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1300 Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1811 ESC 969 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS £130 - £170
1301 Bank Token One Shilling and Sixpence 1813 ESC 976 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS £140 - £170
1302 Brass Threepence 1950 Peck 2394 Lustrous UNC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 78 £50 - £100
1303 Britannia £100 2007 One Ounce Platinum Proof S.4454A FDC in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 97 £1,400 - £1,800
1304 Britannia £50 2007 Half Ounce Platinum Proof S.4464A FDC slabbed and graded CGS 96 £700 - £900
1305 Britannia Gold £100 1988 One Ounce S.BQ1 Lustrous UNC £1,400 - £1,800
1306 Crown 1658 8 over 7 Cromwell ESC 10, Bull 240, 30.04 grammes, GVF/Near EF, the die flaw at an intermediate stage, perhaps once cleaned, now retoned with a multi-coloured tone retaining much eye appeal £6,750 - £7,500
1307 Crown 1662 Rose with undated edge ESC 15 Fine/Good Fine and graded 30 by LCGS £300 - £400
1308 Crown 1671 VICESIMO TERTIO, ESC 43, Bull 386, VG, the reverse better, with some double striking to the date and legend on either side £50 - £90
1309 Crown 1679 Fourth Bust TRICESIMO PRIMO ESC 57, Bull 405, Good Fine or better with some haymarking and a metal flaw on the harp strings £150 - £300
1310 Crown 1687 ESC 78 VG £80 - £120
1311 Crown 1696 ESC 94, Bull 1004 PCGS MS63 desirable thus £2,000 - £2,500
1312 Crown 1696 Third Bust, ESC 94, Bull 1004, the edge with the legend largely obliterated by what appears to be a crude attempt at milling, 29.95 grammes, Near Fine £75 - £100
1313 Crown 1707 E ESC 103 SEXTO VF and graded 45 by LCGS £600 - £800
1314 Crown 1707E 13 Harp Strings, Stop rather than colon after ET, ESC 103, Bull 1351 Fine/Good Fine with an old scratch on the obverse, the reverse once lightly cleaned £200 - £300
1315 Crown 1739 Roses ESC 122 EF and nicely toned graded 60 by LCGS and in their holder £1,400 - £1,800
1316 Crown 1741 Roses ESC 123, Bull 1666 EF or better and seems conservatively graded by LCGS at 60 £1,800 - £2,400
1317 Crown 1818 LVIII ESC 211, Bull 2005 NEF nicely toned, the obverse with a few heavier contact marks £350 - £500
1318 Crown 1844 Cinquefoil stops on edge, ESC 281, Bull 2562, VF and bold with a gentle edge bruise £350 - £450
1319 Crown 1891 ESC 301, Bull 2591 EF in an LCGS holder and graded LCGS 60 £50 - £100
1320 Crown 1893 LVI ESC 303, Bull 2593, Davies 501 dies 1A, UNC or near so with original lustre, with hints of golden toning in the legends a most attractive example with considerable eye appeal £250 - £350
1321 Crown 1897 LXI ESC 313, Bull 2603, Davies 522 dies 2D GVF or better the reverse with some old scratches £50 - £90
1322 Crown 1902 ESC 361 nicely toned Unc and graded MS62 by NGC £150 - £250
1323 Crown 1928 ESC 368 Unc and graded 80 by LCGS desirable thus £400 - £500
1324 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633, About Fine/Good Fine £70 - £130
1325 Crown 1928 ESC 368, Bull 3633, GVF with some edge nicks and traces of old lacquering in the obverse legend £120 - £200
1326 Crown 1929 ESC 369, Bull 3636 EF/NEF with some contact marks £150 - £200
1327 Crown 1930 ESC 370, Bull 3638 VG/Near Fine £100 - £150
1328 Crown 1932 ESC 372, Bull 3641 EF/NEF and lustrous, the reverse with a small tone spot on the crown £400 - £600
1329 Crown 1933 ESC 373, Bull 3644 bright EF £120 - £180
1330 Crown 1935 Raised Edge Proof ESC 378, Bull 3655 nFDC with minor toning and very light hairlines only, in the original red box of issue retaining virtually full mint brilliance, and a scratch or fault easily overlooked in the King's ear £250 - £500
1331 Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021 nFDC with some hairlines and light toning £60 - £90
1332 Crown 1937 Proof ESC 393, Bull 4021 the obverse nicely frosted portrait nFDC with the odd scattered hairlines and contact marks, retaining much original mint brilliance £80 - £100
1333 Crown 1953 Proof ESC 393G, Bull 4331 nFDC with a hint of toning £50 - £75
1334 Crowns (2) 1695 SEPTIMO ESC 86, Bull 990 VG with two long thin scratches on the obverse, 1696 OCTAVO ESC 89, Bull 995 VG/NVG £100 - £120
1335 Dollar Bank of England 1804 No Stop after REX, Obverse E, Reverse 2, ESC 164, Bull 1951 Good Fine with an edge bruise £75 - £150
1336 Dollar Bank of England 1804 No Stop After REX, Obverse E, Reverse 2, part of the under type visible including the last digit (7) of the date and the LIMAE monogram mintmark, Fine possibly once lightly cleaned £50 - £75
1337 Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse A, Reverse 2b, Inverted Incuse K below shield, in an NGC holder and graded XF details, surface hairlines. A Very Rare type rated at R2 by the 1992 ESC £75 - £150
1338 Dollar Bank of England 1804 Obverse E, Reverse 2, No Stop after REX ESC 164, Bull 1951, Good Fine/Fine £100 - £140
1339 Dollar George III Octagonal Countermark on a Peru 8 Reales 1796 LIMA mintmark ESC 140A, Bull 1872, in an NGC holder and graded XF40. Very Rare and rated R2 by ESC and Bull £300 - £600
1340 Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Bolivia 8 Reales 1791 PTS ESC 131, Bull 1855 Countermark NVF, host coin About Fine with an unusual irregularly shaped countermark on the shield £100 - £180
1341 Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Mexico 8 Reales 1788 Mo FM ESC 129, Bull 1852 Countermark Good Fine, host coin Fine £175 - £350
1342 Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Mexico 8 Reales 1791 Mo FM ESC 129, Bull 1852 Countermark VF, host coin NVF £200 - £400
1343 Dollar George III Oval Countermark on a Mexico 8 Reales 1795 FM Mo ESC 129, Bull 1852 Countermark NEF host coin GVF with traces of old lacquering £300 - £550
1344 Double Florin 1887 Arabic 1 ESC 395, Bull 2697 GEF and lustrous with some very light contact marks £30 - £50
1345 Farthing 1672 Peck 519 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by LCGS finest recorded from 6 on the LCGS population report £800 - £1,100
1346 Farthing 1675 5 over 3 AU with traces of lustre reverse and graded 75 by CGS rare, this being the only example of this variety recorded on the LCGS population report £1,200 - £1,500
1347 Farthing 1714 Queen Anne small flan Peck 741 GVF and graded 45 by LCGS £500 - £750
1348 Farthing 1741 Peck 885 GEF-AU and conservatively graded by LCGS at 70 and one of the first coins they graded with UIN 000005 £300 - £400
1349 Farthing 1754 Peck 892 Unc with some faint lustre graded 82 by LCGS and the finest recorded of 13 on the LCGS population report £300 - £400

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