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1300 Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1811 ESC 969 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS £130 - £170 London Coins : Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1811 ESC 969 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1811 ESC 969 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1301 Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1813 ESC 976 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS £140 - £170 London Coins : Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1813 ESC 976 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1813 ESC 976 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1302 Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £50 - £100 London Coins : Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 Click to Enlarge
1303 Britannia £100 2007 One Ounce Platinum Proof S.4454A FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 97 £1,400 - £1,800 London Coins : Britannia £100 2007 One Ounce Platinum Proof S.4454A FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 97 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Britannia £100 2007 One Ounce Platinum Proof S.4454A FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 97 Click to Enlarge
1304 Britannia £50 2007 Half Ounce Platinum Proof S.4464A FDC slabbed and graded CGS 96 £700 - £900 London Coins : Britannia £50 2007 Half Ounce Platinum Proof S.4464A FDC slabbed and graded CGS 96 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Britannia £50 2007 Half Ounce Platinum Proof S.4464A FDC slabbed and graded CGS 96 Click to Enlarge
1307 Crown 1662 Rose with undated edge ESC 15 Fine/Good Fine and graded 30 by LCGS £300 - £400 London Coins : Crown 1662 Rose with undated edge ESC 15 Fine/Good Fine and graded 30 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1662 Rose with undated edge ESC 15 Fine/Good Fine and graded 30 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1311 Crown 1696 ESC 94, Bull 1004 PCGS MS63 desirable thus £2,000 - £2,500 London Coins : Crown 1696 ESC 94, Bull 1004 PCGS MS63 desirable thus Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1696 ESC 94, Bull 1004 PCGS MS63 desirable thus Click to Enlarge
1313 Crown 1707 E ESC 103 SEXTO VF and graded 45 by LCGS £600 - £800 London Coins : Crown 1707 E ESC 103 SEXTO VF and graded 45 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1707 E ESC 103 SEXTO VF and graded 45 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1315 Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122 EF and nicely toned graded 60 by LCGS and in their holder £1,400 - £1,800 London Coins : Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122 EF and nicely toned graded 60 by LCGS and in their holder Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122 EF and nicely toned graded 60 by LCGS and in their holder Click to Enlarge
1316 Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF or better and seems conservatively graded by LCGS at 60 £1,800 - £2,400 London Coins : Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF or better and seems conservatively graded by LCGS at 60 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF or better and seems conservatively graded by LCGS at 60 Click to Enlarge
1319 Crown 1891 ESC 301, Bull 2591 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £50 - £100 London Coins : Crown 1891 ESC 301, Bull 2591 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1891 ESC 301, Bull 2591 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 Click to Enlarge
1323 Crown 1928 ESC 368 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS desirable thus £400 - £500 London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS desirable thus Click to Enlarge London Coins : Crown 1928 ESC 368 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS desirable thus Click to Enlarge
1345 Farthing 1672 Peck 519 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by LCGS finest recorded from 6 on the LCGS population report £800 - £1,100 London Coins : Farthing 1672 Peck 519 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by LCGS finest recorded from 6 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge London Coins : Farthing 1672 Peck 519 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by LCGS finest recorded from 6 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge
1346 Farthing 1675 5 over 3 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by CGS rare, this being the only example of this variety recorded on the LCGS population report £1,200 - £1,500 London Coins : Farthing 1675 5 over 3 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by CGS rare, this being the only example of this variety recorded on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge London Coins : Farthing 1675 5 over 3 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by CGS rare, this being the only example of this variety recorded on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge
1347 Farthing 1714 Queen Anne small flan Peck 741 GVF and graded 45 by LCGS £500 - £750 London Coins : Farthing 1714 Queen Anne small flan Peck 741 GVF and graded 45 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Farthing 1714 Queen Anne small flan Peck 741 GVF and graded 45 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1348 Farthing 1741 Peck 885 GEF-AU and conservatively graded by LCGS at 70 and one of the first coins they graded with UIN 000005 £300 - £400 London Coins : Farthing 1741 Peck 885 GEF-AU and conservatively graded by LCGS at 70 and one of the first coins they graded with UIN 000005 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Farthing 1741 Peck 885 GEF-AU and conservatively graded by LCGS at 70 and one of the first coins they graded with UIN 000005 Click to Enlarge
1349 Farthing 1754 Peck 892 Unc with some faint lustre graded 82 by LCGS and the finest recorded of 13 on the LCGS population report £300 - £400 London Coins : Farthing 1754 Peck 892 Unc with some faint lustre graded 82 by LCGS and the finest recorded of 13 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge London Coins : Farthing 1754 Peck 892 Unc with some faint lustre graded 82 by LCGS and the finest recorded of 13 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge
1360 Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 Unc with virtually full lustre and graded 85 by LCGS £80 - £100 London Coins : Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 Unc with virtually full lustre and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Farthing 1890 Freeman 562 Unc with virtually full lustre and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1363 Five Guineas 1693 S.3422 Obverse conjoined busts of joint monarchs right. GVLIELMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA. Reverse, crowned garnished square topped arms, lion of Nassau in centre. Edge year QVINTO in raised letters on edge, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, with Prooflike and brilliant fields, a piece with remarkable eye appeal, the bust and reverse design lightly frosted, retaining much mint lustre, must surely be one of the finest known examples of this short series. At the time of writing, the PCGS Population report shows one example graded MS62+ and another at MS63 being the only finer examples. Across the entire William and Mary series combining all Five Guinea dates and varieties, only 4 examples have been graded higher by PCGS. and in August 2020 an example dated 1692 and graded MS63 by PCGS realised $384,000 in Heritage, and is now being offered for private treaty sale at $499,000, and we can tell you that that the difference in grade between MS62 and 63 is negligible. William and Mary were spouses who reigned over the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. They began their joint reign in February 1689 after they were offered the throne by the Convention Parliament. James II (Mary’s father) had fled the country and William and Mary occupied what was in effect a vacant throne. They were the first joint rulers in England for over 800 years, although Philip II and Mary I had appeared on English coinage together. Mary was to reign until her death from smallpox in December 1694 and William continued his rule alone, until his death in March 1702. The reign of William and Mary was brief and their coins are relatively scarce. £80,000 - £120,000 London Coins : Five Guineas 1693 S.3422 Obverse conjoined busts of joint monarchs right.  GVLIELMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA.  Reverse, crowned garnished square topped arms, lion of Nassau in centre. Edge year QVINTO in raised letters on edge, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, with Prooflike and brilliant fields, a piece with remarkable eye appeal, the bust and reverse design lightly frosted, retaining much mint lustre, must surely be one of the finest known examples of this short series. At the time of writing, the PCGS Population report shows one example graded MS62+ and another at MS63 being the only finer examples. Across the entire William and Mary series combining all Five Guinea dates and varieties, only 4 examples have been graded higher by PCGS. and in August 2020 an example dated 1692 and graded MS63 by PCGS realised $384,000 in Heritage, and is now being offered for private treaty sale at $499,000, and we can tell you that that the difference in grade between MS62 and 63 is negligible. William and Mary were spouses who reigned over the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. They began their joint reign in February 1689 after they were offered the throne by the Convention Parliament. James II (Mary’s father) had fled the country and William and Mary occupied what was in effect a vacant throne.  They were the first joint rulers in England for over 800 years, although Philip II and Mary I had appeared on English coinage together.  Mary was to reign until her death from smallpox in December 1694 and William continued his rule alone, until his death in March 1702. The reign of William and Mary was brief and their coins are relatively scarce. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Five Guineas 1693 S.3422 Obverse conjoined busts of joint monarchs right.  GVLIELMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA.  Reverse, crowned garnished square topped arms, lion of Nassau in centre. Edge year QVINTO in raised letters on edge, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, with Prooflike and brilliant fields, a piece with remarkable eye appeal, the bust and reverse design lightly frosted, retaining much mint lustre, must surely be one of the finest known examples of this short series. At the time of writing, the PCGS Population report shows one example graded MS62+ and another at MS63 being the only finer examples. Across the entire William and Mary series combining all Five Guinea dates and varieties, only 4 examples have been graded higher by PCGS. and in August 2020 an example dated 1692 and graded MS63 by PCGS realised $384,000 in Heritage, and is now being offered for private treaty sale at $499,000, and we can tell you that that the difference in grade between MS62 and 63 is negligible. William and Mary were spouses who reigned over the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. They began their joint reign in February 1689 after they were offered the throne by the Convention Parliament. James II (Mary’s father) had fled the country and William and Mary occupied what was in effect a vacant throne.  They were the first joint rulers in England for over 800 years, although Philip II and Mary I had appeared on English coinage together.  Mary was to reign until her death from smallpox in December 1694 and William continued his rule alone, until his death in March 1702. The reign of William and Mary was brief and their coins are relatively scarce. Click to Enlarge
1367 Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 in a PCGS holder and graded MS61 £4,400 - £5,500 London Coins : Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 in a PCGS holder and graded MS61 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 in a PCGS holder and graded MS61 Click to Enlarge
1386 Florin 1884 ESC 860 Unc with subdued mint brilliance and grade 78 by LCGS £450 - £550 London Coins : Florin 1884 ESC 860 Unc with subdued mint brilliance and grade 78 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Florin 1884 ESC 860 Unc with subdued mint brilliance and grade 78 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1391 Florin 1921 ESC 940, Bull 3768 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80. A most attractive example of the 'Dull Finish' Half Silver type, displaying almost full original colour. Very few 1920-1922 Florins remain in this original condition, as many adjustments were made to the alloy with varying amounts of nickel, manganese and zinc used, and the 'Dull Finish' experiment was curtailed. Bright finish coins were again produced from late 1922 onwards. £50 - £80 London Coins : Florin 1921 ESC 940, Bull 3768 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80. A most attractive example of the 'Dull Finish' Half Silver type, displaying almost full original colour. Very few 1920-1922 Florins remain in this original condition, as many adjustments were made to the alloy with varying amounts of nickel, manganese and zinc used, and the 'Dull Finish' experiment was curtailed. Bright finish coins were again produced from late 1922 onwards. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Florin 1921 ESC 940, Bull 3768 in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80. A most attractive example of the 'Dull Finish' Half Silver type, displaying almost full original colour. Very few 1920-1922 Florins remain in this original condition, as many adjustments were made to the alloy with varying amounts of nickel, manganese and zinc used, and the 'Dull Finish' experiment was curtailed. Bright finish coins were again produced from late 1922 onwards. Click to Enlarge
1392 Florin 1926 ESC 945, Bull 3778 A lustrous example the obverse with an excellent strike. A most pleasing coin with considerable eye appeal, Very few of the Half Silver George V issues remain in choice grades. In an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 18 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £80 - £120 London Coins : Florin 1926 ESC 945, Bull 3778 A lustrous example the obverse with an excellent strike. A most pleasing coin with considerable eye appeal, Very few of the Half Silver George V issues remain in choice grades. In an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 18 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report Click to Enlarge London Coins : Florin 1926 ESC 945, Bull 3778 A lustrous example the obverse with an excellent strike. A most pleasing coin with considerable eye appeal, Very few of the Half Silver George V issues remain in choice grades. In an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the second finest known of 18 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report Click to Enlarge
1393 Groat 1838 ESC 1930, Bull 3319 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £50 - £100 London Coins : Groat 1838 ESC 1930, Bull 3319 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Groat 1838 ESC 1930, Bull 3319 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 Click to Enlarge
1394 Groat 1854 Davies 1229 Choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS Joint Finest of 10 on the LCGS population report £140 - £180 London Coins : Groat 1854 Davies 1229 Choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS Joint Finest of 10 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge London Coins : Groat 1854 Davies 1229 Choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS Joint Finest of 10 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge
1395 Groat 1855 ESC 1953, Bull 3352 Choice UNC with gold and olive toning over original lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £50 - £100 London Coins : Groat 1855 ESC 1953, Bull 3352 Choice UNC with gold and olive toning over original lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Groat 1855 ESC 1953, Bull 3352 Choice UNC with gold and olive toning over original lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 Click to Enlarge
1413 Guinea 1791 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £900 - £1,100 London Coins : Guinea 1791 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Guinea 1791 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 Click to Enlarge
1495 Half Sovereign 1910S Marsh 525 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 £400 - £500 London Coins : Half Sovereign 1910S Marsh 525 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Half Sovereign 1910S Marsh 525 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 Click to Enlarge
1502 Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO edge ESC 494 EF and graded 60 by LCGS £1,400 - £1,800 London Coins : Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO edge ESC 494 EF and graded 60 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1686 SECVNDO edge ESC 494 EF and graded 60 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1514 Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 Good EF and pleasing, graded 70 by LCGS £600 - £800 London Coins : Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 Good EF and pleasing, graded 70 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554 Good EF and pleasing, graded 70 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1518 Halfcrown 1701 ESC 564 nearer EF than VF and graded 50 by LCGS £450 - £550 London Coins : Halfcrown 1701 ESC 564 nearer EF than VF and graded 50 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1701 ESC 564 nearer EF than VF and graded 50 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1524 Halfcrown 1741 Plain Date ESC 601 richly toned GEF and graded 70 by LCGS £1,800 - £2,200 London Coins : Halfcrown 1741 Plain Date ESC 601 richly toned GEF and graded 70 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1741 Plain Date ESC 601 richly toned GEF and graded 70 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1527 Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606 EF and graded 65 by LCGS £300 - £400 London Coins : Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606 EF and graded 65 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606 EF and graded 65 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1532 Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 £700 - £800 London Coins : Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 Click to Enlarge
1535 Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 EF, lightly toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £100 - £200 London Coins : Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 EF, lightly toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478 EF, lightly toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 Click to Enlarge
1536 Halfcrown 1834 WW script Unc and pleasing with a light tone over original mint bloom, and graded 80 by LCGS £1,000 - £1,200 London Coins : Halfcrown 1834 WW script Unc and pleasing with a light tone over original mint bloom, and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1834 WW script Unc and pleasing with a light tone over original mint bloom, and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1539 Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 GEF and graded 65 by LCGS £500 - £800 London Coins : Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 GEF and graded 65 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1844 ESC 677 GEF and graded 65 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1549 Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64, the joint highest grade for this rare date recorded by the PCGS Population Report, always a very rare coin in high grades, in our opinion the 1925 scarcer in high grade than the 1930 coin £650 - £750 London Coins : Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64, the joint highest grade for this rare date recorded by the PCGS Population Report, always a very rare coin in high grades, in our opinion the 1925 scarcer in high grade than the 1930 coin Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64, the joint highest grade for this rare date recorded by the PCGS Population Report, always a very rare coin in high grades, in our opinion the 1925 scarcer in high grade than the 1930 coin Click to Enlarge
1551 Halfcrown 1953 Proof, Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 I of DEI point to a space. Weakly Struck first portrait. The Proof version of the early portrait, as used in the 1953 currency plastic set. Davies 2310, S.4137 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PR66 the attribution wrongly stated on the label to be S.4137A. Very Rare and now listed in Spink at £1700 FDC £800 - £1,000 London Coins : Halfcrown 1953 Proof, Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 I of DEI point to a space. Weakly Struck first portrait. The Proof version of the early portrait, as used in the 1953 currency plastic set. Davies 2310, S.4137 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PR66 the attribution wrongly stated on the label to be S.4137A. Very Rare and now listed in Spink at £1700 FDC Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfcrown 1953 Proof, Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 I of DEI point to a space. Weakly Struck first portrait. The Proof version of the early portrait, as used in the 1953 currency plastic set. Davies 2310, S.4137 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PR66 the attribution wrongly stated on the label to be S.4137A. Very Rare and now listed in Spink at £1700 FDC Click to Enlarge
1563 Halfpenny 1740 Peck 870 Choice Unc with some subdued lustre and graded 85 by LCGS UIN 000034 £1,000 - £1,400 London Coins : Halfpenny 1740 Peck 870 Choice Unc with some subdued lustre and graded 85 by LCGS UIN 000034 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1740 Peck 870 Choice Unc with some subdued lustre and graded 85 by LCGS UIN 000034 Click to Enlarge
1566 Halfpenny 1774 Peck 907 Unc with much slightly subdued lustre and graded 78 by LCGS £350 - £450 London Coins : Halfpenny 1774 Peck 907 Unc with much slightly subdued lustre and graded 78 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1774 Peck 907 Unc with much slightly subdued lustre and graded 78 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1569 Halfpenny 1806 Peck 1376 chocolate Unc and graded 75 by LCGS £60 - £100 London Coins : Halfpenny 1806 Peck 1376 chocolate Unc and graded 75 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1806 Peck 1376 chocolate Unc and graded 75 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1573 Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 Unc with subdued lustre and graded 85 by LCGS £150 - £200 London Coins : Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 Unc with subdued lustre and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 Unc with subdued lustre and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1577 Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter B to the left of the lighthouse, Freeman 288, dies 7+E, LCW on rock. EF/NEF with some edge nicks and light surface residue. By far the finest example we have offered of this extremely rare type, rated R18 by Freeman. In our experience the rarest of the three main die letter types. Online research shows NGC have only graded 2 examples, the highest graded 45, PCGS have not graded a single example, and LCGS have only graded 2 examples, the highest being Fine 25, so this potentially the finest remaining example £1,500 - £2,000 London Coins : Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter B to the left of the lighthouse, Freeman 288, dies 7+E, LCW on rock. EF/NEF with some edge nicks and light surface residue. By far the finest example we have offered of this extremely rare type, rated R18 by Freeman. In our experience the rarest of the three main die letter types. Online research shows NGC have only graded 2 examples, the highest graded 45, PCGS have not graded a single example, and LCGS have only graded 2 examples, the highest being Fine 25, so this potentially the finest remaining example Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter B to the left of the lighthouse, Freeman 288, dies 7+E, LCW on rock. EF/NEF with some edge nicks and light surface residue. By far the finest example we have offered of this extremely rare type, rated R18 by Freeman. In our experience the rarest of the three main die letter types. Online research shows NGC have only graded 2 examples, the highest graded 45, PCGS have not graded a single example, and LCGS have only graded 2 examples, the highest being Fine 25, so this potentially the finest remaining example Click to Enlarge
1578 Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS and the second finest of 42 on the LCGS population report £160 - £220 London Coins : Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS and the second finest of 42 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 choice Unc and graded 85 by LCGS and the second finest of 42 on the LCGS population report Click to Enlarge
1579 Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 Unc with some lustre and graded 80 by LCGS £160 - £220 London Coins : Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 Unc with some lustre and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 333 Unc with some lustre and graded 80 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1581 Halfpenny 1887 Freeman 358 Unc with much lustre and graded 82 by LCGS £90 - £120 London Coins : Halfpenny 1887 Freeman 358 Unc with much lustre and graded 82 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1887 Freeman 358 Unc with much lustre and graded 82 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1582 Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 Unc with much lustre and graded 85 by LCGS £200 - £250 London Coins : Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 Unc with much lustre and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Halfpenny 1888 Freeman 359 Unc with much lustre and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge
1594 Penny 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident Freeman 139 dies 1+A, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB a high grade and sharp example with considerable mint lustre £750 - £950 London Coins : Penny 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident Freeman 139 dies 1+A, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB a high grade and sharp example with considerable mint lustre Click to Enlarge London Coins : Penny 1895 P of PENNY 2mm from trident Freeman 139 dies 1+A, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB a high grade and sharp example with considerable mint lustre Click to Enlarge
1596 Penny 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 practically BU and graded 85 by LCGS £60 - £80 London Coins : Penny 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 practically BU and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge London Coins : Penny 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 practically BU and graded 85 by LCGS Click to Enlarge

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