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Silver Coins

Viking Coinages - Danish East Anglia, c. 885-915- St Edmund - St. Edmund Penny

Ref 31/4Price £395.00

Wt. 0.93g., Memorial coinage, semi-barbarous legends, chevron A in centre within inner circle, +STVECV, rev. +SVITCVN, cross pattée within inner circle, N.483; S.960, corrosion spot below chevron,
VF

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Cnut (1016-1035) Penny

Ref 31/6Price £750.00

Wt. 0.96g., Penny, quatrefoil type, Lincoln, Aslac, bust left with sceptre, rev X?SL?C MO LINCO, (SCBI Lincolnshire 338; BMC -; Hildebrand 1504-1505; N 784; S 1157 var) , rare, peck marks,
good VF

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Cnut (1016-1035) Penny

Ref 31/7Price £475.00

Wt. 1.12g., short cross type, York mint, moneyer Colgrim, reads CCNUT, rev. +COL.GRRIM ON EOF:, N.790; S.1159, interesting spelling of king's name,
good VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/12Price £120.00

Wt. 1.39g., short cross coinage, class 5b2. London, +RICARD.B.ON.LV, SCBI 56, 1425; N.970; S.1351
F-VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/14Price £200.00

Wt. 1.43g., short cross coinage, class 5c. London, +RAVF.ON.LVND(ND ligate), SCBI 56, 1694; N.971; S.1352
good VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/15Price £250.00

Wt. 1.40g., short cross coinage, class 5c. London, +WILLELML ON LVN (VN ligate), SCBI 56, 1702,3; N.971; S.1352
VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/16Price £175.00

Wt. 1.35g., short cross coinage, class 5b2. London, +PIERES.ON.DVR, SCBI 56, 1486, 7; N.970; S.1351
VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/18Price £225.00

Wt. 1.46g., short cross coinage, class 5b2. Ipswich, +IOhAN.ON.GIPE, SCBI 56, 1511, 12; N.971; S.1351, rust deposit at 12 o'clock on obverse,
VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/19Price £225.00

Wt. 1.44g., short cross coinage, class 5c. London, +WALTER.ON.LVN (VN ligate), SCBI 56, 1703; N.971; S.1352
practically EF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Groat

Ref 31/23Price £5,750.00

Wt.3.70g. Class A, mule with Henry IV type III. LONDON, i.m. pierced cross/cross pattée, crowned 'emaciated' bust within double polylobe with fleurs at cusps, rev. long cross pattée, with trefoil in each angle, Harris, pairing 7 (dies A-1/R.III-1); Potter I, die 1; N.1385/1359; S.1761 , an unusually high grade example of this rare type,
Ex. Motcomb Collection.
good VF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Half Groat

Ref 31/28Price £195.00

Wt. 1.72g, similar, no annulet by crown, mullet to right on chest, rev. ends ME, double saltires after TAS and DON, Potter -, 1391b, S.1772, irregular flan,
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink 29th November 29th 2016 (1245, part), Bt September 2001.
F

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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, Second Reign (1471-1483) Halfgroat

Ref 31/42Price £200.00

Wt. 1.34g., Canterbury Royal mint, i.m. rose, C on chest, no trefoils on cusps over crown, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, B & W type XIV; N.1637; S.2106, pretty little coin,
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink November 2016 (1435), E J Whinstanley collection.
good VF

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Edward IV or V, 1483 Groat

Ref 31/44Price £5,250.00

Wt. 3.08g., LONDON, type XXII, mm. halved sun and rose 1 on both sides, pellet below bust, large fleurs on cusps including on chest but not above crown, A's unbarred, saltire stops on both sides, rev. A of TAS chevron-barred, N.1631; S.2146; B&W XXII, 3; Stewartby p.434, XXII, very rare, a little unevenly struck,
Ex. The Motcomb Collection, Morton and Eden, March 17th 2016 (141)
VF

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Mary (1553-1554) Groat

Ref 31/60Price £725.00

Wt. 1.94g., i.m. pomegranate, similar, N.1960; S.2492, edge a little ragged, strong portrait, pleasantly toned,
good VF

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Philip and Mary (1554-1558) Groat

Ref 31/61Price £750.00

Wt. 1.91g., i.m. lis, crowned bust of Mary left, reads REGI, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1973; S.2508
VF

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Charles I Bristol Mint 1643-1645 Halfcrown

Ref 31/75Price £1,575.00

Wt. 15.37g. 1644, i.m. plumelet/Br., Bristol horseman, plumelet in field, Morrieson B-1; Bull 640/1h; N.2489; S.3007, weakly struck on horse's front legs, otherwise
good VF

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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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Charles I Newark besieged (1645-6) Halfcrown

Ref 31/77Price £2,500.00

Wt. 15.00g., 1646, large double-arched crown dividing CR, value XXX below, rev. OBS: NEWARK 1646 in three lines, Hird 246 (same dies); N.2638; S.3140A, edge die crack, faint carbon spots, and scuffed below value, otherwise

almost EF

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Commonwealth (1649-1660) Shilling

Ref 31/79Price £425.00

Wt. 5.38g., 1653, i.m. sun, shield of St George within wreath, no stop after THE and reads COMMONWEALH, rev. conjoined shields, N.2724; ESC 130 [R4] (988B); S.3217, rare,
fair-F

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Charles II (1660-1685) Milled Coinage Maundy Set

Ref 31/84Price £325.00

Milled issue, undated, fourpence, threepence, twopence and penny, ESC 590 (2365); S.3391, matching tone, generally
good VF and better

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James II (1685-1688) Crown

Ref 31/91Price £2,250.00

1687, second laureate, draped bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, seven strings to harp, edge TERTIO, ESC 78; S.3407, lightly hay-marked, light surface marks,
almost EF

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William and Mary (1689-1694) Crown

Ref 31/94Price £1,450.00

1692, another, edge QVARTO, ESC 822 (83); S.3433, lightly toned,
a bold VF

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William III (1694-1702) Shilling

Ref 31/98Price £485.00

1700, fifth laureate draped bust, rev. tall 0's in date, ESC 1151(1121A); S.3516, pleasantly toned,
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 31/99Price £395.00

1696-N (Norwich), first bust, rev. early harp, large crowns, ESC 1288 (1538); S.3524, lightly hay-marked both sides, pretty toning,
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 31/100Price £350.00

1696-y (York), first bust, B's in BR and HIB are altered R's, rev. early harp, large crowns, ESC 1296 (1539); S.3525, an interesting minor variety, toned,
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 31/101Price £300.00

1697-B (Bristol), first bust, rev. late harp, small crowns, ESC 1261 (1555); S.3532, toned,
almost EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 31/102Price £225.00

1697-C (Chester), first bust, rev. late harp, small crowns, ESC 1271 (1557); S.3533, weakly struck on truncation and corresponding area on reverse, otherwise
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 31/104Price £265.00

1697, third bust, rev. later harp, large crowns, ESC 1233 (1566); S.3538, lightly toned,
good EF

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Anne (1702-1714) Shilling

Ref 31/108Price £725.00

1708, third bust, rev. post-union cruciform shields, plumes in angles, ESC 1148; S.3611, lightly hay-marked on obverse, toned,
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Halfcrown

Ref 31/123Price £575.00

1731, similar, edge QVINTO, ESC 1674 (595); S.3692, lightly toned,
good VF -VF

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George II (1727-1760) Shilling

Ref 31/125Price £300.00

1736 6 over 5, rev. plumes and roses in angles, ESC 1710 (1199A); S.3699, lightly toned,
good VF - EF

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George II (1727-1760) Sixpence

Ref 31/126Price £400.00

1728, rev. plumes in angles, ESC 1738 (1605); S.3706, attractively toned, hay-marked on obverse, otherwise
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Sixpence

Ref 31/127Price £265.00

1743, old laureate and draped bust left, rev. roses in angles, ESC 1752 (1614); S.3709, lightly toned,
practically EF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 31/151Price £450.00

1817, type B, ESC 2096 (618); S.3788,
EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Pattern Shilling

Ref 31/152Price £7,500.00

1820, by B Pistrucci and J B Merlen, type A, laureate head left, B.P. below truncation, rev. garnished shield crowned, thistle on left, shamrock on right, without WWP signature, edge grained, ESC 2394 [R5] 1246; Davies 210, exceedingly rare, lightly brushed on obverse,
good EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Pattern Sixpence

Ref 31/153Price £6,250.00

1820, by B Pistrucci and J B Merlen, type A, laureate head left, B.P. below truncation, rev. garnished shield crowned, thistle on left, shamrock on right, IBM in border lower left, edge grained, ESC 2420 [R6] 1653; Davies 250, exceedingly rare, richly toned,
practically FDC

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Victoria (1837-1901) Halfcrown

Ref 31/157Price £1,250.00

1849, small date; ESC 683 [R]; S.3888, blotchy grey toning, otherwise
EF

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George V (1910-1936) Trial Uniface Crown

Ref 31/161Price £29,500.00

1926, designed by Francis Derwent Wood RA (1871-1926), struck with a matt finish in silver, classical figure personifying Peace seated right on a chaise, draped and wearing chain mail , helmet at her feet, holding olive branch and caduceus, date in Roman numerals in exergue, GIVE PEACE IN OUR TIME O LORD, edge grained, L&S-; Krause TSA6., encapsulated in a NGC holder PF63, of the highest rarity, believed to be of three but the only example with a blank obverse,
Ex. A-Tokyo Collection and the actual piece presented to Derwent Wood's widow as part of a full 1926 set. The other examples are struck on silver plated flans and bear the word MODEL on the obverse, however this example is struck in silver and is plain on the obverse. In 1926 coinage was proposed in a speech delivered in the House of Commons by the historian and numismatist Sir Charles Oman, he then pursued the idea with officials at the Royal Mint. Francis Derwent Wood produced the designs, Humphrey Paget produced the models, and pieces were struck in 1926. The Peace legend is borrowed Anglican liturgy with origins back to the Protestant Reformation, it was adopted to become the refrain in the hymn of the same name.
unc

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Ireland - III. Long Cross and Hand Coinage, c. 1035-60 Penny

Ref 31/165Price £725.00

Wt. 0.84g. Phase 3 (c.1015-1035), draped bust left, rev. long voided cross with tri-crescent ends, crude hand in two diagonally opposing quarters, DF 24; S.6132, some verdigris, good metal,
EX. Baldwins, Auction 80, 8th May 2013 (2262).
good VF

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Edward I, 1216-1272. Penny

Ref 31/171Price £150.00

Wt.1.48g. class 1b. WATERFORD, DF 64; S.6254, ghosting on obverse otherwise
Ex. Kelso Hoard 1917.
good VF

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Edward IV (1461-1483) Groat

Ref 31/173Price £700.00

Wt. 2.07g. LIMERICK. i.m. cinquefoil. L on breast, rosettes by neck, and in two angles on rev. DF 134; S.6342, rare, edge chipped below king's bust, otherwise
VF

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Henry VII (1485-1508) Groat

Ref 31/174Price £325.00

Wt. 1.95g., (Dublin), legend ends REX ANGLIE FRANCIE, rev. DOMINVS hYBERnIE, pellet cross ends, S.6414, double struck,
about VF

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James VI (1567-1625) Two Merks

Ref 31/190Price £5,750.00

Wt. 21.67g., 1579, second coinage, mm. crown, crowned shield, IACOBVS DEI G REX SCOTORVM, rev. leaved thistle between IR, NEMO ME IMPVNE LACESSET, S.5480, some surface porosity, extremely rare,
VF

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James VI (1567-1625) Thirty Shillings

Ref 31/194Price £350.00

Wt. 14.46g., ninth coinage, i.m. thistle head, rev. Scottish arms in first and third quarters, B.14, var.; S.5504, obverse double struck,
almost VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/13Price £110.00

Wt. 1.39g., short cross coinage, class 5c. London, +ABEL.ON.LVNDE, SCBI 56, 1684; N.971; S.1352
F-VF

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John (1199-1216) Penny

Ref 31/17Price £95.00

Wt. 1.46g., short cross coinage, class 5b1. Chichester, +SIMON.ON.C(-)C(-), SCBI 56, 1476; N.970; S.1351, double struck both sides,
F

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Henry III (1216-1272) Penny

Ref 31/20Price £125.00

Wt. 1.30g., short cross coinage, class 8c. London, +NIChOLE ON LV, SCBI 56, 2157; N.982; S.1357C
almost VF

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Henry V (1413-1422) Halfgroat

Ref 31/29Price £58.00

Wt. 1.86g, broken annulet to left of crown, mullet in centre of chest, tressure of 10 arcs, top cusps fleured, rev. quatrefoil after POSVI ends ME, double saltires after TAS and DON, (Potter VIa; N.1391b, S.1773, irregular flan, Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink (1245, part), Bt September 2001. , pierced otherwise,
Ex. Lord Stewartby, Spink, 29th November 2016(1245).
VF

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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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