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
Accessories includes an impressive cabinet with 16 drawers, 14 with display trays, also albums, capsules, digital books, a USB Microscope, and many pages of research and descriptions of Roman and Ancient coins, the research an interesting read
A display cabinet approximately 375mm x 400mm x 115mm in fair condition with various sized deeper recesses not the normal insets for coins, along with Auction catalogues (5) and Book 'The Pawnbroker - The Fall and Rise of Pawn broking' by Ray Perry Good second-hand condition. Room buyers only must be cleared from the auction room by the buyer.
Coin Cabinet professionally made 'Crozier' by Peter Nichols, lockable with key 28 trays with all felts 300mm x 300mm x 310 mm in excellent condition, we note a similar cabinet new retails around £470 (Source www.coincabinets.com)
Coin Cabinet professionally made 'Pheon' by Peter Nichols, lockable with key 14 trays with all felts 330mm x 330mm x 185 mm in excellent condition, we note a similar cabinet new retails around £280 (Source www.coincabinets.com)
Coin Cabinet professionally made by Peter Nichols of St. Leonards, lockable with key 28 trays with all felts 300mm x 300mm x 310mm in very good condition (Note: listed on his website as £472 new plus delivery)
Books and Accessories, Books (14) including Tokens of the 20th Century by William Boyne, Salisbury's Local Coinage by C.M.Rowe, London Tradesmen's Tokens Beaufoy Cabinet by Jacob Henry Burn 1855, 17th Century Tradesmen's Tokens by J.L.Wetton, Lancashire and Cheshire Tokens by Nathan Heywood, Krause World Coins 1801-1900 4th Edition, Krause World Coins 1901-2000 34th Edition, Krause World Coin 2001-date 2nd Edition, Krause Unusual World Coins 4th Edition, a 10 tray plastic cabinet includes many felts, a home-made cabinet 8 trays with felt inlay, plus home made flat coin display trays in mixed condition
Coin Cabinet 480mm x 310mm x 300mm with 30 trays and three additional drawers all felts present professionally made, lockable with key, in very good condition, unsuitable for posting, room bidders or collection only
Coin Cabinets (2) Professionally made lockable with keys each with 14 trays complete with felts 290mm x 295mm x 166 mm and 286mm x 290mm x 175mm respectively, along with accessories, namely extra felt, coin envelopes, round paper tickets etc. in good condition
Coin Cabinet by Edgar Lincoln, Holles Street, Oxford Street, London an 18-tray cabinet all felts intact 263mm x 299mm x 219mm lockable but without key, good condition, Room bidders only, No Postal service
Coin Cabinet 525mm x 397mm x 305mm with 4 drawers containing a total of 6 trays for a selection of different sized coins felts included. Lockable but with no key, very good condition, weighs over 19 Kilos
A quantity of Coin and Stamp catalogues a mixed group includes Spink Standard Catalogues, Coincraft Catalogue, Duggleby catalogues (2) most in good condition along with a home-made coin cabinet with 26 drawers, in fair condition, room buyers only buyer must remove from the sale room on the day of the sale
Coin Cabinet by Lighthouse, metal, lacking trays. 3 boxed sets of coin trays with insets of various size, mahogany glass topped cabinet with 4 trays, another small mahogany cabinet and five other coin trays
Cabinet, not purpose built for coins, but potentially useful glass fronted with 3 deep drawers and a number of cardboard inserts but these without recesses. (room buyers only must be removed by the buyer from the sale room)
Coin Cabinet Mahogany containing 30 trays all felts intact plus some extras, with three drawers for additional storage professionally made by Peter Nicholls of St.Leonards lockable glass fronted with keys in excellent condition
Cabinet, top of the range professionally made Coin Collectors Cabinet with 30 felt lined trays with circular recesses in each for various diametres, bottom drawer and two side drawers these beneath a larger side recess, glass lattice work doors, lockable (key attached) good second hand. Room buyers only must be collected by the buyer from the sale room.
Cabinet, wooden 20 tray cabinet but not custom built for coin collecting many trays with one large felt lined compartment rather than the usual circular slots, second hand. ROOM BUYERS ONLY MUST BE COLLECTED FROM THE SALE ROOM
Coin Cabinet professionally made by Peter Nichols of St.Leonards lockable with key 30 trays all felts intact approximately 480 mm x 330 mm x 470 mm in excellent condition. ROOM BIDDERS ONLY. TO BE COLLECTED ON THE DAY OF THE SALE.
Coin Cabinets (2) both professionally made by Peter Nicholls of St.Leonards each approximately 225mm x 175mm x 65mm with 4 lift-out trays with one key (fits both) both in very good condition most felts intact
Coin Cabinet Professionally made by Peter Nicholls of St.Leonards lockable with key 221mm x 177mm x 180mm containing 14 trays all felts intact in very good condition, with just a few very light scratches on the top
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