Mint Error - Mis-strike Decimal Coins (8) Fifty Pence (5) 1997, 2000 & 2011 and another two without date, Two Pound (2) Commonwealth Games 2002, another - four concentric circles issue, (1997-2014). off metal strikes. Also Mint Error - Mis-strike Two Pound 2008 (2), 11.6 grammes and 2013, 12.1 grammes, off metal strikes, generally about EF
Mint errors - Mis-Strikes (2) DecimalTwenty Pence 1982 an off-metal strike in brass, struck on a small and thin flan 20mm diameter and weighing 1.85 grammes, off-centre and with the legend largely missing from the obverse and with some legend off the flan on the reverse, VF and unusual, along with Decimal One Pound a blank flan 9.46 grammes with a Wales edge with no milling visible, Fine
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (4) Crown 1953 EF with edge striking flaw, Pennies (2) 1945 with laminated area by the date, Fine, 1948 struck off-centre with a raised lip nearly 2mm wide between 10 and 1 o'clock Good Fine, DecimalTen Pence 1969 struck on a thin flan and weighing 7.30 grammes VF
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeDecimalHalfpenny 1971 the reverse with a large arc-shaped 5mm blank area at the top of the coin covering the denomination and the top of the crown, causing a rim flattening and rough edge at the top of the reverse, BU with full lustre
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Halfcrowns 1940 and 1944 both with uneven milling causing a small raised lip and doubling to the edge beading, along with a 'double headed' DecimalTen Pence 1968/1969 however close examination shows the 1968 side dropped into a hollowed out 1969 coin, all around Fine
Mint Error - Mis-Strikes Decimal Five Pences (3) 2000 struck off-centre with around 1.75mm blank flan and a raised lip and plain edge, weighs 3.19 grammes GEF, 2001 on a thin flan weighing just 2.26 grammes very weakly struck with a worn edge, About Fine with very little milling visible, 2001 struck off-centre with around 1mm blank flan, weight 3.22 grammes, plain edge VF
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
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (8) Two PoundsBrunel Blank Flan with only the edge inscription 'SO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE' EF, DecimalTen Pence 1970 EF on an undersized flan of 27mm, Decimal Twenty Pence Blank Flan VF, Decimal Penny 1975 Silvered VF, Silver Threepence George V with no date (removed?) Fine, Pennies (2) 1967 struck on a thin flan and weighing 5.42 grammes VF, 1964 UNC with half the reverse barely visible Lustrous UNC, Threepence Elizabeth II crowned bust a double obverse VF with full milling, does not appear to be a machined creation
Mint Errors Mis-strikes (15) mostly GB Decimals, consisting of planchet clips, doubled portraits, doubled dates, rotated dies, rim cuds, filled date digits etc. Farthings Victorian Bronze issues (34) in mixed grades, Tokens 18th Century to modern a mixed group (approximately 1 Kilo) in mixed grades,
A mixed lot with GB and World base metal collections in Whitman Folders, some high grade decimal issues, medallic collections from the seventies Esso Soccer, Space Exploration and Wildlife, others in tins and jars, two Canadian Dollars double obverse and double reverse but these probably fantasies or high quality imitations, along with books including Freeman and EMC, a large table magnifier, and a large group of Hartbergers and some autographs including Test Match cricketers from the era of Alan Knott and Dennis Amis (lot)
Mint ErrorMis-Strike Two Pence 1971 a partial planchet clip, the coin having a 4.5mm area of planchet flaw at the top of the reverse, the obverse appearing normal UNC as part of a 'Britain's First Decimal Coin set 19687/71 (5 coins) UNC in the blue wallet of issue
Mint Errors (7) DecimalTwo Pounds 1998 with a badly defective edge around 25% of the coin GEF, One Pound Blank Flan EF, One Pound (in three pieces) with the centre of the reverse cut away the obverse hollowed out with a piece broken away EF, Twenty Pence 1990 struck off metal on an 18mm round flan EF, Ten Pences (2) 1968 Weakly struck obverse the reverse blank EF, 1971 Off-centre with a planchet clip EF, Two Pence Blank flan 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
Mis-StrikeDecimalPennies (2) the first an Obverse Brockage 1987 with the 'reverse' die axis misaligned by 90 degrees NEF, the second a curious piece showing an incuse obverse with part of the legend missing (including the date) with the typical flan spread displayed by most brockages, the reverse appears to have had a 1990 obverse impressed on it causing the flan to spread, and leaving the impression of the portcullis within an incuse obverse legend VF and highly unusual
Mis-StrikeFifty Pence 2001 on a small 22mm round flan, Two Pence 2001 struck in bronze, as part of a group of mis-Strike Decimal Issues (10) some with off-metal strikes, plating problems, etc. in mixed grades to UNC
Mis-StrikeDecimalTen Penceundated a partial reverse brockage the 'obverse with parts of the number 10 and parts of the lion visible incuse and faint traces of the Queen's portrait on a flan with uneven surface, edge milled with a raised area about one-third of the way across consistent all the way round EF and highly unusual
Mis-Strikes (4) Halfpenny George III double struck on both sides the second strike about 25% of-centre VG with the date not visible, Decimals (3) Ten pence 1992 struck slightly off-centre, Five Pence 1968 with a broad rim and a small planchet clip, Two Pence 1971 on a thinner flan NVF, Florin 1900 a copy in base metal Fine
Coin and Banknote Displays in Glass Frames (4) 'Queen Elizabeth II The Pre-Decimal Currency of Great Britain 1953-1971' this in two Frames includes Five Pounds Hollom and O'Brien, One Pound Hollom and O'Brien, Ten Shillings Hollom and O'Brien plus two Sets Crown to Farthing these in UNC, Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Coins 1953 Crown to Farthing in UNC, The Royal Wedding Coin Collection comprising 14 Cupro-Nickel Crowns 1981 from various Commonwealth Countries UNC some with toning, plus Banknotes England and Scotland generally 1950s and 1960's issues £28.50 total face value in mixed circulated grades ROOM BUYERS ONLY NO POSTAL SERVICE
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