17th CenturyKent (36) Ashford 18 (holed), Canterbury (8) 50 James Cheever, 56 Anthony Fagg, 58 Edward Fray, 63 Francis Maplisden, 76 Richard Smith, 77/8 Sibb Smith, 79 Will Terrey, 81 The Three Kings, Chatham (2) 102 John Terell, 106 Francis Sanders, Deal (4) 145 William Brothers, 148 James Coston, 158 Moyses Potter, 161 Peter Underwood, Dover (6) 203 ICM, 209 At the Leopovldvs, 213 Thomas Fidg, 223 Thomas Kite, 225 John Parker, 230 Thomas Sharnel, Faversham 277 Francis Waterman, Gravesend 308 John Watson, Maidstone (3) 385 James Ruse, 389 Richard Walker, 397 Richard Wicking, 398 James Wolball, Milto-ext-Sittingbourne 432 William Covall, Minster 436 John Dyer, Rochester (3) 458 Art Brooker, 463 Alice Cobham, 478 Joseph Travers, Strood 535 Philip Ewer, Sturry 542 Thomas Johnson, Sutton Valence 546 John Bvrkhvest, Tenterden 551 James Mead Fair to Fine, many Fine, along with 17th Century Devon Great Torrington 1668 Fleur-de-Lis in water W.341 (5) VG to Near Fine
HalfcrownCharles IExeter Mint 1643 - 45 Briot style horseman small and neat riding over lumpy ground. Besley K21. JDB 1030 (this coin) N2550/1 var. S3069 var. mint mark rose, richly toned and probably about as struck for this rare type. Believed to be one of only four known specimens Ex V.J.E Ryan 1952 Lot 1190, Brooker 1030, Patrick Finn list 13 no 303
Hammered (5) ShillingElizabeth I second issue m.m. cross-crosslet 1560-61 transitional issue with pearled bodice (S.2555A, N.1985, Brown and Comber bust 1A) Fair with pock marks, presumably to test the metal but weighs correctly, Shilling Elizabeth I sixth issue m.m. A 1582-84 reads ELIZAB (S.2577, N.2014, Brown and Comber bust 3B) The bust fair with graffiti behind otherwise a presentable piece, Shilling Elizabeth I sixth issue m.m. escallop 1584-86 reads ELIZAB (S.2577, N.2014, Brown and Comber bust 3B) Fair, water worn and the portrait corroded away, possibly a river bed find, Shilling James I second coinage m.m. key (over coronet on rev) 1609-10 fifth bust reads QVAE DEVS (S.2656/S.2655, N.2101) Fair, but a rare reverse over mark, Shilling Charles I Group F m.m. triangle in circle 1641-43 with 'Briot' style bust and stellate lace collar (Brooker 549, S.2799, N.2231) NVF for this issue with a portion of the bust EF. Good silver.
Double CrownCharles I Group B Second Bust, as S.2699, Obverse with no inner circles. Reverse with legend double struck showing an extra part of legend around the outside of the beading, Mintmark Castle, the Obverse dies similar to Brooker 143, Good Fine or better, slightly creased, unusual
Double CrownCharles I Group B Larger bust with short truncation mintmark, No inner circles Brooker 148 (this coin) Schneider 181 S.2699North 2161 die alignment 140 degrees Anchor/Anchor with flukes to right 4.52 grammes NVF, Ex-Brooker Collection no.148 (bought C.J.Martin 16/9/1985 £265)
Books (8) a selection of useful titles, Roman Coins 4th Edition by David Sear, The John Brooker Collection of Coins of Charles I by Spink, English Hammered Coinage by J.J.North Volumes I and II 1960-1964 editions, The British BronzePenny 1860-1970 by Michael Gouby, The British Numismatic Journal (3) Volumes 74, 75 and 76 2004, 2005 and 2006 all in good used condition
CrownCharles IOxford Mint mintmark Plume with band, dated 1643, Obverse Oxford horseman with groundline, plume with band in field, Reverse with three plumes with bands in field, four pellets in legend after INIMICI, with N over retrograde N in INIMICI, S.2947, North 2406, Brooker 873 (same dies), Toned struck on a broad and round flan, Toned NVF and Very Rare
CrownCharles IExeter Mint 1643-1646 mintmark Castle/Rose (issued 1645) Obverse with colon stops in legend, Reverse with mintmark to right of the date, with pellet stops in the legend, King's sash flies out in two ends, S.3060, North 2559, Brooker 1039 (same dies) Toned VF or near so, double struck on the obverse, very rare
CrownCharles ITruro Mint mintmark Rose (issued 1642-3) Obverse King's head in profile, sash flies out in two ends, S.3045, North 2533, Brooker 1009 (same dies), Slightly double struck on both sides, on a hexagonal shaped flan, otherwise NVF and very rare
Books (8) Roman Coins and Their Values by David R.Sear Volumes I and II Millennium Editions, these new, Spink Standard Catalogue of British Coins 2007, English Silver Coinage since 1649 by P.Alan Rayner 1992 edition, Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles no.47 the Herbert Schneider Collection Volume I English Gold Coins 1257-1603 by Peter Woodhead, Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles no.33 The John Brooker Collection Coins of Charles I, Coincraft Standard Catalogue of the Coins of Scotland, Ireland, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, Krause Standard Catalogue of World Coins 19th Century 1801-1900 Second Edition, in good to excellent condition
Books Coincraft (2) English and Irish, Scottish, Channel I., Brooker Charles I (2), ESC (5), Dalton and Hamer, Kruase World Coins 1601 - 1700 and 1801 - 1900 The GoldHalf Sovereign (2nd edition) Marsh (2), Peck English Copper Tin and Bronze, The Bronze Penny by Gouby, Sear Roman Coins and Their Values 280 BC - AD 96 Mlllennium Edition (2) and AD 96 - 235 (2) Volume 2, Schneider English Gold Coins 1257 - 1603 (2), Spink 2007 (3), The Soho Mint
Books and Accessories empty albums, hartbegers, trays and some useful books, Krause, Schneider, Seaby, ESC, Brooker and others (some titles with several copies), (lot in six boxes). Room buyers only must be cleared from the auction room by the buyer
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