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Gold Coins

Henry V (1413-1422) Quarter Noble

Ref 34/48Price £1,475.00

Wt. 1.72g., class C/F mule, LONDON, i.m. pierced cross, annulets at points of tressure, lis above shield, broken annulet to left, cinquefoil to right, rev. trefoils at angles of the central panel, Lockett 4293 (same dies); SCBI 47, 253 9 same dies); N.1382/1383; S.1756/7, very rare
VF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Quarter Noble

Ref 34/50Price £1,500.00

Wt. 1.48g., continental imitation, of class B, i.m. cross, broken annulets at points of tressure, lis above shield, cinquefoils beside shield, rev.lis in centre, SCBI 47, -N.-; S.-, an interesting and unusual imitation, very rare
Stylistically cruder, the weight is acceptable, we have not seen another, but apparently there are a few examples known including some in the British Museum.
VF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 34/180Price £925.00

1802, sixth laureate head, rev. crowned shield within Garter, Schneider -; MCE 440; S.3736
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 34/210Price £3,000.00

1857 7 over 5?, M.40; S.3852D, pleasing, extremely rare,
There is a clear shaped line from the tip of the 7 going down, which is parallel to back of the 5.
EF-good EF

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Edward III (1327-1377) Noble

Ref 34/40Price £8,750.00

7.70g, fourth coinage, Treaty period B2, mm. -/cross pattée, ED/WARD DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS HYB Z AQ/T, saltire and double saltire stops, king standing, facing with sword and shield in ship, rev. + IH’C AVTEM TRANCIENS PER MEDIV ILLORVM IBAT, double saltire stops, ornate cross, e at centre in panel, trefoil of annulets at corners, lion in each angle and crowns in alternate arcs of double tressure, trefoils in spandrels (N.1232; S.1503; Schneider 86; Stewartby B2; Potter 2b, faintly scratched in first quarter on reverse, otherwise
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 3, Spink, 26 September 2016, lot 911 and J Elsen, 17-18 March 2001, lot 1450.
good VF

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Edward III (1327-1377) Noble

Ref 34/41Price £2,250.00

Wt. 7.45g., Tower, class I, {Treaty lettering], double saltire stops, ED | WARD DEI * G * RE*X * ANG * Z * FRA : DNS : HYB AQ | T, annulet before edward, ropes 3/2, ornaments -11-11, quatrefoils 4/3, crescent on forecastle, bowsprit behind, rev. i.m. cross pattée [6], reads mediv', large e in centre (LAL, group I {Post-Treaty/Treaty 'mules'}, pl. XIX, no. 1, same obverse die; Doubleday 281, same dies; Potter 2; cf. Stewartby III {'class I'}, 916; Schneider I, 107 (same dies); N.1277; S.1517) , creased, very rare,
The Isladulcie Collection, Spink, 27 June 2019, lot
a bold F

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Edward III (1327-1377) Quarter Noble

Ref 34/42Price £895.00

Wt. 1.81g., Calais, Treaty B1, type 3a, m.m. cross potent [5], cross above shield, rev. voided quatrefoil in centre (LAL group B, no. 4; Doubleday 278, same dies; Potter 3a; Stewartby III {'B1'}, 915, same obverse die; Schneider I, 101, same dies; N.1246; S.1514) , very rare, lightly creased, otherwise almost
The Isladulcie Collection, Spink, 27 June 2019, lot 40.
VF

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Richard II (1377-1399) Quarter Noble

Ref 34/44Price £695.00

Wt. 1.48g., type Ib/IIIa mule, double saltire stops, nothing over shield, rev. i.m. cross pattée [6], lis in centre (Webb Ware 1b/3a; Stewartby III {'Ib/IIIa'}, 931; Schneider I, 157, same dies {also same obverse die as nos. 139 and 140}; N.1318(iv)/1319; S.1673/1675) , a circular crack following path of inner circle between 9 and 11 o'clock, struck with rusty dies, a very rare mule,
The Isladulcie Collection, Spink, 27 June 2019, lot 55.
good F

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Henry V (1413-1422) Quarter Noble

Ref 34/49Price £1,475.00

Wt. 1.72g., class C/F mule, LONDON, i.m. from the same dies as last, Lockett 4293 (same dies); SCBI 47, 253 9same dies); N.1382/1383; S.1756/7, very rare,
VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Unite

Ref 34/89Price £4,250.00

Wt. 9.03g., Group B, i.m. anchor a/anchor B, bust 2a, bust in ruff, armour and mantle, reads MAG BR FR ET HI, rev. crowned shield of arms, SCBI 33 (Brooker) 45; SCBI 57 (Schneider) 124; N.2148; S.2687, an attractive example,
practically EF

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William and Mary (1689-1694) Half Guinea

Ref 34/141Price £2,850.00

1691, second conjoined bust right, elephant and castle below, rev. second crowned shield, S.3431 , some red toning,
VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Guinea

Ref 34/157Price £1,475.00

1714, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shield in angles, sceptre in angles, Garter star in centre, MCE 226; S.3575, unfortunate test scratches behind bust, and small edge knock below, otherwise,
a bold VF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 34/175Price £3,250.00

1773, first 7 over 1, third laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield of arms, date above , MCE 378; S.3727, very rare, some light surface handling marks, otherwise

EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 34/176Price £1,550.00

1791, fifth head, rev. 'spade' shaped shield, MCE 395; S.3729, faint handling marks,
good EF-unc

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 34/177Price £1,850.00

1764, second laureate head right, rev. crowned shield of arms, date above, MCE 407; S.3732
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 34/178Price £1,575.00

1775, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield of arms, edge grained, MCE 418; S.3734
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 34/179Price £975.00

1797, fifth laureate head, rev. 'spade' shaped shield, MCE 436; S.3735, light handling marks, otherwise
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 34/181Price £1,925.00

1804, 'Military' type, seventh head right, rev. similar, MCE 442; S.3737, brilliant,
practically unc

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Sovereign

Ref 34/189Price £4,250.00

1818, laureate head right, ascending colon after BRITANNIAR, space between REX and F:D:, rev. St George slaying dragon, M.2; S.3785A, rare,
practically EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 34/209Price £525.00

1855, W.W. in relief, M.38; S.3852C, scarce,
good VF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 34/211Price £875.00

1869, die no. 22, M.53; S.3853, a lovely example,
EF-unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 34/212Price £725.00

1885-M, Melbourne mint, third young head, rev. crowned shield within wreath, M.66; S.3854A, brilliant,
practically unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Proof Sovereign

Ref 34/213Price £3,750.00

1893, veiled bust left, rev. St George and dragon, edge grained, WR 341; S.3874, brilliant,
Encapsulated NGC PF 63 ultra cameo.
practically FDC

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James III (1460-1488) Rider of Twenty Three Shillings

Ref 34/303Price £9,250.00

Wt. 5.02g., issue of 1475-83, class I, armoured King on horseback galloping right, sword in hand, plumed helmet, IACOBVSxx DEIx GRAxx RE X SCOTOR, rev. crowned quartered Scottish shield of arms, double tressure fleury over long cross pattee, SALVVM FAC POP VLVM TV VM DnE, SCBI 35, 730 (same dies); Burns 2, fig.600; S.5256 , an attractive coin, rare,
Ex. Adams Collection, CNG October 7 2015, lot 1084.
good VF

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James VI (1567-1625) Half Sword and Sceptre or Three Pound piece

Ref 34/311Price £1,750.00

Wt.2.50g. Eighth coinage, 1601-1604, crowned shield, rev. sword and sceptre, crown above, SCBI 35, 1187-1200 (different dies); S.5460, a pleasing example,
good VF

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Half Sovereign

Ref 34/267Price £325.00

1904, B.P in exergue, S.3974B
unc

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Elizabeth II (1952-) Gold Prood Maundy Set

Ref 34/295Price £1,850.00

2002, Fourpence-Penny (4), S. 4211
FDC

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