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Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 112
English Coins 1937 ESC 2554 UNC
£55

Auction 112
English Coins 1963 ESC 2580 nFDC-FDC with some small toning spots
£60

Auction 112
English Coins 1973 ESC 2590 nFDC-FDC starting to tone
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1975 ESC 2592 nFDC-FDC the and with toning
£75

Auction 112
English Coins 1978 ESC 2595 Brilliant FDC
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1997 with a couple of small tone spots on the and otherwise FDC
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1999 Brilliant FDC
£75

Auction 112
English Coins 1707 ESC 2216 EF with some haymarking
£36

Auction 112
English Coins 1864 (2) Plain and Crosslet 4 types Freeman 48 and 49 dies 6+G Both Fine
£34

Auction 112
English Coins 1932 and 1934 EF or slightly better
£20

Auction 112
English Coins (2) 1853 Ornamental Trident Peck 1500 NEF, 1857 Plain Trident Peck 1513 normal sized date EF each with light surface marks
£55

Auction 112
English Coins (4) 1927, 1930, 1935, 1937 UNC with lustre
£30

Auction 112
English Coins 1797 KP16 Peck 1117 (Very Scarce) EF with some surface nicks and wear to the gilt on the high points
£120

Auction 112
English Coins 1797 Peck 1096 KP7 in bronzed copper on a thin flan nFDC with some hairlines and some very light surface marks visible under magnificat
£360

Auction 112
English Coins 1797 Peck 1132 10 Leaves UNC with some lustre
£280

Auction 112
English Coins 1797 in Peck 1114 KP15 Large letters on the reverse nFDC with some light scattered surface marks, the numerous reverse flaws on this
£440

Auction 112
English Coins 1797 Peck 1109 KP14 in bronzed copper practically FDC and nicely toned
£360

Auction 112
English Coins 1805 BRITANNIARUM type Peck 1294 Restrike R88 in bronzed copper Practically FDC toned
£400

Auction 112
English Coins 1806 Peck 1325 in base of 1 missing and 0 open at the top nFDC with some minor field imperfections
£290

Auction 112
English Coins 1806 Peck 1342 EF
£46

Auction 112
English Coins 1806 Peck 1342 UNC toned with a few very light surface nicks visible under magnification and an area of die rust to the right of the trident
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1806 Peck 1343 with incuse curl NEF cleaned and retoning, 1853 WW Raised Peck 1575 UNC toned with very minor cabinet friction
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1827 Peck 1430 Good Fine
£180

Auction 112
English Coins 1831 Bronzed Peck 1457 Reverse Inverted nFDC with a few tiny marks in the field above Britannia
£380

Auction 112
English Coins 1831 W.W (no stop after second W) Peck 1458* listed as extremely rare by Peck around Fine, this variety seldom seen in any grade
£44

Auction 112
English Coins 1839 Bronzed Peck 1479 practically FDC with the most minimal of marks and very light cabinet friction
£800

Auction 112
English Coins 1845 Peck 1489 EF with a few light nicks
£150

Auction 112
English Coins 1845 Peck 1489 NEF with a few light surface marks possibly lightly cleaned at some time, now retoned
£120

Auction 112
English Coins 1846 DEF Far Colon Peck 1490 EF/NEF with traces of lustre
£130

Auction 112
English Coins 1854 Plain Trident Peck 1506 EF/GEF with traces of lustre on the reverse
£42

Auction 112
English Coins 1856 Plain Trident Peck 1510 UNC/EF obverse with good but subdued lustre and scarce thus
£600

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 60 over 59 Copper issue EF possibly once lightly cleaned now retoned
£2,200

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 6 dies 1+B EF with a trace of lustre on the reverse
£220

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 Freeman 14 dies 3+E with L.C.W. below foot sharp UNC with near full lustre and as such considerably rarer than the R15 quoted by Freeman
£900

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 in copper Freeman 846 (Peck 2119) R17 GEF/AU with traces of lustre and a few contact marks in the reverse field
£260

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 in copper Freeman 863 (Peck 2135) R17 EF/GEF with traces of lustre
£260

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 in copper with a bronzed finish Freeman 834 (Peck 2107) R16 NEF/GVF
£170

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 in copper with a bronzed finish Freeman 861 (Peck 2133) R18 late die state EF/GVF with some original lustre
£240

Auction 112
English Coins 1860 Freeman 12 dies 2+D rated R17 by Freeman a couple of hairline scratches by Britannia otherwise nFDC
£320

Auction 112
English Coins 1861 Freeman 37 dies 6+G rated R17 by Freeman. The fields with very minor marks, retaining almost full lustre, the Queen's bust and Britan
£700

Auction 112
English Coins 1862 in Nickel Brass Freeman 770, Peck 2060, rated R19 by Freeman. Obverse Coronetted Bun head, Reverse as the currency reverse G. Field
£1,400

Auction 112
English Coins 1863 Freeman 42 dies 6+G UNC with virtually full lustre and three carbon spots on either side
£65

Auction 112
English Coins 1864 Crosslet 4 Freeman 48 dies 6+G A/UNC retaining some subdued lustre, this date probably the hardest Bun Penny to find in lustrous grade
£1,300

Auction 112
English Coins 1868 in Cupro-nickel Freeman 57 dies 6+G nFDC with a few field abrasions
£650

Auction 112
English Coins 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G VG/NF with some surface nicks on the reverse and some mistiness on the left of the reverse legend
£42

Auction 112
English Coins 1871 Freeman 61 dies 6+G Fine
£38

Auction 112
English Coins 1875 Freeman 81 dies 8+H rated R19 by Freeman, a few minor field scuffs otherwise FDC retaining almost full original brilliance and of ext
£800

Auction 112
English Coins 1875H Freeman 86 rated R19 by Freeman UNC with lustre showing some minor cabinet friction on the obverse
£950

Auction 112
English Coins 1877 in Cupro-nickel Freeman 92 dies 9+J rated R19 by Freeman nFDC with a few minor spots
£950

Auction 112
English Coins 1879 Freeman 97 dies 9+J GEF with lustre
£75

Auction 112
English Coins 1881H Freeman 108 dies 11+M UNC with traces of lustre
£140

Auction 112
English Coins 1886 Freeman 123 dies 12+N UNC with traces of lustre and a few very light contact marks visible under magnification
£65

Auction 112
English Coins 1887 Freeman 125 dies 12+N GEF/UNC with traces of lustre
£34

Auction 112
English Coins 1887 Freeman 125 dies 12+N UNC toned
£60

Auction 112
English Coins 1888 Freeman 126 dies 12+N a variety with the upper right serifs on the I's of VICTORIA missing, UNC with some lustre and a couple of darker ton
£60

Auction 112
English Coins 1892 Freeman 134 dies 12+N lustrous UNC with some uneven toning
£55

Auction 112
English Coins 1893 Freeman 136 dies 12+N UNC with some lustre
£60

Auction 112
English Coins 1894 Freeman 369 dies 17+S ABU with virtually full lustre
£130

Auction 112
English Coins 1894 Veiled Head Freeman 776, Peck 2065, rated R18 by Freeman, Obverse as the Veiled Head issue 1895-1901, reverse somewhat similar to t
£1,600

Auction 112
English Coins 1895 Freeman 141 dies 1+B UNC with some lustre and some light contact marks on the portrait
£25

Auction 112
English Coins 1896 Freeman 143 dies 1+B UNC, the reverse with subdued lustre, the obverse with virtually full lustre
£26

Auction 112
English Coins 1897 Freeman 145 dies 1+B variety with wide spaced 97 UNC with virtually full lustre
£25

Auction 112
English Coins 1898 Freeman 149 dies 1+B Lustrous UNC
£25

Auction 112
English Coins 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A Lustrous UNC with some light toning spots on the portrait
£75

Auction 112
English Coins 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC with traces of lustre
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1903 Freeman 158 dies 1+B UNC with Full Lustre
£55

Auction 112
English Coins 1903 Freeman 158 dies 1+B UNC with virtually full lustre
£44

Auction 112
English Coins 1905 Freeman 161 dies 1+C UNC with good lustre and some light toning
£55

Auction 112
English Coins 1906 Freeman 162 dies 1+C lustrous UNC with a few nicks on the portrait
£32

Auction 112
English Coins 1907 Freeman 163 dies 1+B UNC reverse with some lustre, obverse with virtually full lustre
£48

Auction 112
English Coins 1907 Freeman 163 dies 1+C UNC with about 35% lustre
£24

Auction 112
English Coins 1907 Freeman 163 dies 1+C UNC with good lustre some light toning at the top of the portrait
£55

Auction 112
English Coins 1908 Freeman 165 dies 2+C UNC with good lustre and a few dark toning spots on the obverse
£44

Auction 112
English Coins 1909 Freeman 168 dies 2+D UNC with considerable lustre
£65

Auction 112
English Coins 1911 Freeman 171 dies 1+A UNC with about 50% lustre
£22

Auction 112
English Coins 1912 Freeman 172 dies 1+A UNC with full lustre
£38

Auction 112
English Coins 1914 Freeman 178 dies 2+B UNC with considerable lustre
£24

Auction 112
English Coins 1920 Freeman 188 dies 2+B UNC with lustre
£18

Auction 112
English Coins 1922 with reverse of 1927 but rather than the standard earlier obverse this coin has the larger modified head as portrayed on the 1927 .
£3,800

Auction 112
English Coins 1929 Freeman 201 dies 5+C UNC with good lustre
£14

Auction 112
English Coins 1930 Freeman 203 dies 5+C Unc virtually full lustre
£20

Auction 112
English Coins 1930 Freeman 203 dies 5+C UNC with virtually full lustre
£17

Auction 112
English Coins 1931 Freeman 205 dies 5+C UNC with good lustre
£18

Auction 112
English Coins 1932 Freeman 207 die 5+C UNC with good lustre and a couple of handling marks
£36

Auction 112
English Coins 1932 Freeman 207 dies 5+C UNC with lustre and scarce thus
£36

Auction 112
English Coins 1934 Freeman 210 dies 5+C A/UNC Toned with a hairline scratch in front of the King's forehead
£22

Auction 112
English Coins 1935 Freeman 212 dies 5+C with a very light tone area behind the bust otherwise BU with full mint lustre
£15

Auction 112
English Coins 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C UNC with a few light bag marks and considerable lustre
£38

Auction 112
English Coins 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C UNC with considerable lustre
£40

Auction 112
English Coins 1718 S.3638 EF with a couple of minting flaws on the King's face
£300

Auction 112
English Coins 1658 ESC 1005 a choice GEF and nicely toned
£1,400

Auction 112
English Coins 1663 ESC 1024 with the arms of Scotland and Ireland transposed (R3) Strong GVF with a small edge bruise after IA of GRATIA
£700

Auction 112
English Coins 1668 ESC 1030 EF/NEF
£550

Auction 112
English Coins 1686 ESC 1070 GVF
£360

Auction 112
English Coins 1696 Y as ESC 1087 Bright GVF but with no ribbons behind the hair
£340

Auction 112
English Coins 1707 ESC 1141 Third Bust about as struck with some underlying gold tone
£420

Auction 112
English Coins 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 As struck with underlying gold and blue toning
£300

Auction 112
English Coins 1709 ESC 1154 Third Bust bright VF with a couple of light surface nicks
£50

Auction 112
English Coins 1709 ESC 1154 Third Bust VF with one or two surface marks around GRATIA
£48

Auction 112
English Coins 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 1160 3 over 2 (as all are) VF/GVF lightly toned
£220

Auction 112
English Coins 1739 Roses ESC 1201 GVF with dark toning, small flaw in the field in front of the portrait
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1739 Roses Good VF with a dark even tone ESC 1201
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1743 Roses ESC 1203 VF or better, slight flattening to the edge at 2 o'clock on the reverse
£80

Auction 112
English Coins 1745 LIMA EF dark tone
£120

Auction 112
English Coins 1746 ESC 1208 nFDC with an attractive grey tone
£850

Auction 112
English Coins 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214 EF/GEF with a pleasing light tone
£760

Auction 112
English Coins 1787 No Hearts ESC 1216 GEF with subtle toning
£32

Auction 112
English Coins 1817 GEF
£25

Auction 112
English Coins 1817 Unbarred H in HONI Not in ESC or Davies Pleasing EF with light tone
£40

Auction 112
English Coins 1821 ESC 1248 nFDC with grey toning
£500

Auction 112
English Coins 1824 ESC 1251 A/UNC
£160

Auction 112
English Coins 1825 ESC 1253 Bare Head Sharp UNC with a superb and choice multicoloured tone
£140

Auction 112
English Coins 1825 with Third Reverse ESC 1255 FDC with blue/grey toning
£950

Auction 112
English Coins 1826 ESC 1257 UNC with a superb and choice multicoloured tone
£130

Auction 112
English Coins 1826 reported as a Proof the fields certainly prooflike UNC with pleasing gold tone and hints of blue
£170

Auction 112
English Coins 1831 Plain edge ESC 1266 nFDC with a few very minor surface nicks visible under magnification
£300

Auction 112
English Coins 1831 Plain edge ESC 1266 nFDC with some toning spots on the reverse and minor cabinet friction
£280

Auction 112
English Coins 1835 ESC 1271 GEF/AU and scarce in this grade
£100

Auction 112
English Coins 1839 ESC 1283 Second Head with No W.W. GEF/AU
£65

Auction 112
English Coins 1839 Plain edge ESC 1284 Second Young Head with No WW. Small scuff by the Queen's mouth, and a light edge flattening by GRA that looks
£320

Auction 112
English Coins 1842 ESC 1288 EF/GEF and nicely toned
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1844 ESC 1291 EF/GEF
£80

Auction 112
English Coins 1845 ESC 1292 AU/UNC with a toning spot by the E of ONE
£95

Auction 112
English Coins 1852 ESC 1299 Bright GEF
£60

Auction 112
English Coins 1852 ESC 1299 UNC with attractive toning
£90

Auction 112
English Coins 1854 ESC 1302 VF but has been cleaned, reverse with some digs on and around ONE SHILLING
£320

Auction 112
English Coins 1856 ESC 1304 UNC lightly toned with a few contact marks on the obverse
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1859 ESC 1307 EF/AU nicely toned with underlying brilliance, a small edge bruise below the date barely detracts
£95

Auction 112
English Coins 1865 Die number 53 ESC 1313 A/UNC with some minor contact marks to the portrait and a small tone spot in the obverse field
£75

Auction 112
English Coins 1865 ESC 1313 Die number 117 GEF
£85

Auction 112
English Coins 1870 Die Number 12 ESC 1320 NEF/EF with a few light toning marks in the obverse field
£40

Auction 112
English Coins 1870 ESC 1320 Die number 5 UNC with cabinet friction and beautifully toned
£80

Auction 112
English Coins 1871 ESC 1321 Die number 9 A/UNC with minor cabinet friction, choice toning with much underlying brilliance, with a small tone spot below the
£80

Auction 112
English Coins 1873 ESC 1325 Die number 83 GEF
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1875 ESC 1327 Die number 63 GEF and nicely toned
£80

Auction 112
English Coins 1905 VG
£40

Auction 112
English Coins 1907 ESC 1416 EF/GEF lightly toning
£28

Auction 112
English Coins 1927 ESC 1440 nFDC
£40

Auction 112
English Coins s (2) 1873 ESC 1325 die number 65 NEF, 1881 ESC 1338 EF with scattered tone spots
£65

Auction 112
English Coins s (2) 1931 and 1933 Unc or near so
£20

Auction 112
English Coins s (4) 1668 Second Bust Good Fine with some old scratches in the obverse fields, 1758, 1787 No Hearts, 1817 VF-GVF
£130

Auction 112
English Coins 1697 ESC 1566 Third Bust Large s EF and lustrous on the reverse with some light haymarking and an interesting double striking to the re
£70

Auction 112
English Coins 1683 ESC 1523 Bright EF
£420

Auction 112
English Coins 1688 ESC 1528 approaching EF with even toning and some light haymarks to the reverse, the rarest of the Sixpences all of which are s
£600

Auction 112
English Coins 1693 ESC 1529 with a couple of flan flaws (one either side) AVF with slightly uneven tone to obverse.
£140

Auction 112
English Coins 1697 ESC 1552 First Bust Small s Brilliant EF/AU with some light haymarking
£80

Auction 112
English Coins 1697 N ESC 1561 First Bust, Later Harp, Small s EF with some light flecks of haymarking and an overall even grey tone
£110

Auction 112
English Coins 1697 Third Bust, Large s ESC 1566 UNC with lustre
£110

Auction 112
English Coins 1703 VIGO ESC 1582 approaching EF
£160

Auction 112
English Coins 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 1608 EF
£150

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