Coins and Commemorative Medals: Winter Auction

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Coins and Commemorative Medals: Winter Auction

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Tuesday 10th December 2019 - 12:00pm  

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Henry of Anjou (c. 1150), Penny, Bristol, Godimer (?), 1.02g, 4h, h[e]n[r]ic[vs rex], crowned bust right, holding sceptre, the crown with high, square, sides and decorated with three fleur de lis and a row of pearls (as Stephen's 'Watford' type 1), rev. +g[...]mer: on: br[...], quadrilateral on cross fleury (as Henry I type 15) (EMC 2019.0213 this coin; N.940; S.1329), buckled, as found and with no attempt to straighten the coin, much of the legend and other details clear and so very fine for this extremely rare type, an important find, providing a new mint and a new moneyer for this typeprove...

Henry II (1154-1189), Penny, Tealby class E2, Adam, 1.29g, crowned king facing, trefoil below mantle, rev. [a]dam on [-], long cross potent, small cross pattée in each angle (N.960; S.1341), striking softness in parts, otherwise almost fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Henry II (1154-89), Pennies, Short cross types (2), class Ic, London, Gefrei, 1.02g, 1h, (Mass 596 same reverse die; S.1345); another, class Ib1, York, Hugo, 1.19g, 10h (Mass 561; S.1344); also, Richard I, Pennies (2), class IIIab1, London, Stivene, 1.27g, 4h, (Mass 794; S.1347); another, class IVb, Canterbury, Goldwine, 0.79g, 7h (Mass 1051; S.1348C), fair to fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

John (1199-1216), Penny, class Va2, York, Nicole, 1.39g, i.m. cross pommée, legend beginning at 9 o'clock, flat-topped r, reversed s (Mass 1344 same dies; Allen, obv. 82; N.969; S.1350B), slightly wavy flan, otherwise well-centred and pleasingly well struck, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

John (1199-1216), Penny, class Vb2, London, Willelm L, 1.42g, 8h, vn on lvn ligate (cf. Mass 1443; S.1351), near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Henry III (1216-72), Pennies, Short cross types, class VII (6), Canterbury (3), Henri (2) 1.40g, 5h, VIIb2 (Mass 1983); another, 1.41g, 3h, VIIb3 (Mass 1984); another, Willem, 0.94g, 2h, VIIb4 (Mass 2014); also, London (3), Abel, VIIa1, 1.45g, 2h, a to point under cross bar (Mass 1948 same reverse die; S.1356A), toned, almost very fine; another, Ilger, 1.35g, 2h, VIIb1 (Mass 2029; S.1356B); also, Ravf, 1.24g, 10h, VIIa1, 'Durham type', narrow portrait (Mass 1960, cf. 1948 for portrait type; S.1356A); additionally, Cut Halfpenny, London, Henri (?), 0.67g (S.1356); also, Cut Farthing, illegible;...

Henry III (1216-72), Pennies, Long cross types, London (4), class 2, Nicole [de Sancti Albani], 1.27g, 11h (S.1361), attractively toned, very fine; also, class 3b, Willem, 1.16g, 5h, m.m. 3 (S.1363), irregular flan, darkly toned, good very fine; another, class 5b2, Ricard, 1.30g, 4h (S.1368A), fine; lastly, class 5, Canterbury, Walter or Willem, heavily double-struck, otherwise about fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies (2), Voided Long cross type, class VI, Bury St Edmunds, Ion (Eaglen 349, dies Aa; N.1001; S.1377), crimped, with 'Colchester' Hoard II tone, almost very fine; also, 'Great Recoinage', class 3cd, London (N.1018), fine; also, 'Black Money', Sterling Jetton, used in small change in early 14th Century, fine (3)provenancei) Presumed to be from the Colchester II Hoard, 1969, one of 1,716 Pennies struck from the same pair of dies by Ion at Bury St Edmunds that were recovered from the troveSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and C...

Edward I (1272-1307), Penny, class 1c, 1.28g, 7h, colon stop after edw (N.1012; S.1382), toned, very fine, a pleasing coinSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Penny, class 8b, 1.35g, 3h, high central spear, top-tilted s (N.1034/2; S.1406), toned, very fine, a scarcer typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, Berwick, types I-IV (5), 1.25g, 4h; 1.20g, 8h; 1.19g, 2h; 1.39g, 4h; 1.20g, 8h (S.1415), some softly struck or with ragged edges, otherwise generally good fine to very fine (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, Bristol (3), 2b, 1.35g, 8h (N.1015); 3cd, 1.17g, 8h (N.1018/19); lastly, 9b1, 1.34g, 1h (N.1037/1; S.1416), the second chipped, otherwise fine to very fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, Canterbury (8), 2b, 1.15g, 4h (N.1015); 3d, 1.35g, 2h (N.1019); 4b, 1.27g, 1h (N.1024); 4d, 1.36g, 7h, stop before tor (N.1026); 9b1, 1.37g, 10h (N.1037/1); 10ab2, 1.39g, 12h, large lettering, reads edwar (N.1038/1); 10cf3/ab mule, 1.32g, 9h (N.1042/38); 10cf1 (?), 1.37g, 10h, reads ang...hyb ', generally fine or better (8)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, Durham (8), class 3g, under Bishop de Insula, 1.36g, 6h, rev. civitas dvreme (N.1022; S.1422); under Bishop Bec, i.m. cross moline (4), 4b, 1.25g, 6h (N.1024); also, 10cf (3), 10cf2, 1.54g, 12h (N.1041); and, 10cf3a, 'broken letters', 1.41g, 2h (N.1042/1); another, 10cf3b, new letters, h with out-turned tail, 1.39g, 2h, reads ...dns hy h in error N.1042/2; S.1423); lastly, 'Royal' mint (3), 9b1, 1.38g, 1h, rev. reads ...dvrehe, m double-barred (N.1037/1); also, 10ab2, 'large lettering' (2), i) 10ab2/9b mule, 1.41g, 5h (N.1038/1037); another, 'true' coin, 1.44g, 1...

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, London (14), 1c, 1.38g, 3h (N.1012; S.1382); 2a, 1.31g, 7h (N.1014; S.1385); 3bc, 1.22g, 7h (N.1017/1; S.1388/89); 3cd, 1.19g, 10h (N.1018/19; S.1389/90), chipped; 3g, 1.28g, 2h (N.1022; S.1393); 4b (2), 1.42g, 2h; another, 1.29g, 4h (N.1024; S.1395), the second chipped; 4e, 1.41g, 5h, pellet on breast (N.1027; S.1398); 9b1, 1.33g, 5h (N.1037/1; S.1408); 10ab (3), 10ab3a, 1.30g, 12h, reads edwar (N.1038/2a; S.1409A); another, 10ab3a/9b mule, 1.30g, 2h, similar (N.1038.2A/1037.1; S.1409B/1408), chipped; another, 10ab6, 1.38g, 2h, reads edwa (N.1039/4; S.1409A); 10...

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, Newcastle (3), 9b1, 1.39g, 2h (N.1037/1); 9b1/10ab mule, 1.23g, 12h (N.1037.2/1038); lastly, 10ab2, 1.31g, 4h (N.1038/1; S.1428), generally fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Pennies, York (3), Royal Mint, 9b1, 1.39g, 4h (N.1037/1; S.1429); also, Archbishop's Mint, 3e (2), 1.40g, 11h; 1.35g, 10h, rev. quatrefoil in centre (N.1020; S.1430), fine to very fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward II (1307-27), Pennies (10), class 10cf3-5 (2), London, 1.43g, 4h; another, Canterbury, 1.15g, 8h; also, class 11a1, London, 0.98g, 1h, round-backed e, small letters (S.1455); also, 11b, angular-backed e (4), Canterbury (2), 11b2, 1.42g, 2h, another, 11b3, 1.37g, 10h, n with 'exaggerated serifs' (S.1466); also, London (2), 11b2, 1.31g, 11h, incurved uprights; another, 11b3, 1.27g, 2h, open c (S.1456); also Durham, Bishop Kellawe, 11b1, 1.35g, 4h, rev. crozier as one limb of cross (S.1469); Canterbury, class 15a, 1.28g, 10h (N.1066); lastly, Durham, Bishop Beaumont, class 14, 1.36g, 5h, m...

Henry VI, first reign (1422-61), Noble, annulet issue, London, 6.94g, 8h, m.m. lis, trefoil stops on obverse, annulet stops on reverse, h|enric' [lis] di'. gra'. rex. angl z franc. dns. hyb', King standing in ship, holding sword and shield, annulet by sword arm, rev. ih'c. [mullet] avt'. transiens. per. medivm. illorv. ibat, cross fleury, h in centre, annulet in first spandrel (cf. Schneider I, 274ff; N.1414; S.1799), a full round coin, a very light surface mark on the reverse, otherwise extremely fineWith Spink ticket £800 [in hand of Sinclair]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more i...

Henry VI, first reign (1422-61), Noble, annulet issue, Tower, 6.90g, 4h, i.m. lis, trefoil stops on obverse, annulet stops on reverse, h|enric' [lis] di'. gra'. rex. angl z franc. dns. hyb', King standing in ship, holding sword and shield, annulet by sword arm, rev. ih'c. [mullet] avt'. transiens. per. medivm. illorv. ibat, cross fleury, h in centre, annulet in first spandrel (Schneider I, 275; N.1414; S.1799), edge made round and filed, otherwise good very fine in NGC details holder, graded UNC Details - Rim FilingD W Eves collection (Purchased Spink, 1977)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premiu...

Henry VIII (1509-47), Angel, 5.07g, 2h, m.m. castle with pellet before both sides, single saltire stops on obverse except double after rex and at end of legend after spear, double saltire stops on reverse, henric? v.i.i.i.' di'. gra. rex: agl. z. f', St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. per: crvce: tva': salva: nos; xpe': rede', ship with shield, mast divides h and rose (cf. Schneider I, 557 - legend variety; N.1760; S.2265), some double striking but about extremely fineWith Spink ticket £900 [in hand of Sinclair]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and...

Henry VIII (1509-47), Groats, Tower (2), first issue, 2.91g, 4h, m.m. portcullis (N.1762; S.2316), almost very fine; another, second coinage, 2.66g, 7h, m.m. lis, reads france (N.1797; Laker bust D; S.2337E), creased, fine; also, Halfgroats (2), Canterbury, Archbishop Warham, 1.31g, 10h, m.m. cross patonce, rev. w-a beside shield (N.1802; S.2343), toned, very fine; another, York, Archbishop Walsey, 1.29g, 4h, similar to last, rev. t-w beside shield, mitre below (N.1805; S.2346), pierced, near very fine; lastly, 'Sovereign' Penny, Durham, Bishop Ruthall, 0.84g, rev. t-d beside shield (N.1777; S...

Edward VI, in the name of Henry VIII, Groat, 2.51g, 8h, no m.m. (N.1876; S.2409), base fabric with copper deposits in recesses, otherwise a bold fine; also, coinage in his own name, Shillings (2), second period, m:d:xlix (1549), 4.05g, m.m. grapple (N.1917/1; S.2466A), ragged edge, only fair but rare; lastly, third period, fine silver issue, 6.15g, 2h, m.m. y (N.1937; S.2482), fields tooled in antiquity, otherwise fine, the reverse better (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VI (1547-53), Crown, 1551, third coinage, fine silver issue, Southwark, 30.37g, 2h, m.m. y, king on horseback right, rev. shield on long cross fourchée (Lingford A-11; N.1933; S.2478), removed from a mount and superficially cleaned, otherwise almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VI (1547-53), Halfcrown, 1551, third coinage, fine silver issue, 15.26g, 10h, m.m. y, king on horseback, horse with plume and walking right, rev. shield on long cross fourchée (N.1934; S.2479), fair to fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VI (1547-53), Shilling, third coinage, fine silver issue, Tower, 5.90g, 6h, m.m. y, crowned bust three-quarters left, rev. shield over cross fourchée (N.1937; S.2482), bright surfaces, good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Mary, sole reign (1553-54), Groat, 2.02g, 7h (N.1960; S.2492), creased, good; also, Philip and Mary (1554-58), Groat, 1.96g, 8h, m.m. lis (N.1973; S.2508), about fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Philip and Mary (1554-58), Shilling, 1555, Tower, 5.70g, 3h, busts vis-a-vis, crown dividing date above, English titles, legend ends angl, rev. crowned shield, with value (N.1968; S.2501), lightly creased, otherwise a bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Half-Pound [of 10-Shillings], first to fourth issues, Tower, 5.55g, 12h, m.m. cross crosslet (Schneider I, 738; N.1982; S.2520), traces of edge smoothing, very fine, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details (Cert. #4863601-002)D W Eves collection (Purchased Spink, 1977)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth I (1558-1602), Half-Pound [of 10-Shillings], milled issue, Tower, 5.71g, 6h, m.m. lis, crowned bust left, wearing ornately decorated bodice, rev. crowned square-topped shield dividing cypher (Borden & Brown 6, O1/6.R1; Schneider I, 560 same dies; N.2019/4; S.2543), struck soft to periphery and a hint of creasing, otherwise, very fine, rareprovenanceBaldwin FPL, Summer 2014, BH056 - £12,500Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Sixpence, 1562, milled issue, Tower, 2.80g, 6h, m.m. star (N.2025/2; S.2594), light flan creasing, otherwise a bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Sixpence, 1567, third and fourth issues, Tower, 2.63g, 10h, m.m. coronet, crowned bust left, rose behind, rev. date above shield on long cross fourchée (N.1997; S.2562), fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Sixpence, 1592, sixth issue, 2.23g, 10h, m.m. tun (S.2578B); also, Charles I (1625-49), Sixpence, group E, Tower, 3.80g, 9h, m.m. tun, 'Aberystwyth' bust (Brooker 625 and 627; N.2243; S.2814), small scratch on obverse of first, both with dark tone, about very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Penny, second issue, bust 3C, m.m. martlet, 0.46g (N.1988; S.2558), toned, very fine or near so; additionally, Threefarthings, 1574, 0.28g, 10h, m.m. eglantine (N.2002; S.2571), rough surfaces, otherwise a bolder fine (2)provenancei) SNC, May 2009, ref. HS3765 - £150with further dealer's tickets indicatingPurchased Spink, June 1973, and previously Seaby [?], ref. HS215 ii) Purchased Spink, 30 April 2012Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Double-Crown, second coinage, 4.91g, 8h, m.m. coronet over grapes/coronet, fourth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned square topped shield dividing i-r (cf. Schneider II, 34; N.2087; S.2622; cf. Spink 238, lot 1241), light scratches behind head, otherwise an even round striking, almost very fine, the overstruck countermark not in the Schneider collection, rare thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Double-Crown, second coinage, 4.93g, 2h, m.m. tun, iacobvs.' d.' g.' ma.' bri.' fran.' et'. hi.' rex., fifth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. henricvs. rosas. regna. iacobvs., crowned shield dividing i-r (cf. Schneider II, 39, albeit different obverse legend; N.2088; S.2623), old tone, lightly creased, nearly very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Quarter Laurel, third coinage, 2.31g, 6h, m.m. lis, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned shield over cross fourchée (Schneider II, 98; N.2118; S.2642), softly struck in parts, and with a faint striking split at11 o'clock, otherwise toned, very fineWith Spink ticket - £250 [in hand of Finn]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), gold Quarter-Laurel, third coinage, 2.23g, 6h, m.m. spur rowel, iacobvs d:g: mag: bri: fra: et hi: rex, laureate and draped bust left, rev. henric-vs rosas regna iacobvs, crowned shield over cross fleury (cf. Schneider II, 93, albeit different obverse legend; N.2118; S.2642), slightly creased, good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Thistle-Crown [of 4-Shillings], Tower, 2.06g, 7h, m.m. escallop (over rose on obv,), crowned rose dividing cypher, rev. crowned thistle dividing cypher (Schneider II, 59; N.2096; S.2627), a light crease, otherwise good very fine, rare thusprovenanceBaldwin FPL, Summer 2014, BH073 - £1,950with Baldwin ticket in hand of Mitchell - £1,250Lockett, part II, Glendining, 11-17 October 1956, lot 2110 [part] - £15.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Shilling, third coinage, 5.94g, 11h, m.m. lis, sixth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. shield (N.2124; S.2668), dark tone, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Shilling, third coinage, 5.75g, 7h, m.m. lis, sixth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. shield (N.2124; S.2668), dark tone, soft in centre, good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Shilling, third coinage, 5.77g, 10h, m.m. trefoil, sixth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. shield (N.2124; S.2668), dark tone, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Shilling, third coinage, 5.90g, 10h, m.m. trefoil, sixth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. shield (N.2124; S.2668), dark tone, flat in parts, good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Shillings (8), first coinage, 5.98g, 2h, m.m. thistle, second bust (N.2073); also, second coinage (6), third bust, m.m. lis (2), 4.55g, 8h; 4.25g, 4h (N.2099); fourth bust (3), 5.79g, 11h, m.m. rose; 3.79g, 10h, m.m. escallop; 6.12g, 11h, m.m. coronet, rare (N.2100); fifth bust, 5.34g, 12h, m.m. tun (N.2101); lastly, third coinage, 5.86g, 6h, m.m. lis, sixth bust (N.2124); additionally, Sixpences (2), 1604, 2.71g, 8h, m.m. lis; another, 1606, 2.24g, 8h, m.m. escallop, some clipped small otherwise about fine to near very fine, a good group (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Pr...

James I (1603-25), Sixpence, third coinage, 2.80g, 1624, 3h, m.m. lis, sixth crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. shield (N.2126; S.2670), dark tone, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James I (1603-25), Halfgroat, 0.99g, 1h, m.m. rose (N.2104; S.2659), of neat style, near very fine; also, Penny, 0.51g, 6h, no m.m. (N.2106/1; S.2661), almost very fine; lastly, 'Lennox' Farthing, type 2, 0.70g, 6h, m.m. flower (S.2678), fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), gold Unite, group D, Tower, 8.92g, 12h, m.m. harp, fourth crowned bust left, value behind, rev. crowned oval sjield dividing crowned c-r (Schneider II, 145; N.2152; S.2691), from a mount, otherwise in style of 'fine work', very fineWith Spink ticket, £725 [in hand of Sinclair]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), gold Unite, group D, Tower, 9.05g, 12h, m.m portcullis, fourth bust left with unjewelled crown, rev. crowned shield, stop to left of m.m., but not before florent (Schneider II, 148-49 {smaller bust 5}; Brooker 85; N.2153; S.2692), edges smoothed and made round and since conserved, slightly double-struck in obverse legend, otherwise a pleasing portrait, a bold very fineprovenanceSpink auction 264, 24 September 2019, lot 263SNC, April 1995, no. 1666 - 'good VF' - £480'Prof Dr. Ossey', Spink 107, 22 November 1994, lot 71Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informat...

Charles I (1625-49), gold Double-Crown, Tower, 4.47g, 1h, m.m. lis, carolvs. d.g. mag. brit. fran. et hib. rex, crowned bust wearing fallinf lace collar left, outer arch of crown jewelled, rev. cvltores. svi. devs. protegit, crowned shield (cf. Schneider II, 174, albeit different obverse legend; Brooker 127-29; N.2159; S.2698), creased, fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, group II, type 2a, Tower, 14.89g, 2h, m.m. rose, king on horseback left, cross on housing, rev. oval shield, lis between small c-r above (Brooker 306; N.2205; S.2769), dark tone, good fine, reverse better, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, group III, type 3a1, Tower, 15.86g, 9h, m.m. tun, king on horseback left, scarf from waist, rev. oval shield (Brooker 334ff; N.2209; S.2773), dark tone, obverse weak in centre, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, group III, type 3a2, Tower, 13.27g, 8h, m.m. tun, king on horseback left, scarf from shoulder, rev. oval shield (Brooker 341; N.2211; S.2775), dark tone, good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrowns, Tower (4), including, group II, type 2c, 14.73g, 5h, m.m. portcullis, plume on horse's head, reads hi, rev. oval garnished shield dividing cypher (Brooker 316; S.2771); others, group III (2), type 3a1, 14.73g, 7h, m.m. crown, similar (Brooker 329; S.2773); another, type 3a3, 14.41g, 2h, m.m. (r), rev., e over g in regno (Brooker 357-58; S.2778); lastly, group IV, type 4, 14.85g, 8h, m.m. star, to left of sword and flanked by stops on obv. (cf. Brooker 365-68; S.2779), struck on irregular flans, near fine to good fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

Charles I (1625-49), "Halfcrown", a contemporary forgery struck in fine silver, in the style of Group IV, "Tower", 13.27g, 3h, m.m. (p), carolvs d g mag brit eran e hib rex, horseman left, rev. christo avspice regno, upside down a, round shield (cf. S.2779A), very fine, an academic curiositySubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, group D, type 3a, Tower, 6.02g, m.m. bell, no inner circles, crowned bust left, rev. oval shield (Brooker 488; N.2225; Sharp E1/1; S.2791), well struck on a full round flan, near very fine, dark but still attractive toneSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), 'Fine work' Shilling, group D, type 3b, Tower, 5.94g, 12h, m.m. bell, no inner circles, crowned bust left with falling lace collar, value behind, rev. m.m. (to right), oval garnished shield, plumes above (Brooker 491a same dies; N.2226; Sharp E2/3; S.2793), some old scratches across bright surfaces, otherwise very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, group D, type 3a, Tower, 5.88g, 2h, m.m. crown, no inner circles, crowned bust left, rev. oval shield (Brooker 498-99; N.2225; S.2791), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, group E, type 4.1var., Tower, 5.70g, 3h, m.m. anchor, crowned bust left, with rounded shoulder, flukes to left, rev. m.m. upright anchor, square-topped shield (Brooker 525-29; N.2230; Sharp F5/1; S.2797), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, group E, type 4.1var., Tower, 5.81g, 10h, m.m. triangle, crowned bust left, single arched crown, rev. square-topped shield over cross moline (Brooker 532; N.2230; Sharp F5/1; S.2797), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, group F, type 4.4, Tower (under Parliament), 5.98g, 6h, m.m. sun, crowned bust right wearing falling lace collar, rev. square-topped shield over cross moline (Brooker 561-63; N.2232; Sharp G2/2; S.2800), of bright appearance, good very fine or better and probably much as struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, group F, type 4.6, Tower, 6.44g, 1h, m.m. sceptre, crowned bust left, rev. square-topped shield over cross moline (Brooker 567; N.2234; Sharp H2/2; S.2803), slightly double-struck on reverse, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), a miscellany from the Tower mint (17): Halfcrowns (2), group II, type 2c, 14.19g, 2h, m.m. harp, rev. wide spacing between legend, no stops by m.m. (cf. Brooker 310; S.2771); another, group III, type 3a2, 14.43g, 3h, m.m. triangle-in-circle (Brooker 372-76; S.2775); also, Shillings (4), 'Coronation bust', 4.75g, 10h, m.m. lis (Brooker 386-89); another, 5.64g, 6h, m.m. bell, two stops above head (Brooker 486-88); 5.66g, 11h, m.m. triangle (Brooker 540-45); lastly, 5.68g, 1h, m.m. sun (Brooker 564); also, Sixpences (2), 2.53g, 9h, m.m. crown/bell (Brooker 613 same dies), pie...

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, group 3 (type 5), York, 12.96g, 12h, m.m. lion, king on horseback left, no ground line, ebor below, rev. crowned square-topped shield, sprig of flowers either side of avspice (Brooker 1081; N.2313; S.2867), slightly convex flan, dark tone, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, group 3 (type 6), York mint, 14.92g, 12h, m.m. lion, king on horseback left, no ground line, ebor below, rev. crowned oval garnished shield dividing crowned c-r, sprig of flowers either side of avspice (Brooker 1082; N.2314; S.2868), dark tone both sides, scratch on obverse and hw graffiti to left of crown on reverse, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, group 3 (type 7), York, 14.01g, 12h, m.m. lion, king on horseback left, no ground line, horse's tail between hind legs, ebor below, rev. crowned oval garnished shield (Brooker 1086; N.2315; S.2869), even dark tone both sides, a pleasing coin, a crisp extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, type 3, York, 5.90g, 9h, m.m. lion, crowned bust left, rev. oval garnished shield, ebor below (Brooker 1093; N.2318; S.2872), lightly toned and attractive lustrous surfaces, nearly extremely fine, scarce thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, type 5, York, 4.73g, 1h, m.m. lion, crowned bust left, rev. crowned oval shield with lion-skin garniture, ebor in cartouche below (Brooker 1096-98; N.2320; S.2874), flaw in front of portrait, dark tone, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-49), Groat, Aberystwyth, 1.95g, 10h, m.m. book (Morr. A-1; Brooker 760-63, these dies not recorded; N.2337; S.2891), bright surfaces, otherwise a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Commonwealth (1649-60), Shilling, 1653, m.m. sun, 5.86g, shield of England within palm and laurel wreath, rev. conjoined shields of England and Ireland, mark of value above (ESC 124 {987}; N.2724; S.3217), hints of tone, but soft in parts, a bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Commonwealth (1649-60), Sixpence, 1657 over 6, 2.74g, 8h, m.m. sun, nglan over gland, shield of England within palm and laurel wreath, rev. shields of England and Ireland, value above (Tisbury II, 168 same dies; ESC 208 (1493); N.2726; S.3219), minor flan splits at 5 and 8 o'clock, otherwise the errors clear, near very fine and very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South-Eastern, non-portrait type, London, Beagheard, 1.22g, 7h, +o|ff|a r|ex, divided into angles by lobes of voided petal saltire, a smaller petal saltire at centre, rev. + bah|hard, in two lunettes divided by a beaded bar with cross terminals (Chick 17a this coin; cf. CEB 22; N.279; S.904), a touch of surface porosity and of waterworn appearance, otherwise of full flan, very fine, rareprovenanceAcquired privately, 12 May 2011 L R Stack, Sotheby, New York, 22 April 1999, lot 275 [with his ticket]Found Goring, Berkshire, mid-1980sSubject to 20% VAT...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South Eastern, portrait type, London, Ealhmund, 1.10g, 4h, + offa rex, diademed bust right, breaking inner circle, rev. +e|al|mv|nd, separated by four bosses around central pelleted boss (Chick 49a this coin; EMC 1999.0076 this coin; CEB -; N.313; S.905), dark tone overlying a subtly creased flan with only the faintest traces of surface porosity, otherwise a pleasing coin, very fine, very rare, the only example known to ChickprovenancePrivate acquisition, 12 May 2011Purchased Spink, 11 October 2000 - £1,950, having been unsold in:Spink auction 141,...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South Eastern, non-portrait type, London, Winoth (Winenoth), 1.19g, 10h, offa|rex divided by pelleted line with large fleur terminals, cross above, rev. uu|in|o|ð, 'lozenge o' within angles of incurved quadrilateral-cross fleury, plain cross over petal saltire at centre (Chick 76e this coin; EMC 2003.0044 this coin; PAS-SF10791 this coin; cf. CEB 83; cf. N.288; S.904), a bold very fine, rareprovenancePurchased Spink, 11 February 2008 ~ Coin Register, 2003, no. 149 ~Found Westerfield, Suffolk, February 2003Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South Eastern, portrait type, Canterbury, Ealhræd, 1.11g, 8h, offa before cuirassed bust right, with ringlet hair, rex retrograde behind, rev. incurved quadrilateral at centre of celtic cross, +e|al|r|ed [retrograde] in angles, trefoil-sceptre terminals in tressures (Chick 98 ~ this coin not listed; cf. CEB 49; N.291; S.905), lightly pitted surfaces and a minor scuff to reverse, otherwise of imposing and competent style, the retrograde reverse unusual, a bolder very fine, rare with only seven other coins known to ChickprovenanceSNC, December 2009,...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South Eastern, non-portrait type, Canterbury, Eoba, 1.27g, 3h, long cross botonnée, +o|ff|a r|ex and pelleted-lobe in angles, rev. e||b|a [retrograde] in angles of Celtic cross, fleurs on terminals, cross pommée with pellet in each angle at centre (Chick 117b this coin; CEB 50; EMC 1988.0145 this coin; N.276; S.904), light tone, good very fine, very rareprovenanceDr Andrew Wayne, CNG, Triton XX, 10-11 January 2017, lot 1481Acquired privately 10 February 2014 [with Philpott's ticket]Spink auction 62, 19 November 1987, lot 271 - "apparently unrecorde...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South Eastern, non-portrait type, Canterbury, Tirweald, 1.19g, 6h, + offa rex, around central pellet-ringed boss, rev. t|ir|vv|al|d in angles of cross of lobes containing trefoil-headed sceptres (Chick 131 same dies, albeit this coin not listed; EMC 2009.0368 this coin; CEB -; N.285/319var.; S.904), minor flan crimping and a hint of surface porosity, otherwise very fine and extremely rare, one of only two examples knownprovenanceDNW auction 85, 17 March 2010, lot 237~ Coin Register, 2010, no. 162 ~Found by Robert Northey, near Newark, Nottinghamshi...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, South Eastern, non-portrait type, Canterbury, Tirweald, 1.21g, 11h, voided Celtic cross, of|fa|re|x in angles, pellet cross at centre inside annulet, rev. ti|rvvasd, flower stem divides legend, l reversed, small cross, pellets in angles, all inside central annulet (Chick 132b this coin; EMC 2004.0070 this coin; CEB -; N.275/1; S.904), edge loss between 10 and 2 o'clock, otherwise very fine or better but for slightly rough surfacesprovenanceBSJ auction 26, 22 November 2018, lot 219~ Coin Register, 2005, no. 143 ~Found at Shorwell, Isle of Wight, 200...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, East Anglia, portrait type, Aethelræd, 1.12g, 12h, + offa + rex, cross on steps, rev. incurved quadrilateral at centre of long cross crosslet, oe|ðe|lr|es in angle (Chick 176 same dies, albeit this coin not listed; CEB -; N.331; S.907), minor flan crimping and a hint of surface porosity, otherwise darkly toned, a bolder very fine, very rareprovenanceVosper FPL, 2010, ref. W2-393 (acquired 3 April 2010)also including a Dolphin Coins ticket, ref. 7a.1709 - £1,500Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditi...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Light coinage, East Anglia, non-portrait type, Wihtræd, 1.15g, 4h, of|fa|re|x in angles of 'mushroom'-cross, rev. + þ|ih|+r|ed in angles of lozenge-cross fleury, d retrograde (Chick 183a this coin; CEB 113; N.336; S.907), rougher surfaces and a minor flan split at 11 o'clock, otherwise a bold fine, very rare, one of only three examples known to ChickprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, May 1993, no. 2572~ Coin Register, 1988, no. 153 ~Found at Stourpaine, Dorset, in the 1970sFor further reading, see: 'Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, Pro...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Heavy coinage, South Eastern, non-portrait type, London, Diola, 1.15g, 3h, + offa|rex in two lines, uncial m flanked by pellet-trefoils above, rev. voided long cross pommée, di|o|la|+ lozenge o in angles, a pellet towards centre of second, third and fourth quarter (Chick 204b; cf. Coin Register, 1987, no. 108; CEB -; N.330/1; S.908), ragged edge and somewhat porous in appearance, otherwise very fine, the moneyer very rare for Offa, this being only the second example recorded since 1987provenanceWoolley and Wallis auction, Salisbury, 23 October 2003, lot 363~ Coin...

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, Heavy coinage, South Eastern, non-portrait type, London, Ealhmund, 1.37g, 3h, + offa rex, in two lines, uncial m above, trefoil of pellets at beginning and end of each line, rev. altar cross motif on tripod, ealh•m•vnd (legend starts at 7 o'clock) around (Chick -; EMC 2010.0364 this coin; UKDFD 23855 this coin; CEB -; N -; S.908), wavy flan as found, good very fine, unknown to Chick, very rareprovenanceSpink auction 207, 23 March 2011, lot 18Found by Mick Kemp, Dunmow, Essex, 7 November 2010 Eahlmund is a well-documented London moneyer for Offa's light coinage (...

Archbishops of Canterbury, Aethelheard (793-805), Penny, group II [with Offa as Overlord], 1.43g, 9h, + offa|rex in two lines, uncial m flanked by triangles above, rev. . aedil|hea.rd|arcepi, in three lines (Chick 247h this coin; EMC 2005.0030 this coin; CEB 136; N.229; S.885), edge chipped between 12 and 2 o'clock and on a bent flan, otherwise, toned, a bolder very fine, rareprovenanceFound near Ely, Cambridgeshire, January 2005 (acquired privately, 11 July 2007)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Mercia, Coenwulf (796-805), Penny, Tribrach type, Canterbury, Sæbeorht, 1.26g, 8h, +•coenvvl:f •r•ex, legend starts at 12 o'clock, uncial m in centre, rev. se|be|rht between limbs of tribrach (EMC 1996.0175 this coin; Naismith C15.2i this coin; N.342; S.914), good very fineprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionRudd, FPL 34, 1998, no. 80 ~ Coin Register, 1996, no. 175 ~Found by Mr. T. Hinde, near Twyford and Winchester St. Cross, Spring 1996Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Mercia, Beornwulf (823-825), Penny, East Anglia, type III, Eadgar, 1.14g,, 6h, + deorvvlf re, crude diademed bust right, rev. ead|gar as inverted, g reversed, legend boustrephedon over two lines, divided by two connected lunettes and two crosses (EMC 2019.0347 this coin; PAS: NMS-EEB7F3 this coin; Coin Register [2005], no. 150 same dies; B.L.S. [1963], Be.5(a)var.; N.396var.; S.930), a recent soil find with resultant light surface porosity, otherwise dark tone, a bold very fine and very rare, the second knownprovenanceFound Great Ryburgh, Norfolk, 2019Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For...

Mercia, Burgred (852-874), Penny, Lunettes 'A', phase IIA, Berheah {Berneah}, 1.30g, 12h, bvrgred rex, legend starts at 8 o'clock, double-diademed and draped bust right, pelleted-hair, large annulet eye and wedge lips, rev. h mon|+berhea|eta in three lines (MacKay, dies O3/R3, V1.4 this coin,; N.423; S.938), a minor die break at 2 o'clock, otherwise a handsome coin, good very fineprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, October 1992, no. 5934 - 'good VF' - £250Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Danish East Anglia (c. 885-915), 'St Edmund Memorial Coinage', Penny, 1.31g, 12h, blundered legends, capital a, rev. + aoalbertnedaie, small cross (N.483; S.961), trace double striking on obverse, otherwise attractive cabinet tone, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Wessex, Ecgberht (802-839), Penny, 'Saxoniorum' type, West-Saxon mint (Winchester ?), Eanweald, 1.23g, 9h, + ecgbeorht rex, sax|oino|rvm in three lines, in transposed, rev. cross eanþald moieta (Naismith W6d this coin; PAS: WILT-29EE75 this coin; CEB [1955], 29; N.590; BMC XX; S.1041), split and ragged edge, otherwise very fine, very rareprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, March 2010, HS4025 - 'otherwise VF and extremely rare' - £1,950Found Salisbury, Wiltshire, March 2008For further reading, see: 'The Coinage of Ecgbeorht: 802-839', by C E Blunt, BNJ, 1955, pp. 467-76Subject to 20% V...

Wessex, Aethelwulf (839-858), Penny, phase II, Canterbury, Eanmund, 1.15g, 9h, + edelvvlf rex, diademed and draped bust right, rev. + eanmvnd moneta, cross crosslet, single pellet in each angle (Naismith C110e this coin; N.610; BMC XI; S.1047), edge split at 6 o'clock, scarcely fine, but rareprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, December 1991, no. 7964 - 'edge crack, good VF and rare' - £395Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Wessex, Aethelred I (865-871), Penny, group II, Lunettes 'A', South Eastern, Ella, 1.03g, 7h, + aedelred r-ex, diademed and draped bust right, rev. mon |+ella :•:|eta in three lines (Lyons & Mackay [2007], 'Wessex Regular', variety ii/3, dies B/c, Ae2.60a this coin; N.622; S.1055), chipped in two places, but with a dark tone reminiscent of the Trewhiddle hoard, otherwise very fine, and an extremely rare moneyer for Aethelred, being one of only three recordedprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, February 2007, HS2612 - £480Dawson, collection of Anglo-Saxon coins purchased by Spink, Novem...

Wessex, Alfred the Great (871-899), Penny, Mercian dies, Buga, 1.51g, 10h, +EL FR ED RE, small cross pattée, rev. BVGA|MON, in two lines divided by a pellet and trefoil (Stewartby I, 142 same dies; N.637; S.1066), struck with rusty dies, otherwise toned, about very fineprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, April 2004, HS 1562 - £650T J D Dupree, SNC, December 1989, no. 6554 - £390J J North, collection part-purchased by Spink, 1964Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Wessex, Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, horizontal type, Deorwald, 1.31g, + eadvveard rex, small cross pattée in centre, rev. deorv|vald mo, moneyer in two lines divided by three small cross pattées, pellet above and below (N.649; S.1087), struck with a rusty obverse die otherwise darkly toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Wessex, Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, horizontal type, Winchester [?], Rægenald, 1.60g, 10h, + eadweard rex, small cross pattée, rev. rægen|ald mo divided by row of cross pattée (CTCE 247, albeit this coin not listed; O'Donovan [1964], no. 313, this coin; BM 314; N.649; S.1087), struck with rusty dies, otherwise attractively toned, good very fine and thought unique to commerceprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, December 1998, no. 7277 - 'some toning, good VF' - £350; formerly listed in: December 1996 (5940); March 1995 (957); March 1994 (1011); and October 1993 (7123)R C Lockett,...

Aethelstan (924-939), Penny, horizontal type, Winchester, Otic, 1.59g, 12h, + aedelztan rex, small cross pattée, rev. othic mone, legend boustrophedon over two lines, divided by row of cross pattée (N.668; BMC I; S.1105), struck with aged dies, toned, almost very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Eadmund (939-946), Penny, Norwich, Hrodgar, 1.41g, 10h, + eadmvnd rex, crowned and draped bust right, rev. + hrodear mo norvc, small cross pattée (SCBI 4 [Copenhagen], 717 same obverse die; N.698; BMC VI; S.1107), chipped in several places with light scuffing in fields, otherwise almost very fineprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, June 2000, no. 2657 - £450Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Eadred (946-955), Penny, horizontal type, North Eastern, Hunred, 1.34g, 3h, + e•adred rex, small cross pattée, rev. hvn|red t divided by row of cross pattée, trefoils above and below (cf. Allan Williams, part IV, 496; N.706; BMC I; S.1113), toned, very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Eadwig (955-959), Penny, horizontal type [IV], North Eastern, 'Hevich' [Leofing ~ blundered], 1.14g, 2h, + eadvvi rex, small cross pattée, rev. hevi|cn m-, divided by row of cross pattée, trefoil above and below (SCBI 30 (American), 368 same dies; SCBI 68 (Lyon), 733 same dies; CTCE 61; N.724; BMC I; S.1122), surface stress mark, otherwise very fine and rare, this coin superior to the only other traceable specimens documented in SCBIprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, July 1992, no. 4167 - 'VF+' - £375 and previously listed May 1990 (2482, £700)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. F...

Eadgar (959-975), pre-Reform, Penny, horizontal type, North Eastern, Ingolf, 0.84g, 7h, + e•adga•r r•ex, small cross pattée, rev. ingo|lf mn in two lines divided by a line of cross pattée (N.741; BMC I; S.1129), chipped in two places, otherwise near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Eadgar (959-975), pre-Reform, Penny, Circumscription cross type, York, Herolf, 1.29g, 5h, + eadg•a•r rexi, small cross pattée, rev. +herolf : monet, h double-barred, small cross pattée (N.748; BMC III; S.1134), spots of verdigris, otherwise about very fineprovenanceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSNC, June 1997, no. 2693 - 'a very few slight spots of verdigris, almost VF, scarce' - £200Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Martyr (975-978), Penny, York, Tuma, 1.31g, 6h, + eadþeard rex-ang, diademed and draped bust left, rev. tvna m-o efrþicic, small cross pattée (N.763; BMC I; S.1142), ragged edge and scuffed surfaces, otherwise a legible type coin of this sought after monarch, struck details about fine, this moneyer previously unrecorded for this mint for the reignThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, Second hand type, Lincoln, Rænthen, 1.46g, 2h, + æðelred rex anglorx, diademed and draped bust right, rev. rænðen m-o lind, hand dividing alpha and omega (N.768; BMC IId; S.1146), struck with aging dies, otherwise toned, very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, Crux type, York, Osulf, 1.49g, 11h, + æðelred rex anglox, diademed and draped bust left, sceptre before, rev. + osolf m-o eofrþic, voided short cross, c r v x (N.770; BMC IIIa; S.1148), flan lightly crimped and scattered pecking, otherwise a bold fine/very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, Long cross type, Exeter, Manna, 1.44g, rev. + manna m'o eaxe (Hildebrand 320; N.774; BMC IVa; S.1151), cleaned, crimped and heavily pecked, otherwise about very fineprovenanceWAG Online 95, 10 February 2019, lot 127Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, Long cross type, Stamford, Goddæg, 1.40g, 4h, rev. + godæg m'o stan (N.774; BMC IVa; S.1151), die flaw in first quarter of reverse, otherwise toned, about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, Last small cross type, London, Godwine, 1.30g, 4h, + æðelred rex anglo, diademed and draped bust left, rev. + godþine • m•on lvnde, small cross pattée (N.777; BMC I; S.1154), very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-36), Penny, Quatrefoil type, Lincoln, Wulfwine, 1.52g, 5h (N.781; BMC VIII; S.1157), attractively toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-36), Penny, Quatrefoil type, Norwich, Leofric, 1.05g, 4h, + cnvt rex anglox, crowned and draped bust in quatrefoil left, rev. + leofric m nor, voided long cross over quatrefoil, pellets on cusps (Hildebrand 2939; N.781; BMC VIII; S.1157), a bold and pleasing portrait, good very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-36), Penny, Pointed helmet type, London, Eadwold, 1.05g, 12h, + cnv : t rex an, helmeted and draped bust left, rev. + eadþol•d on lvnd :, voided long cross over double-annulet, pelleted-annulets in angles (N.787; BMC XIV; S.1158) faint creasing across bright surfaces, otherwise very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-36), Penny, Short cross type, London, Eadred, 1.05g, 3h, + cnv-t recx, diademed and draped bust left, lis-tipped sceptre before, rev. + edred on lvnd, trefoil of pellets at end of legend (N.790; BMC XVI; S.1159), toned, good very fine/very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-36), Penny, Short cross type, Stamford, Thorulfr, 1.08g, 12h, rev. + ðvrvlf on s:tan (SCBI 27 [Lincolnshire], 1347 same dies; N.790; BMC XVI; S.1159), crimped and crinkled flan with trace double-striking, otherwise almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-36), Penny, Short cross type, York, Rafing, 1.09g, 8h, + cnv-t rec :•, diademed and draped bust left, lis-tipped sceptre before, rev., + refen on eofer (N.790; BMC XVI; S.1159), toned, a pleasing coin, good very fineprovenanceGlendining, 28 January 1998, lot 170Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Harold I 'Harefoot' (1035-40), Penny, Fleur-de-lis type, London, Eadric, 1.13g, 12h, + haro-ld rec, diademed and armoured bust left, lys-tipped sceptre before, rev. + edricc onn lvn, voided long cross, fleur-de-lis flanked by pellets in angles (H A Parsons [1919], 570; N.803; BMC V; S.1165) weakly struck portrait, and lightly pecked, otherwise fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Small flan type, London, Aegelric, 0.78g, 2h, + edper-rd r, diademed and draped bust left, rev. + egelric on lvnd, voided short cross (SCBI 20 [Mack], 1154; cf. Allan Williams, part IV, 628; N.818; BMC ['II'], 810; S.1175), spots of verdigris to periphery, and a scuff on reverse, otherwise toned, very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Expanding cross type, 'Heavy issue', London, Leofred, 1.71g, 4h, + edþe:|•rd rex :, diademed and draped bust left, trefoil-tipped sceptre before, rev. + l•eofred on lvndene, (en ligate), expanding cross (N.823; BMC V; S.1177), dark cabinet tone, a pleasing coin, very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Pointed helmet type, York, Arngrimr, 1.36g, 11h, + ed•þa•-rdd, helmeted and draped bust right, cross pattée-tipped sceptre before, rev. + arngrim on eofer, triple-crescent-ended voided short cross, annulet in centre and in fourth quarter (Freeman 56; N.825; BMC ['VII'], 324; S.1179), lightly toned, good very fineThe Raymond Gardner Collection A number of examples of this type for this moneyer were recovered from the hoard found at Upper Chancton Farm, Sussex in December 1866.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Pointed helmet type, York, Thorr, 1.42g, 4h, rev. + ðorr on eoferþi, annulet in first quarter (Freeman 386; FEJ 1005, same dies; N.825; S.1179), toned, a pleasing coin, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Hammer cross type, Hastings, Dunning, 1.30g, 3h, rev. + dvninc on hæst, s on side, extra pellet in first quarter (H H King 126; Freeman 38; 'Sussex Mints' 82; FEJ 334; Doubleday 150-52; N.828; S.1182), toned, an equally pleasing coin, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Facing bust type, Hastings, Colswegen, 1.00g, 12h, rev. + colsþegen on hæs, four extra pellets spaced equidistantly on inner ring (H H King 132; Freeman 19; N.830; S.1183), double-struck and with rusty dies, otherwise fine; additionally, Hammer cross type, 0.74g, 12h (N.828; S.1182), a large fragment, fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, Pyramids type, Winchester, Leofweald, 1.27g, 8h, rev. + leofþold on þince (Freeman 230; SCBI 20 [Mack], 1330; N.831; S.1184), softly struck to periphery, otherwise dark tone, very fineprovenanceSNC, March 1979, no. 2864 - £80Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Harold II Godwinesson (1066), Penny, PAXS type, Thetford, Ælfwine, 1.15g, 12h, crowned bust left, trefoil-tipped sceptre before, rev. (legend commences at 12 o'clock) ælfþine on ðitf, paxs in tablet (SCBI 48 [Northern Museums], 1090 same obverse die; N.836; BMC I; S.1186), cleaned with some details reworked, about fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William I (1066-87), Penny, Bonnet type, Lincoln, Gifel, 1.17g, 10h, + þileme rex, legend commences at 8 o'clock, crowned bust facing, rev. + gifel on lincol, crescent-ended voided short cross, pellet-tipped piles in angles (Spink auction 200, lot 19 same dies; N.842; BMC II; S.1251), slightly double-struck and somewhat rough surfaces, otherwise a bold fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William I (1066-87), Penny, Sword type, Derby (?), Swartbrand, 1.23g, 12h, rev. + spartbrand on d, the last three letters ligate, the as unbarred (EMC 2019.0131 this coin; BNJ [1907], pp. 54 ~ 'conjecturally attributed to Wallingford'~; N.846; BMC VI; S.1255), slight die flaws, otherwise good very fine, an extremely rare type, the moneyer only known for this issue for the Conqueror's coinageProvenance Found at Dover, 4 April 2019Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William I (1066-87), Penny, PAXS type, Bristol, Colbrac, 1.30g, 9h, + þillelm rexi, crowned bust facing, sceptre to right, rev. + colbrac on bricii, cross potent, p a x s in angles commencing in third quarter (N.848; BMC VIII; S.1257), some peripheral striking softness, otherwise toned, very fine, scarceThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William I (1066-87), Penny, PAXS type, Winchester, Godwine, 1.33g, 9h, trefoil above shoulder, rev. + godþine on þinc, p a x s in angles commencing in first quarter ('Winchester Mint', 2016; N.848; S.1257), some partial striking softness, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William II (1087-1100), Penny, Voided cross type, London, Wulfword (Wulfweard), 1.38g, 6h, + þillelm rei, crowned bust facing, star either side, rev. + þvlfþord on lv, voided short cross potent over cross pommée (N.853; BMC III; S.1260), struck with aging dies, otherwise darkly toned, good fine, rareThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Henry I (1100-35), Penny, Pellets-in-Quatrefoil type, London, Sigar, 1.10g, 9h, +henricvs r :, crowned bust facing, sceptre to left, star to right, rev. +sigar : on : lvnden : (start aligned with lis in second quarter), pellets in quatrefoil, lys in angles (cf. Allen [2009], 381; BMC XIV; S.1275), double-struck on reverse and a light flan crease resulting in a minor flan split, otherwise toned, almost very fineThe Raymond Gardner CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Birth of Prince Charles, Medal, 1630, in silver, by N. Briot [?], hactenvs anglorvm nvlli, garnished cruciform shields over Garter star, rev. in honor.' caro.' princ.' mag.' b r' fra et hi' nat 29 maii 1630 in five lines inside ornamental tablet, 24mm. (Eimer 116a; van Loon II, 188; MI 254/35), attractive dark tone, near extremely fineprovenanceSCMB, December 1974, M204 - £18 [with this ticket]Struck to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles (the future King). Charles was the first English Prince, born in England, who was entitled to bear these arms. The radial lines between the shields allud...

Prince Charles, installed as Knight of the Garter, Medal, 1638, in silver, by N. Briot, seris factvra nepotibvs vmbram, sheep sheltering beneath tallest tree in a grove, the Prince's coronet above, ships at sea in the distance, rev. carol m b regis filivs carol princ inavgvratvr xxii maii m d c xxxiix in seven lines within Garter, b beneath chape, 30mm. (Eimer 131; MI 281/88), good fineprovenanceSCMB, February 1968, M319, 'nVF-VF' - £7.10.0 [with this ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I, 'Pattern for a Shilling' or Memorial Medal, cast and chased, in silver, by T Rawlins, bust left, lovelock on shoulder, with falling lace collar, rev. crowned and elaborately garnished Garter shield, 4.62g, 12h (MI 372/265), roughness at 12 o'clock and a flan chip at 6 o'clock indicating where removed from mount, a hint of smoothing in fields, otherwise with light rub, about very fine, rareHistorically these rare medals have been considered 'Patterns' for coinage, larger examples representing Halfcrowns, and this for a Shilling.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informat...

Oliver Cromwell, Memorial Medal, in silver, by J Dassier, in silver, laureate and draped bust left, rev. cherubs around tomb, 38mm. 27.15g (MI 435/87; Eisler 35), attractively toned, good extremely fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1625-49), Royalist Supporter's Badge, caste and chased, in silver, unsigned, carolvs secvndvs engraved above youthful bust right, with plain falling collar, rev. crowned Garter shield, cypher beside, 34.5x24mm., 3.28g (MI 441/11), very fine/good fine, with integral suspension loopprovenanceSCMB, February 1968, M324 - £15.0.0 [with ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II, Official Coronation Medal, 1661, in silver, by T. Simon, 28mm., 8.55g (van Loon II, 470; MI 472/76), attractively toned, a pleasing very fineprovenance SCMB, November 1978, U472 - £80 [with this ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II, Royalist Medallet or Supporter's Badge, 1661, caste and chased, in gilt silver, after T. Simon, 39x29mm., 5.99g (van Loon II, 470; MI 473/77), attractively toned, a pleasing very fine, scarceprovenanceSCMB, February 1968, 'contemporary gilding with ring for suspension; a contemporary copy of the badge by Thomas Simon and intended for distribution among the populace'. RR. VF - £37.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II and Catherine of Braganza, Marriage Medal, 1662, in silver, by J. Roettier, 35.5mm., 25.29g (van Loon II, 471; MI 489/110; Eimer -), a few surface marks, otherwise toned, almost very fineprovenanceSCMB, February 1968, 'nearly VF' - £7.10.0 [with ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary, Coronation Medal, 1689, cast and chased, in silver, by G Bower, 53mm, 24.67g (Eimer 310b; Van Loon III. 379), scratches in fields, otherwise darkly toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Act of Toleration, Medal, 1689, in silver, by P H Müller and F Kleinert, * * REGIA CREDE MIHI RES EST SUCCURRERE LAPSIS on edge, 49mm., 44.19g (MI 683/64; Eimer 314), small rim bruise to reverse, otherwise almost extremely fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Escape of Princess Clementina from Innsbruck, Medal, 1719, in bronze, by Otto Hamerani, draped bust of Clementina left, signed otto hamerani f below, rev. Clementina escaping in a carriage, cappricio of Rome in the distance, 48mm. (MI 444/49; Eimer 484; Woolf 36), extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Birth of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the young Pretender, Medal, 1720, in bronze, by Otto Hamerani, in bronze, conjoined busts of James and Clementina right, rev. providentia. obstetrix, Providence holding an infant, leaning against a column pointing to the territories of Britain and Ireland on a globe, 41mm. (MI ii, 452/60; Eimer 488; Woolf 38:1), rub on the highpoints on the reverse, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Appeal against the House of Hanover, Medal, 1721, in bronze, by Otto Hamerani, unica. salvs, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. qvid. gravivs. capta, Hanoverian horse trampling English lion and Scottish unicorn, Britannia distraught left, view of City of London in distance, 50 mm. (MI ii, 454/63; Eimer 493; Woolf 40:1), about extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Sir Isaac Newton (1647-1727), Memorial Medal, in silver, by J Croker, bust left, rev. FELIX COGNOSCERE CAVSAS, Science seated left (head backturned), holding plan of Solar System, 51.5mm (MI 469/83; Eimer 504), a handsome medal, light attractive tone, a pleasing extremely fine, scarceSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Official Coronation Medal, 1727, in gold, by J. Croker, 34.5mm., 24.18g (Eimer 510; MI 479/4), almost extremely fine, rare in this metalSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Prince Charles and Prince Henry, Legitimacy of the Jacobite Succession, Medal, undated (c.1731), in bronze, by Otto Hamerani, micat. inter. omnes, cuirassed and draped bust of Charles right, star in field, rev. alter. ab.illo, cuirassed bust of Henry left, lettered edge, 41.5mm. (MI ii, 492/34; Eimer 521; Woolf 43:1), extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Death of James, the Old Pretender, Medal, 1766, in bronze, by Filipo Cropanese, bust of Cardinal Henry, Duke of York, right, signed filipo cropanses f. on truncation, rev. non. desideriis. hominvm. sed. volvntate. dei, Religion standing, a lion at her feet, St Peter’s in the distance, date in exergue, 53mm. (BHM 99; Eimer 715; Woolf 67:1), good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Marriage of Prince Charles to Princess Louisa of Stolberg, Medal, 1772, in bronze, by Ferdinando Hamerani, armoured and draped bust of Charles left, rev. draped bust of Louise left, 32mm. (BHM 163; Eimer 743; Woolf 71:1), extremely fine, scarceProvenancePurchased Seaby, January 1963 - £1.7.6Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Death of Prince Charles, the Young Pretender, Medal, 1788, in bronze, by G. Hamerani, bust of Cardinal Henry IX, Duke of York right, signed g.ham.f. on truncation, rev. non desideriis hominvm sed volvntate dei, Religion standing, lion by her feet, St Peter's in distance, date in exergue (BHM 282; Eimer 823; Woolf 73:1, dies A/A), nearly extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Death of Princess Charlotte, Medal, 1817, in bronze, by T. Webb and G. Mills, bust three-quarters right, rev. Britannia seated in mourning, 49mm. (BHM 940; Eimer 1097), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Map of the World: Eastern and Western Hemispheres, large AE Medal, c. 1820, unsigned (by T. Halliday or E. Thomason ?), 74mm. obv. Eastern Hemisphere: continents of Africa, Europe, Asia and New Holland, rev. Western Hemisphere: continents of North America and South America, the North and South Pole depicted on both sides (Eimer 1139a), two carbon spots and rub to highest points, otherwise good very fine and scarce, in contemporary albeit slightly distressed fitted caseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Official Coronation Medal, 1820, in gold, by B. Pistrucci, 35mm., 31.06g (Eimer 1146; Wollaston 24; BHM 1070), light hairlines, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, scarce in this metalSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) George IV (1820-30), Official Coronation Medal, 1821, in silver, by B. Pistrucci, laureate head left, rev. Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia approaching enthroned King, Victory crowning him, 35mm (BHM 1070; Eimer 1146), attractively toned, good extremely fine, with original red leather case of issueSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Official Coronation Medal, 1821, in bronze, by B. Pistrucci, laureate head left, rev. Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia approaching enthroned King, Victory crowning him (BHM 1070; Eimer 1146; Woolaston 24), extremely fineProvenance'Purchased Harkins, Bristol, 25 September 1956 - £0.2.0'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Prime Minister, The Right Honourable George Canning MP, Memorial Medal, 1827, in gold, by Galle, bare head left, signature below, rev. a la concorde des peuples in outer legend, liberte | civile | et religeuse | dans | l'univers | 1827 in centre, lamp hallmark on lower edge, 98.64g, 51mm. (Eimer -; BHM -; Wurzbach 1190), die flaws above head and an overt carbon spot to centre of reverse, otherwise extremely fine, and extremely rare in this metal, probably the only example in private handsUpon his appointment as Prime Minister on 12 April 1827, Canning had to negotiate with the Whig leader Lord...

Prince George, Duke of Cumberland, Visit to the Royal Mint Medal, 17 May 1828, in silver, by W Wyon, the obverse struck from the 1825 Pattern Crown die, rev. prince george of cumberland visited the mint the xvii day of may mdcccxxviii in seven lines, 37.8mm., 27.53g (BHM 1320 [R4]), rim bruising and scattered surface marks, with otherwise faint residual brilliance, very fine, extremely rareAn example is present in the British Museum collection, and a preparatory uniface striking in copper is to be found in the Royal Mint collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information ple...

William IV (1830-37), Official Coronation Medal, 1831, in gold, by W. Wyon, 33.5mm., 27.54g (Eimer 1251; BHM 1475), light hairlines over otherwise brilliant fields, extremely fine, scarce in this metalSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Official Coronation Medal, 1831, in bronze, by W.Wyon, bare head right, rev. head of queen Adelaide right, 39mm. (BHM 1475; Eimer 1251), extremely fineProvenancePurchased Seaby, 1950, £0.3.6Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Official Coronation Medal, 1838, in gold, by B. Pistrucci, 36.5mm., 31.01g (Eimer 1315; BHM 1801), light hairlines across otherwise brilliant surfaces, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Official Coronation Medal, 1838, in bronze, by B. Pistrucci, diademed head left, rev. Queen presented crown by Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia, 36mm. (BHM 801; Eimer 1315), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Prince Albert, Prince Consort's Medal, 1845, in silver, by W Wyon, albertus princeps victoriae reginae conjux, bare head right, rev. treu und fest, St George and the dragon, edge plain, 56mm, 108.55g (BHM 2204 [RRR]; Eimer 1398), a most handsome medal with a delightful tone, a pleasing extremely fine, very rare, especially in this metal provenanceAuktionen Münzhandlung, Sunday auction 27, 27 November 2017, lot 215Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Department of Science and Art, 1856, Prize Medal, in bronze, by W. Wyon, crowned head left, rev. legend in six lines in wreath, 55mm., edge impressed wm. reed. taunton. stage 10a. 1865 (Eimer 1511), extremely fine, in case of issueFrom the Estate of George Vivian PooreSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Order of Druids (founded 1858), Member's Medal, in white metal, by Ottley, Druid and Warrior standing facing, shields of Great Britain, Australia, India and Turkey at feet, motto below: "Integritas Pro Rupe Nobis" [United To Assist], Stonehenge in middle distance, all-seeing eye and tree canopy above, rev. oak and olive wreath, 69.5mm., 120.22g, officially pierced for suspension, and with bright lustrous surfaces, very fine or marginally better for metal, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Regni, uninscribed coinage (c. 60-20BC), silver Unit, 'Sussex Lyre-Chichester Boar' mule, 1.08g, 5h, diademed head right, rev. annulate horse right, boar below, face above, pelleted-annulets in fields (CCI 19.0293 this coin; Cottam 72/70-71; Bean QsT1-5/T1-1; VA-; S -; ABC 647/644), some porosity, otherwise fine/very fine and extremely rareDr John Sills in recording this coin stated: 'There are five with a Sussex Lyre obverse, as here, [CCI] 93.0344, 95.1032, 98.1897, 07.0504 and 12.0012. It's really a separate, extremely rare type in it's own right and should have its own ABC number.'Subject...

Belgae, uninscribed coinage (c. 60-20BC), silver Unit, 'Danebury Dragon', 1.05g, 10h, clawed beast left looking back, crescents before, rev. horse left, floral sun above, cogwheel below, beaded pellet before, various motifs in field (Cottam 101-102; Bean QsD1-1; VA 286-1; S.58; ABC 896), well-centred, almost very fine, very rareprovenanceFound at Oxbridge, Hampshire, 2019Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Atrebates, Commios (c. 50-20BC), gold Stater, 5.35g, devolved laureate head of Apollo right, rev. triple-tailed horse right, wheel and trace of [commios] below (PAS: SUR-2058F8 this coin; VA 350; S.65; ABC 1022), well-centred, very fine, scarceprovenanceFound Compton, Surrey, October 2018Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Atrebates and Regni, Tincommius (c. 25BC-10AD), gold Stater, 5.36g, 2h, com f in tablet, rev. horseman galloping right, brandishing spear, tin below (PAS: WAW-7FED4B this coin, albeit these dies previously unrecorded; VA 385-1; S.76; ABC 1067), several striking splits, otherwise well-centred on a rich buttery-gold fabric, about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Iceni, uninscribed coinage (c. 50BC-50AD), silver Units (2), 'Norfolk God' type, struck from c. AD 10, 0.90g, 8h, head right, with moustache, rev. horse prancing right, quadrilaterals, in ring above, with pelleted tips below (VA 792-94; S.434; ABC 1567); another, 'Norfolk Boar' type, 0.92g, 10h, boar right, trefoil of pellets below, rev. well-rendered horse right, ring of dots above, plain below except exergual line (VA 655; S.431; ABC 1576), both slightly off-centre, otherwise very fine, a pleasing pair (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condi...

Durotriges, uninscribed coinage (c. 50BC-50AD), base silver Stater, 3.53g, 'Cranborne Chase' type, devolved laureate head of Apollo right, rev. disjointed horse (Mack 317; VA 1235-1; S.366; ABC 2157), light porosity, about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Durotriges, uninscribed coinage (c. 50BC-50AD), silver Quarter-Stater, 1.32g, 'three men in a boat' [stylised wolf] motif, rev. zigzag thunderbolt, y and 'bird' motifs in fields (VA 1242; S.368; ABC 2208), the obverse slightly off-centre, otherwise boldly struck, about extremely fine, with a hint of toneprovenanceMunro-Walker, Roma Numismatics e-Auction 59, 11 July 2019, lot 61Roma Numismatics e-Auction 36, 27 May 2017, lot 4Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus (c. 25BC-9AD), bronze Unit, 0.93g, crossed wreath, back to back crescents in centre, v e r l (?) in angles, rev. horse left illegible text above and in exergue (CCI 17.1989 this coin; VA -; S -; ABC -), earthy deposits in recesses, otherwise attractive green patination, very fine/good fine, the type previously unrecorded, presumed unique thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin (c. 9-40AD), gold Stater, 'Plastic' type, Camulodunum, 5.41g, corn ear dividing ca-mv, rev. classical horse right, pellet and branch above, pellet-in-annulet and cvno-[b] below (VA 2010; S.286; ABC 2786), minor striking splits to edge and somewhat waterworn, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin (c. 9-40AD), gold Quarter-Stater, 'Biga' type, Camulodunum 1.32g (VA 1913; S.290; ABC 2807), well-centred, good fine or marginally better, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Trinovantes, Dubnovellaunus (c. 5BC-10AD), bronze Unit, 1.64g, head right, 'crescent' hair, rev. horse left (ABC 2410); additionally, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Cunobelin, bronze Units (2), depicting Victory sacrificing bull, 2.17g (ABC 2972); and, Sphinx and severed head, 2.31g (ABC 2987), spots of corrosion otherwise stable and patinated, good fine to very fine, all scarcer types (3)provenanceSpink auction 251, 27 March 2018, lot 268Found Essex, 2003Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Early Anglo-Saxon England, primary phase (c. 670-680), pale gold Shilling or 'Thrymsa', Oath-taking type, 1.20g, 9h, diademed and draped bust right, hand holding annulet-tipped sceptre, cross pommée behind, rev. blundered legends outside double-pelleted inner ring, lyre-shaped object flanked by crosses, all on tripod (?) in centre (cf. Abramson 9-10; Metcalf pp. 47; cf. Sutherland 26; N.17var.; S.766var.), struck with flawed dies, nevertheless well-centred for issue, a bolder fine, the reverse better, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Co...

Early Anglo-Saxon England, continental phase (c. 695-740), silver Sceat, series X, Ribe, Wodan head facing, cross either side, rev. beast devouring its tail (Abramson 334-45; N.116; S.797), slightly off-centre and of somewhat base fabric, otherwise a pleasing very fine example of this popular typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Early Anglo-Saxon England, eclectic phase (c. 710-760), silver Sceat, Series T, 1.21g, diademed and draped bust right, cross before, monita scorvm above, rev. 'porcupine' motif left (Abramson 531; BMC type 46; S.824), well struck and nicely toned, very fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Early Anglo-Saxon England, eclectic phase (c. 710-760), silver Sceat, Saltire-standard issue, type 70, 0.92g, debased standard adorned with motifs and annulet, over cross crosslet, rev. debased standard adorned with saltire with pellets and bars in fields, including between chevron (Abramson 735-38; S.833B), toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Northumbria, Eadberht (737-758), silver Sceat, 1.20g, edtberhtv, 10h, cross pattée with pellet in centre, rev. stag left, fields plain (Abramson 835; N.178; S.847), the obverse somewhat off-struck, otherwise a choice example of good metal, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Northumbria, Eadberht (737-758), silver Sceat, 0.95g, 6h, edtberehtvi, cross pattée in centre, rev. stag left, cross above, triquetra below (Abramson 841-43; N.178; S.847), spot of verdigris, otherwise approaching extremely fine, rareprovenanceDNW auction 152, 14 November 2018, lot 903Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Northumbria, Eadberht (737-758), silver Sceat, 0.79g, 4h, edtberehtv, cross pattée in centre, rev. stag left, cross above, triquetra below (Abramson 841-43; N.178; S.847), a small striking split, otherwise toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Northumbria, Aethelred I, first reign (774-779), silver Sceat, 0.89g, edilred, l and r inverted and outward facing, around small central cross pommée, rev. stylised stag right with long curling tail framing a cross pommée, triquetra below, two pellets beside front legs (Abramson -; EMC 2012.0137, this coin; Stewartby I, 55; N.180; S.850), well-centred and struck-up, a pleasing coin, good very fine and extremely rareprovenanceSpink auction 213, 26-27 June 2012, lot 402~ Coin Register, 2013, A.103 ~ Found near Nafferton, Driffield, East Yorkshire, September 2011Single find records for this issue...

Northumbria, Aethelred I, second reign (789-796), silver Sceat, 0.78g (whole coin) (S.856), in two pieces, otherwise very fine details; also, Stycas (3), Royal issues (2), Eanred, first reign (810-41), Herreth, 0.95g, base silver (S.860); another, Aethelred II, first reign (841-43/4), Leofdegn, 0.97g (S.865); also, Archiepiscopal issue, York, Eanbald II (796-835), base silver Stycas, 0.66g (S.861), generally very fine, some surface porosity (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cromwell, Shilling, 5.98g, 1658, laureate and draped bust left, rev. crowned shield (ESC 254 (1005); S.3228), a hint of tone, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), gold 'Pattern' Broad, 1662, 9.05g, 6h, by T. Simon, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. florent concordia regna, crowned shield (N.2780 ~ listed as a pattern; S.3337A), brighter surfaces, otherwise residually brilliant in recesses good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Guinea, 1679, fourth laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (MCE 80; S.3344), light scuffs across Scottish shield, otherwise near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1666 xviii, rev. six strings to harp (Pywell-Phillips 10; ESC 366 [32]; S.3355), cleaned, otherwise almost very fineDuplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1664 xvi, draped and laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, cypher in angles (ESC 445 [460] (R2); S.3362), a pleasingly good fine, scarceprovenanceSNC, September 2009, MS8861Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1666 over 4 xviii, draped and laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, cypher in angles (ESC 446 [461]; S.3363), fair but very rareprovenanceSNC, February 2006, MS6991Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1666 over 4 xviii, draped and laureate bust right, elephant below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, cypher in angles (ESC 447 [462] (R3); S.3364), only fair but the elephant clear, a rare type coinprovenancePurchased Spink, November 1998 [with ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1669 over 4 vicesimo primo, draped and laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, cypher in angles (ESC 452 {466}; S.3365), graffiti by mouth, the details flat, poor to goodprovenancePurchased Stanley Gibbons, £8.0.0 [with ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1670 vicesimo secvndo, draped and laureate bust right, rev. reads mrg for mag in error, crowned shields cruciform, cypher in angles (ESC 455 (R3) [467A]; S.3365), fair but rare with the legend error readingprovenanceSCMB, November 1976, F214 - 'RRR' - £32Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1663, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. a over g in fra, crowned shields cruciform, cyphers in angles (ESC 505 [1024A] [R5]; S.3371), surfaces once gilt, otherwise, almost very fine, rareprovenance:Purchased Baldwin, March 2013 - £550Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1666, 'Guinea Head' right, elephant below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, cyphers in angles (ESC 509 [1027] [R4]; S.3374), plugged at 12 o'clock, with further smoothing and tooling of details in fields, otherwise struck about fine, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1673, laureate and cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia seated, date in exergue (BMC [Peck] 510; S.3393); also, William and Mary, Halfpennies, 1694 (2), conjoined busts right, rev. as previous (BMC [Peck] 616; S.3452), the first with some verdigris to obverse, otherwise fair to about fine (3)provenance i) Purchased Baldwin, September 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Pattern Farthing, undated (c. 1660 [?]), by Ramage, in silver, 3.62g, 6h, i.m. rose, carolvs * ii * rex., crowned and draped bust left, rev. thvs. vnited. invincible, three pillars with emblems of England, Ireland and Scotland (Spink N.2783 [VR]; BMC [Peck] 474), the usual obverse die flaws, cleaned, and damaged at reverse 6 o'clock where removed from a mount, otherwise about very fine for strike, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthings, 1672 (4), laureate and cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia seated, date in exergue (BMC [Peck] 519); another, no stops on obverse BMC [Peck] 520); another, loose drapery on reverse (BMC [Peck] 521); lastly, ro over ol in carolo (BMC [Peck] -; S.3394), generally good to fair or better, the overstriking on last clear and unknown to Peck, extremely rare thus (4)provenance:Hanger, Spink auction 199, 25 June 2009, lot 6Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthing, 1673, laureate and cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia seated, date in exergue (BMC [Peck] 522; S.3394); also, William and Mary, Farthing, 1694, conjoined busts right, rev. as first (BMC [Peck] S.3453), edge beaten up; lastly, William III, Farthings (2), 1697, laureate and cuirassed bust right, rev. as first; another, 1700, rev. unbarred as in britannia (BMC [Peck] 659; 669; S.3557), good to almost fine (4)With collector's tickets indicating purchased March and April 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condition...

James II (1685-88), Halfcrown, 1685, first laureate and draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp (ESC 748 [493]; S.3408), pleasing cabinet tone, residual lustre in recesses, good very fineprovenanceBaldwin FPL, Summer 2013, BM172 - £2,750H M Lingford, part-purchased and privately dispersed by Baldwin, 1951 [with his ticket], stating:H Webb [Jnr], collection dispersed by Baldwin (acquired August 1944)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James II (1685-88), Halfcrown, 1686 tertio, first laureate and draped bust left, v over b in iacobvs, rev. crowned shields cruciform (ESC - [-]; S.3408), speckled toning on obverse, good fine, rareprovenanceSCMB, August 1979, F388 - 'V over B' variety, really good F, RR' - £65Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James II (1685-88), Shilling, 1686, laureate and draped bust left, rev. e over t in et, crowned shields cruciform (ESC 764 [-] [R2]; S.3410), toned, with some weakness to French shield, otherwise very fine, very rareprovenance:Spink auction 215, 4 December 2012, lot 293 One is inclined to believe the rarity is greater that R2, for this error had not been documented prior to auction in 2012, and no further examples have become known to the cataloguer since.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James II (1685-88), Tin Halfpenny (with copper plug), 1685, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated, edge nvmmorvm * famvlvs * 1685 * (S.3419), some scratches in field and specks of tin pest, otherwise an impressive survivor, about extremely fine for issue, very rare thusprovenance:Hanger, Spink auction 199, 25 June 2009, lot 12 - £2,900Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James II (1685-88), Tin Halfpenny (with copper plug), 1686, * nvmmorvm * famvlvs * 1686 on edge, 10.67g (BMC {Peck] 544; S.3419), some scuffing and corrosion resulting from soil deposition, otherwise stable, a bold fine, a scarce survivorSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

James II (1685-88), Tin Farthing (with copper plug), 1686, * nvmmorvm famvlvs * 1687 on edge, 5.35g (BMC {Peck] 552; S.3420), a trace of tin pest, otherwise well struck for type, the fabric stable, very fine or marginally better for issue, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Halfcrown, 1689 primo, rev. first shield, no frosting, with pearls (ESC 835 [507]; S.3434), toned, almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Halfcrown, 1689 primo, rev. first shield, no frosting, with pearls (ESC 835 [507]; S.3434), rubbed and toned, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Halfcrown, 1689 primo, rev. first shield, caul only frosted, with pearls (S.3434), fair to fine, graffiti on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Shillings, 1692 (2), no stop after gratia, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, cyphers in angles; another, re of rex over et (ESC 863 [1075]; 865 [-]; S.3437), the first noticeably double-struck, otherwise fair, the second about fine and rare (2)provenanceii) Spink auction 215, 4-5 December 2012, lot 294 - "good fine, a rare variety"Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Shilling, 1693 over 0 (ESC 867 [1076]; S.3437), almost fine, scarce; also, George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1723 SSC (S.3647), fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Sixpences, 1693 (2), conjoined busts right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, cyphers in angles (ESC 869 {1529}; S.3438), the first pierced, fine, the second with some small scratches to reverse, good fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-94), Proof Halfpenny, 1694, in silver, otherwise as currency strike, rev. no stop after britannia, edge plain, 31mm., 10.94g, 12h (BMC [Peck] 609), only good, but very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrowns (2), 1696 octavo, Exeter, first laureate and draped bust right, e below, rev. crowned small shields cruciform, small early harp (ESC 1069 {537} [R4]; S.3478); 1697 nono, York, as previous, y below bust, rev. crowned large shields cruciform, large early harp (ESC 1100 {551}; S.3492), only poor to fair, the first very rare (2)provenancei) SCMB, November 1977 - 'poor, R4' - £25ii) Purchased Roberts, November 1962Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrown, 1697 octavo, Norwich, first laureate and draped bust right, n below, rev. crowned large shields cruciform, late harp (Adams 464; ESC 1090 {549} [R6]; S.3491), fine, but extremely rareprovenancePurchased Spink, 26 May 2006Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrown, 1698 undecimo, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned large shields cruciform, late harp (ESC 1036 (555) [R5]; S.3494), fine, the reverse with some graffiti, extremely rareprovenanceSNC, December 2004, MS6119 - £300Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Shilling, 1696, i over (?) in gvlielmvs, laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform (ESC - {-}; S.3497), only good, with a scratch across portrait, but the overpunched letter unusual and unlisted, rare thusprovenance:Purchased Spink, May 1996 - £30Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Shillings (5), 1696, York, first laureate and draped bust right, script y below (ESC 1191 {1086}; S.3502); 1697 (4), Bristol, first bust, b below (ESC 1161 {1095}; S.3506); another, Chester, c below bust, reading galielmvs (inverted a for v) (ESC 1172 {1096}; S.3507); also, London, third bust, nothing below, rev. as last (ESC 1132 {1108}; S.3511); Exeter, e below bust, as last (ESC 1183 {1105}; S.3508), the third poor, the fifth only good and with edge cut at 2 o'clock, the rest about fine or better (5)provenancei-iii) Spink auction 221, 2-3 December 2013, lot 883 (par...

William III (1694-1702), Sixpence, 1696, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Scottish arms at date, lion of Nassau, 9h (ESC - {-}; S.3520), about very fine, a curious die-axis errorprovenance:SNC, December 2005, MS6909 - £400Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Sixpence, 1696, second laureate and draped bust right, reads gvlelmvs, g of gra double-punched, rev. crowned shields cruciform, late harp with three strings and small crowns, last 6 in date and m of mag double-punched (ESC 1218 [1551] [R5]; S.3537), struck in low relief, otherwise about very fine, extremely rareprovenanceSlaney, part II, Spink auction 229, 14 May 2015, lot 470 - £800with his ticket, stating:Purchased Baldwin, 1945 -£7.10.0'Miss Farquhar in BNJ says only 3 known with this bust'For further reading, see: 'Portraiture of Our Stuart Monarchs on their Coins...

William III (1694-1702), Sixpence, 1697, first laureate and draped bust right, inverted a for second v in gvlielmvs, rev. crowned cruciform shields (ESC 1221 {1553} [R3]; S.3531), about very fine, rareprovenanceSCMB, August 1979, F423, 'good F, RRR' - £35Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), pre-Union, Crown, 1703 tertio, the r in tertio double struck, draped bust left, vigo below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, angles plain (ESC 1340 (99); S.3576), cleaned, otherwise about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), pre-Union, Shilling, 1707, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1394 [1137]; S.3589), once lightly cleaned and dipped, now retoning, otherwise good very fine/almost extremely fine, scarceprovenance'The Home Park Collection', Rasmussen FPL 29, Summer 2016, C177 Purchased Grantham Coins, 12 July 2003Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), pre-Union, Sixpence, 1705, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, roses and plumes in angles ((ESC 1450 {1585}; S.3592), toned, very fine/good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Two-Guineas, 1711 (Schneider II, -; MCE 206; S. 3569), lustrous, a pleasingly good very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU58 (Cert. #4863600-001)D W Eves collection (Purchased Spink, 1977)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Halfcrown, 1709 E octavo, Z type 1 in date, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, e below, rev., en médaille, crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1384 [580] (R3); S.3605), fine or better, very rareprovenanceSNC, November 1997, no. 5658 - £175 (acquired 11 November)Lord Hamilton of Dalzell MC, Spink auction 3, 21 February 1979, lot 328 [with his ticket]SCMB, August 1954, no. 4364 - 'an extremely rare date for this type, about F, good F, RRRR' - £7.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Shilling, 1707 E, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, e below, rev. crowned cruciform narrow shields (ESC 1417 {1138A} [R4]; S.3608), only good/about fine, but very rareprovenanceSpink auction 202, 25 March 2010, lot 144Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Guinea, 1715, third laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform (MCE 247; S.3630), lightly cleaned, otherwise residually lustrous, a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1723 decimo, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, ssc in angles (ESC 1557 (592); S.3643), cleaned, nonetheless a neatly struck coin, very fine/good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shillings (2), 1721, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, angles plain (ESC 1575 {1170} [R4]; S.3646); 1725, second bust right, rev. as last, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1597 {1183}; S.3649); another, 1726, as last (ESC 1601 {1186} [R5]; S.3649), the first poor with counterstamp 'A' on cheek, the second and third good to fair all rare (3)provenancei) Purchased Seaby, February 1969 - 'RRRR' - £7.10.0ii) Purchased Seaby, April 1963 - £8.0.0iii) Baldwin FPL, Summer 2013, BM 222 - £950H E Manville, Spink auction 9, 4 June 1980, lot 277 - £17...

George II (1727-60), Five-Guineas, 1729 tertio, young laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 278; S.3663), in NGC holder, graded AU50 (Cert. #4861544-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Two-Guineas, 1739, intermediate laureate bust left, rev. crowned and garnished shield (MCE 293; Schneider II, 576; S.3668), minor flecking across lustrous original surfaces, extremely fine, and with a good provenance provenanceSlaney, part II, Spink auction 229, 14 May 2015, lot 398D Mitchell, Glendining, 27 April 1949, lot 99 - £19.0.0 (Baldwin)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1745 d. nono, lima below bust (ESC 1687 [605]; S.3695), toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1750 v. qvarto, old laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1692 (609); S.3696), cleaned, nonetheless a sharp striking, good very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shillings (2), 1732, young laureate and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1705 {1196}; S.3698), fine; another, 1743 over 1, old bust left, rev. similar to last, roses in angles (ESC 1721 {1203A} [R3]; S.3702), fine, a clear overdate, very rare (2)provenanceii) SCMB, June 1981, F334 - 'RRR, nearly F' - £20Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1745, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1722 {1204}; S.3702), toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shillings (2), 1750 over 47, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1732 {cf. 1211}), once buffed and dipped, otherwise very fine; another, 1758, rev. uniform date letters, eight strings to harp (ESC 1734 {1213}; S.3704), light but attractive tone, virtually mint state (2)Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1774, fourth bust (MCE 379; S.3728), faint contact marks, otherwise lustrous, good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS63'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1798, fifth bust (MCE 402; S.3729), faint surface friction, otherwise bright and lustrous, good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), 'Military' Guinea, 1813, fifth bust (MCE 402; S.3729), faint cabinet friction, otherwise bright and lustrous, extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU58'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Half-Guinea, 1794, fifth bust (MCE 433; S.3735), faint hairlines, otherwise good fine/very fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Half-Guinea, 1797, fifth bust (MCE 433; S.3735), very fine, with traces of lustreSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), Half-Guinea, 1801, sixth bust (MCE 439; S.3736), dull lustre, good extremely fineprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 114Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), Third-Guinea, 1810 (MCE 460; S.3740), once cleaned, otherwise very fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Quarter-Guinea, 1762 (MCE 463; S.3741), extremely fine, a pleasing coinprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 116Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1787, stop above head and either side of date, rev. no semée (Bull B/2, ESC 2125 [1216]; S.3743), lustrous, virtually as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS64Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shillings (3), 1787, stop above head and by date, rev. no semée (Bull B/2, ESC 2125 [1215]; S.3743), very fine; also, 1816 (2) (S.3790), the first wiped otherwise about extremely fine, the second pleasantly toned and much as struck; additionally, Sixpences (3), 1787, with semée (2) (Bull A/2, ESC 2190 [1629]; S.3749), very fine or better, albeit the second lightly cleaned; lastly, 1817 (S.3791), cleaned, otherwise a bold very fine (6) provenance'The Archer collection'iii) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 666 [part] - £100Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For m...

George III (1760-1820), Shillings (3), 1787, no semée of hearts (ESC 2125 {1216}; S.3743); also, New coinage (2), 1816; another 1817 (ESC 2140 {1228}; 2144 {1232}; S.3790); also, George IV (1820-30), Shillings (3), 1824, laureate head left, rev. crowned shield in garter (ESC 2400 {1251}; S.3811); 1826 (2), bare head left, rev. lion atop crown (ESC 2409 {1257}; S.3812), generally fine to very fine, the first extremely fine (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Twopence, 1797, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left (BMC [Peck] 1077; S.3776), good very fine with some faint hints of lustreSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Countermark Dollar (8-Reales), 1777-FM, Mexico City (Bull A/2, ESC 1852 [129]; S.3765A), rubbed and toned, the oval countermark fine, the host coin good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Dollars [8-Reales] (3), including, Oval Countermark issue, 1794-FM, Mexico City (ESC 1852 (129); S.3765A; cf. Cal 689 for undertype), a die break through moneyer's initials, the countermark good fine, the host coin similar; additionally, Bank of England, 5-Shillings, 1804 (2), : c . h . k on truncation, leaf to vertical bar of e, rev. k in relief (Bull A/2; ESC 1925 [144]; S.3768), both cleaned, one with graffiti in obverse field, otherwise fine, the other very fine (3)'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

George III (1760-1820), Countermark Dollar (8-Reales), 1793-PR, Potosi (Bull A/2, ESC 1855 [131]; S.3765A), wiped surfaces now retoning, otherwise the oval countermark good fine, the host coin near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Dollar of Five Shillings, 1804, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, top leaf to centre of e in rex, no stop afterwards, rev. Britannia in tablet, k in relief below shield (ESC 1951 {164}; S.3768), details of host coin apparent with traces of portraiture at the periphery of obverse fields, light graffiti before chin, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Three-Shilling Tokens (2), 1811 (S.3769), harshly cleaned, fine; another, 1814 (S.3770), once brooch and swivel-mounted, otherwise fine; additionally, Halfcrowns, 1817 (2), type 1 (S.3788); another, type 2 (S.3789), both lightly wiped, otherwise about very fine, the second better; lastly, Eighteenpence Tokens (2), 1812 (S.3771); another, 1814 (S.3772), both lightly wiped, otherwise very fine (6)'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Eighteenpence Token, 1812, type 2 (Bull B2/3, ESC 2115 [972]; S.3772), choice uncirculated, in NGC holder, graded MS65'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Ninepence Token, 1812, laureate head right, rev. bank token 9d 1812 in four lines, edge plain, 11h, 3.80g (Bushman 221; Bull B2var./2, ESC 2185; Davis 71; S.3773), harshly cleaned, otherwise very fine, rare'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 1; S.3785), rubbed and lightly wiped, otherwise fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1820, 'closed 2', laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 4; S.3785C), once wiped and with rub to cheek, otherwise a bold very fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1820 'open 2', laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 4; MCE 466, S.3785C), about fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1818 lix * (ESC 2009 [214]; S.3787), dark tone, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1818 lix * (ESC 2009 [214]; S.3787), light hairlines, otherwise a bold very fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Crown, undated, in silver, by T. Webb and J. Mills for T. Mudie, laureate head right, initials below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblems between, mills fecit, edge plain (L&S 214; ESC 2055 [221]), rim smoothed at reverse 12 o'clock where evidently removed from mount, otherwise toned with residual brilliance, a bolder extremely fine, scarceprovenanceM L Gray, Spink auction 255, 25-26 September 2018, lot 1844Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1817, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2096 (616); S.3789), wiped in obverse field, otherwise a bold very fine, with Victoria, Halfcrown, 1887, cleaned, almost very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrowns, type II (2), 1817; another, 1820 (ESC 2096 [618], 2105 [625]; S.3789), the first with digs on neck, otherwise very fine or better, lightly toned (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1819 over 3 (ESC 2153 [1235A]; S -), pleasing cabinet tone, the bizarre overdate crisp and clear, much as struck, rare, in NGC holder, graded MS64provenance'The Archer collection'ii) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 666 [part] - £100Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1822 (Marsh 6; S.3800), once wiped, otherwise very fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821 secundo, rev. wwp under broken lance (ESC 2310 [246]; S.3805), extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS61'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1820, first issue (ESC 2357 [628]; S.3807), a few light bagmarks in otherwise quite brilliant fields, a bold extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1823, second issue (ESC 2365 [634]; S.3808), light handling marks in fields and a nick to rim, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30) (2), Halfcrown, 1823, rev. type 2 (ESC 2365 [634]; S.3808), rub to obverse field below portrait, otherwise toned, a bold very fine; additionally, Shilling, 1821, rev. type 1 (ESC 2396 [1247]; S.3810), toned, good very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1825, third issue (ESC 2371 [642]; S.3809), lustrous, a pleasing extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU58'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1821, first issue (ESC 2396 [1247]; S.3810), light hairlines, otherwise toned, good very fine; also, Sixpence, 1821, first issue (ESC 2421 [1654]; S.3813), contact marks in otherwise quite brilliant fields, extremely fine or near so (2)'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1825, second issue (ESC 2402 [1253]; S.3811), a drag mark before nose, otherwise much as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS64'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1826, third issue (ESC 2409 [1257]; S.3812), lustrous, much as struck'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpences (3), second issues (2), 1824 (ESC 2425 [1657]; S.3814), light wipe on obverse, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine; another, 1825 (ESC 2427 [1659]; S.3814), light tone overlying lustre, extremely fine; lastly, 1826, third issue (ESC 2435 [1663]; S.3815), obverse once wiped, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine (3)provenance'The Archer collection' ii) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 690 [part] - £150Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1825, second issue (ESC 2427 [1659]; S.3814), light tone, otherwise much as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS64provenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 690 [part] - £150Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1828, third issue (Pywell-Phillips 515; ESC 2438 [1665]; S.3815), toned, extremely fine, a rare date, with a reported mintage of 15,840Duplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1829, third issue (ESC 2439 [1666]; S.3815), pleasing tone, about extremely fineprovenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 690 [part] - £150Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Penny, 1827, laureate head left, rev. Britannia seated (BMC [Peck] 1430; S.3823), rubbed and scratched, otherwise fair but rare, a key date of the Copper Penny series; additionally, Victoria, Pennies, Ornamental tridents (3), 1843, rev. colon after reg (BMC [Peck] 1486); also, 1848 over 6, as last (BMC [Peck] 1494); lastly, 1856, as last, def-: (BMC [Peck] 1512; S.3948), edge knocks, poor to fair, the last wiped, but two very rare (4)provenancei) 'Purchased PJ, May 1969 - £6.0.0' ii) Purchased Seaby, January 1969 - £4.0.0iii) SCMB, April 1969, K3653 - £7.0.0iv) Purchased...

William IV (1830-37), Halfcrown, 1834, w.w. in block on truncation (ESC 2474 [660]; S.3834A), bright [once cleaned (?)] surfaces with overlying tone, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Halfcrowns, w.w. in script on truncation (2), 1834; 1835 (ESC 2478, 2481 [662, 665]; S.3834), the second filed on edge and harshly cleaned, otherwise very fine, the first pleasantly toned, good very fine (2)provenance'The Archer collection' i) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 695 [part] - £180Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Halfcrown, 1836, WW in script on truncation (ESC 2482 (666); S.3834), a bolder very fine, in LCGS holder, graded CGS65 (Cert. #35047 - HC.W4.1836.01)Duplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Shilling, 1836, flat-topped 3 (ESC 2494 [1276]; S.3835), lustrous, a pleasing extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS61'The Archer collection' Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Shilling, 1836 (ESC 2494 {1273}; S.3835); additionally, Victoria, Shillings (4), 1838, 1839, 1848 over 6, 1856, young head left, rev. as last (ESC 2973 {1278}, 2975 {1280}, 2994 {1294} [R2], 3007 {1304}; S.3904), the first good very fine, the rest good to fair, the fourth rare (5)provenancei) Purchased Roberts, November 1962Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Sixpence, 1831 (ESC 2499 [1670]; S.3836), a quite brilliant example, good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS61'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Sixpence, 1831 (ESC 2499 [1670]; S.3836); also, Groat, 1837 (ESC 2520 [1922]; S.3837); and, [Currency] Threepence, 1835, 'small head' (ESC 2532 [2045]; S.3838); lastly, Threehalfpence, 1835 over 4 (ESC 2542 [2251A]; S.3839), the third with a fine scratch across mark of value, otherwise all lightly toned and extremely fine to about as struck, a pleasing group (4)provenance'The Archer collection' i) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 699 [part] - £140Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Sixpences, 1834 (2), bare head right, rev. crowned value in wreath (ESC 2504 {1674}; S.3836); Victoria (1837-1901), Sixpences (3), 1844 large 44, 1845, 1853, young head left, rev. as last (ESC 3177 {1690}, 3179 {1691}, 3189 {1698}; S.3908), generally fine or slightly better (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crown, 1844 viii, star stops (ESC 2561 [280]; S.3882), a few contact marks on cheek, otherwise well struck-up for type, with an attractive irisdescent tone overlying quite brilliant surfacesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crown, 1844 viii, cinquefoil stops (ESC 2562 [281]; S.3882), a minor edge bruise at 12 o'clock and lightly cleaned but now retoned, otherwise a pleasingly bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crown, 1845 viii, cinquefoil stops (ESC 2564 (282); S.3882), artificial tone, otherwise a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #475510-001)With Seaby [?] inventory ticket 23577 of purchase, 28 May 1963 - £9.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns (3), 1844 viii, star stops (ESC 2561; S.3882); 1887 (S.3921); 1893 lvi (S.3937), the first with edge bruises, the second once cleaned otherwise all fine to very fine; additionally, Double-Florins (2), 1887, Roman I; another, 1889 (S.3923), the first almost as struck, the second with filed edge fine; lastly, Florin, 1887, Roman I (S.3925), good very fine/good extremely fine (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Proof 'Gothic' Crown, 1847, crowned bust left, rev. en médaille, four crowned shields cruciform, m over inverted m in dom, edge plain, 28.21g (ESC 2578 (291B) [R2]; S.3883), friction in parts to edge and on occasion in fields, once lightly wiped, otherwise a quite brilliant specimen, the die sinker's error clear, good extremely fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrowns (2), 1848, young head left, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 2726 {681}); 1849, large date, as previous (ESC 2730 {682}; S.3888), fair to good, both scarceprovenancei) SCMB, April 1971, no. 4684 - 'fair RR' - £6Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1881 (Davies 590; ESC 2758 (707); S.3889), toned, good VFprovenanceAdams, Spink auction 177, 1 December 2005, lot 708 [with his ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), 'Godless' Florin, 1849 ww (ESC 2815 [802]; S.3890), light tone, very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Florins (11), 'Godless' type, 1849, 'Gothic' bust left, w.w. behind, rev. crowned shields cruciform (S.3890); 'Gothic' type (10), 1856 (S.3891) plugged; type B3 (3), 1872; 1873; 1874 over 3, die no. 30 (ESC 2882 [R2]); also, type B4 (3), 1874; 1876; 1877, stop after date (S.3893); 1881; 1884; 1885 (S.3900), as last, dates in Roman numerals, fair to fine, some rare (11)provenancev) SCMB, July 1977, G360 - 'RR, fair, scratched' - £10viii) Collector's ticket states: 'Purchased Seaby, December 1966 - £40.0.0'ix) 'Purchased Seaby, April 1963 - £4.0.0'x) 'Purchased Seaby, Janua...

Victoria (1837-1901), 'Gothic' Florin, mdccclxiv [1864], die number 48 (ESC 2854 [824]; S.3892), lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous a bold very fine; also, Sixpence, 1889 (ESC 1757; S.3929), lustrous, good extremely fineDuplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1850, young head left, rev. crowned value in wreath (ESC 2996 {1296} [R3]; S.3904), fair, very rareprovenance:Spink auction 215, 4-5 December 2012, lot 360Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shillings (3), 1858 over 6 (ESC 3012 {-}; S.3904), light wipe, otherwise a bolder very fine, very rareprovenanceSpink auction 201, 26 November 2009, lot 513Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shillings (11), young head (8), 1871; 1872, similar; 1877, 1878, third young head left, rev. crowned value in wreath (ESC 3039 {1321}, 3042 {1324}; 3047 {1329}, 3049 {1330}; S.3906A); 1881, 1882, 1883, 1886, fourth head, as previous (ESC 3068 {1338}, 3071 {1341}, 3072 {1342}; 3078 {1347}; S.3907); also, Jubilee head (3), 1887, 1888, small head, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 3137 {1351}, 3139 {1353}; S.3926); and, 1889, large head, rev. as last (ESC 3142 {1355}; S.3927), fine to extremely fine (11)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view...

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (3), 1847, rev. OT DEF-: (BMC [Peck] 1493), good very fine, some letters re-entered over rotated legends; also, 1854, rev. PT DEF: (BMC [Peck] 1596; S.3948), about very fine; also, Bronze issue, 1877, dies 6+J (Freeman 91; BMC [Peck] 1709]; S.3954, dies 8+J); also Halfpenny, 1859 over 8 (BMC [Peck] 1550; S.3949), good very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1858, OT DEF-: (BMC [Peck] 1518; S.3948), traces of mint lustre, good extremely fineDuplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, 1870, dies 6+G (Freeman 60; S.3954), good very fine to extremely fine, some greased, another with residual mint colour, all of the scarcer year; additionally, Halfpenny, 1870, dies 7+G (Freeman 307; S.3956), fine (4)i - iii), Purchased Alfred S Allen, c.1976 - £69 and £72Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1873 (Freeman 64, dies 6+G; BMC [Peck] 1689; S.3954), much residual mint colour, good extremely fineDuplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1874-H, 'narrow date', dies 7+G (Freeman 71; S.3955), lustrous especially to reverse, otherwise good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1880 (Freeman 101, dies 9+L; BMC [Peck] 1719; S.3954), much mint red, about uncirculated Duplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny (4), 1838, 1841, 1846 and 1853, young head left, rev. Britannia seated left (S.3949), all a pleasing very fine to near extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (5), 1860, dies 4+B (Freeman 266); also, 1875-H, dies 13+K* (Freeman 323); also, dies 17+S (3), 1887; 1888; 1890 (Freeman 358; 360; 362), varying degrees of mint colour from residual to practically full, extremely fine to as struck (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) Victoria (1837-1901), Two-Pounds, 1887 (S.3864), lustrous, much as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS64provenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 138 - £440Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) Victoria (1837-1901), Two-Pounds, 1893 (S.3873), good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62provenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 703 - £460Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns (2), 1887, Jubilee bust left, rev. St George and Dragon (S.3921), good very fine; another, 1898 lxii, old head left, rev. as last (S.3937), rubbing on high points, almost very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (4), 1888, dies 12+N; also, dies 1+B (3), 1897; 1899; 1901 (Freeman 145; 150; 154; S.3961), the first and last but for carbon spots, attractive mint state, the rest with patination overlying lustrous surfaces, otherwise about as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) Edward VII (1901-10), Coronation Specimen 'Long Set', 1902, Five-Pounds to Maundy Penny (13) (S.PS9), a pleasing set of matte proofs, with only an unfortunate nick to reverse rim of Halfcrown, otherwise uncirculated or very near so, with Royal Mint case of issue (13)provenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 761 - £1,850Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) Edward VII (1901-10), Coronation Specimen 'Short Set', 1902, Sovereign to Maundy Penny (11) (S.PS10), a trace of very light wiping to obverse surfaces, as commonly encountered with this series, otherwise extremely fine to much as struck, with Royal Mint case of issue (11)provenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 763 - £580Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Crown, 1902 ii (ESC 3560 (361); S.3978), almost extremely fine; additionally, Shilling, 1910 (S.3982), much as struck (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1910 (ESC 3586 [928]; S.3981), lustrous, good extremely fineDuplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George V (1910-36), Proof Half-Sovereign, 1911 (WR 418; S.3996), faint hairlines, otherwise brilliant, much as struckprovenanceBaldwin FPL, Summer 2014, BM096 - £650Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1928, bare head left, rev. crown and date within wreath (ESC 3633 (368); S.4036), 9,034 struck, in NGC holder, graded "Cleaned, AU-Details" (Cert. #48671577-002)provenanceSpink auction 236, 22-23 March 2016, lot 713 - wherein erroneously described as a proofSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1929, bare head left, rev. crown and date within wreath (ESC 3636 (369); S.4036), 4,994 struck, in NGC holder, graded MS63 (Cert. #4861577-004)provenanceSpink auction 236, 22-23 March 2016, lot 715 - wherein erroneously described as a proof Buckland, Dix & Wood, 8 November 1995, lot 303Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Proof Halfcrown, 1911 (ESC 3710 [758]; S.4011), pretty tone overlying brilliant surfaces, good extremely fineprovenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 794 - £120Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrowns (2), 1918, first issue (S.4011); another, 1928 (S.4037), lustrous, extremely fine or better (2)Duplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrown, 1918, normal reverse (Davies 1668; ESC (765); S.4011), lustrous, the hairline well struck-up, extremely fine, the reverse much as struckprovenanceAdams, Spink auction 177, 1 December 2005, lot 771 (part) [with his ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrown, 1919 (Davies 1670; ESC (766); S.4011), toned and lustrous, the hairline well struck-up, a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceAdams, Spink auction 177, 1 December 2005, lot 771 (part) [with his ticket]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Sixpences, 1911-20, first issue [in .925 silver] (11) (S.4014), all lustrous and much as issued, albeit some softly struck, an attractive group (11)provenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 797 [part] - £140Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Sixpences, 1921-29, 1931-36, second, third and fourth issues [in .500 silver] (16) (S.4024, 4034, 4040, 4041), uncirculated or near so (16)provenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 797 [part] - £140Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George VI (1937-52), Coronation Proof Set, 1937, Specimen Crown to Farthing, including Maundy (S.PS11), light tone over brilliant surfaces, much as issued, in Royal Mint case of issue (15)Duplicates from the Pywell-Phillips collectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George VI (1937-52), Halfcrowns, 1937-46, first issue (10) (S.4080), extremely fine to uncirculated (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George VI (1937-52), Halfcrowns, 1937-46, first issue (10) (S.4080), extremely fine to uncirculated, some toned (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) Elizabeth II (1952-), gold Proof Set, 2008, 'Emblems of Britain' and 'Royal Shield of Arms' by Matthew Dent, Two 7-coin sets: Specimen Pound to Penny (S.PGEBCS, PGRSAS), brilliant uncirculated, rare only 780 and 886 issued of each respectively, in Royal Mint case of issue, with certificates of authenticity nos. 0827 and 1111 (14)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) Elizabeth II (1952-), gold Proof Set, 'London Olympics' 2012, three groups of three coins, issued in 2010, 2011 and 2012, illustrating the Games' themes, each group consisting of one 100-Pound (34.05g) coin and two 25-Pound (8.51g) coins, the three groups being 2010, Citius (Faster), Neptune, Diana, and Mercury, 2011, Altius (Higher), Jupiter, Juno, and Apollo, and 2012, Fortius (Stronger), Mars, Minerva, and Vulcan, total weight 153.21g. (S.OGS8), brilliant proofs, in cases of issue, in Royal Mint display box, with certificates giving individual coin specifications and stating that the is...

Hiberno-Norse (c.1035-60), Penny, phase III, 0.87g, 7h, blundered legends, diademed and draped bust left, rev. voided long cross, hands in second and third quarter (DF 24; S.6132), striking crack following line of voided cross, otherwise stable and of good fabric, a bolder very fineprovenancePurchased Spink, 5 February 1975 - £65 (with ticket)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, Edward IV (1461-83), Groat, fifth heavy 'Cross and pellets' coinage, Dublin, 2.12g, 7h, m.m. pierced cross, crowned bust facing, g on breast, rev. long cross and pellets (S.6294), irregular flan, toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, Henry VIII, with Jane Seymour (1509-47), Groat, first harp issue, 2.63g, 9h, crowned shield over cross fourchée, rev. crowned harp, dividing crowned h-i (S.6473), good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, Henry VIII (1509-1547), Groat, third harp issue, c. 1543, 2.38g, 4h, m.m. rose, crowned shield over long cross fourchée, rev. crowned harp, dividing h-r (S.6481), a pleasing example for type, toned, a pleasing very fineprovenance'The Archer collection' Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 811 [part] - £90Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, Philip and Mary (1554-58), Groats (2), 1555, 2.71g, m.m. portcullis (S.6501); another, 1557, 2.98g, m.m. rose, reads et (S.6501C), both with verdigris in recesses, otherwise both fine/very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, James I (1603-25), Shilling, second coinage, 4.27g, 10h, m.m. rose, third bust (S.6515), struck up for type, good fine/very fine; also, Sixpences (2), first coinage, 2.00g, 4h, m.m. bell (S.6514); another, second coinage, 2.01g, 7h, m.m. escallop (S.6517), the first creased into 'love-token' otherwise good, the second with ragged edge similar (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, James II (1685-91), 'Gunmoney' Halfcrown, May 1690, small size, laureate bust left, rev. crown dividing i-r over sceptres, value above (S.6580B), very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Tenpences (3), type I, 1805, laureate and draped bust right, rev. value (S.6617), toned, very fine; also, type II, 1813 (2), similar, bare head right, rev. value and date in wreath (S.6618; DF 625; KM. Tn5), both lustrous and extremely fine to much as struck, the second in NGC holder, graded MS61 (Cert. #4861577-003) (3)The second purchased Dublin, 16 April 1989Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Proof Penny, 1805, in gilt copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev crowned harp, edge plain (S.6620), a later striking from refurbished dies, the gilding rubbed on the high points, otherwise much as struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Proof Penny, 1805 (S.6620), extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded PF???provenance'The Archer collection'ii) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 811 [part] - £90Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, miscellaneous silver coins (6), including: Edward I, Pennies (2), Dublin, 1.23g; another, Waterford, 1.37g, the first corroded, the second creased, otherwise good to fine; also, George III, Bank Tokens, Thirtypence, 1808 (S.6616); Tenpences (2), type I, 1805 (S.6617); another, type II, 1813; lastly, Fivepence, 1805 (S.6619), good to fair (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ireland, copper coinage, a miscellany (23), including: Elizabeth I, Penny, 1602, 1.56g, 7h (S.6510A); also, Charles II, Halfpenny, 1681 (S.6575), thrice pierced; and, James II (8), Halfpenny, 1686 (S.6576); additionally, 'Gunmoney' (7), Crown, 1690; Halfcrowns (2), Jan. 1689; May 1690 (S.6579J; S.6580B); Shillings (2), Augt. 1689; Sept. 1689 (S.6581C, D); lastly, Sixpences (2), Sept. 1689; another, Febr. 1690 (S.6583E, K); also, William and Mary, Halfpennies, 1692 (2), one pierced; and, George I, 'Woods' Halfpenny, 1723 (S.6601); George II, Halfpennies (3), 1744; 1760; another, counterfeit, '1...

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy coins, undated, first milled issue, Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence and Penny, crowned and cuirassed bust with falling lace collar left, values behind, the Twopence with double-arched crown, rev. crowned shield over cross moline (ESC 590 (2365); S.3391), small marks on edge of the Fourpence and Penny possibly where removed from a mount, the usual reverse die flaw on the Twopence, very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1706 (ESC 1475 (2395); S.3599), generally fine, the Penny near very fine (4)provenanceDNW auction 132, 15 September 2015, lot 954Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1800 (ESC 2239 [2421]; S.3764), the larger denominations wiped, the Twopence toned, otherwise very fine, the Penny near uncirculated (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) George IV (1820-30), Maundy set, 1827 (ESC 2452 (2431); S.3816), toned, good very fine to extremely fine (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-37), Maundy set, 1831 (ESC 2547 [2436]; S.3840), toned, extremely fine and better (4)provenance'The Archer collection' ii-v) Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 699 [part] - £140Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1868 (4) (ESC 3518 {2480}; S.3916), the Fourpence cleaned, otherwise near extremely fine or better, the rest lustrous (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy set, 1894 (ESC 3552 {2509}; S.3943), toned, extremely fine, in fitted and dated case of issue (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy set, 1899 (ESC 3557 [2514]; S.3943), light tone, otherwise about uncirculated (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy set, 1900 (ESC 3558 [2515]; S.3943), light tone, practically mint state, in contemporary dated case (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy set, 1901 (ESC 3559 [2516]; S.3943), iridescent tone overlying brilliant surfaces, much as issued, in contemporary fitted case (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1902 (ESC 3607 [2517]; S.3985), the Fourpence cleaned, the rest uncirculated; another, Maundy set, 1903 (ESC 3609 [2519]; S.3985), the obverses lightly wiped on large denominations, otherwise, extremely fine to about as struck (8)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy set, 1903 (ESC 3609 [2519]; S.3985), toned, uncirculated (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy set, 1907 (ESC 3613 [2523]; S.3985), toned and quite brilliant, uncirculated, in fitted and dated case of issue (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy set, 1907 (ESC 3613; S.3985), dark tone, extremely fine, in contemporary fitted case (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Elizabeth II (1952-), Maundy set, 1954, second issue, britt: omn: omitted (ESC 4563 [2571]; S.4131), brilliant, virtually as struck (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Elizabeth II (1952-), Maundy set, 1956 (ESC 4566 [2573]; S.4131), light tone overlying brilliant surfaces, about as struck, in modern fitted case (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Elizabeth II (1952-), Maundy set, 1965 (ESC 4575 [2582]; S.4131), lightly toned, otherwise brilliant uncirculated, in modern fitted case (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Elizabeth II (1952-), Maundy set, 1966 (ESC 4576 [2583]; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated, in modern fitted case (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Elizabeth II (1952-), Maundy set, 1974 (ESC - [2591]; S.4211), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Wakefield Cathedral, Royal Maundy Service, 24 March 2005, A complete offering of Maundy Money for H. M. Queen Elizabeth II's 79th year (31 coins equalling 79 Pence) given to Miss Elsie Ward, 94, of Castleford, Yorks (S.4211), brilliant uncirculated, a rare offering, all vacupack sealed as issued, albeit two coins now exhibit peripheral toning (31)provenanceBonhams auction, 8 July 2015, lot 311This lot is presented with Maundy pouches and an extensive archive, including correspondence between the Lord High Almoner, Church Wardens, and the Chief Superintendent of West Yorkshire Police with t...

Early Medieval-Stuart Hammered coins, a miscellany (6), including: 'Porcupine' Sceat, series E, 1.18g (S.790); also, Henry VIII, Groat, second coinage, Laker bust B, 2.52g, 5h (S.2337D); and, Edward VI, Shilling, third coinage, 6.10g, 4h, m.m. tun (S.2482); also, Elizabeth I, Sixpences, (2), 1572, 2.59g, 6h, m.m. ermine (S.2562); another, 1602, 2.82g, 10h, m.m. 1 (S.2585); lastly, James I, Shilling, 5.56g, 3h, m.m. thistle, second bust (S.2646), the last with scuff across face, others lightly creased, generally fine or near so (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information plea...

Medieval Hammered silver coins, a miscellany (6), Pennies (5), including: John, class Vb2, Winchester, Bartelme, 1.41g, 11h (Mass 1611); another, Vc, London, Walter, 1.41g, 10h, rev. reads ...on lvn, (vn) ligate (Mass 1698-1700); also, Henry III, Long cross types (3), Gloucester, Roger, class 3b, 1.13g, 9h (S.1363); others, London, Nicole, class 5b2 (2), 1.49g, 10h; 1.47g, 4h (S.1368A); lastly, Edward III, Groat, pre-Treaty, Series C, London, 4.35g, 5h (S.1565), generally fine, some double-struck or toned (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Cond...

Medieval Hammered silver coins, a miscellany (18), including: Edward III (10), third 'Florin' coinage, Pennies, London (3); additionally, fourth coinage (7), Halfgroats (2) London and York; Pennies (5), London (2); Durham (2); and York; also, Henry V, Pennies (2), London, class F, 0.74g, 10h, mullet and trefoil by crown (S.1780); another, York, class A, 0.85g, 7h (S.1785); and, Henry VI, Groats (2), Rosette-Mascle issue, Calais, 3.68g, 9h, m.m. cross fleury/plain cross (S.1859), almost very fine; another, Pinecone-Mascle issue, London, 3.67g, 10h, m.m. [?]/plain cross (S.1874); also, Penny, Yo...

Medieval and Tudor Groats (2), Edward IV (1461-70), type VII, York, 2.71g, 3h, m.m. lis. e on breast, quatrefoils by neck (N.1583; S.2012), edge split, fine; another, Henry VIII (1509-47), first coinage, Tower, 3.09g, 4h, m.m. portcullis [?] (N.1762; S.2316), small piercing at 3 o'clock, and once cleaned, otherwise a bold fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Hammered silver coins, a miscellany (3), including: Henry VI, first reign, Halfpenny, Rosette or Pinecone Mascle issue, Calais, 0.35g, 3h, m.m. cross patonce (S.1871 or 1885), creased, fine; Edward IV, first reign, Groat, London, 2.95g, 10h, quatrefoils at neck, m.m. sun (S.2000), fuller flan, good fine; also, Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Halfgroat, 0.75g, 1h, m.m. bell (S.2579), good fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

17th-19th Century, silver Crowns (2), Charles II, 1671 vicesimo tertio, third bust (ESC 386 (43); S.3358), rubbed surfaces, otherwise about fine; also, George IV, 1821 secundo (ESC 2310 (246); S.3805), rim bruising to reverse 8 o'clock, otherwise lightly toned, almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

17th-18th Century, silver coins (6), including: Charles II (3), Crowns (2), 1662, en médaille, edge undated (Bull 342; S.3350A); another, 1664 xvi, 4h (Bull 362; S.3355); also, Threepence, 1679 (S.3386); Anne, 1707-E sexto, 13 strings (Bull 1351; S.3600); lastly, George II (2), Halfcrown, 1746 d.nono, lima below bust (Bull 1688; S.3695A); and, Shilling, 1741 (Bull 1717; S.3701), fair to fine, some toned, otherwise previously wiped (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III, a miscellany, including: Sixpence, 1787, no semée (S.3748), scratches below chin, otherwise very fine; Bank Token, 3-Shillings, 1812 (S.3770), once brooch mounted with residue of solder, fine; also Copper issues (3), first issue, Halfpenny, 1772 (S.3774); and, second issues, Twopences, 1797 (2) (S.3776), these generally very fine; lastly, Recoinage issues, Shilling, 1816 (S.3790), once wiped, otherwise extremely fine (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III, a miscellany of Copper coinage (11), including: first issues (3), Halfpennies (2), 1771; another, 1772, 'georivs' error (BMC [Peck] 896; 900; S.3774); also, Farthing, 1773 (BMC [Peck] 911; S.3775), all very fine or better, the error coin clean; additionally, second 'Cartwheel' issues, 1797 (3), Twopences (2) (BMC [Peck] 1077; S.3776); also, Penny (BMC [Peck] 1132; S.3777); third issue, 1799 (2), Halfpenny (BMC [Peck] 1248; S.3778); also, Farthing (BMC [Peck] 1279; S.3779); lastly, fourth issue (3), Penny, 1807 (BMC [Peck] 1344; S.3780); Halfpenny, 1807 (BMC [Peck] 1378; S.3781); an...

George IV, a denomination ensemble of Copper coinage (6), including: Penny, 1826, rev. plain saltire (S.3823); Halfpenny, 1826, rev. plain saltire (S.3824); Farthings (2), first issue, 1823 (S.3822); another, second issue, 1826 (S.3825); Half-Farthing, 1830, rev. helmet intrudes legend (S.3826); also, Third-Farthing, 1827 (S.3827), the largest pieces improperly stored hence artificial discolouration, otherwise generally very fine or better, the smallest pieces especially so; additionally, William IV (1830-37), Copper coinage, a series representation (5), Penny, 1831 (S.3845); Halfpenny, 1831 (...

Victoria, a miscellany of silver coins (15), including: Crowns (3), 1844 viii, cinquefoil stops (S.3882); 1891 (S.3921); also, 1893 lvi (S.3937); Double-Florin, 1889 (S.3923); Halfcrowns (4), 1882; 1887, Jubilee head (2); 1899(S.3889, 3924, 3938); Florins (3), 'Godless', 1849; 1887; 1896 (S.3890, 3925, 3939); lastly, Shillings (4), 1883; 1887; 1892; 1893 (S.3907, 3926-27, 3940), mostly cleaned, some lustrous, generally fine to very fine, some in early slabs (15)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria, a miscellany of silver coins (8), including: Crowns (2), 1887; another, 1892 (S.3921); also, Double-Florins, 1887 (2), 'Arabic 1' and 'Roman I' (S.3922-23), the second rubbed, about very fine; also, Florin, 1895 (S.3939); Shilling, 1898, large rose (S.3940A); Sixpence, 1845 (S.3908), cleaned, otherwise about extremely fine; lastly, Threepence, 1877 (S.3914C), generally lustrous, very fine to extremely fine or better (8)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

20th Century, a miscellany of coins (5), including, Edward VII (2), Crown, 1902 (S.3978), cleaned, very fine; also, Penny, 1908 (S.3990), much mint colour, extremely fine; also, George V, Halfcrown, 1919 (S.4011); and, Penny, 1918 (S.4051), much as struck; lastly, George VI, Crown, 1937 (S.4078), extremely fine (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

20th Century, a miscellany of silver Crowns (5), including: Edward VII 1902, (S.3978); George V (2), 1928, (S.4036); another, 1935 (S.4048); also, George VI (1937-52) (2), 1937, (S.4078); and 1951 (S.4111), fine to good very fine (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), a miscellany (9), including: Crowns, 1935 xxv (S.4048); also, Halfcrown, 1918 (S.4011); Florin, 1918 (S.4012); Shillings, first issue (3), 1914; 1915; 1918 (S.4013); also, Maundy Fourpence, 1931 (S.4017); and, Threepence, 1916 (S.4015), generally extremely fine or better, some softly struck; additionally, Bronze coinage (5), Halfpenny, 1927 (S.4057); Farthings (3), 1911; 1923; 1926 (S.4059-61); lastly, Third-Farthing, 1913 (S.4062), mixed grades, fine to extremely fine (14)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyer...

George III (1760-1820), Maundy coins, a miscellany (4), Fourpence, 1784 (S.3750), extremely fine; Threepence, 1762 (S.3753), cleaned, otherwise very fine; Twopence, 1800 (S.3758), wiped, a bold fine; lastly, Penny, 1799 (S.3760), some hairlines, otherwise good very fine (4)'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Miscellaneous Maundy coinage, George III, Twopence, 1766 (S.3756); and, Victoria, Maundy coins (7), Twopence, 1838 (S.3919); also, Old head issues (6), 1898, Fourpence to Twopence (3); another, part-set, 1896 (3), including Fourpence, Threepence and Penny (S.3943-45, 3947); lastly, Edward VII (2), Maundy Fourpence and Twopence, 1902 (S.3986, 3988), some with mounting marks at 12 o'clock, otherwise generally very fine to extremely fine (11)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Medieval silver Pennies (4), William the Lion, Short cross and stars, Berwick, Walter (?), 0.92g; additionally, Alexander III (1249-86), Long cross and stars (3), type Mb, 24 points - Berwick (?), 1.40g, unbarred as, open es (S.5054); also, type E, wedge-tailed r, incurved uprights (2), 1.41g, 24 points ~ Berwick (?); another, 26 points ~ Perth (?), 1.39g (S.5056), the first cracked and poor, the rest with some flan creasing otherwise generally good fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Alexander III (1249-86), Penny, type Mb, 1.40g, 3h, 24 points ~ Edinburgh, rev. rex scotorvm + (S.5054), light tone, very fine'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Robert the Bruce (1309-26), Halfpenny, 0.65g, 11h, crowned bust left, sceptre before, rev. long cross, voided mullet in second and third quarter, first and fourth plain (S.5077), rougher surfaces, otherwise good fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, David II (1329-71), Groat, second coinage, Edinburgh, 3.62g, 8h, large young bust, rev. mullets only in angles (S.5095); also, Robert II (1371-90), Groat, Perth, 3.50g, 9h, rev. + villa de perth (S.5136), both with striking and flan splits and scuffing otherwise fair to fine; lastly, James IV (1488-1513), Billon Plack [Fourpence], type IV, Edinburgh, 1.54g, 6h, legend reads iacob 4, pellet stops (S.5351), flan splits, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, James V (1513-42), Billon Bawbee, third coinage, Edinburgh, 1.64g, 8h (S.5383), softly struck to periphery otherwise lightly toned, a bolder very fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Mary, first period (1542-58), Billon Bawbee [Sixpence], third coinage, Edinburgh, 1.47g, 1h (S.5432), softly struck, otherwise fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Mary, second period, with Francis (1558-60), Twelvepenny Groat [Nonsunt], 1558, 1.85g, 2h (S.5447), struck on an irregular flan, but the scarcer date for issue, almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Mary, third period, first widowhood (1560-65), Half-Testoon, 1561, 3.87g, 12h, capped bust left, date in tablet below, rev. crowned shields of France and Scotland, dividing crowned cypher (Burns 1, fig. 901; Cochran-Patrick 237; St. 181; S.5423), edge made round from a mount, and fields smoothed in antiquity, otherwise fair to almost fine, but very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Mary, fourth period, with Henry Darnley (1565-67), "Crookeston Dollar" or Ryal, 1565, Edinburgh, 30.55g, 7h, crowned arms, dividing thistles, rev. tortoise climbing crowned palm tree (SCBI 35 [Ashmolean ~ Scottish Coins], 1119-21; S.5425), pleasant cabinet tone, good fine, the countermark very fineprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 802 - £400 (with catalogue clipping)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), "Sword Dollar" or Ryal, 1571, first coinage, Edinburgh, 30.12g, 11h, crowned arms, dividing cypher, rev. sword dividing pointing hand and value (SCBI 35 [Ashmolean ~ Scottish Coins], 1212; S.5472), a minor striking flaw through date and double-striking in obverse legend, otherwise dark cabinet tone, good fineprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 804 - £340 (with catalogue clipping)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), Thirty Shillings, 1582, fourth coinage, Edinburgh, 22.95g, 10h, half-length king left, holding sword, rev. crowned shield dividing cypher and value, the latter in two lines (Burns 2, fig. 933; SCBI 35 [Ashmolean ~ Scottish Coins], 1237-38; S.5487), trace double-striking on an irregular flan, otherwise toned, fine/good fineprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 805 - £340 (with catalogue clipping)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), Thirty Shillings, 1583, fourth coinage, Edinburgh, 21.03g, 1h, half-length king left, holding sword, rev. crowned shield dividing cypher and value, the latter in two lines (SCBI 35 [Ashmolean ~ Scottish Coins], 1239; S.5487), fields smoothed in antiquity, otherwise toned, a bold fine, the date scarceprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 806 - £400 (with catalogue clipping)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), Sword and Sceptre Piece, 1602, eighth coinage, 4.94g, 10h, iacobvs. 6. d.g. r. scotorvm., crowned shield, rev. .salvs. popvli. svprema. lex., crossed sword and sceptre, crown above, thistles at sides (S.5460), split from shield to edge at 5 o'clock, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), Eightpenny Groat, 1.76g, 10h (S.5512); post-Accession to the English throne (3), Quarter Thistle Merk, 160[?], 1.50g (S.5499); also, Two-Shillings, eighth coinage, 0.86g, 3h (S.5509); AE Twopence, type II, c. 1623, 1.29g (S.5524); additionally, Charles I (1625-49) (3), First coinage, Thirty-Shillings, 14.53g, 2h, m.m. thistle, horseman as James VI (S.5541); lastly, Third coinage (2), Forty Pence, 1.62g, 6h; and, Twenty Pence, 0.87g, 7h (S.5581), generally fair to about fine, the last good fine (7)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please...

Scotland, 17th Century copper coinage, a miscellany (7), including Charles I, Earl of Stirling coinage (4), English crowns, m.m. lozenge/lozenge (2) (S.5598); also, Scottish crown, type E, m.m. saltire and stop (S.5599); another illegible, generally very fine or marginally better; also, Charles II (2), Twopence, 1663 (S.5625); and, Bawbee [Sixpence], 1677 (S.5628), the first poor, the second with hammered edges; lastly, William and Mary, Bodle or Turner, 1691 (S.5674), good fine (7)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), gold Unit, third coinage, type I ~ 'Briot's issue', 9.92g, 6h, half-length king right, wearing ornate armour, holding orb and sceptre, small thistle and letter b sideways to left above crown, rev. crowned shield dividing cypher (Burns 3, fig.1032 same dies; SCBI 35 [Ashmolean ~ Scottish Coins], 1392 same dies; S.5531), a light crease before nose and trace roughness on edge, otherwise lightly toned, good very fine, a pleasing example of this ever-popular typeprovenance'The Archer collection'Spink auction 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 809 - £1,900Subject to 20% VAT on Bu...

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), Thirty Shillings, third coinage, type I ~ 'Briot's issue', 14.86g, 6h, m.m. b and flower, king on horseback left, rev. m.m. b and thistle, crowned shield (S.5553), dark tone, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), Twelve Shillings, third coinage, type I ~ 'Briot's issue', 5.73g, 6h, b at end of legend (SCBI 35 [Ashmolean ~ Scottish Coins], 1431-32; S.5558), fine; also, Forty-Pence, 1.67g, 7h (S.5579), near fine/good fine [2]'The Archer collection'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), Twelve Shillings, third coinage, type III ~ ''Falconer's first issue', 5.71g, 9h, crowned and draped bust left, value behind, rev. crowned square-topped shield dividing crowned c-r, small F above crown (S.5560), fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), Twelve Shillings, third coinage, type V ~ 'Falconer's anonymous issue', 5.96g, 6h, m.m. thistle, crowned bust of new style slightly breaking inner circle, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned c-r (S.5564), dark tone, uneven flan (as made on the rocker press), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), Twelve-Shillings, third coinage, type V ~ 'Falconer's anonymous issue', 5.97g, 6h, m.m. thistle, crowned bust of new style slightly breaking inner circle, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned c-r (S.5564), dark tone, scratches in obverse field and a spot of rusty deposit on back of king's neck, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles II (1660-85), Merks, first coinage, type II (2), 1669; another, 1671 (S.5611), about fine or better for this oft-softly struck issue, the first on an irregular and adjusted flan (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, William III (1694-1702), 5-Shillings, 1696 (S.5688), lustrous, very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, John Murray, 3rd Duke of Atholl (1729-74), Memorial Medals, by J Kirk, 37mm. [2], in silver, 19.07g, toned, very fine; another, in copper, 19.61g (Eimer 756), rough surfaces, otherwise fine for strike (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Ayrshire, 'Pattern Eighteenpence', 1799, in silver, struck from refurbished Halfpenny dies by John Milton for Colonel William Fullarton, armoured bust of George, Prince of Wales, with title of Seneschal of Scotland left, rev. en médaille, four crowned shields cruciform, Garter in centre, plumes in angles, edge plain, 28mm., 7.98g (Atkins p.299; Davis 5; DH 5), once dipped, otherwise a bold extremely fine with flashes of original brilliance, rareMost Fullarton pieces, including all the silver and gold strikings, are restrikes by Matthew Young. The originals are all in copper, and beca...

"She was rather one of the quiet inspirers, not linked with any great feats, but confident in her own abilities, fascinated by the natural world, and passionate about kindling the fire of fascination in others. It is impossible to tell how many young explorers gained their first taste of geography from her words". Royal Scottish Geographical Society, David Livingston Prize Medal, 1923, in gold, by P. MacGillivray, for Kirkwood and Sons, Edinburgh, capped bust of Livingstone right, signed macgillivray by right shoulder, rev. fiat lux, angel flying right, holding torch and olive branch, vessel m...

George V (1910-36), Official Silver Jubilee Medal, 1910-1935, in gold, by P. Metcalfe, 57mm., 123.13g (Eimer 2029a; BHM 4249), hairlines in otherwise brilliant fields, very rare in this metal with only 99 pieces struck, in Royal Mint case of issueBrown notes that the large gold medal strikings originally numbered 99 pieces in fine gold, and were originally marketed for 50 Guineas eachSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Official Silver Jubilee Medals, 1910-35 (3), in silver, large size, 57mm. (2), 86.66g; 86.28g (Eimer 2029a); also, small size, 32mm., 15.66g (Eimer 2029b); additionally, George VI (1936-52), Official Coronation Medal, 1937, in silver, large size, 92.43g, (Eimer 2046a), extremely fine or better in Royal mint boxes or cases of issue (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George VI (1937-52), Official Coronation Medal, in gold, by P. Metcalfe, 57mm., 121.49g (BHM 4314, Wollaston 29, Eimer 2046), light hairlines across brilliantly reflective surfaces, the portraits cameo, much as struck, and rare, only 274 issued by the Royal Mint, in original case of issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

i) The Royal Naval School, Camberwell, Prize Medal, in silver, by W. Wyon, 48mm. (Forrer VI, 682); ii) Royal Naval School, New Cross, 'The Cookney Prize Medal for Industry and Good Conduct' in silver, 45mm. iii) University College, London, Prize Medals, in silver, 38mm. (2), rev. engraved geo. vivian poore | anatomy & physiology. 1864-5. / third prize; another, rev. engrave george v. poore. | medicine. 1866-7. | second prize.iv) University College, London, Prize Medal, in gold, by Wyon, rev. engraved university scholar in medicine 1868 | bachelor of medicine geoe. vivian poore, 33.2g., 37mm.,...

Marriage of the Duke of Connaught and Princess Louise of Prussia, Medal, 1879, in bronze, by J. S. and A. B. Wyon, conjoined busts left, rev. two shields, 64mm. (BHM 3052; Eimer 1662), mint state, in original Wyon 287 Regent Street caseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

'Snelus was a remarkable man: an expert shot - one of the best in the country - being from 1866 for twelve successive years a member of the 'English Twenty'. He was also an enthusiastic horticulturalist, and a staunch conservative in much demand for public meetings.' Iron and Steel Institute, Sir Henry Bessemer Prize Medal, 1883, in gold, by G T Morgan for J Pinches, awarded to the celebrated metallurgist Mr. George J. Snelus, 51mm., 91.71g (BHM 2955), light hairlines in otherwise brilliant fields, extremely fine, rare, and of historic and industrial interest, in original, if slightly distress...

Marriage of Prince Henry of Battenberg and Princess Beatrice,, Medal, 1885, in bronze, by A. Wyon, conjoined busts left, rev. two crowned shields, 64mm. (BHM 3183; Eimer 1718), mint state, in original Wyon 287 Regent Street caseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Official Golden Jubilee Medal, 1837-1887, in gold, by J. E. Boehm, 58.3mm., 83.47g (Eimer 1733a; Wollaston 39; BHM 3219), a few faint hairlines, otherwise brilliant, good extremely fine, only 944 pieces struck, in Royal Mint case of issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Official Golden Jubilee Medal, 1837-1887, in bronze, by J. E. Boehm, large size, 77.5mm., 222.65g (Eimer 1733ab; BHM 3219), good extremely fine with distressed Royal Mint case of issueprovenanceSCMB, December 1986, U373 - 'practically FDC' - £55Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Official Diamond Jubilee Medal, 1837-1897, in gold, large issue, by G. W. de Saulles after T. Brock and W. Wyon, 55.75mm., 95.37g (Eimer 1897a; Wollaston 40; BHM 3506), a few scuffs in otherwise matte fields, extremely fine, in Royal mint case of issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Official Diamond Jubilee Medal, 1837-1897, in gold, small issue, by G. W. de Saulles after T. Brock and W. Wyon, 25.5mm., 12.86g (Eimer 1897b; BHM 3506), lightly wiped, otherwise extremely fine, in Royal mint case of issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Diamond Jubilee Medals, 1837-1897 (5), including Official issues, large size, 56mm. (4), in silver , 92.74g, latterly gilt; also, in copper (3), 70.28g; 74.26g; 72.33g (BHM 3506; Eimer-1817a), generally extremely fine, all in Royal Mint boxes of issue; lastly, by the Mint, Birmingham Ltd, in plated AE, 39mm., 28.52g (BHM 3549), extremely fine, in contemporary fitted case (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victorian and Edwardian Prize Medals (5), including, "Fourth Mathematical Prize, Elm Grove, Ealing, 1861", in gilt silver, awarded to J H Wainewright, 39mm., 26.84g, in fitted case of issue; also, Epsom College Propert Prize, in bronze, awarded to R. A. E. Ellis, 56mm., 79.20g, in distressed case of issue; another, Department of Science and Art, Queen's Medal, in silver, awarded to James McKissack, Subject 23b, 1897, 51mm, 85.56g (Eimer 1825), in broken case of issue; "Amateur Photographer and Photographic News Competition, 1912", in silver, by Vaughton, awarded to H E Wood, 45mm., 33.75g, in...

Edward VII (1901-10), Official Coronation Medals, 1902, by G W de Saulles, large size, 55mm. (4), in silver (2), 85.93g; another, 86.07g; also, in copper (2), 80.88g, 80.84g (Eimer 1871a), extremely fine to much as struck, in Royal Mint cases of issue (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Official Coronation Medals, 1911 (4), large size, 51mm. (2), in silver, 86.82g; another, in copper, 76.61g (Eimer 1922a); also, small size, 30.5mm. (2), 12.36g; 12.31g (Eimer 1922b), the small pieces cleaned, otherwise extremely fine to much as struck three in Royal Mint boxes of issue (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, The King's Medal, 1912, in gold, by B Mackennal and G. W. de Saulles, georgivs v d. g. britt: omn: rex f. d. ind: imp:, Military bust of King left, rev. his majesty the king's medal around rim, royal naval college dartmouth in centre, 1912 engraved in tablet beneath, chief cadet captain henry patrick scholes, engraved on edge, 44.5mm., 54.24g (BHM 3997)provenanceHalls, 'Summer Collective' auction, 22 August 2012, lot 229 Lt. Henry Patrick Scholes, Senior Gunnery Officer of the Light Cruiser H.M.S. Diomede on the China Station, succumbed to appendicitis in Hong...