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1511 Crown 1658 Cromwell ESC 10, Bull 240, EF with touches of gold tone on original grey toned surfaces, some light contact marks. The die flaw is at a later stage, a most attractive coin and with considerable eye appeal £6,500 - £7,500 London Coins : Crown 1658 Cromwell ESC 10, Bull 240, EF with touches of gold tone on original grey toned surfaces, some light contact marks. The die flaw is at a later stage, a most attractive coin and with considerable eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1658 Cromwell ESC 10, Bull 240, EF with touches of gold tone on original grey toned surfaces, some light contact marks. The die flaw is at a later stage, a most attractive coin and with considerable eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1512 Crown 1673 3 over 2 ESC 48, Bull 393 VG/approaching Fine with an edge nick and a tone line on the reverse £250 - £300 London Coins : Crown 1673 3 over 2 ESC 48, Bull 393 VG/approaching Fine with an edge nick and a tone line on the reverse Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1673 3 over 2 ESC 48, Bull 393 VG/approaching Fine with an edge nick and a tone line on the reverse Click to Enlarge
1513 Crown 1675 5 over 3, with overstruck T in ET, the underlying letter unclear, certainly not a G as quoted by Bull, 5 strings to Harp, ESC 50A, similar to Bull 396, rated R3 by the 1992 ESC. VG or better with some haymarking, Very Rare. We note an example describe as 'Fine and thus far the finest we have handled' sold for £1100 hammer in London Coins Auction A155 4/12/2016 (Lot 554) £400 - £600 London Coins : Crown 1675 5 over 3, with overstruck T in ET, the underlying letter unclear, certainly not a G as quoted by Bull, 5 strings to Harp, ESC 50A, similar to Bull 396, rated R3 by the 1992 ESC. VG or better with some haymarking, Very Rare. We note an example describe as 'Fine and thus far the finest we have handled' sold for £1100 hammer in London Coins Auction A155 4/12/2016 (Lot 554) Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1675 5 over 3, with overstruck T in ET, the underlying letter unclear, certainly not a G as quoted by Bull, 5 strings to Harp, ESC 50A, similar to Bull 396, rated R3 by the 1992 ESC. VG or better with some haymarking, Very Rare. We note an example describe as 'Fine and thus far the finest we have handled' sold for £1100 hammer in London Coins Auction A155 4/12/2016 (Lot 554) Click to Enlarge
1514 Crown 1684 ESC 67, Bull 420 VG, scarce £150 - £200 London Coins : Crown 1684 ESC 67, Bull 420 VG, scarce Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1684 ESC 67, Bull 420 VG, scarce Click to Enlarge
1515 Crown 1686 ESC 76, Bull 740 Fine/About Fine, and listed as scarce by ESC £300 - £350 London Coins : Crown 1686 ESC 76, Bull 740 Fine/About Fine, and listed as scarce by ESC Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1686 ESC 76, Bull 740 Fine/About Fine, and listed as scarce by ESC Click to Enlarge
1516 Crown 1688 8 over 7 ESC 81, Bull 747 VG the reverse slightly better, unevenly toned £110 - £150 London Coins : Crown 1688 8 over 7 ESC 81, Bull 747 VG the reverse slightly better, unevenly toned Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1688 8 over 7 ESC 81, Bull 747 VG the reverse slightly better, unevenly toned Click to Enlarge
1517 Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 QVARTO edge ESC 84, Bull 823 VG/Near Fine the reverse with scattered haymarking, rated R3 by ESC and Rare £250 - £300 London Coins : Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 QVARTO edge ESC 84, Bull 823 VG/Near Fine the reverse with scattered haymarking, rated R3 by ESC and Rare Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 QVARTO edge ESC 84, Bull 823 VG/Near Fine the reverse with scattered haymarking, rated R3 by ESC and Rare Click to Enlarge
1518 Crown 1692 QVARTO ESC 83, Bull 822 VG or slightly better the obverse with some thin scratches £250 - £350 London Coins : Crown 1692 QVARTO ESC 83, Bull 822 VG or slightly better the obverse with some thin scratches Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1692 QVARTO ESC 83, Bull 822 VG or slightly better the obverse with some thin scratches Click to Enlarge
1519 Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 Fine/Good Fine £150 - £175 London Coins : Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 Fine/Good Fine Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 Fine/Good Fine Click to Enlarge
1520 Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 GVF toned with some surface corrosion £175 - £225 London Coins : Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 GVF toned with some surface corrosion Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1695 OCTAVO ESC 87, Bull 991 GVF toned with some surface corrosion Click to Enlarge
1521 Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89, Bull 995 NVF with some thin scratches, surface marks and haymarking £300 - £350 London Coins : Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89, Bull 995 NVF with some thin scratches, surface marks and haymarking Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89, Bull 995 NVF with some thin scratches, surface marks and haymarking Click to Enlarge
1522 Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97, Bull 1010 EF/About UNC with original surfaces and a choice underlying old golden tone, the reverse particularly eye-catching, very sought after in this high grade £2,300 - £2,800 London Coins : Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97, Bull 1010 EF/About UNC with original surfaces and a choice underlying old golden tone, the reverse particularly eye-catching, very sought after in this high grade Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97, Bull 1010 EF/About UNC with original surfaces and a choice underlying old golden tone, the reverse particularly eye-catching, very sought after in this high grade Click to Enlarge
1523 Crown 1706 Roses and Plumes ESC 101, Bull 1342 Fine/Good Fine with even grey toning £400 - £500 London Coins : Crown 1706 Roses and Plumes ESC 101, Bull 1342 Fine/Good Fine with even grey toning Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1706 Roses and Plumes ESC 101, Bull 1342 Fine/Good Fine with even grey toning Click to Enlarge
1524 Crown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 104, Bull 1344 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, with signs of old cleaning, now retoned £500 - £600 London Coins : Crown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 104, Bull 1344 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, with signs of old cleaning, now retoned Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 104, Bull 1344 Good Fine, the reverse slightly better, with signs of old cleaning, now retoned Click to Enlarge
1525 Crown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 104, Bull 1344 VG/Fine a collectable and problem-free example £150 - £200 London Coins : Crown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 104, Bull 1344 VG/Fine a collectable and problem-free example Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1707 Plain in angles and below bust, SEPTIMO edge ESC 104, Bull 1344 VG/Fine a collectable and problem-free example Click to Enlarge
1526 Crown 1707E ESC 103, Bull 1350 Fine, the reverse slightly better, with signs of old cleaning, now almost fully retoned £375 - £425 London Coins : Crown 1707E ESC 103, Bull 1350 Fine, the reverse slightly better, with signs of old cleaning, now almost fully retoned Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1707E ESC 103, Bull 1350 Fine, the reverse slightly better, with signs of old cleaning, now almost fully retoned Click to Enlarge
1527 Crown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 109, Bull 1349 VF/GVF the obverse with some light hairlines and very minor adjustment lines, a boldly struck piece with much eye appeal £1,000 - £1,200 London Coins : Crown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 109, Bull 1349 VF/GVF the obverse with some light hairlines and very minor adjustment lines, a boldly struck piece with much eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 109, Bull 1349 VF/GVF the obverse with some light hairlines and very minor adjustment lines, a boldly struck piece with much eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1528 Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £2,500 - £3,000 London Coins : Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 Click to Enlarge
1529 Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 in an NGC holder and graded MS62, a most pleasing high grade example with plenty of eye appeal £3,500 - £4,500 London Coins : Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 in an NGC holder and graded MS62, a most pleasing high grade example with plenty of eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 in an NGC holder and graded MS62, a most pleasing high grade example with plenty of eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1530 Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125, Bull 1669 GEF with golden toning, a few light scattered haymarks barely detract, a choice piece with considerable eye appeal £2,100 - £2,400 London Coins : Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125, Bull 1669 GEF with golden toning, a few light scattered haymarks barely detract, a choice piece with considerable eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125, Bull 1669 GEF with golden toning, a few light scattered haymarks barely detract, a choice piece with considerable eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1531 Crown 1817 Three Graces, Pattern in silver, Obverse Laureate Bust of King George III, right, with W.WYON. below. GEORGIUS III D:G: BRITANNIARUM REX F:D:, Reverse: Three figures emblematical of the three Kingdoms (the Three Graces) with emblems and shield, W.WYON. to the left of the harp, palm branch and quiver in exergue. FOEDUS INVIOLABILE, the legend in smaller letters to that of the obverse. as ESC 223, Bull 2020 (type M/6), Linecar & Stone 152, Coincraft G3PT-785. Weight 25.62 grammes, Published weights in various references being in the range 24.6 grammes to 27.2 grammes, the mintage believed to be around 50 pieces. NEF and toned, possibly artificially, the obverse with some heavier contact marks to the surface and evidence of work to partially conceal this is visible. The edge has some faint thin grafitti at 12 o'clock appearing to read in italics EG 6J, the edge also has signs of smoothing and unevenness in parts, viewing recommended. One of the most famous designs of the 19th Century Pattern Crowns. £1,000 - £3,000 London Coins : Crown 1817 Three Graces, Pattern in silver, Obverse Laureate Bust of King George III, right, with W.WYON. below. GEORGIUS III D:G: BRITANNIARUM REX F:D:, Reverse: Three figures emblematical of the three Kingdoms (the Three Graces) with emblems and shield, W.WYON. to the left of the harp, palm branch and quiver in exergue. FOEDUS INVIOLABILE, the legend in smaller letters to that of the obverse. as ESC 223, Bull 2020 (type M/6), Linecar & Stone 152, Coincraft G3PT-785. Weight 25.62 grammes, Published weights in various references being in the range 24.6 grammes to 27.2 grammes, the mintage believed to be around 50 pieces. NEF and toned, possibly artificially, the obverse with some heavier contact marks to the surface and evidence of work to partially conceal this is visible. The edge has some faint thin grafitti at 12 o'clock appearing to read in italics EG 6J, the edge also has signs of smoothing and unevenness in parts, viewing recommended. One of the most famous designs of the 19th Century Pattern Crowns. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1817 Three Graces, Pattern in silver, Obverse Laureate Bust of King George III, right, with W.WYON. below. GEORGIUS III D:G: BRITANNIARUM REX F:D:, Reverse: Three figures emblematical of the three Kingdoms (the Three Graces) with emblems and shield, W.WYON. to the left of the harp, palm branch and quiver in exergue. FOEDUS INVIOLABILE, the legend in smaller letters to that of the obverse. as ESC 223, Bull 2020 (type M/6), Linecar & Stone 152, Coincraft G3PT-785. Weight 25.62 grammes, Published weights in various references being in the range 24.6 grammes to 27.2 grammes, the mintage believed to be around 50 pieces. NEF and toned, possibly artificially, the obverse with some heavier contact marks to the surface and evidence of work to partially conceal this is visible. The edge has some faint thin grafitti at 12 o'clock appearing to read in italics EG 6J, the edge also has signs of smoothing and unevenness in parts, viewing recommended. One of the most famous designs of the 19th Century Pattern Crowns. Click to Enlarge
1532 Crown 1818 LIX, unbarred A in TUTAMEN as ESC 211, Bull 2005 VF with some contact marks and a thin scratch below the bust. Note: Bull mentions this type as a footnote (Page 286) but does not assign a separate number to this type. £300 - £400 London Coins : Crown 1818 LIX, unbarred A in TUTAMEN as ESC 211, Bull 2005 VF with some contact marks and a thin scratch below the bust. Note: Bull mentions this type as a footnote (Page 286) but does not assign a separate number to this type. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1818 LIX, unbarred A in TUTAMEN as ESC 211, Bull 2005 VF with some contact marks and a thin scratch below the bust. Note: Bull mentions this type as a footnote (Page 286) but does not assign a separate number to this type. Click to Enlarge
1533 Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 NEF with an attractive grey tone, the reverse with a thin scratch in the field £200 - £250 London Coins : Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 NEF with an attractive grey tone, the reverse with a thin scratch in the field Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 NEF with an attractive grey tone, the reverse with a thin scratch in the field Click to Enlarge
1534 Crown 1820LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 NVF with some thin scratches on the obverse £120 - £150 London Coins : Crown 1820LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 NVF with some thin scratches on the obverse Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1820LX ESC 219, Bull 2016 NVF with some thin scratches on the obverse Click to Enlarge
1535 Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 NEF/GVF attractively toned with some surface marks £350 - £450 London Coins : Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 NEF/GVF attractively toned with some surface marks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 NEF/GVF attractively toned with some surface marks Click to Enlarge
1536 Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 UNC with an attractive blue-green and gold tone, the obverse with a contact mark on the cheek, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63, a sharply struck example with the WWP well defined, comes with a round red case, this possibly contemporary £1,400 - £1,600 London Coins : Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 UNC with an attractive blue-green and gold tone, the obverse with a contact mark on the cheek, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63, a sharply struck example with the WWP well defined, comes with a round red case, this possibly contemporary Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 UNC with an attractive blue-green and gold tone, the obverse with a contact mark on the cheek, formerly in an NGC holder and graded MS63, a sharply struck example with the WWP well defined, comes with a round red case, this possibly contemporary Click to Enlarge
1537 Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 UNC with original grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 689 £2,000 - £2,500 London Coins : Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 UNC with original grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 689 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 UNC with original grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 689 Click to Enlarge
1538 Crown 1821 Uniface trials or electrotypes for both sides of the coin, the reverse slightly convex, struck in silver; The reverse displays a small raised dot on the horse's breast, This ties in with ESC 262 (page 33 1992 edition) which states:- 'a small dot on the horse's body' which 'has not yet been removed' Rayner is referring to a plain edge coin minted the following year exhibiting the same characteristics as this piece. The reverse also missing the streamer, this also referred to in Linecar & Stone 6 on a copper trial (Page 57) where it is stated 'This would appear to be an artist's trial the check the erasion of the streamer' We also note some raised dots on the King's portrait, this would appear to be an intermediate pattern whose design was adopted, albeit with some changes, on the 1821-1822 Currency issues, Both sides NEF with matching dark grey tone, and both sides with full edge inscription as on the currency 1821 issue, an interesting insight into the progression on artists types 1820-1822. A coin of this description with the dot, but with full streamer and dated 1820 was present in the Forster, Marshall, Brice, Lingford, Clarke-Thornhill, Nobleman, Hamilton-Smith, Monagu and Murdoch collections £150 - £250 London Coins : Crown 1821 Uniface trials or electrotypes for both sides of the coin, the reverse slightly convex, struck in silver; The reverse displays a small raised dot on the horse's breast, This ties in with ESC 262 (page 33 1992 edition) which states:- 'a small dot on the horse's body' which 'has not yet been removed' Rayner is referring to a plain edge coin minted the following year exhibiting the same characteristics as this piece. The reverse also missing the streamer, this also referred to in Linecar & Stone 6 on a copper trial (Page 57) where it is stated 'This would appear to be an artist's trial the check the erasion of the streamer'    We also note some raised dots on the King's portrait,  this would appear to be an intermediate pattern whose design was adopted, albeit with some changes, on the 1821-1822 Currency issues, Both sides NEF with matching dark grey tone, and both sides with full edge inscription as on the currency 1821 issue, an interesting insight into the progression on artists types 1820-1822. A coin of this description with the dot, but with full streamer and dated 1820 was present in the Forster, Marshall, Brice, Lingford, Clarke-Thornhill, Nobleman, Hamilton-Smith, Monagu and Murdoch collections Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1821 Uniface trials or electrotypes for both sides of the coin, the reverse slightly convex, struck in silver; The reverse displays a small raised dot on the horse's breast, This ties in with ESC 262 (page 33 1992 edition) which states:- 'a small dot on the horse's body' which 'has not yet been removed' Rayner is referring to a plain edge coin minted the following year exhibiting the same characteristics as this piece. The reverse also missing the streamer, this also referred to in Linecar & Stone 6 on a copper trial (Page 57) where it is stated 'This would appear to be an artist's trial the check the erasion of the streamer'    We also note some raised dots on the King's portrait,  this would appear to be an intermediate pattern whose design was adopted, albeit with some changes, on the 1821-1822 Currency issues, Both sides NEF with matching dark grey tone, and both sides with full edge inscription as on the currency 1821 issue, an interesting insight into the progression on artists types 1820-1822. A coin of this description with the dot, but with full streamer and dated 1820 was present in the Forster, Marshall, Brice, Lingford, Clarke-Thornhill, Nobleman, Hamilton-Smith, Monagu and Murdoch collections Click to Enlarge
1539 Crown 1822 SECUNDO ESC 251, Bull 2318 NEF with grey tone, a pleasing and even coin with good eye appeal £600 - £700 London Coins : Crown 1822 SECUNDO ESC 251, Bull 2318 NEF with grey tone, a pleasing and even coin with good eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1822 SECUNDO ESC 251, Bull 2318 NEF with grey tone, a pleasing and even coin with good eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1540 Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 GEF or better and lustrous with touches of underlying gold and magenta tone on the obverse £380 - £450 London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 GEF or better and lustrous with touches of underlying gold and magenta tone on the obverse Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 GEF or better and lustrous with touches of underlying gold and magenta tone on the obverse Click to Enlarge
1541 Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 UNC with attractive toning over original mint lustre, a few small rim nicks barely detract, the obverse sharply struck with crisp hair and ribbon detail, very few contact marks are evident, this issue normally has many marks and/or hairlines, the reverse showing the smallest touches of cabinet friction, overall a high quality example with superb eye appeal, would be ideal for the type collector £3,800 - £4,500 London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 UNC with attractive toning over original mint lustre, a few small rim nicks barely detract, the obverse sharply struck with crisp hair and ribbon detail, very few contact marks are evident, this issue normally has many marks and/or hairlines, the reverse showing the smallest touches of cabinet friction, overall a high quality example with superb eye appeal, would be ideal for the type collector Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 UNC with attractive toning over original mint lustre, a few small rim nicks barely detract, the obverse sharply struck with crisp hair and ribbon detail, very few contact marks are evident, this issue normally has many marks and/or hairlines, the reverse showing the smallest touches of cabinet friction, overall a high quality example with superb eye appeal, would be ideal for the type collector Click to Enlarge
1542 Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 VF/Near VF with old grey tone £150 - £200 London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 VF/Near VF with old grey tone Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil Stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 VF/Near VF with old grey tone Click to Enlarge
1543 Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge, ESC 282, Bull 2564 GVF with old gold toning, comes with collector's ticket stating 'Bought of Chas. Clarke Market Place, Manchester 31 Oct. 1936 £280 - £350 London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge, ESC 282, Bull 2564 GVF with old gold toning, comes with collector's ticket stating 'Bought of Chas. Clarke Market Place, Manchester 31 Oct. 1936 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge, ESC 282, Bull 2564 GVF with old gold toning, comes with collector's ticket stating 'Bought of Chas. Clarke Market Place, Manchester 31 Oct. 1936 Click to Enlarge
1544 Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 GVF Ex-Jewellery and swivel mount £250 - £500 London Coins : Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 GVF Ex-Jewellery and swivel mount Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 GVF Ex-Jewellery and swivel mount Click to Enlarge
1545 Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 NEF/EF attractively toned, the obverse with some minor hairlines and with an edge bruise by ANNO, the obverse field still retaining some reflective quality, the blue and gold tone giving good eye appeal £2,000 - £2,500 London Coins : Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 NEF/EF attractively toned, the obverse with some minor hairlines and with an edge bruise by ANNO, the obverse field still retaining some reflective quality, the blue and gold tone giving good eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 NEF/EF attractively toned, the obverse with some minor hairlines and with an edge bruise by ANNO, the obverse field still retaining some reflective quality, the blue and gold tone giving good eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1546 Crown 1847 Gothic, Plain Edge Proof ESC 291, Reverse upright, the obverse with many light fine tooling marks in the field visible under magnification, 27.86 grammes, UNC or near so with colourful golden tone and retaining much eye appeal £6,000 - £7,000 London Coins : Crown 1847 Gothic, Plain Edge Proof ESC 291, Reverse upright, the obverse with many light fine tooling marks in the field visible under magnification, 27.86 grammes, UNC or near so with colourful golden tone and retaining much eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1847 Gothic, Plain Edge Proof ESC 291, Reverse upright, the obverse with many light fine tooling marks in the field visible under magnification, 27.86 grammes, UNC or near so with colourful golden tone and retaining much eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1547 Crown 1895 a Pattern of Presentation piece struck at the Royal Mint, usual Veiled Head design obverse reverse H.M. THE QUEEN OF HOLLAND VISITED THE ROYAL MINT 9th MAY 1895 plain edge Prooflike GEF, rare £1,000 - £2,000 London Coins : Crown 1895 a Pattern of Presentation piece struck at the Royal Mint, usual Veiled Head design obverse reverse H.M. THE QUEEN OF HOLLAND VISITED THE ROYAL MINT 9th MAY 1895 plain edge Prooflike GEF, rare Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1895 a Pattern of Presentation piece struck at the Royal Mint, usual Veiled Head design obverse reverse H.M. THE QUEEN OF HOLLAND VISITED THE ROYAL MINT 9th MAY 1895 plain edge Prooflike GEF, rare Click to Enlarge
1548 Crown 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 512 dies 1A, VF or better with pleasing blue and gold tone £150 - £200 London Coins : Crown 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 512 dies 1A, VF or better with pleasing blue and gold tone Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1895 LIX ESC 309, Bull 2599, Davies 512 dies 1A, VF or better with pleasing blue and gold tone Click to Enlarge
1549 Crown 1896 LX Far 6 in date ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 516 dies 2A UNC/AU and lustrous with some contact marks £380 - £450 London Coins : Crown 1896 LX Far 6 in date ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 516 dies 2A UNC/AU and lustrous with some contact marks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1896 LX Far 6 in date ESC 311, Bull 2601, Davies 516 dies 2A UNC/AU and lustrous with some contact marks Click to Enlarge
1550 Crown 1897LX ESC 312, Bull 2602 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £190 - £220 London Coins : Crown 1897LX ESC 312, Bull 2602 in a PCGS holder and graded  AU58 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1897LX ESC 312, Bull 2602 in a PCGS holder and graded  AU58 Click to Enlarge
1551 Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 AU/UNC with some contact marks, an even old golden toning displays much eye appeal £220 - £260 London Coins : Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 AU/UNC with some contact marks, an even old golden toning displays much eye appeal Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 AU/UNC with some contact marks, an even old golden toning displays much eye appeal Click to Enlarge
1552 Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 UNC or near so and attractively toned with a couple of tiny rim nicks, Ex-London Coins Auction A147 6/12/2014 Lot 2202 £125 - £225 London Coins : Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 UNC or near so and attractively toned with a couple of tiny rim nicks, Ex-London Coins Auction A147 6/12/2014 Lot 2202 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 UNC or near so and attractively toned with a couple of tiny rim nicks, Ex-London Coins Auction A147 6/12/2014 Lot 2202 Click to Enlarge
1553 Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562 nFDC and very attractive with good surfaces £260 - £300 London Coins : Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562 nFDC and very attractive with good surfaces Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562 nFDC and very attractive with good surfaces Click to Enlarge
1554 Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 £250 - £300 London Coins : Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 Click to Enlarge
1555 Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 NEF £180 - £220 London Coins : Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 NEF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 NEF Click to Enlarge
1556 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 EF and lightly toned, the obverse with a small flan flaw £140 - £180 London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 EF and lightly toned, the obverse with a small flan flaw Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 EF and lightly toned, the obverse with a small flan flaw Click to Enlarge
1557 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 EF/GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £150 - £200 London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 EF/GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 EF/GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 Click to Enlarge
1558 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 GEF with a light and original tone, the reverse well struck showing the full crown orb £180 - £220 London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 GEF with a light and original tone, the reverse well struck showing the full crown orb Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 GEF with a light and original tone, the reverse well struck showing the full crown orb Click to Enlarge
1559 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £500 - £600 London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 Click to Enlarge
1560 Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3633 VF the obverse with a spot on the King's hair £100 - £175 London Coins : Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3633 VF the obverse with a spot on the King's hair Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3633 VF the obverse with a spot on the King's hair Click to Enlarge

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