GB and World an interesting mixed group (10) GB (2) Farthings 1825 First Reverse GF, 1831 Fine, China Sycee ingot 38 grammes in silver 29mm diameter weight approximately 1 Tael, uniface domed on the reverse, Good Fine, Ancient Greece - Carthage (2) AE15 100-200 BC Head of Tanit VG, AE24 100-200BC Head of Tanit Fair, Greece Drachma 1873A VF, British West Africa Two Shillings 1936KN GEF/EF, Spain 100 Pesetas 1982 edges mis-struck and with a planchet clip EF, Halfpenny Southern Rhodesia 1944 with central hole around 3mm off-set Fine, Royal Mint Trial Piece for One Euro Cent, 16.5mm diameter in cupro-nickel, VF
DecimalPatterns with the Britannia Moneta Reverse (similar to the 1957 Trial piece), Royal Mint Trials (7) 50 Pence, 20 Pence, 10 Pence, 5 Pence, 2 Pence, Half Penny and Quarter Penny UNC with varying degrees of lustre
Pennies (31) 1869 with the last digit of the date altered VF/GF, 1902 GVF with damaged edge, 1940 Lustrous UNC, 1936 (12), 1946 (16) toned A/UNC-UNC, BrassThreepences (30) 1937, 1941, 1942, 1959, 1961, 1966, 1967 (25) UNC, Farthings (36) Charles I Fine, 1854 NVF plus Wrens (34) these in EF-AU with lustre, Crown 1960 A/UNC, Halfcrown 1915 toned EF, Florin 1931 GEF, Shillings (2) 1935 EF, 1946 English Wide Rim UNC, Halfpenny 1925 GF with the rims missing (removed?), Royal MintTrial Dies (2) One 1957 in bronze UNC, the other with Britannia minting a coin on the obverse, the reverse with a small square in the centre with a castle within UNC, plus World (20) 19th and 20th Century in mixed circulated grades
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