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Certified Coins : Auction 138 : Lot 770

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 138
Certified Coins Lot
770
1693 Corbet Issue in copper Peck 593 Obverse Busts to right the King cuirassed, laureated with long hair, the Queen draped, similar in style to the tin farthings of 1689-1692, differing slightly in the arrangement of the hair over the shoulder, Reverse a figure of Britannia from a punch as used for the farthings of , date 1693 in exergue. Toothed Border. 24mm diameter, graded Fine 25 by , Excessively Rare with only 5 specimens known, 3 of the other 4 being in museums, the only other example available to commerce was sold at Baldwins 25/9/2006 Lot 508 VF £5750 hammer price, and again sold by Colin Cooke in the Oxford 14/4/2008 (lot 307) for £9500 hammer price, Ex-Michael Freeman
£4,000
Farthing 1693 Corbet Issue in copper Peck 593 Obverse Busts to right the King cuirassed, laureated with long hair, the Queen draped, similar in style to the tin farthings of 1689-1692, differing slightly in the arrangement of the hair over the shoulder, Reverse a figure of Britannia from a punch as used for the farthings of Charles II, date 1693 in exergue. Toothed Border. 24mm diameter, graded Fine 25 by CGS, Excessively Rare with only 5 specimens known, 3 of the other 4 being in museums, the only other example available to commerce was sold at Baldwins 25/9/2006 Lot 508 VF £5750 hammer price, and again sold by Colin Cooke in the Oxford Collection 14/4/2008 (lot 307) for £9500 hammer price, Ex-Michael Freeman : Certified Coins : Auction 138 : Lot 770
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Farthing 1693 Corbet Issue in copper Peck 593 Obverse Busts to right the King cuirassed, laureated with long hair, the Queen draped, similar in style to the tin farthings of 1689-1692, differing slightly in the arrangement of the hair over the shoulder, Reverse a figure of Britannia from a punch as used for the farthings of Charles II, date 1693 in exergue. Toothed Border. 24mm diameter, graded Fine 25 by CGS, Excessively Rare with only 5 specimens known, 3 of the other 4 being in museums, the only other example available to commerce was sold at Baldwins 25/9/2006 Lot 508 VF £5750 hammer price, and again sold by Colin Cooke in the Oxford Collection 14/4/2008 (lot 307) for £9500 hammer price, Ex-Michael Freeman : Certified Coins : Auction 138 : Lot 770
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