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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1956 Freeman 669 UNC 88
£18

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1729 Plain below bust Spink 3663 EF 70
£8,500

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1853 No Stop after Date ESC 808 AU 75
£200

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1881 xxri ESC 858A UNC 80 and scarce thus
£650

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Certified Coins 1902 ESC 919 AU 78
£70

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1923 ESC 942 UNC 82
£55

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1924 practically mint state with eye catching original brilliance only some bag marks must be the reason for the 75 grade
£70

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1925 ESC 944 AU 78
£360

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1926 ESC 945 EF 75
£55

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1938 ESC 958 bright AU with some toning lines on the lower half of the obverse and graded 75 by , CGS mark down for high points friction and striking and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most commercial dealers CGS has acknowledged this by using AU 75 and AU 78 on their labels rather than EF 75 and EF 78
£24

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1700 D. TERTIO VF 40
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1878 ESC 701 EF 60
£110

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1897 ESC 731 UNC 85
£190

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1913 ESC 760 EF 70
£100

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1935 ESC 784 UNC 80
£29

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1935 ESC 784 UNC 82
£36

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1936 ESC 785 UNC 85
£48

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1951 ESC 798D UNC 82
£18

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1729 Peck 830 EF 70
£360

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1799 in Bronzed Copper Peck 1234 UNC 88
£220

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1861 Dies 6+G Freeman 277 UNC 82
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1862 A left of Lighthouse Freeman 290A AU 75
£1,600

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1876H Bronze Freeman 329A lustrous aFDC small dark tone patch below date rare and graded 85 by - UK
£750

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1884 Freeman 352 UNC 80
£90

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1893 Freeman 368 UNC 82
£90

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1898 Freeman 375 UNC 80
£34

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1927 Freeman 408 UNC 80
£24

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Certified Coins 1929 Freeman 412 UNC 85
£55

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1952 Freeman 461 UNC 82
£18

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1954 Freeman 466 UNC 82
£30

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1958 Freeman 481 Dies 3+G UNC 85
£180

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 EF 70
£180

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1858 No WW Peck 1518 UNC with practically full lustre and of stunning appearance thus, graded UNC 82 by - UK . Although CGS UK consider lustre, and mark down coins that have unsightly toning problems, they do not rate eye appeal as highly as the USA grading companies. The CGS system attaches more importance to wear, bag marks, hairlines etc, so coins with these problems that, owing to eye appeal may be hyped up by traditional retailers or graded higher in the US, will get a more conservative grade. Note it is interesting to see large quantities of cleaning fluids such as MS70 specifically designed for coin cleaning available at US coin shows, this presumably is a development influenced by "eye appeal" requirements.
£300

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1860 TB Freeman 13 variety 18 lustrous Unc and grades UNC 82 by CGS UK
£240

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1900 Freeman 153 lustrous aUnc and graded 75 by
£24

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Certified Coins 1931 Freeman 205 UNC 82
£32

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Certified Coins 1937 Dies 1+A Freeman 217 UNC 88
£36

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Certified Coins 1938 Freeman 222 UNC 82
£18

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Certified Coins 1839 Peck 1608 EF 65
£44

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Certified Coins 1685 ESC 1068 VF 50
£320

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 EF 60
£170

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1734 Roses and Plumes as ESC 1197 with the 3 of the date struck over a 3 further to the left, the date thus appearing as 17334 an unusual new variety graded EF 60 by and their variety no. 02 so coin type number SH.G2.1734.02
£420

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1750 50 over 46 ESC 1210A EF 70
£240

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1750 Thin 0 in date ESC 1210 EF 60
£280

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Certified Coins 1758 ESC 1213 AU 75
£70

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214 AU 78 and a best extant on the CGS population report (see their new verification feature on the CGS home page which gives the ranking of any coin input)
£1,700

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1888 8 over 7 Davies 983 UNC 82
£170

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Certified Coins 1892 ESC 1360 UNC 82
£190

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Certified Coins 1893 UNC 82
£75

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Certified Coins 1893 UNC 82
£75

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Certified Coins 1893 Small Obverse Letters Davies 1010 UNC 82
£72

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Certified Coins 1897 ESC 1366 EF70
£20

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Certified Coins 1898 ESC 1367 UNC 82
£90

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Certified Coins 1907 ESC 1416 UNC 82
£252

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Certified Coins 1910 AU 75 an interesting example of how CGS grade with some high points friction on the King's eye brow and hair and on the lion's nose presumably the contributors to the AU grade, few other problems apparent
£48

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1934 ESC 1447 UNC 80
£32

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Certified Coins 1964 Scottish ESC 1475JJ UNC 85
£14

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Certified Coins 1895 ESC 2107 UNC 85
£46

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Certified Coins 1901 UNC 85
£38

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 1608 VF 55
£70

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1816 ESC 1630 UNC 85
£95

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1826 Lion on ESC 1662 AU 75
£110

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1829 ESC 1666 AU 75
£160

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1841 ESC 1688 EF 60
£50

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1888 Dies 1B medium sized design, Joined leaf, stem on left is angled. Ex- MS65 Davies 1162 UNC 85
£108

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1891 ESC 1759 UNC 80
£68

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1894 Davies 1353 AU 78
£28

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1903 ESC 1787 UNC 80
£65

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1914 ESC 1799 UNC 80
£47

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1915 ESC 1800 UNC 82
£50

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1916 ESC 1801 UNC 80
£26

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1920 ESC 1805 UNC 80
£80

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1926 Modified Effigy ESC 1814 UNC 80
£29

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1933 ESC 1822 UNC 85
£38

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1936 UNC 88
£42

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1950 ESC 1838B UNC 85
£18

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1952 ESC 1838F UNC 85 and very scarce in this high grade
£150

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1852 Marsh 35 VF 50
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1855 Marsh 38 VF 50
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1863 No Die Number Marsh 46 VF 40
£120

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1863 with Die Number Marsh 48 VF 45
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1865 Marsh 50 VF 50
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1866 Shield with Die Number Marsh 51 VF 50
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1869 Marsh 53 VF 50
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1871 Shield Marsh 55 with Die Number F 35
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1871 Shield with Die Number Marsh 55 F 35
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1871 Shield with Die Number Marsh 55 VF 50
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1871 Shield with Die Number Marsh 55 VF 50
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1872 Shield with Die Number Marsh 56 F 30
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1872 Shield with Die Number Marsh 56 F 35
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1872 Shield with Die Number Marsh 56 F 35
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1872 Shield with Die Number Marsh 56 F 35
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1877 S Shield Marsh 73 F 35
£130

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1882 S Shield Marsh 78 VF 55
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1883 S Shield Marsh 79 VF 40
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1884 S Shield Marsh 80 VF 55
£150

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1887 Jubilee Head with Small J.E.B Marsh 125A Spink 3866A Rated R2 by Marsh and 'Extremely Rare' by Spink EF 65
£700

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1844 Large G in REG Peck 1606 UNC 80
£140

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1884 Peck 1936 UNC 88
£72

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1913 Peck 2358 UNC 88
£60

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1850 Ex- MS65 ESC 2058 UNC 85
£125

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1871 Ex-London Coins A117 June 2007 Lot 1360 ESC 2077 AU 75
£55

Auction 121
Certified Coins 1887 Spink 3865 AU 75
£432

Auction 121
English Bulk Lots s (2) 1944 ESC 964 slabbed CGS EF 75, 1946 slabbed CGS EF 78
£20

Auction 121
English Bulk Lots 1910 PCGS MS64 RD as part of a group of s to s (over 2 Kilos) largely 19th and with a few earlier in mixed grades with some pieces lustrous EF-UNC
£200

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1696 MS63 scarce thus
£1,100

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1902 High Tide practically BU and graded MS64RD by
£32

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1758 AU58
£50

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1911 MS64 AU/UNC by British standards with some cabinet rub
£40

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1937 PF64
£1,000

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1913 MS66
£300

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1716 SECUNDO ESC 110 EF 60
£1,300

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1821 SECUNDO and graded 75 by and scarce thus
£750

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1897 LX ESC 312 pleasant AU and graded 75 by , CGS mark down for high points friction and bag marks and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC currently no veiled head crowns have been graded above 78, those that would make
£160

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1900 LXIV ESC 319 toned EF graded 70 by
£120

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1861 Freeman 506 dies 3+B Bronze UNC 88. Unlike the American grading houses who clearly have a variety of grading standards dictated by the series of the coin being graded ("grading for type", which effectively allows a VF coin to be ca
£600

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1888 Freeman 560 AU with about 30% lustre and graded 75 by
£28

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1898 78 almost Unc with a light tone over original brilliance
£60

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1904 bright EF and graded EF 60, ESC 922
£120

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1912 ESC 1732 bright AU and graded 75 by , CGS mark down for high points friction and striking and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most commercial dealers and we are told CGS
£75

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1917 weakly struck EF or better with original brilliance under a light tone and graded EF 70 by , scarce in high grade
£42

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1918 Davies 1741 UNC 80
£75

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Certified Coins 1938 ESC 958 bright AU and graded 75 by , CGS mark down for high points friction and striking and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most commercial dealers and we are told CGS i
£80

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1817 Bull Head ESC 616 even tone Good EF and graded EF 70
£190

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1841 ESC 674 graded EF 70 by and the only example on the CGS population report so far, probably one of the best we have seen and would certainly grade aU or better on the traditional market, original tone (a little uneven) sharp fields with
£3,400

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1902 ESC 747 EF 70 and would probably be described as aFDC with hairline scratches by traditional standards
£80

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1916 bright AU and graded 75 by . CGS mark down for high points friction and striking and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most commercial dealers and we are told CGS intend
£38

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1923 ESC 770 EF 70
£22

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1933 Davies 1710 EF 70
£13

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1958 ESC 798M UNC 80 and scarce thus
£30

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1891 AU with traces of lustre and graded 75 by
£30

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1952 F461 lustrous Unc and graded UNC 82 by
£20

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1957 F476 lustrous Unc and graded UNC 82 by
£38

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1965 Freeman 492 UNC 90 at the time of lotting the CGS population report showed out of 44 coins of this type slabbed this is the only 90 and the best extant
£36

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1853 O.T.. Peck 1500 chocolate AU and graded 75 by
£95

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1870 a narrow date variety and not recorded by Peck, recorded by as their variety 2 PE.V1.1870.02 and graded Unc 82, rare thus
£550

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1881 H Freeman 108 UNC 80
£380

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1901 - UK EF 75 with virtually full lustre
£22

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1926 1st Head Freeman 193 AU with subdued even lustre and graded 78 by and the best extant on the developing CGS population report
£90

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1929 UNC 85
£38

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1930 Freeman 203 dies 5+C UNC 85
£65

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C UNC 82
£75

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1865 Davies 914 ESC 1313 pleasant AU and graded 75 by . CGS mark down for high points friction and bag marks and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most commercial dealers and
£160

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Certified Coins 1880 Davies 914 attribution SH.V1.1880.04 pleasant AU and graded 75 by CGS. CGS mark down for high points friction and bag marks and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most co
£120

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Certified Coins 1893 UNC 80
£85

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Certified Coins 1894 Davies 1015 75 beautifully toned aU. A recent hoard of late n shillings were assessed by CGS and their population report makes interesting reading, we understand 1 were submitted believed to have been "sleeping" since
£100

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Certified Coins 1913 bright AU and graded 78 by , CGS mark down for high points friction, bag marks and striking and most coins graded by them at 75 and 78 are very close to UNC and would attract an AU description from most commercial dealers and we are told
£85

Auction 120
Certified Coins Silver 1943 UNC 88
£60

Auction 120
Certified Coins Silver 1943 UNC 90
£75

Auction 120
Certified Coins 1743 Roses ESC 1614 toned EF and graded EF 60 by
£95

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