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Silver Coins

George V (1910-1936) Halfcrown

Ref 36/372Price £30.00

1930, ESC 3739 (779) [R2]; S.4037
F

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George V (1910-1936) Sixpence

Ref 36/375Price £30.00

1921, ESC 3884 (1807); S.4024
good EF

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Continental Sceattas, c.695-740 Sceatta

Ref 36/2Price £250.00

Series E. Degenerative head XVIO below, rev. votive standard with TOTII design, cf. Abr. 94, rare, darkly toned,
good VF

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Kings of Mercia - Coenwulf (796-821) Penny

Ref 36/4Price £3,650.00

Wt. 1.30g., group I, Tribrach type, Canterbury, moneyer Eoba, + COENVVLF REX, central barred uncial M (Mercia) in inner circle, rev. +EABA within tribach moline of three lines, BMC 96; N.342; S.914, a pleasing example, good metal, toned,
Ex. John Cross Collection, Canterbury Auction Galleries, 3 October 2020 (513)
EF

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Aethelred II (978-1016) Penny

Ref 36/8Price £1,900.00

Wt. 1.37g. Crux type, moneyer Eadwi, +ÆDELRED REX ANGLORX, bare-headed bust left, with sceptre, rev. voided short cross with letters C R V X, +EDPI MO HEOR, with extra pellet in each quarter, BEH 1312; Fish 1316, same diea; N.770; S.1148, a very rare variety, believed three known
Ex. DNW 59, "The David Griffiths Collection of Hertford Mint Pennies", 7 October 2013, lot 600; bt. Baldwin, W C Wells 1949 and P Carlyon-Britton, Sotheby 30 November 1916 lot 1737, part (3).
good VF

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Aethelred II (978-1016) Penny

Ref 36/9Price £1,100.00

Wt.1.43 Crux type, Lympne mint, moneyer Leofric, +ÆDELRED REX ANGLORX, bare-headed bust left, with sceptre, rev. voided short cross with letters C R V X, +LEOFRIC M-O LIMN, SCBI 7 (Copenhagen) 515-6 BEH 1614-15; BMC 111a; N.770; S.1148, scarce, slightly crimped, otherwise
The Isladulcie Collection, Baldwin 52, 25-26 September 2007, lot 196.
VF

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Aethelred II (978-1016) Penny

Ref 36/12Price £600.00

Wt.1.68g., Long Cross type, London mint, moneyer Lyfinc, +ÆDELRED REX ANGLO, bare-headed bust left, rev. voided long cross, +LYFINC M'O LVND, N.774; S.1151, about as struck,
EF

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Aethelred II (978-1016) Penny

Ref 36/15Price £475.00

Wt.1.27g., Long Cross type, Southwark mint, moneyer EADWINE, +ÆDELRED REX ANGL, bare-headed bust left, rev. voided long cross, +EADPINE M'O SVÐB, N.774; S.1151, a little crimped, peck marks, otherwise
good VF

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Aethelred II (978-1016) Penny

Ref 36/16Price £385.00

Wt.1.27g., Long Cross type, York mint, moneyer Frostulf, +ÆDELRED REX ANGLO, bare-headed bust left, rev. voided long cross, +FROSTVLF M'O EOFR, SCBI 7, 245, same dies; N.774; S.1151, edge bent upright, and small perforation after EORF, otherwise
EF

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Cnut (1016-1035) Penny

Ref 36/17Price £1,675.00

Wt. 0.92g., Penny, quatrefoil type, Taunton, moneyer Eadric, crowned bust left, rev EDRIC O TANTV, long cross on quatrefoil, pellets in legend and in each angle with extra pellet in first quarter, SCBI 15, 3752-55; Hildebrand 3437-8; N. 781; S 1157, very rare, variety not listed in Parsons, BNJ XIII,
Ex. G V Doubleday, Glendining, 6 October 1987, lot 467 (£370). With two old tickets.
VF

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Cnut (1016-1035) Penny

Ref 36/18Price £585.00

Wt. 0.98g., pointed helmet type, Hastings mint, moneyer Ælfward, rev. ÆLPARD ON HÆS, short voided cross, pellet at centre and pellets in annulets in angles, N.787; S.1158, dark toning,
VF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 36/19Price £2,650.00

Wt. 1.08g., trefoil quadrilateral type, Chichester mint, moneyer Aelfwine, diademed bust left, in front sceptre, rev. +ÆLFPINE ON CICC, quadrilateral ornament over short cross voided, N.817; S.1174, extremely rare, the third known, the other two being in Scandinavian museums.
Ex. Conte collection, Baldwin 14, 13-14 October 1997, lot 166. Freeman lists two of the type, Aelfwine (H 57=HHK 88) from different dies, and Leofwine (HHK 91).
good VF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 36/20Price £2,250.00

Wt. 1.08g., trefoil quadrilateral type, Northampton mint, moneyer Aelfwine, diademed bust left, in front sceptre, rev. +ÆLFPINE ON HAM, quadrilateral ornament over short cross voided, BNJ 19, pl. 3, 17, (this coin); N.817; S.1174, lovely old toning, very faint surface edge crack at 4 o'clock on reverse, extremely rare, purported to be three known specimens,
Ex. W C Wells, purchased Baldwin 1949. BNJ 19 (1927-1928) The Northampton and Southampton Mints by W C Wells, plate 3, number 17 (this coin).
EF

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William I (1066-1087) Penny

Ref 36/21Price £1,375.00

Wt. 1.28g., type V, two stars type, London mint, moneyer Godric, crowned facing bust, stars either side of bust, rev. GODPI ON LIINDE, cross botonnée with central annulet over quarrilateral, SCBI 12 (Ashmolean), 83-4 var. (legends); BMC 344-54; N.845; S.1254, lightly toned,
Ex. Maxwell Collection, purchased from C J Martin, June 1987 and CNG 115, 16-17 September 2020.
a bold VF

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William I (1066-1087) Penny

Ref 36/22Price £800.00

Wt. 1.35g., type VIII, Paxs type, Winchester mint, moneyer Aestan, crowned facing bust, holding sceptre, trefoil on shoulder, rev. ÆSTAN ON PINC, cross pattée, PAXS in annulets in each angle, N.848; S.1257, toned,
good VF

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

Ref 36/25Price £2,500.00

Wt. 1.3g., Local and Irregular issues of the Civil War, York, ornamented type, crowned bust right, sceptre before, +STEIN, ornaments in legend to right of sceptre, rev. legend composed of ornaments and letters, saltire fleury over cross pattée, Boon; 34, Mack type 3, 218; N.290; S.1314, evidently a field find, dark toning, extremely rare
F

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Henry III (1216-1272) Penny

Ref 36/27Price £175.00

Wt. 1.43g., short cross coinage, class 7a1, London, +ABEL ON.LVNDE, SCBI 56, 1947; S.1356A
good VF

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Henry III (1216-1272) Penny

Ref 36/31Price £100.00

Wt. 1.36g., Long cross coinage, class 5g, Canterbury, ROBERT ON CANT, N.997; S.1373, toned,
a bold VF

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Richard II (1377-1399) Penny

Ref 36/40Price £100.00

Wt. 1.00g., local dies, York mint, group D, mm. cross pattée, cross on breast, pellets by shoulders, rev, quatrefoil in centre, N.1330d; S.1694; Stewartby p.267, good bust, weak legends
F

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Halfgroat

Ref 36/47Price £125.00

Wt.1.96g. Annulet issue. CALAIS, i.m plain cross, annulet/rosette-mascle mule, reads ANGL z F', rev. rosette after POSVI and IS', double saltire after LA, Whitton 13a-e, 14b, 14a; N.1429/1448; S.1840/1862
Ex. Clarendon, part I, Bonhams, 28 March 2006, lot 529 and Isladulcie collection part II, Spink 24 March 2020, lot 104, pt. (2)
fair to F

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Penny

Ref 36/50Price £325.00

Wt. 0.93g., rosette-mascle issue, Calais, cross IIIb/-, crowned facing bust, rev. long cross pattée, mascle before LA and rosette after SIE, Whitton 7; N.1450; S.1865, toned,
Ex. CNG, 115, 16-17 September 2020, lot 1116.
good VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 36/54Price £1,950.00

Wt. 2.67g. Second coinage, Tower mint, i.m. rose, 'Greek profile variety, with unbroken line from brow to nose, Whitton p.55 and pl. xiii no. 8; Laker bust C, p. 10; N.1797; S.2337C , an extremely rare variety, a crisp example,
Whitton describes it as 'a scarce type' while Laker mentions that there are none in the British Museum.
good VF

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Philip and Mary (1554-1558) Sixpence

Ref 36/58Price £1,350.00

Wt. 2.56g., no i.m., 1554, English titles only, busts of Philip and Mary facing each other, date below, rev. crowned garnished shield of arms, crown divides VI, N.1972; S.2507, creased and straightened, exceedingly rare,
poor/fair

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Shilling

Ref 36/63Price £1,175.00

Wt. 6.01g., second issue, mm. martlet, bust 3C, incuse dots between strap, reads AN FR ET HI, BC 1, 3C; N.1985; S.2555, pleasing, attractive portrait,
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St James's, 23 September 2021, lot 172, purchased Vale Coins, 1989.
good VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Sixpence

Ref 36/64Price £600.00

Wt. 2.94g., sixth issue, 1602, i.m. 1, bust 6C, BC 1, 6C; N.2015; S.2585, struck on a large flan, rare
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St. James's, 23 September 2021, lot 250, purchased B A Seaby 1978.
almost EF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Groat

Ref 36/65Price £675.00

Wt. 2.04g., second issue, beaded and wire line inner circles, i.m. cross crosslet, bust 1F, plain dress between plain straps, BC 1, 1F; N.1986; S.2556,, some faint scratches, good portrait, possibly once cleaned, rare this nice,
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St James's, 23 September 2021, lot 174, purchased Vale Coins, 1993.
good VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Halfgroat

Ref 36/67Price £465.00

Wt. 0.96g., second issue, i.m. cross crosslet, bust 1G, beaded circles, BC 1, 1G; N.1987; S.2557, a pleasing example,
Ex. Carlyon-Britton; R C Lockett IV (English Part II), Glendining, 15 October, 1956, lot 2028 part.
VF or better

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Threepence

Ref 36/68Price £285.00

Wt. 1.44g., third issue, 1564, mm. pheon, bust 3F, smaller flan, small rose, beaded circles, BC 1, 3F; N.1998; S.2565, good portrait, toned,
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St James's, 23 September 2021, lot 197, purchased A H Baldwin, 1997.
VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Pattern ? Half Groat

Ref 36/70Price £5,250.00

Wt. 1.05g., second issue, mm. cross crosslet, faint wire inner circles, outer border of widely spaced dots, crowned bust 1F left, plain dress between plain straps, ELIZABETH D G AN FR ET HI REGINA, rev. long cross fourchée, over square shield, POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV, S.-; N.1987; Lockett IV, this coin; BC 1F , struck on a large flan, and believed to be unique
Ex. A H Baldwin, 1930; R C Lockett IV (English Part II), Glendining, 15 October, 1956, lot 2027; R Carlyon-Britton (EL028); SCMB, 1964 (H2419); Christopher Comber I, St. James's, 15 October 2020, purchased A H Baldwin, 1983.
good VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Threehalfpence

Ref 36/71Price £175.00

Wt. 0.79g., Third issue, 1561, bust 3G, mm. pheon, another on a large flan, with date and rose removed to pass as a halfgroat, BC 1, 3G; N.2000; S.2569 (2), first F, second interesting very fine and interesting,
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St. James's, 23 September 2021, lot 201 (2).
VF or better

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Pennies

Ref 36/72Price £225.00

Wt. 0.44g., 0.46g., mms. A and key, B&C5B; N.2017; S.2580, both
Ex. Christopher Comber II, St. James's, 23 September 2021, lot 242 (2).
VF

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James I (1603-1625) Crown

Ref 36/76Price £4,975.00

Wt. 29.77g., third Coinage (1623-24), mm. lis, king on horseback right, rev. square garnished shield, BNJ 39, FRC X/XVIII; N.2120; S.2664, attractively toned, a handsome example
VF/good VF

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Charles I Newark besieged (1645-6) Halfcrown

Ref 36/85Price £2,350.00

Wt. 12.07g., 1646, large double-arched crown with jeweled between C R, value below, rev. OBS: NEWARK 1646, N.2638; S.3140A
almost VF

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Oliver Cromwell Crown

Ref 36/86Price £8,750.00

1658 8 over 7, by Thomas Simon, laureate, draped bust left, OLIVAR.D G.R.P.ANG.SCO. ET.HIB&PRO, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate, date above, PAX.QVAERITVR.BELLO, edge +.HAS.NISI. PERITVRVS.HIHI.ADIMAT.NEMO., ESC 10 (240); S.3226, with very early die flaw, attractively toned,
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Halfcrown

Ref 36/101Price £3,000.00

1697-B (Bristol), first bust, rev. large shields, ordinary harp, edge NONO, ESC 543; S.3488, weakly struck on DEI GRA, otherwise practically as struck with lovely toning,
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Halfcrown

Ref 36/124Price £4,750.00

1750,old laureate and draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, Garter star in centre, plain in angles, edge QVARTO, ESC 1670 (127); S.3690, beautifully toned, practically as struck
good EF

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George II (1727-1760) Proof Sixpence

Ref 36/126Price £1,500.00

1746, old bust left, rev. plain, ESC 1619[R2]; S.3711, attractively toned,
good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Emergency Issue Dollar

Ref 36/135Price £1,275.00

Oval countermark on Mexico, Charles IV, 8-Reales, 1794 FM, Mexico, ESC 1852 [129]; S.3765A, nicely toned, coin almost EF, counterstamp
Ex. J. Wynn-Williams.
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Emergency Issue Dollar

Ref 36/136Price £1,750.00

Oval countermark on Bolivia, Charles IIII, 8-Reales, 1794 PR, Potosi, ESC 1855 [131]; S.3765A, coin softly struck on bust, but retains considerable original lustre, EF, counterstamp
Ex. J. Wynn-Williams.
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Emergency Issue Dollar

Ref 36/138Price £25,000.00

Oval countermark on France, Louis XVI, Ecu aux branches d'olivier, 1784 M, Toulouse mint, bust of king left, crown below, rev. crowned oval shield within wreath, scallop in legend, M below, ESC 1861, R6 [136]; S.3765B, a great rarity, toned, coin VF, counterstamp
Ex. J. Wynn-Williams. Purchased Spink January 1990
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Bank of England Issue Dollar

Ref 36/142Price £285.00

1804, bust right, leaf to upright of E, rev. Britannia within Garter, K in relief below shield, dies A/2, ESC 1925 (144); S.3768, once cleaned,
VF

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George III (1760-1820) Bank of England Issue Dollar

Ref 36/143Price £425.00

1804, similar, leaf to centre of E, rev. K inverted under shield, dies C/2a, L&S 64; ESC 153 [R]; S.3768, once cleaned, surface marks,
good VF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 36/151Price £700.00

1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and the dragon, edge LVIII, ESC 2005 (211); S.3787, once lightly cleaned, reflective fields, small dint in reverse field, and light surface marks, otherwise
about EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 36/156Price £2,375.00

1820, laureate head right, date below, rev. St George and the dragon, edge, LX, ESC 2016 (219); S.3787, a superb specimen, scuffed in front of horse's head, otherwise
practically unc

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Shilling

Ref 36/160Price £185.00

1817, Davies 81; ESC 2144 (1232); S.3790, lightly toned,
good EF - unc

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George IV (1820-1830) Sixpence

Ref 36/210Price £295.00

1825, type A/2, ESC 2427 (1253); S.3811, attractively toned,
EF

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Crown

Ref 36/231Price £15,750.00

1831, by W. Wyon and J B Merlen, bare head right, W.W. on truncation, rev. crowned shield upon ermine mantel, date below, edge plain, ESC 2462 [R2] (271); 3833, rare, polished and cleaned, otherwise
almost EF

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William IV (1830-1837) Halfcrown

Ref 36/234Price £975.00

1834, type B, W.W. in script, ESC 2478 (662); S.3834A
good EF-unc

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Shilling

Ref 36/235Price £875.00

1831, bare head right, rev. value within wreath crowned, edge plain, ESC 2488 (1266) 1267; S.3835, cleaned, with surface hairlines,
EF

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Sixpence

Ref 36/236Price £750.00

1831, edge plain, ESC 2501 (1672); S.3836, toned,
good EF- FDC

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