Cut FarthingHarthacnut (1035-1042). Restoration period 1040-42. Arm and Sceptre type, with name HARTHACNUT. S.1168. N.811. Obv. hAR. Rev. GRIM. VF, very rare, Ex-T.Everson collection, C.Cooke 2004 (£275)
ShillingCharles IPattern or Medalet in silver 1628 by N.Briot 29mm diameter, Eimer 112, North 2676, Obverse the Royal Shield within collar and badge of the Order of the Thistle, crowned, all within the Garter CAROLVS D:G. ANG. SCO. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX. FIDEI. DEF. Reverse Crossed Sceptre and Trident, united by a cord. REGIT. VNVS. VITROQUE Exergue. 1628, Fine/About Fine with some dark areas in the reverse legend
Shillings Charles I (3) Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a, no inner circles S.2791 (Sharp E2/2) mintmark Crown Fine/Good Fine with weak portrait, Group D, Fourth Bust, type 3a, no inner circles, rare bust variety, Large crude bust S.2792 (Sharp E4/2) mintmark Tun Fine/Good Fine on a misshapen flan, Group G (under Parliament) Seventh Bust, type 4.5 S.,2802 (Sharp H2/2) mintmark Sceptre About Fine/Good Fine the portrait weak, rare
Rose RyalJames I 2nd coinage mint mark rose 13.75 grams S2613, North 2079, Coincraft J1RY-005 King enthroned holding orb and sceptre portcullis at feet, sharp EF sceptre and detail of side pillars fully struck, a superior piece to a similar coin lot 1887 in our September sale which realised £15,000
PennyHenry I Quadrilateral on Cross fleury type B.M.C. XV, No.241 S.1276North 871London Mint, Obverse Bust left with sceptre HENRIC[VS], Reverse BRIHC[MAR ON] LVN moneyer Bricmar, weight 1.4 grammes, Fine struck on an irregularly shaped flan and off-centre (bought Numismatic Legends, London Coin Fair November 1985 £90)
PennyHenry III Long Cross without sceptreS.1362 Class 3 Obverse hENRICVS REX III Letter X as Class 1 with mintmark Star (similar to North 984 but Class 3 obverse legend) Reverse HENRI ON LVNDE, weight 1.5 grammes, About VF (bought Torbay Coin Gallery, Exeter Coin Fair 1984 £10)
PennyHenry III Long Cross without sceptreS.1361 Class 2 Obverse hENRICVS REX TERCI Canterbury mint, moneyer Nicole, weight 1.4 grammes, Good Fine with a planchet clip and some old thin scratches on the reverse (bought Tim Owen 1983 £14)
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