• aethlwulf
  • alfred
  • bergred
  • canut
  • coenwulf
  • edwardVII
  • georgeVI
  • harold
  • henryMaryRose
  • JamesV
  • williamIII
The Dexter Collection of Crowns

Henry VIII (1509-1547) Crown of the Double Rose

Ref 35/C1Price £4,850.00

Wt. 3.70g., Second Coinage, 1509-1526, Tower, i.m. rose, crowned rose dividing crowned H K (Henry and Katherine of Aragon) HENRIC VIII RVTILANS ROSA SINE SPIA, rev. shield crowned, DEI G R AGL Z FRANC DNS HIBERNIE, gothic letters and saltire stops both sides, Whitton (i); N.1788; S.2273; cf. Schneider 581 , some weakness in the legends, with some bloom,
good VF

.

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII , 1547-51 Crown of the Double Rose

Ref 35/C3Price £2,850.00

Wt. 3.09g., First period, 1544-1547, TOWER, i.m. arrow, crowned rose dividing crowned H R, HENRIC 8 RVTILA ROS SIN SPI, rev. shield crowned dividing HR, DEI GRA AGL FRA Z HIB REX HIBERNIE, Roman letters and lozenge stops both sides, Whitton p.180, normal type; N.1867; S.2395; Schneider 649, edge a little ragged, as made, some areas double struck, otherwise for issue,
Ex. Bisham Abbey hoard, Spink Numismatic Circular, 1975, no. 3363.
VF

.

Edward VI (1547-1553) Crown

Ref 35/C4Price £4,950.00

Wt. 30.94g., third period, fine silver issue, 1551, i.m. Y, king on horseback right, date below, rev. shield on long cross fourchée, Lingford dies B-20; N.1933; S.2478 , light edge striking flaw, a good horseman, a bold
Ex. Glendining, 10 January 1991 (787).
VF

.

James I (1603-1625) Britain Crown

Ref 35/C7Price £1,950.00

Wt. 2.26g., second coinage, i.m. castle, third bust, IACOBVS D G MAG BRIT FRA ET HI REX, rev. crowned shield, HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOBVS, Schneider 50; N.2091; S.2625 , obverse two faint scratches, otherwise
good VF-EF

.

James I (1603-1625) Crown

Ref 35/C10Price £2,000.00

Wt. 29.57g., third Coinage (1604-19), i.m. thistle, king on horseback right, rev. square garnished shield, BNJ 39, FRC VIII/XV; N.2120; S.2664, lightly toned,
almost VF/VF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C13Price £1,375.00

Wt. 2.21g., group B/C mule, bust 3, i.m. plume over heart/plume, CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HI REX, rev. crowned oval garnished shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, 238 (same dies); N.2184; S.2713A, some bloom,
a bold VF/good VF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C14Price £1,375.00

Wt. 2.22g., group C, i.m. plume, third bust, bust 4, CAROLVS D G MA BR F ET HI REX, rev. crowned oval garnished shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, 240; JGB 204; N.2183; S.2714, irregular flan, and double struck in places, red toning,
almost VF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C17Price £1,650.00

Wt. 2.21g., group E, i.m. anchor (flukes to right on obv.), small 'Aberystwyth' bust, CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HI REX, rev. crowned oval garnished shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, 264; JGB 227; N.2188; S.2717, rare,
VF

.

Charles I Briot's Coinage 1631-1639 Crown

Ref 35/C19Price £5,500.00

Wt. 29.87g., first milled issue, i.m. flower and B/B, king on horseback left, ground-line below, rev. oval garnished shield with large crown above, crowned C R at sides, JGB 714; N.2298; S.2852 , two faint scratches below horse, otherwise
a bold VF/good VF

.

Oliver Cromwell Crown

Ref 35/C25Price £8,500.00

1658 8 over 7, by Thomas Simon, laureate, draped bust left, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate, date above, edge inscribed, ESC 10 (240); S.3228, example with late die flaw, partially tooled out, attractively toned,
EF

.

Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C27Price £8,250.00

1662, laureate bust right, no rose below, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked C's in angles, eight strings to harp, Garter star in centre, edge dated 1662, ESC 351 (18); S.3352, practically as made, tiny rim bruise and striking flaw on obverse, and pin prick in obverse field, attractively toned, rare thus,
Ex. E D J Van Roekel collection, Spink Auction 156, 15 November 2001, lot 92 and Dr. D Rees-Jones, Spink Auction 117, 19 November 1996, lot 59.
practically EF

.

Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C28Price £1,250.00

1662, first laureate bust right, no rose below, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked C's in angles, ten strings to harp, Garter star in centre, edge inscribed, ESC351 [R2] (18), lightly toned,
Ex. E D J Van Roekel collection, Spink Auction 156, 15 November 2001, lot 93.
VF/ good VF

.

James II (1685-1688) Crown

Ref 35/C40Price £3,150.00

1686, first laureate and draped bust left, no stops, rev. crowned cruciform shields, edge SECVNDO, ESC 741 (77); S.3406, rare in this grade,
Ex. Rasmussen List 7, no. C248 and Norweb collection, Part 4, Spink Auction 59, 17 Jume 1987, lot 1494.
good VF

.

William III (1694-1702) Crown

Ref 35/C44Price £4,000.00

1695, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Lion of Nassau in centre, eight strings to harp, edge SEPTIMO, ESC 991 (87); S.3470, a lovely example, well struck, mint bloom, attractively toned, about as struck,
practically unc

.

William III (1694-1702) Crown

Ref 35/C47Price £1,100.00

1696, first bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shield, edge OCTAVO, ESC 995 (89); S.3470 , surface marks below bust, toned,
practically EF

.

William III (1694-1702) Crown

Ref 35/C49Price £750.00

1696 6 over 5, similar, edge OCTAVO, ESC 996 (89A); S.3470, once lightly cleaned,
good VF

.

William III (1694-1702) Crown

Ref 35/C50Price £6,000.00

1700, third bust right, rev. third harp, edge DVODECIMO, ESC 1010 (97); S.3474, a magnificent example, sharply struck, beautifully toned,
Ex. E D J Van Roekel collection, Spink 156, 15 November 2001 (156).
unc

.

Anne (1702-1714) Crown

Ref 35/C51Price £1,675.00

1703, VIGO, first bust, rev. pre-union cruciform shields, edge TERTIO, ESC 1340 (99); S.3576 , surface striking flaw on reverse, once cleaned, artificially toned, otherwise
almost EF

.

George I (1714-1727) Crown

Ref 35/C54Price £6,500.00

1723, draped laureate bust right, rev. rev. crowned cruciform shields, now incorporating the arms of Hanover, SSC (South Sea Company) in angles, edge DECIMO, ESC 1545 (114); S.3640, pleasantly toned, with bloom,
EF

.

George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 35/C58Price £4,500.00

1743, old bust laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Garter star in centre, roses in angles, edge DECIMO SEPTIMO, ESC 1667 (124); 3688, attractive peripheral toning,
good EF

.

George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 35/C59Price £4,875.00

1746, LIMA, old bust laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Garter star in centre, roses in angles, edge D.NONO, ESC 1668 (125); S.3689, , practically as struck, lightly haymarked, attractively toned,
Ex. Rasmussen List 33 (99).
EF

.

George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 35/C60Price £4,250.00

1750, old laureate and draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Garter star in centre, plain in angles, edge QVARTO, ESC 1670 (127); S.3690, attractively toned,
EF

.

George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 35/C61Price £9,750.00

1751, old laureate and draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Garter star in centre, plain in angles, edge V.QVARTO, ESC 1671 [R] (128); S.3690 , a magnificent example, superbly toned, a little mottled on reverse, rare in this exceptional grade,
Purchased Baldwin 1943, £2.15/-.
practically as struck

.

George III (1760-1820) Bank of England Issue Proof Bank of England Dollar

Ref 35/C63Price £2,000.00

1804, laureate and draped bust right, : C . H . K on truncation, leaf to upright of E, rev. Britannia seated left, within Garter, K in relief under shield, date below, ESC 1926 [R](145) dies A/2; L&S 54; S.3768, a few surface marks, attractively toned, reflective fields,
good EF

.

George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C64Price £1,425.00

1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and the dragon, edge LVIII, ESC 2005 (211); S.3787, some tiny digs at back of neck, richly toned, with proof-like fields,
good EF

.

George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C66Price £1,750.00

1819, with date crudely re-engraved, bust right, rev. St George and dragon, edge year LIX, ESC 2010 (215); S.3787, small ding on forehead, steel blue toning, proof-like fields,
good EF

.

George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C69Price £2,500.00

1820, laureate head right, date below, rev. St George and the dragon, edge, LX, ESC 2016 (219); S.3787, a pleasing example, a few faint marks, reverse proof-like, rare thus,
practically unc

.

George IV (1820-1830) Crown

Ref 35/C71Price £2,500.00

1821, laureate head left, rev. St. George and dragon, date in exergue, WWP under broken lance, inverted, ESC 2311 (246A) [R]; S.3805, attractively toned,
Ex. Alan Barr Part 2, Rasmussen List 7 (292) and Dr D Rees-Jones, Spink Auctions 117, 19 November 1996 (216).
good EF

.

George IV (1820-1830) Crown

Ref 35/C72Price £2,250.00

1821, laureate head left, rev. St. George and dragon, date in exergue, WWP under broken lance, inverted, ESC 2311 (246A) [R]; S.3805, richly toned,
good EF

.

George IV (1820-1830) Crown

Ref 35/C73Price £2,650.00

1822, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon, edge SECUNDO, ESC 2318 (252); S.3805, lightly toned, scarce,
good EF - unc

.

Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 35/C74Price £1,450.00

1844, young head left, rev. crowned shield within wreath, edge VIII, cinquefoils are stops, ESC 2562 (281); S.3882, surface marks, mint bloom, attractively toned,
EF

.

Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 35/C76Price £2,000.00

1847, young head, edge XI, cinquefoil stops, ESC 286; S.3882 , a few faint marks, faint scratch on cheek, attractive dark toning, rare in this condition, a pleasing
EF

.

Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 35/C91Price £475.00

1897, old head left, rev. St George and dragon, edge LX, ESC 2602 (312); S.3937, nicely toned,
good EF - unc

.

Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 35/C92Price £575.00

1897, old head left, rev. St George and dragon, edge LXI, ESC 2603 (313); S.3937, lightly toned,
unc

.

Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C29Price £250.00

1662, laureate bust right, no rose below, cloak frosted, curl on neck, extra curl below C, eleven strings to harp, edge inscribed, ESC 350 [R5](20A); S.3353, very rare,
F

.

Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 35/C32Price £375.00

1671, second laureate bust right, rev. ten strings to harp, T of ET over R, edge V.TERTIO, ESC 383 [R4] (42A); S.3357 , very rare,
Ex. Dix Noon & Webb 47, 8th September 2000 (139) Rasmussen List 9, #C561.
F

.

James II (1685-1688) Crown

Ref 35/C41Price £285.00

1687, second laureate, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, eight strings to harp, edge TERTIO, ESC 743 (78); S.3407
F

.

William III (1694-1702) Crown

Ref 35/C46Price £400.00

1695, similar, edge OCTAVO, V is an inverted A, cf. ESC 991 (87); S.3470,
F

.

Anne (1702-1714) Crown

Ref 35/C53Price £400.00

1707-E (Edinburgh), second bust, rev. post-union shields, plain in angles, edge SEXTO, ESC 1351 (103); S.3600, some light adjustment marks,
good F

.

Henry VIII (1509-1547) Crown of the Double Rose

Ref 35/C2Price £3,250.00

Wt. 2.97g., Third Coinage, 1544-1547, TOWER, i.m. annulet with pellet, crowned rose dividing crowned H R, HENRIC 8 RVTILA ROSA SINE SPIN, rev. shield crowned dividing HR, DI GRA AGLI FRANC Z HIBE REX HIBERNIE, gothic letters and slipped trefoil stops both sides, Whitton (3) variant; N.1834; S.2305; cf. Schneider 634
Ex. Spink Numismatic Circular, August 2000, no. 3034.
VF

.

Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Crown

Ref 35/C5Price £9,500.00

Wt. 29.63g., seventh issue, 1601, bust 9A, crowned bust holding orb and sceptre left, rev., long cross fourchée over square garnished shield, Brown & Comber 9A; Cooper dies D-6; N.2012; S.2582 , toned, with an excellent detailed portrait,
good VF

.

James I (1603-1625) Britain Crown

Ref 35/C6Price £3,250.00

Wt. 2.46g., second coinage, crowned first bust right, i.m. rose, IACOBVS D G MAG BRIT FRA ET HIB REX, rev. crowned shield, HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOBVS, Schneider 45; N.2090; S.2624 , a pleasing, neat round example, with mint bloom,
EF

.

James I (1603-1625) Crown

Ref 35/C8Price £6,000.00

Wt. 29.92g., first coinage, i.m. thistle, horseman on horseback right, rev. square garnished shield, BNJ 39,FRC I/I; N.2070; S.2643 , pleasantly toned, this die pairing very rare,
Ex. J F H Checkley collection, Glendining, 10 February, 1965 (39)(£260)
a bold VF

.

James I (1603-1625) Crown

Ref 35/C9Price £2,750.00

Wt. 29.77g., second coinage, i.m. escallop, king on horseback right, rev. square garnished shield, BNJ 39, FRC VI/XI; N.2097; S.2652, very rare initial mark,
almost VF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C11Price £1,975.00

Wt. 2.21g., group A, bust 1, i.m. lis, crowned bust left, CAROLVS D G MAG BR FR ET HI REX, rev. crowned square shaped shield, CVLTORES SVI DEVS PROEGIT, Schneider II, 221; JGB 184; N.2179; S.2710, , strong portrait, weakly struck on king's name and corresponding area on reverse, otherwise practically
EF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C12Price £1,750.00

Wt. 2.25g., group B, bust 3, i.m. anchor upright both sides, CAROLVS D G MA BR F ET HI REX, rev. crowned square topped shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, 229; cf JGB 195; N.2182; S.2712 , a full coin, a bold
good VF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C15Price £2,450.00

Wt. 2.26g., group D, i.m. tun, fourth bust, bust 5, CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HI REX, rev. crowned oval garnished shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, 248 (same dies); JGB 212; N.2185; S.2715, an attractive example, struck on a large full round flan,
EF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Gold Crown

Ref 35/C16Price £2,750.00

Wt. 2.26g., (under Parliament), group D, i.m. (P), fourth bust, bust 5, CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HI REX, rev. crowned oval garnished shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, 256; JGB 221 (this coin); N.2185; S.2716, a pleasing specimen and very rare,
Ex. R C Lockett, Glendining, 6 November 1958 (3380) and J G Brooker collection, dispersed by Spink.
EF

.

Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Crown

Ref 35/C18Price £3,850.00

Wt. 30.25g., Tower mint under Parliament, Group IV, type 4, i.m. sun, fourth horseman, king riding on foreshortened horse left, rev. oval garnished shield, FRC XXIV/XXXVIII, JGB 273 (same dies); N.2198; S.2761, a pleasing example, obverse, two old minor edge knocks,
VF/good VF

.

Charles I Oxford Mint 1642-1646 Crown

Ref 35/C20Price £4,950.00

Wt. 29.71g., Oxford mint, 1643, no i.m., Shrewsbury horseman left, Shrewsbury plume behind, rev. three Oxford plumes over declaration, Morr.A-2; JGB 870 (same dies); N.2405; S.2946A , rare, a pleasing
Ex. Dr D Rees- Jones collection, Spink Auction 117, 19 November 1996 (28).
VF

.

Associations - Facebook - Accepted Payment Methods
P.O. Box 42, Betchworth, Surrey, RH3 7YR Telephone: 01306 884 880 Mob: 07798 611006