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Silver Coins

Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Penny

Ref 31/32Price £175.00

Wt. 0.93g., Pinecone-mascle issue, Durham mint under Bp. Langley, similar, N.1467; S.1883 ,
about VF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Penny

Ref 31/33Price £110.00

Wt. 0.90g., Durham under Bp. Neville, Leaf-pellet issue, mm. cross IIIb/-, leaf on breast, pellets by crown, rev, rings at centre of reverse, N.1511; S.1926
F

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

Ref 31/41Price £165.00

Wt. 2.85g., Light Coinage, Norwich, type VI, i.m. sun, quatrefoils by neck, N on breast, rev. no marks after CIVITAS or NORVIC, B & W type VI; N.1582; S.2000, surface encrustation,
F

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Edward IV, Second Reign (1471-1483) Halfgroat

Ref 31/43Price £110.00

Wt. 1.28g., Canterbury Royal mint, i.m. rose, C on chest only, rev. similar, trefoils on all cusps, B & W first type; N.1637; S.2106
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink November 2016 (1435, part).
VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Hammered Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 31/82Price £325.00

14.96g., third issue, i.m. crown, similar, ESC 301 (456);N.3309; S.3321
almost F/VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Hammered Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 31/83Price £110.00

14.57g., third issue, i.m. crown, similar, ESC 301 (456);N.3309; S.3321, obverse worn,
fair/F

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Maundy Set

Ref 31/90Price £350.00

1679, ESC 602 (2375); S.3392 , all toned but unmatched, 4d and 1d almost EF, others
good VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Sixpence

Ref 31/111Price £200.00

1707-E, rev. plumes in angles, ESC 1464 (1588); S.3620
good VF -VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Maundy Set

Ref 31/112Price £400.00

1713, ESC 2399; S.3599 , not a matching set, nicely toned, 4d good VF, remainder
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Maundy Set

Ref 31/128Price £250.00

1731, ESC 1766 (2403); S.3716, 4d and 2d, EF, others
VF-EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Shilling

Ref 31/141Price £110.00

1787, young bust, rev. with semée of hearts, ESC 2129 (1225); S.3746, lightly toned,
EF-good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Sixpence

Ref 31/142Price £60.00

1787, with hearts, ESC 2190 (1629); S.3749
almost EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Maundy Set

Ref 31/144Price £285.00

1800, ESC 2239 (2421); S.3764, un-matched, 3d hay-marked, otherwise
EF

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Edward IV (1461-1483) Groat

Ref 31/172Price £475.00

Wt. 2.10g., DUBLIN. i.m. pierced cross. G on breast (for Germyn Lynch), no marks, DF 134; S.6330, irregular flan, legends nearly complete, scarce thus,
VF

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James VI (1567-1625) Thirty Shillings

Ref 31/191Price £165.00

Wt. 14.46g., ninth coinage, 1604-1609, i.m. thistle head, rev. English arms in first and third quarters, B.1; S.5503
fair/F

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James VI (1567-1625) Thirty Shillings

Ref 31/193Price £125.00

Wt. 14.58g., ninth coinage, 1604-1609, i.m. thistle head, similar, B.1, var.; S.5503
fair-F

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

Ref 31/3Price £275.00

Wt. 1.02g., EAOBER(hTV)S (the S is shown as an inverted L) around small cross. rev. Fantastic animal right with protruding tongue. Spink # 847. Booth Ai. Abramson Sceatta List 70/10
VF

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Eadmund (939-946) Penny

Ref 31/5Price £6,750.00

Wt. 1.84g., Floral Type penny, specially-struck on an oversized and overweight flan, having the reverse gilt, obverse worked and the edges folded in order to fix it onto an ornament or into a mount for use in jewellery; obv., small cross, + EADMVND REX, rev., trefoil-headed flower between leaf sprays, bar with annulets at groundline, moneyer’s name EADVVEAr and a sideways reversed S ornament below, cf. N. 694 and SCBI 34, 466-7 for obverse (and from the same, or from a very similar, obverse die as SCBI 34, 467 = SCL pl. 25, 278); cf. N.703; S.1110 and SCBI 34, 47 for comparable reverse type), , the obverse (which has clearly never been gilded) with evidence of flattening or tooling from the process of mounting and about very fine, reverse with very strong original gilding, now slightly bent but otherwise undamaged, and good metal. Retaining slight surface deposit, of the highest rarity. .
The present coin clearly resembles Blunt, Stewart & Lyon’s unique ‘Exceptional Type a’ (Coinage in Tenth-Century England, p. 202 and pl. 25, 278, also illustrated on the book’s dust-jacket), itself a close copy of Edward the Elder’s Floral Type which, the authors suggest, may have been struck by the Gloucester moneyer Ædelmod. Discovered in 2014 near Bishops Waltham, Hampshire.
about VF/EF

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Harold I (1035-1040) Penny

Ref 31/8Price £2,000.00

Jewel cross type. Wt.1.75g., Wallingford mint, moneyer Burewine, diademed bust left, HAROLD REX, rev. cross of four ovals on two circles, BVRPINE ON PELI:, SCBI 9, 742 (rev. same die); N.802; S.1163, practically as struck, rare,
good EF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 31/9Price £435.00

Wt. 0.73g., trefoil quadrilateral type, London mint, moneyer Godsun, diademed bust left, in front sceptre, rev. quadrilateral ornament over short cross voided, +GODSVINV ON LVND, Freeman 493; N.817; S.1174, small edge striking crack at 12 o'clock and in centre on obverse, attractively toned,
Ex. Lord Stewartby part 1, Spink 22nd March, 2016 (279), Duke of Argyll collection, purchased by Spink 1949, T Bearman collection, purchased by Baldwin 1922 and J J Nunn, Sotheby 28th Novenber 1896 (169).
good VF

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Richard I (1189-1199) Penny

Ref 31/10Price £285.00

Wt. 1.12g., short cross coinage, class 4a. Durham mint, ALEIN.ON DVNI, SCBI 56, 963 (same dies); N.968; S.1348A, light surface porosity otherwise,
VF

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Richard I (1189-1199) Penny

Ref 31/11Price £225.00

Wt. 1.42g., short cross coinage, class 3ab2. London mint, +RICARD.ON.LVND, SCBI 56, 786; N.967; S.1347
VF

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Edward I (1272-1307) Penny

Ref 31/21Price £450.00

Wt. 1.38g., class 1d, London mint, annulet on neck- Abbot of Reading's die, N.1013 S.1384, scarce,
about VF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Groat

Ref 31/24Price £300.00

Wt. 3.60g., class B, London, mm. pierced cross with pellet, crowned 'scowling' bust within tressure, mullet on centre chest, rev. long cross pattée, quatrefoil after POSVI, saltire stops, double after TAS and DON, Potter V, -; N.1386; S.1762A; Stewartby p.323-4; N.1386; S.1762A, plugged above bust, otherwise
Ex Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink 29th November 29th 2016 (1261).
almost VF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Groat

Ref 31/25Price £575.00

Wt. 3.58g, class B, London, mm. pierced cross with pellet, 'scowling' bust, reads FRANC, quatrefoil after henric, fleurs on top cusps, no mullet on breast, rev, as previous, uncertain mark after posvi, Stewartby p.323-4; NC Ser.IV, no.5 pp.83-99 pl.v/8 this coin); S.1762; , rare,
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink 29th November 29th 2016 (1261, pt), R C Lockett, Glendining, 11-17 October 1956, (1394), F A Walters, Sotheby, 26-30 May 1913, (259)
F

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Henry V (1413-1422) Groat

Ref 31/26Price £595.00

Wt. 3.71g, Groat, type Cb, London, mm. pierced cross, ‘frowning bust’, no quatrefoil after henric, mullet on right of breast, rev. quatrefoil after POSVI, saltire stops, double saltires after TAS and DON (Potter VIIc; N.1387b; Stewartby p.324, Cb), S.1765
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink 29th November 29th 2016 (1239), Bt E J Harris, November 2005
a bold VF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Halfgroat

Ref 31/27Price £385.00

Wt. 1.85g., Halfgroat, type Ca, London, mm. pierced cross/-, broken annulet to left of crown, nothing on breast, tressure of eleven arcs, top arches fleured, rev. quatrefoil after posvi, saltire stops, Lombardic Ns, no inner marks, Potter VIa, N.1391a, S.1771
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink 29th November 29th 2016 (1245 part)and Bt.E J Harris, November 2005

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Penny

Ref 31/30Price £265.00

Wt. 0.81g., Durham mint under Bp. Langley, Rosette-mascle issue, mm. cross V/-, star to left of crown, mascle only, rev. mascle at end of legend; N.1452; S.1869
VF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Penny

Ref 31/31Price £300.00

Wt. 0.93g., Pinecone-mascle issue, Durham mint under Bp. Langley, m.m. Cross Fleury, mascle after REX, rev., CIVITAS DVNOLMI, N.1467; S.1883
good VF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Halfpenny

Ref 31/34Price £185.00

Wt. 0.42g., London, Leaf-mascle issue, mm. cross V/-, mascle before REX, leaf on breast, rev, leaf below TAS, N.1481; S.1896
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink, 29th November 29th 2016 (1320) and E J Harris. collection.
VF

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Richard III (1483-1485) Groat

Ref 31/45Price £2,850.00

Wt. 2.20g., Type IIa. LONDON., i.m. boar's head 1 on both sides, RICARD, pellet under bust, letter L1 in ANGL, rev. letters L1, M1, chevron barred A in TAS, Stewartby p.434, IIa; N.1679; S.2156, rare, die-clashing on obverse, a pleasing example,
Ex. The Motcomb Collection, Morton and Eden, March 17th 2016 (150)
good VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Testoon

Ref 31/51Price £5,950.00

Wt. 7.63g., Third coinage, Tower mint, group A, i.m. pellet in annulet and lis/pellet in annulet, bust 1, facing bust with prominent side locks, Lombardic lettering with Roman E and R both sides, reads HENRIC 8, saltire stops, rev. large crowned rose, crowned H and R at sides, reads ADIVTOREVM, broken saltire stops, Jacob O.8/R.13; N.1841; S.2364, very rare,
Ex. "Property of a Gentleman", Rasmussen List 27; Gordon Stanley Hopkins (111). and Spink Numismatic Circular, December 2004(HS1910). The double mint mark lis and pellet, is very rare on the 9oz fine testoons of group A. reading HENRIC VIII. Only four have been been offered at auction over the last 40 years.
almost VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Penny

Ref 31/52Price £265.00

Wt. 0.59g. third coinage, BRISTOL, no i.m., facing bust with more body showing, Bristol lettering, Whitton 12; N.1856; S.2382, good portrait,
about VF

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Halfcrown

Ref 31/56Price £585.00

Wt. 15.17g., third period, fine silver issue, 1551, i.m. Y, king on horseback walking right, date below, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1934; S.2479
Ex. Lingford collection, purchased by Baldwin 1951.
good F

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Halfcrown

Ref 31/57Price £650.00

Wt. 14.50g., third period, fine silver issue, 1551, i.m. tun, king on horseback galloping right, date below, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1935; S.2480
F

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Halfcrown

Ref 31/58Price £600.00

Wt. 14.84g., third period, fine silver issue, 1553, i.m. tun, king on horseback large walking horse right, date below, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1936; S.2479, very rare, plugged in field behind King's shoulder, otherwise
Ex. Spink Auction, 31st March 2005 (236).
a bold F

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Mary (1553-1554) Groat

Ref 31/59Price £2,000.00

Wt. 2.01g., i.m. pomegranate, crowned portrait of Mary left, MARIA D G ANG FRA Z HIB REGI, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1960; S.2492, a strong portrait, lovely iridescent toning,
EF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Sixpence

Ref 31/62Price £465.00

Wt. 3.04g., milled issue, 1564, i.m. star, bust F, toothed borders, B&B 34-01/R1; N.2030; S.2598, toned,
about VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Threepence

Ref 31/63Price £525.00

Wt. 1.34g., milled coinage, 1561, i.m. star, bust C, B&B 45-O1/R1; N.2034; S.2603, toned, some surface porosity, good portrait,
VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Shilling

Ref 31/69Price £675.00

Wt. 5.64g., group E, type 3b, i.m. bell, fourth bust, reads MA BR FR ET HI, rev. oval garnished shield, plume above Sharp E2/3; JGB 491; N.2226; S.2793, very rare, a pleasing example,
This piece is superior quality to the single example in the Brooker collection.
good VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Pattern Five-Farthings

Ref 31/70Price £3,000.00

Wt. 0.57g., by Nicholas Briot, crowned bust left, reaching to bottom edge, CAR D G MAG BRIT F ET H R, rev. rose with VF below, CHRIS AVSPICE REGN, JGB -; N.2690, exceedingly rare,
Ex. Murchison (322), Addington, Montagu (403), Murdoch (323), Bliss (407), Brand, Norweb (1451), Lavertine (575)and Spink NC October 2000 (4144). It is believed that there are only three known specimens.
EF

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Charles I York Mint 1643-1644 Halfcrown

Ref 31/71Price £3,250.00

Wt. 13.84g. Type 1A. i.m. lion, King seated on horseback left, ground-line below, within a beaded circle, rev. crowned square-topped shield, divides CR, within a beaded circle, Besly 1A (same dies); JGB.1081; N.2309; S.2863, edge with characteristic striking flaw, an exceptional example, retaining some lustre, very rare thus,
EF

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Charles I Oxford Mint 1642-1646 Halfcrown

Ref 31/73Price £395.00

Wt. 15.37g. 1646, i.m. plume/-, Briot horseman course ground below, Morrieson A-1; Bull 633/1 (same dies); N.2436; S.2960, uneven flan,
F/VF

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Charles I Newark besieged (1645-6) Halfcrown

Ref 31/78Price £1,850.00

Wt. 14.74g., 1646, similar, Hird 246; N.2638; S.3140A, clashed dies,
VF

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Commonwealth (1649-1660) Shilling

Ref 31/80Price £595.00

Wt. 5.92g., 1654, i.m. sun, similar, N.2724; ESC 137 (990); S.3217, toned,
VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Hammered Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 31/81Price £225.00

Wt. 14.96g., third issue, i.m. crown, crowned armoured bust left, wearing lace collar, value behind, reads MAG BR FR, rev. square shield over cross fleury, inner circles both sides, ESC 301 (456);N.3309; S.3321
F

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Crown

Ref 31/86Price £5,750.00

1666, second bust, elephant below, rev. nine strings to harp, edge XVIII, ESC 366 [R](33); S.3356, a pleasing example, and rare in this state,
a bold VF/good VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 31/87Price £2,650.00

1664, second bust, rev. similar, harp with six strings, edge year, XVI, ESC 445 [R2](460); S.3362, rare, has been cleaned, otherwise
almost EF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Shilling

Ref 31/88Price £850.00

1663, first laureate bust variety, rev. similar, ESC 506 (1025); S.3372, attractively toned,
almost EF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Sixpence

Ref 31/89Price £350.00

1677, similar, ESC 571 (1516); S.3382, toned,
good VF

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