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
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
Books (7) Notes on English Silver Coins 1066-1648 by Seaby 1948, English Silver Coinage from 1649 Second Edition 1957 by Seaby, Standard Catalogue of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland 10th edition 1959, A Guide to the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland by Col.Stewart Thorburn Second edition (signed by the author), Standard Catalogue of United States Coins 1947 Twelfth Edition by Wayte Raymond, The United States Cents 1798-1799 by George H.Clapp 1931, Annals of the coins of Britain and its dependencies by the Rev.Rogers Ruding B.D 1819, with the inscription 'John Tattersall bought at the W.Huxstables sale 21st May 1859' on the first page, all in good second-hand condition in line with age
Mint errors - Mis-Strikes (2) DecimalTwenty Pence 1982 an off-metal strike in brass, struck on a small and thin flan 20mm diameter and weighing 1.85 grammes, off-centre and with the legend largely missing from the obverse and with some legend off the flan on the reverse, VF and unusual, along with Decimal One Pound a blank flan 9.46 grammes with a Wales edge with no milling visible, Fine
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Ten Pence 1997 GVF with planchet clip. Five Pence 1979 AU/EF with planchet clip. BrassThreepence 1960 the edge partly struck out of the collar NVF. Two Pence 2005 EF, weight 6.78 grammes, toned in parts possibly missing some of the plating process
Proof Sets and singles empty boxes (37) comprising 1902 Long Set boxes (2), 1902 Short set box (1), 1937 card box and 1953 box, India 1946 box and others (31) in mixed condition, and a money box Lloyds Bank for Halfcrowns to Threepences
A small group of forgeries and imitations (5) Philip and Mary Shillingundated type, of crude design, probably contemporary, Guinea 1798 gold imitation probably from the early 1970s, Halfcrown 1818 struck in copper, Shilling 1818 fantasy imitation in base metal, Crown 1932 unusual overweight imitation with a broad rim
Books a large selection includes English Hammered Coinage by J.J.North Volumes 1 and 2, Coins of the British Commonwealth of Nations Volume 4 by F.Pridmore, India, a Sovereign balance scale and many other useful publications, in mixed second hand condition (total weight over 22 Kilos)
Engraved - Dollar 1804 Bank of England engraved on either side Obverse: Mary Anne Adlhead Born April 28th 1805, Reverse: Gift of her Aunt Aldcroft 1811 Good Fine with grey tone, the date of the understruck coin (1802) clearly visible
FantasyCrowns INA Patina Series 1918 End of World War I a series of 8 pieces all in different metals:- .925 Silver, Aluminium, Golden Alloy, Copper, Piedfort Copper, Polished Steel, Gold coated copper and Nickel Silver. Milled edge. Only 100 of each made, Lustrous UNC
FantasyCrowns INA Patina Series 1918 End of World War I a series of 8 pieces all in different metals:- .925 Silver, Aluminium, Golden Alloy, Copper, Piedfort Copper, Polished Steel, Gold coated copper and Nickel Silver. Plain edge. Only 100 of each made, Lustrous UNC
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (4) Crown 1953 EF with edge striking flaw, Pennies (2) 1945 with laminated area by the date, Fine, 1948 struck off-centre with a raised lip nearly 2mm wide between 10 and 1 o'clock Good Fine, DecimalTen Pence 1969 struck on a thin flan and weighing 7.30 grammes VF
Royal Mint Trial Strikes (3) each 25mm diameter, the first 1927 Obverse Britannia striking coin, BRITANNIA MONETA, Reverse 1927 within 6-pointed star ROYAL MINT TRIAL DIE, in aluminium?, 1.75 grammes, A/UNC, the second with Obverse and Reverse the same, Britannia striking coin, BRITANNIA MONETA 4.19 grammes, EF with the edge damaged, perhaps as a metal test, the third with Obverse and Reverse the same 1957 within 6-pointed star ROYAL MINT TRIAL DIE 4.18 grammes About EF, again the edge showing damage at fairly even intervals, perhaps as a metal test, an interesting trio
Books (18) includes some useful titles such as Coincraft catalogues (2), English Silver Coinage 4th Edition 1974, English Proof and PatternCrown-size pieces 1658-1960 by Linecar and Stone, all in good condition
Books and accessories includes useful titles such as Krause World Coins, World paper Money Post 1961 and Pre 1961 editions, Spink catalogues (3) 2002, 2012, 2013, English Paper Money by Duggleby all in good second-hand condition, along with an aluminium case containing five 24-coin trays, this in good second-hand condition (total weight 19 Kilos)
HalfpennyErrors (4) 1697 struck off centre causing a thicker rim below the date area VG, George III Contemporary Counterfeits (3) first with the date not visible a spectacular double strike each strike around 10mm apart About Fine, the second a reverse brockage Fair, the third 1775 with evidence of a double striking on the reverse the obverse with evidence of a second coin being struck over the left of the coin VG, all unusual
Mint Error - Mis-StrikePenny 1880 Freeman 101 dies 9+L on a misshapen flan with the edge having considerable flattened areas almost up to the linear circle at 1 o'clock, 5 o'clock and 9 o'clock obverse VF and unusual
Mint Error - Mis-Strike USA Nickel 1915 off-metal, struck in bronze, approaching Fine, weight 4.88 grammes, we note the existence of a 1920 piece in an NGC holder and grading AU55 weighing 4.96 grammes offered in the US for $12,500
Mint Errors - Mis-StrikeSixpences (3) 1926 Modified Head slightly off-centre causing the rim to be proud around the lower part of the reverse, 1964 (2) both struck off-centre and with a raised lip round the edge, GEF
Books (26) a varied group includes some useful titles, includes Krause World Coins 1801-1900 Second Edition, in mixed condition along with Auction Catalogues 2010 to 2013 (20) a mixed group, includes Bowers and Ruddy 'The Henry H.Clifford Collection' 1982, room buyers only must be removed from the sale room by the buyer
Books a wide selection (50), includes some useful titles such as English Hammered Coinage by J.J.North Volume 1 c.650-1272, 1963 Edition, and Volume 2 1272-1662 1975 Edition, The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century by R.Dalton and S.H.Hamer, The 19th Century Token Coinage by W.J.Davis (includes valuation sheet), English and Scotch Coinage by George Bell and Sons, 1885, The Crown Pieces of Great Britain and the British Commonwealth Second Edition by Howard W.A.Linecar, and many others, in mixed condition
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