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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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1352 Crown 1662 Rose below bust, edge dated 1662, die axis inverted, ESC 17, Bull 344, Fine or better, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 35 £400 - £500
1361 Crown 1673 VICESIMO QVINTO ESC 47, Bull 390, Good Fine or better, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 35 £500 - £600
1363 Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78, Bull 743, VF with grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 £500 - £600
1366 Crown 1696 First Bust ESC 89, Bull 995 UNC with even grey toning, an attractive and fully struck piece, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, EX-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 668 £2,500 - £3,000
1368 Crown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 97 EF with minor haymarks and adjustment lines, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £1,400 - £1,600
1369 Crown 1700 Third Bust DVODECIMO ESC 97, Bull 1010 UNC or near so with golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, Ex-London Coins A117 June 2007 lot 874 £2,400 - £2,800
1371 Crown 1703 VIGO ESC 99, Bull 1340 GVF with some haymarking, overall a nicely struck example with an excellent portrait of the Queen, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 £2,400 - £2,800
1373 Crown 1716 Roses and Plumes ESC 110, Bull 1540 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £5,000 - £5,500
1379 Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125, Bull 1668 EF with grey tone and some light haymarking, all George II Crowns desirable in high grades, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £1,500 - £1,750
1380 Crown 1750 ESC 127, Bull 1670, UNC or very near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, a most attractive example all George II Crowns elusive and desirable in high grades £3,500 - £4,500
1382 Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010, About UNC, lightly toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £1,000 - £1,200
1387 Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310, UNC with even grey toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the second finest known of 36 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 689 £1,700 - £2,000
1394 Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571 approaching UNC, with colourful toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £3,200 - £5,000
1398 Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571, A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £3,200 - £5,000
1416 Crown 1897 LX ESC 312 A/UNC and lustrous with a hint of golden tone, slabbed and graded CGS 75 £170 - £230
1426 Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631, in a PCGS holder and graded PR64 £300 - £400
1429 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £250 - £350
1439 Crown 1936 ESC 381, Bull 3649 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £400 - £500
1440 Crown 1937 ESC 392, Bull 4020 Lustrous UNC with a bold strike, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of 20 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, this proving to be a hard coin to locate in grade 80 and above, with many examples being heavily bag marked £85 - £125
1463 Farthing 1679 Peck 530 Choice UNC and toned in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 June 2006 Lot 739. Charles II Farthings very seldom encountered in this high grade. Since this coin was graded another 42000 coins have been graded, this has still to be bettered. It remains the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. £2,000 - £2,500
1465 Farthing 1698 Silver Proof, with stops after date, Peck 680, A/UNC, a most attractive example with plenty of eye appeal, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, these Silver Proofs add a touch of class to any collection of early Farthings £800 - £1,000
1467 Farthing 1719 Small Obverse Letters Peck 812. A/UNC with attractive underlying tone. The finest of only 2 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. The George I issues now extremely hard to find in the highest grades, and extremely sought after by copper enthusiasts when they appear £800 - £1,000
1470 Farthing 1806 Copper Proof Peck 1389 KF13 nFDC with traces of lustre , in a PCGS holder slabbed and graded PR64 BN £180 - £230
1474 Farthing 1825 Obverse 1, as Peck 1414, variety with 1 in date having no top serif, LCGS Variety 10, Choice UNC attractively toned with a trace of mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the second finest of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £125 - £150
1476 Farthing 1839 as Peck 1554, Aboutfarthings Obverse 1, both A's barred in GRATIA, Reverse Ab Three-pronged Trident with stop after DEF, as LCGS Variety 05, Near EF/EF £25 - £45
1477 Farthing 1840 as Peck 1559, Aboutfarthings Obverse 1, both A's barred in GRATIA, Reverse A Three-pronged Trident with Colon after DEF, as LCGS type 01, EF with traces of lustre and a few small spots £25 - £45
1481 Farthing 1848 as Peck 1569, Aboutfarthings Obverse 1, Reverse Bb, No serifs to B of BRITANNIAR, unbarred A's in BRITANNIAR, a scarce die pairing, LCGS Variety 09, this type with a distinctive die-break from the helmet plume top the rim. NEF/EF with a small stain on the bust £30 - £50
1482 Farthing 1852 as Peck 1574, Aboutfarthings Obverse 2, Reverse B, unbarred A's in BRITANNIAR, EF with around 15% lustre, LCGS Variety 02, the obverse with some contact marks, scarce in high grade £55 - £75
1483 Farthing 1860 Toothed Border, 4 Berries Freeman 499 dies 2+B Lustrous UNC with a deep and attractive colourful tone in parts, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £55 - £75
1484 Farthing 1860 Toothed Border, 5 Berries, Freeman 501 dies 3+B, Choice UNC with 75%/50% lustre with touches of magenta toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £65 - £85
1485 Farthing 1860 Toothed Border, 5 Berries, Freeman 501 dies 3+B, Choice UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £200 - £250
1488 Farthing 1862 Freeman 507 dies 3+B Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 £95 - £125
1489 Farthing 1862 Small thin 8 in date, with 8 over 8 (underlying 8 to the right, visible mainly on the lower loop) LCGS Variety 04, UNC with practically full lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £65 - £85
1490 Farthing 1862 Thin 8 over Large 8, a choice UNC example, the obverse with a superb 'satiny' tone, the reverse with around 25% lustre, struck from different dies to the Cooke Collection Lot 160 coin, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, unlisted by Peck or Freeman, certainly a coin for the Farthing Variety specialist £220 - £280
1491 Farthing 1863 as Freeman 509 dies 3+B Variety with dot in the sea below the lighthouse, LCGS Variety 02, UNC with around 50%/70% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of just 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. All 1863 Farthings are rare in high grades, this an excellent coin for the Farthing Specialist collector £550 - £750
1493 Farthing 1866 Close 66 in date as Freeman 514 dies 3+B Choice UNC toned, with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £85 - £125
1494 Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Peck 1882, UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, very rare and missing from many advanced Farthing collections. Ex-Finchampstead Collection £300 - £400
1496 Farthing 1868 Freeman 519 dies 3+B UNC with around 70%/50% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £55 - £75
1497 Farthing 1869 Freeman 522 dies 3+B Choice UNC with around 50% original mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, this date very seldom offered in mint state and rare thus. The joint finest known of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £85 - £125
1499 Farthing 1873 as Freeman 523 dies 3+B, High 3 in date (clear of linear circle) LCGS Variety 01 Choice UNC with around 40%/70% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88 £85 - £125
1500 Farthing 1873 as Freeman 524 dies 3+B, Low 3 (touches linear circle) LCGS variety 02, Choice UNC with around 80% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, the joint finest known of 44 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £85 - £125
1501 Farthing 1873 as Freeman 524 dies 3+B, Low 3 (touches linear circle) LCGS variety 02, UNC and with around 80% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, £40 - £60
1503 Farthing 1882H Broken F in F:D: type as Freeman 549 dies 7+F, LCGS variety 01, UNC with practically full lustre enhanced by touches of magenta tone £55 - £75
1504 Farthing 1883 Perfect F in F:D: Choice UNC with around 90%/75% lustre, LCGS Variety 02, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, this date scarce in high grades, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Finchampstead Collection £125 - £150
1505 Farthing 1886 Freeman 557 dies 7+F Choice UNC with around 65% lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 £65 - £85
1506 Farthing 1888 Freeman 560 dies 7+F Choice UNC with around 75% original lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 17 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £65 - £85
1507 Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 dies 7+F, UNC with practically full lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, Ex-NGC MS64 PL the ticket no longer with the coin (removed at the time of LCGS slabbing). The joint finest known of 31 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. Very few currency coins attain a grade of 88, these grades are truly rare £120 - £150
1509 Farthing 1890 Wide (normal) date Freeman 562 dies 7+F UNC with practically full lustre, minor toning on both sides, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £45 - £65
1510 Farthing 1891 Freeman 564 dies 7+F UNC with around 70% mint lustre, the obverse in particular sharply struck, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the second finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £65 - £85
1511 Farthing 1893 Wide (Normal) Date, as Freeman 568 dies 7+F, LCGS Variety 02, UNC and retaining around 85% mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £45 - £65

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