New Zealand Ten Dollar presentation pack 1993 an uncut sheet of 4 notes Kate Sheppard portrait UNC in the presentation folder, New Zealand Five Dollars an uncut sheet of 8 notes 1992 Sir Edmund Hilary issue, UNC in the presentation folder, New Zealand One Dollar and Two Dollar 'Final Impressions 1967-1991' pair with matching serial numbers with ANS and EPN prefixes UNC in presentation folder with certificate,
Halfpenny Evasion 1792 Obverse bust left: PAYABLE AT W.WILLIAMS Reverse Crowned Harp NORTH WALES date 1792 in mirror image Coleman EH-421 VF or better with much sharp detail, with a stain on the obverse nevertheless very rare in this higher grade
A History of the English Speaking Peoples a 50-piece set each medal showing key historical events from 55BC to 1945 by Danbury Mint 1971 in gold-plated silver, UNC in the album of issue some pieces with toning, with certificates, along with Book '1000 Years of British Monarchy' by Sir Arthur Bryant
A silver Arctic medal 1818-1855, designed by Leonard Charles Wyon, octagonal form, reverse with a three masted ship "For Arctic Discoveries", 1818-1855 in exergue, obverse Queen Victoria to left, VICTORIA REGINA with beaded border, star suspension with loop and ivory colour ribbon, unnamed EF toned with some contact marks
Birth of Prince Charles 1630 30mm diameter in silver struck on a thin flan Obverse 4 oval shields, radiate, united in the centre at their bases, HACTENVS. ANGORVM. NVLLI Reverse NONOR', PRIN'. MAG'. BRIT', FRA'.ET.HIB'.NAT'.29.MAII.1630 within a decorative square tablet EF with a pleasant underlying tone
Coronation of Caroline 1727 34mm diameter in Silver by J.Croker, Eimer 512 the official Coronation issue Obv. Bust Left CAROLINA. D.G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA. Rev The Queen standing flanked by Religion and Britannia. HIC.AMOR.HAEC.PATRIA Exergue CORON.XI.OCTOB. MDCCXXVII VF toned with some contact marks
Coronation of George I 1714 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker, Eimer 470 the official Coronation issue, Obverse Bust right armoured and draped GEORGIVS. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX Reverse the King enthroned right is crowned by Britannia Exergue INAVGVRAT. XX. OCT. MDCCXIII NEF with grey tone
Coronation of Queen Anne 1702 Obverse Bust left draped ANNA. D:G: MAG:BR:FRA: ET. HIB: REGINA. Reverse Pallas standing left hurling thunder at a two-headed monster VICEM. GERIT. ILLA. TONANTIS Exergue INAVGVRAT. XXIII. AP. MDCCII 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 390 Good Fine with light graffiti in the reverse field, Battle of Saragossa 1710 48mm diameter in bronze Eimer 446 Obverse Bust left laureate and draped ANNA AVGVSTA Reverse Victory presents captured Spanish standards to Anne, enthroned. HISPANIS. PROFLIGATIS. Exergue AD. CAESARIAM. AVGVSTVM. AVG.IX. MDCCX by J.Croker VF or better with some contact marks
FAO PopeJohn Paul II medal 1998, 50mm diameter by O.Rossi, 60 grammes of .925 silver Matt finish, Choice UNC in the blue FAO box of issue with certificate, FAO H.E.J.A Chissano, President of the Republic of Mozambique, undated, 50mm diameter by O.Rossi, 60 grammes of .925 silver Matt finish UNC in the FAO box of issue with certificate
Germany Golden Wedding Medal 1912 51mm diameter in silver 'Der senat der freien und hansestadt Hamburg' 'Zur Goldenen Hochzeit' EF in blue box with 'Herrn Ulrich Pjillip Moller J.U.D. und Frau Anna Margaretha geb.Dencker 14 Mai 1862 and 1912 in gold lettering in the lid
Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1887 77 mm diameter in silver Eimer 1733 the official Royal Mint issue with ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALIA and AFRICA in linked shields reverse, a near choice example Good EF and lustrous, in the official red box with certificate, along with Merit medal in bronze 31mm diameter with A&C Lynton 1911 on the reverse GEF boxed
Half Sovereign 1937 a Jewellers CopyEdward VIII in 9 carat gold, Jerngans Lottery 1736 40mm diameter in silver Fine the edge with some small flaws, as part of a group of Medals and Tokens (136) GB and Canadian issues noted, in mixed grades
Investiture of the Prince of Wales 1969 a 4-medal set each in silver 38mm, 32mm, 29mm and 24mm diameters respectively, each with a different reverse design, nFDC to FDC in the box of issue, The Queen's Tour of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, Silver Jubilee 1977 Silver Ingot 93.86 grammes, with three first day covers, UNC in the box of issue with certificate, HM the Queen's Official Birthday Ingot 1977, 122 grammes UNC in the box of issue with certificate, The Post Office Official Commemorative Stamp Ingot 1977, 73 grammes of silver, along with first day cover, UNC in the box of issue with certificate
Ireland - Republic Padraig H. Pearse 1879-1916 boxed commemorative medal two piece set (50mm and 36mm diameters) in 22 carat gold by Paul Vincze 1966, 1916 - 1966 50 years anniversary of Easter Rising PADRAIG H PEARCE 1879 - 1916 surrounding right facing portrait obverse WE PLEDGE OUR LIVES AND THE LIVES OF OUR COMRADES IN ARMS TO THE CUASE OF ITS FREEDOM OF ITS WELFARE AND OF ITS EXALTATION AMONG THE NATIONS reverse above two figures holding flags, total weight 189 grams so over 5 1/2 ounces pure gold content so the gold value alone in the region of £6,000 but rare as medals especially this large double gold issue, we were unable to find any previous sales results for this rare two coin set. Choice Unc in the two coin green display box with 1916 - 1966 in gold on the lid. Paul Vincze also designed coins and is responsible for designs on coins from The Channel Islands, Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Nigeria and more
Medals (2) German States - Marriage of Ferdinand Albert, Duke of Brunswick and Luneberg, to Antonia Amalia 1712 in silver, GVF, with mount removed from the top, Austria 1765 Arrival of the Imperial Family in Innsbruck to celebrate the Wedding of Archduke Leopold, signed A.Wideman, cast, Obverse Four busts conjoined of Francis I, Maria Theresa, Joseph II and Maria Josepa, Reverse a triumphal arch built in front of the city and decorated with medallions with the Emperor and Empress' portraits surmounted by the Imperial Eagle between the statues of Religion and Justice NEF
Medals (9) Internation Exhibition Prize Medal 1862 77mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1553 to A.N.Sherson GVF, Queen VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 77mm diameter by the Corporation of LondonEimer 1816 EF, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 the Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze (2) EF and GEF both boxed, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 the official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter EF boxed, The Whitworth Memorial Medal 1968 Obverses bust left, reverse Whitworth Scholarships Founded 1968 A/UNC boxed, King George VSilver Jubilee (3) 32mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issues EF to GEF boxed
Medals a mixed group :- Prize medal Chronology of the Reigns of Britain Henry VII to Victoria in white metal UNC boxed, Coronation of George VI and Queen Elizabeth 1937. The Confectioners, Bakers and Allied Trades Exhibition in bronze oval, UNC boxed. Birmingham Photographic Society 1913 Prize medal 80mm diameter in brass reverse inscribed Class A Wilfred Harrison, A/UNC boxed. Eton College Regular attendance medal undated 46mm in bronze UNC boxed. Coronation of Edward VII City of Coventry in white metal UNC boxed. Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 39mm diameter in white metal, by Restall, Birmingham, UNC and lustrous. Sir Isaac Pitman - Pitman's Metropolitan Schools Verbatim Reporting Competition Prize medal 41mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed. Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra 1902 31mm in brass pierced for suspension. France uniface Pewter medallion 1789 Beginning of French Revolution (No.2) 77mm diameter by F.Andrieu EF
Medals and sets a small group comprising Coronation of George V 1911 38mm diameter in bronze, presented by the Mayor of Stoke Newington EF. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 32mm diameter in silver Reverse GRI monogram EF. The Three British Kings of 1936 a 3-medal set depicting George V and Queen Mary, Edward VIII, George VI and Queen Elizabeth respectively, each 32mm diameter, matt finish in silver UNC boxed with certificate. Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF in the Royal Mint box. Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF in the Royal Mint box. Coronation Medal 1937 32mm diameter in silver Obverse conjoined busted, no legend, reverse crowned GRI monogram, A/UNC boxed
Queens of the British Isles a 9-medal set by the Birmingham Mint each medal depicting a different monarch, each medal 44-45 grammes of .925 silver, UNC-FDC in the box of issue, one medal with a line of discolouration, The Falkland Islands Campaign 1982 a 9-medal set each medal 25 grammes of .925 silver FDC in the case of issue with leaflet, 400th Anniversary of the Spanish Armada 1588-1988 Silver 5 ounce Medal by the Royal Mint UNC lightly toning, in the box of issue with certificate
The National Motor Museum, Beaulieu a Silver Ingots a 36-piece set each ingot depicting a classic car of the past, along with it's engine performance statistics, each around 68 grammes in weight UNC in the impressive wooden box
VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 the Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze UNC in contemporary box (not Royal Mint). Edward VIICoronation 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue A./UNC in the Royal Mint box. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 The official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver UNC toned, in the red box of issue. George VI Coronation 1937 The official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver UNC toned in the red box of issue. Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 by W.O.Lewis, Birmingham Reverse: Britannia standing on a seashore, with trident, shield and anchor, behind to her right a plinth with Crown, sceptre and drapery, in the distance, a ship and lighthouse, 46mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed. Sandy Horticultural Medal 1931 Reverse Sandy Place in silver boxed UNC, as part of a mixed group (16) includes many prize medals, EF to UNC boxed, and a Crown 1889 VF in a silver brooch mount, this boxed, along with an album of USA (88) mostly modern Masonic tokens with some wooden nickels, in mixed grades
VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1887 77mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1733 the official Royal Mint issue by Boehm, Obv. Bust left crowned and veiled VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX Rev. Enthroned figure of Empire facing, flanked by standing figures of Science, Letters and Art, left, opposite, those of Industry and Agriculture, right. At their feet, below Empire, are Mercury reclining and Time, above two cherubs displaying shields inscribed MDCCCLXXXVIII and MDCCCXXXVII and VRI in a wreath in between. IN. COMMEMORATION Exergue. Five linked shields inscribed ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALASIA and AFRICA, UNC in the red Royal Mint box of issue
A display cabinet approximately 375mm x 400mm x 115mm in fair condition with various sized deeper recesses not the normal insets for coins, along with Auction catalogues (5) and Book 'The Pawnbroker - The Fall and Rise of Pawn broking' by Ray Perry Good second-hand condition. Room buyers only must be cleared from the auction room by the buyer.
Accessories includes an impressive cabinet with 16 drawers, 14 with display trays, also albums, capsules, digital books, a USB Microscope, and many pages of research and descriptions of Roman and Ancient coins, the research an interesting read
Book 'English Copper, Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558-1958' First Edition by C.Wilson Peck (no dust jacket) , English Hammered Coinage Volume 2 by J.J.North both in good second hand condition, along with other books (16) on a variety of other areas of numismatics, includes some useful titles
Books (3) Pick Standard Catalogue of World Paper Money 1368-1960 11th Edition, Pick Standard Catalogue of World Paper Money 1961-present (2) 12th and 14th Editions, Replica Million Pound note as described in the Mark Twain novel, later made into a 1954 film starring Gregory Peck, plus two replica notes, a Million Pound note dated 20 June 1903, and a 'Bank of Restriction' note these with BANKSY and 3nnLSU underneath on the reverse
Engraved a small group (6) Victorian issues Shillings (2), Sixpence (1), Threepence (1), Farthing Victoria Bun Head, Canada 10 Cents (holed), Enamelled Shilling 1787 Reverse in 5 colours, Fair workmanship, Medals (6) includes William IV and Queen Adelaide Coronation 1831 in white metal, holed for suspension, Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 in white metal, holed for suspension , Death of the Duke of Wellington 1852 in white metal and three others in base metal, in mixed grades
Engraved, of Irish and political interest USA Dollar 1879 the reverse engraved with the Bible, a schoolhouse, and William of Orange (William III) on horseback, the inscriptions in the field 'Aughrim', 'Enniskillen', 'Derry 1688', and 'Boyne 1690' Obverse Fine, the engraving of good quality, an interesting and unusual item
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeHalfcrown 1707E a double strike the second strike around 45 degrees clockwise to the first, the reverse showing a second French shield, the obverse showing DEI and part of GRATIA, VG or slightly better, an interesting piece
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