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Gold Coins

George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 36/131Price £1,200.00

1785, fourth laureate head, rev. crowned garnished shield, Schneider -; Farey 1240; MCE 389; S.3728
good VF

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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 III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 36/133Price £1,500.00

1788, fifth head, rev. 'spade' shaped shield, Schneider -; Farey 1270; MCE 428; S.3735, some light handling marks, minor edge bruise
EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Sovereign

Ref 36/149Price £1,475.00

1820, large date with open '2', laureate head right with hair with tighter curls, date below, rev. St. George slaying dragon, M.4E; S.3785C; B.7 , once cleaned,
good VF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Proof Shilling struck in Gold

Ref 36/159Price £100,000.00

1816, by Thomas Wyon, after Pistrucci, laureate head, GEOR: III D:G: BRITT: REX F:D:, rev. HONI . SOIT. Q MAL.Y PENSE., crowned garnished shield within Garter, WWP incuse on left of shield, W on right of shield (for W.W. Pole and Thomas Wyon respectively),Wilson and Rasmussen 211; Davies 80-1A; ESC 2142 [R7] (1230); S.3790, a highly important coin, probably produced for presentation purposes, believed unique,
With some certainty, ex. G. W. E. Bieber, Sotheby, 13 May 1889, lot 441; H. Montagu, "Collection from George I to Victoria" purchased by Spink 1890. lot 209, £35; "Nobleman" Baron Phillipe de Ferrari La Renotiere, Sotheby, 27 March 1922, lot 94, £14-10s; The Palace Collections of Eygpt (King Farouk), Sotheby, 24 February 1954, lot 818 and Spink 157, 15 November 2001, lot 547. (The latter sale contained a number of important patterns and proofs struck in gold, I was the vendor on behalf of a collector. ).
good EF

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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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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) Five Pounds

Ref 36/249Price £3,150.00

1887, Jubilee head, rev. St George and the dragon, S.3864, handling marks,
good VF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Two Pounds

Ref 36/250Price £1,500.00

1887, Jubilee bust left, rev. St George and dragon, S.3865
practically unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 36/252Price £500.00

1874-M, rev. shield type, M.60; S.3854
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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Victoria (1837-1901) Half Sovereign

Ref 36/257Price £1,300.00

1842, type A1, M.418; S.3859, as struck,
unc

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George VI (1936-1952) Proof Sovereign

Ref 36/381Price £3,750.00

1937, bare head left, rev. similar, edge plain, M.-; S.4076 , brilliant,
practically FDC

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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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Anne (1702-1714) Two Guineas

Ref 36/104Price £0.00

1711, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields with arms of England and Scotland conjointly impailed, sceptres in angles, Garter star in centre, Schneider -; MCE 206; S.3569, a lovely example, historical minor edge test mark on obverse, otherwise
good EF

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George V (1910-1936) Half Sovereign

Ref 36/365Price £215.00

1915-M (Melbourne), M.531; S.4007
good EF

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