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Silver Coins

Henry I (1100-1135) Penny

Ref 27/28Price £1,675.00

Wt. 1.39g., type IV, annulets and piles type, Hastings mint, moneyer Godric, crowned facing bust, rev. four annulets between four piles, GODRIC ONHES, BMC -; N.860; S.1265, very rare, moneyer not recorded for this type, weak on face, about struck,
VF

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William III (1694-1702) Shilling

Ref 31/M28Price £725.00

1700, fifth bust, rev. tall 0's in date, no stops, ESC 1153 [R](1122A); S.3516, toned, rare in this high grade,
Ex. Baldwin Auction 52, 3rd September 2007 (433).
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Shilling

Ref 31/M29Price £425.00

1700, fifth bust, obv. no stop between DEI GRA, cf. ESC 1150(1121); S.3516, rare, lightly toned,
VF

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William III (1694-1702) Shilling

Ref 31/M30Price £875.00

1701, fifth bust, ESC 1155 [R](1124); S.3516, rare, attractively toned,
practically EF

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

Ref 27/30Price £450.00

York issues: The Ornamented group attributed to York, Flag type, King right holding lance with pennant, rev. cross Moline; N.919; S.1313, scarce,
good VF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Groat

Ref 26/30Price £325.00

Wt.3.40g., Leaf-pellet issue, class C, LONDON, i.m. cross IIIb/-, leaf on neck, fleur on breast cusp, pellets by crown, ANGLI, rev. added pellet on inner circle in first and third quarters, N.1505; S.1915, toned,
a bold VF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 31/S33Price £865.00

Wt. 1.37g., hammer cross type, Hereford mint, moneyer Eadwig, rev. EADPI:: ON HEREF, Freeman 58; N.828; S.1182 , a good portrait, obverse, legends weakly struck, otherwise
almost EF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 31/S34Price £500.00

Wt. 1.35g., hammer Cross type, Huntingdon mint, moneyer Godric, GODRIC ON HUNTE, Freeman 28; N.828; S.1182, , slightly wavy flan,
Purchased Spink.
good VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Shilling

Ref 31/M35Price £1,400.00

1704, second bust, plumes in angles, ESC 1390 [R2] 1133; S.3588 , pretty toning, rare,
practically EF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Groat

Ref 28/35Price £425.00

3.80g. Class C, LONDON, type 2, i.m. pierced cross, frowning bust, mullet on right shoulder, Potter VII; N.1387b; S.1765, a little weakly struck on face, otherwise
almost VF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 31/S36Price £635.00

Wt. 1.28g., hammer cross type, Steyning mint, moneyer Deorman, rev. DIORMAN ON STÆNIE, Freeman 8; N.828; S.1182
Sold by Spink.
a bold VF

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Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) Penny

Ref 31/S38Price £725.00

Wt. 1.10g., facing bust type, Wallingford mint, moneyer Burewine, rev. BVREPINE ON PII, Freeman 79; N.830; S.1183, richly toned, good portrait,
almost EF

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

Ref 31/40Price £500.00

Wt. 3.08g., light coinage, type Vb/Vc, LONDON, i.m. rose, without quatrefoils by neck, no fleurs over crown, FRANC::, rev. extra pellet in second angle, trefoil stops, B&W Vb2/Vc, Stewartby p.430, Vb (ii)/Vc; N.1567/1568; S.2000 var., very rare,
Ex. The Motcomb Collection, Morton & Eden. 17th March 2016 (95).
VF

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

Ref 28/43Price £1,250.00

Wt. 3.79g., Heavy Coinage, class I, LONDON mint, i.m. plain cross/-, crowned bust facing, lis on neck, pellets at crown, breast arch not fleured, rev. long cross pattée, saltire stops, no extra pellets in the quarters, BW I(biii); N.1529; S.1971, rare,
Ex. R C Lockett collection, 12th October 1956 (1551, part).
EF

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James I (1603-1625) Sixpence

Ref 23/C45Price £575.00

Wt. 2.93g., first coinage, 1604, i.m. lis, second bust, N.2074; S.2648, a little double-struck on reverse,
good VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Groat

Ref 23/47Price £575.00

Wt. 2.07g., second issue, beaded inner circles, i.m. cross crosslet, bust 1F, plain dress between plain straps, BC 1, 1F; N.2556; S.2556, dark, surfaces a little rough and a hairline scratch on reverse, full,
good VF

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Philip and Mary (1554-1558) Shilling

Ref 26/48Price £1,400.00

Wt.6.26g., 1554, full titles, busts of Philip and Mary facing each other, rev. garnished shield with arms of Spain and England, N.1967; S.2500
Ex. Gordon Stanley Hopkins, A H Baldwin& Sons, Auction 30, 7 May 2002 (134).
VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Shilling

Ref 31/M48Price £550.00

1711, third bust (probably a mule), rev. plain in angles, ESC 1407 [R4] 1157; S.3610 , rare, lightly toned,
Ex. Rasmussen List 22 (211).
good VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Testoon

Ref 28/49Price £4,500.00

Wt. 7.15g., third coinage, TOWER, i.m. pellet-in-annulet, Group B, bust 3, crowned facing bust with close cropped hair, no jewels on band to crown, rev. reads ADIVTORIVM, crowned rose between crowned H and R, Gothic letters with Roman 'R' and sleeve stops both sides, Jacob 0.16/R19; Whitton, Tower, B, variant 8(?); N.1841; S.2366, , toned, some sandy deposit in legends, struck on a full round flan, with a clear portrait, rare with this bust,
almost VF

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Henry VI, First Reign, 1422-1461 Groat

Ref 13/49Price £295.00

Wt. 3.87g., leaf pellet issue, group A, London mint, i.m. cross IIIb/-, crowned bust facing within tressure, pellets by crown, leaf on breast, reads ANGL, rev. long cross pattée, CIVITAS LONDON, extra pellet under TAS and DON, saltire/no stops, Whitton 43b; N.1503; S.1914, traces of double striking on reverse, weak on lettering, otherwise deeply toned on a neat round flan, with a strong portait,
Ex Spink 176, 30 November 2005 (246 part)
bold VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 28/50Price £350.00

Wt.2.39g., YORK. i.m. none, bust 2, Laker bust B2; N.1848; S.2374, double struck, toned,
VF

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Shilling

Ref 27/50Price £200.00

Wt. 4.63g., Third period, 1550, i.m. Y, bust 6, rev. TIMOR DOMINI FONS VITE, Bispham, BNJ 1985, p.137; N.1919; S.2472B, two scratches on obverse,
fair

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George I (1714-1727) Shilling

Ref 31/M54Price £450.00

1717, first bust, rev. roses and plumes, ESC 1564 (1164); S.3645, lightly toned,
good VF

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George I (1714-1727) Shilling

Ref 31/M55Price £300.00

1718, first bust, rev. roses and plumes in angles, ESC 1566 (1165); S.3645, once lightly cleaned, unevenly toned,
good VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Tower Mint Halfcrown

Ref 16/55Price £325.00

Wt. 15.10g., group IV, type 4, i.m. star, fourth horseman, king in armour on foreshortened horse left, tail flows between horse's leg, rev. large oval garnished shield, JGB -; N.2214; S.2779, some metal flaws on obverse but clear, attractively toned,
good VF

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George I (1714-1727) Shilling

Ref 31/M56Price £1,250.00

1720, first bust, rev. roses and plumes, larger O in date, ESC 1569 [R2](1167); S.3645, attractively toned, a pleasing example,
EF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 14/59Price £285.00

Wt. 2.73g., second coinage, Tower, i.m. rose, crowned bust right, square face with Roman nose, rev. long cross fourchée, Lombardic lettering, Whitton p.207 (i) 3; Laker bust D; N.1797; S.2337E, with much original mint lustre,
Ex St James's Auction No. 1, 13 October 2004, (113)
almost VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Sixpence

Ref 26/59Price £275.00

Wt. 2.89g., second issue, 1573, i.m. acorn, bust 5A, BC 5, 5A; N.1997; S.2566, toned,
a pleasing VF

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James I (1603-1625) Sixpence

Ref 23/60Price £550.00

Wt. 2.72g., third coinage, 1622, i.m. thistle, sixth bust, N.2126; S.2670, lightly creased and has been made round, otherwise deeply toned, attractive,
Ex SNC, September 1987, (5150) and R. Bole, Part 1, DNW Auction 89, 29 September 2010, (1529).
good VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Sixpence

Ref 27/60Price £250.00

Wt. 3.09g., Fifth issue, 1580 , i.m. Latin cross, bust 5A, larger bust, BC 1, 5A; N.1997; S.2572, irregular flan, toned,
VF

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George I (1714-1727) Shilling

Ref 31/M61Price £675.00

1721 21 over 18, first bust, rev. roses and plumes, ESC 1579 [R4] (1173); S.3645, rare, slight edge striking flaw below bust, otherwise
a bold VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Sixpence

Ref 28/62Price £300.00

Wt. 2.89g., third issue, 1561, i.m. pheon, bust 1F, reads DG ANG FRA ET HI REGINA, small bust, plain dress between plain straps, rose behind, BC 1, 1F; N.1997; S.2560, on a big flan, some light surface corrosion, otherwise
about 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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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 30/63Price £450.00

1696-B (Bristol), first bust, rev. late harp, small crowns, no stops, ESC 1259 [R2] (1548); S.3532, toned, lightly hay-marked,
Ex. Dr. Miller collection, purchased by Spink in 1977.
almost EF

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George I (1714-1727) Shilling

Ref 31/M63Price £1,250.00

1723, first bust, large D in FD, rev. roses and plumes in angles, ESC 1585 [R] 1175B; S.3645, obverse lightly haymarked, otherwise
EF or better

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 12/C65Price £325.00

Third coinage. 2.32g., TOWER, i.m. lis, bust 1 variety, cloak fastened by a brooch with two strings, broken saltire stops, rev. POSVI DEV, annulet in forks, Laker bust B; Whitton A2; N.1844; S.2369
about VF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 30/67Price £425.00

1696-N (Norwich), first bust, rev. later harp, small crowns, ESC 1289 [R3](1548A); S.3535, very rare, lightly toned, reverse lightly hay-marked,
Ex. Dr. Miller collection, purchased by Spink in 1977.
good VF-EF

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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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Charles I Bristol Mint 1643-1645 Halfcrown

Ref 31/76Price £1,500.00

Wt. 14.46g., 1644, i.m. pellet, 'Bristol' horseman, small Shrewsbury plume behind, Br below, rev. Declaration in two lines, three Bristol plumes above, date and Br below, pellet before legend, Bull 644/6; Morr. E-6; JGB 987-8; N.2491; S.3009, good horseman,
a bold VF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 30/76Price £765.00

1697, second laureate draped bust right, later harp, small crowns, ESC 1224 [R2] (1564); S.3537, rare, lightly scuffed on face, toned,
Ex. Dr. Miller collection, purchased by Spink in 1977.
a bold VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Sixpence

Ref 27/77Price £675.00

1677, similar, ESC 1516; S.3382, once lightly cleaned, now toned,
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Shilling

Ref 31/M77Price £1,975.00

1728, young bust, E over R in GEORGIVS, rev. plain in angles, cf. ESC 1698 (1191); S.3699, unrecorded, extremely rare, richly toned,
Ex.Spink Numismatic circular, March 2009 (MS9033). This variety E over R only recorded for ESC 1697, 1728 roses and plumes.
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 30/77Price £675.00

1697, second laureate draped bust right, reads GVLIEMVS, rev. later harp, small crowns, ESC 1229 [R4] (1565); S.3537, very rare, toned,
Ex. Dr. Miller collection, purchased by Spink in 1977.
VF

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William and Mary (1688-1694) Crown

Ref 27/82Price £1,625.00

1692 2 over 2 upside down, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, WM cypher in angles, edge QVINTO, ESC 84; S.3433, striking flaw by French Arms, once cleaned, artificially toned,
good VF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 30/82Price £470.00

1696-C (Chester), third bust, rev. late harp, small crowns, ESC 1276 [R3] (1570); S.3543, very rare, lightly toned,
Ex. Dr. Miller collection, purchased by Spink in 1977.
practically EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 30/83Price £515.00

1697-E (Exeter), third bust, rev. later harp, small crowns, ESC 1287 [R] (1572); S.3544, a little weakly struck on reverse, otherwise
Ex. Dr. Miller collection, purchased in 1977.
EF

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Charles I Oxford Mint 1642-1646 Shilling

Ref 24/83Price £950.00

Wt. 5.45g., 1644, i.m. plume/-, smaller bust, crown with upper arch jewelled, MAG BR FR ET HIBER, rev. three Shrewsbury plumes, single pellet stops, Morr. D-11; JGB 945 (same dies); N.2449; S.2977, weakly struck in places, good portrait,
Ex Alan Morris collection.
a bold VF

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Charles I Exeter Mint 1643-1646 Shilling

Ref 23/84Price £8,500.00

Wt. 5.73g., i.m. rose, normal Exeter bust of coarse style, with lank hair, rev. oval garnished shield with CR either side, Besly C-4; JGB 1025 (this coin); N.2545; S.3083A, on a slightly irregular flan, deeply toned, an extremely rare reverse type, believed to be the finest extant example of this die combination,
Ex J. G. Brooker, SCBI 33, no. 1025, collection dispersed from 1978. This distinctive early reverse type, an oval garnished shield with CR either side (Besly 4), is extremely rare and is paired with the extremely rare large Oxford style bust (Besly B) and the standard Exeter bust (Besly C). There are believed to be only four examples known with this reverse type. Besly records one example of the die combination, B-4, the British Museum specimen but there is another in a private collection and he records only two of this die pairing, C-4, those in the British Museum and Brooker collections.
a bold 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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