Accessories and Books a large group in 5 boxes, Books include Krause World Gold Coins 5th Edition, English Silver Coinage 1992 by P.A.Rayner, Spink Standard Catalogue 2011, World paper Money 1961-present 10th Edition, Coins Market Values 2014, accessories include Westminster boxes, empty Royal Mint cases, display boxes, wooden storage boxes, coin albums and a home-made glass topped cabinet, (Total weight around 40 Kilos) Room bidders only, no postal
Australia Convict Love Token, appears to be on a 1797 Penny, engraved in dots: Let Not Abcence Bannish Love WF.Filldew H.willoughby IL with a heart at the bottom / Transported fo 7 years Convicted 7th Feb 1832, in pleasing grade with a good edge, scarce thus
Engraved Halfcrown 1885 EF nicely toned and with loop mount at the top, engraved with 'Sir W.T.Lewis' on the obverse, Note: William Thomas Lewis was the First Baron of Merthyr' a coal mining magnate, and was created Baronet of Nantgwyne in 1896, and in 1911 he was raised to the peerage as Baron Merthyr of Senghenydd in the County of Glamorgan. One of the pits owned by Lewis was the Senghenydd Colliery. Following a failure to implement a safety plan in early 1913, an explosion in the mine on 14 October of that year killed 439 miners and one rescuer. This remains the worst mining accident in the United Kingdom
Mint Error - Mis-strike Decimal Coins (8) Fifty Pence (5) 1997, 2000 & 2011 and another two without date, Two Pound (2) Commonwealth Games 2002, another - four concentric circles issue, (1997-2014). off metal strikes. Also Mint Error - Mis-strike Two Pound 2008 (2), 11.6 grammes and 2013, 12.1 grammes, off metal strikes, generally about EF
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeHalfpenny 1774 Contemporary Counterfeit on an oval-shaped flan, a spectacular double striking over approximately half the flan, the second strike around 8mm offset from the first, 7.85 grammes, Fine and very unusual
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeShilling 1723SSC a multiple strike with a small extra piece protruding around 4mm from the coin, this showing the M.BR of the obverse legend and the tip of the wreath leaves from the obverse of another coin. VG/NF and highly unusual
Mint Error- Mis-StrikeCrown 1960 the edge largely plain with only a small amount of milling visible all the way round, when viewed from the edge, also with a planchet clip at 5 o'clock, About UNC and very unusual
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