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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