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Spink London 208 Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals WEDNESDAY 22 AND THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2011

COINS STAMPS BANKNOTES MEDALS BONDS & SHARES AUTOGRAPHS & BOOKS 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET

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ANCIENT, british AND FOREIGN COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS LONDON, WEDNESDAY 22 AND THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2011


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Coins, Stamps, Banknotes, Medals, Bonds & Shares, Autographs & Books

Group Chairman and CEO Olivier Stocker Your Specialists Coins Paul Dawson Richard Bishop Julie-Morgane Lecoindre William MacKay Arthur Bryant John Pett Stephen Goldsmith Jim Fitzgerald Matthew Orsini Normand Pepin Thomas Tesoriero Stamps Guy Croton Tim Hirsch David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Charles Shreve Chris Anderson George Eveleth Ed Robinson Andrew Titley Banknotes, Bonds & Shares Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Francesca Girelli Stephen Goldsmith Jim Fitzgerald Matthew Orsini Autographs Robert Litzenberger Orders, Decorations, Medals & Militaria Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys Books Philip Skingley Rebecca Mason Your Europe Team Chairman’s Office Dennis Muriu Monica Kruber Directors Timothy Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction and Client Management Team Emily Johnston Miroslava Adusei-Poku Luca Borgo Phillipa Brown Finance Alison Bennet Mina Bhagat Alison Kinnaird Shyam Padhiar IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Segun Magbagbeola Liz Cones Curlene Spencer John Winchcombe

AUCTION CALENDAR 2011 Stamps 8 June 28 June 29 June

Dr. Robert Towers Collection of British Empire The Chartwell Collection - British Empire The Chartwell Collection - Great Britain Line-Engraved Essays, Proofs, Stamps and Covers, Part I The Pasha Collection of Islamic Stamps and Postal History Summer Collector’s Series Sale, featuring India and St Helena The “Walter Bickly” Collection of Labuan and North Borneo Stamps Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Fine Stamps & Covers of South East Asia including the Stolz Collection Part II The Chartwell Collection - Great Britain Surface Printed Issues Pearls of Arabian Philately Autumn Collector’s Series Sale The “Agathon” Collection of the First Issue of Russia The Chartwell Collection - Great Britain King Edward VII Essays, Proofs and Issued Stamps

London London

11025 11026

London London London London New York Singapore London London London London

11027 11028 11029 11030

London

11035

Banknotes 27/28 September 8 December

World Banknotes World Banknotes

London London

11019 11020

Bonds and Shares 21 October

Bonds & Share Certificates of the World

London

11022

Coins 22/23 June 6 October 1 December

Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

London London London

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Medals 21 July 24 November

Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London

11010 11011

30 June 13 July 14 July July (TBA) 25 September 12 October 18 October 9 November Late November 6 December

11016 11031 11037 11033 11034

Your America Team President Charles Shreve Finance & Operations Manager Sam Qureshi Chairman Emeritus John Herzog Auction Administration Rick Penko Patricia Gardner Marketing & Design James McGuire Emily Cowin William Jackson Shawn Barnes Clyde Townsend Administration Ingrid Qureshi Mary Gottberg Kisha Townsend Auctioneer Tracy Shreve Your Asia Team Gary Tan

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Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Wednesday 22 June 2011 at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 1-391) and 2.30 p.m. (Lots 392-579) Thursday 23 June 2011 at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 580-891) and 2.00 p.m. (Lots 892-1234) 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET, UK and on

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ORDER OF SALE WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE 2011

WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE 2011

Morning session starting at 10.00 a.m.

Afternoon session commencing at 2.30 p.m.

WORLD COINS Afghanistan Albania Australia Austria Brazil British Trade Dollars Canada China Czechoslovakia Ethiopia France French Indo-China Germany German East Africa Holland Hong Kong Hungary Italy Indonesia Ionian Islands Iran Jamaica Keeling-Cocos Islands Liechtenstein Malaysia Mauritius Mexico Mongolia Netherlands Nigeria Ottoman Palestine Peru Poland Portuguese Malacca Russia Serbia South Africa Spain Straits Settlements Switzerland Scandinavia Sweden Thailand Tibet United States of America Vietnam West Africa Yemen Yugoslavia Miscellaneous lots of world coins

1-247 1-8 9 10 11-12 13-23 24-39 40-42 43-83 84 85 86 87 88-125 126-127 128 129-137 138 139-140 141-144 145 146-147 148-149 150-151 152 153-158 159 160-162 163-164 165-166 167 167-173 174 175-180 181-184 185-187 188 189 190-191 192-194 195-200 201-227 228 229 230 231-232 233-234 235 236 237 238 239-247

A COLLECTION OF GERMAN NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURY SILVER COINS 248-386 WORLD HISTORICAL MEDALS AND MISCELLANEA

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ANCIENT GREEK COINS

392-409

ROMAN COINS

410-436

ANCIENT WORLD ARTEFACTS

437-439

BYZANTINE

440-457

ISLAMIC COINS

458-519

INDIAN COINS

520-579

THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2011 Morning session commencing at 10.00 a.m. ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS Celtic Anglo-Saxon William I – Richard III Henry VII – Elizabeth I James I – Charles II Miscellaneous COIN CABINETS

580-763 580-603 604-613 614-637 638-709 710-761 762-763 764

COINS OF SCOTLAND

765-767

COINS OF IRELAND

768-775

A COLLECTION OF MEDALS AND BADGES RELATING TO CHARLES I AND THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR 776-794 NUMISMATIC BOOKS

795

A GOLD POSIE RING C.1480-1520

796

BRITISH HISTORICAL MEDALS AND OTHER ITEMS

797-801

A COLLECTION OF SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TOKENS

802-874

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY TOKENS

875-891

THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2011 Afternoon session commencing at 2.00 p.m. BRITISH MILLED COINAGE 1658-PRESENT DAY Cromwell Charles II James II William and Mary William III Anne George I George II George III George IV William IV Victoria Edward VII George V – Elizabeth II Miscellaneous

892-1234 892-893 894-916 917-926 927-937 938-957 958-988 989-1011 1012-1034 1035-1098 1099-1110 1111-1118 1119-1184 1185-1199 1200-1226 1227-1234


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WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE 2011 Morning Session commencing at 10.00 a.m All Sales are subject to the Conditions of Business printed at the back of this catalogue Estimates The estimated selling price of each lot is printed to the right of the lot description and does not include the Buyer’s Premium. Bidders should bear in mind that estimates are prepared well in advance of the sale and are not definitive. They are subject to revision.

WORLD COINS

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Afghanistan, Durrani, Ahmad Shah (1735-72), ¿ Mohur, 10.99g, Mashhad (Lahore), ry.9 (cf. KM.639; Album 3090), extremely fine

£500-600

Afghanistan, Durrani, Ahmad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 11.06g, Mashhad (Lahore), ry.9 (cf. KM.639; Album 3090), extremely fine

£320-380

Afghanistan, Durrani, Ahmad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 11.02g, Mashhad (Lahore), ry.9 (cf. KM.639; Album 3090), extremely fine

£450-550

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8

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Afghanistan, Durrani, Ahmad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.97g, Mashhad (Lahore), ry. not visible, probably 9 (cf. KM.639; Album 3090), extremely fine

£320-380

Afghanistan, Durrani, Ahmad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.97g, Mashhad (Lahore), ry. not visible, probably 9 (cf. KM.639; Album 3090), extremely fine

£420-480

Afghanistan, Durrani, Ahmad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.98g, mint not visible, probably Peshawar, ry.3 (cf. KM.695), good very fine

£400-500

Afghanistan, Ahmad Shah, Rupee, Anwala, ry.14, countermarked raij (KM.228.1); Samanid, Mansur I bin Nuh (961-976), Dirham, Bukhara, AH359; Abbasid, Dirham, mint and date uncertain; Gaznavid, Mahmud (998-1030), Yamini Dirham, generally fine, the Samanind coin discoloured and the Abbasid coin double-struck (4)

£60-80

Afghanistan, Shah Shuja, Rupee (2), Ahmadshahi, Bakhar, Dost Muhammad (1842-63), Rupee, Kabul, AH(12)74, Anonymous Falus, Balkh (KM.1513, 309.1, 497.1); Bukhara, Muzaffar al-Din, Tenga, Bukhara, AH1219 (KM.70); Iran, Shah ‘Abbas II, Abbasi, Mashhad, average condition, fine (6)

£120-150

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Albania, Zog (1928-39), 50-Franga, 1938, head right, rev. crowned arms (F.16; KM.25; Schl.34), graze in front of face, otherwise good very fine

£400-500

Australia, a date collection of Sterling coinage, silver Threepences (34), Sixpences (29), Shillings (20), Florins (25), bronze Halfpennies (35), Pennies (45), and Decimal coins (73), all different dates (none of the very rare dates), very mixed condition (lot)

£100-150

Austria, Salzburg, Adalbert of Bohemia (1183-1200), Pfennig, undated, Bishop facing holding crozier and book, rev. cross above church with two towers; Matthaüs Lang von Wellenburg (1519-40), Half-Batzen, 1527, Bishop, rev. shield; Franz Anton von Harrach (1709-27), Half-Batzen 1714, Cardinal’s Hat over shield, rev. shield over value, very fine (3)

£60-90

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13

Austria, Leopold I (1657-1705), minor silver coins (11), 15-Kreuzer (5), 1661, 1662 CA, Vienna (KM.1170), 1662 GH, 1664 SHS (2), bust right, rev. arms, first 1662 extremely fine, others very fine or better; 6-Kreuzer (3), 1672, brilliant uncirculated, 1674 (2), and 3-Kreuzer (3), 1665, 1666, very fine, and 1668, extremely fine, together with a 3-Kreuzer of Ferdinand III, 1632, Graz (KM.709), very fine and Silesia-LiegnitzBrieg, Ludwig IV, 15-Kreuzer, 1660 EW (KM.430) (13)

£200-300

Brazil, 960-Réis (8), 1810 B, 1810 R (5), 1812 B, and 1810 mint letter unclear (KM.307.1 and 307.2), some traces of undertypes visible on all coins, very fine (8)

£200-300

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Brazil, 960-Réis (2), 1812 B, over Mexico City, 8-Reales, 1794 FM and 1815 B, over Mexico City, 8-Reales, 1807 TH (KM.307.1; Levy 54), both good very fine (2)

£100-120

Brazil, 960-Réis (8), 1813 R, 1813 B, 1814 B, 1814 R, 1815 (B), 1815 R, 1816 B, 1816 R (KM.307.1 and 307.3), traces of undertype visible on all coins, very fine and better (8)

£200-300


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Brazil, 960-Réis (8), 1813 R, 1814 R, 1814 B (3), 1814 (?), 1816 B, and 1816 (?) (KM.307.1 and 307.3), traces of undertype visible on all coins, very fine and better (8)

£200-300

Brazil, 960-Réis (2), 1813 R on Santiago, 8-Reales, 1812 FJ, and 1815 R on Santiago, 8-Reales, 1804 FJ (KM.307.1 and 307.3; Levy 151.15 and 147.17), both good very fine (2)

£100-120

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Brazil, 960-Réis (3), 1815 R on Santiago, 8-Reales, 1808 FJ, 1816 B on Mexico City, 8-Reales, 1796 FM, and 1817 R on Mexico City, 8-Reales, 1796 FM (KM.307.1 and 307.3; Levy 147.17, 54.7, and 54.19), good very fine and extremely fine (3)

£100-150

Brazil, 960-Réis (2), 1816 B on Cadiz, 8-Reales, 1814 CJ, and 1817 R on Cadiz, 1815 CJ (Levy 37.7 and 25.19), first good very fine, second very fine with edge cut at 2 o’clock (2)

£100-120

Brazil, 960-Réis (9), 1816 B (2), 1816 R (4), 1817 R, 1818 R (2) (KM.307.1 and 307.3), some traces of undertypes visible, very fine (9)

£200-300

Brazil, 960-Réis, 1817 R (3), over Santiago, 8-Reales, 180(1) AJ, Lima, 8-Reales, 1799 IJ, and Potosi, 8-Reales, 1804 PJ (Levy 145.19, 107.19 and 130.19), very fine or better (3)

£100-150

Brazil, 960-Réis (10), all Rio, 1818 on Lima, 1814 JP, 1818 on Santiago, 1815 PJ, 1819 (3), 1820 (3), 1821 on Potosi, 1820 PS, 1822 (KM.326.1), very fine and better (10)

£200-300

Brazil, 960-Réis (11), all Rio, 1819 (4), one on Lima, 1810 JP, 1820 (4), one on Lima 1818 JP, another on Lima 1819 JP, 1821 (3), one on Lima 1816 JP (KM.326.1), very fine and better (11)

£200-300

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British Trade Dollar, 1895b, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental pattern (KM.T5), extremely fine, scarce

£60-80

British Trade Dollars (4), 1899b, 1900B, 1901, 1901B (KM.T5), generally extremely fine (4)

£100-120

British Trade Dollars (7), 1895, 1896, 1897 (3), 1898, 1899, 1901 (KM.T5), very fine, good very fine (7)

£200-300

British Trade Dollars (9), 1895, 1896, 1896B, 1897, 1897B (2), 1898, 1898B, 1901B (KM.T5), generally very fine - extremely fine (9)

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British Trade Dollars (2) 1900, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental pattern (KM.T5), one very fine, the other, edge stains otherwise extremely fine, scarce (2)

£150-200

British Trade Dollar, 1902, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental pattern (KM.T5), about extremely fine, scarce

£60-80

British Trade Dollars (12), 1902, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 (2), 1911, 1912, 1913, 1919, 1929, 1930 (KM.T5), nearly very fine - good very fine, one or two better (12)

£250-350

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British Trade Dollars, 1903/2B, 1908/7B (KM.T5), reverse flaw on the first, some stains, extremely fine (2)

£120-160

British Trade Dollars (10), 1902B, 1903/2B, 1903B, 1904B (2), 1907B, 1908B, 1909B (2), 1910B (KM.T5), generally good very fine - extremely fine (10)

£200-300

British Trade Dollars (2), 1904/98B, about very fine, scarce, 1904/03B (KM.T5), very fine, scarce (2)

£60-80

British Trade Dollar, 1904/00B, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental design (KM.T5), very fine, scarce

£60-80

British Trade Dollars (3), 1908/07B, 1909/8B, 1910/00, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental design (KM.T5), stain on the 1908/07, otherwise generally good very fine extremely fine, scarce (3)

£100-120

British Trade Dollars (7), 1911B, 1912B, 1913B, 1925B, 1929B, 1930B (2) (KM.T5), generally extremely fine - about uncirculated (7)

£130-160

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British Trade Dollar, 1913B (KM.T5), very fine, scarce

£60-80

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British Trade Dollar, 1929/1B, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental pattern (KM.T5), toned, extremely fine, rare

£50-60

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British Trade Dollar, 1934B, Britannia standing left, rev. oriental pattern (KM.T5), good extremely fine, rare

£120-150

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Canada, George V, 10-Dollars (2), 1912, 1913, crowned, draped bust left, rev. shield (F.3; KM.27), good very fine and nearly very fine (2)

£700-800

Canada, a collection of silver Voyageur Dollars 1935-1966 (32), 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1946, 1947, 1947 maple leaf, 1950 (2), 1951, 1952 three waterlines, 1952 no waterlines, 1953 wire rim, 1953 flat rim, 1955 three waterlines, 1955 one and a half waterlines, 1956, 1957 three waterlines, 1957 one waterline, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965 (6 - all varieties), 1966 (2), also commemorative silver Dollars (5), 1939, 1949, 1958, 1964, 1967, and cupro-nickel Dollars (5), mostly extremely fine and better (42)

£400-600

Canada, miscellaneous coins in silver (73) and base metal (170), also silver coins of Newfoundland (5), and base metal coins of Newfoundland (5), New Brunswick (3), Nova Scotia (3) and Prince Edward Island (2), very mixed condition (lot)

£60-80

China, Empire, cast coinage, ¡ Sycee (1), 11.07g, very fine, Hsien-feng Chung Pao, Chekiang, 10 cash (KM.C4-4), good fine, others, cash (3), fine (5)

£30-40

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China, Empire, Formosa, Tao-kuang rebel coinage, c.1835, god of Longevity standing facing, rev. sacrificial vase (Kann 1a; KM.C25-3), good detail on obverse, extensive chop marks, otherwise very fine, rare

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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu (1875-1908), gold pattern K’uping Tael, 1906, Tientsin mint, plain edge, dragon surrounded by large clouds within plain circle, no inscription, rev. four characters, ‘Ta Ching Gold Coin’ within beaded circle, date over, value below (F.1; Kann 1540; L&M.1023), in NGC holder graded MS62, extremely rare

£40,000-60,000


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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, Anwei province, Dollar, year 24, 1898, inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.Y45.3), about very fine

£120-160

China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, Chihli province, Dollar, year 24, 1898, inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.Y65.2), edge knock, very fine

£200-300

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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, Chihli province, Dollar, year 34 (1908), inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.Y73.2), about very fine

£120-160

China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, Fengtien province, Dollar, 1899, inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.87), very fine

£200-300

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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, Hupeh province, Dollar, no date (1895-1907), inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.127.1), very fine

£180-230

China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, provincial issues, Kiangnan, Dollar, undated (1897), inscription, rev. dragon facing (KM.145.1), reverse with weakness at centre and chop marks, nearly very fine

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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, provincial issues, Kirin, Dollar (CD 1899), inscription around vase at centre, rev. facing dragon around inscription, celestial pearl below (KM.Y183), flaw on reverse, nearly very fine

£180-250

China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, provincial issues, Kwangtung, 20 Cents (2) (KM.Y205), about very fine, 10 Cents (KM.Y200), nearly very fine, Hupeh, milled coinage, Cash (1906) (KM.Y121), good very fine (4)

£40-60

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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, provincial issues, Szechuan, 1901-08, Dollar, inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl (Kann 145; KM.238), very fine

£80-100

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China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, provincial issues, Yunnan, Dollar, no date (1908), inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.Y254), about very fine

£130-180

China, provincial issues, Yunnan, 1911-15, Dollar, inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl (Kann 169d; KM.258), very fine

£100-150

China, Empire, Kuang-hsu, provincial issues, Yunnan, 50-Cents (2), no date (1908), inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.Y253), very fine, restruck imperial coinage in name of Kuang-hsu, 1920-31, rev. four circles below pearl (KM.257.2), very fine (2)

£80-120


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China, Empire, Hsuan-tung (1908-11), provincial issues, Kwangtung, Dollar, no date (1911-1911), inscription, rev. facing dragon around celestial pearl, inscription around (KM.Y206), very fine

£100-150

China, Empire, Hsuan-t’ung, Dollar, Tientsin, year 3 (1911), inscription, rev. facing dragon around inscription, celestial pearl below (Kann 226a; KM.31), stained, nearly very fine

£80-120

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China, Republic, Li Yüan-hung, Dollar, 1912, founding of the Republic, bare headed bust half left in military uniform within inner circle, inscription around divided by floral sprays, rev. inscription above floral wreath (KM.Y321), surface stains, otherwise very fine

£200-300

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China, Republic, Li Yüan-hung, Dollar, 1912, founding of the Republic, bare headed bust half left in military uniform within inner circle, inscription around divided by floral sprays, rev. inscription above floral wreath (KM.Y321), surface stains, otherwise about very fine, Sun Yat-sen, Memento Dollar, 1927 (KM.318a1), very fine (2)

£150-250

China, Republic, Yuan Shih-kai, Dollar 1914, bust left in military uniform, rev. inscription within wreath (KM.329), good very fine

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China, Republic, Yuan Shih-kai, Dollar, 1914, a 1918 restrike on flan 3.25 mm. thick, three-quarters facing bust with tall hat in military uniform, rev. inscription within wreath (KM.322.1), scratch in field to left of bust, extremely fine

£500-700

China, Republic, Yuan Shih-kai, Dollar 1919, bust left in military uniform, rev. inscription within wreath (KM.329.6), good very fine

£150-200

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China, Republic, Yuan Shih-kai, 1919-21, Dollar, bust left in military uniform, rev. inscription within wreath (KM.329.6), good very fine

£150-200

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China, Republic, Yuan Shih-kai, Dollar, 1919 (KM.Y329.6), stained, about very fine, Half-Dollar, 1914 (KM.Y328), very fine, 20-Cents, 1914 (KM.Y327), very fine, 5-Cents, 1914 (KM.Y326), very fine (4)

£150-250

China, Republic, Yuan Shih-kai, Dollar 1921, bust left in military uniform, rev. inscription within wreath (KM.329.6), good very fine

£100-150


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China, Republic, Tsao Kun, memorial Dollar, 1923, facing bust in civilian attire, rev. crossed flags, inscription above (KM.K677), edge knock, a few light marks, extremely fine

£600-800

China, Republic, Sun Yat-sen, Dollar, 1932, bust left, rev. junk sailing right dividing symbols, with birds and rising sun (KM.Y344), light marks, extremely fine

£600-800

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72

71

China, Republic, Sun Yat-sen, Dollar, 1933, bust left, rev. junk sailing right dividing symbols, no birds or rising sun (KM.Y345), light marks in fields in places, good extremely fine

£400-600

China, Republic, Sun Yat-sen, Dollar, 1934, bust left, rev. junk sailing right dividing symbols, no birds or rising sun (KM.Y345), small stain to left below junk, light hairlines, good extremely fine

£200-300

China, Republic, Sun Yat-sen, 5-Cents (KM.Y348), very fine, 2-Cents (KM.354), good very fine, Taiwan, Republic, Chiao, 1949 (KM.531), very fine (3)

£40-60

73 73

74

China, fantasy brass ‘Junk’ Dollar struck for 30th Anniversary of first issue, 1963, inscription, rev. junk sailing right, with birds and rising sun, edge plain (KM. -; Kann -), extremely fine

£120-160

China, Republic, Kwangtung, 20-Cents, 1920 (KM.Y423), good very fine, 10-Cents, 1913 (KM.Y422), about very fine (2)

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China, Republic, Sinkiang, Dollar, 1949, inscription within wreath, rev. 1 with pointed base (KM.Y46.2), good very fine

76 76

77

78

£200-250

77

China, Republic, Szechuan, Dollar, 1912, inscription around floral crest, rev. inscription within ring of circles (KM.Y456), very fine

£100-150

China, Republic, Szechuan, Dollar, 1912, inscription around floral crest, rev. inscription within ring of circles (KM.Y456), about very fine

£80-120

China, Republic, Yunnan, General T’ang Chi-yao, 50-Cents, undated (c.1917), bust facing half left within inner circle, wreath below, inscription above, rev. crossed flags, star between (KM.Y479), good very fine

£80-100

79 79

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China, Republic, Yunnan, General T’ang Chi-yao, 50-Cents, bare headed bust in military uniform facing, rev. crossed flags (KM.479), surface stains, otherwise good very fine

£100-150

China, Republic, Yunnan, General T’ang Chi-yao, 50-Cents, 1932, crossed flags, inscription above, rev. inscription (KM.Y492), very fine

£60-80


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81 81

China, Yunnan-Burma, Tael, undated (1943-44), semi-circular Burmese inscription, Chinese inscription in line below, rev. Chinese character ‘Fu’ (wealth) (Kann 940; L&M-433), scuffs, good very fine

£100-150

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China, Yunnan-Burma, Tael, undated (1943-44), Chinese inscription in lines above Burmese inscription in two lines below, rev. stag’s head within inner circle (Kann 939), scuffs, good fine

£60-80

83 83

China, Yunnan-Burma, Half-Tael, undated (1943-44), semi-circular Burmese inscription, Chinese inscription in line below, rev. Chinese character ‘Fu’ (wealth) (Kann 941; L&M-433), scuffs, very fine

£80-120

84 86 84

85

86

Czechoslovakia, Republic, Dukat, 1927, shield, rev. Duke Wenceslas half length (Fr. 2; KM.8), good very fine

£200-250

Ethiopia, temp. Haile Selassie I (1941-74), brass Government Tokens (2), lion and flag right, rev. number 13; St George & dragon, rev. S.G.B. 3.175, both holed for suspension, fine and very fine

£40-60

France, Francis I (1515-47), Dauphine, Ecu d’or, 3.27g, arms of France and Dauphine, rev. floriate cross (Fr.354), ex mount, polished, fine

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French Indo-China, Piastre (2), 1895A (KM.5a1), stains, nearly very fine, 1931 (KM.19), stain on reverse, extremely fine, Japan, Matsushito, Yen, 1894 (KM.YA25.3) very fine, United States, trade Dollar, 1878S (KM.108), good very fine (4)

£100-130

88 88

Germany, Anhalt-Zerbst, Carl Wilhelm von Zerbst (1667-1718), Two-thirds Taler, 1675 CP, bust right, no inner circle, rev. crowned shield, horizontal date at sides (Dav.202; KM. -), good very fine

£100-150

89 89

Germany, Anhalt-Zerbst, Carl Wilhelm von Zerbst, Two-thirds Taler, 1676 CP, bust right, no inner circle, rev. crowned shield, date vertical at sides (Dav.202; KM.19.4), very fine

£80-120

90 90

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Germany, Anhalt-Zerbst, Carl Wilhelm von Zerbst, One-third Taler, 1674 CP, bust right in inner circle, rev. crowned arms, vertical date at sides (KM.17), good very fine

£200-300


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92

Germany, Brandenberg, Friedrich Wilhelm (1640-88), One-third Talers (4), 1669 TT (KM.379), 1671 TT (KM.379), 1671 IW (KM.410), 1672 GF (KM.378), mostly very fine (4)

£100-150

Germany, Brandenberg, Friedrich Wilhelm, One-third Talers (3), 1671 GF (KM.378), 1673 GF (KM.378), 1675 HS (KM.379), very fine or better (3)

£80-120

94

93 93

94

Germany, Brandenberg, Friedrich Wilhelm, One-third Talers (3), 1671 TT (KM.379), 1671 GF (KM.378), 1671 TT (KM.379), very fine (3)

£80-120

Germany, Brandenburg, Friedrich III (1688-1713), Two-thirds Taler, 1691, bust right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.281; Weise 639), cleaned, very fine

£60-80

95 95

Germany, Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Augustus (1635-66) Doppeltaler, 1655 HS, Augustus on horseback right, rev. shield with five helms, 57.30g. (Dav.70a; Fiala 301; Welter 772), very fine

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Germany, Eisleben, Three-quarter Taler, 1661, on the centennial of the Naumburg Convention, city view, shield below, rev. bust of Martin Luther three-quarters right, trefoil at end of legend both sides, date below (Tornau 1472 1b; Whiting 137), very fine

£100-150

98 97 97

g98

Germany, Friedberg, Burgrave Johann Maria Rudolph, Thaler, 1804 GB (F)GH, crowned double headed eagle, rev. St George and the dragon, castle in background (KM.75), some time cleaned, good very fine

£500-600

Germany, Hannover, George IV (1820-30), 21⁄ 2 -Thalers, 1821 B, laureate head left, rev. value (F.1160; KM.130), some scuffs on the reverse, about very fine

£200-250

99

99

100

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Germany, Lipe-Detmold, Simon Heinrich (1666-97), One-third Taler, 1672, arms, rev. value (KM.86), very fine

£80-120

Germany, Magdeberg, August of Saxe-Weisenfels (1638-80), Two-thirds Taler, 1671 HHF, bust right, rev. crowned shield, horizontal date at sides (Dav.631; KM.169), good very fine

£100-150


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102

102

Germany, Magdeberg, August of Saxe-Weisenfels, Two-thirds Taler, 1674 HHF, bust right, rev. crowned shield, horizontal date at sides (Dav.631; KM.169), good very fine

£100-150

Germany, Magdeberg, August of Saxe-Weisenfels, Two-thirds Taler, 1675 HHF, bust right, date below, rev. crowned shield (Dav.635; KM.175.1), good very fine

£100-150

103 103

104

Germany, Mainz, Lothar Friedrich von Metternich-Burscheid (1673-75), 60-Kreuzer or Two-thirds Taler, 1675 MF, bust right, rev. crowned shield between palms (Dav.648; KM.123), extremely fine

£100-150

Germany, Mansfeld-Bornstedt, Franz Maximilian (1644-92), One-third Taler, 1672 ABK, St George right, date below, rev. crowned shield dividing date (KM.152), very fine

£80-100

105 105

Germany, Pomerania-Wolgast, under Sweden, Karl XI (1660-97), One-third Talers (2), 1673 DS, cuirassed bust with short wig, 1674 DS, draped bust with long wig (KM.255, 260), very fine (2)

£100-150

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107

Germany, Saxony, Ernestine line, Friedrich III, the Wise (1486-1525), broad Guldengroschen, 28.9g, with the title of Maximilian I, undated (c.1512), FRID DUX SAX ELECT IMPER - QVE LOCVM TEN - ES GENERS, legend divided by four shields, armoured bust right, wearing net cap, IHS MARIA on breast plate, rev. MAXIMILIANVS ROMANORVM REX SEMPER AVGVST, eagle, shield on breast (Dav. type 9699; Domanig 34; Schnee 37; Schulten 3019), very fine, very rare

£6,000-8,000

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Christian I (1586-91), Taler, 1587 HB, Dresden mint, armoured half-length figure right, holding sword and helmet, rev. shield with three helms (Dav.9806; Schnee 731), good fine

£50-80

108 108

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg I and August of Naumburg (1611-15), Doppeltaler, 1615, Johann Georg, armoured, half-length, standing right, holding sword and helm, rev. bust of August right, in circle of 18 shields (Dav.7572; KM.46; Schnee 785), very fine

£500-700

109 109

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Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg I alone (1616-56), Doppeltaler, 1616, armoured half-length figure right, holding sword and helm, rev. shield with six helms (Dav.7590a; KM.91), very fine, scarce

£600-800


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111

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg I, Doppeltaler, 1635, Dresden mint, armoured half-length figure right, holding sword and helm, rev. shield with six helms (Dav.7600; KM.133; Schnee 871), very fine, scarce

ÂŁ500-600

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg I, Taler, 1642 CR, Dresden mint, armoured half-length figure right, holding sword and helm, rev. shield with eight helms (Dav.7612; KM.425; Schnee 879), very fine

ÂŁ70-90

112 112

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg II, Doppeltaler, 58.2g, 1657, Dresden mint, on the Vicariat, DEO ET PATRIAE, Duke on horseback right, shield below, rev. legend in twelve lines (Dav.398; KM.460; Schnee 897), good very fine

1,000-1,200

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113

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg II, Doppeltaler, 58.4g, 1661, Dresden mint, on the laying of the foundation stone of the Moritzburg chapel, trophy on obelisk, crowned book to left and crowned swords to right, rev. legend in twelve lines (Dav.401; KM.496; Schnee 912), good very fine, scarce

ÂŁ800-1,000

See also medal - Lot 389

114

114

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Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg II, Doppeltaler, 57.85g, 1663 CR, Dresden mint, Duke in coronation robes standing, rev. shields and helm in circle of 20 shields (Dav.404; KM.504; Schnee 918), very fine, scarce

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Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg II (1656-1680), Two-thirds Taler, 1676, bust right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.805; KM.549), extremely fine

£150-200

116 116

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg II, One-third Taler (2), 1669 CR, 1672 CR, bust right, rev. crowned shield, date above (KM.522, 547), extremely fine and good very fine (2)

£120-150

117 117

118

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg II, One-third Taler (2), 1669 CR, 1673 CR, bust right, rev. crowned shield, date above (KM.522, 547), extremely fine (2)

£120-160

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg II, One-third Taler (2), 1673 CR, 1675 CR, bust right, rev. crowned shield, date above (KM.547), extremely fine (2)

£80-120

119 119

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg II, One-third Taler 1667 HI, cuirassed bust right, rev. divided shields, date above, coinage for Oberlaustiz struck at Bautzen (KM.517), good very fine (2)

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121

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg II, One-third Taler 1675 CR, bust right, rev. crowned oval shield, date above (KM.548), extremely fine

£100-120

Germany, Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Georg Wilhelm van Berleburg (1643-84), Half-Gulden or 30-Kreuzer, 1675 IB, draped bust right, value below rev. AD INSTAR GRUIS, crowned shield, date in legend (KM.45), extremely fine, rare

£200-400

122 122

123

125

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Germany, Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein, Gustav von Wittgenstein (1657-1701), Two-thirds Taler, 1674 IZW, bust right, rev. UT PRESSA PALM, crowned shield, date in legend (Dav.908; KM.51), extremely fine

£150-200

Germany, Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein, Gustav von Wittgenstein, Two-thirds Taler, 1676, bust right, rev. TANDEM FORTUNA - OBSTETRICE, crowned shield, date in legend (Dav.917; KM.A55), nearly extremely fine

£100-150

124 124

121

125

Germany, Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein, Gustav von Wittgenstein, Two-thirds Taler, 1676, bust right, no inner circle, rev. TANDEM FORTUNA OBSTETRICE, crowned shield, date in legend (Dav.917; KM.79), extremely fine

£150-200

Germany, Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen, Christian Wilhelm von ArnstadtSonderhausen (1666-1721), Two-thirds Taler, 1676 HM, bust right, rev. crowned shield with supporters (Dav.950; KM.-), good very fine

£100-150


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127

German East Africa, Wilhelm II (1888-1918), 15-Rupees, 1916, elephant, rev. eagle, long arabesque under T (F.1; J.728b), good very fine German East Africa, Pesa, 1890 (2) (KM.1), extensive lustre, extremely fine (2)

£1,600-1,800 £40-60

128 g128

Holland, Louis Napoleon (1806-10), Ducat, 1809, head left, rev. shield (Del.1180; F.322; Schulman 132), light scuffs, about extremely fine

£300-350

130

129 129

Hong Kong, Victoria (1837-1901), Dollar, 1866 (KM.10), nearly very fine

£150-200

130

Hong Kong, Victoria, Dollar, 1867 (KM.10), nearly very fine

£150-200

131

132

131

Hong Kong, Victoria, Dollar, 1868 (KM.10), stains, nearly very fine

£150-200

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Hong Kong, Victoria, 50-Cents, 1891 (KM.9.1), good very fine

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135

Hong Kong, Victoria, 50-Cents (3), 1892, 1893, 1894 (KM.9.1), the first cleaned, very fine, the second, fine, the third, very fine (3)

£130-160

Hong Kong, Victoria, 20-Cents (7), 1866, 1882H, 1885, 1886, 1889H, 1890H, 1895 (KM.7), generally fine - nearly very fine (7)

£80-120

Hong Kong, Edward VII (1901-10), 50-Cents (2), 1902, 1905 (KM.15), the first good very fine, the second, very fine (2)

£80-100

136 136

Hong Kong, Edward VII, 50-Cents (2), 1904, 1905 (KM.15), very fine (2)

£100-130

136 137

138

139

140

141

142

143

144

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Hong Kong, proof 10 Dollars, 1994, gold centre with gold/silver alloy outer ring around, flower, rev. value (KM.70a), in box of issue, with certificate, no.11801 of 20,000 issued, uncirculated, China, People’s Republic, ¿ proof 10 Yuan, 1989, Temple of Heaven, rev. panda (KM.188), in box of issue, uncirculated (2)

£180-220

Hungary, Leopold I (1657-1705), 15-Krajczar (2), 1665, 1674, bust right, rev. Madonna and Child dividing KB, first with verdigris, good very fine, second extremely fine, 6-Krajczar, 1671, similar, also with some verdegris, good very fine (3)

£100-150

Italy, Venice, 13th - 15th century silver Grossi (20), including Pietro Ziani, Jacopo Tiepolo, Raniero Zeno, Jacopo Contarini, Giovanni Dandolo, Pietro Gradenigo, Francesco Dandolo, G. Bartolomeo Gradenigo, Andrea Contarini, Michele Steno, and Francesco Foscari, fine to very fine, most with collector’s tickets (20)

£500-600

Italy, 19th and 20th century coins (325), in silver (40) and base metal (285), no duplication, very mixed condition (lot)

£60-80

Indonesia, Java, Sultanate of Bantam, Pangeran Ratou (c.16th-17th century), tin Cash, uniface, Javanese legend (cf. MNI.3131); Sumatra, tin Cash (2), hexagonal similar legends, hexagonal central hole, fine to very fine (3)

£150-200

Indonesia, Sumatra, Sultans of Palembang (18th -19th century), uniface tin Pitis (43), many different types, some unrecorded, generally very fine, some better (43)

£200-250

Indonesia, Sumatra, Bangka Island (c.19th century), Chinese merchant tokens (6), all different, very fine or better, scarce (6)

£300-350

Indonesia (c.19th century), Plantation Tokens (9): Unternehmung, Hessa, 1-Dollar, 1890; Unternehmung, Soengei Serbangan, 1-Dollar, 1891; Eong Hong, Toentoengan, 20-, 10-Cents; Sumatra, Deli, De Guigne Freres, 3-, 2-Gantang Bras; Langkat, Onderneming Wampoe, 1-Dollar; Serdang, Baumann Wetter & Co, 1-Dollar; Soember Doeren, 10-Cents, generally very fine to extremely fine (9)

£250-300


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Ionian Islands, under British rule, 2-Lepta, 1819, Lion of St Mark left, rev. Britannia (KM.31), Channel Islands, Jersey, Victoria (1837-1901) (2), One Twenty-sixth of a Shilling, 1858 (S.7002; KM.2), lustrous, good extremely fine, One Twelfth of a Shilling, 1894 (S.7006; KM.8), lustrous, good extremely fine (3)

£80-100

146 147 146

147

Iran, Qajar Dynasty, Nasir al-Din (1848-96), ¿ Toman, 3.40g, Dar al-Mulk Tabaristan, AH1270 (KM.853), test punch on reverse, weak strike, about extremely fine

£90-110

Iran, Pahlavi Dynasty, Muhammad Reza Shah (1941-79), gold medal, 34.60g, commemorating the Coronation of Mohammad Reza and Empress Farah, SH1346 (1967), conjoined portraits of royal couple left, rev. imperial crown above legend and date, small abrasions in field, good extremely fine

£700-800

148 148

149

148 (x1.5)

Jamaica, George III, countermarked Lima Half-Real, 1758, current for five pence, GR countermark over crowned shield, rev. GR countermark over globe between two pillars (Prid.8; KM.1.3), pierced above crown, bold countermarks especially on obverse, very fine, rare

£100-120

Jamaica, Edward VII, Penny, 1905, crowned bust right, rev. shield (Prid. 31; KM.23), small stain on shield, uncirculated

£40-50

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151

Keeling-Cocos Islands, a complete set of the John Clunies Ross plastic ‘ivory’ tokens dated 1913, octagonal 5-Rupees, 277, round 2-Rupees, 678, square Rupee, 1360, octagonal 50-Cents, 1492, square 25-Cents, 3885, round 10-Cents, 1145, and oval 5Cents, 3833 (KM.Tn1-7), the 50-Cents very rubbed, the other very fine and better, scarce as a set (7)

£600-800

Keeling-Cocos Islands, John Clunies Ross plastic ‘ivory’ tokens dated 1913 (2), 5-Cents oval, 4113, and 10-Cents round, 1866 (KM.Tn 1 and 2), fine (2)

£100-150

152 g152

Liechtenstein, Franz Joseph II (1938-90), 50-Francs, 1956, heads left, rev. arms (F.20), extremely fine

£250-300

153 153

154

155

Malaysia, Johore, Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah II (1571-97), ¿ Kupang, 0.62g (SS.9); Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah III (1623-77), Octagonal ¿ Kupang, 0.62g (SS.14), about extremely fine and extremely fine (2)

£100-120

Malaysia, Sultanate of Kelantan (19th-early 20th century), tin Pitis (6): AH1256 (2), 1300, 1314 (incuse legend), 1321, undated (KM.1, 4, 5, 10, 15), good very fine or better, some with lustre (6)

£100-120

Malaysia, Kedah, Sultan Rijalu’ddin Shah (1625-51), ¿ Kupang, 0.56g Sultan Rijal, rev. similar legend dewa shah (SS.-), good very fine, extremely rare

£500-600

156 156

Malaysia, Kedah, Sultan Muhammad Jiwa Zainal Shah (1710-73), Real, 2.25g, AH1154, Arabic legend Sultan Muhammad Jiwa khalifatur Rahman, rev. bebalad Kedah darul aman sanat 1154 (cf. SS.12; KM.18), about fine

£150-200

157

Malaysia, Kedah (c.19th century), tin Tra (3), all different, fine to very fine (3)

£200-250

158

Malaysia, Kedah (c.19th century), tin Tra (3), all different, fine to very fine (3)

£200-250

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159 Mauritius, Rupee, 1934 (KM.17), Seychelles, Rupee, 1939 (KM.4), both uncirculated (2)

£100-120

Mexico, Philip V (1700-46), 8-Reales, 1735 MF, crowned shield, rev. pillars (CT.779; KM.103), typical sea salvage coin, slightly bent, very fine

£60-100

161

Mexico, Philip V, 4-Reales 1738 MF (KM.94), cleaned, very fine

£80-120

162

Mexico, Charles IV (1788-1808), 8-Reales, Mexico City, 1793 (KM.109) nearly very fine, Republic, Peso (2), 1872, Mexico City (KM.408.5), very fine, 1881, Potosi, assayer MH (KM. -), very fine (3)

159

160

£100-120

163 163

164

Mongolia, People’s Republic, Tugrik, 1925, symbols around yin-yang, rev. inscription within wreath, panel above (KM.8), spot on wreath, extremely fine

£60-80

Mongolia, People’s Republic, 50 Mongo, 1925, symbols around yin-yang, rev. inscription within wreath, panel above (KM.7), spot on edge, extremely fine, 20 Mongo, 1925 (KM.6), about very fine, 15 Mongo, 1925 (KM.5), fine, 10 Mongo, 1925 (KM.4), fine (4)

£60-80

165 x165

166

167

x168

Netherlands, Flanders, Louis de Male (1346-84), Nouvelle Chaise d’or au Lion, 4.46g, ruler seated facing on ornate throne holding sword in right hand, left hand resting on shield with lion rampant, rev. floriate cross within quatrefoil (Fr.163; Delmonte 466; Gaill.218), almost extremely fine

£1,800-2,000

Netherlands, 19th and 20th century coins (359), in silver (89) and base metal (270), very mixed condition, 19th century coins very fine, the modern coins mostly extremely fine or better (lot)

£60-80

Nigeria, Elizabeth II, a small hoard of Halfpennies (480) and Pennies (22), all 1959 (KM.1 and 2), all brilliant uncirculated (502)

£100-120

Ottoman, Suleyman I (1520-66), Akces (15), some with dates visible (A.A1321.1), generally fine or better (15)

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170

Ottoman, Egypt, Selim II ibn Sulaiman (974-982 AH/1566-74 AD), ¿ Altin, 3.53g, Misr, AH 974 (Album 1324), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Sotheby, 6 April 1978, lot 209 170

Ottoman, Mustafa II (1106-15 AH/1695-1703 AD), ¿ Altin, 3.45g, Urdu-y Humayun (Royal mint), AH 1106 (KM.A131), good fine, rare

£550-600

171 171

Ottoman, Egypt, Ahmed III (1703-30), ¿ Altin and Eshrefi Altin, Misr, AH1115 (KM.72, 73), both fine, the second holed (2)

£150-200

172 172

Ottoman, Egypt, Mahmud I (1143-68 AH/1730-54), Zeri Mahbub, 2.51g, Misr, AH 1143, XXV (KM.86), good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Sotheby, 4 April 1978, lot 215

173 173

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Ottoman, Turkey, Muhammad V (1327-36 AH/1909-18 AD), 250-Piastres de Luxe, AH 1327, year 5 (KM.757), extremely fine

£350-450


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Palestine, British Administration, Proof Æ 1-Mil, 1927 (KM.1), a couple of surface imperfections, about uncirculated

£280-350

Low mintage - only 66 struck

175 175

Peru, Republic, Sol, 1886 over 5 TF (KM.196.22), extremely fine, scarce overdate

176

Peru, Republic, Soles (13), 1887 TF (KM.196.22), 1888 TF, 1888 TF over BF (2), 1889 TF, 1889 TF over BF, 1890 TF, 1890 TF over FF, 1891 over 81 TF over BF, 1891 TF over BF (2), 1891 (KM.196.24), good very fine to extremely fine (13)

£150-250

Peru, Republic, Soles (12), 1893 TF (2), 1393 TF error date, 1894 TF (2), 1895 TF (2), 1896 TF (2), 1896 F (2), 1897 JF (KM.196.26), very fine to extremely fine (12)

£150-250

Peru, Republic, Soles (7), 1914 FG, 1915 FG (2) (KM.196.26), 1916 FG LIBERTAD incuse (KM.196.27), 1916 FG LIBERTAD in relief (KM.196.28), 1923 LIBERTAD in relief (KM.217.1), and 1923 LIBERTAD incuse (KM.217.2), first two extremely fine, others very fine, the last two scarce (7)

£100-150

Peru, Republic, Soles (17), 1923 (2), 1924 (3), 1925 (3), 1926 (2), 1930 (2), 1931, 1933 (2), 1934, 1935, very fine to extremely fine (17)

£200-300

Peru, Republic, Soles (6), 1871 YJ, 1872 YJ (KM.196.3), 1879 YJ (KM.196.5), 1884 BD (KM.196.19), 1885 RD, 1885 TD over BF (KM.196.22), very fine and better (6)

£120-150

Poland, Republic, a group of silver coins (25), all different, 10-Zlotych (10), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1932(w), 1933, Jan III Sobieski 1933, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 5-Zlotych (8), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1934, 1935, 1936, Gdynia seaport 1936, 2-Zlotych (5), queen Jadwiga 1932, 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski 1934, Gdynia seaport 1936, average good very fine to extremely fine (25)

£200-300

Poland, Republic, a group of silver coins (25), all different, 10-Zlotych (10), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1932(w), 1933, Jan III Sobieski 1933, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 5-Zlotych (8), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1934, 1935, 1936, Gdynia seaport 1936, 2-Zlotych (5), queen Jadwiga 1932, 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski 1934, Gdynia seaport 1936, average good very fine to extremely fine (25)

£200-300

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182

£80-100

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Poland, Republic, a group of silver coins (25), all different, 10-Zlotych (10), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1932(w), 1933, Jan III Sobieski 1933, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 5-Zlotych (8), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1934, 1935, 1936, Gdynia seaport 1936, 2-Zlotych (5), queen Jadwiga 1932, 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski 1934, Gdynia seaport 1936, average good very fine to extremely fine (25)

£200-300

Poland, Republic, a group of silver coins (25), all different, 10-Zlotych (10), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1932(w), 1933, Jan III Sobieski 1933, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 5-Zlotych (8), queen Jadwiga 1932(l), 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski first type 1934, second type 1934, 1935, 1936, Gdynia seaport 1936, 2-Zlotych (5), queen Jadwiga 1932, 1933, 1934, Josef Pilsudski 1934, Gdynia seaport 1936, average good very fine to extremely fine (25)

£200-300

Portuguese Malacca, Manuel I (1495-1521), lead Bastardo (60-Reis), shield, v-o/globe; Joao III, lead Bastardo, Dinheiro; Sebastian I, lead Double-Bastardo, 18.92g, shield/three crossed arrows, S-B (Gomes, Manuel, 18.01; Joao III, 11, 15.01; Sebastian, cf. 31), generally very fine for issue (4)

£250-300

Portuguese Malacca, Joao III (1521-57), lead Bastardo, Soldo, Dinheiro (2), cross/globe, Sebastian I (1557-78), Bastardo, Dinheiro (3), shield/ship, crossed spears, BA/globe, ISMA/globe; together with anonymous Bazaruco & Half Bazaruco, cross/shield (Gomes, Joao 12, 13.01, 15.01; Sebastian: 23, 24, 25, 31), about fine to very fine (9)

£150-200

Portuguese Malacca, Joao III, lead Bastardo, Soldo; Sebastian I, lead Double-Bastardo (2), 18.58g, 13.75g, shield/three crossed arrows, S-B (Gomes, Joao III, 12, 15.01; Sebastian, cf. 31), fine to very fine for issue (4)

£220-270

Russia, miscellaneous coins, including Polushka (1), Quarter-Kopecks (11), Dengas (12), Half-Kopecks (19), Kopecks (52), 2-Kopecks (64), 3-Kopecks (29), 5-Kopecks (13), silver 5-Kopecks (24), 10-Kopecks (42), 15-Kopecks (38), 20-Kopecks (31), 25-Kopecks (6), 50-Kopecks (6), Poltinas (3), Roubles (3), and a quantity of post 1917 coins (approx. 280), very mixed condition (lot)

£300-500

Serbia, Milan Obrenovich (1868-89), 10-Dinara, 1882, head right, rev. value in wreath (F.4; KM.16), very fine

£60-80

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South Africa, Z.A.R., Pond, 1897 (Fr.2; KM.10.2), very fine, Sixpence (2), 1892, 1893 (KM.4), fine, Threepence, 1894 (KM.4), good fine (4)

£150-180

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South Africa, Z.A.R., Pond, 1898, bust of Kruger left, rev. arms (KM.10.2), extremely fine

£300-400


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Spain, Visigoths, Sisebert (612-21) Tremissis, 1.42g, Seville, facing bust, +SISEBVTVS rev. +.ISPALIPIVS:, facing bust (Cayon 220), extremely fine

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£200-250

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Spain, Visigoths, Egica and Wittiza (698-702), base gold Tremissis, 1.22g, Toledo, two seated figures divided by cross on long shaft, rev. monogram (Cayon 445), very fine, rare

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£800-1,000

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Spain, Philip V (1700-46), Seville, 8-Reales, 1731 PA, crowned shield, assayer’s initials vertical, rev. arms of Castile and Leon (CC 12539; CCT 524; Dav.1697; KM.358), typical sea salvage coin, very fine

£200-250

Straits Settlements, Edward VII, Dollars (3), 1903 (2), 1904 (KM.25), the 1904, surface dirt, nearly very fine, the others very fine (3)

£120-150

Straits Settlements, Edward VII, Dollar, 1904 (KM.25), stain by edge, otherwise nearly extremely fine

£100-120

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Straits Settlements, Edward VII, Dollars (2), 1907, 1907H (KM.26), very fine (2)

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Straits Settlements, Edward VII, Dollars (2), 1908, 1909H (KM.26), the 1908, very fine, the 1909, good very fine (2)

£60-80

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Straits Settlements, George V, restrike proof Dollar, 1919 (KM.33), a few small stains, uncirculated

£80-100

Straits Settlements, George V, Dollars, 1920 (2) (KM.33), one with surface dirt, both very fine (2)

£80-100

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Switzerland, Aargau, 20-Batz, 1809, shield, rev. soldier seated (DT.191; HMZ 2.20b), good very fine

£150-200

Switzerland, Appenzell, 4-Franken (Neutaler), 1812, shield of Bern, rev. soldier standing (Dav.360; Divo 116; DT.154; HMZ 2.28a), very fine

£250-300

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Switzerland, Basel, Goldgulden in the name of King Sigismund, 3.38g, undated (1429-33), orb in trefoil, rev. standing Madonna and Child (F.3; HMZ 2-49a), very fine

£150-200

Switzerland, Basel, Quarter-Taler, 1740, basilisk with shield, rev. city view (DT.768; HMZ 2.102b), small split on edge at 7 o’clock, about extremely fine, with lustre

£120-150

Switzerland, Bern, Doppelduplone, 1795, shield, rev. legend (DT.499c; F.181; HMZ 2.211d), very fine

£500-600

Switzerland, Bern, Taler, 1795, crowned shield, rev. soldier standing, two feathers in his hat (Dav.1759; Divo 42; DT.507a; HMZ 2.218b), very fine

£60-80

Switzerland, Bern, Taler, 1798, new style narrow shield in oval, rev. old style soldier standing in oval (Divo 43a/43; DT.509/508; HMZ 2.218f/e), die rust and die cracks on reverse, very fine

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Switzerland, Bern, Half-Taler, 1796, crowned shield, rev. soldier standing (DT.510a; HMZ 2.219a), extremely fine, with lustre

£120-150

Switzerland, Bern, 18th century minor coins (12), 4-Kreuzer (2), 1789, 1798, 20Kreuzer (6), 1719 1785, 1788, 1794, 1796, 1798, Kreuzer (2), 1777, 1793, HalfKreuzer (2), 1774, 1785, and 19th century minor coins (4), 4-Kreuzer, 1818, Batzen, 1826, Half-Batzen, 1826, and Rappen, 1818, average very fine (16)

£80-120

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Switzerland, Bern, 10-Batzen, 1797 (DT.513), 5-Batzen, 1826 BATZ (DT.37a), 10Kreuzer, 1776 (DT.522d), 21⁄ 2 -Batzen, 1826 BAZ (DT.38b), 4-Kreuzer (2), 1789, 1798, 2-Kreuzer (2), 1785, 1798, smaller coins (12), fine to very fine (20)

£150-250

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213

Switzerland, Bern, Franken (10-Batzen), 1811, crowned oval shield, rev. soldier standing (DT.34; HMZ 2.233), good very fine with some lustre

£120-150

Switzerland, Fribourg, 4-Franken, 1813, arms, rev. soldier standing (Dav.363; Divo 72; DT.104; HMZ 2.283a), good very fine

£300-400

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Switzerland, Geneva, copper emergency coinage (city beseiged by Charles Emanuele of Savoy), One Sol, 1590 (HMZ 2-303zz), billon Sol, 1785 (HMZ 2-349a), Revolutionary coinage, silver 15-Sols, 1794 (HMZ 2-342); Luzern, silver Groschen, 1606 (HMZ 2638g), Zurich, silver Batzen, 1607 (HMZ 2-1154b), St Gall, Batzen (5), 1811, 1812, 1814, 1815, 1816, other minor Swiss coins (22), fine to very fine (32)

£250-350

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Switzerland, Geneva, 5-Francs, 1848, arms, rev. value in wreath (Dav.375; Divo 169; HMZ 2-364a; KM.137), extremely fine with some brilliance

£200-250

Switzerland, Luzern, minor coins (15), Schilling, undated ‘old type’, shield, rev. Bishop Leodgar standing, plain border (HMZ 2-624a), fine; Schilling, 1609 (HMZ 2-640g), fine; Batzen (5), 1807, 1808, 1810, 1811, 1813, fine; Half-Batzen, 1813, fine; Rappen (4), 1774, 1804, 1839, 1843, very fine; Angster (3), 1790, 1823, 1832, very fine (15)

£60-80

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218

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Switzerland, Nidwalden, 5-Batzen, 1811, shield, rev. value in wreath (DT.92; HMZ 2272a), good very fine; Obwalden, 5-Batzen (DT.89; HMZ 2-742a), good fine (2)

£150-200

Switzerland, Uri, bracteate Angster, undated, bull’s head, V-R-I (HMZ 2-980a), very fine

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Switzerland, Vaud, 40-Batzen, 1812, shield, rev. soldier standing (Dav.362; Divo 144; DT.222; HMZ 2.997), extremely fine

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221

222

£400-500

Switzerland, Vaud, 20-Batzen, 1810, arms, rev. soldier resting arm on shield (DT.224a; HMZ 2-999a), uncirculated, some light rubbing on the highest points, toned

£100-120

Switzerland, Vaud, Franc, 1845, rams, rev. soldier leaning on shield (DT.227; HMZ 21001; KM.22), extremely fine, some lustre under light grey toning

£150-200

Switzerland, silver Bracteates (4), of Zurich, Fraumünster-Abtei, head facing, 0.39g, Basel, city shield, 0.33g, and Bischöfe (2), facing head, 0.34g, and head to left, 0.39g, good very fine (4)

£80-120

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Switzerland, Zurich, Ducat, 1775, lion with shield, rev. legend (DT.407F; F.486b; HMZ 2jj), very fine

£300-350

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Switzerland, Zurich, Quarter-Taler, 1674, lion with shield, rev. legend (DT.1089b; HMZ 2-1149d), very fine, scarce

£80-120

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Switzerland, Zurich, Taler, 1745, lion with shield, rev. city view, date in plain tablet below (Dav.1791; Divo 24h; DT.422i; HMZ 2-1164mm), good very fine

£100-150

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Switzerland, Zurich, 40-Batzen (Neutaler), 1813, wreath over shield, rev. legend in wreath (Dav.366; Divo 33; DT.18; HMZ 2.1172a), extremely fine

227

Switzerland, miscellaneous coins (619) including 1-Rappen (71), 2-Rappen (48), 5Rappen (90), 10-Rappen (89), 20-Rappen (76), Half-Franken (71), Franken (67), 2Franken (62), and 5-Franken (45), all different dates (a date collection - but lacking all the very rare dates), very mixed condition (lot)

£300-400

Scandinavia, 19th and 20th century coins of Denmark, Finland (Grand Duchy and Republic), Iceland, Norway, and Sweden (several hundreds), some silver but mostly base metal, a date collection with almost no duplication, very mixed condition (lot)

£100-200

228

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Sweden, Frederick I (1720-51), Half-Daler, 1741, copper plate money (KM.PM65), very fine

£100-150


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Thailand, a pair of gold cufflinks and a gold watch fob in the form of Rama IV (18511868), gold bullet money, the fob formed of Baht, Half-Baht, Quarter-Baht, Eighth-Baht and Sixteenth-Baht, the cufflinks formed of four Half-Baht, very fine (lot)

£3,000-5,000

231 231

Tibet, c.1912, Tangka, large inner circle (KM.F13.3), very fine, scarce, 1918-19, Srang (KM.Y A18.1), good fine, rare (2)

£60-80

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233

Tibet, 1935-46, 3 Srang (2) (KM.Y26), very fine, c.1904, Tangka (3) (KM.13.4), good fine - very fine, trade coinage, Rupee, 1903-16 and 1930-33, small bust with collar left, rev. inscription within wreath (KM.Y3.2), very fine (5)

£60-80

United States of America, Rosa Americana Penny, New Jersey copper (both date unclear), Washington Cent, 1783 draped bust, large Cents, all in very poor condition, other Cents (62), 2-Cents (1), Half-Dime (1), 5-Cents Nickel (35), Dimes (28), QuarterDollars (34), Half-Dollars (12), Morgan Dollars (7) and Peace Dollars (2), very mixed condition (lot)

£200-300

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United States of America, Liberty head 5 Cents, 1886, very fine, scarce

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Vietnam, Minh Mang (1820-41), 7 Tien, year 14 (1833), 27.29g, inscription around flaming sun, rev. dragon facing left, date below (Schroe.182; KM.195), good very fine

£100-120

236 (a selection - reduced) 236

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West Africa, an interesting collection of fifteen 19th and 20th century West African Manillas, various sizes and styles: 1-4) four copper of ‘twisted decorated’ form, all different 5-7) three copper of ‘twisted form’ with rounded ends, all different 8-10) three copper of ‘flat decorated’ form, all different 11) white metal, of ‘twisted form’ 12-15) four white metal with hollow rectangular sections, these all of similar form though differing in details (15)

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238

Yemen, Ahmad (1948-62), gold Riyal (4 Sovereigns), AH 1373 (1953/4), inscriptions over crescent, value punched below, rev. inscriptions in and around circle (F.8), damage on edge where removed from a mount, otherwise very fine

£700-800

Yugoslavia, Alexander I (1921-34), 4-Ducats, 1931, conjoined busts left, sword countermark for Bosnia, rev. crowned double-headed eagle (F.4; KM.141), extremely fine

£400-500

Silver Crowns and Dollars of the world (9), Australia, Crowns (2), 1937, 1938, Bahamas, Dollar, 1970, Bermuda, Crowns (2), 1959, 1964, Ceylon, 5-Rupees, 1957, Cyprus, 45-Piastres, 1928, New Zealand, Crown, 1945, Southern Rhodesia, Crown, 1953, cupro-nickel coins (17), Cyprus very fine, others average extremely fine (26)

£200-300

Miscellaneous coins of Australia, British West Africa, Ceylon, Cyprus, East Africa, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Malaya, Mauritius, New Zealand, Singapore, Turkey, Pakistan, Seychelles, South Africa, many silver coins but the majority base metal (many hundreds), very mixed condition (lot)

£150-250

Miscellaneous 19th and 20th century coins in silver of Austria and Austro-Hungary (65), German States and Modern Germany (129), and base metal coins (approx.1,100), very mixed condition (lot)

£150-250

Miscellaneous silver Crown size coins of the world (8), Austria, 5-Kroner, 1908, very fine; Belgium, 5-Francs (2), 1869, 1870, fine; Prussia, 5-Marks, 1913, fine; Mexico, 8-Reales, 1888 Zacatecas, very fine; Netherlands, 21⁄ 2 -Gulden, 1850, fine; Russia, Rouble, 1851, very fine; Switzerland, 5-Franc, 1908, very fine (8)

£200-250

Miscellaneous silver coins, 19th and 20th century, of Belgium (37), France (105), Portugal (17) and Spain (9), and base metal coins (many hundreds), very mixed condition (lot)

£100-150

Miscellaneous coins of China, Japan and the Far East, including Chinese cast ‘Cash’ (69), other Chinese coins (49), Japanese (approx. 100), some porcelain money, etc. (lot)

£150-180

Miscellaneous European coins (approximately 850), including Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Greece, Island, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Yugoslavia, many silver but mostly base metal, very mixed condition (lot)

£200-400

Miscellaneous 19th and 20th century coins (approx. 500), Æ, white metals, including some silver, mainly small denominations, World (approx. 300), including USA Dime 1877, Carson City, USA, Indian head Cent 1886 var 1, Germany, 2 Marks, 1926 A, Poland, 10 Grozny, 1840, these very fine, world medalets and tokens (7), British (approx 200), including Pennies (2), 1912H and 1918H, these about fine, many countries represented, an accumulation of coins suitable for an aspiring young numismatist, generally fair - very fine, a few better (lot)

£30-40

Miscellaneous coins, tokens and jetons etc., a very mixed bag including South Africa, H&P Ltd (Handing & Panken), set of five plastic tokens; Jamaica, Jamaica Fruit & Shipping Co. Ltd. aluminium token dated 1930, United Fruit Co. Portland Loading, octagonal aluminium tokens (2), and American Fruit Co. Montego Bay, brass token; Venezuela, Leprosarium 5-Cents and 121⁄ 2 -Cents, 1939; B.T.&C. Co. Ltd. Blind Persons Token for 11⁄ 2 d. in black plastic; others including East India Company copper coins (5), Scottish Communion tokens (3), 18th century tokens (3) of Cambridgeshire, Bath, and Edinburgh, most identified in envelopes (lot)

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Anhalt, Friedrich I (1871-1904), 2-Marks, 1896, head right, rev. eagle (J.20; KM.22), lacquered, nearly extremely fine

£150-200

249 249*

Anhalt, Friedrich II (1904-18), 3-Marks (3), 1909, head left, rev. eagle (J.23; KM.29), lacquered, extremely fine, 1911 (2), conjoined heads left, rev. eagle (J.24; KM.30), lacquered, good very fine (3)

£100-120

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Anhalt-Bernburg, Alexander Carl (1834-63), Taler, 1834, arms, rev. legend (Dav.502; K.3; T.2), lacquered, extremely fine

£40-60

Anhalt-Bernburg, Alexander Carl, Taler, 1834, arms, rev. legend (Dav.502; K.3; T.2), lacquered, very fine

£30-40

Anhalt-Bernburg, Alexander Carl, Taler, 1852, legend, rev. bear of Anhalt (Dav.504; K.4; T.3), lacquered, very fine

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Anhalt-Bernberg, Alexander Carl, Taler, 1855, legend, rev. bear of Anhalt (Dav.504, K.4; T.3), lacquered, extremely fine

£80-100

Anhalt-Dessau, Leopold Friedrich (1817-71), Taler, 1863, head left, rev. arms (Dav.510; K.11; T.11), lacquered, extremely fine

£100-120

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Anhalt-Dessau, Leopold Friedrich, Taler, 1863, head left, rev. arms (Dav.510; J.77; K.11; T.11), lacquered, nearly extremely fine

£50-70

Anhalt-Köthen, Heinrich (1830-47), Doppeltaler, 1840, head left, rev. arms (Dav.507; K.8; T.7), lacquered, very fine, scarce

£400-600

Baden, Ludwig (1818-30), Taler, 1829, head right, rev. arms (Dav.518; J.41; K.21; KM.193; T.18), lacquered, fine

£30-40

Baden, Leopold Friedrich (1830-52), Doppelgulden, 1846, head right, rev. arms (Dav.527; J.63; K.22; KM.222; T.27), lacquered, good very fine

£40-50

Baden, Leopold Friedrich, Doppelgulden, 1846, head right, rev. arms (Dav.527; J.63; K.22; KM.222; T.27), lacquered, very fine

£40-50

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Baden, Friedrich I, Prince and Regent (1852-56), Doppeltaler, 1854, head right, rev. arms (Dav.528; J.71a; K.34; KM.225; T.28), lacquered, good very fine

£400-500

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Baden, Friedrich I (1856-1907), Talers (2), 1860, 1861, head right, rev. arms (Dav.530; J.79; K.36; KM.240; T.30), lacquered, fine and good very fine (2)

£30-40

Baden, 5-Marks, 1903, 3-Marks (3), 1909, 1912, 2-Marks (10), 1876, 1902 Golden Jubilee (3), 1904, 1905, 1907, and 1906 Golden Wedding (2), lacquered, fine to very fine (13)

£100-150

Bavaria, Maximilian IV (1799-1825), Taler, 1816, head right, rev. crown over sword and sceptre (Dav.552; J.14; K.64; KM.706; T.44), lacquered, fine

£30-40

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Bavaria, Ludwig I (1825-48), pattern Taler (Geschichtstalerprobe), 1825, head right, - VON BAYERN rev. BESCHWORT DIE VERFASSUNGSURKUNDE, king in coronation robes, standing by table on which rests book, crown and sceptre, AM 19TEN OCTOBER 1825 in exergue, edge lettered ZEHEN EINE FEINE MARK (A.K.S.113; J.III; W.2722), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare LUDWIG KOENIG

£1,000-1,500

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267

Bavaria, Ludwig I, Doppeltaler, 1841, head right, rev. statue of Jean Paul Friedrich Richter (Dav.586; J 70; K.106; KM810; T.79), lacquered, very fine

£80-100

Bavaria, Ludwig I, Doppeltaler, 1845, head right, rev. arms with supporters (Dav.859; J.65; K.101; KM.814; T.74), lacquered, very fine

£60-80

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Bavaria, Ludwig I, Geschichtedoppeltaler, 1842, head right, rev. J.71; K.107; KM.811; T.80), lacquered, very fine

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Bavaria, Ludwig I, Geschichtsdoppeltaler, 1842, head right, rev. Prince Maximilian and Princess Marie of Prussia, I OCTB 1842 (Dav.588; J.72; K.108; KM.812.2; T.81), lacquered, good very fine

£100-120

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Bavaria, Maximilian II (1848-64), Geschichtsdoppeltaler, 1849, head right, rev. statue of Orlando di Lasso (Dav.602; J.88; K.122; KM.835.1; T.94), lacquered, extremely fine

£800-1,200

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Bavaria, Ludwig II (1864-86), Doppeltaler, 1865, head right, rev. arms with supporters (Dav.610; J.106; K.133; KM.879; T.101), lacquered, extremely fine, scarce

£1,500-2,000

Bavaria, Two-Gulden, 1845, and Talers (3), 1862, undated, rev. Madonna and Child, and 1871, last with scrape on edge, all lacquered, fine or better (4)

£40-60

Bavaria, 5-Marks (4), 1876, 1895, 1907, 1913, 3-Marks, 1909 (2), 2-Marks (4), 1876 (2), 1900, 1904, lacquered, fine to very fine (10)

£150-200

Bavaria, Prince Regent Luitpold (1886-1912), 3-Marks (2), 1911, 2-Marks, 1911, head right, rev. eagle (J.49, 48; KM.998, 997), lacquered, last good very fine, others extremely fine (3)

£80-100

Bavaria, Ludwig III (1913-18), 5-Marks, 3-Marks, and 2-Marks, all 1914 (J.53, 52, 51; KM.1007, 1005, 1002), lacquered, good very fine and better (3)

£100-150

Bavaria, Ludwig III, 5-Marks, 3-Marks, and 2-Marks, all 1914 (J.53, 52, 51; KM.1007, 1005, 1002), lacquered, good very fine and better (3)

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Bavaria, Ludwig III, 3-Marks, 1918, Golden Wedding Anniversary, conjoined heads right, rev. eagle (J.54; KM.1010), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare

ÂŁ10,000-12,000


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Bremen, 5-Marks, 1906, 2-Marks (2), both 1904 (J.60, 59; KM.3251, 250), lacquered, edge bruise on first, extremely fine (3)

£100-150

279 279

Bremen, Gedenktaler, 1864, the New Borse, rev. legend in wreath (Dav.627; J.26I), lacquered, bruise on reverse rim at 11 o’clock, extremely fine

280 280

281

283

281

Brunswick, Wilhelm (1831-84), Doppeltalerprobe, 1849, head right, rev. horse galloping left, plain edge (AKS 74; J.245 IX; KM.Pn51), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare

£1,000-1,500

Brunswick, Wilhelm, Doppeltalerprobe, 1849, head right, rev. horse galloping left, edge lettered CONVENTION VOM 30 JULY 1838 (AKS 74 var), lacquered, small scratch below head, extremely fine, extremely rare

£1,500-2,000

282 282

£100-120

283

Brunswick, Wilhelm, Doppeltalerprobe, 1850, head right, rev. horse galloping left, plain edge (AKS 74; J.245 X; KM.Pn52), lacquered, extremely fine, rare

£800-1,000

Brunswick, Wilhelm, Doppeltaler, 1847, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.633; J.72; K.156; KM.1136; T.118), lacquered, very fine

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Brunswick, Wilhelm, Doppeltaler, 1856, on the 25th anniversary of his reign, head right, B below, rev. crowned shield within wreath (Dav.635; J.252; K.158; KM.1149; T.122), lacquered, extremely fine

£100-150

285 285

Brunswick, Wilhelm, Talerprobe, 1837, head right, the pattern with the first, rejected, portrait, used in this year only, rev. crowned shield (AKS 75; J.241 III; K.150A; KM.Pn49), only fair but extremely rare, only a few examples known

£500-1,000

286 286

Brunswick, Ernst Augustus (1913-18), 3-Marks, 1915, conjoined heads right, LUNEB added, rev. eagle (J.57; KM.1162), lacquered, extremely fine

U.

£80-100

287 287

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Brunswick, Ernst Augustus, 3-Marks, 1915, conjoined heads right, without U. rev. eagle (J.55; KM.1161), lacquered, some marks but about extremely fine, rare

LUNEB.

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Frankfurt, ‘Doppeltaler’, undated, city view, rev. eagle, lettered edge (J.15 var. auch Rs.23; Schw.72a; T.130A), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare, Jaeger refers to this mule as ‘eine Zwitterpragung bzw. Stempelkloppung’

£5,000-8,000

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Frankfurt, Doppeltalers (2), both 1861 (Dav.651; J.43; KM.365), very fine and nearly extremely fine; Talers (3), 1859, 1860, 1862 (Dav.649, 652; J.41, 42b; KM.360, 370), lacquered, fine (5)

£80-100

290 290

Frankfurt, ‘Doppelgulden’, 1848, on the opening of Parliament, crowned single headed eagle, 31 MARZ 1848, rev. value in wreath, edge with central line of rectangular indentations (K.175 note; Schw.74a; T.134a), lacquered, some light marks, practically mint state, extremely rare

£4,000-6,000

291 291

Frankfurt, ‘Doppelgulden’, 1848, on the opening of Parliament, crowned single headed eagle, 31 MARZ 1848, rev. value in wreath, lettered edge (K.175 note; Schw.74a; T.134a), some light marks, lacquered, practically mint state, extremely rare

292 292

293

293

Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1848, double headed eagle, 18 MAI 1848, rev. single headed eagle, 31 MARZ 1848 (Dav.643; J.45; K.174; T.134), lacquered, good very fine

£80-100

Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1848, double headed eagle, 18 MAI 1848, rev. ERZHERZOG (Dav.644; J.46; K.176; T.135), lacquered, good very fine

£80-100

JOHANN VON OESTERREICH

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Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1849, double headed eagle, 18 MAI 1848, rev. FRIEDRICH WILHELM IV KOENIG VON PREUSSEN (Dav.645; J.47; K.177; T.136), lacquered, extremely fine, rare

£1,000-1,200

295 295

Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1848, crowned single headed eagle, rev. ERZHERZOG JOHANN VON OESTERREICH, lettered edge (K.176 note; Schw.75a; T.135a), lacquered, extremely fine, Kahnt refers to this mule as a ‘Zwittermünze’

£4,000-6,000

296 296

Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1829, crowned single headed eagle, rev. FRIEDRICH WILHEM IV edge with central line of rectangular indentations (J.47; K.177 note; T.136a), lacquered, practically mint state, extremely rare

KEONIG VON PREUSSEN,

£4,000-6,000

297 297

Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1829, crowned single headed eagle, rev. FRIEDRICH WILHEM IV lettered edge (J.47; K.177 note; T.136a), lacquered, practically mint state, extremely rare KEONIG VON PREUSSEN,

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Frankfurt, Doppelgulden, 1849, crowned single headed eagle, rev. ZU GÖTHE’S 28 AUGUST 1849 (Dav.646; J.48; K.178; T.137), lacquered, extremely fine

HUNDERTJAHRIGER GEBURTSFRIER AM

£100-150

299 299

Frankfurt, Taler, 1859 (2), Schiller centenary (Dav.650; J.50; K.167; T.139), Taler, 1863, Assembly of Princes (Dav.654; J.52; K.172; T.147), lacquered, good very fine or better (3)

£100-150

300 300

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Hamburg, 5-Marks (3), 1900, 1907, 1908, 3-Marks, 1909, 2-Marks (4), 1876, 1904, 1907, 1908, lacquered, fine to very fine (8)

£100-150


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Hannover, Ernst August (1837-51), Taler, 1840, head right, rev. crowned shield on cartouche, FEINES 1840 SILBER below (AKS 101; Dav.669; J.66; K.227; KM.191; T.159), lacquered, extremely fine, extremely rare

ÂŁ10,000-15,000

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Hannover, Ernst August, Talers (2), both 1849, head left, BREHMER F on truncation, rev. crowned shield, one with HARZ ZEGEN by crown (Davo 675, 676; AKS 107, 133; J.79, 80; K.234, 235; KM.208, 209.1; T.167, 168), both lacquered, first very fine, second extremely fine (2)

303 303

304

304

Hannover, Georg V (1851-66), Doppeltaler, 1854, on his visit to the mint 8 May 1854, head left, rev. legend in wreath (Dav.680; J.89; K.244; T.172), lacquered, extremely fine, rare

£1,000-1,500

Hannover, Georg V, Doppeltaler, 1866, head left, rev. arms with supporters (Dav.683; J.97; K.245; KM.240; T.175), lacquered, extremely fine

£200-300

305 305

306

£100-150

306

Hannover, Georg V, Taler, 1853, on the visit of the King and Queen to the mint in December 1853, head left, rev. legend in wreath, plain edge (AKS 159; J.87), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare

£1,000-1,500

Hannover, Georg V, Taler, 1865, head left, rev. knight standing beside tree (Dav.686; J.100; K.242; T.178), lacquered, edge knock at 9 o’clock, extremely fine

£150-250

307 307

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Hesse-Darmstadt, Ludwig II (1830-48), proof Doppeltaler, 1839, head left, rev. legend in wreath, plain edge (Dav.702; J.40; K.264; KM.310; T.195), lacquered, uncirculated, extremely rare

£1,000-1,500


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Hesse-Darmstadt, Ludwig II, Doppeltaler, 1844, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.703; J.41; K.265; KM.320; T.196), lacquered, very fine

£80-100

Hesse-Darmstadt, Ludwig III (1848-77), probe Taler, 1857, head left, rev. crowned shield with supporters, edge CONVENTION VOM 24 JANUAR 1857 (Dav.707; J.59; K.266; KM.338; T.200), lacquered, uncirculated

£300-500

310

310 (x1.5)

310

Hesse-Darmstadt, Ludwig III, Zwitterpragungen, Gulden size (10.61g, 30.3mm.), undated, head of Ludwig II left, VOIGT below, rev. head of Ludwig III left, edge with central square indentations, lacquered, very fine, extremely rare

£5,000-10,000

Jaeger, p.140, notes ‘Zwitterpragungen (Stempelkopplungen) ohne Kurswert in Gulden und Dopplegulden-Grösse mit den Kopfbildnissen Ludwigs II. und Ludwigs III. (Schw. 157a und 118a), Rand mit vertieften Vierecken, gelten als Seltenheiten!’

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312

Hesse-Darmstadt, Ludwig III, Zwitterpragungen, Doppelgulden size (21.26g, 36.5mm.), undated, head of Ludwig II left, C.VOIGT below, rev. head of Ludwig III left, C.VOIGT below, edge with central line of rectangular indentations, lacquered, extremely fine, extremely rare

Hesse-Darmstadt, Ernst Ludwig (1892-1918), 3-Mark, 1910, 2-Mark, 1904 (J.76, 74; KM.375, 372), lacquered, good very fine (2)

£5,000-10,000

£80-100

313 313

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Hesse-Kassel, William and Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm as Regent (1831-47), Doppeltaler, 1847, crowned arms, rev. legend (Dav.694; J.43; K.255; KM.610; T.187), lacquered, small scratch near obverse rim between 6 and 7 o’clock, very fine

£300-400


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Hohenzollern-Hechingen, Friedrich Wilhelm Constantin (1838-49), Doppeltaler, 1844, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.716; J.7; K.273; T.204), lacquered, extremely fine

£800-1,000

Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Carl Anton (1848-49), Doppelgulden, 1849, head left, rev. arms (Dav.721; J.18; K.277; T.209), lacquered, very fine

£500-600

316 316

317

319

320

317

Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Carl Anton, Doppelgulden, 1849, head left, rev. arms (Dav.721; J.18; K.277; T.209), lacquered, nearly extremely fine

£800-1,000

Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Carl Anton, ‘Zwitter-Medaillen’, Doppelgulden size, 1850, head left, rev. 1850 in wreath (J.IV; S.139a; Slg. Ferrari 2370), lacquered, light scuff above date on reverse, otherwise extremely fine, extremely rare, only 17 pieces struck

£1,000-2,000

318 318

315

320

Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Carl Anton, ‘Zwitter-Medaillen’, Doppelgulden size, 1850, head of Carl left, D below, rev. head of Carl Anton left, BALBACH below (J.II), lacquered, extremely fine, extremely rare, Jaeger notes ‘wenige stücke’

£1,000-2,000

Lippe, Paul Friedrich Emil Leopold (1851-75), Taler, 1860, head right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.725; J.16; K.283; T.213), lacquered, very fine

£50-60

Lippe-Detmold, Leopold IV (1905-18), 3-Mark, 1913, head left, rev. eagle (J.77; KM.275), lacquered, extremely fine

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Lippe-Detmold, Leopold IV, 3-Marks, 1918, 2-Marks, 1906, head left, rev. eagle (J.79, 78; KM.275, 270), lacquered, about very fine (2)

£150-200

324

323 322

Lübeck, 5-Marks, 1907, city arms, rev. eagle (J.83; KM.213), lacquered, very fine

£100-150

323

Lübeck, 3-Marks, 1914, city arms, rev. eagle (J.82; KM.215), lacquered, good very fine

£100-120

324

Lübeck, 2-Marks, 1901, city arms, rev. eagle (J.80; KM.210), lacquered, good very fine

£100-150

325 325

Lübeck, 2-Marks, 1901, city arms, rev. eagle (J.80; KM.210), lacquered, good very fine

326

Lübeck, 2-Marks, 1901, city arms, rev. eagle (J.80; KM.210), lacquered, very fine

327

Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Friedrich Franz IV (1901-1918), 2-Marks, 1901, head right, rev. eagle (J.85; KM.330), lacquered, fine

£100-150 £80-100

£50-60

328 328

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Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Friedrich Franz IV, 5-Marks, 2-Marks, both 1904, conjoined busts left, rev. eagle (J.87, 86; KM.334, 333), lacquered, extremely fine and very fine (2)

£100-120


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Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Friedrich Wilhelm (1860-1904), Taler, 1870, head left, rev. crowned arms in Garter (Dav.732; J.120; K.295; T.217), lacquered, very fine

£50-60

Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Friedrich Wilhelm, 2-Marks, 1877, head left, rev. eagle (J.90; KM.108), lacquered, fine

£80-100

331 331

332

333

334

335

335

Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Adolf Friedrich V (1904-14), 2-Marks, 1905, head left, rev. eagle (J.91; KM.107), lacquered, very fine

£150-200

Nassau, Adolph (1839-66), Doppeltaler, 1840, head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.744; J.51; K.317; T.231), lacquered, good fine

£50-60

Nassau, Adolph, Doppeltaler, 1860, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.748; J.61; K.319; T.235), lacquered, very fine

£50-60

Nassau, Adolph, Talers (2), 1863, head left, rev. arms (Dav.749; J.62; K.314; T.236), and 1864, rev. date in wreath (Dav.750; J.63; K.316; T.238), lacquered, both very fine (2)

£60-80

Nassau, Adolph, Taler, undated, head left, rev. DEM EDELN FÜRSTEN GEWIDMET BEI plain edge (Dav.989; J.IV; K.315; T.237), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare later striking

£1,000-1,500

BESUCH SEINER MÜNZE,

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336 (x1.5) 336

Nassau, Adolph, ‘Doppeltaler’ (piedfort), 36.99g, undated, head left, rev. DEM EDELN FÜRSTEN GEWIDMET BEI BESUCH SEINER MÜNZE, plain edge, lacquered, extremely fine, extremely rare later striking

£1,000-1,500

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Oldenburg, Paul Friedrich Augustus (1829-53), Taler, 1846, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.752; J.43; K.320; T.240), Nicolaus Friedrich Peter (1853-1900), Taler, 1866 (Dav.753; J.55; K.322; T.241), lacquered, very fine (2)

338 338

339

340

341

343

344

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Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm III (1797-1840), probe Doppeltaler, 1838, head right, rev. crowned shield, lettered edge, 42mm. (J.P64), lacquered, extremely fine

£800-1,000

Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm III, Doppeltaler, 1840, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.765; J.64; K.372; T.252), lacquered, good very fine

£80-100

Prussia, Talers (10), 1817A, 1818D, 1833A, 1844 A, 1855A, 1861A, 1867A, 1869A, 1871A, and 1871A Franco-Prussian war, fine to very fine (10)

£150-200

Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1840-61), Doppeltaler, 1844, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.771; J.74; K.382; T.258), lacquered, good very fine

£60-80

342 342

£60-80

343

Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm IV, Taler, 1852, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.769; J.73b; K.3275; T.256), lacquered, extremely fine

£80-120

Prussia, Wilhelm I (1861-88), silver pattern 5-Marks, 1873, head right, rev. eagle (KM.Pn19), lacquered, good very fine/extremely fine, rare

£600-800

Prussia, Wilhelm I, 2-Marks (5), 1876A, 1876B (2), 1877A, 1877B (J.96; KM.506), lacquered, fine to very fine (5)

£80-120


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347

346

Prussia, ‘Dinertaler’, 1866, reverse with two small silver heads of Crown Prince Friedrich and Prince Friedrich Karl, lacquered, a curious and entertaining piece

£30-40

Prussia, Friedrich III (March - June 1888), 5-Marks, 1888, head right, rev. eagle (AKS 121; KM.512), lacquered, very fine

£60-80

Prussia, Friedrich III, 2-Marks, 1888A (2), head right, rev. eagle (J.98; KM.510), lacquered, very fine (2)

£40-50

350

348 348

349

350

351

Prussia, Wilhelm II (1888-1918), 5-Marks, 1888A, head right, rev. eagle (J.101; KM.513), lacquered, extremely fine

£200-300

Prussia, Wilhelm II, 5-Marks (4), 1898, 1901, 1907, 1908 (J.104; KM.523), lacquered, very fine or better (4)

£100-150

Prussia, Wilhelm II, 3-Marks, 1915, St George, rev. eagle (J.115), lacquered, extremely fine

£300-400

Reuss, Heinrich XX (1836-59), Taler, 1858 (Dav.798; J.44; K.400; T.280), good fine; Heinrich XXII (1859-1902), Taler, 1868 (Dav.799; J.50; K.402; T.281), lacquered, good very fine (2)

£80-100

352 352

353

Reuss, Heinrich XXII (1859-1902), 2-Marks, 1892, head right, rev. eagle (J.117), lacquered, very fine

£100-120

Reuss, Heinrich XIV (1867-1913), 2-Marks, 1894, head left, rev. eagle (J.120), lacquered, good

£80-100

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355

Reuss, Heinrich XXII, 2-Marks, 1899, head right, rev. eagle (J.118), lacquered, extremely fine

£300-350

Reuss, Heinrich XXII, 2-Marks, 1901, head right, rev. eagle (J.118), lacquered, good very fine

£120-150

356 356

Reuss-Ebersdorf, Heinrich LXXII (1822-48), Doppeltaler, 1847, on the 25th year of his reign, hread left, rev. crowned arms (Dav. 806; J.104; K.405; T.284), lacquered, extremely fine, scarce

357 357

358

£500-700

358

Reuss-Schleiz, Heinrich LXII (1818-54), Doppeltaler, 1843, on his silver jubilee, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.801; J.128; K.407; T.286), lacquered, extremely fine, scarce

£800-1,000

Saxony, Friedrich August II (1836-54), Prämiendoppeltaler, 1841, head right, rev. K.S. wreath (Dav.994; J.90; K.455; T.323), lacquered, extremely fine, rare

£2,000-2,500

BERGAKADEMIE ZU FREIBERG,

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359 (x1.5)

359

Saxony, Friedrich August II, Prämiendoppeltaler, 1847, head right, rev. K.S.ACADEMIE wreath, edge plain (Dav.995; J.91; K.456; T.324), lacquered, extremely fine, very rare, only 50 struck

FÜR FORST,

£10,000-12,000

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Saxony, Friedrich August II, Doppeltaler, 1854, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.874; J.78; K.454; T.322), lacquered, good very fine

£80-100

361 361

Saxony, Friedrich August II, Münzbesuchstaler, 1839, head right, rev. legend, lettered edge (Dav.876; J.89; K.445; T.319), lacquered, very fine, scarce

£1,000-1,500

362 362

363

364

365

366

367

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Saxony, Friedrich August II, Münzbesuchstaler, 1839, head right, rev. legend, plain edge (Dav.876; J.89; K.445; T.319), lacquered, very fine, extremely rare

£5,000-8,000

Saxony, Friedrich August II, Talers (3), 1841, 1843, 1854, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.875, 878; J.76, 87; K.448, 450; T.325, 327), lacquered, first fine, others very fine (3)

£80-100

Saxony, Johann (1854-73), Doppeltaler, 1855, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.886; J.104; K.474; T.337), lacquered, very fine

£60-80

Saxony, Johann, Doppeltaler, 1857, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.889; J.109; K.475; T.338), lacquered, light scratches, very fine

£60-80

Saxony, Johann, Doppeltaler, 1857, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.889; J.109; K.475; T.338), lacquered, marks on edge from a mount, very fine

£60-80

Saxony, Johann, Doppeltaler, 1861, head left, rev. crowned shield with supporters (Dav.894; J.120; K.477; T.347), lacquered, very fine

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369

370

Saxony, Johann, Prämiendoppeltaler, 1857B, head left, rev. K.S. BERGAKADEMIE FREIBERG, wreath (Dav.996; J.106; K.476; T.341), lacquered, extremely fine, scarce

ZU

Saxony, Johann Prämiendoppeltaler, 1857F, head left, rev. K.S. BERGAKADEMIE FREIBERG, wreath (Dav.996; J.105; K.476; T.341), lacquered, extremely fine, scarce

ZU

£800-1,000

Saxony, Johann, Talers (4), 1854F, 1859F, 1868B, 1870B (Dav.884, 890, 896, 895; K.459, 463, 471, 470), lacquered, very fine (4)

£800-1,000

£100-150

371 371

372

Saxe-Altenburg, Joseph (1834-48), Doppeltaler, 1847, F, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.811; J.108; K.481; T.353), lacquered, mark on obverse rim at 7 o’clock, very fine

£100-150

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Ernst I (1826-44), Talers (2), 1842 (Dav.820; J.272; K.491; T.363), Ernst II, 1869, on his silver jubilee (Dav.827; J.298; K.497; T.370), lacquered, very fine (2)

£60-80

374 373 373

374

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Ernst II (1844-93), Doppeltaler, 1847, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.822; J.283; K.498; T.365), lacquered, extremely fine

£400-500

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Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Carl Eduard (1905-18), 5-Marks, 1907, head right, rev. eagle (J.148), lacquered, good very fine

£300-400

Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Carl Eduard, 2-Marks, 1905, head right, rev. eagle (J.147), lacquered, good very fine

£250-300

377 377

378

379

378

Saxe-Meiningen, Georg II (1866-1914), 5-Marks, 1908, head left, rev. eagle (J.153a), lacquered, good very fine

£100-150

Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, Carl Alexander (1853-1901), Doppeltaler, 1855, head left, rev. crowned arms (Dav.846; J.536; K.517; T.385), lacquered, extremely fine

£300-500

Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, Albert (1867-69), Taler, 1867, head right, rev. heraldic eagle (Dav.919; J.57; K.540; T.398), lacquered, very fine

£50-60

380 380

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Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen, Günther Friedrich Carl II (1835-80), Doppeltaler, 1841, head left, rev. shield with supporters and six helms (Dav.920; J.74; K.542; T.399), lacquered, nearly extremely fine

£500-600

Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen, Günther Friedrich Carl II, Taler, 1865, head left, rev. crowned double-headed eagle (Dav.921; J.75; K.541; T.400), lacquered, extremely fine

£120-150


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Waldeck-Pyrmont, Georg Heinrich (1813-45), Doppeltaler, 1842, crowned arms, rev. value in wreath (Dav.926; J.40; ; K.549; T.407), lacquered, extremely fine

£400-500

383 383

384

Waldeck-Pyrmont, Georg Victor (1845-93), Doppeltaler, 1847, crowned arms, rev. value in wreath (Dav.927; J.41; K.550; T.408), lacquered, extremely fine

£1,000-1,200

Württemberg, Wilhelm I (1816-64), Taler, 1828, head right, rev. crowned shield in wreath (Dav.954; J.55; K.586; T.434), lacquered, good very fine

£60-80

385 385

Württenburg, Wilhelm I, Taler, 1833, head right, rev. allegorical figure of Free Trade (Dav.955; J.56; K.587; T.435), and Doppeltaler, 1846, rev. conjoined heads (Dav.958; J.79; K.591; T.438), lacquered, very fine (2)

£60-80

386 386

Württemberg, Wilhelm II (1891-1918), 3-Marks, 1916, head right, rev. eagle (J.178), lacquered, good very fine, rare

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Habsburgs, battle of Mohacs, ¡ medal by Von Wolrad, Nuremberg, 43mm., 34.38g, 1687, busts vis a vis in palm edged medallions, battle scene below, radiant cross above, rev. triumphal chariot left drawn by three lions trampling fallen soldier and dog, hand emerging from cloud proffering palm of Victory, edge inscribed (Wittelsbach 1494), edge bruising, very fine

£200-250

388 388

Germany, silver medal from the Milicz workshop, dated 1544, SERVIVIT SIBI DVM RACHEL AMICA DATA EST GENESIS XXIX, busts of Jacob and Rachel right, rev. AD DVO LVSTRA DVOS BIS ANNOS SANCTVS IACOB MDXXXXIIII, Jacob’s dream, 48.5mm. (G-P 26; Katz 299), tooled both sides, very fine, scarce

£100-150

389 389

Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg II (1656-80), silver medal on the opening of the Moritzburg chapel 1672, by Ernst Caspar Dürr at the Dresden mint, IN GLAUBEN HERR ZU STEHEN GIEB. CRAFT UND BESAENDGE CHRISTENLIEB, a trophy on an obelisk, in a landscape, dividing SUE SUM - DEOR SUM, rev. HERR, ICH HABE LEIB DIE STAEDTE DEINES HAUSES, UND DEN ORT, DA DEINE EHRE WOHNET. PS 26 V 8, interior of the chapel, Johann Georg kneeling at the altar, his crown and sword beside him, 53mm. (Mersburger 2652; Tentzel 58.1), extremely fine, rare For a Doppeltaler 1661 see lot 113

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Russia, Peter the Great restrike ¡ medal, 43mm. by Ivanov, Safe Navigation in the Baltic, 1703 (cf. Diakov 18.17), edge bruising, fine, Alexander III, brass medal, Pan Russian Exposition, 1882 (Diakov 930.5), about fine (2)

£120-150

391 (part)

391

Three Russo-Turkish silver and leather belts, two with Russian silver coins attached, and three other items with coins attached: a) a belt c.80cm. long, comprising 17 silver panels b) a leather belt c.75cm. long, sewn with approx. 72 Russian silver 20-Kopeks, dated between c.1855-65, with decorative silver and enamel buckle plates c) a leather belt c.80cm. long sewn with approx.56 Russian silver 25-Kopeks and 2Kopeks, dated between c.1830-1860, with decorative buckle plates d) a red velvet cloth (part of a waistcoat or jacket?) sewn with 47 Russian Soviet coins and approx. 90 small base silver and metal decorative pieces, some enamelled e) a cloth waistcoat sewn with approx. 280 Persian 5-Rials, and 2-Rials, c.1950s-1960s f) a cloth hat sewn with approx. 270 Persian 5-Rials and 2-Rials, c.1950s-1960s interesting and unusual numismatic items

£500-1,000

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Macedon, Perdiccas II (451-413 BC), ¡ Tetrobol, 1.96g, horse walking right, rev. crested helmet with cheek pieces within double linear square (SNG ANS 42-44), Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Drachm, 4.18g, Colophon, head of young Herakles wearing lion’s skin headdress right, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, monograms on left and below throne (Price 1792), both at least very fine (2)

£160-250

394

393 393

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Thrace, Apollonia Pontica (5th-4th cents BC), ¡ Drachms (2), 3.30g, anchor, crayfish and A either side of shaft, rev. gorgoneion (facing head of Medusa) (SNG BM 156), the other of later style (SNG BM 159), Istros (4th cent. BC), ¡ Drachm, 5.45g, two young male heads facing, side by side, one inverted, rev. sea-eagle on dolphin left (cf. SNG BM 248), very fine to good very fine (3)

£200-300

Thrace, Dikaia-by-Abdera (c.490-375 BC), ¡ Triobol, 1.77g, head of Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. cock standing right, within shallow incuse square (Rosen Coll’n 137), lightly porous, rare, almost very fine, reverse fine, together with an Amphipolis ¡ Tetrobol (c.196-168 BC), head of Maenad right, rev. stern of galley right, star above (GCV 1384), slightly ragged flan, almost very fine (2)

£80-120

395 395 (x1.5) 395

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Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachos (323-281 BC), ¿ Stater, 8.18g, Istros, struck under Mithradates VI in the First Mithradatic War c.88-86 BC, diademed head of Alexander the Great (with Mithradates-like features) right, with horn of Ammon, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΛYΣIMAXOY, Athena seated left, holding Nike and leaning on shield at her side, ΔI on left, trident in ex. (AMNG 482; SNG Copenhagen 1094), good very fine, reverse very fine

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397

398

397

398

Thracian Dynasts, Koson (mid 1st cent. BC), ¡ Drachm, 3.83g, Olbia, Roman consul processing left between two lictors, KO��ΩN in ex. rev. eagle standing left on sceptre, holding wreath in talon (RPC 1701; BMC 2), good very fine

£300-400

Epirus, Ambracia (c.350 BC), ¡ Stater, 8.16g, Pegasos flying right, A below, rev. head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet over leather cap, Obelisk of Ambracia with Delphic fillet behind, A on right (Ravel, NNM 37, 180, same dies), die-flaw and graffito on obverse, very fine

£100-150

Thessaly, Larissa (c.405-370 BC), ¡ Drachm, 5.93g, head of the nymph Larissa facing, turned slightly left, rev. horse grazing left (Lorber, Florilegium, 30.1(a)), very fine, Syracuse (c.485-466 BC), ¡ Litra, 0.73g, diademed head of Arethusa right, rev. octopus (SNG ANS 129-131), almost very fine (2)

£200-300

400

399 399

400

401

Attica, Athens (c.450-404 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.03g, helmeted head of Athena right, rev. AΘE, owl standing right, head facing, olive spray and crescent behind, all in incuse square (cf. SNG Delepierre 1439), graze on cheek, good very fine

£350-450

Ionia, Phokaia (c.478-387 BC), Electrum Hekte (2), 2.55g, helmeted head of Athena left, rev. quadripartite incuse punch (Bodenstedt 91), very fine, the other, 2.55g, female head left, hair in bunch at back, rev. as last (Bodenstedt 77), flan too small for type, very fine (2)

£350-450

Lycia, Uncertain Dynast (c.460-440 BC), ¡ Stater, 9.88g, Pegasos left, pellet below, on circular shield, rev. triskeles, circular incuse (SNG Von Aulock 4089), good very fine

£200-300

402 x402

403

404

401

403

404

Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.35g, Pella, lifetime issue, laureate head of Zeus right, rev. ΦIΛIΠΠOY, Philip II on horse walking left, wearing kausia and raising right hand, spearhead and star below (SNG ANS 357; Le Rider 105), test-cut on reverse, but good style, very fine

£200-300

Macedon, Alexander III (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.95g, Berytos, head of young Herakles right wearing lion skin, rev. Zeus seated left on throne holding eagle and sceptre, B below throne (Price 3407), reverse off-centre, good fine

£150-200

Macedon, Philip III, Arrhidaeus (323-317 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.00g, Susa, c.320-306 BC, head of young Herakles right wearing lion skin, rev. Zeus seated left on throne holding eagle and sceptre behind (Price P208), reverse off-centre, good fine

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Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos VIII (121-96 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.36g, Ake, diademed head right, rev. Zeus Uranios standing left, crescent above, holding star on outstretched right hand and sceptre in left, monogram on left, all within laurel-wreath (Seleucid Coins 2336(2a); SNG Israel 2592), uncleaned, about extremely fine

406 406

407

408

409

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£200-300

407

Judaea, Agrippa I (AD 37-44), Æ Prutah (8), Jerusalem, AD 41-42, fringed canopy, inscription around, rev. three ears of barley, year letter to right (Hendin 1244), generally about very fine for issue (8)

£120-150

Judaea, Æ Prutah (18), Marcus Ambibulus (AD 9-12) (3) (Hendin 1329, 1330), Valerius Gratus (AD 15-26) (3) (Hendin 1338, 1339), Antonius Felix (AD 52-59/60) (6) (Hendin 1347, 1348), Porcius Festus (AD 59/60-62) (6) (Hendin 1351), generally about very fine (18)

£150-200

Miscellaneous, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), Æ 17mm, head of young Herakles right, rev. thunderbolt, club, and bow in case, brown patina, about very fine, Ionia, Phygela (late 4th cent. BC), Æ 12mm, head of Artemis right, rev. bull butting right, astragalos below (GCV 4543), dark patina, very fine, Byzantine (3) Constans II (AD 610-641), ¿ Semissis, 2.24g, bust right, rev. cross potent on globe (Sear 983), very fine, Maurice Tiberius, Follis, Antioch, good fine, and a late Byzantine billon Trachy, about very fine (5)

£140-180

Miscellaneous, Pergamum (c.88-85 BC), ¡ Cistophoric Tetradrachm, 11.91g, serpent emerging from cista mystica, within ivy-wreath, rev. two erect and coiled serpents either side of bow-case, monogram of Pergamum on left and in wreath above, thyrsus on right, MOΣ above (BMC 118), Rhodes (c.188-170 BC), ¡ Drachm, 2.88g, radiate head of Helios right, rev. rose with bud, club on left, magistrate Aristoboulos (SNG Finland 626), Parthia, Mithradates V (c.140 AD), ¡ Drachm, diademed head left, rev. Arsaces I seated right, holding out bow, square seven-line legend, one of which in Aramaic (Shore 425), and two Roman republican ¡ Denarii of D. Silanus and M. Atilius Saranus, almost very fine to good very fine (5)

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Roman Republic, Denarii (4), including Liturius Sabinus, c.89 BC, head of Tatius right, rev. Victory in biga right, monogram in ex. (RSC 6c; Craw.344/3), P. Crepusius with C. Limetanus, c.82 BC, Venus in biga right (RSC 27; Craw.360/1), other (2), generally fine - good fine (4)

£80-100

411

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411 (x1.5) Julius Caesar († 15th March 44 BC), Denarius, Feb.-Mar. 44 BC, moneyer P. Sepullius Macer, laureate, veiled head right, CAESAR [DICT] PERPETVO, rev. Venus standing left, holding Victory and sceptre, shield at feet behind (Craw.480/13; Sydenham 1074), toned, with some iridescence, peripheral striking weakness, otherwise extremely fine, in ICG holder, graded AU50

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413

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415

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415

413

Augustus (27 BC-AD 14), Rome, 14-12 BC, plated Denarius, 2.88g, head right, AVGVSTVS-DIVI F, rev. IMP-X, Apollo standing left, holding lyre and plectrum, ACT in ex. (RIC 328; RSC 144), off-centre, surface deposits on obverse, good fine

£100-150

Tiberius (AD 14-37), Aureus, 6.86g, Lugdunum (after AD 16), laureate head right, rev. PONTIF MAXIM, female figure (Livia?) seated right holding sceptre and olive branch (BMC 30; C.15; RIC 25), smoothed (from a mount?), fine

£500-600

Nero (AD 54-68), Æ 16mm, Smyrna in Ionia, c.AD 50-54, young head right, rev. Nike advancing right (RPC 2476), traditionally identified as a head of Britannicus, fine

£50-70

Vespasian (AD 69-79), Denarius, laureate head right, rev. IVDAEA, Jewess seated by trophy (BMC 35; RIC 15; RSC 226), an old find, uncleaned, very fine

£400-500

416 x416

£1,500-2,000

417

Julia, daughter of Titus, Dupondius, Rome, AD 80-81, draped bust right, hair in bun at back, IVLIA IMP T AVG F AVGVSTA, rev. VESTA in ex., S - C, Vesta seated left, holding Palladium and sceptre (RIC 398; BMC 257), dark green patina, very fine

£300-400

Domitian (AD 81-96), Dupondius, AD 86, radiate bust right, aegis at front, rev. ANNONA Annona seated right holding bag of corn-ears, small figure on right also holding bag, ship’s stern in background (RIC 477; Bib. Nat. 407), scarce, almost very fine

£80-120

Nerva (AD 96-98), Denarius, Rome, AD 96, rev. SALVS PVBLICA, Salus seated left holing two corn ears (RSC 132; RIC 9), good fine; Trajan (98-117), Denarius, Rome 114-117, rev. COS VI P SPQR, Trajan’s column (RSC 115; RIC 307), good fine (2)

£100-120

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420

Trajan (AD 98-117), Sestertius, Rome, AD 98/9, laureate head right, rev. TR POT COS II P P, S C, Concordia seated left, holding patera over lighted altar, and cornucopia (RIC 399; C. 619), obverse with lovely, untouched green patina, reverse lightly smoothed and with two small pits, extremely fine

£600-800

Hadrian (117-138), Denarii (2), Rome, 134-138, Pax seated left holding branch (RSC 1147B; RIC 95), very fine, Rome, Libertas standing left (RSC 906; RIC 128), edges smoothed, otherwise about extremely fine (2)

£80-100

421

422 x421 x422

423

423

Hadrian and Sabina, As, Rome, bare head of Hadrian right, rev. diademed and draped bust of Sabina left, hair in queue (RIC 978; C. 8), rare, good fine to almost very fine

£150-200

Antoninus Pius (138-161), Æ 22mm, uncertain mint in Asia Minor (?), draped bust right, rev. laureate head of Zeus/Jupiter right, K behind, unpublished (?), dark green patina, good very fine

£100-150

Roman Imperial, second century AD, Denarii (5), Antoninus Pius, rev. Fortuna standing left, Marcus Aurelius (3), revs. Concordia seated left (RSC 42), Aequitas seated left (RSC 199), pile of arms (RSC 173), Commodus, Rome AD 184-89, rev. Felicitas seated left (RSC 514), the last with BRIT title, generally very fine, one better (5)

£150-180

424 x424

x425

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Faustina Snr, wife of Antoninus Pius, Sestertius, Rome, posthumous issue, draped bust right, DIVA FAVSTINA, rev. AETERNITAS, S - C, Aeternitas standing left, holding radiate phoenix on globe and drawing out fold of skirt (RIC 1105), cleaned and recoloured with dark patina, good very fine, reverse very fine

£180-220

Faustina Jnr, wife of Marcus Aurelius, Denarii (3), all with draped bust right, revs., Concordia standing facing, drawing out fold of skirt and holding cornucopia (RIC (Antoninus) 501; C. 46), Spes standing facing, head left, holding flower and drawing out fold of skirt (RIC 497; C. 24), two baby boys on draped throne (RIC 710; C. 190), good very fine (3)

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427

x428

x429

Septimius Severus (193-211), Denarius, Rome, 210-11, rev. VICTORIAE BRIT, Victory standing facing holding palm branch in right hand and attaching shield to palm tree (RSC 730; RIC 336) good very fine, Geta, as Augustus, Rome, 210-12, Denarius, rev. VICTORIAE BRIT, Victory standing half left holding wreath and palm (RSC 219; RIC 92), very fine, Caracalla, Rome, 210-13, rev. VICTORIAE BRIT, Victory running right holding trophy with both hands (RSC 632; RIC 231), edge crack, toned, extremely fine, this scarce, a group all with reverses connected with Britain (3)

£200-300

Geta, as Augustus, Denarius, Rome, 210-12, rev. Felicitas standing left (RSC 149; RIC 78), very fine, Elagabalus (218-22) Denarius, Rome, 220-22, rev. Providentia standing left, globe at feet, star to right in field (RSC 163; RIC 31), toned, almost extremely fine, Severus Alexander (222-35), Denarius, Rome, 231-35, rev. Mars advancing right with spear and shield (RSC 161; RIC 246), toned, good very fine, Maximinus I (235-38), Denarii (2), Rome, 235, rev. Emperor holding spear to right between two standards (RSC 46; RIC 1), good very fine, Rome, 236-38, rev. Providentia standing left (RSC 75; RIC 20), very fine (5)

£150-180

Elagabalus (218-22), Denarii (2), Rome, laureate, draped bust right, rev. VICTORIA AVG, Victory left, star before (RIC 161; C. 300), lustrous, extremely fine, another, similar bust with horn, rev. emperor sacrificing at altar (RIC 46; C. 196), together with a Denarius of his grandmother Julia Maesa, draped bust right, rev. FECVNDITAS AVG, Fecunditas standing half left, holding cornucopia and holding out hand to child at her feet (RIC 249; C. 8), lustrous, about extremely fine (3)

£120-160

Severus Alexander (222-35), Denarius, Rome, laureate, draped bust right, rev. VICTORIA Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm-branch (RIC 180; C. 564), lustrous, extremely fine

£50-60

AVG,

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Carausius (286-93), ¡ Denarius, 4.08g, London, 286-87, laureate, draped and bearded bust right, IMP CARAVSIVS P F AVG, rev. CONCORDIA MILITVM, clasped hands, RSR below (RIC 548; RSC 18; Shiel 16-17; Sear IV 13503), an exceptional example, on a full flan with good metal, extremely fine, very rare

£1,500-2,000

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Constantius I (305-06), as Caesar, Follis, London, c.300, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. GENIO POPV-LI ROMANI, Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopia (RIC 14a), another similar (RIC 16), Galerius, as Caesar (293-305), Follis, similar types (RIC 15), all with dark patina and about extremely fine (3)

£100-150

Licinius I (308-24), Follis, 2.71g, Arelate, 319, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. IOVI Licinius holding thunderbolt and sceptre on eagle right, PARL in ex. (RIC 196), rare, good very fine, together with a Follis of Constantius I from Trier, almost very fine (2)

£80-100

CONSERVATORI AVG,

433 x433

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Constantine I (306-37), Follis, London, 310-12, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS, Constantine standing left, holding globe and sceptre, star on right, PLN in ex. (RIC 227), another, reduced, Follis, London, 323-4, laureate, cuirassed bust right, holding sceptre, rev. BEAT TRA-NQLITAS, globe on altar inscribed VOT/IS/XX, PLON in ex. (RIC 267), and another, London, 323-4, laureate head right, rev. SARMATIA DEVICTA, Victory advancing right, trampling on captive on ground, PLON in ex. (RIC 289), rare, all extremely fine, the last with much silvering (3)

£150-200

Constantine I, Follis, Trier, 318-19, helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder, rev. two Victories holding shield inscribed VOT/P R over altar, PTR in ex. (RIC 208a), good very fine, another with laureate, cuirassed bust right and rev. Sol standing, T - F in field, PTR in ex., and another of Constantine II Caesar (317-37), Siscia, laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding Victory on globe, rev. two captives either side of standard inscribed VOT/X, Julian II, Æ 3 of Sirmium, the last three very fine (4)

£50-800

Crispus (Caesar 317-26), Follis, London, 323-4, laureate bust left, holding spear and shield, rev. globe on altar inscribed VOT/IS/XX, PLON in ex. (RIC 281), Constantine II (337-40), Æ Follis, London (2), helmeted, cuirassed bust left, similar reverse (RIC 287), good very fine (3)

£80-100

Miscellaneous Roman silver coins, Denarii (10), Republic (2), including Mark Antony, legionary Denarius, LEG VI (Cr. 544/19), this fine, Imperial (8), various Emperors, fair fine, one better, Antoniniani (6), various Emperors, fair (16)

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Ear rings (3), Late Hellenistic, 3.65g, gold single ear-ring, cast loop mounted with male cherub, interesting, good very fine, Roman period, gold ear ring, 1.17g, filgree in three bands, below a single mounted garnet, good very fine, Byzantine, ?5th-6th century, 1.78g, hollow sheet gold crescent with ornament below mounted with a single garnet stone, some minor damage, very fine (3)

£150-200

438 438

Romano-British, 2nd-3rd century circular bronze brooch, 25mm., with open centre, panel inset with millefiori chequerboard pattern of blue on white with red and green vertical bars, with bronze pin, this broken at tip, attractive, good very fine

£150-200

439 439

Romano-British, gilt bronze oval brooches (2), 23mm. x 18mm., inset with red glass mount, incised and gilded decoration around, with original pin, very fine, 23mm., x 17 mm, similar, without setting, back of plate silvered, with original pin, very fine, along with an eighteenth century bronze dress stud inset with pale blue glass, very fine (3)

£80-100

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Maurice Tiberius (582-602), ¿ Solidi (2), 4.29g, Constantinople, cuirassed facing bust wearing plumed helmet and holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGGA, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by Christogram and cross on globe, CONOB in ex. (Sear 478; DOC 5), and another similar, 4.42g, fine and good fine (2)

442

441 441

442

£220-300

Focas (602-10), ¿ Solidi (3), 4.20g, Constantinople, crowned, cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUI, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by Christogram and cross on globe, CONOB in ex. (Sear 620; DOC 10), the other two both officina H, 4.29g and 4.33g, one fair, two good fine (3)

£300-400

Focas, ¿ Solidus, 4.38g, Constantinople, crowned, cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGGB, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by Christogram and cross on globe, CONOB in ex. (Sear 620; DOC 10), very fine

£150-200

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Heraclius (610-41), ¿ Solidi (3), 4.26g, Constantinople, draped and cuirassed facing bust, wearing plumed helmet and holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUE, cross potent on three steps, CONOB in ex. (Sear 731; DOC 3), another, 4.18g, draped and crowned facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, rev. as last, officina E (Sear 738; DOC 13), and another, 4.26g, crowned standing figures of Heraclius between Heraclonas and Heraclius Constantine, each holding a cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUΔ, cross potent on three steps, monogram on left, CONOB in ex. (Sear 769; DOC 43), good fine or better (3)

£350-450


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445

445

Constans II (641-68), ¿ Solidus, 4.30g, Constantinople, crowned and draped facing bust holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUA, cross potent on three steps, E to right, CONOB in ex. (Sear 942; DOC 5), graffiti in obverse field, good very fine

£200-300

Constans II, ¿ Solidi (2), 4.18g, Constantinople, crowned and draped facing bust holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUΘ, cross potent on three steps, CONOB in ex. (Sear 938; DOC 1), and another, 4.21g, with long beard, officina Γ (Sear 956; DOC 19), the first with edge bent and some scratches, the second a little off centre, about very fine (2)

£250-350

447

446 446

447

448

Constans II, ¿ Solidus, 4.34g, Constantinople, crowned and draped facing bust with long beard, holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUA, cross potent on three steps, CONOB in ex. (Sear 956; DOC 19), very fine

£180-250

Constans II, ¿ Solidus, 4.29g, Constantinople, crowned and draped facing busts of Constans, with long beard, and Constantine IV, cross between heads, rev. VICTORIA AVGUΓ, cross potent on three steps CONOB in ex. (Sear 959; DOC 25), very fine

£200-250

Constans II, ¿ Solidus, 4.36g, Constantinople, draped facing busts of Constans, with long beard and wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine IV, crowned, cross between heads, rev. VICTORIA AVGUE, cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 964; DOC 30), very fine

£200-250

449 449

450

448

450

Constans II, ¿ Solidi (2), 4.28g, Constantinople, draped facing busts of Constans, with long beard and wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine IV, crowned, cross between heads, rev. VICTORIA AVGUH, cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 964; DOC 30), and another similar, about very fine and good very fine (2)

£350-450

Constans II, ¿ Solidus, 4.27g, Constantinople, draped facing bust, with long beard and wearing plumed helmet, VICTORIA AVGUH+, rev. Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, each crowned and holding cross on globe, CONOB in ex. (Sear 975; DOC 43), edge marks, very fine

£400-500

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Constantine IV (668-85), ¿ Solidus, 4.31g, Constantinople, cuirassed bust facing, turned slightly right, wearing plumed headpiece and holding spear over shoulder, rev. VICTORIA AVGUΔ, cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1153; DOC 6), very fine

£200-250

Constantine IV, ¿ Solidus, 4.23g, Constantinople, cuirassed bust facing, turned slightly right, wearing plumed headpiece and holding spear over shoulder, rev. VICTORIA AVGUA, cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1153; DOC 6), graffito to right of bust, good very fine

£200-250

Constantine IV, ¿ Solidus, 4.34g, Constantinople, cuirassed bust facing, wearing diademed and plumed helmet, holding spear over shoulder and shield, rev. VICTOA AVGUE+, cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1155; DOC 9), very fine

£180-250

454

454

455

456

453

455

456

Constantine IV, ¿ Solidus, 4.34g, Constantinople, cuirassed bust facing, wearing diademed and plumed helmet, holding spear over shoulder and shield, rev. VICTORIA AVGUΘ, cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1156; DOC 10), good very fine

£200-250

Constantine IV, ¿ Solidus, 4.26g, Constantinople, cuirassed bust facing, wearing diademed and plumed helmet, holding spear over shoulder and shield, rev. VICTORIA AVGUΘ (or B?), cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1156; DOC 10), a scratch on obverse and reverse (graffiti ?), very fine

£180-250

Constantine IV, ¿ Solidus, 4.35g, Constantinople, cuirassed bust facing, turned slightly right, wearing diademed and plumed helmet, holding spear over shoulder and shield, rev. VICTORIA AVGUE, cross potent on three steps, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1157; DOC 12), edge marks, lustrous, fine style, good very fine

£350-450

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Justinian II (685-95), ¿ light weight Solidus, 4.15g, Constantinople, crowned, draped facing bust, holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUZ, cross potent on three steps, star in right field, CONOB in ex. (Sear 1250; DOC 2b), edge mark, rare, almost extremely fine

£500-600


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462 463

£350-400

Umayyad, al-Walid I (86-96 AH/705-715 AD), ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 87, good very fine/about extremely fine

£220-250

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 87, weak strike, very fine/good very fine

£150-180

465 466

468 469

463 £250-300

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.28g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 90, light graffiti on obverse and a small imperfection at 10 o’clock, extremely fine

£250-300

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.25g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 91, edge a little ragged, about extremely fine

£180-220

465

466

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.28g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 92, edge trimmed at 12 o’clock, about extremely fine

£220-250

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.25g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 93, about extremely fine

£220-250

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 94, about extremely fine

£250-300

467 467

462

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.30g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 88, obverse struck from a rusty die, about extremely fine

464 464

460

Umayyad, ‘Abd al-Malik (65-86 AH/685-705 AD), ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 79, light scratches in fields both sides, very fine

461 461

459

468

469

Umayyad, al-Walid I, ¿ Dinar, 4.27g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 95, light scratch on reverse, extremely fine

£250-300

Umayyad, Sulaiman (96-99 AH/715-717 AD), ¿ Dinar, 4.28g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 96, about extremely fine

£250-300

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Umayyad, Sulaiman, ¿ Dinar, 4.27g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 98, light scratch on reverse, good very fine

£220-250

Umayyad, Sulaiman, ¿ Dinar, 4.25g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 99, good very fine/extremely fine

£250-300

Umayyad, ‘Umar II (99-101 AH/717-720 AD), ¿ Dinar, 4.25g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 100, about extremely fine

£250-300

473 473 474

472

474

Umayyad, Hisham (105-125 AH/724-743 AD), ¿ Dinar, 4.27g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 111, slightly flattened area on edge both sides, otherwise extremely fine

£250-300

Umayyad, Hisham, ¿ Dinar, 4.26g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 114, small cut on reverse rim, about extremely fine

£250-300

475

476

475

Umayyad, Hisham, ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 117, extremely fine

£280-320

476

Umayyad, Marwan II (127-132 AH/744-750 AD), ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type (Damascus), AH 131, edge a little ragged, very fine, scarce

£350-400

477 477

478 479 x480

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479

Abbasid, al-Nasir (1180-1225), ¿ Dinar, 2.53g, Madinat al-Salam, AH616; Ghaznavid, Ibrahim (1059-99), ¿ Dinar, 2.83g, mint and date not visible (A.268, 1637), very fine and fine (2)

£140-180

Mamluk, Sayf al-din Qala’un (1279-90), ¿ Dinar, 8.05g, Dimashq, date not visible (Balog -; SICA.1200; Album 893), about very fine

£290-340

Mamluk, Barquq, az-Zahir Sayf ad Din (784-791 AH/1382-89 AD), “Double” Dinar, 8.95g, Al-Qahira, AH 784 (Balog 536), about extremely fine

£300-350

Yemen, Rassid, al-Mahdi (911-13), Sudaysi (One-sixth Dirham) (3), mint probably ‘Athar, undated, anonymous issue named for Fatimid caliph (Album 1067), together with Sudaysi, San’a, naming Hamid, very fine (3)

£200-220


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Yemen, Rassid (1st period), al-Nasir (c.10th century), Sudaysi (13) (A.1068, 1069), generally very fine (13)

£100-120

Yemen, Rassid (1st period), al-Nasir (c.10th century), Sudaysi (12) (A.1068, 1069), generally very fine (12)

£100-120

Yemen, Rassid, al-Mansur al-Qasim, Sudaysi (One-sixth Dirham) (2), San’a (Album A1070), about extremely fine (2)

£150-200

Yemen, Abbasid, al-Muti’ (946-74), ¿ “Amiri” Dinar, 2.03g, local type, San’a (cf. A.1063), weak strike, good fine

£60-80

485 x485

Ziyadid, Ishaq bin Ibrahim (955-973), ¿ Dinars (2), Zabid, AH346 (date unclear), AH352 (A.1070; SICA, vol.10.75, 112), the first weakly struck, the second creased, both very fine (2)

486 x486

x487

£200-250

487

Ziyadid, Al-Muzaffar bin ‘Ali (983-1044), ¿ Dinar, Zabid, date unclear (A.1071; SICA. vol.10.145), very fine

£100-120

Yemen, Sulayhid, ‘Ali bin Muhammad (1047-81), ¿ Dinar, 1.86g, ‘Athar, AH(45)9 (cf. Album 1075.3), weakly struck, possibly a contemporary copy, very fine

£120-150

488 x488

x489

x490

x491

x492

Yemen, Sulayhid, ‘Ali bin Muhammad ¿ Dinar, later issue with indistinct mint and date (A.1075.3); Zuray’id, Muhammad bin Saba (1139-55), ¿ Dinar, mint and date unclear (A.1080.1; cf. SICA.vol.10.427), both very fine, the second holed (2)

£150-200

Yemen, Rassid (second period), al-Mansur ‘Abd Allah (1185-1217), Mansuri Dirhams (5), various mints and dates (A.1083), fine or better (5)

£120-150

Yemen, Rassid (second period), al-Mansur ‘Abd Allah, Mansuri Dirhams (4), various mints and dates (A.1083), fine or better (4)

£100-120

Rasulid, al-Mansur ‘Umar (1229-49), Dirhams (10), double-trefoil type, various mints and dates (A.1100.4; Nutzel 18), generally very fine (10)

£150-200

Rasulid, al-Muzaffar Yusuf (1249-95), Dirhams (9), San’a (1), others mostly Zabid, varied dates (A.1102), two with small part of flan missing, very fine (9)

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Yemen, Rasulid, al-Nasir Ahmad (1400-20), Dirhams (2), al-Mahjam, ‘Adan (A.1111), Qasimid, Al-Mahdi al-’Abbas (1748-75), Dirham, San’a, AH1173, together with minor billon coins of Yemen (6), the Dirhams fine or better, the ‘Adan coin pierced, the minor coins about fine (9)

£120-150

Yemen, Rasulid, Miscellanous, Dirhams (14), various types, some pictorial; Yemen, Dirhams (6), one badly broken, but mostly fine or better (20)

£200-250

495 495

496

497

496

Samanid, Nasir II bin Ahmad (913-42 AD) ¿ Dinar, 4.12g, Nishapur, AH 324 (A.1449), about extremely fine

£200-250

Samanid, ‘Abd al-Malik bin Nuh (954-61), ¿ Dinar, 5.30g, Nishapur, AH344, caliph not named (Album 1460), very fine

£160-180

Samanid, ‘Abd al-Malik bin Nuh, ¿ Dinar, 3.97g, Nishapur, AH349, naming caliph al-Muti’ (Album 1460), very fine

£160-200

498

498

499

500

501

502

503

504

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499

Samanid, Nuh II bin Mansur (976-97), ¿ Dinar, 3.67g, Herat, AH378 (Album 1468), about very fine

£220-250

Kakwayhid, Faramurz (1041-51), ¿ Dinar, 3.50g, Isfahan, AH435, citing Tughril Beg (A.1592), good fine

£160-200

Ghaznavid, Mas’ud (1030-41), ¿ Dinars (2), 3.51g, 3.87g, Herat, AH(42)7 and no visible date (Album 1619), good fine (2)

£240-280

Timurid, Timur (1370-1405), Tanka, Herat Shah Rukh (1405-47), 5th coinage Tankas (6), Yazd, 837 (2), possibly Saweh, AH834, Sabzawar, AH838, Tabriz, date uncertain, good fine to very fine (6)

£120-150

Timurid, Khorasan, Husayn Baiqara (1438-1506), Shahrukhi, Herat, Tanka with countermark; India, Mughal Empire, Farrukhsiyar, Rupee, Akbarabad (KM.377.6); Sikh Empire, Rupee, Amritsar, VS1871 (KM.20.1); Baroda, Sayaji Rao III, Rupee, AH1292 (KM.29), about fine to fine (5)

£100-150

Timurid, Abu al-Qasim Babur (1447-57), Tankas (2) Herat, One-quarter Tanka, Herat; Shah Rukh, Tankas (2), Yazd, 837, Samarqand, AH83- about very fine to very fine (5)

£120-150

Ghaznavid, Mahmud (as independent ruler, 998-1030), ¿ Dinars (2), 4.54g, 3.65g, Nishapur, AH390, Ghazna, AH405 (Album 1606), very fine and about very fine but a little bent (2)

£170-200


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506

Ghaznavid, Mahmud, ¿ Dinars (2), 4.21g, 4.62g, Nishapur, AH407, AH418 (Album 1606), about very fine, the second struck from rusty dies (2)

£180-220

Ghaznavid, Mahmud, Bilingual Dirhams (2): Mahmudpur (Lahore), AH418, with Arabic nizam al-din abu’l qasim obverse legend, AH419, with yamin al-daula wa amin Mahmud al-milla legend, rev. legend in Sarada characters; Yamini Dirhams (3) (Album 1609; G&G.GZ.2, GZ.3), fine to very fine (5)

£90-110

507

507

508

509

Seljuk, Tughril Beg (1038-63), ¿ Dinar, 2.93g, Madinat al-Salam, AH450 (A.1665), very fine/extremely fine

£160-200

Seljuk, Sanjar (as viceroy under Barkiyaruq, 1097-98), ¿ Dinar, 4.03g, Balkh, date not visible, title ‘Adud al Daula in obverse field, rev. sword in right field (Album 1684), some flat areas, very fine

£120-150

Seljuk, Muhammad I (1099-1118), ¿ Dinar, 3.20g, Madinat al-Salam, AH501 naming Abbasid caliph Al-Mustadhir, rev. naming Ghiyath al-Din Muhammad (Album 1683), loop-mounted, good very fine

£220-280

510 510

511

512

513

508

511

512

Amir of Wakhsh, Abu’l Abbas Muhammad bin Ahmad (c.1221), ¿ Dinar, 3.51g, Wakhsh, AH(6)18 (Album E1754), some flat areas in margins, about very fine, scarce

£240-280

Ghorid, Mu’izz al-din Muhammad bin Sam (1171-1206), ¿ Dinar, 8.01g, probably Ghazna, but mint and date not visible, legends in circular panels both sides, citing caliph al-Nasir and his brother Ghiyath al-din, rev. named as Mu’izz al-din (Album 1759), flattened area at top both sides, otherwise about very fine

£190-220

Ghorid, Mu’izz al-din Muhammad bin Sam, ¿ Dinar, 4.68g, Baldat Ghazna, AH603, legends in square panels both sides, citing caliph al-Nasir and Mu’izz al-din alone (Album 1762), about extremely fine, scarce in this condition

£380-450

Ghorid, Mu’izz al-din Muhammad bin Sam, posthumous ¿ Dinar, 4.68g, Baldat Ghazna, date not visible legends in circular panels both sides, citing caliph al-Nasir and Mu’izz al-din alone; Double-Dirham, Ghazna type, similar to above, AH—9 (Album 1791.1, 1768), the first with some edge weakness, very fine, the second holed, fine (2)

£190-230

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519

Ghorid, Mahmud bin Muhammad (1206-12), ¿ Dinar, 3.49g, mint and date not visible, Naskhi inscription in circular central panel, with title Shihab al-din (Album 1783), borders mostly flat, central panels good very fine, scarce

£130-160

Ilkhanid, Abu Sa’id (1316-35), ¿ Dinars, Mihrabi type C, 8.58g, mint not visible, AH720; Chaghatayid, Qazan Timur (1343-46), ¡ Dinar, Bukhara, AH (74)4 (Album 2004, 2198), the first good fine with weak area, the second fine (2)

£280-320

Ilkhanid, Abu Sa’id, ¿ Dinars (2), Mihrabi type C, 8.61g, Tabriz, 6.49g, mint and date not visible (Diler 488; Album 2198), both about fine with weak areas (2)

£320-360

Janid, Abu’l-Ghazi Khan (1758-85), ¿ Tilla, 4.43g, Bukhara, undated (Album 3025; KM.10), ex-mount, good fine, scarce

£170-200

Islamic, Miscellaneous, Umayyad, Ayyubid & Mamluk, Æ Coins (29), generally fine to very fine (29)

£60-80

Islamic, Ottoman (9th-11th century), Akce (10), including issues of Bayazid II ibn Mohammad (1), Ibrahim ibn Ahmad (6), others (3), mostly Qustantinye, fine or better (10)

£50-60

INDIAN COINS

520 521 520

521

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Indo-Sasanian, Peroz I (457-84), base ¿ Dinar, 6.80g, Sind, crowned bust of king right, symbol in circular frame in right field, rev. fire altar with traces of legend around, crudely struck, good fine, scarce

£250-300

Hephthalite, Alchon Huns, Khingila (c.440-490), base ¿ Dinar, 7.13g, king standing left wearing crown with solar symbols, making an offering at a small altar left, with garlanded trident above, tamgha in right field, cursive legend around, rev. indistinct, probably a seated deity facing (Göbl Documente Em.85: MAC.1414), about very fine

£1,000-1,200


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India, Arakan, Chandra Dynasty, Nitichandra (499-554), Unit, 5.16g, bull seated left, niticandra, rev. garlanded Srivatsa (Mitch. Land of Water 29), possibly a later copy as weight does not conform to known denominations, very fine

523 523

524

525

524

525

India, Western Gangas, Anonymous (c.10th-12th century), ¿ Unit, 3.90g, caparisoned elephant right, letters above back, rev. scroll (MNI.702; MSI.II.192), obverse die cracked, good very fine

£110-130

India, Sultans of Delhi, Muhammad bin Tughluq (1325-51), 12.73g, ¿ Dinar, Hadrat Delhi, AH726, al-wathiq type (G&G.D.331), very fine

£300-400

India, Sultans of Jaunpur, Nasir al-din Mahmud Shah (1440-56), ¿ Tanka, 11.39g, Tughra type, date not visible, rev. fi zaman legend (G&G.J.10; R.2724), good very fine, scarce

£400-500

526 526

527

£120-150

527

India, Mughal Empire, Akbar (1556-1605), ¿ Mohur, 10.81g, Dar al-Sultanat Lahore, AH974 (KM.105.7), very fine

£400-500

India, Mughal Empire, Akbar, ¿ Mohur, 11.2g, Lahore, AH974 (KM.105.5), loop mounted, toned, fine

£280-320

528 528

India, Mughal Empire, Akbar, ¿ Mohur, 10.53g, mint unclear, AH986, beaded borders (KM.108), fine

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531

533

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£480-540

India, Mughal Empire, Jahangir (1605-28), ¿ Ilahi Mohur, 10.81g, Agra, AH1021, ry.7, Azar (KM.176.1), pierced and repaired, otherwise attractive good very fine

£1,500-1,800

India, Mughal Empire, Shah Jahan (1628-58), ¿ Mohur, 10.89g, Akbarabad, AH1058, ry.22 legends within quatrefoil both sides (KM.258.1), extremely fine, well struck and attractive

£500-600

536

537

538

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534

India, Mughal Empire, Shah Jahan, ¿ Mohur, 10.85g, Surat, ry.12, Ilahi month Azar (KM.255.6), extremely fine

£480-520

India, Mughal Empire, Shah Jahan, Rupee, Patan Deo, AH1047, ry.10 (KM.235.4), very fine, scarce

£140-180

India, Mughal Empire, Aurangzeb (1658-1707), ¿ Mohur, 10.91g, Gulbarga, ry. probably 34 (KM.315.19), good very fine

£420-480

535 535

531

India, Mughal Empire, Akbar, copy of square ¿ Mohur, 10.77g, Kalima in diamond frame, Urdu Zafar Qarin (cf. KM.119.4), extremely fine; another imitating issue of Sher Shah Suri, 10.70g, AH911, with Devanagari legend beneath main Persian legend, very fine, scarce (2)

532 532

530

536

537

India, Mughal Empire, Aurangzeb, ¿ Mohur, 10.84g, Khujista Bunyad, AH1118, ry.51 (KM.315.30), very fine

£240-280

India, Mughal Empire, Aurangzeb, ¿ Mohur, 10.01g, Surat, AH(10)78, ry.10 (KM.315.45), very fine/about very fine

£360-400

India, Mughal Empire, Aurangzeb, ¿ Mohur, 11.03g, Surat, AH1093, ry.26 (KM.315.45), scratch in bottom panel of obverse, about extremely fine

£300-350

India, Mughal Empire, Aurangzeb, Rupees (6), Akbarabad, AH1112, ry.44, Akbarnagar, AH1100, ry.32, Itawa, AH1105, ry.37, Kambayat, AH1102, ry.34, Lakhnau, ry.48, Narnol, AH1101, ry.33; Shah ‘Alam Bahadur (1707-12), Rupees (5), Firoznagarh, AH1122, ry.5, Itawa, ry.3, Kambayat, ry.4, Khujista Bunyad, AH1123, ry.6, Bareli, AH1121, ry.3 (KM.300.6, 300.7, 300.39, 300.51, 300.54, 300.?; KM.347.6, 347.8, 348.17, 348.23, 348.25), generally good fine or better (11)

£180-220


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India, Mughal Empire, Jahandar Shah (1712-13), Rupee, Lahore, AH1124, ry. ahd; Rafi ud-Darjat (1719), Rupee, Shahjahanabad, AH1134, ry. ahd; Shah Jahan II (1719), Rupee, Lahore, AH1131, ry. ahd (KM.363.17, 405.19, 415.16), about very fine (3)

540 540

541

542

544

545

542

India, Mughal Empire, Farrukhsiyar (1713-19), ¿ Mohur, 10.91g, Shahjahanabad, ry.2 (KM.390.30), very fine

£450-500

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah (1719-48), ¿ Mohur, Mu’azzamabad, ry.20 (KM.438.16), about extremely fine

£350-400

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.83g, Sahrind, AH1152, ry.22 (KM.438.21), very fine, scarce

£460-520

543 543

541

£150-180

544

545

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.90g, Shahjahanabad, AH1134, ry.4 (KM.439.4), very fine

£320-360

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.88g, Shahjahanabad, AH113-, ry.5 (KM.439.4), very fine

£360-420

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.86g, Shahjahanabad, AH1136, ry.6 (KM.439.4), very fine

£340-380

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550 551

£360-420

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.82g, Shahjahanabad, AH114-, ry.12 (KM.439.4), about very fine

£340-380

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.60g, Shahjahanabad, AH114-, ry.15 (KM.439.4), very fine

£350-450

553 554

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£350-450

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.83g, Shahjahanabad, ry.21 (KM.439.4), very fine

£350-450

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.81g, Shahjahanabad, AH115-, ry.21 (KM.439.4), very fine

£320-380

553

554

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.81g, Shahjahanabad, ry.21 (KM.439.4), about very fine

£320-380

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.86g, Shahjahanabad, AH115-, ry.22 (KM.439.4), extremely fine

£440-480

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.85g, Shahjahanabad, ry.31 (KM.439.4), this regnal year not listed in KM, good very fine

£400-450

555 555

550

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.83g, Shahjahanabad, ry.20 (KM.439.4), good very fine

552 552

548

India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.88g, Shahjahanabad, ry.6 (KM.439.4), very fine

549 549

547

556

557

India, Mughal Empire, Ahmad Shah (1748-54), ¿ Mohur, 11.02g, Multan, AH1164, ry.3 (KM.449.10), reverse struck from worn dies, extremely fine

£400-450

India, Mughal Empire, Ahmad Shah, ¿ Mohur, 10.64g, Shahjahanabad, ry.5 (KM.449.12), very fine

£240-280

India, Mughal Empire, Alamgir II (1754-59), Rupee, Shahjahanabad, AH1168, ry.2, Kalima type (KM.455.2), good fine, scarce

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559

558

India, Mughal Empire, Alamgir II, ¿ Mohur, 10.82g, Dar ul-Khiliafat, Shahjahanabad, AH1170, ry.4 (KM.466), extremely fine

£450-500

559

India, Mughal Empire, Alamgir II, ¿ Mohur, 10.88g, Dar ul-Khiliafat, Shahjahanabad, ry.4 (KM.466), about extremely fine

£400-480

560 560 561

562

561

India, Mughal Empire, Shah ‘Alam II (1759-1806), Rupee, Shajahanabad, AH1220, ry.48, with floral borders (KM.714), very fine

£260-300

India, Arakan, Chittagong, Min Razagyi (Selim Shah) (1593-1612), Tanka, BE 963 (1601), legend in Arakanese, rev. legend in Persian & Bengali (KM.6; Mich.Land of Water 331), good fine, scarce

£150-180

India, Arakan, Mrohaung, Thado (1645-52), Tanka, BE1007 (1645); Sanda Thudhamma (1652-84), Tanka, BE1014 (1652); Sanda Thuriya (1731-34), Tanka, BE1093 (1731); Bodawpaya, Burmese king of Ava (from 1784), Tanka, BE1146 (1784), Arakanese legends both sides (KM.11, 13, 18, 29; Mich.Land of Water 358-60, 364, 383, 409), the first ex-mount, fine, others fine to very fine (4)

£250-300

563 563 564

India, Assam, Pramatta Simha (1744-51), ¿ Mohur, 11.34g, SE1667 (1745), Assamese legend both sides (Rhodes & Bose N2.1; KM.128), about extremely fine

£560-620

India, Bundi, in the name of Shah ‘Alam II (1759-1806), ¿ Mohur, 10.63g, ry.7 (cf. KM.14), reverse a little dirty, extremely fine

£420-480

565 565 566

g567

564

567

India, Jaipur, Ram Singh (1857-80), ¿ Mohur, 10.79g, yr.36 (1871) naming Queen Victoria (KM.125), about extremely fine

£380-430

India, East India Company, Madras Presidency, Shah ‘Alam I, Rupee, Chinapattan, AH1119, ry.Ahd (KM.A302), good fine, scarce, Mughal Empire, Farrukhsiyar (1713-19), Rupees (4), Akbarabad, AH1129, ry.5, Lahore, AH1129, ry.5, Murshidabad, ry.4, Surat, ry.4 (KM.377.6, 377.43, 377.49, 377.59), fine to very fine (5)

£100-120

India, English East India Company, Mohur, Madras Presidency, undated (1819), arms with supporters, rev. Arabic legend (F.1587; KM.421), very fine

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569

570

568 569 570

571

572

573

574

575

576

577

578

579

India, East India Company, Bengal Presidency, 1825 issue, ¿ Mohur, 12.32g, Calcutta, fixed date AH1202/19, edge, grained left (Pr.83; KM.113), good extremely fine

£450-500

India, East India Company, Bengal Presidency, ¿ jeweller’s copy Mohur, 12.18g, Murshidabad, AH1202 (cf. KM.103), ex-mount and a little bent, good very fine

£240-300

India, British East India Company, Madras Presidency, ‘Double Rupee’, 26.72g, a Charles IV, 8-Reales, Potosi, 1792, overstruck with the dies of a ‘dump’ Rupee of Arkot in the name of Alamgir II, year 6 (Pr. 140), host coin and countermark good fine, rare

£1,000-1,200

India, silver Rupees (35), 1835 (3), 1840 (4), 1862 (2), 1877, 1880, 1884 (2), 1885 (2), 1890 (3), 1892, 1901, 1903, 1905, 1906 (2), 1907, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1916, 1917 (2), 1918 (2), 1919 (2), some polished and damaged, many very fine, other silver Rupees of Alwar (1) and Bikanir (2), Straits Settlements Dollars (2), both 1907, and 50-Cents, 1901 and 1908, other silver coins of the Netherlands, Singapore and the Straits Settlements, fine to very fine (lot)

£600-800

India, East India Company, William IV (1830-37), Rupees, 1935 (8), Bombay mint, plain truncation (3), Calcutta mint, F raised, F incuse (2), R.S. incuse (2) (Pr.32, 34, 36, 37, 40; KM.450.1, 450.2, 450.3, 450.4), fine to good very fine (8)

£200-250

India, East India Company, Queen Victoria (1837-1901), Rupees (9), 1840, continuous legend (4), plain truncation (2), S incuse (2), divided legend (5), W.W. raised (2), W.W.S (2), W.W.B., 2-Anna, 1841, continuous legend (KM.459, 457, 458), fine to good very fine (10)

£200-250

British India, Queen Victoria, Rupees, 1862 (15), various bust/reverse varieties, mainly identified in a plastic folder (Pr. 56, 60, 62, 69, 71, 79, 81, 86, 87, 95, 103; KM.473.1), fine to very fine (15)

£200-250

British India, Queen Victoria, Rupees (28), Bombay mint: 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877 (2), 1878, 1879, 1880 (2), 1881, 1883, 1884, 1885 (3), 1886, 1887 (2), 1888, 1889 (2), 1890, 1891, 1892 (2), 1893, 1900, 1901 (KM.473.2, 492), fine to good very fine (28)

£300-350

British India, Queen Victoria, Rupees (20), Calcutta mint, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1898, 1900 (KM.473.2, 492), fine to good very fine (20)

£200-250

British India, Queen Victoria, Rupees (28), 1875, 1876, 1877(2), 1878, 1880, 1882 (2), 1884 (2), 1886, 1887 (2), 1888, 1889 (2), 1890 (2), 1891 (2), 1892 (2), 1893 (2), 1900 (2), 1901 (2) (KM.473.2, 492), fine to very fine (28)

£250-300

British India, Edward VII (1901-10), Rupees (21), Bombay, 1903, 1904, 1905 (2), 1906, 1907; Calcutta, 1903 (2), 1904 (2), 1905 (2), 1906 (3), 1907 (2), 1908 (2), 1909, 1910 (KM.508), fine to good very fine (21)

£200-250

British India, George V (1910-36), Rupees (12), Bombay, 1913, 1919; Calcutta, 1912, 1913, 1916, 1917 (2), 1918, 1919 (2), 1920 (2); George VI (1936-52), Rupees (6), Bombay, 1940 (2), 1941 (2), 1944, 1945 (KM.524, 556, 557.2), very fine to extremely fine (18)

£180-220

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580 580 (x1.5) 580

Celtic, imported coinage (c.65 BC), Ambiani, ¿ Stater, 6.73g, Gallo Belgic C, abstract types, bust left, rev. disjointed horse right (Mack 26; V.42; Rudd ABC 13; S.5), very fine

£500-600

581 581 (x1.5) 581

Celtic, imported coinage, Ambiani (c.65 BC), ¿ Stater, 6.22g, Gallo-Belgic E, blank, rev. disjointed horse right (Mack 27; V.52; Rudd ABC 16; S.11), good very fine

582 582

£300-400

582 (x1.5)

Celtic, imported coinage, Ambiani (c.65 BC), ¿ Stater, 6.05g, Gallo-Belgic E, blank, rev. large disjointed horse right (Mack 27a; V.50; Rudd ABC 16; S.11), good very fine

£300-400

583 583 (x1.5) 583

Celtic, imported coinage, Ambiani (c.65 BC), ¿ Stater, 6.25g, Gallo-Belgic E, blank, rev. large disjointed horse right (Mack 27a; V.50; Rudd ABC 16; S.11), very fine

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584 584 (x1.5) 584

Celtic uninscribed coinage (c.70-55 BC), ¿ Stater, 6.20g, North East coast type, abstract wreathed head left, rev. disjointed horse right, pellet below (Mack 451a; V.800; BMC 182-83; Rudd ABC 1716; S.28; V.800), very fine

£400-500

585 585 (x1.5) 585

Celtic, uninscribed coinage (c.45-40 BC), ¿ Stater, 5.59g, Whaddon Chase type, middle period, cruciform wreath pattern extending from two back to back crescents, two pellets between, symbols in angles, rev. horse right, wheel below, floral symbol before, wing like object above separating a trefoil to right and a pellet to left (Mack 137; V.1487; BMC 331-335; Rudd ABC 2442; S.32), good detail, a pleasing example, good very fine, very rare

586

586

£500-700

586 (x1.5)

Celtic, uninscribed coinage, Atrebates (c.55-45 BC), ¿ Stater, 5.16g, abstract type, abstract bust right, rev. triple tailed horse right, wheel below, annulet below head, various symbols in field (Mack 58; V.210; BMC 445, 447, 449-458; Rudd ABC 485; S.38), very fine, scarce

£400-500

587 587 (x2) 587

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£400-500


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588 588 (x2) 588

Celtic, uninscribed coinage, North Thames (c.50-40 BC) ¿ Quarter Stater, 1.30g, ‘Tring wheel’ type, wreath design with hairbar and hidden face right, rev. horse right, wheel above, neat cog wheel or sun below, pellets and ring pellets in fields (cf. Mack 76; Rudd ABC 2228; CCI 82.0161; V.-; BMC -; S.-), a superb example, almost extremely fine, extremely rare

£1,000-1,500

PROVENANCE: Found near Ashwell, North Hertfordshire, October 2010

This type belongs to a small group all from find locations north of the Thames which seem to copy issues of the Regni and Atrebates. All coins of this group are extremely rare. 589

Celtic, uninscribed coinage, Durotriges (c.58-45 BC), Stater, 5.76g, abstract head right, rev. disjointed horse left (Mack 317; V.1235; BMC 2525-2746; Rudd ABC 2157; S.365), very fine/good very fine

590

590

591

590 (x1.5)

591

£60-80

591 (x1.5)

Celtic, Atrebates, Commios (c.50-25 BC), ¡ Unit, 0.94g, head left, symbols before, rev. horse left, wheel above, object below, symbols before (Mack 446b; V.355; BMC 758; Rudd ABC 1034; S.69), very fine, together with a Denarius of Trajan, a field find, poor (2)

£60-80

Celtic, Atrebates, Tincommius (c.25-20 BC), ¿ Quarter Stater, 1.13g, TIN on tablet, rev. boar running left, pellet below. pellet or star above (Mack 99; V.379; BMC 827-837, 829 very similar; Rudd ABC 1079; S.78), fine, very rare

£80-100

592 592 (x1.5)

592

Celtic, Trinovantes, Addedomaros (c.37-33 BC), ¿ Stater, 5.45g, six arm spiral extending from three back to back crescents, rev. horse right, cornucopia below (Mack 267; V.1621; BMC 2396-2404; Rudd ABC 2517; S.200), reverse weakness, about very fine

£400-500

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594 593 (x2)

593

Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus (25-20 BC), ¿ Quarter Stater, 1.35g, cruciform wreath extending from two back to back crescents, ornaments in angles, rev. horse left, TASCI below, CAM monogram above, pellet ring in pellets to right (Mack 187; V.1694; BMC 1640; Rudd ABC 2589; S.222), a superb example showing the name of Tasciovanos which is often lacking on other examples, extremely fine, extremely rare

£500-600

This type is listed in Van Arsdell (no.1694) but he does not note the signature for Tasciovanos below the horse which is clear on this example but not visible on others e.g. the BMC example. 594

Catuvellauni, Cunobelin (20-43 BC), ¿ Stater, 5.36g, plastic type, corn ear dividing CA-MV, rev. horse right between pellets, CVNO below (Mack 203; V.2010-3; BMC 1810-1824; Rudd ABC 2789; S.286), weakly struck, good fine

595

£200-240

596 595 (x2)

595

596

Celtic, Catuvellauni, Epaticcus, (c.35-43 AD), ¡ Unit, 1.25g, Victory seated right holding wreath, TASCIOV around, rev. boar running right, tree behind, EPAT below (Mack 263a; V.581; BMC 2294-2328; Rudd ABC 1349; S.357), extremely fine, scarce

£150-200

Celtic, Catuvellauni, Epaticcus (c.35-43 AD), ¡ Unit, 1.14g, Victory seated right holding wreath, TASCIOV around, rev. boar running right, tree behind, EPAT below (Mack 263a; V.581; BMC 2294-2328; Rudd ABC 1349; S.357), very fine, scarce

£80-100

597

598 598 (x3)

597

598

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Celtic, Catuvellauni, Epaticcus (c.35-43 AD), ¡ Units (2), 1.13g, Victory seated right holding wreath, TASCIOV around, rev. boar running right, tree behind, EPAT below (Mack 263a; V.581; BMC 2294-2328; Rudd ABC 1349; S.357), good very fine, scarce, 1.11g, similar, reverse off-centre, good very fine (2)

£150-200

Celtic, Catuvellauni, Caratacus (c.43-51 AD), ¡ Minim, 0.23g, CARA around pellet ring, rev. winged horse right (Mack-; V 595; BMC 2385-2389; Rudd ABC 1379; S.364A), good very fine

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599

599

599 (x1.5)

Celtic, Corieltauvi, Volisios Dumnocoveros (20-35 AD), ¿ Stater, 5.21g, VO/L[I]/SI/O[S] within three lines across wreath, ring pellet in one angle, rev. horse left, pellet under tail, trefoil below head, DVMNOCOVEROS around (Mack 463; V.978; BMC 3330-3337, Rudd ABC 1980; S.416), bold horse, very fine/good very fine, rare

£700-900

600 600 (x1.5) 600

Celtic, Corieltauvi, Volisios Dumnovellaunos (35-45 AD), ¿ Stater, 4.22g, inscription within three lines across wreath, ring in one angle, rev. horse left, pellet under tail, trefoil below head, DVM above, NO below (Mack 466; V.988-1; BMC 3342-3343; Rudd ABC 1995; S.419), obverse weak, fine/very fine, extremely rare

£700-900

With key elements of the inscription missing on this coin it has been attributed to Volisios Dumnovellaunos rather than Volisios Dumnocoveros on the basis of weight. The BMC examples for Volisios Dumnocoveros all weigh c.5.2-5.4g whilst their two examples of Volisios Dubnovellaunos are lighter at c.4.5-4.85g, a weight range which is much closer to this coin.

601 601 (x1.5) 601

Celtic, Corieltauvi, Volisios Dumnovellaunos (35-45 AD), ¿ Stater, 4.93g, VO/[..]/SI/[..] within three lines across wreath, ring pellet in two angles, rev. horse left, pellet under tail, trefoil below head, DVMNOVELLA[UNOS] around (Mack 466; V.988-1; BMC 3342-3343; Rudd ABC 1995; S.419), a good example, good very fine, extremely rare

602 602

£1,200-1,500

602 (x1.5)

Celtic, Iceni (c.20-15 BC), ¡ Unit, 1.02g, ‘Toney Curly top’ left type, bearded head right with hair of many pellets, rev. horse left, pellet in lozenge above, ring pellet below (Mack -; V.- ; BMC 3554; Rudd ABC 1549; cf. S.433), well centred with full details, some surface stains, good very fine, an extremely rare Iceni type

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Found near Baldock, North Hertfordshire, March 2011

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603

603

604

Celtic, Iceni (mid-1st century AD), ¡ Unit, 1.24g, face/horse regular type, head right, symbols before, rev. horse right, lozenge below, wheel above (Mack 413; V.792; BMC 3556-3759; Rudd ABC 1567; S.434), good very fine

£100-130

Anglo Saxon, secondary series (c.710-25), Sceatta, 1.07g, series J, type 37, cross tipped standard dividing two diademed heads face to face, rev. four birds clockwise round cross (Abramson J400; N.135; S.802A), good fine

£80-100

605

605

604 (x1.5)

605 (x1.5)

Northumbria, Eanred (c.810-40), Æ Styca, 1.23g, Eadwini, blundered legends, central boss within ring of pellets, +EARNED REX, rev. +INOEADE, similar, possibly a contemporary imitation, good very fine

£40-50

606 606 (x1.5)

606

Mercia, Offa (757-96), heavy coinage, 792-96, Penny, 1.19g, Canterbury, Osmod, +OFFA within two lines, the + with a pellet in each angle, lozenge shaped O, REX below, uncial M above, various pellets in fields, rev. OSMOD between two lines, inverted uncial M with triangular symbol either side below, cross and bars pattern above, various pellets in fields (Chick type 239 (239e - same dies); CEB 103; N.-; S.908), surface porosity, edge chip between two and four o’clock, broad flan with all key details present, an attractive example of the heavy coinage issues, good very fine PROVENANCE: Found Irnham, near Grantham, Lincs, 2011 Recorded with the PAS, Database ref. IN-278218

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607

607

607 (x1.5)

Mercia, Burgred (852-74), vertical type, late phase after 871, Penny, 0.88g, reverse type A, Guthmund, diademed bust right, BVRGRED REX-, rev. DMON/GVDMVN/ETA, closed lunettes, pellets in corners (cf. SCBI 42/670; N.423; S.938), almost very fine

£250-350

PROVENANCE: Found Torksey, Lincs, 2011 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC2011-0099

The Danish ‘Great Army’ is recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as having over-wintered at Torksey in 872/73. This coin is a loss associated with this event. The small flan, style and moneyer all suggest this was struck near the end of Burgred’s reign almost certainly after 871 when the Wessex Lunettes and some Mercian Lunettes coins were struck on smaller flans.

608 608 (x1.5) 608

East Anglia, Aethelstan I (c.825-45), Penny, 1.30g, non portrait type after 827, probably Ipswich, alpha within inner circle, +EDELSTAN, inverted S, rev. +REX ANG, various pellets and wedges within ANG, omega within inner circle (EMC 2010.0163- same dies; N.439; S.950), old scratch at centre of obverse, slightly porous surfaces, full flan, good very fine, rare

£1,000-1,200

PROVENANCE: Found near Luton, Bedfordshire, February 2011 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2011.0067

609 609 (x1.5) 609

Wessex, Alfred the Great (871-99), Penny, 1.02g, lunettes issue, 871-77, reverse type A, Canterbury, Heremoth, diademed bust right, REX+AELBRED:, rev. MON/HEREMOÐ/ETA, closed lunettes, pellet in each lunette angle (Lyons and MacKay group 1 var.Ia; N.625; S.1057), very fine

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Found Torksey, Lincs, 2011 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2011-0061 A large number of Viking age finds have been found near Torksey in Lincolnshire. These are associated with the over-wintering of the Viking ‘Great Army’ in 872/3 at Torksey which is recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. This coin can therefore be linked directly with the momentous events of the early years of the reign of Alfred the Great and may well have formed part of a tribute paid by the kings of Wessex and Mercia to the Vikings at this time.

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610 610 (x1.5) 610

611

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.72g, long cross type, York, Sunulf, bare head left, rev. +SVNVLF MO O EOFR, voided long cross (N.774; S.1151), without peck marks, toned, pleasing, extremely fine

£350-450

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.01g, quatrefoil type, Lincoln, Osferth, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +SFERRÐ MO LIN, voided long cross over quatrefoil (N.781; S.1157), good very fine

£200-250

612 612 (x1.5)

612

Harthacnut (joint king with Harold I 1035-37), Penny, 0.98g, jewel cross type, Southwark, Dudinc, diademed draped bust right, +HARÐACNVT RE, rev. +DVDINIC ON SVÐG, central pellet within ring from which extend four lobes joined at base (N.809; S.1167), flan crack at nine o’clock, porous, very rare

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE: Found Cholsey, Oxon, 2010 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2011-0098

The bust right or second jewel cross type in the name of Harthacnut is recorded for 3 examples for Southwark. This new find adds a fourth.

613

613

614

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Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.21g, hammer cross type, ?Dudinc, crowned bust right, sceptre before, rev. +DVRINC:ON LVNDEN, voided short cross extending from central pellet, each arm terminating in a segment of a circle (N.828; S.1182), small edge chip, cracked, very fine

£150-200

William I (1066-87), Penny, 1.38g, Paxs type, Lincoln, Siferth, crowned facing bust holding sceptre to right, rev. +SIFERD ON LINCO, inner circle containing cross pattée, annulet in each angle, each containing a letter of PAXS (N.848; S.1257), crimped, weakness in legends, good fine

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615 615 (x1.5)

615

William II (1087-1100), Penny, 1.39g, voided cross type (BMC 3), ?Cambridge, ?Wibern, crowned facing bust dividing two stars, pellet either side of neck, rev. +[P?][..][RN]N GPIIRT, voided cross pattée extending from central annulet over cross annuletteé (N.853; S.1260), reverse double struck and turned in die, bold obverse, very fine, rare

£1,000-1,500

The double striking on the reverse makes a certain attribution of this coin difficult. Some letters in the legend are discernable notably RN which seems to be at the end of the moneyer’s name and the mint signature which appears to commence with GP and end with a T. The first part of this might suggest Ipswich, usually GIPESW, but the presence of the letters RT in the second part rules this out, suggesting Cambridge is more likely. This attribution is further reinforced by no moneyer being known for Ipswich whose name ends in RN, whilst a Cambridge moneyer, Wibern is known. One other coin of this type, by Wibern but different dies (SCBI 36 Berlin, 910), is recorded for Cambridge. PROVENANCE: Found near Chinnor, Oxon, 2010 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, EMC 2010.0410

616

616

616 (x1.5)

Henry I (1100-35), Penny, 1.35g, type X, London, Sperling, crowned facing bust, rev. +SPERL[.]G.ON[..], cross fleury with annulet centre within inner circle (N.866; S.1271), edge chip below bust, dished, good detail of bust, nearly very fine, rare

£500-600

PROVENANCE: Found Holme Next the Sea, Norfolk, 2010 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2010.0332

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617

Henry I, Penny, 1.31, type 13, Bury St Edmund’s, Godric, crowned, draped bust left, sceptre before, HENRICVS R., rev. +GODRIC[.]ON.SAN:, central star within lozenge with incurved sides, a lis on each corner, trefoil in each angle (Eaglen 11 different dies; N.869; S.1274), exceptional portrait, reverse double struck in places, very rare mint for this issue, almost extremely fine/very fine

£1,500-1,800

PROVENANCE: Found East Anglia c.1985. Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC2011-0100.

Eaglen recorded forty coins of Henry I for the Bury St. Edmunds mint with only five examples of Type XIII, of which four are by Godric. This coin, not known to Eaglen and possibly from different dies, adds another example taking the total recorded number of this issue for Bury St. Edmunds to six. The mint signature SAN occurs on a single type XIII coin by Godric which was attributed by Eaglen to Bury St. Edmunds on the grounds that the obverse dies matched other coins with an undeniable Bury signature. It should be noted though that SAN or SANP is also used at Sandwich where a moneyer also called Godric is known to have operated in the reign of Henry I. It is possible that this coin is from the Sandwich mint rather than Bury St. Edmunds but we have not been able to reach a definitive position on this so have preferred to retain the Bury St. Edmunds attribution. Sandwich is also a very rare mint for Henry I.

618 618 (x1.5)

618

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Stephen (1135-54), Penny, 1.02g, type 1, ‘Watford’ type, Exeter, Ailric, bust right, sceptre before, rev. +AILRIC:ON:EXCE[S], cross moline with a fleur in each angle (N.873; S.1278), lightly pitted on obverse, about fine/good fine

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Stephen, unlisted Southern group, c.1140-45, Penny, 1.18g, uncertain mint and moneyer, defaced obverse die, traces of crowned bust right, sceptre before with no inner circle, bust erased and defaced with two large cross pommée one above and one below linked with a bar, [..]FNE, rev. +[.?H]ELI[..].ON:[?R..]OD, local dies, cross moline with a large fleur in each angle (N. -; S.-), light crack by edge on reverse, good fine, an extremely rare and unlisted defaced issue known for only one other specimen

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE: Found Arundel, West Sussex, 2011 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2011-0097

Stephen pennies struck from defaced or erased dies are normally associated with the East Midlands and those with cross defacements predominantly with the Nottingham mint. This coin differs in some ways from this group in that the image of the king has been deliberately erased from the die and then defaced with two crosses, one above and one below the bust, linked by a bar. The find location and the existence of one other example in a private collection with this format attributed to the Chichester mint, indicates these coins belong to a previously unlisted second group of defaced pennies from the Sussex area. This group is an addition to that already well known from the East Midlands. The reason for the erasure would seem to be political as these coins date from the early 1140s during the most troubled time of the Civil War between Stephen and the Empress Matilda’s Angevin party. This conflict scarred Stephen’s rule and led to his reign being famously described by a contemporary chronicler as ‘nineteen long winters.’

620

620

621

622

Henry II (1154-89), Penny, 1.36g, ‘Tealby’ coinage, c.1158-80, ?Newcastle, ?Willem, bust C2, rev. +[..]ME:ON NEV[..], cross potent within inner circle, crosslet in each angle (N.957; S.1339), full round flan, weakness in legends, good fine

£100-130

Henry II, short cross coinage, 1180-89, Penny, 1.33g, London, Randulf, class 1ab (N.962/1; S.1343), fine, Edward I, long cross Pennies, London (10), including, 1.37g, class 9a, star on breast (N.1036; 1407), fine, others (9), various classes, generally fine (11)

£150-200

Richard I (1189-99), Penny, 1.37, Canterbury, Goldwine, class 3, +GOLDWINE.ON.CA (N.967; S.1346), good fine, John, Penny, 1.33g, class 5c, London, Willem B (N.971; S.1352), good fine, Henry III, short cross Penny, 1.32g, class 7, RAVLF ON LVND (N.978; S.1356c), off-centre porous, fine, Edward I, Penny, 1.31g, London, class 10 (N.1040; S.1410), good fine, Edward III, fourth coinage, 1351-77, pre-treaty period, series C Penny, 1.03g, London (N.1149; S.1584), good fine (5)

£180-220

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624

625

Edward I (1272-1307), long cross Pennies (10), including 1.31g, Durham, m.m. cross moline, class 4b (N.1024; S.1395), edge chip, fine, 1.29g, Newcastle, class 9b (N.1037/1; S.1408), fine, 1.23g, Bristol, class 3b (N.1017; S.1388), about fine, 1.38g, Canterbury, class 3d (N.1019; S.1390), fine, others (6), various mints and classes, generally fine (10)

£120-150

Edward II (1307-27), Farthing, 0.31g, London, class 11 (N.1070/1; S.1474), fine, Richard II, Halfpenny, 0.46g, London, intermediate style (N.1331B; S.1699), reverse off-centre, good fine, Henry V, Halfpenny, 0.40g, London, class D, broken annulets by hair (N.1410; S.1795), good fine, Edward IV (2), first reign, light coinage, 1464-70, Groat, 2.99g, London, m.m. rose, quatrefoils by neck, flan flaw, fine, second reign, Halfgroat, 1.22g, Canterbury, m.m. rose, C on breast, rev. rose in centre (N.1639; S.2108), nearly very fine (5)

£120-150

Edward III (1327-77), fourth coinage, 1351-77, pre-treaty period, 1351-61, series F, Groat, 4.42g, m.m. crown (N.1174; S.1569), good fine, Henry VI, first reign, Groats (2), Calais (N.1446; S.1859), one pierced, good fine, the other, about fine (3)

£80-100

626

626 (x1.5) 626

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Edward III, fourth coinage, 1351-77, treaty period, 1361-1369, Noble, 7.68g, London, king holding sword and shield, crowned facing in ship, annulet before EDWARD, saltire stops, rev. floriate cross arms extending from central panel containing letter E, crowns and leopards in angles, saltire stops (cf. Schneider 85; N.1232. S.1503), full broad flan, good detail, good extremely fine, as struck,

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627 (x1.5)

627

Edward III, fourth coinage, 1351-77, treaty period 1361-69, Noble, 7.77g, London, king, holding sword and shield crowned facing in ship, annulet before EDWARD, saltire stops, rev. floriate cross arms extending from central panel containing letter E, saltire stops (Schneider 86-87; N.1232; S.1503), extremely fine

£2,500-3,500

628 628 (x1.5)

628

Henry IV (1399-1413), light coinage, 1412-13, Groat, 3.18g, type III, London, m.m. cross pattée, nine arches, pellet to left of crown, trefoil on breast, FRANC, rev. inverted Ns, slipped trefoil after POSVI, saltire stops (Potter type III, die 1 and BNJ XXX pl. VIII, 7-same dies; N.1359b; S.1728), short of flan and slightly dished, good fine/nearly very fine, extremely rare, a great rarity of the English medieval Groat series

£2,500-3,500

PROVENANCE: Found Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, November 2007 (Treasure Report 2008 T88 part-disclaimed)

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629 (x1.5) 629

Henry VI (first reign, 1422-61), annulet issue, 1422-30, Noble, London, m.m. lis, king, holding sword and shield, crowned facing in ship, annulet by sword arm, trefoil stops, quatrefoil after HENRIC, rev. floriate cross extending from central panel containing letter H, lis after IHC, annulet stops (cf. Schneider 274-90; N.1414; S.1799), in NGC holder graded MS61, almost extremely fine

ÂŁ2,500-3,000

630 630 (x1.5)

630

Henry VI, first reign, annulet issue, 1422-30, Quarter-Noble, 1.71g, London, m.m. lis, shield within tressure, small lis above, ANGL, small lis after HENRIC, trefoil stops, rev. floriate cross, arms extending from central panel containing a lis, mullet before IN, annulet after (Schneider 295; N.1420; S.1811), slight crease, good very fine PROVENANCE: Found Misterton, nr. Doncaster, Notts, March 2011.

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Henry VI, first reign, annulet issue, 1422-30, Groat, 3.68g, Calais, m.m. cross II, no fleur on breast, annulets by neck, rev. additional annulet in two quarters, annulet after POSVI (N.1424; S.1836), dished, nearly very fine, Edward IV, second reign, Pennies (2), both Durham, Bishop Dudley, 1476-83, 0.73g, V to right of facing bust, rev. D at centre of long cross (N.1665; S.2122), clipped, good bust, very fine, 0.64g, DV by neck, rev. plain long cross (N.1666; S.2123), clipped, fine (3) PROVENANCE: All, found Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, November 2007. The first Treasure Report 2008 T8 (part), the second and third, 2008 T89 - all disclaimed.

£100-140

632 632

Henry VI, first reign, leaf-pellet issue, 1445-54, Groat, 3.78g, m.m. cross IIIb/-, class C, leaf on breast, pellet each side of crown, saltire stops, ANGLI, rev. additional pellet in two quarters, no stops (N.1505; S.1915), weakness in legends, good fine, Henry VII, Groat, 2.59g, class I, m.m. halved lis and rose (N.1703; S.2193), clipped, good fine (2)

£200-250

633 633

Edward IV (first reign, 1461-70), heavy coinage, 1461-64, Groat, 2.88g, London, class III, quatrefoil by neck, small trefoil on breast, rev. eye after TAS (N.1532; S.1972), clipped, fine, scarce, light coinage, 1464-71, Groats (2), 2.84g, m.m. rose, London, class Vd, quatrefoils at neck, fleur on breast (N.1567; S.2000), about fine, 2.79g, similar, rev. with extra pellet in one quarter (N.1568; S.2000), fine, second reign, 1471-83, Groat, 2.34g, London, class XIII, m.m. large annulet, no marks by bust, trefoils on cusps (N.1631; S.2096), clipped, fine (4)

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634 (x2)

634

Edward IV (second reign 1471-83), Angel, m.m. large annulet, St Michael spearing dragon, quatrefoil stops, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and rose, reading CRWSE and REDET, trefoil stops (Schneider 453-4; N.1626; S.2091), angel with exceptional high relief, first class provenances, a superb example, in PCGS holder graded MS61, extremely fine PROVENANCE: R. Duncan Beresford Jones, Spink auction 29, 2 June 1983, lot 15 Ex P Ziegler collection, bt. by Spink in two parts, 1947 and 1954 B Roth, Sotheby, 7 September 1917, lot 218 H Montagu, Sotheby 5 November 1896, lot 594 Ex W Brice

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635 (x2)

635

Richard III (1483-85), Angel, 5.04g, m.m. boars head 1 over halved sun and rose l/halved sun and rose 1, type 2b, St Michael spearing dragon, saltire stops, RICARD, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing R and rose, R over an E (Schneider 484- same dies; N.1676; S.2151), an unusual mintmark combination, a little weak on Angel’s face, very fine, rare

ÂŁ10,000-12,000

PROVENANCE: Baldwin auction 68, 28 September 2010, lot 3576 Spink auction 90, 16 March 1992, lot 18 Ex Dupree collection, bt, Spink, 1989 GC Drabble, Glendining, 4 July 1939, lot 120 RT Cassall, Glendining, 3 December 1924, lot 224

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637

638

Henry VII (1485-1509), profile issue, Groat, 3.00g, tentative issue, m.m. crosslet, crowned bust right, double band in crown, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1743; S.2254), about fine, Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groats (2), 2.54g, m.m. lis, Laker bust D right, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), good fine, 2.01g, similar, clipped, fair (3)

£200-300

Henry VII, Halfgroats (2), 1.39g, York, Archbishop Savage, m.m. martlet, double arched crown, keys by neck, tall thin lettering (N.1716; S.2216), double struck in places on reverse, full flan good fine, 1.51g, class IIIc, Canterbury, uncertain mintmark, double arched crown, no stops (N.1712; S.2211), clipped, good fine, Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Halfgroats, York, Archbishop Edmund Lee (2), m.m. key, 1.24g, 1.30g, crowned bust right, rev. long cross fourchée over shield dividing EL (N.1807; S.2348), good fine (4)

£150-200

Henry VIII (1509-47), first coinage 1509-25, Groat, 2.81g, m.m. portcullis, crowned bust right, long cross fourchée over shield (N.1762; S.2316), about fine, with Brabant, Charles the Bold (1467-1477), as Duke of Brabant, Double Patard, 2.82g, shield, rev. floriate cross, creased, about fine (2)

£100-130

639 639 (x1.5)

639

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Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Crown of the Double Rose, 3.63g, m.m. arrow, crowned rose dividing crowned H and I, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned H and I (Schneider 592- same reverse die; N.1790; S.2279), pleasing obverse, very fine/good very fine, rare

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640

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, ¿ Halfcrown, 1.84g, m.m. rose both sides, crowned rose dividing H K, RVTILANS SINE SPINA, Gothic letters, rev. crowned shield, no letters by side, HENRIC 8, Gothic letters (Schneider 600; N.1794; S.2285), some double striking in reverse legend, an attractive example, extremely fine/good very fine, rare

641

641

642

644

642

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.72g, m.m. rose, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, saltires in forks (N.1797; S.2337E), nearly very fine, scarce

£180-220

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.73g, m.m. arrow, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), double struck on face, clear mintmark, nearly very fine

£120-150

643

643

£1,800-2,200

644

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.78g, m.m. arrow, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, AGLIE, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), reverse scuff, nearly very fine

£120-150

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.57g, m.m. arrow, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, AGLIE, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), nearly very fine

£130-180

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Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.60g, Laker bust D, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), crimped, nearly very fine

£130-160

646 646

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groats (2), 2.61g, m.m. arrow, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), nearly very fine, 2.62g, similar, double struck on obverse, good fine (2)

£180-220

647 647

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groats (2), 2.73g, m.m. arrow, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1797; S.2337E), good fine, 2.76g, m.m. lis, similar, edge chip, fine (2)

£140-180

648 648

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Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.63g, York, Archbishop Thomas Wolsey, m.m. voided cross, crowned bust right, rev. long cross fourchée over shield dividing T W, saltires in cross ends, Cardinal’s hat below (N.1799; S.2339), crease, good fine

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649 649

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.75g, York, Archbishop Thomas Wolsey, m.m. voided cross, Laker bust D, lombardic lettering, rev. long cross fourchée over shield dividing TW, saltires in cross ends, Cardinal’s hat below (N.1799; S.2339), fine/good fine

£100-130

650

650 (x1.5)

650 (detail)

650

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Half-Sovereign, 6.22g, Tower, m.m. pellet in annulet, Roman lettering both sides, king, bearded and crowned, seated facing on throne flanked by two pillars, rose below, HENRIC 8, letter C a reversed D, trefoil stops, rev. crowned shield supported by lion to left and griffin to right, panel below, letter C in TRANCIENS, a reversed D, trefoil stops (cf. Schneider 613; N.1827; S.2294), superb portrait, extremely fine, rare

£3,000-5,000

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651 (x1.5)

651

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Edward VI (1547-53), third period, 1550-53, Sovereign, 11.20g, Tower mint, m.m. y, crowned, armoured half-length figure of king holding sword and orb, rev. crowned shield supported by lion to left, griffin to right, ER in panel below (Schneider 690- same dies; N.1927; S.2450), pleasing detail especially on reverse, good very fine, rare

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652 652

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Crown, 30.22g, 1551, m.m. Y, king, crowned and holding sword, riding right on caparisoned horse, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1933; S.2475), old tone, good fine

£800-1,000

654 653 653

654

655

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Crown, 30.41g, 1552, m.m. tun, king crowned and holding sword, riding right on caparisoned horse, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1933; S.2478), very fine

£1,500-2,000

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Shilling, 5.93g, m.m. tun, crowned bust facing, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1937; S.2482), an attractive portrait, good very fine

£500-600

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Shilling, 5.30g, m.m. y, crowned bust facing, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1937; S.2482), nearly very fine

£150-200

656 656

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Shillings (2), 6.21g, m.m. tun, crowned bust facing, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1937; S.2482), good fine, 5.71g, similar, fine (2)

£150-180

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Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Sixpence, 2.95g, m.m. y, crowned bust facing, HIBER, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1938; S.2483), about extremely fine, very rare with this legend

£900-1,200

658

658 (x1.5)

658

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Mary (sole rule 1553-4), Angel, 5.18g, class I, m.m. pomegranate both sides, St Michael spearing dragon, annulet stops, REGI, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing M and rose (Schneider 714 - same obverse die; N.1958; S.2490), very fine, rare

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660

Mary, Groat, 1.90g, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1960; S.2492), crease, tooled on obverse, good fine

£120-150

Mary, Groat, 1.88g, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1960; S.2492), indentations on obverse, fine, Philip and Mary (3), Sixpence, 1554, poor, Groats (2), 1.63g, 1.70g (N.1973; S.2508), about fine (4)

661 661

Philip and Mary (1554-58), Shilling, 5.98g, undated, busts vis a vis, crown above, full titles, rev. crowned shield, with mark of value (N.1967; S.2498), edge splits at 5 o’clock, full flan, toned in places, good fine

£200-300

662 662

Philip and Mary, Shilling, 5.72g, 1554, busts vis a vis, crown above dividing date, rev. crowned garnished shield, full titles (N.1967; S.2500), edge split, good fine

£200-250

663 663

Philip and Mary, Shilling, 6.12g, 1555, busts vis a vis, crown above, English titles, rev. crowned shield (N.1968; S.2501), good fine

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664 (x1.5)

664

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), first issue, 1558-60, Fine Sovereign of Thirty Shillings, 15.44g, m.m. lis, beaded inner circles, ELIZABETH: D: G: ANG: FRA: Z: HIB: REGINA:, Queen enthroned, tressure broken by throne, no chains to portcullis, rev. A: DNO: FACTV: EST: ISTV: Z: EST: MIRA: IN: OCVL: NRIS, shield on rose (Schneider 729; N.1978; S.2511), a superb specimen struck on a full and wide spread flan, a striking crack at 5 o’clock, extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, June 1983, for £10,250 R.C. Lockett, English II, Glendining, 11-17 October 1956, lot 1948, where described as ‘a beautiful specimen of this pretty coin.’

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665 665 (x1.5)

665

Elizabeth I, first issue, 1558-60, Shilling, 6.27g, m.m. lis, small bust, beaded and wire line inner circle, rev. cross fourchée on shield (N.1985; S.2549), irregular flan, pleasing bust and detail, even light tone, good very fine, rare

£600-800

666 666

Elizabeth I, first issue, 1558-60, Groat, 1.99g, m.m. lis, wire line and beaded inner circles, crowned large bust left, RE, rev. long cross fourchée over large shield (N.1986; S.2551), very fine

£180-220

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 149 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2022 (part) Montagu, Sotheby, 18 September 1897, lot 294

667

667

Elizabeth I, first issue, 1558-60, Groat, 1.93g, m.m. lis, wire line and beaded inner circles, crowned large bust left, REGIN, rev. long cross fourchée over small shield (N.1986; S.2551), flan flaw on head, very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendinings, 7 June 1974, lot 149 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2022 (part) Abbott collection, bt. Lockett, with R.C. Lockett ticket

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Elizabeth I, first issue, 1558-60, Groat, 1.86g, m.m. lis, wire line and beaded inner circle, small (Half-Groat) crowned bust left, REG, rev. long cross fourchée over small shield (N.1986; S.2551A), good very fine, very rare

£250-300

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 147 Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2022 (part)

669

670

Elizabeth I, Shillings (4), second issue, 1560-61, 5.71g, m.m. martlet (N.1985; S.2555), sixth issue (3), 1582-1600, 6.21g, m.m. A, 5.88g, m.m. woolpack, 5.96g, m.m. key (N.2014; S.2577), fine - good fine (4)

£200-300

Elizabeth I, Shillings (5), second issue, 1560-61, m.m. martlet (3) (N.1985; S.2555), fine, sixth issue, 1582-1600, m.m. A (N.2014; S.2577), fine, another, uncertain mintmark, fine (5)

£200-300

671 671

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Groat, 2.02g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, ANG, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1986; S.2556), good detail of mintmark, very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 151 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2022 (part), with R.C. Lockett ticket

672 672 (x1.5) 672

Elizabeth I, second issue, Groat, 2.02g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, AN, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1986; S.2556), ragged flan, scratches on bust, toned, nearly very fine/very fine PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 151 (part), with R.C. Lockett ticket Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2022 (part)

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673

673

673 (x1.5)

674

Elizabeth I, second issue 1560-61, Penny, 0.46g, m.m. cross crosslet, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1988; S.2558), lightly toned, attractive, good very fine

674 (x1.5)

£100-130

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 152 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2033 (part)

674

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Penny, 0.54g, m.m. cross crosslet, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1988; S.2558), creased, very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 152 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2033 (part)

675 675 (x2) 675

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Penny, 0.43g, m.m. cross crosslet, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1988; S.2558), toned, full flan, a very attractive example of this coin, good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 152 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2033 (part)

676 676 (x1.5) 676

Elizabeth I, second issue 1560-61, Penny, 0.49g, m.m. cross crosslet, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1988; S.2558), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, January 1972

677

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Penny, 0.47g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1988; S.2558), small edge chip, fine

£30-40

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 152 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2033 (part)

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678 (x1.5)

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Penny, 0.47g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1988; S.2558), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 152 (part) Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2033 (part)

679 679 (x2) 679

Elizabeth I, first to fourth issues 1559-78, gold Halfcrown, 1.39g, m.m. coronet, crowned bust left, rev. SCVTVM : FIDEI . PROTEGIT . EAM, crowned shield dividing ER (cf. Schneider 753-755; N.1994; S.2524A), very fine, rare

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, April 1973, for £500

680 680

681

682

683

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Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpence, 3.15g, 1574, m.m. eglantine, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1997; S.2562), good very fine

£180-220

Elizabeth I, Sixpences (4), 3rd and 4th issues, 1561-77 (3), 2.90g, 1561, m.m. pheon, 3.00g, 1571, m.m. castle, 2.86g, 1576, m.m. eglantine (N.1997; S.2561; 2562), fine, fifth issue, 157882, 2.99g, 1578, m.m. Greek cross (N.1997; S.2572), generally fine (4)

£150-200

Elizabeth I, Sixpences (9), third and fourth issues (5), 1561-77, 2.69g, 1561, m.m. pheon, 2.63g, 1567, m.m. coronet, 1571 (2), 2.45g, 2.70g, both m.m. castle, 2.81g, 1573, m.m. acorn (N.1997; S.2561), generally about fine, fifth issue, 1578-82 (2), 2.96g, 2.90g both 1578 m.m. Greek cross (N.1997; S.2572), about fine, sixth issue, 1582-1600, 1.95g, m.m. A (N.2015; S.2578A), fair, milled issue, 1560-71, Sixpence, 1562, m.m. star, bust D (N.2027; S.2596), pierced, good fine (9)

£150-200

Elizabeth I, Sixpences (9), third and fourth issues, 1561-77 (5), including 3.11g, m.m. castle, this good fine, others 1567, 1570, 1574, 1575 (N.1997; S.2562), these fine, sixth issue, 15821600 (4), including 2.72g, 1595, m.m. key (N.2015; S.2578b), good fine, others (3), 1582, 1592 (2) (N.2015; S.2578, 2578b), fine (9)

£250-300


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684 684 (x2) 684

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Threepence, 1.56g, 1561, m.m. pheon, large size, bust crowned left, ANG FRA ET HIB, rev. large shield (N.1998; S.2564), extremely fine, rare

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 162 (part) With RC Lockett ticket stating ex Abbott colln. Lockett II, Glendining, 25-28 October 1955, lot 2023 (part)

685 685 (x1.5) 685

686

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues 1561-77, Threepence, 1.57g, 1575, m.m. eglantine, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1998; S.2566), extremely fine

£160-200

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues 1561-77, Threepence, 1574, 1.31g, m.m. eglantine (N.1998; S.2566), good fine, Threehalfpence, 1575, 0.70g, m.m. eglantine (N.2000; S.2568), fine, fifth issue, 1578-82, Sixpence, 2.75g, m.m. Greek cross (N.1997; S.2572), fine; sixth issue, 1582-1600, Halfgroat, 0.92g, m.m. bell (N.2016; S.2579), nearly very fine, Charles II, hammered coinage, 1660-62, third issue, Halfgroat, 1.01g, m.m. crown (N.2772; S.336), good fine (5)

£100-130

687

687

687 (x1.5)

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Threehalfpence, 0.66g, 1561, m.m. pheon, large size, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.2000; S.2568), very fine

£100-130

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688

688 (x1.5)

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Three-Farthings, 0.28g, 1575, m.m. eglantine, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.2002; S.2571), very fine, rare

£120-150

688A 688A (x1.5) 688A

Elizabeth I, fifth issue, 1578-1582, Half-Angel, 2.58g, m.m. Greek cross, St Michael right spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and a rose (Schneider 772; N.1992/1; S.2526), very fine, rare

£1,500-2,000

689 689 (x1.5) 689

Elizabeth I, fifth issue, 1578-82, Sixpence, 3.14g, 1578, m.m. Greek cross, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1997; S.2572), lightly toned, pleasing, extremely fine

£200-300

690 690

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Elizabeth I, fifth issue, 1578-82, Sixpence, 3.18g, 1579, m.m. Greek cross, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.1997; S.2572), good very fine

£180-220


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691

691 (x1.5)

691

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Sovereign, 15.38g, m.m. escallop over A, queen enthroned holding orb and sceptre, portcullis at feet, back of throne and uprights decorated with pellets, rev. square-topped shield on Tudor rose, pellet stops (Schneider 779; N.2003; S.2529), small edge knock at 9 o’clock, light scrapes both sides, otherwise a neat round coin, almost very fine, scarce

ÂŁ15,000-20,000

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 174, 30 June 2005, lot 105 H Hird, Glendining, 9 December 1964, lot 9

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692 (x1.5)

692

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Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Pound, 11.05g, m.m woolpack, crowned bust with flowing hair in elaborate dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing ER (Schneider 799- same obverse die; N.2008; S.2534), toned in places, small edge split at four o’clock, good very fine

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693

693 (x1.5)

693

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Half-Pound, 5.61g, m.m. tun, ELIZAB: D: G: ANG: FRA: ET: HIB: REGINA:, old crowned bust left, wearing decorated dress with ruff, a profusion of hair loose over her shoulder, rev. SCVTVM: FIDEI: PROTEGET: EAM., crowned shield dividing E-R (Schneider 808-809; N.2009; S.2535), a sharp and attractively forceful portrait, a full round coin, good extremely fine, rare

ÂŁ10,000-12,000

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694 (x1.5)

694

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Angel, 5.24g, m.m. A, St Michael right spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and a rose (Schneider 787; N.2005; S.2531), good very fine

ÂŁ2,500-3,000

PROVENANCE:

Glendining, 16 June 1971, lot 8

695

695 (x2)

695

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Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Quarter-Angel, 1.25g, m.m. tun, St Michael right spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and a rose (Schneider 796; N.2007; S.2533), a most attractive example, extremely fine, very rare

ÂŁ3,000-4,000


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696 696 (x2) 696

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, gold Halfcrown, 1.54g, m.m. woolpack, crowned bust left with flowing hair, rev. SCVTUM.FIDEI.PROTEGET.EAM., crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 818; N. 2011; S.2537), very fine, rare

£2,000-2,500

697 697 (x1.5) 697

Elizabeth I, pattern Shilling, 6.03g, m.m. key, crowned bust left, five pointed mullet punched into field behind head, REGI, rev. long cross fourchée over plain square topped shield (N.2044; S.), flat in parts but very fine, very rare

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE: SNC, December 1932, no. 11680

The five point mullet stamped in the field behind the Queen’s head may be a contemporary merchant’s or banker’s test mark.

698 698 (x1.5) 698

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1578-82, Halfgroat, 0.79g, m.m. escallop, crowned bust right, pellets behind, rev. shield (N.2016; S.2579), good very fine, attractive golden toning

£100-150

PROVENANCE: Lockett part III, Glendining, 4 November 1958, lot 3304 (part)

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699 699

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Crown, 29.74g, m.m. 1 crowned bust left in elaborate dress, holding sceptre and orb, three fingers visible, rev. long cross fourchée over garnished square topped shield (FR Cooper D6 this coin illustrated; N.2012; S.2582), a most attractive portrait, toned, extremely fine, scarce

£6,000-8,000

PROVENANCE: West Country Collector, Glendining, 8 November 1978, lot 12 With F.R. Cooper ticket. H M Lingford part 1, Glendining, 24-26 October 1950, lot 41

700 700

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Crown, 29.85g, m.m. 1, crowned bust left in elaborate dress holding sceptre and orb, rev. long cross fourchée over garnished square topped shield (N.2012; S.2582), edge split below bust, good fine

£800-1,000

701 701

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Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Crown, 28.83g, m.m. 1, crowned bust left in elaborate dress holding sceptre and orb left, rev. long cross fourchée over square topped garnished shield (N.2012; S.2582), light graffiti in reverse fields, mark by mintmark on obverse, weakness on face, good fine

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702 702

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Halfcrown, 14.99g, m.m. 1, crowned bust left in elaborate dress holding sceptre and orb, rev. garnished square topped shield over long cross fourchée (N.2013; S.2583), legend double struck in places on obverse, very fine

£1,800-2,200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, January 1973

703 703

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-1602, Shilling, 5.76g, m.m. 2, crowned bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.2014; S.2577), about fine, milled coinage, 1560-71, Sixpence, 1562, m.m. star, plain dress, large rose (N.2025/1; S.2594), crack, good fine (2)

704

704

£100-120

704 (x1.5)

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Halfpenny, 0.20g, portcullis, rev. cross and pellets (N.2018; S.2588), good very fine

£80-100

705 705 (x1.5) 705

Elizabeth I, pattern Halfpenny, 1.55g, in silver, crowned monogram, rev. crowned double rose (BMC 2; N.2053), extremely fine, extremely rare

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE: Spink auction 1, 11 October 1978, lot 192 H A Parsons, Glendinings, 11-13 May 1954, lot 636

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706 (x1.5)

706

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1560-71, gold Half-Pound, 5.50g, m.m. star, crowned large broad bust left, wearing richly decorated dress, rev. crowned shield dividing E-R (Schneider 759- same dies; Borden & Brown 5-1/1; N.2019/3; S.2543), a superb example, extremely fine, very rare PROVENANCE: Glendinings, 11 February 1976, lot 4

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707 707

708

709

710

711

712

708

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1560-71, Sixpence, 3.15g, 1562, m.m. star, tall narrow crowned bust left in plain dress, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.2025/1; S.2594), mark to right of shield, slight crease, toned, very fine

£250-300

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-71, Sixpence, 2.98g, 1562, crowned tall bust right wearing decorated dress, medium rose behind, rev. date over shield, m.m. star (N.2026; S.2595), very fine

£300-400

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-71, Sixpence, 3.08g, 1568, m.m. lis, crowned small bust left in plain dress, rev. long cross fourchée over shield (N.2030; S.2599), good very fine

£250-300

James I (1603-25), first coinage, 1603-04, Shilling, 5.87g, m.m. lis, crowned second bust right, rev. square topped shield (N.2073; S.2646), good fine, Charles I, Shilling, 5.83g, m.m. anchor, group E, type 4.1 var. crowned bust left, rev. square topped shield over cross moline (N.2227; S.2795), good fine (2)

£100-140

James I, Shillings (4), first coinage, 1603-04, 5.93g, m.m. lis, second bust (N.2073; S.2646), nearly fine, second coinage, 1604-19, 5.70g, m.m. key, fifth bust (N.2101; S.2656), fine, third coinage, 1619-1620, 5.39g, 5.94g, both m.m. trefoil (N.2124; S.2668), one with engraved letter by bust, both fine (4)

£230-260

James I, Sixpences (5), first coinage, 1603-04 (3), 2.19g, 1603, m.m. thistle, first bust, 2.78g, 2.79g, 1604, m.m. thistle, second bust, second coinage, 1604-19, 1605 (2), 2.63g, 2.91g, m.m. rose, third bust (N.2074, 2075, 2102; S.2647, 2648. 2658), generally fine (5)

£200-250

713

713

714

715

716

709

713 (x1.5)

James I second coinage, 1604-19, gold Halfcrown, 1.23g, m.m. book on lectern, crowned fifth bust right, rev. shield, crown above dividing IR (Schneider II, 76; N.2095; S.2631), double struck in places, good fine, scarce

£200-250

James I, second coinage, 1604-1619, Shillings (4), 5.46g, m.m. rose, third bust, 5.46g, m.m. escallop, fourth bust, 5.53g, m.m. key, fifth bust, 5.23g, m.m. bell, similar (N.2099, 2100, 2103; S.2654, 2655, 2656), generally fine (4)

£160-200

James I, second coinage, 1605-19, Shilling, 5.69g, m.m. coronet, fifth bust, rev. square topped shield (N.2101; S.2656), good fine

£120-150

James I, second coinage, 1604-19, Shilling, 5.41g, m.m. rose, crowned third bust right, rev. shield (N.2099; S.2654), mark on bust, fine, Sixpences (6), second coinage (4), 1605 (2), 1606, one date uncertain (N.2102, 2103; S.2657, 2658), generally fine, third coinage, 1619-25 (2), 1621, 1622 (N.2126; S.2670), the 1621 clipped, fine, the 1622, fair (7)

£150-200

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717

717 (x1.5)

717

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James I, third coinage, 1619-25, Rose Ryal, 12.26g, m.m. spur rowell, king crowned, seated on throne with ornamented back, holding orb and sceptre, portcullis below, rev. shield over cross fleury, XXX above, band with lis, leopards and roses around (Schneider II, 77; N.2108; S.2632), flaw at base of portcullis, struck from rusty dies, very fine/good very fine

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718 718 (x1.5) 718

James I, third coinage, 1619-25, Quarter-Laurel, 2.15g, m.m. trefoil, fifth bust left, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, crown above (N.2115; S.2642B), nearly very fine

£300-350

719 719

James I, third coinage, 1619-25, Crown, 29.33g, m.m. lis, king, crowned and holding sword riding right, line with grass below, rev. garnished square topped shield (N.2120; S.2664), fine/good fine

£500-700

720

720 (x1.5) 720

Charles I (1625-49), Unite, 9.06g, group B, m.m. cross calvary, crowned bust in ruff and mantle left, rev. crowned square top shield (Schneider II 120-1; Brooker 30-31; N.2148; S.2687), very fine

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721 (x1.5) 721*

Charles I, Unite, 9.03g, group F, m.m. triangle in circle, crowned Briot style bust left, rev. crowned oval shield, C-R at sides (Schneider II 154-5; Brooker 110-113; N.2154; S.2694), very fine

£1,200-1,500

PROVENANCE: Spink Australia, 16 November 1983, lot 429

722 722 (x1.5) 722

Charles I, gold Crown, 2.24g, group D, m.m. bell over portcullis/bell, third bust left, rev. crowned oval garnished shield dividing crowned CR (Schneider II, 245 -same dies; N.2185; S.2715), graffito in obverse field, nearly very fine

£250-350

723 723

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Charles I, Crown, 29.67g, group I, m.m. lis, king, crowned and holding sword aloft, riding left on caparisoned horse with plume on head and crupper, rev. garnished square topped shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 234; N.2190; S.2753), double struck in places, fine/good fine

£400-600


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724 724

Charles I, Crown, 29.72g, group I, m.m. cross calvary over lis/cross calvary, king, crowned and holding sword, riding left on horse with caparisons and plumes on head and crupper, rev. garnished shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 236; N.2190; S.2753), nearly very fine, rare

£800-1,000

725 725

Charles I, Halfcrown, 14.41g, group II, type 2a, m.m. plume, king riding right, plume on head of horse, rev. oval garnished shield CR above (Brooker 298-302; N.2205; S.2769), double struck in places on reverse, weak horseman, fine/nearly very fine

£100-150

726 726

727

728

Charles I, Halfcrowns (3) group II type 2c (2), 14.81g, m.m. harp, 14.68g, m.m. portcullis (N.2207; S.2771), the first, fine, the second, nearly very fine, 12.51g, group III type 3a1, m.m. tun (N.2209; S.2773), double struck on rear of horse, clipped, nearly very fine (3)

£200-300

Charles I, Halfcrowns (4) group 4, mintmarks triangle in circle (2), star, one uncertain (N.2214; S.2779), generally about fine (4)

£100-150

Charles I, Tower mint under parliament, Halfcrown, 14.14g, group V, m.m. star, fifth horseman left, rev. garnished oval shield (Brooker 363-3; N.2215; S.2780, about fine, Shillings (2), 5.97g, group F, type 4.4 var. m.m. eye (Brooker 556-8; N.2232; S.2800), nearly very fine, 5.52g, group F, type 4.4, m.m. (R) (Brooker 554-5; N.2231; S.2800), about fine (3)

£100-120

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729 729

730

731

Charles I, Shilling, 5.67g, group A, m.m. lis, crowned first bust left, rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 380-1; N.2216; S.2781), grafitto on bust, nearly very fine

£180-230

Charles I, Shilling, 4.85g, group A, m.m. lis, crowned second bust left, rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 385-392; N.2216; S.2782), good fine

£100-130

Charles I, Shillings (2), 5.75g, group D, type 3.1, m.m. portcullis (N.2223; S.2789), fine, 6.09g, group F, type 4.4 (N.2231; S.2799), irregular flan good fine, Sixpence (2), 3.05, group E, type 4.1, m.m. tun (N.2243; S.2814), another, m.m. crown (N.2241; S.2615), pierced fair (4)

£120-150

732 732

Charles I, Shillings (2), 6.04g, group D, m.m. crown, fourth bust left, rev. oval garnished shield dividing CR (Brooker 502-5; N.2225; S.2791), nearly very fine, 5.77g, m.m. bell, similar, double struck on reverse, good fine (2)

733 733

734

735

736

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£100-120

734

Charles I, Shilling, group E, type 4.1 var., m.m. anchor, large crowned and cuirassed bust left, with rounded shoulder, rev. square topped shield (Brooker 525-29; N.2230/2; S.2797), good very fine

£200-250

Charles I, Shilling, 5.69g, group E, type 4.2, m.m. anchor, crowned bust left, rev. square topped shield over cross moline (Brooker 517-21; N.2229; S.2796), ragged edges, nearly very fine

£60-80

Charles I, Shillings (7), group F, mintmarks triangle (2), triangle in circle, others uncertain (N.2231; S.2799), one pierced, some clipped, generally fair - fine (7)

£100-150

Charles I, Sixpences (4), including 2.53g, 1625, group A, m.m. lis (N.2235; S.2806), FINE, others (3), one creased, generally about fine (4)

£80-100


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737

737 (x1.5)

737

Charles I, Briot’s milled coinage, 1631-32, Unite, 9.05g, m.m. flower (anemone) and B/B to left above crown, crowned bust left wearing falling lace collar with crowned C and R to sides, rev. crowned square topped garnished shield (Schneider II, 271- same dies; N.2294; S.2719), some iridescence, pleasing orange/red tone, a superb example, almost extremely fine, rare

ÂŁ15,000-18,000

PROVENANCE: Slaney, Spink auction 163, 15 May 2003, lot 14 Bt. Baldwin, 1946

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Charles I, Briot’s first milled coinage, 1631-32, Sixpence, 2.97g, m.m. daisy with small B below obverse only, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 718- same dies; N.2301; S.2855), good very fine

£300-400

739 739

Charles I, Briots’s second milled coinage, 1638-39, Sixpence, 3.07g, m.m. anchor with mullet/anchor, crowned bust left, rev. shield over cross moline (Brooker 729-30; N.2306; S.2660), nearly very fine; provincial issues, Aberystwyth, 1638/9-42, Groat, 1.93g, m.m. book, crowned bust left, plume before, rev. garnished oval shield, small plume above (Brooker 760-63; N.2337; S.2891), very fine (2)

£200-250

740 740

Charles I, Briot’s second milled coinage, 1638-39, Sixpence, 3.07g, m.m. anchor, crowned bust left, rev. shield over cross moline (Brooker 729-732; N.2306; S.2860), very fine

£150-180

741 741

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Charles I, York, 1643-44, Halfcrown, 12.68g, m.m. lion, king on horseback left, tail between horse’s legs, EBOR below, rev. crowned oval shield (N.2315; S.2869), metal loss between 2 and 4 o’clock, otherwise good very fine

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742 (x1.5) 742

Charles I, Oxford, Unite, 8.84g, 1642, no m.m., king half-length left, crowned, armoured, holding sword and laurel branch, rev. Declaration in two lines, plumes above, date below (Schneider II 309; Brooker 843; N.2386; S.2731), irregular flan, weakly struck legends, bold portrait, almost very fine, rare

£4,000-6,000

743

743 (x1.5) 743

Charles I, Oxford, Unite, 9.00g, 1644, m.m. plume, king half-length left, crowned, armoured, holding sword and laurel branch, rev. Declaration in three lines on continuous scroll, plumes above, below, 1644 OX below (Schneider II 325-26; Brooker 853-4; N.2389; S.2735), flan edge splits at twelve and six o’clock, flan, bold portrait, good very fine, rare

£6,000-8,000

PROVENANCE: V.J.E. Ryan, Glendinning, 28 June 1950, lot 541

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744 (x1.5) 744

Charles I, Oxford, Halfcrown, 14.89g, 1643, m.m. plume/rosette, Briot’s horseman left, sword breaking inner circle, Oxford plume behind, ground below, CAROLLVS, rev. Declaration in two lines, reading PR with letter O added, 1643 OX below, three equal size Oxford plumes above (Brooker 893-95-same obverse die; reverse die as Brooker 899; N.2416/2422; S.2957), an interesting mule between the intermediate and late period Oxford coinage, a good example of this issue with a most pleasing reverse, good very fine

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE: Maish, Sotheby, 22 March 1918, lot 335

745

745

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Charles I, Exeter, 1643-46, Crown, 29.15g, 1645, m.m. castle, king riding left, sash flying out behind, rev. oval garnished shield, date to left of mintmark (Brooker 1040-1045; N.2561; S.3062), flan flaws on obverse, good fine

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746 (x1.5) 746

Charles I, Hartlebury Castle, Worcs, 1646, Halfcrown, 14.18g, m.m. pear/three pears, king riding right, rev. oval garnished shield, small HC in garniture below (Brooker 1137; N.2626; S.3129), irregular flan, old scratch above rear of horse, good fine, very rare

£1,500-2,000

747 747

Charles I, Newark besieged, 1645-46, Halfcrown, 15.10g, 1646, crown over value, rev. NEWARK 1646 (N.2638; S.3144), some patches of discolouration both sides, very fine

748 748

749

OBS.

£1,200-1,500

749

Charles I, Newark besieged, 1645-46, Halfcrown, 15.06g, 1646, crown dividing OBS:/NEWARK/1646 (N.2638; S.3140), skillfully plugged above crown, very fine

CR,

rev.

Charles I, Newark besieged, 1645-46, Ninepence, 4.37g, 1645, crown dividing CR, IX below, rev. [OBS]/N[.]WARKE/1645 (Brooker 1226; N.2641; S.3145), fine, rare

£600-800

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751

Charles I, Newark besieged, 1645-46, Ninepence, 4.02g, 1646, crown dividing CR, IX below, rev. OBS:/NEWARK./1646 (Brooker 1227; N.2641; S.3144), possibly some time gilded, good fine, rare

£600-800

Charles I, Pontefract besieged, 1648-49, octagonal Shilling, 4.53g, 1648, DVM SPIRO SPERO around crowned CR, rev. castle gateway, OBS to left, tower above dividing PC, hand holding sword projecting to right (Brooker 1231; North 2646; S.3148), good fine/fine, rare

£1,500-1,800

752

752 (x1.5)

752

Commonwealth, Unite, 8.99g, 1649, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (Schneider II 337; N.2715; S.3208), good very fine, scarce PROVENANCE: SNC, March 1985, no. 1110

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753 (x1.5) 753

Commonwealth, Unite, 9.12g, 1651, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (Schneider II 339; N.2715; S.3208), superb reverse detail, almost extremely fine

ÂŁ5,000-7,000

754

754 (x1.5) x754

Commonwealth, Unite, 8.87g, 1653, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (Schneider II 341; N.2715; S.3208), mark to left of English shield on reverse, almost extremely fine

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755 (x1.5)

755

Commonwealth, Unite, 9.03g, 1656, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (Schneider II 344; N.2715; S.3208), a most attractive example centrally struck on a full round flan with a pleasing orange-red tone, extremely fine/good extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE: Ex Dr E Carter collection, bt. by Baldwin, 1950

The 1656 Commonwealth Unite is rare, possibly because supplies of gold were being used to coin Cromwell Broads in this year

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756 756

Commonwealth, Crown, 29.80g, 1656 large 6 over small 6 over 4, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (ESC 9a; N.2721; S.3214), nearly very fine, rare variety

757 757

758

£1,000-1,200

758

Commonwealth, Halfcrown, 14.78g, 1654, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, E in COMMONWEALTH struck over P, rev. conjoined shields (ESC 434; N.2722; S.3215), unusual variety, very fine

£500-600

Commonwealth, Shilling, 5.73g, 1653, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (ESC 987; N.2724; S.3217), very fine

£300-350

759 759

760

Commonwealth, Sixpence, 2.79g, 1652, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (ESC 1486; N.2726; S.3219), surface pitting, very fine

£200-250

Commonwealth, Halfgroat, 0.91g, shield in wreath, rev. conjoined shields (N.2728; S.3221), edge nick, fine, Penny, 0.50g, similar (N.2729; S.3222), nearly very fine, Halfpenny, 0.26g, English shield, rev. Irish shield (N.2730; S.3223), edge splits, about very fine, Charles II, hammered coinage, 1660-62, third issue, Groat, 1.97g, m.m. crown (N.2768; S.3324), fine (4)

£100-130

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761 761

762

763

764

Charles II (1660-85), hammered coinage, 1660-62, first issue, Halfcrown, 14.75g, m.m. crown, armoured, crowned bust left, rev. square topped shield over cross fleury (N.2759; S.3307), pierced and skillfully plugged at centre, double struck in places, good fine, rare

£400-500

Miscellaneous hammered coins (4), Richard II, Halfpenny (S.1699), Henry VIII, second coinage, Halfgroat, Canterbury, m.m. cross patonce, W-A beside shield (S.2343), Charles I, Sixpence, group E Aberystwyth bust, m.m. tun (S.2814), and Charles II, Fourpence, m.m. crown (S.3324), this very fine, others fine (4)

£120-150

Miscellaneous, minor denomination hammered coins (20), mainly Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I, silver (19), Halfpenny, Pennies (2), Twopences (11), Threepences (5), Æ Farthing, four pierced, two chipped, generally fair - fine, one or two better (20)

£100-150

A small mahogany coin cabinet, 85mm. high, 205mm. wide, 155mm. deep, slide front with lock and key, six trays with bone pulls, various size piercings for 96 coins, single brass carrying handle on top, good condition

£100-150

COINS OF SCOTLAND

765 765

766

766

Scotland, David II (1329-71), third coinage, 1367-71, Groat, Edinburgh, crowned head left, sceptre before, trefoils within tressure, rev. cross and mullets (S.5125), very fine

£200-250

Scotland, James V (1513-42), second coinage, 1626-39, Groat, crowned bust right, rev. rounded shield, trefoil stops (S.5378), very fine

£300-400

767 767

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Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), after English accession, Thirty-Shillings, 14.79g, m.m. thistle, king riding right wearing Scottish crown, horse with caparisons with thistle on rear housing, rev. garnished square topped shield (S.5503), nearly very fine

£180-220


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COINS OF IRELAND

768 768

Ireland, Edward I (1272-1307), second coinage, 1279-1302, Penny, 1.29g, class III, Cork, crowned bust in triangle, pellet in each angle of the triangle, rev. CIVITAS CORGAGIE (DF.67; S.6256), cracked, porosity, very fine, extremely rare

£250-350

769 769 (x3)

769

Ireland, Edward I, second coinage, 1279-1302, Farthing, 0.33g, Dublin, bust with triangle, rev. CIVITAS DVBLINIE, long cross, pellets in angles (S.6267; DF.70), a superb example of this coin, good very fine, scarce PROVENANCE: Naish collection, sold SCMB November-December 1945, this coin listed as N.1688, noted by Seaby as ‘certainly the best we have seen.’ With Naish ticket. Ex Shirley Fox ERA/NG/LIE,

£250-350

770

770

771

Ireland, Elizabeth I (1558-1601), fine coinage, Shilling, 1561, 4.57g, m.m. harp, crowned bust left, rev. three harps on shield, crown above (DF.247; S.6505), a pleasing example with good detail and legends well struck up, very fine

£600-800

Ireland, James I (1603-25), first coinage, 1603-04, Shilling, 4.49g, m.m. bell, first bust right, rev. crowned harp (S.6512), weak on bust, good fine, second coinage, 1604-07, Sixpence, 2.04g, m.m. rose, first bust, rev. crowned harp (S.6517), about fine (2)

£80-120

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772

772

773

774

775

773

Ireland, James I, second coinage, 1604-07, Shilling, 4.11g, m.m. rose, third bust, rev. crowned harp (S.6515), crease, nearly very fine

£100-150

Ireland, Charles I (1625-49), coinages of the Lord’s Justices, ‘Ormonde money’ issues, 164344, Halfcrown, 14.79g, crowned CR, letter R with ornate tail, rev. value (S.6545; DF.292), good very fine

£700-900

Ireland, James II (1685-91), Civil War coinages, 1689-91, ‘gunmoney issues,’ Crown, 1690, horseman left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (S.6578; DF.366), good fine, Halfcrown, large flan, April 1690, laureate draped bust left, rev. crown over sceptres (S.6579N; DF.393), fine (2)

£80-100

Ireland, George I (1714-27), Wood’s Halfpenny, 1723 (S.6601), about fine, along with George II, Halfpennies (2), George III (3) Halfpenny, 1781, Farthings (2), these fair - about fine (6)

£40-50

A COLLECTION OF MEDALS AND BADGES RELATING TO THE CHARLES I AND THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR

776 776 (x1.5)

776

Charles I coronation, 1626, silver uniface embossed plate, 26 mm., by Nicholas Briot, armoured bust right wearing ruff and with riband for medal, N B F below, rev. incuse bust (MI, I, 243, 11, plate XX, 2), small indentation in front of king’ face, good very fine, rare This piece, of rough work, is thought to have been hurriedly executed for distribution to be worn by spectators at the coronation of Charles I. PROVENANCE: Spink auction 107, 22 November 1994, lot 177 (part)

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777 778

777

778

Charles I, Birth of Charles, Prince of Wales, 1630, silver medal, unsigned (artist unknown), 30mm., HACTENVS. ANGLORVM. NVLLI., four cruciform shields of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, rev. five line inscription in a tablet, HONOR’. PRIN’. MAG’. BRIT’. FRA’. ET. HIB’. NAT’. 29. MAI’. ANN’. 1630. (E.115; Farquhar 1908/184; MI, I, 253, 34, plate XX, 15; Van Loon II, 188), toned, good extremely fine

£120-160

Charles I, return to London 1633, cast and chased silver medal, unsigned (by Nicholas Briot), 41.5mm., CAROLVA AVGVSTISS’. ET INVICTISS’. MAG’. BRIT’. FRAN’. ET HIB’. MONARCHA, king on horseback left, holding sceptre in right hand, Eye of Providence above, plumed helmet on flowery ground below, :1633: below, rev. SOL ORBEM RADIANS SIC REX ILLVMINAT URBEM, view of the city of London, sun above, a small e to the left of the sun (CP.20/4; E.124; MI, I, 266, 62), a few light marks in fields, even grey tone, good very fine

£500-600

This medal was struck by Briot in Edinburgh.

779

779

Charles I, Anglo-Dutch Fishing Treaty, 1636, cast bronze medal, 55 mm., by Heinrich Reitz, conjoined busts of Charles I, armoured and draped, three-quarters right, with Henrietta Maria, right, CAR.ET.MAR.D.G.ANGL.FRANC.ET. HIBER RR, rev. IVSTITIA ET PAX OSCVLATAE SVNT PSAL 84, seated figures of Justice and Peace, embracing, two infant genii in attendance (MI, I, 279, 84; Eimer 128b), coarsely cast, very fine, extremely rare in bronze

£300-500

This medal usually occurs in silver but MI notes an example in bronze in the Bodleian. The Anglo Dutch Fishing Treaty of 1636 allowed the Dutch to fish in British seas in return for a payment of £30,000. Following the Treaty a fleet was deployed to clear the seas of pirates.

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Charles I, Robert Devereaux, Earl of Essex, cast and chased silver military reward badge, 1642, armoured facing bust of Essex, wearing plain collar, scarf across body, rev. oval garnished shield of Essex, coronet above (MI, I, 298, 117 and plate XXVI, 4), mark to left of bust, very fine, rare

781

781

781 (x1.5)

Charles I, Robert Devereaux, Earl of Essex, cast and chased silver gilt military reward badge, 1642, half length figure of the Earl of Essex almost full face, in armour and holding sword to left, SX over head, legend around in two bands, outer band, SHOULD HEAR BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT FOR THE TRUE RELIGION AND SUBIECTS FREDOM STAND, inner legend, PRO.RELIGIONE.LEGE.REGE. ET PARLIAMENTO, the two houses of parliament with the king and speaker, wreath border both sides, suspension loops (MI, 295, 113, plate XXVI, 10; Eimer 140a), light scratches in fields, very fine PROVENANCE: Bt. Baldwin, May 1996

Robert Devereaux, the eldest son of Elizabeth I’s favourite (executed 1602), was born in 1591. Having successfully commanded forces in the Netherlands he was appointed as Commander in Chief of the Parliamentary forces when the Civil War broke out. He was relieved of his command in 1645 and died in 1646. These badges are thought to have been issued to persons of various ranks who served under his command.

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782 782 (x1.5) 782

Charles I, Sir Thomas Fairfax, oval cast and chased gold military reward, 1645, by T. Simon, armoured bust left of Sir Thomas Fairfax with plain collar and mantle fastened on left shoulder, rev. MERVISTI, legend around, POST.HAC.MELIORA.1645., suspension loop (MI, I, 318,151 and plate XXVII, 14; Eimer 146b), very fine, rare

£2,500-3,000

This Military reward was bestowed by Parliament and the City of London on those who served with Fairfax at the battles of Marston Moor in 1644 and Naseby in 1645. Examples in gold are thought to have been awarded to senior officers.

783 783

Charles I, death of Charles I, 1649, cast and chased silver memorial medal, probably by Rawlins, armoured bust of Charles I left with long hair, falling lace collar, lion’s head on shoulder, SVCCESSOR VERVS VTRIVSQVE, rev. + INEXPVRGNABILIS 1648, hammer striking diamond on an anvil, suspension loop (MI I, 341, 189), toned, extremely fine, very rare

£1,000-1,300

784 784

Charles I, silver memorial medal, 1649, unsigned (by John Roettier?), 34.5mm., CAROL. and cuirassed bust right, rev. VIRTVT. EX. ME. holding a celestial crown, above a landscape with sheep (E.162b var.; Farquhar 1908/199; MI.I, 347, 201. Eimer 162b), a few light marks, good very fine

D.G.M.B.F.ET.H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM., draped FORTVNAM. EX. ALIJS. hand issuing from cloud

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785

Charles I, uniface silver memorial plaque by Norbert Roettiers, c.1702, 95 mm. x 76 mm., armoured, draped bust of Charles I right, CAROLUS. D:G: MAG: BRIT: FRA: ET: HIB: EX. GLORIA. MEMO: OBIT IA 30 1648 AETAT.49 (MI I, 347, 202), mounted in an oval dark wooden frame, some light scratches, extremely fine Struck on a very thin piece of silver, this plaque was probably intended to be framed or inlaid into a piece of furniture. It is one of a series featuring British monarchs from Charles I to William III and dates from the start of the reign of Anne.

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786 786

Charles I and Henrietta Maria, Royalist badge by Thomas Rawlins, silver gilt, cast and chased, bust right with falling lace collar and close buttoned doublet, CAROLVS.DG.MAG-BRI-FR. ET. HIB RX, rev. +HENRETTA.MARIA.D.G.MAG.BRITAN.FRAN.ET.HIB.REG, small lis preceding legend, bust of Henrietta Maria left, hair flat on top, and drawn through small coronet, with pearl necklace and pendant, figured bodice, T.RAWLINS below, suspension loops (MI, I, 354, 215; Eimer 169), small edge crack, very fine, rare

£600-700

787 787

Charles I and Henrietta Maria, Royalist badge, by Thomas Rawlins, silver gilt, cast and chased, crowned bust right with falling lace collar, ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter, CAROLVS.D.G.MAG.BRITAN.FRAN.ET.HIB.REX.FI.D, rev. +HENRETTA.MARIA.D.G.MAG. BRITAN.FRAN.ET.HIB.REG, small lis preceding legend, bust of Henrietta Maria left, hair flat on top, and drawn through small coronet, with pearl necklace and pendant, figured bodice, T.RAWLINS.F below, wreath border, suspension loop (MI, I, 355, 216; Eimer 166a), good very fine, rare

£1,000-1,200

788 788

Charles I and Henrietta Maria, Royalist badge, by Thomas Rawlins, silver gilt, cast and chased, armoured crowned bust right, lion’s head on right shoulder, medal suspended on riband, scarf across left shoulder, CAROLVS D.G.REX, Garter motto incuse around, rev. HENRETTA.MARIA.DG.REG, bust of Henrietta Maria left, hair flat on top, and drawn through small coronet, with pearl necklace and pendant, figured bodice, suspension loop (MI, I, 355, 217), crack below suspension loop, very fine, extremely rare

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789 789 (x1.5) 789

Charles I and Henrietta Maria, Royalist badge, by Thomas Rawlins, silver, oval cast and chased, laureate, draped and armoured bust left, lion’s head on right shoulder, medal suspended on riband, scarf across left shoulder, rev. bust of Henrietta Maria left, hair flat on top, and drawn through small coronet, with pearl necklace and pendant, figured bodice, suspension loops (MI, I, 355, 218; Eimer 170b), polished, nearly very fine

£300-400

790 (pearl not shown) 790

Charles I, silver gilt oval cast and chased Royalist badge, bust of Charles I right, falling lace collar, close buttoned doublet, CAROLVS.DG.MAG-BRI-FR.ET.HIB.RX, rev. crowned royal arms within Garter, wreath border, supension loop above, and below with fresh water pearl suspended (MI, I, 360, 231; Eimer 167a), test mark behind head, good very fine

£1,000-1,400

791 791

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Charles I, oval cast and chased silver gilt Royalist badge, crowned bust of Charles I right, falling lace collar, ermine robes, collar and order of St George, CAROLVS.D.G. MAG.BRITAN.FRAN.ET.HIB.REX.FI.D., rev. crowned royal arms within Garter, suspension loops (MI, I, 360, 232; Eimer 168b), full gilt, good very fine, rare

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792 792 (x1.5)

792

Charles I, silver gilt oval cast and chased Royalist badge, bare head left of Charles I, long hair, falling lace collar, rev. crowned royal arms within Garter, engrailed border, suspension loop (MI, I, 361, 235; Eimer 173), very fine

ÂŁ250-350

PROVENANCE: Bt. Spink, May 1995

793

793 (x1.5)

793

Commonwealth, trial and acquittal of John Lilburne, 1649, oval struck silver medal, by ?Thomas Simon, bust of John Lilburne left, with plain falling lace collar and drapery around bust, JOHN LILBORNE, star after JOHN, rev. OCTOBER.26.1649., arms of Lilburne, without suspension loop (MI, I, 386, 4, plate XXXIV, 22; Eimer 178), lightly toned, good very fine, rare

ÂŁ300-400

John Lilburne was a radical whose 1649 trial was a key event in the so called Leveller movement of that year. This arose from the growth of radical political ideals within the Parliamentary army following the execution of Charles I on January 30 1649. Lilburne was one of the leaders of this movement which challenged the power of the army and the new Commonwealth leading to his being charged with high treason for libelling Cromwell and Ireton. His acquittal was a popular event and this medal was struck to celebrate it. Lilburne died in 1657 and his funeral was attended by four thousand people.

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794

794 (x1.5) 794

Charles II, cast and chased silver Royalist badge, armoured bust of young Charles II half left, with plain collar and medal on chain, lion’s head on shoulders, CAROLVS SECVNDVS above, rev. royal arms within Garter, crown above dividing CR, suspension loops (MI 1, 439, 6, plate XL, 11; Eimer 206), extremely fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Baldwin auction 1, 4 May 1994, lot 43 795

HAWKINS E AND FRANKS AW, Medallic Illustrations of the History of Great Britain and Ireland, 2 vols, reprinted by Spink 1978, minor wear to covers, otherwise good condition with GRUEBER HA, Medallic Illustrations of the History of Great Britain and Ireland, Folio volume of plates, re-printed by Seaby, 1979, with dust jacket, this frayed, otherwise pleasing condition (3)

£120-150

A GOLD POSIE RING c.1480-1520

796 796

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Gold posie ring, 3.85g, French workshop, c.1480-1520, gold band with floral scrolls, inscribed in old French in gothic lettering on inside and within two lines on outside, inscription suggests it was a gift to a friend to remember a friendship, wearable, with little sign of wear, extremely fine

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797 797

798*

799

James II, Coronation 1685, silver medal by J Roettier, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. hand holding crown above wreath, 34mm. (E.273; MI 605,5; Wollaston 6), very fine

£250-350

Kings and Queens of England (35), thirty four bronze medals by Dassier, a complete set, including the medals of Cromwell and Queen Caroline, but lacking the Dedication Medal, with in its place a similar bronze medal of George III by J Marrian, 41mm. (BHM.997), a few with minor spotting, extremely fine, in modern fitted wooden case (35)

£1,200-1,500

No lot

800

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801

Newmarket, two engraved silver passes for the Newmarket Racecourse (c.1830-60), both engraved on the obverse with a view of the Main Stand, both named on the reverse in engraved script ‘Willm. Burton Esq.’ with large letter M engraved on one and W on the other, 39mm. (cf. Montague 1233), extremely fine, rare (2)

£800-1,000

A group of approx. 55 medals and uniface trials and ‘squeezes’, mostly in lead, and a large quantity of die-sinkers punches (many hundreds), from the workshop of the late Isaac Greenstein, die-sinker to the firm of John Pinches, the medals mostly prize medals, Royal Academy of Music, Hamstead Garden Suburb Horticultural Society, Inter Service Sport, Bengal Presidency Rifle Association, Royal Army Ordnance Corps Rifle Association, the lead medals including the Stanley Melville Medal, Sherborne School Prize Medal, The National Rose Society, and the uniface lead trials including The Mackeson Trophy, The Life Saving Association of South Africa, The James Smart Lecture, The Seal of the Rural District Council of South Westmorland, the steel punches in many sizes, all contained in a wooden tool box, the medals generally in extremely fine condition, an interesting (but very heavy) group of items from a die sinker’s workshop, offered with a copy of John Pinches Collectors Journal Summer 1974, which contains an article about Isaac Greenstein, the purchaser should make special arrangements for the collection of this lot (lot)

£150-250

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Bedfordshire, Biggleswade, Thomas Tompkins; Dunstable, Daniell Fossey, 1⁄ 2d. 1668 greyhound with hare in mouth, pipes above, tobacco roll below); Potton, Hugh Conny, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 - three rabbits (BW.25, 39, 80); Buckinghamshire, Stony Stratford, Christoph. Clifton (BW.124), nearly fine to good fine, last rare and not represented in the Norweb collection (4)

£60-80

Berkshire, Abingdon, and Highworth (Wilts.), Tho. Hartwell, 1⁄ 2d.; Blewbury, George Stanton, 1665; Hagbourne, Thomas Humfrey; Reading, James Blunt AT BLACK [horse], 1666, Frances Brown, BAKER, Henry Head, 1652, Daniell Martin, GARDNER, 1653, Thomas Phipps, 1652, William Taylor, 1658, Henry Whitell, 1656 - woman making cheese (BW.6, 14, 30, 67, 70, 87, 99, 104, 118, 122), fair to good fine, BW.67 pierced, this very rare, BW.6 rare (10)

£120-150

804 x804

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805

Berkshire, Faringdon, Thomas Shepard, [16]68 - bell, Symon Turner, MERCER, 1667 - Mercers’ arms (BW.27, 29), fine to good fine, lightly pitted surfaces, extremely rare (2)

£100-120

Berkshire, Newbury, Borough, 1657 (2, diff. dies); Wallingford, Anthony Boulter, 1664, John Buckland, Jon Goodwin, DRAPER - Family arms, Ann Hall - arms: two chevrons, William Polhampton, 1⁄ 2d. 1668, Thomas Rusden; Wantage, William Masmore, 1653 (2, diff. rev. dies) (BW.52, 54, 131, 132, 135, 136, 139, 141, 154 (2), fair to nearly very fine (10)

£100-120

806 x806

Berkshire, Reading, Mary Blower, 1652 - Grocers’ arms, William James, 1664 - castle, Richard Stockwell, 1656 - Salters’ arms (BW.66, 88, 115), very fine (3) PROVENANCE: BW.115 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 7 (part)

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808

Cambridgeshire, Cambridge, John Bird, 1667 - Merchant Taylors’ arms, Joseph Heath, 1666 - Family arms, Thomas Powell, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 (2, same dies, one with wife’s initial I - probably in error, the other with E cancelling the I); Ely, John Gayer, NER WITCHFORD, William Tuckinton, CHANDLER, Will. Turkinton, 1661, William Wagstafe, MERCER - Fishmongers’ arms; Linton, John Bittin, 1657 - griffin; Whittlesey, Robert Ives - comb; Wisbech, John Finch (BW.16, 52, D.72A, BW.72, 107, 120, 121, 12, 142, 195, 207), fine to very fine, D.72A rare and not represented in the Norweb collection (11)

£150-180

Cumberland, Cockermouth, [Corporation], A. B., [16]64, I AM FOR A PVBLIQVE GOOD (BW.2); Leicestershire, Leicester, John Pares, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 (BW.48); Nottinghamshire, Mansfield, William Hurst, CARIER, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 - packhorse; Nottingham, Borough Chamberlains, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - Town arms, Thomas Burrowes, [1⁄ 2d.] - burr above rose (BW.15, 51, 58); Rutland, Oakham, Rich. Matthew and John Potterill, 1⁄ 2d. - Powtrill family arms (BW.8), first very fine, second mediocre/fair, the others fair to nearly very fine (6)

£100-120

PROVENANCE: BW. Notts. 58 ex Norweb (3528b)

809 x809

810

Devon, Axminster, [Town?], T. W. - pot of flowers; Cullompton, Walter Challs, 1651; Exeter, William Johns AT THE SVNN; Honiton, John Hall, 1667, Richard Northcot, MERCER, 1660; Ottery St Mary, Thomas Osmond - double-headed eagle (BW.10, 49, 124, 182, 186, 235), last nearly very fine, the others fair to good fine (6)

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

BW.235 ex Norweb (751) x810

Devon, Exeter, W. W. AT THE MAIREMAID, 1666 - mermaid with mirror and comb; Hartland, Mary Mountjoy, 1667 - bust of Virgin (BW.165, D.172A; Norweb 703, 711, the doubtful readings of which the present examples confirm), first nearly extremely fine, perhaps ex River Thames, second good fine, both rare (2)

£120-150

811 x811

Devon, Okehampton, John Shebber; Plymouth, Joachim Gevers, 1656; Tiverton, Thomas Fowler, 1652, Aquila Skinner, 1651, John Upcott, 1657; Uplyme, John Lidon, 1667 - mop (BW.224, 251, 320, 330, 332, 367), nearly fine to very fine, BW.224 very rare, BW.332 rare (6)

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Devon, Plymouth, Richard Hamlyn, 1659 - bunch of grapes and vine leaf with tendril, William Reepe, 1666 (BW.253, 270), BW.253 very fine, toned, a little pitted, extremely rare and not represented in the Norweb collection; BW.270 nearly extremely fine, extremely rare thus (2)

£140-180

PROVENANCE: BW.270 ex Norweb (764)

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Dorset, Blandford Forum, Borough, 1669, FOR THE VSE OF YE POORE, John Paige, 1656; Dorchester, [Borough], H[ospital], 1669 - Royal arms on castle, Thomas Hall, 1656; Poole, Town and county, FOR THE MAIOR, 1667 - town arms; Sherborne, [the Subscribers], 1669, FOR 1 THE POOR - mitre; Weymouth, James Budd, ⁄ 2 d. 1666, Francis Reed (BW.9, 20, 53, 70, 108, 155, 198, 202), nearly fine to good fine (8)

£80-100

814 x814

Essex, Bocking, Thomas Merill, 1⁄ 2d. 1667; Braintree, William Martin - tobacco pipes crossed; Colchester, William Ferris, 1665, Andr. Formantel junior, 1662, Abra. Langley junr, BAY MAKR, 1667, Elias Moortier, Thomas Renolds, BAYMAKER; Castle Hedingham, Clement Pask; Great Clacton, Will. Anger, 1654 - unicorn; Pebmarsh, William Sewell, 1667; Saffron Walden, William Wildman, 1656 - two fishes (BW.29, 37, 114, 115, 128, 137, 143, 206, 241, 247, 282), nearly fine to nearly very fine (11)

£120-150

815 x815

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Gloucestershire, Bristol, C[ity], 1652, 1662 (2, one signed R for Ramage) - ship issuing from castle; Cirencester, [Borough], 1668 - phoenix in flames, Anthony Chance, MERCER, William Constable, 1⁄ 2d. 1668, Edmund Freeman, 1655, Elizabeth Kemble, 1657, Bryan Mylls, 1657 (2, diff. dies), Jo. Nelmes, GROCER, 1668, Rebekuh Osborne, Thomas Osborne, Caleb Selfe, 1666, Isaac Small, [1⁄ 2d.] - merchant’s mark, Edward Tayler (BW.12, 18, 19, 44, 46, 47, 55, 56, 57 (2), 58, 60, 61, 65, 66, 67), fair to nearly very fine (16)

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Gloucestershire, Chipping Campden, Valentin Smith, 1651; Cheltenham, Edward Johnson, John Mason, MERCER, 1⁄ 2d. 1667; Dursley, William Partridge, MERCER - bird, Samuell Simons, 1667, Obediah Webb, MERCER; Gloucester, C[ity], Luke Nourse, MAIOR, 1657, and unnamed, 1669 - City arms; Gloucester Shire [i.e. Dudstone and King’s Barton?] hundred, T. L., 1669; Minchinhampton, T. C.; Tetbury, Borough, 1669 - arms: two dolphins; Tewkesbury, Samuell Smyth, 1⁄ 2d. 1666; Thornbury, [Borough], 1670 - cart-wheel hub and Stafford knot; Wickwar, George Hoart, 1669; Wotton under Edge, [Borough], THE MAIOR AND ALDERMEN, 1669 (BW.30, 39, 40, 71, 72, 74, 77 var. with initial G inverted, 81, 104, 106, 163, 201, 206, 207, 222), fair to nearly very fine, BW.77 variety rare (15)

£150-200

Hampshire, Andover, [Borough], 1⁄ 2d. 1666, and 1⁄ 4d. 1666, FOR YE POORES BENEFIT – cripple, rev. tree and lion, William Waller, 1665; Basingstoke, Barnard Reve - angel holding scroll (2, diff. dies); Lymington, Bartholomew Bulkly; Newport (Isle of Wight), Joseph Foster, 1⁄ 2d. 1669, Anthony Maynard - Apothecaries’ arms (part) (BW.13, 14, 30, 38 (2), 88, 102, 110), nearly fine to good fine, BW.102 very rare (8)

£120-140

818 x818

817

819

Hampshire, Romsey, William Knight; Southampton, Corporation - County Borough arms; Winchester, C[ity], 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - City arms, William Butler, 1657, Robert Michill, William Over AT YE EAST GATE, Nicholas Purdue, William Tayler (BW.175, 185, 211, 214, 222, 224, 226, 230), fine to very fine (8)

£120-140

PROVENANCE: BW.214 ex Gerson (Part 3), Spink Auction 62, 19 November 1987, lot 541 (part); BW.222 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 46 (part)

x819

Hertfordshire, Baldock, John Godfreye, GROCER, 1652, Edward Highly, 1652, John Izard, Will. Warre, GROCER; Bishop’s Stortford, Frances Mathus (male) (2, one with obv. initials, the other obv. rose); Hatfield, Robert Barnard AT THE GEORGE, 1⁄ 2 d. 1666; St Albans, Edward Camfield, 1656 (BW.7, 8, 9, 16, 50, 51, 85, 172), nearly fine to very fine, BW. 51 rare (8)

£130-160

PROVENANCE: BW. 8, 9, 16, 50, 51 and 85 ex Norweb (2099, 2101, 2107b, 2137a, 2139, 2186a)

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821

Huntingdonshire, Great Catworth, John Talbott, 1⁄ 2d. 1668; Eynesbury, and Potton (Beds.), Andrew Selby, 1⁄ 2d. 1668; Huntingdon, Robert Rabie, DRAPER, 1653; Kimbolton, Josiah King, 1656; Ramsey, William Sharpe, 1⁄ 2d. 1666; St Ives, Edward Hallsey, 1663 - Salters’ arms, William and Job Perret (BW.3, 7, 19, 20, 31, 40, 46), reverse of BW.20 mediocre, this very rare and not represented in the Norweb collection, the others fair to good fine (7)

£80-100

PROVENANCE: BW.3 ex Norweb (2314)

x821

Kent, Ashford, Samuell Wood, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 - Saracen’s head; Canterbury, John Cardon, 1656, Thomas Jenings, GROCER, Walter Maplisden; Chilham, John Coleman, 1⁄ 2d. 1664 - arms: chevron between three fleurs-de-lis; Deal, James Coston, 1653; Dover, [Borough], [16]68 - St Martin dividing coat with beggar, rev. Cinque Port arms, D. N. AT THE FRENCH ARMES, Will. Wellard AT 1 THE COCK – rose; Faversham, Francis Waterman; Gravesend, Robert Day, SHOPKEPER, ⁄ 2 d. 1667 - scissors, John Watson, 1653 - arrow piercing heart (BW.18, 47, 61, 65, 112, 148, 199, 224, 239, 277, 295, 308), fair to very fine, BW.295 rare (12)

£120-150

823 822 x822

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Kent, Greenwich, E. B. AT THE GEORGE, George Saxbee, 1650; Maidstone, Richard Walker, GROCER, 1658, Richard Wicking, GROCER; Milton next Sittingbourne, Willam Bissy, MERCER - Grocers’ arms; Ramsgate, Richard Langley, 1657, Clement March, 1658 - cheese-knife; Rochester, Anthonye Lovell AT THE KINGS HEAD; Smarden, Thomas Hinckly, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - gate; Wingham, John Solley; Wye, John Coulter, GROCER, 1652 (BW.315, 335, 389, 397, 430, 452, 453, 470, 528, 569, 583), fair to nearly very fine, BW.470 very rare, BW.528 pierced, as often with this issue (11)

£100-130

Lincolnshire, Boston, [Borough], the Overseers, 1⁄ 2d. - Town arms, rev. ram on woolpack; Gainsborough, Samuell Parker, MERCER, 1⁄ 2d. 1666; Grantham, [Borough], the Overseers of the Poor, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 - Borough arms; Kirton in Lindsey, Eustace Hooker, 1⁄ 2d. 1665; Lincoln, John Osgodbey, 1⁄ 2d.; Stamford, [Borough], the Overseers, 1⁄ 2d. - Borough arms (BW.15, 91, 96, 135, 159, 235), BW.91 very fine, very rare and not represented in the Norweb collection; the others nearly fine to good fine (6)

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825

London (City), Aldgate without, Robert Ward; Basinghall Street, Rich. Lem, NAGS HED; T. M. AT THE GEORGE; Billingsgate, R. C. AT THE QVEENS HEAD, Rob. Cash, 1663; Billiter Lane, William Wickins, 1657; Bishopsgate Street, I. M. AT THE ACORNE - acorn; Boss Alley, W. R. AT THE 3 MARRINRS, 1653; Bow Lane, Bartholomew Hill, John Wolrich AT THE COK, 1652 (BW.101, 136, 137, 197, 198, 212, 243, 370, 380, 386), fair to nearly very fine, BW.198 and 380 rare, BW.101 very rare, BW.136 extremely rare (10)

£180-220

London (City), Broken Wharf, Hugh Andrus, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 - shears; Cheapside, J[ohn] H[eath] against the great condvit, Edward Jarvis AT THE GEORG, [1d.] - St George and dragon, rev. name in monogram; Cloak Lane, I. B. AT THE WILLOW TREE; Curriers’ Alley, I. W. AT THE BIRD IN 1 HAND; Fetter Lane, William Burman, Robert Redway AT YE LION, ⁄ 2 d., Robert Tothaker, MEALMAN, 1657; Fleet Bridge, W[illiam] B[ellamy] AT THE ROSE TAVERN, 1649; Gracechurch Street, L. Cashe AT THE BORS HEAD, I. F., THE RED LYON, 1650 (BW.436, 583, 585, 671, 817, 1003, 1019, 1024, 1045, 1197, 1201), two last very fine with slight surface pitting, the others fair to good fine; BW.1024 rare, BW.1003 very rare (11)

£200-250

PROVENANCE: BW.436 ex Wetton, Spink Auction 74, 29 November 1989, lot 152 (part)

826 x826

London (City), Broken Wharf, Will. Dod AT YE WHITE LYON, [1⁄ 2d.] - lion; Cannon Street, 1 T. E., THE WHIT LYON TAVERN - lion; London Stone neighbourhood, William Burges, ⁄ 2 d. 1667 - Coopers’ arms (BW.438, 463, 461), nearly fine to fine, BW.438 better but with some corrosion, this and BW.461 extremely rare, BW.463 very rare; BW. 438 and 463 not represented in the Norweb collection (3)

£120-150

PROVENANCE: All ex Wetton, Spink Auction 74, 29 November 1989, lot 152 (part)

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London (City), Creechurch Lane, Edward Shrawley AT YE CROWN, 1d. 1669; Guildhall Gate, Robert Peete, 1⁄ 2d. 1669; Holborn (street), T. S. AT THE FLEECE TAVERN, 1651, William Whetston, 1653 - black boy with pipe and tobacco roll (2, diff. rev. dies); Holborn Bridge neighbourhood, I. K. AT THE RAVEN; T[homas] P[argiter] AT THE GOVLDEN FAIKEN; Houndsditch, William Acton AT YE [ball], 1664, rev. scissors, Phillip Jemmet, GOLDEN COCK; Lawrence Lane, I. S. AT THE CROSE KEYES; Leadenhall Market, AT THE GOLDEN HART, A SOPE SHOP – heart (BW.783, 1299, 1457, 1482 (2), 1428, 1445, 1505, 1517, 1640, 1702), fair to nearly very fine, BW.1428 very rare, BW.1299 extremely rare (11)

£200-250

PROVENANCE: All except BW.783, 1299 and 1640 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lots 111 (part) and 113 (part)

828 x828

London (City), Fleet Street, I. P. AT THE IERVSALEM – city view; New Fish Street, F. M., THE - double-headed eagle; Old Change, Edward Chipp, [16]59 - griffin segreant (BW.1090, 2013, 2128 but griffin not dragon), very fine, toned, last probably ex river Thames, this and BW.2013 extremely rare and not represented in the Norweb collection, BW.1090 very rare (3)

BLACK SPRED EAGLE

£140-180

829 x829

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London (City), Little St Bartholomew, S. I., THE COCKE, 1652; Old Change, Edward Andrewes, N. B. AT THE WILLOW TREE; Pudding Lane, B[rian] A[ppleby] AT YE MAYDENHEADE, 1657; Puddle Dock, Tho. Baker AT THE [Prince of Wales’s feathers], [1⁄ 2d.] 1659; Queenhithe, B[artholomew] F[ish] AT THE NOBLE GARTER - three fishes, Barthollomew Fish, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 - three fishes; Queen Street, John Cannon, [1⁄ 2d.] - bust of Queen Catherine; (West) Smithfield, Tho. Alldridge AT THE CATORN WHEEL, 1⁄ 2d. - Catherine wheel, James Byard AT THE 3 [sugarloaves], 1⁄ 2d. 1666; Smithfield Bars, Robert Curtis, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 (BW.1738, 2125, 2127, 2283, 2287, 2301, 2303, 2315, 2839, 2846, 2891), fair to good fine, BW.2125 and 2315 rare, BW.2301 extremely rare (11)

£180-220

PROVENANCE: BW.2287 to 2315 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 125 (part)

831 x831

832

London (City), St Dunstan’s Hill, Anthony Parslou; Snow Hill, Tho. Hitchcock AT STARR; (Little) Somers Quay, John Simmons, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 - still, fire beneath; Sweeting’s Rents, Tho. Chubbe, COOKE; Thames Street, Roger Baynes, GOLDEN [horseshoe], John Jones AT DIERS HAL, 1 ⁄ 2d. 1666, F. R., THE LYON AND KEY, 1651; Tower Street, Richard Finch, T. M., THE WHITELYON 1 TAVERNE; Whitecross Street, John Harrison - boot; Waterman’s Lane, Isaac Gurden, [ ⁄ 2 d.] (BW.2479, 2905, 2919, 3028, 3081, 3106, 3118, 3211, 3215, 3454, 3477), fair to nearly very fine, BW.3211 rare, BW.2905, 3028, 3215, 3454 and 3477 very rare (11)

£200-250

PROVENANCE: BW.2905 and 3118 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 131 (part)

x832

London (City), St Mary at Hill, Thomas Hunte AT YE [Salter’s arms]; (West) Smithfield, Samuell Graves, 1657 - St George and dragon; Water Lane, Robert Brett AT THE CROWN, [1⁄ 2d.] - crown (BW.2688, 2857, 3364), nearly very fine or better, all patinated, the first two probably ex river Thames, extremely rare, the last very rare; none represented in the Norweb collection (3)

£140-180

PROVENANCE: BW.2857 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 131 (part)

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834 x833

x834

Middlesex, former Borough of Finsbury area, Charterhouse Lane, Richard Bennion AT THE [three horses], 1⁄ 2d., Dudley Meares, wife’s initial I - bell (BW.557, 567 var. - cf. Norweb 7872), first nearly fine to fine, slightly bent, small areas of verdigris either side, second very fine but with light pitting, probably ex river Thames; both extremely rare, neither represented in the Norweb collection (2)

£100-120

Middlesex, former Borough of Finsbury area, Chiswell Street, John Thomlinson AT THE [Robin Hood and Little John], 1⁄ 2d. 1667; Old Street, John Fullerton [and] John Sandsbury, 1⁄ 2d. - anchor, rev. chequers, Tho. Welles [and] Fra. Leonard, THE BELL, [1⁄ 2d.]; Turnmill Street, Simon Cooke, 1651; former Borough of Shoreditch area, Shoreditch (street), S. P., THE ROSE AND CROWNE, 1652 (BW.630, 2160, 2171, 3245, 2827), fair to good fine, BW.3245 rare (5)

£120-140

PROVENANCE: BW.630 and 2827 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lots 141 (part) and 170 (part)

836

835 x835

Middlesex, former Borough of Holborn area, Boswell Court, Elinor Seaward, 1657; Chancery Lane, I. C. AT THE HORNS - antlers; Gray’s Inn Lane, Thomas Hodghes, 1⁄ 2d. - fleurde-lis (BW.371, 495, 1251), fair to fine, first very rare, the only issue for this location, the others extremely rare; none represented in the Norweb collection (3)

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

BW.495 and 1251 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lots 139 (part) and 149 (part) x836

Middlesex, former Borough of Holborn area, Chancery Lane, George Daphin Att the Coffee House, [1⁄ 2d.] - bust of Turk (BW.497), fair/fine, extremely rare, not represented in the Norweb collection PROVENANCE: Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 139

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837 x837

Middlesex, former Borough of Holborn area, Chancery Lane, R[ichard] H[illiard], THE SIONS 1 HEAD TAVERN - head of St John the Baptist in oval dish, Thomas Newsam, ⁄ 2 d. 1666; Gray’s Inn Lane, T. H., THE C[astle] TAVERNE, Robert Kemble, BAKER AT THE STARR, 1⁄ 2d. 1667, Humphrey Wigan, 1⁄ 2d. 1663 - harrow; High Holborn, A. C. AT THE SVN TAVERN, [1⁄ 2d.], Tho. Pigett AT THE GOVLDEN [griffin] TAVERN; St Giles in the Fields, I. H., THE TALLOW CHANDLER (BW.500, 516, 1249, 1252, 1255, 1383, 1449, 2493), fair to good fine, BW.1255 and 1449 rare, BW.516 extremely rare (8)

£150-180

PROVENANCE: BW.1252 to 1449 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lots 149 (part) and 152 (part)

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Middlesex, former Borough of Stepney area, East Smithfield, John Dennett, 1⁄ 2d., H. G. AT THE SVGER LOFE, J[ohn] Hutton [and] G. Jerard, crescent moon and stick of candles, rev. wheatsheaf, R. M. AT THE YARNE SHOPP, R. T. AT THE OLD PRINS – bust, W. T., THE TALLO CHANLER, Richard Thomas, BROKER, 1⁄ 2d., J[ohn] W[idnes], THE BVLL HEAD TAVERNE, I. W. AT THE LYNN TOWNE (BW.916, 920, 929, 936, 949, 950, 951, 954, 955), obverse of BW.955 mediocre, otherwise fair to good fine, BW.954 rare, BW.936 and 950 very rare, BW.920, 951 and 955 extremely rare, last not represented in the Norweb collection (9)

£150-200

PROVENANCE: BW.936 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 147 (part); BW.949 to 955 ex Wetton Spink Auction 74, 29 November 1989, lot 176 (part)

839 x839

Middlesex, former Borough of Stepney area, Little Tower Hill, Thomas Parker, 1⁄ 2d. - Coopers’ arms; New Gravel Lane, Matthew Brigges, T. H. AT THE SVGER LOAFE, Ed. Measey, COMFIT 1 ⁄ 2 d. 1666; Old Gravel Lane, John Abbot - baluster measure; MAKER, St Katherine’s, Robert Aske, SALTER, William Butler, GROSER - two sugarloaves braced; White Horse Street, Thomas Railton, BAKER (BW.1750, 1220, 1223, 1224, 1215, 2591, 2597, 3497), fair to nearly very fine, BW.1220 rare, BW.1215 and 1224 very rare, BW.1223 and 1750 extremely rare, the last not represented in the Norweb collection (8)

£150-180

PROVENANCE: BW.1215 to 1224 and 1750 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lots 148 (part) and 153 (part)

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Middlesex, former Borough of Stepney area, Execution Dock, Henry Forman, BREWHOVSE, 1 ⁄ 2d. 1668, The Hermitage, W. A., KINGS HEAD TAVERNE; King Street, Wapping, G. B. AT THE DOLPHIN - dolphin; Tower Dock, T. K., THE BLEW ANKER; Wapping, T. Dry AT THE 3 SVGER LOAES, 1650 - three sugarloaves braced, W. Gaunt AT THE MAN IN THE MOVN, 1652 - man standing on crescent (2, diff. obv. dies), ROGER PRICE AT THE BLACK BOY - boy with pipe and tobacco roll (BW.3297, 1342, 1584, 3188, 3294, 3301 (2), 3331), fair to very fine, BW.3297 pierced (8)

£120-150

PROVENANCE: BW.3188 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 181 (part)

x841

Middlesex, former Borough of Westminster area, Bow Street, Rob. Goffe - vine; Drury Lane, T. Peeters - crown and anchor; Durham Yard, Gabrell Marden, 1659 - Family arms; George Yard, Will. Adkines, 1⁄ 2d. - bust of Queen Catherine; King Street, C. D., THE BELL TAVERN, Chishall Harman, WHIT [lion], 1⁄ 2d., Thomas Sherwood (?Wapping, not Westminster), William Watts, 1650 - three goats’ heads; White’s Alley, John Locke, 1⁄ 2d. (D.390A, BW.879, 899, 1145, 1598, 1603, 1618, 1625, 513), fair to good fine, BW.1618 rare, BW.1603 and 513 very rare, BW.879 and D.390A extremely rare, the last confirms all the doubtful letters of the Norweb specimen (8631) (9)

£150-180

842 x842

Middlesex, former Borough of Westminster area, Haymarket, John Crosbe, MEALEMAN; New Exchange, DANIELL CLARKE AT THE [dragon], 1⁄ 2d.; Round Court, Nicho. Cabkitt; Russell Street, John Hatten; The Savoy, H. T., THE ROSE AND CROWNE; Shire Lane, JOHN PARRETT AT 1 THE SWORD AND BVCKLER, ⁄ 2 d. 1667 - sword and buckler, E. REYNOLD AT THE [harp] AND THE [fox], 1 ⁄ 2d. 1666; Westminster Market Place, W. F. AT THE OLD MAN - bust of Maurice, Count of Nassau; The Woolstaple, William Frost - sword (BW.1334, 1997, 2423, 2433, 2748, 2781, 2782, 2532, 3538), reverse of BW.2423 mediocre, BW.2781 very fine, otherwise fair to nearly very fine, BW.1334 rare, BW.2748 very rare, BW.2423 and 3538 extremely rare (9) PROVENANCE:

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843 x843

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Middlesex, former Borough of Westminster area, New Exchange, Joseph Sylvester, 1 1 IRONMONGER, ⁄ 2 d. 1667 - frying-pan; The Strand, GEORGE CRAFTES AT THE SVN, ⁄ 2 d. 1666 - sun; Tothill Street, Robert Blackden - three birds (BW.2004, 2965, 3154), nearly fine to good fine, BW.3154 rare, the others extremely rare, none represented in the Norweb collection (3)

£100-120

Middlesex, former Borough of Westminster area, The Strand, THO. DAY, TALLOW CHANDLER, 1 ⁄ 2d. - leaved twig, JOHN PERRIS AT THE HARE, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 - hare; Temple Bar without, William 1 Lovinge AT THE [head of St John the Baptist in oval dish], ⁄ 2 d., W. S. AT THE SHIP, 1649; Tothill Street, W. A. AT THE HORES SHOW - horseshoe, Joane Bartlitt, white hart, R. F., THE CROWNE, John Harison AT THE BLACK LYON (BW. London 2969, 2999, 3056, 3066, 3152, 3153, 3161, 3165); Rural areas, New Brentford, John Moore, 1651 (BW. Middlesex 19), fair to nearly very fine, BW.3056 very rare (9)

£130-160

PROVENANCE: BW.3165 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 181 (part)

845 x845

x846

846

Norfolk, Downham Market, Will. Ray, 1666 - Mercers’ arms; Stoke Ferry, John Hubbard, GROCER - Grocers’ arms; Thetford, Francis Howlett, 1668 - woolpack (BW.29, 239, 256), very fine or nearly so, BW.29 slightly chipped (3)

£100-120

Norfolk, Hingham, William Rix, GROSER, 1659; King’s Lynn, N. W.; Norwich, Edward Buxton, 1653, Thomas Hanse, 1664, John Hutton, 1657 - triskelion, John Parker, 1665, Thomos Rayner, 1653, George Reeve, City, 1667 - City arms; Great Yarmouth, Borough, 1667, FOR THE VSE OF THE POOR - Borough arms (2, diff. dies), William Bateman, 1656 - merchant’s mark, rev. C sideways, strung, Benjamin Wallton, 1654 (BW.56, 102, 128, 150, 155, 179, 187, 190, 225, 285 (2), 298, 346), nearly fine to nearly very fine (13)

£120-150

PROVENANCE: BW.128 ex William Gilbert Collection

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848

Norfolk, Swaffham, Thomas Cannon, 1658 - Family arms, crest a cannon (BW.244), extremely fine, patinated, incomplete flan

£60-80

Northamptonshire, Aynho, Thomas Norris, 1⁄ 2d.; Northampton, John Labram IN THE 1 DRAPERE, I. S., BIRD STREETE; Peterborough, City, octagonal ⁄ 2 d., to be changed by the towne Bailife - two swords in saltire between four crosses, Richard Tompson, 1⁄ 2d. 1668; Wansford, George Boseman, 1663; Wellingborough, William Seer, 1655, John Worthington, 1 ⁄ 2d. 1668 (BW.2, 71, 80, 107, 138, 173, 176, 178), nearly fine to good fine (8)

£120-150

850

849 x849

Oxfordshire, Bampton, Simon Bassett, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - phoenix in flames, Walter Lardner, 1⁄ 2d., John Tull, 1656; Banbury, John Allington, APOTHECARY, 1⁄ 2d. 1666, George Robins, MERCER, 1⁄ 2d. 1669, Henry Smith, IRONMONGER, 1656, Mathew Smith, GARDNER, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - Fruiterers’ arms, Thomas Sutton AT THE RAINDEAR, 1⁄ 2d. 1666, James Wagstafe, 1651 (BW.3, 4, 5, 6, 16, 20, 21, 23, 26), fair to good fine (9)

£130-160

PROVENANCE: All except BW.20-23 ex Norweb (3564b, 3565b, 3566b, 3567b, 3576a, 3583b)

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Oxfordshire, Bicester, John Borrows, IRON MONGER, Thomas Burges, 1665 - Pewterers’ arms; Burford, Borough, 1669, Thomas Mathewes AT THE BEARE (2, diff. dies); Chipping Norton, Henry Fawler, 1⁄ 2d. 1669; Culham, John Wells AT THE HORS SHOOE; Deddington, Thomas Nutt, MERCER, 1653 (BW.37, 38, 46, 48 (2), 65, 77, 82), fair to nearly very fine, BW.65 cut down to an irregular rectangular shape (8)

£100-130

PROVENANCE: One BW.48 ex Norweb (3605)

851 x851

Oxfordshire, Dorchester, William Brock, William Brock and Robert Couldry; Finstock, Edward Gardner, 1666; Henley on Thames, Corporation, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - H crowned, rain from clouds above, William Robinson, FISHMONGER, 1⁄ 2d. 1668; Hook Norton, James Beale, MERCER, 1 ⁄ 2d. 1668, Richard Parckes, IREMONGER, 1⁄ 2d. 1666; North Leigh, William and Ann Mason, 1⁄ 2d. - WA within heart, M above (BW.83, 84, 88, 91, 100, 106, 107, D.110A), fair to nearly very fine, BW.91 pierced, BW.106 rare (8) PROVENANCE: BW.84, 88, 107 and D.110A ex Norweb (3633b, 3640b, 3660a, 3661b)

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853

Oxfordshire, Oxford, C[ity], THE MAYOR, 1652 - City arms (2, diff. dies), Edward Applebee, TALLOW CHANDLER, Tho. Applebee, MALLIA CADREENE - Family arms, John Betts, TAYLOR NEER EAST GATE, George Bishop, CVTLER, 1668, Joh. Bishop AT YEGVILT [looking-glass], 1657, Joh. Bishop, MILENER, LOOKING GLAS, 1669, Humphry Bodicott, VINTENER - vintner’s bush, John Bowell, MERCER, SVGAR LOFE, 1657, Richard Carter, BRVER - men carrying barrel, Thomas Combes NEARE THE EAST GATE, William Cornish, MERCER, 1658, Thomas Dennis AT THE 3 KINGS, 1652 three kings, Richard Ely AT THE 3 SAMMONS - three salmons, Anthony Hall AT THE [mermaid], VINTNER, Thomas Harrison, FOR NECESARY CHENG - three eagles, Oliffe Hinde, MERCER, 1657, Edward Hunt AT THE TVRTLE GATE, Seth Ireland AT THE GOVLDING KEY - key, rev. heart, Lawrance King, GLOVER - glove, Hugh Lambe, HOSIER, 1668, Will. Morrell AT YE CROWNE, Nich. Orum, FISHMONGER, 1659 - lobster (2, diff. dies), Ann Peirson, 1669 - scissors, Richard Pont, 1668 Vintners’ arms, William Potter, APOTHECARY, Daniell Prince, 1667 - bust of Duke of York, rev. mace, John Ryland, 1659 - baker’s peel, John Souch, MILLENER, 1657 - fan, Richard Souch, MILLINER - hen and chickens, Thomas Stevenson, 1664 - Upholsterers’ arms, John Tey AT THE ANGELL (2, diff. dies), John Toldervey, MILLINER, 1660 - unicorn rampant on shield, William Tongue, 1661 - Cordwainers’ arms, Tho. Williams AT YE SPECTACLES - pince-nez spectacles, Edmund Wrigglysworth AT NORTH GATE, 1652 (BW.111 (2), 113, 114, 118, 120, 121, 123, 124, 125, 128, 129, 131, 133, 134, 137, 139, 142 var. (Leeds 51), 146, 148, 150, 152, 156, 158 (2), 159, 160, 161, 162, 166, 168, 169, 171, 172 (2), 173, 175, 185, 188), a couple poor, the others fair to very fine, a good group with over half of the city’s issuers and a great variety of devices represented; BW.142 variety rare, not represented in the Norweb collection (39)

£450-550

PROVENANCE: BW.114 to 121, 124 to 129, 139, 152 to 159, 162, 169, 171 and one 172 ex Norweb (3678a, 3766b, 3682a, 3748a, 3683c, 3762b, 3685a, 3767b, 3692a, 3703, 3745a, 3709a, 3710b, 3712b, 3716, 3723b, 3725, 3741a)

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Oxfordshire, Thame, John Harris AT THE READ LYON, Hugh Hester, 1657, Edward Leaver Merchant Taylors’ arms, Richard Rastell, William Tripp, CHANDLER; Watlington, John Cockee, 1664, Richard Harris, Mary Nash, 1⁄ 2d. 1669; Woodstock, Alexander Johnsons, 1652, T[homas] T[ainter] AT THE 3 CVPPS - three cups, Thomas Woodard, GROCER (BW.200, 202, 204, 205, 206, 211, 218, 221, 248, 249, 251), BW.204 and 249 poor, the others fair to very fine (11)

£130-160

PROVENANCE: BW.200, 204, 205, 218 and 221 ex Norweb (3810c, 3797c, 3802d, 3822a, 3826b)

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855

Oxfordshire, Witney, Richard Ashfield, CLOTHIER, William Fitchett, 1⁄ 2d. 1671, John Gardiner, 1 ⁄ 2d. 1669 - shuttles, WILLIAM HEARN AT THE WHITE SWAN, Andrew Hollaway, CLOTHYER, 1659 hands clasped, Jo. Jorden - merchant’s mark, William and Mary Sanders, 1⁄ 2d., Paul Smith, DRAPER, 1656, THOMAS WARD AT THE [Tallow Chandlers’ arms], 1⁄ 2d. 1668, Ralph Werge, 1653, Andrew White senior, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 - initials on woolpack, John Young, 1655 (BW.224, 230, 231, 234, 236, 238, 241-5, 247), fair to nearly very fine, BW.244 chipped, BW.245 pierced; over half the town’s issuers represented (12)

£150-200

PROVENANCE: BW.224, 231, 244, 245 and 247 ex Norweb (3831, 3839a, 3850b, 3851e, 3853a)

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Somerset, Bath, C[ity], 1670 - City arms, Walter Chapman, MERCER, John Pearce, MERCER, 1652, Robert Penny, MERCER; Bridgwater, William Goodridge, 1669 - ship, John Hunt, 1651; Chard, I. H., 1671, John Chapman; Freshford, John Curle junior, 1666 - Family arms (BW.6, 15, 26, 28, 58, 61, 83, 87, 125), BW.15 and 26 very fine, latter short of flan, the others fair to nearly very fine, BW.28 pierced, BW. 87 rare, BW.61 very rare (9)

£150-180

856 857 x856

Somerset, Frome, Samuel Whitchurch; Langport, [Borough], 1670, MADE BY THE PORTREEVE J[ohn] M[ichell] - portcullis; Minehead, [Borough], 1668, THE POORES FARTHINGE - ship, rev. woolpack; Taunton, [Borough], BY THE CONSTABLES, 1667 - tower, rev. tun on T, John Tubb, 1666; Wells, City, [16]69 - City arms; Wincanton, William Ivy, 1659 - seven stars; Yeovil, Borough Portreeve, 1669, Ambrose Seward (BW.137, 175, 187, 229, 289, 301, 319, 327, 340), BW. 289 very fine, the others nearly fine to nearly very fine, BW.319 very rare (9)

£120-150

PROVENANCE: BW.319 ex Norweb (4171b)

x857

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Staffordshire, Smethwick, Thomas Parkes, 1⁄ 2d. - Ironmongers’ arms; Tamworth, William Michell, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 - Mercers’ arms; Yoxall, Zachariah Lightwood, octagonal 1⁄ 2d. 1671 Ironmongers’ arms (BW.50, Warks. 163, Staffs. 103), nearly very fine to very fine (3)

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858 x858

x859

Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds, Marie Cressener - mortar and pestle, Edmund Heasel, 1664, John Purcas, 1664, John Sharpe, 1666; Clare, Richard Crisp, WEBSTER, 1656; Cratfield, John Williams; Debenham, Augustine Cullyer, 1666, Jonathan Davie, 1664; Dennington, Edward Stubbes, 1d. 1669; Framlingham, Daniel Barnes, 1⁄ 2d. 1669; Haverhill, Robert Darkin, 1656; Ipswich, [Borough], 1670 - Borough arms (BW.50, 65, 72, 75, 98, 106, 108, 109, 115, 123, 149, 158), fine to very fine (12)

£150-200

Suffolk, Lowestoft, Town, Jos. Smithson [and] Rob. Barker, CHVRCH WARD, 1669 - Corporation device, Robert Betts, 1655; Long Melford, Thomas Hubbart, 1655; Saxmundham, Thomas Knights - Family arms, Nicholas Shepherd, DRAP(E)R, 1⁄ 2d. and [1⁄ 4d.]; Southwold, [Borough], 1⁄ 2d. 1667, FOR THE POORES ADVANTAGE - Borough device, Daniell More, GROCER, 1⁄ 2d. 1668 and [1⁄ 4d.] 1663; Stoke by Clare, James Smith, 1655; Stratford, John Clarke, 1⁄ 2d. 1670 - three lozenges; Sudbury, John Ray, 1654 (BW.224, 226, 239, 285, 286, 289, 294, 296, 297, 307, 319, 338), nearly fine to nearly very fine; BW.319 extremely rare, not represented in the Norweb collection, the attribution to Suffolk not certain (12)

£140-180

PROVENANCE: BW.319 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 273 (part)

861

860 x860

x861

Surrey, Guildford, John Martin, 1652; Guildford vicinity [Shalford], Tho. Wilmot - man wearing hat, with staff and bag; Mortlake, William Thorneton, 1⁄ 2d. 1665; Roehampton, Walter Norwood (BW.118, 127, 186, 240); Southwark [Borough High Street], I. B. AT THE WHIT BVLL HEAD, 1648, James Pitman, 1655 - beacon with ladders, John Poore, VITLER (BW. Southwark 3, 70, 73), fair to nearly very fine, BW.73 with incomplete flan lacking two letters either side, extremely rare (7)

£130-160

Surrey, Southwark, Axe Yard, E. Marshal, 1657 - bodice (D. Southwark 114A but MARSHAL, wife’s initial M, date 1657), the only issue for this location, good fine/fine, exceedingly rare, not represented in the Norweb collection

£120-150

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862 x862

x863

864 x864

x865

x866

Surrey, Southwark, Bankside, Thomas Seabro - unicorn; Blackman Street, John Ives, 1⁄ 2d. 1667; Bridge Foot, Cornelius Cooke AT THE BEARE; Horselydown New Stairs, John Hobson - monogram of name; Mill Lane, James Touchin AT YE RED [lion], 1⁄ 2d. 1666 (BW. Southwark 130, 191, 198, 258, 310), first two nearly fine, the others nearly very fine (5)

£120-150

Surrey, Southwark, Gravel Lane, Roger Danniel AT YE [hart]; Southwark St Thomas, I. F., THE TALLOW CHANDLER; Shad Thames, Richard Rathborne, 1665 - Prince of Wales’s feathers, rev. St George and dragon (BW.240 but DANNIEL, 388, 403), nearly fine or better, extremely rare, BW.240 not represented in the Norweb collection (3)

£120-150

865

866

Sussex, Arundel, JOSEPH RUSELL AT THE [St George and dragon], 1⁄ 2d.; Eastbourne, John Ellphicke - sugarloaf; Robertsbridge, Robert Grove, DRAPER, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 (BW.16, 81, 151), fine to good fine but arms on BW.151 flat as usual; BW.81 very rare and not represented in the Norweb collection (3)

£100-120

Warwickshire, Alcester, William Reynolds, 1652 - fox; Coventry, C[ity], 1669 - elephant, castle on back, rev. lion; Kineton, Jo. Eborne; Southam, Margray Hanslapp, 1658, Margery Hanslapp, 1667 (BW.9, 56, 111, 140, 142), BW.142 very fine, the others fair to good fine (5)

£150-180

Warwickshire, Stratford upon Avon, Richard Hunt, 1651, Daniell Mason - Grocers’ arms, Samuel Phillips, 1652 - Ironmongers’ arms (D.149A, BW.150, D.153A), fine or better, first two with some verdigris, BW.150 extremely rare (3)

£130-160

867 x867

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Wiltshire, Bradford on Avon, Willam Chanler, 1650; Cricklade, Thomas Deighton, MERCER - cross on steps; Devizes, Grace Naish, 1652; Highworth, Richard Neast, 1664; Kingswood, Edward Tanner, 1658; Malmesbury, William Wayte, 1651; Wilton, Stephen Brassier, 1⁄ 2d. 1667 (BW.15 var. (Kempson 15A), 62, 71, D.92A, BW.98, 121, 268), nearly fine to very fine, BW.15 variety very rare, D.92A extremely rare (7)

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Wiltshire, Marlborough, [Borough], 1668 - tower with four turrets, rev. bull, John Bayly, Richard Shipre, John Smith, 1665 - crossed pipes; Salisbury, Simon Rolfe, 1⁄ 2d. 1666 - Family arms; Swindon, Henry Munday, 1⁄ 2d. 1669 - Tallow Chandlers’ arms and three cloves, rev. flowering twig, Amos Wilkins - bust of Virgin (BW.125, 126, 143, 146, 222, 237, 245), BW.222 very fine, overstruck on another token, the others fair to nearly very fine, BW.146 with small piercing; BW.126 rare, BW.245 very rare (7)

£130-160

Worcestershire, Evesham, Borough, 1⁄ 2d., FOR NECESSARY EXCHANG, and [1⁄ 4d.], FOR EXCHAINGE - Borough arms, Peter Cross, 1649, Joshua Fransham, 1⁄ 2d. 1666, John Lacey, 1654 - artichoke, William Rudge, 1649; Kidderminster, Edmund & William Reade, 1⁄ 2d. 1666, Walter Thatcher, 1 ⁄ 2d. 1670; Shipston on Stour, Edward Pittway; Stourbridge, Ezekell Partridg, 1⁄ 2d. 1665; Worcester, James Smith, 1⁄ 2d. 1667, William Swift - WS monogram (BW.43, 45, 52, 54, 57, 60, 76, 80, 95, 105, 159, 169), fair to nearly very fine, BW.169 with much original tinning (12)

£200-250

871

870 x870

x871

x872

872

Ireland, Cork, C[ity], 1d. 1659 - ship between two towers; Dublin, Mic. Wilson, 1⁄ 2d. 1672 Butchers’ arms, rev. St George and dragon, Nic. Delone, LAZY HILL, 1d. - Fruiterers’ arms (BW.201, 416, 555), good fine or better for these issues, BW.555 with some corrosion (3)

£100-130

Ireland, Dublin, Ignatius Browne, PEWTR, 1d., IN HIGH STRET - flagon, John Sendell, 1d., IN ST FRANCIS STREET - horse (BW.287, 388), very fine, rare thus, some light ssurface pitting, neither represented in the Norweb collection (2)

£150-200

Duplicates: Bedfordshire, BW.54; Cambridgeshire, BW.52 (2); Gloucestershire, BW.44, 72 (2), 74; Hampshire, BW.214; Kent, BW.397; Norfolk, BW.190, 298; Northamptonshire, BW.2; Nottinghamshire, BW.15; Somerset, BW.125, 229; Suffolk, BW.108, 109 (2), 285, 286; Worcestershire, BW.80, fair to very fine (21)

£180-250

PROVENANCE: BW. Hants. 214 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lot 46 (part)

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874

Duplicates: London, BW.1197, 1201, 1249, 1342, 2303, 2479, 2781, 2891, 3161, fair to nearly very fine (9)

£120-150

PROVENANCE: BW.1249, 1342, 2781 and 2891 ex Greenall, Baldwin’s Auction 16, 30 October 1997, lots 149 (part), 170 (part) and 131 (part)

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Duplicates: Oxfordshire, BW.23, 46, 48, 84, 88, 128 (2), 131, 133 (2), 152 (2), 158, 175, 202 (2), 221, 234, 236, 241 (2), fair to very fine, one BW.128 pierced (21)

£180-250

PROVENANCE: BW.133, 202, 221, 234 and 236 ex Norweb (3764a, 3795c, 3826c, 3855f, 3842d)

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY TOKENS 875

Sixpence (4), Cheshire, Stockport, 1812 (D.8), good very fine; Devon, Barnstaple, 1811 (D.15), very fine; Dorset (2), Poole, 1812 and Shaftesbury, 1811 (D.10 and 29), extremely fine (4)

876 876

877

£60-80

877

Northamptonshire, Peterborough, Cole & Co., Shilling, 1811, cathedral, rev. value (D.5), extremely fine

£30-40

Nottinghamshire, Newark, Shillings, 1811, Town Hall, rev. legend (D.6 and 8), good extremely fine and fine, both rare (2)

£60-80

First coin illustrated 878

879

880

881

Somerset, Bristol Commercial Token Bank Company, Shilling, 1811, arms in Garter, rev. legend (D.23), extremely fine

£30-40

Somerset, Bristol Commercial Token Bank Company, Shilling, 1811, arms in Garter, rev. legend (D.23), extremely fine

£30-40

Somerset, Bristol Commercial Token Bank Company, Shilling, 1811, arms in Garter, rev. legend (D.24), nearly extremely fine, rare

£30-40

Somerset, Bristol Commercial Token Bank Company, Shillings (2), 1811, arms in Garter, rev. legend (D.26, 38), first stained, extremely fine, second nearly extremely fine (2)

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883

Somerset, Bristol, William Sheppard, Shilling, 1811, arms, rev. legend (D.49), good extremely fine

£30-40

Somerset, Bristol, William Sheppard, Shilling, 1811, arms, rev. legend (D.49), good very fine

£30-40

884

885

886

884

Somerset, Bristol, E. Bryan, Sixpence, 1811, value in star, rev. legend (D.66), extremely fine

£30-40

885

Warwickshire, Birmingham Workhouse, Sixpence, 1811, building, rev. legend around shield (D.22), good very fine

£30-40

Wiltshire, Marlborough, King, Gosling, Tanner & Griffiths, Shilling, 1811, four hands joined, rev. legend (D.3), extremely fine, rare

£30-40

886

887

888

889

Worcestershire, City and County, Shilling, 1811, arms, rev. value in wreath (D.1), good extremely fine

£40-50

Worcestershire, County and City, Shilling, 1811, arms, rev. value in wreath (D.1), extremely fine

£40-50

889

Yorkshire, Whitby, Shilling, 1811, arms, rev. value (D.75), good very fine

£40-50

890

Yorkshire, York, Cattle and Barber, Shilling, 1811, arms, rev. legend (D.76), good very fine, Sixpences (2) 1811, arms, rev. legend (D.94 and 95), one very fine, one with scratch on reverse, good fine (3)

£40-50

Halfpenny tokens depicting Dr Johnson (5), of Lichfield, rev. wreath (DH.18), uncirculated, and Birmingham (4) (DH.51 (2), and 71a (2)), good very fine or better (5)

£120-150

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891

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892 892 (x1.5) 892

Cromwell, Shilling, 1658, laureate, draped bust left, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate (ESC 1005; S.3228), extremely fine

£2,000-2,500

893 894 893

894

Cromwell, Shilling, 1658, laureate, draped bust left, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate (ESC 1005; S.3228), good fine

£400-500

Charles II (1660-85), Five Guineas, 1679 TRICESIMO PRIMO, second laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 20; S.3331), ex mount, plugged, about fine

£600-800

895

895

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897

897

Charles II, Crown, 1662, first laureate, draped bust right, rose below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 15; S.3350), very fine

£200-350

Charles II, Crown, 1662, first laureate, draped bust right, rose below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, edge, with date (ESC 17; S.3351), nearly very fine

£300-400

898 898

899

Charles II, Crowns (2), 1662, first laureate, draped bust left, rose below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 15; S.3350), good fine, 1663 XV, similar (ESC 22; S.3354), about fine/good fine (2)

£250-300

Charles II, Crowns (2), 1664 XVI, second bust (ESC 28; S.3355), about fine, 1677 NONO, third bust (ESC 52; S.3358), fine (2)

£180-230

900 900

901

VICESIMO

901

Charles II, Crown, 1666 XVIII, second laureate, draped bust right, elephant below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles, RE.X (ESC 34; S.3356), about fine/fine, very rare

£350-450

Charles II, Crown, 1668/7 VICESIMO, second laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 37; S.3357), fine, rare

£120-150

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903

Charles II, Crown, 1671 VICESIMO TERTIO, second laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 42; S.3357), nearly very fine

£200-250

Charles II, Crown, 1672 VICESIMO QVARTO, third laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 45; S.3358), fine

£100-150

904

904

905

905

Charles II, Crown, 1678/7 TRICESIMO, third laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 55; S.3358), about fine/fine, rare

£100-140

Charles II, Crown, 1682/1 TRICESIMO QVRRTO, laureate, draped fourth bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, edge, QVRRTO error (ESC 65b; S.3359), fine, rare

£130-160

906 906

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Charles II, Halfcrown, 1663 XV, first laureate, draped bust right, no stops, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 462; S.3364), fine, very rare (ESC 459; S.3361), dark tone, very fine, rare variety

£500-600


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907 907

Charles II, Halfcrowns (2), 1664 XVI, second laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 460; S.3362), fine, rare, 1671 VICESIMO TERTIO, laureate, draped third bust variety right (ESC 468; S.3366), obverse marks, nearly very fine (2)

£350-400

908 908

Charles II, Halfcrown, 1666 XVIII, third laureate, draped bust right, elephant below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 462; S.3364), fine, very rare

£500-600

909 909

Charles II, Halfcrowns (2), 1670 VICESIMO SECVNDO, third bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 467; S.3365), stains, fine, 1677 VICESIMO NONO, similar (ESC 479; S.3367), good fine (2)

910 910

911

£250-300

911

Charles II, Halfcrowns, 1675 VICESIMO SEPTIMO, fourth laureate, draped bust right, retrograde 1 in date, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 477A; S.3367), stains, nearly very fine, rare variety

£200-300

Charles II, Halfcrown, 1679 TRICESIMO PRIMO, fourth laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 481; S.3367), scuffs, very fine

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913

914

913

Charles II, Shilling, 1663, first laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 1022; S.3371), adjustment marks on reverse, very fine

£280-340

Charles II, Sixpences (2), 1674, laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, conjoined Cs in angles (ESC 1512; S.3384), nearly very fine, 1678/7, similar (ESC 1517; S.3382), nearly very fine (2)

£150-180

Charles II, minor silver denominations, Fourpences (2), 1672/1, 1674 (ESC 1843, 1845; S.3384), generally good fine, Threepence, 1671 (ESC 1960; S.3386), Twopence, undated type (ESC 2168; S.3318), very fine, Penny, undated type, rev. AVSPCE (ESC 2271A; S.3319), perforated, very fine, rare variety (5)

£100-120

915 915

916

Charles II, Halfpenny, 1673, laureate, cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia (Peck 510; S.3393), nearly very fine

£80-120

Charles II, Farthings (2), 1675, laureate cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia (Peck 528; S.3394), nearly very fine, 1672, similar (Peck 519; S.3394), fine

£100-130

917

917 (x1.5) 917

James II (1685-88), Guinea, 1686, second laureate head left, elephant and castle below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 127; S.3403), minor flecking, extensive lustre especially on obverse, good extremely fine/extremely fine

£5,000-6,000

PROVENANCE: Richard Myatt collection, Spink auction 195, 26 June 2008, lot 712 Purchased by Myatt, Seaby, 18 November 1955, £18-0-0

918

919 www.spink.com

James II, Crown, 1687 TERTIO, second laureate, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 78; S.3407), good fine

£150-200

James II, Crown, 1687 TERTIO, second laureate, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 78; S.3407), fine

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920 920

James II, Crown, 1688 QVARTO, second laureate, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 80; S.3407), fine

£200-250

921 921

James II, Halfcrown, 1686 TERTIO, first laureate, draped bust left, V over B in JACOBVS, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 497; S.3408), very fine, rare

922 922 923 924

£400-500

923

James II, Halfcrown, 1687 TERTIO, first laureate, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 498; S.3408), nearly very fine

£250-300

James II, Halfcrown, 1687 TERTIO, second laureate, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 500; S.3409), good fine, scarce

£220-260

James II, Shilling, 1682 (ESC 1068; S.2410), Anne, post-Union Shillings (4), 1709, 1711 (3) (ESC 1154, 1158; S.3610, 3618), George I, 1723 SS C (ESC 1176; S.3647), generally fair - fine (6)

£120-160

925 925 926

James II, Sixpence, 1687, laureate, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, later shields (ESC 1526b; S.3413), very fine, scarce

£250-300

James II, Maundy oddments (4), Fourpence 1687/6, Threepence 1686, Twopence 1686, Penny, 1688/7 (ESC 1862, 1981, 2191, 2297; S.3414, 3415, 3416, 3417), generally nearly very fine, the penny better, Anne, Maundy oddments (3), Fourpence, 1710, Threepence, 1703, Twopence, 1713 (ESC 1892; 2005, 2220, 2319; S.3595A, 3596, 3597A), nearly very fine, the twopence with attempted piercing, the fourpence, good very fine (7)

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927 927

928*

928

William and Mary (1688-94), Guinea, 1689, laureate conjoined heads right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 148; S.3426), nearly very fine

£700-900

William and Mary, Guinea, 1691, laureate conjoined heads right, elephant and castle below, rev. shield (MCE 151; S.3427), scuffed across busts otherwise good very fine

£500-600

929 929

930

930

William and Mary, Crown, 1692 QVARTO, laureate, draped conjoined busts right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, monograms in angles (ESC 83; S.3433), sometime cleaned, nearly very fine

£500-600

William and Mary, Crown, 1692 QVARTO, laureate, draped conjoined busts right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, monograms in angles (ESC 83; S.3433), adjustment marks, good fine

£500-600

931

931

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William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1689 PRIMO, laureate, draped conjoined busts right, rev. crowned first shield, pearls, frosted caul (ESC 505; S.3434), some flecking, lighly toned, almost extremely fine

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932 932

933

William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1689 PRIMO, laureate, draped conjoined busts, pearls, frosted caul and interior, rev. first shield (ESC 503; S.3434), very fine

£200-250

William and Mary, Halfcrowns (2), 1693/inverted 3 QVINTO, laureate, draped conjoined busts right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, monogram in angles (ESC 521; S.3436), stains, fine; 1689 PRIMO, laureate, draped conjoined busts, pearls, frosted caul and interior, rev. first shield (ESC 503; S.3434), graffiti in reverse fields, good fine (2)

£180-240

934 934

935

William and Mary, Shilling, 1692, laureate, draped conjoined busts right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, monograms in angles (ESC 1075; S.3437), fine

£100-120

William and Mary, Sixpence, 1693, laureate, draped conjoined busts right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, monograms in angles (ESC 1529; S.3438), some time cleaned, good very fine

£350-450

936 936

William and Mary, copper Halfpenny, 1694, laureate, cuirassed busts right, rev. Britannia (Peck 602; S.3452), nearly very fine, tin Halfpenny, uncertain date, large laureate, cuirassed conjoined busts right, rev. Britannia (S.3449), corrosion, clear copper plug, fine (2)

£120-150

937 937

William and Mary, tin Farthing, 1690, laureate, conjoined busts right, Britannia seated left, edge, *NVMMORVM*FAMVLVS*1690 (Peck 579; S.3451), chip below date, copper plug showing, toned, very fine, rare

£400-500

PROVENANCE: Found on the Thames foreshore at London, 2011

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938 (x1.5)

938

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William III (1694-1702), ‘fine’ work Five Guineas, 1701 DECIMO TERTIO, second laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 172; S.3456), light hairlines, extensive lustre, extremely fine

£10,000-12,000


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939 939 (x1.5) 939

William III, Guinea, 1701, second laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, narrow crowns (MCE 186; S.3463), extensive lustre, toned, overall nearly extremely fine

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE: Marshall, Spink auction 167, 31 March 2004, lot 160 SNC, July 1942, no.15367, £6-0-0 With Marshall ticket

940 940 (x1.5) 940

William III, Guinea, 1701, second laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, narrow crowns (MCE 186; S.3463), fine

£300-350

941 941 (x1.5) x941

942

943

944

William III, Half-Guinea, 1695, laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 189; S.3466), very fine

£500-600

William III, Crowns (2), 1696 OCTAVO, first laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 89; S.3470), fine, similar, third bust, first harp (ESC 94; S.3472), good fine (2)

£100-140

William III, Crown, 1696 OCTAVO, first bust, first harp (ESC 89; S.3470), fine, George III, Crown, 1819 LIX (S.3787), about fine, George IV, Crown, 1821 SECVNDO (S.3805), fair (3)

£80-100

William III, Crowns (2), 1696 OCTAVO, third laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, first harp (ESC 94; S.3472), scratches on obverse, good fine, another, similar, fair (2)

£80-100

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William III, Halfcrown, 1696 OCTAVO, Chester, first laureate, draped bust right, four crowned small shields cruciform (ESC 536; S.3477), fine, rare

C

below, rev. £120-150

946

946 (x1.5) 946

William III, Halfcrown, 1697 NONO, first laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 541; S.3487), obverse flecking, adjustment marks on reverse, lustrous, extremely fine

£800-1,000

947 947

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William III, Halfcrown, 1697 NONO, Bristol, first laureate, draped bust right, B below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, later harp (ESC 543; S.3488), die clash ghosting on reverse, very fine

£180-220


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948 948

949

950

William III, Halfcrown, 1701 DECIMO TERTIO, first laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 567; S.3496), nearly very fine, scarce

£300-350

William III, Halfcrowns (3), 1696, 1697, 1700, the last pierced, fair - fine, Shillings (9), including 1696, York (ESC 1086; S.3502), about fine, others (8), one mounted, one engraved, one pierced, generally poor - fine (12)

£40-50

William III, Halfcrowns (7), Bristol, Exeter (2), Norwich, Chester, York (2), the Chester ex mount, generally fair (7)

£60-80

951

951

952

William III, Shilling, 1696, Exeter, fifth laureate, draped bust right, E below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1084; S.3500), obverse adjustment marks, lustre, very fine

£100-140

William III, Shilling, 1699, fifth, laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 1119; S.3517), obverse adjustment marks, some weakness on reverse, lustre, good very fine, rare

£350-450

953 953

954

955

952

954

William III, Shilling, 1700, fifth laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1121; S.3516), reverse adjustment marks, lustre, good very fine

£100-120

William III, Shilling, 1701, fifth laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 1125; S.3518), lustre, very fine, rare

£350-400

William III, Sixpences (4), Exeter, 1696, first bust, E below, rev. early harp (ESC 1537; S.3523), nearly very fine, Norwich (2), 1696, first harp, 1697, later harp (ESC 1538, 1561; S.3524, 3535), nearly very fine, 1696 (ESC 1533; S.3520), fine (4)

£100-150

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956 956 (x1.5) 956

957

William III, Sixpence, 1700, third laureate, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1579; S.3538), lustre, extremely fine

£150-200

William III, Halfpennies (2), second issue 1698 (Peck 674; S.3555), third issue, 1699 (Peck 687; S.3556), George I, Halfpenny, 1723 (Peck 803; S.3660), George II, Halfpennies (2), young head, 1738 (Peck 852; S.3717), old head, 1752 (Peck 882; S.3719), Farthing, young head, 1733 (Peck 860; S.3720), generally good fine, the 1738, very fine with traces of lustre (6)

£100-130

958 958 (x1.5) 958

Anne (1702-14), pre-Union Guinea, 1702, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 209; S.3562), lustre, a most attractive example, in NGC holder graded MS 62, extremely fine

959 959

960

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£5,000-7,000

960

Anne, pre-Union, Crown, 1703 TERTIO, draped bust left, VIGO below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 99; S.3576), nearly very fine

£500-600

Anne, pre-Union, Crown, 1706 QVINTO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 101; S.3678), nearly very fine

£300-400


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962

961 961

962

Anne, pre-Union, Crown, 1707 SEXTO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 102; S.3578), fine Anne, pre-Union, Halfcrown, 1703 TERTIO, draped bust left, shields cruciform (ESC 569; S.3580), very fine

VIGO

below, rev. four crowned £300-350

963 963

964

964

Anne, pre-Union, Halfcrown, 1705 QVINTO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 571; S.3581), fine, rare

£100-130

Anne, pre-Union, Halfcrown, 1707 SEXTO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 573; S.3582), mark on bust, good very fine

£400-500

965 965

966

£120-150

966

Anne, pre-Union, Shilling, 1702, first draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1128; S.3583), toned, very fine Anne, pre-Union, Shilling, 1702, first draped bust left, cruciform (ESC 1130; S.3585), good very fine

VIGO

£200-250

below, rev. four crowned shields £300-400

967 967

Anne, pre-Union, Shillings, 1702 (2), first draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1128; S.3583), nearly very fine, similar, rev. plumes in angles (ESC 1129; S.3584), minor flan edge indentation, very fine, scarce (2)

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968 968

969

970

969

Anne, pre-Union, Shilling, 1704, second draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 1133; S.3588), very fine, rare

£200-300

Anne, pre-Union, Shilling, 1705, second draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1136; S.3589), good fine, scarce

£80-120

Anne, Shillings (5), pre-Union (2), 1702 VIGO (ESC 1130; S.3585), fair, 1705, plain angles (ESC 1134; S.3587), about fine, rare, post-Union (3), 1709 plain angles (ESC 1154; S.3618), fine, 1710 roses and plumes (ESC 1155; S.3614), nearly very fine, 1714, roses and plumes (ESC 1161; S.3617), fine (5)

£150-200

971 971

Anne, pre-Union, Sixpences (3), 1703 VIGO (ESC 1582; S.3590), very fine, 1705, plumes, later shields (ESC 1584A; S.3593), very fine, scarce, 1707, roses and plumes (ESC 1590; S.3594), nearly very fine (3)

£180-220

972 973 972

973

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Anne, post-Union, Guinea, 1713 third draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 225; S.3574), fine

£300-350

Anne, post-Union, Crown, 1707 SEXTO, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, E below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 103; S.3600), nearly very fine, reverse better

£200-250


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975

974 974

975

Anne, post-Union, Crown, 1707 SEXTO, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, crowned shields cruciform (ESC 103; S.3600), adjustment marks, very fine

E

Anne, post-Union, Crown, 1707 SEXTO, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, crowned shields cruciform (ESC 103; S.3600), nearly very fine

E

below, rev. four £300-350 below, rev. four £150-200

976 976

Anne, post-Union, Crown, 1708 SEPTIMO, second, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 104; S.3601), reverse adjustment marks, nearly very fine

977 977

978

979

£150-200

978

Anne, post-Union, Crown, 1708 SEPTIMO, second draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 108; S.3602), obverse adjustment marks, very fine

£300-400

Anne, post-Union, Halfcrown, 1707 SEPTIMO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 574; S.3604), adjustment marks below bust, toned, good very fine

£300-400

Anne, post-Union, Halfcrowns (3), 1707 SEXTO, Edinburgh (ESC 575; S.3605), fair, 1709 (ESC 579; S.3604), fair, 1712 UNDECIMO, roses and plumes (ESC 582; S.3607), fine (3)

£50-70

OCTAVO

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980 980

981

982

Anne, post-Union, Halfcrown, 1708 SEPTIMO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 578; S.3606), nearly very fine, rare

£180-220

Anne, post-Union, Halfcrowns (2), 1708 SEPTIMO, Edinburgh, draped bust left, E below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 576; S.3605), adjustment marks, fine, 1712, draped bust left, rev. similar, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1582; S.3607), fine (2)

£80-100

Anne, post-Union, Shillings (2), 1708, third draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 1148; S.3611), good fine, 1711, fourth bust, rev. similar, plain angles (ESC 1158; S.3618), nearly very fine (2)

£80-100

983 983

984

985

Anne, post-Union, Shilling, 1709, Edinburgh, draped bust left, E* below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1152; S.3615), reverse adjustment marks, fine, rare

£100-120

Anne, post-Union, Sixpences (3), 1707, plumes (ESC 1590; S.3623), nearly very fine, 1708, Edinburgh, E below bust (ESC 1592; S.3620), nearly very fine, scarce, 1711, plain angles (ESC 1596; S.3619), nearly very fine (3)

£120-150

Anne, post-Union, Sixpences (4), 1711 (ESC 1596; S.3619), generally fine, one engraved with letter E on bust, this fair, George I, Sixpence, 1723 SS C (ESC 1600; S.3652), fine (5)

£60-80

986 986 (x2) 986

987

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Anne, Maundy Penny, 1708, draped bust left, rev. crowned numeral (ESC 2319; S.3598), good very fine, very rare

£200-300

Maundy oddments (13), Anne, Fourpence, 1710 (ESC 1892), Penny, 1709 (ESC 2321) George I, Fourpence, 1727 (ESC 1897), Threepence, 1717 (ESC 2015), Twopences, 1721 (2) (ESC 2222), Pennies (2), 1720, 1725, George II, Fourpence, 1735 (ESC 1901), Threepence, 1729 (ESC 2019), Twopence, 1739 (ESC 2229), Pennies (2), 1735, 1750 (ESC 2335, 2342), generally very fine - extremely fine (13)

£200-300


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988 988

989

989

Anne, pattern Farthing, 1714, draped bust left, rev. Britannia (Peck 741; S.3625), surface stains, nearly very fine

£180-240

George I (1714-27), Guinea, 1715, third laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 247; S.3640), very fine

£800-1,000

990 x990

991

991

George I, Guinea, 1715, third laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 247; S.3630), good fine

£400-500

George I, Guinea, 1716, third laureate, head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 248; S.3630), good very fine

£1,000-1,200

992

992 (x1.5) 992

George I, Guinea, 1720, fourth laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 252; S.3631), a superb example, extensive lustre, in NGC holder graded MS 62, good extremely fine

£5,000-7,000

PROVENANCE: Spink auction 91, 1 May 1992, lot 78 Douglas-Morris, Sotheby, 26 November 1974, lot 24

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993 993

x994

George I, Guinea, 1722, fourth laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 255; S.2631), fine

£300-350

George I, Guinea, 1726, fifth laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 261; S.3633), fine

£350-400

995 995 (x1.5) 995

George I, Half-Guinea, 1725, second laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 274; S.2637), lustrous, nearly extremely fine

£800-1,000

996 996 (x2) x996

George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 277; S.3638), extremely fine

£200-250

997 997 (x2) x997

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George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 277; S.3638), extremely fine

£300-400


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x999

1000

999

George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 288; S.3638), very fine

£150-200

George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 277; S.3638), very fine

£150-200

George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 277; S.2638), very fine

£200-250

1001

1001

1002

1004

1002

George I, Crown, 1716 SECVNDO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 110; S.3639), very fine

£700-900

George I, Crown, 1723 DECIMO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, SS C in angles (ESC 114; S.3640), fine

£250-300

1003 1003

1000

1004

George I, Crown, 1723 DECIMO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, SS C in angles (ESC 114; S.3640), fine

£250-300

George I, Halfcrown, 1717 TIRTIO, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 589; S.3642), good very fine, scarce

£800-1,000

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1006

1006

George I, Halfcrown, 1717 TIRTIO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 589; S.3642), nearly very fine

£250-350

George I, Halfcrown, 1723 DECIMO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, SS C in angles (ESC 592; S.3643), good fine, reverse better

£150-200

1007 1007

1008

1009

1010

George I, Shilling, 1723, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, SS C in angles (ESC 1178; S.3648), toned, extremely fine

£180-240

George I, Shillings (4), including 1720 (ESC 1168; S.2645), this fine, others (3), fair, George II (15), old head Halfcrown, 1745, roses (ESC 604; S.3694), engraved letters in front of bust, fine, young head Shillings (5), one ex mount, one pierced, fair, old head Shillings (9), three pierced, generally fine (19)

£80-100

George I, Sixpences (2), 1717, roses and plumes (ESC 1597; S.3651), fine, scarce, 1723 SS C (ESC 1600; S.3652), about fine, George II young bust, Sixpence, 1735, roses and plumes (ESC 1610; S.3707), fine, old bust, 1743, roses (ESC 1614; S.3709), 1745 LIMA (ESC 1615; S.3710), 1750 (ESC 1620; S.3711), generally fine, the 1743 better (6)

£80-100

Maundy Pennies (8), George I, 1720 (ESC 2326; S.3657), extremely fine, George III, 1786, 1792, 1817 (S.3759, 3760, 3796), extremely fine, George IV, 1822, 1824 (S.3821), extremely fine, William IV, 1831, 1835 (S.3844), good extremely fine (8)

£150-200

1011 1011

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George I, ‘dump’ issue Halfpenny, 1717, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia (Peck 768; S.3659), hints of lustre, attractive tone, nearly extremely fine

£400-500


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1012

George II (1727-60), Guinea, 1734, second laureate young head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 310; S.3674), lustrous, pleasing, very fine

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE: Lord St. Oswald, Christies, October 13 1964, lot 29

1013 1013

George II, impaired proof Crown, 1732, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles, edge plain (ESC 118; S.3686), obverse convex, as usual for this issue, good fine, reverse very fine, very rare

1014 1014

1015

£500-700

1015

George II, Crown, 1739 DVODECIMO, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 122; S.3687), small edge dent below bust, very fine

£380-450

George II, Crown, 1739 DVODECIMO, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 122; S.3687), very fine

£400-500

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George II, Halfcrowns (2), 1731 QVINTO, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 595; S.3692), almost very fine, 1732 SEXTO, similar (ESC 596; S.3692), almost very fine, reverse better (2)

1017 1017

1018

£300-400

1018

George II, Halfcrown, 1732 SEXTO, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 596; S.3693), adjustment marks, good very fine

£500-600

George II, Halfcrown, 1735 OCTAVO, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 598; S.3692), almost very fine, scarce

£200-250

1019 1019

George II, Shillings (2), 1728, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plain angles (ESC 1191; S.3699) nearly very fine, rare, 1741, roses in angles (ESC 1202; S.3701), good fine (2)

£180-220

1020 1020

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George II, Sixpence, 1728, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 1605; S.3706), lustre, very fine

£130-180


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George II, Sixpence, 1741, laureate, draped and cuirassed young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 1613; S.3708), toned, nearly extremely fine

1022

1022

1023

£200-250

1023

George II, young head Farthing, 1734, rev. Britannia (Peck 861; S.3720), a few minor spots, extensive lustre, almost extremely fine

£100-130

George II, Two-Guineas, 1739, intermediate laureate bust left, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 293; S.3668), very fine

£800-1,000

1024 1024 (x1.5) 1024

George II, Guinea, 1745, intermediate laureate head left, LIMA below, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 320; S.3679), polished, ex mount, otherwise good very fine, rare

£600-800

1025 1025

George II, Half-Guinea, 1739, intermediate laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 349; S.3681A), nearly very fine

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1026

George II, Half-Guinea, 1760 (MCE 366; S.3685), ex mount, fine, George III (2), HalfGuinea, 1803, sixth laureate head, rev. shield within Garter, crown above (MCE 441; S.3736), very fine, Third-Guinea, 1806, second laureate head right, rev. crown (MCE 457; S.3740), very fine (3)

£350-450

1027 1027

George II, Crown, 1746 DECIMO NONO, laureate, cuirassed and draped old bust right, LIMA below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 125; S.3689), mark in fourth quarter on reverse, good very fine

£700-900

1028 1028

1029

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George II, Halfcrown, 1745 DECIMO NONO, laureate, draped and cuirassed old bust left, LIMA below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 605; S.3695), stain by face, extremely fine

£400-500

George II, Halfcrown, 1745 DECIMO NONO, laureate, draped and cuirassed old bust left, LIMA below (ESC 605; S.3695), edges filed, good fine, Shilling, 1745 LIMA, similar (ESC 1205; S.3703), good fine, Sixpence, 1746 LIMA, similar (ESC 1618; S.3710A), good fine (3)

£100-120


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1030 1030

1031

1032

1033

George II, Halfcrown, 1750 VICESIMO QVARTO, laureate, cuirassed and draped old bust right, below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 125; S.3689), extremely fine

£1,000-1,200

George II, Shilling, 1747, laureate, draped and cuirassed old bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 1209; S.3702), good very fine

£130-160

George II, Shilling, 1750 laureate, draped and cuirassed old bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1210; S.3704), toned, very fine

£80-100

George II, old bust Shillings (2), laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1213; S.3704), one very fine, the other lustrous, almost extremely fine, Sixpences (2), 1757, 1758, similar (ESC 1622, 1623; S.3711), the 1757, good very fine, the other very fine (4)

£150-180

1034 1034

Isle of Man, Earl of Derby coinage, second issue, 1733, Penny, eagle on cap, interior frosted, rev. triskelion (S.7408), fine, Halfpennies (2) (S.7409), fair, James Murray coinage, 1758, Penny, crowned monogram, rev. triskelion (S.7411), fine, Halfpenny, similar (S.7412), good fine (5)

£150-200

1035

1035

x1036

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1769, third laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 374; S.3729), traces of mount, mark on chest, nearly very fine, scarce

£200-300

George III, Guinea, 1776, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 381; S.3728), fine

£300-400

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George III, Guinea, 1777, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 382; S.3728), a few light marks, good extremely fine, a pleasing example catalogued as proof in 1942

£900-1,100

PROVENANCE: Marshall, Spink auction 167, 31 March 2004, lot 168 SNC, July 1942, no.15378 £6-0-0 (‘Brilliant proof FDC’) With Marshall ticket

1038

1038

x1039

1040

1039

1040

George III, Guinea, 1777, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 382; S.3728), nearly very fine, scarce

£250-300

George III, Guinea, 1788, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 392; S.3729), good very fine

£400-450

George III, Guinea, 1798, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 402; S.3729), good very fine, scarce

£300-350

1041 1041 (x1.5)

1041

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£2,200-2,500


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x1043

x1044

1043

George III, Half-Guinea, 1776, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 419; S.3734), very fine

£400-500

George III, Half-Guinea, 1789, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 429; S.3735), very fine

£350-400

George III, Half-Guinea, 1791, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 431; S.3735), nearly very fine

£300-350

1045 x1045

1046

x1047

1046

x1049

£250-300

George III, Half-Guinea, 1796, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 435; S.3735), very fine

£200-250

George III, Half-Guinea, 1797, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 436; S.3735), very fine

£300-350

x1051

1052

1049

George III, Half-Guinea, 1803, sixth laureate head right, rev. shield in Garter (MCE 441; S.3736), very fine

£200-250

George III, Half-Guinea, 1804, seventh laureate head right, rev. shield in Garter (MCE 442; S.3737), very fine

£200-250

1050 x1050

1047

George III, Half-Guinea, 1793, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 432; S.3735), nearly very fine

1048 x1048

1044

1051

1052

George III, Half-Guinea, 1806, seventh laureate head right, rev. shield in Garter (MCE 443; S.3736), good very fine

£250-300

George III, Half-Guinea, 1806, seventh laureate head right, rev. shield in Garter (MCE 443; S.3737), nearly very fine

£200-250

George III, Half-Guinea, 1811, seventh laureate head right, rev. shield in Garter (MCE 447; S.3737), good very fine

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x1053

George III, pattern Third-Guinea, 1776, by Richard Yeo, laureate head right, rev. lion on crown, plain edge (WR 137), traces of flaws as is common with these patterns, some lustre around the edges, very fine, rare

1054

x1054

x1055

1053 (x1.5)

£600-800

1055

1054 (x1.5)

George III, Third-Guinea, 1797, first laureate head right, rev. crown (MCE 449; S.3738), extremely fine

£300-350

George III, Third-Guinea, 1797, first laureate head right, rev. crown (MCE 449; S.3738), good very fine

£200-250

1056

1057 1057 (x1.5)

x1056

x1057

George III, Third-Guinea, 1799, first laureate head right, rev. crown (MCE 451; S.3738), good fine

£200-250

George III, Third-Guinea, 1801, first laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 453; S.3739), extremely fine

£300-350

1058 x1058

x1059

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George III, Third-Guinea, 1802, first laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 453; S.3739), very fine

£150-200

George III, Third-Guinea, 1803, first laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 455; S.3739), very fine

£150-200


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George III, Third-Guinea, 1804, second laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 456; S.3740), extremely fine, toned and lustrous

£300-400

1062

1061 1061 (x1.5) x1061

x1062

George III, Third-Guinea, 1808, second laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 458; S.3740), extremely fine

£200-250

George III, Third-Guinea, 1809, second laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 459; S.3740), good very fine

£150-200

1063 1063 (x1.5) x1063

George III, Third-Guinea, 1810, second laureate head right, rev. date below crown (MCE 460; S.3740), small metal flaw on reverse otherwise extremely fine

£250-300

1064 1064 (x1.5)

x1064

George III, Quarter-Guinea, 1762, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 463; S.3741), marks on edge, very fine

£150-200

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1065 1065

1066

George III, ‘Northumberland’ Shilling, 1763, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1214; S.3742), very fine

£400-500

George III, Shilling, 1787, with hearts (ESC 1216; S.3746), very fine, Sixpences, 1787 (3), with hearts (2), without (1) (ESC 1629, 1626; S.3749, 3748), one toned, good very fine - extremely fine (4)

£100-130

1067

1068

1067

George III, Maundy set, 1795 (ESC 2420; S.3764), good very fine (4)

£150-180

1068

George III, Bank of England issues, Dollar, 1804, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, no stop after REX, top leaf to centre of E, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon (ESC 164; S.3768), traces of host coin, extremely fine

£350-450

1069 1069

1070

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1070

George III, Bank of England issues, Dollar, 1804, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon (ESC 144; S.3768), sometime cleaned, almost extremely fine

£250-350

George III, Bank of England issues, Dollar, 1804, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon (ESC 144; S.3768), very fine

£180-220


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George III, Bank of England issues, Dollar, 1804, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon (ESC 144; S.3768), traces of the undertype, very fine

1072

1072

1073

£150-200

1073

George III, Bank of England issues, Dollar, 1804, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon (ESC 144; S.3768), nearly very fine

£100-130

George III, Bank of England issues, Dollar, 1804, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, no stop after REX, top leaf to centre of letter E, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon (ESC 164; S.3768), nearly very fine

£130-180

1074

1074

George III, Three Shilling Bank Tokens (2), 1811, laureate cuirassed bust right, rev. wreath (ESC 408; S.3769), extremely fine, 1812, laureate head right, rev. wreath (ESC 416; S.3770), good very fine (2)

£150-180

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1076

1077

1078

George III, Three Shilling Bank Token, 1813, laureate head right, rev. wreath (ESC 421; S.3770), almost extremely fine

£120-140

George III, Three Shilling Bank Tokens (3), 1812, laureate cuirassed bust right, rev. wreath (ESC 415; S.3769), nearly very fine, 1814, 1815, laureate head right, rev. wreath (ESC 422, 423; S.3770), very fine (3)

£130-160

George III, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Tokens (2), 1811, 1813, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. wreath (ESC 968, 971; S.3771), the first, graffiti in obverse field, almost extremely fine, the second very fine (2)

£80-100

Isle of Man, George III, first issue 1786 (2), Penny, Halfpenny (S.74213, 7414), the first good fine, the second fair, second Soho issue, Pennies (2), 1708, 1813, Halfpennies (2), 1798, 1813 (S.7415, 7416), fair-fine, Victoria, Penny, Halfpenny, Farthing, all 1839 (S.7417, 7418, 7419), about fine, Halfpenny Bank Token, poor (10)

£80-100

1079 1079

George III, Soho coinage, copper proof ‘cartwheel’ Penny, 1797, laureate bust right, rev. Britannia seated left (S.3777), extremely fine

£400-500

1080 1080

1081

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George III, Soho coinage, ‘cartwheel’ Twopence, 1797, laureate bust right, rev. Britannia seated left (S.3776), good very fine

£200-250

George III, Soho coinage, Pennies (2), 1797, 10 leaves (S.3777), very fine, 1806 (S.3780), spot on obverse, nearly extremely fine (2)

£50-60


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1082 1082

1083

1083

Isle of Man, Penny Bank Token, Castletown, 1811, BANK TOKEN within inner circle, ISLE OF MAN 1811 around, rev. Triskelion, QVOCVNQVE IECERIS STABIT around (Withers 2070), edge crack in flan, lustre, extremely fine

£60-80

Isle of Man, George III, Penny, 1813, laureate bust right, rev. triskelion (S.7415), good very fine

£80-100

1084 1084

1085

George III, Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (MCE 464; Marsh 1; S.3785), about extremely fine

£1,100-1,300

George III, Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (MCE 464; Marsh 1; S.3785), about fine

£200-250

1086 x1086

x1087

1085

1087

George III, Sovereign, 1820, open 2, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (MCE 466; Marsh 4; S.3785C), good very fine

£500-600

George III, Sovereign, 1820, open 2, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 4; S.3785C), very fine

£400-500

1088 1088 (x1.5) 1088

George III, Half-Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 467; S.3786), extremely fine, a good early strike with brilliance

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1089 1089

1090

George III, Half-Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 467; S.3786), some scuffs, otherwise about extremely fine

£180-220

George III, Crown, 1818 LIX, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 214; S.3787), very fine

£60-80

1091 1091

1092

George III, Crown, 1819 LIX, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 215; S.3787), light rub on the highpoints, good extremely fine with lustre

£350-450

George III, Crowns (2), 1819 LIX, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 215; S.3787), ex mount, very fine, 1820 LX, similar (ESC 219; S.3787), very fine, Bank of England issues, Three Shilling Token, 1814 (ESC 422; S.3770), very fine (3)

£60-80

1093 1093 (x1.5) 1093

1094

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George III, proof Halfcrown, 1816, large laureate head head right, rev. crowned shield, plain edge (ESC 615; S.3788), some hairlines on the brilliant surfaces, good extremely fine, grey tone, rare

£2,000-2,500

George III, Halfcrown, 1817, large laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 616; S.3788), good very fine, Anne, post-Union, Sixpence, 1707, Edinburgh (ESC 1588; S.3620), fine (2)

£100-130


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1095 1095

1096

1097

George III, Halfcrown, 1817, large laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 616; S.3788), very fine, George IV, Halfcrowns (2), 1821, laureate first bust left, rev. crowned shield, emblems around (ESC 631; S.3807), marks, very fine, 1823, second reverse (ESC 634; S.3808), nearly very fine (3)

£200-250

George III, Shilling, 1816 (ESC 1228; S.3790), scratch in front of bust, extremely fine, George IV, Shillings (2), 1825, 1826 (ESC 1254, 1257; S.3812), one very fine, the other extremely fine, William IV, Shilling, 1836 (ESC 1273; S.3835), very fine (4)

£140-180

George III, Sixpence, 1816, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 1630; S.3791), extremely fine, attractively toned

£40-50

1098 1098

1099

George III, Sixpences (2), 1818, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 1634; S.3791), uncirculated, 1816 (ESC 1630; S.37910, good very fine, George IV, Sixpence, 1821, laureate first head left, rev. crowned shield, emblems around (ESC 1654; S.3813), uncirculated (3)

£250-350

George IV (1820-30), Two-Pounds, 1823, large bare head left, rev. St George and dragon (MCE 470; S.3798), a few marks in fields, good very fine

£700-900

1100 1100

x1101

1102

1099

1101

George IV, Sovereign, 1821, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 5; S.3800), some marks, almost extremely fine

£700-800

George IV, Sovereign, 1821, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon (MCE 471; Marsh 5; S.3800), very fine

£400-500

George IV, Half-Sovereign, 1823, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 484; S.3803), edge damage, fine, George III, Half-Guinea, 1801, sixth laureate head right, rev. shield within Garter, crown above (MCE 439; S.3736), ex mount, good very fine (2)

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1103 1103

George IV, Crown, 1821 SECUNDO, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 246; S.3805), dark steel grey tone, extremely fine

£600-800

1104 1104

George IV, Halfcrowns, 1820 (2), laureate first head right, rev. crowned shield, emblems around (ESC 628; S.3807), light marks on obverse, nearly extremely fine, similar, very fine (2)

£150-200

1105 1105

George IV, Sovereign, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (Marsh 11; S.3801), very fine

1106 1106

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1108

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£400-450

1107

George IV, Sovereign, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (Marsh 10; S.3801), nearly very fine

£280-340

George IV, Half-Sovereign, 1828, bare head left, rev. crowned shield (MCE 488; S.3804), very fine

£250-300

George IV, Halfcrowns (2), 1825, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned shield (S.3809), about very fine, William IV, Halfcrowns (3) 1834, 1836 (2) (S.3834), fine (5)

£80-100


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George IV, Maundy set, 1829 (ESC 2434; S.3816), stains on the Penny, about extremely fine (4)

£100-120

1110 1110

1111

George IV, Pennies (2), 1825 (Peck 1420; S.3825), very fine, 1826 (Peck 1422; S.3823), extremely fine, Halfpennies, 1826 (Peck 1433; S.3824), good very fine, 1827 (Peck 1438; S.3824), nearly extremely fine (4)

£200-250

William IV (1830-37), Sovereign, 1831, head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 489; Marsh 16; S.3829), ex mount, fine

£250-350

1112 1112

William IV, Half-Sovereign, 1837, bare head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 498; S.3831), very fine

£300-350

1113 1113

William IV, impaired proof Crown, 1831, head right, W. W. on truncation, rev. crowned shield within mantle, edge plain (ESC 271; S.3833), only issued in sets, fine, very rare

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1114 (x1.5)

1114

1115

1116

William IV, proof Halfcrown, 1831, bare head right, block script W W on truncation, rev. crowned shield within mantle, edge plain (ESC 657; S.3834A), light cabinet friction on high points, toned, uncirculated, rare

£1,000-1,400

William IV, Halfcrown, 1834, bare head right, W.W. in script on truncation, rev. crowned shield within mantle (ESC 662; S.3834), good very fine, George III, Soho coinage, Twopence, 1797 (S.3776), edge knocks, marks, about very fine (2)

£100-130

William IV, Sixpence, 1831, bare head right, rev. value in wreath (ESC 1670; S.3836), stain, prooflike, a few hairlines, about uncirculated

£80-100

1117

1117

1118

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William IV, Groat, 1837, bare head right, rev. Britannia (ESC 1837; S.3837), toned, good extremely fine, Victoria, old head Florin, 1893 (ESC 876; S.3939), almost uncirculated (2)

£130-150

William IV, Farthings (4), 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837 (S.3848), surface dirt, very fine- extremely fine, Victoria, ‘bun’ head Farthings (6), 1860 toothed border, 1861, 1862, 1864, 1865, 1891 (S.3858), some with lustre, generally good very fine - extremely fine (10)

£150-200


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1120

1121

Victoria (1837-1901), Sovereign, 1838, head left, rev. crowned shield (Marsh 22; S.3852), about very fine

£600-800

Victoria, young head Sovereign, 1863, die 10, rev. crowned shield (Marsh 48; S.3852D), nearly very fine

£180-220

Victoria, young head Sovereigns (3), 1871, Sydney, rev. wreath (S.3855), very fine, 1853, rev. wreath (S.3852C), fine, 1886, rev. St George and dragon (S.3857C), good very fine (3)

£300-350

1122

1122 (x1.5)

1122

Victoria, proof Sovereign, 1871, young head left, raised WW buried in truncation, rev. St George and dragon, plain edge (S.3856; WR 315), small mark in front of neck, otherwise good extremely fine, very rare

£3,000-3,500

1123 1123

Victoria, young head Sovereign, 1881, Melbourne, rev. crowned shield within wreath (Marsh 62; S.3854), good extremely fine, scarce

£400-500

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1124 (x2) Victoria, proof Sovereign, 1887, young head left, hair bound by two plain fillets, WW in relief on truncation, rev. shield, straight milled edge, 8.03g (WR 331), a few minor hairlines on brilliant surfaces, uncirculated, extremely rare

1124

1125

£15,000-20,000

1126 1126 (x1.5)

1125

Victoria, young head Half-Sovereign, 1846, rev. crowned shield (S.3859), good extremely fine

£300-400

1126

Victoria, young head Half-Sovereign, 1857, rev. crowned garnished shield (S.3859), uncirculated

£500-600

1127 1127

1128

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Victoria, young head Crown, 1844 VIII, rev. crowned shield within wreath, edge, inscribed, cinquefoil stops (ESC 281; S.3882), nearly very fine

£150-200

Victoria, young head Crown 1844 VIII, star stops (ESC 280; S.3882), fine, Jubilee head Crown, 1889 (S.3921), fine, old head Crown, 1893 LVI (S.3937), fine, Jubilee head, Double-Florin, 1887, Arabic 1 (S.3923), extremely fine (4)

£80-100


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1130

Victoria, young head Crown, 1845 VIII, rev. crowned shield within wreath, edge, inscribed, no star or cinquefoil stops (S.3882), some time cleaned, very fine, unusual

£150-180

Victoria, Crowns (7), young head, 1847 XI, Jubilee head, 1887, 1889, 1890, old head 1893 LVII, 1899 LXIII, 1900 LXIII (S.3882, 3921, 3937), the 1887 good very fine, the others, fine, DoubleFlorins (4), 1887 (2), 1889, 1890 (S.2923), very fine - almost extremely fine (11)

£150-200

1131 1131

1132

1132

Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847 UNDECIMO, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angles (ESC 288; S.3883), extremely fine

£1,000-1,200

Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847 UNDECIMO, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angle (ESC 288; S.3883), ex mount, very fine

£300-400

1133 1133 (x1.5) 1133

Victoria, proof young head Halfcrown, 1839, rev. crowned shield, edge plain (ESC 670; S.3887), toned light surface marks on obverse, good extremely fine, rare

£1,800-2,200

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Victoria, young head Halfcrown, 1840, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 673; S.3887), sometime cleaned, good very fine

£180-220

1135 1135

Victoria, young head Halfcrowns (2), 1877, 1878, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 700, 701; S.3889), about extremely fine (2)

£200-250

1136 1136

Victoria, young head Halfcrowns (2), 1874, 1881, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 693, 707; S.3889), extremely fine (2)

£200-250

1137 1137

1138

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Victoria, young head Halfcrowns (2), 1880, 1883, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 705, 711; S.3889), good very fine (2)

£100-150

Victoria, young head Halfcrown, 1885, rev. value within wreath (ESC 713; S.3889), extremely fine

£100-140


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Victoria, Halfcrowns (9), young head (4), 1846, 1884, 1886, 1887 (S.3888, 3889), fine, the 1887 better, Jubilee head (3), 1887, 1889, 1892 (S.3924), fine - very fine, old head (2), 1894, 1899 (S.3938), very fine (9)

1140 1140

1141

1142

£100-130

1141

Victoria, ‘Godless’ Florin, 1849, Gothic bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angles (ESC 802; S.3890), toned, almost uncirculated

£200-250

Victoria, ‘Godless’ Florin, 1849, Gothic bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angles (ESC 802; S.3890), toned, extremely fine

£120-150

Victoria, Florins (2), ‘Godless’ type, 1849 (ESC 802; S.3890), very fine, Gothic type, 1879 (S.3897), about very fine (2)

£60-80

1143

1143

Victoria, ‘Gothic’ Florins (2), 1860 (ESC 819; S.3891), nearly extremely fine, 1879 (S.3898), very fine (2)

£120-150

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1145

Victoria, Gothic Florins (2), 1872, die 41 (ESC 837; S.3893), very fine, 1877 die 25 (ESC 846; S.3893), good very fine (2)

£100-150

Victoria, Florins (16), ‘Godless’ type 1849 (S.3890), fine, Gothic (5) (S.3891, 3893, 3900), generally fair- fine, one better, Jubilee head (3) (S.3925), very fine - about extremely fine, old head (7) (S.3935), fine - very fine, one better (16)

£200-300

1146 1146 (x1.5) 1146

Victoria, proof Gothic Florin, 1887, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, border of 46 arcs, edge milled (ESC 867 - R6; S.3901), lightly toned, mint state, extremely rare

£1,500-1,800

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1147 1147 (x1.5) 1147

1148

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Victoria, proof young head Shilling, 1839, no W.W., rev. value within wreath, edge plain (ESC 1284; S.3904), a few light marks, good extremely fine, rare

£350-450

Victoria, young head Shillings (4), 1839 no W.W., 1853, 1859, 1881, rev. shield within wreath (ESC 1283, 1300, 1307, 1338; S.3904, 3907), the 1839 and 1859, good very fine, the others extremely fine (4)

£200-300


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1150

1150

Victoria, young head Shilling, 1842, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1288; S.3904), almost uncirculated

£200-250

Victoria, young head Shilling, 1857, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1305; S.3904), brilliance, almost uncirculated

£200-240

1152

1151 1151

1152

Victoria, young head Shilling, 1858, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1306; S.3904), almost uncirculated, scarce

£120-160

Victoria, young head Shilling, 1869 die 3, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1319; S.3906A), uncirculated, rare

£200-250

1153 1153

Victoria, young head Shillings (4), 1873 die 50, 1880, 1884, 1886, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1325, 1335, 1343, 1347; S.3906A, 3907), the 1886 good very fine, the others, extremely fine (4)

£200-250

1154 1154

Victoria, young head Shillings (2), 1877 die 44, 1883, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1329, 1342; S.3906A, 3907), extremely fine (2)

£140-180

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1156

1157

1158

1159

1160

x1161

1162

Victoria, proof young head Sixpence, 1839, no W.W., rev. value within wreath, edge plain (ESC 1685; S.3908), some marks, extremely fine, rare

£200-300

Victoria, young head Sixpences (5), 1844, 1846, 1851, 1853, 1857, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1690, 1692, 1696, 1698, 1705; S.3908), the 1844 and 1851, good very fine, the others, extremely fine (5)

£200-250

Victoria, young head Shillings (3), 1852, 1860, 1886, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1299, 1308, 1347; S.3904, 3907), very fine - good very fine (3)

£100-120

Victoria, Sixpences (6), young head, 1858 (ESC 1706; S.3908), good very fine, Jubilee head (3), 1887, 1890, 1891 (ESC 1754; 1758, 1759), the 1887, extremely fine, the others, toned, uncirculated, old head (2), 1893, 1897 (ESC 1762, 1767), good extremely fine (6)

£150-180

Victoria, young head Sixpences (4), 1872 die 4, 1875 die 29, 1876 die 18, 1886, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1726, 1729, 1730, 1748; S.3910, 3912), generally extremely fine, the 1886 better, the 1876 scarce (4)

£200-300

Victoria, young head Sixpence, 1887, rev. wreath (ESC 1750; S.3912), stained, otherwise about uncirculated

£100-120

Victoria, Jubilee head Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, both 1887 (S.3866, 3869), good very fine (2)

£300-350

Victoria, Crowns (2), Jubilee head, 1891, old head 1895 LVIII (S.3921, 3937), fine - nearly very fine, George V, Jubilee, 1935 (3) (S.4048), very fine, George VI, 1937 (2), 1951 (3) (S.4078, 4111) extremely fine, others (5), Elizabeth II, generally about extremely fine (15)

£50-70

1163

1163

1164

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Victoria, Jubilee head Halfcrown, 1892, rev. crowned shield in garter and collar (ESC 725; S.3924), extremely fine, scarce

£60-80

Victoria, Shillings (3), Jubilee head (4) (S.3926, 3927), Old head (9) (S.3940, 3940A), Sixpences (8), Jubilee head (3) (S.3928, 3929), old head (5) (S.3941), Threepences (10), Jubilee head (3) (S.3931), old head (7) (S.3942), generally fair - very fine, one or two better (31)

£80-100


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1166

1167

Victoria, Jubilee head Maundy set, 1889 (ESC 2504; S.3932), light hairlines, good extremely fine (4)

£100-120

Victoria, old head Sovereign, 1899 (S.3874), fine, Edward VII (2), Sovereign 1902 (S.3969), very fine, Half-Sovereign, 1908 (S.3974B), nearly very fine (3)

£300-350

Victoria, old head Crowns (3), 1893 LVI, 1896 LX, 1897 LXI, rev. St George and dragon (S.3937), very fine (3)

£100-120

1168

1168

Victoria, old head Crowns (2), 1897 LX, 1900 LXIV, rev. St George and dragon (S.3937), the first, stain above head, good very fine, the second, extremely fine (2)

£130-160

1169 1169

Victoria, old head Halfcrowns (5), 1893, 1896, 1897, 1900, 1901, rev. crowned shield (ESC 727, 730, 731, 734, 735; S.3938), extremely fine - good extremely fine (5)

£150-200

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Victoria, young head Penny, 1841, rev. Britannia (Peck 1480; S.3948), lustre, extremely fine

1171

Victoria, young head Pennies (5), 1845, 1847, 1854, 1855, 1858/7 (S.3948), very fine - good very fine, young head Halfpennies (3), 1838, 1852, 1858 (S.3949), the 1852, traces of lustre, extremely fine, the others very fine, young head Farthing, 1859 (S.3950), very fine (9)

1172

Victoria, young head Penny, 1848/7, rev. Britannia (Peck 1495; S.3948), extremely fine

1173

Victoria, young head Penny, 1849, rev. Britannia (Peck 1497; S.3948), good very fine, rare

1174

1175

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£80-100

1173

1172

1174

£100-130

£80-100 £500-600

1175

Victoria, young head Penny, 1851, rev. Britannia (Peck 1499; S.3948), extensive lustre, good extremely fine

£120-160

Victoria, young head Halfpenny, 1848/7, rev. Britannia (Peck 1532; S.3949), spot by neck, extensive lustre, good extremely fine

£100-120


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1176 1176

1177

1178

Victoria, young head Halfpennies (2), 1846, rev. Britannia (Peck 1530; S.3949), extensive lustre, good extremely fine, 1853, similar (Peck 1539; S.3949), full lustre, pleasing, uncirculated (2)

£140-180

Victoria, young head Halfpennies (3) 1858/7 (Peck 1548; S.3949), lacquered, stain on reverse, extensive lustre, otherwise uncirculated, 1854, with dots (Peck 1542; S.3949), traces of lustre, extremely fine, 1855, with dots (Peck 1543; S.3949), about uncirculated (3)

£100-120

Victoria, Farthing fractions (8), Half-Farthings (4), 1843, 1844 (2), 1853 (S.3951), good very fine - extremely fine, Third-Farthings (3), 1868, 1883, 1885 (S.3960), one cleaned, very fineextremely fine, Quarter-Farthing, 1853 (S.3953), fine; George IV, Half-Farthing, 1828 (S.3826), fine (9)

£80-100

1179

1179

1180

1181

1182

1183

1184

Victoria, ‘bun’ head Penny, 1879, obverse 9, reverse J, laureate head left, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1715; F.97; G. M/k; S.3954), extremely fine

£100-120

Victoria, ‘bun’ head Penny, 1885, dies 12+N (Peck 1735; G. R/r; F.121; S.3954), light stains on reverse in places, extensive lustre, good extremely fine

£50-70

Victoria, ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (4), 1860, beaded borders (F.258; S.3956), lustre, nearly extremely fine; 1861, 15 leaves, no LCW (F.272; S.3956), lustrous, extremely fine, 1887 (F.358; S.3956), good very fine, 1888 (F.359; S.3956), extensive lustre, small spot on bust, good extremely fine (4)

£100-150

Victoria, ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (7), 1860, beaded border, dies 1+A (F.258; S.3956), 1862, dies 7+G (F.282; S.3956), 1863, large 3, dies 7+G (F.292; S.3956), 1891, dies 15+O (F.364; S.3956), 1892 dies 17+S (F.366; S.3956), 1893, dies 17+S (F.368; S.3956), 1894, dies 17+S (F.370; S.3956), generally about extremely fine, some better (7)

£150-200

Victoria, old head (7), Pennies (4), 1895, 1896, 1897, 1901 (S.3961), the 1895, about uncirculated, the others, lustrous, good extremely fine, Halfpennies (3), 1895, 1900, 1901 (S.3962), lustrous, extremely fine (7)

£60-80

Victoria, old head Penny, 1901, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3961), uncirculated

£20-30

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Edward VII (1901-10), matt proof Two-Pounds, 1902, head right, rev. George and dragon (S.3968), extremely fine

1186 1186

x1187

1187

Edward VII, matt proof Sovereign, 1902, head right, rev. St George and dragon (S.3969), slight friction on the highpoints, uncirculated

£250-350

Edward VII, matt proof Half-Sovereign, 1902, head right, rev. St George and dragon (S.3974), extremely fine

£200-250

1188 1188

1189

£600-800

1189

Edward VII, Crown, 1902, head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 361; S.3978), a few marks, extremely fine

£120-150

Edward VII, Crown, 1902, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon (S.3978), about extremely fine

£100-120

1190 1190

1191

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Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1902, bare head right, rev. crowned shield (S.3980), almost uncirculated Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1903, bare head right, rev. crowned shield (S.3980), very good, rare

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Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1904, bare head right, rev. crowned shield (S.3980), very fine

£130-160

1193 1193

Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1905, bare head right, rev. crowned shield (S.3980), about fine, rare

£200-250

1194

Edward VII, Halfcrowns (12), 1904, 1906 (2), 1907 (3), 1908, 1909 (4), 1910 (S.3980), generally fine (12)

£120-150

Edward VII, Florins (4), 1903, 1904, 1905, 1909 (S.3981), generally fine - good fine, the 1905 rare, George V, Florins (3), 1911, 1913, 1917 (S. 4012), extremely fine- good extremely fine (7)

£100-150

Edward VII, Florins (4), 1902, 1906, 1907, 1908 (S.3981), one very fine, the others fine, Shilling, 1904 (S.3982), very fine, George V, Halfcrowns (7), 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1919 (S.4011), fine - very fine, Florins (4), 1912, 1914, 1915, 1916 (S.4012), fine - very fine (16)

£80-100

Edward VII, Shillings (9) (S.3982), generally fine, three good very fine, Sixpences (9) (S.3983), generally about fine- very fine, Threepences (7) (S.3984), generally fine, one better, George V, Shillings (9) (S.4013), fine - very fine, Sixpences (10) (S.4014), fine - very fine, Threepences (10) (S.4015), fine - very fine, one of two better (54)

£100-150

1195

1196

1197

1198 1198

Edward VII, Maundy set, 1908 (ESC 2534; S.3985), uncirculated (4)

1199

Edward VII, Penny, 1902, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), uncirculated

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1202

1203

George V (1910-36), Sovereign, Bombay, 1918, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon (S.3998), extremely fine

£200-220

George V, Halfcrowns (26), 1921, 1922, 1923 (2), 1924, 1925, this very fine, scarce, 1926, 1927 (2), 1928 (2), 1929 (2), 1930 (6), these fine, rare date. 1931 (3), 1932, 1933, 1934 (S.4021A, 4032, 4037), generally fine - about very fine, one or two better, Florins (12) 1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, this about very fine, scarce, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1933 (3), 1935 (S.4022, 4022A, 4038), generally fine - very fine (38)

£120-150

George V, Halfcrowns (2), 1920, 1935 (S.4021; 4037), almost uncirculated, Florin, 1926 (S.4022A), about uncirculated (3)

£60-80

George V, Shillings (13), 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927 (2), 1928, 1929, 1931, 1933 (2), 1934, 1935, 1936 (S.4023A, 4033, 4039), generally very fine, some better, Sixpences (23), 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923 (2), 1924, 1925, 1926 (3), 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 (4), generally fine - very fine, some better, the 1931 almost uncirculated, Threepences (19) (S.4026; 4035, 4042), fine - good very fine, some better (56)

£100-140

1204 1204

1205

George V, proof ‘wreath’ Crown, 1927, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 367; S.4036), uncirculated

£200-250

George V, proof ‘wreath’ Crown, 1927, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 367; S.4036), extremely fine

£180-220

1206 1206

1207 www.spink.com

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1207

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1928, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 368; S.4036), extremely fine George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1928, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 368; S.4036), good very fine

£180-220

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1209

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1929, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 369; S.4036), good very fine

£200-250

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1929, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 369; S.4036), extremely fine

£250-300

1210 1210

1211

1213

1211

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1930, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 370; S.4036), good very fine George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1930, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 370; S.4036), extremely fine

1212 1212

1209

£180-220

£200-250

1213

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1930, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 370; S.4036), marks on neck, otherwise, extremely fine

£200-250

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1931, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 371; S.4036), extremely fine

£250-300

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1215

1214

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1931, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 371; S.4036), very fine

£150-200

1215

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1932, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 372; S.4036), extremely fine, scarce

£400-500

1216 1216

1217

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1932, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 372; S.4036), extremely fine, scarce

£400-500

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1933, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 373; S.4036), extremely fine, scarce

£240-280

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1218

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1219

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1933, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 373; S.4036), about extremely fine, scarce

£180-220

George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1934, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 374; S.4036), about very fine, rare

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George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1934, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 374; S.4036), very fine, rare

£1,500-1,800

1221 1221

1222

1223

1224

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George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1936, head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 381; S.4036), extremely fine

£400-500

George V, Halfcrowns, 1930 (7) (S.4037), generally fine, rare, Florin, 1930 (S.4038), good very fine, scarce (8)

£60-80

George VI (1936-52), Halfcrowns (9) (S.4080), extremely fine - uncirculated, Florins (8) (S.4081), extremely fine - uncirculated (17)

£80-100

George VI, Shillings (15) (S.4082, 4083), extremely fine - uncirculated, Sixpences (10) (S.4084), very fine - extremely fine, silver Threepences (16) (S.4085), very fine and better, Maundy oddments, Fourpence, 1939, Penny, 1937 (S.4087, 4090), very fine (43)

£100-130

Elizabeth II (1952- ), proof Sovereigns, 1980 (2), bust right, rev. St George and dragon (4204), both brilliant uncirculated (2)

£400-450

1226 1226

Elizabeth II, Maundy set, 1957 (ESC 2574; S.4131), uncirculated (4)

£100-120

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1228

1229

1230

1231

1232

1233

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Miscellaneous, Anne silver Coronation medal, fair, George III, Soho Twopence 1797, edge knocks, fine, Three Shilling Bank Token, 1812 (S.3769), stained, good fine, Victoria, Crown 1889, about fine, Double-Florin, 1887, Arabic 1, good very fine, along with Groats (21), George IV (1), William IV (3), Victoria (17), including 1851, generally fair - about fine (26)

£80-100

Miscellaneous, Shillings (16), George IV (4) (S.3811, 3812), fair - fine, one better, William IV (2) (S.3835), one poor, one fine, Victoria, young head (10) (S.3902, 3904, 3905, 3906A, 3907), generally fine - very fine (16)

£130-180

Miscellaneous, Sixpences (20), George IV, 1826 (S.3815), fine, William IV (4) (S.3836), generally fine, Victoria, young head (15) (S.3908, 3909, 3910, 3911, 3912), generally fine very fine, some better (20) Miscellaneous, minor silver denominations (29), William IV (4), Groats (2) (S.3837), Threepence (S.3838), Three-Halfpence (S.3839), Victoria (26), Groats (9), young head (8) (S.3913), Jubilee head, 1888 (S.3930), Threepences (12), young head (10) (S.3914A, 3014B, 3914C, 3914D), Jubilee head (2) (S.3931), Three-Halfpence (4) (S.3915), generally fine - very fine, some better (29)

£100-120

Miscellaneous, British Æ coins, seventeenth - twentieth centuries, various denominations, Copper (approx. 40), bronze (approx. 50), Brass threepences (13), others, mainly world coins (9), mixed grades (lot)

£200-300

Modern proof sets (17), Great Britain (10), 1972, 1973, 1974 (4), 1975 (2), 1976, 1981; Guernsey (2), 1956 double set, 1966; New Zealand (2), 1969, 1970; Switzerland (2), 1982, 1983; U.S.A., 1971, and silver uncirculated set 1976, all in cases or packets of issue; other Crown size coins (15), mint sets (5), and approx. 100 various modern commemorative coins and medals (lot)

£80-100

Miscellaneous, British CuNi coins, George VI (13), Halfcrown (2), Florins (5), Shillings (6), Sixpences (7), Elizabeth II (39), Halfcrowns (10), including 1954, this uncirculated, Florins (7), Shillings (12), Sixpences (10), including 1964 mistrike, generally good very fine uncirculated (52)

£80-100

Miscellaneous 19th and 20th century, coins, tokens and small medals, in silver (325) and base metal (many hundreds), of Great Britain, Irish Free State and the Republic of Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands, collected by date so with almost no duplication, very mixed condition (lot)

£300-500

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You can also bid real time on Spinklive. Just visit www.spink.com to register

Written Bids Form This form should be sent or faxed to be received by Spink Commission Bids Office in advance of the sale. References should be supplied in good time to be taken up before the sale. Bids received later than one hour before the start of the sale may not be processed.

69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET Tel: (020) 7563 4020/4005 Fax: (020) 7563 4037

Sale Title

Date

Code Name

Sale No.

Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

Wednesday 22 June at 10.00 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. and Thursday 23 June at 10.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m.

YUAN

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I request Spink, without legal obligations of any kind on its part, to bid on the following Lots up to the price given below. I understand that if my bid is successful the Purchase Price payable will be the sum of the final bid and a Premium at the Rates of Premium as a percentage of the final bid (together with any VAT chargeable on the final bid and the Premium). The Rate of Premium is 20% of the final hammer price of each lot; VAT is chargeable on the purchase price of daggered (†) and (Ω) lots at the standard rate (currently 20%), and on lots marked (x) at the reduced rate (currently 5% on the hammer and 20% on the premium). VAT on Margin Scheme lots is payable at 20% on the premium only. All bids shall be treated as offers made on the Terms and Conditions of Buyers printed in the catalogue. I also understand that Spink provides the service of executing bids on behalf of clients for the convenience of clients and that Spink will not be held responsible for failing to execute bids. If identical commission bids are received for the same Lot, the commission bid received first by Spink will take precedence. Please note that you will not be notified if there are higher written bids received. If you require such notification then this is available on bids made via Spink’s online service.

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY IN BLOCK LETTERS AND ENSURE THAT BIDS ARE IN STERLING Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

Please note that the Buyer’s Premium is 20% of the final hammer price of each lot Client Number (if known): ..........................................................Name: ................................................................................................. (Invoice name, please print) Address: ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ....................................................................................................................................................................Postcode: ........................................................... Tel. (Home): ..............................................................................................(Office): ............................................................................................................. Fax: .............................................................................................................E-mail: .............................................................................................................. Signature: .................................................................................................. Please indicate the type of card: Visa



Visa Debit



Mastercard



Switch



American Express



Payment made by Mastercard or Visa are subject to a 2% surcharge and American Express 4%. Card No: Signature

Start Date: Expiry Date

Issue No:

Security Code:

Name (on credit card)

Please charge all purchases to my card Do not charge my card. I will arrange to send payment. (Spink will only charge your card should you default on the payment terms agreed) Please hold my purchased lots for collection

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Sale No. 11009

Date: Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 June 2011

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY IN BLOCK LETTERS AND ENSURE THAT BIDS ARE IN STERLING Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

References required for clients not yet known to Spink Bank Name: ..................................................................................................................................... Bank Address: ................................................................................................................................................... ........................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................... Postcode: ................................................................... Account Number: ............................................................................................................................................. Date: .................................................................................................................................................................


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AUCTION RESULTS Sale:

Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

Spink & Son Ltd 69 Southampton Row 11008 Bloomsbury Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 March 2011 London WC1B 4ET London Telephone: (020) 7563 4000

Sale No: Date: Venue:

The following prices in sterling do not include the buyer’s premium and are rounded to the nearest pound. Lots which did not sell are not shown. Spink & Son are not responsible for typographical errors or omissions. Lot 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Price £1,100 £800 £380 £1,150 £210 £25 £80 £290 £230 £160 £500 £120 £100 £220 £300 £2,000 £4,400 £750 £550 £6,200 £4,200 £5,000 £6,500 £2,800 £800 £3,800 £220 £240 £280 £340 £260 £420 £280 £210 £220 £260 £190

Lot 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77

Price £260 £700 £420 £950 £230 £380 £460 £260 £3,200 £1,600 £1,400 £360 £1,050 £420 £2,400 £2,600 £750 £620 £520 £4,600 £320 £280 £1,350 £320 £700 £280 £400 £180 £240 £2,300 £1,400 £850 £360 £220 £5,000 £3,100 £680

Lot 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114

Price £260 £320 £380 £220 £1,350 £400 £460 £950 £1,000 £440 £320 £300 £2,500 £2,100 £620 £180 £130 £150 £160 £360 £160 £440 £200 £2,300 £2,200 £2,600 £440 £160 £220 £400 £320 £260 £360 £500 £1,600 £1,550 £380

Lot 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151

Price £850 £920 £420 £1,150 £1,600 £280 £260 £650 £420 £280 £850 £460 £190 £190 £400 £160 £4,600 £1,800 £800 £440 £70 £400 £260 £3,400 £500 £100 £700 £190 £1,000 £2,000 £1,800 £800 £440 £240 £280 £420 £160

Lot 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188

Price £10,000 £280 £240 £200 £340 £180 £9,000 £700 £440 £190 £650 £340 £55 £750 £220 £620 £180 £950 £130 £750 £6,500 £580 £580 £100 £550 £1,350 £130 £1,200 £800 £800 £180 £180 £900 £440 £1,700 £400 £200

Lot 189 190 191 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226

Price £850 £200 £300 £500 £320 £160 £120 £900 £1,500 £43,000 £1,700 £320 £1,250 £440 £1,800 £4,000 £1,700 £900 £180 £750 £160 £1,050 £220 £520 £200 £2,800 £650 £680 £220 £400 £260 £90 £100 £380 £400 £360 £2,100


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Price £320 £680 £340 £340 £380 £280 £380 £340 £130 £320 £360 £550 £550 £500 £2,100 £900 £5,400 £650 £1,400 £1,200 £750 £3,600 £1,300 £750 £100 £1,450 £420 £580 £7,100 £1,500 £7,200 £480 £1,150 £480 £580 £240 £260 £520 £1,200 £520 £600 £700 £280 £750 £360 £580 £140 £220 £3,000 £380 £110 £220 £320 £340 £360 £650 £110 £450 £900

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Lot 286 287 288 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346

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Price £130 £220 £160 £240 £150 £4,400 £6,600 £260 £9,600 £700 £320 £360 £320 £1,400 £280 £150 £110 £120 £150 £60 £130 £90 £340 £120 £60 £220 £150 £180 £110 £240 £100 £100 £70 £80 £580 £100 £70 £60 £110 £80 £130 £100 £70 £220 £130 £90 £130 £100 £100 £40 £220 £30 £150 £280 £320 £260 £130 £220 £90

Lot 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 374 375 376 377 378 380 381 382 383 387 389 390 391 392 395 396 397 398 399 400 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414

Price £30 £50 £30 £220 £60 £80 £70 £60 £120 £150 £150 £120 £30 £60 £70 £40 £60 £40 £110 £80 £290 £250 £340 £130 £110 £40 £260 £100 £150 £140 £110 £150 £120 £50 £100 £30 £50 £100 £120 £30 £60 £110 £160 £50 £50 £60 £90 £360 £110 £50 £60 £60 £160 £180 £320 £200 £180 £70 £60

Lot 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 424 425 427 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 444 445 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 470 471 472 474 475 476 478 479 480 481 482 483

Price £340 £340 £190 £50 £30 £50 £40 £60 £30 £260 £50 £50 £110 £40 £110 £30 £40 £30 £110 £60 £60 £80 £130 £80 £30 £50 £120 £140 £70 £120 £110 £170 £70 £280 £50 £340 £220 £80 £90 £170 £90 £280 £190 £180 £220 £100 £160 £160 £50 £50 £240 £200 £90 £150 £360 £220 £130 £220 £360

Lot 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543

Price £280 £220 £1,000 £620 £220 £150 £110 £380 £300 £130 £200 £150 £140 £260 £1,800 £3,300 £1,100 £6,200 £8,500 £1,250 £800 £500 £250 £500 £180 £220 £420 £300 £340 £550 £1,200 £2,300 £1,400 £160 £2,000 £650 £140 £420 £240 £70 £11,000 £950 £550 £260 £400 £700 £260 £2,100 £220 £4,200 £1,600 £380 £320 £220 £380 £950 £850 £700 £340

Lot 545 546 547 548 549 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 560 561 562 563 564 565 566 567 568 569 570 571 572 573 574 575 576 577 578 579 581 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 598 599 600 601 602 603 604

Price £1,000 £320 £200 £280 £400 £480 £140 £1,150 £320 £140 £260 £240 £520 £80 £400 £460 £380 £190 £17,000 £550 £1,400 £340 £1,050 £280 £360 £1,000 £1,300 £360 £420 £800 £200 £1,700 £600 £12,000 £500 £420 £900 £800 £300 £110 £240 £2,300 £320 £240 £200 £1,200 £280 £400 £320 £150 £180 £520 £1,300 £1,200 £950 £460 £600 £160 £380


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Price £130 £700 £3,900 £1,150 £400 £240 £650 £400 £340 £780 £630 £1,350 £630 £380 £460 £1,350 £60 £100 £180 £220 £1,300 £900 £850 £140 £130 £100 £240 £300 £440 £200 £120 £380 £1,600 £380 £1,450 £240 £240 £440 £240 £280 £160 £260 £110 £300 £260 £420 £1,250 £600 £850 £550 £180 £260 £340 £420 £300 £360 £100 £34,000 £360

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Lot 665 666 667 668 669 671 672 673 674 675 676 677 678 679 680 681 682 683 684 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 693 694 695 696 697 698 699 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 709 710 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 724 725

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Price £400 £580 £2,100 £140 £550 £140 £420 £500 £550 £170 £200 £950 £260 £4,200 £1,000 £800 £360 £480 £360 £220 £170 £320 £300 £280 £320 £340 £10,000 £360 £17,000 £1,000 £260 £280 £320 £250 £1,400 £120 £120 £150 £360 £2,600 £260 £340 £80 £1,200 £150 £120 £320 £4,800 £160 £240 £160 £300 £1,000 £4,000 £500 £400 £650 £340 £280

Lot 726 727 728 729 730 731 732 733 734 735 736 737 738 739 740 741 742 743 744 745 746 748 749 750 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 760 761 762 763 765 766 767 768 769 770 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 780 781 782 784 785 786 787 788

Price £240 £150 £260 £580 £300 £380 £260 £260 £80 £120 £300 £500 £260 £1,500 £130 £340 £1,000 £750 £360 £150 £1,800 £520 £130 £420 £580 £200 £80 £200 £260 £300 £300 £150 £170 £200 £580 £200 £520 £300 £2,600 £260 £360 £600 £400 £900 £600 £460 £280 £1,200 £500 £600 £2,300 £850 £500 £750 £260 £200 £300 £360 £120

Lot 789 790 791 792 793 794 795 796 797 798 800 801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 810 811 812 813 815 816 817 818 819 820 821 822 823 824 825 827 828 830 831 832 833 834 835 836 837 838 839 840 842 843 844 845 846 847 849 850 851 852 853

Price £340 £120 £220 £140 £260 £130 £150 £320 £320 £600 £1,000 £550 £200 £1,200 £190 £750 £650 £180 £280 £240 £1,350 £520 £130 £210 £200 £110 £150 £550 £100 £380 £240 £240 £1,000 £320 £190 £360 £220 £180 £650 £200 £160 £210 £2,700 £340 £100 £170 £180 £180 £240 £80 £280 £100 £110 £280 £260 £260 £50 £110 £80

Lot 854 855 856 858 859 860 862 863 865 866 867 868 869 870 871 872 873 874 875 876 877 878 880 882 883 884 885 886 887 888 889 890 891 892 893 894 895 896 897 898 899 900 901 902 903 904 905 907 908 909 910 911 912 913 916 920 923 924 925

Price £110 £110 £190 £50 £70 £200 £100 £150 £300 £320 £130 £180 £200 £150 £380 £280 £320 £150 £100 £100 £300 £80 £170 £90 £100 £300 £2,700 £170 £150 £190 £220 £180 £180 £140 £180 £150 £190 £140 £140 £160 £140 £80 £120 £100 £50 £380 £180 £50 £90 £130 £320 £240 £420 £130 £1,150 £70 £500 £170 £240

Lot 926 927 928 929 930 931 932 933 934 935 936 937 938 939 940 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948 949 950 951 952 953 954 955 956 957 958 959 960 961 962 963 964 965 966 967 968 969 970 971 972 973 974 975 976 977 978 979 980 981 982 983 984

Price £140 £180 £130 £190 £600 £600 £90 £50 £800 £50 £400 £160 £360 £360 £360 £400 £380 £130 £80 £3,000 £50 £50 £70 £200 £240 £90 £130 £50 £50 £50 £50 £190 £90 £110 £50 £440 £60 £80 £100 £1,350 £1,250 £950 £460 £500 £340 £600 £550 £220 £550 £200 £320 £320 £320 £340 £320 £1,350 £420 £240 £240


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Price £120 £180 £90 £130 £320 £130 £260 £140 £160 £160 £160 £280 £140 £100 £60 £70 £80 £460 £60 £60 £70 £80 £140 £70 £70 £200 £240 £220 £260 £280 £340 £260 £120 £170 £300 £320 £320 £340 £340 £340

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Lot 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1037 1038 1039 1040 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1047 1048 1049 1050 1051 1052 1053 1054 1055 1056 1057 1058 1059 1061 1062 1063 1064 1065 1066

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Price £340 £380 £300 £2,200 £650 £360 £280 £380 £170 £260 £550 £420 £190 £220 £90 £340 £1,000 £2,500 £100 £160 £200 £200 £420 £150 £240 £720 £170 £300 £350 £440 £260 £160 £90 £10,000 £50 £380 £190 £100 £360 £280

Lot 1067 1068 1069 1070 1071 1072 1073 1074 1075 1076 1077 1078 1079 1080 1082 1083 1084 1085 1086 1087 1088 1089 1090 1091 1092 1093 1094 1095 1096 1097 1098 1099 1100 1101 1102 1103 1104 1105 1106 1107

Price £320 £1,200 £700 £440 £440 £220 £190 £700 £650 £150 £150 £950 £300 £520 £140 £70 £120 £30 £80 £120 £160 £550 £110 £480 £720 £260 £280 £800 £400 £280 £680 £260 £320 £420 £950 £1,500 £45 £1,400 £160 £60

Lot 1108 1110 1111 1112 1113 1114 1116 1117 1118 1119 1120 1121 1122 1123 1124 1125 1126 1127 1128 1129 1130 1131 1132 1133 1134 1135 1136 1137 1138 1139 1140 1141 1142 1143 1144 1145 1146 1147 1148 1149

Price £200 £1,000 £220 £1,800 £190 £160 £2,300 £160 £260 £360 £240 £240 £250 £1,600 £140 £460 £340 £130 £280 £500 £150 £280 £260 £260 £360 £240 £220 £170 £260 £260 £220 £180 £240 £150 £200 £360 £260 £240 £240 £420

Lot 1150 1151 1152 1153 1154 1155 1156 1157 1158 1160 1161 1162 1163 1164 1165 1166 1167 1168 1169 1170 1171 1172 1173 1174 1175 1176 1178 1179 1180 1181 1182 1183 1184 1185 1186 1187 1188 1189 1190 1191

Price £320 £220 £300 £180 £200 £280 £240 £160 £220 £160 £150 £340 £130 £40 £400 £190 £400 £520 £280 £110 £100 £360 £60 £260 £220 £130 £100 £360 £36,000 £130,000 £11,000 £200 £480 £440 £800 £190 £240 £70 £70 £300

Lot 1192 1193 1194 1195 1196 1197 1198 1199 1200 1201 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207 1208 1209 1210 1211 1212 1213 1214 1215 1216 1217 1218 1219 1220 1221 1222 1223 1224 1227 1228 1229 1230 1231 1232

Price £600 £300 £130 £4,000 £280 £280 £550 £160 £500 £4,400 £900 £480 £240 £220 £220 £220 £200 £180 £190 £200 £240 £240 £260 £240 £220 £200 £260 £200 £240 £320 £300 £240 £240 £140 £320 £160 £700 £480 £280

ARE YOU THINKING OF SELLING A COLLECTION OR SINGLE ITEM AT AUCTION? WITH OVER 60 AUCTIONS PER YEAR, HELD AROUND THE GLOBE, SPINK ARE HAPPY TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR NEEDS TO ACHIEVE THE BEST RESULTS. PLEASE CONTACT OUR SPECIALISTS TODAY FOR FURTHER DETAILS.


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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR BUYERS These conditions set out the terms on which we (Spink and Son Limited of 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury London WC1B 4ET (company no. 04369748)) contract with you (Buyer) either as agent on behalf of the Seller or as principal if we are the Seller. You should read these conditions carefully. 1

DEFINITIONS The following definitions in this condition apply in these conditions.

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Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

means a VAT margin scheme as defined by HM Revenue & Customs;

Buyer’s Premium

means the charge payable by you as a percentage of the Hammer Price, at the rates set out in clause 5.1 below;

Certificate of Authenticity

means a certificate issued by an Expert Committee confirming the authenticity of a Lot;

Expert Committee

means a committee of experts to whom a Lot may be sent for an extension in accordance with clause 3.4.3;

Forgery

means a Lot constituting an imitation originally conceived and executed as a whole with a fraudulent intention to deceive as to authorship, origin, age, period, culture or source where the correct description as to such matters is not reflected by the description in the catalogue and which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description in the catalogue. Accordingly, no Lot shall be capable of being a Forgery by reason of any damage and/or restoration work of any kind (including re-enamelling);

Hammer Price

means the amount of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a Lot;

Lot

means any item deposited with us for sale at auction and, in particular, the item or items described against any Lot number in any catalogue;

Reserve

the amount below which we agree with the Seller that the Lot cannot be sold;

Seller

means the owner of the Lot being sold by us;

Spink Group

Spink and Son Limited, our subsidiaries and associated companies.

VAT

value added tax chargeable under VAT and any similar replacement or additional tax; and

VAT Symbols

means the symbols detailing the VAT status of the Lot details of which are set out at the back of the catalogue.

SPINK’S ROLE AS AGENT 2.1

All sales undertaken by us either at auction or privately are undertaken either as agent on behalf of the Seller or from time to time, as principal if we are the owner of the Lot. Please note that even if we are acting as agent on behalf of the Seller rather than as principal, we may have a financial interest in the Lot.

2.2

The contract for the sale of the Lot will be between you and the Seller.

3.4

3.4.1 If you wish to obtain an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity on any Lot (other than a mixed Lot or Lot containing undescribed stamps) you must notify us in writing not less than forty-eight hours before the time fixed for the commencement of the first session of the sale. If accepted by us, such request shall have the same effect as notice of an intention to question the genuineness or description of the Lot for the purposes of clause 5.13 of these Terms and Conditions and the provisions of clause 5.13 shall apply accordingly.

BEFORE THE SALE 3.1

3.2

3.4.2 Notice of a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity must give the reason why such opinion is required and specify the identity of your proposed expert which will be subject to agreement by us.

Examination of goods You are strongly advised to examine personally any goods in which you are interested, before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request. We provide no guarantee to you other than in relation to Forgeries, as set out in clause 5.13 of these Terms and Conditions.

3.4.3 If we accept a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity we will submit the Lot to the Expert Committee. 3.4.4 We will not normally accept a request for an extension on account of condition. Any Lot described in the catalogue as having faults or defects may not be returned even if an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity cites other faults or defects not included in the catalogue description, other than in the case of a Forgery.

Catalogue descriptions 3.2.1 Statements by us in the catalogue or condition report, or made orally or in writing elsewhere, regarding the authorship, origin, date, age, size, medium, attribution, genuineness, provenance, condition or estimated selling price of any Lot are merely statements of opinion, and are not to be relied on as statements of definitive fact. Catalogue illustrations are for guidance only, and should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of any item or to reveal imperfections. Estimates of the selling price should not be relied on as a statement that this price is either the price at which the Lot will sell or its value for any other purpose. 3.2.2 Many items are of an age or nature which precludes their being in perfect condition and some descriptions in the catalogue or given by way of condition report make reference to damage and/or restoration. We provide this information for guidance only and the absence of such a reference does not imply that an item is free from defects or restoration nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others.

3.4.5 Should Spink accept a request for an extension under the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, the fact may be stated by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to the sale of the Lot. 3.4.6 It should be noted that any stamp accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity is sold on the basis of that Certificate only and not on the basis of any other description or warranty as to authenticity. No request for an extension will be accepted on such a stamp and the return of such a stamp will not be accepted. 4

AT THE SALE 4.1

3.2.3 Other than as set out in clause 5.13, and in the absence of fraud, neither the Seller nor we, nor any of our employees or agents, are responsible for the correctness of any statement as to the authorship, origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness or provenance of any Lot nor for any other errors of description or for any faults or defects in any Lot.

Refusal of admission Our sales usually take place on our own premises or premises over which we have control for the sale, and we have the right, exercisable at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or attendance at an auction.

4.2 3.3

Extensions – Stamps only

Registration before bidding

Your Responsibility You are responsible for satisfying yourself as to the condition of the goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue description.

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You must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before making a bid at auction. Please be aware that we usually require buyers to undergo a credit check.


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Bidding as Principal

4.12

4.4

4.5

On-line Bidding

Telephone Bids If you make arrangements with us not less than 24 hours before the sale, we shall use reasonable endeavours to contact you to enable you to participate in bidding by telephone, but in no circumstances will we be liable to either the Seller or you as a result of failure to do so.

4.7

Currency Converter At some auctions, a currency converter will be operated, based on the one month forward rates of exchange quoted to us by Royal Bank of Scotland or any other appropriate rate determined by us, at opening on the date of the auction. Bidding will take place in a currency determined by us, which is usually sterling for auctions held in London. The currency converter is not always reliable, and errors may occur beyond our control either in the accuracy of the Lot number displayed on the converter, or the foreign currency equivalent of sterling bids. We shall not be liable to you for any loss suffered as a result of you following the currency converter.

4.8

Video images At some auctions there will be a video screen. Mistakes may occur in its operation, and we cannot be liable to you regarding either the correspondence of the image to the Lot being sold or the quality of the image as a reproduction of the original.

4.9

Bidding Increments Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the following order although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are:

4.10

Up to £100

by £5

£100 to £300

by £10

£300 to £600

£320-£350-£380-£400 etc.

£600 to £1,000

by £50

£1,000 to £3,000

by £100

£3,000 to £6,000

£3,200-£3,500-£3,800-£4,000 etc.

£6,000 to £20,000

by £500

£20,000 and up

Auctioneer’s discretion

Bidding by Spink 4.10.1 We reserve the right to bid on Lots on the Seller’s behalf up to the amount of the Reserve (if any), which will never be above the low estimate printed in the auction catalogue. 4.10.2 The Spink Group reserves the right to bid on and purchase Lots as principal.

4.11

The Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion to refuse any bid to advance the bidding in such manner as he may decide to withdraw or divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots and, in the case of error or dispute, to put an item up for bidding again.

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After Sale Arrangements If you enter into any private sale agreements for any Lot with the Seller within 60 days of the auction, we, as exclusive agents of the Seller reserve the right to charge you the applicable Buyer’s Premium in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, and the Seller a commission in accordance with the terms of the Seller’s agreement.

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AFTER THE AUCTION 5.1

Buyer’s Premium In addition to the hammer price, you must pay us the Buyer’s Premium of 20% on the final hammer price of each Lot.

5.2

We offer internet services as a convenience to our clients. We will not be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids placed on the internet, including, without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of internet connection by either party for whatever reason; (ii) a breakdown or problems with the online bidding software and/or (iii) a breakdown or problems with your internet connection, computer or system. Execution of on-line internet bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the auction and we do not accept liability for failing to execute an online internet bid or for errors or omissions in connection with this activity. 4.6

4.13

Commission Bids If you give us instructions to bid on your behalf, by using the form provided in our catalogues or via our website, we shall use reasonable endeavours to do so, provided these instructions are received not later than 24 hours before the auction. If we receive commission bids on a particular Lot for identical amounts, and at auction these bids are the highest bids for the Lot, it will be sold to the person whose bid was received first. Commission bids are undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale, and the conduct of the auction may be such that we are unable to bid as requested. Since this is undertaken as a free service to prospective buyers on the terms stated, we cannot accept liability for failure to make a commission bid. You should therefore always attend personally if you wish to be certain of bidding.

Successful Bid Subject to the auctioneer’s discretion, the striking of his hammer marks the acceptance of the highest bid, provided always that such bid is higher than the Reserve (where applicable), and the conclusion of a contract for sale between you and the Seller.

When making a bid (whether such bids are made in person or by way of telephone bids operated by Spink, commission or online or email bids), you will be deemed to be acting as principal and will be accepting personal liability, unless it has been agreed in writing, at the time of registration, that you are acting as agent on behalf of a third party buyer acceptable to us.

Value Added Tax Other than in respect of Zero-rated Lots (o) (see VAT Symbols for details), VAT is payable on the Buyer’s Premium and on the Hammer Price, if the Lot has been marked with a sign to that effect in the catalogue (see VAT Symbols for details).

5.3

VAT Refunds General 5.3.1 As we remain liable to account for VAT on all Lots unless they have been exported outside the EU within 3 months of the date of sale, you will generally be asked to deposit all amounts of VAT invoiced. However, if a Spink nominated shipper is instructed, then any refundable VAT will not be collected. In all other cases credits will be made when proof of export is provided. If you export the Lot yourself you must obtain shipping documents from the Shipping Department for which a charge of £50 will be made. 5.3.2 If you export the Lot you must return the valid proof of export certificate to us within 3 months of the date of sale. If you fail to return the proof of export certificate to us within such period and you have not already accounted to us for the VAT, you will be liable to us for the full amount of the VAT due on such Lot and we shall be entitled to invoice you for this sum. 5.3.3 To apply for a refund of any VAT paid, the proof of export certificate must be sent to our Shipping Department clearly marked ‘VAT Refund’ within 3 months of the date of sale. No payment will be made where the total amount of VAT refundable is less than £50 and Spink will charge £50 for each refund processed. VAT Refunds - Buyers from within the EU 5.3.4 VAT refunds are available on the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium of Daggered (†) and Investment Gold (g) Lots. You must certify that you are registered for VAT in another EU country and that the Lot is to be removed from the United Kingdom within 3 months of the date of sale. 5.3.5 Where an EU buyer purchases a Lot on which import VAT has been charged, no refund of VAT is available from us. It may be possible to apply directly for a refund on form VAT 65 to HM Revenue & Customs Overeseas Repayment Section, Londonderry. VAT Refunds – Buyers from outside the EU 5.3.6 Where a Lot is included within the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT element included within the Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. 5.3.7 Where the Lot is marked as a Daggered (†) or Investment Gold (g) Lot the VAT charged on the Hammer Price may be refunded where evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer. 5.3.8 Where the Lot is marked as an Omega (Ω) Lot or an Import VAT (x) Lot and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT charged on both the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. Where required, we can advise you on how to export such Lots as a specific form of export evidence is required. Where we advise you on the export of the Lots, please be aware that the ultimate responsibility in respect of obtaining a valid proof of export certificate will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to obtain such certificate.


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5.10.1.4 where several amounts are owed by you to the Spink Group in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction, whether or not you so direct;

Payment 5.4.1 You must provide us with your full name and permanent address and, if so requested, details of the bank from which any payments to us will be made. You must pay the full amount due (comprising the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium and any applicable VAT) within seven days after the date of the sale. This applies even if you wish to export the Lot and an export licence is (or may be) required.

5.10.1.5 to reject at any future auction any bids made by you or on your behalf or obtain a deposit from you before accepting any bids.

5.4.2 You will not acquire title to the Lot until all amounts due to us have been paid in full to us, even in circumstances where we have released the Lot to you.

5.10.2 If you fail to make payment within thirty-five days, we shall in addition be entitled: 5.10.2.1 to cancel the sale of the Lot or any other item sold to you at the same or any other auction;

5.4.3 Payment should be made in sterling by one of the following methods: II(i) Direct bank transfer to our account details of which are set out on the invoice. All bank charges shall be met by you. Please ensure that your client number is noted on the transfer.

5.10.2.2 to arrange a resale of the Lot, publicly or privately, and, if this results in a lower price being obtained, claim the balance from you together with all reasonable costs including a 20% seller’s commission, expenses, damages, legal fees, commissions and premiums of whatever kind associated with both sales or otherwise, incurred in connection with your failure to make payment; or

i(ii) By cheque or bank draft made payable to Spink and Son Ltd and sent to Spink at 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET. Please note that the processing charges for payments made by cheques or bank drafts drawn on a non-U.K bank shall be met by you. Please ensure that the remittance slip printed at the bottom of the invoice is enclosed with your payment. (iii) By Visa or Mastercard. A charge of 2% will be applied. Payments exceeding £5,000 can normally only be made by the card holder in person whilst on our premises.

5.10.2.3 take any other appropriate action as we deem fit. 5.11

Where purchases are not collected within seven days after the sale, whether or not payment has been made, you will be required to pay a storage charge of £2 per item per day plus any additional handling cost that may apply. You will not be entitled to collect the Lot until all outstanding charges are met, together with payment of all other amounts due to us.

5.4.4 Payments should be made by the registered buyer and not by third parties, unless it has been agreed at the time of registration that you are acting as an agent on behalf of a third party. 5.5

Invoices Invoices may consist of one or more pages and will show: Zero-rated Lots (o); no symbol Lots sold under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme; Lots marked (g) special scheme Investment Gold; Daggered Lots (†), imported Lots marked (x) and (Ω), (e) Lots with Zero-rated hammer and premium for EU VAT registered buyers.

5.6

5.12

Collection of Purchases

5.12.2 If the Lot is going to be hand carried by you, you may be required to produce a valid export licence to us or sign a waiver document stating that a licence will be applied for.

5.6.2 Unless we notify you to the contrary, items retained by us will be covered in accordance with our policy which is available for inspection at our offices from the date of sale for a period of seven days or until the time of collection, whichever is sooner. After seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is the earlier, the Lot will be entirely at your risk.

5.12.3 You should always check whether an export licence is required before exporting. Export licences are usually obtained within two or three weeks but delays can occur.

5.6.3 Our policy will not cover and we are unable to accept responsibility for damage caused by woodworm, changes in atmospheric conditions or acts of terrorism.

5.12.4 Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing, the fact that you wish to apply for an export licence does not affect your obligation to make payment within seven days nor our right to charge interest on late payment.

Notification We are not able to notify successful bidders by telephone. While Invoices are sent out by mail after the auction we do not accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid. You are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible after the auction to obtain details of the outcome of your bids to avoid incurring charges for late payment.

5.8

5.9

Recommended packers and shippers If required our shipping department may arrange shipment as your agent. Although we may suggest carriers if specifically requested, our suggestions are made on the basis of our general experience of such parties in the past and we are not responsible to any person to whom we have made a recommendation for the acts or omissions of the third parties concerned.

5.10

5.12.5 If you request that we apply for an export licence on your behalf, we shall be entitled to recover from you our disbursements and out of pocket expenses in relation to such application, together with any relevant VAT. 5.12.6 We will not be obliged to rescind a sale nor to refund any interest or other expenses incurred by you where payment is made by you despite the fact that an export licence is required.

Packing and handling We shall use all reasonable endeavours to take care when handling and packing a purchased Lot but remind you that after seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is sooner, the Lot is entirely at your risk. Our postage charges are set out at the back of the catalogue.

Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 5.10.1 If you fail to make payment within seven days of your stipulated payment date set out in your invoice, we shall be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: 5.10.1.1 to charge interest at the rate of 2% per month compound interest, calculated on a daily basis, from the date the full amount is due; 5.10.1.2 to set off against any amounts which the Spink Group may owe you in any other transaction the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by you; 5.10.1.3 we may keep hold of all or some of your Lots or other property in the possession of the Spink Group until you have paid all the amounts you owe us or the Spink Group, even if the unpaid amounts do not relate to those Lots or other property. Following fourteen days’ notice to you of the amount outstanding and remaining unpaid, the Spink Group shall have the right to arrange the sale of such Lots or other property. We shall apply the proceeds in discharge of the amount outstanding to us or the Spink Group, and pay any balance to you;

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Export Licence 5.12.1 If required we can, at our discretion, advise you on the detailed provisions of the export licensing regulations. Where we advise you in relation to export licensing regulations the ultimate responsibility in respect of any export will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to apply for any necessary licences.

5.6.1 Unless we specifically agree to the contrary, we shall retain items sold until all amounts due to us, or to the Spink Group, have been paid in full.

5.7

Failure to collect

5.13

Refund in the case of Forgery 5.13.1 A sale will be cancelled, and the amount paid refunded to you if a Lot (other than a miscellaneous item not described in the catalogue) sold by us proves to have been a Forgery. We shall not however be obliged to refund any amounts if either (a) the catalogue description or saleroom notice at the auction date corresponded to the generally accepted opinion of scholars or experts at that time, or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of opinions, or (b) it can be demonstrated that the Lot is a Forgery only by means of either a scientific process not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue or a process which at the date of the auction was unreasonably expensive or impracticable or likely to have caused damage to the Lot. Furthermore, you should note that this refund can be obtained only if the following conditions are met: 5.13.1.1 you must notify us in writing, within seven days of the auction date, that in your view the Lot concerned is a Forgery; 5.13.1.2 you must then return the item to us within fourteen days, in the same condition as at the auction date; and 5.13.1.3 as soon as possible following return of the Lot, you must produce evidence satisfactory to us that the Lot is a Forgery and that you are able to transfer good title to us, free from any third party claims. 5.13.2 In no circumstances shall we be required to pay you any more than the amount paid by you for the Lot concerned and you shall have no claim for interest.


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5.13.3 The benefit of this guarantee is not capable of being transferred, and is solely for the benefit of the person to whom the original invoice was made out by us in respect of the Lot when sold and who, since the sale, has remained the owner of the Lot without disposing of any interest in it to any third party.

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Law and Jurisdiction 11.1 These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales. 11.2 The parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of, or in connection with, Terms and Conditions or their subject matter.

5.13.4 We shall be entitled to rely on any scientific or other process to establish that the Lot is not a Forgery, whether or not such process was used or in use at the date of the auction. 6

LIABILITY Nothing in these Terms and Conditions limits or excludes our liability for:

7

6.1

death or personal injury resulting from negligence; or

6.2

any damage or liability incurred by you as a result of our fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.

COPYRIGHT 7.1

7.2

8

9

10

We shall have the right (on a non-exclusive basis) to photograph, video or otherwise produce an image of the Lot. All rights in such an image will belong to us, and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material relating to a Lot is and shall remain at all times our property and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. You shall not use or allow anyone else to use such images, illustrations or written material without our prior written consent.

VAT

Postal Charges Prices for books (items sent by this method are not covered by insurance) Weight

UK

EU

Rest of the World

Up to 1kg

£8 for any weight

£12

£15

Up to 2kg

£8 for any weight

£18

£25

Prices for all other items including postage and packaging Invoice Value

UK

EU

Rest of the World

Up to £1,500

£10

£15

£20

Above £1,501

£20

£30

£40

You shall give us all relevant information about your VAT status and that of the Lot to ensure that the correct information is printed in the catalogues. Once printed, the information cannot be changed. If we incur any unforeseen cost or expense as a result of the information being incorrect, you will reimburse to us on demand the full amount incurred.

Shipments of more than 2kg or volumetric measurement of more than 2kg have to be sent by courier. Certain countries may incur extra charge when courier services are required by our insurance policy. For lots sent by courier please contact Auctionteam@spink.com for calculation of any further relevant cost in addition to the above charges.

NOTICES

Value Added Tax (VAT)

All notices given under these Terms and Conditions may be served personally, sent by 1st class post, or faxed to the address given to the sender by the other party. Any notice sent by post will be deemed to have been received on the second working day after posting or, if the addressee is overseas, on the fifth working day after posting. Any notice sent by fax or served personally will be deemed to be delivered on the first working day following despatch.

Charging of (VAT) at auction The information shown on this page sets out the way in which Spink intends to account for VAT. i.

1. Where possible, we will offer Lots for sale under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. Such Lots can be identified by the absence of any symbol next to the Lot number in the catalogue and will not be subject to VAT on the Hammer Price.

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS The following provisions of this clause 10 shall apply only if you are acting for the purposes of your business. 10.1

Limitation of Liability

2. Where Lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme to VAT–registered businesses, the VAT included within the Buyers’ Premium is not recoverable as input tax. Upon request on sale day, we will issue invoices that show VAT separately on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium. This will enable VAT-registered businesses to recover the VAT charged as input tax, subject to the normal rules for recovering input tax.

Subject to clause 6, we shall not be liable, whether in tort (including for negligence or breach of statutory duty), contract, misrepresentation or otherwise for any: 10.1.1 loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goods, loss of contract, loss of use, loss of corruption of data or information; or

ii.

Severability If any part of these Terms and Condition is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part may be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.

10.3

Force majeure We shall have no liability to you if we are prevented from, or delayed in performing, our obligations under these Terms and Conditions or from carrying on our business by acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond our reasonable control, including (without limitation) strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving our workforce or the workforce of any other party), failure of a utility service or transport network, act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, storm or default of suppliers or subcontractors.

10.4

iii.

10.4.2 Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under these Terms and Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law. Spink Uni (01/10)

Daggered Lots 1. Lots which are Daggered (†) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium.

iv.

Starred and Omega Lots 1. Lots which are marked (x) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price and 20% on the Buyer’s Premium which is shown as inclusive of VAT. Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) are subject to VAT at 20% on the Hammer Price and on the Buyer’s Premium. Such Lots bear VAT because the Lot is liable for VAT at this rate on importation into the EU.

v.

Investment Gold Lots 1. Lots marked (g) in the catalogue are exempt from VAT on the Hammer Price and are subject to VAT at 20% on the Buyer’s Premium. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer.

Waiver 10.4.1 A waiver of any right under these Terms and Conditions is only effective if it is in writing and it applies only to the circumstances for which it is given. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right or remedy under these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that (or any other) right or remedy, nor preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that (or any other) right or remedy.

Zero-Rated Lots 1. Limited Categories of goods, such as books, are Zero-rated (o) for VAT in the United Kingdom. Such Lots are offered under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. In these circumstances no VAT element will be included within the Buyer’s Premium.

10.1.2 any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses. 10.2

Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

vi.

Imported Lots 1. Lots which are marked (x) and Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) have VAT charged on the Hammer Price and Buyers’ Premium because they have been imported into the United Kingdom from outside the EU. In these cases we have used a temporary importation procedure, which in effect means that the point of importation is deferred until the Lot has been sold. At this point the Buyer is treated as the importer and is liable to pay the import VAT due. We will collect the VAT from you and pay it to HM Customs and Excise on your behalf.


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Coins, Stamps, Banknotes, Medals, Bonds & Shares, Autographs & Books

Group Chairman and CEO Olivier Stocker Your Specialists Coins Paul Dawson Richard Bishop Julie-Morgane Lecoindre William MacKay Arthur Bryant John Pett Stephen Goldsmith Jim Fitzgerald Matthew Orsini Normand Pepin Thomas Tesoriero Stamps Guy Croton Tim Hirsch David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Charles Shreve Chris Anderson George Eveleth Ed Robinson Andrew Titley Banknotes, Bonds & Shares Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Francesca Girelli Stephen Goldsmith Jim Fitzgerald Matthew Orsini Autographs Robert Litzenberger Orders, Decorations, Medals & Militaria Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys Books Philip Skingley Rebecca Mason Your Europe Team Chairman’s Office Dennis Muriu Monica Kruber Directors Timothy Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction and Client Management Team Emily Johnston Miroslava Adusei-Poku Luca Borgo Phillipa Brown Finance Alison Bennet Mina Bhagat Alison Kinnaird Shyam Padhiar IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Segun Magbagbeola Liz Cones Curlene Spencer John Winchcombe

AUCTION CALENDAR 2011 Stamps 8 June 28 June 29 June

Dr. Robert Towers Collection of British Empire The Chartwell Collection - British Empire The Chartwell Collection - Great Britain Line-Engraved Essays, Proofs, Stamps and Covers, Part I The Pasha Collection of Islamic Stamps and Postal History Summer Collector’s Series Sale, featuring India and St Helena The “Walter Bickly” Collection of Labuan and North Borneo Stamps Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Fine Stamps & Covers of South East Asia including the Stolz Collection Part II The Chartwell Collection - Great Britain Surface Printed Issues Pearls of Arabian Philately Autumn Collector’s Series Sale The “Agathon” Collection of the First Issue of Russia The Chartwell Collection - Great Britain King Edward VII Essays, Proofs and Issued Stamps

London London

11025 11026

London London London London New York Singapore London London London London

11027 11028 11029 11030

London

11035

Banknotes 27/28 September 8 December

World Banknotes World Banknotes

London London

11019 11020

Bonds and Shares 21 October

Bonds & Share Certificates of the World

London

11022

Coins 22/23 June 6 October 1 December

Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Ancient, English & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

London London London

11009 11023 11024

Medals 21 July 24 November

Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London

11010 11011

30 June 13 July 14 July July (TBA) 25 September 12 October 18 October 9 November Late November 6 December

11016 11031 11037 11033 11034

Your America Team President Charles Shreve Finance & Operations Manager Sam Qureshi Chairman Emeritus John Herzog Auction Administration Rick Penko Patricia Gardner Marketing & Design James McGuire Emily Cowin William Jackson Shawn Barnes Clyde Townsend Administration Ingrid Qureshi Mary Gottberg Kisha Townsend Auctioneer Tracy Shreve Your Asia Team Gary Tan

The above sale dates are subject to change Our Environmental Commitment: Paper from Sustainable Forests and Non Hazardous Ink For centuries Spink and its employees have been preserving and curating collectable items. We now wish to play a modest role in preserving our planet, as well as the heritage of collectables, so future generations may enjoy both. We insist that our printers source all paper used in the production of Spink catalogues from FSC registered suppliers (for further information on the FSC standard please visit fsc.org) and use inks containing non hazardous ingredients. Spink recycle all ecological material used on our premises and we would encourage you to recycle your catalogue once you have finished with it.

Spink offers the following services Valuations for insurance and probate for individual items or whole collections. Sales on a commission basis either of individual pieces or whole collections.


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Spink London 208 Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals WEDNESDAY 22 AND THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2011

COINS STAMPS BANKNOTES MEDALS BONDS & SHARES AUTOGRAPHS & BOOKS 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET

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