Mint Error - Mis-Strikes Halfpenny George III Obverse and Reverse blank except for a rectangular countermark bearing the bust of George III, Near Fine, unusual, DecimalOne Pound with DECUS edge (not milled) and obverse and reverse blank, Fine, Penny 1967 struck on a thin flan weighing 5.7 grammes NVF with a regular issue (weighing 9.53 grammes) EF
Paranumismatic including countermarked and engraved coins, medals and advertising tokens, imitation coins in base metal and fantasies, tradesman tokens back to 17th century, transport tokens, overseas issues including 19th century Australia
Coin Weights (7) Charles I (3) for Gold Unite 19mm in brass NEF and pleasing, for Half Unite 17mm diameter in brass NVF, for Crown 14.5mm diameter in brass NEF/GVF, James I (4) for Spur Ryal of 15 Shillings, this square with Crowned XV S in two lines and Crowned II countermark in the top left corner, for Gold Double Crown in brass VF/GVF, for Unite of 22 Shillings 18.5mm diameter in brass, for Halfcrown 14mm diameter in brass About VF an interesting group
Countermarked (6) Twopence 1797 countermarked J.DILLECATE twice on each side VG. Halfpenny George III 1806-7 countermarked ROBINSON CUTLER OXFORD on the obverse Poor. Penny Victoria Bun Head Railway token countermarked 17 NORWICH LOCO WK on the reverse, countermark Fine, host coin Poor. Halfpenny George III 1806-7 with multiple countermarks including MARSDEN, WRIGHT and OATES countermarks about Fine host coin Poor. Countermarked Token 31mm diameter in brass uniface with 592 incuse Fair. Countermarked Token in Brass 25.5mm diameter uniface with G J F incuse and a larger Chinese? Character in a cartouche above. Plus Halfpenny 18th Century North Wales 1793 DH 1b NEF/GVF
Mis-Strikes (3) Penny Victoria Bun Head struck about 30% off-centre with the date off the flan NVG, Penny 1898 struck of-centre with around 2mm blank flan NF, Penny 1920 struck of-centre with around 2mm blank flan F/VF, Penny 1937 with the legend obliterated by digs these raised on the coin, Penny 1806 countermarked BARRONS LONDON PATENT VG
Countermarked Silver issues (2) Halfcrown 1679 WRIGHT marked obverse, Crown 1845 crowned K marked on the Queen's neck, along with a British Trade Dollar the obverse engraved as a love token from Harold to Edith various grades an unusual group, Countermark
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