Mint Error - Mis-StrikeShilling 1723SSC a multiple strike with a small extra piece protruding around 4mm from the coin, this showing the M.BR of the obverse legend and the tip of the wreath leaves from the obverse of another coin. VG/NF and highly unusual
Engraved a small group (6) Victorian issues Shillings (2), Sixpence (1), Threepence (1), Farthing Victoria Bun Head, Canada 10 Cents (holed), Enamelled Shilling 1787 Reverse in 5 colours, Fair workmanship, Medals (6) includes William IV and Queen Adelaide Coronation 1831 in white metal, holed for suspension, Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 in white metal, holed for suspension , Death of the Duke of Wellington 1852 in white metal and three others in base metal, in mixed grades
A small group of forgeries and imitations (5) Philip and Mary Shillingundated type, of crude design, probably contemporary, Guinea 1798 gold imitation probably from the early 1970s, Halfcrown 1818 struck in copper, Shilling 1818 fantasy imitation in base metal, Crown 1932 unusual overweight imitation with a broad rim
Mint Error - Mis-StrikeSixpence 1817 Obverse Brockage Fine with a raised lip on the rim, very unusual to see brockages in this series, along with Mis-Strike Shilling 1820 the reverse with a large flake of the upper metal missing from the top of the design NVG
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
Stamps, First Day Covers, Postcards etc. (209) a varied group mostly dating from the late 1970s to the mid 1980s, Book 'Collectors Coins 1978' , Banknotes (5) Syria 10 Piastres 1944, Lebanon 10 Piastres 1944, British Armed Forces Threepences (2) Shilling (1) in mixed condition
A silver necklace containing 14 coins Shillings to Maundy Odds Charles II to George III (11) plus 18th and 19th Century French pieces (3) the coins attached to the chain by the edges, total weight 44.78 grammes
Modern Replicas Nero Bronze, Queen Elizabeth I Crown, Henry VIII Half Angel base metal, low grade late Roman Bronze (3), Retro Patterns Edward VIII (3) 3d/ 2/6, Crown 1936-37, Jersey 1/13 Shilling 1858 from circulation along with an Isle of Man Mint Set 2007 9 coin set 1d - £5 BU in a presentation wallet
Mint Errors (5) Halfcrown 1965 Weakly struck around the obverse and reverse legends GVF, Shilling 1958 Scottish weakly struck around the reverse legend VF, Sixpences (2) 1943 Fine with a planchet clip, 1958 VF with an extra piece protruding 2mm from the rim at 1 o'clock to 2 o'clock on the obverse, Threepence 1967 with a raised wavy edge
Mint ErrorShilling 1825 Lion on Crown the obverse with an extra piece of metal protruding at 3 o'clock, the reverse with part of an incuse obverse struck 9mm into the coin between 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock VF and highly unusual
Mis-Strikes (2) Shilling 1927 Second Reverse the obverse appears to have been struck on a larger flan so the edge appears to be half-plain, half milled, Good Fine Sixpence 1945 struck off-centre so the coin has a raised lip around part of the reverse rim, Fine
Brooch mounted (4) Crown George III reverse enamelled in six colours, very good workmanship, pin mounted on obverse, Shilling 1889 Good Fine in silver mount pin, Florin 1885 Reverse enamelled in seven colours, excellent workmanship, pin mounted with chain, South Africa Halfcrown 1892 in silver mount VF
Novelty items (4) Ten Pence 1970 with an inverted impression of an English Shilling 1961 on the obverse Fine, Double tailed Shilling 1936 and 1962 English , two coins joined together Fine, GothicFlorin double Reverse two coins joined together NF, Halfpenny George V on a spread flan and with an impression of a George VI Coronation medallion imposed on either side, VG
A miscellaneous group (23) includes Bank of England Dollars 1804 forgeries (2), 1819 Shilling forgeries in base metal, plus a couple of 18th Century Token Issues and a 1977 Two Pence apparently struck in cupro-nickel
Copies (3) Shilling Charles I Carlisle besieged in the style of S.3138 the obverse crude, 1645 VF, One Shilling and Threepence Scarborough besieged in the style of S.3164 Fair, Crown 1653 Commonwealth Near Fine and with some corrosion, all struck in base metal or low grade silver
Victoria Toy Money by Lauer (25) comprising 5 Sovereign (2), 2 Sovereign (2), Sovereign (2), Half Sovereign (2), Crown (2), Four Shillings (2), Halfcrown (2), Two Shillings (2), Shillings (2), Half Shillings (2), Threepences (2), Pennies (3) a high grade group AU-UNC most if not all with good lustre, comes in a miniature tin with a White £5 signature May on the top and inscribed on the back with a rider on horseback jumping a fence, an interesting lot
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
Electrotype Scotland Twelve Shillings Charles I Type IV Falconers Third Coinage Falconers issue British Museum obverse and reverse made by Charles Ready around 1900 Coincraft Standard Catalogue actual specimen GEF
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