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Gold Coins

George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 36/134Price £2,350.00

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

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George IV (1820-1830) Two Pounds

Ref 36/195Price £4,500.00

1823, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon, edge IV, S.3798 , small surface striking flaw in front king's neck, otherwise
good EF-unc

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George IV (1820-1830) Half Sovereign

Ref 36/197Price £1,750.00

1828, bare head, rev. crowned garnished shield, M.409; S.3804
practically unc

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George IV (1820-1830) Half Sovereign

Ref 36/198Price £1,450.00

1828, bare head, rev. crowned garnished shield, M.409; S.3804
EF/good EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 36/251Price £4,850.00

1838, first young head left, date below, rev. first crowned shield within wreath, M.22; S.3852 , handling marks on obverse, some light edge nicks, otherwise
practically EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 36/253Price £875.00

1880, 8 over 7, young head left, WW buried in thin truncation in relief, rev. St. George slaying dragon, long tail, ending in three strands, WWP in relief under lance, date in exergue, small BP to right, M.91A; S.3856B; B.315
practically unc

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Matt Proof Five Pounds

Ref 36/355Price £4,500.00

1902, head right, rev. St. George and dragon, edge grained, S.3965
good EF- FDC

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Matt Proof Sovereign

Ref 36/356Price £750.00

1902, bare head right, rev. St. George and dragon, M.174A; S.3969
good EF- FDC

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North-Eastern series ('Corieltauvi'). - VOLISIOS DVMNOVELLAUNOS Stater

Ref 36/1Price £1,675.00

Circa AD 3-60. Wt. 5.27, Corieltauvian Q type, vertical wreath over three lines, between which is inscribed [V]O-LI/[S]I-OS; ring of pellets and three armed spiral ring in opposite corners, rev. horse left, three pellets below, DVM-NO-VE[LLAVNOS] around, Van Arsdell 998-1; ABC 1995; S.419 , struck from a worn obverse die, otherwise
Ex. CNG sale 115, 16-17 September 2020 (995)
VF

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Richard II (1377-1399) Noble

Ref 36/37Price £7,250.00

Wt. 7.70g., type IIIC, London, mm. -/cross pattée, trefoil of pellets to right of shield, French title resumed, king standing facing in ship holding shield and sword, rev. floriated cross with lis at ends, no fleurs in sprandrils, R in centre, N.1303; S.1657, hoard stain to right of shield, and corresponding area on reverse, legends double struck, very rare,
Ex. Dr Baumhauer Collection, Sincona, 21 November 2021, lot 515; MPO Utrecht auction, May 2003. It contained a large European hoard of gold coins, including over 130 English Nobles ranging from Edward III to Henry IV (heavy coinage) all in high grade, also in the hoard were many hundreds of continental gold pieces. I attended this auction, and I was also able to purchase privately a number of pieces including several of Richard II and some superb Henry IV (heavy coinage) pieces. The above noble was acquired in the second purchase.
VF or better

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Richard II (1377-1399) Noble

Ref 36/38Price £7,750.00

Wt.6.91g. Type IIIc. CALAIS. i.m. cross pattée, flag at stern, lion on rudder, three additional pellets in shield and a pellet above and below, French title resumed, Sch.180 (different dies); N.1307 (2); S.1663 , very rare,
Ex. Dr Baumhauer Collection, Sincona, 21 November 2021, lot 518.
good VF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Noble

Ref 36/42Price £4,650.00

Wt. 6.84g., annulet issue, London mint, i.m. lis on reverse only, king standing facing in ship, holding sword and sceptre, annulet at elbow, rev. floriated cross with lis at ends, H in centre, trefoil/annulet stops, N.1414; S.1799 , a little light, small scratch before HYB, otherwise
a bold VF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Noble

Ref 36/43Price £3,950.00

Wt. 6.83g., annulet issue, York mint, i.m. -/lis, lis above sterncastle, annulet by sword arm, lis after HENRIC,rev. annulet in first spandrel of second quarter, mullet after IHC, annulet stops, ILLORV, Schneider -; N.1416; S.1804, rare, once lightly creased and edge chipped at 11 o'clock, otherwise
Ex. Rasmussen FPL 25, #32
about VF

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Edward IV, First Reign, (1461-1470) Ryal

Ref 36/52Price £3,850.00

Wt. 7.68g., light coinage, type V/VIII(A), London mint, i.m. sun, king standing facing in ship, rose on ship's side, banner inscribed E at stern, rev. rose upon radiate sun in centre of floriated cross, large fleurs in spandrels, B&W type VI, variant 1a; Webb Ware, dies 10/VI, 15; Schneider 350 (same dies); N.1549; S.1950
VF

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Half Sovereign

Ref 36/57Price £2,500.00

Wt. 5.85g., Southwark, i.m. -/Roman E, crowned youthful King enthroned facing holding sceptre left, orb, right, rose below, rev. crowned shield, supporters each side, letter E in panel below, cf Schneider 665-6; N.1866; S.2394 , poorly struck, thus weak in places, otherwise
almost VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Halfcrown

Ref 36/59Price £4,750.00

Wt. 1.31g., second issue, 'crown gold' coinage, mm. cross crosslet, (over lis?), crowned bust 1G left, beaded inner circles, ELIZABETH D G ANG FRA ET HI RE, rev. crowned shield of arms, ER at sides, SCVTVM FIDEI PROTEG EAM, pellet stops, S.2524; N.1984; cf. Schneider 753; Brown & Comber J2, this coin, of the highest rarity, two light creases, otherwise better than
Ex. D. Dupree collection, dispersed by Spink from September 1989 and Christopher Comber II, St James's, 23 September 2021, lot 105.
VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Half Angel

Ref 36/60Price £3,750.00

Wt. 2.56 g., fourth issue, mm. eglatine, beaded inner circles, St. Michael slaying the dragon, ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA, rev. ship bearing shield, sailing right, cross above, E and rose above, A DNO FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST MIRA, pellet stops, S.2517; N.1992; Schneider 771; Brown & Comber D7, skillfully plugged, otherwise
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St James's, 23 September 2021, lot 113.
EF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Quarter Angel

Ref 36/61Price £4,500.00

Wt. 1.28 g., fifth issue, mm. sword, beaded inner circles, St. Michael slaying the dragon, ELIZABETH D G ANG FRANCIE, rev. ship bearing shield, sailing right, cross above, E and rose above, ET HIBERNIE REGINA FIDEI, pellet stops, S.2528; N.1993; Schneider 777; Brown & Comber E9, a full round coin, believed to be one of four known, very rare thus,
Ex. Christopher Comber I, St James's, 15 October 2020, lot 22
good VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Unite

Ref 36/79Price £2,250.00

Wt. 8.96g., group C, class II, i.m. plumes, bust 3a, third bust with wider crown, rev. oval shield 4 with 6 pellets around, JGB 70; Schneider 138; N.2150; S.2690, double struck on both sides, otherwise
almost VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Half Guinea

Ref 36/89Price £2,450.00

1672, first bust, pointed truncation, MCE 95; S.3347
VF/good VF

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James II (1685-1688) Half Guinea

Ref 36/94Price £2,950.00

1687, laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, EMC 134; S.3404, weak on French arms,
good VF

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William III (1694-1702) Two Guineas

Ref 36/97Price £22,500.00

1701, 'fine work', laureate bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles, Lion of Nassau in centre, Schneider 482; MCE 173; S.3457, an attractive example,
A rare coin, being only produced in 1701.
practically EF

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William III (1694-1702) Guinea

Ref 36/98Price £2,750.00

1695, first laureate bust right, elephant and castle below, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles, Lion of Nassau in centre, Schneider 488; Farey 375 [VR] MCE 173; S.3457, rare, some scratches in obverse field, and small edge knock, otherwise
good F

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William III (1694-1702) Guinea

Ref 36/99Price £4,250.00

1699, second laureate bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles, Lion of Nassau in centre, Schneider 501 (Ex.HMS Association); Farey 420 [ER]; MCE 182; S.3460, a very rare date, edge knock by Irish arms,
almost VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Two Guineas

Ref 36/105Price £32,500.00

1714, 4 over 3,, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields with arms of England and Scotland conjointly impailed, sceptres in angles, Garter star in centre, Schneider -; MCE 208; S.3569, rarest of the two guineas, and a superb example
From an old private collection
good EF

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George I (1714-1727) Guinea

Ref 36/109Price £32,500.00

1714, 'Prince Elector' type, first laureate head right, GEORGIVS. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. F. D., rev. BR VN. ET.LVN. DVX S. R. I. A. TH ET. PR. EL., crowned cruciform shields, now incorporating the arms of Hanover, Schneider 544; Farey 580; MCE 245; S.3628, with a hint of red, rare,
From an old private collection. More sharply struck than the example sold in my FLP 35, lot 14.
good EF

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George I (1714-1727) Guinea

Ref 36/110Price £26,500.00

1716, fourth head laureate head right, no hair below truncation, rev. crowned cruciform shields, arms of Hanover at date, Schneider -; MCE 247; Farey 607 [ER]; S.3630, probably the finest known of this great rarity, lustrous,
From an old private collection.
EF

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George I (1714-1727) Half Guinea

Ref 36/111Price £4,950.00

1726, laureate bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, now incorporating the arms of Hanover, Schneider -; MCE 275; S.3637, some faint handling marks, otherwise
unc

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George I (1714-1727) Half Guinea

Ref 36/112Price £3,950.00

1726, laureate bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, now incorporating the arms of Hanover, Schneider -; MCE 275; S.3637
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Guinea

Ref 36/121Price £5,750.00

1745, 5 over 5, intermediate bust left, larger lettering now reads GEORGIUS, rev. crowned shield of arms, Farey 883 [R]; MCE 319; S.3678, pleasing example,
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Half Guinea

Ref 36/122Price £5,750.00

1728, young head, rev. crowned shield, Schneider MCE 595; MCE 334; S.3681A, light handling marks, attractive,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 36/128Price £2,250.00

1766, third head, rev. crowned garnished shield, Farey 1060; MCE 371; S.3727, some light surface marks,
good VF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 36/129Price £2,500.00

1772, third laureate head right, rev. crowned shield of arms, Schneider -; Farey 1120; MCE 377; S.3727, pleasing,
From an old collection.
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Proof Guinea

Ref 36/132Price £12,750.00

1787, by Lewis Pingo, fifth laureate head right, rev. crown 'spade' shaped shield, date below, edge plain, Farey 1730; MCE 391; S.3729, once lightly wiped, brilliant, rare,
practically FDC

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George IV (1820-1830) Proof Sovereign

Ref 36/196Price £7,000.00

1821, engraved by Benedetto Pistrucci, laureate bust left, GEORGIUS IIII D:G:BRITANNIAR:REX F:D, rev. St. George slaying dragon, date below, edge straight grained, WR 231; S.3800; B.11, faint hairlines, possibly cleaned,
good EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Five Pounds

Ref 36/248Price £3,500.00

1887, Jubilee head, rev. St George and the dragon, S.3864, some small edge knocks,
almost EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 36/254Price £600.00

1887-M, first legend, Jubilee veiled bust left, imperfect J on truncation, G: closer to crown, rev. small B.P., M mint mark on ground, M.131E; S.3867B , a few handling marks,
unc

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BELGIUM, County of Flanders, Jeanne and Wenceslaus (1355-83) Pieter d'or

Ref 36/463Price £2,250.00

Wt. 4.02g., Louvain Mint, half-length haloed figure of St. Peter facing holding key in left hand and book in right above a four-part shield within tressure of 9 arches, rev. ornate cross with rose in centre, SCBI 61, 231; Delmonte 45; Fr.11, a little weak on St.Peter's face, otherwise a crisp example,
EF

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BELGIUM, Duchy of Brabant, Louis De Male (1346-84) Chaise au lion

Ref 36/464Price £2,250.00

Wt.4.55g., Count seated, holding sword and wearing an open coronet of roses, Lion in shield by left knee, all with in a tressure, rev. cross within quadrilobe, SCBI 61, 148; Delmonte 466; Fr.152
EF

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NETHERLANDS, Kampen, City Coinage (1600) Rose Noble

Ref 36/465Price £1,200.00

Wt. 7.44g., king standing in ship, holding sword and shield, rose on hull, 'C' on flag at stern, rev. floriated cross, rose and sun in centre, Delmonte 1106; Fr.151-1, a little crinkled,
VF-EF

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Set

Ref 36/232Price £62,500.00

1831, Two pounds, sovereign, half sovereign, crown, halfcrown, shilling, sixpence, maundy set, bronzed penny, halfpenny and farthing (14) , Two pounds heavily marked, edge smoothed, otherwise almost EF; Sovereign, some faint hairlines tiny edge knock below truncation otherwise a lovely frosted example, EF-FDC; Half sovereign, obverse lightly brushed, otherwise EF-FDC; Crown, frosting has been lightly burnished, light surface marks, toned, good EF; Halfcrown, obverse edge knock at 9 o'clock, some surface marks, good EF; Shilling, obverse hairlines, good EF, Sixpence good EF-FDC; Maundy set, not matching, good EF and better; Penny - Farthing, practically FDC, housed in a good quality leather case, S.PS2
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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 36/256Price £425.00

1900-P, M.172; S.3876 , surface handling marks
about EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Threepence

Ref 36/315Price £35.00

1901, ESC 3454 (2113); S.3942, lightly toned,
unc

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Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII , 1547-51 - Edward VI (1547-1553) Half Sovereign

Ref 36/56Price £2,500.00

Wt. 5.18g., first period, TOWER, i.m. arrow, Edward VI enthroned, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRAN Z HIB REX, rev. crowned arms with supporters, IHS AVTE TRANSIE PER MEDI ILLOR IBAT, lozenge stops both sides, Schneider 645; N.1865; S.2391, once lightly mounted at 6 o'clock, obverse struck from a rusty die, weak on face, otherwise
almost VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Guinea

Ref 36/88Price £8,250.00

1665, third laureate head right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked C's in centre, sceptres in angles, edge grained, Farey 40 [ER]; Schneider -; MCE 58; S.3342, extremely rare date, two edge test marks, otherwise
almost EF

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James II (1685-1688) Half Guinea

Ref 36/92Price £2,650.00

1686, laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, EMC 132; S.3404, lightly cleaned, a few faint surface marks,
a bold VF

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James II (1685-1688) Half Guinea

Ref 36/93Price £4,250.00

1686, laureate bust left, elephant and castle below, rev. crowned cruciform shields, EMC 133; S.3404, extremely rare,
a bold VF

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William III (1694-1702) Half Guinea

Ref 36/100Price £6,250.00

1700, second laureate bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles, Lion of Nassau in centre, Schneider 521; MCE 195; S.3468, a pretty coin, sharply struck with residual lustre,
good EF

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Anne (1702-1714) guinea

Ref 36/106Price £6,250.00

1702, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles, rose in centre, Schneider 525; Farey 460; MCE 209; S.3562 , rare, a hint of red toning,
Ex. Rasmussen FPL 25, lot 120.
VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Guinea

Ref 36/107Price £8,000.00

1713, third bust, rev. post-union crowned cruciform shields, Schneider 537; Farey 560; MCE 225; S.3574, some minor handling marks, a crisp example,
EF

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