1927, 10 Mils (3) 1933, 1937, 1939, 5 Mils 1939, 2 Mils 1927, 1 Mil (6) 1927 (2), 1942 (2), 1943, 1944 (2), Fine to VF, along with a small group of Israel modern issued (12) in mixed grades and Brunei 5 Sen 1980 GVF, plus a further group of Middle East (56) 1800-1956 includes some silver minors, in mixed grades (£100 - £120) 1519) Palestine (23) 100 Mils 1935, 50 Mils (6) 1933, 1935, 1939 (2), 1940, 1942, 20 Mils 1927 (3), 10 Mils (3) 1927, 1934, 1940, 2 Mils (4) 1927 (2), 1942 (2), 1 Mil (6) 1927, 1939 (3), 1941 (2), in mixed circulated grades, Israel (21) 1 Lira, 25 Agorot to 1 Agorot, with 50 Pruta, 25 Pruta and 10 Pruta mixed dates and grades, some EF and lustrous, along with Israel mint set 1948-1969 1 Lira, Half Lira, 25, 10, 5 and 1 Agorot UNC in the wallet of issue (£100 - £120) 1520) Palestine (39) 50 Mils (2) 1935 (2), 20 Mils (2) 1927, 1935, 10 Mils (5) 1927, 1939 (2), 1940 (2), 5 Mils (9) 1927, 1935 (4), 1939, 1942 (3), 2 Mils (6) 1927 (3),1941, 1942 (2), 1 Mil (14) 1937 (2), 1939 (3), 1941 (2), 1942 (5), 1943 (3), these in mixed grades to EF and an ancient piece in low grade accompanied by an attribution ticket stating from 26-37AD, the coin in low grade with little detail (£70 - £90) 1521) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (23), GB (6), Ireland (9), Scotland (2), Australia (4), New Zealand (2) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1522) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues

of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (23), GB (7), Ireland (5), Scotland (3), Australia (4), New Zealand (4) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1523) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (23), GB (8), Ireland (9), Scotland (1), Australia (3), New Zealand (2) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1524) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (10), Ireland (5), Scotland (3), Australia (3), New Zealand (3) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1525) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (10), Ireland (6), Scotland (2), Australia (3), New Zealand (3) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1526) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (7), Ireland (5), Scotland (4), Australia (4), New Zealand (4) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1527) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (7), Ireland (5), Scotland (4), Australia (4), New Zealand (4) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1528) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (7), Ireland (5), Scotland (4), Australia (4), New Zealand (4) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1529) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (7), Ireland (5), Scotland (4), Australia (4), New Zealand (4) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1530) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns GB and World issues of Victoria 1887 ‘Bonomi’ style obverse design (after the 1837 Pattern Crown) all in .925 silver, weight 35 grammes (24), GB (7), Ireland (5), Scotland (4), Australia (4), New Zealand (4) all UNC to BU and eye-catching (£350 - £400) 1531) Poland 16th to 18th Century a hoard (over 650) including 30 Groschen (Gulden) 1665, Ort 1623, 18 Groszy (2) 1650, 1754 EC, Grossus Charles IV (1346-1378), the others mainly 6 Groschen (143) and 3 Groschen (60), 3 Polker (455), also Lithuania 4 Groats 1569, in mixed grades (£1,700 - £3,500) 1532) Portugal (10) 500 Reis (2) 1858 Fine, 1891 NEF, 200 Reis 1863 GF, 100 Reis 1877 Fine, 20 Reis (3) 1830 VG, 1883 VF, 1892 GVF, 10 Escudos (2) 1928 Battle of Ourique GVF toned, 1954 VF, 50 Centavos 1926 GVF, along with Macau 1 Pataca 1975 EF (£65 - £75) 1533) Portugal (6) 10 Escudos (3) 1933 Good Fine, 1937 Fine/ Good Fine, 1948 EF, 5 Escudos (2) 1937 Bright NVF, 1940 EF, 20 Centavos 1913 NVF with some hairlines (£90 - £120) 1534) Portugal (6) 5 Escudos 1937 Near Fine, 2 1/2 Escudos (2) 1937 Fine with some scratches, 1966 UNC, Escudo 1928 NEF, 50 Centavos (2) 1935 (for Azores) Near Fine,

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1953 Lustrous UNC, scarce (£55 - £75) 1535) Portugal 40 Reis 1834, 20 Reis (2) 1843, 1847, 10 Reis (3) 1778, 1843, 1852 Around Fine, as part of a group of World (78) mostly 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1536) Russia (13) 20 Kopek 1848, 15 Kopek 1872, 10 Kopek 1877, 3 Kopeks 1832 EM, 1853 EM (2), 2 Kopeks (4) 1868, 1896, 1912, 1913, 1 Kopek (3) 1840, 1853, 1878, Belgium (2) 2 Centimes 1870, One Centime 1887, USA Cent 1907, Wellington Token 1812 Cuidad Rodrigo , Austria 2 Heller 1909 Fine (£40 - £70) 1537) Russia (2) One Rouble 1852 CΠБ ΠA C#168.1 EF, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 20 Kopeks 1915BC Lustrous UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS65, GB Trade Dollar 1911B, Plain date KM#T5 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£75 - £100) 1538) Russia (with a few other European countries) (45) silver and copper and including 18th century issues, mixed grades (45) (£100 - £200) 1539) Russia 5 Kopeks Silver (49) 1821 (2), 1833, 1834, 1838 (2), 1846, 1848, 1850 (2), 1851 (2), 1853 (2), 1856 (4), 1860 (4), 1861 (2), 1862 (4), 1863 (2), 1864, 1865 (3), 1867 (3), 1868, 1869, 1887, 1888, 1890 (4) the vast majority VF to GEF many nicely toned (£1,100 - £1,400) 1540) Russia a collection in an album 5 Roubles (22), 3 Roubles (9), 1 Rouble (40) 1980s and 1990s issues, includes 1990s Proof issues, in mixed grades, the Proof issues UNC-FDC, Mint set 1995 (7 coins) UNC in the wallet of issue, Russia Rouble 1774 NVG/G, 5 Kopeks 1764EM NVG as part of a group of Russia 5 Roubles to 2 Kopeks mostly 20th Century issues a few earlier, includes some late 19th/ Early 20th Century items, many with tape or tape residue on one side, this possible removable, in mixed grades (lot) (£260 - £380) 1541) Russia One Rouble 1897 VF, USA One Cent 1868 NVF, GB Halfcrown 1700 VG, Israel 5 Lirot 1963 Longship UNC, as part of a group of GB and World a small group (14) 19th and 20th Century includes some silver in mixed grades to UNC (£120 - £150) 1542) Russia Patina Collection Fantasy 1 1/2 Roubles 1832 Nicholas I, Obverse 1, all in .925 silver, 28.2 to 28.3 grammes each Prooflike UNC and lustrous (£850 - £950) 1543) Russia Patina issues ‘The Imperial Russian Collection’ Fantasy Crown-sized 1 Rouble and 1 1/2 Rouble (79) 1725-1917 all struck in .925 silver on 25.5 gramme flans, includes a host of different Accession, Coronation and Military issues, Prooflike UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£1,150 - £1,350) 1544) Russia Roubles (3) 1774 C#67a.2, 1813 C#130, 1815 C#130 all VG (£140 - £160) 1545) Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (3) 5,000 Pesetas 1996 20th Anniversary Land Rover and Guerrillas KM36, 5,000 Pesetas 1996 20th Anniversary Proclamation KM35, 500 Pesetas 1990 Arab walking camel KM2 Unc - FDC the two 5,000 Pesetas in perspex presentation holders REPUBLIC SAHARAUI (£50 - £100) 1546) South Africa and a few GB, a collection in two albums (274) South Africa Five Shillings to Farthings, also Republic issues One Rand to One Cent, includes Five Shillings 1959 (2) and many others in silver, in mixed grades to UNC, along with South Africa Mint Sets (14) 1967 (2), 1968 (2), 1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982,

1983 UNC in the vinyl envelopes of issue some toned (£450 - £650) 1547) South Africa ZAR (14) Halfcrown 1892, Florins (2) 1892, 1897, Shillings (4) 1892 (2), 1894, 1895, Sixpences (4) 1892, 1894, 1897 (2), Threepences (2) 1893, 1896, Penny 1898 Fine to GVF (£250 - £300) 1548) South Africa, East Africa and British West African (88) the vast majority 20th Century and in base metal, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 1549) South America (6) Brazil 2000 Reis 1924, Paraguay 2 Centesimos 1870, Peru Real 1830 JM, Mexico (2) Real 1785, Quarter Real 1842, Nicaragua 5 Cents 1880H, VG to VF (£80 - £100) 1550) Spain 5 Pesetas (10) 1876, 1878, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1888, 1889, 1891, 1898 Fine to Good Fine (£125 - £150) 1551) Spain 5 Pesetas 1888 Fine as part of a group of World includes Spain, Morocco, Greece, Tunisia, Libya and more 18th to 20th Century (112), plus a small group of World Paper Moey (10) in mixed grades (£40 - £80) 1552) Spain Half Escudo 1786DV About Fine/Fine as part of a group of World a varied selection (35) many countries represented includes Crown-sized and silver items, in mixed grades many VF to EF, a few lustrous (£200 - £300) 1553) Straits Settlements Quarter Cents (2) 1884, 1899 VG as part of a group of Straits Settlements, Hong Kong, India, Australia minors (64) , mostly 20th Century, a few in silver, in mixed grades (£100 - £120) 1554) Sweden 1/6 Ore 1671 VF, Roman Hadrian Sestertius, low grade, as part of a group of World 17th to 20th Century (41) the majority European issues includes some silver minors, in mixed grades (£80 - £120) 1555) Switzerland (3) 5 Francs Shooting Thaler (2) 1881 Fribourg VF/GVF, 1883 Lugano GVF with surface marks, 5 Francs 1925 KM#38 EF toned with some contact marks (£130 £160) 1556) Switzerland (38) 5 Francs (3) 1932B (2), 1953, 2 Francs (4) 1914, 1940, 1944, 1945, 1 Franc (6) 1898, 1937, 1939, 1943, 1945, 1960, Half Franc (14) 1906, 1920 (2), 1939, 1944, 1945 (3), 1946, 1950, 1951, 1958, 1960, 1962, 20 Rappen (2) 1897, 1924, 10 Rappen 1894, 5 Rappen (5) 1850, 1885, 1891, 1892, and another worn example, 1 Rappen (3) 1932, 1937 (2) in mixed grades to EF (£50 £75) 1557) Tonkin - French Protectorate 1/600th Piastre 1905 Zinc KM#1 (8) EF or better, some with lustre, most have spots as often with this scarce issue (£225 - £275) 1558) USA (10) Trade Dollars (2) 1873 Fine, 1878S Good Fine with grey tone, Dollars (2) 1878 CC VF with some thin scratches on the obverse, 1890 CC Good Fine, 10 Cents 1834 VG, Half Dimes (2) 1831 Fine, 1861 Fine, Unity Cent 1783 Breen 1188 Reverse lettering weakly struck, the portrait Near Fine, Cent 1861 Confederate, Restrike (early 1960s) in silver by Brashlow from heavily defaced dies, EF, USA/Ireland Farthing 1723 Woods, Fine for wear with some pitting to the surfaces (£650 - £750) 1559) USA (3) Quarter Dollar 1951S in an ICG holder and graded MS65, One Cents (2) 1920 PCGS MS65 RD, 1959D PCGS MS65 RD (£25 - £50) 1560) USA (4) Dollar 1921 Peace NVF, Half Dollar 1834 Near Fine, Half Dollar Commemorative Pilgrim (1920) No obverse date ,GVF, Five Cents 1882 Filled 2 About Fine

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(£195 - £225) 1561) USA (71) Trade Dollar 1877S, Dollar 1921 Peace, along with Quarter Dollars to Cents and a bronze President Carter Medal, in mixed grades a few EF (£400 - £500) 1562) USA (98) Dime 1899, Half Dime 1855, Five Cents (5) 1867, 1882, 1898, 1911, 1913, Three Cents (3) 1858, 1865 (2), Two Cents 1864, One Cent (87) Small Cents (83), Large Cents (4) in mixed grades, housed in a Lindner Tray (£200 - £250) 1563) USA (with a few other countries) (62) from circulation and including Half Cent 1809 in low grade (£125 - £200) 1564) USA a small group (4) Halfpenny 1787 Connecticut, Obverse small letters, Fine, Halfpenny Rosa Americana 1723VG the obverse with a stain on the bust, One Cent 1853 Good Fine with a scratch on the obverse, Two Cents 1864 Good Fine (£200 - £250) 1565) USA Dollars (3) 1884O UNC, 1885O AU/UNC, 1887 UNC with a hint of tone, Mexico 8 Reales 1856 GVF toned (£140 - £180) 1566) USA Dollars (5) 1878S, 1881O, 1890 (2), 1921S Morgan, Quarter Dollars (5) 1892, 1911, 1914, 1926, 1930, Half Dimes (2) 1857, 1871, Five Cents (7) 1891, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1911, 1924, Cents (20) 1848, 1896, 1900, 1909, 1910, 1916, 1917S (2), 1918, 1919S, 1920S, 1927, 1928, 1943 Steel, 1944D, 1946, 1948, 1949S, 1953D, 1956, in mixed grades (£250 - £300) 1567) USA Half Dollar 1946D Breen 5217 Lustrous UNC, in an old PCGS holder with green label and graded MS65, Five Cents 1938D Breen 2655 Choice UNC, in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 (£60 - £80) 1568) USA Half Dollars (10) 1831, 1832, 1834, 1853, 1858 O (2), 1871, 1875, 1876, 1877 Near Fine to Fine (£300 - £400) 1569) USA Half Dollars (16) 1898, 1903S, 1904, 1906, 1906O, 1907, 1908D, 1909S, 1910S, 1911, 1911D, 1912D, 1912S, 1913D, 1915D, 1915S (£130 - £150) 1570) USA Half Dollars in PCGS holders (3) undated (1920) Pilgrim PCGS AU58, 1950S Booker T.Washington PCGS MS64, 1936 Long Island PCGS AU58 (£125 - £150) 1571) USA Hard Times Tokens (8) Centre Market Accommodation, New York, 14th Ward, 1837, S.Laycock and Son 1837, Lafayette a friend to America 1834, Webste Credit Currency 1841, Gustavus Lindenmueller, New York 1863, General Tom Thumb, undated, The Constitution as I understand it/Void of Pomp 1834, The Constitution as I understand it/I take the Responsibility, undated, and Countermarked Cents (2) 1830 A>BENNETT, 1817 SIMPSON in mixed grades (£150 - £200) 1572) USA Store Tokens and others (9) Omaha, Nebraska One Penny undated Fine, Waukerz Chrome Leather, Reverse: Bird undated (2) Fine, both holed Boston, Willow Café Reverse: Horseshoe (2), Fine, both holed, California 1849, Fine, The Flag of our Union 1863 Good Fine, W.M.Preston, Wilmington, Ohio 18/63 Fine, One Cent 1956 with Masonic impression/countermark VF (£80 - £100) 1573) Vietnam Bar Coinage Silver Lang (2) Gia Long, undated (c.1802-1820) KM#179 and 180, large and small characters 38.6 and 38.8 grammes, Good Fine (£180 £220) 1574) World (51, one plugged) the vast majority in silver, includes USA and South Africa items, in mixed grades (£225 - £275)

1575) World (64) including many later 20th century issues in silver (£300 - £500) 1576) World (800 Kilos) in mixed grades, Note: a sample of 10 Kilos will be available for viewing at the sale (£3,200 £4,000) 1577) World (97) mostly earlier types including silver of the British Commonwealth some of these Victorian (£125 - £225) 1578) World (generally earlier types including pre 1900 silver crowns (lot) (£250 - £350) 1579) World 18th to 20th Century mostly European and Commonwealth issues, includes a group in silver, also over 6.5 Kilos in base metal, in mixed grades, some later coins lustrous (£225 - £375) 1580) World a collection in an album (175) a wide ranging group mostly 20th Century issues, a few earlier, most if not all Crown-sized, includes some large Tonga pieces, including FAO issues many EF or better and lustrous (£400 - £600) 1581) World a collection in an album (721) a wide ranging group 19th and 20th Century many different countries represented includes Australia, Canada, India, Germany, Austria, Thailand, San Marino, Vatican, South Africa and more, with plenty in silver these mainly Florin and Halfcrown sized pieces, many EF or better and lustrous (£1,000 - £1,500) 1582) World a mixed group (10) Danzig (2) 10 Pfennigs (2) 1932 KM#152 Good Fine, 1920 Token Coinage in Zinc KM#Tn1 Fine or better, along with Zeppelin Canteen Token c.1914 About Fine, France Teston 1569, Toulouse Mint, About Fine with some weakness in the centre, Iran 5000 Dinars (5 Krans) (2) 1902 KM#976 GEF and lustrous, 1927 KM#1106 EF with some contact marks, Scotland Five Shillings 1697 S.5688 Upright die axis, VG the reverse slightly better, Serbia Dinar 1915 Coin die alignment with designer’s name KM#25.4 VG, unpriced by Krause, Rare, Madeira Islands 10 Reis 1842 KM#2 VF with some edge nicks, possibly once lightly cleaned, now retoned, Spain 100 Pesetas 1966 (68) as KM#797 GVF and prooflike, with some spots on the obverse, we note the Proofs are unlisted for this date and type, this certainly with a completely different finish to the currency coin (£220 - £250) 1583) World a small and interesting group (4) Austria 2 Thaler 1867A KM#2250 VF with an old scuff in the obverse field, German States City View Medal 1697 43mm diameter in silver, Obverse East view of city, Reverse the crests of the five secret long coat, the crests of the master builder Ilsung, Imhof, Stetten and Voith of the mountain, Fine, German States - Frankfurt Thaler 1772 a 1970s fantasy with BANK FŰR GEMEINWIRTSCHAFT AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT (believed issued in the 1970s) GVF, Medal France Napoleon Crossing of the Volga 1812 40mm diameter in bronze VF cleaned (£100 - £175) 1584) World a small group (10) British Honduras (6) 25 Cents 1897 in an NGC holder and graded AU58, One Cent (5) 1914 NEF toned, 1918 GVF once lightly cleaned, 1958 in an NGC holder and graded MS64 RB, 1959 in an NGC holder and graded MS62 BN, 1968 GVF and struck slightly off-centre, Essequibo & Demerara (2) Quarter Guilder 1853 in an NGC holder and graded AU53, One Eighth Guilder 1832 in an NGC holder and graded AU55, Sarawak 10 Cents 1934 EF with some spots, Malaya and British Borneo 20 Cents 1956 with traces of double striking, also struck on a thin flan weighing 2.31 grammes VF (£150 £200) 1585) World a small group (10) Ireland (2) Threepence 1928 EF,

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Penny 1940 Fine, German States - Bocholt 21 Heller 1761 KM#25About Fine, German States - Prussia (2) 2 Pfennig 1862 UNC and lustrous, 1 Pfennig 1860A UNC toned, Germany Federal Republic 5 Marks 1968G Gutenberg Proof UNC, Uruguay (4) 50 Centesimos 1893 Fine, 5 Centesimos 1854 54 over 40 Fine, 4 Centesimos 1869H Fine, 1000 Pesos 1969 EF (£200 - £250) 1586) World a small group (12) Hawaii Quarter Dollar 1883, Norway 50 Ore 1898, German East Africa Half Rupie 1913A, France 5 Francs 1831A, Malta 15 Tari 1761, Netherlands (2) 25 Cents 1849, 10 Cents 1849, Japan 100 Mon a fantasy issue, Sweden 1 Ore 1686, Greece 10 Lepta 1843, Canada ‘The Big Nickel’ 1951 Sudbury, Canada, a fantasy issue (EF), plus a worn small copper piece, unattributed VG to Good Fine unless stated (£110 - £140) 1587) World a small group (5) Australia Penny 1911 GVF, India Portuguese 4 Tangas 1934 Fine, France Feudal Coinage Denier Raymond VII Toulouse (2) undated 1222-1249 Fine and Good Fine, German States - Stolberg-Stolberg 1/12th Thaler (Doppelgroschen) 1748 IIG KM#232 Fine (£200 - £250) 1588) World a small group (5) Indian Princely States - Hyderabad Quarter Rupee AH1309 (1891) VF with a dig in the centre of the obverse, Indian Princely States - Kalat Khudadad Khan Falus (AH1274-1311) 1856-1893 KM#21 Fine or better with weak areas, Dutch India Stuiver undated (Hammered Coinage 1650-1700) weight 26.43 grammes, VF/Fine, Java 2 Stuiver 1810 as KM#224.1 a contemporary counterfeit weighing 9.9 grammes, Fine, India Tankah AH664 (1265AD) Sultan Nasir Al din Mahmud Shah I, Delhi Mint Good Fine (£125 - £175) 1589) World a small group (6) Cyprus Half Piastre 1886 Good Fine with a darker tone area on PIASTRE, French IndoChina One Piastre 1931 NEF, Portuguese India Rupia 1912 VF, Sweden (3) 25 Ore 1889EB GEF and lustrous, 10 Ore (2) 1883EB EF and lustrous, 10 Ore 1855T NEF and lustrous (£325 - £350) 1590) World a varied group (15) Canada 5 Cents 1902H A/ UNC and lustrous, Cyprus Quarter Piastre 1926 (2) GF/ NVF and NVF, Southern Rhodesia (2) Halfcrown 1937 NEF toned, Threepence 1944 UNC and lustrous, New Zealand Sixpence 1934 A/UNC, South Africa Shilling 1897 EF toned, Ireland Halfpenny 1940 UNC with lustre, Guernsey 4 Doubles 1920H Lustrous UNC, Austria Florin 1877A GEF/AU and lustrous, Romania 2000 Lei 1946 A/UNC, Philippines 50 Centavos 1945S Lustrous UNC, Afghanistan Rupee 1754-1772 Ahmad Shah Hammered Coinage VF, Switzerland Half Franc 1921 UNC and attractively toned, Danish West Indies 10 Skilling 1845 GVF/EF (£300 - £350) 1591) World a varied group (70) includes Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Hong Kong, India and more, mostly 20th Century base metal issues, includes a few in silver, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 1592) World collection in an album with strength in crown sized issues many of these in silver, an unusual fantasy Sovereign 1964 peculiar details probably base metal gilt and including the sought after 4 Dollars Caribbean issues from the 1970 Antigua, Montserrat, |Barbados, Dominica, St Lucia, St Christopher, Grenada and St Vincent (lot) mixed grades many in Unc (£250 - £450) 1593) World Edward VIII issues (22) in a fitted case with EDWARD VIII COINS in gold lettering on the lid, includes issues from Indian States, British West Africa, East Africa,

Fiji and New Guinea in mixed grades to UNC some with lustre (£75 - £125) 1594) World in a dealer’s album (180) mostly 20th Century issues in base metal, with a handful of earlier issues, in mixed grades (£85 - £150) 1595) World in high grades (23) a good mix of countries mostly early 20th Century items with some in silver, NEF to UNC (£300 - £350) 1596) World in silver (34) includes many Halfcrown and Crownsized in mixed grades some EF and better, along with World 20th Century in base metal (125) in mixed grades (£175 - £275) 1597) World includes Ireland (over £30 face), and Australia (over $100 face) and more, in mixed grades (lot) total weight around 20 Kilos (£80 - £100) 1598) World includes strength in Jersey and Guernsey issues, in mixed grades some EF (lot) (£75 - £150) 1599) World including many later 20th century issues in silver and including some useful middle east silver issues (lot) (£250 - £350) 1600) World including pre-1900 in collectable grades, some in silver (lot) (£125 - £225) 1601) World including some useful items in high grades (lot) (£600 - £900) 1602) World including un-official sets and silver crowns (lot) (£100 - £200) 1603) World Medallic Coinage Pattern Crowns by John Pinches (4) Geoffrey Hearn series in .925 silver (minted 1954) Australia 1936 X#M1a, Bermuda 1936 X#1a, Ceylon 1936 X#1a, New Zealand 1936 X#1a all UNC with prooflike fields, and attractively toned, comes with the purchase receipt from 1968, Linecar and Stone states that ‘less than 50 were made in silver’, Krause ‘Unusual World Coins’ states a figure of 100 minted (£160 - £200) 1604) World Mexico 8 Reales 1794 VF, Chinese Cash and Fantasies (3), Lundy Puffin and Half Puffin 1929 these lustrous, British West Indies $1/8 1820 VF early 20th German Silver Marks EF-Unc (5), Yugoslavia Tito fantasies in silver (2) (£75 - £125) 1605) World, mainly Commonwealth issues (124), with some early pieces, with more recent issues in lustrous grades, includes Belize Mint set 1980 UNC and two Chinese 20 Cents silver issues (£75 - £150)

End fo Saturday Sale

Sunday Sale Starts at 11 am Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 1606-1639) 1606) A collection of mixed Roman coins. Mostly silver, 5 x Ar antoninianus, 9 x Ar denarius, 5 x bronzes and one Parthian Ar drachm. Good selection. Fine to NVF [20] (£200 - £250)

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1607) Ambiani. Au stater. C, 150 BC. Obv; Large, laureate head l. Rev; Horse prancing l., above, winged driver (or Nike) l.; below horse, rosette, in field l., triangle, below tail, cross. Scheers, TNC 247, cl. VIIIc. DT I, 40, 68. ABC 28, 4. Worn, RARE. 7.06g. Fine (£650 - £750) 1608) Ancients a varied group (18) includes Indian States 2.71 grammes in gold, purity unknown, Anglo-Saxon Sceatta, and a selection of Roman bronzes, in mixed grades (£150 - £200) 1609) Ancients a varied group (34) includes Roman, Indo-Greek and more, mostly bronzes a handful in silver, along with a Charles I Farthing and James I Farthing, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 1610) Anglo-Saxon Sceattas (4) Primary Phase Reverse with Bird right, above cross, Secondary Phase S.807B VF, with two examples around Fine and unattributed (£40 - £80) 1611) Bil. Centenionales (2) Crispus Caesar, London 322, cuiraissed and armed bust l. in ornamented helmet rev. altar inscribed VOT/IS/XX, PLON in ex. (RCV 16726) GVF: Constantine II Caesar, London 321, cuiraissed bust l. rev. as last, P-A in field (RCV 17150) GVF, both ex Langtoft hoard DNW 13/3/02: Bil. Light Maiorina Constans, Siscia 348, cuiraissed bust l. holding globe, rev soldier leading captive from hut (RCV 18691) GVF with small flan split on shoulder (3) (£80 - £100)

1619) Constantius II barbaric imitation Ar Siliqua. C, 4th century AD. Rev; VOTIS V MVLTIS X within wreath; unusual mint sign in ex. Good strike for an imitation, interesting. 1.53g. VF (£50 - £75) 1620) Copper As. Germanicus, struck by his brother Claudius, Rome 42 rev. legend around SC (RCV 1905) NVF, rev slightly off-centre: Quadrans Claudius, Rome 42, obv hand holding scales (RCV 1866) VF (2) (£110 - £140)

1621) Egypt. Ptolemy IV Philopator. Tetradrachm. C, 225-205 BC. Alexandria. Obv; Jugate busts to right of Serapis, laureate, bearded and draped, and Isis, crowned, diademed and draped. Rev;ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΠΤΟΛΕΜΑΙΟΥ Eagle with closed wings standing on thunderbolt to left, his head turned back to right, with double cornucopiae at his shoulder; between eagle’s legs, ΔΙ. BMFA 2284. SNG Copenhagen 197. Svoronos 1124. Some surface deposits. 13.26g. NVF (£500 - £600)

1612) Bil. Centenionales (2) Fausta, Cyzicus 325, rev. Fausta holding her two sons (RCV 16578) GVF: Helena, Alexandria 328, rev. Helena stg.l. holding branch (RCV 16631) EF with full silvering: Bil. Reduced Centenionalis Theodora, Trier 337, rev. Pietas clasping child to breast (RCV 17501) VF (3) (£80 - £100) 1613) Byzantine Follis (200) in mixed grades (£1,200 - £1,500) 1614) Celtic bronze head. C, 2nd-1st century BC. Solid bronze cast head with bulbous eyes and linear decoration for hair. Metal detecting find, patchy green patina. 73.93g (£50 - £100) 1615) Celtic. Corieltauvi. Ar unit. C, 50 BC- 30 AD. Obv; Boar standing right, ornaments around. Rev; horse left, pelletand-ring motifs above and below, pellets around. BMC 3194ff; VA 855; S 396. Patchy dark tone. Rare type. 1.43g. VF (£200 - £300) 1616) Celtic. Trinovantes. Au stater. Whaddon Chase type. C, 55-45 BC. Obv; Almost plain. Rev; Horse r, pellet ornament below. VA 1476-5. Worn dies on obverse but good metal and surfaces. 5.58g. Fine/NVF (£450 - £550)

1617) Celtic. Trinovantes. Au stater. Whaddon Chase type. C, 55-45 BC. Obv; Almost plain. Rev; Horse r, pellet ornament below. VA 1476-5. Worn dies on obverse but good metal and surfaces. 5.89g. Fine/GVF (£500 - £600)

1622) Greek Imperial from a hoard, Elmais - Phraates Drachm mid 2nd Century (450) in mixed grades (£1,700 - £2,000) 1623) Group of mixed silver and bronze ancients. Mostly Roman imperial and provincial bronzes. A silver stater of Rhodes and three denarius. Two other Greek pieces which are modern copies. Poor to Good fine some with verdigris. [35] (£200 - £250) 1624) Group of Roman bronzes in a plastic leaf. Mostly 4th century AD. Earthy patinas, varied selection. Poor to G Fine [30] (£50 - £75)

1625) Kingdom of Thrace. Lysimachos. Au stater. C,323-281 BC. Tomis, time of Mithridates VI, circa 88-86 BC. Obv; Diademed head of deified Alexander III right, resembling Mithridates, with horn of Ammon. Rev; ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ, Athena seated left, holding Nike in right hand, resting left arm on shield, transverse spear behind, ΘΕΜ in inner left field, ΤΟ under throne, trident with dolphins in exergue. SNG Copenhagen 1091. AGMN 2480. Müller 273. Nice central strike. 8.35g. GVF (£800 - £900)

1618) Celtic. Trinovantes. Au stater. Whaddon Chase type. C, 55-45 BC. Obv; Almost plain. Rev; Horse r, pellet ornament below. VA 1476-5. Worn dies, small flan. 5.98g. Fine/G Fine (£400 - £450)

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1626) Modern copy in gold of a Multiple 4 aureus of Constantine I. C,306-307 AD. Rev: PRIC - IP - I IVVENTVTI Constantinus, in military attire, standing facing, head l., holding sceptre in l. hand, raising r.; in field l., standard. In exergue, P R. RIC-. Superb detail, very rare coin if it was genuine. 20.01g. EF. EX LCA 150 (Sept 2015) Lot 1676 realised £1900 hammer price (£750 - £1,500)

1637) Stater Gallo-Belgic c.150-c.50BC Obverse: Laureate Head left, Reverse: horse left S.2 VG Rare (£750 - £850)

1638) Trajan Decius. Ar antoninianus. Rome. C, 249-251 AD. Rev; DACIA; Dacia standing left, holding staff surmounted by ass’s head. RIC 12b; RSC 16. Good surfaces and metal. 3.98g. VF (£25 - £35) 1627) Persia. Achaemenid Empire. Darios I to Xerxes II. Ar siglos. C, 485-420 BC. Sardes mint. Obv; Persian king or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear and bow. Rev; Incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb, Group A/B (pl. XII, 17); Meadows, Administration 322; BMC Arabia pl. XXIV, 17. Good silver. 5.55g. NVF (£40 - £60) 1628) Roman (10) Bronzes 1st to 3rd Century (7), two in silver , one a Denarius Hadrian, Fine and a fantasy piece 39mm diameter (£80 - £100) 1629) Roman (4) As Caligula, 37AD, Reverse Vesta seated Fine, with pitted surfaces and heavily patinated, Denarius Orbiana, (c.225AD) Obverse. SALL BARBIA ORBIANA AVG, diademed & draped bust right Reverse. CONCORDIA AVGG, Concordia seated left on throne, holding patera & double cornucopiae. RSC 1 Fine, Sestertius Postumus 253AD, Reverse Victory advancing left, Good Fine with pitted surfaces, Sestertius Julia Mamaea (222-235 AD) Reverse Felicitas, NVF with green patina, Roman medallic bronze Julia Domna , heavier than a sestertius at 32 grammes Obverse Bust of Julia Domna right, Reverse MAT.AVG.MATTEN.M.PATR approaching Fine, along with Roman Bronzes (over 550) detector finds, in mixed grades to Fine (£400 - £450) 1630) Roman (50) all but two in bronze, Good to Good Fine (£50 - £100) 1631) Roman (69) mostly base metal issues with a few in silver in mixed grades Poor to Fine, along with a Charles I Rose Farthing and a hammered silver Penny these in low grade (£50 - £100) 1632) Roman (96) Antoninianii (13), Bronzes (83) mostly 3rd and 4th Century VG to Fine (£180 - £220)

1639) Valens. Au solidus. C, 364-378 AD. Nicomedia mint, 5th officina. Struck AD. Rev; Valens standing facing, head right, holding labarum and crowning Victory on globe; SMNЄ in ex. RIC IX 2d.1; Depeyrot 10. Surface marks. 3.39g. Fine (£250 - £300)

Islamic Coins (lots 1640-1654) 1640) Abbasid, Al-Radi Billah, 322-329 AH / 934-940 AD, Silver Dirham, Baghdad Mint, NVF, Abbasid, Al-Mutaki, AH300 (941AD) Baghdad Mint Fine, Ilkhans Abu-Said of Persia 2 Dirhams in silver 14th Century (2), About Fine and VF (£50 - £75) 1641) Almohad, square Dirhams (53): Sabta (2), Fas (5), Qurtuba, mint unclear (3), without mint (42); together with four contemporary Christian imitations (Millares), varied state (57) (£100 - £150) 1642) Arabia under Felix, Himyarite confederacy - Yemen (c.80100 AD) Silver Quinarius (20) NVF to VF we note similar items are currently being offered at around £90-220 each on various internet websites (£800 - £1,000) 1643) Crimea under the Ottoman Turks silver units 1100 - 1200 AD diameter 15mm crude Fair - Fine (600) (£1,000 £1,200) 1644) Islamic copper (113) an unattributed group in need of further research, generally in collectable grades (£300 £400) 1645) Islamic copper (42) an unattributed group in need of further research, generally in collectable grades many VF (£200 - £300)

1633) Roman Bronzes (155) generally in low grades (£75 - £125)

1646) Miscellaneous Islamic copper coins (68), mostly Spanish, together with other copper coins (6), varied state (74) (£80 - £100)

1634) Roman Bronzes 1st to 3rd Century (153) in mixed grades a few damaged or holed (£100 - £150)

1647) Sassanian Drachms (2) Khusru II (590-627AD) both VF (£30 - £60)

1635) Roman, Aurelian silvered Bronze Antoninianus. Serdica mint. Struck CE 274-275. (23mm, 4.94 g). Obverse:AURELIANUS AVG, radiate and cuirassed bust right, Reverse RESTITVT OR-BIS, Pax (Peace) standing right, presenting wreath to Aurelian standing left, holding scepter. RIC 290var, GEF nicely centred and well struck with some of the original silvering remaining. (£50 - £100)

1648) Slave Kingdom of Denia, Iqbal al-dawla ‘Ali (436-468h), Dirham, Daniya 437h, 3.18g (A 381.1; W 599); together with assorted other silver coins (12), varied state, one pierced, the first rare (13) (£150 - £200)

1636) Roman, Celtic and Indian States along with Farthings Charles I (2) a wide variety the Celtic being fragmented base issues (50), in mixed grades VG to VF (109 coins in lot) (£250 - £350)

1649) Umayyad of Spain, Dirhams (22): al-Andalus 332h, 366h, 380h, 391h, 394h(2), 396h, 399h; Madinat al-Zahra 339h, 340h, 347h, 348h, 349h, 353h(2), 354h(2), 355h, 356h, 359h(2), 363h, varied state, one pierced (22) (£100 - £150) 1650) Umayyad of Spain, Dirhams (26): al-Andalus 173h, 190h, 198h, 201h, 203h, 204h, 206h, 216h, 217h, 220h(3), 221h,

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222h, 224h, 226h, 230h(3), 236h(2), 240h, date unclear (4), varied state (26) (£200 - £250) 1651) Umayyad of Spain, Dirhams (27): al-Andalus 170h, 192h, 195h, 198h, 204h, 206h, 216h, 217h, 220h(3), 223h, 226h, 227h(3), 228h(2), 229h, 231h, 236h, 238h(3), 239h, 240h, date unclear, varied state, two pierced (27) (£200 - £250)

(685-704) S.846, North 176, Obverse pellet within circle, Reverse Quadruped left, forked tail above, the first AngloSaxon coin with a regal title, 0.91 grammes, Good Fine (£75 - £125) 1661) Crown 1653 Commonwealth ESC 6 mintmark Sun Better than Fine and bold with old grey tone (£2,600 - £3,200)

1652) Umayyad of Spain, Dirhams (28): al-Andalus 331h, 333h, 366h, 368h, 379h, 382h(2), 391h, 400h; Madinat al-Zahra 340h, 345h, 346h, 347h(2), 349h, 350h, 352h, 353h, 355h, 356h(2), 357h(2), 358h(2), 400h, date unclear (2), varied state, three pierced (28) (£100 - £150) 1653) Umayyad of Spain, Dirhams (9), al-Andalus 197h, 366h, 400h, Madinat al-Zahra 340h(2), 343h(2), 353h(2); Almohad, square Dirhams (9), Fas (3), without mint (6); together with other silver (5) and copper (9) coins, varied state, three pierced (32) (£100 - £150) 1654) Umayyad, Dirhams (3): Jayy 81h, Wasit 93h, 94h. Very fine (3) (£80 - £100)

English Hammered Coins (lots 1655-1779) 1655) A lower grade group (22) Pennies - Shillings Edward III Charles I includes an Irish and a Sassanian (£175 - £275) 1656) A useful group of Hammered Silver including Scottish and Irish examples, mixed grades (15) (£300 - £400)

1657) Angel Edward IV S.1967 mintmark Near Fine with a small amount of residue on the reverse rim (£1,100 - £1,400)

1662) Crown Charles I Group 2, type 2b1 Plume on horses head only, Reverse: Plume between CR above shield, S.2756 mintmark Plume, Nearer VF than Fine and pleasing, on a full round flan (£2,000 - £2,500)

1658) Angel Henry VII S.2183 mintmark Pansy VF and with strong detail and some scuffs (£1,250 - £1,500)

1663) Crown Charles I Group I, Tower Mint, First horseman, type 1a, horse caparisoned with plume on head and crupper S.2753 mintmark Lis About Fine (£500 - £750) 1659) Angel Henry VIII Annulet by Angel’s head and on ship S.2299 mintmark Lis About EF (£2,700 - £3,200)

1660) Anglo-Saxon, Kings of Northumbria - Sceatta, Aldfrith

1664) Crown Charles I Group II, Tower Mint, Second horseman type 2a, Smaller horse with plume on head only, and cross

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on housing, S.2755 mintmark Harp Fine/Good Fine (£800 - £1,200)

1665) Crown Charles I Truro Mint S.3045 mintmark Rose Near Fine/Fine with some weaker areas (£400 - £700)

1668) Crown James I Second Coinage S.2652 mintmark Lis Fine, evenly struck on a full round flan (£500 - £750)

1669) Cut Farthings (18) includes William I, Edward the Confessor, Henry I, Henry II and a continental 12th Century Denier, an interesting group in mixed grades, many from the T.Everson collection (£125 - £175) 1670) Cut Farthings Richard I, John and Henry III types (24) an interesting a large group of types, in mixed grades, many from the T.Everson collection (£150 - £200) 1671) Cut Farthings Stephen (4) Cross Moline, Cross Fleury, Voided Cross and Civil War issues, GF to VF, all ex-T. Everson collection, Rare thus (£125 - £175) 1672) Cut Halfpennies (35) mostly around Fine, plus a further group of hammered (63) includes Cut Farthings (42) these in mixed grades, many Fine, includes some fragments (£130 - £170)

1666) Crown Edward VI 1552 S.2478 Good Fine on a full and round flan, the reverse with some flan stress marks (£1,700 - £2,200)

1667) Crown Elizabeth I Seventh Issue mintmark 1 (1601) S.2582 better than VF with much sharp detail especially the obverse, all the legend bold and sharp, even grey tone with a very pleasing orange/gold colour towards the periphery generally free of problems and with the usual minor stress marks obverse, a pleasing example (£4,000 - £6,000)

1673) Double Crown Charles I Double arched crown, outer arch only jewelled S.2698 mintmark Lis, Good Fine with some scuffs (£1,100 - £1,500)

1674) Edward I a small group (5) Penny London Mint, Penny York Mint, Halfpennies London Mint (2), Farthing London Mint VG to Near Fine some with ragged edges (£50 - £100) 1675) Farthings Charles I (6) Richmond Oval (1), Maltravers (3), Rose (3) in mixed grades VG to NF (£40 - £60) 1676) Gold Crown Charles I Group B Second Bust, in ruff, armour and mantle S.2711 mintmark Cross Calvary Good Fine with thin scratches on the obverse, and traces of a mount having been skilfully removed at the top of the obverse, in a Hallmark Coins bag with certificate (£250 - £500) 1677) Groat Edward III Pre-Treaty period, London Mint, Series C, Lombardic M, R with wedge-shaped tail S.1565 mintmark Cross 1 About Fine, Halfgroat London Mint, Post-Treaty Period, S.1640 Mintmark Cross 1, VG with an edge crack (£70 - £90)

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1678) Groat Edward IV First Reign, Quatrefoils at neck S.2000 mintmark Sun, Good Fine struck slight off-centre with a small edge crack (£400 - £450)

Plume Fine/Good Fine on a full round flan with some uneven tone on the obverse, no flan cracks, this unusual on this issue (£1,500 - £2,500)

1679) Groat Henry V Class B, mullet to right of breast S.1762B, Good Fine with some light surface marks, Rare (£170 £220) 1680) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, S.1836 mintmark Pierced Cross Fine/Good Fine, toned (£150 £200) 1681) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, with annulets at neck S.1836 mintmark Incurved Pierced Cross, VF toned (£120 - £140) 1682) Groat Henry VI Annulet issue, London Mint, S.1835 mintmark Pierced Cross NVF with some edge cracks (£325 - £375) 1683) Groat Henry VI Rosette-Mascle issue, Calais Mint S.1859 Near VF (£75 - £125) 1684) Groat Henry VIII Posthumous Coinage Canterbury Mint, S.2408 Fine struck off-centre, Halfgroat Henry VIII Posthumous coinage Bristol Mint, S.2413 Fine, Penny Henry VIII Third Coinage, Canterbury Mint S.2383 Fine with some old scratches and a small hole, Halfpenny Third Coinage, Tower Mint S.2385 Fine (£175 - £225)

1689) Half Pound Elizabeth I Milled Coinage S.2543 North 2019/3 Mintmark Star BNJ 1983 Obv 3, Rev 1, this coin noted, Ex-Tom May Collection, Spink Nobles Sydney 17-19 April 2012, Ex-N.C.Jany 1974 (198) and Seaby Coin and Medal Bulletin June 1981 (EG52), Borden and Brown noted 8 specimens from these dies and a total of just 45 known from all dies, the flan with light creasing with a die cud on the reverse at 10 o’clock, GVF/NEF (£20,000 - £25,000)

1685) Groat Henry VIII Profile issue London Mint S.2316 mintmark Portcullis, Good Fine and problem-free, a pleasing piece (£400 - £600)

1686) Groat Mary S.2492 mintmark Pomegranate Fine for wear with some old scratches (£50 - £60)

1687) Half Noble Henry VI London Mint, with h in centre of the reverse S.1805 mintmark Lis Fine (£650 - £750)

1688) Half Pound Charles I 1642 Oxford mint, S.2944 mintmark

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even grey tone, Very Rare, Ex-Mrs. Street collection purchased privately by R.Marsham post mortem, Ex-R. Marsham Sotheby 19/11/1888, Lot 616, Ex-Montagu, Sotheby 13/11/1896, Lot 456, Ex-R.C.Lockett, Glendining, 11/10/1956, Lot 2524, Ex-J.G.Brooker SCBI 33, No.1056, Ex-Colin Adams Spink Auction 177, 1/12/2005, Lot 224, comes with six old collector’s tickets (£3,250 - £3,750)

1693) Halfcrown Charles I Group III, Third horseman, type 3a1 No caparisons on horse S.2773 mintmark Crown VG the reverse slightly better, Shilling Edward VI Fine silver issue S.2482 mintmark Tun Near Fine/Fine with some scratches on the obverse (£100 - £120) 1694) Halfcrown Charles I Group IV, Fourth horseman type 4, foreshortened horse, Reverse: Oval garnished shield S.2779 mintmark Star, in an ICG holder and graded EF45 (£175 - £275)

1695) Halfcrown James I Second Coinage S.2653 mintmark Lis VG/Fine with uneven toning, very rare (£500 - £600) 1690) Half Ryal Edward IV London Mint S.1959 Good Fine, creased, our archive database shows this is only the second example we have offered since 2003 (£2,000 £2,500)

1691) Half Sovereign Edward VI, Coinage in the name of Henry VIII, S.2391, North 1911 mintmark Martlet Fine with a few slightly weaker areas (£750 - £1,250)

1696) Halfcrowns (2) Charles I Group IV, fourth horseman, foreshortened horse, S.2779 mintmark Triangle in circle Near Fine struck on a misshapen flan as often, Charles I under Parliament Third horseman, type 3a3 S.2778 mintmark Eye VG (£80 - £120) 1697) Halfgroat Edward III Pre-Treaty Period, London Mint S.1574 Fine with an edge crack (£80 - £100) 1698) Halfgroat Henry VI Annulet issue, Calais Mint, S.1840 mintmark Pierced Cross Fine or better with uneven tone, the reverse with two scratches (£100 - £120) 1699) Hammered (26) Shillings to Farthings Henry II to Charles I includes Anglo-Gallic Denier (2) in mixed grades VG to VF, includes some useful pieces (£650 - £750)

1692) Halfcrown Charles I Exeter Mint 1645, S.3076, Brooker 1056 (this coin), Besly N44 (the only recorded example of this die pairing by Besly), Obverse: Ill-conformed horseman walking left, sword upright, horse with twisted tail, Reverse: date to left of mintmark, no stop to right of initial mark, Oval shield with five small and one large scrolls, mintmark Rose, About VF with pleasing and

1700) Hammered (66) Halfcrowns to cut Halfpennies John to Charles II in mixed grades, plus Maundy Threepence 1679 Fine and Sceatta Early Anglo-Saxon VG (£600 - £900) 1701) Hammered a small group (11) Shillings to Farthing Edward III to Charles I, along with Ireland Shilling James I Second Coinage NVG holed (£125 - £175) 1702) Hammered a small group (13) Sixpences Elizabeth I (10)

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1561 Small Bust S.2560 mintmark Pheon Fine with some weak areas, 1561 Small Bust S.2560 mintmark Pheon Fine for wear but with some surface corrosion and a flan crack, 1561 Small Bust, 17.5mm inner circle, S.2561 mintmark Pheon Fine with some old scratches, 1569 S.2562 mintmark Coronet VG creased, 1572 S.2562 mintmark Ermine, 1575 Larger bust S.2563 mintmark Eglantine Fine, 1575 Larger Bust S.2563 mintmark Ermine VG with large flan chip from 3 to 5 o’clock, 1581 Fifth Issue, S.2572 mintmark Latin Cross VG the reverse slightly better, 1590 Sixth Issue, Larger Bust 6C S.2578B mintmark Hand, Fine with some scratches, 1590 (?) last digit of date worn Poor and clipped, Groat Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2556 mintmark Martlet VG creased, Halfgroats Henry VII Profile issue, keys below shield S.2262 mintmark Martlet (2) Fine with flan crack, and VG/Near Fine (£200 - £300)

1707) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Third, smaller rounded head S.2638A mintmark Thistle, Good Fine with a light graze to the edge at 1 o’clock when viewed from the reverse (£1,250 - £1,500)

1703) Hammered a small group (5) Shillings (2) Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Tun VG/Fine, James I Sixth large bust S.2668 Near Fine, toned, mintmark not visible, Sixpences (2) Elizabeth I Milled issue 1568 Small Bust S.2599 mintmark Lis Near Fine with a depression at 1 o’clock on the reverse, Elizabeth I 1567 Intermediate bust 4B, ear shows, S.2562 mintmark Lion, Fine, Groat Henry VII facing bust S.2200 mintmark Cross Crosslet Fine with grey tone (£150 - £200)

1704) Ireland Crown Charles I Ormonde money (1643-1644) S.6544, 28.32 grammes VG or slightly better on a slightly irregular flan as often, the orb of the crown of a crude style (£300 - £600)

1705) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth head variety, tie ends form a bracket to value S.2638C mintmark Lis, VF/ NVF for wear, the portrait excellent, with some small weak areas and the flan bent at 6 o’clock (£1,100 - £1,400)

1706) Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth head with very small ties, S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, NVF/VF on a wavy flan (£1,400 - £1,800)

1708) Noble Edward III Transitional Treaty Period S.1499 VF, an even and pleasing example (£2,800 - £3,200)

1709) Noble Henry VI London Mint, Annulet by sword arm S.1799 mintmark Lis EF with a minor crease, this showing signs of a small and skilful repair only visible under strong magnification (£4,000 - £4,500)

1710) Offa. Kings of Mercia. Ar penny. C, 757-796. Light coinage, Canterbury, Eoba, Obv; o f f a, crosses between, retrograde r in central panel. Rev; e o b a in lobes of Celtic cross, small cross and pellets in centre. Chick 111e, this coin; CEB 18; N 276; S 907. Surfaces porous, very rare. 1.14g. About fine (£500 - £600) 1711) Pennies (4) Henry VIII Sovereign type, Bishop Tunstall, Durham Mint, CD by shield, Elizabeth I Fifth Issue (3) VG to Near Fine, two with ragged edges (£100 - £120) 1712) Pennies (5) Henry III Long Cross (1), Edward I (4), Halfpenny Edward I, in mixed lower grades (£80 - £100)

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1713) Penny Aethelred II Crux type S.1148 , Canterbury Mint, moneyer Wulfsige Good Fine (£150 - £200)

with no prices quoted for higher grades (£4,500 - £5,500)

1714) Penny Cnut Quatrefoil Type S.1157 Lincoln Mint, moneyer VLFCETEL MO LINC NEF, stated by the vendor to be not represented in the Lincoln Museum (£180 - £220) 1715) Penny Cnut Short Cross type S.1159 NVF the reverse struck from rusty dies (£180 - £220)

1716) Penny Cynethryth (Wife of Offa) c.757-796, Light Coinage Canterbury Mint, moneyer Eoba, S.909, North 339, Chick 138c (this coin), weight 1.12 grammes, About VF, wellcentred with a few very small pitting marks, extremely rare, Cynethryth being the only Anglo-Saxon queen to have her name and portrait on coinage (£6,000 - £8,000)

1725) Shilling 1554 Philip and Mary busts face to face with mark of value S2500. uneven wear in parts but portraits good probably nearer VF than Fine (£750 - £850)

1717) Penny Harold I Jewel Cross type S.1163 Bristol Mint, moneyer Egelwine, VF or better and nicely toned with a long thin surface crack, only visible on the obverse, viewing recommended (£75 - £150) 1718) Penny Henry II Tealby (1158-1180) Good to VG, struck on an irregular flan as often, no legend visible (£100 - £120) 1719) Penny Henry III Long Cross with sceptre S.1373 Class 5g, London Mint, moneyer Ricard, About VF with a flan crack (£30 - £60)

1726) Shilling 1651 Commonwealth ESC 983 S.3217 VF or better with some surface marks, far nicer than usually seen, overall with good eye appeal this unusual for coins of this series (£1,000 - £1,200)

1720) Penny Henry VIII Sovereign type, Durham Mint, Bishop Tunstall, CD by shield S.2354 mintmark Star/- Good Fine (£100 - £120) 1721) Penny Stephen Cross Moline ‘Watford’ type S.1278 VG on an irregular flan (£150 - £200)

1722) Quarter Noble Edward III Treaty Period (1361-1369) S.1511 London Mint, Annulet before EDWARD VF with strong detail, on a wavy flan (£400 - £500)

1727) Shilling 1652 Commonwealth, No Stop after THE, ESC 986 NVF with a slightly uneven tone, a little weak around the date area otherwise a full and even strike (£200 - £300)

1723) Quarter Noble Henry V Type G S.1758 no marks, with mullet in legend on reverse S.1758 mintmark Lis Fine (£300 - £400) 1728) Shilling 1652 Commonwealth, No Stop after THE, ESC 986 VF with even grey tone, a full and even coin with much eye appeal, slabbed and graded LCGS 40, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£550 - £650)

1724) Ryal (Rose Noble) Edward IV London Mint S.1950 mintmark Crown EF and sharply struck, 7.77 grammes, very desirable in this high grade, Spink lists £3000 in VF

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1729) Shilling 1654 Commonwealth, ENGLND error ESC 992 approaching VF with grey tone, Very Rare, rated R4 by ESC, this being only the second of this variety we have handled (£500 - £1,000)

1730) Shilling Charles I Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a, with no inner circles, S.2791 Brooker 487 mintmark Bell VF on a oval flan (£80 - £120) 1731) Shilling Charles I Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a, with no inner circles, S.2791 mintmark Bell VG/Fine, come with old ticket June 1962 6/- (£20 - £40) 1732) Shilling Charles I Group F, Sixth Large Briot Bust type 4.4 with stellate lace collar S.2799 mintmark Star VG/Good Fine the portrait rubbed (£20 - £40)

1733) Shilling Charles I Group G Tower Mint under Parliament S.2804 mintmark Sceptre, Fine or slight better with some double striking and some slight weak areas (£240 - £280)

1734) Shilling Charles I S.2791 mintmark Crown, Reverse : Round garnished shield, No CR, Good Fine, evenly toned with some slightly weaker areas (£140 - £160)

1738) Shilling Edward VI Base silver issue 1551 (MDLI) S.2466 mintmark Rose About Fine/VG even and with good legend, collectable for the grade (£300 - £400)

1739) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun Good Fine with a weak area on the face, Ex-Seaby August 1963 12/6 (£80 - £100) 1740) Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2482 mintmark Tun VF the obverse with two long thin scratches across the portrait (£350 - £400) 1741) Shilling Edward VI Second issue 1550 Bust 5 Southwark Mint S.2466B mintmark Y VG/Fine with some old scratches, legends and main design bold (£200 - £250)

1742) Shilling Edward VI Tower Mint 1549 Canterbury Mint, mintmark T Fine, grey toned with surface marks (£275 £350)

1743) Shilling Edward VI Tower Mint 1549 S.2466 mintmark Y, Fine evenly struck with a few light surface marks (£275 £350)

1735) Shilling Charles I S.2796 Smaller bust, Large XII, singlearched crown S.2796 mintmark Tun Fine. Good Fine with uneven tone and an edge nick (£110 - £130) 1736) Shilling Charles I S.2799 mintmark Star Fine with some weakness on the bust (£70 - £90)

1737) Shilling Charles II First Issue S.3308 NVF/VF toned with a small cluster of three digs behind the portrait (£600 - £750)

1744) Shilling Elizabeth I S.2555 Second Issue mintmark Martlet NVF with an old scratch on the obverse (£140 - £180) 1745) Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 Mintmark Cross Crosslet Good Fine/Fine, Ex-Seaby July 1963 50/- (£80

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- £100)

1746) Shilling Elizabeth I Second issue S.2555 mintmark Martlet Good Fine (£425 - £475)

1756) Shilling Philip and Mary 1555 English titles only, with mark of value, S.2501 Fine/VG, portraits with good profile, the shield with some weakness, plugged (£300 - £400)

1747) Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 Bust 3B mintmark A Near Fine/Fine with dark tone (£55 - £75) 1748) Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Escallop VG/Near Fine, the bust weak with an old x-shaped scratch, Sixpence Elizabeth I 1572 S.2562A mintmark Ermine About Fine (£80 - £100) 1749) Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Key Fine or better with a couple of small weak areas, Halfcrown Charles I under Parliament S.2778 mintmark ( R ) VG scratched, Scotland Bawbee 1695 S.5690A BRIT FRA VG (£100 - £150) 1750) Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Tun VG/ Fine (£60 - £80)

1751) Shilling James I Second Coinage S.2654 mintmark Lis VF with some thin scratches on the obverse, the edge slightly irregular at the top of the obverse (£320 - £360)

1757) Shilling Philip and Mary Full titles, undated, with mark of value S.2499 Near Fine/Fine with some contact marks (£180 - £220) 1758) Shillings (2) Charles I Group E, Larger bust, Large XII, single-arched crown S.2795 mintmark Anchor VG with some scuffs, Charles I Large Briot Bust S.2799 mintmark Star VG (£60 - £80) 1759) Shillings (3) Philip and Mary undated, full titles, with mark of value NF/VG the portraits good for the grade, Edward VI Fine silver issue, mintmark y, VG the reverse slightly better, portrait worn, Charles I mintmark Anchor VG (£350 - £400) 1760) Shillings (4) Elizabeth I Sixth Issue Mintmark A Fine with some obverse scratches, James I (3) First Coinage Beard appears to merge with collar S.2646 mintmark Thistle VG/ Fine, First Coinage, Beard appears to merge with collar S.2646 mintmark Lis VG/Fine, Second Coinage Fourth Bust with plainer armour S.2655 mintmark Rose About Fine, Groat Henry VII mintmark Cross About Fine (£180 - £220)

1752) Shilling James I Second Coinage S.2654 mintmark Rose VG with an edge crack at the top and clipped, in a Hallmark coins bag (£50 - £100) 1753) Shilling James I Third Coinage Sixth Bust S.2668 mintmark Rose Good Fine or better with a couple of small weak areas (£180 - £220) 1754) Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full titles with mark of value S.2500 Fair, Ex-Seaby August 1962 15/- (£100 - £120)

1755) Shilling Philip and Mary 1555 English titles only, with mark of value S.2501 GF with good portraits, a small weaker area on the reverse and a small edge chip at 11 o’clock (£450 - £650)

1761) Shillings Charles I (2) Group D, type 3a, no inner circles, with round garnished shield on reverse, S.2791 mintmark Crown, Fine, the obverse with some scratches, the second on an uneven flan, Obverse with large Bust, the mintmark off-flan VG/approaching Fine, exact attribution not possible (£30 - £60) 1762) Shillings Charles I (2) Group F S.2799 mintmark Triangle in Circle, Bold Fine the obverse double struck, Group D, type 3a, no inner circles, S.2791 mintmark Tun VG/Fine, Cut Farthings (3) VG to Near Fine, Cut Halfpennies (2) VG a fragmented Silver Penny, worn, France 1/12 Denier 1593 Catholic League struck in billon, Poor (£50 - £100) 1763) Shillings Elizabeth I (2) both Sixth Issue, mintmark Tun VG and About Fine (£60 - £80) 1764) Shillings James I (2) Second Coinage, Third Bust S.2654 mintmark Rose VG/NF, clipped. Third Coinage, Sixth Bust S.2668 mintmark Thistle VG/Fine with a small hole (£140 - £160)

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1765) Sixpence Charles I, Briot’s First milled issue S.2855, North 2301, mintmark B and flower, VF the reverse slightly better, with a small planchet clip at 9 o’clock (£650 - £750)

1774) Unite Charles I Group A, First Bust, in coronation robes S.2685 mintmark Lis, Obverse legend MAG BR FR ET HI REX, Reverse with standard garniture, mintmark on reverse to the right of the crown, no corresponding exact type in Brooker, Fine/Good Fine, on a full round flan with a light crease mark (£1,600 - £2,000)

1766) Sixpence Elizabeth I 1562 Milled issue Tall Narrow bust with plain dress, S.2594 mintmark Star Good Fine small flan flaw reverse (£100 - £150) 1767) Sixpence Elizabeth I Fourth Issue 1569 Intermediate Bust 4B S.2562 mintmark Coronet Fine with some doubling around the date area (£40 - £60) 1768) Sixpence Elizabeth I Fourth Issue 1570 mintmark Castle VF/GF (£80 - £100) 1769) Sixpences James I (2) First Coinage Second Bust 1604 S.2648 mintmark Lis VG/About Fine, Third Coinage 1621 S.2670 mintmark Rose, Fine with a couple of small cracks at the rim, Ex-Seaby August 1962 (£40 - £60)

1775) Unite Charles I Group A, First Bust, in coronation robes, S.2685 mintmark Lis Nearer VF than Fine with very light graffiti in the obverse field visible under magnification (£400 - £800)

1770) Stycas (26) many different types represented, in mixed grades to Fine, some with green patina (£180 - £220)

1771) Testoon Henry VIII Tower Mint S.2364 mintmark Lis/ Pellet in annulet Nearer VF than Fine weakly struck in some places, very little actual wear, the obverse with an edge crack at 3 o’clock, comes with 5 old tickets (£3,000 - £4,000)

1776) Unite Charles I Group B, Second Bust, in ruff, armour and mantle S.2687 mintmark Cross Calvary, Fine/Good Fine the obverse with slight flan stress and some scratches on the obverse (£1,000 - £1,250)

1772) Threepence Elizabeth I 1582 Fifth Issue mintmark Sword VF, Ex-Spink October 1963 4/6 (£90 - £120)

1773) Unite Charles I Group A, First Bust, in coronation robes S.2685 mintmark Lis, HIB in obverse legend, mintmark on reverse to left of the crown, as Brooker 24 but with stops either side of the mintmark on the reverse, NVF for wear but bent and with an X scratched on the obverse (£1,000 - £1,200)

1777) Unite Charles I Group B, Second Bust, in ruff, armour and mantle S.2687 mintmark Cross Calvary, Near Fine for wear but bent and with an X scratched on the obverse (£450 - £550)

1778) Unite Charles I Group C, Third Bust, shorter with heavier armour, Obverse legend MAG BRIT FR ET HIB REX, Reverse Oval Shield with CR at sides, with mintmark

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Plume to left of Crown, S.2690, North 2150, Brooker 68 NVF (£2,000 - £2,500)

1783) Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 GEF the obverse with some contact marks, Very Rare in high grade (£350 - £500) 1784) Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 GVF/NEF the obverse with tape residue on the portrait (£100 - £120) 1779) Unite Charles I Group D, Fourth Bust, with falling lace collar S.2691 mintmark Harp GF/VF bent and re-straightened, with a scratch on the obverse (£750 - £1,000)

1785) Brass Threepence 1951 Peck 2396 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and tiny spots, scarce in this high grade (£150 - £175)

1786) Brass Threepence 1954 VIP Proof Peck 2493 nFDC lightly toning, in an LCGS holder and graded 92, Very Rare (£500 - £750)

English Milled Coins can be found in two sections Lots 1780-2945 and Lots 3225-3412

1787) Broad 1656 Cromwell S.3225 a collectable low grade example Fine details with some field problems, purchased 21 APR 1975 from Rood 52 & 53 Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London for £850 (£3,000 - £6,000)

English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 1780-2945) 1780) Brass Threepence 1946 Peck 2388 EF with subdued lustre, the obverse with some light contact marks, Rare in this grade (£200 - £300) 1788) Crown 1658 8 over 7 Cromwell ESC 10 Good Fine with subtle tone, the die flaw at it’s middle stage (£3,200 £4,000)

1781) Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 EF or better and lustrous, the reverse with a spot by the T of THREEPENCE (£300 - £400)

1789) Crown 1658 8 over 7 Cromwell ESC 10 VF and with a pleasant even tone the die crack at a relatively early stage (£3,500 - £5,000) 1782) Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 EF with good lustre and some minor tone spots, Rare in this grade (£350 £450)

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1797) Crown 1688 QVARTO ESC 80 Fine with some haymarking (£800 - £900)

1798) Crown 1691 as ESC 82 with I over E in GVLIELMVS NVF/ GF the obverse weak on the highest points of the wreath as often found on this type (£500 - £1,000)

1790) Crown 1666 Elephant below bust RE.X ESC 34 VG/Near Fine, an even and collectable example (£600 - £700)

1799) Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87 Near Fine/Fine with grey tone and some edge knocks (£100 - £120)

1791) Crown 1672 ESC 45 Good Fine and bold, once cleaned, now retoned, the tone possibly artificial (£150 - £250) 1792) Crown 1679 TRICESIMO PRIMO ESC 481 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 30 (£200 - £250) 1793) Crown 1682 2 over 1 with edge error QVRRTO ESC 65B, VG or better with all details and the overdate very clear (£100 - £150)

1800) Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89 Good Fine waterworn with a flan crack below the bust, Ex-wreck of ‘The Association’ (£400 - £500)

1801) Crown 1696 OCTAVO First Bust ESC 89 About VF with some weakness to the 96 of the date and some signs of die rust (£250 - £300)

1794) Crown 1687 ESC 79 Near Fine/Fine with a planchet clip by DEI (£100 - £150)

1795) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78 Fine or better with some haymarking, once cleaned now almost fully retoned (£700 - £800)

1802) Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97 EF with minor haymarks and adjustment lines, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£1,500 - £1,750)

1796) Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78 GVF with some contact marks and some haymarking (£850 - £1,250)

1803) Crown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 109 GVF toned with some scattered haymarking, a sharply struck piece (£2,000 - £2,500)

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1804) Crown 1716 Roses and Plumes ESC 110 Good Fine (£1,000 - £1,200)

1805) Crown 1716 Roses and Plumes ESC 110 GVF with a small dig in the field on either side, a couple of small tone spots barely detract (£1,700 - £2,500)

1806) Crown 1716 SECVNDO Roses and Plumes ESC 110 Fine with some old scratches on the 16 of the date (£300 - £400)

1808) Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122 Good Fine (£375 - £450)

1809) Crown 1743 Roses ESC 124 Nearer VF than Fine with some thin scratches visible on the obverse under magnification, and light graffiti on the reverse (£600 £800)

1810) Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125 NEF with a deep old grey tone and some light haymarking, an even and attractive piece with much eye appeal (£750 - £1,250)

1807) Crown 1723 SSC ESC 114 NEF toned (£2,700 - £3,200) 1811) Crown 1818 LIX ESC 214 EF with a deep grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£400 - £450)

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1817) Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246 A/UNC nicely struck with a light golden tone over good original lustre (£700 - £800)

1812) Crown 1818 LIX ESC 214, also the edge has TUTΛMEN error, in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS63, WINGS silver designation, we note that Spink now lists this variety at £350 in VF, (as against £125 for the standard coin) with no prices given for EF and UNC grades. (The standard LIX edge coin lists at £1650 in UNC) (£1,750 - £2,750)

1813) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 EF (£200 - £300)

1818) Crown 1822 TERTIO ESC 252 UNC or very near so with old grey and gold toning over underlying original lustre, a superb original piece with plenty of eye appeal, much scarcer in this grade than the 1821 coin, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Spink 1952, Seaby No.252 55/-, ESC 252’ (£700 - £900)

1819) Crown 1844 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 281 NEF toned with some minor hairlines on the reverse visible under magnification (£1,200 - £1,400)

1814) Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215 GVF or better with good surfaces (£200 - £250)

1815) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 EF or very near so toned with some contact marks and hairlines (£250 - £300)

1820) Crown 1847 Gothic ESC 288 VG the edge smoothed, a cheap example of the Gothic type (£250 - £350)

1821) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 EF cleaned (£1,000 - £1,750)

1816) Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 NEF with some thin scratches on the obverse (£125 - £225) 1822) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 EF the obverse with some thin scratches (£1,250 - £1,500)

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1823) Crown 1847 Gothic Undecimo ESC 288 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£1,400 - £1,800)

1827) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 UNC or very near so with minor cabinet friction and a few very light hairlines on the obverse, some tiny rim nicks visible under magnification barely detract, attractive with grey and gold tone and a most pleasing example of the Gothic type, comes with old collector’s ticket statin g ‘From Spinks St. James’s Jan 1969 £115’ (£1,500 - £2,250)

1824) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 GVF with some contact marks (£750 - £1,000)

1828) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 VF with some contact marks (£675 - £875)

1825) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 GVF/NEF with some contact marks and a residual gold tone (£850 - £1,300)

1829) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 VG (£525 £725) 1830) Crown 1887 ESC 296 EF the obverse with some thin scratches (£150 - £175)

1831) Crown 1887 Proof ESC 297 AU/UNC the obverse toned, the reverse retaining much lustre (£400 - £700) 1826) Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288 Near EF and toned with a small spot on the portrait (£1,000 - £1,500)

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1832) Crown 1890 ESC 300 UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£220 - £260)

1833) Crown 1891 ESC 301 UNC or near so with a pleasing light tone and some small rim nicks, scarce in this high grade (£225 - £275)

the obverse with some light contact marks (£100 - £150) 1842) Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319 NEF with some contact marks (£75 - £100) 1843) Crown 1902 ESC 361 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, the obverse with a small flan flaw in the King’s hair (£100 - £150) 1844) Crown 1902 ESC 361 A/UNC with an attractive light tone (£250 - £300) 1845) Crown 1902 ESC 361 VF/GVF with contact marks and edge knocks (£100 - £120) 1846) Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362 A/UNC (£125 - £175) 1847) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367 Lustrous UNC with some toning (£200 - £250)

1834) Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303 Davies 501 dies 1A GEF toned over original lustre (£375 - £425)

1848) Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367 nFDC (£200 - £275)

1835) Crown 1896 LX ESC 311 Davies 516 dies 2A with wide spaced 6 in the date, A/UNC and lustrous with some light contact marks (£250 - £350)

1849) Crown 1928 ESC 368 EF with a edge flaw and surface flaw on the obverse (£150 - £200) 1850) Crown 1928 ESC 368 GVF (£160 - £200) 1851) Crown 1929 ESC 368 GVF lightly toned with some small tone spots (£100 - £150) 1836) Crown 1897 LX ESC 312 EF and lustrous with some light contact marks (£170 - £220)

1852) Crown 1928 ESC 368 UNC with a choice light tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£400 - £500)

1837) Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313 A/UNC and lustrous with some minor contact marks (£450 - £500)

1853) Crown 1928 ESC 368 VF/GVF the reverse with some surface marks (£100 - £120) 1838) Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313 EF/About EF (£100 - £200)

1854) Crown 1929 ESC 369 NEF (£220 - £260)

1839) Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313 NEF/GVF with some edge nicks (£100 - £120)

1855) Crown 1930 ESC 370 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £200)

1840) Crown 1900 LXIII ESC 318 Davies 533 dies 3E EF with blue and grey tone with some light contact marks (£100 - £200)

1856) Crown 1930 ESC 370 GVF with a stain on the obverse (£100 - £120)

1841) Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319 EF or near so and lustrous

1857) Crown 1931 ESC 371 NEF with a thin scratch in the obverse field (£200 - £250)

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1858) Crown 1932 ESC 372 EF the obverse with minor contact marks and light hairlines (£450 - £550)

1864) Crowns (2) 1664 XVI ESC 28 NVG with flattening in the centre of the reverse, 1671 Third Bust ESC 43 VG with grey tone (£110 - £130) 1859) Crown 1932 ESC 372 VF Rare (£250 - £400)

1865) Crowns (2) 1679 Fourth Bust ESC 57 VG, 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89 VG or slightly better the reverse with some thin scratches (£125 - £150) 1866) Crowns (2) 1682 2 over 1 ESC 65A Fine, the obverse with some scratches, type identified by previously handled examples, the reverse die type is quite different to the unaltered date coin, 1707 VG/NF with some old scratches (£225 - £325)

1867) Decimal Fifty Pence 2015 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Gold Proof S.H31 FDC (£600 - £700) 1860) Crown 1933 ESC 373 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£400 - £450)

1868) Dollar Bank of England 1804 No stop after REX Obverse E Reverse 2 ESC 164 EF the obverse with some hairlines in the field and a small scuff below the bust (£450 - £550)

1861) Crown 1933 ESC 373 VF or better with some contact marks (£100 - £120)

1862) Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378 nFDC lightly toning with minor hairlines (£500 - £600)

1869) Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A Reverse 2 ESC 144EF and nicely toned (£550 - £650)

1863) Crown 1936 ESC 381 EF the obverse with an area of slightly uneven tone (£500 - £600)

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1870) Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on 1802 Mexico City 8 Reales ESC 138 countermark and host coin bright GVF (£450 - £750)

1871) Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on a Mexico City 8 Reales 1801Mo (Mexico City) ESC 138, countermark GF, host coin NVF/VF with an old grey tone, and an edge nick, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Grover 1955 Seaby No.138 50/-’ (£300 - £600)

1872) Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Guatemala 8 Reales 1793NG (Nueva Granada) ESC 132, countermark VF, host coin EF with old attractive grey tone, over touches of original mint lustre with flashes of underlying gold tone, and choice eye appeal, a superb example of this rare piece, our archive database stretching back to 2003 show we have not previously handled an example of this type, probably rarer than the R2 rating given by ESC and Bull, Spink lists at £2250 VF for this coin with no price given for EF examples, , also, internet searches do not show any recent results for this piece, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Forrer 1952 Seaby No.132 90/- Very Rare’ (£1,500 - £3,000)

1874) Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Spain 8 Reales 1795S CN (Seville) ESC 135, countermark EF, host coin GVF/EF the obverse with light adjustment lines, super eye appeal, choice and very rare, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘R2 Seaby 1954, Seaby No.135 90/-’, interestingly now rated at R3 by ESC, our archive database shows we have only handled one previous example, this in Auction A118 September 2007, in slightly lesser grade to the coin offered here, which realised £1112 (£750 - £1,500)

1875) Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 Proof ESC 396 UNC with minor contact marks and hairlines, retaining much original brilliance under an attractive blue/green tone (£550 - £650)

1876) Farthing 1675 Peck 528 NEF (£375 - £425)

1873) Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Mexico City 8 Reales 1795 Mo (Mexico City) ESC 129, countermark and host coin EF or near so, the host coin with tone and lustre, a most attractive piece with plenty of eye appeal, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin,1947 Seaby No.129 25/-’ (£400 - £700)

1877) Farthing 1685 Charles II Peck 538 only Fair and missing it’s copper plug the date on the edge clear, Extremely Rare (£300 - £400)

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1878) Farthing 1687 NVMMORVM (6-pointed star) FAMVLVS (6-pointed star) 1687 (6-pointed star) this legend unlisted by Peck, Good Fine for wear with pitted surfaces and a small hole in the centre of the area where the copper plug once was, the edge reading very clear, Very Rare, Ex-Kay, Ex-Farthing Specialist, Ex-C-Cooke September 2007 (£500) (£120 - £180)

1884) Farthing 1754 Peck 892 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£350 - £400)

1879) Farthing 1714 on a small 21.5mm flan Peck 741 VF/NVF (£525 - £625) 1885) Farthing 1771 Reverse C, Olive branch points to the right foot of the A, with 7 over 1 in date, UNC toned, in an NGC holder and graded MS64 BN (£275 - £325) 1886) Farthing 1773 Obverse 2, as Peck 913 with second 7 over lower 7 NEF (£100 - £120) 1887) Farthing 1774 Obverse 1 Peck 915 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£130 - £160) 1880) Farthing 1714 Small Flan Peck 741 GVF/VF with an edge nick, the reverse with a contact mark in the field by Britannia’s knee, Rare (£400 - £600)

1888) Farthing 1797 Restrike Pattern in Bronzed copper, Obverse: Wreath with 3 Berries, 2 Leaves projecting above brow, lowest berry with stem, Reverse: Ship with 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit, Peck 1194, R69 nFDC/ UNC the reverse with a light deposit around the inner rim, seldom seen and much rarer than Peck’s ‘R’ rating would suggest (£350 - £450)

1881) Farthing 1714 Small Flan Peck 741, VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£550 - £650)

1882) Farthing 1721 Peck 822 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS64 BN (this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing) (£800 - £900)

1883) Farthing 1730 Peck 854 GEF with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £350)

1889) Farthing 1797 Restrike Pattern in Bronzed copper, Obverse: Wreath with 3 Berries, 2 Leaves projecting above brow, lowest berry without stem, Reverse: Ship with 2 stays from foremast to bowspirit Peck 1199 R71 nFDC/ UNC with pleasing tone (£400 - £500)

1890) Farthing 1798 Pattern Restrike in copper or bronze Obverse: No K on shoulder drapery, Two small parallel lines above the lowest berry, A weak area in the curved fold at the front of the bust, shows minor rust spots on or around the bust, Reverse: Base of SOHO level with the base of the shield, all olive leaves detached, both sides showing file marks on the rim, (after striking) see notes in Peck Page 329, (weight 7.01 grammes), displays all

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the key identifiers for this rare type, UNC toned with small spots and minor hairlines, an attractive piece with our archive database shows we have only offered two examples of Peck 1216 and no examples of Peck 1215 in 14 years (£400 - £500)

1891) Farthing 1798 Pattern Restrike in copper, Reverse: Raised dots on rock to right of SOHO, SOHO being slightly above the base of the shield Peck 1204 KF3, UNC with pleasing tone and traces of lustre, Rare, indeed our archive database stretching back to 2003 confirms we have not offered an example of this type, thus suggesting somewhat under-rated by Peck (£550 - £650)

1894) Farthing 1806 Pattern Restrike in Bronzed copper, Obverse: King with long hair, Large raised K on shoulder, date and legend with traces of double striking, Reverse: 9 leaves on the olive branch, these mostly detached, Plain edge, Peck 1404 R103 UNC the obverse with some tone spots, only the third example we have offered in 14 years, we note a similar example in our June 2017 sale realised £491 inclusive of buyer’s premium (£350 - £400)

1895) Farthing 1806 Peck 1396 UNC with around 80% lustre and eye-catching, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£240 - £280) 1896) Farthing 1806 Peck 1397 Portrait 2 with raised curls UNC with around 75% lustre, the reverse with some toning on and around the shield (£120 - £150)

1897) Farthing 1806 Proof in Bronzed copper Peck 1388 KF13 toned UNC, the obverse with minor hairlines, ExGlendinings 4/6/1975, with old collector’s ticket (£220 - £260) 1892) Farthing 1798 Pattern Restrike in Copper, Reverse: The ship has disappeared, and also the sea, only part of the horizon remains, the olive leaves detached, numerous rust marks in the reverse fields, all the key identifiers for the type, Peck 1213 R74, UNC/GEF the reverse with some verdigris within the lettering, our archive database shows this is the first example we have offered in 14 years, so would therefore appear somewhat under-rated by Peck’s ‘R’ rating (£350 - £450)

1893) Farthing 1798 Pattern Restrike in Gilt, Reverse: The ship has disappeared, and also the sea, only part of the horizon remains, the olive leaves detached, numerous rust marks in the reverse fields, all the key identifiers for the type, Peck 1211 R74 UNC with some hairlines and lightly toned, retaining much original colour, the obverse with a darker toning line, we note a similar example in our June 2014 sale realised £819 inclusive of buyer’s premium, the only previous example we have offered in 14 years (£300 - £500)

1898) Farthing 1806 Proof in copper Peck 1391 KF14 UNC with traces of lustre and small spots below Britannia (£300 £400)

1899) Farthing 1822 Obverse 2 Peck 1411, Sharp UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£130 - £160) 1900) Farthing 1825 Obverse 1 Peck 1414 UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£120 - £150)

1901) Farthing 1828 Peck 1443 UNC with traces of lustre and a colourful underlying tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£280 - £320)

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1914) Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F UNC and almost full lustrous with some tone spots, Half Farthing 1844 O of VICTORIA broken at it’s base Lustrous UNC (£100 - £125) 1915) Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F UNC with around 75% lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£120 - £150)

1902) Farthing 1837 Peck 1475 UNC with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£100 - £120)

1903) Farthing 1844 Reverse B (no flaw by Britannia’s arm) Peck 1565 VF or better with a surface mark on the portrait and another on Britannia’s face (£120 - £150)

1916) Farthing 1893 Freeman 568 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £175) 1917) Farthing 1894 Freeman 569 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £160) 1918) Farthings (2) 1887 Freeman 559 dies 7+F, 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F both UNC with practically full mint lustre (£140 - £180)

1919) Five Guineas 1678 Second Bust 8 over 7 S.3331 VF with a gentle edge bruise at 8 clock (£8,000 - £11,000) 1904) Farthing 1853 WW Raised Peck 1575 Toned UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£125 £150) 1905) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border, 5 Berries Freeman 501 dies 3+B toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 £120)

1906) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border/Beaded Border mule Freeman 498 dies 2+A better than VF with a thin scratch on the portrait (£400 - £500)

1907) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border/Beaded Border mule Freeman 498 dies 2+A VG with all major details clear, Rare in any grade (£175 - £250) 1908) Farthing 1860 Toothed Border/Beaded Border mule Freeman 498 dies 2+A VG with some pitting, Rare in any grade (£100 - £200) 1909) Farthing 1862 Small 8 in date Freeman 507 dies 3+B Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£175 - £225) 1910) Farthing 1863 with the 8 broken at it’s base, as Freeman 509 dies 3+B NEF/EF Rare (£100 - £120) 1911) Farthing 1867 Freeman 516 dies 3+B UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Michael Freeman collection 1984, Ex-Farthing Specialist April 1986 (£150 - £175) 1912) Farthing 1873 Low 3 in date LCGS Variety 2, Choice UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£110 - £140) 1913) Farthing 1874H G’s over sideways G’s Freeman 527 dies 4+C, VG Rare (£100 - £120)

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1920) Five Guineas 1687 First Bust S3397 Prooflike and Brilliant About Unc rare thus graded and slabbed by PCGS at MS61, and a coin with fantastic eye appeal, very hard to find James II gold in this grade, indeed we note that an example of a 1688 Elephant and Castle piece, marginally inferior in obverse detail, graded PCGS MS61 WINGS sold recently in a US auction for $108,688 (at the time of writing converted to £84,452), we also note another 1687 Five Guineas of the same type as this lot in NGC MS61 currently being offered for sale at $117,500 on-line (£35,000 - £55,000)

1921) Five Guineas 1694 SEXTO S3422 nVF/Fine bright with a very minor edge bruise and some metal faults or haymarking obverse lower bust, a collectable example (£5,000 - £7,500)

1922) Five Guineas 1741 S.3663A 4 of date truck over a 3, the 1 overstruck, appears to be over another 1 EF desirable thus (£25,000 - £35,000)

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1926) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 GEF with slight traces of edge mount, the surfaces with light hairlines (£1,700 - £2,200)

1927) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 GVF with some hairlines and some flan imperfections around the date area and once cleaned (£1,400 - £1,600)

1923) Five Pound Crown 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday Gold Proof S.L1 nFDC (£1,250 - £1,500)

1928) Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 NEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£1,800 - £2,500)

1924) Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial S.L6 Gold Proof UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£1,650 £1,850)

1929) Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 VF with porous surfaces (£2,700 - £3,200)

1925) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 EF (£2,500 - £3,000)

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1930) Five Pounds 1911 Proof S.3994 GEF the field show signs of being ex-jewellery, now lightly smoothed (£5,000 £6,000)

1939) Florin 1872 ESC 840 Davies 756 dies 3B top cross overlaps border beads in an NGC holder and graded MS61, the lower part of the obverse below the bust weakly struck , the die number not visible (£150 - £250)

1940) Florin 1872 ESC 840 Davies 756 Dies 3B. Top Cross overlaps border beads Die Number 59, UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£360 £450)

1931) Florin 1849 ESC 802 About EF with old grey tone, come with old collector’s ticket stating Baldwin 1946, Seaby No.802 6/6’ (£125 - £175) 1932) Florin 1849 ESC 802 EF/About EF (£125 - £175) 1933) Florin 1852 ESC 806 About EF/EF with some contact marks, the reverse with some small spots (£150 - £220) 1934) Florin 1852 ESC 806 NEF with attractive toning, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1950, Seaby No.806 7/6’ (£100 - £120)

1935) Florin 1853 No stop after date ESC 808 GEF/AU and lustrous, the reverse with some small grazes to the top of the rim (£275 - £350)

1941) Florin 1873 ESC 841 Die Number 142 GVF/NEF toned, the obverse with some hairlines (£110 - £130) 1942) Florin 1873 ESC 841 Die Number 236 GVF nicely toned, the obverse with some scratches in the field (£180 - £220) 1943) Florin 1875 ESC 844 Die Number 18 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£320 - £380) 1944) Florin 1879 WW, 48 arcs ESC 851 NEF with an attractive grey tone (£100 - £150)

1945) Florin 1884 ESC 860 A/UNC with deep toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£280 - £320)

1936) Florin 1854 No stop after date ESC 811A NVG/Poor with scratches on either side, Very rare in any grade (£250 £300)

1946) Florin 1885 ESC 861 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 (£400 - £500)

1937) Florin 1859 ESC 817 with stop after date EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£180 - £220) 1938) Florin 1865 ESC 826 Die Number 4 EF/GEF and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£200 - £300)

1947) Florin 1885 ESC 861 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£525 - £575)

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1963) Florin 1918 ESC 937 Davies 1741 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, despite ‘only’ grading LCGS 80 this is the joint finest known of 19 examples this far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, thus proving that this series, due largely to its relatively weak striking and tendency to bagmarking is a lot more difficult to find in the highest grades (£170 - £220) 1964) Florin 1921 ESC 940 UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£120 - £150) 1948) Florin 1887 Jubilee Head, Large J in J.E.B ESC 868 Davies 810 dies 1A Choice UNC and lustrous, the reverse in particular with extremely clean surfaces, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£125 - £150)

1949) Florin 1890 ESC 872 UNC or near so and lustrous with some tiny rim nicks (£350 - £450)

1965) Florin 1923 Davies 1752 dies 2E the last use of the ‘sterling head’ obverse die (I of BRITT point to a rim tooth) GVF the reverse with a subtle and colourful tone (£100 - £150)

1966) Florin 1932 ESC 952 EF/GEF and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks, the reverse with a small spot on the rim (£300 - £500)

1967) Florin 1932 ESC 952 GEF and lustrous the reverse with some uneven tone (£500 - £600) 1950) Florin 1899 ESC 883 UNC and with attractive tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £250) 1951) Florin 1900 ESC 884 Lustrous UNC with hints of gold and olive tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£140 - £180) 1952) Florin 1902 ESC 919 A/UNC lightly toned, Sixpence 1902 ESC 1785 A/UNC lightly toned with a tiny rim nick (£150 - £200) 1953) Florin 1903 ESC 921 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£120 - £140)

1968) Florin 1932 ESC 952 GEF/AU and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£500 - £600)

1954) Florin 1903 ESC 921 GEF/EF with minor contact marks (£100 - £120) 1955) Florin 1904 ESC 922 EF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£120 - £150) 1956) Florin 1904 ESC 922 EF with some minor contact marks (£100 - £120) 1957) Florin 1905 ESC 923 Fine/approaching VF, Rare (£170 £220) 1958) Florin 1905 ESC 923 GVF/VF with some contact marks (£260 - £350) 1959) Florin 1909 ESC 927 EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£125 - £225) 1960) Florin 1909 ESC 927 NEF and with some lustre, the reverse with tiny spots and some small rim nicks (£120 £150)

1969) Florin 1953 VIP Proof (Obverse 1) Davies 2360P, UNC with attractive toning, some light scratches in the obverse field, CGS yellow ticket ‘Scratches UNC’, CGS type FL.E2.1953.02, Ex-J.B.De Loynes (Ex-Head of the Nigeria Bank) (£300 - £400) 1970) Florins (2) 1849 ESC 802 VF toned, 1885 ESC 861 NEF (£125 - £175) 1971) Florins (2) 1883 ESC 859 NEF with some contact marks, 1900 ESC 884 A/UNC and nicely toned (£240 - £280)

1961) Florin 1913 ESC 932 A/UNC and lustrous with some toning and a few rim nicks (£140 - £180)

1972) Groat 1838 ESC 1930 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£150 - £175)

1962) Florin 1913 ESC 932 UNC or near so and with a deep and colourful tone (£180 - £220)

1973) Groat 1839 ESC 1932 Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, formerly in an NGC holder

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graded NGC MS65, noted at the time of LCGS slabbing, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£225 - £275) 1974) Groat 1854 Davies 1229, also with 5 over lower 5, Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£180 - £220) 1975) Groats (2) 1839 ESC 1932 GEF nicely toned, 1848 8 over 6 ESC 1944 UNC or near so and lustrous with some light contact marks (£200 - £250)

1976) Guinea 1665 S.3342 About Fine for wear and rare with a slight weakness on the French shield, otherwise an even and collectable example of this rare date. Our records confirm that this is only the second example of this date we have offered in 14 years, this being marginally better than the previous example we offered in June 2014 (£1,100 £1,400)

1977) Guinea 1666 S.3342 Fine and holed, an ex-jewellery piece, but hard to find and only the third example we have offered in 14 years (£300 - £500) 1978) Guinea 1667 S.3342 Fine/Good Fine with a scratch on the portrait, a mount has been removed from the top of the obverse (£400 - £600) 1979) Guinea 1671 S.3342 VG Ex-Jewellery, weight 8.18 grammes, the edge smoothed and with stained surfaces, Unite James I a contemporary counterfeit, gilded in silver (?) fragmented and in three pieces, mintmark Tower VG, sold as seen (£450 - £550)

1983) Guinea 1691 Elephant and Castle S.3427 Good Fine with some smoothing on the obverse (£2,000 - £2,500)

1984) Guinea 1701 Narrow Crowns, Ornamented sceptres S.3463 Fine (£500 - £750)

1985) Guinea 1701 S.3463 VG plugged, ex-jewellery (£200 £275)

1986) Guinea 1711 VF reverse better and with light adjustment lines reverse and some scratches at the bottom of the bust (£1,500 - £1,800)

1980) Guinea 1685 S.3400 VF and evenly struck with minor adjustment lines and haymarks (£2,500 - £3,500)

1987) Guinea 1714 Anne S.3574 VG plugged and ex-jewellery (£200 - £275)

1988) Guinea 1714 George I Prince Elector S.3628 About Fine/ Fine (£650 - £850) 1981) Guinea 1686 Second Bust S.3402 Fine for wear with heavier haymarking and surface marks (£300 - £500)

1989) Guinea 1715 S.3630 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£800 - £1,000) 1982) Guinea 1688 S.3402 VG or slightly better with some hairlines (£800 - £1,000)

1990) Guinea 1726 S.3633 Fine (£650 - £750)

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1991) Guinea 1726 S.3633 Fine and holed (£200 - £275)

1997) Guinea 1771 S.3727 in an NGC holder and graded XF40 (£800 - £900)

1992) Guinea 1736 S.3674 GF/NVF (£800 - £1,000)

1998) Guinea 1773 S.3727 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£225 - £275) 1993) Guinea 1738 S.3674 NVF, the reverse slightly better, with a small scuff to the edge below the bust and a small thin scratch to the right of the shield, Rare, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows we have not offered an example of this date, therefore probably rarer than catalogue values would suggest (£1,300 - £1,600)

1999) Guinea 1774 Proof S.3728 Wilson & Rasmussen 95, upright die alignment, Plain bevelled edge, in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 Cameo, and with WINGS gold sticker (choice for the stated grade) a superb piece, choice and rare, showing the characteristic die flaw in the reverse field associated on some examples of this type (see notes in Wilson and Rasmussen Page 140 footnote). Stunning detail and eye appeal, the quality of strike considerably superior to the comparable currency issues of the period, a handsome and attractive addition to any quality collection of early milled gold (£14,000 - £16,000)

1994) Guinea 1739 Intermediate Head S.3676 VF with some scuffs, slabbed and graded LCGS 40 (£1,200 - £1,400)

1995) Guinea 1764 No Stop over head S.3726 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, Ex-mount, Very Rare with Spink listing at £2250 in Fine (£1,500 - £2,000)

1996) Guinea 1771 S.3727 in an NGC holder and graded AU53 (£1,250 - £1,500)

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2004) Guinea 1786 S.3728 Fine, Ex-jewellery (£225 - £275)

2005) Guinea 1786 S.3728 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£600 - £700)

2006) Guinea 1788 S.3729 Good Fine (£275 - £375)

2000) Guinea 1774 Proof S.3728 Wilson and Rasmussen 95, upright die alignment, Plain bevelled edge, 8.03 grammes, EF with some contact marks and thin scratches below the shield, we note this example does not have the reverse die flaw sometimes found on this pattern issue (£4,000 £5,000)

2007) Guinea 1788 S.3729 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 2008) Guinea 1789 S.3729 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£225 £275) 2009) Guinea 1790 Fair and holed (£200 - £250) 2010) Guinea 1790 S.3729 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275)

2011) Guinea 1790 S.3729 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£800 - £900)

2001) Guinea 1776 S.3728 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275)

2002) Guinea 1777 S.3728 GVF retaining some lustre (£1,000 - £1,200) 2012) Guinea 1790 S.3729 NVF with some long scratches on the obverse (£225 - £275)

2013) Guinea 1791 S.3729 GEF the obverse with some minor hairlines (£1,050 - £1,150)

2003) Guinea 1782 S.3728 GVF with a few very small spots (£800 - £1,000)

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2014) Guinea 1791 S.3729 NVF, Ex-Jewellery (£225 - £275) 2015) Guinea 1792 S.3729 Near Fine/Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£225 - £275) 2016) Guinea 1793 S.3729 VG Ex-Jewellery (£225 - £275) 2017) Guinea 1794 S.3729 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275)

2018) Guinea 1798 S.3729 NEF the obverse with some contact marks and hairlines (£575 - £650)

2025) Half Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on a Spain 4 Reales 1779S CF (Seville) countermark Fine, host coin GF/NVF, unlisted by ESC, Bull 1887 type B/1, listed as Rarity R5, with an accompanying footnote stating ‘All octagonal countermarks are very rare, most on this (Bull’s) list being unrecorded, comes with an old collector’s ticket stating ‘R2 Seaby 1953, Seaby No.612 75/-’ (£250 - £450)

2019) Guinea 1798 S.3729 UNC and lustrous , slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£1,300 - £1,600)

2020) Guineas (2) 1787 S.3729 and 1791 S.3729 both VG and ex-jewellery (£400 - £500)

2026) Half Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Spain 4 Reales 1773S CF (Seville) ESC 611, Bull 1876 type A/1, countermark About Fine, host coin Fine/Good Fine with old toning, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby 1955, Seaby No.611 45/-’ (£200 - £400)

2021) Guineas (2) 1793 S.3729 Near Fine,1794 S.3729 Near Fine both Ex-Jewellery (£400 - £500) 2022) Guineas 1798 (2) both ex-jewellery (£400 - £600)

2023) Half Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on a Mexico 4 Reales 1789Mo (Mexico City) countermark VG host coin Fine, unlisted by ESC, Bull 1889 type B/2, listed as Rarity R3, with an accompanying footnote stating ‘All octagonal countermarks are very rare, most on this (Bull’s) list being unrecorded (£550 - £650)

2024) Half Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on a Spain 4 Reales 1776PJ Crowned M (Madrid) countermark Good Fine, host coin Fine/VF, unlisted by ESC, Bull 1886 type B/1, listed as Rarity R5, with an accompanying footnote stating ‘All octagonal countermarks are very rare, most on this (Bull’s) list being unrecorded, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby 1952, Seaby No.612 70/-’ (£400 - £700)

2027) Half Farthing 1828 Reverse B Large Date, inverted die axis, UNC or near so with an edge knock after BRITANNIAR and a scuff below the bust, unrecorded by Peck as such (£500 - £1,000)

2028) Half Farthing 1843 Peck 1593 UNC and highly lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £160) 2029) Half Farthing 1851 Peck 1597 UNC with around 75% lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 860 (£175 - £225) 2030) Half Guinea 1676 S.3348 the 6 overstruck but the underlying figure unclear (does not resemble a 4) Good

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Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£800 - £1,000) 2031) Half Guinea 1714 collectable VG/nF (£175 - £275) 2032) Half Guinea 1718 S.3635 VG the reverse slightly better, lightly creased (£140 - £180)

2049) Half Sovereign 1834 Small size Marsh 410 NVF/GF the reverse with some small scuffs (£850 - £950)

2033) Half Guinea 1719 S.3635 VG (£160 - £200) 2034) Half Guinea 1726 S.3637 VG Ex-Jewellery (£100 - £150) 2035) Half Guinea 1727 S.3637 VG creased and ex-jewellery (£100 - £150) 2036) Half Guinea 1747 S.3685 Fine, lightly creased with a scratch and a scuff on the obverse (£200 - £250)

2037) Half Guinea 1768 S.3732 NEF gilded (£750 - £850)

2038) Half Guinea 1775 S.3733 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£6,500 - £7,500)

2039) Half Guinea 1785 S.3734 Fine on a wavy uneven flan (£100 - £175) 2040) Half Guinea 1785 S.3734 NVF/GF with some surface marks and a depression in the obverse field, viewing recommended (£200 - £250) 2041) Half Guinea 1786 S.3734 VF with some scuffs, slightly bent (£325 - £375)

2050) Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 GVF/VF the obverse with some heavier scratches (£450 - £550)

2051) Half Sovereign 1837 7 over broken 7, the underlying 7 to the left as Marsh 413, the obverse lightly cleaned, NEF an interesting overdate and the first we have noted (£1,200 - £1,400)

2052) Half Sovereign 1838 Marsh 414 in an NGC holder and graded MS64 (£2,400 - £2,800)

2053) Half Sovereign 1841 Marsh 415 VF with an x-shaped scratch on the rev, in an LCGS ‘Yellow Ticket’ holder Scratched VF, Rare (£125 - £250) 2054) Half Sovereign 1853 Marsh 427 Near Fine/About Fine with some edge nicks (£100 - £150) 2055) Half Sovereign 1853 Marsh 427 NEF (£180 - £220)

2042) Half Guinea 1790 S.3735 About Fine/Fine with some digs to the left of the shield (£200 - £250) 2043) Half Guinea 1801 S.3736 Fine, Ex-jewellery (£100 - £150)

2056) Half Sovereign 1855 Marsh 429 EF/NEF (£250 - £400)

2044) Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 Fine, lightly rubbed on the obverse (£240 - £280) 2045) Half Guinea 1809 S.3737 VG Ex-Jewellery (£100 - £150) 2046) Half Sovereign 1910S Marsh 525 NEF (£100 - £150)

2047) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 EF (£700 - £800)

2057) Half Sovereign 1859 Marsh 433 Fine (£100 - £150) 2058) Half Sovereign 1860 8 over small 8 Fine the obverse bright and once cleaned, unlisted by Marsh or Spink (£100 £150) 2059) Half Sovereign 1864 Marsh 440 Die Number 35, Fine with some old scuffs and a dig on the portrait (£100 - £150)

2048) Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 VG (£150 - £200)

2060) Half Sovereign 1865 Marsh 441 Die Number 40 VF with some surface marks (£125 - £175) 2061) Half Sovereign 1865 Marsh 441 Die Number 9 VF/GF with

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a striking flaw on the obverse (£100 - £150) 2062) Half Sovereign 1866 Marsh 442 Die Number 32 UNC or near so and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£140 - £160) 2063) Half Sovereign 1867 Marsh 443 Die Number 15 NVF with a few small scuffs, the first we have handled for 9 years (£125 - £175) 2064) Half Sovereign 1867 Marsh 443 Die Number 18 Fine and bright with some hairlines (£100 - £150) 2065) Half Sovereign 1869 Marsh 444 Die Number 16 VF/NVF with some hairlines (£100 - £140) 2066) Half Sovereign 1870 Coarse Beading Die Number 2, No dot on shield, Marsh 445A, GF/NVF Rare, we note this on type the E of REGINA points to a rim tooth, and the I of GRATIA points between two rim teeth, this die number not recorded by Marsh (£125 - £275) 2067) Half Sovereign 1870 Coarse beading Die Number 40, with dot on shield, Marsh 445, Good Fine, we note this on type the E of REGINA points between two rim teeth, and the I of GRATIA points to a rim tooth (£100 - £150) 2068) Half Sovereign 1870 Coarse beading Die Number 43, with dot on shield, Marsh 445, Bright Fine, we note this on type the E of REGINA points between two rim teeth, and the I of GRATIA points to a rim tooth (£100 - £150) 2069) Half Sovereign 1870 Coarse Beading S.3860A Die Number 7, NVF/VF Rare, No dot on shield, Marsh 445A, GF/NVF Rare, we note this on type the E of REGINA points to a rim tooth, and the I of GRATIA points between two rim teeth, we note this die number not recorded by Marsh (£125 - £275) 2070) Half Sovereign 1871 Dot on shield, with die number, Marsh 446 Die Number 8, EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 (£120 - £150)

2080) Half Sovereign 1872S Marsh 461 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£100 - £150) 2081) Half Sovereign 1872S Marsh 461, S.3862A Fine with a small dig by FID (£100 - £150) 2082) Half Sovereign 1873 Marsh 448 Die Number 273 Fine (£100 - £150) 2083) Half Sovereign 1875S Marsh 462, S.3862B Near Fine with some old scratches (£100 - £150) 2084) Half Sovereign 1878 Marsh 453 Die number 42 NVF with some contact marks, the reverse with a slightly darker area by REGINA (£150 - £175) 2085) Half Sovereign 1878 Marsh 453 Die Number 69 GVF (£125 - £175) 2086) Half Sovereign 1879S Marsh 463 NF/VG (£100 - £150) 2087) Half Sovereign 1880 No Die Number, Marsh 456, S.3861 Good Fine (£125 - £175) 2088) Half Sovereign 1882S struck in low relief Marsh 466A Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25 (£100 - £150) 2089) Half Sovereign 1883 Marsh 457 Good Fine (£100 - £140) 2090) Half Sovereign 1883 Marsh 457 VF the obverse with a small scratch in the field (£100 - £140) 2091) Half Sovereign 1883 Marsh 467 VG (£100 - £150) 2092) Half Sovereign 1885 5 over 3 Marsh 459A Fine, the reverse slightly better, Rare (£125 - £175)

2093) Half Sovereign 1885M Marsh 475 VG or slightly better, rated R5 by Marsh with a mintage of just 11,003 pieces, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is the first example we have offered (£250 - £400)

2071) Half Sovereign 1871S Marsh 460 approaching Fine (£100 - £140) 2072) Half Sovereign 1871S Marsh 460 VF with some scratches (£100 - £140) 2073) Half Sovereign 1872 Marsh 447 Die Number 354 in an NGC holder and graded MS62, this die number unrecorded by Marsh (£120 - £150) 2074) Half Sovereign 1872 Marsh 447 No dot on shield, S.3860D Die Number 254 VF (£125 - £175) 2075) Half Sovereign 1872 Marsh 461 Die Number 106 Queen’s nose points between T and O of VICTORIA, S.3860D NVF (£100 - £150) 2076) Half Sovereign 1872 No Dot on shield, Marsh 447 Die Number 43 NVF with some old scuffs and scratches (£100 - £140) 2077) Half Sovereign 1872 S.3860C nose points to T in VICTORIA, Die Number 112, VF with a small spot to the left of the crown, the type and Die Number both unlisted by Marsh, Rare (£175 - £375)

2094) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C GEF and lustrous (£210 - £240) 2095) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£220 - £260) 2096) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head No J.E.B S.3869C VF, Rare (£200 - £250) 2097) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Normal (Hooked) J in J.E.B S.3869 GVF (£200 - £250)

2098) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C EF (£100 - £150)

2078) Half Sovereign 1872 S.3860C nose points to T in VICTORIA, Die Number 6 VF/NVF, the type and Die Number both unlisted by Marsh, Rare (£150 - £350) 2079) Half Sovereign 1872S Marsh 461 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£100 - £150)

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2099) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in JEB Marsh 478C GEF (£100 - £150) 2100) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in JEB, Marsh 478C GEF and lustrous (£125 - £175) 2101) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in JEB, Marsh 478C VF cleaned (£100 - £150) 2102) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, No JEB, S.3869C EF with some small rim nicks (£125 - £225) 2103) Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Small JEB S.3869A EF/GEF with touches of red tone (£150 - £225) 2104) Half Sovereign 1887S Small spread JEB with hooked J, S.3871 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£125 - £225) 2105) Half Sovereign 1890 No JEB on truncation S.3869C VF/ GVF (£100 - £150) 2106) Half Sovereign 1891 Lower Shield S.3869D GVF with touches of red tone (£100 - £150) 2107) Half Sovereign 1891S No JEB S.3871D VG/Fine (£100 £150)

2123) Half Sovereign 1900M Marsh 500 Good Fine, bright and ex-jewellery, Very Rare with a mintage of just 112,920 pieces, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that we have only previously offered one example (£150 - £300) 2124) Half Sovereign 1900M Marsh 500 NF/F and cleaned, Very Rare with a mintage of just 112,920 pieces, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that we have only previously offered one example (£200 - £300)

2125) Half Sovereign 1900M Marsh 500 VG/Fine, Very Rare with a mintage of just 112,920 pieces, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that we have only previously offered one example (£200 - £300)

2108) Half Sovereign 1891S No JEB, Marsh 487A EF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£100 - £150) 2109) Half Sovereign 1892 High Shield S.3869C NVF (£100 £150) 2110) Half Sovereign 1892 No JEB on truncation, Lower Shield with date spread S.3869D GVF/NEF (£100 - £150) 2111)

Half Sovereign 1893 Marsh 488 UNC or near so and lustrous, two small rim nicks barely detract, an attractive example with more eye appeal, scarce thus (£170 - £220)

2112) Half Sovereign 1893M Jubilee Head, JEB on truncation, S.3870B VF slabbed and graded LCGS 40 (£150 - £200) 2113) Half Sovereign 1893S Marsh 502 Near Fine/Fine the obverse with some scuffs (£100 - £150)

2126) Half Sovereign 1900S Marsh 504 Fine (£100 - £150) 2127) Half Sovereign 1900S Marsh 504 Near Fine/Fine, ExJewellery (£100 - £150) 2128) Half Sovereign 1900S Marsh 504 VG (£100 - £150)

2129) Half Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3974A nFDC (£400 £500)

2114) Half Sovereign 1893S Marsh 502 Near Fine/Good Fine (£100 - £150) 2115) Half Sovereign 1896M Marsh 498 Fine/NVF with a scratch on the portrait (£100 - £150) 2116) Half Sovereign 1896M Marsh 498 Near Fine/Good Fine with a scratch on the portrait (£100 - £150) 2117) Half Sovereign 1896M Marsh 498 Near Fine/Good Fine with a thin scratch on either side (£100 - £140) 2118) Half Sovereign 1896M Marsh 498 VG/Fine (£100 - £150) 2119) Half Sovereign 1897 Marsh 497 UNC or near so and lustrous (£160 - £200) 2120) Half Sovereign 1897S Marsh 503 Fine (£100 - £150) 2121) Half Sovereign 1899 Marsh 494 About Fine (£100 - £150)

2130) Half Sovereign 1905 Marsh 508 NVF with a small edge nick (£100 - £150) 2131) Half Sovereign 1906M Marsh 514 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25 (£100 - £150) 2132) Half Sovereign 1906M Marsh 514 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25 (£100 - £150) 2133) Half Sovereign 1906S Marsh 523 VF (£100 - £150) 2134) Half Sovereign 1908M Marsh 516 VF the obverse with some scratches (£100 - £150) 2135) Half Sovereign 1908S Marsh 524 VF (£100 - £150)

2122) Half Sovereign 1899M Marsh 499 Fine/Good Fine, Very Rare with a mintage of just 97,221 pieces (£200 - £300)

2136) Half Sovereign 1909 Marsh 512 GF/NVF (£100 - £150) 2137) Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 EF (£400 - £500) 2138) Half Sovereign 1913 Fair and in a mount (£100 - £175)

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2139) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 AU/GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £175) 2140) Half Sovereign 1914 Marsh 529 UNC/AU and with an attractive tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£160 £200) 2141) Half Sovereign 1915S Marsh 540 Bright NEF/GVF (£100 - £150) 2142) Half Sovereign 1916S Marsh 541 EF/VF the reverse with some digs and scuffs (£100 - £140)

2162) Half Sovereigns (4) 1903S Marsh 522 Good Fine/Fine, 1906S Marsh 523 Good Fine, 1908S Marsh 524 Bright VF, 1910S Marsh 525 Good Fine with some scratches (£400 - £500) 2163) Half Sovereigns 1914 GVF with some small dark stains and 1903 Good Fine (£200 - £300)

2164) Halfcrown 1658 ESC 447 Good Fine with some thin scratches in the reverse field (£1,000 - £1,500)

2143) Half Sovereign 1926SA Marsh 543 VF/GF one of only two dates in the South Africa series for George V (£115 - £135) 2144) Half Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign Proof GEF with surface marks (£125 - £175) 2145) Half Sovereign 2000 Marsh 545 UNC (£100 - £120) 2146) Half Sovereign 2001 Lustrous UNC (£100 - £150) 2147) Half Sovereigns (2) 1853 Marsh 427 Good Fine with some scratches, 1871S Marsh 460 VG or better (£200 - £275) 2148) Half Sovereigns (2) 1871S Marsh 460 Fine, 1881S Marsh 465 VG (£200 - £275)

2165) Halfcrown 1658 ESC 447 VG or better/Fine (£500 - £750)

2149) Half Sovereigns (2) 1872S Marsh 461, S.3862A Near Fine, 1877M Marsh 471A VG or slightly better (£200 - £275) 2150) Half Sovereigns (2) 1872S Marsh 461, S.3862A VG the obverse bright and with some scratches, 1875S Marsh 462, S.3862B VG with some thin scratches (£200 - £300) 2151) Half Sovereigns (2) 1875S Marsh 462 Fine or better, 1897S Marsh 503 GF/NVF cleaned with some scratches (£200 - £275) 2152) Half Sovereigns (2) 1880S Marsh 464 VG, 1883S Marsh 467 Fine with scratches on either side (£200 - £275)

2166) Halfcrown 1663 XV ESC 457 Fine or better/Fine (£370 £420)

2153) Half Sovereigns (2) 1882S Marsh 466 VG, 1886S Marsh 468 VG/Fine cleaned (£200 - £275) 2154) Half Sovereigns (2) 1893M Jubilee Head Marsh 484A Fine, 1897S Marsh 503 VG/Fine (£200 - £275) 2155) Half Sovereigns (2) 1899M Marsh 499 VG/Fine with some scuffs, 1900M Marsh 500 Fine/Good Fine both scarcer dates (£200 - £275) 2156) Half Sovereigns (2) 1903S Marsh 522 Fine with some scratches, 1906S Marsh 523 Fine (£200 - £250) 2157) Half Sovereigns (2) 1906S Marsh 523 NVF, 1910S Marsh 525 Bright NEF (£200 - £250) 2158) Half Sovereigns (2) 1906S Marsh 523 NVF, 1910S Marsh 525 GVF/GF with some scratches on the reverse (£200 - £250) 2159) Half Sovereigns (2) 1908 Marsh 524 NVF the obverse with a scratch, 1910S Marsh 525 Bright NVF with some surface marks, the reverse cleaned (£200 - £250)

2167) Halfcrown 1677 ESC 479 VG/Fine nicely toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘ Ex-H.Hopkins Aug.1983 £22’ (£100 - £120)

2168) Halfcrown 1679 TRICESIMO PRIMO ESC 481 approaching EF with a pleasing old grey tone, the obverse with an old scratch or adjustment line on the King’s hair, the reverse with some light haymarks and adjustment lines (£1,250 £1,500)

2160) Half Sovereigns (2) 1908M Marsh 516 Fine, 1909M Marsh 517 NF/F with some scratches (£200 - £250) 2161) Half Sovereigns (3) 1906S Marsh 523 Fine, cleaned with some thin scratches, 1908S Marsh 524 Good Fine with some surface marks and edge nicks, 1910S Marsh 525 NVF the obverse cleaned with some surface marks (£300 - £350)

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graded LCGS 45 (£200 - £250) 2169) Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, with pearls ESC 503 VF with some haymarking, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£350 - £400)

2175) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 VF with some light haymarking (£300 - £400)

2176) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 VF/GVF toned with an edge nick and some flecks of haymarking on the reverse (£1,200 - £1,400)

2170) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, No Pearls, ESC 509 GVF the reverse with a small adjustment mark and a striking flaw in the field (£330 £360) 2177) Halfcrown 1698 ESC 554 VF/GVF and nicely toned (£150 - £200) 2178) Halfcrown 1700 DECIMO TERTIO, Inverted A for V in DECVS ESC 563 NVF, Very Rare, our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates that this is the first example we have offered (£125 - £250)

2171) Halfcrown 1697C First Bust, Large Shields ESC 545 Good Fine or better with some heavier contact marks on the obverse (£290 - £320)

2172) Halfcrown 1697E Large Shields, Normal Harp ESC 547 About Fine, Shilling 1696C R of GRA over inverted A ESC 1082A VG with an edge nick and a scratch on the obverse, rated R4 by ESC, the first example of this variety we have handled (£120 - £180)

2179) Halfcrown 1703 VIGO ESC 569 Good Fine with light haymarking (£220 - £260) 2180) Halfcrown 1703 VIGO ESC 569 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£400 - £450)

2181) Halfcrown 1707 E as ESC 575 but with a plain edge, better than VG, a collectable example, unusual (£100 - £120)

2182) Halfcrown 1708 SEPTIMO ESC 577 EF or near so and lustrous, with a series of fine scratches in the fields (£700 - £800)

2173) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 GEF the reverse with a long die crack, a small area of scuffing and some haymarking (£500 - £600)

2183) Halfcrown 1709E ESC 580 VG with grey tone, rated R3 by ESC, Very Rare (£250 - £300) 2174) Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 VF toned, slabbed and

2184) Halfcrown 1714 4 over 3 with traces of the underlying 3 to the lower right of the 4, Roses and Plumes, Good Fine

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with minor adjustment lines and haymarking (£100 - £150)

slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£2,500 - £4,000)

2185) Halfcrown 1723 SSC ESC 592 GF/VF, comes with old collector’s ticket from 1950 (£500 - £600)

2192) Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609 UNC with a lovely rich and even tone, desirable thus (£2,250 - £2,750) 2186) Halfcrown 1732 SEXTO Roses and Plumes ESC 596 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 30 (£220 - £260)

2187) Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600 EF or very near so and with an attractive blue and green tone (£1,300 - £1,600)

2193) Halfcrown 1816 ESC 613 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £350) 2194) Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 A/UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£250 - £300)

2188) Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600 Good Fine (£180 - £220)

2195) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623 GEF with gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£360 - £420)

2189) Halfcrown 1741 Roses 41 over 39 ESC 601A VF the reverse retaining touches of underlying lustre, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby 1952 (Ex Oliver Collec) Seaby No.601 18/6’ (£200 - £400)

2196) Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623 GVF with a thin scratch on the obverse (£140 - £180) 2197) Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628 A/UNC with an edge fault or flaw at 4 o’clock on the reverse (£170 - £220) 2190) Halfcrown 1741 Roses unaltered date ESC 601 VF or slightly better with minor haymarks and adjustment lines, Very Rare (£200 - £400)

2198) Halfcrown 1821 ESC 631 Davies 171 dies 1A, UNC or very near so with minor cabinet friction, with attractive multi-coloured toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1951, Seaby No.661 Light Garnishing 8/6’ (£250 - £350)

2191) Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609 UNC and attractively toned,

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2199) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642 EF/AU light tone over original brilliance (£250 - £300)

2200) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642 NEF with grey tone and a couple of rim nicks (£200 - £250)

2206) Halfcrown 1840 ESC 673 EF with some contact marks and a small spot on either side, nevertheless a pleasing example of this scarcer date (£550 - £650)

2207) Halfcrown 1840 ESC 673 GEF and lustrous with a small tone spot on the shield (£625 - £675)

2201) Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642 with small traces of old gilding, and with some small spots (£240 - £280)

2202) Halfcrown 1834 WW in block, ESC 660 NEF/EF toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘R2, Antique shop, Richmond 1949, Seaby No.3834A 9/6’ (£200 - £300)

2208) Halfcrown 1841 ESC 674 VF a good collectable example, slabbed and graded LCGS 40, Ex-London Coins Auction 1/6/2014 Lot 1694 hammer price £3400 (£1,600 - £2,800)

2203) Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662 EF with an attractive gold tone (£375 - £425)

2209) Halfcrown 1843 ESC 676 AU/UNC and lustrous, the obverse toned with some hairlines (£3,000 - £3,500)

2204) Halfcrown 1835 ESC 665 GVF/NEF attractively toned with a small darker tone spot on the Scottish shield, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby 1953, Seaby No.665 25/-’ (£125 - £225) 2210) Halfcrown 1843 ESC 676 VG Rare (£140 - £160) 2205) Halfcrown 1836 ESC 666 GVF/NEF with golden tone (£300 - £350) 2211) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 4’s in date with upper serifs only EF with a lamination flaw on the Queen’s hair (£400 - £500)

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2212) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 EF or near so with an attractive grey tone (£350 - £400)

2219) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684 NVF (£200 - £250) 2220) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692 A/UNC and lustrous with some contact marks and small spots (£150 - £200) 2213) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£625 - £725)

2214) Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 NEF/EF and nicely toned, with a few contact marks, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Ex-B.Weeks Salisbury May 2005 £375’ (£200 - £350)

2221) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks (£450 - £500)

2222) Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692 UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Ex-London Coins Auction A126 6/9/2009 Lot 1190 (£280 - £480)

2223) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699 EF/GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£325 - £375)

2215) Halfcrown 1846 ESC 680 AU/UNC with a hint of gold toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-London Coins Auction A145 1/6/2014 Lot 1700 hammer price £700 (£500 - £900)

2224) Halfcrown 1876 ESC 699 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-London Coins Auction A138 2/9/2012 Lot 2290 hammer price £900 (£600 - £1,000)

2216) Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A VG Rare (£100 - £120) 2217) Halfcrown 1848 as ESC 681 the 8 overstruck, appears to be over another 8 VG the overstrike clear VG with some scratches to the left of the crown, Florin 1932 ESC 952 GVF/NEF (£150 - £250)

2218) Halfcrown 1849 Large Date ESC 682 UNC with original lustre, the reverse with minor cabinet friction, very scarce in this high grade (£1,400 - £1,600)

2225) Halfcrown 1877 ESC 700 UNC or very near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£500 - £600)

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2226) Halfcrown 1881 Davies 591 dies 5D Lustrous UNC, LCGS 80 the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, indeed this shows only 48 coins in the entire Young Head series (all dates combined) graded 80 or above from over 300 submissions (£400 £700)

2232) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717 GEF with some small rim nicks, retaining some original lustre (£350 - £400)

2233) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717 GEF/AU and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£375 - £425) 2227) Halfcrown 1881 ESC 707 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£225 - £275) 2228) Halfcrown 1882 ESC 710 EF with some light contact marks (£140 - £180)

2229) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction and an edge knock by VICT (£350 - £400) 2234) Halfcrown 1888 ESC 721 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £350)

2230) Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711 UNC and lustrous, in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS63 (£400 - £500)

2235) Halfcrown 1890 ESC 723 UNC lightly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£160 - £200) 2236) Halfcrown 1896 Davies 668 dies 2A UNC with some toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£140 - £250) 2237) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone (£100 - £120) 2231) Halfcrown 1885 ESC 713 Lustrous UNC with a tiny spot on the harp (£350 - £400)

2238) Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746 UNC or near so and with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£150 - £175) 2239) Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746 UNC or very near so with some contact marks and touches of gold tone (£150 - £200) 2240) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747 nFDC and nicely toned (£120 - £150)

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2241) Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£140 - £160) 2242) Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748 NVG, Florin 1905 ESC 923 Near Fine with some edge knocks, Shilling 1905 ESC 1414 VG all rare (£140 - £160)

2248) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752 GEF with some minor contact marks and small rim nicks (£200 - £300)

2243) Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749 EF/GEF and lustrous, starting to tone (£800 - £1,000)

2249) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and small rim nicks (£400 - £500)

2244) Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749 UNC with a light golden tone, the obverse with some light hairlines and a nick on the eyebrow, nevertheless a desirable piece, one of the finest we have handled, and very difficult to find in high grade (£1,600 - £2,000)

2250) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752 UNC with an attractive tone, with plenty of eye appeal, the obverse with some contact marks as usually found on this series (£420 - £480)

2245) Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749 VF or slightly better the obverse with a small spot and a small edge bruise (£340 - £380)

2251) Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752 VF/GVF with small rim nicks (£100 - £120)

2252) Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753 GVF with some surface marks and small rim nicks (£250 - £300) 2246) Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750 GVF with some hairlines, possibly lightly wiped at some time, nevertheless far superior to most Halfcrowns of this date usually encountered, Very Rare in all grades above Fine (£1,750 - £2,750)

2253) Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753 GVF/NEF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £250)

2247) Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751 EF or near so for wear, the obverse with a heavier surface mark and some tone lines (£150 - £200)

2254) Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753 UNC with a light golden tone, the obverse with tiny rim nicks, a most attractive example and very rare in this high grade (£750 - £950)

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2255) Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754 UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and small rim nicks, very scarce in this high grade (£400 - £500)

2261) 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 (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 and reported to be one of only a few known, UNC and lustrous with a few surface marks (£750 - £850)

2256) Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755 GEF/UNC and lustrous the obverse with small rim nicks (£220 - £260) 2262) Halfcrowns (2) 1707E SEXTO ESC 573 Bright NVF, 1708E ESC 576 NF, Ex-Lockdales 24/1/2010 Lot 164 (£150 £200) 2263) Halfcrowns (2) 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 EF, 1821 ESC 631 About EF the reverse with some scratches and a dull stain by ANNO (£150 - £200) 2264) Halfcrowns (2) 1818 ESC 621 Good Fine, 1825 ESC 642 Good Fine with 3 digs on the portrait (£100 - £120) 2257) Halfcrown 1915 ESC 762 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Cheshire collection NGC MS64, the second finest known of 52 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2258) Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£350 - £450)

2265) Halfcrowns (2) 1834 WW in script ESC 662 VF/GVF with old grey toning, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1952 Seaby No.662 15/-’, 1836 ESC 666 VF with old grey tone, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘ Antique shop, Richmond 1949, Seaby No.666 9/6’ (£150 - £250) 2266) Halfcrowns (2) 1880 ESC 705 Davies 588 dies 5C GVF, 1883 ESC 711 EF with a lamination flaw on the obverse (£160 - £200) 2267) Halfcrowns (2) 1883 ESC 711 VF with an edge knock, 1895 ESC 729 EF with some small rim nicks (£130 - £160) 2268) Halfcrowns (2) 1906 ESC 751 EF with a metal flaw on the obverse, 1908 ESC 753 GVF/NEF (£125 - £175) 2269) Halfcrowns 1707E SEXTO (2) ESC 573 VG and NF/F toned, the first with a small area of green deposit this possibly removable (£125 - £150)

2259) Halfcrown 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 774 UNC and lustrous, lightly toned, the obverse with some minor spots (£140 - £160)

2260) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779 EF retaining some original lustre, one of the key dates in the series, in a LCGS holder, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£225 - £350)

2270) Halfpennies (2) 1838 Peck 1522 UNC with some attractive blue and green toning, 1859 9 over 8 Peck 1550 GEF with some light surface marks (£150 - £175) 2271) Halfpennies (2) 1861 Freeman 275 dies 5+G EF, 1699 Date in legend, type II Peck 675 VG (£100 - £120) 2272) Halfpenny 1673 reads CARO.LVS as Peck 510 VG/Fine with a few edge nicks (£130 - £160)

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2273) Halfpenny 1729 Peck 830 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 980, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£650 - £750)

2274) Halfpenny 1735 Peck 849 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, from over 41,000 coins submitted, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection 5/6/2006 lot 987 (£500 - £600)

Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1001 (£420 - £550)

2279) Halfpenny 1754 Peck 884 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 lot 1003 (£350 - £400)

2280) Halfpenny 1770 Peck 893 UNC or near so and toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1003 (£300 - £400) 2275) Halfpenny 1746 Peck 876 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 995 (£600 - £700)

2281) Halfpenny 1770 Peck 893 UNC toned with a hint of lustre on the reverse, the reverse rim not fully struck around BRITAN, comes with Spink ticket for £325 (£180 - £220)

2276) Halfpenny 1748 Peck 878 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 997, the finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£650 - £750)

2282) Halfpenny 1772 Reverse A Peck 899 GEF and nicely toned, in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS62 BN (£220 - £260)

2283) Halfpenny 1773 Peck 904 NGC MS63 BN, UNC with traces of lustre (£300 - £350) 2277) Halfpenny 1752 Peck 882 EF with a few small spots (£100 - £120)

2278) Halfpenny 1752 Peck 882 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the joint finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew

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2284) Halfpenny 1775 Peck 908 UNC and choice with 20%/40% lustre, Ex-Cheshire Collection, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS65 BN (this recorded at the time of LCGS slabbing, the NGC ticket no longer with the coin) the joint finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£600 - £700)

2291) Halfpenny 1837 Peck 1465 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£100 - £120) 2292) Halfpenny 1841 DF.I for DEI as Peck 1524 UNC with around 75% lustre (£150 - £200) 2293) Halfpenny 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1532 A/UNC with around 25% lustre (£100 - £120) 2285) Halfpenny 1797 Pattern in Bronzed copper, Obverse: 3 Berries in wreath, Reverse with Ship having 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit, edge obliquely grained, not extending the full width of the edge, Peck 1153 KH6 nFDC the reverse showing very minor cabinet friction to the highest points (£400 - £500)

2294) Halfpenny 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1532 UNC or near so with a superb blue and green tone (£175 - £225) 2295) Halfpenny 1855 Peck 1643 UNC and nicely toned, the reverse with a hint of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£130 - £160) 2296) Halfpenny 1856 Peck 1544 UNC or very near so with minor cabinet friction, the obverse with around 25% lustre, the reverse with around 75% lustre (£110 - £140)

2297) Halfpenny 1856 Peck 1544 UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250) 2286) Halfpenny 1797 Pattern in Copper, Obverse: 2 Berries in wreath, Reverse with Ship having 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit, Plain edge, Peck 1157 KH7 NEF/GVF with some light contact marks, Rare, only the second example we have offered since 2003, so probably rarer than Peck’s ‘R’ rating suggest (£400 - £500)

2298) Halfpenny 1858 8 over 6 Peck 1547 UNC and lustrous with a small spot on the D of DEI (£145 - £165) 2299) Halfpenny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 261 dies 2+B UNC with around 40% lustre and a small tone spot above Britannia (£180 - £220)

2287) Halfpenny 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£180 - £220) 2288) Halfpenny 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 UNC with good lustre (£180 - £200)

2300) Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter A Freeman 290A dies 7+G NEF with some spots, Very rare, rated R17 by Freeman (£1,300 - £1,500)

2289) Halfpenny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433 UNC with an attractive multi-coloured tone, the reverse with considerable underlying lustre (£150 - £200)

2290) Halfpenny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433 UNC with traces of lustre, in an NGC holder graded MS64 BN (£150 - £200)

2301) Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter B Freeman 288 dies 7+E in a PCGS holder and graded Fine 12, (the variety on the holder listed as simply L.C.W.) we note there was no example in the Nicholson, Norweb or Andrew Wayne collections (£800 - £1,000)

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with around 80% lustre with some contact marks and a tone spot to the left of the date (£200 - £250)

2302) Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£150 - £175)

2303) Halfpenny 1874 Freeman 314 dies 8+J EF with traces of lustre, Very Rare, rated R16 by Freeman (£200 - £400)

2304) Halfpenny 1875 as Freeman 321 dies 11+J with the 5 in the date showing traces of an overstrike at the top left, possibly 5 over another 5, EF with traces of lustre (£200 - £250) 2305) Halfpenny 1875 Freeman 321 dies 11+J UNC or near so with good lustre (£120 - £140) 2306) Halfpenny 1876H Freeman 326 dies 13+M UNC with good subdued lustre, the reverse with some minor tone spots, Rare, rated R13 by Freeman (£200 - £300)

2307) Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 332 dies 14+J Lustrous UNC, the finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £350)

2313) Halfpenny 1936 VIP Bronze Proof/Proof of record Freeman 427 dies 3+B in a PCGS holder and graded PR65 RB, Extremely Rare, rated R18 by Freeman, the only example recorded by the PCGS Population Report (£750 - £1,000)

2314) Maundy a 3-part set 1825 Fourpence, Threepence and Twopence (TRITANNIAR) NEF to GEF (£100 - £120) 2315) Maundy Fourpences in LCGS holders (4) 1898 Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1937 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, 1970 Lustrous UNC with a hint of tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, 1974 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£130 - £160) 2316) Maundy Money 1992 recipients group from Chester Cathedral 4 full sets plus an additional 4d and 2d along with official programme and other memorabilia relating to the ceremony and the recipient, the coins in sealed vinyl holders presumed as issued (£500 - £800)

2317) Maundy Set 1706 ESC 2395 Good Fine to GVF with some scratches and haymarking (£280 - £320)

2308) Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 dies 14+N UNC with around 25% lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, ExNicholson collection 2003 Lot 449, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£220 - £260) 2309) Halfpenny 1879 Freeman 339 dies 15+O UNC with around 65% lustre (£100 - £150) 2310) Halfpenny 1886 Freeman 356 dies 17+S UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£180 - £220)

2318) Maundy Set 1713 ESC 2399 the Penny and Twopence both 3 over 0, the Penny also struck slightly of centre with a partially raised lip About VF to NEF (£320 - £360)

2311) Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 560 dies 17+S Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£160 - £200)

2312) Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 380 dies 1+A UNC

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the Threepence and Penny with tiny rim nicks (£100 £120) 2326) Maundy Set 1911 ESC 2527 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous (£120 - £140) 2327) Maundy Set 1922 ESC 2539 EF to A/UNC the Penny with a tiny rim nick (£140 - £160) 2328) Maundy Set 1926 ESC 2543 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous with small rim nicks (£140 - £160) 2329) Maundy Set 1930 ESC 2547 GEF to UNC with some light hairlines (£140 - £180) 2319) Maundy Set 1743 ESC 2409 VF to EF the Penny with a stain on the reverse (£275 - £375)

2330) Maundy Set 1935 ESC 2552 A/UNC to UNC in a contemporary red Maundy box (£140 - £180) 2331) Maundy Set 1936 ESC 2553 A/UNC to UNC the Twopence and Penny with some light tone, in a contemporary red box, the lid with ER added in gold marker either side of the crest Note: The 1936 sets were distributed by King Edward VIII (£180 - £220) 2332) Maundy Set 1941 ESC 2558 UNC and lustrous, in a square maroon Maundy box (£140 - £180) 2333) Maundy Set 1945 ESC 2562 UNC and lustrous, in a square red Maundy box (£135 - £165)

2320) Maundy Set 1772 ESC 2415 the Fourpence 2 over 0 About EF to GEF and lustrous, a pleasing set (£260 - £320)

2334) Maundy Set 1946 ESC 2563 EF to UNC the Fourpence with a striking flaw on the reverse, in a square red Maundy box (£135 - £165)

2335) Maundy Set 1953 ESC 2570 EF to UNC with minor hairlines and rare (£800 - £900)

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2321) Maundy Set 1792 Wire Money ESC 2419 GVF to NEF toned, Rare (£250 - £300)

2336) Maundy Set 1959 ESC 2576 Lustrous UNC with some toning (£120 - £140) 2337) Maundy Threepence 1671 ESC 1960 NEF nicely toned with a very thin scratch in the obverse field (£110 - £130) 2338) Maundy Threepence 1701 GBA for GRA ESC 2003A EF comes with two old tickets one an old Seaby ticket, one stating ‘Brian Reeds Nov 1993’ (£160 - £200)

2322) Maundy Set 1845 ESC 2455 EF to GEF the Twopence with a dig in the field (£140 - £180) 2323) Maundy Set 1877 ESC 2490 EF to UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, the Twopence with a small edge nick (£190 - £230) 2324) Maundy Set 1889 ESC 2504 A/UNC to UNC with minor cabinet friction (£120 - £140) 2325) Maundy Set 1907 ESC 2523 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous,

2339) Maundy Threepence 1732 Stop over head ESC 2023 NEF/ GVF lightly toned (£100 - £125) 2340) Maundy Threepence 1743 Small lettering, stop over head ESC 2030 EF and attractively toned (£100 - £125) 2341) Maundy Threepence 1760 ESC 2032 Double struck 7 in the date, EF the obverse with some thin scratches (£100 - £125)

2342) Maundy Threepence 1765 ESC 2035, the 5 in the date

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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 £1638 inclusive of buyer’s premium, this considerably superior and quite possibly one of the finest examples extant (£1,300 - £1,600)

(£135 - £165) 2354) Pennies (2) 1851 Plain Trident Peck 1510 NVF with edge bumps and verdigris spots, Very Rare, Ex-London Coins Auction A118 2/9/2007 Lot 1889, 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 VG Rare (£250 - £300) 2355) Pennies (2) 1909 with raised dot between N and E of PENNY (a similar variety to the 1897 Penny) VG a little streaky, the variety very clear, 1921 Freeman 190 dies 2+B EF and streaky metal mix (£160 - £200) 2356) Pennies (2) 1916 Recessed Ear as Freeman 180 dies 2+B UNC with around 75% lustre, 1915 Recessed Ear as Freeman 179 dies 2+B GVF (£110 - £140)

2343) Maundy Threepences (2) 1704 ESC 2007 VF nicely toned, 1706 ESC 2009 NVF/GF with a scratch on the reverse (£120 - £140) 2344) Maundy Threepences (2) 1708 ESC 2011 NEF, 1709 ESC 2012 GVF with a slight flattening and small to the edge at 10 o’clock (£180 - £220) 2345) Maundy Threepences (4) 1707 ESC 2010 Good Fine and toned with a dig on the reverse, 1710 ESC 2013 Fine/Good Fine the obverse with uneven tone, 1713 ESC 2014Good Fine, 1795 VF the reverse with some striking flaws (£200 - £250) 2346) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 ESC 969 GEF/AU with small tone spots, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£110 - £140)

2357) Pennies (2) 1917 Freeman 181 dies 2+B UNC with practically full lustre, 1926 First Head Freeman 193 dies 3+B UNC with around 75% lustre, a couple of small tone spots barely detract (£130 - £160) 2358) Pennies 1916 (2) Freeman 180 dies 2+B one the recessed ear type with the (usual) broken border tooth above the colon stop after BRITT, A/UNC and toned, slightly streaky, the other the standard type with normal border teeth (£120 - £150)

2359) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 UNC and lustrous with some uneven tone, the reverse with considerably more lustre than usually encountered (£500 - £650)

2347) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 Bust type Proof with small reverse lettering ESC 975 UNC with prooflike fields and a few light surface and rim nicks, Extremely Rare with only a few known (£500 - £800)

2360) Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 UNC with around 60% lustre and some tone spots, very rare with this much lustre and in this grade (£500 - £650)

2348) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1813 ESC 976 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£200 - £250) 2349) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1814 ESC 977 UNC with an attractive and colourful tone (£100 - £120) 2350) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1815 ESC 978 UNC and nicely toned with minor cabinet friction (£100 £120) 2351) Pennies (2) 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 UNC/EF with traces of lustre, 1846 DEF Close Colon VF with some uneven tone and uneven surface (£100 - £150)

2361) Penny 1797 11 Leaves Peck 1133 UNC/AU nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£700 - £850)

2352) Pennies (2) 1853 Plain Trident Peck 1504, Fine or near so with some surface marks, 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B VG/Near Fine (£110 - £140) 2353) Pennies (2) 1854 Plain Trident Peck 1506 UNC toned with some minor contact marks and rim nicks, 1857 Plain Trident Peck 1514 A/UNC the reverse with traces of lustre

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2362) Penny 1806 Gilt Proof Peck 1321 KP29 UNC and lustrous with some signs of die rust on the obverse (£800 - £900)

2370) Penny 1826 Reverse C, Thick Line on saltire, Peck 1427 A/UNC and lustrous the reverse with a flan flaw (£320 £380) 2363) Penny 1806 Incuse Curl Peck 1342 UNC or near so and nicely toned with a trace of lustre, the reverse with a minor flan flaw in the field (£120 - £140)

2364) Penny 1807 Bronzed Proof Restrike Peck 1354 R98 nFDC with two small spots on the obverse (£350 - £400)

2371) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 VF or near so the surfaces once very lightly cleaned apparently to remove surface dirt, traces of which still remain around the legend and design, nevertheless a presentable and collectable example with none of the corrosion normally associated with Pennies of this date (£700 - £800)

2365) Penny 1825 Peck 1420 in a PCGS holder, slabbed and graded MS64 BN (£200 - £350) 2366) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 EF with glossy fields and traces of lustre, the reverse with a striking flaw by IV (£130 - £160) 2367) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 NEF/GVF with some surface marks (£175 - £200)

2368) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 UNC or near so with a few dark spots (£250 - £300)

2372) Penny 1831 .W.W Peck 1458 GVF the obverse with some contact marks, Rare in all grades above Fine (£180 - £220) 2373) Penny 1831 .W.W Peck 1458 in a PCGS holder, slabbed and graded AU58 (£150 - £250) 2374) Penny 1831 Peck 1455 in a PCGS holder, slabbed and graded MS62 BN (£125 - £225)

2375) Penny 1834 Peck 1459 UNC or near so the reverse with a thin die crack running through Britannia (£450 - £550)

2369) Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1422 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£250 - £300)

2376) Penny 1837 Peck 1460 EF with a small stain by REX (£600 - £700)

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2377) Penny 1841 REG: Peck 1480 NEF once lightly cleaned, now retoned, Rare (£420 - £480)

2385) Penny 1860 Toothed Border as Freeman 15 dies 4+D, Gouby BP1860R with central cut fishtail and line above L.C.WYON VF with some contact marks (£100 - £150)

2386) Penny 1860 Toothed Border N over sideways N in ONE, Gouby BP1860 JA, Satin 11, UNC or very near so, the reverse with striking flaws on the shield and by the trident, a scarce variety and seldom seen in this high grade (£750 - £850)

2378) Penny 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 UNC or near so with around 20% lustre (£300 - £350)

2379) Penny 1849 Peck 1497 NEF toned, the reverse with some spots (£1,750 - £2,250)

2380) Penny 1851 DEF Far Colon Peck 1498 UNC and nicely toned with small rim nicks (£250 - £300)

2387) Penny 1861 Freeman 23 dies 4+D struck on a heavy flan weighing 11.32 grammes, thickness 2mm, UNC toned with a couple of small contact marks in the reverse field, rated R18 by Freeman, believed to be one of 8 known examples, Ex-London Coins Auction A139 December 2012 Lot 2121 (realised £6435 inclusive of buyer’s premium) (£2,000 - £4,000)

2388) Penny 1862 Small Date from Halfpenny die Freeman 41 dies 6+G VG Very Rare (£300 - £500)

2381) Penny 1853 Plain Trident Peck 1504 EF/NEF and nicely toned, with some small edge nicks, the reverse with some scuffs, seldom seen in higher grades (£200 - £300) 2382) Penny 1854 Plain Trident Peck 1506 UNC and attractively toned with a tiny rim nick (£120 - £150) 2383) Penny 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 Fine, the reverse slightly better, Rare (£150 - £175)

2384) Penny 1856 Ornamental Trident Peck 1512 NEF Rare in high grade (£600 - £800)

2389) Penny 1863 Die Number 4 Freeman 47 dies 6+G only Poor with only the date and die number showing but the variety very clear, very few examples known (£1,000 - £1,500)

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2390) Penny 1863 Freeman 42 dies 6+G UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£300 - £350)

2395) Penny 1868 Freeman 56 dies 6+G in a PCGS holder, slabbed and graded MS64 RB (£300 - £500)

2391) Penny 1863 Open 3 in date unlisted by Freeman, Gouby 1863B, Satin 46, the variety confirmed by the 3 having a curved downward diagonal stroke, VG, very few examples exist, all appear to be in lower grades (£120 - £140)

2396) Penny 1871 Freeman 60 dies 6+G GEF with a few spots and thin scratches (£300 - £400)

2392) Penny 1864 Plain 4 Freeman 48 dies 6+G GEF/EF the reverse once lightly cleaned, now retoned with some residual dirt in places this possibly removable (£2,000 £2,500)

2397) Penny 1874 H Freeman 73 dies 7+H PCGS MS63 RB (£175 - £225) 2398) Penny 1875 Freeman 82 dies 8+J AU/UNC with around 40% subdued lustre (£150 - £175) 2399) Penny 1877 Freeman 91 8+J UNC and lustrous, slightly streaky on the reverse (£150 - £200) 2393) Penny 1865 5 over 3, only a tiny tip of the 3 shows at the top left, with part of the 3 visible to the right of the curve of the 5, Gouby BP1865Bc, Freeman 51 dies 6+G, in a PCGS holder, slabbed and graded MS64 RB and extremely rare in this high grade (£1,600 - £2,000)

2394) Penny 1868 11.5 teeth date spacing Gouby BP1868Ab UNC or near so with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS65 BN, comes with NGC ticket (£500 - £600)

2400) Penny 1879 Freeman 96 dies 8+J EF/GEF the obverse with an attractive and colourful tone, the reverse with traces of lustre, rated R12 by Freeman, a rare type in this high grade and possibly under-rated (£400 - £500)

2401) Penny 1880 8 over 8 Gouby BP1880Af an attempt has been made to repair the second 8. The preliminary test strike was inaccurate with the bottom of an 8 showing to the left of an original 8. A small part of that test strike also shows in the bottom centre of the original 8, NVF, comes with old collector’s ticket showing F99 preceding the discovery of the variety (£100 - £150)

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2402) Penny 1886 Freeman 123 dies 12+N UNC with around 40% lustre, the obverse with reflective fields (£125 - £150) 2403) Penny 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N Choice UNC, the obverse lustrous, the reverse with toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Ex-Cheshire Collection, formerly in and NGC holder and graded NGC MS64 RB, the second finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£225 - £275)

2414) Penny 1926 Modified Effigy Freeman 195 dies 4+B GVF nicely toned with an old scratch on the King’s neck (£425 - £475)

2404) Penny 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B About EF lightly cleaned, the overdate one of the clearest we have seen (£275 - £325) 2405) Penny 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B NVF Rare (£250 - £300) 2406) Penny 1893 Freeman 156 dies 12+N Choice UNC with pale lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£325 - £375)

2407) Penny 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident Freeman 139 dies 1+A UNC with good lustre and some light contact marks, Very Rare in this high grade (£1,000 - £1,250)

2415) Quarter Guinea 1762 gilt imitation weighing 1.1 grams, Third Guinea 1797 VG with edge problems, Half Guinea 1775 near Fine with field damage (£150 - £225) 2416) Quarter Guinea 1762 S.3741 lightly creased and straightened VF with some surface marks (£170 - £220) 2417) Shilling 1663 First Bust Variety ESC 1025 About VF/VF and nicely toned, the reverse with a thin scratch by the French shield (£180 - £250)

2418) Shilling 1666 Elephant below bust ESC 1026 VG/NVG the reverse worn on the Scottish shield, Very Rare (£500 £700)

2408) Penny 1897 Dot between O and N of PENNY Gouby BP1897B EF cleaned, now retoning, Rare in all grades above Fine (£250 - £300) 2409) Penny 1897 Freeman 145 dies 1+B Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 32 examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report (£150 - £175)

2419) Shilling 1668 Second Bust ESC 1030 NEF and with an attractive deep tone with some minor haymarking (£800 - £900)

2410) Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous, weakly struck with some spots on the reverse (£125 - £150) 2411) Penny 1908 Freeman 164A dies 1*+C VG Rare (£150 £200) 2412) Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 29 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £200)

2420) Shilling 1686 ESC 1070 NVF with some haymarking, the reverse with uneven toning (£475 - £525)

2413) Penny 1918KN Freeman 184 dies 2+B A/UNC and nicely toned with a bold strike (£650 - £750)

2421) Shilling 1692 A over T in GRATIA as Bull 866 with minor traces of an overstrike also on the T (over a thin I) unlisted by the 1992 ESC, VG/NF Rare (£135 - £165)

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2422) Shilling 1693 ESC 1076 EF with a pleasant and even grey tone. the obverse with excellent detail and seldom seen in high grade, LCGS 70 the finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£2,200 - £2,600)

2423) Shilling 1693 the 3 in the date overstruck, the underlying figure inconclusive, possibly a more ‘squat’ 3 NEF/EF with a colourful tone, a very attractive example with lots of eye appeal (£900 - £1,200)

2428) Shilling 1705 Plain in angles ESC 1134 Near Fine once cleaned now retoned, Very Rare (£180 - £220)

2429) Shilling 1705 Plain in angles ESC 1134 VF/GVF the with two thin scratches and a small edge crack, only the fourth and by the finest example we have offered (£250 - £500)

2430) Shilling 1707 Third Bust ESC 1141 VF with some light haymarks, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£150 - £175) 2424) Shilling 1697 First Bust E over N below bust, unlisted by Bull, ESC or Coincraft, listed under Spink 3500, Good Fine with some haymarking, Very Rare, the overstrike very clear, our database states that this is the first we have handled (£150 - £300)

2425) Shilling 1697 Third Bust ESC 1102 EF with some haymarking, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£500 - £600)

2431) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 AU/UNC the obverse toned, the reverse lustrous (£475 - £525)

2432) Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£300 - £350)

2426) Shilling 1700 oval 00 in date ESC 1121 EF with gold tone, the obverse with some contact marks (£330 - £360)

2433) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£450 - £550)

2427) Shilling 1700 Round 00 in date ESC 1121A UNC and with a beautiful green and gold tone, a few minor haymarks barely detract, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£700 - £800)

2434) Shilling 1709 Third Bust ESC 1154 GVF/VF with an attractive grey tone (£160 - £200) 2435) Shilling 1711 Fourth Bust ESC 1158 NEF (£220 - £260)

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2436) Shilling 1711 Third Bust ESC 1157 Near Fine/Fine, Very Rare, rated R4 by ESC (£170 - £220) 2437) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 NGC MS63 (£600 - £800)

Fine/Fine with scratches on the portrait, Rare, come with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1951, Seaby No.1177 40/-’, Sixpence 1726 Roses and Plumes ESC 1602 Near Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1946 Seaby No.1602 5/6’ (£100 - £120)

2438) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£875 £1,075)

2446) Shilling 1724 WCC ESC 1182 VG a collectable example for the grade, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1949, Seaby No.1182 25/-’ (£300 - £500)

2439) Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 UNC or near so, the edge with a flaw by the 18 of the date, viewing recommended (£525 - £575)

2447) Shilling 1725 WCC ESC 1185 Near Fine with a small attempted piercing at the top of the obverse (£500 - £600)

2440) Shilling 1721 Plain in angles ESC 1170 Near Fine with all major details clear, rated R4 by ESC (11-20 examples known) (£150 - £250)

2441) Shilling 1723 Roses and Plumes ESC 1175 NVF with some surface marks, Rare (£250 - £350)

2448) Shilling 1734 3 over 3 the underlying 3 well to the left, LCGS variety 02 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£700 - £800)

2449) Shilling 1739 Roses ESC 1201 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£650 - £750)

2442) Shilling 1723 SSC C over SS ESC 1176A UNC and richly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£400 - £500)

2450) Shilling 1741 Roses ESC 1202 EF and lustrous with a few light flecks of haymarking (£420 - £480)

2443) Shilling 1723 SSC C over SS ESC 1176A UNC or near so and lustrous with some light scattered haymarks (£200 £250) 2444) Shilling 1723 SSC C over SS, ESC 1176A UNC or near so and lustrous, the obverse with some light adjustment lines (£150 - £180) 2445) Shilling 1723 SSC French Arms at Date ESC 1177 About

2451) Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205 EF and nicely toned (£290 - £320)

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2452) Shilling 1745 Roses ESC 1204 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£225 - £275)

2453) Shilling 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£425 - £475)

2459) Shilling 1787 No Stops at date ESC 1222 EF and nicely toned with a few flecks of haymarking (£100 - £120) 2460) Shilling 1816 ESC 1228 UNC and beautifully toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£180 - £220) 2461) Shilling 1817 ESC 1232 UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£200 - £250) 2462) Shilling 1820 ESC 1236 UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 14 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2454) Shilling 1758 ESC 1213 GEF (£100 - £125)

2463) Shilling 1820 unbarred H in HONI, LCGS Variety 6 Sharp and lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, only 2 examples recorded by the LCGS Population Report, this being the finest (£450 - £500)

2455) Shilling 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214 EF/GEF grey toned with touches of red, green and blue, with two small scratches on the portrait, comes with old collector’s ticket stating Baldwin 1950, Seaby No.1214 38/-’ (£600 - £900)

2464) Shilling 1821 ESC 1247 EF/About EF and attractively toned, comes with an old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1947 Seaby No.1247, 10/-’ (£125 - £175)

2456) Shilling 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£100 - £120)

2465) Shilling 1823 ESC 1249 in an NGC holder and graded AU58, Rare (£300 - £400)

2457) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No Stop over head ESC 1218 GEF/About UNC and lustrous, the obverse a little streaky (£350 - £400)

2466) Shilling 1823 ESC 1249 VF or slightly better, nicely toned, comes with an old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1947, Seaby No.1249 15/-’ (£100 - £150) 2467) Shilling 1824 ESC 1251 GEF (£140 - £160) 2458) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No Stops on Obverse ESC 1223 EF or better and lustrous with minor haymarking, very rare in any grade, probably amongst the finest remaining examples (£1,700 - £2,200)

2468) Shilling 1825 B P. LCGS Variety 11 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£180 - £220) 2469) Shilling 1825 Laureate Head, Shield in Garter reverse ESC 1253 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£200 - £250)

2470) Shilling 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 (£400 - £450)

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2478) Shilling 1850 ESC 1296 NVF, the obverse once cleaned with some contact marks around the Queen’s chin, now retoning, nevertheless an extremely rare coin, even more so in grades above Fine (£1,800 - £2,200)

2471) Shilling 1825 Shield in Garter, B P initials below bust (no stops) ESC 1253 GEF with old dark tone, a few small spots and small rim nicks barely detract (£100 - £120)

2472) Shilling 1834 ESC 1268 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 (£225 - £325)

2473) Shilling 1834 ESC 1268 UNC or near so and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£150 - £200)

2479) Shilling 1850 ESC 1296 VG the obverse with some scratches (£550 - £650)

2480) Shilling 1852 ESC 1299 UNC and with choice old and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£575 - £625)

2474) Shilling 1836 ESC 1273 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£250 - £300)

2475) Shilling 1838 First Young Head ESC 1278 EF with grey and gold tone (£180 - £220)

2481) Shilling 1854 4 over inverted 4 ESC 1302A VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45, Very Rare rated R4 by ESC (£1,000 - £1,250)

2476) Shilling 1844 ESC 1291 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£600 - £700) 2482) Shilling 1855 ESC 1303 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£450 - £500)

2477) Shilling 1846 ESC 1293 UNC and colourfully toned, with the lightest of cabinet friction, a most pleasing example (£250 - £350) 2483) Shilling 1856 ESC 1304 UNC toned, in a PCGS holder graded PCGS MS64 (£300 - £350)

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2490) Shilling 1873 ESC 1325 Die Number 40 in a PCGS holder graded PCGS MS64 (£225 - £275) 2491) Shilling 1873 ESC 1325 Die Number 63 A/UNC and lustrous with some light tone in the legends (£100 - £125)

2484) Shilling 1857 with upside-down G at end of obverse legend ESC 1305A R4 Fine and seldom offered in any grade (£200 - £300)

2492) Shilling 1874 ESC 1326 Die Number 22 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£300 - £350)

2493) Shilling 1874 ESC 1326 Die Number 66 UNC (£150 - £250) 2485) Shilling 1859 Davies 879, Dies 4A Obverse: I of VICT to bead Uprights of B and I of NIAR to spaces, the LL of SHILLING double struck, EF and attractively toned with some small rim nicks, we note a previous example sold for £257 inclusive of buyers premium in our Auction A151 in December 2015 (£160 - £200)

2494) Shilling 1875 ESC 1327 Die Number 44 A/UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks (£100 - £120)

2495) Shilling 1875 ESC 1327 Die Number 54 UNC and attractively tones, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£450 £500)

2486) Shilling 1861 18 of date double struck CGS Variety 03 Choice UNC and deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£340 - £380)

2496) Shilling 1877 ESC 1329 choice Unc and slabbed at LCGS 85 but with an incorrect date on the ticket (£500 - £600)

2487) Shilling 1864 ESC 1312 Davies 886 Die number 64, UNC attractively toned over original lustre (£450 - £500)

2488) Shilling 1865 ESC 1313 Die Number 51 About UNC and lustrous with a few small rim nicks (£150 - £200)

2497) Shilling 1878 ESC 1330 Davies 908 dies 6B Die Number 47, the 4 over a higher 4, GEF/AU and lustrous (£110 £140) 2498) Shilling 1879 No Die Number Davies 912 dies 7C UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£180 - £220)

2499) Shilling 1881 Davies 915 dies 7C UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£360 - £420)

2489) Shilling 1872 ESC 1324 Die Number 129 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£450 - £500) 2500) Shilling 1881 Davies 916 dies 7D. Cross on Crown points to bead GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£120 - £140) 2501) Shilling 1884 ESC 1343 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£110 - £140)

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2502) Shilling 1886 ESC 1347 UNC and lustrous with a hint of toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£350 - £400)

2503) Shilling 1889 Large Head ESC 1355 Davies 987 dies 3D Choice UNC with an attractive and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £175) 2504) Shilling 1890 ESC 1357 UNC and lustrous with a light golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£120 - £140) 2505) Shilling 1891 ESC 1358 Choice UNC, lightly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 16 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£220 - £260) 2506) Shilling 1893 Large Letters on Obverse ESC 1361 Choice UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £140) 2507) Shilling 1893 Small Obverse Letters Davies 1010 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the finest known of 52 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£200 - £250) 2508) Shilling 1894 ESC 1363 Davies 1015 dies 2B A/UNC and with a pleasing golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£110 - £140) 2509) Shilling 1903 ESC 1412 Davies 1551 dies 1A UNC and attractively toned (£170 - £200) 2510) Shilling 1906 ESC 1415 Davies Obverse 2a Repaired R in GRA A/UNC and nicely toned (£100 - £150)

2511) Shilling 1907 ESC 1416 Choice UNC with golden tone, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 1331 slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£400 - £450)

2512) Shilling 1908 ESC 1417 approaching UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£250 - £300)

2514) Shilling 1922 Bright Finish ESC 1432 Davies 1812 dies 5E UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 surprisingly scarce in this high grade (£120 - £150) 2515) Shilling 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 1437 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 20 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£130 - £160) 2516) Shillings (2) 1735 Roses and Plumes as ESC 1198 the 5 overstruck ,the underlying figure unclear, Good Fine with pitted surfaces, 1741 Roses ESC 1202 Good Fine (£180 - £220) 2517) Shillings (2) 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210 VF or better, 1758 ESC 1213 NEF (£210 - £240) 2518) Shillings (2) 1837 ESC 1276 GVF toned, comes with an old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1952 Seaby No.1276 12/6’, 1819 ESC 1235 UNC with very minor cabinet friction to the highest points only, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1952 Seaby No.1235 4/-’ (£120 - £150) 2519) Shillings (2) 1878 ESC 1330 Die Number 47 the 4 struck over a higher 4, unusual, NEF with a scuff on the obverse, 1873 ESC 1325 Die Number 20 EF (£160 - £200) 2520) Shillings (2) 1889 Large Head ESC 1355 and 1892 ESC 1360 GEF-AU (£125 - £150) 2521) Shillings (3) 1816 ESC 1228 EF toned, 1817 ESC 1232 GVF, 1824 ESC 1251 GVF (£120 - £150) 2522) Shillings 1758 ESC 1213 (2) GVF/VF and Lustrous NEF (£150 - £175) 2523) Shillings 1866 ESC 1314 (2) Die Number 1 NEF toned, Die Number 4 VF toned (£100 - £120) 2524) Sixpence 1675 5 over 4 ESC 1514 About Fine/Fine, a clear example with no problems (£100 - £120)

2525) Sixpence 1677 ESC 1516 GEF with underlying tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£900 - £1,100)

2526) Sixpence 1683 ESC 1523 EF with some light haymarking (£325 - £375)

2513) Shilling 1920 Low relief head Davies 1804 dies 4B, UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, only 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, this being the finest, a very high grade coin for the initial .500 silver series (£300 - £350)

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2527) Sixpence 1683 ESC 1523 GVF/EF and deeply toned with some light haymarking (£340 - £380)

80 (£165 - £225)

2538) Sixpence 1696N First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1538 EF with haymarking, slabbed and graded CGS 70, the finest of only two examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report (£200 - £250)

2528) Sixpence 1683 ESC 1523 VF or better with an attractive old tone, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1947 Seaby No.1523 12/6’ (£200 - £300)

2539) Sixpence 1696y First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, ESC 1539, UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£525 - £625)

2529) Sixpence 1686 ESC 1525 NVF with some weakness on the 16 of the date (£200 - £250)

2530) Sixpence 1688 Later shields altered from early shields ESC 1528 VF or slightly better with two scratches on the lower part of the obverse (£300 - £400)

2540) Sixpence 1697 First Bust ESC 1552 A/UNC with very minor cabinet friction, and light adjustment lines on the reverse, the surfaces with gold tone over underlying lustre, a most attractive piece with excellent eye appeal (£200 - £250) 2541) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust ESC 1566 A/UNC and attractively toned with some light adjustment lines on either side (£100 - £150)

2531) Sixpence 1688 Later shields altered from early shields ESC 1528 VF with old grey toning, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1946, Seaby No.1528 35/-.’ (£200 - £300)

2532) Sixpence 1693 as ESC 1529 the E’s on the reverse in REX, ET and REGINA have badly formed top bars thus resembling inverted and reversed F’s, About Fine/Fine with a darker toning area at the top of the obverse (£100 - £120) 2533) Sixpence 1693 ESC 1529 Fine (£200 - £250) 2534) Sixpence 1693 ESC 1529 Good Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby, London Nov 28th 1968 £10-10-0 (£100 - £150) 2535) Sixpence 1694 ESC 1531 Fine with grey tone and adjustment lines on either side (£200 - £250)

2542) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1566 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded CGS 82 (£250 - £300)

2543) Sixpence 1697 Third Bust, Later Harp, Large Crowns, GVLIEIMVS error ESC 1566C UNC and lustrous with a couple of flecks of haymarking, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£320 - £360)

2544) Sixpence 1697B Third Bust ESC 1555 NVF (£100 - £120) 2545) Sixpence 1697B Third Bust, Second V in GVLIELMVS an inverted A, the bar very clear, unlisted by ESC or Bull, NVF with some contact marks on the King’s hair (£150 - £200)

2546) Sixpence 1699 Plumes ESC 1577 toned NEF Rare (£400 - £500)

2536) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, ESC 1533 GEF the reverse lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£150 - £175) 2537) Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns, ESC 1533 UNC and lightly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS

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2547) Sixpence 1700 ESC 1579 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£170 - £220)

2548) Sixpence 1701 ESC 1581 GEF with dark grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1367 (£375 - £425)

2555) Sixpence 1708 Plumes ESC 1594 VF with some thin scratches on the obverse (£130 - £160) 2556) Sixpence 1723 SSC Small Lettering on obverse ESC 1600 NVF the obverse with some surface marks (£100 - £120)

2549) Sixpence 1703 VIGO ESC 1582 GVF toned with some light flecks of haymarking (£190 - £230)

2557) Sixpence 1726 Small Roses and Plumes ESC 1602 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1382 (£350 - £400)

2550) Sixpence 1703 VIGO ESC 1582 VF or slightly better and toned (£100 - £120)

2551) Sixpence 1705 Plumes ESC 1584A Later Shields GVF and with an attractive grey tone (£270 - £320)

2558) Sixpence 1728 Roses and Plumes ESC 1606 Near EF (£180 - £200)

2559) Sixpence 1736 ESC 1747 GVF toned with small edge cracks and some thin scratches on the portrait (£400 £450) 2552) Sixpence 1707 After Union ESC 1587A S.3619 with BR.FRA as on the Pre-Union coins, also, Nearer VF than Fine with gold tone, Ex-P.Cattermole collection, only the second and by far the finest example we have offered, superior to the example in the Alfred Bole collection, listed as R2 by ESC, this seems conservative in view of the numbers seen, indeed the accompanying old Spink collector’s ticket states ‘First ever seen’, now listed at £450 by Spink in Fine with no prices given for higher grades (£650 - £850)

2553) Sixpence 1707 Plain ESC 1587 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£350 - £400)

2560) Sixpence 1739 Roses ESC 1612 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£400 - £500)

2561) Sixpence 1739 Roses, O over R in GEORGIVS ESC 1612A NVF, Very Rare (£150 - £200)

2562) Sixpence 1741 Roses ESC 1613 EF and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£350 - £400)

2554) Sixpence 1707 Plumes ESC 1590 EF nicely toned with light haymarking (£500 - £600) 2563) Sixpence 1750 ESC 1620 About VF (£140 - £160)

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2564) Sixpence 1750 ESC 1620 UNC or near so the reverse with light cabinet friction (£375 - £425)

2565) Sixpence 1751 ESC 1621 Fine/NVF with grey tone, Very Rare (£140 - £160) 2566) Sixpence 1819 Small 8 ESC 1636A A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£100 - £120) 2567) Sixpence 1824 ESC 1657 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£100 - £120)

2568) Sixpence 1824 ESC 1657 UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£220 - £260)

2578) Sixpence 1839 ESC 1684 Choice UNC with even grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£400 - £450)

2579) Sixpence 1842 ESC 1688 A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse lightly rubbed on the portrait (£250 - £300) 2580) Sixpence 1843 ESC 1689 EF/GEF toned the obverse with a few small spots (£220 - £260) 2581) Sixpence 1844 ESC 1690 GVF/NEF with some hairlines (£140 - £160) 2582) Sixpence 1845 ESC 1691 EF/AU the reverse with some heavier contact marks (£150 - £175) 2583) Sixpence 1845 ESC 1691 Lustrous UNC or near so with hints of golden tone (£150 - £250)

2569) Sixpence 1825 as ESC 1659 I in GEORGIUS a reversed 1 A/UNC and attractively toned (£150 - £200)

2584) Sixpence 1848 8 over 7, as always with this variety the 7 appears over the top of the 8, ESC 1693B GEF, by some distance the finest we have handled, rated R3 by ESC must surely be one of the finest remaining examples (£1,300 - £1,600)

2570) Sixpence 1825 ESC 1659 A/UNC and lustrous with some minor rim nicks (£120 - £150) 2571) Sixpence 1825 ESC 1659 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£150 - £200)

2572) Sixpence 1825 ESC 1659 I in GEORGIUS and both I’s in BRITANNIAR have no top left serif Choice UNC with deep tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£425 - £550)

2573) Sixpence 1829 ESC 1666 EF with some digs on the obverse (£100 - £120) 2574) Sixpence 1831 ESC 1670 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£150 - £200) 2575) Sixpence 1831 ESC 1670 UNC with a deep golden tone and a few very light contact marks (£120 - £150) 2576) Sixpence 1831 Plain Edge Proof ESC 1672 UNC or near so and lustrous with some hairlines and contact marks (£150 - £300)

2585) Sixpence 1850 5 over 3 ESC 1695A About UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Ex-Roland Harris Collection London Coin Auction A124 Feb 28 2009 Lot 912 (£250 - £350)

2586) Sixpence 1852 ESC 1697 NEF with a light scuff on the obverse (£140 - £160) 2587) Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698 UNC with minor cabinet friction (£170 - £220)

2588) Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698 UNC, a choice piece, sharp and lustrous with prooflike fields, a most attractive example (£250 - £300)

2577) Sixpence 1834 ESC 1674 UNC or near so with some gold toning obverse (£125 - £250)

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2595) Sixpence 1859 ESC 1708 UNC or near so with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£270 - £320) 2596) Sixpence 1860 ESC 1709 UNC and lustrous (£220 - £260)

2589) Sixpence 1854 ESC 1700 Good Fine with a thin scratch on the obverse , Very Rare (£800 - £1,000)

2597) Sixpence 1862 ESC 1711 A/UNC and lustrous, Very Rare (£1,200 - £1,500)

2598) Sixpence 1866 ESC 1715 Die Number 23 EF (£100 - £120) 2590) Sixpence 1854 ESC 1700 GVF/NEF with some hairlines, Extremely rare (£1,000 - £1,250)

2599) Sixpence 1879 ESC 1736 Die Number 3 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£100 - £150) 2600) Sixpence 1881 Normal Date ESC 1740 A/UNC and attractive toned with only light friction to the high points, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£110 - £140)

2591) Sixpence 1854 ESC 1700 VG the reverse slightly better, unevenly toned, Very Rare (£250 - £350)

2601) Sixpence 1887 Withdrawn Type, R over I in VICTORIA Davies 1152, UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£130 - £160)

2602) Sixpence 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£300 - £350)

2592) Sixpence 1856 ESC 1702 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£300 - £400)

2603) Sixpence 1888 Reverse B Davies 1162 Choice UNC with olive and gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 18 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £150) 2604) Sixpence 1890 Davies 1167 dies 1E UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£110 - £140)

2593) Sixpence 1858 Davies 1058 dies 2A. Obverse: I of GRATIA points right of a bead. 10 1/2 teeth date spacing, UNC and beautifully toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£450 - £500)

2605) Sixpence 1893 Veiled Head ESC 1762 Davies 1180 dies 1A, Choice UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 21 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-NGC MS64 Cheshire Collection, this recorded at the time of slabbing, the ticket no longer with the coin (£100 - £150) 2606) Sixpence 1896 ESC 1766 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£150 - £175) 2607) Sixpence 1901 ESC 1771 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£120 - £140)

2594) Sixpence 1859 ESC 1708 the 5 with a diagonal upright and resembling a 3, the date confirmed by the second I of GRATIA pointing right of a rim tooth not directly to a tooth as the 1839 coins, EF with a light deposit on the edge only traces of which are visible when the coin is viewed face on (£100 - £120)

2608) Sixpence 1911 ESC 1795 Davies 1862 Dies 2A. Obverse I of BRITT points to a space. Reverse Colon of FID points to a bead, Choice UNC and with a deep golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of just 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Peter.J.Davies Collection London Coin Auction A124 28 Feb 2009 Lot 1345 (£125 - £175)

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2609) Sixpence 1913 ESC 1798 Choice UNC with a deep tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 24 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£100 - £150)

2626) Sixpences (4) 1826 Lion on Crown ESC 1662 VF toned, 1886 ESC 1748, EF toned with some small rim nicks, 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 (2) Lustrous A/UNC, and Toned A/UNC (£170 - £220)

2610) Sixpence 1952 ESC 1838F UNC with golden tone (£100 - £120)

2627) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG (£300 - £400)

2611) Sixpences (2) 1697 Third Bust, Large Crowns ESC 1566 GEF and lustrous with some haymarking, struck slightly off-centre, 1697B First Bust, Later Harp, Small Crowns ESC 1555 VF with signs of die clashing below the bust, this, unusually, with upright die alignment (£250 - £300) 2612) Sixpences (2) 1723 SSC Small Lettering on obverse, ESC 1600 About VF/GVF, 1739 Roses ESC 1612 VF/GVF with grey tone (£270 - £320) 2613) Sixpences (2) 1731 Roses and Plumes ESC 1607 VF with a small scratch in the obverse field, 1746 LIMA 6 over 5 ESC 1618A, GVF, Ex-Cattermole collection (£160 - £200) 2614) Sixpences (2) 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626 GEF and colourfully toned, 1787 Hearts ESC 1629 EF (£100 - £120) 2615) Sixpences (2) 1817 ESC 1632 UNC with old golden tone, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1952, Seaby No.1632 3/6’, 1818 ESC 1634 GEF with old golden tone, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1952, Seaby No.1634 5/-’ (£100 - £120) 2616) Sixpences (2) 1841 ESC 1687 GVF with some hairlines, 1846 ESC 1692 VF GVF lightly cleaned (£250 - £300) 2617) Sixpences (2) 1857 Longer line below PENCE ESC 1705 NVF, 1880 ESC 1737C NEF/GVF with some thin scratches (£120 - £140)

2628) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Mount (£500 - £600) 2629) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Mount (£500 - £600) 2630) Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VG/Near Fine, Ex-Mount (£500 - £600) 2631) Sovereign 1818 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, struck in 22 carat gold, 8.26 grammes Lustrous UNC (£225 - £275) 2632) Sovereign 1818 Marsh 2 VG the reverse slightly better (£750 - £850) 2633) Sovereign 1819 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, struck in 22 carat gold, 8.32 grammes Lustrous UNC (£225 - £275) 2634) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 Bright VG/Near Fine (£350 - £450) 2635) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 GVF Ex-Mount (£400 - £500) 2636) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 Near Fine/Good Fine (£350 - £450) 2637) Sovereign 1820 Closed 2 Marsh 4 VG the reverse slightly better (£300 - £400)

2618) Sixpences (2) 1872 ESC 1726 Die Number 44 EF/About EF with some edge nicks, 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 About EF (£180 - £220)

2638) Sovereign 1820 Date figures close with closed 2 and normal arrangement (as Bentley 946) VG ex-mount (£200 - £275)

2619) Sixpences (2) 1888 ESC 1756 UNC and lustrous, lightly toned, 1889 ESC 1757 UNC lightly toned with minor cabinet friction (£100 - £120)

2639) Sovereign 1820 Marsh 4 Closed 2 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275)

2620) Sixpences (3) 1705 Plumes, Early shield ESC 1584 VG/ NF, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Cutler St. in London 1973 £3’, 1711 Small Lis ESC 1596 NVF toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1951, Seaby No.1596, 5/-.’, 1746 LIMA as ESC 1618 the 6 double struck, NEF nicely toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1946, Seaby No.1618 6/-’ (£100 £120) 2621) Sixpences (3) 1746 LIMA ESC 1618 VF or slightly better, 1757 ESC 1622 NEF toned, 1758 ESC 1623 NEF/GVF (£170 - £220) 2622) Sixpences (3) 1882 ESC 1743 GF/Fine, Rare, 1883 ESC 1744 NEF, 1884 ESC 1745 VF (£160 - £200)

2640) Sovereign 1820 Marsh 4 open 2 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 2641) Sovereign 1820 Marsh 4 open 2 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 2642) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£300 - £350)

2643) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 in an LCGS holder slabbed and graded LCGS 75, A/UNC the fields prooflike, with much eye appeal (£2,000 - £3,000)

2623) Sixpences (3) 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 GEF/EF with a dig in the obverse field, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn Reverse ESC 1752 AU/GEF, the reverse with a slightly uneven tone, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn Reverse, ESC 1752 A/UNC gilded (£140 - £160) 2624) Sixpences (3) 1894 ESC 1764 NEF with a dig on the reverse, 1895 ESC 1765 A/UNC the obverse with some contact marks, 1899 ESC 1769 About VF (£140 - £160) 2625) Sixpences (3) 1904 ESC 1788 NVF, 1917 ESC 1802 NEF with some edge nicks, 1927 Second Reverse Proof ESC 1816 nFDC toned (£130 - £160)

2644) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 VG Ex-Jewellery (£260 - £320) 2645) Sovereign 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4, Near Fine/Fine (£350 £450) 2646) Sovereign 1820 Open 2, Marsh 4 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200

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- £275) 2647) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 Fine/Good Fine Ex-Jewellery with a mount have been removed from the top (£200 - £275)

2648) Sovereign 1821 Marsh 5 VF the reverse better, with a few small rim nicks (£950 - £1,250) 2659) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 Fine with a G stamped below the bust (£200 - £275)

2660) Sovereign 1829 Marsh 14 VF/GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£850 - £950)

2649) Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 VF/About VF (£750 - £1,250)

2661) Sovereign 1831 First Bust, Nose points to second N in BRITANNIAR Marsh 16 GVF (£2,700 - £3,200) 2650) Sovereign 1823 Marsh 7 Near Fine with some surface damage, Very Rare (£350 - £450)

2662) Sovereign 1832 First Bust Marsh 17A Fine/NVF the obverse lightly rubbed, Rare (£900 - £1,200) 2651) Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 VG with two scuffs on the reverse and a dig on the obverse (£275 - £350)

2652) Sovereign 1825 Laureate Head Marsh 9 About VF, Rare (£1,500 - £2,000) 2663) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 GF/NVF (£800 £1,000)

2653) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Fine, cleaned with scuffs on the obverse rim (£200 - £275) 2654) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Good Fine with some old scuffs (£300 - £500) 2655) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275)

2664) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58, a lustrous coin with good eye appeal, seems conservatively graded (£1,900 - £2,200)

2656) Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 2657) Sovereign 1827 Marsh 12 Fine (£300 - £500)

2658) Sovereign 1827 Marsh 12 VF/GVF (£850 - £950) 2665) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 NEF (£1,100 -

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(£200 - £275)

£1,400)

2675) Sovereign 1841 Marsh 24 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, a key date rarity of the Young Head series (£7,000 £10,000)

2666) Sovereign 1832 Second Bust Marsh 17 VG, Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275)

2667) Sovereign 1833 Marsh 18 GVF with some scratches and contact marks (£500 - £750)

2676) Sovereign 1841 Marsh 24 in an NGC holder and graded XF40 (£9,000 - £11,000)

2668) Sovereign 1833 Marsh 18 VG Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 2669) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 Fine/Good Fine (£300 - £500)

2670) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 in an NGC holder and graded AU50 (£850 - £950)

2671) Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 VF and loop mounted (£300 £450)

2672) Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, Very Rare (£350 - £550)

2673) Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23 Fine or better, slabbed and graded LCGS 30, Very Rare (£1,200 - £1,500)

2674) Sovereign 1841 Fantasy Restrike by the Pobjoy Mint, struck in 22 carat gold, 8.10 grammes Lustrous UNC

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2690) Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 Fine (£200 - £275) 2677) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 About Fine/Fine with some red tone (£200 - £275) 2678) Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2679) Sovereign 1842 Open 2 S.3852 Fine, scarce (£350 - £450)

2691) Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 Good Fine (£200 - £275)

2692) Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£450 - £550)

2680) Sovereign 1842 Open 2 S.3852 NEF/GVF Rare (£800 £1,000)

2693) Sovereign 1850 Roman 1 S.3852C GF/NVF Rare (£500 - £600)

2681) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 Bright About Fine (£200 - £275) 2682) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2683) Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 NVF the obverse with some surface marks (£250 - £300) 2694) Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 NEF (£200 - £275) 2684) Sovereign 1843 Second I in BRITANNIARUM is a reversed 1 (no top left serif) GVF/NEF (£350 - £400)

2695) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 GVF (£200 - £300)

2696) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 NEF/GVF (£400 - £500)

2685) Sovereign 1844 Marsh 27 Fine (£200 - £275)

2686) Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 (£750 - £850)

2697) Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 VF with some light surface marks on the reverse (£200 - £300) 2698) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2699) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C GVF/NEF (£200 £275) 2700) Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C VF (£200 - £275)

2687) Sovereign 1846 Marsh 29 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2688) Sovereign 1847 Marsh 30 Fine (£200 - £275)

2689) Sovereign 1848 Second (Larger) Head S.3852C GVF with a small edge nick (£350 - £400)

2701) Sovereign 1854 WW Incuse S.3852D Fine, the obverse with some scratches (£200 - £275) 2702) Sovereign 1854 WW Incuse S.3852D Fine/Good Fine with some rim nicks (£200 - £275) 2703) Sovereign 1855 WW Incuse S.3852D Good Fine (£200 £275) 2704) Sovereign 1855 WW Incuse S.3852D NVF (£200 - £275) 2705) Sovereign 1855 WW Raised S.3852C Bright VF or better the obverse with some contact marks (£200 - £275) 2706) Sovereign 1856 Marsh 39 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275)

2707) Sovereign 1857 Marsh 40 GVF (£350 - £400)

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- £275) 2726) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2727) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 VF (£200 - £275) 2728) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date S.3852D NEF (£200 - £275) 2708) Sovereign 1858 Marsh 41 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2709) Sovereign 1859 Marsh 42 Fine (£200 - £275)

2710) Sovereign 1859 Marsh 42 GVF (£350 - £400)

2729) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date S.3852D VF (£200 - £300) 2730) Sovereign 1863 No Die Number Marsh 46 NVF/VF (£200 - £275) 2731) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 22 in a LCGS ‘yellow ticket’ holder Cleaned EF (£200 - £275) 2732) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 49 GF/NVF (£200 - £300) 2733) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 58 GF/VF (£200 - £300) 2734) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 78 About VF/VF (£200 - £275)

2711) Sovereign 1860 Marsh 43 Good Fine (£200 - £300) 2712) Sovereign 1860 Marsh 43 NVF/VF (£200 - £275) 2713) Sovereign 1860 Marsh 43 VF/About VF (£200 - £275) 2714) Sovereign 1861 E of DEI over a higher E NVF/VF (£200 - £275)

2715) Sovereign 1861 E of DEI over an E further to the right LCGS variety 8, EF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£800 - £1,000)

2735) Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 90 VF or better, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£300 - £350) 2736) Sovereign 1868 Marsh 52 Die Number 12 Fine, the reverse with a small x scratched to the left of the crown (£200 £300) 2737) Sovereign 1869 Marsh 53 Die Number 30 NVF cleaned (£200 - £300) 2738) Sovereign 1870 Marsh 54 Die Number 90 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2739) Sovereign 1871S George and the Dragon, Small BP, S.3858A slabbed and graded LCGS 20 (£200 - £275) 2740) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse Marsh 69 NVF/GVF with a scuff on the obverse (£200 - £275)

2741) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW Incuse, S.3855A NEF/EF and lustrous, a one-year type (£400 - £500) 2716) Sovereign 1861 E of DEI over high E, LCGS variety 06, Good Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 35 (£200 - £275) 2717) Sovereign 1861 E of DEI overstruck, LCGS variety 05 VF/ GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£200 - £275) 2718) Sovereign 1861 F over higher F in DEF LCGS Variety 04 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20 (£200 - £275) 2719) Sovereign 1861 Marsh 44 Bright About VF the obverse with some contact marks (£200 - £275) 2720) Sovereign 1861 Marsh 44 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275)

2742) Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW Incuse, S.3855A NEF/EF and lustrous, the obverse with contact marks, a one-year type (£360 - £420)

2721) Sovereign 1861 Marsh 44 NEF with an edge bruise (£200 - £275) 2722) Sovereign 1862 Close Date Marsh 45 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2723) Sovereign 1862 Close Date Marsh 45 VF the reverse slightly better (£200 - £275) 2724) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 About GF/NVF (£200 - £275)

2743) Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon Marsh 85 UNC or near so and lustrous with minor contact marks (£350 £450)

2725) Sovereign 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 About VF/VF (£200

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2759) Sovereign 1876 Marsh 88 A/UNC, lustrous and with prooflike fields (£350 - £450)

2744) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 56 Die Number 26 GF/NVF (£200 - £275) 2745) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 56 Die Number 45 NVF (£200 £275) 2746) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 56 Die Number 45 VF/GVF (£200 - £275) 2747) Sovereign 1872 Marsh 56 Die Number 7 NVF/VF (£200 - £275) 2748) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse Marsh 56 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £300) 2749) Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, No Die Number, Marsh 47 GVF/NEF (£200 - £275) 2750) Sovereign 1872M Shield Reverse Marsh 59 Good Fine (£200 - £275) 2751) Sovereign 1873 George and the Dragon Marsh 86 VF with some contact marks (£200 - £300)

2760) Sovereign 1876M George and the Dragon Marsh 98 NVF/ VF with some contact marks (£200 - £300) 2761) Sovereign 1876S George and the Dragon Marsh 115 GF/ NVF (£200 - £300) 2762) Sovereign 1877M George and the Dragon Marsh 99 NVF (£200 - £300) 2763) Sovereign 1877S Shield Reverse Marsh 73 GF/VF (£200 - £275) 2764) Sovereign 1878S Shield Reverse Marsh 74 VF/GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£280 - £320)

2765) Sovereign 1879 Marsh 90 VF or slightly better with some surface marks, Very Rare (£1,100 - £1,400)

2752) Sovereign 1873 S George and the Dragon Marsh 112 GF (£200 - £275) 2753) Sovereign 1873 Shield Reverse Marsh 57, Die Number 6, VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£280 - £320) 2754) Sovereign 1873S George and the Dragon Marsh 112 NEF slabbed and graded LCGS 55, the second finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£260 - £320) 2755) Sovereign 1873S Shield Reverse Marsh 71 Fine/Good Fine (£200 - £275)

2756) Sovereign 1874M George and the Dragon Marsh 96 About EF/EF with small rim nicks (£350 - £400)

2766) Sovereign 1879M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 GF/NVF (£200 - £275) 2767) Sovereign 1879M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 GVF with a scuff on the obverse (£200 - £275) 2768) Sovereign 1879M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 VF heavily cleaned (£200 - £275) 2769) Sovereign 1879M Horse with medium tail S.3859D GVF/ NEF with contact marks (£200 - £275) 2770) Sovereign 1879S George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, Small BP, S.3858A VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 40 (£200 - £275)

2757) Sovereign 1874M Shield Reverse Marsh 60 NVF/GVF (£200 - £275)

2758) Sovereign 1875M George and the Dragon Marsh 97 NEF with two small spots in the Queen’s hair (£350 - £400)

2771) Sovereign 1879S Horse with long tail S.3858A NVF/VF (£200 - £275) 2772) Sovereign 1879S Shield Marsh 75 GF/VF with some small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 2773) Sovereign 1879S Shield Marsh 75 NEF/EF with two light edge bruises (£200 - £275) 2774) Sovereign 1880 8 over 7, Horse with long tail S.3856D Bright NVF (£200 - £275) 2775) Sovereign 1880 8 over 7, Horse with long tail S.3856D Good Fine Ex-Jewellery (£200 - £275) 2776) Sovereign 1880 WW buried in truncation, Horse with short tail, Small B.P. in exergue S.3856B NVF/VF (£200 - £300)

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2777) Sovereign 1880M George and the Dragon Marsh 102 EF with some contact marks (£300 - £350) 2778) Sovereign 1880M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 NVF (£200 - £275) 2779) Sovereign 1880M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 VF or better with contact marks (£200 - £275) 2780) Sovereign 1880M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 VF with contact marks (£200 - £275) 2781) Sovereign 1880M Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 VF with some contact marks (£200 £275)

2782) Sovereign 1880S Normal B.P. Marsh 117 GEF/AU and lustrous (£350 - £450)

2793) Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail, Small B.P. in exergue VF (£200 - £300) 2794) Sovereign 1885S George and the Dragon Marsh 122 NEF with some small edge nicks (£200 - £275) 2795) Sovereign 1885S Shield Marsh 81 GEF with some contact marks on the obverse (£275 - £375) 2796) Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon, Marsh 108, NVF/VF (£200 - £300) 2797) Sovereign 1886S Shield Marsh 82 About EF/GEF (£350 - £400) 2798) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head First Bust Marsh 125, S.3866 VF/GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£200 £275)

2799) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof S.3866B UNC ExJewellery the fields now smoothed in some areas and with hairlines (£2,250 - £2,750)

2783) Sovereign 1880S Shield Marsh 76 Good Fine with some scuffs (£200 - £275) 2784) Sovereign 1880S Shield Marsh 76 Good Fine, the reverse a little better (£200 - £275) 2785) Sovereign 1881M George and the Dragon, WW buried in truncation, Horse with Long tail, Small B.P. in exergue S.3857 NVF (£200 - £300) 2786) Sovereign 1881M George and the Dragon, WW buried in truncation, Horse with Medium tail, Small B.P. in exergue S.3857D EF (£200 - £275) 2787) Sovereign 1881M Shield Marsh 62 NVF/GVF the obverse with some old scratches (£200 - £275) 2788) Sovereign 1881S George and the Dragon, No BP, Marsh 118B NEF (£350 - £400)

2800) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 Bright NVF (£200 - £275) 2801) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 Good Fine (£200 £275) 2802) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£200 - £275)

2803) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head S.3866 UNC (£450 - £550)

2789) Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail, Small B.P. in exergue GVF/VF and lustrous with some contact marks (£200 £300) 2790) Sovereign 1884M George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, horse with Short tail, Marsh 106, S.3857B (£200 - £300) 2791) Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse Marsh 65 GVF/NEF with traces of lustre (£200 - £300)

2804) Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Small spread J.E.B with hooked J, stops at base of letters, S.3866A, DISH L2 NEF/ EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£400 - £500)

2792) Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon, WW complete on truncation, Horse with short tail, Small B.P. in exergue UNC or near so and lustrous with light contact marks (£350 - £450)

2805) Sovereign 1887 M Young Head, George and the Dragon, Marsh 109About EF with some contact marks and edge nicks (£300 - £400) 2806) Sovereign 1887M Jubilee Head First Bust S.3867A EF

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and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£200 - £275) 2807) Sovereign 1887S Jubilee Head, Small spread JEB S.3868A Good Fine, scratched, Very Rare (£250 - £300) 2808) Sovereign 1888M G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B GEF and lustrous (£320 - £360) 2809) Sovereign 1888M G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B NVF/VF (£200 - £275) 2810) Sovereign 1888S First legend G: of D:G: further from the crown S.3868, DISH S9, EF and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£330 - £360) 2811) Sovereign 1888S First legend S.3838, DISH S9 GEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£320 - £360) 2812) Sovereign 1889M First legend G: of D:G: further from the crown S.3867A, DISH M11, GVF/NEF and lustrous with some contact marks, Rare, superior to the Iverson example (£330 - £360)

2813) Sovereign 1889M G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3867B, A/UNC with some contact marks (£350 - £400)

2822) Sovereign 1890S S.3868B, DISH S14, NEF/EF (£320 £360) 2823) Sovereign 1890S Second legend G: of D:G: closer to the crown S.3868B, DISH S14, NEF and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 - £400) 2824) Sovereign 1891 Horse with long tail S.3866C EF with some edge nicks (£250 - £300) 2825) Sovereign 1891 Horse with long tail S.3866C Fine/VF (£200 - £275) 2826) Sovereign 1891M G: of D:G: closer to crown, horse with longer tail S.3867C Fine/Good Fine, the reverse bright (£200 - £275)

2827) Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 145 A/UNC (£350 £400)

2814) Sovereign 1889M Second legend with G: of D:G: closer to the crown, S.3867B, DISH M10 About EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£200 - £275) 2815) Sovereign 1889S First legend S.3868 Bright Fine, possibly an ex-jewellery piece (£200 - £275) 2816) Sovereign 1889S First legend S.3868 Bright NVF with some surface marks and edge nicks (£200 - £275)

2817) Sovereign 1889S G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3868B, DISH S12, EF/AU and lustrous with some small rim nicks (£320 - £360)

2828) Sovereign 1893M Veiled Head Marsh 153 GVF/NEF with some contact marks (£200 - £275) 2829) Sovereign 1894M Marsh 154 NEF (£300 - £350) 2830) Sovereign 1894S Marsh 163 GVF/NEF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£280 - £320) 2831) Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 UNC and lustrous with a small surface deposit by the date (£350 - £400)

2832) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 A/UNC and lustrous (£350 - £400)

2818) Sovereign 1890 G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3866B, DISH L13, EF and lustrous with some contact marks and small rim nicks, superior to the Iverson example (£330 - £360) 2819) Sovereign 1890M G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£200 - £275) 2820) Sovereign 1890M S.3867B Fine (£200 - £275)

2821) Sovereign 1890S First legend G: of D:G: further from the crown S.3868, DISH S13, VF Very Rare (£500 - £600)

2833) Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 EF, the reverse better, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£280 - £320) 2834) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 EF and lustrous with some contact marks (£350 - £400) 2835) Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 EF/NEF with some contact marks (£250 - £300)

2836) Sovereign 1898M Marsh 158 UNC or near so and lustrous

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with some light contact marks (£320 - £360)

2837) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171 Good Fine with some scratches, the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint (£200 - £300) 2838) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171 Good Fine with some surface marks and edge nicks, the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint (£200 - £300)

2846) Sovereign 1904M Marsh 188 AU/GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£400 - £450) 2847) Sovereign 1909 Marsh 181 NEF (£200 - £300) 2848) Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 GVF/VF (£200 - £275)

2849) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 (£1,200 - £1,400)

2839) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171 NEF with some contact marks, the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint (£400 - £500)

2850) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks, retaining much original brilliance (£850 £950) 2840) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171 NVF/VF the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint (£300 - £400)

2841) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint, GVF/NEF with some small rim nicks, Rare (£350 - £400) 2851) Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 UNC or near so but exjewellery with sign of light tooling in the fields under magnification (£850 - £950) 2852) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£280 - £320) 2853) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 NEF (£200 - £300) 2842) Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 (£450 - £550)

2854) Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 NEF (£200 - £275) 2855) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 A/UNC slabbed LCGS 70 (£280 - £320) 2856) Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 NEF/GVF (£200 - £275) 2857) Sovereign 1913P Marsh 252 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£260 - £320) 2858) Sovereign 1914P Marsh 253 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£270 - £320)

2843) Sovereign 1900 nVF and in a mount (£200 - £300) 2844) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 EF (£300 - £400)

2845) Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 nFDC with a small spot in the reverse field (£500 - £600)

2859) Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£280 - £320) 2860) Sovereign 1916 Marsh 218 EF Scarce (£200 - £275) 2861) Sovereign 1917C Marsh 225 EF with tiny rim nicks, Rare with only 58,875 minted (£200 - £300) 2862) Sovereign 1917M Marsh 235 NEF with a scratch on the obverse and some rim nicks, Scarce (£200 - £275) 2863) Sovereign 1917M Marsh 235 NEF/GVF, Scarce (£200 -

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£275) 2864) Sovereign 1918 C Marsh 226 Scarce with only 106,570 minted EF with some rim nicks (£200 - £275) 2865) Sovereign 1919M Marsh 237 EF, listed as scarce by Marsh, our archive database shows that we have only previously offered one example since 2003, so probably rarer than Marsh suggests (£200 - £350)

2879) Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the first Gold Sovereign nFDC with a thin scratch on the obverse (£550 - £650)

2866) Sovereign 1920P Marsh 259 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£280 - £320) 2867) Sovereign 1920P Marsh 259 NEF with contact marks and a small scratch (£200 - £275) 2868) Sovereign 1924P Marsh 263 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£280 - £320)

2869) Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Very rare, the finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£1,800 - £2,500)

2880) Sovereign 2002 Marsh 316 UNC and lustrous with some contact marks (£300 - £350) 2881) Sovereign 2002 S.SC5 Proof nFDC uncased (£300 - £400) 2882) Sovereign 2009 S.SC7 Lustrous UNC (£200 - £275) 2883) Sovereigns (2) 1818 Marsh 2 VG Ex-Jewellery, 1820 Open 2 Marsh 4 Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£420 - £500) 2884) Sovereigns (2) 1846 Marsh 29 Fine, 1847 Marsh 30 Fine (£400 - £550) 2885) Sovereigns (2) 1847 Marsh 30 Fine/Good Fine, 1848 Large Head Marsh 31 Fine (£400 - £550) 2886) Sovereigns (2) 1850 Marsh 33 VF the obverse cleaned with some scratches, 1860 Marsh 43 Fine/Good Fine with a graze on the reverse rim (£400 - £550)

2870) Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£300 - £350) 2871) Sovereign 1925P Marsh 264 NEF (£200 - £275) 2872) Sovereign 1925SA Marsh 289 GEF with some light contact marks, in a Hallmark box with certificate (£200 - £300) 2873) Sovereign 1927SA Marsh 291 EF and lustrous with small rim nicks (£200 - £300) 2874) Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£270 - £320) 2875) Sovereign 1930P Marsh 269 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£300 - £350) 2876) Sovereign 1931SA Marsh 295 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£280 - £320)

2877) Sovereign 1966 Marsh 304 GEF/UNC (£200 - £275)

2887) Sovereigns (2) 1852 Marsh 35 Fine/Good Fine, 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 Fine/Good Fine the obverse cleaned with some surface marks (£400 - £550) 2888) Sovereigns (2) 1852 Marsh 35 Good Fine, 1853 WW Raised S.3852C VF with a striking flaw on the portrait (£400 - £550) 2889) Sovereigns (2) 1852 Marsh 35 Good Fine, 1861 Marsh 44 GF/NVF with surface marks (£400 - £550) 2890) Sovereigns (2) 1861 Marsh 44 Fine, 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 Fine/Good Fine (£400 - £550) 2891) Sovereigns (2) 1861 Marsh 44 Fine/Good Fine, 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 Fine/Good Fine the obverse cleaned (£400 - £550) 2892) Sovereigns (2) 1861 Marsh 44 Fine/Good Fine, 1863 Marsh 46 Fine/Good Fine (£400 - £550) 2893) Sovereigns (2) 1861 Marsh 44 Fine/Good Fine, 1852 Shield Marsh 35 Fine (£400 - £550) 2894) Sovereigns (2) 1861 Marsh 44 Good Fine with an edge knock, 1862 Wide Date, Good Fine (£400 - £550) 2895) Sovereigns (2) 1861 Marsh 44 Good Fine, 1864 Marsh 49 Due Number 45 Fine (£400 - £550)

2878) Sovereign 1980 Proof uncased Unc (£200 - £275)

2896) Sovereigns (2) 1862 Wide Date Marsh 45 Fine with a depression in the obverse field, 1872 Shield Reverse, Marsh 56 Die Number 16 GF/NVF (£400 - £550) 2897) Sovereigns (2) 1904M Marsh 188 GVF, 1909 Marsh 181 GVF (£400 - £500) 2898) Sovereigns (2) 1907S Marsh Good Fine, 1908 Marsh NVF (£420 - £500) 2899) Sovereigns (2) 1913 Marsh 215 GVF, 1925SA Marsh 289

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NEF and lustrous (£400 - £500) 2900) Sovereigns Jewellers copies (3) 1855, 1861, 1917, the 1855 8.14 grammes, the others of correct weight, purity unknown (£500 - £700) 2901) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 UNC with around 20% lustre (£110 - £130)

2902) Third Farthing 1835 Peck 1477 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£325 - £375)

2903) Third Farthing 1844 Large G in REG Peck 1606 UNC nicely toned with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1444 (£275 - £325)

2914) Threehalfpence 1860 ESC 2260 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1448, the finest known of 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£225 - £275)

2915) Threepence 1838 ESC 2048 UNC with golden tone in the legends, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1453, the second finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£160 - £200) 2916) Threepence 1839 ESC 2049 Near EF (£160 - £200) 2917) Threepence 1841 ESC 2051 NEF/GVF with some hairlines (£220 - £260)

2904) Third Farthing 1881 Peck 1934 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£100 - £120)

2918) Threepence 1842 ESC 2052 EF for wear the flan uneven with some pitting (£230 - £260)

2905) Third Farthing 1884 Peck 1936 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, the joint finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£140 - £160)

2919) Threepence 1870 ESC 2076 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£180 - £220)

2906) Third Guineas (2) 1797 S.3738, 1798 S.3738 both Good Fine, Ex-Mount and gilded (£140 - £160) 2907) Third Guineas (2) 1804 S.3740, 1810 S.3740 both Fine and ex-jewellery (£140 - £160) 2908) Third Guineas (3) 1798 S.3738 VG Ex-Jewellery, 1800 S.3738 Fine with numerous scratches, 1804 S.3740 About Fine, Ex-jewellery (£200 - £275) 2909) Third Guineas (6) 1798 NF, 1800 VG/NF, 1802 VG, 1803 possibly ex-jewellery, 1803 VG or better, 1806 GF gilded, 1810 Fine (£600 - £700) 2910) Third Guineas 1800 S.3738 (2) VG/Fine with heavy surface marks, and VG/Fine with a 3 countermark on the obverse (£140 - £160)

2920) Threepence 1883 ESC 2090 Choice UNC and colourfully toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 8 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£120 - £140) 2921) Threepence 1883 ESC 2090 UNC and lustrous, Threehalfpence 1839 ESC 2255 A/UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks (£105 - £125) 2922) Threepence 1886 ESC 2093 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£100 - £120)

2923) Threepence 1893 Jubilee Head ESC 2103 GEF and rare in this high grade, we note a toned EF example sold for £234 inclusive of buyers premium in our Auction A150 September 2015 sale (£200 - £250)

2911) Three Shilling Bank Token 1811 26 Acorns ESC 408 Lustrous UNC with some light contact marks (£120 - £150) 2912) Three Shilling Bank Token 1815 ESC 423 EF/GEF and attractively toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Butler, Kingston 1953, Seaby No.423 9/-’, One Shilling and Sixpence 1811 ESC 969 GEF/AU with old grey tone, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Butler 1954, Seaby No.969 5/-’ (£100 - £120)

2913) Three Shilling Bank Token 1815 ESC 423 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£250 - £300)

2924) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 Lustrous UNC with some toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£120 - £140) 2925) Twenty Five Pounds Gold Britannia 1997 One Quarter Ounce Gold Proof UNC/nFDC the obverse with some toning in the fields (£225 - £275)

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2926) Two Guineas 1684 S.3335 NVF/VF gilded, with some hairline scratches, the reverse with signs of repair in the fields below the date and on and around HIB (£4,000 £5,000)

2928) Two Guineas 1709 S.3569 VG Ex-Jewellery with a suspension mount attached to the top (£400 - £500)

2927) Two Guineas 1688 8 over 7 S.3399 Near VF a pleasing and collectable example, only the third example we have offered in 14 years, we note we have offered more James II Five Guineas in this time (£11,000 - £13,000)

2929) Two Guineas 1738 S.3667B NEF/EF and lustrous the reverse particularly attractive and retaining original colour (£2,000 - £2,750)

2930) Two Guineas 1739 Intermediate Head S.3668 Fine, Exjewellery (£450 - £550) 2931) Two Guineas 1739 Intermediate Laureate Head S.3668 Fine/Near Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£450 - £550) 2932) Two Pounds 1823 ex jewellery and with a scroll mount attached (£400 - £700)

2933) Two Pounds 1826 Proof S.3799 Good Fine, Ex-Jewellery (£2,000 - £2,500)

2934) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£750 - £1,000)

2935) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£550 - £650)

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2936) Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 NEF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£500 - £550)

2941) Two Pounds 1902 S.3967 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45 (£400 - £600) 2942) Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 bright VF with surface marks (£600 - £700)

2943) Two Pounds 1937 Obverse 5 Proof. Upright of R in GEORGIVS points to a space. Upright of I of VI points to a denticle. Upright of D of IND points to a space. Upright of I of IMP points to a space. UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£900 - £1,200) 2937) Two Pounds 1893 S.3873 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£750 - £1,000)

2944) Two Pounds 1937 Proof S.4075 UNC with some hairlines, retaining much original mint lustre (£850 - £950) 2938) Two Pounds 1893 S.3873 GVF/EF with contact marks (£1,000 - £1,200)

2945) Two Pounds 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SD3 nFDC (£600 - £800) 2939) Two Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3968 nFDC with minor hairlines and a flan flaw on the reverse (£1,000 - £1,200)

English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2946-3224) 2940) Two Pounds 1902 Matt Proof with wide rims, blunt 2 in the date, and the wide 6.25mm date (similar to the current coin) recorded by CGS as Variety 4 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60 (£600 - £800)

2946) A collection 1900 - decimal issues some duplication many from circulation with others in higher grades, Farthings Halfcrowns with one 1937 Crown and a few Maundy Odds (lot) (£400 - £800) 2947) A collection of Pennies to Farthings in an old cabinet (168) Pennies (11), Halfpennies (17). Farthings (140) in mixed grades a few later coins lustrous (£200 - £250)

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2948) A dealers ex-retail stock total ticket price being nearly £4,000 mixed monarchs and denominations many in higher grades (59) (£1,750 - £2,250) 2949) A mixed group with about 80 Silver Threepences including Victorian types, Maundy Odds including George III, LSD from circulation including pre 47 and pre 20 silver and more (lot) (£300 - £500) 2950) A mixed group with Penny 1950 with lustre, some key date George V from circulation Halfcrowns 1925, 1930 (6), Florin 1932 (2) and paper money £36 face but including Lion and Key Five Pounds and Beale and O’Brien One Pounds and 10/- and Canada One Dollar note Beattie Coyne issue mixed grades (£75 - £125) 2951) A mixed group with pre 47 silver £15 face, world crowns, WWI medals, paper money, Medals Victoria YH with London Guildhall 1837 in alabaster framed as per Eimer 1304, and others (lot) (£300 - £500) 2952) Brass Threepences (8) seven in LCGS holders 1941 Sharp Corners Peck 2378 graded LCGS 75, 1943 Peck 2382 graded LCGS 82, 1948 Rounded Corners Peck 2390 graded LCGS 75, 1957 Peck 2498 graded LCGS 80, 1960 Peck 2501C graded LCGS 80, 1963 Peck 2501 I graded LCGS 80, 1964 S.4153 graded LCGS 82, and 1957 in an NGC holder and graded MS65 (£75 - £125) 2953) Brass Threepences a high grade group in an album (58) 1937 (3), 1938, 1939, 1941 (2), 1942 (2), 1943, 1944 (3), 1945, 1948 (3), 1952 (4), 1953 Proof, 1953, 1954 (3), 1955 (7), 1956 (4), 1957, 1958 (3), 1959 (2), 1960, 1961 (4), 1962 (2), 1963 (3), 1964, 1967 (4) A/UNC to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£100 - £150) 2954) Bun Pennies (169), Veiled Head (1), Bun Halfpennies (7), Halfpennies 1834, 1857, in mixed grades (£80 - £100) 2955) CGS slabbed items (19) Halfcrowns (2) 1817 Bull Head, 1942, Silver Threepence 1835, Penny 1902 Low Tide, Farthings (15) 1719 Large 9, 1719 Legend Continuous over bust, Rare, 1734 No Stops Obverse, 1744, 1754, 1822 Obverse 2, 1835 Reverse B 5 over 3, 1848 Reverse C,m 1872 RFG, 1874H 1 over low 1, 1875 4 Berries, Small Date, 1876H Small date, doubled 6, 1878 low second 8, 1879 Ordinary 9, 9 doubled, 1911 Flat neck, all in ‘Yellow ticket’ LCGS holders in mixed grades some EF to UNC, many of the Farthings unrecorded outside of LCGS and would make an interesting study group (£300 - £400)

slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Halfpenny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433, EF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G, UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Penny 1863 Freeman 42 dies 6+G, GEF with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 Good Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 35 (£425 - £725) 2959) Copper and Bronze Victoria issues (75) Pennies (34), Halfpennies (20), Farthings (19), Half Farthings (2), in mixed grades, includes some scarcer dates and types, along with Ireland Halfpenny 1693 VG holed (£160 - £200) 2960) Copper Pennies to Half Farthings Charles II to Victoria (15) includes Halfpenny 1673 No stops Obverse, Halfpenny 1721 1 over 0, and Penny 1831 .W.W VG to Good Fine, also Farthing 1873 EF with traces of lustre as part of a group of Farthings (154) Victoria to Elizabeth II in mixed circulated grades (£150 - £180) 2961) Crown 1887 EF, Double Florins (3) 1887 Roman 1 GF/NVF, 1887 Arabic 1 GVF, 1888 EF and lustrous (£160 - £200) 2962) Crown 1889, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1, Halfcrowns (6) 1918, 1925 (Good Fine), 1944, 1946, 1950, 1951, Florins (5) 1937, 1940, 1942, 1945, 1946, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812, Shillings (2) 1917, 1939S, Sixpences (4) 1937, 1943, 1945, 1946, Silver Threepences (5) 1844, 1937 Proof, 1939, 1940, 1941, Brass Threepence 1937 Proof, Maundy Threepence 1937, Twopence 1838, Maundy Twopences (2) 1894, 1937, Maundy Penny 1894, Penny 1937 Proof, Halfpenny 1937 Proof, Farthing 1937 Proof, Third Farthing 1902, Farthing Charles I Rose (Fine), GVF to Lustrous UNC unless stated (36 coins in lot) (£200 - £300) 2963) Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393 nFDC, Medal Coronation of George VI The official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in silver, Matt finish UNC in the red box of issue (£80 - £100) 2964) Crowns (15) 1818 LVIII, 1819 LIX, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893 LVI, 1895 LIX, 1896 LX (2), 1897 LXI, 1898 LXII, 1900 LXIV, 1935, 1937, last two EF others VG to Fine (£175 - £200) 2965) Crowns (2) 1845, 1897 LXI, Halfcrowns (5) 1846, 1889, 1908, 1910, 1912, last NVF, others VG to Fine (£100 £120)

2956) Copper and Bronze Fractional Farthings - Pennies, George IV - George VI many including Victorian issues with lustre (lot) (£500 - £750)

2966) Crowns (2) 1887 A/UNC and lustrous, 1894 LVII NVF, Double Florins (2) 1887 Roman 1 GVF, 1887 Arabic 1 VF (£180 - £220)

2957) Copper and bronze in CGS holders (9) Halfpennies (8) 1838 Peck 1522 A/UNC and with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1853 Peck 1539 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55, 1854 Peck 1542 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1858 Small date 8 over 7 Peck 1548 Toned UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC with traces of lustre slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1874H Freeman 318 dies 10+J A/ UNC with traces of lustre slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1882H Freeman 347 UNC with traces of lustre slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1890 Freeman 362 dies 17+S Lustrous UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Farthing 1886 Freeman 557 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£400 - £700)

2967) Crowns (250) 1951 (4), 1953 (6), 1965 (133), 1972 (32), 1977 (51), 1980 (6), 1981 (18) EF to UNC a few boxed or in slide cases (£70 - £90)

2958) Copper and Bronze in LCGS holders (8) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Farthing 1746 Peck 887 GVF nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Farthing 1799 3 Berries, Toned UNC,

2968) Crowns (3) 1819 LIX ESC 215 Good Fine, 1889 ESC 299 Davies 484 dies 1C VF, 1897 LXI ESC 313 Good Fine or better (£60 - £120) 2969) Crowns (3) 1887 ESC 296 GEF, 1888 Wide Date ESC 298, Davies 481 dies 1A VG Rare, 1890 ESC 300 GVF with some contact marks and edge knocks (£175 - £200) 2970) Crowns (4) 1821 SECUNDO VG, 1844 Star stops on edge About Fine, 1894 LVII VG/NF, 1896 LIX NF, Double Florin 1890 VG, Halfcrown 1962 GVF and Austria Thaler 1780 Maria Theresa Restrike UNC colourfully toned and prooflike (£90 - £140) 2971) Crowns (4) 1933 NEF, 1935 GEF, 1821 SECUNDO Fine,

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1897 LX VG (£125 - £175) 2972) Crowns 1820, 1844, 1888, 1889, 1892, 1894, and 1898 generally Fine or better (£125 - £175) 2973) Crowns 1935 (15) NVF to A/UNC (£100 - £120) 2974) Crowns 1935 (8), 1951 (14), 1953 (32), 1960 (3), 1965 (124), 1972 (15), 1977 (35), 1980 (9), 1981 (32), EF to UNC Brass Threepences around 600 from a part mint bag UNC, Britain’s First Decimal Coins 1968-71 (5) UNC, plus a further group of GB and Ireland (around 3.2 Kilos) in mixed grades (£250 - £300) 2975) Crowns 1951 (24) EF to UNC in the boxes of issue, a few with labels stuck to the coins (£100 - £120) 2976) Crowns cupro-nickel 1965 - 81 (200) EF - Unc, Crowns 1960 (2), 1953 (14), 1951 (8) VF - Unc, Plastic Sets 1953 (2) one toned, Farthings (160) from circulation George VI cupro- Halfcrowns and Florins (16) (£75 - £150) 2977) Crowns to Farthings (24) comprising Crowns (2) 1845, 1937, Halfcrowns (4) 1937, 1939, 1943 (2), Florins (2) 1942, 1944, Shillings (2) 1944E, 1946S, Maundy Fourpence 1864, Silver Threepences (3) 1917, 1918, 1919, Penny 1854 PT, Halfpennies (6) 1721, 1749, 1753, 1806 (2, one with the reverse showing some recutting), 1855, Farthings (3) 1736, 1754, 1807, in mixed grades, some later dates EF (£90 - £120) 2978) Crowns to Farthings George IV to Elizabeth II (266), largely base metal with a few in silver, some of the bronze with scarcer die pairings, in mixed grades some later coins lustrous (£100 - £200) 2979) Crowns to Fractional Farthings Charles II to Elizabeth II (lot) mostly copper and bronze includes Penny 1860 Freeman 1 Fair, a few in silver, in mixed grades a few holed (£300 - £400) 2980) Crowns to Threehalfpences William III to George VI (23) mostly minors in silver, in mixed grades to GVF, along with Penny 1901 EF (£200 - £250) 2981) Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 GEF/AU nicely toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Xmas present from De.1959 16/-’, Halfcrown 1902 EF/GEF nicely toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘ Seaby No.746 Seaby Xmas 1955 17/6’, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head NEF/ EF toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1946 Seaby No.868 6/6’, Florin 1932 About Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Kingston Coin Club Auction June-1970 45/-’ (£100 - £150) 2982) Double Florins (2) 1889 Second I in VICTORIA an inverted 1, 1890, Halfcrowns (6) 1816, 1817, 1818, 1884, 1907, 1910, Florins (9) 1858, 1884, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1895, 1906, 1914, 1917, 1924, 1931, Shillings (5) Edward VI Fine silver issue S.2482 mintmark y (creased), 1709, 1711, 1816, 1817 unbarred H in HONI, Sixpences (13) 1697 Third Bust (Poor), 1757, 1758, 1816, 1817, 1829, 1866 Die Number 44, 1872 Die Number 45, 1885, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1888, 1889, 1896, Maundy Threepence 1762, Farthings (2) 1821, 1838, in mixed grades to VF (£250 - £300) 2983) Double Florins (3) 1887 Arabic 1 EF, 1889 NVF, 1890 GVF/ NEF, Halfcrowns (4) 1887 Jubilee Head (2) GEF/AU toned and NEF, 1889 EF, 1909 NVF, Florins (5) 1887 Jubilee Head GVF, 1923 GVF/NEF, 1935 A/UNC and lustrous, 1936 (2) GVF and Lustrous EF/AU, Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type A/UNC toned, Silver Threepences 1887 Jubilee Head (4) GVF to NEF (£200 - £250)

2984) Double Florins 1887 (4) Arabic 1 (3), Roman 1 (1) VF to EF, Halfcrowns Victoria to George VI (35) in mixed grades some EF and lustrous (£300 - £350) 2985) Double Florins in LCGS holders (3) 1887 Roman 1 ESC 394 About UNC with golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1887 Arabic 1 ESC 395 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1890 ESC 399, GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£275 - £325) 2986) Evasions, Contemporary Counterfeits (15) George II and George III VG to NF, along with Ireland Woods Halfpenny 1723 holed in two places Fine, and Ireland Penny Token 19th Century, date worn VG (£50 - £60) 2987) Farthings (10) 1862, 1864, 1868, 1873, 1884, 1888, 1890, 1891, 1897, 1897 Bright Finish EF to ABU some with good lustre (£125 - £150) 2988) Farthings (121) Charles II to Elizabeth II, the majority are 20th Century and lustrous, also Fractional Farthings (12) 1844 to 1913 in mixed grades to EF, and a Ionian Islands Lepton this worn (£150 - £200) 2989) Farthings (15) 1675, 1699 Date in Exergue, 1750, 1754, 1806, 1826 First type, 1830, 1834 Reverse A, 1835 Reverse B, 1836, 1837, 1854, 1855 WW Incuse, 1857, 1858 in mixed grades VG to GVF (£100 - £150) 2990) Farthings (20) 1825, 1843, 1860 Beaded Border, 1873, 1884, 1886, 1890, 1893, 1901, 1911, 1912, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, EF to UNC many with lustre (£50 - £100) 2991) Farthings (24) 1883, 1884, 1893, 1904, 1911, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923 (3), 1924 (2), 1925, 1928 (3), 1931, 1939, 1950 (2), 1951 EF to UNC with lustre (£40 £70) 2992) Farthings (27) 1825, 1839, 1840, 1853, 1860 Beaded Border, 1873, 1875H, 1881H, 1882H, 1884, 1886, 1890, 1891, 1900, 1901 (2), 1902, 1909, 1913, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1927 EF to UNC some with lustre (£100 - £120) 2993) Farthings (37) and Fractional Farthings (14) in a Lindner Tray, Charles II to George V, in mixed grades, includes some useful pieces (£250 - £300) 2994) Farthings (4) 1881H Type B, LCGS Variety 06, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1881H Type F, LCGS Variety 10, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1884 Freeman 569 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1885 Freeman 555 dies 7+F, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£300 - £350) 2995) Farthings (6) 1694 (3) two with unbarred A’s in BRITANNIA, 1719, 1720, 1774 in mixed grades VG to GF (£30 - £50) 2996) Farthings (82) mostly wrens with a couple of George V A/ UNC to UNC the vast majority lustrous (£40 - £60) 2997) Farthings 1873 (10) UNC and choice in CGS slabs, High 3 (6), Low 3 (4) grades CGS 80 to CGS 85 (£500 - £600) 2998) Farthings 1888 (19) A/UNC to UNC mostly lustrous some with toning (£250 - £300) 2999) Farthings 1888 (19) A/UNC to UNC mostly lustrous some with toning (£250 - £300) 3000) Farthings 1888 (20) A/UNC to UNC mostly lustrous some with toning (£300 - £400) 3001) Farthings 1888 (20) A/UNC to UNC mostly lustrous some

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with toning (£300 - £400) 3002) Farthings 1888 (20) A/UNC to UNC mostly lustrous some with toning (£300 - £400) 3003) Farthings in LCGS holders (2) 1873 High 3 in date Freeman 524, UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£150 - £175) 3004) Farthings in LCGS holders (5) 1735 Peck 863 Good Fine slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1739 Peck 869 Good Fine slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1744 Peck 886 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 40, 1746 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1749 Peck 889 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 50 (£230 - £260) 3005) Farthings in LCGS holders (8) 1840 Peck 1559 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 496 dies 1+A A/UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1860 Toothed Border 4 Berries, Freeman 499 dies 2+B EF with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1873 High 3 in date LCGS variety 01, Choice UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1874H Freeman 525 dies 4+C UNC or near so with traces of lustre, 1882H Broken F in F:D: Freeman 549 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1886 Freeman 557 dies 7+F, lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1890 Close Date, LCGS variety 02, by far the scarcer of the two main types, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£300 £500) 3006) Farthings James I and Charles I Richmond, Lennox and Maltravers types (8) Fine to VF, many with good provenance Shuttlewood, C.Cooke and P.Finn (£160 £200) 3007) Farthings Victoria to Elizabeth II (98) includes a few earlier pieces, in mixed grades, most issue from 1930s onwards are lustrous, also Half Farthing 1843 NEF and Third Farthing 1835 VG (£200 - £250) 3008) Florin 1887 Jubilee Head, Shillings 1911, Sixpences (3) 1888, 1902, 1911 UNC the first two toned, others lustrous, a pleasing group (£100 - £120) 3009) Florin 1907 EF as part of a group of GB Crowns to Farthings includes Victorian silver issues, in mixed grades (lot) (£275 - £350) 3010) Florins (10) 1904, 1914 (3), 1916, 1918 (2), 1935, 1940, 1942, Halfcrowns (2) 1889, 1923 in mixed grades some EF and lustrous (£240 - £280) 3011) Florins (4) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1901, 1903, 1923 EF to A/ UNC (£75 - £100) 3012) Florins (4) 1914, 1916, 1918, 1923 EF to A/UNC and lustrous (£75 - £125) 3013) Florins (46) Victoria Gothics to George VI, all but two in silver, includes 1905, in mixed grades some later dates in EF (£400 - £500) 3014) Florins (49) Victoria to Elizabeth II many including .925 examples in collectable grades, in mixed grades some EF (£270 - £320) 3015) Florins (5) 1881, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886 VF to EF (£200 - £300) 3016) Florins (6) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1901, 1903, 1916, 1918, 1923 NEF to GEF (£120 - £150)

3017) Florins (8) 1849 GVF/NEF, 1853 GF/NVF, 1857 GF/NVF, 1859 No Stop after date VF, 1869 Die Number 15 NVF/ VF, 1874 Die Number 23 GVF toned, 1875 Die Number 52 GF/NVF, 1878 Die Number 55 GF (£175 - £275) 3018) Florins (9) 1914, 1918, 1921, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1945, 1946, the 1914 and 1921 NF and NVG, the others GVF to GEF and lustrous, Pennies (72), Halfpennies (50), Farthings (128) (£50 - £75) 3019) GB a wide ranging group (46) includes Halfcrown 1708E, Shillings William III worn, 1711, also Hammered Halfcrown to Pennies (38) also Jettons (3) and weights (2) in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 3020) GB and a few World in an album (54) Farthing Charles I Rose, Fine, as part of a group of Victoria to George VI many EF or better with some later pieces lustrous (£215 - £275) 3021) GB and a few World in an Library-style album (58) 19th and 20th Century includes silver Florins, Shillings, Sixpences and Groats, in mixed grades with many collectable examples some EF or better (£100 - £150) 3022) GB and a few World largely 20th Century with a few earlier pieces, housed in 4 Lindner trays and a tin includes some pre-1947 Silver Florins, Shillings and Sixpences, in mixed grades a few later dates lustrous (£90 - £120) 3023) GB and World 19th and 20th Century includes some token issues (around 2.3 Kilos) (£50 - £100) 3024) GB and World a small group in silver (24) 1887 to date includes many in EF to UNC, along with Proof Sets (4) 1970 (3), 1977 nFDC to FDC with light toning, First Decimal/Last £sd set 1967-1971 (12 coins) UNC in a slide case, Isle of Man Mint Set 1976 Silver set (6 coins) BU cased, Pre-Decimal mostly 20th Century and in base metal Crowns to Farthings (around 6.5 Kilos) in mixed grades (£200 - £300) 3025) GB and World in a black lockable plastic cabinet, with key Ancient to 20th Century (92) includes Sixpence 1743 Roses NVF, Sixpence 1897 EF toned, Double Florin 1889 Fine, USA Cent 1863, in mixed grades also includes some silver minors (£100 - £120) 3026) GB and World in four albums including pre 1900 silver issues (lot) (£500 - £1,000) 3027) GB and World includes collectable pre-Decimal issues, some in silver, Five Pound Crown 2012 London Paralympics UNC in the wallet of issue, Crown 1981 Silver Proof, FDC boxed with certificate, Farthings 1837 VF, 1895 Bun head VF, Italian States - Gorizia 2 Soldi 1799S NVF, Poland Euro Set 2004 INA Essai set coins Lustrous UNC, and a further group of 7 coins, Denmark INA Essai set 2002 8 coins UNC in the wallet of issue, Slovenia INA Essai set 2004 9 coins UNC in the wallet of issue, 2 Euro Trials undated Flamingo Horseman design EF (2), some redeemable currency, UK demonetized currency (£16 face) and INA Retro issues (lot) (£60 - £120) 3028) GB and World including a cased set of Brass Threepences 1937 - 1970 mixed grades (£70 - £80) 3029) GB and World Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) GB (14) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (6), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (5), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (4), 1830 East India Company, Reverse Lion (4), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320)

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3030) GB Fantasy Crown-sized medal 1914-1918 First World War (49) Obverse Bust of George V left, Reverse Victory standing Prooflike UNC in the folders of issue, Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 2012 Crown-sized in Platinum coloured alloy the Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II right 1952 - 2012 in fields, Reverses representing various Schools, Colleges, Academies, Councils and Towns, Prooflike UNC in the wallets of issue (45), Russia INA Retro Rouble 1808 UNC, INA Retro Crowns Australia 2012 Diamond Jubilee (18), Australia Retro Crowns Sydney 2012 (66) Reverse Crown within wreath, Lustrous UNC (£80 - £120) 3031) George I to Elizabeth II Halfcrowns to Halfpennies, includes many silver issues with many 20th Century in high grade (74), along with Cupro-Nickel issues pre-Decimal and Decimal (£16.325 face), Decimal Fifty Pences (£6.00 face), Crowns 1972, 1977, Decimal Halfpennies (154), Pre-1920 £0.275 face some damaged or holed (£320 £360) 3032) George VI in LCGS holders (10) Florin 1946 ESC 966 UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Shillings (4) 1938 Scottish ESC 1463 UNC or near so and lustrous with some toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1942 English ESC 1463 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1946 English ESC 1470 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1946 Scottish ESC 1471 Lustrous A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Silver Threepence 1943 ESC 2157 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Brass Threepences (2) 1940 Peck 2376 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1943 Peck 2382 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Halfpennies (2) 1942 Freeman 441 dies 1+H UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1950 Freeman 457 dies 2+O A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£90 - £150) 3033) Groats (11) 1836 (3), 1838, 1843 3 overstruck, possibly over a 2, 1843 (2), 1846, 1849, 1854 (2), in mixed grades a couple NEF to EF (£200 - £250) 3034) Groats (2) 1836, 1838, Silver Threepences (6) 1886, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1902 (2), 1918 NEF to A/UNC (£60 - £90) 3035) Half Farthing 1844 (6), Third Farthing 1884, 1902 (2), 1913 a high grade group most EF or better with some lustre along with Farthings 1886, 1918, 1930, 1931 and 1953 these too generally lustrous Unc (£120 - £150) 3036) Half Farthings (3) 1844 Peck 1594 UNC and highly lustrous slabbed and graded LCGS 85 the joint finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report, 1851 first 1 over 5 CGS variety 02 Lustrous UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 82 the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1852 Peck 1598 A/UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection 5/6/2006 Lot 861 (£280 - £320) 3037) Half Sovereign 1876 Die Number 6 GVF/VF, Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 NEF, 17th Century Farthing Token 1663 Margaret Lucas, VG, as part of a group (47) of mostly Victorian issues in base metal, largely in mixed lower grades with a handful in VF or better (£200 - £250) 3038) Half Sovereign 1911 NVF/GF, Halfcrown 1899 Fine, Crowns 1935 (2) NEF as part of a group of largely 20th Century Pre-Decimal Halfcrowns to Pennies in base metal in mixed grades, along with a small group of GB Banknotes O’Brien to Gill £9.50 face in mixed grades (£125 - £150) 3039) Halfcrown 1682 VG as part of a group of Halfcrowns to

Silver Threepences pre-1920 issues £1.80 face in mixed grades (£75 - £85) 3040) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Fine, 1713 Roses and Plumes About Fine/Fine, 1746 LIMA GF/NVF as part of a group of Halfcrowns William and Mary to Elizabeth II (59) includes collectable Victorian issues, in mixed grades with some later coins in EF (£650 - £750) 3041) Halfcrown 1837 Good Fine, Florin 1926 GEF, Shilling 1723SSC GVF with a light scratch on the bust, Sixpence 1732 Roses and Plumes NEF with a scratch on the bust, Silver Threepences (3) 1908 UNC toned, 1925 EF, 1944 A/UNC, Brass Threepence 1951 Proof Lustrous UNC retaining much original mint brilliance (£175 - £250) 3042) Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717 GF/NVF, Crown 1844 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 281 VG, plus a handful of World Paper Money (6) from Malaya (3), Portuguese India, China and a British Armed Forces Voucher in mixed circulated grades (£50 - £100) 3043) Halfcrown 1905 Fair as part of a group of Halfcrowns (18) 1819, 1882, 1886, 1887 Jubilee Head (Ex-Swivel mount), 1892, 1910, these VG to Fine, 1928, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1941, 1943 (2), 1944, 1945 GF to GVF (£300 - £400) 3044) Halfcrowns (10) 1697, 1697y, 1707E, 1708E, 1745 LIMA (2), 1826, 1884, 1888, 1898 VG to About VF (£500 - £600) 3045) Halfcrowns (21) and Florins (13) Victoria to George VI and One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 in a Lindner Tray, over half are pre-1920-issues, in mixed grades (£200 - £250) 3046) Halfcrowns (3) 1707E VG/Fine with some scratches, Ex-H. Hopkins Aug.1983, 1823 Second Reverse NVF, 1876 NVF comes with old ticket stating ‘purchased Nov.1969 £8’ (£100 - £175) 3047) Halfcrowns (3) 1912 VF, 1913 EF, 1924 Lustrous A/UNC (£120 - £150) 3048) Halfcrowns (4) 1828, 1848 unaltered date, 1904 (2), Florin 1892 VG all scarce (£100 - £150) 3049) Halfcrowns (4) 1887 Jubilee Head VF, 1893 VF, 1904 Near Fine, 1906 VG, Florin 1887 Jubilee Head VF (£70 - £90) 3050) Halfcrowns (41) 1874, 1895, 1908, 1918, 1928 (2), 1929, 1931 (2), 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 (5), 1937 (2), 1938 (4), 1939 (6), 1940 (2), 1941, 1942 (3), 1943 (2), 1944, 1945, 1946, Florins (2) 1891, 1943 in mixed grades a few VF to EF (£100 - £150) 3051) Halfcrowns (6) 1931, 1933, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1954, Florins (2) 1958, 1959 all UNC and lustrous a pleasing group (£240 - £280) 3052) Halfcrowns 1916(2)/18/23/28(3)/36/50 Proof, Sixpences 1914/20/27(2)/36/50 Proof, Maundy 4d 1845, Brass 3d 1937 (3), Penny 1896 and 1901, Halfpennies1901/43/44, Farthings 1918/29/30 these a high grade group some in lustrous Unc along with Half Farthings 1842, 1843 (3), 1844 (2) these VF some with verdigris (£150 - £250) 3053) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (3) 1880 Davies 589 dies 5D VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1881 Davies 591 dies 5D VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, 1887 Young Head ESC 717 Fine, slabbed and graded Fine 20 (£85 - £150) 3054) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (5) 1840 ESC 673 Fine/Good Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1842 ESC 675 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A

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VG slabbed and graded LCGS 10, 1849 Small Date ESC 683 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, 1879 Davies 586 dies 4C VG, slabbed and graded LCGS 8 (£175 - £300) 3055) Halfcrowns in LCGS holders (5) 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 640 dies 1A EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 641 dies 2A EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1889 Davies dies 2C an unlisted die pairing Near Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 15, 1889 Davies 646 dies 3B A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1889 Davies 647 dies 3C A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£160 - £280) 3056) Halfcrowns to Farthings George VI and Elizabeth II (56) includes plenty of silver issues, mostly EF to UNC many with lustre (£60 - £80) 3057) Halfcrowns to Farthings the majority copper and bronze Charles II to Elizabeth II (210) in mixed grades (£120 £150) 3058) Halfcrowns Victoria YH - 1970 (86) pre George V in low grades but George V - 1970 including many high grade examples including 1934 in GEF (£300 - £500) 3059) Halfpennies (11) 1860 Beaded Border, 1862, 1901, 1911, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1949, 1951 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£50 - £75) 3060) Halfpennies (2) 1892 Freeman 366 dies 17+S, UNC with good subdued lustre, scarce in this high grade, 1940 Freeman 437 dies 1+E Lustrous UNC, Penny 1911 Freeman 171 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction (£110 - £140) 3061) Halfpennies (2) 1902 Low Tide About UNC with lustre, 1799 NEF, Maundy Odds (3) Fourpence 1890 EF with some hairlines, Pennies (2) 1792 Wire Money NVF with some small digs, 1800 Good Fine with some small digs as part of a group of 18th to 20th Century GB and a few World (226) in mixed grades (£250 - £300) 3062) Halfpennies (24) 1860 Beaded Border, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1891, 1893, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1911, 1913, 1916, 1918, 1920, 1925 First Head, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936 EF to UNC many with lustre, some with attractive toning (£150 - £200)

£120) 3070) Halfpennies (8) 1853, 1854, 1855, 1891, 1911, 1913, 1925 First Head, 1927 EF to lustrous UNC (£100 - £120) 3071) Halfpennies (8) 1860 Beaded Border, 1862, 1864, 1869, 1871, 1875H, 1877, 1887, the 1869 and 1871 Fine to VF, the others NEF or better with some lustrous (£100 - £120) 3072) Halfpennies (9) 1862, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1902, 1911, 1913, 1918, Farthing 1873 A/UNC to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£150 - £200) 3073) Halfpennies 1965 a mint £5 bag almost complete Lustrous UNC with around £1 face of Halfpennies 1967 all Lustrous UNC (£35 - £45) 3074) Halfpennies a slabbed high grade group (6) 1895 Freeman 370 dies 1+A Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1911 Freeman 390 dies 1+A Choice UNC, slabbed and graded NGC MS65 RB, 1928 Freeman 410 dies 3+B Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1931 Freeman 416 dies 3+B, Choice UNC and highly lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1933 Freeman 420 dies 3+B Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1949 Freeman 455 dies 2+O, Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£280 - £340) 3075) Halfpennies all countermarked (4) George I countermarked IW worn, 1737 countermark T , 1745 countermark TB, 1752 countermark TG, these three with similar style countermarks Fine to VF, host coins VG, interesting and in need of further research (£25 - £50) 3076) Halfpennies and Farthings Charles II to George IV (54) VG to Good Fine, some with green patina, includes a Contemporary Counterfeit Farthing 1773 VF, along with France 50 Centimes 1857A Fine and toned, Netherlands East Indies Duit 1732 Fine no legend KM#70a, and a Victorian Inkerman token 1854 Good Fine (£70 - £120) 3077) Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits (41) George II (4), George III (33), Ireland (4) in mixed grades VG to Fine (£180 - £200)

3063) Halfpennies (25) and Pennies (13) in a Lindner Tray William III to Elizabeth II in mixed some including Victorian issues are lustrous (£200 - £250)

3078) Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits George II (5) and George III (45), Ireland 1769 (1) in mixed lower grades, 2 holed (£200 - £250)

3064) Halfpennies (3) 1851 Reverse A, dots on shield Peck 1535 NEF once cleaned, 1888 Lustrous UNC, 1903 Lustrous UNC, Farthings (2) 1878 AU/UNC, 1894 A/UNC (£175 £225)

3079) Halfpennies in a Lindner Tray (35) 1694, 1696, 1700, 1717, 1723, 1724, 1729, 1734, 1737, 1740, 1743, 1748, 1749, 1757, 1772, 1774 (2), 1775, 1799 (2), 1806, 1807, 1826, 1838, 1841, 1846, 1853 (4), 1855, 1857 (2), 1858 (2) in mixed grades some VF to EF (£400 - £500)

3065) Halfpennies (32) 1860 Beaded Border, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1890, 1893, 1895, 1899, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1911 (2), 1912 (2), 1916, 1920, 1924, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 (2), 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937 (2) EF to UNC most with lustre (£150 - £200) 3066) Halfpennies (5) 1826 NEF, 1841 EF, 1853 DF.I UNC and with some lustre, 1860 Beaded Border (2) Lustrous EF and Lustrous A/UNC, Farthing 1849 NVF (£250 - £300) 3067) Halfpennies (6) 1860 Beaded Border, 1868, 1874H, 1877, 1881, 1887 VF to GEF (£100 - £150) 3068) Halfpennies (6) 1895, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901 GEF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£120 - £150) 3069) Halfpennies (7) 1862, 1887, 1901, 1904, 1911, 1914, 1918 GEF to UNC all with lustre or attractively toned (£100 -

3080) Halfpennies in LCGS holders (2) 1826 Reverse A Peck 1433 EF slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1806 Peck 1376 No Berries UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£180 - £220) 3081) Halfpennies in LCGS holders (4) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1866 Freeman 298 dies 7+G UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1887 Freeman 358 dies 17+S UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1889 Freeman 360 dies 17+S UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£375 - £425) 3082) INA Fantasy Retro Issues (90) Edward VII 1905 the reverse with the crowned shield in garter as the currency Halfcrowns, in pewter with plain edge UNC, George V

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1910 the reverse with the crowned shield as the currency Halfcrowns, in golden alloy with plain edge UNC, George V 1910 the reverse with the crowned shield as the currency Halfcrowns, in pewter with plain edge (£200 - £250) 3083) LCGS slabbed items (10) Halfcrown 1892 ESC 725 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 45, Florins (5) 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 868 Davies 811 dies 2A A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1918 ESC 937 Davies 1741, A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1928 ESC 948 UNC and lustrous with some light toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1936 ESC 955 (2) both A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Shilling 1916 ESC 1426 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Sixpence 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1786 nFDC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Groat 1848 8 over 7 ESC 1944A GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Threehalfpence 1842 2 over large 2 in fraction CGS variety 02, A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£150 - £450) 3084) LCGS slabbed items (11) Pennies (3) 1901 Freeman 154 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1912 Freeman 172 UNC with good even lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1930 Freeman 203, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Halfpennies (2) 1943 Freeman 443 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1951 Proof Freeman 460 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Farthings (6) 1873 High 3 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1873 Low 3, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1882H Broken F in F:D: Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1929 Freeman 611 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1934 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1945 Freeman 644 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£375 - £425) 3085) LCGS slabbed items (5) Shillings (4) 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 982 Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1899 UNC with pleasing tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1914 ESC 1424 Lustrous UNC with hints of gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1918 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Penny 1901 Freeman 154, UNC with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£300 - £400) 3086) LCGS slabbed items (5) Sixpences (4) 1888 Reverse B Davies 1162 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1901 ESC 1771 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1911 Davies 1863 UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1936 Choice UNC with golden tone and touches of mint bloom, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Silver Threepence 1887 Jubilee Head, Davies 1330, Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£170 - £220) 3087) LCGS slabbed items (7) Shilling 1936 ESC 1449 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Sixpences (3) 1902 ESC 1785 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1911 Davies 1863 About UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1927 First Reverse ESC 1815 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Groat 1836 D: G: Davies 380 UNC and lustrous with light tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Maundy 3d 1795 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Third Farthing 1885 Peck 1937, A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£170 - £220) 3088) LCGS slabbed items (9) Halfcrown 1958 ESC 798M Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Florins (2) 1929 ESC 949 Lustrous UNC with light tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1949 ESC 968A UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Shillings (4) 1923 ESC 1433 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 1437, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82,

1927 Second Reverse ESC 1439 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1929 ESC 1442 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Sixpence 1911 Davies 1863 Toned UNC, Halfpenny 1951 Proof Freeman 460, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£325 - £375) 3089) LCGS slabbed items a small group (3) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726 Davies 660 dies 1A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Shilling 1900 ESC 1369 UNC or near so with an attractive colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Sixpence 1825 I’s in GEORGIUS and first I on BRITANNIAR have no top left serifs, EF slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£160 - £280) 3090) LCGS slabbed items a small group (3) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1814 ESC 977 A/UNC with a hint of gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Sixpence 1696 First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1533 GEF with some adjustment lines, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Maundy Threepence 1762 ESC 2033 A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£180 - £325) 3091) LCGS slabbed items a small group (5) Crowns (2) 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 20, 1822 TERTIO ESC 252 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, Shillings (3) 1816 ESC 1228 EF, slabbed and graded LCGS 60, 1825 Lion on Crown ESC 1254, Davies 230 dies 1A NVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 35, 1826 ESC 1257 GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£130 - £230) 3092) LCGS slabbed items Victoria to Elizabeth II (15) includes high grades 80 and higher and some Proof items (£700 - £800) 3093) Maundy Odds (10) Fourpences (2) 1717, 1721, Threepence 1723, Twopences (3) 1717, 1721, 1726, Pennies (4) 1718, 1720 HIPEX, 1723 (holed) 1725 in mixed grades to NEF (£240 - £280) 3094) Maundy Odds (14) Fourpences (5) 1839, 1840, 1842, 1902 Matte and 1911, Threepences (2) 1913, 1926 Modified Effigy, Twopences (2) 1873, 1902 Matte, Pennies (5) 1737, 1846, 1873, 1923, 1924 NEF to UNC (£300 - £400) 3095) Maundy Odds (7) Fourpences (2) 1867, 1895, Threepences (3) 1687, 1885, 1895, Twopence 1895, Penny 1895 in mixed grades to EF (£120 - £150) 3096) Maundy Odds (7) Fourpences (3) 1704, 1706, 1710, Threepences (2) 1705, 1710, Twopence 1704, Penny 1709, in mixed grades to NEF (£200 - £250) 3097) Maundy Odds in NGC Holders (5) Fourpence 1843 NGC UNC details surface hairlines (label states dated 1835), Twopence 1845 NGC UNC details surface hairlines, Pennies (3) 1701 NGC UNC details Reverse scratches, 1838 NGC UNC details surface hairlines, 1839 NGC AU55 (£110 - £140) 3098) Maundy Pennies in an album (117) Anne to Elizabeth I includes some 18th Century examples in EF, and many Victorian and pre-Victorian issues in high grade (£4,750 - £5,500) 3099) Maundy Sets (2) 1896 ESC 2511 EF to UNC and lacquered with some toning, the Twopence with some scratches on the obverse, 1919 ESC 2536 EF lacquered, both in red square Maundy boxes (£125 - £150) 3100) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1820 George IV, Reverse similar to the adopted Halfcrown design (11) struck in .925 silver each weighing 28.4 to 28.5 grammes, UNC to BU and eye catching (£150 - £200)

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3101) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Shield Reverse, similar to the Young Head Crown reverse design, (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a 28.2 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, all with certificates (£205 - £235) 3102) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Shield Reverse, similar to the Young Head Crown reverse design, (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a 28.2 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, all with certificates (£205 - £235) 3103) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Shield Reverse, similar to the Young Head Crown reverse design, (12 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a 28.2 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, all with certificates (£240 - £280) 3104) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 St. George Reverse (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£240 - £280) 3105) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 St. George Reverse (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£240 - £280) 3106) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 St. George Reverse (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£240 - £280) 3107) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 St. George Reverse (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£240 - £280) 3108) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 St. George Reverse (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£240 - £280) 3109) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 St. George Reverse (23 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£550 - £650) 3110) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Three Graces Reverse, (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a heavy 35 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, in the blue case of issue with certificate (£250 - £300) 3111)

Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Three Graces Reverse, (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a heavy 35 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, in the blue case of issue with certificate (£250 - £300)

3112) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Three Graces Reverse, (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a heavy 35 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, in the blue case of issue with certificate (£250 - £300) 3113) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Three Graces Reverse, (10 sets) each comprising three coins one each in silver (.925 on a heavy 35 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, in the blue case of issue with certificate (£250 - £300) 3114) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1879 Three Graces Reverse, (12 sets) each comprising three coins one each

in silver (.925 on a heavy 35 grammes flan), Copper and Golden Alloy, UNC - BU and eye-catching, in the blue case of issue with certificate, along with a further set with the copper and golden alloy coins having the Three Graces reverse, the silver piece having the George and the Dragon Reverse (£325 - £375) 3115) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 (10 sets) St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Roman numerals, comprising one each in Silver (struck in .925 on a 35 gram flan), Copper and Golden alloy UNC to BU and eye-catching (£240 - £280) 3116) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 (10 sets) St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Roman numerals, comprising one each in Silver (struck in .925 on a 35 gram flan), Copper and Golden alloy UNC to BU and eye-catching (£240 - £280) 3117) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 (10 sets) St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Roman numerals, comprising one each in Silver (struck in .925 on a 35 gram flan), Copper and Golden alloy UNC to BU and eye-catching (£240 - £280) 3118) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 (10 sets) St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Roman numerals, comprising one each in Silver (struck in .925 on a 35 gram flan), Copper and Golden alloy UNC to BU and eye-catching (£240 - £280) 3119) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 (14 sets) St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Roman numerals, comprising one each in Silver (struck in .925 on a 35 gram flan), Copper and Golden alloy UNC to BU and eye-catching (£340 - £380) 3120) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 (31) St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Arabic numerals (3), date in obverse legend in Roman numerals (28) all struck in .925 silver, on 35 gram flans, UNC to BU and eyecatching (£550 - £650) 3121) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns 1911 St. George Reverse, date in obverse legend in Arabic numerals, (2 sets) each comprising three coins one each in Silver (struck on a 35 gram .925 Silver flan), Golden Alloy and Copper UNC-BU and eye catching (£50 - £75) 3122) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (19), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3123) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (10), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (7), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (2), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3124) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (11), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (6), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (2), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3125) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (7), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (6), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (6), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320)

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3126) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (7), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (6), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (6), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3127) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (7), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (6), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (6), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3128) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (7), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (6), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue (6), all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3129) Patina Collection Fantasy Crowns William IV issues (19) 1835 Reverse: Three Graces, date in exergue (7), 1836 Reverse: Draped Shield, crowned (6), 1837 Reverse: George and the Dragon, date in exergue, (6) all struck in .925 silver, weight 28.3 grammes Lustrous UNC to BU an eye-catching series (£280 - £320) 3130) Pennies (10) 1831, 1847 Far Colon, 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1857 Plain Trident, 1858 No WW, 1860 Toothed Border, 1861, 1865, 1893, 1895, Halfpennies (4) 1853, 1854, 1857, 1861 in mixed grades to EF (£120 - £150) 3131) Pennies (10), Halfpennies (10), Farthings (10) George IV to Edward VII includes some scarcer dates and types, in mixed grades, some NEF to EF, along with Provincial Mint Pennies (166) 1912H (82), 1918H (17), 1918KN (15), 1919H (47), 1919KN (5), plus Isle of Man coppers (19) 1733-1839 includes some token issues, in mixed grades VG to NVF (£200 - £250) 3132) Pennies (103) 1922, 1929 (2), 1935 (20), 1936 (22), 1937 (16), 1938 (19), 1939 (2), 1940 (2), 1947 (7), 1948 (8), 1949 (4) EF to UNC many lustre (£80 - £100) 3133) Pennies (11) 1936 (5), 1937 (2), 1938, 1948 (3), Halfpennies (14) 1936, 1937 (4), 1938 (9) UNC and lustrous a few with spots (£70 - £90) 3134) Pennies (128) includes plenty of Bun heads, and provincial mints (64) in mixed circulated grades (£120 - £140) 3135) Pennies (16) 1862, 1893, 1896, 1900, 1902, 1903, 1910, 1911, 1917, 1920, 1921, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1936 EF to UNC most with varying degrees of lustre, some with attractive toning (£100 - £150) 3136) Pennies (168) 1949 (50) most with the ‘forked tail to S of GEORGIVS’ variety A/UNC to UNC, 1902 Low Tide (1), 1912H (41), 1918H (28), 1918KN (7), 1919 (2), 1919H (35), 1926 (4), Brass Threepence 1946, Silver Threepences (15) 1926 Modified Effigy (11), 1930, 1932, 1943 (2) in mixed circulated grades (£220 - £260) 3137) Pennies (19) 1860 Toothed Border, 1862, 1892, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1902, 1907, 1908, 1910, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1927, 1929 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£125 - £175) 3138) Pennies (2) 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 UNC toned, in an NGC holder graded MS63 BN, 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 UNC or very near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£340 - £380)

3139) Pennies (21) 1895, 1897, 1902, 1907, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1935, 1936 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre (£125 - £175) 3140) Pennies (22) 1797 NEF, 1806 (2) NEF and NF, 1826 (2) both NF, 1841 No Colon VG, 1851 DEF Far Colon NF, 1853 OT (2) both GF, 1854 PT NVF with some scratches, 1854 OT (2) F and NVF, 1869 VG and bold with an edge flaw, 1870 GEF and lustrous, 1871 Fine/About Fine, 1882H NEF, 1885 GVF, 1886 EF with traces of lustre, 1887 EF with lustre , 1889 EF with traces of lustre, 1891 A/UNC and lustrous, 1893 3 over 2 VF, Halfpenny 1799 NEF/EF (£500 - £600) 3141) Pennies (3) 1853 Ornamental Trident GEF/AU, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 GEF, 1891 GEF (£250 £300) 3142) Pennies (3) 1858 Small Date No WW, 1889, 1893, Halfpennies (2) 1884, 1887 NEF to UNC (£50 - £100) 3143) Pennies (3) 1885 Freeman 121 dies 12+N UNC with around 75% lustre and some small tone spots, 1888 as Freeman 126 dies 12+N with the I’s in VICTORIA having no top left serif EF/GEF with traces of lustre, 1902 Low Tide as Freeman 156 dies 1+A with the 0 in the date partly filled at the top thus giving the impression of an overstrike EF and lustrous, once cleaned, now retoning (£320 - £360) 3144) Pennies (3) 1901 Freeman 154 dies 1+B Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 43 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1902 Freeman 157 dies 1+B UNC and almost fully lustrous, in a PCGS holder, graded PCGS MS64 RD, 1889 15 Leaves Freeman 127 dies 12+N UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£225 - £275) 3145) Pennies (3) 1901, 1921, 1927, Halfpennies (2) 1827, 1854 EF to UNC some with traces of lustre (£100 - £120) 3146) Pennies (3) 1903 Open 3, 1911 Hollow Neck, 1913 Freeman 176 VG, 1945 Doubled 9 (2), 1946 Dot after ONE (5), VG to Fine, 1951 (2) NEF, 1953 (2) Fine and Good Fine (£75 - £100) 3147) Pennies (5) 1848 8 over 7 GEF, 1851 DEF Far Colon NEF/ GVF, 1854 Plain Trident EF/NEF, 1857 Plain Trident NEF, 1858Large Date No WW EF (£250 - £300) 3148) Pennies (5) 1862 Freeman 39 dies 6+G A/UNC with traces of lustre, 1877 Freeman 91 dies 9+J UNC toned, 1889 14 Leaves Freeman 128 dies 13+N UNC or near so and attractively toned, 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC or near so with traces of lustre, 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A UNC and lustrous the obverse with a few small spots (£340 - £380) 3149) Pennies (6) 1861 GVF, 1864 Plain 4 Fine, 1876H VF, 1879 Narrow date NF scratched, 1882H unbarred H GVF, 1887 GVF/NEF, Halfpennies (4) 1838 NEF, 1860 Beaded Border NEF silvered, 1886 EF, 1887 A/UNC (£190 - £230) 3150) Pennies (67) 1912H (32), 1918H (9), 1918KN (2), 1919H (15), 1919KN (2), 1926 First Head (7) average circulated (£70 - £90) 3151) Pennies (8) 1879 Close Date, 1895 (2), 1897 Dot between O and N of PENNY, 1897 High Tide, 1902 Low Tide, 1913 Freeman 176 (2), Poor to VG (£40 - £70) 3152) Pennies 1837, 1843, 1869 and 1871, 1950, 1951, 1953 as part of Copper and Bronze a collection in album pages

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Charles II to Elizabeth II (358) Twopence 1797, Pennies (126), Halfpennies (95), Farthings (129), Half Farthings (2), Third Farthings (5), Quarter Farthings (1) I mixed grades to NEF a few lustrous, most with residue from long term storage in vinyl this possibly removable (£500 - £700) 3153) Pennies 1936 (26) UNC with good lustre (£130 - £160) 3154) Pennies 1951 (3) GEF to UNC all with good lustre (£50 £75) 3155) Pennies a high grade group in LCGS holders (8) 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1919 Freeman 185 dies 2+B EF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70,1921 Freeman 189 dies 3+B UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1929 Freeman 201 dies 5+C Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1930 Freeman 203 dies 5+C UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1936 Freeman 214 dies 5+C, UNC and highly lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 36 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1947 Freeman 235 dies 2+C Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£360 - £420) 3156) Pennies in a Lindner Tray (24) 1797, 1806 (2), 1807 (3), 1826, 1826, 1831, 1841 REG No Colon, 1844 (2), 1847 DEF Close Colon, 1853 Ornamental Trident (4), 1854 Ornamental Trident, 1855 Plain Trident (2), 1858 No WW (2), 1858 WW, 1859 in mixed grades some VF to EF (£500 - £600) 3157) Pennies to Fractional Farthings (81) George I to Elizabeth II in mixed grades (£150 - £200) 3158) Penny 1844, Halfpennies (4) 1827, 1853 Italic 5, 1854, 1858 8 over 6 VF to EF (£50 - £100) 3159) Penny 1858 No WW GEF with traces of lustre ands a few minor spots, Penny 1890 Narrow date (14 1/2 teeth date spacing) VG, along with Fantasy pieces (3) Shilling Edward VIII 1937 in silver, Prooflike UNC, Fantasy Crown 1879 Three Graces INA Retro series, plain edge, in copper Lustrous UNC, Ireland Fantasy Crown 1901 plain edge in copper Lustrous UNC (£30 - £60) 3160) Pre 1947 silver £5.25 face, Five Pound Crowns (15) 1998 Prince of Wales 50th Birthday (6), 2003 Coronation 40th Anniversary (5), 2004 Entente Cordiale (4) A/UNC to UNC, along with Pre-Decimal mostly 1960s issues and Decimal issues largely EF to UNC many in mint rolls, bags and red tubes (lot, includes £49.50 face in large 50 Pence coins) these mostly UNC (£100 - £150) 3161) Pre decimal group Pennies to Halfcrowns including over £6 face of pre 1947 silver, from circulation (£90 - £150) 3162) Pre-1947 silver £7.05 face, Crowns to Threepences, in mixed grades (£180 - £220) 3163) Predecimalisation Coins (11) and British Banknotes (12) Medallic sets in cupro-nickel UNC boxed as part of a group of GB and World, Medals, Tokens, and paranumismatic items in mixed grades (lot) over 12 Kilos (£100 - £150) 3164) Proof Set 1950 UNC to NFDC bronze and brass lustrous, Proof Set 1970 nFDC, Plastic Set 1953 UNC, Whitmanstyle Folders (3) Halfcrowns 1937-1967 complete, in mixed grades, Brass Threepences 1937-1967 complete along with some extra duplicates, Farthings 1937-1956 Lustrous A/UNC to UNC, Papal States mint sets (2) 1976 Pope Paul

VI, 1978 Pope John Paul I/Sede Vacante UNC in the cards of issue, GB Unofficial Year Sets (6) 1960, 1965, 1967, Decimal Mixed Year set 1969-1973, Last £sd set mixed dates, Last £sd/First Decimal Set mixed dates A/UNC to UNC in slide cases, Unofficial Sets in slides cases (5) Florins 1961-1967 in mixed grades, Shillings 1937-1951 Scottish (13 coins, missing 1944 and 1945) in mixed grades, Shillings 1953-1966 English (14 coins) in mixed grades, Sixpences 1953-1967 (15 coins) in mixed grades, Brass Threepences 1953-1967 (14 coins, missing 1957, with Jersey 1966 Threepence included) in mixed grades, Isle of Man Silver Wedding Set mixed dates with Crown 1972 UNC in a slide case, Guernsey Silver Wedding Set mixed dates with Crown 1972 UNC in a slide case, Jersey 1966 a 3-coin set Crown, Threepence and Penny UNC in a slide case, Gibraltar Crown 1967 UNC in a slide case, along with Victoria to Elizabeth II a mixed group includes a few silver items and a small group of medallic issues, also some decimal coinage, in mixed grades (lot, total weight over 6 Kilos) (£200 - £400) 3165) Proof Sets (2) 1970 nFDC, 1984 (no cover) nFDC as part of a large group of Pre Decimal Crowns, Halfcrowns, Sixpences, Pennies and Halfpennies (these mostly Ships) Victoria to Elizabeth II in mixed circulated grades, also includes some World 20th Century items, (lot, total weight over 30 Kilos) (£30 - £60) 3166) Shillings - Scottish 1960 (9), 1962 (115), 1963 (11), 1964 (12), 1965 (100), Sixpences 1962 (50), 1959 (200), with tubes and bags of Brass Threepences these largely in mint state or near, along with medallic issues (12) and China Cast brass 50 Cash (2) and lead tokens (23) these in mixed grades (£150 - £200) 3167) Shillings (14) 1902 Matt Proof, 1947E, 1947S, 1948E, 1948S, 1949E, 1949S, 1950E, 1950S, 1951E, 1951S, 1953S, 1959E, 1959S GEF to UNC (£60 - £90) 3168) Shillings (3) 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 NEF, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby 1946, Seaby No.1225 2/6’, 1787 No Hearts, No Stop over head ESC 1218, GVF with some old thin scratches, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby 1951 Seaby No.1218 8/-’, 1818 Second 8 higher ESC 1234A About VF/VF, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1952, Seaby No.1234A 15/-’, Sixpence 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626 NEF and nicely toned (£100 - £120) 3169) Shillings (3) 1855 ESC 1303 NEF lightly toned, comes with old collectors ticket stating ‘Bought from Mr.Weeks (Salisbury) May 2004 £89’, 1860 ESC 1308 NVF/VF toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘From Ron Esher in Kingston Coin Club - 1970 £4’, 1883 ESC 1342 VF toned, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Kingston Coin Club Auction Dec.1969 31/-’ (£40 - £70) 3170) Shillings (39) 1696N, 1739 Roses, 1743 Roses, 1816 (2), 1825 Lion on Crown, 1826, 1829, 1834, 1867 Die Number 6, VG/NF, 1875 (2) Die Numbers 13 and 68, 1887 Jubilee Head (5), 1890 (2), 1892, 1900, 1908, 1910, 1915, 1927 Second Reverse (3), 1929, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1937S, 1944E, 1945E, 1945S, 1953S, 1953E (3), in mixed grades, some EF (£300 - £400) 3171) Shillings (4) 1663 First Bust Variety ESC 1025 About Fine/ Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1950, Seaby No.1025 6/-’, 1696E First Bust ESC 1084 Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Garland Coins Ltd, London, March 1969 £5-0-0’, 1697N First Bust, ESC 1099 VG/Near Fine, 1745 Roses ESC 1204 NVF toned (£100 - £120)

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3172) Shillings (4) 1888 8 over 7 EF, 1896 About UNC and attractively toned, 1897 GEF, 1907 VF/GVF (£75 - £125) 3173) Shillings (5) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1911, 1915, 1916, Sixpences (4) 1888, 1901, 1909, 1910 NEF to A/UNC some lustrous (£100 - £150) 3174) Shillings (6) 1859, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1902 first NEF others GEF to UNC some with attractive and colourful tone (£100 - £150) 3175) Shillings (6) 1897, 1900, 1902, 1910, 1915, 1916 NEF to A/UNC some nicely toned (£120 - £150) 3176) Shillings (6) 1910, 1911, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1926 Modified Effigy EF to UNC and lustrous (£120 - £150) 3177) Shillings (9) 1883, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1888 8 over 7, 1893, 1897, 1899, 1902, 1911, 1916 NEF to UNC some with attractive toning (£120 - £150)

slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1919 ESC 1429 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1934 ESC 1447 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£170 - £300) 3187) Shillings including 1702 Plumes and other early milled issues (lot) (£150 - £250) 3188) Shillings to Farthings (111) the majority 20th Century issue with a few earlier pieces in silver in mixed grades, mostly EF or better some with lustre (£50 - £70) 3189) Silver Threepence from circulation estimated by weight to be (525) Victoria - George VI (£200 - £300) 3190) Silver Threepence Victoria Young Head - George VI many in high grades (68) (£125 - £225) 3191) Silver Threepences (5) 1762, 1870, 1890, 1896, 1899 EF to UNC (£100 - £150)

3178) Shillings (94) George III to George VI in mixed grades some in EF (£160 - £200)

3192) Silver Threepences (5) 1905, 1909, 1921, 1943, 1944 EF to A/UNC (£100 - £120)

3179) Shillings in LCGS holders (3) 1750 Round 0 in date with 5 over 4 ESC 1211 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 40, 1758 ESC 1213 GVF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, 1787 Hearts ESC 1225 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70 (£250 - £300)

3193) Silver Threepences (88) 1859-1943 in mixed circulated grades (£120 - £150)

3180) Shillings in LCGS holders (2) 1711 Fourth Bust ESC 1158 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, 1723 SSC First Bust ESC 1176 VF (£165 - £195)

3195) Sixpences (12) 1819, 1826, 1837, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type (2), 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, 1889, 1893 (2), 1895, 1897 (2) in mixed grades Fine to GVF (£60 - £80)

3181) Shillings in LCGS holders (2) 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, 1826 ESC 1257 Fine, cleaned, in a ‘Yellow Ticket’ LCGS holder Cleaned Fine (£30 - £40) 3182) Shillings in LCGS holders (2) 1919 ESC 1429 Lustrous UNC, the reverse with a trace of mint bloom, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1933 Choice UNC with grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£90 - £120) 3183) Shillings in LCGS holders (4) 1912 Davies 1795 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1916 ESC 1426 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1917 ESC 1427 GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1919 ESC 1429 NEF/GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£170 - £220) 3184) Shillings in LCGS holders (5) 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 982 GEF and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1895 Large Rose Davies 1018 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1897 ESC 1366 UNC the reverse deeply toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1899 ESC 1368 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1900 ESC 1369 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£325 - £375) 3185) Shillings in LCGS holders (6) 1929 ESC 1442 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1932 ESC 1445 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1933 ESC 1446 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1936 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1937 English Proof ESC 1451 nFDC, slabbed and graded LCGS 90, 1937 Scottish Proof ESC 1453 nFDC slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£160 - £200) 3186) Shillings in LCGS holders (7) 1875 ESC 1327 Die Number 21 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 50, 1895 Large Rose ESC 1364A A/UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 4106, 1900 ESC 1369, A/UNC with an attractive golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1916 ESC 1426 UNC with an attractive colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1918 ESC 1428 A/UNC and lustrous,

3194) Silver Threepences 1964-1941 (62) incomplete, includes many Victoria and Edward VII, in mixed grades (£20 - £40)

3196) Sixpences (17) 1836, 1840, 1858, 1871 No Die Number, 1872 Die Number 4, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, 1900, 1918, 1933, 1943, 1945 (2), 1946 (2), 1948, 1952 (2) in mixed grades to EF (£80 - £100) 3197) Sixpences (26), Silver Threepences (93), and Brass Threepences (12) George III to George VI includes many .925 silver issues in mixed grades some EF or better and lustrous (£300 - £400) 3198) Sixpences (31) 1696 First Bust, 1697 Third Bust, 1723 SSC, 1739 Roses, 1746 LIMA, 1758 (plugged), 1817, 1825, 1826 Shield in Garter type (Fine), 1826, 1881, 1835, 1881, 1884, 1887 Young Head, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1892, 1897, 1903, 1909, 1914, 1924 (3), 1927 First Reverse, 1934, 1937, 1945 (2), 1948, 1951 in mixed grades to EF, Halfpennies (5) 1701 inverted A’s for V’s on obverse, Inverted V’s for A’s on reverse, Large 0 in date Peck 705 Obverse Fine, Reverse near so with some verdigris, 1717 No stops obverse Peck 769 Fine/Near Fine, 1718 No Stops on obverse Peck 775 Fine struck on a pitted flan, 1723 Peck 803 Good Fine/Fine the obverse with some thin scratches, 1875H GEF, as part of a group of Crowns to Farthings (123, mostly minors, 4 holed) George II to Elizabeth II, includes some scarcer dates, in mixed grades, some later dates lustrous (£450 - £500) 3199) Sixpences (6) 1696 First Bust, Large Crowns ESC 1633 GVF toned, comes with old collectors ticket stating ‘Baldwin 1946, Seaby 1533 3/6’, 1696B First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1535 Good Fine, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby April 1969 £5’, 1696y First Bust, Early Harp, Large Crowns ESC 1539 NVF, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby Mar 1969 £5-0-0.’, 1697C First Bust, Later Harp, Small Crowns ESC 1557 VF with some adjustment lines, comes with old collectors ticket stating ‘Spinks May 1969, ESC No.1557 £7-0-0’, 1697E First Bust, Later Harp, Small Crowns ESC 1560 Good Fine or slightly better, comes with old collector’s

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ticket stating Seaby, London April 1969 £5-10-0’, 1697N First Bust, Later Harp, Small Crowns ESC 1561 VF with some light adjustment lines, comes with old collector’s ticket stating ‘Seaby, London April 1969 £6-10-0’ (£100 £150) 3200) Sixpences (6) 1902, 1907, 1913, 1914, 1924 (2) NEF to A/UNC (£100 - £120) 3201) Sixpences (6) 1911, 1912, 1916, 1924, 1926 First Head, 1926 Modified Effigy EF to UNC (£100 - £120) 3202) Sixpences (8) 1885, 1887 Young Head, 1888, 1901, 1902, 1910, 1918, 1924, NEF to GEF (£100 - £120) 3203) Sixpences a collection in an album 1901-1970 (78) a complete dated run except for 1904, includes some Proof issues, many including better dates in high grades EF to UNC (£700 - £800) 3204) Sixpences George V issues 1911-1936 (27) a complete set of currency dated, only one type of 1925 included, but includes both types for 1926, EF to UNC and lustrous, in two slide cases (£500 - £600) 3205) Sixpences George VI (81) 1942-1951 the majority silver issues EF to UNC most with lustre (£150 - £200) 3206) Sixpences in choice Unc and in CGS slabs all graded CGS 85 (5) 1924, 1925, 1926, 1929, 1936 (£125 - £225) 3207) Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1893 Veiled Head ESC 1762 Davies 1A Choice UNC with a deep and colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1888 Reverse Esc B1756 Davies 1162 dies 1B slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£100 - £175) 3208) Sixpences in LCGS holders (4) 1900 ESC 1770 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80,1903 ESC 1787 UNC and lustrous with a few flecks of toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1915 ESC 1800 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1924 ESC 1810 Choice UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£270 - £320) 3209) Sixpences in LCGS holders (5) 1908 About UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1911 Davies 1863 UNC with an attractive gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1916 ESC 1801 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1919 ESC 1804 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1932 ESC 1821 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£200 - £250) 3210) Sixpences in LCGS holders (7) 1893 ESC 1762 Davies 1180 dies 1A UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1897 ESC 1767 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1899 ESC 1769 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1901 Toned A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1911 ESC 1795 Davies 1863 dies 2B A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1912 ESC 1797 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1930 ESC 1819 A/ UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£160 - £275) 3211) Sixpences, Threepences and small silver a collection in album pages comprising Sixpences (100) 1816, 1818, 1819 counterfeit, 1820, 1821, 1824, 1826 (holed), 1834 (holed), 1836, 1870 Die Number 7, 1872 Die Number 48, 1875 Die Number 12, 1877 Die Number 5, 1880, 1881, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887 Young Head, 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised type, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, then 1911 to 1967 inclusive (one

example for each year), Brass Threepences 1937-1967 the complete date run of currency pieces (30), Groats (12), Silver Threepences (74) 1834, 1859, 1865, 1866, 1870, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1877, 1878, 1880 (2), 1881, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893 (2), 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904 (2), 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, then all currency dates to 1944, Threehalfpences (2) 1839, 1843 both holed, in mixed grades, most with residue from long term storage in vinyl this possibly removable, also a small mixed group (22) of Decimals, medals, Bank Tokens and Ancient in mixed grades (£500 - £600) 3212) Small silver in high grades in LCGS holders (4) Groats (2) 1836 Davies 380 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1837 Large Head Davies 384 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Threepences (2) 1909 ESC 2122 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1943 ESC 2157 Lustrous UNC with touches of mint bloom, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£200 - £225) 3213) Sovereign 1880M along with other GB and world in silver and base (lot) (£250 - £400) 3214) Three Shilling Bank Token 1811, Shillings (5) 1758, 1872 Die Number 64, 1874 Die Number 36, 1893, 1906, Sixpence 1875 Die Number 54, GVF-NEF, Sixpences 1947 (4), 1948 (8), 1949 (12), 1950 (15), 1951 (12), 1952 (1), 1953 (20), 1954 (13), 1955 (9), 1956 (9), 1958 (1), 1959 (1), in mixed grades, some of the 1950 coins in UNC, Silver Threepences (25) 1850, 1872, 1873, 1883, 1887 Young Head, 1893, 1899, 1903, 1907, 1910, 1911 (2), 1912, 1913, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1932, 1933, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, in mixed grades some EF, along with Year Sets1965 (5), 1966 (19) EF to UNC some in slide cases, some in cards (£200 - £250) 3215) Threepences (3) 1795 CGS variety 01 UNC or near so and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, the only example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1897 ESC 2109 Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 the second finest known of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1913 Choice UNC with deep tone, in an NGC holder graded MS66 (£175 - £200) 3216) Threepences (5) 1845 Lustrous EF, 1850 NEF/EF with some hairlines, 1851 EF toned, 1857 Fine, cleaned, 1879 EF (£275 - £325) 3217) Two Pounds Silver Britannias (20) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Textured field, 2016 Textured field, 2017 Textured field, No privy mark, UNC in capsules, a few with light hairlines or light contact marks (£300 - £500) 3218) Twopence 1797 About Fine as part of a group of Halfcrowns to Farthings (100) mostly 19th and 20th Century includes a few silver items, in mixed grades (£100 - £150) 3219) Twopence 1797 GVF/VF, Pennies (3) 1917 AU/GEF, 1922 A/UNC and lustrous, 1936 Lustrous UNC (£170 - £200) 3220) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 NVF, Pennies (6) 1806 No Incuse curl Peck 1343 NEF with some contact marks and spots, 1807 Peck 1344 GVF, 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 VF cleaned, 1857 Plain Trident Peck 1514 EF and nicely toned, 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G Fair, poor surfaces, key date, 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B NVF possibly once cleaned, along with a further group comprising Twopences (7) 1797 GVF, VF (2), NVF, Fine, VG and VG cleaned as part of a group of Copper and

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bronze 17th to 20th Century (62), mostly later items, in mixed grades with some of the later dates lustrous (£450 - £500) 3221) Twopence 1797, Penny 1937 Proof, Halfpennies (11) 1724, 1799, 1806, 1825, 1861, 1874H, 1887, 1891 (EF), 1893, 1900, 1950 Proof, Farthings (10) 1806, 1825, 1831, 1834, 1837, 1841, 1842, 1853, 1893, 1901, in mixed grades mostly Fine to VF, along with Medal 1969 Investiture of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales in base metal GEF, and India Quarter Anna 1862 NF (25 pieces in lot) (£60 £70)

marks (£75 - £100) 3231) Crown 1888 Narrow date ESC 298 EF with toning and some contact marks (£75 - £100) 3232) Crown 1889 ESC 299 Davies 483 dies 1A EF and with a pleasing tone (£75 - £125) 3233) Crown 1889 ESC 299 Davies 483 dies 1A EF or very near so, the reverse with some hairlines (£50 - £60) 3234) Crown 1889 ESC 299 Davies 484 dies 1C About EF and lustrous (£75 - £125)

3222) Twopences 1797 (3) GF, GF and VF, Penny 1797 GVF (£200 - £250)

3235) Crowns (2) 1897 LXI ESC 313 GVF, 1898 LXII ESC 315 VF with small edge nicks (£75 - £100)

3223) Victoria Jubilee Head Coinage (15) Double Florins 1887 Arabic 1 (3), Halfcrowns (2) 1887, 1889, Florin 1887, Shillings 1887 (3), Sixpences (3) 1887 Withdrawn, 1887 Revised (2), Threepences 1887 (2) GEF to UNC many with lustre or nicely toned (£300 - £400)

3236) Crowns 1937 Proofs (2) ESC 393 one with noticeably more heavy obverse frosting UNC to nFDC (£60 - £90)

3224) World Commonwealth issues (26) includes British India 18th to 20th Century (10), South Africa (7) and issues from Australia, New Zealand, Southern Rhodesia and more, includes Crown-sized and plenty of silver, in mixed grades to NEF (£100 - £150)

3238) Farthing 1665 Pattern in Copper, Bust with long hair, Straight grained edge, Peck 424 VG, Ex-C.Cooke November 1996 (£35) , Ex-Croydon Coin Auction November 1983 (£40 - £60)

Proxy Bid Auction (Lots 3225-3412) This section of the sale contains English Milled Coins whose low estimates are less than £100. They will be on display at the Bracknell auction and are available for viewing in our offices in Kent and at the shows we attend when the auction is live. Also pictures of each of these lots are showing on our website

3237) Decimal Twenty Pence undated mule S.4631A GEF (£60 - £80)

3239) Farthing 1798 Pattern Restrike in copper (?) N of FARTHING complete, no dots on the rock, S of SOHO not double-cut, olive leaves joined, around Fine, cleaned, the grade prevents exact attribution (£50 - £75) 3240) Farthing 1825 Obverse 1 Peck 1414 UNC and lustrous with some spots (£40 - £80) 3241) Farthing 1845 Large Date unlisted by Peck known to be very rare, GF with some surface marks (£50 - £75) 3242) Farthing 1862 Large 8 in date VG Rare (£70 - £100) 3243) Farthing 1875H Freeman 532 dies 5+C UNC/EF and lustrous (£50 - £75)

There will be no live auction at Bracknell for these lots. We will accept written, telephone and email bids prior to the sale and during the sale at Bracknell until the end of the sale on Sunday 3rd of September, when the sale will close.

3244) Farthing 1879 Normal 8 Freeman 538 dies 5+C UNC or near so and lustrous with around 50% lustre and a small spot on the drapery (£35 - £45)

3247) Farthings (2) 1828 Peck 1443 GEF with traces of lustre, appears struck from rusty dies, the obverse with a small lamination mark, 1887 Freeman 559 dies 7+F A/UNC with traces of lustre and a couple of small spots on the reverse (£60 - £80)

3225) Brass Threepence 1948 Peck 2390 Lustrous UNC the obverse with some small tone spots, in an LCGS holder and graded 82 (£55 - £75) 3226) Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 A/UNC with some lustre and a few minor contact marks (£60 - £100) 3227) Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 UNC and lustrous with a couple of small tone spots, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£60 - £100) 3228) Brass Threepences (2) 1950 Proof Peck 2395 Lustrous UNC, the reverse lightly toning, 1951 Proof Peck 2397 Lustrous UNC, with some scratches (£20 - £40) 3229) Crown 1688 ESC 80 Fine with a flan flaw below the bust and WD initials engraved in the top two angles of the reverse (£60 - £120) 3230) Crown 1819 LIX as ESC 215 with double striking to much of the first part of the reverse legend, VF with some contact

3245) Farthing 1892 Freeman 566 dies 7+F UNC/GEF with traces of lustre (£70 - £90) 3246) Farthings (2) 1674 Peck 527 Near Fine, once cleaned, 1724 Peck 828 Near Fine (£90 - £120)

3248) Farthings (2) 1953 Freeman 661 dies 1+B UNC with around 40% lustre, rare, 1875H Freeman 532 dies 5+C Fine (£35 - £45) 3249) Florin 1877 ESC 846 Davies 762 dies 3B, 48 arcs, Die Number 3 VF/About VF with small rim nicks (£50 - £75) 3250) Florin 1893 ESC 876 Davies 830 dies 1A GEF/UNC and lustrous, the reverse retaining some original brilliance (£45 - £65) 3251) Florin 1900 ESC 884 UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some minor cabinet friction and some contact marks (£75 - £95) 3252) Florin 1900 ESC 884 UNC or near so and toned, uneven

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in some places (£65 - £85)

3277) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605 NVF/About VF (£50 - £75)

3253) Florin 1901 ESC 885 A/UNC and nicely toned with some small scratches before ONE (£60 - £90)

3278) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684 Fine the reverse with a scratch (£70 - £80)

3254) Florin 1901 ESC 885 UNC and lustrous the reverse with some contact marks and a small scuff on the rose (£60 £90)

3279) Halfcrown 1850 ESC 684 VG the reverse slightly better (£80 - £100)

3255) Florin 1901 ESC 885 UNC or near so and lustrous with some toning around the rims (£60 - £90) 3256) Florin 1902 ESC 746 GEF (£50 - £60) 3257) Florin 1905 ESC 923 VG Rare (£50 - £60) 3258) Florin 1915 ESC 934 UNC or near so and lustrous with minor contact marks (£70 - £80) 3259) Florin 1921 ESC 940 UNC and nicely toned (£60 - £80) 3260) Florin 1922 ESC 941 AU/UNC with pastel tone, the reverse with touches of mint bloom (£50 - £75) 3261) Florin 1922 ESC 941 Davies 1749 Bright Finish A/UNC and lustrous with some surface marks (£50 - £75) 3262) Florin 1923 ESC 942 UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone (£50 - £75) 3263) Florin 1927 Proof ESC 947 UNC lightly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£80 - £120) 3264) Florins 1922 and 1923 both Unc or near so the 22 with a tone spot obverse field (£75 - £100) 3265) Groat 1836 D:G: ESC 1918 Davies 380 GEF deeply toned (£30 - £50) 3266) Groat 1836 ESC 1918 Davies 380 dies 1A UNC and deeply toned with a small rim nick on either side (£40 - £50) 3267) Groat 1840 ESC 1934 EF with grey tone, the reverse with a large di cud over the first three digits of the date, unusual (£70 - £80) 3268) Half Farthing 1828 Reverse A the Obverse having the I of GEORGIVS missing it’s top right serif and resembling a 1, the first G in GEORGIVS also over another G, the obverse with small spots and light hairlines (£70 - £90) 3269) Half Farthing 1837 Peck GVF/VF the obverse with numerous pitting marks (£75 - £100) 3270) Half Farthing 1839 Peck 1590 UNC with around 75% lustre, a small carbon spot and some minor contact marks barely detract (£90 - £120) 3271) Halfcrown 1679 ESC 481 VG/About Fine (£60 - £80) 3272) Halfcrown 1679 GRATTA error ESC 481A VG the reverse slightly better, Very Rare (£90 - £120) 3273) Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, Caul only frosted, with pearls ESC 510 VG with a flan flaw on the obverse (£60 - £80) 3274) Halfcrown 1696E Large Shields, Early Harp, ESC 526 Fine, with some spots and light pitting, Very Rare , rated R2 by ESC, our archive database shows we have handled 5 previous examples, this even in Fine is better than all of them (£75 - £125) 3275) Halfcrown 1698 ESC 554 strong Good Fine (£80 - £120) 3276) Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605 Good Fine/NVF with a flan flaw by LIMA (£40 - £50)

3280) Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head Proof ESC 720 UNC/nFDC and attractively toned, the obverse with some contact marks (£50 - £150) 3281) Halfcrown 1889 ESC 722, Davies 643 dies 2A About UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 (£80 - £140) 3282) Halfcrown 1889 ESC 722, Davies 647 dies 3C Lustrous UNC with some minor contact marks and small rim nicks (£70 - £90) 3283) Halfcrown 1893 ESC 726 Davies 660 Lustrous UNC with some contact marks and small rim nicks (£75 - £95) 3284) Halfcrown 1894 ESC 728 Davies 665 dies 2B NEF with a scratch on the obverse (£60 - £80) 3285) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 A/UNC with a light golden tone (£75 - £100) 3286) Halfcrown 1897 ESC 731 UNC and lustrous, lightly toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 (£80 - £140) 3287) Halfcrown 1921 ESC 768 Davies 1678 Dies 3C UNC and lustrous the obverse with a small tone spot by the King’s beard (£70 - £90) 3288) Halfcrown 1924 ESC 771 UNC (£50 - £80) 3289) Halfcrown 1927 Second Reverse Proof ESC 776 Lustrous UNC (£70 - £90) 3290) Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779 Near VF and pleasing (£75 £125) 3291) Halfcrowns 1836 ESC 666 (2) GF and NVF, the second with a flan flaw on the obverse (£50 - £100) 3292) Halfcrowns (2) 1745 LIMA ESC 605 Good Fine with a small edge crack, 1746 LIMA ESC 606 NVF and nicely toned with some haymarking (£60 - £90) 3293) Halfcrowns (2) 1836 ESC 666 Good Fine with dark tone, 1844 ESC 677 Good Fine (£40 - £60) 3294) Halfcrowns (2) 1887 Jubilee Head ESC 719 A/UNC and lustrous, 1889 ESC 722 Davies 644 dies 2B EF/NEF and scarce (£50 - £75) 3295) Halfpennies (2) 1858 Small Date Peck 1549 EF with traces of lustre, 1865 5 over 3 Freeman 297 dies 7+G NVF with some surface marks (£45 - £55) 3296) Halfpenny 1701 V’s in GVLIELMVS and TERTIVS are inverted A’s, BRITANNIA has unbarred A’s, Large 0 in date Peck 705 VG with all lettering ad errors clear (£50 - £70) 3297) Halfpenny 1799 5 Incuse gunports Peck 1248 toned UNC or near so with minor cabinet friction (£50 - £75) 3298) Halfpenny 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 UNC with traces of lustre (£50 - £75) 3299) Halfpenny 1841 Peck 1524 UNC and lustrous (£60 - £80) 3300) Halfpenny 1841 Peck 1524 UNC with traces of lustre (£60 - £80) 3301) Halfpenny 1854 Peck 1542 UNC or near so with some

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lustre and minor cabinet friction (£40 - £60) 3302) Halfpenny 1855 Peck 1543 UNC and choice with good even lustre, some tiny rim nicks barely detract (£60 - £80) 3303) Halfpenny 1856 Peck 1544 A/UNC and attractively toned (£75 - £100) 3304) Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 282 dies 7+G UNC with good subdued lustre and a couple of small spots (£50 - £75) 3305) Halfpenny 1863 Small upper section to 3 in date Freeman 294 dies 7+G UNC with traces of lustre and minor contact marks on the portrait (£75 - £100) 3306) Halfpenny 1887 Freeman 358 dies 17+S Choice UNC with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£85 - £125) 3307) Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 380 dies 1+A UNC with around 30% lustre, with some traces of lacquering (£70 - £90) 3308) Maundy a 3-part set 1900 EF to A/UNC (£60 - £80) 3309) Maundy Odds (3) Fourpences (2) 1870 GVF, 1874 EF, Twopence 1818 Unbarred A’s in BRITANNIARUM EF the reverse with uneven tone (£70 - £100) 3310) Maundy Part set 1729 Threepence ESC 2019 EF with some haymarks, Twopence ESC 2256 GEF, Penny ESC 2331 NEF a nicely matched group (£90 - £120) 3311) Maundy Part Set 1842 comprising Fourpence EF, Twopence NEF and Penny NEF (£70 - £90) 3312) Maundy Set 1881 ESC 2495 EF to A/UNC lacquered, in a square red Maundy case (£90 - £150) 3313) Maundy Set 1897 Unc or near so with a pleasing matching tone (£75 - £125) 3314) Maundy Set 1902 heavily toned EF with an old undated MAUNDY MONEY box (£50 - £100) 3315) Maundy Set 1904 ESC 2520 GEF to UNC with matching tone, the Penny with a small rim nick, in a contemporary black case (£75 - £100) 3316) Maundy Set 1907 ESC 2523 GEF to UNC with matching tone the Fourpence with some scratches on the reverse, in a dated red rectangular case (£60 - £90) 3317) Maundy Set 1908 ESC 2524 GEF to UNC with an attractive and matching tone, in a dated rectangular black case (£75 - £100) 3318) Maundy Set 1911 ESC 2527 EF to UNC Penny and Twopence with tiny rim nicks (£90 - £110) 3319) Maundy Set 1937 ESC 2554 EF to UNC in London Mint Office box of issue with certificate (£75 - £125) 3320) Maundy Set 1940 ESC 2557 EF to UNC with matching tone, in a long red contemporary case (£75 - £100) 3321) One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 Head type ESC 972 EF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 65 (£90 £120) 3322) Pennies (2) 1841 REG No Colon Peck 1484 GEF with lustre, the reverse with some spots, 1854 Plain Trident Peck 1506 About UNC and nicely toned, a little uneven on the obverse (£60 - £90) 3323) Pennies (2) 1855 Plain Trident Peck 1509 About UNC

toned with a trace of lustre, 1858 Small Date WW Peck 1517 GEF (£60 - £90) 3324) Pennies (2) 1921 Freeman 191 dies 3+B UNC or near so and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, 1831 .W.W Peck (£40 - £60) 3325) Penny 1827 Peck 1430 Good Fine for wear with some surface corrosion as often, a rare date (£75 - £125) 3326) Penny 1843 REG No Colon Peck 1485 VG scarce (£75 £100) 3327) Penny 1843 REG: Peck 1486 VG and Rare, Ex-Tennants 20/2/2013 Lot 52 (part) (£60 - £120) 3328) Penny 1845 Peck 1529 About EF/GEF the obverse with mottled tone, the reverse nicely toned over some underlying colour (£80 - £120) 3329) Penny 1848 unaltered date Peck 1496 About EF with traces of lustre (£60 - £90) 3330) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 1 dies 1+A, VG with an edge bruise (£50 - £100) 3331) Penny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6 dies 1+B VF (£50 - £100) 3332) Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 16 dies 5+D NVF/ VF with some contact marks (£50 - £75) 3333) Penny 1860 Toothed Border N over sideways N in ONE, Gouby BP1860 JA, Satin 11, VG or slightly better with the variety clear (£75 - £100) 3334) Penny 1865 5 over 3 Freeman 51 dies 6+G VG (£15 - £30) 3335) Penny 1893 3 over 2 Gouby BP1893B GEF with pale lustre (£80 - £100) 3336) Penny 1904 as Freeman 159 dies 1+B with closed 9 in date, UNC/AU with subdued lustre and some underlying colourful tone (£60 - £80) 3337) Penny 1904 Freeman 159 dies 1+B UNC and lustrous with minor cabinet friction and some contact marks (£70 - £80) 3338) Penny 1946 as Freeman 233 dies 2+C with all four figures of the date clearly doubled, similar in style and clarity to the 1945 ‘doubled 9’ variety A/UNC with a couple of small spots (£50 - £100) 3339) Quarter Farthing 1852 Peck 1610 UNC or very near so and attractively toned (£75 - £100) 3340) Shilling 1713 3 over 2 Roses and Plumes ESC 1160 About Fine with even grey tone (£70 - £90) 3341) Shilling 1745 LIMA as ESC 1204, the 4 of the date double struck, Fine with grey tone (£25 - £40) 3342) Shilling 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210 NVF toned (£75 £85) 3343) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stop over head ESC 1218 GVF nicely toned with some light contact marks (£85 - £95) 3344) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stop over head, ESC 1218 Good Fine, toned (£60 - £80) 3345) Shilling 1787 No Hearts, No stops at date ESC 1222 About EF and nicely toned (£50 - £75) 3346) Shilling 1816 ESC 1228 UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£90 - £120)

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3347) Shilling 1825 Lion on Crown, 5 over 3 in date, unlisted by ESC, About Fine/Near Fine, the overstrike clear (£20 - £40)

3372) Sixpence 1831 ESC 1670 GEF attractively toned with a couple of small rim nicks (£65 - £85)

3348) Shilling 1829 ESC 1260 GVF with grey tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 55 (£90 - £120)

3373) Sixpence 1853 Roman I in date, VG and unlisted by ESC or Bull (Bull illustrates this but does not list it by date), we note we have only previously listed one example, this a Good Fine example, in our Auction A138 September 2012 and subsequently in A151 December 2015 in an LCGS holder, with hammer prices £130 and £110 respectively, we also note this was the only example graded by LCGS (£60 - £100)

3349) Shilling 1874 Plain 4 ESC 1326 Davies 902 Die Number 26 GEF (£65 - £85) 3350) Shilling 1893 Large Letters on Obverse ESC 1361 AU/ UNC with a small tone spot on the portrait (£50 - £70) 3351) Shilling 1895 ESC 1364A UNC with a choice and colourful tone (£75 - £100) 3352) Shilling 1902 ESC 1410 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, Sixpence 1902 ESC 1785 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64+ (£50 - £75) 3353) Shilling 1902 ESC 1410 UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone and two small edge nicks, Threepence 1902 ESC 2114 UNC lightly toned with minor cabinet friction (£50 - £75) 3354) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414 VG (£50 - £75) 3355) Shilling 1905 ESC 1414 VG (£50 - £75) 3356) Shilling 1906 ESC 1415 Davies 1557 dies 2A Lustrous UNC (£75 - £100) 3357) Shilling 1906 ESC 1415 Davies Obverse 2a Repaired R in GRA EF with some contact marks (£50 - £100) 3358) Shilling 1915 ESC 1425 Lustrous UNC with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£90 - £120) 3359) Shilling 1915 ESC 1425 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£90 - £120) 3360) Shilling 1916 ESC 1426 Lustrous UNC and choice with a hint of golden tone (£40 - £60) 3361) Shilling 1916 ESC 1426 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£90 - £120)

3374) Sixpence 1858 First 8 over broken 8 LCGS Variety 04, Choice UNC with a colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (£80 - £120) 3375) Sixpence 1878 DRITANNIAR ESC 1735 Die Number 6 with the Die number struck over a lower 6 as is normal for this type VG, Rare, struck for use in Cyprus (£80 - £100) 3376) Sixpence 1902 ESC 1785 Choice UNC with a colourful tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 31 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£65 - £85) 3377) Sixpence 1906 ESC 1790 UNC and lustrous, with a couple of small rim nicks visible under strong magnification (£45 - £65) 3378) Sixpence 1909 ESC 1793 UNC and lustrous (£75 - £100) 3379) Sixpence 1912 Choice Unc and graded 85 by CGS ExPCGS MS66, ESC 1797 (£50 - £100) 3380) Sixpence 1918 ESC 1803 Choice UNC with gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest of 14 example thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£75 - £100) 3381) Sixpence 1923 Choice Unc and graded 85 by CGS ESC 1809 the joint finest recorded of 11 on the LCGS population report (£75 - £150)

3362) Shilling 1918 ESC 1428 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£90 - £120)

3382) Sixpence 1923 ESC 1809 Choice UNC and lustrous with traces of mint bloom, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report (£75 - £150)

3363) Shilling 1922 ESC 1432 GEF/AU with a light golden tone (£25 - £45)

3383) Sixpence 1923 ESC 1809 Lustrous UNC with a hint of toning (£60 - £90)

3364) Shillings (2) 1896 ESC 1365, 1897 ESC 1366 both UNC and lustrous (£70 - £90)

3384) Sixpence 1926 First Head ESC 1813 UNC with minor cabinet friction and some small tone spots, much scarcer than catalogue values would suggest, as the 1926 Modified Effigy coin shows up much more frequently (£45 - £65)

3365) Shillings (2) 1900 ESC 1369 UNC and lustrous, the obverse with some minor contact marks, 1901 ESC 1370 UNC/AU and lustrous (£70 - £90) 3366) Sixpence 1696 B First Bust, Large Crowns, B mintmark overstruck, broken at the top and base, the underlying letter unclear, Good Fine (£75 - £100)

3385) Sixpence 1927 First Reverse Choice Unc and graded 85 by CGS ESC 1815 finest recorded of 25 on the LCGS population report (£50 - £100)

3367) Sixpence 1708 E* ESC 1593 Fine toned with some surface marks (£80 - £100)

3386) Sixpence 1930 Choice Unc and graded 88 by CGS ESC 1819 finest recorded of 16 on the LCGS population report (£50 - £100)

3368) Sixpence 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626 Bright EF the obverse with some hairlines (£30 - £40)

3387) Sixpence 1936 ESC 1825 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88 (£50 - £75)

3369) Sixpence 1820 1 over smaller 1 and thin 8 over wider 8 GEF toned and unusual (£40 - £60)

3388) Sixpences (2) 1816 ESC 1630 A/UNC, 1817 ESC 1632 GEF toned (£50 - £75)

3370) Sixpence 1826 Lion on Crown ESC 1662 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 (£90 - £120)

3389) Sixpences (2) 1816 ESC 1630 EF with some minor hairlines, 1881 Large Date ESC 1740, Davies 1100 EF/ About EF (£30 - £60)

3371) Sixpence 1827 ESC 1664 GF/NVF Scarce (£70 - £90)

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3390) Sixpences (2) 1831 ESC 1670 EF/GEF and nicely toned, 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 GEF/AU with a minor scratch in the obverse field (£75 - £100) 3391) Sixpences (2) 1901 ESC 1771 UNC with minor cabinet friction, 1902 ESC 1785 UNC or near so with a small edge nick (£40 - £60) 3392) Sixpences 1901 ESC 1771 (2) both UNC and lustrous, one with a toning line (£60 - £70) 3393) Sovereign 1936 Edward VIII a fantasy issue, 9 carat gold and weighing 6.11 grammes Lustrous UNC and prooflike in presentation box (£65 - £85) 3394) Ten Pounds Gold Britannia One Tenth Ounce 1997 Proof nFDC (£90 - £120) 3395) Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 UNC and lustrous with a verdigris spot after the date (£80 - £100) 3396) Third Farthing 1835 Peck 1477 in an NGC holder and graded AU55 BN (£50 - £60) 3397) Third Guinea 1810 S.3740 Fine Ex-jewellery with a suspension mount attached to the top (£70 - £90) 3398) Threepence 1835 Both N’s in BRITANNIAR have right legs pointing to border beads, ESC 2045, Davies 402 dies 1A GEF/AU, scarce in this high grade (£90 - £120) 3399) Threepence 1845 Large Date, ESC 2055 Davies 1258 UNC or near so and nicely toned (£60 - £90) 3400) Threepence 1859 ESC 2066 Davies 1273 dies 1A GEF/ AU and attractively toned (£60 - £90) 3401) Threepence 1868 ESC 2075 About UNC with grey tone (£60 - £90) 3402) Threepence 1883 ESC 2090 UNC and lustrous with a hint of tone, the obverse with a couple of striking flaws on the Queen’s hairline (£25 - £35) 3403) Threepence 1890 Davies 1341 Choice UNC and lustrous , slabbed and graded LCGS 82 (£40 - £60) 3404) Threepence 1906 ESC 2119 UNC and nicely toned (£75 - £100) 3405) Threepence 1925 ESC 2138 UNC with a couple of tiny spots in the obverse legend, scarce (£60 - £80) 3406) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 EF (£75 - £85) 3407) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 EF the obverse with some scratches (£75 - £85) 3408) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 nFDC lightly toned (£90 - £120) 3409) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 UNC (£85 - £95) 3410) Threepence 1927 Proof ESC 2141 UNC in a LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 (£70 - £90) 3411) Threepences in LCGS holders (2) Silver Threepence 1943 ESC 2157 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 88, Brass Threepence 1940 Peck 2376 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 (£30 - £50) 3412) Twopence 1797 Peck 1077 Fine with a good edge, the obverse with a flan flaw in front of the portrait (£20 - £40)

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Observed read across grades to other systems Based on observations after LCGS have graded 41,000 coins November 2016

LCGS Numerical Grade

Average Raw UK Grade

Average Standard USA Sheldon

1

2

100

FDC

MS70

99

FDC

MS70

98

FDC

MS70

97

FDC

MS70

96

FDC

M69

95

FDC

MS 68 -69

94

AFDC

MS68

93

AFDC

MS 67 -68

92

AFDC

MS67

91

AFDC

MS66 -67

90

NFDC

MS 66

88

BU -NFDC

MS65 -66

85

Choice UNC - BU

MS 65

82

Choice UNC

MS 64 -65

80

Choice UNC

MS 64

78

UNC

MS 63 -64

75

UNC or near so

MS 62 - 63

70

AU

MS60 -61

65

GEF

MS60 -61

60

EF

AU58 - MS60

55

NEF

AU55

50

GVF

AU55

45

GVF

AU 53

40

VF

AU 50

35

NVF

EF 45

30

GF

EF 40

25

GF

F35

20

F

15

NF

10

VG

8

VG

5

GOOD

4

FAIR

3

FAIR

2

FAIR

1

FAIR

F30

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