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
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 (5) The Coinage of England by Charles Oman 1931, Scottish Coins by Adam Richardson (Reprint), The Royal Mint Museum - Catalogue of Dies, Medals and Seals 1910, plus Pattern Broads of Charles II by Carter and Silver Plaques of Charles I as Prince by Ladt Evans the last two in Hearn bindings, all in good condition
Royal Mint Trials (8) for 2 Euro Cent undated, each 23mm diameter, one side having the Crowned Coat of Arms flanked by Castle and Rose with ROYAL MINT on a ribbon below, the other having a number within a wreath, plain edge, in a variety of different metals Lustrous UNC
Accessories a large group includes Aluminium carrying cases with trays (2), coin albums, and a selection of cases for Royal Mint items including 1927 and 1937 Proof Set boxes, varied state (total weight approximately 25 Kilos) ROOM BUYERS ONLY NO POSTAL SERVICE
Mint Errors, Sixpence 1966 VF weak obverse overstruck with part of the reverse, accompanied by a Royal Mint letter from 1968, as part of a group of Mint errors - Mis-Strikes (16) mostly planchet clips, slightly off-centre strikes, laminations, weak hubbing etc. in mixed grades
Royal MintTrial Dies (16) 1927 to 1960s a collection of many different designs and metals, some showing Britannia, others with Coat of Arms, or numeric reverses, many rare and previously unseen by this cataloguer, EF-UNC
Mint ErrorDecimalFifty Pence 1969 double obverse GEF comes with two letters of authenticity from the Royal Mint, one from 1977, the other from 2003, the vast majority of double sided coins although very convincing are two separate coins joined together which are often found in circulated grades, the key to this lot are the letters from the mint
Magnifying Lamp with 3 dioptre 120 mm precision lens illuminated by a 22 watt circular fluorescent tube with shade on a spring-balanced extension arm with multi-positional clamp base, with cable and plug, as part of a large group of accessories includes Royal Mint cases and boxes, Westminster cases, Banknote wallets, Coin capsules etc. (Lot in 9 boxes and a deed box) total weight over 50 Kilos ROOM BIDDERS ONLY NO POSTAL to be cleared by the buyer on sale day
Accessories includes coin display trays (9), Whitman folders (21, 18 of these empty the remaining three containing Farthings 1937-1956  and Farthings 1902-1936), a Westminster box, a quantity of Hartberger coin envelopes, Coin flips, Royal mint small boxes, vinyl coin envelopes (lot) ROOM BIDDERS ONLY must be cleared by the buyer from the sale room on the day of the sale
Accessories a large selection around 30 Kilos includes Lindner trays (16), Abafil trays, display cases, empty Royal Mint set cases, red tubes, Hartberger envelopes etc. (lot) ROOM BIDDERS ONLY no postal
Books (17) World Paper Money Eighth Edition by Pick, Volumes 2 and 3 (General issues and Modern issues) , World Paper Money 10th Edition by Pick Volume 3 (Modern issues), Standard Catalogue of Provincial Banks and Banknotes by G.L.Grant, 1000 Years of the British Monarchy by Sir Arthur Bryant, World Coins by Krause/Mischler 1901-present 2006 edition, World Coins 2001-date 3rd edition with DVD, Spink Standard Catalogues (4) 2006, 2008 and 2010 (2), British Copper Coins and Their Values (2) 1965 and 1967 editions, The GoldHalf Sovereign by Michael A.Marsh Second edition 2004 (2 copies), Royal Mint Collector Coins - The Story behind the 2007 Collection (2 copies) in good to excellent condition
An ingot in 9 carat gold with the 'Victory' hallmark 'Nelson, Victory and Trafalgar' contains copper from Nelson's flagship 'The Victory' on a 9 carat chain number 103 of 1805 produced, in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate
Aluminium carrying cases (4) containing a quantity of largely Royal Mint display boxes, plus a large wooden Royal Mint box which formerly housed a Coronation Anniversary coin and banknote 6-part set, mostly in very good condition along with a variety of Cases, capsules and flips, plus a few old coin magazines from the late 1960s, varied state (room buyers only must be cleared from the sale room by the buyer)
Royal Mint related items (2) Royal Mint Trial Die 25mm diameter in cupro-nickel Obverse BRITANNIA MONETA showing a coin being struck, Reverse ROYAL MINT TRIAL DIE date 1957 within six-pointed star UNC with some lustre, Token undated square with rounded corners struck in iron and uniface, ROYAL MINT CANTEEN with 1 in centre VF scarce
Royal MintTrial Dieundated in silver weighing 1 troy ounce 36mm diameter Obverse BRITANNIA MONETA showing a coin being struck, Reverse THE ROYAL MINT LONDON Buildings, we have seen copper and bronze examples before, but not this large Silver piece, GVF
Weights (6) Three Pound Twelve Josephus I GF with edge knocks, Half Guinea (2) George II GF, William III About Fine, Half Sovereign 1821 Royal Mint (2) VF, plus another uniface in base metal presumably French depicting a crowned shield with three fleur-de
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