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Silver Coins

Edward VII (1901-1910) Sixpence

Ref 32/223Price £110.00

1907, ESC 3603 (1791); S.3983, lightly toned,
practically unc

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Sixpence

Ref 32/224Price £85.00

1908, ESC 3604 (1792); S.3983, light surface marks,
good EF

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Sixpence

Ref 32/225Price £50.00

1909, ESC 3605 (1793); S.3983, lightly toned,
EF

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Sixpence

Ref 32/226Price £50.00

1910, ESC 3606 (1794), S.3983, obverse tiny carbon spot,
EF-unc

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George V (1910-1936) Sixpence

Ref 32/235Price £50.00

1911, ESC 3871 (1795); S.4014, beautifully toned,
unc

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George V (1910-1936) Sixpence

Ref 32/236Price £5.00

1924, ESC 3888 (1810); S.4024
good VF - EF

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Primary Sceattas, c.680-c.710 Sceat

Ref 32/1Price £200.00

Wt. 1.20g., Series BII, heavy-jowled crude diademed bust right, rev. bird right on cross, variety with cross infront of bird, BMC 27b; Abramson 16/60; N.126(a); S.777A
a bold VF

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Secondary Sceattas, c.710-760 Sceat

Ref 32/2Price £195.00

Wt. 0.88g., Series R, crude radiate bust right, blundered runes CWF, CV behind, rev. Standard, Sceatta List (2nd edition), 11-120-150; S.813
VF

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Kings of Northumbria and Bishops of York - Eadberht (737-758) Sceatta

Ref 32/3Price £425.00

Wt. 0.86g., EAOBERhTVS (the S is shown as an inverted L) around small cross. rev. animal right with protruding tongue, Booth Ai. Abramson Sceatta List 70/10; S.847. , obverse light porosity, reverse a hint of brilliance,
almost EF

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Aethelred I (second reign, 789-796) Sceat

Ref 32/5Price £345.00

Wt. 0.85 g., moneyer Tidulf, +EDLREDRE around cross, rev. TIDVVLF around cross in circle, Booth 180, var.ii; N.185/1; S.856
Ex. Patrick Finn List 1 (10) May 1994.
VF

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Kings of Kent - Baldred (c.823-825) Penny

Ref 32/6Price £2,500.00

Wt. 1.30 g., Canterbury, moneyer Swefheard, BELDRED REX CANT around cross pattée, Rev. SVVEFHERD around cross pattée, Naismith C64.2b, this coin; BMA 176; N.213; S.880, light edge crack, very rare,
Ex. The North Yorkshire Moors Collection of British Coins formed by Marvin Lessen, part 1, DNW 25 April, 2018 (192) and Spink Auction 161, 14 November 2002 (88).
good F

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Viking Coinage of York, c.895-920 - Cnut Penny

Ref 32/7Price £1,850.00

Wt. 1.34 g, York mint, large cross pattée; C ? V T at end of limbs, R: E·: + ·: in quarters / + EB ·:· I?I ·:· CEC ·:· IVI, small cross pattée, with pellets in angles. L&S Class Ir; SCBI 29 (Merseyside), 212 (same rev. die); BMC 877; North 495; S.989 (this coin illustrated) , lightly toned and attractive. Scarce.
Ex. Dr. Andrew Wayne Collection, Triton XIX, 5 January 2016 (897); Ex St. James 5, 27 September 2006, (7); R.C. Lockett Collection, Part I, Glendining, 6 June 1955, lot 423 (423, part). The Standard Catalogue of British Coins (53rd edition) plate coin.
EF

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Viking Coinage of York, c.895-920 - Cnut Penny

Ref 32/8Price £1,375.00

Wt. 1.38g., class IIe/Cunneti type, York mint, C N V T R E :· X ·:· arranged around inverted patriarchal cross with pellets in upper angles / + CV? ·:· ?ET :· TI, short cross pattée with pellets in first and fourth quarters. SCBI 29 (Merseyside), 273 (same dies); BMC 931; North 501; S. 993 , lightly toned,
Ex. Dr. Andrew Wayne Collection, Triton XX10 January 2017 (1510), St. James’s 5, 27 September 2006 (8). Spink Standard Catalogue, 53rd Edition plate coin.
EF

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Anlaf Guthfrithsson, 939-941 Penny

Ref 32/9Price £12,950.00

Wt. 1.3g.,York, Raven type, Aethelferth, 'raven' with spread wings, head facing left within inner circle, +ANLAF CVNUNC, symbol before and after, rev. +AÐELFERD MINTRr, small cross pattée within inner circle, SCBI 29, 410, same dies; N.537; S.1019 , excellent metal, full flan, an iconic Viking coin type, very rare
Ex. Spink Auction 223, 26-27March 2014 (1350). Found near Dunnington, East Yorks, 1992. Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2014.0032
VF

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English coins of the Hiberno-Norse Vikings. Later Period, c. 939-954 - Anlaf Sihtricsson, first reign, 941-944. Penny

Ref 32/10Price £14,250.00

Wt. 1.00g., Cross moline type. moneyer, ANLAFRATHVLF. + -A-NL.A.F CVNVNC - Anchor cross // + rev. R.AÐVL.F MON.ET. Small cross, North 542; S.1022 , extremely rare, richly toned,
Ex. Kunker Auction 232, 17 June 2013 (24).
almost EF

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Kings of Wessex - Edward the Elder (899-924) Penny

Ref 32/11Price £7,250.00

Wt. 1.65g., portrait type, London, moneyer Igere, + EADVVEARD REX, diademed and draped bust left within solid inner circle, rev. IGERII MONETA in two lines divided by three crosses, trefoils of pellets above and below (BMC VII,6; SCBI 20 (Mack), 752 this coin; N.651; S.1084 , a spot of verdigris in VV of king's name, some details weak but overall extremely fine, with an attractive old tone typical of the Vatican hoard
Ex. The Williams Collection, Spink Auction 252, 27 March 2018 (61), purchased from M Roberts, Lockett, part X, Glendining, 26-27 April 1960, lot 3654, 'extremely fine and rare', £42 Vatican hoard, c. 1929 (BNJ XXXIII 1964, pp. 7-29), no. 441

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Kings of all England - Aethelstan (924-939) Penny

Ref 32/12Price £5,750.00

Wt.1.55g., portrait type, crowned bust right, London mint, moneyer Liofhelm, ÆÐELSTAN REX, rev. small cross pattée, LIOFHELM MO LONDCI, SCBI 34, 134, same dies; N.675; S.1095, excellent portrait of good style on a full flan, rare,
Ex. Morton and Eden, Sale 72, 16 December 2014 (174).
EF

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Kings of all England - Eadmund (939-946) Penny

Ref 32/13Price £2,500.00

Wt. 1.52g., horizontal type, North Eastern I, York, moneyer Ingelgar, small cross pattée, +EADMVMVND REX EB, rev. INGELGAR M in two lines, three crosses between, trefoil of pellets above and below, N.688 var; S.1105, faint surface crack on reverse, good metal, rare with mint signature after REX,
good VF

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Kings of Wessex, and all England - Cnut (1016-1035) Penny

Ref 32/14Price £650.00

Wt. 1.12g., short cross type, Lincoln mint, moneyer Godric, rev. +GODRIC SPOT ON LIN, N.790; S.1159, unlisted moneyer, extremely rare,
good VF

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Kings of all England - Harold I (1035-1040) Penny

Ref 32/16Price £1,375.00

Wt. 1.08g., jewel cross type, Thetford mint, moneyer Ægelmær, diademed bust right, rev. cross composed of four ovals united at base, pellet at centre, ÆGELMÆR ON ÐEODE, Carson 2; Copenhagen 540, same obv. die; Talvio Lib; BEH 931; N.802; S.1163 , neatly struck, scarce
Ex. DNW 12 November 2015 (46)
good VF

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Stephen (1135-1154) - Stephen (1135-1154) and the Civil War and Anarchy (1138-1153) Penny

Ref 32/17Price £825.00

Wt. 1.13g., Eastern Area, Lincoln mint, bust right, crowned and diademed holding sceptre, legend ends [+STEP]HANVS, rev.[AILRIC]S+O[NLIN], broad cross with pellet at end of each limb, fleur-de lis and pellet in angles, M 171 (same obverse die); N.36; S.1289, weakly struck on obverse and irregular flan, rare,
F

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Henry VII (1485-1509) Groat

Ref 32/18Price £485.00

Wt.2.91g., tentative type IIIb, i.m. cross-crosslet, crowned bust right, HENRIC VII DI GRA REX AGL Z F,; six crockets as jewels, cross-end no.11; P&W p.112, III(b); N.1743; S.2254, some surface marks, weak in places, edge striking crack,
almost VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Shilling

Ref 32/21Price £975.00

Wt. 5.96g., second issue, i.m. cross-crosslet, bust 1A, large bust with beaded straps, reads ANG FR ET HIB, BC 1, 1A; N.1985; S.2555A, rare,
about VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Shilling

Ref 32/23Price £250.00

Wt. 5.87g., group E, type 4.1 var., i.m. triangle over anchor (flukes to right), similar, large XII behind bust, Sharp F5/1; cf. JGB 532; N.2230; S.2797
almost VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Sixpence

Ref 32/24Price £575.00

Wt. 2.95g., group B, TOWER, 1627, type 1a1, i.m. castle/castle (over negro's head) , bust 2, reads MAG BR ET HI, JGB 583; N.2236; S.2807 , rare,
almost VF

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Charles I Worcester or Salopia (Shrewsbury) 1643-4 Half Groat

Ref 32/26Price £675.00

0.88g., i.m. lis, bust of king left, value behind M B F ET H, rev. crowned oval shield, CHRISTO AUSPICE REGNO, annulet stops, JGB 1167 (same obv. die); N.2625; S.3118, rare, a clear specimen,
better than F

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 32/32Price £450.00

1667, second bust, edge D.NONO stops after AN.REG., ESC 371 (35); S.3357, two minor edge knocks, otherwise
good F/ VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 32/44Price £600.00

1673 3 over 2, similar, edge V.QVINTO, ESC 393 (48) [R]; S.3358, lightly toned,
VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 32/48Price £525.00

1677, third bust, rev. similar, edge V. NONO, ESC 398 (52); S.3358 , small dig behind bust,
VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 32/53Price £450.00

1679, fourth bust, rev. no stops after HIB and REX, edge T.PRIMO, cf. ESC 405 (57); S.3358, unrecorded in ESC, rare,
almost F

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 32/58Price £875.00

1682 2 over 1, fourth bust, edge T.QVARTO over TERTIO reads QVRRTO, ESC 418 [R2] (65B); S.3359, attractive,
a bold VF/ good VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Shilling

Ref 32/62Price £2,500.00

1663, first bust, rev. crowned cruciform shields, monogram in angles, ESC 500 (1022); S.3371, richly toned, hints of lustre,
EF or better

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Shilling

Ref 32/63Price £2,250.00

1663, first bust, rev. crowned cruciform shields, monogram in angles, ESC 500 (1022); S.3371, richly toned, reflective fields,
EF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Shilling

Ref 32/64Price £1,850.00

1663, first bust, similar, rev. Irish and Scottish shields transposed, ESC 504 [R3] (1024); S.3371, evenly toned, rare in this good grade,
good VF

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James II (1685-1688) Crown

Ref 32/67Price £400.00

1687, another, edge TERTIO, ESC 743 (78); S.3407, unevenly toned, some minor edge knocks,
good F

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Anne (1702-1714) Crown

Ref 32/78Price £285.00

1707-E (Edinburgh), second bust, rev. post-union shields, plain in angles, edge SEXTO, ESC 1351 (103); S.3600
almost VF

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Pattern Shilling and Sixpence

Ref 32/88Price £1,850.00

Wt. 5.82 and 4.03g., 1787, by Lewis Pingo, struck en medaille, laureate, draped bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, garter star in centre, with semée of hearts in Hanoverian arms, edges plain, ESC 2171, 2212 (1241, 2212) , shilling has surface marks, EF, sixpence
good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Restrike Pattern Farthing

Ref 32/91Price £2,250.00

1797, struck in silver on a thick 3mm flan, large laureate bust right, three berries in wreath, 2 leaves above brow, rev. Britannia seated left, edge plain, BMC 1192 [ER], R 69 , extremely rare, beautifully toned,
practically FDC

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Restrike Pattern Farthing

Ref 32/92Price £2,250.00

1797, struck in silver on a thick 2mm flan, similar, rev. Britannia seated left, SOHO is omitted from the rock, new smaller ship, edge plain, BMC 1200 [ER], R 72 , extremely rare, beautifully toned,
practically FDC

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Victoria (1837-1901) Proof Crown

Ref 32/125Price £1,475.00

1847, type B, 'Gothic' type, edge UNDECIMO, ESC (288); S.3883, two edge knocks, light surface marks, otherwise
a bold VF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 32/128Price £125.00

1891, ESC 2591 (301); S.3921
practically EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 32/129Price £125.00

1893, old head left, rev. St George and dragon, edge LVI, ESC 2293 (303); S.3937
almost EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Crown

Ref 32/130Price £100.00

1897, old head, edge LXI, ESC 2603 (313); S.3937
good VF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Double Florin

Ref 32/131Price £75.00

1887, Roman I, ESC 2695 (394); S.3922, handling marks,
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Double Florin

Ref 32/132Price £125.00

1887, Arabic 1, ESC 2697 (395); S.3923, proof-like fields,
good EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 32/135Price £250.00

1839, type A1, ESC 2975 [R] (1280); S.3902, some surface marks, reverse weakly struck in centre,
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 32/136Price £900.00

1860, B over C or G in BRITANNIAR(?), ESC 3018 [R](1308); S.3904, light cabinet friction, richly toned, very rare,

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Victoria (1837-1901) Proof Sixpence

Ref 32/137Price £900.00

1839, type A1, edge, plain, ESC 3171 (1685); S.3908, richly toned,
practically FDC

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Victoria (1837-1901) Threepence

Ref 32/140Price £400.00

1858, last R of BRITANNIAR over B, ESC 3391 [R2](c.f 2065); S.3914, rare, toned,
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Threepence

Ref 32/141Price £200.00

1859, ESC (2065); S.3914, beautifully toned,
unc

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