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London Coins Auction 159
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Terner

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Auction 156
English Coins 1685 Elephant and Castle S.3401 UNC retaining much original mint lustre and with a peripheral light tone. Very attractive and fully struck, vastly superior in grade and strike than the Jacob.Y.Terner example (Ex-Bridgewater House collection), which graded NGC MS63, described as 'mint fresh and beautiful', and realised $18,400 at Ira and Larry Goldbergs Auction in 2003 (Lot 20), similar in quality to the illustration on page 9 of the Bentley Collection catalogue detailing the history of the and it predecessors. A truly stunning example of this rare two-year type, and seldom offered in any grade, perhaps one of the finest examples extant. The elephant and castle was the emblem of the Royal African company, founded in 1660 as the Company of Royal Adventurers Trading in Africa. This organisation held a monopoly on trade along the West African coast. In 1667 the original company collapsed but later merged with the Gambian Merchants Company to become in 1672 the Royal African Company. Trading was chiefly in gold and silver, and sadly for several decades, human slaves
£15,000 London Coins : A156 : Lot 2092 : Guinea 1685 Elephant and Castle S.3401 UNC  retaining much original mint lustre and with a periphera... London Coins : A156 : Lot 2092 : Guinea 1685 Elephant and Castle S.3401 UNC  retaining much original mint lustre and with a periphera...

Auction 151
English Coins 1709 S.3572 PCGS AU58, Ex-Terner Collection, we grade GEF and lustrous with a small scuff on the 7 of the date and some very light haymarks, a most attractive example very scarce in this high grade
£4,600 London Coins : A151 : Lot 2483 : Guinea 1709 S.3572 PCGS AU58, Ex-Terner Collection, we grade GEF and lustrous with a small scuff on ... London Coins : A151 : Lot 2483 : Guinea 1709 S.3572 PCGS AU58, Ex-Terner Collection, we grade GEF and lustrous with a small scuff on ...

Auction 148
English Coins 1776 by Yeo, Laureate Bust right obverse with legend GEORGIVS.III.DEI.GRATIA, reverse with crowned lion standing on a crown MAG.BRI.FR.ET.HIB.REX plain edge, choice and nFDC and graded PR63CAM by PCGS, Ex Terner, Rasmussen and Wilson 137 (r 3) Extremely rare, certainly the first we have seen
£3,600 London Coins : A148 : Lot 2543 : Third Guinea 1776 Pattern by Yeo, Laureate Bust right obverse with legend GEORGIVS.III.DEI.GRATIA, r... London Coins : A148 : Lot 2543 : Third Guinea 1776 Pattern by Yeo, Laureate Bust right obverse with legend GEORGIVS.III.DEI.GRATIA, r...

Auction 142
English Coins 1849 Marsh 423 UNC with light contact marks, retaining much original mint brilliance, very rare in this grade, we note that there was no example in the Terner collection
£1,000 London Coins : A142 : Lot 2262 : Half Sovereign 1849 Marsh 423 UNC with light contact marks, retaining much original mint brillia... London Coins : A142 : Lot 2262 : Half Sovereign 1849 Marsh 423 UNC with light contact marks, retaining much original mint brillia...

Auction 135
English Coins 1746 VICESIMO ESC 126 Choice FDC or near so and attractively toned grey with hints of peripheral gold, This is from the E.D.J.Van Roekel collection of superior Crowns, sold Spink November 2001 auction, lot 190, described as ‘FDC very attractively toned.' Nicer than the Montagu/Nightingale specimen and arguably finer than the Terner collection specimen and the DNW sale 86 (lot 790 June 2010) specimen, which fetched £10,900 including premium
£9,000 London Coins : A135 : Lot 1484 : Crown 1746 VICESIMO Proof ESC 126 Choice FDC or near so and attractively toned grey with hints of pe... London Coins : A135 : Lot 1484 : Crown 1746 VICESIMO Proof ESC 126 Choice FDC or near so and attractively toned grey with hints of pe...

Auction 133
English Coins 1658 ESC 447 Practically mint state and attractively toned blue and gold. A crisp strike and compares well with the example in the Terner collection, comes with a dealer's ticket priced at £7500
£4,800 London Coins : A133 : Lot 529 : Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447 Practically mint state and attractively toned blue and gold. A crisp... London Coins : A133 : Lot 529 : Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447 Practically mint state and attractively toned blue and gold. A crisp...

Auction 128
English Coins 1848 Wide Date Marsh 422B About Mint state with good lustre, we note that there was no example in the Terner collection or the Eliasberg collection, possibly one of the examples
£650 London Coins : A128 : Lot 1321 : Half Sovereign 1848 Wide Date Marsh 422B About Mint state with good lustre, we note that there w... London Coins : A128 : Lot 1321 : Half Sovereign 1848 Wide Date Marsh 422B About Mint state with good lustre, we note that there w...

Auction 128
Certified Coins 1798 S.3729 EF 70 Ex-Terner collection, the finest of 13 examples thus far recorded by the CGS Population Report
£600

Auction 107
Certified Coins 1658 ex Terner and ex Norweb choice and certified PR65 by S3229
£7,000

Auction 107
Certified Coins 1658 choice even grey tone about as struck ex Terner and certified MS64
£2,800

Auction 107
Certified Coins Briot's milled issue 1631-2 Spink 2853 a choice piece ex Terner and certified MS62 by , Terner had the reputation for only wan
£2,500

Auction 107
English Coins 1719 with the obliquely grained edge Peck 782 (extremely rare) ex Terner and previously certified by PCGS as AU58 S3662 and Spink giving a p
£1,300

Auction 107
Certified Coins 1787 with hearts ESC and Spink lists the proof without hearts but neither list this PR64 ex Terner and extremely rare
£500

Auction 106
Certified Coins 1838 MS64 scarce thus and ex Terner
£1,650

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