London Coins
Auction A163
A163 is a 2 day event.
From Sunday 2nd December 2018 to Monday 3rd December 2018
Buyer Premium : 17%

Viewing of Lots Auction Sessions
Sunday 2nd December 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite
British Tokens (lots 1-39), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 40- 143), Miscellaneous Items (lots 144 – 196 ) Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 197-256 ) , English Hammered Coins (lots 257-371), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots372-1102), (English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1103-1287), Bonds and Shares (lots 1288-1310 ), English Banknotes (lots1311-1395), World Banknotes (lots 1396-1632) English Cased and Proof Items (lots 1633-1945), World Cased and Proof Items (lots1946-2038), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2039-2194), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2195-2394)
Sunday 2nd December 12. noon until sold Windsor Suite 12.00 Noon
British Tokens (lots 1-39), Commemorative and Campaign Medals (lots 40- 143), Miscellaneous Items (lots 144 – 196 ) Roman and Ancient Coins (lots 197-256 ) , English Hammered Coins (lots 257-371), English Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots372-1102), (English Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 1103-1287
Monday 3rd December 9.00am until sold Windsor Suite.
Bonds and Shares (lots 1288-1310 ), English Banknotes (lots1311-1395), World Banknotes (lots 1396-1632) English Cased and Proof Items (lots 1633-1945), World Cased and Proof Items (lots1946-2038), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2039-2194), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2195-2394)
Monday 3rd December 12.00 noon until sold Windsor Suite.
Bonds and Shares (lots 1288-1310 ), English Banknotes (lots1311-1395), World Banknotes (lots 1396-1632) English Cased and Proof Items (lots 1633-1945), World Cased and Proof Items (lots1946-2038), World Coins Single Coins and Small Lots (lots 2039-2194), World Coins Large Coins and Accumulations (lots 2195-2395)
London Coins A163 Sunday 2nd December 2018 - Monday 3rd December 2018
Lot Section Description Low Est High Est
1 Tokens 17th Century (7) Dorset (5) Dorchester Farthings Town issue 1669 (2) W.53/6 VG and Fine, Dorchester Halfpenny Philip Stansbie undated W.80 About Fine, with green patina, Lyme Regis Farthing 1669 VG with some corrosion, Melcombe Regis Farthing 1656 W.101/2 VG with green patina, Hampshire Southampton 1666 William Bower W.188 NF with green patina, Gloucestershire - Bristol Farthing Town issue 1670 W.20 VG £20 £40
2 Tokens 17th Century Cambridgeshire (5) Halfpenny, Chatteris - Robert Dring, undated, Dickinson 88, previously in two pieces and neatly re-joined, VG with shortage of flan between 3 and 5 o'clock, rare and unpriced by Dickinson, Farthing, Ely - John Gayer, Dickinson 107 Fair, Farthing, Ely 1661 - Will Turkington, Dickinson 121 VG, Farthing, Soham 1654 Hovell Ioanes, Dickinson 171 Fine, slightly uneven on parts of the edge, Farthing, Wisbech - J.Finch, Dickinson 206 Fine/Near Fine £50 £100
3 Tokens 17th Century Halfpenny Lincolnshire 1667 George Beale W.269A VG £10 £30
4 Tokens 17th Century Hampshire (11) Halfpenny Alresford, undated, James Withers Dickinson 3, NVG, Farthing Andover 1666 Town issue, Dickinson 13 NVF, Farthing Andover William Gold, Dickinson 20, Fine with an edge cut, Farthing Alton, 1652 Town issue, Dickinson 6, Fine, Farthing Basingstoke, J.Watts Dickinson 42 VG, Farthing Basingstoke, John Coleman 1652, Dickinson 33, VG, Farthing Basingstoke, undated, B.Reve Dickinson 38 Fine, Farthing Portsmouth, J.Eastman 1667 Dickinson 139B VG, Farthing Lymington, B.Bulkly, undated, Dickinson 88, Near Fine, Farthing Lymington, Bartholomew Harmood, Dickinson 92, Near Fine, Farthing Winchester William Over, Dickinson 223 About Fine £90 £120
5 Tokens 17th Century Kent (12) Canterbury, undated, Sibb Smith W.77/8 VG, Gravesend, Iacob Parsson 1651 W.302 About Fine, Gravesend, Iohn Watson 1653 W.308 VG, Greenwich, undated, E.B At The George W.314/7 VG, Lydd 1662 3 Cloves W.377 NVG, Maidstone undated, James Ruse W.385 VG, Maidstone, undated, Richard Wicking W.397 Fair, Margate, undated, Ioseph Mackrith W.410 Fair, Milton-next-Sittingbourne, undated, William Bissy W.430 VG, Rochester Alice Cobham 1651 W.464 NVG, Rochester Ioseph Travers 1666 W.478 VG, Sturry 1650 Thomas Ihonson W.542/3 Fine, all with the respective attributions £170 £220
6 Tokens 17th Century Kent (13) Honychild 354, Thomas Foord 1667 Lenham 372, James Ruse Maidstone 385, Elizabeth Webb Maidstone 393, Francis Chambers West Malling 400, Steven Greedier Margate 405, Joseph Mackrith Margate 410, Milton-Next-Gravesend 419, Milton-Next-Sittingbourne 430, Milton Cheny Bourne 431, Ramsgate 453, Thomas Palmer Rochester 475, Rochester 478, Fair to Fine, most with attributions £220 £260
7 Tokens 17th Century Kent (18) Brookland 1671, 39 John Eve , undated Canterbury 77/8, Sibb Smith, undated Thomas Parkson Deal 154, undated Moyses and Potter Deal 158, 1651 CD AT THE LEOPOLDVS Dover 209, Eltham 248, Gravesend (3) Iacob Parsonn 301, A.M.W At the San 306, John Watson 308, At The George in Greenwich, Greenwich 314, Robert Hovend, Harrietsham 346, Sandwich 1656 Danill Pickley 501, Sittingbourne 524 John Milway, Sevenoaks, Nathll Owen 1669 Octagonal (holed) , Sittingbourne 525 Thomas Pearce, 1650 Thomas Johnson Sturry 542/3, John Solley Wingham 569, Charles Allfrey Wrotham 579 in mixed grades Poor to Fine, many with attributions £260 £300
8 Tokens 17th Century Norfolk (8) Farthing Diss, Town issue 1669 Dickinson 27 Fine, Farthing Norwich, James Brockden 1664 Dickinson 125 Near Fine with an edge chip, Farthing Norwich, Edward Buxton 1653, Dickinson 128 VG, Farthing Norwich Peter Deale 1664 Dickinson 135 About Fine, Farthing Norwich, George Hall 1653 Dickinson 149 NVG/VG, Farthing Norwich, Thomas Rayner, Dickinson 187 Fine, Farthing Thetford, William Flanner 1669 Dickinson 254, About Fine, Farthing Yarmouth Borough 1667 Dickinson 284/5 Fine £50 £100
9 Tokens Augustus Cove, London medalet in the style of an 18th Century Halfpenny Token 27mm diameter and in copper weighing 6.8 grammes, die axis upright, Augustus Cove a dealer in China and Glass, was criminally and unjustly treated by the Grand Junction Canal Company. The sorry tale began when Cove took a lease on a wharf at Paddington basin. What followed is told in Cove's book which is named on the medalet. The second edition of the book ran to 185 pages. Obverse: BEWARE OF THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL COMP.Y SOME OF WHOSE FRAUD, OPPRESSION, PERJURY, FORGERY, & ROBBERY &Ca, ARE SET FORTH IN ...Reverse: .AUGUSTUS COVE'S PUBLICATIONS. ENTITLED THE TOCSIN SOUNDED OR THE BULL TAKEN BY THE HORNS &c TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS Lustrous About UNC toning, with a few spots, Rare £130 £160
10 Tokens Farthing 17th Century Durham - Barnard Castle, undated, Will Hutchinson, Dickinson 7, NVF with some double striking on both sides £20 £50
11 Tokens Farthing 17th Century Norfolk - New Buckenham, 1667 Tho. Youngman, Grocer, Dickinson 110, VG with green patina, rare and unpriced by Dickinson £20 £50
12 Tokens Germany - Adolf Hitler Medal 45.5mm diameter in Meissen porcelain, Reverse Swastika with red, black and gold decoration, about as made, in a red presentation box £80 £100
13 Tokens Halfcrown 19th Century Gloucestershire- Gloucester undated Davis 4, NEF with attractive old tone, the obverse with some thin scratches £80 £160
14 Tokens Halfpennies (2) 18th Century Middlesex Lackingtons undated, J.Palmer Mailcoaches DH363 EF with traces of lustre, 19th Century Middlesex Private Token undated, J.Henry Dealer in Coins and Medals A/UNC and nicely toned £40 £60
15 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (10) in mixed grades to VF, as part of a group of Medals and Tokens (72), also includes mother of Pearl Gaming tokens (4), a Papal medal Innocent IX 1590 (42mm diameter in lead?) Fine, in mixed grades £80 £100
16 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Bedfordshire - Leighton Buzzard 1794 Girl making lace/Lamb, edge Chambers, Langston Hall DH3c EF, Cambridgeshire - County 179 Druid's Head/Beehive DH12 GEF and nicely toned, Devon - Plymouth 1796 Spinning Wheel/Loom DH12 NEF, Gloucester - Brimscombe Port 1795 DH60 Barge/Tunnel entrance EF £80 £120
17 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (4) Yorkshire (2) Huddersfield 1793 Grocers Arms/East India House DH15 GVF/VF, York 1795 Cathedral/Castle and Drawbridge DH63 EF with traces of surface residue, Dublin - Parkers 1794 Female seated resting upon an anchor/Register stove DH351 NEF/EF, Lothian - Leith 1797 Ship sailing/Britannia DH21 EF £60 £80
18 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (45) a wide variety, from circulation generally collectable F - VF £220 £320
19 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (5) Cheshire - Macclesfield 1789 Right hand bee below I DH12, GVF, Cheshire - Macclesfield 1791 DH31 Top bar points to second limb of second N, VF/GVF, Lancashire - Liverpool 1791 DH68 (2) Straight 1,bowspirit below the centre of the Y GVF and EF, Yorkshire - Hull 1791 Equestrian Statue of William III DH19 GEF and nicely toned £80 £100
20 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (5) Lothian - Edinburgh 1790 DH23 A/UNC, Lanarkshire - Glasgow (2) 1791 R.D. below date, DH2 struck on a thick flan with O instead of CO at the end of the edge legend, EF with some scratches, 1791 Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dumfries edge DH3 GVF, Warwickshire - Coventry 1793 Lady Godiva, Birmingham, London or Bristol edge DH238 EF, Middlesex - Newgate 1794 DH393 No stop after date, Milled edge, About EF £70 £90
21 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Hampshire - Emsworth 1795 Earl Howe/Sailing ship left, Lancaster, London or Bristol edge DH30 EF, Hertfordshire - Stortford 1795 Shield of Arms, Crest and Motto/View of a river with barges GEF toned, Kent (2) Hawkhurst 1794 CGH cypher and wheatsheaf/Kentish horse in a shield, edge Charles Hider DH30 EF, Lamberhurst 1794 Shield of Arms of Chichester/Shield of Arms of Canterbury DH35 EF, Lincolnshire (2) Spalding 1794 Standing Britannia with Lion below/Demi lion on shield, a cypher within, Demi-lion's tail further from the H of HALFPENNY DH5 GVF, Spalding 1794 Standing Britannia with Lion below/Demi Lion on shield, a cypher within, Demi-lion's tail further from the H of HALFPENNY, edge I.IORDANS SPALDING & HOLBEACH DH6a GEF £100 £120
22 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (7) Middlesex (2) 1795 Davidson's - Female seated/Hands holding crowned triangle DH295 NEF, undated National Series - Conjoined portraits/A Man-of war sailing DH945 NEF, Norfolk (3) Norwich, Hanging fleece/Norwich Castle DH12 EF, Norwich undated DH24 Bottle/Figure of Hope standing EF, Norwich 1792 City Shield of Arms/Shop front in a circle DH28 About EF, Somerset - Bath (2) undated John Howard/Female seated, DH36D GVF, Bath 1794 Camel/India House DH50 EF £90 £120
23 Tokens Halfpennies 18th Century (7) Suffolk (3) Bury undated Gateway/Open book, Leatherdales edge DH29, EF with traces of lustre, Bury undated Gateway/Open book DH29 Coarse milled edge DH29d NEF toned, Ipswich undated, Town Arms with supporters/Man ploughing and ship sailing DH34 NEF, Warwickshire - Birmingham 1793 Figure of a boy/Shield with hedgehogs DH50 NEF, Birmingham - Bissets Temple interior, with hanging pictures/Ornaments of spar DH120 NEF, Wiltshire (2) Holt undated, Fame standing/Legend in 6 lines, DH3 Milled edge Near EF, Salisbury 1796 Grocers Arms and supporters/Cathedral Church of Sarum DH21 GVF, £90 £120
24 Tokens Halfpennies 19th Century Wellington (6) Non-Local undated Withers 1498 Good Fine, undated Withers 1499 Good Fine, 1813 Withers 1501 VF, 1813 Marquis Wellington, Withers 1565 Fine, 1814 W.1571 Fine/Good Fine, 1814 W.1572 Near Fine, some Rare, all with attributions, along with Canada Contemporary counterfeit Halfpenny Tokens 1812 (4) Head of George III, Withers 1450-1479 weight between 5.0 and 6.4 grammes, VG to Fine an unusual group, Note: the original strikings weighed in excess of 8 grammes and circulated in Britain, the copies weighing around 6 grammes were imported into Canada by Joseph Tiffin. Imitations gradually declined to around 5 grammes and became more crude and were struck in brass in Canada £140 £160
25 Tokens Halfpenny 17th Century London - Drury Lane, William Patteshall, undated, Dickinson 878 Fine £20 £40
26 Tokens Medals and Tokens (over 450) includes machine, transport and telephone tokens, sports medals and passes, mostly modern issues a wide variety in mixed grades £40 £80
27 Tokens Medieval Lead Tokens (circa 500) some in better grades, housed in trays in a carrying case £200 £400
28 Tokens Penny 18th Century Anglesey 1787 4 acorns at tie, thick wreath, date above cypher, 1 between N and Y, DH42 GVF, Halfpennies 18th Century (6) Cheshire - Macclesfield (3) 1789 DH 13/14 (threads on screw not visible) NVF, 1790 DH26 About VF, 1790 DH16, Lancashire - Liverpool 1791 DH67 VF, Middlesex - Masonic 1790 DH370b VF, Penny 19th Century Birmingham and Neath/Crown Copper Company 1811 GVF £100 £150
29 Tokens Perthshire - Deanston Adelphi Cotton Works, countermarked on a George III Halfpenny 1770-1775, Woolsack reverse, 6.54 grammes, approaching Fine for issue, host coin Poor £50 £125
30 Tokens Scotland Communion Tokens (2) Kilmarnock 1778 on a square flan Minister I.K , Perth - Four Parishes of Perth - Erected 1807 Minister John Findlay, on an oval flan, Fine, Halfpennies 18th Century Scotland (12) a good mix includes Glasgow, Leith, Edinburgh. Montrose and Dundee types, in mixed grades Near Fine to VF, many with attribution tickets £60 £80
31 Tokens Scotland, Communion Tokens (8) Free Church of Scotland 1843 (4) and St.Ninian's Relief Church (4) Fine to GVF, along with Florin 1887 the reverse enamelled in 6 colours, fair workmanship, pin mounted £60 £80
32 Tokens Shilling 19th Century Lincolnshire - 1812 Epworth T.& W.Reed, Davis 4, in an NGC holder and graded MS62, Ex-Eric.P.Newman Collection £200 £300
33 Tokens Theatre Token countermarked on a France 10 Centimes 1854A, 'EMPIRE IMMENSE SUCCESS THEATRE' Countermark Fine, coin VG, Inn/Pub Tokens (2) Twopence undated John Brown Oddfellows Arms, Tunstall About VF, Threehalfpence John Markey Primrose Hill Retreat, Fine with pitted surfaces £50 £75
34 Tokens Tokens (55) the majority 18th Century Halfpennies with some Farthings and a few other types the majority in collectable grades £300 £400
35 Tokens Tokens a mixed group includes Penny Herefordshire 1796 Good Fine, Halfpenny Tokens 18th Century (7) VG to NVF,19th Century Farthing Tokens (11) Fine to GVF, one holed, Waggon Ticket 1831 Eglinton Colliery Fine, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1814 a contemporary Counterfeit in base metal, and a copper box made from 10 George III Halfpennies, About Fine £100 £150
36 Tokens Unofficial Farthing Tokens (12) Lancashire (5) Bolton - John Carrie, Tea Dealer Bell 1090 Fine, Manchester Falkner Brothers General Drapers Bell 3280 Fine, Manchester Labrey Entwisle & Co Tea Dealers Bell 3400 Fine, William Scott & Co. Family Grocers and Tea Dealers, Bell 3530, Fine, Oldham - Benjamin Fielding , Corn Dealer, Bell 4220 NVF, Norfolk (2) Norwich James Creak, General Warehouseman, Bell 3980 VF, Yarmouth - S.Lessey, Grocer and Tea Dealer, Bell 5260 NVF, Staffordshire - Bilston T.& F. Lewis Tea Dealers, Bell 230 VF, Warwickshire - Birmingham J.Gargory, Optician Bell 407 Good Fine, holed, Northumberland - Newcastle-upon-Tyne Greaves for Tea, Bell 3820 GVF, Gloucestershire (2) Gloucester, W.Crump - Tea Dealers Bell 1650 GVF/VF, Cirencester, W.Hawkins Tea Dealer, Bell 1400 Fine £100 £120
37 Tokens Unofficial Farthing Tokens (3) Wales - Monmouthshire, Abergavenny J.H.Conway Grocer, Tea & Coffee Dealer Bell 7546 NVF, Ireland - Dublin (2) undated, Todd Burns & Co. Tailors Drapers and General Furnishers 47 Mary St. Dublin Bell 6320 Fine, Byrne & Co. Tea and Wine Merchants, 6&7 Granby Row Bell 5970 Fine £80 £100
38 Tokens Unofficial Farthing Tokens (7) W.Ford & Co. Drapers 2350, Fine, holed at the top, James Stelfox, Provision Dealer, Salford, Manchester 3570 Fine, Plymouth - Hockley, Clothier 4285, NVF, Rare, Worcester Co-Operative Company 5240 Fine, John B.Hanman, Southgate St. Gloucester, 1660 VG, John Nutall 3494, Grocer, Tea Dealer and Importer 206 Deansgate, Manchester, Fine, Henry Evans, Oldham, Tea Dealer, Market Place, 4210 Good Fine, along with Inn/Pub Tokens (4) Sherborne Threehalfpence 1845 Half Moon Inn NVF, Worcester Cross 2 1/2d T.Ward About Fine, Threehalfpence 1850 George Hotel, Castle Carry, F.W.Harrold EF and lustrous, W.Smith Queen's Head,Phillips Street, Aston, Fine, along with Victoria Diamond Jubilee Token Obverse Partial Brockage 1897 the impression of the head is incuse the lettering and date appears to have been removed from the die, Fine, unusual £220 £280
39 Tokens USA Hard Times Token undated (c.1820) New York - Erie County, Patterson Brothers Hardware dealers, Anvil/Padlock, engrailed edge, Near Fine, Ireland - Ballyglunin Estate Truck tokens or Scrip tokens (2) Four Pence W.I.Blake in copper VF, Eight Pence W.I.Blake in copper VF, 'The Constitution Club' Pall Mall, London Oval 50mm x 40mm VF, holed, once cleaned £80 £100
40 Medals Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288a (Struck) Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a cap and clerically robed GVIL.SANCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688. Reverse Seven medallions containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, edge: SI FRACTUS ILLABATUR ORBIS IMPAUIDOS FERIENT RUINAE. GVF toned. Cataloguers Note : William Sancroft (1617-1693) Archbishop of Canterbury refused to read James II's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting Catholics and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II £50 £100
41 Medals Austria Admont Abbey 800th Anniversary 36mm diameter in silver Obverse: Portraits of church officials, 29.SEPT 1074 below, GEBHARDUS ARCHIEP. JUVAV. CONDIT ABBATIAM ASMONTENSEM, Reverse:- A view of the Abbey ABBATIA O.S.B.ADMONTENSIS 1874 below, two crowned coat-of-arms with motto above, Unc and lustrous £300 £500
42 Medals Austria Medallic Show Thaler - 1683 Battle of Vienna 45mm diameter in silver, commemorating the Liberation of Vienna from Turkish siege, the defeat of the Turks and the relief of Vienna by Jahann III Sobieki of Poland. Obverse: An imperial double eagle brandishing a sword and sceptre atop a globe showing a map of Vienna. The sun rises above while crescent moon sinks below. Rev: The reverse has an 18 line legend describing how the Polish King John III Sobieski, with 20,000 troops, relieved the Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683 and drove them back to the Raab, and thereby freed Hungary. By leading the decisive Polish cavalry charge himself, Sobieski was acclaimed the hero of Christendom. UNC or near so and attractively toned, Cataloguers note: On researching this piece other examples were noted showing minor varieties in parts of the design, including the number of points around the sun and the date being shown as 1683 rather than MDCLXXXIII as shown here. We were able to find only three other examples all showing these minor differences, one being sold for $1600 hammer price in an internet auction. £200 £400
43 Medals Aviation - Wilbur and Orville Wright, First Powered Flight December 17, 1903 38mm diameter Obverse busts facing WILBUR AND ORVILLE WRIGHT, Reverse the Kittyhawk in flight, FIRST POWERED FLIGHT DECEMBER 17, 1903 UNC nicely toned £40 £80
44 Medals Battle of Blenheim 1704 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 409 Obverse:- Bust left, draped, ANNA D:G: MAG: BR: FRA: ET. HIB: REG. Reverse:- Britannia seated on a globe, right: Victory in her hand regards a captive seated on military trophies DE.GALLE: ET. BAV: AD. BLENHEIM. Exergue: CAPT: ET. CAES. XXXM. SIGN. RELAT. CLXIII. MDCCIV VF £40 £80
45 Medals Battle of Britain 25th Anniversary Commemorative Medal undated (1965) in 18 carat gold 40mm weighing 35.45 grammes, nFDC to FDC and prooflike, in The Royal Mint London plastic holder £600 £900
46 Medals Bicentenary of the French Revolution a 15-medal set in bronze by Monnaie de Paris (minted 1987-1989) each of the medals 77mm in diameter and depicting key figures and events of the time, UNC and housed in three large luxury red folders, with numbered certificate (1221) £75 £150
47 Medals Charles Dickens 100th Anniversary of his Death 1870-1970 64mm diameter in gilt silver by P.Vincze, 120 grammes UNC in the Royal Mint presentation box, only 500 issued £35 £75
48 Medals Charles I Memorial undated (1649) 50mm diameter in copper Eimer 162a by J.Roettiers Obverse Armoured Bust right, CAROL.D.G.M.B.F.ET.H.REX.&.GLOR.MEM, Reverse Hand issuing from heaven holding a celestial Crown, below, sheep in a landscape VIRTVT.EX.ME.FORTVNAM.EX.ALIJS EF with traces of lustre, in a round presentation case £125 £250
49 Medals Churchill Centenary Medals by John Pinches 1973 for the Churchill Centenary Trust, 24 silver gilt Crown size medals in an album with text £150 £200
50 Medals Commemorative Medals (18) generally earlier types including silver and cased issues £120 £220
51 Medals Coronation of Edward VIII 1937 (struck 1936) 60mm diameter in bronze by J.Tautenhayn Eimer 2043, BHM 4297, A/UNC and scarce £40 £80
52 Medals Coronation of George II 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 510 the official coronation issue Obverse Bust left Laureate, armoured and draped, GEORGIVS. II. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Reverse the King enthroned right, is crowned by Britannia VOLENTES. PER. POPULOS Exergue: CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII GEF or better with old grey and blue toning £300 £400
53 Medals Coronation of George II 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 510 the official coronation issue Obverse Bust left Laureate, armoured and draped, GEORGIVS. II. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Reverse the King enthroned right, is crowned by Britannia, VOLENTES.PER.POPULOS.Exergue: CORON.XI.OCTOB.MDCCXXVII Fine with some edge knocks £70 £90
54 Medals Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 The Official Royal Mint issue 36mm diameter in silver by B.Pistrucci Eimer 1315 Obverse Bust left draped and wearing a bandeau. VICTORIA. D.G. BRITANNIARUM REGINA F.D. Reverse Victoria enthroned left, receives a crown from Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM Exergue. INAUGURATA DIE JUNII XXVIII MDCCCXXXVIII EF and with an attractive blue tone, a few small rim nicks barely detract £300 £400
55 Medals France and related medals (19) in bronze 19th and 20th Century, includes prize medals and some larger pieces, in mixed grades the majority VF to EF, along with a Jetton of Louis XIV undated, VG/NF £150 £200
56 Medals France Louis XVI 1793 Tribute Medal to the Royal Family 40mm diameter in copper, Obverse: three busts conjoined, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth of France Reverse FILS DE SAINT LOUIS MONTEZ AU CIEL 21 JANVIER 1793--16 OCTOBRE 1793 10 MAI 1794 in 6 lines, within a wreath £100 £200
57 Medals Freedom Medals 39 crown sized .925 silver medals by the Royal Mint and in their large blue wallet style display case as issued with certificate dated Oct 23 1973 entitled FREEDOM MEDALS SYMBOLIZING THE WORDS THAT INSPIRED THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION £250 £350
58 Medals Germany Silver medal undated 55mm diameter Royal couple crowned by arms issuing from clouds above, Reverse Foreground, a tree being watered by a vessel by a hand issuing from a cloud above, beyond view of a town, 53.43 grammes, Good Fine with loop mount £25 £50
59 Medals Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1887 Eimer 1733 77mm diameter in Bronze The official Royal Mint issue by J.E.Boehm/F Leighton, Obverse: Bust left Crowned and Veiled. VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX. Reverse Enthroned figure of Empire, facing, flanked by standing figures of Science, Letters and Art left, opposite those of Industry and Agriculture right, at their feet below Empire are Mercury reclining and Time Above two cherubs displaying shields inscribed MDCCCLXXXVII and MDCCCXXXVII and V.R.I in a wreath between . IN. COMMEMORATION. Exergue. Five linked shields inscribed ASIA AMERICA EUROPE AUSTRALASIA and AFRICA, chocolate Unc with a touch of verdigris. Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 (2) silver and bronze 56mm diameter in silver Eimer 1817 the official Royal Mint issue, both UNC. Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in silver the Official Royal Mint issues Eimer 1871 Unc and very nicely toned these 4 all in the official Royal Mint boxes of issue, along with The Lusitania (German) Medal 1915 55mm in base metal UNC boxed as issued, Albert Schweitzer 1875 - 1965 56mm silver L'AMBARENE reverse beneath jungle scene cased Unc, and Le Touquet Lawn Tennis Club 1922 in silver 40 mm uncased Unc £250 £450
60 Medals Great British Locomotives, The National Railway Museum Inaugural Edition, by John Pinches, a 50-ingot set, each ingot 48mm x 25mm in sterling silver, each weighing around 30 grammes Prooflike UNC in the large wooden display box with certificate, the certificate stuck to the lid. Comes with accompanying book. £400 £500
61 Medals Great Exhibition 1851 Lambeth - London 38mm diameter in copper Obverse Floral pattern LAMBETH LONDON 1851, Reverse similar to Turkey Medallic Coinage 20 Kurush AH1255, 22.25 grammes, similar to X#10 where an 1862 piece is described as a Manufacturer's Salesman's example EF with some tone spots, Rare, we note a better grade example recently realised £900 on an internet website £100 £300
62 Medals Great Exhibition Medals (2) Great Exhibition 1851 Prize Medal 77mm diameter in bronze by W.Wyon/L.C.Wyon, Eimer 1456, Obverse: Busts left, conjoined Victoria laureate, trident behind, two dolphins below, VICTORIA D:G: BRIT: REG: F:D. ALBERTUS PRINCEPS CONJUX MDCCCLI. Reverse: Britannia seated, right, confers a wreath upon the head of Industria, kneeling, Africa, America, Asia and Europe in attendance, to right, bust of Flaxman on a socle, DISOCIATTA LOCIS CONCORDI PACE LIGAVIT, In Exergue: Leonard C.Wyon Des. & Sc: royal mint Edge :PRIZE MEDAL OF THE EXHIBITION. COVENTRY RIBBONS COMMITTEE. CLASS XIII, EF with some edge nicks:: along with Great Exhibition 1851 Eimer 1462 79mm diameter in White Metal Obverse: Bust of Prince Albert, Left within a wreath, Reverse: View of the building THE BUILDING FOR THE GREAT EXHIBITION IN LONDON 1851 Exergue: PROPOSED BY H.R.H. PRINCE ALBERT. DESIGNED BY JOSEPH PAXTON ESQ. F.L.S. ERECTED BY FOX, HENDERSOM, & CO. DIMENSIONS - LENGTH 1848 FEET, WIDTH 456 FEET, HEIGHT OF PRINCIPAL ROOF 66 FEET, HEIGHT OF TRANSEPT 106 FEET. GLAZED SURFACE 900 000 FEET, OCCUPIES 18 ACRES OF GROUND AU/GEF and lustrous £100 £150
63 Medals Greece, The birth and baptism of Konstantinos (Son of King George & Queen Elizabeth). 50mm diameter in bronze by Barre, Obv: Busts right, conjoined, ΓΕΩΡΓΙΟΣ Α! ΒΑΣΙΛΕΥΣ ΚΑΙ ΟΛΓΑ ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΑ ΤΩΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΩΝ. Reverse: ΚΩΝΣΤΑΝΤΙΝΟΣ ΑΩΞΗ / ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ ΚΑ / ΑΥΓΟΥΣΤ ΚΒ ". within a wreath, Crowned coat-of arms above, Weight: 58.45gr. UNC or near so with attractive copper tone, in round red case £500 £750
64 Medals International Society of Postmasters 1975-1977 Official Commemorative issues, a collection of 36 all Crown-sized and in Silver housed in an album with their respective First Day Covers, all coins and covers Proofs UNC to FDC £180 £280
65 Medals Italy, Naples 1845 Congress of Italian Scientists, by V.CATENACCI FECE Luigi Arnaud, 61mm diameter in bronze, Obverse Bust right, GIO. BAT. VICO NATO IN NAPOLI NEL MDCLXX. MORTO NELMDCCXLIIII, Reverse: Italia Turrita, seated to left holding a lit torch, sits before a memorial. In the background, the Gulf of Naples, AUSPICE FERDINANDO II P.F.A. Exergue: VII. CONGRESSO DEGLI SCIENZIATI ITALIANI NAPOLI MDCCCXLV , EF £125 £250
66 Medals Joseph Neeld , Harrow School 1851 46mm diameter, 54.62 grammes, in 18 Carat gold by L.C.Wyon, Obverse:- Bust of Joseph Neeld left, JOSEPHUS NEELD SCHOLAE HARROVIENSIS CUSTOS ATQUE GUBERNATOR. Reverse DILIGENTIAE INSTUD MATHEMAT PRAEMIUM ANNUUM JOSEPHUS NEELD HARROVIENSIS HARROVIENSIBUS PROPOSUIT A.S. MDCCCLI. within a laurel wreath, edge inscribed R.P.VERSCHOYLE . some light test scratches on the edge, UNC/AU and lustrous, the obverse with some toning on the bust, in fitted red case £1100 £1500
67 Medals Joshua Reynolds , Art Union of London 1845 58mm diameter in bronze by A.J.Stothard Eimer 1399 Obverse bust left with REYNOLDS behind, palette and brushes below, Reverse:- Detail from Reynolds's painting 'The Infant Hercules' --T UNION OF LONDON (the A and R of ART appear to been lightly smoothed away VF £30 £60
68 Medals Juan Martin de Pueyrredon 1776-1850 Commander of the Hussars during the British Invasion of Buenos Aries 1806, Teatro Ateneo 1910, approximately 30mm diameter irregularly shaped in pewter? A/UNC £60 £120
69 Medals Mary Queen of Scots 1579 28mm diameter in silver, Eimer 50, Obverse: Shield of Scotland, crowned, MARIA.D.G.SCOTORREGINA.FRAN.DOI, Reverse: Vine with a withered branch receiving water from an urn in the clouds MEA SIC MIHI PROSVNT, Exergue 1579, Near Fine/Fine, rare £200 £300
70 Medals Medals (3) Coronation of King George V 1911 36mm diameter in silver by F.Bowcher Eimer 1921c Obverse: Conjoined, crowned and draped busts left, GEORGE.V MARY, Reverse: The King and Queen enthroned, facing, acclaimed by Britannia, as Empire, standing left with a wreath, in foreground, a plaque inscribed HOMAGE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE 1911 festooned by two cherubs, GOD SAVE THE KING UNC: Coronation of Edward VII 1902 32mm diameter in silver, Obverse: Conjoined busts right draped, KING EDWARD VII QUEEN ALEXANDRA, Reverse: TO COMMEMORATE THE CORONATION JUNE 1902 GOD SAVE THE KING Arms and supporters above, National Floral emblems below, UNC with an edge bruise: Coronation of Edward VIII 1937 44mm diameter in bronze Obverse bust right, crowned and draped, HIS.MAJESTY.KING.EDWARD.VIII Reverse: Britannia standing in an arch, facing, holding crown aloft and with Union flag CROWNED A.D.1937 legend with BRITISH below UNC toned, in the red box of issue £35 £55
71 Medals Medals (9) 19th and early 20th Century mostly in copper or bronze, includes Winchester Cathedral Eimer 1507 EF £50 £100
72 Medals Medals a mainly European group (17) mostly 19th Century in base metal, the majority Crown-sized or larger, in mixed grades, some EF £70 £120
73 Medals Medals a mixed group (17) includes Coronation and Jubilee issues, also includes Special Constabulary and Territorial Force medals, also two Masonic items, with some in silver , in mixed grades, some UNC £150 £200
74 Medals Medals a small group (7) includes Stockton and Darlington Railway Centenary 1925 81mm diameter in lead, VF, as well as Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 Birmingham Mint, Dassier copies of Cromwell and George II types, in white metal, Plymouth Burrator Reservoir, Statue of H.W.F.Bolckow, Amelia Earhart NVF to EF £40 £80
75 Medals Medals, Medalets, Tokens and Paranumismatic, mostly base metal 20th Century issues, in mixed grades to UNC (lot) £80 £100
76 Medals Medals, Tokens and Weight a wide variety (160) includes Neville Chamberlain Munich Accord 1938 set in a silver dish, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 31mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue EF, Coin Weight James I Unite VG, USA J.M.Brunswick Balke Co. Token for 12 1/2 Cents undated, Fine, 18th Century Halfpenny Tokens (5), Co-Op Tokens and assorted paranumismatic items in mixed grades a few EF £200 £250
77 Medals Murder of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, 1678, 39mm diameter in silver by G. Bower, Eimer 257a Obverse:- bust right being strangled by his own cravat, MORIENDO. RESTITVIT. REM. E. GODFREY, Rev:-. TANTVM. RELIGIO. POTVIT., A man strangling a prone figure, Pope standing left blessing the event and holing a Bullo (decree) Edge: CERVICE. FRACTA. FIDEM. SVSTVLIT. ATLAS. XNS. 1678 Good Fine £50 £100
78 Medals Napoleon's Medals, by Andrieu - Two custom fitted trays in a 27cm x 35cm wooden box in a bookform case. The first tray contains 8 medals, lead-filled cliches, - 'Siege of the Bastille' 14 July 1789 (85mm), Arrival of the King at Paris 6 October 1789 (85mm), Passage of the Great St. Bernard Floreal, Year VIII, (1800), Battle of Maringo (1800), Napoleon as Emperor and Napoleon as King (3), the second two large medals 141mm diameter these Napoleon I and Marriage of the Emperor Napoleon to Marie Louise in Paris, all uniface, GEF to UNC, the case in poor condition and missing the lid/front book cover £225 £325
79 Medals Peter Scott's British Birds a 35-medal set each 51mm diameter, weighing 66-67 grammes and in .925 silver by John Pinches UNC to nFDC, lightly toning, in the cabinet of issue with all certificates £600 £900
80 Medals Pope Leo XII 44mm diameter in bronze Obverse bust right, robed LEO XII P.M. Reverse SVFFRAGIIS IV. KAL. OCT. MDCCCXXIII DECLARATIS GVF/VF £30 £60
81 Medals Prince Albert, installed as Chancellor of Cambridge University 1847 46mm diameter in White metal PRINCEPS CELSISSIMUS ALBERTUS ACAD:CANTAB: CANCELL. 1847, Reverse view of the Senate house A/UNC £40 £80
82 Medals Prince Philip, Visit to North America 1966 38mm diameter in silver by Spink & Son Eimer 2110, Obverse:- Bust left, uniformed, H.R.H. THE PRINCE PHILIP DUKE OF EDINBURGH, Reverse:- Prince Philip's cypher YOUTH. CHARITY. ATHLETICS. ROYAL VISIT TO NORTH AMERICA UNC and lustrous £20 £50
83 Medals Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1977 in 9 carat gold UNC in case: USA The Bicentennial Visit of Queen Elizabeth II 1976 51mm diameter in sterling silver, UNC in the box of issue with certificate: Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1977 44mm diameter in silver by John Pinches Prooflike UNC, boxed: Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1977 45mm diameter in silver (2) by the Birmingham Mint Prooflike UNC in the boxes of issue with certificates: The Right Honourable Margaret Thatcher MP 1979 Britain's First Lady Prime Minister in gilt silver, by The Birmingham Mint: 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain 1990 50mm diameter in silver Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate: Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee 2002 Medal UNC on the Royal Mint wallet of issue: Belgium - Brussels Exposition 1958 26mm diameter in silver Prooflike UNC and toned, in white leatherette case £70 £100
84 Medals Royal Society of Arms, Mercury and Minerva Medal 1796 44mm diameter in gold by T.Pingo, Britannia seated left is conferred with honours by Mercury and Minerva standing before her, ARTS. AND. COMMERCE. PROMOTED. Exergue: SOCIETY INST. LONDON MDCCLIIII, Reverse:- TO Mr. RICHARD MOYLE MDCCXCVI / LAND GAINED FROM THE SEA Class 133. No.CCXXIII EF, Rare, The prize was award to Richard Moyle for his work in land drainage and reservoir systems in Penzance, Cornwall £1600 £2000
85 Medals Seal in wax, Common Seal of the Vestry of St. Pancras in the County of Middlesex 1856 EF in a brown B.Wyon medallists box £50 £100
86 Medals Simon De Passe Counters, or Gambling Counters in silver 1630-1635 (17) each depicting a full length portrait of the monarch or ruler on the obverse, and a coat of arms on the reverse with obverse legends giving details of the reign, Royal subjects depicted, some stating the dates of their deaths, are:- Harold II (1066), Edward the Confessor (1066), William II (1100), Stephen (1154), Henry II (1189), Richard I (1199), Edward I (1307), Edward II (1327), Henry IV (1412), Edward V (1483), Richard III (1485), Elizabeth I (2) (1601), Frederick (1628), a Charles I undated issue, a Prince Charles piece (1630) and a later issue or reissue of similar style of Anne, the reverse stating 'Buried at Westminster', in mixed grades average VF £425 £475
87 Medals The 100 Greatest Cars Silver Miniature Collection' silver ingots by John Pinches (issued 1975) each piece 16mm x 10mm and around 1.5 grammes Silver Proofs in the box of issue with detailed information book £40 £50
88 Medals The Church Music Trust a 3-medal set each 45mm diameter in matt silver, undated (1968) by Toye, Kenning & Spencer, depicting Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and St. Paul's Cathedral UNC in the box of issue with certificate, along with medals (26) includes Coronation of George V 1911 30mm diameter in silver (2) the Official Royal Mint issues NEF to EF, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 31mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue GEF, Coronation of George VI 1937 31mm diameter in silver, the official Royal Mint issue EF, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 the official Royal Mint issues 56mm in bronze (2) A/UNC to UNC boxed, India 1901 Temperance Medal Obverse: Queen Victoria Reverse: In Memory of Queen Victoria 1837-1901 in silver, NEF with loop mount, India Army Total Abstinence Association Medal 1862 Fine, loop mounted, India Army Temperance Association 1897 VF toned, loop mounted, and a host of other subjects, Royal birthdays, Royal Weddings and some prize medals, these awarded to Frances Leslie Rose OBE, FRS, these Chemistry-related, in mixed grades to UNC, many in the boxes of issue £150 £300
89 Medals The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci a 50 medal set in silver by John Pinches 1975, each medal 51mm diameter and weighing 50-51 grammes, and depicting his most famous works, nFDC to FDC in the cabinet of issue with certificates, gloves and original name plate £750 £1100
90 Medals The Kings and Queens of England by Pinches (1970) a collection of 43 Silver Proof Crown-sized medals portraying each monarch. Housed in a blue hardback album nFDC-FDC some with toning £200 £300
91 Medals The Stamps of Royalty Stamp replica silver ingots (29) 25 in the wooden box of issue, UNC as issue with certificate, and 4 additional pieces in a separate box these toned UNC total weight over 556 grammes £160 £220
92 Medals Tower Bridge Opened 1894 Eimer 1790 76mm diameter in bronze issued by the Corporation of London Obverse: Busts left conjoined of Queen Victoria, between the Prince and Princess of Wales . Reverse: A view of the bridge, it's bascules raised and a steam yacht passing through, above Bridge-House Estates badge. TOWER BRIDGE OPENED 30TH JUNE 1894. Exergue:- ON BEHALF OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA BY HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES with City of London shield in the centre, UNC, evenly toned with small edge nicks, in the original Corporation of London box with gold lettering on the lid £250 £350
93 Medals USA medal - Inauguration of George Washington, 1790, 48mm diameter in copper by J. Manly for S. Brooks, Obverse: bust left, truncation signed BROOKS.F., GEO. WASHINGTON BORN VIRGINIA. FEB.11.1732 below, Reverse. GENERAL OF THE AMERICAN ARMIES 1775. RESIGNED 1783. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1789 in ten lines, (Baker 61B) Fine/Near Fine, the obverse with some thin scratches, we note an example in Good Fine sold for £700 hammer price our March 2016 sale £100 £300
94 Medals Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 an 11-medal set by F.Bowcher for Spink and Son, comprises Eimer 1820 - Victory on globe, May God Preserve our Queen and her Heirs, Britons Rejoice, The Four Longest Reigning Monarchs in English History, God Bless our Queen types, these 38mm diameter, British Commerce, Army and Navy, The Royal Family, Primates of All England, and Prime Ministers of Her Majesty's reign these 51mm diameter, and The British Empire 75mm diameter all EF and nicely matched, in white metal in open octagonal case, an eye-catching set £225 £325
95 Medals Wellington's Battles - British Victories in the Peninsula a set of 20 medalets each 15mm diameter in brass 1808-1814 Obverse: Angel BY THE MERCY OF GOD, Reverse: Dates of each respective Battle, EF to UNC and lustrous, contained in a box in the shape of a tube, this inscribed 'British Victories in the Peninsula' as part of a group of Medals and medalets (110) includes some useful 19th Century pieces, Temperance medals, prize medals, includes some silver issues, many boxed with many in high grades EF to UNC £250 £500
96 1914-15 Stars to South African Regiments (6) Cpl.F.H.Pratt 1st. S.A.M.R awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa. Taken prisoner of war at Sandfontein 26/9/1914 and served 1902-1924.Lt.S.G.Grewar, 1st South Africa Regiment, Pte. W.S.Williams Kalahari Horse, awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa 1914-1915, Pte.J.Baker Enslins Horse, awarded for service in the Boer Rebellion and German S.W.Africa 1914-1915, Pte.J.J.Van Aswegen Brands. F.S Rifles, Burg P.G.Greyling Heidelberg KDO, VF to EF £100 £180
97 78th Company London Yeomanry/2nd London Yeomanry, Boer War and World War I a group of five comprising Queen's South Africa Medal with five bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902, World War I Medal, 1914-15 Star, World War I Victory Medal and Territorial Force Efficiency Medal VF to EF awarded to 987 Pte.L.O.Morgan, the Star and Victory medals both privately engraved £200 £250
98 A group of six with miniature, as worn Queens South Africa Medal with 5 bars Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1902, South Africa 1901, to Pte.W.Herrington E.Surrey Regiment, 1914 Star trio with 5th Aug-22nd Nov clasp, named MI - 08027 Dvr.W. Herrington, the others to Sjt. W.Herrington, World War II Defence Medal , and Legion of Frontiersmen Medal for Meritorious Service in silver VF to GEF £40 £120
99 Afghanistan Medals (3) Second Afghan War 1878-80 the first awarded to 2107 Pte.T.Dempsey, East Riding Regiment of Foot (2nd/15th Foot) no bars.VF/NEF. Enlisted 9/9/1878, Discharged 6/9/1890, the second awarded to Sepoy Jolhico Malura, 4th Ghoorka Regiment (Ghurkas) Fine, the third with two bars, Ahmed Khel and Kandahar, awarded to 2067 Pte.C.Percival 2nd/60th Rifles (King's Royal Rifle Corps) NVF, along with miniature aluminium copy, Pte.Percival served 1866-1887 and was discharged 1/3/1887. Also entitled to Kabul to Kandahar Star £390 £450
100 Anglo-Boer War, Queen's South Africa Medal with 4 bars CAPE COLONY, ORANGE FREE STATE, TRANSVAAL, and SOUTH AFRICA 1901, to 1369 Pte. D. McGregor , A. &S. HIGHRS: Argyle and Sunderland About EF with pleasing grey tone £125 £150
101 Army of India Medal 1799-1826 with Bhurtpoor clasp awarded to Corpl.T.Henry, 59th Foot, Cambridgeshire Regiment EF with minor surface marks £150 £450
102 Austria, Bulgaria, Germany & Hungary, First World War or earlier medals and crosses with some 19th Century types (17), all with ribbons, generally GVF one with reverse centre missing £200 £300
103 Austria, First World War or earlier medals and crosses (13), World War I (10) two of the earlier pieces in silver, VF to EF £100 £200
104 Battle of Waterloo 1815 to Private Thomas Cracknell 15th of King's Regiment Hussars, VF comes with copies of documents showing his enlistment on 14th February 1814 and copies of details of accounts given at the time of the Battle from Lieut. Colonel H.Lane, and Colonel J.Thackwell, also a copy of the documents relating to Return of Officers, Non Commissioned Officers, Trumpeters, and Private Men of the 15th of King's Regiment Hussars at the Battle of Waterloo. A fascinating historical document and insight into the Battle and tactics used £1000 £1500
105 Captain Oliver Gordon MVO RN First World War trio (as Lieutenant, Star to Sub-Lieutenant) and Member of the Victoria Order, World War II (4) War Medal, Atlantic Star, Pacific Star and 1939-45 star, in box of issue with original ribbons, also military epaulettes, Captain Oliver Gordon was Captain of HMS Exeter, a heavy cruiser, during World War II during which she was sunk in the Battle of the Java Sea March 1 1942. The lot includes the Book `Fight It Out` written by Captain Gordon in 1957 describing the epic encounter against overwhelming odds during the battle in 1942. He was taken Prisoner of War along with the survivors by the Japanese after the ship was sunk in the battle. The lot also includes many Christmas Greetings received by Captain Gordon during his time as a POW. Between the two World Wars he served on the Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert and the lot includes photographs of Captain Gordon, some with King George V and Queen Alexandra, also letters from Buckingham Palace one signed by King George VI, a restricted letter from Mountbatten of Burma, a letter from the Imperial War Museum, photographs of crew and ships, along with a copy of a newspaper cutting reporting Captain Gordon`s death. Also included is the paperwork details and letters relating to the Companion of the Order of the Bath, though this has been retained by Captain Gordon`s family £100 £500
106 Egypt Medal 1882 awarded to Ships Corporal, First Class W.W.Holmes H.M.S. Monarch, with bar ALEXANDRIA 11th JULY, VF. Ships Corporal Holmes was discharged to Pension in 1887. H.M.S. Monarch took part in the Naval bombardment of Alexandria 11th to 13th July 1882. The vessel was the first to carry its guns in turrets, and was also the first British Warship to have guns of 12 inch calibre £125 £150
107 Egypt Medal 1882-1889, undated reverse, (2) the first awarded to 1228 Pte.J.Slater 1st Cameron Highlanders, VF. Enlisted Fort George 10/1/1885. Present at the Battle of Ginnis 30/12/1885, Died Cairo 1886, cause not listed, the second awarded to A.Jeffries Ships Corporal 1st Class H.M.S Briton. GVF. Died of Heat apoplexy aboard HMS Humber 1/8/1884, having served from 1870-1884. HMS Briton and her crew participated in the Battle for Suakin Port, February and March 1884. £200 £250
108 General Service Medal with Palestine bar, awarded to 3952993 Pte.G.Carpenter Welch. Regiment. NEF/EF. The First Regiment was deployed to Palestine to suppress the Arab Revolt, then sent on to North Africa and participated in the Western District Campaign, then sent to Crete in 1941 where Pte. Carpenter was taken Prisoner of War in June 1941, Queen's South Africa Medal awarded to 3rd Class Trooper 2867 R.F.Bruce with two bars Orange Free State and Cape Colony. GVF. Enlisted 1/5/1901, Died Boskop 11/11/1901 of enteric fever. Scottish Regiments (3) World War I Medals (2) the first to 10234 Pte.J.Scott 2nd Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders, VF. Pte. Scott was killed in action in France 9/3/1915, (also entitled to 1914 Star and bar). He is buried at Ration Farm Military Cemetery, La Chapelle-Darmentieres VI. M.3, the second to 7220 Pte.D.Taylor 1st regiment of Scots Fusiliers, VF. Pte. Taylor was killed in action in France 13/11/1916. (also entitled to 1914 Star and bar). He is buried at Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 3C. 1914-15 Star awarded to 17560 Pte.W.Pilkington, 1st King's Own Scottish Borderers EF. Pte. Pilkington was wounded in Gallipoli on 4/6/1915 and died of his wounds 7/6/1915. Sussex Yeomanry Casualty World War I Medal to 2040 Private R.S.Paterson, SUSS.YEO, EF. Enlisted 7/10/1915 in Egypt, transferred Royal Engineers and died of wounds Royal Sussex Regiment 23/10/1918, with copy of service record, entitled to 1914/1915 Star and Victory Medals £190 £240
109 German First World War groups (3), Saxony Friedrich August Medals (2) bronze & silver, 1914 Iron Cross, mounted as worn, Prussia 1870-1871 Medal with bars Paris, Beaumont, Sedan & Gravelottes-St. Private, bronze and Wilhelm Anniversary Medal 1797-1897, mounted as worn, Group of three, Iron Cross 1914, Baden Medal & Cross of Honour 1914-18 mounted as worn and with ribbon bar and tunic badge in mixed grades to GVF £100 £200
110 Germany - Prussia, Wilhelm II 1914 First World War Campaign 28.5mm diameter in bronze Obverse: Bust left uniformed, WILHEL II DEUTSCHER KAISER Reverse: a combat scene, FELDZUG GEG. FRANKREICH RUSSLAND U.S.W GEF £25 £50
111 Germany and German States Medals (7) includes Bavaria, Baden, Prussia and Mecklenburg-Schwerin, includes Military Merit cross and Long Service types, in mixed grades to GVF £75 £150
112 Germany Third Reich Mothers Crosses (3) one each in gold, silver and bronze, awarded 16th December 1938, the gold and bronze types with neck ribbons, GVF £60 £100
113 Germany, First & Second World War, a group of four, Prussia Iron Cross 1914; Saxony, Friedrich August War Medal, silver; 1914-18 Cross of Honour; WW2 Faithful Service Decoration, silver. Mounted as worn. GVF £60 £100
114 Germany, Iron Cross 1914 (3), First Class, pin back (1), 2nd Class (2). GVF £50 £100
115 Germany, Iron Cross 1914, Cross of Honour 1914-18, ribbon bar with crossed swords. GVF. (3). £30 £60
116 Germany, World War II awards (5), War Merit Cross 1939 with swords, Winter Campaign Medal 1941-42 (Russian Front), Africa/Italy Campaign Medal. Wound Badge, bronze, Infantry Assault Badge, silver coloured metal (catch to pin fitting broken) GVF £40 £80
117 Imperial Service Medals (9) George V Coinage Profile (3), George V Crowned Bust (2), George VI Crowned Bust INDIAE:IMP legend (1), Elizabeth II DEI:GRATIA legend (3) NEF to About UNC (7 boxed), Masonic: Justice, Truth, Philanthropy (2) Hartley Lodge 5010 presented to Bro.S.Stacey 24/5/1924, Hand in Hand Lodge No.76 presented to Tom Johnson 25/4/1934 VF to EF, London College of Music presented to Edith Woodhatch for Singing - Senior Section December 1925 UNC boxed £140 £280
118 India General Service Medal, awarded to 522 Pte.J.H.Morton 2nd R.W Surrey Rgt. With 2 clasps BURMA 1885-7 and BURMA 1887-9 About EF, India Medal awarded to 9470 Sgt. R.Huxstep 3rd Rifle Brigade with Punjab Frontier 1897-98 bar. GVF. Enlisted Canterbury 25/2/1888, discharged unfit 28/2/1899, died in Minster Workhouse, Kent, having served 10 Years in India £240 £280
119 India Medal 1895 with two bars Punjab Frontier 1897-98 and Tirah 1897-98, First Gurkhas, 2nd Battalion awarded to Boy Naick Chalurdal Limbu, Gurkha Rifles, VF, along with World War I 1914-15 Casualty stars (2) awarded to 1425 Sepoy Diwan Singh 1/69 Punjabis GVF, killed in action at the Battle of Loos, France, 25/9/1915 and Nk.Jiwan Singh 53/Sikhs F.F. GVF. Killed in action in Mesopotamia 8/3/1916 £100 £120
120 King's Own Scottish Borderers, India Campaign and South Africa Boer War trio comprising India Medal with bar Punjab frontier 1897-98 awarded to 3668 L/Cpl. J.Fawcett Good Fine, Queen's South Africa Medal with three bars Cape Colony, Paardeberg and Johannesburg awarded to Cpl. J.Fawcett NVF, King's South Africa Medal with two bars South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 awarded to Sergt. J. Fawcett NVF £200 £250
121 Northumberland Fusiliers trio comprising Queen's South Africa Medal with two bars Cape Colony and South Africa 1902, awarded to 3995 Pte.R.Rowe 127th Company of Imperial Yeomanry VF, 1914-15 Star awarded to 12-11371 Corporal R.Rowe, EF, and World War I Medal also to Corporal R.Rowe NEF, Corporal Rowe died of wounds in France 30/9/1915 and is buried at Lapugnoy Military Cemetery I.C.22, Queen's South Africa Medals (2) the first with 3 bars Cape Colony, Paardeberg and Johannesburg, awarded to 20804 Dvr.W.J.Mercer, Royal Field Artillery, NEF. Comes with card stating that Dvr.Mercer died 20/6/1903 with 66 Battery, the second with 4 bars, South Africa 1901, Transvaal, Orange Free State and Cape Colony, awarded to 7269 Bugler R.W.Hall 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers. NEF. Enlisted London, declared unfit 27/7/1902 £300 £350
122 Royal Garrison Artillery a Boer War pair awarded to 71882 Gnr.H.W.Burr 14th Company Western Division comprising Queen's South Africa Medal with Cape Colony bar, NEF and King's South Africa Medal with two bars South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902. NEF. He served in the UK 1889-1896 and in South Africa 1899-1902. He was then discharged in 1902.Irish Free State Police (GardaSiociochana) a 2-piece Belt Buckle, helmet badge and collar badge, the first two pre World War II with t in Siotchana (the Gaelic spelling), Ulster Constabulary and Irish Army Ordnance Corp cap badges (4) and a Guinness penknife, in good overall condition £140 £180
123 Royal Navy/Royal Fleet Reserve a casualty group of six to J.6047 A.Knowles (P.O 15106) A.B, R.N 1914/1915 Star, War and Victory medals, World War II and Defence Medal and a Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, Long Service Good Conduct Medal, with George VI scroll naming Able Seaman Knowles, GVF to EF, all in a glass frame: Able Seaman Knowles died aged 50 on 15/12/1943 £160 £180
124 Russia Order of Lenin type 4 Portrait in platinum, on grey central disc worn on a suspension loop, awarded 1943-1991, NEF with red and yellow ribbon. Awarded for outstanding services rendered to the State, exemplary services in the armed forces, promoting friendship and co-operation between peoples and in strengthening peace, and meritous service to the Soviet state and society. Notable recipients include:-Leonid Brezhnev, Fidel Castro, Yuri Gagarin, Nelson Mandela and Joseph Stalin £1000 £1200
125 South Africa , Transvaal Souvenir Medallion 1899-1900 in White Metal 'United in the Cause of Freedom' 38mm diameter in white metal, Hern 86, BHM 3673,Obverse:- Two shields inclined toward each other and overlapping. The left shield is quartered with: Star of India, Kangaroo – Australia, Scale balance – New Zealand and Beaver – Canada. The right shield has the British Royal coat of arms. To the left is a garland with a rose (England), shamrocks (Ireland) and thistles (Scotland). To the right is a laurel branch. Above is the Imperial Crown. Two clasped hands across the divide between the shields at the bottom. On a ribbon below: “WE . SERVE . UNDER . ONE . CROWN”. Above the ribbon, and below the hands, stamped: “REGISTERED”. Legend in ornate lettering above: “UNITED IN THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM” and below between stops: “WE DEFEND OUR EMPIRE”. Reverse:- To the left, a sailor with rifle at attention; to the right, a soldier with rifle at the ready. They stand guard over the British Union flag, between them on a flagpole surmounted by a crown. Behind, two artillery pieces facing outwards and in the background, a ship behind the sailor and a tent behind the soldier. Legend in ornate lettering: “SOUVENIR (left) MEDAL 1899 / & 1900 (right)”. In the exergue in ornate letters: “THE QUEEN / GOD BLESS HER (in an arc)”. Signed on the left close to the rim: “FENWICK. F”. On the right near the rim, stamped: “REGISTERED”. UNC boxed £25 £50
126 South Africa pair to 2511 Corpl. E. Dibbens B.S.A Police comprising Queen's South Africa Medal (Reverse type 3), with Transvaal and Defence of Mafeking clasps, and King's South Africa Medal with South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 clasps, EF nicely toned with some knocks, mounted as worn £1200 £1500
127 The South Africa Medal 1853 awarded to A.B.Morgan Surgn. 91st Regiment, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, NEF with ribbon and boxed £120 £320
128 World War I (12) World War I Medals (5) awarded respectively to 7403 Pte.J.Watkins 2nd South Lancashire Regiment VF. Killed in action France 24/10/1914. He is buried at Le Touret Memorial. Panel 23., to 7759 Pte.G.M.Fairfax 1st East Yorkshire Regiment, GVF. Killed in action France 24/3/1915, He is buried at Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension II. E.22, to 4986 Sergt. C.Atkinson 2nd York and Lancaster Regiment. He was killed in action in France 21/3/1918. He is buried at Arras Memorial Bay 8., to 1928 Dvr. Piran Ditta R.A. GVF. Killed in action in Mesopotamia 1-31 Oct. 1916, to Pte. N.CF.Fredericks. 1st Cape Corps. NVF. Pte. Fredericks was washed overboard off H.M.S.Tuna in the Indian Ocean 11/7/1917. 1914-1915 Stars (3) awarded respectively to 4030 Pte.W.Murray 11th Lancashire Fusiliers. EF. Killed in action in France 25/9/1917, he is buried at Arras Memorial Bay 5., to Pte. A.P.Stock Machine Gun Detachment. NEF. Pte. Stock was discharged unfit ex- East Africa 30/10/1917, he died 19/11/1925, to Sgt.F.V.Harris 11th Mounted Rifles (Patchefstroom Ruiters, a part of South Africa's Active Citizen Force.) EF. Sgt. Hariis was awarded this for service in German S.W.Africa. Wounded East Africa April 1916 and died of malaria 29/1/1917 as Sergt.Major. World War I pair awarded to 2550 Rfmn.Nawab Din 1at.125th Rifles (Napier's Rifles) 1914-15 Star and World War I Victory medal. VF to GVF. Rfmn. Din was killed in action in Givenchy, France 20/12/1914, He is buried at Meerut Military Cemetery, St. Martin-les-Boulognei. A. 18. The heavy casualties suffered in the Battle of Givenchy caused a temporary ceasefire which led to the Christmas truce of 1914. World War I Victory Medals to two brothers (2) the first awarded to 10990 Pte.H.Cuthbertson 2nd. Scots Guards, GEF. Pte Cuthbertson died of wounds Neuve Chapelle, March 1915, the second awarded to 243077 Gnr.A.L.Cuthbertson, D.Battery 44 Brigade (Howitzers) R.F.A, (listed as Signaller on the CWGC website) GEF. Killed in action in Belgium 2/11/1918, and is buried at Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension V. K.10 £230 £260
129 World War I (13) 1914-1915 Stars (5) 14614 Pte.F.Hardy 7th Somerset Light Infantry, About EF, Pte.Hardy was killed in action in France 3/9/1916 and is buried at Guillemont Road Cemetery, Guillemont XIV. I.4,2317 Pte.E.G.Burling (Lance Corporal on CWGC website) 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers. EF lacquered. He died of wounds in France 11/3/1915 and is buried at Wimereux Communal Cemetery I. D.21A, the second awarded to 1605 Pte. W.Armstrong, Durham Light Infantry. EF. Killed in action in Belgium 2/3/1916, he is buried at Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm) II B.24.273229 Pte.E.Grant 2nd Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. NEF. He was present at the Battle of Tanga, German East Africa 4/11/1914, 8725 Pte.J.Friend 4th Royal Fusiliers, NEF, Pte. Friend was killed in action in France 3/12/1916 and is buried at Etaples Military Cemetery XX. D.14A, the 4th Battalion served on the Western Front at Mons and Le Cateau, World War I Victory Medals (2) 15463 Pte. H.Wilson 1st King's Royal Rifle Corps (L/Cpl on CWGC website), a P.C. in the Hong Kong Police until 1915, he was killed in action at Dellvile Wood 27/7/1916, and is buried at Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 13A and 13B, 203155 Pte.J.Millership, South Staffordshire Regiment EF, Pte. Millership was wounded 31/7/1917, then killed in action with 1st and 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment 20/1/1918. He is buried at Oxford Road Cemetery V.K.15, World War I Medals (6) 9665 Pte.C.H.Butler 1st Berkshire Regiment. NEF. He was killed in action in France 16/5/1915 and is buried at Rue-des-Berceaux Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'Avoue II.F.4, (also entitled to the 1914 Star and bar). The second awarded to 28713 Pte.W.H.Cardew 2nd Light Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. NEF. Pte.Cardew was killed in action in France 5/12/1917 and is buried at Cambrai Memorial Louverval, Panel 7. The third awarded to 29947 Pte.E.G.Beer, 5th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, NEF. Pte.Beer died of wounds in France 20/4/1918 and is buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez VIII.H.12, 31633 Pte. F.Worthington, King's Shropshire Light Infantry. GVF. Died of wound in France 5/5/1918. He is buried at Arneke British Cemetery II. C.9. ,41468 Gnr.A Sale R.A. Z battery 5th Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, NEF, Gnr.Sale was killed in action in France 24/4/1917 and is buried at Bois-Carre British Cemetery, Thelus. I.D.7, (also entitled to the 1914 Star and bar), the second to 452308 Corpl W.W.Rowsell, GVF. He died Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyka Territory 10/1/1918 £200 £250
130 World War I (4) 1914 Star with 'Mons' bar, awarded to 9268 Sergt. J.W.Jones 2nd King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, NEF. Sergt. Jones saw action at Le Cateau, and was one of many taken Prisoner of War at Le Cateau. The rear-guard action at the scene enabled the BEF to retreat from the German Army. 1914-1915 Stars (3) 10770 Pte.C.West 1st Essex Regiment. NEF. Killed in action Cape Helles, Gallipoli 6/8/1915. On August 6 1915 the 1st Essex and 88th Brigade were ordered 'Over The Top' at Cape Helles, sustaining heavy casualties including Pte.West. He is buried at Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery Sp.Mem.C.394, 17207 Pte.F Robbins 20th Manchester Regiment. NEF. Wounded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1/7/1916, died of wounds in France 3/7/1916 buried Daours Communal Cemetery Extension II.B.6, 5952 Gunner F.Coker, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. About EF. enlisted 23/9/1914 Valcatier, Canada as part of Canada's Expeditionary Force. The Force, including Gunner Coker, fought in the second Battle of Ypres, Battle of the Somme 1916, buried Pas de Calais, Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery Extension II.A.17 £180 £220
131 World War I and World War II a group of nine to Lieut. (E) Joseph William Brand R.N, HMS Gossamer 1914-1915 Star, World War I War Medal, World War I Victory Medal, 1939-1945 Star, Atlantic Star, 1939-1945 Defence Medal, 1939-1945 World War II Medal, Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, and Distinguished Service Cross, George VI (1942), EF in presentation box, comes with photograph and copies of papers detailing the HMS Gossamer and details of the naval career of Joseph William Brand. The HMS Gosamer was a minesweeper of the Halcyon class. At the evacuation from Dunkirk Gossamer made six trips to and from that port or the beaches and brought home 3200 men. In April 1942 the Gossamer left Murmansk with two other ships of her flotilla to assist the cruiser Edinburgh which had been torpedoed. Gossamer rescued 440 survivors. Gossamer remained in North Russia and on June 24 1942 was sunk by a direct bomb during an air attack. £1200 £1500
132 World War I awarded to two brothers: World War I Medal with Mentioned in Dispatches Oak Leaf, awarded to Lieut-Col. A.P.Liston-Foulis. NEF. Lieut-Col. Liston-Foulis (the son of Baronet Foulis of Colinton) was mentioned in dispatches 4/7/1913 on his promotion from Captain to Major. He was killed in action in Cambrai, France 30/11/1917, and is buried at Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery IV. A.3, World War I Victory Medal awarded to Lieut G.M. Liston-Foulis, Seaforth Highlanders, NEF. Lieut.G.M.Foulis, Durham Light Infantry, was commissioned to Northern Russia in November 1915. He fought in the Archangel Expedition in 24 Oct.1918 to 17 Jun.1919 in North Russia, He died in Edinburgh 10/6/1957 £130 £160
133 World War I group of four to Norman Vivian Saville, Royal Engineers 16th Divisional Signals Company R.E.1914-1915 Star, Military Medal, War Medal and Victory Medal, also British Empire Medal, and World War II Defence Medal, and silver rosettes, EF to UNC. Also comes with a host of documents and Letter from King George VI. Norman Saville was involved with the same unit throughout the First World War moving all over the Somme and Ypres area and he would have been involved in Battles of Guillemont, Ginchy, Messines, Plickem, Langemarck, St. Quentin, Rosiers and the Pursuit to Mons. During these actions he was awarded the Military Medal which was mentioned in the London Gazette on 9/12/1916, he received a bar to that medal 29/8/1918. In World War II he joined the 66th battalion of the West Riding Home Guard In the London Gazette of 15/12/1944 he was awarded the British Empire Medal (Military Division) in recognition of meritorous service to the Home Guard £600 £800
134 World War I Medals (3) the first awarded to 12112 Pte. R.Phillips 15th Royal Irish Rifles (North Belfast), VF. Pte.Phillips was killed in action in France 20/1/1916 and is buried at Miraumont Communal Cemetery C.1, the second awarded to 16887 Pte.P.Connor 8th Regiment of Irish Fusiliers. GVF. The 8th Regiment saw action at the Battles of Guillemont and Ginchy. Pte.Connor died of wounds in France 24/6/1916. He is buried at Bethune Town Cemetery V.E.75, the third awarded to D-9505 Pte.W.H.Allen 4th Dragoon Guards (Royal Irish). NEF. Killed in action, Battle for La Bassee 1/11/1914, buried Ypres Menin Gate Memorial Panel 3-5.Also entitled to 1914 Star and bar, World War I Victory Medal awarded to 5-2688 Pte. J.H.Boardman 1st Royal Irish Rifles. VF. Killed in action during the Battle of the Somme (Battle for Ancre Heights) 23/10/1916, buried Somme, Thiepval Memorial Pier and face 15A and 15B £120 £150
135 World War I Medals (4) the first awarded to 19056 Pte.A.Nicholas 9th Devon Regiment. NEF. Pte. Nicholas was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, France 1/7/1916. Buried Somme, Thiepval Memorial, Pier and face 1C, the second awarded to 2052D Seaman J.Flynn Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S.Goliath, GVF. killed in action off Gallipoli 13/5/1915, buried at Plymouth Naval Memorial 8. HMS Goliath was sunk after being hit by three torpedoes from the Ottoman destroyer Mauvenet-i Milliye losing 570 of her 750 crew, the third awarded to 29447 Pte.J.Mullen R.INNES.FUS 1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Mullan on CWGC). About EF. Killed in action in France, 19/5/1917, buried Arras Memorial, Bay 6. The 1st Battalion, which had been serving in India, returned home in January 1915, it was then landed at Cape Helles, Gallipoli, as part of the 87th Brigade in the 29th Division in April 1915. It was evacuated from Gallipoli in January 1916, then landed in Marseille in March 1916 for service on the Western Front, and the fourth awarded to 2nd Lieutenant A.Bartlett Royal Welsh Fusiliers, NEF. Died of Wounds as a POW France, aged 32, 12/4/1918, buried Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard, Laventie Cemetery £200 £250
136 World War I Medals (4) the first awarded to 2nd Lieutenant A.P.Male Machinegun Corps Officer, enlisted 13th London Regiment 25/4/1911, commissioned 3/12/1915 NEF. Killed in action Bourlon Wood 23/11/1917 on the first day of battle, buried Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, also entitled to 1914 Star and bar with 13th London Regiment, the second awarded to 3665 Pte.A.Rhydwen, Welsh Guards, NEF. Pte.Rhydwen was killed in action in France 3/5/1918, Buried Bienvillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais XVII.C.9, the fourth awarded to 4474 Sepoy Kala Khan 58th Rifles. (58th Vaughan's Rifles, Frontier Force) NEF. Killed in action, Palestine 14/4/1918. Buried Heliopolis (Port Tewfik) Memorial £160 £200
137 World War I Medals (4) the first awarded to 4751 Pte.J.Dowling 1st Leinster Regiment VF. Pte.Dowling died of wounds in France 15/5/1915 and is buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery VIII. D.7., the second awarded to 8841 Pte.A.Mawhenney 2nd Irish Guards (Mawhinney on CWGC website). EF. died 31/7/1917 buried Ypres, Menin Gate, Belgium (Panel 11), the third awarded to 8890 Pte.F.C.Brown 2nd Kings Own Royal Lancashire Regiment. NEF. Pte. Brown was born in Ahmednagar, India enlisted in Winchester, UK, and was killed in action 8/5/1915 at the second Battle of Ypres. This battle is the first recorded use of poison gas on the Western Front, and over 300 men were killed in the last German assault on Frezenberg, He is buried ay Ypres Menin Gate Memorial, Panel 12, the fourth awarded to Capt. J.M.Fonseca R.A.M.C, First Welsh Field Ambulance, 53rd Welsh Division, served in Gallipoli 1914. NEF. The 53rd Welsh Division landed at Sulva Bay 8/8/1915, with only three officers, and after 4 months became part of the Suez Canal Defence Force. £150 £200
138 World War I Medals (7) awarded respectively to Frank Theaker, Master of the S.S.Flowergate, He died in the British Hospital , Buenos Aires 25/1/1926 GVF, to Driver M.Russell, 1st Regiment South African Field Artillery, NEF. Driver Russell was born in Scotland, enlisted in Johannesburg, South Africa 28/5/1917 and died in Egypt 17/12/1918. He is buried at Kantara War Cemetery E.335, John Duncan, Second Engineer on S.S.Crispin, S.S.Crispin was torpedoed 14 miles south of Hook Point, County Wexford on 29/3/1917, when Second Engineer Duncan was killed along with four others in the Engine Room. He is buried at Tower Hill Memorial, to John Duncan, Second Engineer on S.S.Crispin, S.S.Crispin was torpedoed 14 miles south of Hook Point, County Wexford on 29/3/1917, when Second Engineer Duncan was killed along with four others in the Engine Room. He is buried at Tower Hill Memorial, to Joseph H.Cooper, 1st Engineer on S.S.Rosario, VF. S.S.Rosario was torpedoed South West of Ireland 18/8/1917 when 1st Engineer Cooper was drowned, to W-2943 Driver. J.Thomas R.A Royal Field Artillery, 38th Trench Mortar Battery, EF. Died of wounds France 30/3/1918, buried Mervill Communal Cemetery Extension III. C.19, London Gazette entry for Military Medal on 26/5/1917, to 5087 Pte.D.Horn 1st Scots Guards. NEF. Pte. Horn was killed in action in France 25/1/1915 and is buried at Arras Road Cemetery, Roclincourt II. K.12, and 13103 Pte.D.Douglas 2nd Coldstream Guards. NEF. Pte. Douglas was killed in action in France 30/11/1917 and is buried at Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Panel 2 £180 £220
139 World War II a group of five , War Medal, Africa Star, 1939-45 Star, Italy Star, and Africa Service Medal awarded to 8068 Bombr.J.H.Duncan, South African Artillery, EF. Bombr. Duncan enlisted 10/10/1940, was sent to Egypt with Pretoria Regiment in April 1943, to 22nd Field Regiment, May 1943, to Italy in May 1944, and hospitalised, cause unknown, May 1944, and evacuated to South Africa . He was discharged on 2/1/1947., along with World War I to Welsh Regiments (4) 1914-15 Star awarded to 19532 Pte.W.Roberts 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers. EF. Pte.Roberts was killed in action in France 3/9/1916 and is buried at Thiepval Memorial. Pier and Face 4A, World War I Medals (3) the first awarded to 11085 Pte.G.Jones, South Wales Borderers, NEF. Pte.Jones died of wounds in Alexandria, Egypt, 5/7/1915 after evacuation from Gallopoli, and is buried at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetary L.10. the second awarded to 8717 Pte.D.J.Evans, 2nd Welsh Regiment NEF, Pte.Evans was killed in action 4/5/1915 and is buried at Le Toueret Memorial Panels 23 and 24. the third to 9348 Pte.C.Lewis 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers.GVF. He died of heart failure in Calais, France on 9/12/1914, and is buried at Ploegdteert Memorial Panel 5. (All were entitled to the 1914 star and Mons clasp) £125 £175
140 World War II Dunkirk Evacuation group of nine to Craftsman W.A.Bassett, Wiltshire Regiment, 1939/45 Star, Defence and War Medals, Africa Star with 8th Army clasp, France and Germany Star, Dunkirk Medal, Somme 1940 Medal, Veteran's Cross and European Allied Combatant's Medal, NEF to GEF all with certificates, War Pension Papers showing Army Notice of Discharge from Psychoneurosis in March 1946, Soldier's Service and Paybook, and Regular Army Service Book showing enlistment in the Wiltshire Regiment in 1937, BEF in France Sptember 1939 until the Dunkirk Evacuation 31st May 1940, transfer to RAC in 1941, North Africa 1942, transfer to REME until discharge in 1946 £135 £165
141 World War II group of five to Australian Infantryman WX901 Pte.E.Millet 1939-45 Medal, Defence Medal, Australia Service Medal, 1939-45 Star and Africa Star. NEF to EF. Pte. Millet was killed in action at the Battle of Crete (second day) 21/5/1941, Pte.Millet took part in Wavell's first desert campaign in December 1940/Feb 1941,and in the Battle of Bardia before helping to capture Tobruk. He is buried at Suda Bay War Cemetery 5.C.15., World War II, New Zealand Infantry a casualty group of five, comprising 1939/45 Star, Africa Star, 1939/1945 War Medal, New Zealand War Service Medal and New Zealand Memorial Cross, all privately engraved, EF. Awarded to 9179 L/Cpl G.W.Wheeler, killed in action by a stuka raid on the New Zealand Division Greece 27/4/1941 £210 £260
142 World War II group of four to Flight Sergeant Dennis Axtell RCAF 51 and 77 Squadron, comprising Distinguished Flying Medal, 1939-1945 Star, Air Crew Europe Star and 1939-1945 Medal, EF to UNC, Dennis Axtell was killed in action on 26/3/1943 just three days after being put forward for the DFM, when his aircraft was shot down and he and five of his crew were killed. He is buried at the Maucourt French National Cemetery. Comes with photocopies of documents relating to flights and also details of the crew on the final flight £900 £1200
143 World War II Pathfinders Distinguished Flying Cross Group of five to James Eli Foley comprising Distinguished Flying Cross, 1939-1945 Star, Air Crew Europe (France and Germany bar) Star with silver rosette, Defence Medal, British War Medal, EF to UNC, along with Flying Log Book, Sight Log Book, Airman's Pay Book, Officer's Release Book DFC box of issue, and photocopied photos in uniform and other documents. A member of 608 Pathfinder Squadron, James Foley flew 57 Pathfinder Ops and 25 non-Pathfinder Ops. 22 of which were to Berlin, and during a raid on Duisburg his Mosquito was hit by flak, losing one engine and forced to land in Brussels £1000 £1200
144 Misc Accessories including a quantity of Westminster boxes, an aluminium carrying box containing Lindner Trays, with capsules and more Lindner trays, in good used condition (lot, total weight over 20 Kilos) £0 £20
145 Misc Books - Roman Imperial Coinage the complete set of 10 Volumes in 11 parts, by Harold Mattingly, Mattingly and Sutherland, Mattingly, Sutherland and Carson, and J.P.C.Kent respectively, note that Volume II is now out of print, in excellent second-hand condition, containing thousands of pages of invaluable information about the series, along with Trade Tokens issued in the 17th Century (all 3 volumes) by George C. Williamson in good second-hand condition, the dust jackets creased (total; weight over 21 Kilos) £0 £750
146 Misc Books a large and wide ranging selection (62) includes many useful titles, particularly in Hammered and Ancient Coins: Celtic Coinage of Britain by R.D. Van Arsdell, The History And Coinage of The Roman Imperators 49-27BC by David.R.Sear, The John Brooker Collection - Coins of Charles I by J.J.North and P.J.Preston-Morley, The Herbert Schneider Collection of English Gold Coins Volumes I and II, Roman Coins and Their Values Volumes I, II, III and IV by David Sear, Roman Silver Coins Volumes I, II, III, IV and V by Seaby, Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Volumes I, II and III by D.M.Metcalf, Greek Imperial Coins and Their Values by David R.Sear, Byzantine Coins and Their Values by David R.Sear, Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles (13 Volumes) includes Anglo-Saxon Pennies by J.D.A.Thompson, Anglo-Saxon Pennies Aethelred II by Georg Galster, University Collection, Reading - Anglo Saxon and Norman Coins/ Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm Anglo-Norman Pennies, Bristol and Gloucester Museums - Ancient British Coins and Coins of Bristol and Gloucestershire Mints , R.P.Mack Collection Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins, by R.P.Mack, Museums in East Anglia - The Morley St. Peter Hoard, Anglo-Saxon - Angevin coins and later Norwich Coins, by T.H.McK.Clough, American Collections - Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins by Jeremiah D.Brady, Polish Museums - Anglo-Saxon and later medieval British Coins, by Andrzej Mokolajczyk, The Norweb Collection - Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750 Part II Dorset, Durham, Essex and Gloucestershire by R.H. THompson, Royal Coin Cabinet Stockholm, Part IV, Anglo-Saxon Coins Harold I and Harthacnut 1035-10452 by T.Talvio, The Norweb Collection - Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750 Part III Hampshire to Lincolnshire, by R.H.Thompson and M.J.Dickinson, The Norweb Collection - Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750 Part IV Norfolk to Somerset, by R.H.Thompson and M.J.Dickinson, The J.P.Mass Collection of English Short Cross Coins 1180-1247 by Jeffrey P.Mass, along with a host of other useful titles (total lot consists of 62 books), Room Buyers only, to be removed from the room on the day of the sale £0 £100
147 Misc Brass weighing scale with a set of 7 weights, in case, along with postcards (58) , mostly black and white with a few colour and a few sepia toned, mostly European subjects, in mixed condition £50 £75
148 Misc Cabinet with 5 drawers with apertures for holding 64mm diameter pieces (35) in excellent second-hand condition £0 £20
149 Misc Cabinet with 6 display trays, 445mm x 295mm x 235mm, the trays with 10 spaces for 50mm coins or medals, the sixth tray for storage, in good second-hand condition £40 £60
150 Misc Cabinet, Large professionally made double columned 60 tray coin cabinet with felt lined slots good second hand. These large cabinets seldom offered and very difficult to obtain. (Will be on display at the auction rooms in Bracknell not in our New Ash Green offices, and will need to be removed by the buyer from Bracknell) £200 £600
151 Misc Cabinet, professionally made, by Peter Nichols of St. Leonards, 14 trays with all felts 250mm x 200mm x 190mm lockable, all trays to take Halfcrown-sized coins, in very good second-hand condition £20 £50
152 Misc Cap Badges, Badges (99) includes two masonic medals enamelled and in silver and a Civil Nursing Reserve badge in silver £30 £50
153 Misc Coin Dies (8) previously used to make trade badges, a mix of designs 25mm to 35mm with oval and square types £0 £50
154 Misc Coin Weights from an old overseas collection, James I and Charles I (11) include Unite, Angel and Crown types, one on a square flan (Klippe-style) in mixed grades NVF to EF, a pleasing group £175 £225
155 Misc Countermarked Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 ESC 681A countermark appears to be a crown over lettering or numbers, countermark and host coin both Fair, unusual £100 £120
156 Misc Engraved Crowns (2) 1819 LX engraved AD Jan 1st 1820 in the obverse field, GVF, and 1819 LIX engraved MD Jan 1st 1820 in the obverse field, NEF, both in similar styles £125 £325
157 Misc Engraved Penny 1862 the edge engraved 'HARRY GARTH JANUARY 5th 1863 HAPPY NEW YEAR OR ANY OTHER MAN GF/NVF £25 £75
158 Misc Fantasy Sovereign 1977 5.16 grammes of 9 carat gold, UNC, Fantasy Half Sovereign 2.58 grammes of 9 carat gold UNC £200 £250
159 Misc Germany 1895 80th Birthday of Otto Von Bismarck in silver 38mm diameter by Oertel EF £100 £150
160 Misc Great Seals of the Realm (2 sets) the first 'Nineteenth Century', an impressive five piece collection of medallic 5 ounce pure silver issues depicting the Royal seals of George III (2), George IV, William IV and Victoria superb engraving well presented with detailed historical documentation UNC and in the wooden impressive case as issued by The Royal Mint, issue number 331 of 1,000 limit. The second, Great Seals of the Realm, Twentieth Century, an impressive six piece collection of medallic 5 ounce pure silver issues depicting the Royal seals of Victoria, Edward VII, George V (2), George VI and Elizabeth II superb engraving well presented with detailed historical documentation Unc and cased as issued by The Royal Mint. issue number 199 of 1,000 limit £500 £700
161 Misc Masonic mostly Stewards medals 1920s to 1970s (21) , many by Toye, Kenning and Spencer one in .625 gold the others in silver, enamelled, three in soft cases £500 £1000
162 Misc Medallic First Day Covers (9) Great Britons (4) Crown-sized medals in silver in the sleeves UNC in the blue album of issue, The Partners in Space Commemorative 1975 Apollo - Soyuz Silver Crown-sized medal and stamps, EEC Medallic Cover 1973 Medal and stamps, County Cricket Centenary 1973 Crown-sized and in silver, with stamps, Test Cricket Centenary 1977 Crown-sized and in silver, with stamps, Royal Wedding 1973 Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips Silver Crown-sized medal and stamps, USA Bicentenary 1976 32mm diameter in silver, with stamps, The Turner Bicentenary 1975 Silver Crown-sized medal with stamps, The Railway Sesquicentennial Medallic First Day Cover Crown-sized silver medal with stamps, all UNC as issued some prooflike, Medal John F.Kennedy undated, Crown sized, UNC in box, Crowns 1977 (4) UNC, along with Papua New Guinea Numismatic Covers 1975 10 Kina to 1 Toea all Proof coins the 10 Kina and 5 Kina in silver FDC on the covers of issue with stamps in the album of issue, also World Wildlife First Day Covers (144) in an album from a wide range of countries, by John Pinches Ltd. (1976-1980) UNC in the album of issue £90 £150
163 Misc Millionaires Collection Fantasy Edward III Double Leopard 4.17 grammes of 22 carat gold, by London Mint Office, Lustrous UNC, uncased £110 £140
164 Misc Mint Error - Mis Strike Halfpenny George III Contemporary Counterfeit 1775 a spectacular double striking with each striking 15mm apart, Fair and seldom seen with this degree of double striking £25 £50
165 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike British West Africa Threepence 1938H struck off-centre with a raised lip of around 2mm between 12 and 6 o'clock GEF with a few small ton spots £25 £50
166 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny 1694 an additional N in BRITANNNIA (3 Ns) and the King's name having and additional MVS at the end, VG unusual £25 £75
167 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny George I 1718 Good Fine/Fine struck about 5% off-centre with around 2mm blank flan between 12 o'clock and 6 o'clock £60 £80
168 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny George III 1775 a double striking with each strike around 8mm apart, with two dates visible of the reverse VG/Fine and unusual £50 £75
169 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike Halfpenny George III Contemporary Counterfeit 1775 Reverse Brockage Near Fine, unusual £80 £100
170 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike India Rupee 1903 Bombay Mint, B incuse KM#508 struck off-centre the reverse with a raised lip between 9 o'clock and 1 o'clock, with a plain edge, GEF and lustrous with a thin scratch on the obverse £100 £150
171 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike India Rupee Victoria Gothic head, Obverse brockage VF, along with South Africa Halfcrown 1896 the obverse has Kruger with hat and pipe Fine £25 £75
172 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike Penny 1874 Reverse Brockage, around Fine, very unusual to see reverse brockages in the Victorian series £25 £75
173 Misc Mint Error - Mis-Strike Sovereign 1898 NVF/GVF with part of the word FID and part of the edge of an additional coin visible on Victoria's face, very unusual to see mis-strikes on any of the gold series £300 £400
174 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (10) USA (2) Five Cents 1883 with IN GOD WE TRUST and FIVE CENTS weak or partially missing About UNC, Dime 1862S with die axis misaligned by around 45 degrees VG, GB (8) Halfpenny 1730 struck on a large, spread flan (very similar in appearance to the 1732 example in Peck plate 14, no. 844, but dated 1730) Fine with attempted holing, GB Penny 1962 on a thin flan and weighing 5.89 grammes VF, Small Planchet clips (5) Decimal Ten Pence 1969 NEF and Sixpences (4) 1961, 1967 (3) VF to EF, and Decimal Halfpenny Obverse struck normally, the reverse almost blank with a trace of reversed Queen's portrait, slightly off-centre with raised lip, along with Australia Penny 1964 with edge damage this possibly after minting VF £95 £125
175 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) India 2 Rupees 2003 struck off-centre with a raised lip around about a third of the coin NEF, Nigeria Shilling 1959 KM#5 struck without a collar, on a larger 24mm diameter flan, interestingly the coin still has the security edge, EF/AU £65 £85
176 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Shilling 1723 SSC VG/Fine with an additional part of a second coin struck between 1 and 2 o'clock on the obverse, Shilling 1842 VG toned with an additional part of a second coin between 8 and 9 o'clock, this unclear £25 £75
177 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (5) Decimal issues - Fifty Pence 1998 with a planchet clip across the first angle EF, Decimal Twenty Pences (2) 1999 on a small 17mm diameter flan, struck off-centre, 1999 GEF with two planchet clips, Five Pence Small size undated, the coin with a ragged cut thus missing around 2/3 of the coin including the date area EF, Two Pence 1971 GVF with a planchet clip £25 £75
178 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Decimal One Penny with copper plating missing (removed?) Fine, Decimal One Pound struck on a One Penny planchet, mostly worn, Poor, Penny 1879 with the E of ONE worn (removed?) VG, Penny 1889 on a smaller sized flan (machined?) along with a normal example for comparison Poor and VG, One Cent Canada 1943 appears coated or dipped with the weight the same as a standard coin, Fine £50 £75
179 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes USA (22) Planchet clips, broadstrikes and off-centres Half Dollar 1966 Planchet clip GEF, Quarter Dollar 1956 planchet clip A/UNC, Dimes (7) 1953 Planchet clip, lustrous UNC, 1954 rim flattened in minting, UNC, 1959 Planchet clip UNC, 1962D Planchet clip UNC, 1965 Double planchet clip EF, 1994D Double planchet clip, 2004P Broadstrike, One Cent (13) 1946S Planchet clip UNC, 1953S Planchet clip UNC, 1958 Planchet clip UNC, 1958 Planchet clip VF, 1970S Planchet clip UNC, 1974 Planchet clip A/UNC, 1983 Off-centre UNC, 1983 Double planchet clip A/UNC, 1988 off-centre with around 4mm blank flan A/UNC, 1999 off-centre EF, 2000 broadstrike errors (2) both UNC, 2001 Broadstrike error UNC, the vast majority with lustre £50 £100
180 Misc Mint Errors - Mis-trikes and Paranumismatic (12) includes off-centre, thin flans and planchet clips, in mixed grades £25 £75
181 Misc Mint Errors- Mis-Strikes (2) Brass Threepence George VI largely without legend or date only faint traces remain in parts, the fields with some thin scratches, United Kingdom One Euro 1992 Britannia double struck with each striking bold and clear around 11mm apart Lustrous UNC £40 £60
182 Misc Model Pennies - Joseph Moore Bimetallic types (31) in mixed grades to NEF £25 £50
183 Misc One Pound Royal Mint Trial piece 2015 in a PCGS holder and graded SP63 (Specimen) £110 £140
184 Misc Paranumismatic including Coin Weights some 18th century, Medals, and Toy Money (lot) £50 £100
185 Misc Proof Set boxes for 1937 Gold sets (4) in good second-hand condition £60 £80
186 Misc Silver chain with attached Hawaii (3) Half Dollar 1883 Breen 8034 NVF, Quarter Dollar 1883 Breen 8033 NVF and One Dime 1883 Fine all edge mounted, total weight 24.81 grammes £60 £80
187 Misc Six New Pence 2017 UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate as part of a group of Accessories includes 4 Lindner trays, a Spink 2014 catalogue, magnifier, and more, in mixed condition £10 £30
188 Misc The British Horse Society Silver Sculpture 'Playing Up' a limited edition cast in .925 sterling silver, issued by John Pinches in 1975, in excellent condition, in the box of issue with certificates £160 £220
189 Misc The Empire Collection of (25) silver stamp replicas gold plated .925 silver cased as issued with certificate £100 £150
190 Misc The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Spoon Collection a 12-piece set in sterling silver by John Pinches, the spoon respectively showing the Kestrel, Great Crested Grebe, Robin, Kingfisher, Dartford Warbler, Heron, Puffin, Nuthatch, Herring Gull, Curlew, Avocet and Long-eared Owl each spoon with a different bird in a gilt oval in the handle, in the box of issue with certificates £90 £120
191 Misc Tokens, Machine Tokens, and Paranumismatic items, a mixed group, in mixed grades (small lot) £100 £150
192 Misc Tokens, Medals, medalets and Paranumismatic items, 18th to 20th Century (164) includes Army Temperance Medals in silver (3) c.1897-1901, in mixed grades, Kent Messenger Calendar Medal 1959, George V Silver Jubilee 1935 32mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue EF a varied group, along with Engraved small silver (14), counter stamped coppers (2) and Engraved Halfpenny 1774 'John Rotherham/ Sign Painter in Derby 1774/ John Blease/ To F M U / Tobacconist, Liverpool, also Halfpennies Contemporary counterfeits and evasions (23) George II and George III types, in mixed circulated grades £180 £220
193 Misc Toy Money (42) Crowns to Fractional Farthings a varied selection, includes examples by Moore and Lauer, in mixed grades, along with Gaming tokens Spade Guinea types Guineas (2), Half Guineas (10) in mixed grades £40 £60
194 Misc Victoria Jubilee Head cliché Crown-sized obverse, uniface, Fine £25 £50
195 Misc Watches - Pocket Watches (32) in base metal various manufacturers and designs, National Service Medal by Award Productions LTD Shrewsbury, a bag of cufflinks in base metal, a collection of eight wrist watches and a few items of jewellery £50 £150
196 Misc Weights (17) GB issues back to James I, along with some European types, in mixed grades mostly VG to Fine £25 £75
197 Ancient Ancient Greece - Macedonia Tetradrachm Philip II (359-336BC) Obverse Head of Zeus right, Reverse Jockey on horseback, right, thunderbolt below horse, 14.14 grammes, VF £100 £300
198 Ancient Ancient Greece - Pamphylia Silver Stater Obverse: Two Wrestlers grappling, Reverse: Slinger standing right, Triskeles right, within square dotted border. 10.73 grammes About VF £270 £320
199 Ancient Ancient Greece, Ar Tetradrachm, Alexander the Great, Amphipolis Mint Struck 320-317BC, Obverse: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress, Reverse: BAΣIΛEΩΣ AΛEEANΔPOY to left and right of Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, upright laurel branch in field, П beneath chair, 16.99 grammes, Price 124, Good Fine £100 £120
200 Ancient Ancient Greece, Ar Tetradrachm, Thasos, Thrace, After 148 BC. Obverse: Head of young Dionysus right, wreathed with ivy HΡAKΛEOYΣ ΣΩTH ΡOΣ ΘAΣIΩN to left, right and beneath, Reverse: Herakles standing facing, naked, head left, holding club and lion skin. MH monogram to left. 12.33 grammes, BMC 74, Good Fine with some scratches behind the bust £100 £120
201 Ancient Ancient Greece, Rhodes, Ar Drachm, C.205-200 BC, Cretan War issue, Cretan or Rhodian Mint, Ainetor, magistrate, Obverse: Head of Helios facing slightly left AINHTΩP above, R-O to right and left of rose, bud to right, caduceus to left. 2.34 grammes, BMC 155, Good Fine/Fine £80 £100
202 Ancient Ancients (21) Antoninianus (9) of Gordian III, Probus, Gallienus and Trajan Decius and others, the remainder mostly bronze issues in mixed grades many Fine to GVF £70 £110
203 Ancient Ancients (286) a wide variety, mostly bronzes with a few in silver, in mixed grades, some VF £250 £350
204 Ancient Ancients (3) Celtic Bronze Unit Cunobelin S.350 Fine with green patina, Radiate AE3 Constantine II Reverse Globe on Altar Good Fine, along with a Saxon copy of a Roman Bronze, Sceat type £25 £50
205 Ancient Antioch VIII Grypos Ar Tetradrachm, Seleukid Kingdom, 121-96BC, Obverse: Diademed Head of Antiochus VIII right BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY EПIфANOYΣ to right and left of Zeus Ouranios, naked, standing left holding star and sceptre, Crescent above head, IE over A in left field, AP in exergue, Babylon 1417var (Letter in exergue) Good Fine/Fine with pitted surfaces £100 £120
206 Ancient Byzantine Follis (200) in mixed grades, most with a green patina £500 £1000
207 Ancient Celtic Gold Stater Atrebates and Regni, Tincomarus or Tincommius Late 1st Century BC - Early 1st Century AD, Obverse COM F on inset tablet, Reverse Horseman with javelin, 5.25 grammes, S.76, Van Arsdell 385, Fine with some stress cracks to the edge £500 £600
208 Ancient Celtic Trinovantes & Catuvellauni c.40-30BC Gold Quarter Stater Obverse:- Cross-shaped floral design with pellet-in annulet centre, Reverse:- Celticized Horse right, annulet below tail, with ornaments around/ S.43, Van Arsdell 234, 1.35 grammes, NVF £180 £280
209 Ancient Denarius (4) Trajan (98-117AD) Reverse Victory standing left Good Fine/Fine with some flan cracks: Septimus Severus (193-211AD) Reverse: Emperor standing left, sacrificing over tripod altar VF/About VF. Elagabus (218-222AD) Providence standing left, holding a rod and cornucopia, leaning on a column NEF with a few small flan cracks. Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Reverse: Mars standing left hold olive branch and spear, Near EF with an edge crack at 9 o'clock £120 £160
210 Ancient Denarius Octavian 29-27 BC. Italy, uncertain mint, 3.61g. Laureate bust of Octavian right, as Jupiter Terminus; thunderbolt behind / Octavian seated togate left on curule chair, holding Victory, RIC 270 Fine £30 £60
211 Ancient Fourrée Denarius Claudius, imitative type. AD 41-54. (2.67g). Roman-British imitation. Copying a Rome mint issue of AD 46-47. TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI, laureate head right / SPQR/ P. P/ OB CS in three lines within wreath. North Suffolk 20-32 (dies C/3); cf. RIC I 41; cf. von Kaenel type 26; cf. RSC 87. EF, lightly toned, the plating almost completely intact. An exceptional example £500 £600
212 Ancient Greek Imperial small bronze from a hoard, Elmais - Phraates Drachm mid 2nd Century (450) in mixed grades £500 £1000
213 Ancient Macedonia under Roman Rule - Tetradrachm 93-92BC 17.2 grammes Obverse: Head pf Alexander the Great right, Reverse AESILLAS money chest, club and chair GVF with some small flan cracks £100 £300
214 Ancient Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt early silver units 15 mm diameter Fine - VF (120) £250 £400
215 Ancient Ptolemaeus III Euergetes I 247-222BC BMC61 Reverse City, wearing Modius, holding dress, on prow VF £40 £60
216 Ancient Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt (4) AE31, AE27, AE24 and AE17 VG to Fine £50 £75
217 Ancient Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Gold Triobol Ptolemy I (305BC) BMC19 Fine with some surface marks £175 £225
218 Ancient Roman (2) AE4 Hanniballianus (336-3387AD) Obverse Bust right, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed FL HANNIBALLIANVS REGI, Reverse: River God Euphrates sitting right, leaning with right arm on sceptre, left hand pouring water from a vase, reed in background, mintmark CONSS, 1.37 grammes, Cohen 2, Fine with green patina, Antoninianus Marius 269AD, Radiate Cuirassed bust right, Reverse: Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm, 2.81 grammes, RIC 18 £160 £200
219 Ancient Roman (2) Ar Siliqua Honorius, Aquileia (407-408AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, cuirassed and pearl diademed DN HONORI VS PF AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory (with wreath and palm branch held forwards) on globe and inverted spear with a neat point VIRTVS RO-MANORVM, mintmark AQPS, RIC X 1242 NVF/GF, AE3 Vetranio Thessalonica (350 AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, cuirassed and pearl-diademed DN VETRANIO PF AVG, Reverse: Vetranio standing front, looking left, holding labarum in each hand, Star above head, A-B across fields, mintmark dot TSA dot CONCORDIA MILITVM,5.29 grammes, RIC VIII Fine with some pitting, on a slightly uneven flan £120 £150
220 Ancient Roman (3) Ar Denarius (2) Caracalla (209 AD) Obverse: Laureate Head right ANTONINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Concordia seated left holding patera and double cornucopiae PONTIF TR P XII COS III, 3.29 grammes, RIC 111 GVF with some edge cracks, Caracalla (212 AD) Laureate Head right ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT, Reverse: Serapis standing facing, head left, raising right hand and holding transverse sceptre, 3.13 grammes, RIC 193/194 VF/NVF with some flan cracks, Sestertius Otacilia Severa, wife of Philip I, Obverse: Diademed and draped bust right MARCIA OTACIL SEVERA AVG, Reverse: Pietas standing, holding corn ears, 21.64 grammes, RIC 208a, some surface residue, Good Fine £100 £120
221 Ancient Roman AE1 Julian II (360-363AD) Obverse: Pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right D N FL CL IVLI ANVS P F AVG, Reverse: Bull with head facing, standing right, above: two stars SECVRITAS REI PVB, mintmark in Exergue: SMHA (Heraclea) Scarce VF £75 £125
222 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (2) Nero (54-68AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate [NER]O CAESAR AVG [USTVS] Salus seated left holding patera, SALVS below, 3.13 grammes, RIC 60 Near Fine/VG, Ar Denarius Geta as Caesar (209-212AD) Obverse: Draped bust right P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Securitas seated left, holding globe, SECVRIT IMPERII, RIC 20a. 3.51 grammes, GVF with some edge cracks £100 £120
223 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (2) Nerva, Obverse: Laureate head right IMP NERVA CAES AVG AVG P M TR P COS II P P, Reverse: Fortuna seated left with rudder and cornucopia, 3.31 grammes, RIC 4, RSC 59 Fine, Nerva, Obverse: Laureate head right, IMP NERVA CAES AVG GERM P M TR P II, Reverse: Libertas standing left, holding pileus and sceptre, 3.35 grammes, RIC 43, VG/Near Fine £50 £100
224 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (2) Titus (79-81AD) Obverse: Bust right, T CAESAR IMP VESPASIANVS, Reverse: Eagle on cippus with head facing left, RIC 872(vesp), 2.97 grammes NVF with two small edge cracks, Trajan (98-117AD) obverse: Laureate Bust right, slight drapery on left shoulder, IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP, Reverse: Trophy with one round shield and two hexagonal shields, at the base, two javelins and two shields COS V PP SPQR OPTIMO PRINC, RIC 147b. 3.22 grammes NVF/VF with pleasing tone £100 £120
225 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (3) Geta (200-202AD) Obverse: Draped bust right P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Geta in Military dress, standing left with baton and sceptre, trophy behind, PRINC IVVENTVTIS, RSC 157, RIC 18, 3.08 grammes, NVF, Geta, Rome, 202AD Obverse Draped bust right, GETA CAES PONTIF, Reverse: Minerva helmeted, standing left, holding hand on shield and spear, 3.68 grammes, RSC 79, RIC 25 Good Fine with small edge cracks, Geta (200-202AD) as Caesar Obverse Draped Bust right, P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse Nobilitas standing right holding sceptre and palladium, NOBILITAS 2.85 grammes, RIC13a GVF/VF with some edge cracks £120 £150
226 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (3) Julia Maesa (218-222AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, IVLIA MAESA AVG, Reverse Fecunditas standing left extends a hand over a child, and holds a cornucopia, RSC 8, RIC 249, 2.54 grammes NEF, Julia Maesa (218-222AD) Obverse: Bust right, diademed and draped bust right IVLIA MAESA AVG, Reverse: Felicitas standing left by altar, holding patera and caduceus, star in left field, SAECVLI FELICITAS, RSC 45b, RIC 272, weight 2.54 grammes, NVF, Julia Maesa (218-222AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped IVLIA MAESA AVG, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left, raising veil and holding sceptre RIC 268, RSC 36, weight 2.91 grammes, NEF with an edge crack at 12 o'clock £100 £120
227 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (3) Julia Soaemias (220-222AD) Obverse: Draped bust, right, IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Reverse: Venus standing half-left, holding apple and sceptre, star in left field, VENVS CAELESTIS, 1.82 grammes, RIC 241, GVF with an edge crack, Julia Soaemias (220-222AD) Obverse: Draped bust, right IVLIA SOAMIAS AVG, Reverse: Venus seated left, holding sceptre, extending her hand to Cupid standing before her, RIC 243, weight 2.40 grammes, VG, Julioa Soaemias (220-222AD) Obverse: Draped bust, right, IVLIA SOAEMIAAS AVG Draped Bust, right, Reverse: Venus standing half-right, holding apple and sceptre, star in right field, RSC8, weight 3.84 grammes, NVF with a flan flaw on the edge at 6 o'clock £100 £120
228 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (3) Septimus Severus 205AD Obverse: Laureate Head right, SEVERVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Roma standing left holding Victory and Spear, P M TR P XII COS III P P RSC 470, RIC 197, weight 3.45 grammes, VF toned with some small edge cracks, Septimus Severus 211AD Obverse: Laureate Head right SEVERVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Trophy between two captives, with their hands supporting their heads, weight 3.29 grammes, RSC 370, RIC 176, Septimus Severus (193-211AD) Obverse: Laureate Bust right, SEVERVS AVG PART MAX, Reverse: Severus, veiled, standing left with branch and book, FVNDATOR PACIS, weight 3.12 grammes, RSC 203, EIC 160 Good Fine £100 £120
229 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (3) Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse: Laureate head right, draped on left shoulder, IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P, Reverse: Victory standing left holding wreath and palm, COS V P P S P Q R OPTIMO PRINC, 2.78 grammes, RIC 128 NVF, Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse: Laureate Head right IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TR P, Reverse: Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopiae, 3.06 grammes, RIC 121, Fine, Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse: Laureate Bust right, with draped far shoulder, IMP TRAIANVS AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS VI P P, Reverse: Trajan's father seated left with patera and sceptre, 3.14 grammes, RIC 252, Good Fine with an edge nick £120 £150
230 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (3) Vespasian 76AD, uncertain Asia minor mint, Obverse: Laureate Head right, IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, Reverse: Eagle standing on garlanded altar, facing right, COS [VII?] 2.84 grammes, About Fine, weak lettering in parts where sometime lightly tooled, Vespasian, 72-73AD Antioch Mint, Obverse: Laureate Head right [IMP CAE]S VESP AVG P M COS IIII, Reverse: Concordia seated left holding patera and cornucopiae, 2.7 grammes, RSC 474, RPC 1927, RIC 1554 Fine, Vespasian 71AD Obverse Laureate Head, right, IMP CAES [VESP AVG P ]M COS IIII, Reverse: Sacrificial implements ladle, whip, jug and lituus, 3.46 grammes, RSC 42, RIC 42, Fine £125 £175
231 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (4) Domitian 94AD Obverse: Laureate Head right IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P XIIII, Reverse Minerva walking right brandishing a spear and holding a shield, 3.16 grammes, RIC 766, VF with pleasing tone, Domitian 81AD Obverse: Laureate haead right (Anti-clockwise legend from lower right) IMP CAES DOMITIANVS AVG PONT, Reverse: Minerva walking right, brandishing spear with shield on left arm TR P COS VII DES VIII PP, 3.40 grammes, RIC 56, VF with small spots, Domitian 88AD, Obverse: Laureate Head right, IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TR P VII, Reverse Minerva standing left holding thunderbolt and spear with shield at her left side, 3.26 grammes, RIC 593 NVF, Domitian Laureate Head right CAESAR DIVI F DOMITIANVS COS VII, Reverse: Lighted and garlanded altar PRINCEPS IVVENTVTIS RSC 397a, 3.11 grammes, Fine £140 £180
232 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (4) Julia Domna (207-209AD) Obverse: Draped bust right, IVLIA AVGVSTA AVG, Reverse Pudicitia seated left, facing left, holds right breast, raising drapery from shoulder, PVDICITIA, RSC 168, weight 2.29 grammes, VF with a flan crack at 3 o'clock on the reverse: Julia Domna (207-209AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right, IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Hilaritas standing left with palm and cornucopiae, with children to either side of her, HILARITAS, weight 3.48 grammes, RIC 557, VF toned: Julia Domna (207-209AD) Laodicea ad Mare, Syria, Draped Bust right, Obverse: IVLIA AVGVUSTA, Reverse Pietas standing front, head left, raising hands in prayer over lighted altar, weight 3.33 grammes, RIC 643, Bright Good Fine: Julia Domna (207-209AD) Obverse: Head right, bare, bust draped, IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Fortuna standing left, holding cornucopiae and leaning on reversed rudder FORTVNA FELICI, weight 2.57 grammes, RIC 552, VF/NVF with some thin cracks £120 £150
233 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (4) Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Obverse: Bust right Laureate and draped, IMP C M AVR ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Alexander standing left, sacrificing out of patera, P M TR P VI COS II P P, 3.02 grammes, RIC 70, NVF: Severus Alexander 229AD, Obverse: Laureate Head right, IMP SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Mars walking left, holding branch, spear and sword, P M TR P COS III P P, 2.94 grammes, RIC 92, VF/GVF the Mars reverse particularly pleasing with superb detail: Severus Alexander (233-235AD) Obverse: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust, right, Reverse: Liberalitas standing left with abacus and cornucopiae, 3.25 grammes, RIC 148, NVF: Severus Alexander 232AD. Obverse: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right IMP ALEXANDER PIVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing front, head right, naked but for cloak flying out to left, preparing to hurl thunderbolt, 3.59 grammes, RIC 235 NVF £120 £150
234 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius (4) Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG Reverse: Mars standing left with reversed spear P M TR P COS PP, 3.09 grammes, RIC 7 NEF/GVF with a flan flaw on the obverse: Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Obverse: Laureate Head right IMP SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Mars walking right, holding transverse spear and trophy over shoulder, 2.99 grammes, RIC 82, NEF and attractively toned. Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Obverse: Layreate, draped and cuirassed bust right, IMP C M ANR SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Providentia standing left holding sceptre, and baton over globe at feet, PROVIDENTIA, 2.87 grammes, RIC 174, VF with a thin edge crack at 12 o'clock. Severus Alexander (222-235AD) Obverse: Bust draped, right IMP ALEXANDER PIVS AVG, Reverse: Fortuna standing left with rudder and cornucopia, FORTUNAE REDVCI 3.19 grammes, VF £80 £100
235 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Augustus, Lyons Mint (2BC-c.13AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER [PATRIAE], Reverse: Gaius and Lucius standing facing, each with a hand resting upon a round shield, below, a spear, and in the field above, a lituus right and simpulum left, in a b9 type formation, AVGVSTI F COS DESIG [PRINC IVVENT], C L CAESARES in exergue below, RSC 43, RIC 207, Fine £110 £140
236 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Augustus, Lyons Mint (2BC-c.13AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE, Reverse: Gaius and Lucius standing facing, each with a hand resting upon a round shield, below, a spear, and in the field above, a lituus right and simpulum left, in a b9 type formation, AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT, C L CAESARES in exergue below,RSC 43, RIC 207, Good Fine/NVF with a thin surface crack at 10 o'clock £160 £200
237 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Augustus. Lyons Mint, 2BC-13AD Obverse Laureate Head right, CAESAR AVGUSTVS DIVI F PATER RATRIAE, Reverse AVGUSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVV [ENT], [C L] CAESARES below, Gaius and Lucius standing front, each with a hand resting on a round shield, & in the field above, a lituus right and simpulum left in b9-like formation, RIC 207, 3.67 grammes, Fine £100 £150
238 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Galba c.69AD Obverse Bare Head right IMP SER GALBA AVG, Reverse SPQR OB CS in three lines within oak wreath RSC 287, 3.25 grammes, Fine/Good Fine with some scratches below the bust £400 £500
239 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Julius Caesar 47-46BC, mint in North Africa, Obverse: Diademed head of Venus, right, no legend, Reverse: Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and the Palladium, CAESAR, Sear 1402, RSC 12, Syd 1013, Fine or slightly better £250 £300
240 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Mark Antony, Athens Mint, 38-37BC. Obverse: Mark Antony standing right, dressed as a priest [M ANTONIVS M F] N AVGVR IM TER, veiled wearing a toga and holding a lituus, Reverse: Radiate Head of Sol right III VIR R P C COS DESIG ITER [ET TERT] Sear 1474, Syd 1199 Fine, the reverse with some scratches £150 £175
241 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Nero. c.60AD Obverse Bare head right NERO CAESAR AVG IMP, Reverse: VIRTUS standing left, foot on pile of arms, holding parazonium and spear, RSC 220, 3.49 grammes, Fine £280 £320
242 Ancient Roman Ar Denarius Octavia (36BC) Obverse: Bare head right IMP CAESAR DIVI [F III VIR I] TER R P C, Reverse: Priestly implements: simpulum, sprinkler, jug and lituus, [COS ITER] ET TER DESIG 3.71 grammes, Near Fine with some weaker areas £200 £250
243 Ancient Roman Ar Quinarius Antoninus Pius 138-161AD Obverse Bust right Laureate, Reverse Winged figure standing, No legend, 12.86 grammes, Fine £125 £175
244 Ancient Roman Ar Siliqua Eugenius (392-394AD) Trier Mint. Obverse: Bust right, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed D N EVGENIVS PF AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe in right hand, reversed spear in left hand, mintmark TRPS in exergue, 1.52 grammes, RIC IX 106d, About VF with an edge chip at 9 o'clock and a flan flaw at the top of the obverse £500 £600
245 Ancient Roman Ar Siliqua Julian II Obverse: Bust right, rosette-diademed, draped and cuirassed FL CL IVLIANVS P P ANG, Reverse: VOTIS V MVLTIS X in 4 lines within wreath, mintmark LVG below RSC 163c Good Fine £25 £50
246 Ancient Roman Denarii (3) Fabius Labeo 124BC Obverse: Bust right with X below chin, Reverse: Jupiter in Quadriga right, Q.FABI in exergue below, 3.73 grammes Fine, Cornelius Lentulus (88BC) Obverse: Helmeted Bust right, no legend, Reverse: Victory in Biga CN.LEN[TVL] in exergue, 3.91 grammes, Fine, Anonymous (209-208BC) Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right with X behind, Reverse: The Dioscuri riding right, ROMA below in exergue, 4.17 grammes Fine £70 £120
247 Ancient Roman Sestertius, Faustina I Obverse Bust right DIVA FAVSTINA RIA Reverse legend unclear Fine/Fair with some verdigris £40 £60
248 Ancient Roman Sestertius, Marcus Aurelius (161-180AD) 163AD Obverse: Bust right IMP CAES. M AVREL ANTONINVA AVG P M Reverse: Salus standing left holding sceptre and feeding serpent rising from altar, RIC 843, 27.31 grammes, VF on a large generous flan exceptional eye appeal for a Roman bronze, Rare £1200 £1500
249 Ancient Roman Sestertius, Marcus Aurelius (161-180AD) Rome Mint Obverse Bust Right M AVRELIUS ANTONIVS AVGTRP XXXIII, Reverse:- Aequitas standing holding scales and cornucopia RIC 1232 Fine with green patina £180 £220
250 Ancient Roman Sestertius, Nero 66AD, Lugdunum Obverse Bust left Reverse Victory alighting left with shield inscribed SPQR RIC 352 VF with some pitting and some patina £200 £300
251 Ancient Roman, Gold Solidus, Constantius II (337-361AD) Sirmium Mint Obverse: FL IVL CONSTAN - TIVS P F AP AVG Helmeted and cuirassed facing bust, three quarters right, Reverse: Roma and Constantipolis enthroned, facing, holding shield inscribed VOT XXX MVLT XXX in four lines, in exergue: SIRM, Good Fine with some old scratches in the obverse field £360 £420
252 Ancient Sassanian Half Drachm (12) c.AD600-700 each weighing around 2 grammes generally VF to NEF and pleasing £300 £500
253 Ancient Stater Gallo-Belgic c.150-c.50BC Obverse: Laureate Head left, Reverse: horse left S.2 VG Rare £400 £500
254 Ancient Tetradrachm Ptolemy I, (305BC) Sidon Mint Obverse: head of Zeus right, Reverse: Eagle standing left. Near Fine, and accompanying Ptolemy bronze, Fine £25 £50
255 Ancient Thrace, Odessos, Civic issue, 280-200BC Ar Tetradrachm, 16.78 grammes, in the name and types of Alexander III of Macedon, Obverse: Head of Heracles wearing lion skin, right, Reverse: Zeus seated, left KOI to inner left with monogram below throne £175 £225
256 Ancient Vespasian.C, 69-79 AD. Ar denarius. Rome. Rev; Judaea seated right at base of trophy; IVDAEA in exergue. RIC II 2. Good metal. 3.35g. NVF, Republican Quinarius (2), Imperial Denarius (3) Nerva, Trajan and Commodus, Fair to Good Fine, along with Roman, Byzantine and Ancient, in silver and bronze, in mixed grades Poor to NVF (70, 2 holed) and a Ryal coin weight, includes many detector finds £200 £250
257 Hammered Angel Henry VII S.2187 Large Crook-shaped abbreviation after HENRIC, mintmark Pheon, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 £2500 £3000
258 Hammered Angel Henry VII type III, angel with both feet on dragon S.2183 mintmark Anchor, Fine with some small rim nicks £1100 £1300
259 Hammered Anglo-Saxon, Silver Sceat series F, Helmeted Bust right, Reverse small cross on steps with an arrangement of Annulets, letter T's and letter I's S.781 About VF £50 £100
260 Hammered Crown Charles I Tower Mint under the King, Group II, second horseman, smaller horse, type 2b1, plume on head only, Reverse: No Cross fourchee, Plume between CR above shield, S.2756 mintmark Rose over Plume, About Fine £800 £900
261 Hammered Crown Commonwealth 1653 mintmark Sun S.3212, ESC 6/6A , Bull 6/7, Good with VS worn in the legend so the exact attribution not possible £525 £575
262 Hammered Crown Elizabeth I mintmark 1 (1601) S.2582 VF deep grey even tone a few minor surface and edge imperfections but Queen's attire and Orb very sharp £3000 £4000
263 Hammered Crown of the Double Rose Henry VIII HK crowned in field, S.2273 mintmark Rose, Good Fine £750 £1500
264 Hammered Cut Farthings Edward I, Richard I, John and Henry III types (24) an interesting and large group of classes and types, Near Fine to Near VF, many mints included, Rhuddlan, London, Canterbury, Gloucester, Shrewsbury and Hereford with many examples from the Cooke and T.Everson collections assembled 1991-1997 £150 £200
265 Hammered Double Crown Charles I S2698 mint mark Lis GVF and pleasing £1500 £1800
266 Hammered Elizabeth I (13) Sixpences (11) 1564 4 over 2 mintmark Pheon NVG/Near Fine, 1568 8 over 7 mintmark Coronet, 1569 mintmark Coronet VG, 1570 mintmark Castle/Castle over Coronet, VG/F toned, 1573 mintmark Acorn, About Fine/Fine, 1574 mintmark Eglantine, Near Fine/Fine, 1580 mintmark Latin Cross VG/Near Fine, 1582 mintmark Sword VG/Near Fine, 1585 mintmark Escallop VG/Near Fine, 1587 mintmark Crescent VG/About Fine, and 1590-1592 (date worn) mintmark Hand VG, Threepence 1573 mintmark Ermine, Near Fine, Halfgroat Second Issue mintmark Cross Crosslet, Near Fine, the portrait with some doubling £225 £325
267 Hammered Elizabeth I a small group (8) Threepences (3) 1573 mintmark Acorn, 1574 mintmark Worn, 1582 mintmark Sword, Halfgroats (2) mintmark Escallop and mintmark 2 (1602), Pennies (2) mintmarks Castle, the other with mintmark not visible, Threefarthings 1575 mintmark Eglantine, VG to Fine £200 £250
268 Hammered Elizabeth I Sixpences 1568 and 1572 both about Fine £50 £100
269 Hammered Elizabeth I Threepence 1574 and Sixpence 1578 both Fine or better and with some old scratches £50 £100
270 Hammered GB and Italy Hammered a small group (5) GB (3) Edward I or II these NVG/F and VG/F, Farthing Charles I Richmond counterfeit, About Fine, Italy (2) Denier - Genoa, undated (1139-1339), Obverse CVNRAD, Reverse .IA.NV.A. Gateway, 0.84 grammes VF, Venice denaro undated, Winged Lion of St. Mark reverse, Fine or near so on an irregular flan with some of the legend unclear £100 £120
271 Hammered Groat Edward III Post-Treaty 'Chain Mail' issue, row of pellets across bust S.1638 mintmark Cross Potent, Fine, Rare £1200 £1400
272 Hammered Groat Edward IV Light Coinage, Bristol Mint, B on breast, no marks at neck S.2006 Fine on an irregularly shaped flan, Penny Edward I with error in reverse legend LON TAS LON CIVI Class 3f VF and unusual £75 £125
273 Hammered Groat Henry VI Pinecone-Mascle issue, Calais Mint S.1875 mintmark Cross Patonce NVF/VF £60 £120
274 Hammered Groat Henry VII Profile issue, Regular issue with triple band to crown, S.2258 mintmark Cross Crosslet GF/NVF with some rim nicks £200 £250
275 Hammered Groat Henry VII Profile Issue, Tentative issue, with double band to Crown S.2254 mintmark Cross Crosslet, Fine with a slightly uneven tone £250 £300
276 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Bristol Mint, S.2372 mintmark WS monogram, Fine or better with grey tone, the portrait pleasing, Ex-R.Shuttlewood Collection £125 £225
277 Hammered Groat Henry VIII First Issue, Portrait of Henry VII in profile S.2316 mintmark Portcullis VF with even grey tone £275 £375
278 Hammered Groat Henry VIII First Issue, Portrait of Henry VII in profile, S.2316 mintmark Pheon, Good Fine with a few small scratches on the obverse, the legends bold and clear, overall a pleasing piece £110 £160
279 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Posthumous Issue, Durham House mint, Bust 6, S.2405, mintmark Bow, portrait and shield Fine, the legends with some weakness, our archive database indicates that we have not previously offered this type £125 £225
280 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Posthumous issue, S.2403 Bust 3, Tower Mint, mintmark Lis, Reverse with POSVI legend, and pellet in annulet in fork ends, VF with a nicely defined portrait, and with touches of golden tone, struck on a slightly irregular flan, scarce thus £125 £250
281 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Posthumous Issue, Tower Mint, S.2403, mintmark -/Grapple, two edge cracks at 8 and 9 o'clock, otherwise Good Fine or better, the portrait and shield with good detail £125 £225
282 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage, Laker Bust D with Irish titles S.2338 mintmark Pheon Fine with an edge crack at 5 o'clock extending to the inner circle, Rare, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is the first example we have offered £300 £400
283 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage, Laker Bust D, S over higher S in POSVI, S.2337E, mintmark Rose About VF/VF with a thin scratch on the obverse, Halfgroat Henry VIII Canterbury Mint, Archbishop Warham with WA beside shield S.2343 mintmark 'uncertain mark' NVF £125 £225
284 Hammered Groat Henry VIII Second Coinage, Laker Bust D, S.2337E, mintmark Pheon NEF with grey and gold toning, the obverse with a slight double striking and small edge crack at 8 o'clock, an excellent portrait and a most pleasing example of the type £175 £250
285 Hammered Groat Henry VIII York Mint, Laker Bust D, with TW beside shield, Cardinal's Hat below, S.2339 mintmark Voided Cross, VF with pleasing grey tone, struck slightly off-centre £200 £400
286 Hammered Half Noble Edward III Saltire before EDWARD, London Mint Treaty Period (1361-1369) S.1506 Fine £350 £500
287 Hammered Half Pound Charles I 1642 Shrewsbury Mint, arms below horse, no cannon in arms, no plume in obverse field, S.2924, SCBI Brooker 804, same dies, North 2368, mintmark Plume, Ex-Dr. John Hulett collection, Ex-DNW Auction 12/12/2017 Lot 808, Ex-Seaby 1980, Good Fine the reverse slightly better, a small edge crack at 9 o'clock barely detracts £2500 £3500
288 Hammered Half Ryal Edward IV Light coinage (1464-1470) S.1959 mintmark Rose, weight 3.81 grammes VF with good detail in the main body of the design legends weak in places and struck a little off centre £1200 £1600
289 Hammered Half Sovereign Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, youthful portrait with sceptre, S.2391 mintmark Lis, 5.32 grammes, Fine or slightly better, lightly creased with a small edge crack £1500 £2000
290 Hammered Half Sovereign Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, youthful portrait with sceptre, S.2391 mintmark Lis/Arrow 5.38 grammes, approaching Fine with dull surfaces £1400 £1600
291 Hammered Halfcrown Charles I Group 2, second horseman, type 2a, Smaller horse, cross on housing, Reverse: Oval shield with CR above, S.2769 mintmark Plume, Good Fine with a weaker area between HIB ad REX, nevertheless a very pleasing example with much eye appeal £100 £200
292 Hammered Halfcrown Commonwealth 1654 mintmark Sun S.3215, ESC 434, Bull 40 Fine with a few small weaker areas £450 £550
293 Hammered Halfcrown Edward VI 1551 Walking horse with plume S.2479 mintmark y Fine. Lightly tooled in the fields, nevertheless of pleasing overall appearance £450 £550
294 Hammered Halfcrown James I Third Coinage S.2666 Mintmark Trefoil, Fine £400 £500
295 Hammered Halfcrowns Charles I (4) Group IV, Fourth horseman, type 4, S.2779 mintmark Triangle in Circle, NVF nicely toned with some flan stress, Group IV, Fourth horseman, type 4, S.2779 mintmark Triangle in Circle pleasing Fine, nicely toned, Group III, Third horseman, type 3a1, King wears cloak flying from shoulder S.2775 mintmark Star, Good Fine, Group III, type 3a3, S.2778 mintmark Sun Fine or better with weakly struck areas £350 £450
296 Hammered Halfgroat Henry V Type C. Tall neck with broken annulet to the left of the crown, Mullet in centre of breast, London Mint S.1773 Fine, the obverse slightly weak in parts £80 £100
297 Hammered Halfgroat Henry VII - Archbishop Savage, Facing bust, York Mint, keys at neck, no tressure, S.2214 mintmark Martlet NVF with old grey tone, struck slightly off-centre £40 £80
298 Hammered Halfgroat Henry VII Canterbury Mint, S.2261 mintmark Martlet, a flan crack between the H and E of HENRIC, VF with portrait and mintmarks strong and pleasing £100 £150
299 Hammered Halfgroat Philip and Mary S.2509 Fine creased with some scratches on the obverse, with an edge crack at the top extending to the Queen's crown, nevertheless a very rare type, indeed our archive database stretching back to 2003 indicates that this is the first example we have offered, so probably scarcer than catalogue values would suggest £250 £350
300 Hammered Halfgroats, Hammered Pennies, Cut Halfpennies and Cut Farthings (106) a collection in two Lindner trays, includes some fragments, Aethelred II to Charles I, a wide variety in mixed grades most VG to GF £400 £500
301 Hammered Halfpenny Henry IV Light Coinage, Annulets by neck, S.1737 Obverse with King's face not struck up, otherwise Fine with an edge nick at 4 o'clock £250 £300
302 Hammered Halfpenny Henry V Type C. Ordinary Bust, broken annulets by crown S.1794 Fine or slight better with some edge chips £80 £100
303 Hammered Hammered a small and interesting group (8) Halfcrown Charles I Group III type 3a3 S.2778 mintmark Sun Good Fine, Shillings (4) Edward VI Second Period 1550 MDL Southwark Mint, mintmark Y VG, Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2577 mintmark Woolpack/Woolpack over Tun VG/Near Fine, James I First Coinage, Second Bust, bears appears to merge with collar S.2646 mintmark Thistle, VG/Fine, Commonwealth Fair, struck off-centre with the date off the flan, Sixpences Elizabeth I (2) 1566 S.2562 mintmark Portcullis NVG with a flan split, 1573 S.2562 mintmark Ermine Near Fine, Penny Edward IV with Lis by neck only Good with a large edge chip £200 £350
304 Hammered Hammered a small group (4) Halfgroat Commonwealth Fine or slightly better with some scratches, Penny Henry VI Leaf-Trefoil issue, Leaf on breast, Durham Mint, rings in centre, Fine on an irregular flan with much of the legend missing, Pennies Edward IV (2) the first VG with some weak areas, along with Second Reign, D in centre VG £200 £250
305 Hammered Hammered a small group (7) Halfgroats (2) Edward III London Mint, Henry VII Canterbury Mint, Pennies (4) Edward I, Edward III (2) Durham Mint, with Crozier on obverse, and York Mint, Henry VI (this on a perforated flan), Scotland Cut Halfpenny Alexander II moneyer Walter VG to Near Fine some with edge chips £100 £150
306 Hammered Hammered a small group (9) Shillings (7) Elizabeth I mintmark Woolpack, James I mintmark Rose, Charles I (5) Group E, Tower Mint, single arched -crown, mintmark Anchor, Group F, double-arched crown, mintmark Triangle-in-circle (2), Group F, double-arched crown, mintmark Sun (2), Sixpences James I (2) First Coinage, First Bust, 1603 mintmark Thistle, Second Coinage, Third Bust mintmark Lis, in mixed grades NVG to Fine £175 £225
307 Hammered Hammered a small group Edward I to James I (9) Groats (2) Henry VII and Henry VIII, Threepence (1) Elizabeth I 1582, Halfgroats (4) Henry VIII and James I (2) the other clipped with much of the legend missing, Penny (1) Edward I, Halfpenny (1) Edward I, VG to Fine £150 £200
308 Hammered Laurel James I Fourth Head, very small ties S.2638B mint mark slipped trefoil GVF/NEF the design very sharp in places £2000 £2400
309 Hammered Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fifth Smaller Bust S.2639, mintmark Trefoil About Fine/Fine with some flan flaws on the obverse £575 £675
310 Hammered Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth Bust, Very Small ties, S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, on a slightly uneven flan with two surface depressions on the reverse, Fine with surface deposit on the obverse £675 £775
311 Hammered Laurel James I Third Coinage, Fourth Bust, Very Small ties, S.2638B mintmark Trefoil, VF the obverse with some flan stress £850 £950
312 Hammered Pennies Henry III Long Cross (6) Newcastle Mint, moneyer Roger, York Mint, moneyer Jeremie, London Mint moneyer Nicole, London Mint, Moneyer Ricard, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Nicole, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Gilbert, Fine to VF £80 £120
313 Hammered Pennies Henry III Long Cross (6) Northampton Mint, moneyer Lucas, Bury St. Edmunds Mint, moneyer Ion, London Mint, moneyer Henri, London Mint, moneyer Nicole, Canter bury Mint, moneyer Gilbert ? (struck off-centre), Canterbury Mint, moneyer Nicole Fine to VF £80 £120
314 Hammered Penny Cnut Short Cross, York Mint (Eofer) , moneyer Othin , S.1159 NVF with grey tone £75 £100
315 Hammered Penny Commonwealth S.3222 reverse brockage Fine or slightly better, unusual £80 £100
316 Hammered Penny Cynethryth (Wife of Offa) c.757-796, Light Coinage Canterbury Mint, moneyer Eoba, S.909, North 339, Chick 138c (this coin), weight 1.12 grammes, About VF, well-centred with a few very small pitting marks, extremely rare, Cynethryth being the only Anglo-Saxon queen to have her name and portrait on coinage £4000 £6000
317 Hammered Penny Edward the Confessor, Sovereign/Eagles type S.1181, North 827, Wallingford Mint, moneyer Brunwine, VF the reverse a touch better, with a small stain on one of the eagles, Ex-Elmore-Jones £150 £250
318 Hammered Penny Harold I Jewel Cross type, S.1163, North 802, Cambridge Mint, moneyer Eflwig, 0.82 grammes EF with an attractive golden tone, crisply struck on a full round flan and a most attractive example of this scarce type, our archive database shows that is only the third example we have offered in 15 years £500 £1000
319 Hammered Penny Henry I Annulets type S.1263 London Mint, moneyer Brunic, VF with golden tone and scarce thus £350 £750
320 Hammered Penny John, reads HENRIEVS (reversed S) similar to Class 4c with 6 pearls to Crown, London Mint, moneyer Henri S.1349 as North 968/2 GVF with an old scratch on the obverse, a bold example £100 £120
321 Hammered Penny Philip and Mary Good Fine/VG S.2510 mintmark Lis, possibly a later copy £25 £75
322 Hammered Penny Richard I London Mint, moneyer Willelm, Class 2, 5 pearls to crown, R/EX, 1.40 grammes, S.1346, North 965, the edge uneven between 10 o'clock ands 12 o'clock otherwise strong VF with a full and even strike £70 £120
323 Hammered Penny Richard III York Mint, T and upright key at neck, Reverse: Quatrefoil in centre, S.2166/2167, 0.69 grammes Near Fine with shortage of flan, the mintmark not visible (Boar's Head or Rose), All Richard III Pennies scarce or rare £375 £425
324 Hammered Penny William I PAXS Wareham Mint, moneyer SIDELOC, SIDELOC ON PERE, Crown 1, S.1257 North 848 GVF, a rare mint £350 £750
325 Hammered Quarter Laurel James I S.2642A mintmark thistle with beaded inner circle both sides EF or near so and desirable thus £600 £800
326 Hammered Rose Ryal James I 2nd coinage mint mark rose 13.65 grams S2613, North 2079, Coincraft J1RY-005 King enthroned holding orb and sceptre portcullis at feet, the kings face a little weak and some surface obverse otherwise lustrous EF £10000 £12000
327 Hammered Ryal Edward IV Flemish Imitative type S.1952 on a large flan NVF £1300 £1500
328 Hammered Shilling Charles I Group A, bust 2, larger crown with outer arch only jewelled S.2782 mintmark Lis Good Fine with some weakness on the portrait £300 £350
329 Hammered Shilling Commonwealth 1651 No Stops on Obverse, mintmark Sun S.3217, ESC 983, Bull 84, Fine or better/Good Fine the reverse with some small flan stress marks and a surface nick to the left of the shield otherwise of pleasing and even appearance on a full round flan £675 £775
330 Hammered Shilling Commonwealth 1653 mintmark Sun S.3217, ESC 987, Bull 124 Near Fine with some weaker areas £250 £350
331 Hammered Shilling Commonwealth 1658 No Stop after ENGLAND, Second M over O in COMMONWEALTH, S.3218, ESC 998A, Bull 165, mintmark Anchor, the last digit of the date weak, confirmed by the mintmark , Bull states that this variety also has the first O in COMMONWEALTH struck over an M, inconclusive on this coin due to the wear in this area, NVG/VG with some edge nicks and some peck marks on the reverse, our archive database stretching back to 2003 shows that this is the first 1658 Commonwealth Shilling of and variety that we have offered £1400 £1600
332 Hammered Shilling Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark Tun Near Fine/approaching Fine, the obverse with some old scratches £100 £175
333 Hammered Shilling Edward VI Second Issue 1549 S.2466 mintmark Arrow, 4.76 grammes, About Fine, surface with signs of old cleaning, now retoned, obverse and reverse with stress cracks £250 £300
334 Hammered Shilling Elizabeth I First Issue 1559-1560, S.2549 Bust 2B, mintmark Lis Fine/Good Fine, the reverse bold £450 £550
335 Hammered Shilling Elizabeth I S.2577 mintmark Escallop, some striking weakness on the Queen's face, otherwise GVF with touches of gold tone, on a full round flan £800 £1000
336 Hammered Shilling Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2555 mintmark Cross Crosslet, Fine or better with small edge nicks, overall pleasing, on a full flan and with much eye appeal £500 £600
337 Hammered Shilling Elizabeth I Sixth Issue, S.2577 Bust 6B, mintmark Tun VF with some double striking £150 £200
338 Hammered Shilling Elizabeth II Milled issue, Small size (under 30mm diameter) S.2592 mintmark Star VG/Near Fine the Queen's face worn £220 £260
339 Hammered Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full Titles, with mark of value, S.2500 Fine or slightly better with some small edge nicks and a flan crack after PHILIP £800 £1000
340 Hammered Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 Full Titles, with mark of value, S.2500 VG to Near Fine with some weak areas, the profile of the King good, the Queen's profile worn, struck on a slightly irregular flan £350 £450
341 Hammered Shilling Philip and Mary 1554 with mark of value S.2500 approaching Fine, the obverse with many scratches, the profiles practically complete and with some details £400 £500
342 Hammered Shilling Philip and Mary 1555 English Titles only, with mark of value, S.2501 approaching Fine/Near Fine, the portraits with good profiles, on a full round flan and pleasing for the grade £500 £600
343 Hammered Shilling Philip and Mary 1555 English Titles only, with mark of value, S.2501 VG or better with a light crease, the portraits with good profiles £400 £500
344 Hammered Sixpence 1554 Philip and Mary Full Titles S2505 GVF, strong portraits and with a pleasing light golden tone rare much more so than the Shilling in this high grade £1000 £1500
345 Hammered Sixpence 1649 Commonwealth mint mark sun S3219 EF or near so with a lovely tone and slightly uneven flan £700 £900
346 Hammered Sixpence Charles I 1643 Oxford Mint, Three Shrewsbury Plumes, S.2981 mintmark Book, Fine, the reverse slightly better, pleasing and with good eye appeal for the grade £775 £875
347 Hammered Sixpence Commonwealth 1653 mintmark Sun S.3219, ESC 1488, Bull 197 Fine £350 £450
348 Hammered Sixpence Commonwealth 1660 mintmark Anchor S.3220 date figures and THE both double struck About VF with pleasing grey tone, struck on an irregularly shaped flan £1400 £1600
349 Hammered Sixpence Commonwealth 1660 mintmark Anchor S.3220 ESC 1497, Bull 215, 3.05 grammes, lightly creased Good Fine or better, some surface flaws, with a pleasing old grey tone and good overall eye appeal, Ex-Tisbury collection, Ex-Spink Auction December 2017 Lot 170, Ex-Spink Auction 38 10/10/1984 Lot 36, Ex-Glendinings Auction 13/11/1974 Lot 482 £2500 £3000
350 Hammered Sixpence Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2483 mintmark Tun NEF with strong portrait and colourful underlying tone in places, some small edge nicks barely detract from the overall excellent eye appeal of the piece, seldom seen in this high grade, Ex-Alfred Bole Collection £300 £600
351 Hammered Sixpence Edward VI Fine Silver issue S.2483 mintmark y NVF lightly creased with touches of underlying golden tone, Ex-Alfred Bole collection DNW 26/9/2011 Lot 1363 £200 £300
352 Hammered Sixpence Elizabeth I 1568 8 over 7 Intermediate Bust 4B, S.2562 mintmark Coronet VF a very small weak area on one of the French arms otherwise even and pleasing £100 £150
353 Hammered Sixpence Elizabeth I Sixth issue, 1587 7 over 6 Bust 6B, ELIZAB legend, S.2578A mintmark Crescent, the portrait Fine, the legend and reverse bold VF with an attractive grey tone £100 £200
354 Hammered Sixpence Elizabeth I Sixth issue, 1589, Bust 6B, ELIZAB legend, S.2578A mintmark Crescent, Fine £40 £80
355 Hammered Sixpence James I 1607 Second Coinage, Fourth Bust, S.2658 mintmark Grapes, Fine, the reverse slightly better, on an uneven flan, our archive database indicates that this is the first of this type we have offered in 15 years £30 £60
356 Hammered Sixpences (2) Elizabeth I 1568 8 over 7 Intermediate Bust 4B, S.2562, mintmark Coronet, a small scuff to the right of the shield otherwise VF or near so, Elizabeth I 1601 Seventh Issue S.2585 mintmark 1, Good Fine and evenly struck, scarce £100 £150
357 Hammered Sixpences (2) Elizabeth I 1571 Intermediate Bust 4B, S.2562 mintmark Castle, VF an even and pleasing example with much eye appeal, Elizabeth I 1593 Bust 6C, S.2578B mintmark Tun, possibly over Woolpack on the obverse, Good Fine, the reverse slightly better £110 £160
358 Hammered Sixpences Elizabeth I (2) 1587 Sixth Issue, ELIZAB legend, S.2578A mintmark Crescent VG/NF grey toned with some scratches on the obverse, 1588 Sixth Issue, ELIZAB legend, S.2578A mintmark Crescent, a rare date, VG/NF Ex-Alfred Bole Collection DNW 29/9/2010 Lot 1480 (part) £75 £150
359 Hammered Sixpences Elizabeth I (5) 1569 mintmark Coronet Near Fine, 1574 mintmark Eglantine, Fine, 1584 4 over 2 mintmark Sword Near Fine, 1589 mintmark Crescent, REGI for REGINA in legend, 1593 mintmark Tun, Fine £150 £200
360 Hammered Sovereign Edward VI Second Period January 1549 to April 1550 mint mark y (Southwark Mint) weakly struck in the centre of both sides otherwise EF with the legends and portrait very sharp and very seldom offered in any grade £13000 £16000
361 Hammered Sovereign Elizabeth I Sixth Issue S.2529 North 2003, Schneider 783 Mintmark Tun, about EF with some wear on the portrait £12000 £14000
362 Hammered Testoon Henry VIII Third Coinage S.2365 mintmark Pellet in Annulet, portrait VF and very pleasing, the legend weak at 3, 6, and 9 o'clock and correspondingly so on the reverse, nevertheless an excellent portrait coin, 7.78 grammes, struck in good silver £1000 £2000
363 Hammered Testoon Henry VIII Third Coinage, Southwark Mint, Reverse CIVITAS LONDON, S.2367 struck off centre, the mintmark off flan, the obverse with an old scuff, with an edge crack at 10 o'clock, the portrait and rose Fine, the legend weak in many places £400 £500
364 Hammered Testoon Henry VIII Third Coinage, Tower Mint, HENRIC VIII legend (1544-1547) S.2364, North 1841, mintmark Lis, Obverse with Lombardic Lettering, the reverse with mixed lettering, HENRIC VIII DI GRA AGL FRA Z HIB REX, with saltire stops, Reverse: POSVI DEVM ADITOREVM (with reversed E in ADITOREVM), 7.19 grammes, better than VG or better/Fine or slightly better on a full flan, comes with two old provenance tickets stating 'Shirley-Fox Bequest 1939, and 'Ex-Shirley-Fox Bequest Blunt Stewartby 1629 Very Rare', Ex-Spink Auction 28/3/2017 Lot 1629, only the fourth such example we have offered in 15 years £2400 £2800
365 Hammered Threefarthings Elizabeth I 1573 S.2571 mintmark Eglantine Around Fine £100 £150
366 Hammered Threehalfpence Elizabeth I 1575 S.2568 mintmark Eglantine Fine or better £100 £150
367 Hammered Threehalfpences Elizabeth I (2) both Smaller flans with 10.5 to 11.5mm inner circle 1575 S.2569 mintmark Eglantine Good Fine and 1562 S.2569 mintmark Pheon Fine £150 £200
368 Hammered Threepence Charles I 1644 Oxford Mint, three Lis over declaration S.2994 mintmark Lis Good Fine with some flan flaws and a small scratch, however the coin is well struck and with good detail in most areas £200 £250
369 Hammered Threepence Elizabeth I 1573 Taller Bust S.2566 mintmark Acorn, VF, Halfgroat Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2557 mintmark Cross Crosslet, NVF with a flan crack after ELIZ, and an edge nick after BETH, Penny Elizabeth I Second Issue S.2558 mintmark Cross Crosslet, Good Fine on a slightly mis-shapen flan £125 £250
370 Hammered Touch Piece admission ticket Charles II undated in copper Peck *496 28.5mm diameter, Obverse: a three-masted ship in sail to left, with 6-pointed star below, Reverse: St. Michael piercing the dragon, with 6-pointed star below, Fair £50 £100
371 Hammered Unite Charles I Group B Second Bust S.2687 Mintmark Heart GVF on a generous and even round flan £2000 £2400
372 English Single Brass Threepence 1946 Peck 2388 A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £175 £350
373 English Single Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 UNC and with almost full lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £300 £500
374 English Single Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 UNC with around 75% lustre with some contact marks and small tone spots and a small depression by the O of OMN £300 £600
375 English Single Brass Threepence 1949 Peck 2392 UNC with around 80% lustre and some light contact marks £400 £600
376 English Single Brass Threepence 1951 Peck 2396, the scarce currency issue, UNC with around 70% lustre and a few small tone spots £100 £150
377 English Single Britannia Gold £100 1997 One Ounce S.BQ3 Gold Proof, nFDC uncased only 164 issued £800 £1200
378 English Single Britannia Gold One Hundred Pounds 1997 Gold One Ounce S.BQ3 the obverse with a few trivial contact marks otherwise BU with full lustre £1100 £1400
379 English Single Britannia Gold One Hundred Pounds 2018 Gold One Ounce BU with full mint lustre £1100 £1400
380 English Single Crown 1662 Rose below bust, No date on edge, die axis upright (en medaille) 9 Harp Strings, Unlisted by the 1992 edition of ESC, the Bull edition lists the coin (Bull 342) Good Fine £600 £700
381 English Single Crown 1666 Elephant below bust ESC 33 bold and pleasant Fine hard to find with such good eye appeal, tiny edge bruise above the bust hardly detracts, one of the nicest examples we have seen of this rare type £1000 £1500
382 English Single Crown 1666 Elephant below bust ESC 33, Bull 368, VG or slightly better, with an edge nick, Rare £800 £1000
383 English Single Crown 1687 TERTIO about as struck with light flecks of haymarking and the usual minor adjustment lines grade 75 by LCGS and in their holder £2500 £3000
384 English Single Crown 1687 TERTIO ESC 78, Bull 743, VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 £550 £650
385 English Single Crown 1688 QVARTO ESC 80 Good EF/AU with a pleasing deep tone and some minor adjustment lines, graded 75 by CGS and in their holder £3000 £4000
386 English Single Crown 1692 2 over inverted 2 ESC 85, Bull 824 GF/NVF £500 £1000
387 English Single Crown 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89, Bull 995 Good Fine or slightly better, bold and with good eye appeal for the grade £175 £275
388 English Single Crown 1707E SEXTO ESC 103, Bull 1352, VG £110 £140
389 English Single Crown 1720 20 over 18 ESC 113 GVF scarce thus minor adjustment lines reverse and tiny metal fault reverse rim and seldom offered in this higher grade £1500 £2000
390 English Single Crown 1723 SSC ESC 114, Bull 1545 NVF/VF with an edge bruise £400 £800
391 English Single Crown 1732 Roses and Plumes ESC 117, Bull 1660 NEF the obverse with some contact marks and a gentle edge bruise, the edge slightly indented at the top of the obverse, close inspection shows this to have occurred during the minting of the coin £750 £1500
392 English Single Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123 Good EF/AU lovely tone graded 75 by LCGS and in their holder £2000 £3000
393 English Single Crown 1746 LIMA ESC 125, Bull 1668 NEF with an attractive colourful tone £900 £1200
394 English Single Crown 1818 LIX ESC 214, Bull 2009 EF with some hairlines £250 £350
395 English Single Crown 1819 LIX ESC 215, Bull 2010 GEF/AU and attractively toned £350 £400
396 English Single Crown 1820 LX ESC 219 UNC with light cabinet friction, attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the joint finest known of 21 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £750 £850
397 English Single Crown 1821 SECUNDO ESC 246, Bull 2310 EF and pleasantly toned, the obverse with some light contact marks £300 £600
398 English Single Crown 1822 SECUNDO ESC 251, Bull 2318 NEF with pleasing tone and with much eye appeal, a few light contact marks barely detract £750 £850
399 English Single Crown 1826 SEPTIMO Esc 257 deeply toned FDC and graded PR64 by PCGS rare and desirable thus £10000 £15000
400 English Single Crown 1834 ESC 275 the John Jay Pittman example (David Akers sale Numismatic Inc 6-8 August 1999 Lot 3864) choice FDC pleasing old grey tone with orange and gold hues in places, free of contact marks and hairlines a choice coin and graded by PCGS as MS63. Rated R5 by ESC 5 - 10. Ex London Coins A155 (Dec 2016) Lot 714 realised £70,000 £60000 £80000
401 English Single Crown 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge ESC 282, Bull 2564 GVF with some light contact marks £150 £350
402 English Single Crown 1847 Gothic UNDECIMO ESC 288, Bull 2571, UNC and prooflike and a most attractive blue and green tone £2200 £2600
403 English Single Crown 1847 Young Head ESC 286 bright EF £400 £700
404 English Single Crown 1887 ESC 296, Bull 2585 AU/UNC and nicely toned £100 £120
405 English Single Crown 1890 ESC 300, Bull 2590 EF with light contact marks £100 £120
406 English Single Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303 dark tone nEF with a minor edge nick £130 £160
407 English Single Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303 GEF/Unc £170 £200
408 English Single Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A, AU/GEF and lustrous £110 £150
409 English Single Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313, Bull 2603 UNC/AU £220 £260
410 English Single Crown 1898 LXI GEF/AU and with an attractive and colourful tone, the obverse with some contact marks, nevertheless an eye-catching piece, Rare, especially in this grade £250 £350
411 English Single Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319, Bull 2609 EF/GEF the obverse with some contact marks £110 £150
412 English Single Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319, Bull 2609, UNC and lustrous with some attractive tone and small rim nicks £180 £280
413 English Single Crown 1900 LXIV ESC 319, Bull 2609, UNC with touches of golden toning, a few scattered contact marks barely detract, a very attractive example £220 £320
414 English Single Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 AU/UNC with even subdued lustre £200 £250
415 English Single Crown 1902 ESC 361, Bull 3560 GVF cleaned £100 £200
416 English Single Crown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 362, Bull 3562 About FDC with old original grey toning, a very attractive example £220 £260
417 English Single Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 nFDC with light toning in places, retaining much original mint brilliance £175 £275
418 English Single Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 Toned UNC £150 £225
419 English Single Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 UNC with a mottled golden tone £150 £200
420 English Single Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 UNC with some toning, the obverse with minor spots £130 £200
421 English Single Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 UNC/nFDC with pleasing tone, the obverse with a spot on the rim £150 £225
422 English Single Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633 GEF with a flan flaw in the obverse field £125 £250
423 English Single Crown 1929 ESC 369, Bull 3636 About EF/EF with a spot in the reverse field and some hairlines on the crown £125 £175
424 English Single Crown 1929 ESC 369, Bull 3636 EF £150 £250
425 English Single Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 EF with a small flan flaw to the left of the crown £150 £250
426 English Single Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 EF with some contact marks and some toning £100 £150
427 English Single Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 GEF/EF the obverse with minor contact marks £150 £250
428 English Single Crown 1931 ESC 371, Bull 3639 GEF/AU £200 £250
429 English Single Crown 1932 ESC 372, Bull 3641 the obverse with prooflike fields, UNC or very near so and lustrous £300 £500
430 English Single Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3644 GEF £190 £230
431 English Single Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3644 NEF with some contact marks £150 £200
432 English Single Crown 1935 Raised edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655 Lustrous UNC, lightly toned with an edge nick and some contact marks, in the red Royal Mint box of issue £500 £600
433 English Single Crown 1936 Edward VIII type 1 in silver by G.Hearn (1954 issues) Obverse: Bust left , Reverse St. George on rearing horse spearing the dragon, 28.32 grammes, X#M1a, nFDC with light toning, only 100 minted, mEx-DNW Auction 18 March 2015 Lot 477 £100 £200
434 English Single Crown 1960 VIP Proof with Frosted design FDC and graded 88 by LCGS £1200 £1800
435 English Single Dollar Bank of England 1804 No Stop after REX ESC 164, Bull 1951 Fine, the obverse with some scratches £110 £140
436 English Single Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A, Reverse 2 ESC 144, Bull 1925 EF and with a pleasing old grey tone £375 £475
437 English Single Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A, Reverse 2 ESC 144, Bull 1925 GVF with an attractive bronze tone £250 £350
438 English Single Double Florin 1887 Roman 1 ESC 394 UNC with blue, green and gold toning, a superb example, in an LCGS holder and graded 82 and the finest of 38 examples graded by CGS desirable thus £100 £200
439 English Single Double Florins (2) 1887 Roman 1 ESC 394, Bull 2695 NEF/EF, 1888 Second I in VICTORIA is an inverted 1, ESC 397A, Bull 2700 GVF/NEF £120 £150
440 English Single Farthing 1672 Peck 519 EF, slabbed and graded CGS 60, Ex LCA 152 lot 2068 realised £420 £300 £500
441 English Single Farthing 1672 Peck 519 UNC or near so and with much eye appeal, an excellent example of the portrait, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, formerly in an NGC holder and grade MS65 BN by them (this ticket no longer with the coin, this information recorded at the time of slabbing), the finest known of 6 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £900 £1100
442 English Single Farthing 1675 Peck 528 NEF with a few small spots, a well-struck example of this issue £300 £400
443 English Single Farthing 1714 Peck 742 graded VF 20 by NGC and in their holder £150 £300
444 English Single Farthing 1714 Small Flan Peck 741 EF nicely toned, slabbed and graded CGS 65 Ex LCA 150 lot 2056 realised £500 £400 £600
445 English Single Farthing 1719 Small Letters on Obverse Peck 812 UNC or near so and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, the finest known of just 2 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £900 £1100
446 English Single Farthing 1721 Peck 822 graded MS62BN by PCGS and in their holder £250 £500
447 English Single Farthing 1732 with traces of 2 over 1 as Peck 859 EF with traces of lustre and some adjustment lines on either side, rare in high grade £250 £300
448 English Single Farthing 1741 Peck 885 A/UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, a difficult date, very rare in high grades, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 (Lot 763) one of the first coins encapsulated by LCGS (UIN 0000005) these early UINs are now a small piece of Numismatic history £340 £380
449 English Single Farthing 1754 Peck 892 UNC with traces of lustre, the obverse sharply struck, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 (Lot 763) £350 £400
450 English Single Farthing 1773 Obverse 2 Peck 913 A/UNC with traces of lustre, in an early LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 (Lot 774) one of the first coins encapsulated by CGS (UIN 0000007), These early UINs are now a small piece of Numismatic history £240 £280
451 English Single Farthing 1797 Restrike Pattern in Bronzed copper, Obverse: Wreath with 3 Berries, 2 Leaves projecting above brow, lowest berry with stem, Reverse: Ship with 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit, Peck 1194, R69, UNC with a small edge nick, much rarer than Peck's 'R' rating would suggest, we note we have only offered 2 examples of this type in 15 years £300 £600
452 English Single Farthing 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 501, UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £280 £350
453 English Single Farthing 1863 Freeman 509 dies 3+B UNC/AU with traces of lustre, the obverse with a tone spot £250 £300
454 English Single Farthing 1895 Bun Head Freeman 570 dies 7+F UNC with around 30% lustre £100 £150
455 English Single Fifty Pence 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow Gold Proof S.H28 FDC/nFDC the reverse with a hint of toning, uncased in capsule £500 £600
456 English Single Fifty Pence 2018 Representation of the People Act Gold Proof FDC unboxed in capsule £550 £650
457 English Single Five Guineas 1701 Fine Work DECIMO TERTIO edge near EF desirable thus £15000 £20000
458 English Single Five Pound Crown 1999 Diana Memorial Gold Proof S.L6 in an NGC holder and graded PF68 Ultra Cameo £3000 £3500
459 English Single Five Pounds 1887 Proof S.3864 nFDC, Very minor hairlines, a small edge nick and minimal contact marks only on this beautiful piece, we note a steep increase in values for these pieces in recent times and consequently the better examples are becoming very difficult to find with values in the tens of thousands £14000 £18000
460 English Single Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 EF £1500 £2000
461 English Single Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 in a PCGS holder, lustrous and with plenty of eye appeal, slabbed and graded MS62 £3000 £4000
462 English Single Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 in a PCGS holder, lustrous and with plenty of eye appeal, slabbed and graded MS62+ £3000 £4000
463 English Single Five Pounds 1893 Proof S.3872 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PR62 Cameo, Rare, an attractive and desirable piece £22000 £26000
464 English Single Five Pounds 1893 S.3872 in a PCGS holder, pleasing and lustrous, appears conservatively graded at AU58 £3750 £4500
465 English Single Five Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3966 in an NGC holder and graded PF62 MATTE £3000 £3500
466 English Single Five Pounds 1902 S.3965 retaining much original lustre, a pleasing and desirable example, appears conservatively graded in an NGC holder at MS61 £2750 £3500
467 English Single Five Pounds 1937 Proof S.4074 in a PCGS holder and graded PR64+ Cameo £9000 £10000
468 English Single Five Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 ESC 206 Pattern in copper Davies 37, FDC and graded PR64BN by PCGS and in their holder £1000 £1400
469 English Single Florin 1849 ESC 802, Bull 2815 A/UNC, the obverse lustrous, the reverse with some toning, with minor contact marks £150 £200
470 English Single Florin 1849 ESC 802, Bull 2815 UNC/AU and lustrous, the reverse with a pleasing tone £120 £160
471 English Single Florin 1849 inverted A for V in VICTORIA Lustrous GEF with some contact marks, unlisted by ESC or Bull, thought to be a new discovery on the silver coinage and Rare thus £500 £750
472 English Single Florin 1864 ESC 824, Bull 2854, Die Number 64 EF or near so with some contact marks o the obverse £200 £250
473 English Single Florin 1871 ESC 837, Bull 2874, Davies 752 dies 3B, Top Cross overlaps border beads, Die Number 14 About EF/EF and attractively toned £200 £250
474 English Single Florin 1872 Dies 3B. Reverse Top Cross overlaps border beads Davies 756 Unc and graded 78 by CGS £450 £550
475 English Single Florin 1872 ESC 840, Bull 2878, Davies 756, dies 3B, Top Cross overlaps border beads, Die Number 59, UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the coin displaying interesting die clashing on both sides £400 £500
476 English Single Florin 1875 Die 18 below bust ESC 844 Unc and graded 78 by CGS £400 £500
477 English Single Florin 1880 ESC 854, Bull 2900 About EF a pleasing piece with strong strike and very good surfaces £200 £250
478 English Single Florin 1884 ESC 860, Bull 2907 UNC attractively toned a most pleasing and original example, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £600 £700
479 English Single Florin 1886 ESC 863, Bull 2911 UNC with an original and pleasing subdued lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, formerly in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS63 (this ticket no longer with the coin, the information recorded at the time of slabbing) £550 £650
480 English Single Florin 1904 ESC 922, Bull 3580 UNC with an with original toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £475 £550
481 English Single Florin 1907 ESC 925, Bull 3583 UNC or near so and lustrous, the reverse with touches of golden toning £200 £250
482 English Single Florin 1909 ESC 927, ESC 927 Unc or near so and graded 75 by CGS the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £450 £550
483 English Single Florin 1927 Proof ESC 776, Bull 3732 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 £100 £120
484 English Single Florin 1927 Proof ESC 776, Bull 3732 Lustrous UNC £100 £120
485 English Single Florin 1932 ESC 952 GEF and lustrous the reverse with some uneven tone £300 £500
486 English Single Florin 1958 VIP Proof of ESC 968L, Bull 4411 UNC/nFDC with light toning, Rare, Ex-Spink Auction 26-27 March 2013 13012 Lot 1014 £400 £700
487 English Single Groat 1838 low 3 in date, LCGS variety 05, Choice UNC with a subtle gold tone and original underlying lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 £150 £200
488 English Single Groats (4) 1840 Tilted 0 in date ESC 1934 GEF and lustrous, 1843 ESC 1938, Bull 3334, EF/GEF and lustrous, 1844 ESC 1939, Bull 3336 GEF the obverse with some small spots, 1888 ESC 1956, Bull 3359, NEF/EF £150 £200
489 English Single Guinea 1680 Elephant and Castle S.3345 VG and Rare, our archive database shows we have handled only one other example since 2003 £1000 £1500
490 English Single Guinea 1680 S.3344 VG/Fine, our auction archive database shows that this is only the sixth example we have offered in 15 years £1600 £2000
491 English Single Guinea 1683 S.3344 About Fine with a dig in the obverse field by GRATIA and with some slight unevenness to the flan £1100 £1500
492 English Single Guinea 1686 First Bust S.3400 VF and with a pleasing and even strike £1200 £1600
493 English Single Guinea 1686 First Bust S.3400 VG or better, a problem-free example £800 £1000
494 English Single Guinea 1686 lightly rubbed in two small areas on the obverse otherwise VF/NVF, viewing recommended £2750 £3500
495 English Single Guinea 1688 Elephant and Castle S.3403 the first 8 appears to be struck over a larger 8, the underlying figure visible above and below, in an NGC holder and graded VF35 £2750 £3500
496 English Single Guinea 1693 S.3426 VG with a weak area on the top left of the shield £500 £1000
497 English Single Guinea 1698 Second Bust with human-headed harp S.3462 VG/approaching Fine with a small flaw above the bust £800 £1000
498 English Single Guinea 1700 S.3460 VG/NVG with some scratches in the obverse field £700 £800
499 English Single Guinea 1701 Narrow Crowns, ornamented sceptres, with signs of doubling on the MV of GVLIELMVS, also 0 over 'rounder' 0 in date VG or better/Fine or better £1600 £2000
500 English Single Guinea 1714 Anne S.3574 VG/NF £1000 £1200
501 English Single Guinea 1715 Third Bust S.3630 VG £600 £700
502 English Single Guinea 1721 S.3631 Fine the reverse a touch better £800 £1000
503 English Single Guinea 1727 George I S.3633 Fine/Good Fine the reverse with a long scratch, Ex-Jewellery, nevertheless our auction archive figures show much rarer than catalogue values would suggest £1250 £1500
504 English Single Guinea 1748 S.3680 NVF/GF £1000 £1200
505 English Single Guinea 1759 S.3680 in an NGC holder and graded XF45 £1500 £2000
506 English Single Guinea 1763 S.3725 VG the reverse slightly better, a rare two-year type £400 £600
507 English Single Guinea 1775 S.3728 GR of GRATIA repunched, EF choice and lustrous £1100 £1500
508 English Single Guinea 1776 S.3728 Fine £350 £400
509 English Single Guinea 1777 S.3728 EF and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, the joint finest known of 10 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £1400 £1600
510 English Single Guinea 1785 S.3728 EF or very near so, the obverse with some light contact marks £950 £1150
511 English Single Guinea 1787 GF/NVF the obverse once gilded and lightly smoothed with some scratches below the bust, comes in a Westminster box with certificate £200 £350
512 English Single Guinea 1787 S.3729 GVF/VF with touches of attractive red toning £400 £500
513 English Single Guinea 1789 S.3729 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 £625 £725
514 English Single Guinea 1791 S.3729 in an NGC holder and graded AU58 £1000 £1200
515 English Single Guinea 1792 S.3729 GVF/NEF with lustre, one of the scarcer dates in the series £850 £950
516 English Single Guinea 1793 S.3729 GVF/NEF £750 £850
517 English Single Guinea 1793 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £900 £1200
518 English Single Guinea 1794 S.3729 GVF and pleasing with traces of lustre £400 £500
519 English Single Guinea 1794 S.3729 NVF with an x-shaped scratch in the field £300 £400
520 English Single Guinea 1797 S.3729 in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 £1000 £1200
521 English Single Guinea 1798 S.3729 GEF and lustrous, the obverse with a thin scratch, otherwise choice and with very good eye appeal £850 £950
522 English Single Half Farthing 1837 Peck 1476 NEF/GVF and scarce £175 £225
523 English Single Half Guinea 1710 S.3575 approaching VF, the obverse with some hairlines £1200 £1500
524 English Single Half Guinea 1722 S.3635 NEF with a few old scuffs, the reverse particularly sharp, Very Rare in this high grade £900 £1200
525 English Single Half Guinea 1787 Plain Edge Proof by L.Pingo, S.3735, Wilson & Rasmussen 130, 4.94 grammes, EF with some contact marks, on an uneven flan £1800 £2200
526 English Single Half Guinea 1788 S.3735 VF the obverse with some heavier surface marks, the edge with a slight bend £175 £250
527 English Single Half Guinea 1794 S.3735 Fine or better with an edge and surface knock £120 £150
528 English Single Half Guinea 1804 S.3737 Practically UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the second finest of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £650 £750
529 English Single Half Guinea 1810 S.3737 EF and lustrous with touches of red tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £600 £700
530 English Single Half Guinea 1810 S.3737 NVF/About VF £300 £350
531 English Single Half Guinea 1813 S.3737 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62, lustrous and with small touches of red toning £1400 £1800
532 English Single Half Sovereign 1817 Marsh 400 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £900 £1100
533 English Single Half Sovereign 1824 Marsh 405 NEF/EF a very pleasing and problem-free example £750 £850
534 English Single Half Sovereign 1825 Marsh 406 EF or near so with some contact marks £350 £400
535 English Single Half Sovereign 1825 Marsh 406 UNC or very near so and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, only two examples have been encapsulated by LCGS, this being the finest £1000 £1200
536 English Single Half Sovereign 1826 Proof S.3804 Lustrous UNC desirable thus £2000 £3000
537 English Single Half Sovereign 1834 Small size (17.9mm diameter) Marsh 410 VF/GF Very Rare £850 £950
538 English Single Half Sovereign 1835 Marsh 411 in a PCGS holder and graded AU53 £1000 £1200
539 English Single Half Sovereign 1842 Marsh 416 GEF and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks £220 £260
540 English Single Half Sovereign 1842 Marsh 416 GEF lightly toning on the obverse £425 £525
541 English Single Half Sovereign 1848 8 over 7 Marsh 422A GVF/NVF, Very Rare, we note we have only previously offered three examples in 15 years, and so far this is the finest we have offered £300 £400
542 English Single Half Sovereign 1853 Marsh 427, the date double struck, GEF/AU and lustrous, the obverse with some contact marks £300 £350
543 English Single Half Sovereign 1872 Marsh 447, Die Number 158 NEF/About EF a very pleasing and even example, the fields largely free from the usual contact marks associated with this series £220 £260
544 English Single Half Sovereign 1878 Marsh 453 Die Number 14, Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, the finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, all Half Sovereigns of this series very difficult to obtain in grade 80 £1200 £1500
545 English Single Half Sovereign 1878 Marsh 453 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £140 £240
546 English Single Half Sovereign 1880S S.3862D VG £100 £120
547 English Single Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Imperfect J in J.E.B March 478C UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £120 £220
548 English Single Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head Proof S.3869, in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 Deep Cameo £1250 £1500
549 English Single Half Sovereign 1893 Proof S.3878 retaining almost full mint brilliance, in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 £2000 £3000
550 English Single Half Sovereign 1906 Marsh 509 Good Fine with some dirt in the legend £100 £160
551 English Single Half Sovereign 1908 Marsh 511 GVF/VF £100 £130
552 English Single Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 £750 £1000
553 English Single Half Sovereign 1911 Proof S.4006 in an NGC holder and graded PF65 Cameo £1000 £1500
554 English Single Half Sovereign 1914S Marsh 539 in a PCGS holder and graded MS64, our archive database shows that this is only the second example we have offered so perhaps rarer than catalogue values would suggest £200 £300
555 English Single Half Sovereign 1915S Marsh 540 Choice UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £110 £220
556 English Single Half Sovereign 1915S Marsh 540 in a PCGS holder and graded MS65 £190 £240
557 English Single Half Sovereign 1925 Marsh 542 UNC or near so in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £100 £200
558 English Single Half Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4077 in a PCGS holder and graded PR66, at the time of writing, only 4 pieces have been graded higher by PCGS £1200 £1500
559 English Single Half Sovereigns (2) 1893 Marsh 488 Fine/VF, 1901 Marsh 496 Fine £200 £300
560 English Single Halfcrown 1658 Cromwell ESC 447, Bull 252 UNC the obverse with the lightest of cabinet friction to the highest points, the portrait retaining much of the original frosting, with a subtle blue and gold toning over some original mint lustre, sharply struck and with excellent surfaces, a superb example, and as such very desirable in this high grade of preservation, comes with collector's ticket stating 'Ex-Spink from 1947' £4800 £5500
561 English Single Halfcrown 1676 VICESIMO OCTAVO, Retrograde 1 in date ESC 478, Bull 471 About VF/VF with some light haymarking £200 £300
562 English Single Halfcrown 1677 VICESIMO NONO ESC 479, Bull 475 VF or near so with old grey toning £200 £300
563 English Single Halfcrown 1683 TRICESIMO QVINTO (the wrong edge listed i error by Bull) ESC 490, Bull 497 GVF with hints of golden tone the obverse with some scratches, very rare in all grades above Fine £550 £650
564 English Single Halfcrown 1685 PRIMO ESC 493, Bull 748, with double struck M in MAG, GVF/VF with some minor surface marks and light haymarking, the obverse particularly strong and with very pleasing appearance, an excellent type coin £300 £600
565 English Single Halfcrown 1687 6 over 8 ESC 499A, Bull 755, only the lower part of the overdate visible VG, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 10, very rare listed as R4 by ESC and Bull £120 £180
566 English Single Halfcrown 1688 QVARTO ESC 502, S3409 EF reverse nEF with the 6 of the date weak £1400 £1800
567 English Single Halfcrown 1689 First Shield, Caul and Interior frosted, with pearls, ESC 503, Bull 826 VF/Near VF the reverse with some minor haymarking £125 £225
568 English Single Halfcrown 1689 No frosting, pearls ESC 507, Bull 835 Good Fine/Fine £100 £120
569 English Single Halfcrown 1689 Second Shield, No frosting, No pearls, ESC 512, Bull 846 NVF with some light haymarking £125 £225
570 English Single Halfcrown 1690 TERTIO ESC 515, Bull 849, (though no doubling to the second L in GVLIELMVS) GVF with some minor surface marks and a light adjustment line on the Irish harp, scarce in this pleasing grade £400 £700
571 English Single Halfcrown 1692 R over G in REGINA, H over R in HI, ESC 517A, Bull 854 GVF or better in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 £1400 £1800
572 English Single Halfcrown 1697 Large Shields, Later harp ESC 541, Bull 1021, NVF with some adjustment lines on both sides £150 £200
573 English Single Halfcrown 1697 NONO, Large Shields, Later Harp, ESC 541, Bull 1021, GVF/NEF with underlying lustre and some light haymarking £200 £300
574 English Single Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO ESC 554, Bull 1034 GVF with old grey tone £120 £160
575 English Single Halfcrown 1700 DVODECIMO ESC 561, Bull 1043 VF/GVF with underlying gold tone £150 £250
576 English Single Halfcrown 1701 ESC 564 GVF a string and bold coin, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 £600 £700
577 English Single Halfcrown 1703 VIGO ESC 568, Bull 1357, NVF/VF with old grey tone and some light haymarking £150 £200
578 English Single Halfcrown 1706 Roses and Plumes ESC 572, Bull 1361, Good Fine or better/About VF, with pleasing old grey tone, with much eye appeal giving the impression of being a higher grade piece £175 £275
579 English Single Halfcrown 1707 SEPTIMO, Plain in angles and below bust, ESC 574, Bull 1366, GVF/NEF with blue toning, the obverse with a small flan flaw below the bust £150 £250
580 English Single Halfcrown 1707 SEXTO, Roses and Plumes, Narrow colon after REG, ESC 573A, Bull 1265 Near VF/GVF with a small edge nick, the reverse with flashes of gold, olive and red tone in the legends, the reverse with a light adjustment mark £150 £250
581 English Single Halfcrown 1708 Plumes ESC 578, Bull 1369, GVF the reverse with light gold tone £200 £400
582 English Single Halfcrown 1708 SEPTIMO, Plain in angles and below bust, ESC 577, Bull 1370, GVF/NEF with some light haymarking £150 £250
583 English Single Halfcrown 1709 OCTAVO ESC 579, Bull 1371 NVF with some contact marks and a slightly uneven tone £110 £150
584 English Single Halfcrown 1712 Roses and Plumes ESC 582, Bull 1374 VF with a pleasant and colourful underlying tone £175 £275
585 English Single Halfcrown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 583, Bull 1376 GVF with old dark grey tone and some haymarking, Ex-Spink £200 £400
586 English Single Halfcrown 1713 Roses and Plumes ESC 584 VF with a very small scuff on the obverse £200 £400
587 English Single Halfcrown 1714 Roses and Plumes ESC 585, Bull 1377 VF or very near so, nicely toned, the obverse with some light surface marks and some haymarking £125 £175
588 English Single Halfcrown 1715 Roses and Plumes ESC 587, Bull 1550 NEF with two small edge knocks and some small spots, nevertheless a very pleasing example of the type and scarce thus £1800 £2200
589 English Single Halfcrown 1720 20 over 17 Roses and Plumes ESC 590, Bull 1555 EF and choice, minor adjustment lines on the obverse barely detract, very hard to find George I Halfcrowns in high grade £2000 £2500
590 English Single Halfcrown 1739 Roses ESC 600, Bull 1679 VF/GVF, with pleasing tone and much overall eye appeal £250 £400
591 English Single Halfcrown 1741 41 over 39 Roses, Larger Lettering on the obverse, ESC 602, Bull 1683 VF and pleasing with gold toning £300 £500
592 English Single Halfcrown 1743 Roses ESC 603A VF/GVF and attractively toned £225 £325
593 English Single Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 GVF/NEF the reverse with a small tone spot and with minor haymarks and two small edge bruises £100 £150
594 English Single Halfcrown 1745 LIMA ESC 605, Bull 1687 UNC or near so, the obverse with some lustre traces, the reverse with some lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £875 £1000
595 English Single Halfcrown 1745 Roses ESC 604, Bull 1685 VF/GVF and with an attractive subtle tone £225 £325
596 English Single Halfcrown 1746 6 over 5 LIMA ESC 607, Bull 1689 A/UNC, a sharply struck example, with touches of golden tone and underlying mint lustre, minor haymarking barely detracts, an excellent type coin for the Halfcrown specialist, comes with an old collectors' ticket stating 'Bought Eva Hardy 1962 £11' £450 £550
597 English Single Halfcrown 1746 LIMA ESC 606, Bull 1688 EF nicely toned, with some minor haymarks £100 £200
598 English Single Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609, Bull 1692 UNC/AU and with an attractive even grey tone £2000 £2400
599 English Single Halfcrown 1750 ESC 609, Bull 1692, GVF/NEF with touches of gold toning £400 £800
600 English Single Halfcrown 1816 ESC 613, Bull 2086 UNC with golden tone, the reverse with light cabinet friction £150 £200
601 English Single Halfcrown 1816 ESC 613, Bull 2086 UNC with grey tone, a most pleasing example with excellent fields largely free from contact marks, comes with old collector's ticket stating :-Bought 'Earl of Tooting' 1966 £11 £250 £350
602 English Single Halfcrown 1816 Plain edge Proof ESC 615. Bull 2087, UNC and lustrous with some hairlines and small nicks in the obverse field, minor rim nicks barely detract, Very Rare £4000 £5000
603 English Single Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 A/UNC with some scuffs on the King's chin, and a contact mark above the head, Halfpenny 1771 Peck 896 NEF, Ireland Ten Pence Bank Token 1813 S.6618 EF and with an attractive subtle tone £180 £220
604 English Single Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 EF with touches of golden tone £125 £225
605 English Single Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 UNC with some uneven toning, a very sharp strike for this type £150 £300
606 English Single Halfcrown 1817 Bull Head ESC 616, Bull 3090 EF with gold tone, the reverse with touches of blue and magenta £125 £225
607 English Single Halfcrown 1817 Small Head ESC 616, Bull 2090 UNC a fresh, early strike with hints of toning, a choice example £220 £260
608 English Single Halfcrown 1817 Small Head ESC 618, Bull 2096 UNC or near so with a pleasing gold tone and some light cabinet friction £120 £150
609 English Single Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623 UNC with A deep gold tone, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 £300 £400
610 English Single Halfcrown 1819 ESC 623, Bull 2102 GEF £325 £375
611 English Single Halfcrown 1820 George III ESC 625, Bull 2105 GEF the obverse with contact marks £150 £250
612 English Single Halfcrown 1820 George IV ESC 628, Bull 2357 GEF with a small scuff in the obverse field £120 £180
613 English Single Halfcrown 1821 ESC 631, Bull 2360, Davies 171 dies 1A, Lustrous GEF £225 £350
614 English Single Halfcrown 1821 Heavier Garnishing ESC 631, Bull 2362, Davies 172 dies 1B, EF with some thin scratches and toning spots behind the King's head, a rare variety £200 £400
615 English Single Halfcrown 1823 Second Reverse ESC 634, Bull 2365 NEF/EF with a hint of gold toning £175 £300
616 English Single Halfcrown 1824 ESC 636, Bull 2367 GEF with golden tone and considerable eye appeal £400 £500
617 English Single Halfcrown 1824 Third Reverse Pattern in copper from polished dies ESC 641, Bull 2388 nFDC and rated R4 by ESC £2500 £3500
618 English Single Halfcrown 1825 ESC 642, Bull 2371 EF/GEF, with a small edge nick, the obverse with some hairlines £125 £225
619 English Single Halfcrown 1826 ESC 646, Bull 2375 VF/GVF with a little toning and a small edge nick £100 £120
620 English Single Halfcrown 1826 Proof ESC 647 nFDC with pleasing tone £750 £1500
621 English Single Halfcrown 1831 WW in block, Plain Edge Proof ESC 657, Bull 2473 attractively toned blue and gold, in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 Cameo £3000 £4000
622 English Single Halfcrown 1834 WW in script ESC 662, Bull 2478, UNC with an even golden tone, the reverse with a full striking to the shield, drapery and decoration, very few examples seen exhibiting full strikes to this eye-catching reverse £1200 £1400
623 English Single Halfcrown 1835 ESC 665, Bull 2481, EF with a few small surface marks, retaining some original underlying lustre and hints of gold toning £250 £350
624 English Single Halfcrown 1839 Plain edge Proof, One plain and one ornate fillet, ESC 670, Bull 2708, S.3885 (slab states S.3887 in error) in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 £3000 £4000
625 English Single Halfcrown 1840 EC 673, Bull 2715 EF with golden toning in the obverse legends, and a darker tone on the Queen's jaw £400 £500
626 English Single Halfcrown 1841 ESC 674, Bull 2716 NVG, Very Rare £200 £400
627 English Single Halfcrown 1843 ESC 676 sharp and prooflike Unc with peripheral gold and olive toning graded 78 by LCGS and in their holder £2000 £3000
628 English Single Halfcrown 1844 as ESC 677, Bull 2720, the obverse with the date and much of the legend double struck, AU/UNC and lustrous with gold tone, the obverse with some contact marks, overall very pleasing and with much eye appeal £400 £800
629 English Single Halfcrown 1845 with 5 appearing to over a defective 3, 1848 8 over 6 and Shilling 1867 with pellet over Die No 16 all VG and bright £100 £200
630 English Single Halfcrown 1846 ESC 680, Bull 2724 VF /GVF the reverse with a small spot above the shield, Florin 1885 ESC 861 NVF/VF £100 £140
631 English Single Halfcrown 1849 Large Date ESC 682, Bull 2730 EF/GEF the reverse with two small rim nicks £275 £475
632 English Single Halfcrown 1849 Large Date ESC 682, Bull 2730 GF the obverse tooled £275 £325
633 English Single Halfcrown 1853 Proof ESC 687, Bull 2736 UNC the obverse with some very minor contact marks and the coin has been cleaned. 14.12 grammes. Further research shows that PCGS and NGC have graded just 17 examples of this coin. Only issued as part of the 1853 Proof sets, which are of extreme rarity, this is a rare opportunity to obtain a key coin in the Victorian Halfcrown series. This last such coin offered by us was in February 2009.Our archive database indicates we have only previously offered one example, this being sold twice by us, as part of the Andrew Wayne and Roland Harris collections. £4000 £5000
634 English Single Halfcrown 1861 Good/Fair, one of the 'missing' dates in the Young Head Halfcrown series, mentioned by way of footnote in ESC by Rayner in the 1969 edition who had heard of an example sold in a "Northern" auction in Fair in 1967 for £115. £150 £300
635 English Single Halfcrown 1871 Fair, another of the 'missing' dates in the Young Head Halfcrown series. Also mentioned in ESC and Bull as a footnote £150 £300
636 English Single Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692, Bull 2741 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £750 £850
637 English Single Halfcrown 1874 ESC 692, Bull 2741 UNC or very near so with light toning and some minor contact marks £200 £350
638 English Single Halfcrown 1875 ESC 696, Bull 2745 GEF/AU with a subtle light golden tone, a most pleasing example with considerable eye appeal, Ex-Andrew Wayne Collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 932 £200 £350
639 English Single Halfcrown 1878 ESC 701, Bull 2751 UNC or very near so, with original mint lustre, a full and even striking, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, the joint finest of just 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, very few Young Head Halfcrowns attain these high grades £600 £700
640 English Single Halfcrown 1881 ESC 707, Bull 2758, Davies 591 dies 5D Lustrous UNC, Ex-London Coins Auction A126 6/9/2009 Lot 1191 £200 £350
641 English Single Halfcrown 1882 ESC 710, Bull 2761 AU/UNC the obverse with some contact marks £150 £300
642 English Single Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711, Bull 2762 About UNC with minor contact marks £125 £175
643 English Single Halfcrown 1883 ESC 711, Bull 2762 GEF £200 £250
644 English Single Halfcrown 1885 ESC 713, Bull 2765 GEF with some edge nicks £120 £150
645 English Single Halfcrown 1886 ESC 715, Bull 2765 GEF and lustrous with a subtle gold tone, the obverse with some light contact marks £150 £300
646 English Single Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head Proof ESC 720, Bull 2772 A/UNC with minor hairlines £225 £350
647 English Single Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head Proof, ESC 720, Bull 2772, Davies 641 dies 2A, minor hairlines, nFDC and attractively toned £200 £400
648 English Single Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717, Bull 2769 GEF or better, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £425 £475
649 English Single Halfcrown 1887 Young Head ESC 717, Bull 2769 UNC or near so and lustrous with a hint of gold tone £200 £400
650 English Single Halfcrown 1888 variety whereby PENSE has horizontal bar in N rare and unlisted in many references books choice Unc and graded 80 by LCGS and in their holder £200 £350
651 English Single Halfcrown 1890 ESC 723, Bull 2775, N of PENSE with horizontal bar, UNC and lustrous, a superior example with plenty of eye appeal £100 £120
652 English Single Halfcrown 1892 ESC 725, Bull 2777 UNC and lustrous with hints of gold and blue toning, a superb example £120 £160
653 English Single Halfcrown 1893 Proof ESC 727, Bull 2779, Davies 663, dies 2B, nFDC with attractive blue and green toning over original mint brilliance £300 £600
654 English Single Halfcrown 1894 ESC 728, Bull 2780, Davies 664, dies 1B, by far the scarcer of the two die pairings for this date, EF £100 £150
655 English Single Halfcrown 1895 ESC 729, Bull 2781, Davies 667, dies 2B, UNC and lustrous, the reverse with hints of gold tone £100 £120
656 English Single Halfcrown 1898 ESC 732, Bull 2784 Lustrous UNC with a few minor contact marks £100 £120
657 English Single Halfcrown 1899 ESC 733, Bull 2785 UNC and lustrous with a few small rim nicks £100 £120
658 English Single Halfcrown 1900 ESC 734, Bull 2786 Lustrous UNC and choice £100 £120
659 English Single Halfcrown 1902 ESC 746, Bull 3567 Lustrous UNC with minor contact marks £100 £150
660 English Single Halfcrown 1902 Matt Proof ESC 747, Bull 3568 nFDC/FDC £100 £120
661 English Single Halfcrown 1903 ESC 748, Bull 3568 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £800 £1200
662 English Single Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749, Bull 3570 AU/GEF with some contact marks and small rim nicks, very scarce especially so in this high grade £1300 £1600
663 English Single Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749, Bull 3570 EF with some light contact marks and small rim nicks that hardly detract, a very scarce date in this high grade £375 £575
664 English Single Halfcrown 1904 ESC 749, Bull 3570 GVF or better, the reverse with some toning at 9 o'clock £250 £450
665 English Single Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750 Near Fine reverse VG as the I of HONI and P of PENSE are not visible £200 £350
666 English Single Halfcrown 1905 ESC 750, Bull 3571 NVF with grey tone, and a gentle edge bruise below the date, nevertheless with pleasing eye appeal, we have seen many examples of similar quality graded as better than VF online £650 £1000
667 English Single Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751, Bull 3572 GEF or better and lustrous, the obverse with original, slightly uneven tone £325 £525
668 English Single Halfcrown 1906 ESC 751, Bull 3572, UNC or very near so with plenty of mint lustre, minor contact marks and small rim nicks barely detract £300 £500
669 English Single Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF/AU and lustrous the obverse lightly toned and with some contact marks £150 £250
670 English Single Halfcrown 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 EF/GEF with some contact marks and small rim nicks £180 £280
671 English Single Halfcrown 1908 ESC 753, Bull 3574 UNC and lustrous in an NGC holder and graded NGC MS64, Ex-Cheshire Collection, the NGC Census shows this to be the joint finest thus far graded £800 £1500
672 English Single Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754, Bull 3575 A/UNC and lustrous, scarce in this high grade £300 £600
673 English Single Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754, Bull 3575 NEF the obverse with some surface marks and a spot removed from the field £110 £140
674 English Single Halfcrown 1909 ESC 754, Bull 3575 NEF/EF with some edge nicks £125 £225
675 English Single Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755, Bull 3576 EF/UNC and lustrous £125 £175
676 English Single Halfcrown 1910 ESC 755, Bull 3576 UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £175 £250
677 English Single Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758 nFDC and very nicely toned £100 £200
678 English Single Halfcrown 1911 Proof ESC 758, Bull 3710 nFDC retaining full mint brilliance, with a hint of gold toning, the surfaces excellent with very few contact marks or hairlines even under magnification £175 £250
679 English Single Halfcrown 1913 ESC 760, Bull 3712 UNC with original lustre, the obverse with minor contact marks, a most attractive example with much eye appeal £110 £160
680 English Single Halfcrown 1925 ESC 772, Bull 3727 UNC with minor contact marks and tiny rim nicks only, an outstanding example, with original colour and lustre. In our experience much rarer than the 1930 in this superb state, and on consulting our archive database, stretching back to 2003, the finest example we have offered £400 £700
681 English Single Halfcrown 1926 First Head ESC 773, Bull 3728 UNC and lustrous £125 £150
682 English Single Halfcrown 1930 ESC 779, Bull 3739 A/UNC and very scarce in this high grade, the obverse with minor contact marks £200 £400
683 English Single Halfcrown 1953 Proof, Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 I of DEI point to a space. Weakly Struck first portrait. The Proof version of the early portrait, as used in the 1953 currency plastic set. Davies 2310, S.4137 in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS PR66 the attribution wrongly stated on the label to be S.4137A. Very Rare and now listed in Spink at £1700 FDC £250 £750
684 English Single Halfcrown 1953 Proof. Obverse 1 Reverse A. Obverse 1 :- I of DEI points to a space, weakly struck portrait, a Proof version of the early portrait as used in the 'plastic' set, of Davies 2310 (the standard proof is Davies 2311) this piece listed as 'to be confirmed' by Davies and extremely rare, UNC and lustrous with a few surface marks £250 £750
685 English Single Halfcrowns (2) 1818 ESC 621, Bull 2099 GEF with hints of gold toning the obverse with a scratch on the bust and some minor contact marks, 1819 ESC 623, Bull 2102 EF with some contact marks and a small tone spot by the Irish Harp £125 £225
686 English Single Halfcrowns (2) 1826 ESC 646 VF with some contact marks and a few small tone spots, 1878 ESC 701, Bull 2751 EF with some contact marks £125 £175
687 English Single Halfcrowns (2) 1836 ESC 666, Bull 2482 NEF with some very small rim nicks, 1885 ESC 713, Bull 2765 NEF £150 £250
688 English Single Halfcrowns (2) 1902 ESC 746, Bull 3567 EF/GEF toned, 1907 ESC 752, Bull 3573 NEF/EF starting to tone £125 £225
689 English Single Halfcrowns (2) 1911 ESC 757, Bull 3709 GEF lightly toned, 1912 ESC 759, Bull 3711 EF £100 £150
690 English Single Halfpennies (2) 1799 5 Incuse Gunports Peck 1248 UNC the obverse toned, the reverse with good lustre, 1858 8 over 6 Peck 1547 Lustrous UNC with small spot on the D of DEI, Half Farthing 1847 Peck 1596 Lustrous UNC the obverse with some toning, Third Farthing 1884 Peck 1936 UNC and lustrous with some attractive toning £275 £325
691 English Single Halfpennies (2) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 dies 1+A, UNC, 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G UNC, both with attractive original toning £150 £200
692 English Single Halfpennies (2) 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G A/UNC and lustrous, 1885 Freeman 354 dies 17+S A/UNC and lustrous, both with some toning £100 £120
693 English Single Halfpennies (2) 1875H Freeman 323 dies 13+K UNC with traces of lustre and original surfaces, the reverse with two small spots on Britannia's drapery, 1876H Freeman 325 dies 13+K* UNC or very near so, nicely toned the reverse with traces of lustre £200 £300
694 English Single Halfpennies (3) 1861 Freeman 277 dies 6+G AU/GEF and nicely toned, 1861 Freeman 282 dies 7+G UNC with attractive original toning, 1885 Freeman 354 dies 17+S A/UNC with traces of lustre, the reverse with minor tone spots £120 £170
695 English Single Halfpennies (3) 1866 Freeman 298 dies 7+G AU/GEF the reverse with some small spots, 1871 Freeman 308 dies 7+G NVF, 1890 Freeman 362 dies 17+S UNC with traces of original lustre and toning £150 £190
696 English Single Halfpennies (3) 1883 Freeman 349 dies 17+S A/UNC and lustrous with small spots, 1886 Freeman 356 dies 17+S UNC with around 75% lustre, 1891 Freeman 364 dies 17+S, UNC with around 90% lustre and a few small tone spots £180 £200
697 English Single Halfpenny 1717 GVF/VF the reverse with a flan flaw, and with some uneven surface porosity £200 £250
698 English Single Halfpenny 1729 Peck 830 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, many of the George II very hard to find in high grades, this in a very early number CGS holder (UIN 0000030), Ex-Andrew Wayne collection A113 5/6/2006 (Lot 980) and after LCGS has graded over 42000 coins, this is still the finest known example thus proving it's rarity, these early UINs now a small piece of Numismatic history £625 £725
699 English Single Halfpenny 1731 Peck 840 EF toned with a trace of lustre, slightly weakly struck in a couple of places £125 £175
700 English Single Halfpenny 1745 Peck 875 UNC an extremely choice example, attractively toned with small traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113, 5/6/2006 (Lot 994). One of the first coins encapsulated by CGS (UIN 0000035). LCGS has now recorded over 42000 coins on its Population report and only one other coin of this date has been recorded. We note only 4 George II currency Halfpennies of all dates have attained the 85 grade, with none recorded higher, therefore a choice coin for the type collector £1100 £1300
701 English Single Halfpenny 1748 Peck 878 UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, one of the first coins encapsulated by CGS (UIN 37) after over 42000 coins now graded, this is still the finest known, with just 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 (Lot 997) £650 £750
702 English Single Halfpenny 1752 Peck 882 UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 (Lot 1001) the joint finest known of just 3 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, one of the first coins encapsulated, and 42000 coins later a finer example has yet to be recorded £600 £700
703 English Single Halfpenny 1770 Reverse A Peck 893 UNC or very near so and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £300 £350
704 English Single Halfpenny 1774 Peck 907 UNC with much subdued red lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the reverse in particular with plenty of eye appeal, the second finest known of 7 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £425 £475
705 English Single Halfpenny 1790 Pattern by Droz in Bronzed Copper, Peck 971 DH14, Toned UNC retaining some original brilliance £320 £360
706 English Single Halfpenny 1797 Pattern in copper with plain edge, Peck 1157 KH7 Obverse with 2 Berries in wreath, the Reverse with 3 stays from foremast to bowspirit Toned UNC with a tone spot on the obverse, Rare, probably rarer than Peck indicates £300 £600
707 English Single Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 258 Lustrous UNC and choice, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the third finest known of 48 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £140 £180
708 English Single Halfpenny 1860 Toothed Border, Freeman 266 dies 4+B, lustrous UNC with a few scattered spots £100 £150
709 English Single Halfpenny 1861 F of HALF over P unlisted by Peck or Freeman, but known to be very rare, VG with some surface marks, the overstrike very clear £140 £180
710 English Single Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 269 dies 3+E UNC and lustrous, rated R17 by Freeman, comparable to the example in the Andrew Wayne and latterly the Roland Harris collection, we note that we have only offered two previous example in 15 years £220 £260
711 English Single Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter A, Freeman 290A dies 7+G VG Rare £125 £250
712 English Single Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter A, Freeman 290A dies 7+G VG the reverse with some light scratches behind Britannia, Rare £125 £250
713 English Single Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter A, Freeman 290A dies 7+G with a spot in the obverse field, all major details bold and clear £125 £250
714 English Single Halfpenny 1862 Die Letter B, Freeman 288 dies 7+E, Fine or slightly better for wear, with some contact marks and some verdigris to the left of the lighthouse, Very rare, we note there was no example in the Nicholson, Norweb or Andrew Wayne collections £350 £750
715 English Single Halfpenny 1862 Freeman 289 dies 7+G Choice UNC with traces of lustre, the second finest known of 40 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £200 £250
716 English Single Halfpenny 1864 Freeman 295 dies 7+G UNC with practically full lustre, a few small tone spots visible under magnification barely detract, scarce in this high grade £100 £150
717 English Single Halfpenny 1869 Freeman 306 dies 7+G A/UNC with traces of lustre £400 £600
718 English Single Halfpenny 1870 Freeman 307 dies 7+G Lustrous UNC with light gold and magenta tone, a small metal flaw on Britannia barely detracts £120 £150
719 English Single Halfpenny 1871 as Freeman 308 dies 7+G, with date spacing of 15 3/4 rim teeth, NEF/GVF with uneven toning, Rare £120 £150
720 English Single Halfpenny 1873 Freeman 310 dies 7+G UNC with around 40% subdued lustre £100 £150
721 English Single Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 330 dies 13+J, rated R14 by Freeman, UNC nicely toned with a small handling mark on either side, we note this is only the fifth example we have offered in 15 years £150 £200
722 English Single Halfpenny 1877 Freeman 332 dies 14+J Choice UNC with considerable mint lustre and eye appeal, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the finest known of 9 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £280 £350
723 English Single Halfpenny 1889 9 over 8 Freeman 361 dies 17+S EF with some subdued lustre £100 £150
724 English Single Halfpenny 1889 9 over 8 Freeman 361 dies 17+S, EF and lustrous with some small spots £120 £150
725 English Single Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 380 dies 1+A AU with subdued lustre £150 £250
726 English Single Halfpenny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 380 dies 1+A UNC with some lustre and light cabinet friction £180 £220
727 English Single Maundy Fourpence 1765 ESC 1909 Fine or better/Good Fine, the obverse with a hairline scratch, Extremely Rare, rated at R5 by ESC £500 £1000
728 English Single Maundy Set 1869 ESC 2481, Bull 3521, A/UNC to UNC with minor cabinet friction and a colourful matching tone, a scarce date £250 £300
729 English Single Maundy Set 1886 ESC 2500, Bull 3543 EF to UNC in a slide case £160 £200
730 English Single Maundy Set 1892 ESC 2507, Bull 3550, A/UNC to UNC with light cabinet friction and a deep matching tone, the Twopence and Penny each with a small spot £150 £175
731 English Single Maundy Set 1920 ESC 2537, Bull 3980 GEF-UNC and lustrous, the Fourpence with some rim nicks £180 £220
732 English Single Maundy Set 1928 ESC 2545, Bull 3988 EF to A/UNC, in a contemporary tortoiseshell-style box £100 £120
733 English Single Maundy Set 1929 ESC 2546, Bull 3989 GEF to UNC and lustrous the Penny with some small tone spots and a tiny rim nick £170 £200
734 English Single Maundy Set 1937 ESC 2554, Bull 4304 AU to UNC and lustrous with a matching light golden tone, the Penny with some small tone spots £120 £150
735 English Single Maundy Set 1953 ESC 2570, Bull 4559 A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, in a square red 'Maundy Money' box comes with original envelope headed "On His Majesty's' Service" and Royal Mint stamped, with compliments slip from 14/4/1953, an interesting early 1950's historical piece £750 £850
736 English Single Maundy Set 2011 aFDC staring to tone in a red presentation box £250 £350
737 English Single Maundy Set 2012 UNC still sealed in the original plastic £250 £350
738 English Single Maundy Threepence 1765 ESC 2035 Fine or slightly better with a small edge nick and some light haymarking, Extremely Rare, rated at R5 by ESC £500 £1000
739 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2010 London Olympics 2012 Faster - Neptune S.4915 Gold One Ounce Proof, FDC and choice, in an NGC holder and graded PF69 Ultra Cameo £1000 £1200
740 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2011 Jupiter - Higher, Gold One Ounce S.4916 FDC retaining full mint brilliance £1100 £1400
741 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2012 Mars - Stronger, Gold One Ounce S.4917 nFDC/FDC retaining practically full mint brilliance, the obverse with a hint of toning £1100 £1400
742 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2014 - Lunar Year of the Horse, Shengxiao Collection, Gold One Ounce S.5180A, virtually BU retaining full lustre £1100 £1400
743 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2017 - Lunar Year of the Rooster, Shengxiao Collection, Gold One Ounce S.5183A BU with full mint lustre £1100 £1400
744 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2018 Gold One Ounce, Queen's Beasts - Black Bull of Clarence. Minor bagmarks, virtually BU with full mint lustre £1100 £1400
745 English Single One Hundred Pounds 2018 Gold One Ounce, Queen's Beasts - Unicorn of Scotland. BU with full mint lustre £1100 £1400
746 English Single One Pound 2004 Gold Northern Ireland Pattern - Heraldic Beasts - Stag S.J20B (from the PPS4 set) Plain edge, hallmarked Lustrous UNC with some toning, uncased £400 £600
747 English Single One Pound 2015 12-sided Royal Mint Trial piece, Reverse with Crowned shield with decoration around, THE ROYAL MINT above and TRIAL PIECE below, EF with some contact marks £100 £120
748 English Single One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 GEF, Shilling 1825 Lion on Crown the 5 in the date double struck GVF, Sixpences (3) 1821 B of BRITANNIAR double struck, 1826 Lion on Crown the date double struck NVF, 1829 NEF, Groat 1888 GVF/NEF £125 £225
749 English Single One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1811 Proof ESC 970 PCGS PR64 desirable thus £1000 £1400
750 English Single One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1812 Head type ESC 973, Bull 2116 UNC and attractively toned, in a PCGS holder and graded PCGS 63, bought by the vendor as a Proof £200 £300
751 English Single Pennies (2) 1853 Plain Trident Peck 1504 VF/NVF with a series of thin scratches on the obverse, 1858 8 over 6, unlisted by Peck EF/NEF with some thin scratches and some edge nicks, both rare £120 £150
752 English Single Pennies (2) 1922 Freeman 192 dies 3+B UNC with minor contact marks and a handling mark, good even lustre, with no signs of the usual streakiness associated with Pennies of this date, 1926 First Head Freeman 193 dies 3+B UNC with good lustre and a few small tone spots £100 £150
753 English Single Pennies 1916 (2) Freeman 180 dies 2+B the first the recessed ear type with the (usual) broken border tooth above the colon stop after BRITT, A/UNC and toned, slightly streaky, the second the standard type with normal border teeth UNC with around 40% lustre, Halfpenny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 261 dies 2+B UNC with around 40% lustre and a small tone spot above Britannia, scarce in this grade £170 £220
754 English Single Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 UNC with light cabinet friction and around 40% lustre, these extremely difficult to find in lustrous state £425 £525
755 English Single Penny 1797 10 Leaves Peck 1132 UNC with light cabinet friction and around 70%/80% lustre, these extremely difficult to find in lustrous state £425 £525
756 English Single Penny 1797 Proof in Bronzed Copper Peck 1115 KP15 UNC, struck on an imperfect blank with two flan flaws in the reverse field, and with thin scratches in the obverse field £250 £500
757 English Single Penny 1825 Peck 1420 A/UNC with traces of lustre £275 £325
758 English Single Penny 1825 Peck 1420 EF with a slightly uneven, colourful tone £140 £180
759 English Single Penny 1826 Reverse A Peck 1425 AU/UNC with traces of lustre and with minor cabinet friction £400 £500
760 English Single Penny 1827 Peck 1430 GVF/VF a well-struck example excellent surfaces and very seldom seen as such £1200 £1500
761 English Single Penny 1831 Bronzed Proof Peck 1457 Reverse Inverted UNC or very near so with an edge bruise to the left of the date £300 £400
762 English Single Penny 1831 Peck 1455 EF with a hint of lustre £120 £150
763 English Single Penny 1831 Peck 1455 GVF with some contact marks and an edge knock £140 £180
764 English Single Penny 1837 Peck 1460 GVF/VF with some contact marks, the reverse with a tone spot, rare and seldom seen above Fine £240 £260
765 English Single Penny 1841 REG: Peck 1480 NEF once lightly cleaned, now almost fully retoned, Rare £250 £300
766 English Single Penny 1847 DEF Far Colon, No Colon after REG, the Reverse appears to be a sharper early strike, the shield having two distinct sharp raised lines, the rose also differing in that there are lines between the petals, in the style of the later Victorian Veiled Head Shilling reverses, About VF with many contact marks and several edge knocks, nevertheless a very rare and recently discovered variety, with few example believed to exist £500 £750
767 English Single Penny 1854 Ornamental Trident, No Colons on Reverse GEF toned £140 £160
768 English Single Penny 1854 Plain Trident, variety with raised dot in the obverse field below the first I in VICTORIA A/UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £120 £150
769 English Single Penny 1855 Plain Trident Peck 1509 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 BN £120 £150
770 English Single Penny 1856 Plain Trident, as Peck 1510 with only the higher colon dot after REG, no trace of the lower dot is visible, VG the variety very clear £120 £150
771 English Single Penny 1858 8 over 2, this variety previously thought to be 8 over 3 with die cracks through the top half and bottom half of all four digits of the date, recent research has stated this is more likely to be 8 over 2, indeed this coin shows a small part of the point of the 2 at the bottom left of the 8. Recent research suggest that this die only had a short working life (Source: Michael Gouby, article Spink Numismatic Circular May 2010 pages 72-73), UNC or near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £170 £220
772 English Single Penny 1860 60 over 59 Copper, Peck 1521, UNC with traces of lustre in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the date shows complete figures 6 and 0, and traces of both the 5 and 9 of the underlying 59, this feature rarely seen and as clear an overstrike as we have seen for this rare type, the finest known of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-Spink Auction 68 23/3/1989, Ex-Hopetoun House Collection £3000 £6000
773 English Single Penny 1860 Toothed Border as Freeman 10 dies 2+D, Gouby dies Dd, with T over higher T in VICTORIA, the understruck letter merges with the linear circle, also with double striking to some of the legend, Ex-Laurie Bamford Collection, Ex-DNW 20/6/2016 Lot 13 (realised £160) £250 £300
774 English Single Penny 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 dies 2+D some double striking to many of the letters in the legend A/UNC with a tone spot in the obverse field, retaining some original mint lustre £100 £150
775 English Single Penny 1860 Toothed Border, E of PENNY over P also with a die break right next to it. Unusually Freeman dies 2+D, this E over P variety normally found on the die pairing 4+D.On archive comparison of previous overstrikes of this type, this is closer to the Auction 152 Lot 2370 in style. Fine with some light corrosion and rare £100 £300
776 English Single Penny 1861 as Freeman 22 dies 4+D, the lower loop of the 8 incomplete, A/UNC with traces of lustre £140 £180
777 English Single Penny 1861 R over B in REG, Freeman dies 5+D only Fair, the overstrike clear, Very Rare £350 £450
778 English Single Penny 1862 Freeman 38 dies 2+G the reverse with CW countermarked on the reverse, rated R18 by Freeman £200 £250
779 English Single Penny 1863 Die Number 2, Freeman 45, dies 6+G (Rarity 19), Gouby BP1863C, Satin 47, pleasant Fine with some old scratches consistent with a Fine grade, this is the first example we have offered. As a relative guide to rarity, in the past we have offered one Die Number 3 and five Die Number 4 Pennies and 6 1877 narrow dates the last of which realised £5500. We also note the Laurie Bamford example of this die number 2 described as VF sold for a hefty £4000 way back in 2006 since when many coin prices have risen by multiples. There was no example in the Workman 1, Workman 2, Alderley, Crocker or Roland Harris Collections £3000 £6000
780 English Single Penny 1863 Die Number 4, Freeman 47 dies 6+G, Gouby BP1863B, Satin 49, only Poor but the date and die number very clear, only a few examples known £400 £800
781 English Single Penny 1863 Open 3 in date, Gouby BP1863B unlisted by Freeman, VG Rare £170 £220
782 English Single Penny 1869 Freeman 59 dies 6+G VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 40 £400 £500
783 English Single Penny 1870 Freeman 60 dies 6+G A/UNC with traces of lustre and a few small tone spots £170 £220
784 English Single Penny 1875H Freeman 85 dies 8+J EF and rare thus £450 £550
785 English Single Penny 1876 Wide Date Freeman 87 dies 8+J EF/GEF with traces of lustre £180 £220
786 English Single Penny 1876H Freeman 89 dies 8+K UNC with around 80% lustre, the obverse with a slight handling mark, otherwise choice £300 £400
787 English Single Penny 1890 Freeman 130 dies 12+N Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, UIN 3195, now the Population Report has recorded a further 39000 coins this has still yet to be surpassed £300 £350
788 English Single Penny 1891 Freeman 132 dies 12+N UNC with lustrous and prooflike fields, the bust lightly frosted, possibly a Proof or Specimen striking, a few small spots on the reverse barely detract £200 £250
789 English Single Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC with around 40% lustre, a very pleasing example, the reverse fully struck £100 £150
790 English Single Penny 1902 Low Tide Freeman 156 dies 1+A UNC with practically full lustre, in a PCGS holder and graded MS64 RB £170 £220
791 English Single Penny 1909 Freeman 169 dies 2+E, the 1 of the date points directly to a rim tooth, known to be excessively rare with only a few examples known, VG a bold example for the grade with the rim and rim teeth all fully visible with the variety very clear £750 £1250
792 English Single Penny 1912H Freeman 173 dies 1+A, UNC with around 50%/75% lustre £100 £120
793 English Single Penny 1915 Recessed Ear, as Freeman 179, dies 2+B, UNC or near so and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £120 £150
794 English Single Penny 1922 as Freeman 192 dies 3+B with the 'crows foot' variety on the obverse on the portrait, A/UNC with traces of lustre, rare £100 £120
795 English Single Penny 1926 Modified Effigy Freeman 195 dies 4+B GVF or better the obverse with some contact marks, Rare £300 £500
796 English Single Quarter Farthing 1868 Bronze Proof Peck 1616 UNC the obverse with a slightly uneven tone, the reverse with a small spot £400 £500
797 English Single Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 in an NGC holder and graded MS62 £750 £850
798 English Single Quarter Guinea 1718 S.3638 NVF/VF in a London Mint Office box with certificate £300 £500
799 English Single Shilling 1668 G over inverted G in GRATIA, VG a clear overstrike and unlisted by ESC or Bull £140 £180
800 English Single Shilling 1697C Third Bust ESC 1104, Bull 1175, Good VF and with an attractive grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 £375 £425
801 English Single Shilling 1702 Plain below bust, plain in angles ESC 1128, Bull 1385 Nearer VF than Fine, nicely toned, with a tone spot on the reverse £140 £180
802 English Single Shilling 1705 Plumes ESC 1132, Bull 1392 GF/NVF with some light haymarking £350 £500
803 English Single Shilling 1708 Roses and Plumes ESC 1149, Bull 1401 NVF and scarce £175 £225
804 English Single Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £275 £325
805 English Single Shilling 1708 Third Bust ESC 1147 lustrous AU/Unc with a subtle hint of golden toning, pleasing thus £250 £350
806 English Single Shilling 1718 Roses and Plumes ESC 1165 Unc with a lovely tone and graded MS63 by NGC £600 £900
807 English Single Shilling 1719 Roses and Plumes ESC 1166, Bull 1567 Fine or slightly better, the obverse with some thin scratches, Very Rare £250 £350
808 English Single Shilling 1720 Plain in angles ESC 1169, Bull 1573 GVF with a slightly uneven tone £350 £500
809 English Single Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, ESC 1176, Bull 1586 GVF toned with some light haymarks £125 £150
810 English Single Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, ESC 1176, Bull 1586 VF/GVF with a light haymark by ET £140 £180
811 English Single Shilling 1723 SSC First Bust, GEORGIVS with G's broken on the lower curve as ESC 1176, Bull 1586 EF/NEF £140 £180
812 English Single Shilling 1723SSC C over SS ESC 1176A UNC, the reverse with an attractive underlying tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £375 £450
813 English Single Shilling 1724 WCC, ESC 1182, Bull 1595, Fine, with surface porosity through having been in the ground, very rare in any grade, we note that our archive database stretching back to 2003 states that, of the six previous example we have offered, five have been VG, the other Fine, all the VG examples have realised £420 or more hammer price, the Fine example realising £1050 hammer price £300 £600
814 English Single Shilling 1731 Roses and Plumes T of A.T. over E, NVF/VF with minor adjustment lines on the reverse, unlisted by ESC or Bull £180 £220
815 English Single Shilling 1743 3 over 1 Roses ESC 1203A, Bull 1721 EF with an attractive green and gold tone £275 £350
816 English Single Shilling 1745 LIMA ESC 1205, Bull 1724 GVF/NEF with a pleasing old grey tone £105 £135
817 English Single Shilling 1747 Roses ESC 1209, Bull 1728 VF/GVF toned with very light adjustment lines and haymarks £105 £135
818 English Single Shilling 1763 Northumberland ESC 1214, Bull 2124 EF or very near so, with a pleasing light tone £800 £1200
819 English Single Shilling 1816 ESC 1228, Bull 2140 Choice UNC with an attractive and colourful tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 £150 £200
820 English Single Shilling 1817 ESC 1232, Bull 2144 Choice UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 £175 £225
821 English Single Shilling 1821 ESC 1247, Bull 2396 AU/UNC with attractive olive and gold toning £200 £250
822 English Single Shilling 1825 Laureate Head ESC 1253, Bull 2402 UNC with even grey tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £600 £700
823 English Single Shilling 1834 ESC 1268 in an NGC holder and graded MS63 £200 £300
824 English Single Shilling 1836 ESC 1273, Bull 2494 A/UNC and lustrous with some speckled toning £125 £250
825 English Single Shilling 1839 No WW on truncation, as ESC 1283, Bull 2979, but the A in VICTORIA with no left base serif, also the T in VICT has half an upright and only traces of a base, also the F in F:D: has part of the base missing. unusual, EF/GEF starting to tone £100 £150
826 English Single Shilling 1852 ESC 1299, Bull 3001, Choice UNC with a beautiful and original olive and golden tone, the second finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £550 £650
827 English Single Shilling 1854 the 4 overstruck with the underlying figure unclear, ESC 1302, Bull 3004 VG Rare £150 £200
828 English Single Shilling 1857 with italic 57 in date (tall 5 and 7) also with 7 over 7, and different to the 7 over 5 dies, (see illustrations in Bull, page 429) GEF and lustrous with some hairlines £100 £150
829 English Single Shilling 1858 8 over 6 Bull 3012, Davies 874, Choice UNC with an original and colourful tone, a superb example and rare thus £550 £650
830 English Single Shilling 1872 ESC 1324, Bull 3042 Die Number 23 UNC and lustrous with light contact marks, Sixpence 1853 ESC 1698, Bull 3189 AU/UNC and lustrous £220 £260
831 English Single Shilling 1872 ESC 1324, Bull 3042, Die Number 83, Choice UNC and colourfully toned £260 £320
832 English Single Shilling 1875 ESC 1327, Bull 3045, Die Number 54 UNC the obverse with a choice deep colourful tone, the reverse with underlying original lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £425 £475
833 English Single Shilling 1879 No Die Number Davies 712 dies 7C UNC or near so, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £160 £200
834 English Single Shilling 1898 ESC 1367, Bull 3163, Choice UNC and colourfully toned in the legends, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £120 £150
835 English Single Shillings (2) 1825 Shield in Garter ESC 1253, Bull 2402 EF toned with a small edge nick, 1910 ESC 1419, Bull EF toned, the obverse with some surface residue £125 £225
836 English Single Sixpence 1684 ESC 1524, Bull 581 EF or better with gold toning and some haymarks, a sharply struck example, comparable in quality to the Spink plate coin £500 £700
837 English Single Sixpence 1693 ESC 1529, Bull 869 VF with some haymarking on the obverse £300 £350
838 English Single Sixpence 1698 Plain in angles ESC 1574, Bull 1243 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £100 £160
839 English Single Sixpence 1700 ESC 1579, Bull 1250, GEF/AU a well struck example with attractive toning and a few scattered haymarks £180 £220
840 English Single Sixpence 1700 ESC 1579, Bull 1250, UNC with an excellent portrait, the legends with some die clashing, an attractive and original piece with grey tone gives plenty of eye appeal, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £425 £475
841 English Single Sixpence 1703 VIGO ESC 1582, Bull 1446 GEF/EF and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £325 £375
842 English Single Sixpence 1705 Plumes, Early Shields, ESC 1584, Bull 1448 VF and attractively toned with touches of green, gold and magenta £100 £150
843 English Single Sixpence 1708 ESC 1591, Bull 1456 UNC or very near so and lustrous with some light haymarking £400 £500
844 English Single Sixpence 1726 Roses and Plumes ESC 1602 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45, Ex-Andrew Wayne collection, London Coins Auction A113 5/6/2006 Lot 1382 £300 £350
845 English Single Sixpence 1741 Roses ESC 1613, Bull 1751, EF with an attractive and colourful underlying tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £350 £450
846 English Single Sixpence 1745 Roses ESC 1615, Bull 1453 GEF/UNC with grey and gold toning £150 £200
847 English Single Sixpence 1746 LIMA ESC 1618, Bull 1757 AU/EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £250 £300
848 English Single Sixpence 1858 ESC 1706, Bull 3200, Davies 1058 Choice UNC with olive and gold toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest of 5 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £425 £475
849 English Single Sixpence 1878 DRITANNIAR error, ESC 1735, Bull 3236, Die Number 6 with the Die number struck over a lower 6 as is normal for this type, Fine with a tone line on the obverse and rare £220 £260
850 English Single Sixpence 1887 Jubilee Head Withdrawn type, J.E.B on truncation ESC 1752B , Bull 3267 UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 £100 £150
851 English Single Sixpence 1903 ESC 1787, Bull 3599, UNC and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £120 £150
852 English Single Sixpence 1912 ESC 1797, Bull 3873, Choice UNC with attractive gold toning, the joint finest known of 19 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, one of the earliest pieces graded by LCGS and after a further 42000 coins have been graded, this has still to be beaten £125 £150
853 English Single Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1 VF/GVF and pleasing £600 £800
854 English Single Sovereign 1817 Marsh 1, S.3785 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £2250 £2750
855 English Single Sovereign 1820 Large Date, Open 2, Marsh 4, Bold Fine £350 £550
856 English Single Sovereign 1820 Marsh 4, Closed 2 S.3785C in a PCGS holder and graded AU55 £1800 £2200
857 English Single Sovereign 1822 Marsh 6 pleasing and lustrous, in an NGC holder, appears conservatively graded at MS61 £1750 £2250
858 English Single Sovereign 1823 Marsh 7 NVF/About VF, rated R3 by Marsh and very rare, we note this is one of the finest we have offered. £2250 £2750
859 English Single Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £850 £950
860 English Single Sovereign 1825 Bare Head Marsh 10 NEF £400 £600
861 English Single Sovereign 1825 Laureate Head, Marsh 9, approaching VF/GVF, rated R3 by Marsh, a pleasing and collectable example of this rare variety £2500 £3500
862 English Single Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 EF with prooflike fields, some hairlines visible under magnification £1700 £2200
863 English Single Sovereign 1826 Marsh 11 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62+ £1750 £2250
864 English Single Sovereign 1827 Marsh 12 GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 £1000 £1200
865 English Single Sovereign 1831 W.W incuse with stops, nose points to second N in BRITANNIAR, Marsh 16, S.3829, the obverse with a particularly pleasing strike from fresh dies, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 £3500 £4500
866 English Single Sovereign 1832 First Bust, Nose points to second N in BRITANNIAR VF/GVF, by far the scarcer of the two types £1300 £1600
867 English Single Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to second I in BRITANNIAR, EF/GEF, the fields excellent and with much eye appeal £2500 £3000
868 English Single Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to second I in BRITANNIAR, in an NGC holder and graded AU58 £1750 £2250
869 English Single Sovereign 1832 Second Bust, Nose points to second I in BRITANNIAR, in an NGC holder and graded MS61 £2400 £2800
870 English Single Sovereign 1837 Marsh 21 GF/VF with some heavy edge knocks and signs of filing on the top of the rim £325 £375
871 English Single Sovereign 1838 Marsh 22 Good Fine with some rim nicks, Rare £900 £1200
872 English Single Sovereign 1839 Marsh 23 GF/NVF Very Rare £1400 £1800
873 English Single Sovereign 1841 unbarred A's in GRATIA as Marsh 24, S.3852, in a PCGS 'Green Label' holder and graded XF45, a key date rarity in the Victorian series, rare in all grades £10000 £12000
874 English Single Sovereign 1842 Closed 2 in date Marsh 25 VF/NEF £450 £550
875 English Single Sovereign 1842 Marsh 25 NVF with some contact marks and a small edge bruise £200 £300
876 English Single Sovereign 1842 Open 2 in date, unlisted by Marsh, now listed by Spink, S.3852, GVF, the obverse with some hairlines, listed at £1000 in VF in the Spink catalogue £500 £750
877 English Single Sovereign 1843 as Marsh 26, the 3 of the date overstruck, the underlying figure unclear even under 10x magnification, possibly another 3 or 2, GVF/NEF £600 £700
878 English Single Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 EF/GEF with some contact marks and a few small rim nicks £350 £450
879 English Single Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 GF/NVF with a small spot after DEF £200 £300
880 English Single Sovereign 1843 Marsh 26 VF £200 £350
881 English Single Sovereign 1844 Marsh 27 Near Fine/Fine with small spot on the Queen's hair £200 £300
882 English Single Sovereign 1845 as Marsh 28, the 8 in the date with larger upper loop than lower (see Bentley Lot 976) GVF £200 £350
883 English Single Sovereign 1845 Marsh 28 with double struck A in GRATIA GVF/NEF £400 £500
884 English Single Sovereign 1846 Marsh 29 NEF/EF the reverse lustrous £400 £500
885 English Single Sovereign 1847 Marsh 30 the date figures all slightly double struck, NEF/About EF £400 £500
886 English Single Sovereign 1849 Marsh 32 EF with touches of red tone £350 £400
887 English Single Sovereign 1850 Marsh 33 NEF £200 £400
888 English Single Sovereign 1850 Roman 1 in date, unlisted by Marsh, S.3852C Fine with a spot in the obverse field £250 £500
889 English Single Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 NEF £350 £400
890 English Single Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45 £200 £325
891 English Single Sovereign 1851 Marsh 34 VF/NVF £200 £300
892 English Single Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 NEF/EF with a contact mark to the left of the crown £350 £400
893 English Single Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 NVF £200 £300
894 English Single Sovereign 1852 Marsh 35 NVF with some edge nicks £200 £300
895 English Single Sovereign 1853 WW incuse, the 5 of the date with a broken upright stem and thus appearing as a clear flat-topped 3, and is also double struck. This giving an odd appearance as the figure is also narrower than the following 3. The 1853 overdate or double struck dates catalogued in the Bentley sale all occurred with the WW Raised portrait type. (In all 5 are listed by Bentley), this coin a bold Fine, and potentially very rare £400 £800
896 English Single Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C Near VF £200 £300
897 English Single Sovereign 1853 WW Raised S.3852C NVF/GF with an edge nick £200 £300
898 English Single Sovereign 1854 WW incuse, R over lower R in REGINA, type as S.3852D NEF/EF £500 £600
899 English Single Sovereign 1855 WW Incuse S.3852D GEF a sharply struck and pleasing example £350 £400
900 English Single Sovereign 1857 Marsh 40 the 7 of the date thicker, possibly double struck, Fine £300 £400
901 English Single Sovereign 1859 higher 59 in date, as Marsh 42, (see Bentley Lot 1003) Good Fine £200 £300
902 English Single Sovereign 1861 Narrow date, Open 6 in date, and the first 1 struck over a lower 1, EF, an unusual date configuration, Spink lists type date with F over V in DEF, this coin shows no overstrike in this area. EF and lustrous £350 £450
903 English Single Sovereign 1862 Close Date S.3852D GF/NVF £200 £300
904 English Single Sovereign 1862 Narrow Date S.3852D NVF/VF £200 £300
905 English Single Sovereign 1863 Marsh 46 Fine £300 £400
906 English Single Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49 Die Number 38 VF £200 £300
907 English Single Sovereign 1864 Marsh 49, Die Number 80, GF/NVF £200 £300
908 English Single Sovereign 1868 Marsh 52 Die Number 1 NVF £200 £275
909 English Single Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon Marsh S.3856A Small B.P., EF/AU with lustre £400 £500
910 English Single Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Large B.P S.3856, Marsh 84A Good Fine £200 £280
911 English Single Sovereign 1871 George and the Dragon, Small B.P. Horse with Long Tail, S.3856A Good Fine £200 £300
912 English Single Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse Marsh 55 Die Number 29 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £500 £600
913 English Single Sovereign 1871 Shield Reverse Marsh 55 Die Number 47 About EF £200 £275
914 English Single Sovereign 1871S George and the Dragon Marsh 110, S.3858A Small B.P., NEF/EF with light contact marks £350 £400
915 English Single Sovereign 1871S Shield Reverse, WW Raised, S.3855 NEF/GEF the obverse with some contact marks £360 £420
916 English Single Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon Marsh 85, S.3853B VF/GVF £225 £275
917 English Single Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon S.3855, Marsh 111 NEF with some contact marks £500 £600
918 English Single Sovereign 1872 George and the Dragon, S.3856A, Marsh 85, Fine/Good Fine with a flaw on the reverse rim £200 £300
919 English Single Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse Marsh 56, Die Number 49 with the 9 over a lower 9 Bright GVF/NEF £200 £300
920 English Single Sovereign 1872 Shield Reverse, No Die Number, Marsh 47, A/UNC the obverse with choice prooflike fields £420 £460
921 English Single Sovereign 1873 George and the Dragon Marsh 86 EF £300 £350
922 English Single Sovereign 1873M George and the Dragon Marsh 95 EF and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £350 £400
923 English Single Sovereign 1873M George and the Dragon Marsh 95 GEF £350 £400
924 English Single Sovereign 1873S George and the Dragon Marsh 112 Good Fine in a 9 carat gold mount total weight 9.95 grammes £200 £300
925 English Single Sovereign 1874M Shield Reverse Marsh 60 GVF/EF £360 £420
926 English Single Sovereign 1875M George and the Dragon Marsh 97 EF/AU and lustrous £400 £500
927 English Single Sovereign 1876M George and the Dragon Marsh 98 GVF/VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50 £200 £300
928 English Single Sovereign 1878S Shield Reverse Marsh 74 Good Fine with some small digs £200 £300
929 English Single Sovereign 1879 Marsh 90 VF/NEF, Very Rare £1600 £2000
930 English Single Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon GEF/AU a very pleasing example, the fields particularly clean and virtually free from contact marks £350 £400
931 English Single Sovereign 1879M George and the Dragon, Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation S.3857 Good Fine with an edge bruise £200 £300
932 English Single Sovereign 1879S George and the Dragon, S.3858A GF/VF Rare £250 £400
933 English Single Sovereign 1879S Marsh 116, George and the Dragon GVF/NEF £300 £350
934 English Single Sovereign 1879S Shield Reverse C over O in VICTORIA NEF/EF a very attractive example, McDonald 126d (18th Edition) states only 2 examples known, Excessively Rare £500 £2500
935 English Single Sovereign 1880 Horse with short tail, WW buried in truncation, Small B.P. in exergue, this very faint, S.3856B, EF £320 £360
936 English Single Sovereign 1880 Second 8 over 7, Horse with long tail, WW buried in truncation, Small B.P. with the same combination of characteristics as Bentley lots 315 and 1224 (both of these are listed as S.3856D, but have WW buried in truncation) VF and unlisted by Spink as such £225 £325
937 English Single Sovereign 1880 WW buried in truncation, Horse with short tail, small B.P., Second 8 over 7, S.3856B, GF/NVF with some scratches on the obverse £200 £300
938 English Single Sovereign 1880M Shield Reverse, Marsh 61, S.3854, GVF/About EF, Very Rare, Marsh rates at R2, we note that in the past 15 years we have sold only 6 examples £1250 £1500
939 English Single Sovereign 1881M George and the Dragon, No B.P., Horse with short tail, S.3857A, GEF and lustrous, the obverse with some hairlines £300 £350
940 English Single Sovereign 1881M George and the Dragon. No B.P. Marsh 103B EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £400 £500
941 English Single Sovereign 1881M Shield Reverse Marsh 62 NVF/GVF, scarce £400 £500
942 English Single Sovereign 1881S Shield Reverse, Marsh 77 GEF/UNC and lustrous £400 £500
943 English Single Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon, Horse with short tail, Small B.P., WW buried in truncation S.3857B in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £375 £450
944 English Single Sovereign 1883M George and the Dragon Marsh 105 UNC or near so and lustrous, a most attractive example £400 £500
945 English Single Sovereign 1883S Shield Reverse, Marsh 79, EF/AU with some rim nicks, but retaining plenty of mint lustre £375 £475
946 English Single Sovereign 1884M George and the Dragon S.3854A, Marsh 106 NVF with some contact marks and some dirt in the legends and design £200 £300
947 English Single Sovereign 1884M Shield Reverse Marsh 65 AU/UNC and lustrous with very light contact marks £400 £500
948 English Single Sovereign 1884S George and the Dragon Marsh 121 EF/GEF and lustrous £320 £360
949 English Single Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon Marsh 107 GEF/AU and lustrous £320 £360
950 English Single Sovereign 1885M George and the Dragon S.3854A, Marsh 107NVF/GF £200 £280
951 English Single Sovereign 1886M George and the Dragon Marsh 108 NVF with a scratch on the obverse and an edge bruise £200 £300
952 English Single Sovereign 1886S Shield Reverse Inverted A for V in VICTORIA, the inverted A clogged, a unusual and newly discovered variety, GVF/NEF £500 £2000
953 English Single Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head G: of D:G further from crown S.3866, DISH L7 GVF £200 £300
954 English Single Sovereign 1887S George and the Dragon, Young Head Marsh 124 EF with some small edge nicks £320 £360
955 English Single Sovereign 1887S Jubilee Head Hooked J in J.E.B. S.3868A, DISH S1, NEF with small rim nicks, Rare in high grades £500 £600
956 English Single Sovereign 1888M G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3867B, DISH M10 GVF/NEF £200 £300
957 English Single Sovereign 1888M S.3867A First Head EF/GEF and lustrous with some contact marks £350 £400
958 English Single Sovereign 1889M G: of D:G: now closer to crown S.3867B, DISH M12, Fine/NVF £200 £300
959 English Single Sovereign 1890S G: of D:G: closer to crown S.3868B NVF/VF in a slide case £200 £300
960 English Single Sovereign 1892 S.3866C, DISH L16 Good Fine/VF £225 £275
961 English Single Sovereign 1892 S.3866C, Marsh 130, DISH L16 Fine/Good Fine £200 £280
962 English Single Sovereign 1892S S.3868C, DISH S16, About Fine/Good Fine £200 £300
963 English Single Sovereign 1893 Proof S.3874 retaining almost full original mint brilliance, in a PCGS holder and graded PR62 £4000 £5000
964 English Single Sovereign 1893 Veiled Head Marsh 145 GF/NVF £200 £300
965 English Single Sovereign 1893M Jubilee Head S.3867C, DISH M18, EF/GEF with a thin scratch on the reverse £350 £400
966 English Single Sovereign 1893M Veiled Head Marsh 153 EF/NEF £350 £400
967 English Single Sovereign 1894 Marsh 146 Fine, along with a silver Sovereign holder, with Birmingham ALD hallmark this in good used condition. £200 £300
968 English Single Sovereign 1894S Marsh 163 GVF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 55 £275 £325
969 English Single Sovereign 1894S S.3877, Marsh 163 Fine/Good Fine £200 £280
970 English Single Sovereign 1895M Marsh 155 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 £300 £350
971 English Single Sovereign 1895S Marsh 164 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63, according to the PCGS Population Report only one coin has graded higher £500 £750
972 English Single Sovereign 1896 Marsh 148 NVF/VF with some small rim nicks £200 £300
973 English Single Sovereign 1896M Marsh 156 Near EF, Half Sovereign 1887 Jubilee Head, Imperfect J in J.E.B Marsh 478C lustrous GEF £350 £400
974 English Single Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 EF/GEF and lustrous £350 £400
975 English Single Sovereign 1897M Marsh 157 in a PCGS holder and graded MS63 £500 £750
976 English Single Sovereign 1898S Marsh 167 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £375 £450
977 English Single Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171 the first Sovereign minted at the Perth Mint, EF/GEF and lustrous, small edge nicks barely detract, Rare in this high grade £450 £550
978 English Single Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, the first date Sovereigns were minted at the Perth Mint, in a PCGS holder and graded MS61 £550 £650
979 English Single Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, the first date Sovereigns were minted at the Perth Mint, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £750 £1000
980 English Single Sovereign 1899P Marsh 171, the first date Sovereigns were minted at the Perth Mint, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £950 £1150
981 English Single Sovereign 1899S Marsh 168 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £275 £350
982 English Single Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 Fine/Good Fine £225 £275
983 English Single Sovereign 1900 Marsh 151 GF/NVF £200 £300
984 English Single Sovereign 1900S Marsh 169 Fine, the surfaces showing signs of once having been in jewellery £200 £300
985 English Single Sovereign 1902 Marsh 174 Fine/Good Fine £200 £300
986 English Single Sovereign 1902 Matt Proof S.3969 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 £850 £950
987 English Single Sovereign 1902M Marsh 186 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £275 £350
988 English Single Sovereign 1902S Marsh 204 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £275 £325
989 English Single Sovereign 1903P Marsh 196 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £200 £300
990 English Single Sovereign 1904 Marsh 176 EF £200 £300
991 English Single Sovereign 1905S Marsh 207 UNC and lustrous, in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £300 £450
992 English Single Sovereign 1907M Marsh 191 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £200 £300
993 English Single Sovereign 1908P Marsh 201 VF £200 £300
994 English Single Sovereign 1910 Marsh VF with some surface marks on the obverse, in a presentation box £200 £300
995 English Single Sovereign 1910P Marsh 202 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £200 £300
996 English Single Sovereign 1910S Marsh 212 GVF/NEF £200 £300
997 English Single Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 EF and lustrous with a small scuff on the obverse £200 £300
998 English Single Sovereign 1911 Marsh 213 EF with some small rim nicks £200 £300
999 English Single Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 in an NGC holder and graded PF64 £1600 £2000
1000 English Single Sovereign 1911 Proof S.3996 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Ultra Cameo, at the time of writing, only 3 pieces have been graded higher by NGC £2200 £2600
1001 English Single Sovereign 1911C Marsh 221 UNC with a hint of toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £200 £400
1002 English Single Sovereign 1911M Marsh 229 EF £200 £300
1003 English Single Sovereign 1911P Marsh 250 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £275 £325
1004 English Single Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 EF £200 £300
1005 English Single Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 GVF/NEF £200 £300
1006 English Single Sovereign 1912 Marsh 214 VF £200 £300
1007 English Single Sovereign 1912M Marsh 230 NEF/EF £200 £300
1008 English Single Sovereign 1912P Marsh 251,A/UNC with some contact marks and an edge nick £250 £300
1009 English Single Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 GEF and lustrous £200 £300
1010 English Single Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 GEF/AU the obverse with some small rim nicks and contact marks £200 £300
1011 English Single Sovereign 1913 Marsh 215 NEF £200 £300
1012 English Single Sovereign 1913M Marsh 231 UNC or near so, lightly toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75 £200 £350
1013 English Single Sovereign 1914 Marsh 216 EF/GEF and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £200 £300
1014 English Single Sovereign 1914C Marsh 223 in an PCGS holder and graded PCGS MS62, rated R3 by Marsh with a mintage of just 14900 pieces £700 £900
1015 English Single Sovereign 1914P Marsh 253 EF with an edge nick £200 £300
1016 English Single Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 GEF and lustrous £200 £300
1017 English Single Sovereign 1915 Marsh 217 GEF and lustrous with some edge nicks £200 £300
1018 English Single Sovereign 1916 Marsh 218 in a PCGS holder and graded MS65, of 92 examples graded by PCGS, none have graded higher £1000 £1500
1019 English Single Sovereign 1917C Marsh 225 GEF with some light contact marks and an edge nick, Rated Rare by Marsh £250 £300
1020 English Single Sovereign 1917M Marsh 235 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCSG 65 £275 £325
1021 English Single Sovereign 1917P Marsh 256 EF in a Royal Mint box £200 £300
1022 English Single Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 EF/GEF £250 £300
1023 English Single Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 GEF/AU with some contact marks and a small edge nick £250 £300
1024 English Single Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 NEF £200 £300
1025 English Single Sovereign 1918P Marsh 257 NEF £200 £300
1026 English Single Sovereign 1921S Marsh 281 EF and lustrous with minor contact marks, Very Rare and rated R3 by Marsh £1500 £2000
1027 English Single Sovereign 1924P Marsh 263 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £275 £325
1028 English Single Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 EF with some edge knocks and a scratch on the obverse, Very Rare £1400 £1800
1029 English Single Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 GEF and lustrous with a thin scratch in the obverse field, Rare £1400 £1800
1030 English Single Sovereign 1924S Marsh 284 in an NGC holder and graded MS61, a very pleasing and high grade example £1700 £2200
1031 English Single Sovereign 1924SA Marsh 288 Extremely Rare rated R5 by Marsh, with a very low mintage of just 2660 pieces, graded MS61 by PCGS desirable thus £7000 £10000
1032 English Single Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 A/UNC and lustrous with light contact marks £200 £300
1033 English Single Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 GEF/AU £200 £280
1034 English Single Sovereign 1925 Marsh 220 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, the slab label showing 1915 £200 £300
1035 English Single Sovereign 1925P Marsh 264 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £500 £750
1036 English Single Sovereign 1925SA Marsh 289 NEF with some edge nicks and a small tone spot on the reverse £200 £300
1037 English Single Sovereign 1926P Marsh 265 a key date in the Perth Mint series, EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £1250 £1500
1038 English Single Sovereign 1926P Marsh 265 a key date in the Perth Mint series, in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £1000 £1200
1039 English Single Sovereign 1927SA Marsh 291 EF with some small edge nicks £200 £300
1040 English Single Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £200 £300
1041 English Single Sovereign 1928SA Marsh 292 NEF/EF £200 £300
1042 English Single Sovereign 1929M Marsh 247 EF/AU, Very Rare, rated R3 by Marsh £2250 £2750
1043 English Single Sovereign 1930SA Marsh 294 NEF £200 £300
1044 English Single Sovereign 1931P Marsh 270 A/UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £300 £350
1045 English Single Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 £3500 £4000
1046 English Single Sovereign 1937 Proof S.4076 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 Cameo, at the time of writing, only 5 pieces have been graded higher by NGC £3750 £4500
1047 English Single Sovereign 1957 Marsh 297 UNC or near so with a contact mark on the obverse and some small edge nicks £200 £300
1048 English Single Sovereign 1958 Marsh 298 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £275 £325
1049 English Single Sovereign 1964 Marsh 302 A/UNC with a thin scratch in the obverse field £200 £300
1050 English Single Sovereign 1965 Marsh 303 AU/UNC £200 £300
1051 English Single Sovereign 1968 Marsh 306 A/UNC £200 £300
1052 English Single Sovereign 2000 Marsh 314 Lustrous UNC £200 £300
1053 English Single Sovereign 2002 Shield S.SC5 Lustrous UNC with some light toning £200 £300
1054 English Single Sovereign 2002 Shield S.SC5 Lustrous UNC, lightly toning, with some very minor contact marks £200 £320
1055 English Single Sovereign 2005 S.SC6 Lustrous UNC with some minor contact marks £200 £300
1056 English Single Sovereign 2012 S.SC8 Lustrous UNC still sealed in the Royal Mint blister pack £200 £300
1057 English Single Sovereign 2014 the error mule, the reverse highly frosted and resembling a Proof strike, paired with a currency obverse, BU/nFDC a known variety, although unlisted as such by the Spink catalogue, recently offered at up to £3000 on internet websites £850 £1250
1058 English Single Sovereign 2015 Ian Rank-Broadley portrait S.SC9 Lustrous UNC £200 £300
1059 English Single Sovereigns (2) 1908 Marsh 180 NVF/GF with two edge bruises, 1910 Marsh 182 GVF with some scratches in the obverse field £400 £600
1060 English Single Sovereigns (2) 1910 Marsh 182 NEF with some small edge nicks, 1925SA Marsh 289 About EF £400 £550
1061 English Single Sovereigns (2) 1911 Marsh 213 EF with some edge nicks, 1913 Marsh 215 NEF with some small edge nicks £400 £600
1062 English Single Sovereigns (2) 1912 Marsh 214 NEF and 1913 Marsh 215 NEF £400 £600
1063 English Single Sovereigns (2) 1913 Marsh 215 EF/NEF with small rim nicks, 1915 Marsh 2165 GEF and lustrous with an edge nick £400 £600
1064 English Single Sovereigns (2) 1913 Marsh 215 NEF with small rim nicks, 1915 Marsh 217 EF £400 £600
1065 English Single Sovereigns (3) 1891M S.3867C GF/NVF, 1910 Marsh 182 GF/NVF, 1913 Marsh 215 NEF/GVF £600 £900
1066 English Single Sovereigns (3) 1911 Marsh 213 EF, 1912 Marsh 214 NEF, 1913 Marsh 215 NEF and with some contact marks £600 £900
1067 English Single Third Farthing 1827 Peck 1453 Lustrous UNC, seldom seen with lustre £100 £150
1068 English Single Third Farthing 1827 Proof or Prooflike UNC Peck 1454 UNC and nicely toned £250 £300
1069 English Single Third Farthing 1835 UNC and lustrous, the reverse especially choice, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 11 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £325 £375
1070 English Single Third Farthings (2) 1827 Peck 1453 A/UNC and nicely toned, 1835 Peck 1477 UNC and nicely toned with traces of lustre, a few small tone spots on the Reverse barely detract £100 £120
1071 English Single Third Guinea 1797 S.3738 in a PCGS holder a nicely struck example, and appears conservatively graded at AU58 £500 £600
1072 English Single Third Guinea 1799 S.3738 VF and bold, the key date in the series with Spink now listing at £1000 £600 £700
1073 English Single Third Guinea 1802 S.3739 A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, the finest known of 4 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £600 £700
1074 English Single Third Guinea 1810 S.3740 UNC or very near so and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, the joint finest known of 13 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £700 £800
1075 English Single Two Guineas 1687 S.3399 Good Fine with signs of expert repair above the bust and correspondingly on the French shield Crown, nevertheless of a pleasing overall appearance, and only the third James II example offered by us, we have offered more James II Five Guineas during this time period £2500 £3500
1076 English Single Two Guineas 1711 S.3569 in an NGC holder and graded VF20, our archive database shows that we have offered only 5 examples in 15 years £3800 £4500
1077 English Single Two Guineas 1739 Young Head, Repositioned legend on obverse S.3667B in an NGC holder and graded XF45 £2000 £2500
1078 English Single Two Pounds 1823 About UNC S.3798 the reverse with choice toning, formerly in an NGC holder and graded AU58 £2500 £3000
1079 English Single Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 EF and lustrous the bust with some frosting £1200 £1500
1080 English Single Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 GVF/NEF the reverse with some scratches £750 £1250
1081 English Single Two Pounds 1823 S.3798 in a PCGS holder and graded AU58 £3000 £4000
1082 English Single Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, the second finest of 34 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £1750 £2250
1083 English Single Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £700 £900
1084 English Single Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 in a PCGS holder and graded MS62 £700 £900
1085 English Single Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 NEF/GEF with some contact marks, the obverse with a small spot by the R and I of VICTORIA £500 £750
1086 English Single Two Pounds 1887 S.3865A in an NGC holder and graded MS62 £1100 £1400
1087 English Single Two Pounds 1887 Unc with a few tiny edge faults reverse rim £900 £1000
1088 English Single Two Pounds 1893 Proof S.3873 in an NGC holder and graded PR60, nevertheless retaining much original mint brilliance £2500 £3000
1089 English Single Two Pounds 1893 S.3873 retaining much lustre and with a pleasing overall appearance in an NGC holder and appears conservatively graded at MS62 £1800 £2200
1090 English Single Two Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3968 A/UNC with some contact marks £500 £750
1091 English Single Two Pounds 1902 Matt Proof S.3968 in a PCGS holder and graded PR63 £1600 £2000
1092 English Single Two Pounds 1902 S.3967 GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £475 £575
1093 English Single Two Pounds 1902 S.3967 Lustrous UNC in an NGC holder and graded MS63 £1600 £2000
1094 English Single Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 a choice example in an NGC holder and graded PF67 Ultra Cameo, at the time of writing there had been 156 examples graded of this type with none graded higher , this being the only PF67 Ultra Cameo and thus the finest example graded by NGC, and designated their 'Top Pop' coin £4500 £5500
1095 English Single Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 in an NGC holder and graded PF62+ Cameo £3500 £4000
1096 English Single Two Pounds 1911 Proof S.3995 in an NGC holder and graded PF66 £4250 £4750
1097 English Single Two Pounds 1937 Proof S.4075 in a PCGS holder and graded PR66 £2750 £3500
1098 English Single Two Pounds 1999 Rugby World Cup Gold Proof S.K10 nFDC uncased, with some light handling marks, only 311 issued £400 £600
1099 English Single Two Pounds 2014 Lord Kitchener - 100th Anniversary of the Outbreak of the First World War K.34 Gold Proof FDC uncased £550 £650
1100 English Single Two Pounds 2014 Trinity House 500th Anniversary K.33 Gold Proof, Spink states only 204 issued £550 £650
1101 English Single Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the First World War Armistice Gold Proof nFDC retaining practically full mint brilliance £550 £650
1102 English Single Two Pounds 2018 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force Gold Proof FDC uncased £550 £650
1103 English Large 1902 Proof items (7) Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Maundy Set, Halfcrown 1887 and Sixpence 1887 EF to UNC £125 £175
1104 English Large A collection in an album (389) GB and a few World, Sovereign 1914 NEF, Crown 1887, and Halfcrowns to Farthings and some Decimal issues, includes plenty of silver, in mixed grades, some of the later dates lustrous £400 £700
1105 English Large A collection in an album Farthings to Crowns mixed grades (lot) £350 £550
1106 English Large A mixed group Collections in Whitman Folders and Stock Boxes plenty in silver including Victorian types others in boxes and bags (over 16 kilos gross weight), along with a quantity of books and magazines mostly Spink (Seaby) catalogues and Coin News from the 1990s but includes Oman Coins of England and Linecar COINS Coin Collecting £380 £650
1107 English Large A mixed group with collections in Whitman Folders and Albums other sorted in bags and tins mostly some in better grades, includes some books and empty year set holders and two covers for display cabinets (lot, over 35 kilos gross weight) £200 £400
1108 English Large A mixed lot with a collection in an album, silver pre 1947 and 1920 issues including silver 3ds and more £150 £250
1109 English Large Brass Threepences (29) 1937 (3), 1938 (3), 1939 (3), 1940 (3), 1941 (3), 1942 (3), 1943 (3), 1944 (2), 1945 (3), 1952 (3) one of the 1939s EF, the others A/UNC to UNC, all with lustre some with almost full lustre, contained in a Whitman-style album £100 £150
1110 English Large Brass Threepences 1937-1967 a complete date run, the 1946 and 1949 NEF, others including the 1950 and 1951 A/UNC to UNC the vast majority with good or near full lustre, in two unofficial cases £200 £400
1111 English Large Brass Threepences 1950 (13) VF to EF some with lustre £180 £280
1112 English Large Brass Threepences a complete date run 1937-1967 (34) in a Whitman folder, includes the four obverse coins, A/UNC to UNC all lustrous, a few with tone spots, the 1946 AU/UNC with good lustre, the 1949 lustrous UNC with minor cabinet friction, the 1950 lustrous UNC with small tone spots, the 1951 a Proof issue nFDC with minor ribbon toning, one of the obverse coins is 1948 in Lustrous UNC £500 £600
1113 English Large Brass Threepences a complete date run 1937-1967 (34) in a Wittman folder, includes the four obverse coins, all the coins are lustrous, NEF to BU, some with small tone spots, the 1946 UNC or near so and lustrous with small tone spots, the 1949 UNC and lustrous, the 1950 A/UNC with subdued lustre, the 1951 NEF/EF toned with underlying lustre and some contact marks £500 £600
1114 English Large Brass Threepences in LCGS holders (2) 1948 Rounded Corners Peck 2390 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £75 £125
1115 English Large Britain's First Decimal Coins 5 coin set 1/2p - 10p in the blue wallets of issue (142), Crowns 1951 Proof (12) 11 boxed, 50p EEC (238) cased proofs 76 uncased 162 generally Unc - FDC some toned £160 £260
1116 English Large Britain's First Decimal Coins Set 1968/1971 (4), Crowns (73) 1953 (8), 1960 (1), 1965 (13), 1972 (6), 1977 (30), 1980 (6), 1981 (19), Fifty pence 1973, EF to UNC, plus a handful of other modern base metal coins and medallions, along with savings coin holders (3) for Sixpence, Brass Threepences and Silver Threepences, these in good condition £50 £70
1117 English Large Bronze in lustrous Unc Pennies 1917 (2), 1919 (3), 1920 (2) 1948, 1949 Halfpenny 1902 High Tide generally Unc most with very good to full lustre £75 £125
1118 English Large Bronze Pennies, Halfpennies and Farthings in LCGS holders (12) Pennies (4) 1897 Wide 97, LCGS variety 2, A/UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1902 High Tide, Freeman 157 dies 1+B, Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1912H Freeman 173 A/UNC with traces of lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1919 Freeman 185, UNC with good, slightly subdued lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, Halfpennies (3) 1887 Freeman 358 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1901 Freeman 378, Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1913 Freeman 392 UNC with partial lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Farthings (5) 1882H Broken F in F:D: Freeman 549 GEF toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1882 Perfect F in F:D: LCGS Variety 2, GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65, 1886 Freeman 557 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1887 Freeman 559 A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, 1890 Wide Date Freeman 562 UNC with considerable mint lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £200 £300
1119 English Large Bun Pennies (105) includes 1869 and 1871 (2) in mixed grades Fair to Fine £100 £150
1120 English Large Copper and Bronze (20) Pennies (15) 1834, 1841 No Colon, 1843 REG: , 1851 DEF Far Colon, 1853 OT (2), 1854 Plain Trident,1854 Ornamental Trident (2), 1855 Plain Trident, 1858 No WW, 1858 WW (2), 1881H, 1901, Halfpennies (2) 1853, 1855, Farthings (3) 1674, 1694 and 1837 in mixed grades with many GVF to GEF, housed in a Lindner Tray £400 £600
1121 English Large Copper and Bronze Fractional Farthings - Brass 3d. Including Victorian YH with good lustre (lot) £300 £500
1122 English Large Copper George IV, William IV and Victoria (pre 1860) Half Farthings - Halfpennies (14) many in better than average grades along with Farthings 1937 - 1956 complete in a Whitman Folder many of these lustrous £50 £100
1123 English Large Copper, Bronze and Brass pre Victorian - QE II plenty with lustre (lot) £500 £900
1124 English Large Crown 1844 Star Stops on edge, unfinished obverse die, with triangle shape around the hanging hair-curl, Near Fine, Shilling 1816 A/UNC and lustrous, One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token 1816 GVF, Pennies (3) 1862 EF/GVF, 1877 GEF and nicely toned, 1918KN NVF with some old scuffs on the obverse £100 £200
1125 English Large Crown 1889, Halfcrown 1887 Jubilee Head, Florins (7) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1918, 1923, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1945, Shillings (3) 1918, 1932, 1934, last NF/Fine, others VF to GEF, some attractively toned £110 £140
1126 English Large Crown 1927 Proof ESC 367, Bull 3631 nFDC, Halfcrown 1927 Proof ESC 775, Bull 3730 nFDC, Florin 1927 Proof ESC 947, Bull 3779 £240 £280
1127 English Large Crowns (11) 1888 VF toned, 1889 (2) GF cleaned and NVF, 1890 About EF/EF, 1891 Good Fine, 1902 VG/Near Fine, 1935 A/UNC toned, 1937 A/UNC toned, 1951 UNC (2), 1953 UNC £200 £250
1128 English Large Crowns (2) 1820LX VG, 1821 SECUNDO VG, Shilling 1787 Hearts VF, Twopence 1797 Fine, countermarked on the reverse, Penny 1797 VG with a scratch on the portrait, along with an empty Sovereign case for 10 Sovereigns and an empty slide case to hold 11 George V Sovereigns and two Hallmark Coins soft pouches £50 £80
1129 English Large Crowns (3) 1887 Bright EF, 1935 Specimen UNC in the red box of issue, 1937 AU/UNC £60 £90
1130 English Large Crowns (454) 1965 (144), 1972 (28), 1977 (107), 1980 (114), 1981 (61), EF to UNC many lustrous, (Total weight over 13 Kilos) £90 £120
1131 English Large Crowns (6) 1887 VF/GVF toned, 1888 Narrow date VF/GVF, 1900 LXIV GVF, 1936 Edward VIII Pattern in silver, Plain edge, by Hearn UNC, 1935 A/UNC, 1935 Specimen A/UNC £100 £150
1132 English Large Crowns (7) 1822 TERTIO Fine, 1892 VG, 1927 Proof VF/GVF, 1935 NVF, 1951 EF, 1965 UNC, 1977 UNC, Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 Good Fine, Halfcrown 1837 VG £180 £300
1133 English Large Crowns 1960 Polished Dies (25) Lustrous UNC many with uneven toning, Crowns 1960 Standard issues (4) A/UNC to UNC £140 £240
1134 English Large Crowns 1960 Polished Dies (30) Lustrous UNC many with uneven toning £150 £250
1135 English Large Crowns 1960 Polished Dies (30) Lustrous UNC many with uneven toning £150 £250
1136 English Large Crowns 1960 Polished Dies (30) Lustrous UNC many with uneven toning £150 £250
1137 English Large Crowns 1977 (521) A/UNC to UNC £105 £125
1138 English Large Crowns and Halfcrowns Charles II - QE II (lot) generally in higher grades £300 £400
1139 English Large Crowns in LCGS 'Encapsulation Only' holders (7) 1953, 1960, 1965, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981, Five Pound Crowns in 'Encapsulation Only' holders (14) 1990 Queen Mother 90th Birthday, 1993 Coronation 40th Anniversary, 1996 Queen Elizabeth II 70th Birthday, 1997 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Golden Wedding, 1998 Prince of Wales 50th Birthday, 1999 Diana Memorial, 1999 Millennium, 2000 Millennium, 2000 Queen Mother Centenary, 2001 100th Anniversary of the End of the Victorian Era, 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee, 2002 Queen Mother Memorial, 2003 Coronation 50th Anniversary, 2004 100th Anniversary of the Entente Cordiale UNC, Five Pound Crown 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee UNC in the Royal Mint wallet of issue, Two Pounds (2) 1986 Commonwealth Games EF, 1995 Peace Dove EF, Crowns (4) 1972 (2), 1977 (2) A/UNC to UNC, Sixpence 1950 Fine, and a modern copy of an 'Una and the Lion' in base metal Lustrous UNC £75 £125
1140 English Large Crowns to Farthings (135) Farthing 1799 UNC or near so with good subdued lustre, Halfcrown 1848 8 over 6 About Fine, as part of a group of George II to Elizabeth II includes some Double Florins, Bank Tokens, and Halfcrowns, we noticed a handful of scarcer types, in mixed grades, some later dates lustrous £480 £550
1141 English Large Crowns to Florins (20) comprising Crowns (11) 1679, 1696, 1707, 1818 LVIII, 1820 LX, 1821, 1844 Cinquefoil Stops, 1887, 1889, 1900 LXIV, 1902, Double Florins (2) 1887, 1888, Halfcrowns (4) 1817 Bull Head, 1820 George IV, 1826, 1837, Florins 1897, 1901, 1902 Matt Proof in mixed grades some EF to UNC, housed in a Lindner tray £1000 £1200
1142 English Large Crowns to Fractional Farthings (12) comprising Crowns 1845 Cinquefoil stops on edge (3) Near Fine to Fine, Pennies (3) 1797 GVF/VF, 1853 Ornamental Trident VF, 1891 VF, Farthing 1857 NEF, Third Farthings (5) 1902 NVF, 1913 (4) A/UNC (2), NEF/EF and NVF/VF £150 £200
1143 English Large Crowns to Fractional Farthings (290) the vast majority 20th Century base metal issues, many from the 1950s and 1960s, includes a few silver minors, in mixed grades a few EF £100 £150
1144 English Large Crowns to Fractional Farthings 17th to 20th Century (245) mostly base metal, includes a few in silver, the majority 20th Century, in mixed grades, with some later coins lustrous £150 £200
1145 English Large Crowns to Fractional Farthings William III to Elizabeth II (97) includes plenty of silver items, in mixed grades some EF-UNC with lustre £200 £250
1146 English Large Currency Set 1938 (10 coins) Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling (English), Shilling (Scottish), Sixpence, Silver Threepence, Brass Threepence, Penny Halfpenny and Farthing, NEF to UNC, the Halfcrown and English Shilling with small spots, comes with the card insert for the coins £75 £125
1147 English Large Currency Set 1949 (9 coins) Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling (English), Shilling (Scottish), Sixpence, Brass Threepence, Penny Halfpenny and Farthing, GEF to UNC, the Brass Threepence UNC with good subdued lustre, the reverse with a small tone spot, comes with the card insert for the coins £300 £500
1148 English Large Currency Sets (15) 1953 (10 coins, Crown to Farthing) UNC, 1954 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) UNC, 1955 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) UNC, 1956 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) UNC, 1957 (7 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1958 (7 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1959 (7 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) Shilling UNC/AU, others UNC, 1960 (8 coins, Crown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1961 (7 coins, Halfcrown to Penny) UNC, 1962 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1963 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1964 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1965 (9 coins, Crown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1966 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, 1967 (6 coins, Halfcrown to Halfpenny) UNC, clearly a carefully selected group, many of the 1950s issues in choice lustrous UNC and now becoming hard to find in choice grades £250 £400
1149 English Large Currency Sets (6) 1946 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) Brass Threepence NEF, the others NEF to UNC, 1947 (8 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1948 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1950 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1951 (10 coins, Crown to Farthing) , 1952 (4 coins, Sixpence, Threepence, Halfpenny and Farthing) GEF to UNC the 1950 and 1951 Pennies UNC, the 1950 and 1951 Threepences UNC, the majority of the coins with good lustre, a few with small spots £300 £400
1150 English Large Currency Sets (8) 1937 (11 coins, Crown to Farthing) GEF to UNC, 1939 (10 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1940 (10 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1941 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1942 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1943 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1944 (10 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, 1945 (9 coins, Halfcrown to Farthing) A/UNC to UNC, the Halfcrown with some contact marks, the majority of the coins with good lustre, a few with spots from long-term vinyl storage this possibly removable with care £200 £300
1151 English Large Decimal issues in high grades and in CGS slabs (circa 180) 1/2 - £2 with plenty of 50ps includes proof issues and the odd silver issue, generally in grades 90 and above some in date runs so a wide variety of different dates with no obvious duplication £100 £400
1152 English Large Double Florins to Maundy (14) Double Florins (3) 1887 Arabic 1 UNC or near so with attractive gold and olive toning, 1887 Roman 1 (2) GEF/AU and EF, Halfcrowns (2) 1920 GEF with gold tone, 1933 A/UNC and lustrous with a pleasing gold tone, Maundy Odds (4) Fourpence 1848 GEF the reverse with a colourful tone, Twopences (3) 1832 EF or near so with a small flaw on top of the obverse rim, 1878 EF toned, 1879 NEF with some hairlines, along with Pennies (5) 1841 REG No Colon NEF/GVF, 1858 No WW About EF, 1870 VG with a die crack running through the centre of the 0, 1880 VF, 1946 ONE' flaw Fine £300 £350
1153 English Large Edward VII Farthings - Halfcrowns sorted into years mostly from circulation a few lustrous includes 1905 Florins and a 1904 Halfcrown £200 £400
1154 English Large Ex Dealers retail stock Farthings - Halfcrowns mostly 20th century some with lustre £200 £400
1155 English Large Farthings (13) 1864 Plain 4, no serif, Freeman 511 dies 3+B UNC/AU the obverse with good lustre, the reverse with traces of lustre, 1865 the 5 overstruck, the underlying digit unclear, EF, 1865 5 over 2, Freeman 513 dies 3+B NEF with a scratch on the obverse, 1866 Freeman 514 dies 3+B UNC/GEF, 1867 Freeman 516 dies 3+B AU/EF with subdued lustre, 1868 Freeman 519 dies 3+B A/UNC toned, 1869 Freeman 522 dies 3+B EF, 1872 Freeman 523 dies 3+B EF toned, 1873 Freeman 524 dies 3+B, High 3 in date, clear of the linear circle UNC/GEF with traces of lustre, 1880 3 Berries Freeman 543 dies 6+D A/UNC with streaky lustre, 1891 Freeman 564 dies 7+F GEF/NEF the obverse toned, 1893 Freeman 568 dies 7+F NEF, 1898 Freeman 576 dies 1+A GEF toned £220 £300
1156 English Large Farthings (6) 1861 Freeman 502 dies 2+B, UNC and nicely toned, 1862 Freeman 507 dies 3+B EF, 1874H Freeman 525 dies 4+C GEF toned, 1875 Freeman 528 dies 3+B UNC with good subdued lustre, 1875H Freeman 532 dies 5+C UNC with good subdued lustre and a few small tone spots, 1876H Ordinary 6 in date Freeman 534 dies 5+C A/UNC with traces of lustre, the obverse with a colourful underlying tone £250 £300
1157 English Large Farthings (8) 1860 Beaded Border Freeman 499 dies 2+B Lustrous UNC, the obverse with a flan flaw, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 501 dies 3+B UNC with good lustre, 1866 Close 66 in date Freeman 514 dies 3+B UNC with around 20% lustre, 1878 Freeman 536 dies 5+C AU/UNC and lustrous, 1882H broken F in F:D: Freeman 549 dies 7+F GEF/AU with traces of lustre, 1885 Freeman 555 dies 7+F, UNC or near so with around 25% lustre, 1887 Freeman 559 dies 7+F UNC or near so and lustrous, 1895 Veiled Head Freeman 571 dies 1+A UNC with around 70% lustre £200 £300
1158 English Large Farthings (8) 1884 Freeman 553 dies 7+F UNC with around 75% lustre and hints of colourful tone, 1886 Freeman 557 dies 7+F, A/UNC with good subdued lustre over colourful tone, 1888 Freeman 560 dies 7+F Lustrous UNC with touches of colourful tone, 1890 Close Date Freeman 562 dies 7+F UNC with around 75% lustre the reverse with a small rim flaw, 1892 Freeman 566 dies 7+F, AU/UNC with good lustre, 1895 Veiled Head Freeman 571 dies 1+A, UNC and lustrous the reverse with a small tone spot, 1896 Freeman 572 dies 1+A About UNC with good lustre, 1897 Bright Finish, Freeman 574 dies 1+A Lustrous UNC £150 £200
1159 English Large Farthings (9) 1879 Ordinary 9 Freeman 538 dies 5+C GEF, 1881 3 Berries Freeman 545 dies 6+C EF, 1881H Freeman 548 dies 7+E (Cooke type D) A/UNC, 1883 Freeman 551 dies 7+F A/UNC with good subdued lustre, 1894 Freeman 569 dies 7+F EF/GEF the reverse with good subdued lustre, 1895 Bun Head Freeman 570 dies 7+F GEF/EF with uneven lustre, 1899 Freeman 577 dies 1+A toned AU/GEF, 1900 Freeman 578 dies 1+A Toned EF, 1901 Freeman 579 dies 1+A EF toned £150 £200
1160 English Large Farthings 1921 (1075 grammes, will be around 375 coins) UNC with varying degrees of lustre, some a little dirty or with a few spots £400 £700
1161 English Large Farthings Elizabeth II (150) 1953 (44), 1954 (34), 1955 (43), 1956 (29) UNC in tubes, some with toning or spots £150 £200
1162 English Large Farthings in two Whitman folders, the first album 1902-1956 (58) complete except for 1905 (there are two 1904 coins) includes three obverse coins EF to lustrous UNC, the Edward VII coins and early George V coins with mint dark toning, 1918 onwards all have considerable mint lustre, a very pleasing group, the second album 1937-1956 (24) includes four obverse coins in mixed grades VF to UNC some with lustre £180 £250
1163 English Large Florins (4) 1881 NVF/VF, 1887 Jubilee Head EF, 1889 AU/GEF and lustrous, 1906 GVF with some scratches on the reverse £50 £100
1164 English Large Florins (5) 1902 Lustrous A/UNC, 1903 NVF, 1906 NVF, 1907 NVF, 1910 GVF/NEF £150 £250
1165 English Large Florins (7) 1849, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1900, 1901, 1914, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1928 VF to Lustrous GEF £125 £225
1166 English Large Florins 1880 (15) all ESC 854, Bull 2900, Davies 771 dies 7B, a small and recently discovered original group NEF to GEF a few with some scuffs, we note that some share the same reverse die £1500 £2000
1167 English Large Florins 1880 (5) all ESC 854, Bull 2900, Davies 771 dies 7B, a small and recently discovered original group, GVF to EF £550 £750
1168 English Large Florins Elizabeth II 1960s issues UNC to BU many with full lustre (around 1000), in two cloth bags £90 £260
1169 English Large Florins George V (8) 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 (NEF), 1933, 1935, 1936 NEF to UNC in an unofficial case £110 £150
1170 English Large Florins, Shillings and Sixpences (74) Florins (16) 1849, 1871 Die No.39, 1873 Die No.174, 1875 Die No.72, 1878 Die No.7, 1879, 1881 xxri, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1900, 1901, 1902, 1907, 1928, 1932, 1951 and Shillings (52) 1723SSC with G countermark on the reverse, 1816, 1817 (2), 1825 Shield in Garter, 1825 Lion on Crown, 1826 (4), 1829, 1834, 1841, 1857 Italic 57, 1867 Die Number 1, 1883, 1887 Jubilee Head (4, one ex-jewellery), 1889 Large Jubilee Head, 1891, 1893, 1894, 1897, 1901, 1915, 1917 (2), 1918 (3), 1923 (2), 1926 Modified Effigy, 1928 (2), 1930, 1935, 1936 (3), 1937E, 1939E, 1942E, 1945S, 1946E (2), 1947E (2), 1948S, Sixpences (6) 1787 Hearts VF/NVF, 1816 NVF, 1834 Fine, 1835 Fine, 1887 Jubilee Head Revised NVF, 1888 NEF toned in a Lindner Tray and album page, in mixed grades, some later dates EF £250 £350
1171 English Large Florins, Shillings and Sixpences 1962-1967 (6.9 Kilos will be around £63 face) mostly UNC to BU and lustrous £60 £120
1172 English Large Fractional Farthings in LCGS holders (3) Third Farthings (3) 1827 Peck 1453 Toned UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1885 Peck 1937 UNC with some lustre, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, 1902 Peck 2241, A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, Half Farthing 1844 Peck 1594, EF/GEF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 65 £100 £180
1173 English Large GB and World (lot, 19 kilos gross weight) £200 £300
1174 English Large GB and World a collection in an album almost all 20th Century (127) includes Halfcrowns George V to Elizabeth II, Florins George VI and Elizabeth II with some 1940s and 1950s cupro-nickel issues in UNC, some silver issues in mixed grades to EF, Silver Britannia 2003 UNC, Crown 1937 EF and a small group of redeemable Decimal issues £100 £150
1175 English Large GB and World a mixed group comprising Victoria Golden Jubilee Set 1887 Silver set (7 coins) Crown to Threepence Good Fine to VF, Canada - The 50th Anniversary of the Canadian Flag 2015 a 3-coin set comprising $25 Silver Proof with coloured Canadian flag on the reverse, by Julius Csotonyi, One Dollar 2015 National Flag of Canada by John Mantha, 50 Cents 2015 in Gold, Reverse National Flag of Canada by Pierre Ledue, UNC to FDC in the case of issue with certificate, GB Two Pounds Britannia 2013 Lustrous UNC, GB Crown 1887 VF, GB Halfcrown 1894 VG, GB Shillings (2) Charles I Fine with some clipping, 1711 GF, GB Silver Threepences (2) 1927 Proof A/UNC, 1928 Fine, GB INA Set Wales 1887 undated Jubilee Head in three different metals UNC in a box, USA Dollar 1889 A/UNC, Tristan da Cunha Five Pounds 2015 Proof, Jersey Five Pounds 2014 D-Day 70th Anniversary UNC, Isle of Man 1/25th Crown 1990 Penny Black 150th Anniversary £150 £200
1176 English Large GB and World Crowns 1953-1981 (65) cupro-nickel issues EF to UNC some in slide cases, along with Books (2) Seaby Standard Catalogue 1967 and 'A Guide to the Department of Coins and Medals in the British Museum' second edition 1911 both in good second-hand condition £50 £70
1177 English Large GB and World including cased items (lot, mixed grades) £75 £100
1178 English Large GB and World mostly 19th and 20th Century includes some silver (lot) , also includes Britain's First Decimal Coins Sets 1968/71 (2) UNC, Dunkirk 1990 50th Anniversary Triumph of the Little Ships' BU in base metal, cased, pre-Decimal Pennies, Halfpennies and Farthings, World includes France, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Ireland, Medals mostly in base metal, and World Banknotes (7), in mixed circulated grades £100 £160
1179 English Large George V 1911 - 1919 Farthings - Halfcrowns sorted into years mostly from circulation a few lustrous £600 £1000
1180 English Large George V 1920 - 1936 Farthings - Halfcrowns sorted into years mostly from circulation a few lustrous £460 £700
1181 English Large George VI Farthings - Halfcrowns sorted into years mostly from circulation with many lustrous £500 £750
1182 English Large Groats in LCGS holders (3) 1838 Low 3 in date LCGS Variety 5 A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1840 Small Date Davies 1204 GEF toned in an LCGS holder and graded LOCGS 65, 1888 ESC 1956, Bull 3359 UNC with a choice and colourful tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82 £100 £150
1183 English Large Halfcrowns (10) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919 GVF to GEF £120 £150
1184 English Large Halfcrowns (20) 1920, 1926 First Head, 1927 First Reverse (4), 1928 (7), 1929 (6), 1931, Shillings (6) 1924, 1926 Modified Effigy (2), 1928, 1929, 1935, Sixpences (2) 1920, 1930 NVF to EF some with colourful toning £140 £240
1185 English Large Halfcrowns (24) 1817 Small Head (3), 1820 George IV, 1823, 1826, 1829, 1834, 1836, 1844, 1877, 1887 Jubilee Head (2), 1897 (2), 1914, 1915, 1916, 1921, 1923, 1927 First Reverse, 1947, 1957, 1967, in mixed circulated grades £290 £340
1186 English Large Halfcrowns (3) 1906 GVF/NEF, 1917 Lustrous A/UNC, 1919 UNC or near so in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, Florins (3) 1902 UNC or near so and lustrous, 1903 GVF, 1906 NVF £120 £150
1187 English Large Halfcrowns (31) 1936-1967 a complete date run NEF to UNC, Florins (30) 1937-1967 a complete date run, EF to UNC includes many lustrous pieces, in unofficial cases £60 £120
1188 English Large Halfcrowns (36) George VI (18) 1937, 1937 Proof, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1950 Proof, 1951, 1951 Proof, Elizabeth II (18) 1953, 1953 Proof, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1961 Polished Die, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970 Proof EF to nFDC a pleasing group £40 £80
1189 English Large Halfcrowns (40) 1937 (3), 1940 (1), 1941 (1), 1942 (7), 1943 (2), 1944 (5), 1945 (15), 1946 (6) GVF to UNC many with lustre, Florins (48) 1937 (9), 1940 (2), 1941 (1), 1942 (6), 1943 (8), 1944 (8), 1945 (9), 1946 (5) GVF to UNC, many with lustre, Shillings (44) 1939S (4), 1942E (1), 1942S (1), 1943E (1), 1943S (1), 1944E (6), 1945E (11), 1945S (9), 1946E (6), 1946S (4) VF to EF, Sixpences (5) 1940, 1941, 1942 (2), 1943 GVF to GEF, Silver Threepences (25) 1937 (9), 1940 (12), 1941 (4) in mixed grades to EF £170 £340
1190 English Large Halfcrowns (42) Victorian YH - 1970, Florins (38) Victoria - QE II, mixed grades £250 £350
1191 English Large Halfcrowns (6) 1887 Jubilee Head NEF, 1900 A/UNC, 1901 EF, 1902 EF/GEF, 1916 NEF, 1918 AU/GEF £125 £225
1192 English Large Halfcrowns (6) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1923, 1928, 1930, 1958, 1959, Florins (8) 1928, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, Shillings (3) 1887 Jubilee Head, 1918, 1928, the Halfcrowns 1928, 1958 and 1959 and Florin 1928 Lustrous UNC, others in mixed grades many EF and lustrous £120 £150
1193 English Large Halfcrowns (7) 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, EF to Lustrous UNC, a pleasing group £100 £120
1194 English Large Halfcrowns (8) 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre £60 £120
1195 English Large Halfcrowns 1962 UNC to BU many lustrous (around 800) in two cloth bags £90 £180
1196 English Large Halfcrowns 1966 (28), Florins 1966 (195), Shillings 1966 (1587) UNC to BU £90 £220
1197 English Large Halfcrowns 1966 UNC to BU many with full lustre (around 760) , in two cloth bags £90 £220
1198 English Large Halfcrowns a collection in an album (44) 1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1927 First Reverse, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, the 1925 NF/Fine, 1930 NVF, others EF to UNC, some including George V are Choice UNC £150 £250
1199 English Large Halfcrowns a collection in an album by date 1911 - 1970 most from circulation a few better includes a fantasy replica 1952 (64) £300 £400
1200 English Large Halfcrowns Elizabeth II 1962 to 1967 UNC to BU many lustrous (around 800), in two cloth bags £90 £220
1201 English Large Halfcrowns George V (8) 1928, 1929, 1930 (NEF with some lustre), 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935 NEF to GEF and lustrous £110 £150
1202 English Large Halfcrowns to Farthings (88, one holed) mostly 19th and 20th Century with a few earlier, includes Halfpenny 1719 on a large flan, and some silver minors, in mixed circulated grades, also Guernsey Five Pounds 1995 (2) UNC £100 £150
1203 English Large Halfcrowns to Farthings 18th to 20th Century (204, three holed) includes many silver minors, in mixed circulated grades, and a small group of World minors £200 £250
1204 English Large Halfcrowns to Silver Threepences (9) Halfcrowns (2) 1745 LIMA VG/NF, 1883 NEF, Sixpences (5) 1697N VG or better, 1758 F/GF, 1787 No Hearts (2) GF and NVF, 1952 GF, Groat 1836 About UNC and nicely toned, Silver Threepence 1944 GF/NVF £200 £250
1205 English Large Halfcrowns to Silver Threepences William III to George V in an album (63, some holed), includes Shilling 1727 George II Plumes VG, along with World (19) includes Canada 25 Cents 1870 NF/GF, also South Africa, France and others along with an additional group of Ireland Woods coinage (14) consisting of Halfpenny 1722, Halfpennies 1723 (12) with one example perhaps with traces of an overdate, Farthing 1723 Poor to NF £250 £350
1206 English Large Halfcrowns to Threepences (9) Halfcrowns (2) 1746 LIMA NVF, 1909 Good Fine, Florins (2) 1925 VF, 1959 A/UNC, Shillings (3) 1873 Die Number 34 EF, 1877 Die Number 17 VF, 1901 A/UNC, Sixpence 1911 A/UNC, Brass Threepence 1944 Lustrous UNC £150 £300
1207 English Large Halfpennies (16) 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre, a few with spots £150 £250
1208 English Large Halfpennies (18) 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 First type, 1925 Modified Effigy, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 GEF to Lustrous UNC £200 £300
1209 English Large Halfpennies (39) Copper (5), Bronze Victoria Bun Head (33) and Isle of Man 1839 in mixed grades VG to Good Fine £50 £70
1210 English Large Halfpennies (4) 1888 Freeman 359 dies 17+S Lustrous UNC and colourfully toned, 1889 Freeman 360 dies 17+S UNC with uneven but colourful toning, 1893 Freeman 368 dies 17+S UNC with considerable mint lustre, the obverse slightly subdued, 1894 Freeman 369 dies 17+S UNC and lustrous, the obverse with subdued colour £250 £300
1211 English Large Halfpennies (6) 1879 Freeman 339 dies 15+O, UNC with slightly uneven, but with original tone, the obverse with multi-coloured tone, 1881H Freeman 344 dies 16+Q UNC or near so with around 75% lustre, 1882H Freeman 347 dies 19+S, AU/GEF with lustre, 1884 Freeman 352 dies 17+S UNC with subdued lustre, the reverse with minor cabinet friction, 1887 Freeman 358 dies 17+S UNC or near so and lustrous with minor cabinet friction, 1901 Freeman 378 dies 1+B UNC with subdued lustre £250 £350
1212 English Large Halfpennies (9) 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919 A/UNC to UNC the 1915 with lustre traces, the others with good lustre or near full lustre £150 £200
1213 English Large Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits (20) George II (5), George III (13), Ireland George III (2), also George III Halfpenny Evasion (1) and Farthings George III Contemporary Counterfeits (2), in mixed lower grades £80 £100
1214 English Large Halfpennies Contemporary Counterfeits (25) George II (2), George III (23, includes an interesting crude reverse brockage), Ireland Halfpenny George III Contemporary Counterfeit and Farthing George III Contemporary Counterfeit, in mixed lower grades £150 £200
1215 English Large Halfpennies George V (one or two before) including pre 1920 issues (48) generally lustrous Unc £500 £700
1216 English Large Halfpennies in a Whitman Album (32) 1937-1967 Currency issues a complete date run, along with obverses, UNC many with one side lustrous, the other side toned £50 £100
1217 English Large Halfpennies in LCGS holders (3) 1875 Freeman 321 dies 11+J A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1888 Freeman 359 dies 17+S, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, (states Freeman 560 on the label), 1889 Freeman 360 dies 17+S, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 £275 £325
1218 English Large Halfpennies in LCGS holders (6) 1922 Freeman 401 dies 1+A UNC with good subdued lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1924 Freeman 403 dies 1+A, UNC with very good lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1926 Freeman 406 dies 2+B, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1933 Freeman 420 dies 3+B UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1934 Freeman 422 dies 3+B, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1954 Freeman 466 dies 3+A, UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 £100 £150
1219 English Large In high grade Halfcrowns 1967 (38), a mixed date group of QE II 2/6 (17), 2/- (4), 1/- (84), Sixpences 1967 (230), Shillings QE II mixed dates (2.7 kilos will be around 475 coins), Pennies mixed dates of late QE II in lustrous Unc (circa 500), Pennies 1966 an opened £5 mint bag, Shillings 1960 S £5 (100 coins) Unc, Halfpennies 1965 in lustrous Unc (circa 2,000) £100 £300
1220 English Large LCGS slabbed items (10) Crown 1889 Davies 483, VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, Halfcrowns (4) 1950 ESC 798B Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1953 Obverse 1, Davies 2310 Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1956 ESC 798K Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1959 ESC 798N, Choice UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Shilling 1893 Small Obverse Letters Davies 1010, UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Pennies 1935 (3) Freeman 212 each lustrous UNC and graded LCGS 82, Farthing 1843 Peck 1563 UNC with around 20% lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 £100 £150
1221 English Large LCGS slabbed items (11) Halfcrowns (9) 1914 ESC 761 GEF toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1915 ESC 762, A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1916 ESC 763 A/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1931 ESC 780, A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1932 ESC 781, A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1939 ESC 789, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1942 ESC 792, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1945 ESC 795, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 ESC 796, AU/UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, Crowns (2) 1935 ESC 375, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1965 Davies 2300, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 £220 £260
1222 English Large LCGS slabbed items (11) Shillings (10) 1824 B P (no stops) LCGS Variety 4, VG slabbed and graded LCGS 10, 1902 ESC 1410 A/UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1919 ESC 1429 A/UNC and lustrous, lightly toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1932 ESC 1445 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1933 ESC 1446, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1943 English ESC 1464, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 English ESC 1470, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 Scottish ESC 1471, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1948 English, ESC 1474, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1970 Scottish Proof ESC 1475PP, nFDC slabbed and graded LCGS 91, Sixpence 1945 ESC 1835 UNC, slabbed and graded 80 £200 £250
1223 English Large LCGS slabbed items (11) Sixpences (4), 1888 Reverse B, Davies 1162, UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1924 ESC 1810 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1945 ESC 418 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1946 ESC 1836, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, Brass Threepences (4) 1937 Peck 2370 UNC with good subdued lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1941 Sharp Corners Peck 2378, UNC and with some lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1944 Peck 2384, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1953 Obverse 1 Peck 2489, Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Farthings (3) 1917 Toned UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Finchampstead Collection, 1946 Freeman 646 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1954 Freeman 665, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 £170 £220
1224 English Large LCGS slabbed items (17) Halfcrowns (2) 1889 Dies 3C, LCGS Variety 07, N in PENSE with horizontal bar, A/UNC and lustrous, 1902 ESC 746AU/UNC and nicely toned, Shillings (3) 1900 ESC 1369 UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1916 ESC 1426 Lustrous UNC and choice, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1927 First Reverse ESC 1438 UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 12 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Sixpences (9) 1816 ESC 1630 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1817 ESC 1632, Choice UNC and attractively toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, 1826 Lion on Crown ESC 1662, GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1834 Large Date ESC 1674 GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1835 ESC 1676 A/UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1866 ESC 1715, Die Number 43, GEF/AU and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type, ESC 1752 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1887 Jubilee Head, Revised type, UNC, the obverse deeply toned, the reverse lustrous, Pennies (2) 1953 Proof Freeman 246 nFDC slabbed and graded LCGS 95, Ex-Dr.A.Findlow Hall of Fame Pennies, 1967 Freeman 257 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, Farthing 1862 Small 8 in date, Freeman 507, Choice UNC slabbed and graded LCGS 91, the joint finest of 23 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report £400 £600
1225 English Large LCGS slabbed items (17) Halfpenny 1902 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Farthings (15) 1864 Plain 4, Freeman 511, GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, 1908 Freeman 586, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1917 Freeman 596, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1921 Freeman 600, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Ex-Finchamptstead Collection, 1927 Freeman 607, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Ex-Finchampstead Collection, 1929 Freeman 611, UNC with subdued lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1940 Freeman 634, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCSG 80, 1941 Freeman 636, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 Freeman 646, UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1949 Freeman 652, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 801951 Freeman 656 UNC or near so, slabbed and graded LCGS 75, 1954 Freeman 665, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1955 Freeman 667, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1956 Freeman 669, Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, Third Farthing 1902 Peck 2241 Lustrous UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 82 £250 £300
1226 English Large LCGS slabbed items (2) Shilling 1884 Davies 921 dies 7D UNC in an LCGS holder slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Sixpence 1887 Young Head ESC 1750 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 £50 £100
1227 English Large LCGS slabbed items (3) Shillings (2) 1758 ESC 1213, Bull 1734 VF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 50, 1787 Hearts ESC 1225, Bull 2129, A/UNC with grey toning in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70, Sixpence 1787 No Hearts ESC 1626, Bull 2187 GEF/AU and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 70 £175 £225
1228 English Large LCGS slabbed items (3) Shillings (2) 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 UNC with even grey toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, Shilling 1911 ESC 1420, Bull 3799, Davies 1790, dies 1A, Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Threepence 1894 ESC 2106, Bull 3446, Davies 1353 dies 2A, UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £200 £250
1229 English Large LCGS slabbed items (7) Crown 1887 ESC 296 GEF, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Double Florin 1888 ESC 397, slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Halfcrowns (5) 1845 ESC 679, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, 1888 ESC 721, GVF slabbed and graded LCGS 55, 1942 ESC 792, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1945 ESC 795, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 ESC 796, slabbed and graded LCGS 78 £200 £250
1230 English Large LCGS slabbed items (7) Halfpennies (4) and Farthings (3) in LCGS holders Halfpenny 1771 Ball below spear blade Peck 898 VF, slabbed and graded LCGS 45, Halfpenny 1772 Reverse A, Peck 899, GEF slabbed and graded LCGS 65, Halfpenny 1827 Peck 1438 A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Halfpenny 1837 7 over 7 CGS Variety 02 VF slabbed and graded LCGS 50, Farthing 1773 Obverse 2 Peck 913, A/UNC toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, Farthing 1774 Obverse 1 Peck 915 NEF/GVF, slabbed and graded LCGS 55, Farthing 1883 Perfect F in F:D: About UNC with traces of lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 75 £150 £300
1231 English Large LCGS slabbed items (8) Florins (5) 1887 Jubilee Head Davies 810 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 80, 1915 ESC 934 GEF and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 70, 1932 ESC 952 Fine, slabbed and graded LCGS 25, 1942 ESC 962 UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 ESC 966, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, Shillings (3), 1943 English ESC 1464 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 78, 1946 English ESC 1470 UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS AU 78, 1946 Scottish ESC 1471, UNC, slabbed and graded LCGS 80 £200 £250
1232 English Large Maundy Odds (14) Fourpences (3) 1893, 1924, 1942, Threepences (4), 1679, 1686, 1762, 1763, Twopences (2) 1780, 1851, Pennies (5) 1677, 1703, 1792 Wire Money, 1795, 1800, in mixed grades many VF to EF £150 £200
1233 English Large Maundy Odds (18) Fourpences (6) 1849, 1855 (2), 1856, 1867, 1890, Threepences (4) 1762, 1763, 1886, 1908, Twopences (3) 1786, 1822, 1846, Pennies (5) 1720, 1786,1886 (2), 1893, along with Threehalfpence 1839, in mixed grades VF to UNC £175 £250
1234 English Large Maundy Odds (6) Fourpences (3) 1849 EF toned, 1899 (2) GEF toned and EF toned, Twopence 1899 EF toned, Pennies 1899 (2) both EF toned £40 £60
1235 English Large Maundy Odds in LCGS holders (4) Fourpence 1905 Lustrous UNC, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 88, 1900 UNC with some toning, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 82, Twopence 1831 VF and attractively toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 45, Penny 1831 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £110 £140
1236 English Large Pennies (107) 1902 Low Tide (1), 1912 (2), 1912H (46), 1918H (11), 1918KN (14), 1919H (20), 1919KN (2), 1926 (11) in average circulated grades £70 £90
1237 English Large Pennies (11) 1902, 1905, 1907, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 UNC includes some highly lustrous pieces £250 £400
1238 English Large Pennies (12) 1919, 1920 Freeman 188, 1921 Freeman 190, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935 and 1936 all UNC and lustrous, except for the 1934 this mint toned £200 £250
1239 English Large Pennies (16) 1845 NVG, 1861 1 over higher 1, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864 Crosslet 4, 1865 5 over 3, 1867, 1870 (2), 1871, 1873, 1876H, 1877, 1905, 1932, Victorians in mixed grades to NVF, the 1905 NEF/GVF cleaned, 1932 EF with traces of lustre, and Halfpenny 1889 NEF with some verdigris £100 £120
1240 English Large Pennies (2) 1827 Peck 1430 Fair/Poor, Rare, 1841 REG No Colon, the date with all digits double struck, underlying figures visible to the left, Peck 1484 GVF/VF once cleaned, now retoning, 1848 8 over 7 Peck 1495 EF/NEF the reverse with some scratches, Halfpennies (2) 1694 No stop on Reverse Peck 605 VG or slightly better, 1754 Peck 884 GEF/EF with a few small spots £350 £400
1241 English Large Pennies (20) 1889, 1895, 1902, 1904, 1911, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1921, 1927, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1951, the 1904 VF others NEF to UNC most with some or good lustre £75 £125
1242 English Large Pennies (29) 1927-1967 a complete date run, many including the 1950 and 1951 with lustre, Halfpennies (41) 1927-1967 a complete date run includes the 1957 Calm sea type, Farthings (30) 1927-1956 a complete date run EF to UNC most with good or full lustre, unless mint toned £125 £225
1243 English Large Pennies (4) 1902 High Tide, 1906, 1908 Freeman 166 dies 2+D, 1910 all UNC with considerable mint lustre, the 1902 with a toned obverse £120 £150
1244 English Large Pennies (5) 1844 NEF, 1854 Ornamental Trident NEF, 1855 Ornamental Trident NEF, 1918 EF, 1937 Proof UNC, Halfpennies (2) 1730 VF/NVF, 1799 5 Incuse Gunports UNC with traces of lustre, Farthing 1836 EF once cleaned now retoning £110 £150
1245 English Large Pennies (51) 1853 Ornamental Trident, 1857 Plain Trident, double struck date, 1858 Small Date with WW, 1860 Toothed Border Freeman 10 GEF, 1891 GEF, 1896, 1917, 1919, 1935, 1936 (6), 1937 (21), 1938 (4), 1939, 1947 (2), 1948 (6), 1950, 1953 along with a larger group of Pennies (327) 1949 (50) most with the 'forked tail to S of GEORGIVS' variety A/UNC to UNC, also with Bun Head (105) 1902 Low Tide (4), 1907, 1912H (63), 1918H (42), 1918KN (13), 1919 (2), 1919H (41), 1919KN (2), 1926 (4), Brass Threepence 1946, Silver Threepences (15) 1926 Modified Effigy (11), 1930, 1932, 1943 (2) these in mixed circulated grades £260 £320
1246 English Large Pennies (6) 1886, 1891, 1899, 1912, 1915, 1922 NEF to UNC £80 £120
1247 English Large Pennies (6) 1897, 1901 (5), Halfpennies (3) 1862, 1901 (2) GVF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre £80 £100
1248 English Large Pennies (7) 1863, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, Halfpenny 1860 Beaded Border, GEF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre, the first struck from rusty dies £50 £100
1249 English Large Pennies (78) 1902 Low Tide (1), 1912H (48), 1918 (1), 1918H (8), 1918KN (2), 1919H (13), 1919KN (3), 1926 (2) in mixed circulated grades £50 £70
1250 English Large Pennies in 2 Lindner trays (34) 1876H VG, 1912H (11) in mixed grades to NEF, 1918 (21) EF to UNC with varying degrees of lustre, some with spots, 1936 EF £150 £200
1251 English Large Pennies in LCGS holders (3) 1902 High Tide Freeman 157 dies 1+B UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 82, 1930 Freeman 203 dies 5+C Choice UNC and lustrous, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the third finest known of 64 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, 1951 Freeman 242 dies 3+C Choice UNC and with practically full lustre, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 £200 £250
1252 English Large Pennies Victoria Bun Heads (78) VG to Fine £80 £100
1253 English Large Penny and Halfpenny Varieties - Pennies (2) 1843 REG: Peck 1486, Bramah 3b DFF error the error E not having the top or base serifs, VG Rare, the obverse with long thin scratches and an edge nick, Rare, 1880 8 over 8 to left Gouby BP1880Af, an attempt has been made to repair the second 8 in the date. The preliminary test strike was inaccurate and shows to the left of the second 8 with a small piece of that test strike also visible in the bottom centre of the lower original 8, About Fine with some, unusual with very few examples recorded, Halfpenny 1699 Date in legend, Unbarred first A in BRITANNIA the second unclear, Peck 684/685 About VG on a pitted flan, both types are rare, along with Halfpennies (56) 1694, William III date worn, 1721, 1753, 1806 (3), 1838, 1843, 1853 (2), 1854, 1855 (2), 1856, 1860 Toothed Border, 1861, 1862 (2), 1870, 1888, 1925 Modified Effigy, 1937 (8), 1938, 1948, 1949 (3), 1950 (2), 1952 (2), 1953 (3), 1955, 1956 (3), 1957 (2), 1958 (5), 1959 (3) in mixed grades with many 20th Century lustrous, along with a further group of Pennies Victorian Bun Heads (90) these include 1871 VG, Penny 1917 EF and Italy 10 Centesimi 1866 VG £230 £260
1254 English Large Pre-1947 silver £14.30 face (Halfcrowns to Silver Threepences) in mixed grades £230 £300
1255 English Large Pre-1947 silver issues (45) comprising Halfcrowns (15), Florins (8), Shillings (16) and Sixpences (6) all but one are George VI issues, in mixed grades, mostly VF to GEF £150 £200
1256 English Large Proof Set 1927 (6 coins) Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Silver Threepence UNC to nFDC, uncased £400 £500
1257 English Large Shilling a collection in LCGS holders (46) all UNC, all but two in grades 80 and above:- 1937E LCGS 82, 1937E Proof LCGS 88, 1937S Proof LCGS 91, 1938E LCGS 80, 1942S LCGS 82, 1944S LCGS 82, 1945S LCGS 82, 1946E LCGS 82, 1946S LCGS 85, 1947S LCGS 85, 1950E LCGS 80, 1950E Proof LCGS 92, 1950S LCGS 78, 1951E LCGS 85, 1951S LCGS 85, 1951S Proof LCGS 91, 1953E (2) LCGS 88 and LCGS 78, 1953E Proof LCGS 85, 1953S LCGS 85, 1954S (2) LCGS 85 and LCGS 88, 1955E Davies 2411 LCGS 88, 1955S Davies 2451 LCGS 82, 1955S Davies 2453 LCGS 82, 1956E LCGS 88, 1956S LCGS 85, 1957E LCGS 85, 1957S LCGS 85, 1958S LCGS 88, 1959E LCGS 80, 1960E LCGS 88, 1960S LCGS 85, 1961E LCGS 85, 1961S LCGS 82, 1962S LCGS 85, 1963E LCGS 85, 1963S LCGS 88, 1964E LCGS 85, 1964S LCGS 88, 1965E LCGS 85, 1965S LCGS 85, 1966E LCGS 88, 1966S LCGS 85, 1970E Proof LCGS 93, 1970S Proof LCGS 95, many of these pieces are finest known or joint finest knowns in their respective LCGS Population Reports, a very pleasing selection with many choice examples £250 £350
1258 English Large Shillings (4) 1866 ESC 1314, Bull 3027 Die Number 48 About EF, 1873 ESC 1325 Die Number 20 EF, 1878 ESC 1330 Die Number 47 the 4 struck over a higher 4, unusual, NEF with a scuff on the obverse, 1878 ESC 1330 Davies 908 dies 6B Die Number 47, the 4 over a higher 4, GEF/AU and lustrous £260 £320
1259 English Large Shillings (68) 1927-1936, and 1937-1966 English and Scottish complete date runs NEF to lustrous UNC, all sets in unofficial cases £110 £150
1260 English Large Shillings (8) 1887 GEF/AU, 1888 8 over 7 GVF, 1889 Large Head AU/GEF, 1900 GVF, 1914 GEF/AU and lustrous, 1918 VF, 1920 A/UNC and lustrous, 1926 Modified Effigy GVF £50 £100
1261 English Large Shillings 1879 (2) both ESC 1332, Bull 3053, Davies 910 dies 6B, Die Number 1 VG and Die Number 8 VG or slightly better, Sixpence 1879 ESC 1736, Bull 3237 Die Number 13 VG £25 £50
1262 English Large Shillings and Sixpences 1960s issues in a cloth bag (around 11.5 Kilos, will be around £105 face) UNC to BU £90 £280
1263 English Large Shillings in an album (87) 1852, 1853, 1855, 1856, 1859, 1866 Die Number 27, 1867 Die Number 13, 1868 Die Number 9, 1869 Die Number 15, 1871 Die Number 16, 1872 Die Number 54, 1873 Die Number 1, 1875 Die Number 68, 1876 Die Number 12, 1877 Die Number 9, 1878 Die Number 13, 1879 Die Number 5, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887 Young Head, 1887 Jubilee Head, 1888 8 over 7, 1889 Large Head, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893 Small Letters, 1893 Large Letters, 1894, 1895, 1896 Small Rose, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926 First Head, 1926 Modified Effigy, 1927 First Reverse, 1927 Second Reverse, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937E, 1937S, 1939E, 1939S, 1940E, 1940S, 1941E, 1941S, 1942E, 1942S, 1943E, 1943S, 1944E, 1944S, 1945E, 1945S, 1946E in mixed grades to GVF includes some collectable Victorian examples £175 £350
1264 English Large Shillings in LCGS holders (2) 1897 ESC 1366 Lustrous UNC with an attractive and colourful deep tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80, 1900 ESC 1369 Lustrous UNC with a pleasing golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 80 £150 £200
1265 English Large Shillings in LCGS holders (6) 1888 8 over 7 ESC 1353A, Davies 983 UNC or near so and lustrous with an attractive gold tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1889 Large Head ESC 1355, Davies 986 UNC or neat or and toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1891 ESC 1358 UNC and lustrous, the reverse with hints of golden tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, 1892 ESC 1360 EF, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60, 1893 Small Obverse Letters ESC 1361A, Davies 1010, A/UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1899 ESC 1368 UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £225 £275
1266 English Large Shillings in LCGS holders (8) 1902 Matt Proof ESC 1411, Bull 3588 nFDC and graded LCGS 85. 1910 ESC 1419, Bull 3596 Lustrous UNC and graded LCGS 80, the second finest known of 33 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. 1911 ESC 1420, Bull 3799, Davies 1790 UNC with choice toning and graded LCGS 82, the joint finest known of 15 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. 1914 ESC 1424, Bull 3803 UNC and lustrous with golden tone and graded LCGS 80. 1927 Second Reverse ESC 1439, Bull 3829 Choice UNC and lustrous and graded LCGS 82. 1935 Choice UNC and graded LCGS 85. 1936 ESC 1449, Bull 3853 Choice UNC and graded LCGS 88, the joint finest known of 26 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report. 1937 English ESC 1450, Bull 4120 Lustrous UNC and graded LCGS 85 £100 £200
1267 English Large Shillings to Farthings (168) Shillings (7), Sixpences (102) Threepences (14, includes 1893 Jubilee Head), Groats (4), includes much pre-1920 and pre-1947 material with many Victorian issues or earlier, Halfpennies (2), Farthings (39, include Charles I Rose x 2) plus a Celtic Silver Unit (VF), Cut Halfpenny HENRICVS legend, London mint, plus an unattributed Ancient bronze, in mixed circulated grades £75 £150
1268 English Large Silver Threepences (9) 1942 (2), 1943 (4), 1944 (3) Good Fine to GVF £50 £75
1269 English Large Silver Threepences 1920-1941 (194) in mixed grades to VF £80 £100
1270 English Large Silver Threepences in LCGS holders (4) 1884 ESC 2091 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78, 1887 Young Head ESC 2094 A/UNC and nicely toned, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1902 ESC 2114 A/UNC with a deep and colourful tone, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 75, 1913 ESC 2127 UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £80 £120
1271 English Large Sixpences (18) 1816 (8), 1817 (5), 1818 (2), 1826, 1834, 1837 VG to Near Fine £80 £100
1272 English Large Sixpences (4) 1787 No Hearts NVF, 1825 GVF/NEF, 1879 No Die Number NEF, 1887 Jubilee Head, Withdrawn type A/UNC, Groats (2) 1836 A/UNC, 1888 UNC/AU and nicely toned, Threepences (2) 1935 UNC nicely toned, 1936 AU/UNC £60 £120
1273 English Large Sixpences (40) 1928-1967 a complete date run, GVF to UNC, and Silver Threepences (16) 1928-1944 VF to UNC in unofficial cases £110 £150
1274 English Large Sixpences (5) 1787 Hearts NEF, 1887 Young Head GVF, 1894 GEF, 1913 EF, 1928 UNC £100 £150
1275 English Large Sixpences (6) 1829 ESC 1666, Bull 2439 NEF/GVF, 1831 ESC 1670, Bull 2499 GEF/AU, 1866 ESC 1715, Bull 3213, EF, 1873 ESC 1727, Bull 3228 Die Number 59, About EF/EF toned, 1878 DRITANNIAR error, ESC 1735, Bull 3236, Die Number 6 with the Die number struck over a lower 6 as is normal for this type, VG/Fine, the obverse with some scratches, 1905 ESC 1789, Bull 3601 EF cleaned £550 £650
1276 English Large Sixpences in LCGS holders (2) 1902 ESC 1785, Bull 3597, Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85, 1913 ESC 1798, Bull 3874 Choice UNC and lustrous, in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 85 £175 £225
1277 English Large Sovereign 1989 500th Anniversary of the First Gold Sovereign S.SC3 FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate £600 £900
1278 English Large Third Farthings 1913 in LCGS holders (8) all UNC choice most with full mint lustre, two with light toning, slabbed and graded LCGS 85 (7) and LCGS 88 (1) £200 £300
1279 English Large Twenty Pounds (10) 2013 George and the Dragon (4), 2014 The First World War (5), 2015 Churchill 50th Anniversary of his Death, all in silver, UNC to BU and lustrous a few with contact marks £140 £180
1280 English Large Two Pences in original £20 boxes (4 boxes), One Penny in original £20 boxes (2 boxes), Half Penny in original £20 box (1 box), some boxes unopened £120 £280
1281 English Large Two Pounds Britannia Silver 2015 UNC, Banknote Five Pound Peppiatt June 18 1947 Fine, along with a further £13.50 face Five Pounds to Ten shillings Beale to Somerset in mixed grades, along with a quantity of pre-decimal Crowns to Farthings with a small amount of pre-1947 silver, in mixed grades, along with two base metal medallic items and a hammered Afghanistan fractional Rupee, in mixed grades £75 £125
1282 English Large Twopences 1797 (2), Pennies (2) 1806, 1877, Halfpennies (4) 1799, 1806, 1826, 1854 NF to VF one of the Twopences with some scratches £80 £100
1283 English Large Twopences 1797 (3) Fine/Good Fine, Near Fine/About Fine, and VG, the first two with good edges £50 £75
1284 English Large Victoria Bun Head Pennies (219) all but one VG to Fine includes 1869 (2) and 1871 Poor, and Bun Head Halfpennies (5) VG to Fine, and Victoria Penny 1895 2mm VG £150 £250
1285 English Large Victoria Jubilee Head Gold 1887 (4) Five Pounds 1887 S.3864 EF with some hairlines, Two Pounds 1887 S.3865 EF the reverse cleaned and with a flan flaw below the horses tail, Sovereign 1887 S.3866, DISH L7, NEF, Half Sovereign 1887 S.3869 EF £2500 £3500
1286 English Large Victorian (and a few earlier) Farthings - Halfcrowns sorted into years mostly from circulation a few lustrous £300 £600
1287 English Large Victorian Pennies, bronze (13.7 kilos, will be approaching 1500 coins) mostly Veiled Head though some are buns, from circulation £250 £500
1288 Bonds and Shares Australia Scrip Certificates (16) The Extended Crown Cross Reef Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell Capital £20,000 (3), The Extended Crown Cross Reef Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria, Capital £40,000 (4), Victoria Scrip Certificate, The West Scotchman's No.2 Quartz Mining Company Limited (2), The Lorne Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria (2), 7,8 and 9 North Scotchman's Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria (2), The Mainstay Quartz Mining Company Limited, Stawell, Victoria (2) , Parkins Reef Quartz Mining Association, Parkins Reef Tarrangower, VF, along with Australia (3), very early date old cheques, 1830, 1837 & 1839, including Hobart Town branch, various conditions, need viewing £140 £180
1289 Bonds and Shares Bonds and Shares a large group, comprising Austria-Hungary Bank Mortgage 4% Bank Bond 5000 Gulden/5000 Forint 1889 (33), Austria-Hungary Bank Mortgage 4% Bank Bond 1000 Gulden/1000 Forint 1893 (89), Austria-Hungary Bank Mortgage 4% Bank Bond 100 Gulden/100 Forint 1899 (18), Austria 1892 4% Debenture Certificates 2000 Kronen (around 200), Austria 1892 4% Debenture Certificates 1000 Kronen (around 400), Austria 1892 4% Debenture Certificates 200 Kronen (around 1300), Austria 1892 4% Debenture Certificates 100 Kronen (134), generally in high grades some items with pencil marks or ink stamps, Reichsgau Salzburg, a group of around 1180 comprising 4% Schuldverschreibung 1000 Reichsmark, Salzburg 1 Jui 1940 Gruppe C (around 745), 500 Reichsmark, Gruppe B (around 215), 100 Reichsmark Gruppe A (around 220) VF to EF, The Reichsgau Salzburg (Gau Salzburg) was an administrative division of Nazi Germany in Salzburg. It existed between 1938 and 1945. This bond of 11.2 million Reichmark was issued according to the ordonnance from 14. June 1940 on interest-reduction and the change of currency, and was replacing the loan of 1937. Quoted at the Vienna exchange. Print signature of NSDAP-Gauleiter Friedrich Rainer (1903-1947) as Reichsstatthalter of Salzburg. (In Yugoslavia, he was found guilty of crimes against the people and sentenced to death in 1947.) EBG Oberösterreichische Elektro-Bau (around 975) comprising a mix of Vorzugsaktien and Stammaktie types 25 Vorzugsaktien, 25 x 100 Schilling, 12 November 1937 (around 125), 1 x 100 Schilling a mix of Vorzugsaktien and Stammaktie types (around 850) VF to EF. This electrotechnical company was founded in 1922 in Linz. In 1937, capital was increased by 400,000 Schilling. Today VA Tech Elin EBG. Compagne Des Tramways Electriques, from Limoges to Aixe - Action of 100 Francs (around 100) EF all with the majority of coupons, France General Society for the Sanitation of Cities and Towns (around 60) EF most with the majority of coupons, General Motors Corporation Share Certificates, $1 2/3 blue, (around 100) around VF, The Arro Expansion Bolt Company 1963 Blue stock Certificates (40) About EF some with pencil marks, Spain - Minas Del Centenillo, Sociedad Share Certificates 500 Pesetas 1921 (36) with coupons Fine to VF, Spain - Electrade Viesgo , Bilbao Share Certificates 1000 Pesetas 1956 (11) VF to GVF, USA Ronson Corporation 100 Shares (4) VF to EF, American Brands Inc. Stock Certificates (2) 100 Shares 1977 and 1 Share 1979 $2.67 VF, USA Clevite Corporation Share Certificate 1965 NEF, USA Brandywine Sports Inc. Share Certificate 1977 Fine, USA General Computing Machines Corporation 100 Shares certificate 1953 (3) VF to EF, USA The Hobartt Manufacturing Company 100 Shares certificate 1971 Fine, USA The Glen Alden Corporation $1000 Debenture certificate 1971 VF, USA Columbia Technical Corporation 100 Share certificate 1975 VF (Large Lot, over 75 Kilos) £600 £1200
1290 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine or better, with pencil and ink annotations (10) £350 £700
1291 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine, most with pencil annotations (10) £350 £700
1292 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £100, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine, most with pencil annotations (10) £350 £700
1293 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issue, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons. Generally Fine to VF, with pencil annotations (10). £100 £150
1294 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issue, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons. Generally Fine to VF, with pencil annotations (10). £100 £150
1295 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issue, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons. Generally Fine to VF, with pencil annotations (10). £100 £150
1296 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 10 x bonds for £20, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issue, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & brown with coupons. Generally NVF to VF, some with pencil annotations (10). £100 £150
1297 Bonds and Shares China, Chinese Government 1913 Reorganisation Gold Loan, 11 x bonds for £100, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation issues, vignettes of Mercury and Chinese scenes, black & blue, with coupons. Generally Fine, most with pencil annotations, one stapled (11) £350 £700
1298 Bonds and Shares Oil, Refining and Petroleum related (10) USA Texas Duke Oil Company, Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Texas, 1919, for 100 Shares of $1, black and green with mining vignette, NVF, USA The United Crude Oil Company, Bakersfield, California, 1908, for 100 shares of $1, black and brown/green reverse, with mining vignettes, VF, USA Continental Asphalt and Petroleum Company Delaware, 15 Shares of $10, female portrait vignette About VF with two folds, Cuban-American Petroleum Company, Arizona, 200 Shares of $1, black and green with oilfield vignette, Fine, USA Palmer Union Oil Company, California 1911, for 625 shares of $1, Black and blue, Fine, USA Corona Oil and Refining Co., Inc. Delaware 1910, unissued, Black and brown, Fine, USA, Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1968 green and black, for 100 shares of $1, VF with pencil annotation on the top right, USA , Tribune Oil Company, 1963, Blue, for 100 shares of 50 Cents (2), Fine and VF, Canada, Calgary, Beaver Oils Limited, Calgary, Alberta, 1914, for 50 shares of 25 Cents each, two fols, otherwise better than Fine £215 £275
1299 Bonds and Shares Romania 500 Lei Steaua Romana Societe Anonyme Petroleum shares 1924 (15) Fine each with some coupons £15 £30
1300 Bonds and Shares USA (13) Homestake Mining Company, Dakota, 1885, for 10 shares of $100, vignette of two Indians overlooking landscape, NVF with cancellation stamps and holes, as part of a group of 13 Mining and Related these mostly early 20th Century types includes Magma Copper Company 1950, Parrot Silver and Copper Company (3) 1909 (2), 1910 (1), Syndicate Hydraulic Mines Inc.1926, Tuolumne Copper Mining Company, Arizona 1922, High Divide Mining Company, Nevada 1919, the Golden Cycle Mining and Reduction Company, West Virginia 1915, in mixed grades Fine to NVF, along with 4 blank certificates £155 £205
1301 Bonds and Shares USA (14) a mixed subject group includes Faberge 1972 (2), Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company 1933, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, 1976, Gritman Drainage Battery Co. 1928-1929 (2), Universal Lock-up Company, Massachusetts 1925, and Kemper Radio Corporation Company Ltd 1929-1931 (7) in mixed grades Fine to VF £130 £160
1302 Bonds and Shares USA (2), New York Central Petroleum Company, New York, 1866 Certificate for 200 Shares, red with mining scene vignette Fine with some small spots and holes along the line of the ink signature, The Volcanic Oil Coal Company, West Virginia 1865, 100 Shares, sepia with mining scene vignette, around Fine with some folds and small edge tears £195 £235
1303 Bonds and Shares USA (2), The Independence Oil Company, Pennsylvania, 1866 Certificates for 100 Shares (2) both NVF, each with stamp, one with small hole £215 £275
1304 Bonds and Shares USA (3) Lewis American Airways Inc. Colorado, 1938, 100 Shares, VF, Chiapas Henequen Company, Kansas City, Missouri, 1905, One Quarter share of $100, with plant and horse rider vignette, VF, Escrow Certificate for the San Francisco Motion Pictire Corporation San Farncisco, California, one share of common stock, Fine, stapled at top right, and with other staple holes, with accompanying letter from 1925 £115 £135
1305 Bonds and Shares USA American DeForest Wireless Telegraph, Maine, 1905, 10 shares of $10, Fine with small nicks to the edge £120 £150
1306 Bonds and Shares USA and World a wide ranging group (34) includes an American Express receipt Wells, Fargo and Butterrfield stage, to Grand Rapids, Michigan, Fine as part of a number of subjects such as Banking, Railways, Aircraft, Banknotes, Theatre, and more, mostly 1920s to 1950s, a few earlier, in mixed grades £215 £275
1307 Bonds and Shares USA Brokenstraw Creek Oil Company, 1865, 20 Shares of $5, with stamp, Fine £135 £165
1308 Bonds and Shares USA Holman Locomotive Speeding Truck Company 1896, 1 Share for $100, vignette of Locomotive, some folds, around Fine £50 £75
1309 Bonds and Shares USA Oil Creek and Cherry Run Oil Company, Pennsylvania 1865, Certificate for 100 shares of $1, Black with oil refining scene vignette, threelight folds, better than Fine £170 £220
1310 Bonds and Shares USA The Womens Land Certificate Profit Sharing Investment Bond, Illinois 1893, for $12, two folds, some foxing, around Fine £115 £135
1311 English Notes Bradbury 1 Pound T1 issued 1914 series C.638721, 3 sets of small staple holes, 2 tiny edge nicks, small annotaion on obverse & light surface dirt, very few C prefix notes exist for this early type, generally good Fine and scarce £350 £500
1312 English Notes Bradbury 10 Shillings T10 issued 1914 series B/50 31555, small split on centre line, numerous pinholes, small edge nicks/tears & some surface dirt, Very Good to about Fine and a scarce variety £150 £300
1313 English Notes Bradbury 1 Pound Bradbury T11.2 issued 1914, series H1/38 31173, King George V at top left, (Pick349a), a few pinholes, light surface dirt, Fine £110 £150
1314 English Notes Bradbury 10 Shillings T13.2 issued 1915 series U1/85 091049, (Pick348a), good Fine £110 £150
1315 English Notes One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T24 issued 1919, a consecutively numbered pair series N/26 568263 & N/26 568264, portrait KGV at right, light toning, original EF scarce as a pair £180 £260
1316 English Notes Warren Fisher 1 Pound T24 issued 1919 FIRST series K/64 754767, portrait King George V at right, (Pick357), 2 tiny pinholes, cleaned & pressed VF £70 £100
1317 English Notes Bradbury 1 Pound T3.3 issued 1914, series N/34 021562, (Pick347), trimmed, 2 pinholes, generally VF £150 £200
1318 English Notes One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series F1/99 293017 & F1/99 293018, portrait KGV at right, staple holes at bottom left, original about EF, scarce as a pair £150 £200
1319 English Notes One Pound Warren Fisher (2) T31 issued 1923, a consecutively numbered pair series G1/28 807484 & G1/28 807485, portrait KGV at right, original good EF, scarce as a pair £250 £300
1320 English Notes Warren Fisher 1 Pound T31 issued 1923, series L1/43 135138, portrait King George V at right, (Pick359a), one set of staple holes, lightly pressed EF £150 £200
1321 English Notes Warren Fisher 10 Shillings T33 issued 1927 first series T/38 111297, Northern Ireland in title, portrait King George V at right, (Pick360), Fine £70 £100
1322 English Notes Bradbury 10 Shillings T9 issued 1914, FIRST prefix series A/1 088990, (Pick346), surface dirt, tiny centre pinhole, Fine £160 £200
1323 English Notes Mahon (2) & Catterns (2), Mahon 10 Shillings B210 issued 1928 series X50 976316, (Pick362a) lightly pressed VF, Mahon 1 Pound B212 issued 1928 scarce FIRST series A02 653525, (Pick363a) about VF, Catterns 1 Pound B266 issued 1930 rare 'A' suffix, series 58A 737392, (Pick363b) lightly pressed about EF, Catterns 1 Pound B225 issued 1930 series L18 158869, (Pick363b) about VF £100 £200
1324 English Notes Catterns 10 Shillings (2) B223 issued 1930, a pair of consecutively numbered notes series S02 996917 & S02 996918, (Pick362b), pressed good VF, look better £60 £90
1325 English Notes One Pound Catterns (2) B225 issued 1930, a consecutively numbered last series pair Z66 488841 & Z66 488842, good EF £50 £100
1326 English Notes Catterns 10 Pounds, Peppiatt 50 Pounds & 10 Pounds, 3 x Bernhard white notes, Operation Bernhard German forgery WW2, Catterns 10 Pounds dated 19th February 1932 series K/102 76426, 2 edge tears and a few small edge nicks, small internal splits, edge toning, generally Fine, Peppiatt 50 Pounds dated 20th June 1934 series 51/N 64664, pinholes and a small internal split, small cut off corner, discoloured, generally Fine, 10 Pounds dated 17th December 1935 series K/160 57823, pinholes, 2 small edge tears, toning to edges, generally good Fine £120 £200
1327 English Notes Peppiatt (17), 10 Shillings B235 LAST Series A94 828842, 1 Pound B238 FIRST series 78B 326866, 1 Pound B239 FIRST series A74A 887658, 1 Pound B260 scarce LAST run first series Z99A 407783, 1 Pound B261 REPLACEMENT note series S03S 983433, 1 Pound B250 REPLACEMENT note series S04H 930752, plus other 10 Shillings and 1 Pound notes various issues, some consecutively numbered notes seen, mixed grades, veiwing recommended £150 £250
1328 English Notes Peppiatt 1 Pound B239A Guernsey overprint series A33A 952036, overprint "Withdrawn from circulation September 18th, 1941.", (Pick363h), pinholes, one tiny edge nick and small brown spot to botom border, Fine £100 £150
1329 English Notes Peppiatt 5 Pounds white note B241b dated 1st April 1935 series T/179 44539, very rare BRISTOL branch note, (Pick335i), small ink annotation on reverse, very scarce branch issue, good Fine £2000 £3000
1330 English Notes Peppiatt 10 Pounds (6) B242, 6 x Bernhard white notes, German Operation Bernhard forgeries WW2 dated 1936 and 1937, 3 notes cut in half, the other 3 have large tears top and bottom of centre fold, some toning, generally VG £100 £200
1331 English Notes Peppiatt (18), 10 Shillings B251 (10) mauve emergency issue 1940, world war 2 issue, (Pick366), 1 Pound Peppiatt (8) B249 blue emergency issue 1940, world war 2 issue, (Pick367a), mixed grades £150 £250
1332 English Notes Peppiatt 1 Pound (10) B249 blue emergency issue 1940, including a consecutively numbered pair, world war 2 issue, (Pick367a), one with small brown marks on back, all EF to about Uncirculated £120 £180
1333 English Notes Peppiatt 1 Pound (10), B249 blue emergency notes issued 1940, some consecutively numbered notes seen, wartime issue, (Pick367a), mixed grades some pressed £50 £70
1334 English Notes Bank of England (11), Beale Five Pounds white note B270 dated 2nd February 1950, series P64 048409, (Pick344), some edge damage, Fine, plus 5 Pounds signed Gill (2), 1 Pound signed Somerset (6), and 10 Shillings signed O'Brien and Fforde, mixed grades £45 £70
1335 English Notes Bank of England (13), Peppiatt 10 Shillings (5) B256 & B262 including first series notes, O'Brien 10 Shillings (2) B271, O'Brien 1 Pound (2) B273, O'Brien 5 Pounds (2) B280 including a first series note, Fforde 5 Pounds (2) B312 & B314, mixed grades, needs viewing £120 £150
1336 English Notes Bank of England (17), 10 Shillings signed O'Brien (2), Fforde (6), 1 Pound signed Hollom (2), 5 Pounds signed Page (7), many consecutively numbered notes seen, most EF to about Uncirculated £80 £100
1337 English Notes Bank of England (48), includes Page 5 Pounds B336 (14) a consecutively numbered run series AR13 253456 - AR13 253469 about Uncirculated to Uncirculated, Fforde 5 Pounds B312 (2) including FIRST series R78 461761, O'Brien 5 Pounds (B277) Lion & Key LAST series E16 625595, Beale 10 Shillings (B267) REPLACEMENT note series 24A 878639, plus other replacement and consecutively numbered notes seen, mixed grades, needs viewing £200 £300
1338 English Notes Bank of England and Treasury collection (23), a collection ranging from 10 Shillings to 20 Pounds with signature varieties from Warren Fisher to Kentfield, in mixed grades, needs viewing £160 £200
1339 English Notes Bank of England and Treasury collection (58), a collection ranging from 10 Shillings to 20 Pounds with signature varieties from Warren Fisher to Gill, also including a white 5 Pounds O'Brien dated 23rd December 1955, in mixed grades, needs viewing £500 £750
1340 English Notes Bank of England and Treasury in an album with slipcase (42), a collection ranging from 10 Shillings to 10 Pounds with signature varieties from Bradbury to Salmon, in mixed grades, needs viewing £200 £300
1341 English Notes Bank of England collection of 10 Shillings & 1 Pound (61), 1 Pound (51) with signature varieties O'Brien (4), Hollom (5), Fforde (5) & Page (37), 10 Shillings (10) with signature varieties O'Brien (1), Hollom (2) & Fforde (7), FIRST series, REPLACEMENT and some consecutively numbered runs seen, mixed grades, many in high grade inc. Uncirculated £100 £150
1342 English Notes Bank of England, Treasury and World notes and coins (45 items), includes a framed display of Pre-Decimal One Pound and 10 Shillings banknotes and 8 coins from Farthing to Half Crown, other Bank of England notes (20), Treasury notes (8), & World notes (16), mixed grades £250 £450
1343 English Notes Peppiatt 10 Shillings B251 (2) mauve emergency issue 1940, a pair of consecutively numbered notes series U79D 629976 & U79D 629977, wartime issue, (Pick366), good EF £70 £120
1344 English Notes Peppiatt 10 Shillings B251 (3) mauve emergency issue 1940, series L22D 328481, L77D 795881 & M96D 548239, wartime issue, (Pick366), lightly pressed EF £80 £100
1345 English Notes Peppiatt 10 Shillings B252 plus 3 further 10 shilling notes, Peppiatt mauve emergency wartime issue 1940, scarce REPLACEMENT series T10D 341906, small ink mark at top corner, (Pick366r), good Fine, Peppiatt 10 Shillings B236 issued 1934 series 46O 989011, small ink annotation on obverse, good Fine, Hollom & Fforde 10 Shillings, one of each signature, Fine £100 £200
1346 English Notes Beale 1 Pound (20) B268 issued 1950, two consecutively numbered runs of 10 notes in each, (Pick369b), series O49B 008142 - O49B 008151, about Uncirculated, series J65B 629471 - J65B 629480, Uncirculated or about £100 £200
1347 English Notes Beale & O'Brien (5) a collection of REPLACEMENT notes, Beale 1 Pound B269 (3) issued 1950 series S28S 671047, good Fine to about VF, series S30S 857837, about VF & S53S 078684, lightly pressed good EF, O'Brien 1 Pound B274 (2) issued 1955 series S74S 103596, about VF to VF, series S76S 121970, lightly pressed VF £90 £120
1348 English Notes Beale 5 Pounds white note B270 dated 27th September 1951, series V82 078916, (Pick344), has a small brown mark top left, otherwise good EF £100 £150
1349 English Notes O'Brien 5 Pounds Lion & Key (3), a collection of FIRST and LAST series notes, 5 Pounds B277 issued 1957 first series A68 896144, (Pick371a), good EF to about Uncirculated, 5 Pounds B277 issued 1957 last series E18 244632, (Pick371a), EF, 5 Pounds B280 issued 1961 first series H72 151075, (Pick372a), a few pinholes otherwise about EF £100 £150
1350 English Notes O'Brien 5 Pounds B280 (2) Helmeted Britannia at right, Lion & Key reverse, issued 1961, series J26 090423 & J26 090426, (Pick372a), EF to good EF £70 £120
1351 English Notes Hollom (4), 1 Pound B288 issued 1963, a consecutively numbered run of four scarce LAST series notes B09Y 797393 - B09Y 797396, this prefix being one before the last run, (Pick374c), EF to good EF £90 £120
1352 English Notes Fforde 10 Shillings (4) B311 & B309 issued 1967, a pair of consecutively numbered REPLACEMENT notes series M64 428337 & M64 428338, good EF, a further replacement note series M78 151683, about VF, plus one note with a FUN serial number 22X 222228, tear at top, Fine £40 £60
1353 English Notes Fforde & Hollom 5 Pounds (11), Fforde B312 (5), Fforde B314 (4) including a consecutively numbered pair, Hollom B297 (2), in mixed grades £70 £90
1354 English Notes Fforde (6), Peppiatt (3) & Page (3), Fforde 5 Pounds B312 issued 1967, a consecutively numbered run series Z02 833381 - Z02 833386, EF, Peppiatt 1 Pound B249 issued 1940, a consecutively numbered run series K75D 079497 - K75D 079499, good EF to aUNC, Page 1 Pound B322 issued 1970, a consecutively numbered run series ER74 034326 - ER74 034328, about EF to EF £60 £80
1355 English Notes Fforde & Hollom REPLACEMENT collection (6), Fforde 5 Pounds B313 issued 1967 series M18 447109, Fforde 10 Shillings (3) B311 issued 1967, prefixes M61, M66 & M80 last run, 10 Shillings (2) B296 issued 1963, prefixes M23 & M54, mixed circulated grades £80 £100
1356 English Notes Fforde 20 Pounds B318 (2) issued 1970, series A03 111304, EF to good EF and series A03 001589, about VF, (Pick380a), scarce issue £300 £400
1357 English Notes Page 10 Pounds (5) B326 issued 1971, a consecutively numbered run series C52 579651 - C52 579655, (Pick376c), about Uncirculated £80 £100
1358 English Notes Page (2), 20 Pounds B329 issued 1970 REPLACEMENT series M02 590809, (Pick380br), good EF to about Uncirculated, 20 Pounds B328 issued 1970 FIRST series A37 107108, (Pick380b), good EF £110 £140
1359 English Notes Somerset (3), 50 Pounds B352 issued 1981 series B73 009883, (Pick381a) 2 pinholes, good Fine, 20 Pounds B351 issued 1984 series 66E 389893, (Pick380c) EF, 10 Pounds B348 issued 1984 series BN11 917109, (Pick379c) centre fold, good EF £100 £140
1360 English Notes Gill 10 Pounds (6) B354 issued 1988, a consecutively numbered run series DS64 313969 to DS64 313974, (Pick379e), Uncirculated £90 £140
1361 English Notes Gill & Hollom, Gill 20 Pounds B355 issued 1988, rare FIRST RUN series 01L 103965, (Pick380e), good Fine to about VF, Hollom 10 Pounds B299 issued 1964, FIRST RUN series A01 671798, (Pick376a), about EF, a rare pair of first run notes £100 £200
1362 English Notes Gill (3), 20 Pounds B355 issued 1988 series 34L 894911, (Pick380e), Uncirculated, 20 Pounds B358 issued 1991 FIRST RUN series A01 006663, (Pick384a), EF, 50 Pounds B356 issued 1988 series C02 251273, (Pick381a), aVF £150 £200
1363 English Notes Gill (8) & Fforde (6), Gill 20 Pounds (3) B358 issued 1991, a consecutively numbered run series A34 166298 - A34 166300, aUNC/UNC, Gill 5 Pounds (5) B357 issued 1990, a consecutively numbered run series A04 607541 - A04 607545, good EF to aUNC, Fforde 10 Shillings (6) B310 issued 1967, a consecutively numbered run series C03N 356073 - C03N 356078, good EF £100 £150
1364 English Notes Kentfield 5 Pounds (89) B363, issued 1993 a consecutively numbered run series AA35 284040 - AA35 284128, (Pick382b), Uncirculated or about £500 £600
1365 English Notes Kentfield 50 Pounds B377 (2) issued 1994, COLUMN SORT notes series H84 959896 & H84 959898, Sir John Houblon on reverse, (Pick388a), EF £120 £150
1366 English Notes Kentfield 50 Pounds (20) B377, issued 1994, a consecutively numbered run of 20 notes series A24 524579 - A24524598, (Pick388a), Uncirculated £1120 £1500
1367 English Notes Lowther 10 Pounds (23) B390 and Bailey 10 Pounds (77) B400 issued 2000 & 2004, some consecutive numbers seen, most high grade, many Uncirculated £1120 £1500
1368 English Notes Bailey 50 Pounds B404 issued 2006 series L70 247827, Sir John Houblon on reverse, (Pick388c), small, light corner dent, about Uncirculated to Uncirculated £65 £85
1369 English Notes Bailey 20 Pounds (33) B405 and Salmon 20 Pounds B409 (17) issued 2004 & 2007, some consecutive numbers seen, most Uncirculated or about £3350 £4000
1370 English Notes Cleland 50 Pounds (12) B413 & Salmon 50 Pounds (8) B410, issued 2015 & 2011, some consecutive numbers seen, most notes Uncirculated, a few VF or better £1120 £1500
1371 English Notes British Military Authority & British Armed Forces (21), a full set of British Military Authority issued 1943, 6 Pence to 1 Pound (PickM1 - PickM6), a full set of British Armed Forces 1st series issued 1946, 3 Pence to 1 Pound (PickM9 - PickM15), a full set of British Armed Forces 2nd series issued 1948, 3 Pence to 5 Pounds (PickM16 - PickM23), mixed grades many high grade, needs viewing £150 £250
1372 English Notes British Armed Forces 1 Shilling issued 1946 with "--NAAFI CANTEENS ONLY" overprint (used by T Force in Japan), (PickM11b), many foxing spots otherwise Fine and scarce £70 £120
1373 English Notes British Armed Forces 2 Shillings 6 Pence issued 1946, series D/5 228639, (PickM12a), about Uncirculated/Uncirculated £90 £120
1374 English Notes British Armed Forces 2nd Series a full set (8) issued 1948, 3 Pence to 5 Pounds, (PickM16 to PickM23), all Uncirculated £70 £100
1375 English Notes British Armed Forces (261), comprising 23 sets of 7 notes, 5 Pounds second series (PickM23), 1 Pound second, third & forth series (PickM22, PickM29 & PickM36), and 50 Pence, 10 Pence and 5 Pence, plus a full consecutive pack of 100 x 1 Pound 4th series, all Uncirculated or about £70 £120
1376 English Notes British Armed Forces (approx 1400) in box, examples from 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th series, many consecutively numbered runs, much duplication only 7 different notes, mixed grades, many Uncirculated £60 £100
1377 English Notes British Armed Forces 3 Pence, very rare 3rd series, issued 1956 for use during the Suez crisis, (PickM24), VF and scarce £150 £200
1378 English Notes British Armed Forces 6 Pence, very rare 3rd series, issued 1956 for use during the Suez crisis, (PickM25), about Uncirculated and scarce especially in this condition £65 £100
1379 English Notes British Armed Forces (3), 3rd Series issued 1956 10 Shillings (PickM28a) & 1 Shilling (PickM26a), 4th Series issued 1962 10 Shillings (PickM35a), very rare issues WITHOUT punched holes, small spot in border of one 10/-, otherwise all Uncirculated and scarce £180 £250
1380 English Notes British Military Authority (2), 5 Shillings and 2 Shillings 6 Pence (2/6) issued 1943, scarce block letter X, this block letter is thought to have been reserved for Specimen notes but has also been seen on some issued notes, (PickM3 & PickM4), the 5/- with pinholes some staining pressed VF and the 2/6 some light dirt/staining good VF, rare with X block letter £135 £165
1381 English Notes British Armed Forces (34), 4th Series 10 Shillings (20) & 1 Shilling (14) issued 1962, all with 2 cancellation punched holes, (PickM32b & PickM35b), all Uncirculated or about £75 £100
1382 English Notes British Armed Forces (5), 10 Shillings 4th Series issued 1962, (PickM35a), rare issues WITHOUT punched holes, 2 x consecutively numbered pairs seen, light brown staining to edges otherwise grades between EF and about Uncirculated £25 £50
1383 English Notes British Armed Forces (28), including a full set of 2nd Series notes 3 Pence to 5 Pounds, (PickM16 - PM23) Uncirculated or about, other 2nd Series notes (8), some duplication, EF and better, plus 3rd, 4th and 6th Series notes, some duplication, all Uncirculated or about £250 £300
1384 English Notes Prisoners of War note WW2, 1 Shilling Camp No. not visible, WD (War Department) in underprint at centre, light dirt, small holes, small edge tear, about Fine £70 £100
1385 English Notes Prisoners of War note WW2, 3 Pence Camp No.79, WD (War Department) in underprint at centre, light dirt, some handstamps on reverse, good Fine £50 £75
1386 English Notes Prisoners of War note WW2, 6 Pence Camp No.262, WD (War Department) in underprint at centre, some handstamps on both sides, small centre hole, one edge nick, about Fine £80 £100
1387 English Notes British Military Authority 1 Pound issued 1943 series 40A 241407, (PickM6), good VF £60 £80
1388 English Notes Kentfield 5 Pounds (35), on an uncut sheet, Debden set C122c, comes in a printed tube, all the prefixes on the sheet are the same, HK97, commemorating the return of Hong Kong to China, very rare £1000 £1500
1389 English Notes Banknotes and other numismatic material, Debden Set C142 5 Pounds Kentfield special run and Lowther first run series DL99 999983 & EA01 999983 in limited edition folder, Kentfield 5 Pounds B364 an uncut sheet of 4 notes all with BH prefix and number 001814, Bradbury 10 Shillings a pair of uncut forged notes without serial numbers, (T12 for type), Bradbury Wilkinson & Co Ltd promotional/souvenir with portrait of Viscount Nelson at right centre £70 £150
1390 English Notes Debden Set C170 Lowther First Issues 2003, 20 Pounds prefix AA01, 10 Pounds prefix AA01 and 5 Pounds prefix HA01, all with matching serial number 001996, in limited edition packet, one of only 1000 sets issued £60 £120
1391 English Notes ERROR 5 Pounds Fforde B312 issued 1967, heavy unprinted paper crease, (Pick375b), a rare error, about EF, plus 1 Pound Warren Fisher with the print on reverse very feint, appears to have been washed/cleaned £80 £100
1392 English Notes Burton upon Trent Bank 1 Pound dated 1817 for Harding, Oakes and Willington, signed by James Harding, (Outing 373a). Bankruptcy stamp on back and other inked numbers, pinholes, limp about Fine £30 £50
1393 English Notes Henley & Oxfordshire Bank 5 Pounds dated 1818 for George Hewett & John Cooper (Outing 928b) bankruptcy stamp on reverse exhibited at the Guildhall 1821, clipped edges & pinholes, in PCGS holder graded 12 Apparent, Fine and scarce £140 £200
1394 English Notes Newcastle upon Tyne (2), 1 Pound (or 20 Shillings) dated 1802 for Surtees, Burdon & Brandling (Out.1502g), vignette of The Exchange building top left, holes and splits, inked number on reverse, VG, 5 Pounds dated 180? for Surtees, Burdon, Surtees & Brandling, (Outing 1502d), vignette of The Exchange building top left, small holes and one larger hole over date, inked number on reverse, good VG £50 £100
1395 English Notes Ringwood & Hampshire Bank (2), 10 Pounds dated 1920 for Stephen Tunks (Outing 1788e), dividend stamps, small edge tear, pinholes, 2 cut corners, inked numbers on reverse, about Fine and a scarce high value, 1 Pound dated 1821 for Stephen Tunks (Outing1788b), dividend stamps, a few pinholes, Fine £80 £150
1396 World Notes Africa (4), Gabon 5000 Francs ND issued 1984 series A.001 146866, (Pick6a) good EF to about Uncirculated, West African States 1000 Francs ND series C.204 57068, Burkina Faso (Upper Volta), (Pick303Co), 2 tiny edge nicks, good Fine, West African States 100 Francs dated 20th March 1961 series Z.102 12314, Burkina Faso (Upper Volta), (Pick301Ca), tear to top of centre fold and other small edge nicks, light surface dirt, generally Fine, Sudan 1 Pound dated 1st January 1970 series C/11 452941, (Pick13a), in ICG holder graded 66* choice Uncirculated, brown toning around edges £150 £200
1397 World Notes Asia (139), majority China and Cambodia plus a few other world notes, much duplication, mixed grades £35 £50
1398 World Notes Australia Commonwealth 1 Pound issued 1927 series J/14 849598, portrait King George V at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, (Pick16c), cleaned & pressed, light toning, good VF, looks better £100 £200
1399 World Notes Australia Commonwealth 1 Pound issued 1927 series J/21 131225, portrait King George V at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, (Pick16c), cleaned/pressed Fine £100 £150
1400 World Notes Australia Commonwealth 1 Pound issued 1942 series H/71 893963, portrait King George VI at right, signed Armitage & McFarlane, (Pick26b), lightly pressed good EF, plus world heritage first day cover of 4 stamps £50 £100
1401 World Notes Australia Commonwealth 10 Shillings issued 1942 series F/62 120600, signed Armitage & McFarlane, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick25b), lightly pressed good EF £60 £120
1402 World Notes Australia Commonwealth 5 Pounds issued 1928 series Q/13 789211, portrait King George V at right, signed Riddle & Heathershaw, (Pick17b), trimmed & pressed, Fine and scarce £400 £500
1403 World Notes Australia Commonwealth 5 Pounds issued 1941 series R/56 566118, signed Armitage & McFarlane, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick27b), crisp EF £100 £200
1404 World Notes Bahamas (3), Cayman Islands & Barbados, a small collection of Caribbean notes, Bahamas Government 50 Cents (3), dated 1965 a consecutively numbered pair series A101813 & A101814 and one other only one number away from being consecutive to the previous 2 series A101816, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at left, (Pick17a), the last one has some light staining, good EF, Cayman Islands 1 Dollar dated 1971, scarce REPLACEMENT series Z/1 008254, (Pick1r), Barbados 5 Dollars issued 1975, signed C. Blackman, scarce REPLACEMENT series Z1 186606, (Pick32r), both about VF to VF £80 £120
1405 World Notes Bahamas Central Bank 10 Dollars issued 1992 (Law 1974) series L307611, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, signed James H. Smith, (Pick53), good EF £100 £150
1406 World Notes Bermuda 5 Dollars dated 20th October 1952 series C/1 229806, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick21a), in PMG holder graded 35EPQ choice very fine, Exceptional Paper Quality, rare with the EPQ at this grade £300 £400
1407 World Notes Bermuda Government 5 Shillings (2) dated 1st May 1957 series E/2 847120 & E/2 813899, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at centre, (Pick18b), one good EF the other about Uncirculated £120 £150
1408 World Notes Bermuda Monetary Authority 100 Dollars dated 14th February 1996 REPLACEMENT note series Z/2 003467, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick45a), in PCGS holder graded 64PPQ Very Choice New, Perfect Paper Quality £200 £250
1409 World Notes Burma, Reserve Bank of India 10 rupees issued 1938 series A/45 544859, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick5), pressed about EF £40 £60
1410 World Notes Cambodia SPECIMEN collection plus coins in presentation folder, plus watermarked printers paper and other printers promotional/souvenir notes, Cambodia 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000 & 100000 Riels issued 1995 all with 'specimen' overprint and zero serial numbers plus 4 coins, in a presentation folder, sheets of Bank of England Treasury loan coupons and War loan coupons, a selection of British Treasury 1 Pound and 10 Shillings unprinted watermarked paper, printers promotional/souvenir notes including Bradbury Wilkinson, Thomas de la Rue and others, a varied and interesting lot requires viewing £250 £300
1411 World Notes Canada, Dominion of Canada 2 Dollars dated 23rd June 1923 series J-595549, portrait Edward Prince of Wales at centre, signed McCavour & Saunders, (Pick34e), some light dirt, good Fine £200 £250
1412 World Notes Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (3), 50 Dollars dated 2003 series C/2 000898, (Pick32b), 25 Dollars dated 1998 series C/1 000623, (Pick24), 10 Dollars dated 1991 series B/1 000592, (Pick13a), nice selection of LOW serial numbers, Uncirculated £140 £180
1413 World Notes Ceylon Government (3), 10 Rupees dated 1st February 1941 series J/3 648322, (Pick33a) small edge tear to top border, one set of staple holes at left, about VF, 5 Rupees dated 1st February 1941 series G/3 821997 (Pick32) VF, 1 Rupee dated 1st February 1941 series A/5 401891, (Pick30) one set of staple holes at left, about VF, all with portrait King George VI at left £70 £150
1414 World Notes Cheques (approx 200), world selection, many large size, the majority French, some Chinese Banking Corporation, Hong Kong, Thailand, an interesting assortment £40 £100
1415 World Notes China & French Indochina Japanese Occupation notes WW2 (6), including very rare 1 Yen issued 1939 without block number or serial number (PickM16), good VF, 1 Yen, 5 Yen, 10 Yen & 100 Yen issued 1940 & 1945, generally EF but the 100 Yen has a tear to top left, French Indochina 10 Yen issued 1942 Block number 4, (PickM7), EF £200 £250
1416 World Notes China (14), 1 Yuan to 100 Yuan set of 6 notes dated 1999, (Pick895 - Pick901) Uncirculated, 1, 2 & 5 Jiao and 1, 2, 10 & 50 Yuan set of 8 notes date range 1980 - 1996, about Uncirculated to Uncirculated £30 £50
1417 World Notes China (41) in Lighthouse album with slipcase, an interesting range of notes including Provincial notes Chekiang 50 Cents 1936, Charmar Commercial Bank 10 Cents, Shantung min Sheng Bank 50 Cents 1936, the Bank of Local Railway Shansi & Sui Yuan 50 Cents 1936, Japanese puppet banks, many in high grade, viewing recommended £500 £700
1418 World Notes China (72), 5 Yuan dated 1936 printed by TDLR (3), 5 Yuan dated 1936 printed by W & S, many consecutively numbered notes seen (21), 10 Yuan dated 1936 (10), 20 Cents dated 1940 (5), 10 Yuan dated 1937 (5), 10 Customs Gold Units dated 1930 (11), plus others, the majority Uncirculated or about £200 £250
1419 World Notes China (74), 5 Yen issued 1938 - 1944, Japanese invasion money during WW2, (PickM25), bulk circulated lot £50 £80
1420 World Notes China 100 Yuan dated 1949 serial no. 61666946, ship dockside at centre right, (Pick831), about Uncirculated £120 £180
1421 World Notes China 100 Yuan dated 1949 serial no. 630249, bridge at left, shrine at right, (Pick833), cleaned & pressed about EF £120 £180
1422 World Notes Colombia Republica de Colombia, 10 Pesos dated April 1904 series 2389095, portrait General Narino at left, (Pick312), in PMG holder graded 20 Very Fine £130 £180
1423 World Notes Confederate States (11), 1 and 10 Dollars dated 1864, State of Alabama 50 Cents dated 1863, State of Virginia 75 Cents dated 1862, State of Louisiana 5 Dollars 'Baby Bond' dated 1874, Canal Bank New Orleans 10 Dollars unsigned and undated remainder 18xx, State of North Carolina 5 Cents dated 1866, State of North Carolina set of 4 revenue notes, 25 & 50 Cents and 1 & 5 Dollars, all perforated 'PAID', in mixed grades, an interesting and varied lot of 19th century notes £120 £150
1424 World Notes Congo Democratic Republic 100 Francs, a COLOUR TRIAL series AA 000000, SPECIMEN overprint on obverse and reverse, two punched cancellation holes through signatures, (Pick1ct), Uncirculated to about Uncirculated £100 £150
1425 World Notes Congo Democratic Republic 50 Francs, a COLOUR TRIAL series A/1 000000, SPECIMEN overprint on obverse and reverse, one punched cancellation hole, (Pick5ct), Uncirculated £100 £150
1426 World Notes Cuba (41), including Foreign Exchange Certificates, 10 Pesos (7) dated 1960 a consecutively numbered run of Uncirculated notes, (Pick79b), plus others in mixed grades, many Uncirculated, needs viewing £70 £90
1427 World Notes Cuba, La Republica de Cuba 1 Peso dated 17th August 1869 serial no. 29241, Junta Central Republicana de Cuba y Puerto Rica, (Pick61), in PMG holder graded 40 Extremely Fine, tears £70 £100
1428 World Notes Cyprus (2), 1 Shilling dated 1st May 1942 series C/4 461679, (Pick20) Fine, 5 Shillings dated 30th August 1941 series D/3 196188, (Pick22) holes, tears and edge damage, about VG, both with portrait King George VI at centre, cleaned and pressed £120 £150
1429 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank (10), 20 Pounds dated 1997 series K001726, (Pick63a), 10 Pounds dated 2001 series AE001122, (Pick62c), 10 Pounds dated 1997 very LOW Number series S000058, (Pick62a), 10 Pounds dated 1997 series G304928, (Pick59), 10 Pounds dated 1988 series X231346, (Pick51), 5 Pounds dated 1990 series K723456, (Pick54a), 5 Pounds dated 1997 series A380557, (Pick58), 5 Pounds dated 2003 series M000462, (Pick61b), 5 Pounds dated 1979 series C134359, (Pick47), 1 Pound dated 1997 LOW number series A000550, (Pick57), all Uncirculated or about £300 £400
1430 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank (4), 250 Mils (3) dated 1978, 1981 & 1982 Uncirculated, 50 Cents dated 1988 good EF to about Uncirculated £70 £90
1431 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank (5), 10 Pounds dated 1st September 1995, 10 Pounds dated 1st December 1998, 10 Pounds dated 1st February 2001 (2), a pair of consecutively numbered notes, 10 Pounds dated 1st September 2003, all Uncirculated £115 £145
1432 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank (6), 1 Pound (2) dated 1975 & 1978, (Pick43b & Pick43c), 500 Mils (2) dated 1973 & 1974, (Pick42b), 250 Mils (2) dated 1972 & 1973, (Pick41b), Uncirculated or about £200 £250
1433 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank (6), 1 Pound dated 1st November 1989 (3), a pair of consecutively numbered notes plus one other, 1 Pound dated 1st March 1994 (2), a pair of consecutively numbered notes, 1 Pound dated 1st October 1996, all Uncirculated or about £50 £75
1434 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 20 Pounds (3), dated 2001 & 2004 (2), bust of Apollo at left, (Pick63b & c), small edge nicks, ink stains and annotations on one note, generally good Fine £60 £80
1435 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 20 Pounds dated 1st October 1997 series L202154, (Pick63a), about Uncirculated/Uncirculated £75 £100
1436 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 250 Mils, a rare date 1st December 1969 with a VERY LOW serial number F/24 000005, (Pick41a), in PCGS holder graded 63PPQ Choice New, Perfect Paper Quality £850 £1000
1437 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 5 Pounds (2) dated 1st July 1975 a consecutively numbered pair series Q/154 036577 & Q/154 036578, arms at right, (Pick44c), Uncirculated £210 £250
1438 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 5 Pounds (2) dated 1st September 1995, (Pick54a), about Uncirculated to Uncirculated £30 £50
1439 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 500 Mils (9), dated 1st September 1979, 2 x consecutively numbered runs, series N/51 174605 - N/51 174610 and N/51 174612 - N/51 174614, (Pick42c), about Uncirculated £150 £200
1440 World Notes Cyprus Central Bank 500 Mils dated 1st September 1971 series F/22 016686, (Pick42a), in PMG holder graded 66EPQ Gem Uncirculated, Exceptional Paper Quality £150 £200
1441 World Notes Cyprus Government 500 Mils dated 1st June 1955 SPECIMEN series A/1 000000, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick34s), in PMG holder graded 66EPQ Gem Uncirculated, Exceptional Paper Quality, the 500 Mils of the QE11 issue is almost impossible to find in UNC, whether in specimen or issued format, so this is a very unique opportunity to acquire one £1900 £2500
1442 World Notes Czechoslovakia 5000 Korun dated 1920 series C 072595, perforated SPECIMEN, river scene at centre, (Pick19s), Uncirculated £30 £50
1443 World Notes Egypt Central Bank (2), 200 Pounds dated 2007, first issue prefix 1, (Pick68a) about Uncirculated, 200 Pounds dated 2013, REPLACEMENT prefix 300, (Pick73), Uncirculated £70 £90
1444 World Notes Egypt Central Bank (5), 200 Pounds, 100 Pounds, 50 Pounds, 10 Pounds & 5 Pounds all dated either 2016 or 2017, a set with matching LOW serial numbers 0000016, Uncirculated £70 £90
1445 World Notes Egypt Central Bank 100 Pounds dated 2017, special ROYAL serial number 0000002, (Pick72), aUncirculated/Uncirculated £40 £60
1446 World Notes Egypt Central Bank 5 Pounds (2), REPLACEMENT notes issued 1976 & 1978, (Pick45a), one good EF the other about EF £65 £85
1447 World Notes Egypt in an album (49), plus a few Jordan (6), 5 Piastres (2) issued law 1940 'Aswan Dam', (Pick163), 5 Piastres (2) issued law 1940 'Mosque of Emir Khairbak', (Pick164), 5 Piastres (3) issued law 1940 'King Farouk', (Pick165), 10 Piastres issued law 1940 'Temple of Philae', (Pick167), 10 Piastres (2) issued law 1940 'King Farouk', (Pick168), 25 Piastres (2) dated 1942 signed Nixon & 1946 signed Leith-Ross, (Pick10), 50 Piastres (2) dated 1938 signed Cook and 1944 signed Nixon, (Pick21), plus many other more recent issues in mixed grades with some Uncirculated £300 £400
1448 World Notes Egypt National Bank 1 Pound dated 26th May 1948 series J/107 431276, signed Leith-Ross, (Pick22d), good EF £100 £120
1449 World Notes Egypt National Bank 5 Pounds dated 12th January 1945 series M/98 038341, signed Nixon, (Pick19c), tiny edge nick, good Fine £80 £100
1450 World Notes Europe (49), including Yugoslavia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia, some duplication, in mixed grades £120 £150
1451 World Notes Falkland Islands & Great Britain (2), Falkland Islands 20 Pounds dated 1st October 1984 series A005095, (Pick15a), in PCGS holder graded 66PPQ gem new, perfect paper quality, Great Britain 10 Shillings issued 1950 series Y27Z 117519, signed Beale, (Pick368b), about Uncirculated £100 £150
1452 World Notes Falkland Islands (4), 50 Pounds dated 1990 series A007390, (Pick16a), 20 Pounds dated 1984 series A033433, (Pick15a), 10 Pounds dated 1986 series A182781, (Pick14a), 1 Pound dated 1984 series A019769, (Pick13a), Uncirculated or about £120 £150
1453 World Notes France (4), 100 Francs dated 2nd February 1939 series U.64226 290, (Pick86b), 2 pinholes at left, EF, 100 Francs dated 21st November 1946 series M.154 29680, (Pick128a), 2 pinholes at left and small foxing marks to borders, good EF, 10 Francs dated 7th September 1967 series H.355 46214, (Pick147c), 3 pinholes at left, rippled paper, about Uncirculated, 300 Livres French Revolution Assignat dated 12th September 1791, (PickA48), tears and holes, piece missing at left border, Fair £150 £200
1454 World Notes France (7), Assignats from French Revolution, 10 livres dated 1791, with Siege de Mayence red hand stamp on reverse, 25 Livres dated 1793, 5 Livres without date (2), 50 Sols (2) dated 1792 and 1793, 15 Sols dated 1793, mixed circulated grades £40 £60
1455 World Notes France (8), a high grade collection, 10 Francs dated 1941 (Pick84) about UNC, 50 Francs dated 1941 (Pick93) good EF, 100 Francs dated 1941 (Pick94) UNC, 500 Francs dated 1941 (Pick95b) UNC, 1000 Francs dated 1944 (Pick107) good EF, 10 Nouveaux Francs dated 1961 (Pick142a) good EF, 5 Francs dated 1969 (Pick146b) good EF, 500 Francs dated 1994 (Pick160a) about UNC £250 £300
1456 World Notes France 1 Franc issued 1917 series B 0423998 world war 1 military issue, army treasury (tresorerie aux armees), (PickM2), EF £80 £100
1457 World Notes France 50 Francs (4), dated 20th March 1947, a consecutively numbered run series B.46 27001 to B.46 27004, (Pick127b), no staple holes, EF £85 £100
1458 World Notes French Antilles 10 Francs issued 1964 series Y.6 73577, signature 2, (Pick8b), light rust marks on reverse, has been pressed, looks about EF £200 £250
1459 World Notes French Indo-China 200 Piastres issued 1953 series A.176660, Cambodia issue, (Pick98), small edge tear to bottom border, pinholes to corners, good VF £70 £90
1460 World Notes French Somaliland Banque de L'Indo-Chine 500 Francs (4) issued Djibouti 20th July 1927, (Pick9a), all with some damage, Fair to VG £100 £200
1461 World Notes Germany & Austria (12), a collection of Prisoner of War Camp money, including Aschach, Chemnitz, Zerbst, Csot, Dyrotz and Armee Korps, mixed grades £30 £60
1462 World Notes Germany (16), an interesting collection of rarer German notes, 5000 Mark dated 16th September 1922 (Pick77) in PCGS holder graded 63 choice new, small edge tear at bottom left, Wehrmacht clearing notes (4) full set 1, 5, 10 & 50 Reichsmark issued 1944 (PickM38 - PickM41) Uncirculated or about, Darlehnskassenschein issue 20 Kopeken, 50 Kopeken, 1 Rubel & 25 Rubel issued 1916 for use in Russian occupied areas during WW1, Germany Federal Republic 1 Mark dated 1948, Allied occupation post WW2, (Pick2a), 100 Mark (4) dated 1898, 1903 & 1905 (2), 1000 Mark (2) dated 1898 & 1903, mixed grades £300 £400
1463 World Notes Germany (2), 1 Billion Mark dated 1st November 1923 series 34x.116171, (Pick129) good VF to about EF, 100 Milliarden Mark dated 5th November 1923, (Pick133) EF to good EF, a nice pair of very high denomination hyper-inflation notes £70 £100
1464 World Notes Germany (2), 5 Rentenmark dated 2nd January 1926 series H 19843830, (Pick169), in PCGS holder graded 55 choice about new, 50 Rentenmark dated 6th July 1934 series A 3112442, (Pick172), surface dirt, small stain bottom border, good Fine £150 £200
1465 World Notes Germany 100 Marks 1948 Berlin C0873567, UNC, Netherlands 10 Gulden 1940 6AG 036686 VG with folds and pinholes, Germany Notgeld 25 Pfennigs 1920 EF, Stamps Battle of Trafalgar, Death of Nelson comprising First Class (9), 68 Pence (4), 50 Pence (2) and 42 Pence (2), along with German Democratic Republic 5 Marks coin 1969 GVF £10 £20
1466 World Notes Germany 20 Reichsmark dated 11th October 1924 series M.6390688, (Pick176), tiny edge nicks, about Fine and scarce £100 £150
1467 World Notes Germany 5 Mark dated 10th January 1882 series B.Nr 720355, Knight in armour with sheild of arms at right, (Pick4), small edge tear to top of centre fold, Fine and scarce £180 £250
1468 World Notes Germany 5 Reichsmark dated 1st August 1942 series C 18821945, (Pick186a), in PCGS holder graded 68PPQ superb gem new, perfect paper quality, very high grade £50 £80
1469 World Notes Germany Allied Military Currency (13), WW2 military occupation 1/2 Mark to 1000 Mark dated 1944, with examples of both USA (with hidden 'F') and Russian printing, (Pick191 - Pick198), mixed grades but the majority Uncirculated or about £150 £200
1470 World Notes Germany Allied Military Currency (8), WW2 military occupation 1/2 Mark to 1000 Mark dated 1944, full set of denominations, (Pick191 - Pick198), Uncirculated or about £80 £150
1471 World Notes Germany Headquarters Command Barter Centre 1 Unit dated 1946 series 023007, used during allied occupation of Germany in Frankfurt barter centre, (Schwan/Boling 611), VF £140 £180
1472 World Notes Gibraltar (2), 50 Pounds dated 27th November 1986 series A076523, (Pick24), in PCGS holder graded 64PPQ Very Choice New, 20 Pounds dated 1st December 2006 series AB018129, (Pick33a), in PCGS holder graded 68PPQ Superb Gem New £120 £150
1473 World Notes Guernsey (11), a collection of high grade notes all signed by M.J. Brown, 10 Pounds (2) issued 1980 - 1989 larger size notes (Pick50b), 10 Pounds (2) issued 1991 - 1995 smaller size notes (Pick54a), 5 Pounds (2) issued 1990 - 1995 smaller size notes (Pick53a), 1 Pound issued 1980 - 1989 larger size note (Pick48b), 1 Pound (4) issued 1991 smaller size notes (Pick52a), all Uncirculated or about £220 £300
1474 World Notes Guernsey (13), 20 Pounds (2) issued 1996 one signed Trestain one signed Clark (Pick58a & b), 10 Pounds issued 1995 signed Clark (Pick57c), 5 Pounds issued 1980 signed Bull (Pick49a), 1 Pound (6) issued 1980 - 1989 signed Bull (Pick48a), 1 Pound (3) issued 1991 signed Trestain, a consecutively numbered run R000616 - R000618, some low and high serial numbers seen, all Uncirculated or about £110 £150
1475 World Notes Haiti 1 Gourde dated law of 1979 series AA629719, printed on Tyvek plastic, (Pick230Aa), in PCGS holder graded 65PPQ gem new, perfect paper quality £70 £100
1476 World Notes Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation 1 Dollar dated 1st July 1913 serial no. 2254215, helmeted woman at left, (Pick155b), 2 tiny pinholes otherwise good Fine £100 £200
1477 World Notes Iceland Haskola (Haskoli) Islands fund raising ticket 1/4 hlutur I 5. flokki 1943, dated 10th July 1943, VF £80 £100
1478 World Notes India 2 Rupees issued 1943 series D/61 528762, portrait King George VI at right, signed Deshmukh, (Pick17b), two pinholes at left as issued, in PCGS holder graded 55PPQ choice about new, perfect paper quality £100 £150
1479 World Notes India Government 10 Rupees issued 1917 - 1930 series K/73 611826, portrait King George V at right, signed J.B. Taylor, (Pick7b), usual spindle hole at left, original clean good EF to aUNC, rare in this grade £400 £500
1480 World Notes India Government 10 Rupees issued 1928 - 1935 series M/79 208914, portrait King George V at right, signed J.B. Taylor, (Pick16a), pinholes, cleaned and pressed good Fine £300 £400
1481 World Notes India Government 5 Rupees dated 22nd June 1915 series SC/56 011691, signed M.M.S. Gubbay, (PickA6a), spindle hole as usually seen, in PMG holder graded 25EPQ Very Fine, Exceptional Paper Quality, rare with the EPQ at this grade £550 £650
1482 World Notes India Reserve Bank 10 Rupees issued 1937 series G/25 369353, portrait King George VI at right, signed J.B. Taylor, (Pick19a), usual holes to left, cleaned & pressed, good VF £120 £150
1483 World Notes India Reserve Bank 10 Rupees issued 1943 series G/95 153272, portrait King George VI at right, signed Deshmukh, (Pick24), two usual pinholes at left, good EF £80 £100
1484 World Notes Indonesia (62) and Philippines (15) in an album with slipcase, Indonesia range from 25 Rupiah dated 1952 to 2000 Rupiah dated 2014, noted 10,000 Rupiah dated 1964 and 10,000 Rupiah dated 1975, Philippines a range of local local emergency issues from the 1940's plus a few others, mixed grades, needs viewing £200 £250
1485 World Notes Iran (106), 20 Rials (12) issued 1965 (Pick78b), 20 Rials (59) issued 1969 (Pick84), 20 Rials (26) issued 1974 - 1979 (Pick100), plus a few other denominations, mixed grades with the majority Uncirculated or about £250 £400
1486 World Notes Iran (3), 5 Rials issued 1944, (Pick39), pressed good Fine, 10 Rials issued 1948, (Pick47), pressed good Fine & 50 Rials issued 1948, (Pick49), 3 small holes pressed good Fine, all with portrait Shah Pahlavi in military uniform at right £70 £100
1487 World Notes Iran (5), 5 Rials issued 1937, portrait Shah Reza at right, (Pick32Aa) good EF, 500 Rials issued 1962, (Pick74) 2 small edge nicks otherwise good VF, plus 100 Rials, 200 Rials & 500 Rials issued 1980's, Uncirculated £120 £150
1488 World Notes Iraq (28) & Iran (12), including 10 Dinars (4), 5 Dinars, 1 Dinar (3), all issued 1973, 10 Dinars (10) with a consecutively numbered run of 9 notes issued 1982, 10,000 & 5000 Rials issued 1981 (Pick131a & 130), these with Calligraphic Persian (Farsi) text overprint at left, these UNC, plus other mixed denominations and dates in mixed grades, the majority Uncirculated or about £100 £150
1489 World Notes Iraq (41), 250 Dinars (31) dated 1995, portrait Saddam Hussain at right (Pick85), mixed grades most EF or better, 5 Dinars (10) dated 1992, portrait Saddam Hussein at right, (Pick80), these Uncirculated £60 £80
1490 World Notes Iraq 1/4 Dinar Law 1931 (issued 1941), King Faisal as child at right ("Babyface"), scarce Indian print, serial number E/1 949135, (Pick13), very small foxing marks to top border, good VF and a very scarce note in this condition £1100 £1500
1491 World Notes Iraq National Bank 1/4 Dinar, Law no.42 of 1947 first issue 1950, series E806540, portrait young King Faisal II at right, (Pick27), 2 pinholes and edge nicks, cleaned and pressed good Fine £125 £150
1492 World Notes Iraq National Bank 1/4 Dinar, Law of 1947 issued 1955 series H/1 962518, portrait King Faisal II as an adolescent at right, (Pick37), some light dirt, nice original good Fine £150 £200
1493 World Notes Ireland Williams & Finn Dublin private issue 1 guinea dated 1805 for William Williams & Michael Finn, No.A4808, (PB 222) small pieces missing around edges otherwise VG and scarce £100 £200
1494 World Notes Isle of Man Government 1 Pound issued 1972 series D816820, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, signed Stallard, (Pick29a), in ICG holder HIGHEST possible grade 70 Perfect Uncirculated, rare to see any note with this 70 grade £100 £200
1495 World Notes Israel (6), 100 New Sheqalim dated 1995 (Pick56c), 20 New Sheqalim dated 1987 (Pick54a), 10 New Sheqalim dated 1987 (Pick53b), 100 New Sheqalim dated 1998 (Pick61a), 50 New Sheqalim dated 1998 (Pick60a), 20 New Sheqalim dated 1998 (Pick59a), Uncirculated collection £140 £200
1496 World Notes Italy 100,000 Lire dated 1994 series YD 757682 H, portrait Caravaggio at right, (Pick117b), good VF £80 £100
1497 World Notes Italy 500 lire dated 1943A series A15172054A, Allied Military Currency WW2, (PickM22a), light dirt and toning, about VF £30 £50
1498 World Notes Japan & China WW2 overprints (76), a mixed range of notes with some duplication, mixed circulated grades £60 £80
1499 World Notes Japan (27), a collection of Japan and Japanese military with overprint for use in China during WW2, some duplication, in mixed grades £60 £80
1500 World Notes Japan (34), including 5 Sen (6) issued 1944, (Pick52), 10 Sen (2) issued 1944, (Pick53), 1 Yen issued 1944, (Pick54a), 50 Sen (10) issued 1942 - 1944, (Pick59), and other Japan issues, plus a few WW2 China overprint issues, many in good grade £60 £80
1501 World Notes Japan (4), 20 Sen issued 1881 (1882) Japanese Imperial Government note (Pick15), 1 Yen issued 1916 block 174, convertible silver note, (Pick30a), 5 Yen issued 1916, convertible gold issue (Pick35), 10 Yen issued 1946 currency reform revalidated with adhesive stamp (Shoshi), (Pick79b), all notes have been cleaned and pressed, need viewing £150 £200
1502 World Notes Jersey (20), a nice collection of German Occupation Notes from WW2, 6 Pence (7) issued 1941 - 1942, (Pick1a), 1 Shilling (6) issued 1941 - 1942, (Pick2a), 2 Shillings (5) issued 1941 - 1942, (Pick3a), 2 Shillings (2) issued 1941 - 1942, (Pick4a), plus 2 other world notes, the majority good EF to about Uncirculated £1000 £1500
1503 World Notes Jersey (4), collectors SPECIMEN series sets with Maltese Cross prefix issued 1978, Jersey 1, 5, 10 & 20 Pounds matching serial numbers 006319, without folder, (PickCS1), Uncirculated or about £80 £120
1504 World Notes Lebanon (8) Banque du Liban, 100 Livres (2) dated 1988, a consecutively numbered pair, (Pick66d), about Uncirculated, 50 Livres (2) dated 1988, a consecutively numbered pair, (Pick65d), Uncirculated, 10 Livres (2) dated 1986, a consecutively numbered pair, (Pick63f), Uncirculated or about, 5 Livres (2) dated 1986, a consecutively numbered pair, about Uncirculated £5 £20
1505 World Notes Lebanon 100 Livres dated 1958 SPECIMEN note series E15 000000, perforated 'Cancelled', (Pick60 for type), light glue residue to right border on reverse, good EF to about Uncirculated £150 £200
1506 World Notes Lesotho Central Bank (3) dated 2001, 200 Maloti, 100 Maloti & 50 Maloti, matching VERY LOW '13' serial number, B000013, F000013 & L000013, (Pick17d, Pick19c & Pick20b), Uncirculated, rare as a set of matching low numbers £200 £400
1507 World Notes Lesotho Central Bank 50 Maloti dated 1997, VERY LOW serial number E000004, King Moshoeshoe I seated at left, (Pick17b), Uncirculated £25 £50
1508 World Notes Lesotho Central Bank SPECIMEN (2) issued 1981, 20 Maloti & 50 Maloti, series A/81 000000, with punched holes through signatures, (Pick7 & Pick8), Uncirculated £50 £100
1509 World Notes Lesotho Central Bank SPECIMEN (3) issued 1994, 50 Maloti, 100 Maloti & 200 Maloti, the 50 & 200 series A 000000, the 100 series AA000000, (Pick17, Pick18 & Pick20), Uncirculated £75 £150
1510 World Notes Lesotho Central Bank SPECIMEN (5) issued 1981, 2 Maloti, 5 Maloti, 10 Maloti, 20 Maloti & 50 Maloti, all 5 notes series A/81 000000, with punched holes through signatures, except the 50 Maloti which has no holes, (Pick4 to Pick8), Uncirculated, rare to see complete set of this date issue £150 £300
1511 World Notes Lesotho Monetary Authority SPECIMEN (2), first series issued 1979, 5 Maloti series J/79 000000, 10 Maloti series C/79 000000, rare specimens WITHOUT punched holes through signatures, (Pick2 & Pick3), Uncirculated £50 £100
1512 World Notes Libya (18), 10 Dinars (2) issued 1972, with inscription, (Pick37b), one with inked numbers on reverse and tiny edge nick pressed VF, the other about VF, 10 Dinars (2) issued 1980, scarcer signature 1, (Pick46a), one with small edge tear, pressed about VF, 10 Dinars (2), issued 1991 a consecutively numbered pair series 898197 & 898198, Omar el-Mukhtar at centre left, signature 5, (Pick61b), about Uncirculated, 10 Dinars (12), issued 2004, 2 x consecutively numbered runs series 271095 - 271100 and 458651 - 458656, portrait Omar el-Mukhtar at centre left, signature 9, (Pick70a), all Uncirculated £110 £150
1513 World Notes Liechtenstein (3), 10 Heller, 20 Heller & 50 Heller issued 1920, (Pick1 - Pick3), Uncirculated £60 £80
1514 World Notes Malawi (63), collection in an album ranging from 10 Shillings dated 1964 (Pick2) to 1000 Kwacha dated 2012 (Pick62), many denominations and dates in between, some duplication, in mixed grades (many Uncirculated), needs viewing £180 £350
1515 World Notes Malaya & British Borneo 10 Dollars dated 1st March 1961 series A/37 872393, farmer and ox at right, (Pick9a), cleaned and pressed VF £200 £250
1516 World Notes Malaya (5), 50 Cents, 20 Cents, 10 Cents, 5 Cents & 1 Cent dated 1941, portrait King George VI at left, (Pick6 - Pick10), high grade set, good EF to about Uncirculated £70 £100
1517 World Notes Malta 1 Pound (2), issued 1963 (Law 1949) series A/4 631145 & A/4 665301, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, (Pick26a), VF to good VF £90 £120
1518 World Notes Malta Banco Anglo Maltese 50 Lire Sterline undated and unsigned remainder, circa 1880's, these notes are usually seen without serial numbers, this one has serial number 1001, it is believed that this is the lowest serial number seen, (PickS116), in PCGS holder graded 62 New, very rare £300 £600
1519 World Notes Malta Government (3), 1 Pound issued 1951, portrait King George VI at right, (Pick22a), 3 x grades, good VF, good EF and Uncirculated £140 £200
1520 World Notes Middle East & Africa (146), including United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Kuwait, Jordan, Qatar, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Iran, Bahrain, Iraq, Syria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt plus others, a varied collection with some duplication, in mixed grades £200 £250
1521 World Notes Middle East & World (103), Bahrain (3), Oman (4), Qatar (8), Saudi Arabia (4), Iran (25), Iraq (32), Lebanon (15), Syria (3), Jordan (1) plus a few other world notes, mixed grades, needs viewing £200 £250
1522 World Notes Middle East (17), Bahrain (2), Sultanate of Muscat & Oman (2), Oman (8), Qatar (1) and United Arab Emirates (4), mixed circulated grades, some cleaned and pressed £150 £200
1523 World Notes Morocco 1000 Francs dated 1st August 1943 series D.115 308, (Pick28a), 3 small pinholes, ICG graded 30 Very Fine, a rare note £300 £400
1524 World Notes Netherlands (9), 100 Gulden (3) dated 2nd February 1953 (Pick88), 25 Gulden (3) dated 10th April 1955 (Pick87), 10 Gulden (3) dated 23rd March 1953 (Pick85), mixed circulated grades good Fine to EF £150 £200
1525 World Notes New Zealand & Australia cut Provincial notes (28), from the 1800's, various offices of issue including Hobart, Christchurch, Wellington etc., in 1 Pound, 5 Pounds, 10 Pounds & 20 Pounds denominations, including some unsigned/undated and others issued, all cut, some cut top or bottom margin and some cut both top and bottom margins, all with mounting marks on reverse, rare and interesting collection of Provincial notes £1000 £1200
1526 World Notes New Zealand (3), Scarce REPLACEMENT notes with star suffix, 1 Dollar series Y92 407639*, 2 Dollars series 9Y2 816738* and 5 Dollars series 992 036592* issued 1977 - 1981, all signed H.R. Hardie, (Pick163d, Pick164d & Pick165d), the 1 Dollar & 2 Dollars are Uncirculated or about and the 5 Dollars has a centre fold and is EF to good EF £45 £65
1527 World Notes New Zealand Reserve Bank (2), 10 Pounds issued 1960 - 1967 series AL 658599, signed Fleming, (Pick161d), pressed good VF, 5 Pounds issued 1960 - 1967 series 12L 970867, signed Fleming, (Pick160d), good EF £100 £150
1528 World Notes Nigeria Federation (2) & Nigeria Federal Republic (1), 5 Shillings dated 1958 series P/1 332373, (Pick2a), 4 holes and ink annotations on obverse, pressed good Fine, 10 Shillings dated 1958 series F/2 956310, (Pick3a), a few holes, ink annotations on obverse and small cut off corner, cleaned & pressed Fine, Nigeria Federal Republic 10 Shillings issued 1967 series A/7 574759, bank building at left, (Pick7), pressed about EF £105 £150
1529 World Notes North Korea (57) and South Korea (4), including 5 Won (30) dated 1947, 50 Won dated 1959, plus others, most Uncirculated or about £80 £100
1530 World Notes Papua New Guinea 20 kina SPECIMEN issued 1977, series SAA 000000, without 'specimen' overprint, signature 1, (Pick4s2), dent to corner, about Uncirculated £40 £60
1531 World Notes Peru 10 Soles de Oro (210), dated 1967 (47) some consecutively numbered runs seen, 1965 (110), 1963 (27) and 1962 (26), (Pick84), mixed grades many higher grade with Uncirculated notes seen £100 £200
1532 World Notes Portugal 20 Escudos dated 13th January 1925 series 1UQ12491, portrait Marques de Pombal at top centre, (Pick135), some dirt, Fine £300 £400
1533 World Notes Qatar & Dubai 1 Riyal issued 1960's series A/10 633856, (Pick1a), about EF to EF £180 £250
1534 World Notes Qatar 500 Riyals issued 1980's second series A/3 591841, (Pick12), tiny pinhole, nice original VF to good VF £300 £350
1535 World Notes Qatar Central Bank (3), 10 Riyals, 5 Riyals and 1 Riyal issued 2008 - 2015, all REPLACEMENT notes, (Pick28 - Pick30), Uncirculated £25 £40
1536 World Notes Rhodesia & Nyasaland (2), 1 Pound dated 8th May 1959 series X/31 240029, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, signed Grafftey-Smith, (Pick21a), some light stains, good Fine, 10 Shillings dated 1st February 1961 series W/34 265463, portrait Queen Elizabeth II at right, signed Richards, (Pick20b), one tiny edge nick, good Fine £100 £200
1537 World Notes Rhodesia & Zimbabwe (142), collection in an album ranging from 10 Shillings dated 1964 (Pick24a) to 500 Dollars dated 2009 (Pick98), includes early issues featuring Queen Elizabeth II, many denominations and dates in between, little duplication, in mixed grades (many Uncirculated), needs viewing £300 £500
1538 World Notes Rhodesia (12), 5 Dollars (4) dated 15th May 1979 including a consecutively numbered run of three notes, (Pick40) about Uncirculated, 2 Dollars (4) dated 24th May 1979 including a consecutively numbered run of three notes, (Pick39b) Uncirculated, 1 Dollar (4) dated 2nd August 1979 a consecutively numbered run of four notes, (Pick38) Uncirculated £270 £350
1539 World Notes Rhodesia (18) & South Africa (1), 1 Dollar (14) dated 2nd August 1979, most in consecutively numbered pairs, (Pick38) Uncirculated, 5 Dollars (2) dated 15th May 1979, (Pick40) Uncirculated, 2 Dollars dated 4th March 1975, (Pick31j) VF, 2 Dollars dated 24th May 1979, (Pick39b) about VF, South Africa 10 Rand issued 1975, (Pick114c) about Uncirculated, plus a quantity of coins, mainly from Rhodesia including 2 x Rhodesia Mint Sets 1964 £200 £300
1540 World Notes Romania (35), Bulgaria (2) & Montenegro (1) in an album, Romania ranging from 500 Lei dated 1919 to 100,000 Lei dated 1998, mixed grades, viewing recommended £150 £200
1541 World Notes Russia & Eastern Europe (37), Belarus (11) 1 Ruble to 100,000 Rublei dated 2000, (Pick21 to Pick30 & Pick34) Uncirculated, Bosnia Herzegovina (13) 10 Dinara to 10 Million Dinara dated 1992 & 1993, all with 'AA' prefix, (Pick133 - Pick144) Uncirculated, Russia (13) 5, 10 & 50 Rubles and 100 Rubles (10) a consecutively numbered run, all dated 1997, (Pick267 - Pick270) Uncirculated £150 £200
1542 World Notes Russia (21), 100 Rubles dated 1898, large note with portrait of Catherine II at left, signed Konshin, some dirt/stains and edge tears with attempted repairs, (Pick5c), 1000 Rubles (20) dated 1917, (Pick37), mixed grades £80 £100
1543 World Notes Russia (26), small Treasury notes 20 Rubles (18) issued 1917, (Pick38), Russia South 50 Rubles issued 1920, (PickS438), plus other small change treasury notes, mixed grades £60 £80
1544 World Notes Russia (6), Northwest Russia Field Treasury notes, 25 Kopeks dated 1919, (PickS201) surface dirt about EF, 1 Ruble dated 1919, (PickS203) small stain good Fine, 3 Rubles dated 1919, (PickS204) good Fine to about VF, 5 Rubles dated 1919, (PickS205) one tear and a few edge nicks, generally VF, 25 Rubles dated 1919, (PickS207) about EF, 100 Rubles dated 1919, (PickS208) small edge nicks good Fine £30 £60
1545 World Notes Sarawak 1 Dollar dated 1st January 1935 series A/4 558636, portrait C. Vyner Brooke at right, (Pick20), one set of staple holes, cleaned and pressed, Fine £280 £300
1546 World Notes Scotland (3), Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds dated 5th November 1985 series E877301, (Pick114e) about Uncirculated, 10 Pounds dated 17th September 1984 series AZ763861, (Pick113c) about Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 1st December 1975 series AN569572, (Pick112c) lightly pressed good EF looks better £100 £150
1547 World Notes Scotland (3), SPECIMEN collection from Bank of Scotland, 20 Pounds dated 12th January 1993, 10 Pounds dated 13th April 1994 and 5 Pounds dated 18th January 1993, all with red 'specimen' overprint diagonally on obverse and reverse, Uncirculated or about £180 £250
1548 World Notes Scotland (4), Bank of Scotland collection in high grade, 20 Pounds dated 5th November 1985 series F491117, (Pick114e) about Uncirculated, 20 Pounds dated 3rd February 1992 RADAR series Z022220, (Pick118) Uncirculated, 20 Pounds (2) dated 18th June 2001 a pair of consecutively numbered notes series DS362424 & DS362425, (Pick121d) very light centre crease, about Uncirculated £160 £200
1549 World Notes Scotland (4), Royal Bank of Scotland plc set all FIRST PREFIX with LOW No's, 20 Pounds series A/1 000910, (Pick349), 10 Pounds series A/1 000981, (Pick348), 5 Pounds series A/1 000977, (Pick347), 1 Pound series A/1000992, (Pick346), all dated 25th March 1987, Uncirculated or about £100 £200
1550 World Notes Scotland (5), Bank of Scotland SPECIMEN set dated 17th September 2007, 100 Pounds, 50 Pounds, 20 Pounds, 10 Pounds & 5 Pounds, all with serial no. AA000000 and 'specimen' overprint diagonally in red on obverse and reverse, portrait Sir Walter Scott at centre, (Pick124 - Pick128), all Uncirculated or about £400 £500
1551 World Notes Scotland (6), Royal Bank of Scotland collection in high grade, 5 Pounds dated 25th March 1987 FIRST series LOW number A/1 000986, (Pick347a) light dent about Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 25th March 1987 series A/4 065861, (Pick347a) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 22nd June 1988 series A/51 618504, (Pick347a) lightly rippled paper Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 6th February 2002 Commemorative Queens Golden Jubilee series TQGJ0001416, (Pick362) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 14th May 2004 Commemorative Royal & Ancient golf club series R&A1001402, in presentation folder, (Pick363) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 14th July 2005 Commemorative Jack Nicklaus series JWN0469751, (Pick365) rippled paper Uncirculated £90 £150
1552 World Notes Scotland (6), Union Bank, an uncut sheet of 4 printers proof £1 all dated 8th December 1952, (Pick s816a), series F/33 801000, F/33 802000, F/34 826000 & F/34 827000, all with punch-holes & printers notes & bank stamps, mount marks reverse, National Commercial Bank 20 Pounds dated 16th September 1959 series A101852, annotation on obverse and reverse, (Pick267) VF, Bank of Scotland 1 Pound dated 25th August 1977 REPLACEMENT series Z/2 0543066, (Pick111c) about Uncirculated £80 £150
1553 World Notes Scotland (7), Royal Bank of Scotland collection in high grade, 5 Pounds dated 19th March 1969 series A/12 608725, (Pick330) lightly pressed good EF looks better, 5 Pounds dated 15th July 1970 series A/16 916638, (Pick335) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 1st May 1975 series A/34 505407, (Pick337a) small dent about Uncirculated to Uncirculated, 5 Pounds (2) dated 3rd May 1982 a pair of consecutively numbered notes series B/21 551502 & B/21 551503, (Pick342a) about Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 1st May 1980 series A/76 830015, (Pick337a) Uncirculated, 5 Pounds dated 17th December 1986 series B/66 771904, (Pick342d) light centre fold about good EF to about Uncirculated £200 £300
1554 World Notes Scotland 10 Pounds Bank of Scotland, EXPERIMENTAL polymer issue, dated 1st June 2016 series XX010289, portrait Sir Walter Scott at right, (Pick131a), Uncirculated and very rare £400 £600
1555 World Notes Scotland 50 Pounds dated 14th September 2005 series RBS11963, Royal Bank of Scotland PLC special commemorative prefix RBS, (Pick366), Uncirculated £150 £200
1556 World Notes Scotland Bank of Scotland £10 SPECIMEN dated 1st February 1995 series AA000000, signed Pattullo & Burt, Pick120as, about UNC £40 £80
1557 World Notes Scotland Bank of Scotland £20 SPECIMEN dated 1st October 1970 series A000000 signed Polwarth & Walker, Pick114as, about UNC £75 £150
1558 World Notes Scotland Bank of Scotland £20 SPECIMEN dated 1st October 1970 series A000000 signed Polwarth & Walker, Pick114as, about UNC £75 £150
1559 World Notes Scotland Bank of Scotland £5 SPECIMEN dated 6th November 1991 series EK000000, signed Pattullo & Burt, Pick116bs, UNC £40 £80
1560 World Notes Scotland Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds dated 11th June 1956 series 6/A 3094, large note, (Pick94e), lightly pressed about EF looks better £120 £200
1561 World Notes Scotland Bank of Scotland promissory note, 50 Pounds dated 184x unissued, relating to the Territory of Nova Scotia and Dependencies, some staining and dirt, small edge tear, good Fine £30 £50
1562 World Notes Scotland Clydesdale Bank PLC 20 Pounds dated 8th April 1985 series D/DW 039009, portrait Lord Kelvin at left, (Pick215b), about Uncirculated and scarce in this condition £100 £200
1563 World Notes Scotland Royal Bank Limited 10 Pounds (2), dated 19th March 1969 series A/1 070110 and A/1 168465, (Pick331), EF to good EF £160 £200
1564 World Notes Scotland Royal Bank of Scotland 100 Pounds dated 1st October 1960 series F2 224, large note, (Pick320c), very small smudges on reverse, lovely original EF, scarce note £700 £1200
1565 World Notes Scotland Royal Bank of Scotland 20 Pounds dated 1st December 1952 series F111 2123, large note, (Pick319c), a few tiny spots on reverse, lovely original about EF £150 £300
1566 World Notes Scotland The Royal Bank of Scotland Fifty Pounds 14 September 2005 Serial No. A/2 000354 Inverness Castle P367 Unc £50 £90
1567 World Notes Scotland, Bank of Scotland 100 Pounds issued 1880 (dated 18xx), Experimental Colour Trial in purple, handstamped SPECIMEN in black, (Paper Money of Scotland BA78), about Uncirculated and rare £100 £200
1568 World Notes Scotland, British Military & British Postal orders (total 24 items), Bank of Scotland & Royal Bank of Scotland range (12), 1 Pound, 5 Pounds and 20 Pounds, British Military Authority (4), 1 Shilling and 10 Shillings issued 1943 for use in North Africa, British Armed Forces (4) and British Postal orders (4) 3 with portrait King George VI at top left, 1 with portrait Queen Elizabeth II at top left, nice collection in mixed grades £75 £100
1569 World Notes