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The House of Hanover, 1714-1901

Victoria (1837-1901) Groat

Ref 36/310Price £100.00

1838, young head left, rev. Britannia right, ESC 3319 (1930); S.3913, lightly toned,
unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Groat

Ref 36/311Price £100.00

1888, Jubilee head, ESC 3359 (1956); S.3930, lightly toned,
unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Threepence

Ref 36/313Price £60.00

1878, ESC 3422, (2084); S.3914C
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Threepence

Ref 36/314Price £45.00

1891, ESC 3441 (2101); S.3931
EF - unc

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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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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Penny

Ref 36/323Price £100.00

1854, 4 over 3, OT DEF-:, BMC 1507; S.3948, toned,
almost EF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Penny

Ref 36/325Price £100.00

1855 PT, BMC 1509; S.3948, a hint of lustre,
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Penny

Ref 36/326Price £45.00

1857 PT, BMC 1509; S.3948
almost EF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Penny

Ref 36/327Price £40.00

1858 OT, W.W. on truncation, BMC 1517; S.3948, surface marks, once cleaned,
good VF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Halfpenny

Ref 36/328Price £70.00

1841, BMC 1524; S.3949, full lustre, spots of verdigris, larger spot on rim above head,
unc

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Halfpenny

Ref 36/329Price £10.00

1851, rev. A, BMC 1534; S.3949
VF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Halfpenny

Ref 36/331Price £65.00

1854, BMC 1542; S.3949, some lustre,
EF - unc

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Victoria (1837-1901), Copper issue Halfpenny

Ref 36/334Price £30.00

1858, BMC 1546; S.3949, with some lustre, large patch of verdigris on reverse, otherwise
about EF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Bronze issue Penny

Ref 36/337Price £75.00

1860 TB, dies 2+D, young bust left, rev. LCW below shield, Gouby J; F.10 (R8); Satin 10; S.3954, some lustre,
EF/good EF

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Victoria (1837-1901), Bronze issue Penny

Ref 36/342Price £145.00

1888, dies 12+N, top left serif of both I's in VICTORIA missing, BMC -; Gouby B; Fr.-; Satin -; S.3954, obverse faint hairline from eye to truncation, otherwise,
brilliant unc

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Victoria (1837-1901), Bronze issue Farthing

Ref 36/351Price £40.00

1895, dies 1+A, F.571; S.3963, light handling marks, full lustre,
unc

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George I (1714-1727) Halfcrown

Ref 36/113Price £13,750.00

1720 date unaltered, bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, roses and plumes in angles, edge SEXTO, ESC 1556 (591) [R3]; S.3642 , must rank as the finest known, sharply struck and beautifully toned, extremely rare thus
Ex. S G Lyddon cabinet; Glendining 7 March, 1945, lot ; F Willis collection, part II, Glendining, 7 October 1991, lot 289. On F Willis's ticket it states "Perfect beautifully toned From the Lyddon Cabinet".
unc

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George I (1714-1727) Farthing

Ref 36/116Price £550.00

1721, second issue, BMC 822; S.3662, a hint of lustre,
practically EF

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George II (1727-1760) Five Guineas

Ref 36/117Price £9,750.00

1729 E.I.C (East India Company), young laureate bust left, E.I.C. below, rev. crowned shield of arms, edge year TERTIO, Schneider 556; MCE 279; S.3664, a couple of minor edge knocks, otherwise
good F-VF

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George II (1727-1760) Two Guineas

Ref 36/118Price £6,500.00

1739, intermediate laureate head left, rev. similar, edge grained, Schneider 576, obv. die 7; MCE 293; S.3668, with usual raised small die flaw behind bust,
practically EF

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George II (1727-1760) Guinea

Ref 36/119Price £2,850.00

1734, second young laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield, Schneider -; Farey 790 [R]; MCE 310; S.3674 , rare, softly struck, with some mint bloom
a bold VF

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George II (1727-1760) Guinea

Ref 36/120Price £4,000.00

1738, second young head laureate left, rev. crowned ornate shield, MCE 314; Schneider -; Farey 830; S.3674, lightly hay-marked below bust, otherwise
From an old collection.
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Half Guinea

Ref 36/123Price £2,500.00

1730, young head, rev. crowned shield, Schneider MCE 337; S.3681A, light handling marks, scrape by king's forehead, and light scratches, otherwise
almost EF

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George II (1727-1760) shilling

Ref 36/125Price £625.00

1741, young bust, rev. roses in angles, small Garter star, ESC 1717 (1202); S.3701, light cabinet friction, toned,
practically EF

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George II (1727-1760) Halfpenny

Ref 36/127Price £1,250.00

1749. Old head, rev. Britannia left, BMC 879; S.3719, with nearly full lustre, very rare thus
practically unc

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 36/130Price £5,500.00

1776, fourth laureate head right, MCE 381; S.3728, seldom seen in this state, a few light marks, otherwise brilliant, practically as struck, very rare thus
practically unc

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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) Emergency Issue Dollar

Ref 36/137Price £1,750.00

Oval countermark on Peru, Charles IV, 8-Reales, 1794 IJ, Lima, ESC 1855A [133]; S.3765A, a pleasing example, attractively toned, coin EF, counterstamp
Ex. J Wynn-Williams.
VF

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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 Crown

Ref 36/150Price £4,250.00

1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and the dragon, edge LVIII, ESC 2005 (211); S.3787, one of the best examples I have seen, reflective fields, lightly toned,
practically mint state

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 36/152Price £625.00

1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and the dragon, edge LVIII, ESC 2005 (211); S.3787, once cleaned, light handling marks,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 36/153Price £395.00

1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and the dragon, edge LVIII, ESC 2005 (211); S.3787, polished, surface marks, otherwise
almost EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Crown

Ref 36/154Price £425.00

1819, bust right, rev. St George and dragon, edge year LIX, ESC 2010 (215); S.3787, once lightly polished, light brush marks, and surface marks, otherwise
about EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 36/158Price £400.00

1818, similar, ESC 2099 (621); S.3789, lightly toned,
EF

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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 III (1760-1820) New Coinage Maundy Set

Ref 36/164Price £325.00

1817, ESC 2240 (2422); S.3792, matching, attractively toned,
good EF - unc

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Farthing

Ref 36/167Price £375.00

1771 first 7 over 1, rev. branch points towards the A in BRITANNIA, BMC 909; S.3775, a few tiny carbon spots, toned,
good EF-unc

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Proof Twopence

Ref 36/173Price £675.00

1797 (late Soho), in bronzed-copper, BMC 1068; S.3776, two edge knocks, and some surface marks, otherwise
about EF

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Twopence

Ref 36/174Price £225.00

1797, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date below, BMC 1077 KT 4; S.3776, lightly burnished, a hint of red, toned
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Penny

Ref 36/180Price £100.00

1797, 10 leaves, 4 berries, BMC 1077; S.3776, full underlying lustre, surface porosity due verdigris,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Halfpenny

Ref 36/183Price £135.00

1799, rev. 5 incuse gun-ports, BMC 1248; S.3778, full mint lustre, obverse lightly toned
unc

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George III (1760-1820) Soho Mint Halfpenny

Ref 36/191Price £165.00

1799, another rev. 6 raised gun-ports, BMC 1249; S.3778, full lustre, brilliant
unc

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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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George IV (1820-1830) Crown

Ref 36/200Price £485.00

1821, similar, edge SECUNDO, ESC 2310 (246); S.3805, toned,
good VF

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George IV (1820-1830) Halfcrown

Ref 36/201Price £485.00

1820, type A, ESC 2357 (628); S.3807, attractively toned,
EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Proof Shilling

Ref 36/203Price £2,250.00

1821, type A/1, Davies 211; ESC 2397 [R3] (1248); S.3810, nicely toned,
good EF-FDC

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 36/206Price £475.00

1826, 6 over 5?, type B/3, cf. Davies -; ESC 2411 (1258); S.3812 , very rare?, toned,
This does appear to be 6 over 5, and not recorded.
EF - unc

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