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Gold Coins

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

Ref 31/37Price £2,750.00

Wt. 7.53g., light coinage, flemish imitation, group II, class 3c, i.m. -/crown, king standing facing in ship, rose on ship's side, banner inscribed E at stern, rev. rose upon a radiate sun in centre of floriated cross, trefoil stops, Schneider 868-876; N. -; S.1952 , large flan,
a bold VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Angel

Ref 31/47Price £2,850.00

Wt. 5.12g., First Coinage, 1509-1526, Tower, i.m. portcullis, similar, HENRIC VIII DI GRA REX AGL Z FR, rev. PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE REDE, saltire stops, Whitton (iii) variant 2; Schneider 562; N.1760; S.2265 , a little weak on St Michael's face, otherwise
good VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) George Noble

Ref 31/48Price £47,500.00

Wt. 4.55g., Second coinage, 1526-44, m.m. rose, ship right, rose impaled on mast, HK (Henry and Katherine of Aragon) above, HENRIC D G AGLIE Z FRA DNS HIBERNIE, rev. St. George on horseback spearing dragon, TALI DICATA SIG MES FLVCTVARI NEQT, saltire stops, Schneider 576; N.1785; S.2270, very rare,
Ex. Spink Auction 206, 1st and 2nd December 2010 (898), Norweb, Spink Auction 48, 13th November 1985 (313), J H Barnes, Sotheby, 26th June 1974 (114) and T B Clarke-Thornhill, Glendining, 24th May 1938 (51).
VF

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Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII , 1547-51 Half Sovereign

Ref 31/53Price £1,875.00

Wt. 5.85g., Southwark, i.m. -/Roman E, crowned youthful King enthroned facing holding sceptre left, orb, right, rose below, rev. crowned shield, supporters each side, letter E in panel below, cf Schneider 665-6; N.1866; S.2394 , poorly struck, thus weak in places, otherwise
almost VF

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Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII , 1547-51 Gold Crown

Ref 31/54Price £2,150.00

Wt. 3.08g., Tower mint, i.m. arrow, Roman lettering, lozenge stops, Whitton p.180; cf. Schneider 649; N.1867; S.2395, weak in places, otherwise
VF

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James I (1603-1625) Half Laurel

Ref 31/65Price £3,000.00

Wt. 4.41g., third coinage, i.m. spur rowel, first bust, IACOBVS D:G:MAG:BRIT:FRA:ET HIBER:REX, rev. long cross fleury over crowned square shield, Schneider 89; N.2116; S.2640, rare,
almost EF

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George II (1727-1760) Half Guinea

Ref 31/120Price £3,750.00

1736, young laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield, MCE 346; S.3681A, with a hint of red toning,
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 31/122Price £2,500.00

1734, similar, edge SEPTIMO, ESC 1662 [R] (119); S.3686, edge striking crack,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 31/131Price £950.00

1787, fifth head, rev. 'spade' shaped shield, date below, MCE 391; S.3729, a hint of red toning,
EF-good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 31/132Price £695.00

1775, third laureate head right, MCE 416; S.3733, very rare,
F

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Third-Guinea

Ref 31/137Price £425.00

1803, first head, date below crown, MCE 455; S.3739
good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Third-Guinea

Ref 31/138Price £400.00

1804, second head, MCE 456; S.3740, light surface marks,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Half Sovereign

Ref 31/150Price £685.00

1820, similar, rev. crowned shield, M402; S.3786, light edge knocks and surface marks, otherwise
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 31/156Price £575.00

1879-S, young head, rev. crowned shield, M.75; S.3855, a few light marks,
practically unc

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James VI (1567-1625) Unit or sceptre piece

Ref 31/189Price £5,250.00

Wt. 9.95g., 1604, tenth coinage, m.m. thistle, armoured and crowned half-length figure right, orb in left hand, rev. crowned shield Scottish arms in first and fourth quarters, B.4, fig. 990; S.5463, a lovely lustrous example, with a strong portrait, practically as struck,
EF

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Corieltauvi - Early Uninscribed Stater

Ref 31/1Price £600.00

Wt. 5.34g., Domino type, wreath motif (weak), rev. disjointed horse left, rectangle containing pellets above, spiral below, ABC 1758; VA 829-1; BMC 3185-3186; S.393 , dark tone,
VF

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CORIO Quarter Stater

Ref 31/2Price £1,750.00

Wt. 1.10g. Cor on plain field, rev. Triple-tailed horse right, pelletal sun ring above, small animal below ABC 2051; VA 1039; BMC 3134; M 394; S.387, very rare,
VF

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Edward III (1327-1377) Noble

Ref 31/22Price £12,000.00

Wt. 8.09g., third coinage, third period, London mint, i.m. cross pattée on reverse only, type II, king standing facing in ship, holding sword upright and shield, ED/WAR D GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC DNS HYB, hook shaped rudder, double saltire stops, rev. floriated cross with lis at ends, large E in centre, IHC TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, large letters with chevron-barred A's, double saltire stops, Potter II, letters C, pl. VIII. 5 (same dies); Schneider - ; N.1110; S.1481, extremely rare,
Ex. Lord Stewartby, Spink, 26th Sep[tember 2016 (894 and Morton and Eden, 11th December 2003 (320).
VF-good VF

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

Ref 31/36Price £1,200.00

Wt. 7.68g., light coinage, type VI, LONDON mint, i.m. -/sun, king standing facing in ship, rose on ship's side, banner inscribed E at stern, rev. rose upon radiate sun in centre of floriated cross, large fleurs in spandrels, N.1549; S.1950, cracked in centre, otherwise
good F

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

Ref 31/38Price £8,500.00

Wt. 7.69g., Light Coinage, type VII, Bristol mint, i.m. -/crown, king standing facing in ship, rose on ship's side, B below, banner inscribed E at stern, quatrefoil after FRANC, rev. rose upon radiate sun in centre of floriated cross, fleurs in spandrels, trefoil and double trefoil stops, B&W VII variant 2; Schneider 149 (same dies); N.1550; S.1953, rare, a well struck example with a hint of red toning,
Ex. Dr Carter, collection purchased by Baldwin 1950, A Gibbs, Spink 67, 16th November 1988 (21), I Ure Collection. Rasmussen List 1, 2001 (C31), Lord Stewartby, part 3, Spink, 26th September 2016 (956). Two tickets in Carter's hand (Eagland C18), the Baldwin stock ticket in the hand of Peter Mitchell (Eagland D01E), and two recent collector tickets. an
good VF

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

Ref 31/39Price £4,250.00

Wt.7.55g. Light coinage. NORWICH. i.m. none/sun, N in waves below ship, rev. large fleurs in spandrels, reads TRASIEDS, B&W.VI; c.f. Sch. 422; N.1552; S.1956, very rare, small central crack by shield, once cleaned,
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 3, Spink 26th September 2016 (955).
F

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Henry VII (1485-1508) Half-Angel

Ref 31/46Price £3,000.00

Wt. 2.55g., Tower mint, type V, i.m. cross-crosslet, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGL Z F, St Michael spearing Satan, saltire stops, rev. O CRVX AVE SPES VNICA, saltire stops, shield within ship to right, cross above dividing H and rose, P & W, Pt.II, p.150; SCBI 23 Ashmolean, No-; Schneider-; Stewartby p.429; N.1702; S.2192- all references list rose/crosslet combination only , a field find, some surface marks, this piece unique and an important addition to the corpus of numismatic knowledge in the reign of Henry VII
Ex. Spink Auction 22-23rd September 2015. Previously only known to be muled with mintmark rose on the obverse. This is the first known true type V Henry VII half angel with the cross- crosslet mintmark on both sides.
almost VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Gold Halfcrown

Ref 31/49Price £5,000.00

Wt. 1.79g., second coinage, Tower mint, i.m. rose, crowned double rose, RVTLANDS ROSA SINE SPINA, rev. crowned square topped shield, HENRIC 8 GRA REX AGL Z, no initials in field, double saltire stops, Roman letters with gothic h and A, Schneider 598 (same dies); Whitton (i), 1; N.1793; S.2284 mixed Roman and Lombardic lettering, double/single saltire stops, Whitton (i), 2; Schneider 599; N.1794; S.2285, extremely rare, a full coin, small striking crack at 1 o'clock, otherwise
Ex. R C Lockett, Glendining, 11th October 1956 (1780), Sotheby, 15th October 1998 (255), I Ure, Rasmussen list 2 2002 (C97) and Colin Adams, Spink 1st December 2005 (1). This piece, the very first Halfcrown, has an early version of the inner rose and omits the initials in the field both sides, a variety unknown on the Crowns. There are believed to be only five examples known.
VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Half Sovereign

Ref 31/50Price £1,275.00

Wt. 6.10g., Third Coinage, 1544-1547, Type IIb, Southwark, a mule i.m. S, reverse E, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRANCIE Z HIB REX, Lombardic letters, sleeve stops, rev. IHS AVTE TRANSIENS PERMEDI ILLOR IBA, E below shield, trefoil stops, Whitton II(b) Mule, cf. Schneider 621; N.1828; S.2297, weakly struck,
F or better

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Shilling

Ref 31/55Price £2,750.00

Wt. 5.23g., second period, Durham House, 1549, i.m. bow, bust 2, crown with frosted inner caul, EDWARD VI D G ANGL FRA Z HIB REX, rev. INIMICOS EIVS INDVAM CONFVSIONE, shield with frosted garnishing divides ER, Bispham, type 5/F; N.1925; S.2472, a lovely example, with full legends and a bold portrait, very rare thus
good VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Gold Crown

Ref 31/67Price £800.00

Wt. 2.22g., group B, class I, bust 3, i.m. heart, second bust in ruff, armour and mantle, rev. square topped lightly garnished shield, reads PROTEGIT, Schneider II, no. 3; cf JGB 196-8; N.2182; S.2712
Ex. R D Beresford-Jones Collection, Spink 2nd June 1983 (106).
VF

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Charles I (1625-1649) Gold Crown

Ref 31/68Price £925.00

Wt. 2.15g., group D, i.m. star/(over triangle over star), crowned bust 5 left, rev. crowned oval garnished shield divides CR, Brooker 216; N.2185; S.2715
Ex. Lockett (4153).
VF

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William and Mary (1689-1694) Half Guinea

Ref 31/92Price £5,250.00

1689, first conjoined bust right, rev. first crowned shield, S.3429 , striking flaw on King's neck, red tone,
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Guinea

Ref 31/97Price £1,875.00

1701, second laureate bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shield, with narrow crowns, sceptres in angles, Lion of Nassau at centre, MCE 186; S.3463, edge scrape by French arms, scratches on obverse, otherwise
good VF

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George I (1714-1727) Quarter-Guinea

Ref 31/116Price £700.00

1718, laureate head left, rev. cruciform shields, MCE 277; S.3638, a crisp example,
good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Guinea

Ref 31/130Price £575.00

1785, fourth laureate head, rev. crowned garnished shield, MCE 389; S.3728, some surface marks,
VF-EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 31/133Price £495.00

1777, fourth laureate head, rev. crowned garnished shield, MCE.420; S.3734
good VF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 31/134Price £625.00

1790, fifth head, rev. crowned 'spade' shaped shield, date below, MCE 394; S.3735
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 31/135Price £625.00

1801, sixth head, rev. crowned shield within Garter, MCE 439; S.3736
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Half Guinea

Ref 31/136Price £465.00

1804, 'Military' type, seventh head right, rev. similar, MCE 442; S.3737, edge knock at 9 o'clock on reverse,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Quarter-Guinea

Ref 31/139Price £650.00

1762, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield of arms, MCE 463; S.3471, brilliant, peripheral red toning,
good EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Sovereign

Ref 31/148Price £1,675.00

1817, laureate head right, rev. St George and the dragon, M.1; S.3785
Ex. Arthur Lainchbury, DNW 2nd-3rd April 2914 (148).
about EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Sovereign

Ref 31/149Price £3,000.00

1820, second bust right, neat date, closed 2, nearly closed '2', rev. St George and dragon, cf M.4B; MCE 466; S.3785C, a rare date variety, some surface marks, obverse proof-like,
good EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sovereign

Ref 31/155Price £5,000.00

1838, first young head left, date below, rev. first crowned shield within wreath, M.22; S.3852, a few light marks,
EF-unc

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Edward VII (1901-1910) Matt Proof Five Pounds

Ref 31/159Price £3,500.00

1902, head right, rev. St. George and dragon, edge grained, S.3965
good EF

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George V (1910-1936) Proof Two Pounds

Ref 31/160Price £3,500.00

1911, head left, re, St. George and dragon, edge grained, S.3995
practically FDC

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