The Pywell-Phillips Collection of English Milled Silver and Copper Coins

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The Pywell-Phillips Collection of English Milled Silver and Copper Coins

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Spink UK

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Tuesday 30th October 2018 - 11:00am  
Wednesday 31st October 2018 - 11:00am  

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Friday 26 October 2018 10am to 5pm
Monday 29 October 2018 10am to 5pm
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The Pywell-Phillips is a true "lifetime" collection formed over the past six decades with evidently meticulous dedication. Charting 400 years of English history, this collection spans the Protectorate of Cromwell to our current Queen, and accommodates virtually every English milled coin struck in Silver, Copper and even Tin during that time. And so Spink has the pleasure of presenting to market a "completist's" collection worthy of significant praise with an offering of Proofs and Patterns alongside rarer currency issues to whet the appetites of even the most discerning collector.

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Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns (3), 1887, 'Jubilee' bust left, rev. en médaille, St George and dragon (ESC 2585 {296); also, 1888, narrow date (ESC 2587 {298}); another, 1889 (ESC 2589 {299}; S.3921), all with bagmarks, otherwise lustrous, all near extremely fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns (3), 1890 (ESC 2590 {300}); another, 1891 (ESC 2591, {301}); also, 1892 (ESC 2592 {302}; S.3921), the second and last lightly cleaned and dipped, otherwise good very, the first lustrous, almost extremely fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Double-Florins (5), 1887 (2), "Jubilee" bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, "Roman I" in date (ESC 2695 {394}; S.3922); another, "arabic 1" in date, similar (ESC 2697 {395}); additionally, 1888; 1889; 1890, as last (ESC 2699; 2701; 2703 {396-99}; S.3923), all bagmarked, some wiped, others lustrous, about extremely fine or better (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrowns, 1887-92 (6), "Jubilee" bust left, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2771, 2773-77 {719, 721-25}; S.3924), the first two choice and practically as struck, the others lustrous but lightly wiped, these bold very fine or better (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Florins (6), 1887, "Jubilee" bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, wide space below truncation (ESC 2953 {868}); also, 1888, similar, narrow space below truncation (ESC 2956 {870}); another, 1889, as last (ESC 2957 {871}); and, 1890 (ESC 2958 {ESC 872); additionally, 1891, as before (ESC 2959 [R2] {873}); also, 1892 (ESC 2960 [R2] {874]; S.3925), the first three lustrous, and about as struck, the fourth abrasively cleaned, the last two lightly toned, very fine and rare (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information p...

Victoria (1837-1901), Shillings (6), 1887, small "Jubilee" bust left, rev. shield in Garter 1887 (ESC 3137 {1351); another; 1888 over 7, similar (ESC 3140 {1353}; S.3926); also, 1889, large "Jubilee" bust, otherwise as before (ESC 3142 {1355}); another, 1890, as last (ESC 3144 {1357}); and, 1891 (ESC 3145 {1358}); lastly, 1892 (ESC 3147 {1360}; S.3927), all lustrous, most choice, the first bagmarked, the third toned but with residual brilliance, all practically as struck (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Sixpences (6), 1887, withdrawn issue, "Jubilee" bust left, rev. shield in Garter (ESC 3264 {1752}; S.3928); additionally, 1888-92 (5), similar, rev. value in wreath (ESC 3277, 3279-80, 3282-83 {1756-60}; S.3929), all lustrous but with varying degrees of toning, extremely fine to uncirculated (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Sixpence, 1893, 'Jubilee' bust left, rev. value in wreath (ESC 3284 [R3] {-}; S.3929), once lightly wiped with a few pecks on cheek, otherwise good very fine, extremely rarePurchased July 2001Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Groat, 1888, 'Jubilee' bust left, rev. Britannia seated right (ESC 3359 {1956}; S.3930); additionally, Threepences (7), 1887-92 (ESC 3436, 3438-42 {2096, 2098-2102}); additionally, 1893 (ESC 3443 [R2] {2103}; S.3931), the first a bold very fine, the rest generally extremely fine or better, the 1888 3d brilliantly choice, the last rare (8)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1888 (4) (ESC 3545 {2502}; S.3932), light tone and well-matched, near extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1889 (4) (ESC 3547 {2504}; S.3932), dark tone overlying lustrous surfaces, otherwise brilliant as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1890 (4) (ESC 3548 {2505}; S.3932), iridescent tone overlying brilliant surfaces, but for faint cabinet friction, as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1891 (4) (ESC 3549 {2506}; S.3932), light tone overlying lustrous surfaces, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1892 (4) (ESC 3550 {2507}; S.3932), bright and lustrous, but for surface hairlines on Fourpence, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1893 (2), old veiled head left, rev. St George and dragon, decus et tutamen anno regni lvi on edge (ESC 2593 {303}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lvii on edge (ESC 2595 {305}; S.3937), the first once lightly wiped, otherwise almost extremely fine, the second with, 'gunmetal' tone overlying lustrous surfaces, extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1894 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lvii on edge (ESC 2596 {306}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lviii on edge (ESC 2597 {307}; S.3937), the first with a light edge bruise at reverse 9 o'clock, otherwise lustrous, good very fine, the second abrasively cleaned, nevertheless very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1895 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lviii on edge (ESC 2598 {308}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lix on edge (ESC 2599 {309}; S.3937), the first with rim scuffing at reverse 6 o'clock, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, the second lightly toned, good extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1896 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lix on edge (ESC 2600 {310}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lx on edge (ESC 2601 {311}; S.3937), the first bagmarked in otherwise lustrous fields with a spot of tone to centre, good very fine, the second lightly wiped but with traces of original lustre, a bold very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1897 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lx on edge (ESC 2602 {312}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lxi on edge (ESC 2603 {313}; S.3937), the first with light peripheral tone, otherwise lustrous, about extremely fine, the second once cleaned, otherwise a bold very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1898 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lxi on edge (ESC 2604 {314}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lxii on edge (ESC 2605 {315}; S.3937), the first with bagmarks in otherwise lustrous fields, almost extremely fine, the second with a very faint rim bruise at reverse 8 o'clock, otherwise lustrous with residual surface frosting, a bold extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1899 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lxii on edge (ESC 2606 {316}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lxiii on edge (ESC 2607 {317}; S.3937), the first with wiped surfaces but retaining residual lustre, almost extremely fine, the second with a speckling of tone to periphery, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns, 1900 (2), decus et tutamen anno regni lxiii on edge (ESC 2608 {318}); another, decus et tutamen anno regni lxiv on edge (ESC 2609 {319}; S.3937) , the first once lightly wiped behind veil, otherwise lustrous, the portrait bold, extremely fine or better, the second once cleaned, otherwise a bold very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1893, old veiled head left, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2778 {726}; S.3938), choice, but for bagmark on cheek, brilliant uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1894 (ESC 2780 {728}; S.3938), lustrous, practically mint state, a scarcer dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1895 (ESC 2781 {729}; S.3938), light tone below truncation, otherwise lustrous, practically mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1896 (ESC 2782 {730}; S.3938), some cabinet friction, otherwise lustrous, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1897 (ESC 2783 {731}; S.3938), light nailmarks before nose and softly struck with aging dies, otherwise lustrous, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1898 (ESC 2784 {732}; S.3938), scattered bagmarks, otherwise lustrous, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1899 (ESC 2785 {733}; S.3938), lustrous, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1900 (ESC 2786 {734}; S.3938), choice, but for the odd and very superficial bagmark, brilliant mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1901 (ESC 2787 {735}; S.3938), lustrous, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Florins (9), 1893-1901, old veiled head left, rev. trio of shields in Garter (ESC 2962, 2964-69, 2971-72 {876, 878-885}; S.3939), the third once cleaned now darkly retoned, otherwise generally lustrous, extremely fine to about uncirculated, the 1898 especially brilliant (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shillings (4), 1893, old veiled head left, small lettering on obverse, rev. trio of shields in Garter, small rose (ESC 3154 {1361A}); another, 1894, similar, although large lettering on obverse (ESC 3156 {1363}; S.3940); additionally, large rose (2), 1895: 1896 (ESC 3160-61 {1364A-65}; S.3940A), all lustrous, choice mint state (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shillings, large rose (5), 1897-1901 (ESC 3162-66 {1366-70}; S.3940A), the obverse of second once cleaned, very fine thus, otherwise all lustrous, practically mint state (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Sixpences (9), 1893-1901, old veiled head left, rev. value in wreath (ESC 3285, 3287-94 {1762, 1764-71}; S.3941), some toned, otherwise generally lustrous, several choice, extremely fine to uncirculated (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Threepences (9), 1893-1901, old veiled head left, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 3444, 3446-54 {2104, 2106-13}; S.3942), some toned, otherwise lustrous, all about uncirculated or near so (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1893 (4) (ESC 3551 {2508}; S.3943), hint of cabinet friction, otherwise brilliant, as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1894 (4) (ESC 3552 {2509}; S.3943), all toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1895 (4) (ESC 3553 {2510}; S.3943), attractive blue iridescence, otherwise brilliant, as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1896 (4) (ESC 3554 {2511}; S.3943), dull tone overlying brilliant surfaces, otherwise uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1897 (4) (ESC 3555 {2512}; S.3943), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1898 (4) (ESC 3556 {2513}; S.3943), light tone, otherwise brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1899 (4)(ESC 3557 {2514}; S.3943), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1900 (4) (ESC 3558 {2515}; S.3943), toned, otherwise uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1901 (4) (ESC 3559 {2516}; S.3943), attractively toned, although the Fourpence once cleaned on obverse, otherwise generally uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1703, first draped bust left, vigo below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, angles plain, .+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni tertio on edge (ESC 1340 {99}; S.3576), flan flaw above English, and adjustment marks to French shields, otherwise lustrous, almost extremely fineThe incorporation of vigo below the bust denotes that the bullion was originally captured by Admiral George Rooke from the Spanish fleet at Vigo bay, and as such its coining was nothing short of a diplomatic taunt.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Te...

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1705, rev. seven strings to harp, plumes in angles, .++ decvs et tvtamen anno regni qvinto on edge (ESC 1341 {100}; S.3577), rubbed with a hint of tone, very fine or near so, the key date of seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1706, rev. six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni qvinto (ESC 1342 {101}; S.3578), toned, very fine or near soprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, July 1994, no. 4804 (illus.) - £165The incorporation of roses and plumes in the reverse quarters denotes that the bullion was originally supplied by the London Lead CompanySubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1703 vigo, draped bust left, vigo below, rev. crowned shield cruciform, eight strings to harp, angles plain, +.+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni tertio (ESC 1358 {659}; S.3580), a most pleasingly toned example with all but faint cabinet friction across otherwise lustrous surfaces, good extremely fine, rare thusprovenanceSpink 98, 16 June 1993, lot 494Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1704, rev. seven strings to harp, plumes in angles, +.+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni tertio (ESC 1359 {570}; S.3581), once cleaned, now retoned, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1705, rev. eight strings to harp, plumes in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni qvinto (ESC 1360 {571}; S.3581), toned, very fine or betterprovenance Spink Numismatic Circular, September 1993, no. 6205 (illus.) - £190Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1706, rev. nine strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni qvinto on edge (ESC 1361 {572}; S.3582), flecking and other surface marks obscuring otherwise lightly toned and lustrous surfaces, a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1702, first draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings in harp, angles plain (ESC 1385 {1128}; S.3583), good very fineprovenanceSpink, 4 December 2012, lot 300Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1702, first bust, vigo below, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1387 {1130}; S.3585), light tone, otherwise very fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, September 1994, no. 5856 - £90Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1703, second bust, vigo below, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1388 {1131}; S.3586), the odd surface fleck, otherwise lightly toned, near extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1704, second bust, rev. six strings to harp, plumes in angles (ESC 1390 {1133}; S.3588), flecking streaks across otherwise toned and lustrous surfaces, good very fine or better, rare thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1705, rev. six strings in harp, plumes in angles (ESC 1392 {1135}; S.3588), once dipped, very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1703, draped bust left, vigo below, rev. crowned early shields cruciform, six strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1446 {1582}; S.3590), lustrous, a bold portrait, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1705, rev. early shields, four strings to harp, plumes in angles (ESC 1448 {1584}; S.3592), toned, good very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1703 (4), draped bust left, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 1473 {2393}; S.3599), generally very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy coins, 1704 (4), Fourpences (2); Threepence and Twopence (ESC 1481; 1496; 1509 {1887, 2007, 2211}; S.3595; 3596a; 3597), very fine or better (4)As no Penny was issued for 1704, this composite group represents the complete and available 'set' for the yearSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1705 (4) (ESC 1474 {2394}; S.3599), fine to near very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1706 (4) (ESC 1475 {2395}; S.3599), very fine to near extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy coins, 1707 (2), Threepence and Twopence (ESC 1499; 1415 {2010; 2216}; S.3596b, 3597), very fine or better (2)As no Fourpences or Pennies were issued for 1707, this composite pairing represents the complete and available 'set' for the yearSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1708 (4) (ESC 1476 {2396}; S.3599), well-matched 'set' with attractive cabinet tone, extremely fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1709 (4) (ESC 1477 {2397}; S.3599), the Fourpence once wiped, otherwise generally very fine to good very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1710 (4) (ESC 1478 {2398}; S.3599), all bright and lustrous, the 4d extremely fine, the rest very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1713 (4) (ESC 1479 {2399}; S.3599), toned, very fine to extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1707, Edinburgh, second bust left, e below, rev., nine strings to harp, angles plain, *** decvs * et * tvtamen *** anno regni * sexto on edge (ESC 1352 {103}; S.3600), once wiped, now retoned with light rim furling, otherwise about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1708, second bust, rev., nine strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni septimo on edge (ESC 1346 {108}; S.3601), once wiped and dipped, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1713, third bust left, rev., eight strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, ++ decvs et tvtamen anno regni dvodecimo on edge (ESC 1349 {109}; S.3603), a few scuffs and traces of adjustment, otherwise lightly toned, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1707, rev. eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni septimo on edge (ESC 1366 {574}; S.3604), the odd trace of flecking, otherwise attractively toned, especially in recesses, extremely fine or near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1708, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni septimo on edge (ESC 1370 {577}; S.3604), nicely toned, near extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1709, rev., eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni octavo on edge (ESC 1371 {579}; S.3604), once buffed, now with patchy retoning and adjustment marks, a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1710, rev. seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, +.+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni nono on edge (ESC 1372 {581}; S.3607), light flecking, otherwise almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1712, rev. seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, +.+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni undecimo on edge (ESC 1374 {582}; S.3607), adjustment marks across cheek, otherwise attractively toned and boldly struck, extremely fine, the reverse virtually mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1713, rev. eight strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, +.+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni dvodecimo on edge (ESC 1375 {584}; S.3607), once wiped on obverse and haymarked, otherwise residually lustrous, a bold very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrown, 1714, rev. eight strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo tertio on edge (ESC 1377 {585}; S.3607), once wiped now retoned, otherwise near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1707, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1395 {1141}; S.3610), light flecking across nicely toned and residually lustrous surfaces, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1708, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1399 {1147}; S.3610), light flecking, otherwise deep tone overlying lustrous surfaces, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1709, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1402 {1154}; S.3610), softly struck on high points, the portrait otherwise neatly framed by dark peripheral tone, the reverse residually iridescent, better than very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shillings (2), 1710, rev. six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1403 {1155}; S.3614), once mounted but skillfully removed to leave but little trace of fouling to fields around the crowned French and Irish shields and other related small nicks and scratches, accordingly rubbed, otherwise a bold fine; another, 1711, fourth bust left, rev. six strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1408 {1157}; S.3618), about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1712, rev., six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1410 {1159}; S.3617), near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1713 over 2, rev., six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1411 {1160}; S.3617), tone overlying residual lustre, a pleasing very fineprovenanceDNW 86, 16 June 2010, lot 756Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Shilling, 1714, rev. six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1412 {1161}; S.3617), scratch behind bust, otherwise boldly struck, good very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1707, rev. seven strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1453 {1587}; S.3619), toned, with underlying residual lustre, extremely fineprovenanceL M Noad, Rasmussen, list 30, Spring 2017, C109 (illus.) - £450 - "practically as struck"Dr Miller, collection purchased en bloc by Spink, 1977Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1707, rev. five strings to harp, plumes in angles (ESC 1455 {1590}; S.3623), lightly flecked and with some cabinet friction to high points, otherwise boldly struck and attractively toned, extremely fine, the reverse better stillprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, July 1993, no. 4437 (illus.) - £145Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1708, rev. five strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1456 {1591}; S.3619), toned and lustrous, approaching mint state, but for carbon spot on truncationprovenanceSpink 109, 4 July 1995, lot 195Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1710, rev. six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1459 {1595}; S.3624), once lightly wiped on obverse, otherwise near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Sixpence, 1711, rev., five strings to harp, normal lis, angles plain (ESC 1460 {1596}; S.3619), toned and lustrous, extremely fine or near so, the portrait boldSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-14), Pattern Farthing, 1714, in copper, anna dei gratia, no stops, draped bust left, inside linear and toothed border, rev. britan-nia, Britannia seated left, date in exergue, edge plain, small flan, 5.67g (BMC [Peck] 741; S.3625), almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Dollar of Five Shillings, 1804, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, top leaf to centre of e in rex, no stop afterwards, rev. Britannia in tablet, k in relief below shield (ESC 1951 {164}; S.3768), details of host coin apparent with traces of portraiture at the periphery of obverse fields, light graffiti before chin, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Dollar of Five Shillings and Sixpence, 1811, a later striking in copper, after John Phillp, second laureate and draped bust left, five berries in wreath, stop only after rex, rev. inverted die axis, bank token 5s. 6d. 1811 in four lines inside wreath, initials below between ties, edge plain, 32.78g, 42mm. (cf. L&S 129-130; cf. ESC 1999-2000, obv. K, rev. 5a {cf. 206}; S-), brilliant prooflike surfaces, as struck, scarceprovenanceSpink 157, 15 November 2001, lot 541 - £520H Selig, part II, Spink 131, 2 March 1999, lot 1252 - £550Spink 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 656S...

George III (1760-1820), Three-Shillings (2), 1811; 1812, smaller laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. value and date in wreath (ESC 2063, 2075 {407, 415}; S.3769), good very fine to near extremely fine, the second once cleaned (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Three-Shillings (3), 1813-1815, larger laureate head right (ESC 2082-85 {421-24}; S.3770), good very fine to extremely fine, the second best, but stained, the third once cleaned (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Three-Shillings, 1816 (ESC 2085 [R3] {424}; S.3770), once lightly cleaned, otherwise, near extremely fine, very rareprovenanceDNW 75, 26 September 2007, lot 474 - £1,300Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Eighteenpence (2), 1811; 1812, smaller laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. value and date in wreath (ESC 2112, 2114 {969, 971}; S.3771), the first prooflike, the second lustrous, both possibly once wiped, neverthelss, extremely fine or better (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Eighteenpence (5), 1812-16, larger laureate head right (ESC 2115, 2119, 2121-23 {972, 976-79}; S.3771), most lustrous, about extremely fine or better (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1860, dies 1+B, 'bun' head left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (Freeman 6; S.3954), softly struck but with attractive tone overlying residual peripheral lustre, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (4), 1860, dies 2+D (Freeman 10); another, 1861, dies 6+G (Freeman 33); also, 1862, dies 6+G (Freeman 39); lastly, 1863, dies 6+G (Freeman 42), lustrous, all near uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, 1864, dies 6+G (2), type i, 'upper serif 4' (Freeman 48); another, type ii, 'crosslet 4' (Freeman 49; S.3954), both lightly wiped or greased, the first more so, very fine or slightly better thus, the second with residual mint colour a spot of verdigris in legend otherwise about extremely fine, both rare (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, dies 6+G (4), 1865 (Freeman 50); another, 1866 (Freeman 52); also, 1867 (Freeman 53); lastly, 1868 (Freeman 56), all lustrous, about uncirculated or very near so, the last a scarcer date in series (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1869, dies 6+G (Freeman 59; S.3954), once lightly wiped, otherwise almost extremely fine, rare, a key date in seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1870, dies 6+G (Freeman 60; S.3954), practically as struck, a scarcer date in seriesprovenanceDNW 111, 12 June 2013, lot 442Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1871, dies 6+G (Freeman 61; S.3954), a few faint marks on neck, otherwise with much residual colour, good extremely fine or better, a scarcer date in seriesprovenanceSpink 200, 1 and 5 October 2009, lot 303Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (5), dies 6+G (3), 1872 (Freeman 62); another, 1873 (Freeman 64); also, 1874 (Freeman 65); another, 1874, dies 7+H (Freeman 72); lastly, 1875, narrow date, dies 8+H (Freeman 80; S.3954), varying degress of colour from residual to full mint state, extremely fine to near uncirculated (5)provenanceii) Baldwin 55, 7 May 2008, lot 2488Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (6), dies 8+J (3), 1875, 'wide date' (Freeman 82); another, 1877 (Freeman 91); also, 1878 (Freeman 94); also dies 9+J (3), 1879 (Freeman 97); 1880 (Freeman 99); lastly, 1881 (Freeman 102; S.3954), varying degrees of colour from residual to full mint state, extremely fine to near uncirculated (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1879, 'narrow date', dies 9+K (Freeman 98; S.3954), chocolatey-patina, almost extremely fine, rareprovenanceSpink 227, 17-18 December 2014, lot 886 C Adams, Spink 164, 23 July 2003, lot 275 (via Gouby)Croydon Coin Auctions, May 1995, lot 169Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1874-H, 'narrow date', dies 6+I (Freeman 69; S.3955), lustrous especially to reverse, otherwise good extremely fine, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, Heaton mint (6), 1874-H, dies 6+G (Freeman 66); also, dies 8+J (2), 1875-H (Freeman 85); another, 1876-H (Freeman 87); another, 1876-H, dies 8+K (Freeman 89); 1881-H, dies 11+M (Freeman 108); lastly, 1882-H, dies 12+N (Freeman 115; S.3955), variable lustre from residual to much surface colouring, extremely fine to about uncirculated (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (6), 1883, dies 11+N (Freeman 116); also, dies 12+N (5) 1884 (Freeman 119); another, 1885 (Freeman 121); another, 1886 (Freeman 123); also, 1887 (Freeman 125); lastly, 1888 (Freeman 126; S.3954), the last once wiped, a bold very fine, otherwise variable lustre but most with much mint colour, extremely fine to uncirculate (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (6), 1889, dies 13+N (Freeman 128); also, dies 12+N (5), 1890 (Freeman 130); another, 1891 (Freeman 132); another, 1892 (Freeman 134); also, 1893 (Freeman 136); lastly, 1894 (Freeman 138; S.3954), all residually lustrous and practically mint state (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (5), 1860 (2), beaded border, dies 1+A, 'bun' head left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (Freeman 258); another, similar, toothed border, dies 2+B (Freeman 261); also, 1861, dies 4+G, door to base of light house (Freeman 273); also, 1862, dies 7+G (Freeman 289); lastly, 1863, dies 7+G, 'small upper 3' in date (Freeman 294; S.3956), variable surviving mint colour, the last with striking softness around date, otherwise generally extremely fine or better (5)provenanceiii) M Rasmussen, list 5, Summer 2003, C74 - £135Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premi...

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies, dies 7+G (6), 1864 (Freeman 293); another, 1865 (Freeman 296); also, 1866 (Freeman 298); 1867 (Freeman 300); 1868 (Freeman 303); lastly, 1870 (Freeman 307; S.3956), lustrous, extremely fine to about as struck with much residual colour (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1869, dies 7+G (Freeman 306; S.3956), specks of carbon spotting to periphery, otherwise much mint colour, extremely fine or better, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1871, dies 7+G (Freeman 308; S.3956), much mint colour, extremely fine or better, but for die wear to Britannia's face, a scarce date in seriesPreviously in NGC holder, graded MS64 BrownSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (9), dies 7+G (2), 1872 (Freeman 309); another, 1873 (Freeman 310); also, 1874, dies 9+J, 'older features' (Freeman 316); 1875, dies 11+J (Freeman 321); another, 1877, dies 14+J (Freeman 332); also, dies 14+O (2), 1878, 'narrow date' (Freeman 334); another 1879 (Freeman 338); additionally, 1880, dies 15+P (Freeman 340); lastly, 1881, dies 15+O (Freeman 342; S.3956), some with uneven or unnatural tone, otherwise most lustrous, with varying degrees of mint colour, extremely fine to about uncirculated (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informatio...

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies, Heaton mint (6), 1874-H, dies 10+J (Freeman 318); 1875-H, dies 13+K* (Freeman 323); 1876-H (2), dies 13+K*, 'wide date' (Freeman 325); another, dies 14+M, 'narrow date' (Freeman 329); also, 1881-H, dies 16+Q (Freeman 344); lastly, 1882-H, dies 19+S (Freeman 347; S.3956), all lustrous and practically as struck (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies, dies 17+S (6), 1883; 1884; 1885; 1886; 1887; 1888 (Freeman 349; 352; 354; 356; 358; 359; S.3956), lustrous, extremely fine to about as struck with much residual colour (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1889 over 8, dies 17+S (Freeman 361; S.3956), dull patina overlying lustrous surfaces, good extremely fine, very rare, in CGS holder, graded UNC 80Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies, dies 17+S (6), 1889; 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894 (Freeman 360; 362; 364; 366; 368; 369; S.3956), lustrous, extremely fine to about as struck with much residual colour (6)provenancevi) Baldwin 70, 28 September 2011, lot 248Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (6), 1860 (2), beaded border, dies 1+A (Freeman 496); another, toothed border (Freeman 499); also, dies 3+B, five berries in wreath (4), 1861 (Freeman 503); and, 1862 (Freeman 507); also, 1863 (Freeman 509); lastly, 1864, without serif (Freeman 511), extremely fine to almost uncirculated with varying degrees of mint colour, the fifth a scarce date (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings, dies 3+B (6), 1865 (Freeman 512); also, 1866 (Freeman 514); another, 1867 (Freeman 516); and, 1868 (Freeman 519); 1869 (Freeman 522); lastly, 1872 (Freeman 523; S.3958), variable lustre from residual to much, extremely fine to about uncirculated, 1869 a scarcer date (6)Note: No Farthings were struck for 1870 or 1871.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (6), dies 3+B (2), 1873 (Freeman 524); also, 1875 (Freeman 528); dies 5+C (2), 1878 (Freeman 536); another, 1879, 'ordinary 9' (Freeman 538); 1880, dies 5+D (Freeman 541); lastly, 1881, dies 6+C (Freeman 545; S.3958), variable states of lustre from residual to much, extremely fine to almost uncirculated (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings, Heaton mint (5), 1874-H, dies 4+C, 'older features' (Freeman 525); also, dies 5+C (2), 1875-H (Freeman 532); another, 1876-H, 'normal 6' (Freeman 534); 1881-H, dies 7+E (Freeman 548); lastly, 1882-H, dies 7+F (Freeman 549; S.3959), most residually lustrous, extremely fine or better, the third scarce, the fourth choice, practically as struck (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings, dies 7+F (6), 1883; 1884; 1885; 1886; 1887; 1888 (Freeman 551; 553; 555; 557; 559; 560; S.3958), variable lustrous, extremely fine to near uncirculated, the first a scarcer date (6)Note: No Farthings were struck for 1890.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings, dies 7+F (6), 1890; 1891; 1892; 1893; 1894; 1895 (Freeman 562; 564; 566; 568; 569; 570; S.3958), variable lustre, the first choice, extremely fine to about uncirculated, that last the scarcer last year of issue (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Third-Farthings [for use in Malta] (7), 1866; 1868; 1876; 1878; 1881; 1884; 1885, young head left, rev. crowned value in wreath (S.3960), varying degrees of lustre, the fifth choice, extremely fine to uncirculated (7)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (7), 1895-1901, old veiled head left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (Freeman 141; 143; 145; 149; 150; 153; 154; S.3961), some toned, most lustrous, all mint state or near so (7)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (7), 1895-1901, old veiled head left, rev. Britannia seated left, date in exergue (Freeman 370; 371/2; 373/4; 375-378; S.3962), additionally, Farthings (7), 1895-1897, as before (Freeman 571-72; 574/5; S.3963), also, "dark finish", similar (Freeman 576-79; S.3964), variable lustre from residual to full, all about uncirculated (14)From 1897, the Royal Mint began artificially darkening Farthings in response to growing complaints from the public that the usually "bright finish" coins were easily confused with a Half-Sovereign.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium...

"Coronet" Coin Cabinet, in mahogany, with glass fronting, accommodates 30 assorted trays with additional lower and side draws, runners occasionally stiff, otherwise in good condition, subsequent labelling to traysSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

"Coronet" Coin Cabinet, in mahogany, with glass fronting, accommodates 30 assorted trays with additional lower and side draws, runners occasionally stiff, otherwise in good condition, subsequent labelling to traysSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1662, first laureate and draped bust right, rose below, rev. first crowned shields cruciform, 12 strings to harp, cypher in angles, +*decvs et tvtamen closely spaced on edge (ESC 340 {15A} - but 12 strings not recorded; S.3350), toned with a die flaw through English shield, otherwise about very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1663, first bust variety, rev. no stop after fra, second revised shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, ++ decvs et tvtamen * anno regni xv on edge (ESC 357 [R3] {26}; S.3354), about very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1664, reduced flan diameter, second bust, rev. nine strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen * anno regni xvi on edge (ESC 362 {28}; S.3355), toned, fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1665, rev. eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen * anno regni xvii on edge (ESC 365 [R3] {31}; S.3355), softly struck, especially to periphery, otherwise lightly toned, a pleasing fine, the reverse better, very rareprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 5, Summer 2003, no. 147 (illus.) - £1,475M Kaufman collectionK R Wooster, "An important collection of Charles II Crowns", Spink 85, 23 July 1991, lot 502 (to Kaufman)R F Huth, Sotheby, 4 April 1927, lot 459 - "fine for this very rare date, the year of the Plague" - £5 (to Spink)T Wakley, Sotheby, 6-8 December 1909, lot 150...

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1666, rev. five strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen * anno regni xviii on edge (ESC 366 {32}; S.3355), toned, near very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1667, rev. six strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen an reg decimo nono on edge (ESC 372 {35A}; S.3357), toned with rub and very slight rim bruising, otherwise a bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1668, rev. six strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo on edge (ESC 373 {36}; S.3357), good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1669, rev. eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo primo on edge (cf. Willis part 2, lot 33; ESC 378 {R3} {38} - but eight strings not recorded; S.3357), only fair, but a very rare dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1670, rev. nine strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo secvndo on edge (ESC 380 {40}; S.3357), scratch before face, otherwise a softer fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1670 over 69, rev. ten strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo secvndo on edge (ESC 381 {R2} {41}; S.3357), very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1671, third bust, rev. no stop after hib, eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo tertio on edge (ESC 386 {43}; S.3358), toned, with an attractively bold portrait, good very fine or better albeit for softly struck reverseprovenanceSt James' 36, 19 April 2016, lot 122Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1672, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvarto on edge (ESC 388 {45}; S.3358), struck on a broader flan as characteristic for the date, otherwise some residual brilliance, very fine or near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1673, rev. eight strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvinto on edge (ESC 390 {47}; S.3358), obverse once wiped with dig above head, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1675 over 3, rev. t over e (?) in et, six strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo septimo on edge (ESC 396 [R5] {50A}; S.3358), flatter details with light rim bruising, otherwise fine or better, very rareprovenanceDNW 63, 7 October 2004, lot 344Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1676, rev. six strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo octavo on edge (ESC 397 {51}; S.3358), toned, very fineprovenancePurchased Bonhams, 10 June 1993Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1677, rev. seven strings to harp, * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo nono on edge (ESC 398 {52}; S.3358), possibly once gilt, otherwise a bold fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1677 over 6, 'boar's head flaw' above head, rev. six strings to harp, * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo nono on edge (ESC 399 [R2] {53}; S.3358), a soft fine, the die flaw clearSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1678 over 7, rev. seven strings to harp, * + * decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo on edge (ESC 402 [R2] {55}; S.3358), a few surface and adjustment marks to periphery, otherwise about fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1679, fourth bust, rev. six strings to harp, ++ decvs et tvtamen anno .. regni tricesimo primo irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 405 {56} - but 6 strings not recorded; S.3359), the obverse lightly wiped, otherwise about very fine, the reverse betterprovenanceC J Boismason, DNW 138, 12 December 2016, lot 2033 Spink Numismatic Circular, April 2004, MS5801 (illus.) - £550Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1680, third bust, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo secvndo irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 408 [R2] {58}; S.3358), peripheral softness, otherwise a bold fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1681, fourth bust, rev. no stop after hib, eight strings to harp, ++ decvs et tvtamen anno . . . regni tricesimo tertio on edge (ESC 414 {64}; S.3359), toned, very fine, the reverse betterprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 22, Winter 2011-2012, C89 (illus.) - £600J M Ashby, Spink 145 12-14 July 2000, lot 2406Purchased Brighton, March 1933Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1682 over 1, rev. six strings to harp, ++ decvs et tvtamen anno . . . . regni tricesimo qvrrto - {qvarto over tertio} in small, spaced lettering on edge (ESC 418 [R2] {65B}; S.3359), very fine or near so, the reverse betterprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 22, Winter 2011-2012 , C92 (illus.) - £675 Spink 129, 17 November 1998, lot 145 - £550Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1683, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo qvinto on edge (ESC 419 [R2] {66}; S.3359), quite flat, only fair thus, but a legible and rare dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1684, rev. eight strings to harp, + + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo sexto on edge (ESC 420 {67}; S.3359), almost fine, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1663, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni xv on edge (ESC 438 {457}; S.3361), a die flaw in obverse legend, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1664, second bust, rev. six strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen * anno regni xvi on edge (ESC 445 {R2} {460}; S.3362), an unfortunate flan defect from hair through to French shield, otherwise a bold very fine, the reverse pleasingly crisply struck, a scarcer dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1666 over 4, third bust, elephant below, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen * anno regni xviii on edge (ESC 447 {R3} {462}; S.3364), hints of adjustment marks, otherwise fine, the portrait better, rareprovenanceP Bateman, Bonhams, 4 June 1998, lot 372Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1668 over 4, third bust, v of carolvs over misplaced s, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo on edge (ESC 449 {R2} {464}; S.3365), a pleasing fine, scarceprovenance Spink Numismatic Circular, July 1994, no. 4871 - £175Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1669, rev. eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo primo on edge (ESC 450 {R5} {465}; S.3365), quite rubbed, only fair thus, the unaltered date nevertheless most distinct, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1669 over 4, rev. nine strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen * anno regni vicesimo primo on edge (ESC 452 {R3} {466}; S.3365), good fine, albeit the portrait softly struck, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1670, rev. no stop after hib, eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo secvndo on edge (ESC 453 {467}; S.3365), light cabinet tone with some residual lustre, good fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1671, third bust variety, rev. nine strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo tertio on edge (ESC 457 {468}; S.3366), attractive tone, only occasionally impaired by light flecking, otherwise pleasing, very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1671 over 0, rev. eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo tertio on edge (ESC 458 {469}; S.3366), obtrusive flan flaws to portrait, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1672, rev. six strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvarto on edge (ESC 459 {471}; S.3366), lightly flecked in fields, otherwise good fine or betterprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 4, Spring 2003, C3 - £325Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1673, fourth bust, rev. six strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvinto, on edge (ESC 463 {473}; S.3367), light flecking, otherwise good fine, the reverse better and somewhat lustrousSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1674, rev. six strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo sexto, on edge (ESC 466 [R2] {476}; S.3367), rub to portrait, otherwise residually toned, good fine, scarceprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, July 1994, no. 4873 (illus.) - £175Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1675, 'retrograde 1', rev. six strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo septimo, on edge (ESC 470 [R2] {477A}; S.3367), fine, the reverse better, with a hint of residual toneSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1676, rev. seven strings to harp, * * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo octavo, on edge (ESC 471 {478}; S.3367), residual lustre, very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1677, rev. seven strings to harp, * decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo nono, on edge (ESC 475 {479}; S.3367), flawing and weakness by date, otherwise toned, about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1678, rev. five strings to harp, * + * decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo, on edge (ESC 478 [R4] {480}; S.3367), struck with worn dies with further rubbing, thus fair, but rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1679, rev. seven strings to harp, + + decvs et tvtamen anno . . regni tricesimo primo, irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 480 {481}; S.3367), slight rub to portrait, the fields otherwise lustrous, the reverse especially so with further overlying cabinet tone, very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1680, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo secvndo, irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 489 [R3] {485}; S.3367), toned, good fine, a rare dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1681, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno . . regni tricesimo tertio, irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 491 {486}; S.3367), dark tone with heavier adjustment marks to periphery, otherwise about very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1681, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno . . regni tricesimo tertio, irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 491 {486}; S.3367), surface roughness, otherwise underlying struck detail good fine or betterprovenanceB Pritchard, Baldwins 57, 23-24 September 2008, lot 462 - wherein described as: "1681 over 0"Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1682, rev. seven strings to harp, + + decvs et tvtamen anno . . . regni tricesimo qvarto, irregularly spaced on edge (ESC 493 [R2] {489}; S.3367), lightly flecked with further hints of adjustment at date, very fine or near so, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1682 over 79, rev. seven strings to harp, + . . . . + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo qvarto, on edge (ESC 495 [R4] {489B}; S.3367), somewhat flat, the overdate nevertheless clear, good to fair, but very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1683, rev. seven strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo qvinto, on edge (ESC 497 {490}; S.3367), a linear scratch below chin, with further light rim stipling, faint flecking across otherwise attractively toned surfaces, almost extremely fineprovenanceDNW 90, 9 December 2010, lot 509Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1684 over 3, rev. six strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tricesimo sexto, on edge (ESC 499 [R4] {492}; S.3367), fair, but very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1663, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. inverted die axis, crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, cypher in angles (ESC 500 {1022}; S.3371), weakness to French shield, otherwise lustrous, the portrait particularly bold, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1666, first bust variety, elephant below, rev. stop after hib, five strings to harp (cf. ESC 507 {1026}; S.3373), scrubbed and previously gilt to pass as a Guinea, accordingly poor, but nevetheless rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1668, second bust, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 511 {1030}; S.3375), a few flecks, otherwise toned, about very fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, February 1995, no. 211 - £95Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1668 over 7 or 3, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 513 [R2] {1030A}; S.3375), once lightly wiped and with faint flecking, otherwise very fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1669 over 6, first bust variety, rev. seven strings to harp, oblique milling on edge (ESC 515 [R6] {1031}; S.3372), the reverse very softly struck, with general light pitting to surfaces, the portrait and overdate otherwise clear, about fine/poor, but excessively rareprovenanceLord Hamilton of Dalzell MC, Spink 3, 21 February 1979, lot 82 - "fair, but of the highest rarity" - £260Purchased Spink, July 1959H A Parsons, Glendining 11-13 May 1954, lot 549 part (illus.) - "well preserved and excessively rare" - £22Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more info...

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1670, second bust, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 517 [R2] {1033}; S.3375), a pleasing fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1671, second bust, plume below, rev. no stop after hib, plume in centre, five strings to harp (ESC 520 [R2] {1035}; S.3376), an unsightly surface flaw through Scottish and French shields, otherwise lustrous, a pleasing very fine, albeit softly struck, scarceprovenanceH A Parsons, Sotheby, 28-29 October 1929, lot 621 [part] (illus.) - £2.12.0 (to Spink)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1672, second bust, rev. stop after hib, five strings to harp (ESC 521 {1036}; S.3375), good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1673, rev. no stop after hib, e of et over b or r, five strings to harp (ESC 522 [R2] {1037}; S.3375), adjustment marks across portrait, otherwise fine, rareprovenanceP Bateman, Bonhams, 4 June 1998, lot 403Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1674, second bust, plume below, rev. plume in centre, seven strings to harp (ESC 526 [R2] {1040}; S.3376), rubbed and toned, fair, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1675 over 4, second bust, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 534 [R6] {1045}; S.3375), fair, the overdate nevertheless clear, extremely rareprovenanceP Bateman, Bonhams, 4 June 1998, lot 406Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1676, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 536 {1047}; S.3375), dig before nose, otherwise a bold fine, the reverse considerably betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1677, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 542 {1050}; S.3375), dig above hair, otherwise about fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1678, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 543 [R2] {1052}; S.3375), slight flan warp, otherwise with residual lustre, fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1679, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 545 {1054}; S.3375), fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1680 over 79, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 551 [R6] {1058}; S.3375), about fine, extremely rareprovenanceLord Hamilton of Dalzell MC, Spink 3, 21 February 1979, lot 107 - "a well preserved fine, only a few examples known" - £420Purchased Spink, July 1959H A Parsons, Glendining 11-13 May 1954, lot 554Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1681 over 0, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 554 [R5] {1061A}; S.3375), adjustment marks to reverse otherwise a bold fine, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1682 over 1, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 556 [R4] {1063}; S.3375), waterworn, otherwise near fine, the reverse better, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1683, fourth bust right, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 558 [R2] {1065}; S.3381), a hint of flecking to reverse, otherwise almost extremely fine, rare thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1684, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 559 {1066} - but 7 strings not recorded; S.3381), heavy flan flecking on cheek and through French arms, otherwise toned, a bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1674, laureate and draped bust right, rev. no stop after hib, crowned shields cruciform, cypher in angles, four strings to harp (ESC 566 {1512}; S.3382), hint of tone to reverse, otherwise almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1675 over 4, rev. four strings to harp (ESC 568 {1514} - but 4 strings not recorded; S.3382), cabinet tone overlying lustrous surfaces, good very fine or betterprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 3, Autumn 2002, no. 264 - £345Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1675 over 4, rev. four strings to harp (ESC 568 {1514} - but 4 strings not recorded; S.3382), scratches behind head, otherwise almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1676 over 5, rev. four strings to harp (ESC 570 {1515A}; S.3382), light tone, softly struck, otherwise good fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, June 1997, no. 2939 (illus.) - £125Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1677, rev. g over o or d in mag (?), three strings to harp (ESC 572 {-}; cf. S.3382), attractive residual tone, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1678 over 7, rev. g over o or d in mag (?), four strings to harp (ESC 573 {1517}; S.3382), burnished and retoned surfaces, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1679, rev. g over o or d in mag (?), four strings to harp (ESC 574 {1518}; S.3382), toned, good very fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, September 1994, no. 5879 - £120Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1680, rev. three strings to harp (ESC 576 [R2] {1519}; S.3382), light graffiti before chin, otherwise toned, fine or better, a scarcer dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1681, rev. three strings to harp (ESC 577 {1520}; S.3382), light adjustment marks to reverse, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1682 over 1, rev. three strings to harp (ESC 579 [R2] {1522}; S.3382), once wiped and flecking to reverse but with residual lustre, almost very fine, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1683, rev. three strings to harp (ESC 580 {1523}; S.3382), struck with rusty dies, otherwise attractively toned, extremely fine or very near soprovenancePurchased Baldwin, March 2011 - £850Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpence, 1684, rev. four strings to harp (ESC 581 {1524}; S.3382), toned with underlying lustre, very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, undated, first milled issue (4), 'Coronation' bust left, value behind, rev. shield over cross moline (ESC 590 {2365}; S.3391), the Threepence and Twopence dipped, otherwise a well-matched 'set', very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1670 (4), laureate and draped bust right, rev. cypher (ESC 593 {2366}; S.3392), toned with some rub, very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1671 (4) (ESC 594 {2367}; S.3392), toned, fair to fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1672 over 1 (4) (ESC 595 {2368}; S.3392), the larger denominations good fine, the smaller good very fine or better, the Twopence with surface marks (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1673 (4) (ESC 596 {2369}; S.3392), toned, very fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1674 (4) (ESC 597 {2370}; S.3392), toned, fair to fine, the last with marks (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1675 (4) (ESC 598 [R2] {2371}; S.3392), toned, fine, the small denominations better, a scarcer date set (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1676 (4) (ESC 599 {2372}; S.3392), fair to fine, the Threepence apparently struck with a Fourpence obverse die (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1677 (4) (ESC 600 {2373}; S.3392), toned, very fine or better, the Penny lustrous, extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1678 (4), the Fourpence 1678 over 7 (ESC 601 [R2] {2374}; S.3392), fine or better, a scarcer date set (4)provenanceDNW 41, 3 June 1999, lot 1304Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1679 (4) (ESC 602 {2375}; S.3392), toned with some flecking, otherwise very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1680 (4) (ESC 603 {2376}; S.3392), toned, very fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1681 (4) (ESC 604 [R2] {2377}; S.3392), toned, fine to very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1682 (4) (ESC 605 {2378}; S.3392), very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1683 (4) (ESC 606 {2379}; S.3392), toned, very fine or near so (4)provenanceSpink 104, 6 July 1994, lot 258Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1684 (4), the Fourpence: 1684 over 3 (ESC 607 {2380}; S.3392), fine or better, the Penny toned, extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), "Pattern" Maundy Twopence, 1668, laureate and draped bust right, rev. en médaille, cypher, 0.94g (ESC 675 {2170}; S.3388), toned, almost extremely fine, scarceThe production of this issue in medal alignment, as in the style of contemporary trial strikings by John Roettier for Farthings, as well as the notable absence of other 'Maundy' strikings for this date has led to the speculative identification of these as Patterns.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1672, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust left, rev. Britannia seated left (BMC [Peck] 506; S.3393), spots of verdigris, otherwise good fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1673 (BMC [Peck] 510; S.3393), a few carbon spots and other surface marks, otherwise well struck for issue, extremely fine or near soprovenanceSlaney, part 1, Spink 163, 15 May 2003, lot 249 - "a few light surface marks, good extremely fine for this usually poor issue, a superb specimen"With his ticket of purchase for 35/-Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1675 (BMC [Peck] 516; S.3393), a bold portrait, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Pattern Farthing, 1665, in silver, by J Roettier, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. en médaille, qvator ma-ria vindico, Britannia seated left, britannia in exergue, edge straight grained, 5.73g (BMC [Peck] 414, {1b+A}; S-), wiped surfaces but with underlying lustre, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Pattern Farthing, 1671, in copper, by J Roettier, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. inverted die axis, britan-nia, Britannia seated left, date in exergue, edge plain, 6.32g (BMC [Peck] 436, {1a+A}; S-), good fineprovenanceCNG Mailbid sale 61, 25 September 2002, lot 2664Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthing, 1672 (BMC [Peck] 519; S.3394), dull surfaces, but with a hint of residual lustre, good very fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, March 2008Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthing, 1673 (BMC [Peck] 522; S.3394), softly struck, near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthing, 1674 (BMC [Peck] 527; S.3394), a pleasingly good very fineprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 21, Summer 2011, no. 129 - £325Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthing, 1675 (BMC [Peck] 528; S.3394), traces of lustre and ghosting in fields, extremely fine or near soprovenancePurchased Cooke, October 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Pattern Farthing, 1676, in silver, by J Roettier, on a broad flan, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, hair flowing over nape of neck, rev. en médaille, qvator ma-ria vindico, Britannia seated left, britannia in exergue, edge plain, 5.97g (BMC [Peck] 492; S-), rub to high points, otherwise toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Farthing, 1679 (BMC [Peck] 530; S.3394), a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles II (1660-85), Tin Farthing (with copper plug), 1684, nvmmorvm * famvlvs * 1684 * on edge, 5.43g (BMC [Peck] 532; S.3395), edge knock to reverse 5 o'clock, the surfaces exhibiting light general corrosion, otherwise bold, very fine or better, scarceprovenancePurchased Cooke, December 1996Unsurprisingly in the years following the first regular issue of Regal copper coinage, dissatisfied mutterings came loudest from native British tin miners. By the early 1680s, in an attempt to bolster their industry in the face steadily falling metal prices, and the gradual realisation that the producti...

Charles II (1660-85), Tin Farthing (with copper plug), 1685, nvmmorvm * famvlvs * 1685 [*] on edge, 5.37g (BMC [Peck] 538; S.3395), significant wear to reverse, the portrait and edge lettering otherwise clear, good to fine, but extremely rareprovenanceDNW 67, 28 September 2005, lot 726Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1770, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left (BMC [Peck] 893; S.3774), traces of original colour in deepest recesses across otherwise patinated and reflectively lustrous surfaces, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1771 (BMC [Peck] 896; S.3774), much residual colour to reverse, but struck with worn dies, nevertheless about extremely fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1772 (BMC [Peck] 899; S.3774), traces of original colour in recesses, otherwise nearextremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1773 (BMC [Peck] 904; S.3774), much original colour, about extremely fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1774 (BMC [Peck] 899; S.3774), much original colour in recesses, some striking softness across laurel wreath and corresponding area of reverse, otherwise about extremely fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, May 1991Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1775 (BMC [Peck] 907; S.3774), a scuff to reverse rim at 3 o'clock, the struck detail impressively bold, good extremely fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, February 1992Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Farthing, 1771, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. type C, Britannia seated left, palm to left on n (BMC [Peck] 909; S.3775), much residual colour in recesses, otherwise boldly struck, virtually mint stateprovenanceK J J Elks, DNW 81, 30 April 2009, lot 61 - £280 (via Baldwin)E Ahbe, Spink 14, 19 March 1981, lot 420 - £180Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Farthing, 1773, rev. branch to n (BMC [Peck] 913; S.3775), central striking softness, otherwise the portrait quite bold, the fields with mint colour, especially to reverse, almost extremely fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Farthing, 1774 (BMC [Peck] 915; S.3775), a trace of original colour in deepest recesses, otherwise patinated and lustrous surfaces, almost extremely fine for issue, albeit struck with rusty diesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Farthing, 1775 (BMC [Peck] 913; S.3775), well-struck with pleasingly lustrous and patinated surfaces, albeit for die cracking, extremely fine or better for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Halfpenny, 1788, in brown-gilt copper, Late Soho, after Jean-Pierre Droz, diamond stops, laureate head right, d. f. on truncation, rev. inverted die axis, britannia. 1788., Britannia seated left on globe, holding spear and laurel wreath, resting on shield, ship's rudder and palm branch saltired in exergue, ++ render to cesar the things which are cesars: on edge, 16.17g (BMC [Peck] 966; S-), cabinet friction in fields resulting in loss of gilding across highest points, otherwise brilliant surfaces, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Halfpenny, 1788, a later striking in bronzed copper, by W J Taylor after Jean-Pierre Droz, diamond stops, laureate head right, d. f. on truncation, eagle's head on thunderbolt beneath rev. en médaille, britannia. Britannia seated left on globe, holding spear and laurel wreath, resting on shield, date in exergue, edge plain, 13.90g (BMC [Peck] 1005; S-), cabinet friction to high points across otherwise brilliant surfaces, further toning in recesses, a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, December 2001, MC1231 - £250Subject to 20% VAT on Buy...

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Halfpenny, 1790, a later striking in bronzed copper, by W J Taylor after Jean-Pierre Droz, diamond and flower stops, laureate head right, droz . f on truncation, rev. inverted die axis, britan-nia Britannia seated left on globe, holding spear and shield in left hand, right hand pointing, dr. f. and date in exergue, edge plain, 16.15g (BMC [Peck] 1007; S-), cabinet friction to high points and fingermarks across otherwise brilliant surfaces, extremely fine or betterprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 2, Spring 2002, no. 282 - £315Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For...

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Halfpenny, 1795, a later striking in copper, by W J Taylor after Soho, single, colon and flower stops, laureate head right, rev. inverted die axis, britannia Britannia seated left on globe, holding spear and shield in left hand, right hand pointing, date in exergue, edge plain, 14.93g (BMC [Peck] 1049; Selig 1368; S-), fingermarks muting surface brilliance, about as struckprovenanceE Judson, DNW 53, 13 March 2002, lot 484 - £260Glendining, 15 March 1972, lot 325Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyer...

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Farthing, 1790, a later striking in bronzed copper, by W J Taylor after Jean-Pierre Droz, diamond and flower stops, laureate head right, rev. inverted die axis, britan-nia Britannia seated left on globe, holding spear and shield in left hand, right hand pointing, dr. f. and date in exergue, edge plain, 6.44g (BMC [Peck] 1035; S-), cabinet friction and fingermarks across otherwise brilliant surfaces, extremely fine or better, very rareprovenanceCNG Mailbid sale 42, 29 May 1997, lot 1504 (via Cooke, August 1997)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more infor...

George III (1760-1820), Twopence, 1797, laureate and draped bust right, k .. on truncation, rev. Britannia seated left, holding palm and trident (BMC [Peck] 1077, cf. KT1b {Proof dies}, no. 1066; S.3776), a trace of mint lustre in deepest recesses, the odd nailmark otherwise problem-free, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Penny, 1797, laureate and draped bust right, ten leaves, k .: on truncation, rev. Britannia seated left, holding palm and trident (BMC [Peck] 1132; S.3777), cabinet friction to reverse, and a small die crack before brow, otherwise virtually full mint colour, practically as struckprovenanceBaldwin FPL, Summer 2017, no. 177Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Halfpenny, 1797, a later striking in bronzed-copper by W J Taylor after Soho, laureate and draped bust right, k on truncation, rev. Britannia seated left, holding palm and trident edge obliquely grained, 14.35g (BMC [Peck] 1154; S-), occasional rim furling with carbon spotting to periphery, the surfaces otherwise brilliant, with further tone in recesses, good extremely fine, rareprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, December 2001, MC1236 - £350Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Farthing, 1797, a later striking in copper by W J Taylor after Soho, laureate and draped bust right, k on truncation, rev. Britannia seated left, holding palm and trident edge plain, 6.47g (BMC [Peck] 1199A; S-), a scuff behind head in otherwise brilliant surfaces, tone in recesses, good extremely fine, rareprovenanceEntwhistle collection, Spink 75, 29 March 1990, lot 393 (via Cooke, August 2002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Farthing, 1798, a later striking in gilt-copper by W J Taylor after Soho, laureate and draped bust right, three berries in wreath, k on truncation, rev. Britannia seated left, holding palm and trident edge plain, 7.10g (BMC [Peck] 1202; S-), brilliant with only a hint of cabinet friction, a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceDr M J Mangahas, Spink 75, 29 March 1990, lot 444Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1799, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, five incuse gun ports, date below (BMC [Peck] 1248; S.3778), lustrous, extremely fine or better; additionally, Farthing, 1799, similar (BMC [Peck] 1279; S.3779), a die crack through head, otherwise almost mint state (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Proof Farthing, 1799, in bronzed copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date below, edge grained, 7.20g (BMC [Peck] 1276; S.3779), an edge nick at 9 o'clock and some light carbon staining, otherwise brilliant, with further toning at periphery, extremely fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, July 2003Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Twopence, 1805, a later striking in bronzed-copper, by W J Taylor after Soho, on a 5mm thick flan, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date below, edge plain, 58.02g (BMC [Peck] 1313; S-), a few scattered surface marks, otherwise lustrous, about as struck, scarceprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 14, Winter 2007-2008, C82Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Penny, 1805, a later striking in bronzed-copper, by W J Taylor after Soho, laureate and draped bust right, rev. britanniarum, Britannia seated left, date below, edge plain, 19.49g (BMC [Peck] 1296; S-), overt double-striking to reverse, otherwise choice uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Halfpenny, 1805, a later striking in copper, by W J Taylor after Soho, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date below, edge obliquely grained, 12.85g (BMC [Peck] 1304; S-), faint carbon spotting, otherwise choice mint stateprovenancePurchased Spink (with ticket)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Farthing, 1805, a later striking in bronzed-copper, by W J Taylor after Soho, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date below, edge plain, 5.89g (BMC [Peck] 1319; S-), extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Farthings, 1821-26 (5), laureate and draped bust left, reads georgius iiii, rev. Britannia seated left, date in exergue (BMC [Peck] 1407, 1409, 1412, 1414-16; S.3822), varying degrees of mint colour from residual to virtually full bloom, extremely fine or better (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Penny, 1825, laureate head left, reads georgius iv, rev. Britannia seated right, holding trident, national emblems in exergue (BMC [Peck] 1420; S.3823), some carbon spotting, otherwise with much residual mint colour in recesses, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Penny, 1826, rev. thick raised line on saltire (BMC [Peck] 1426; S.3823), patination overlying largely lustrous but occasionally stained surfaces, a pleasing extremely fine, the scarcer variety for dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Penny, 1827 (BMC [Peck] 1430; S.3823), some light rim nicking and field marks, otherwise a superior example of this notoriously difficult issue, good very fine, rare thusSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfpenny, 1825, laureate head left, rev. Britannia seated right, holding trident, national emblems in exergue (BMC [Peck] 1431; S.3824), much surviving mint colour with only slight cabinet friction to high points, good extremely fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfpennies (2), 1826, rev. two incuse lines on saltire (BMC [Peck] 1433); another, 1827, similar (BMC [Peck] 1438; S.3824), much residual mint colour in recesses, the first with some rub and surface marks to portrait, otherwise almost extremely fine, the second better still, the portrait pleasantly boldly struck (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Farthings (5), 1826-30, the first with 'arabic 1' (BMC [Peck] 1439, 1442-45; S.3825), varying degrees of residual lustre surviving from recesses only to much flan colouration, extremely fine to almost uncirculated (5)provenanceiv) Spink Numismatic Circular, February 2007, MC3246 - £130 v) Baldwin 59-60, 5 May 2009, lot 921 - £140Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Half-Farthings [for use in Ceylon] (2), 1828, laureate head left, rev. Britannia seated left, helmet intrudes legend (BMC [Peck] 1446); another, 1830, similar (BMC [Peck] 1450; S.3826), carbon stained, but with residual lustre in deepest recesses, both good very fine for issue and scarce; additionally, Third-Farthing [for use in Malta], 1827, as before (BMC [Peck] 1453; S.3827), almost extremely fine, a scarce one year type (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Proof Penny, 1839, in bronzed copper, young head left, w. w. incuse on truncation, rev. en médaille, def-:, Britannia seated right, holding ornamental trident, 19.00g (BMC [Peck] 1479; S.3948), minute scuff on rim 10 o'clock and a spot of verdigris above fid:, otherwise brilliant, practically as struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1841, no colon after reg, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1484; S.3948), trace of residual lustre, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1843, colon after reg, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1486; S.3948), mark on ear and light flaw on hair, otherwise with much residual lustre, extremely fine, very rareprovenanceBuckland, Dix and Wood, 8 June 1993, lot 156 - £280Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (2), 1844, ornamental trident; 1845, as last (BMC [Peck] 1487, 1489; S.3948), the second once wiped with a dry cloth, near extremely fine, the first lustrous, a pleasing extremely fine (2)provenancei) Spink Numismatic Circular, March 1992 no. 1021 - "with underlying lustre, good EF" - £60Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1846, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1490; S.3948), partially toned, mostly lustrous, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1847, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1493; S.3948), lustrous, extremely fine or better albeit softly struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1848 over 7, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1495; S.3948), much original colour, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1848, date unaltered, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1496; S.3948), much 'red' lustre surviving, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1849, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1497; S.3948), brown surfaces with further spots of carbonisation causing surface disturbance, otherwise almost extremely fine, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1851, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1498; S.3948), some residual lustre, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, 1853 (2), def-:, ornamental trident; another, def:, plain trident (BMC [Peck] 1500, 1504; S.3948), the first with much residual lustre, extremely fine or better, the second with greased surfaces, otherwise good extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, 1854 (2), def:, plain trident; another, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1506, 1507; S.3948), both with residual lustre, extremely fine or better (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies, 1855 (2), def-:, ornamental trident; another, the second 5 re-entered, def:, plain trident (BMC [Peck] 1508, 1509; S.3948), the first retaining much original red lustre, otherwise practically as struck, the second partially toned, extremely fine (2)provenancei) DNW 122, 2 April 2014, lot 513Spink Numismatic Circular, June 1988, no. 3835 - £25Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1856, def:, plain trident (BMC [Peck] 1510; S.3948), much residual lustre but with slight cabinet friction to hair, otherwise extremely fine or better, very rareprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, March 1993, no. 1115 (illus.) - "very rare, practically full lustre, good Ef" - £185Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1856, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1512; S.3948), toning to highest points, and a mark on neck otherwise attractive with much 'red' lustre' surviving, a pleasing extremely fine, very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1857, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1513; S.3948), a trace of tone otherwise attractively 'red', practically as struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1857, def:, plain trident (BMC [Peck] 1514; S.3948), a few carbon spots, otherwise attractively 'red', near uncirculatedprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 2, Spring 2002, no. 340 - "brilliant Unc" - £150Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1858 over 7, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1516; S.3948), residual lustre muted by attractive patination, extremely fine or betterprovenanceSpink 203, 24 June 2010, lot 396Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1858, small date, w.w. on truncation, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1517; S.3948), much residual lustre, almost uncirculatedprovenanceSpink 213, 27-28 June 2012, lot 882Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1858, large date, no initials on truncation, rev. def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1518; S.3948), brilliant and practically fully 'red', about mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1859, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1519; S.3948), residual lustre, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1860 over 59, def-:, ornamental trident (BMC [Peck] 1521; S.3948), a few dispersed contact marks and some die clashing below chin, a hint of recent toning on reverse, the portrait otherwise supremely bold, almost uncirculated, extremely rareprovenanceSpink 231, 22-23 September 2015, lot 512 - £4,200Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (2), 1838; 1841, young head left, w.w. on truncation, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (BMC [Peck] 1522; 1524; S.3949), lustrous, extremely fine , the first about as struck (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Proof Halfpenny, 1839 over 43, in bronzed copper, young head left, w. w. incuse on truncation, rev. en médaille, Britannia seated right, 9.45g (BMC [Peck] 1523; S.3949), fingermarks to reverse and a nick to rim at obverse 7 o'clock, otherwise, lustrous, good extremely fineThe Royal Mint continued to produce 1839 Proof sets and its constituent pieces for decades after the initial issue. When dies inevitably became too worn to be used, other dies would be reconstituted. In this instance a die for 1843 was re-appropriated for the purpose creating this peculiar and ordinarily...

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (2), 1843; 1844 (BMC [Peck] 1527; 1528; S.3949), extremely fine both with residual colour in recesses and scarce dates (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1845 (BMC [Peck] 1529; S.3949), lustre in recesses, but with occasional spots of verdigris to periphery, almost extremely fine, very rare thus, the key date of seriesprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, October 1998, no. 6467 (illus.) - £200Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (2), 1846; 1847 (BMC [Peck] 1530; 1531; S.3949), light surface flaw on second before Britannia, otherwise both residually lustrous, extremely fine or very near so (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1848 (BMC [Peck] 1533; S.3949), light tone with hints of original lustre, a bold strike from a cracked die, otherwise a pleasing extremely fine, the unaltered date variety, very scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (2), 1848 over 7; 1851, incuse dots on shield (BMC [Peck] 1532; 1535; S.3949), lustre in recesses, extremely fine or better (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (2), 1852, incuse dots on shield; 1853, similar (BMC [Peck] 1537; 1539; S.3949), the first toned, extremely fine, the second lustrous 'red', practically as struck (2)provenanceii) Spink 233, 2 December 2015, lot 1374Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (3), 1854; 1855; 1856 (BMC [Peck] 1542; 1543; 1544; S.3949), varying degrees of lustre, the second the boldest striking, otherwise all about mint state (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (3), 1857, incuse dots on shield; 1858 (2), 8 over 7; another, unaltered, normal size date (BMC [Peck] 1545; 1548; 1549; S.3949), varying degrees of lustre, otherwise all about as struck (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpennies (3), 1858, 8 over 6; 1859 (2), 9 over 8; another, unaltered, normal size date (BMC [Peck] 1547; 1550; 1551; S.3949), the last two wiped with a dry cloth otherwise about extremely fine, the first with residual lustre, extremely fine or better (3)provenancei) DNW 52, 28-29 November 2001, lot 332Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (4), 1838, young head left, w.w. in relief on truncation, rev. reg:, fid:, def., Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (BMC [Peck] 1553); another, 1839, similar (BMC [Peck] 1554); additionally, 1840, rev. def:, similar (BMC [Peck] 1559); another, 1841 as last (BMC [Peck] 1560; S.3950), variable lustre and tone, extremely fine or better (4)provenancei) Purchased Cooke, May 2010Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (2), 1842; 1843, 'arabic 1' in date (BMC [Peck] 1562; 1563; S.3950), the first toned with some rub, the second lustrous but softly struck, almost extremely fine, the first better and a scarc date (2)provenanceii) Spink Numismatic Circular, December 2010, MC3677 - £80Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthing, 1844, rev. britanniar: reg: fid: def: (BMC [Peck] 1565; S.3950), toned and softly struck, otherwise, very fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (4), 1845; 1846, reg:, fid:, def:; 1847, fid., def:; 1848, fid: (BMC [Peck] 1566; 1567; 1568; 1569; S.3950), toned, some with traces of lustre, good very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthing, 1849, britanniar: reg: fid. def: (BMC [Peck] 1570; S.3950), toned and softly struck to reverse with further rub, otherwise, a pleasing very fine, a scarce date in seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (5), 1850, 5 over 4 (?), fid:; 1851; 1852; 1853, ww raised on truncation, rev. fid: def:; 1854, ww incuse on truncation (BMC [Peck] 1571; 1572; 1574; 1575; 1580; S.3950), toned, some with traces of lustre, good very fine to extremely fine (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings, w. w. incuse on truncation (5); 1855; 1856, britanniar:, fid:; 1857; 1858; 1859 (BMC [Peck] 1581; 1583; 1585; 1586; 1587; S.3950), toned, some with residual lustre, good very fine to extremely fine (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Half-Farthings (5), 1839, young head left, rev. crowned value (BMC [Peck] 1590); also, 1842; 1843; 1844; 1847 (BMC [Peck] 1592-94; 1596; S.3951), some toned, most lustrous with much residual mint colour, good very fine or better (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Half-Farthings (5), 1851, date unaltered; 1852; 1853; 1856; 1847 (BMC 1597-99; 1602-03; S.3951), some toned, some lustrous, good very fine or better (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Proof Half-Farthing, 1868, in copper, young head left, rev. en médaille, value and date, crown above, 2.33g (BMC [Peck] 1605; S.3951), the portrait softly struck, the reverse otherwise brilliant with only light spotting, near mint state, rareprovenanceDNW 43, 8-9 October 1999, lot 1058 - £230Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Third-Farthing [for use in Malta], 1844, young head left, rev. Britannia seated right (BMC [Peck 1606]; S.3952), stain by date and other light speckles across otherwise lustrous surfaces, extremely fine or near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Quarter Farthings [for use in Ceylon] (4), 1839; 1851; 1852; 1853, young head left, legend surrounds, rev. crowned value (BMC [Peck] 1608-10, 1612; S.3953); additionally, 'Model Quarter-Farthing', 1848, after Moore's pattern, similar to last (Rogers 231-32), the second with the appearance of a 'die-capped' striking with excess metal extending vertically from rim between obverse 9 and 12 o'clock, otherwise all toned with traces of underlying lustre, good very fine or better, the last very fine (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

Victoria (1837-1901), Proof Quarter-Farthing, 1868, in bronze, young head left, rev. en médaille, value and date, crown above (BMC [Peck] 1616; S.3953), three unsightly spots of verdigris to reverse, the fields otherwise brilliant, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Crown, 1902, bare head right, rev. St George and dragon, date in exergue, decus et tutamen anno regni ii on edge (ESC 3560 {361); S.3978); additionally, Matte Proof Halfcrown, 1902, similar, rev. shield in Garter (ESC 3568 {746}; S.3980), wiped surfaces, otherwise extremely fine or better (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1903 (ESC 3569 [R2] {748}; S.3980), cleaned, otherwise a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1904 (ESC 3570 {749}; S.3980), once harshly cleaned, otherwise almost very fine for issue, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1905 (ESC 3571 [R2] {750}; S.3980), cleaned, otherwise boldly struck for issue, good very fine, the key date of seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1906 (ESC 3572 {751}; S.3980), lustrous, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1907 (ESC 3573 {752}; S.3980), softly struck, otherwise lustrous, with peripheral tone, about extremely fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1908 (ESC 3574 {753}; S.3980), once lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous, about extremely fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1909 (ESC 3575 {754}; S.3980), softly struck, otherwise lustrous with attractive overlying tone, almost extremely fine for issueprovenanceDNW 97, 7 December 2011, lot 444Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1910 (ESC 3576 {755}; S.3980), boldly struck, for issue, lustrous, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1902, bare head right, rev. Britannia standing facing, date in exergue (ESC 3577 {919}; S.3981), an edge nick at 1 o'clock, otherwise about mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1903 (ESC 3579 {921}; S.3981), a spot of tone on Britannia's leg, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1904 (ESC 3580 {922}; S.3981), lustrous, near extremely fine, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1905 (ESC 3581 [R2] {923}; S.3981), lustrous, near extremely fine, the key date of seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1906 (ESC 3582 {924}; S.3981), lustrous, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1907 (ESC 3583 {925}; S.3981), frosted surfaces with overlying peripheral tone, virtually mint state, albeit struck with worn diesprovenanceDNW 97, 7 December 2011, lot 450Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1908 (ESC 3584 {926}; S.3981), a few scattered surface marks, otherwise extremely fine or near so, a scarcer date in seriesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1909 (ESC 3585 {927}; S.3981), lustrous, extremely fine or better, albeit softly struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Florin, 1910 (ESC 3586 {928}; S.3981), boldly struck lustrous, about uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Shillings, 1902; 1903; 1904, bare head right, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3587, 3589-90 {1410, 1412-13}; S.3982), lustrous, good very fine or better (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Shilling, 1905 (ESC 3591 [R2] {1414}; S.3982), good very fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Shillings, 1906; 1907; 1910 (ESC 3592-93; 3596 {1415-16, 1419}; S.3982), lustrous, near extremely fine or better (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Shillings, 1908; 1909 (ESC 3594-95 {1417-18}; S.3982), lustrous, the second extremely fine, the first practically mint state (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Sixpences (9), 1902-10, bare head right, rev. value in wreath (ESC 3597; 3599-3606 {1785; 1787-94; S.3983), most lustrous, extremely fine to uncirculated (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Threepences (9), 1902-10, bare head right, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 3617; 3619-26 {2114; 2116-23; S.3984), most lustrous, extremely fine to uncirculated (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1902 (4) (ESC 3607 {2517}; S.3985), lightly toned, extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1903 (4) (ESC 3609 {2519}; S.3985), light peripheral tone, otherwise about brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1904 (4) (ESC 3610 {2520}; S.3985), lustrous, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1905 (4) (ESC 3611 {2521}; S.3985), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1906 (4) (ESC 3612 {2522}; S.3985), lustrous with light overlying tone, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1907 (4) (ESC 3613 {2523}; S.3985), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1908 (4) (ESC 3614 {2524}; S.3985), lustrous, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1909 (4) (ESC 3615 {2525}; S.3985), lustrous with light tone, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1910 (4) (ESC 3616 {2526}; S.3985), tone overlying lustre, practically mint state (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Pennies (10), 1902 (2), dies 1+A, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue, 'low tide' (Freeman 156; S.3990a); another, dies 1+B, similar, rev. 'high tide' (Freeman 157); furthermore, 1903, 'normal 3', as last (Freeman 158); 1904, as before (Freeman 159); 1905, as previous (Freeman 160); also, dies 1+C (3), 1906; 1907; 1908 (Freeman 162; 163; 164); also, 1909, dies 2+D (Freeman 168); lastly, 1910, dies 2+E (Freeman 170; S.3990), variable lustre from residual to choice, extremely fine to uncirculated (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more...

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfpennies (10), 1902 (2), dies 1+A, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue, 'low tide' (Freeman 380; S.3991A); another, dies 1+B, similar, rev. 'high tide (Freeman 381); also, 1903-10, as last (Freeman 382-89; S.3991), variable lustre from residual to full, all about uncirculated (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-10), Farthings, "dark finish" (9), 1902-10, dies 1+A, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (Freeman 581-88; S.3992), extremely fine to uncirculated; additionally, Third-Farthing [for use in Malta], 1902, similar, rev. crowned value in wreath (S.3993), residual lustre, good extremely fine; also, "Model Half-Farthings", 1902 (2), very fine or better (12)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1953 (4), first issue, young head right, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 4559 [R2] {2570}; S.4126), brilliant uncirculated, the popular Coronation year set (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1954 (4), second issue, britt: omn: omitted (ESC 4563 {2571}; S.4131), toned, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1955 (4) (ESC 4564 {2572}; S.4131), lightly toned, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1956 (4) (ESC 4566 {2573}; S.4131), lightly toned, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1957 (4) (ESC 4567 {2574}; S.4131), light blue tone, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1958 (4) (ESC 4568 {2575}; S.4131), speckled tone, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1959 (4) (ESC 4569 {2576}; S.4131), toned, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1960 (4) (ESC 4570 {2577}; S.4131), toned, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1961 (4) (ESC 4571 {2578}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1962 (4) (ESC 4572 {2579}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1963 (4) (ESC 4573 {2580}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1964 (4) (ESC 4574 {2581}; S.4131), mixed toned, brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1965 (4) (ESC 4575 {2582}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1966 (4) (ESC 4576 {2583}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1967 (4) (ESC 4577 {2584}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1968 (4) (ESC 4578 {2585}; S.4131), brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Elizabeth II (1952-present), Crown to Farthing, the complete currency issue from 1953 to 1967 (S.4136; 4137A-41; 4143-4159), additionally, Crowns (3), 1972; 1977; 1980, generally uncirculated or near so; additionally, Crowns (2), 1935 (S.4048); another, 1937 (S.4078); also, 1951 (S.4111), extremely fine or better, the last proof-like (lot)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing, 1806, the last type 2, with incuse dot on shoulder (BMC [Peck] 1343, 1376, 1397; S.3780-82), all with varying degress of mint colouring, extremely fine or better, the last rare (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing, 1807 (BMC [Peck] 1344, 1378, 1399; S.3780-82), all with varying degress of mint colouring, extremely fine or near so (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1716, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, eleven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, +.+ decvs et tvtamen anno regni secvndo on edge (ESC 1540 {110}; S.3639), mottled tone, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1718 over 6, rev. eleven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, + decus et tutamen anno regni quinto on edge (ESC 1541 {111}; S.3639), very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1720 over 18, rev. eleven strings to harp, large roses and plumes in angles, +.+ decus et tutamen anno regni sexto on edge (ESC 1543 {113}; S.3639), toned and rubbed, otherwise almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1723, rev. eight strings to harp, ss-c in alternate angles, + decus et tutamen anno regni decimo on edge (ESC 1545 {114}; S.3640), once wiped now retoned but with deposits in recesses, otherwise about very fineprovenanceSpink 102, 2 March 1994, lot 764 - £260Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1726, rev. nine strings to harp, small roses and plumes in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo tertio on edge (ESC 1546 [R2] {115}; S.3639A), once lightly cleaned, now nicely toned across a broader flan, good fineprovenanceDr D Rees-Jones, Spink 117, 19 November 1996, lot 162Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1715, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, eight strings to harp, large roses and plumes in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni secvndo on edge (ESC 1550 {587}; S.3642), flan flaw at 5 o'clock, otherwise toned, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1717, rev. eight strings to harp, + decvs et tvtamen anno regni tirtio on edge (ESC 1554 {589}; S.3642), adjustment marks to face, otherwise very fineprovenanceGlendining, 11 October 1993, lot 351Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1720 over 17, rev. nine strings to harp, ++.+. decvs et tvtamen anno regni sexto on edge (ESC 1555 {590}; S.3642), a trace of adjustment to date, otherwise toned, almost extremely fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, November 1994, no. 7224 (illus.) - £375Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1720 over 17, rev. nine strings to harp, +.+.+. decvs et tvtamen anno regni sexto on edge (ESC 1555 {590}; S.3642), adjustment marks obscuring date and to corresponding area of obverse, and with light graffiti initials before truncation, otherwise toned, a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1723, rev. seven strings to harp, ss-c in alternate angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo on edge (ESC 1557 {592}; S.3643), rubbed, otherwise fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 1726, rev. six strings to harp, smaller roses and plumes, + decvs et tvtamen anno + regni decimo tertio on edge (Adams 533; ESC 1559 [R5] {593}; S.3644), a hint of flecking before brow, otherwise, fine or better, the key date of series, extremely rareprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 5, Summer 2003, no. 196 - £1,750 M Kaufman collection (not in sale)H Samuel, Spink 109, 4 July 1995, lot 265 - £1,000 (to Kaufman)Glendining and Baldwin, 30 October 1974 - lot 187 (to house commission)"A collection of English Milled Silver Coins, including many Patterns and Proofs", Glendi...

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1715, first laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, eight strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1560 {1162} - but 8 strings not recorded; S.3645), adjustment marks to hair and other odd flecking, otherwise good very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1716, rev. nine strings to harp (ESC 1562 [R3] {1163}; S.3645), toned, very fine, very rare thusprovenanceH Samuel, Spink 109, 4 July 1995, lot 404 - £190Note: Although Bull records '8 strings' in his revised ESC corpus, the cataloguer determines this to be a simple clerical error, for comparison study against the half-dozen examples to have appeared at auction in the last two decades indicates nine strings to be the most typically found variety for dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1717, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1565 {1164} - but 8 strings not recorded; S.3645), lightly toned with the odd fleck, near extremely fine, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1718, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1566 {1165}; S.3645), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1719, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1567 [R2] {1166}; S.3645), once cleaned and with flecking streaks, otherwise good very fine or better albeit softly struck, nevertheless rareprovenanceH Samuel, Spink 109, 4 July 1995, lot 406Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1720, rev. seven strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1572 {1168}; S.3646), boldly struck, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1721, rev. seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1577 {1171 - but 7 strings not recorded; S.3645), very fine or near so, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1722, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1581 {1174}; S.3645), toned, extremely fine or better albeit softly struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1723, first bust, rev. eight strings to harp, ss-c in alternate angles (ESC 1586 {1176}; S.3647), dig to nose and flecking streaks, otherwise near extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1724, second bust right, rev. six strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1594 {1181}; S.3649), richly toned, good very fine, the reverse pleasingly boldprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, July-August 1994, no. 4933 (illus.) - £125Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1725, no stops on obverse, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1599 {1184}; S.3649), toned, very fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, February 1994, no. 396 (illus.) - £150Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1726, second bust, w.c.c. below, rev. alternating plumes and overlapping c's in angles, (ESC 1604 [R2] {1187}; S.3650), toned, good fine, very rareFor four consecutive years of issue beginning in 1723, bullion supplied by the Welsh Copper Company to the Royal mint was recognised in the final coin design through the addition of the company initials beneath the King's bust, and incorporation of an interlocking cypher and plumes in alternate quarters of the reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1727, second bust, no stops in legend, rev. seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1607 [R5] {1188a}; S.3649), scratches through hair and other flecking on obverse, a hint of adjustment to date, otherwise boldly struck for type, very fine or better, and of the highest rarityprovenanceH Pegg, Spink 11, 8-9 October 1980, lot 521 - £330Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Sixpence, 1717, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, edge milled (ESC 1609 {1597}; S.3651), a pleasing coin, good very fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, September 1995, no. 5063a - £115Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Sixpence, 1720 over 17, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1611 {1599}; S.3651), a striking crack to flan by date, otherwise toned, almost extremely fineprovenanceDNW 66, 6 July 2005, lot 295DNW 59, 7 October 2003, lot 251Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Sixpence, 1723, small lettering, rev. large lettering, ss-c in alternate angles (ESC 1612 {1600}; S.3652), lustrous, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Sixpence, 1726, rev. six strings to harp, small roses and plumes in angles, (ESC 1616 {1602}; S.3653), the portrait softly struck, otherwise toned, a pleasing very fine, the reverse better stillprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 7, Winter 2004-2005, no. 197 - £525Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Maundy Fourpence to Twopence, 1717 (3), laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned mark of value; the last with no stop after gra (ESC 1619, 1623, 1630 {1894, 2015, 2224}; S.3654-56), very fine or better (3)No Penny was issued for 1717, so this trio represents the complete and available 'set' for the yearSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Maundy Fourpence to Twopence, 1721 (3) (ESC 1620, 1624, 1631 {1895, 2016, 2225}; S.3654-56), the Fourpence heavily haymarked otherwise near very fine or better (3)As with last, no Penny was issued for 1721, so this trio represents the complete and available 'set' for the yearSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1723 (ESC 1617 {2400}; S.3658), generally near very fine, the Penny almost extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Maundy coins, 1726 (2), Twopence and Penny (ESC 1633, 1647 {2225B, 2329}; S.3656-57); additionally, Penny oddments (4) 1716; 1718, no stop only after gra [only]; 1720, reads hi pex; 1725, reads fr eT hir rex [sic] (ESC 1636, 1638, 1641, 1646 {2323-24, 2326, 2328}; S.3657), generally very fine or better, variable tone (6)Besides complete Maundy sets, production of the smaller denominations occurred intermittently throughout the reign, this group represents all those available besides full setsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and C...

George I (1714-27), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1727 (ESC 1618 {2401}; S.3658), fine to very fine, variable tone (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1717, 'Dump issue', laureate and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date in exergue (BMC [Peck] 768; S.3659), rub to highest points, nevetheless extremely fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, September 1993Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1718 (BMC [Peck] 774; S.3659), peripheral striking weakness and the odd carbon spot, otherwise traces of mint lustre in recesses, extremely fine or betterprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, December 2004, MC2234 (illus.) - £450Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1719, second issue on a larger flan, left shoulder with plain strap, edge plain (BMC [Peck] 782; S.3659), minor central flan flawing, otherwise boldly struck, good very fine or better for issueprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, December 2000, MC0023 - £275Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1720 (BMC [Peck] 795; S.3660), traces of original mint colour in recesses, good very fine or better for issueprovenanceDNW 136, 8 June 2016, lot 345 Purchased Seaby, 1961Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1721 over 0 (BMC [Peck] 796; S.3660), friction to hair, otherwise boldly struck for issue, good very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1721 (BMC [Peck] 797; S.3660), lustre in recesses, good very fine for issueprovenanceSt James' 7, 8 February 2008, lot 349Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1722 (BMC [Peck] 800; S.3660), a trace of double-striking, otherwise bold details, good very fineprovenanceBaldwins 30, 7-8 May 2002, lot 347Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1723 (BMC [Peck] 803; S.3660), a small dig below cheek otherwise with nice patination, extremely fine or very near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Halfpenny, 1724 (BMC [Peck] 806; S.3660), some underlying lustre, and with the odd surface mark, otherwise good very fineprovenanceDNW 68, 12 December 2005, lot 560Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1717, 'Dump issue', laureate and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date in exergue (BMC [Peck] 783; S.3661), a scuff across eye, otherwise good very fine, rareprovenancePurchased Baldwin, August 2011 - £1,250Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Proof Farthing, 1718, 'Dump issue', in silver, laureate and cuirassed bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, date in exergue, edge plain, 4.50g (BMC [Peck] 790; S-), lightly toned, extremely fine, scarceprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, July 1997, no. 3666 (illus.) - £425Only one example of a currency issue Farthing bearing the date 1718 has been recorded, consequently these Silver Proof issues provide a prospective collector with a convenient opportunity to complete the date run for the George I series.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please...

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1719, second issue, large lettering on obverse (BMC [Peck] 807; S.3662), struck with a rusty obverse die, otherwise near extremely fine, the reverse better still with residual mint colourprovenancePurchased Cooke, June 1993 Purchased Seaby, 1944 - 12/6dSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1720, small lettering on obverse, edge plain (BMC [Peck] 818; S.3662), patination overlying lustre, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1721 (BMC [Peck] 822; S.3662), many re-entered letters on obverse, the portrait softly struck as a result of the aging die, otherwise with residual mint colour, better than very fine for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1722, small lettering on obverse (BMC [Peck] 825; S.3662), test cut to reverse 11 o'clock, otherwise with much mint colour, good very fine or betterprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, March 1996, no. 1003 (illus.) - £115Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1723 (BMC [Peck] 826; S.3662), a few edge nicks, otherwise extremely fine or near soprovenanceDNW 134, 7 December 2015, lot 883Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-27), Farthing, 1724 (BMC [Peck] 828; S.3662), nice patination, good very fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, December 1994, no. 8256 - £100Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1732, younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, ten strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni sexto on edge (ESC 1660 {117}; S.3686), traces of old graffiti in obverse field and the portrait rubbed, otherwise darkly toned, almost very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1734, rev. ten strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni septimo on edge (ESC 1662 {119}; S.3686), near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1735, rev. twelve strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni octavo on edge (ESC 1663 {120}; S.3686), very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1736, rev. twelve strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni nono on edge (ESC 1664 {121}; S.3686), fields heavily burnished and reworked, with a further striking crack at 10 o'clock, otherwise struck detail very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1739, rev. nine strings to harp, roses in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni dvodecimo on edge (ESC 1665 {122}; S.3687), very fine or near so, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1741, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo qvarto on edge (ESC 1666 {123}; S.3687), flaw at temple, otherwise a pleasing very fine, the reverse betterprovenanceSpink 98, 16 June 1993, lot 507Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1743, older bust left, reads georgius, rev. ten strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo septimo on edge (ESC 1667 {124}; S.3688), flaw before brow, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1746, reads georgivs, older bust left, lima below, rev. ten strings to harp, angles plain, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo nono on edge (ESC 1668 {125}; S.3689), a trace of adjustment on cheek, otherwise toned, probably artificially, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1750, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvarto on edge (ESC 1670 {127}; S.3690), once wiped, now darkly retoned, a small die flaw below truncation, otherwise a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1751, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvarto on edge (ESC 1671 {128}; S.3690), delightfully toned, extremely fineprovenanceSpink 107, 22 November 1994, lot 387Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1731, younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, ten strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni qvinto on edge (ESC 1674 {595}; S.3692), very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1732, rev. ten strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni sexto on edge (ESC 1675 {596}; S.3692), flecking streaks, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1734, rev. seven strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni septimo on edge (ESC 1676 {597}; S.3692), residual brilliance, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1735, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni octavo on edge (ESC 1677 {598}; S.3692), softly struck with worn dies resulting in the omission of the s from the King's name, otherwise toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1736, rev. twelve strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni nono on edge (ESC 1678 {599}; S.3692), speckled with flecking, otherwise toned with a trace of iridescence in deepest recesses, a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1739, rev. seven strings to harp, roses in angles, decvs et tvtamen anno regni dvodecimo on edge (ESC 1679 {600}; S.3693), once dipped, otherwise a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1741, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo qvarto on edge (ESC 1681 {601}; S.3693), light tone overlying rub, very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1743, older bust left, reads georgius, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo septimo on edge (ESC 1684 {603a}; S.3694), once dipped hence bright, and with scuffs to portrait, otherwise almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1745, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo nono on edge (ESC 1685 {604}; S.3694), haymarked, otherwise good fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1745, older bust left, lima below, rev. eight strings to harp, angles plain, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo nono on edge (ESC 1687 {605}; S.3695), toned, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1746, reads georgivs, rev. eight strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni decimo nono on edge (ESC 1688 {606}; S.3695A), toned with rub, a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1750, older bust left, rev. modified arms, seven strings to harp, angles plain, decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvarto on edge (ESC 1692 {609}; S.3696), toned, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfcrown, 1751, rev. seven strings to harp, decvs et tvtamen anno regni vicesimo qvarto on edge (ESC 1693 [R2] {610}; S.3696), adjustment marks to periphery, otherwise attractively toned, extremely fine or near so, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1727, younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1695 {1190}; S.3698), attractively toned, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1728, rev. nine strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1698 [R2] {1191} - but 9 strings not recorded; S.3699), once wiped and lightly haymarked but with flaw before date on reverse, otherwise very fine, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1729, rev. seven strings to harp, double pearls to bands of crown, 'small 9' in date (cf. ESC 1699-1700 {1193}; S.3698), streaked with flecking to reverse, otherwise very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1731, rev. nine strings to harp (cf. ESC 1702, 1704 [R2] {1194} - although 'Crown-S' above all shields; S.3698), attractively toned, although reverse probably once wiped, otherwise almost extremely fine, a scarcer dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1732, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1705 {1196}; S.3698), adjustment marks to portrait and French shield, otherwise very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1734, large lettering, reads dei graiia, rev. nine strings to harp (ESC 1706 {1197}; S.3700), the obverse legend with an odd die punch resulting in the t of gratia, having atypically long and splayed serifs at its base to give the semblance of a capital i, otherwise lightly flecked, lustrous, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1735, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1707 {1198}; S.3700), flecking and a larger flaw to reverse quarter, otherwise a light tone overlying residual brilliance, a pleasing very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1736, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1709 {1199}; S.3700), an attractively toned and boldly struck example, with further residual brilliance to periphery, extremely fine, the reverse better stillSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1737, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1711 {1200}; S.3700), good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1739, i to nose, rev. eight strings to harp, roses in angles (ESC 1716 {1201}; S.3701), a small flan flaw to reverse rim at 3 o'clock, otherwise boldly struck with much residual lustre, near extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1741, rev. seven strings to harp, small Garter star (ESC 1717 {1202}; S.3701), light flecking across parts of otherwise darkly toned surfaces, an eye-catching streak of electric-blue tone framing King's name on obverse, good very fine or betterprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, March 1993, no. 1092 (illus.) - £100Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1743, older bust left, reads georgius, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1720 {1203}; S.3702), light flecking, otherwise extremely fine or near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1745, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1722 {1204}; S.3702), toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1745, older bust left, lima below, rev. seven strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1724 {1205}; S.3703), toned, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Proof Shilling, 1746, older laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, reads georgivs, rev. inverted die axis, eight strings to harp, angles plain, edge obliquely milled, 5.94g (ESC 1727 {1208}; S.3704), a gentleman's pocket piece with a hint of brilliance and much peripheral tone, almost very fine, scarceprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, November 1996, no. 5560 (illus.) - £175Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1747, reads georgivs, rev. seven strings to harp, roses in angles (ESC 1728 {1209}; S.3702), once lightly wiped, otherwise good very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1750, rev. small legend, modified arms, seven strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1729 {1210}; S.3704), attractively toned, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1750 over 47, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1732 {cf. 1211}; S.3704), once buffed and dipped, otherwise very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1750, rev. wide 0 in date, seven strings to harp (ESC 1720 {1203}; S.3702), once dipped, otherwise a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1751, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1733 [R3] {1212}; S.3704), toned with rub to high points, otherwise very fine, the reverse considerably better, rareprovenanceBonhams, 13 September 1994, lot unconfirmedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1758, rev. uniform date letters, eight strings to harp (ESC 1734 {1213}; S.3704), light but attractive tone, virtually mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1728, younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 1740 {1606}; S.3707), attractively toned in recesses, extremely fine or near soprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, May 1993, no. 2657 (illus.) - "attractively toned, EF" - £145Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1731, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1741 {1607}; S.3707), toned, good very fine, the reverse betterprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, October 1993, no. 7244 - £95Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1732, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1742 {1608}; S.3707), once wiped with a dry cloth, otherwise a bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1734, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1744 [R2] {1609}; S.3707), lightly flecked with a carbon spot on temple, otherwise toned, good very fine, the reverse better, a scarce dateprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, September 1994, no. 5885 - £85Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1735, rev. the 5 re-entered, seven strings to harp (ESC 1745 [R2] {1610}; S.3707), cabinet friction to highest points, otherwise lightly toned, extremely fine or very near so, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1735, rev. the 5 re-entered, seven strings to harp (ESC 1745 [R2] {1610}; S.3707), die duplicate of the previous lot, toned, very fine or better, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1736, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1747 {1611}; S.3707), softly struck with aging dies, otherwise very fine, scarceprovenanceDNW 26, 1 October 1996, lot 483Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1739, rev. seven strings to harp, roses in angles (ESC 1749 {1612}; S.3708), once cleaned, otherwise pleasingly well struck, about extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1741, rev. seven strings to harp (ESC 1751 {1613}; S.3708), toned, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1743, older bust left, reads georgius, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1752 {1614}; S.3709), struck with aging dies, otherwise light peripheral tone, good very fine or betterprovenanceSpink 98, 16 June 1993, lot 520Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1745 over 3, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1754 [R2] {1616}; S.3709), surfaces impaired by flecking otherwise good very fine, the reverse betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpences, older bust left, lima below (2), 1745, reads georgius, rev. seven strings to harp, angles plain (ESC 1756 {1617}; S.3710); another, 1746, similar, reads georgivs, rev. eight strings to harp (ESC 1757 {1618} - but 8 strings not recorded; S.3710A), both toned, good very fine or better (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1750, rev. modified arms, five strings to harp (ESC 1760 {1620}; S.3711), the occasional fleck, otherwise toned and boldly struck extremely fine or better, in CGS holder, graded UNC 80Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpence, 1751, rev. five strings to harp (ESC 1761 [R2] {1621}; S.3711), toned, near extremely fine, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Sixpences (2), 1757, rev. six strings to harp (ESC 1762 {1622}); another, 1758, as last (ESC 1763 {1623}; S.3711), good very fine or better, both toned (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1729 (4), younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 1765 {2402}; S.3716), bright and lustrous (?), good very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1731 (4) (ESC 1766 {2403}; S.3716), variable tone, about very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1732 (4) (ESC 1767 {2404}; S.3716), toned, very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1735 (4) (ESC 1768 {2405}; S.3716), toned, good very fine to near extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1737 (4) (ESC 1769 {2406}; S.3716), the first heavily flecked, the third rubbed, otherwise fine to very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1739 (4) (ESC 1770 {2407}; S.3716), well matched for tone, extremely fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1740 (4) (ESC 1771 {2408}; S.3716), the second rubbed, otherwise generally very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1743 (4) (ESC 1772 [R2] {2409}; S.3716), good very fine to near extremely fine, the key date for reign (4)provenanceDNW 141, 14 June 2017, lot 393Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1746 (4) (ESC 1773 {2410}; S.3716), toned, good very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1760 (4) (ESC 1774 {2411}; S.3716), very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy pairs (2), Twopence and Penny, 1756 (ESC 1814, 1838 {2235, 2348}); another, Twopence and Penny, 1759 (ESC 1815, 1841 {2236, 2351}; S.3714A, 3715A), toned, all near extremely fine (4)As no Fourpences or Threepences were issued for 1756 or 1759, these composite pairings represent the available 'set' for the yearSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Maundy Pennies (7), 1750; 1752 over 0; 1753; 1754; 1755, gratia: -; 1757, gratia: -; 1758 (ESC 1831, 1833-34, 1836-37, 1839-40 {2342, 2344-45, 2346-47; 2349-50; S.3715A), toned, extremely fine to about mint state, some choice (7)This group represents all of the available irregular issues of Maundy Penny outside of those produced for setsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1729, younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia seated left, stop at end of legend (BMC [Peck] 830; S.3717), a hint or residual lustre in recesses, otherwise good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1730, rev. stop after britannia (BMC [Peck] 836; S.3717), well-centred on a broad flan, pleasing thus, extremely fine or betterprovenanceR Shuttlewood, Spink Numismatic Circular, February 2001, MC0279 - £175Dr E A Johnstone, collection purchased en bloc by Baldwin, 1973Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1731, rev. stop after britannia (BMC [Peck] 840; S.3717), evidently the product of worn dies, otherwise with much residual mint colour in recesses, about extremely fine for strikeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1732, rev. stop after britannia (BMC [Peck] 842; S.3717), a softer strike with a hint of original colour in deepest recesses, nevertheless a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1733, rev. stop after britannia (BMC [Peck] 845; S.3717), a small surface flaw to reverse by n of britannia, otherwise with residual lustre in recesses, good very fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1734, stops on obverse, rev. date unaltered (BMC [Peck] 847; S.3717), a very minor flan split by x of rex, otherwise an attractively bold portrait, on a neat round flan, evidently an early striking for issue, with further traces of residual colour, attractive thus, extremely fine or betterprovenancePurchased Cooke, April 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpennies (2), 1735; 1736 (BMC [Peck] 849; 850; S.3717), the first with traces of original colour, very fine or better, the second softly struck otherwise near very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1737 (BMC [Peck] 851; S.3717), residual lustre in recesses, otherwise almost extremely fineprovenanceSpink, 29 March 2007, lot 431Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1738 (BMC [Peck] 852; S.3717), patinated and lustrous, but softly struck on hair, nevertheless attractive about extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1739 (BMC [Peck] 853; S.3717), a dig by r of georgivs, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1740, older bust left, reads georgius, rev. Britannia seated left (BMC [Peck] 870; S.3718), a minor flaw in reverse field, otherwise residually lustrous and well struck, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1742, date unaltered (BMC [Peck] 872; S.3718), an exceptionally bold striking, with a trace of lustre in deepest recesses, attractive thus, choice uncirculated, but for cabinet friction to highest pointsprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 10, Summer 2006, no. 232 - £375Cheshire collection [2365]Formerly in NGC holder, graded MS64 BrownSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1743 (BMC [Peck] 873; S.3718), an unfortunate flan flaw across hair, otherwise about extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1744 (BMC [Peck] 874; S.3718), some spotting to reverse, otherwise with much residual lustre in recesses, extremely fineprovenanceRev. Strickland Neville Rolfe (1789-1852), Baldwin 65, 5 May 2008, lot 1398Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1745 (BMC [Peck] 875; S.3718), toned and patinated surfaces, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1746, reads georgivs (BMC [Peck] 876; S.3719), 'halo' effect to reverse on account of an aging or rusty die, otherwise toned, with a hint of lustre, almost uncirculatedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1747 (BMC [Peck] 877; S.3719), oxidised surfaces, otherwise good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1748 (BMC [Peck] 878; S.3719), a few light rim scuffs, otherwise attractive tone overlying patinated surfaces, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1749 (BMC [Peck] 879; S.3719), much mint colour, almost uncirculated albeit softly struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1750 (BMC [Peck] 880; S.3719), extremely fine, a scarcer dateprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, August 2000, no. 3830 (illus.) - £120Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1751 (BMC [Peck] 881; S.3719), struck with a rusty obverse die, otherwise good extremely fineprovenancePurchased Seaby, 1947 - 14/-H Deane, "A Collection of Copper coins", purchased en bloc by Seaby, 1946Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1752 (BMC [Peck] 882; S.3719), flan pinching above head, otherwise with much residual colour, almost uncirculatedprovenancePurchased M Rasmussen, September 2003Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1753 (BMC [Peck] 883; S.3719), carbon spots on otherwise lustrous surfaces, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Halfpenny, 1754 (BMC [Peck] 884; S.3719), a minor surface flaw to reverse 12 o'clock, otherwise near extremely fineprovenancePurchased Seaby, 1947 - 10/-H Deane, "A Collection of Copper coins", purchased en bloc by Seaby, 1946Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1730, younger laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia seated left (BMC [Peck] 854; S.3720), residual lustre, almost extremely fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, January 1994Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1731 (BMC [Peck] 858; S.3720), lustrous and patinated surfaces, very fine, the reverse betterprovenancePurchased Cooke, February 1993Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1732 (BMC [Peck] 859; S.3720), radiating die flaws at periphery, with a hint of original colour, good very fine or betterprovenancePurchased Cooke, October 2006Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1733 (BMC [Peck] 860; S.3720), striking softness by date, the portrait otherwise boldly struck, good very fineprovenanceCheshire collection [2380] (via Cooke, April 2008) Formerly in NGC holder, graded MS64 BrownSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1734, stops on obverse (BMC [Peck] 861; S.3720), softly struck, but with much residual lustre, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1735 (BMC [Peck] 863; S.3720), softly struck, but with a light tone overlying lustrous surfaces, very fine or betterprovenanceHeritage, New York Signature sale, 6 January 2007, lot 51669Formerly in PCGS holder, graded MS63 BrownSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1736, double-tie ribands (BMC [Peck] 864; S.3720), softly struck on portrait and by date, but with much residual colour, very fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, June 1993Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1737, large date, the '37' re-entered over lower digits (BMC [Peck] 867; S.3720), about very fineprovenancePurchased Cooke, January 1994Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1739, large and unaltered date letters (BMC [Peck] 869; S.3720), much original colour with additional lustre, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1741, older bust left, reads georgius, rev. Britannia seated left (BMC [Peck] 885; S.3721), toned with a trace of lustre in recesses, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1744 (BMC [Peck] 886; S.3721), much original colour, a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, June 1993, no. 3694 (illus.) - £135Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1746, reads georgivs (BMC [Peck] 887; S.3722), well-struck, good extremely fineprovenanceWith ticket for 5/- in same hand (Seaby) as those of lots 397 and 400Purchased Glendining, 1948Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1749 (BMC [Peck] 889; S.3722), central striking softness, but with residual colour, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1750 (BMC [Peck] 890; S.3722), near extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1754, date unaltered (BMC [Peck] 892; S.3722), patchy tone overlying lustrous surfaces, a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceIra & Larry Goldberg 53, 24 May 2009, lot 3241Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1763, 'Northumberland' type, first young, laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform (ESC 2124 {1214}; S.3742), light flecking across lightly toned and lustrous surfaces, the reverse particularly attractive, good extremely fineStruck in commemoration of the appointment of Hugh, Earl of Northumberland as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Shilling, 1764, by Richard Yeo or John Tanner, en médaille, type otherwise as "Northumberland's issue", edge plain, 5.76g (Clark 490; Murdoch III, 288; Slaney II, 509; ESC 2165 {1238}; S-), a gentleman's pocket-piece with light rim bruising and evidence of heavy circulation, fine or marginally better, nevertheless very rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Shilling, 1778, by Richard Yeo, struck on a heavier flan, stop after gratia, intermediate laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. inverted die axis, crowned shields cruciform, edge plain, 6.52g (cf. Clark 491; cf. Slaney II, 510; cf. ESC 2169 [R3] {cf. 1240}; S-), once cleaned, nevertheless retaining some residual brilliance, extremely fine thus, coin alignment not recorded by Bull for the heavier flan issue, very rareprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, October 1995, no. 5641 - £1,000Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please vie...

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1787, second laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, stop above head, rev. with semée of hearts in third shield, stops at date (ESC 2129 {1225}; S.3746); additionally, Sixpences, 1787, with semée of hearts (2) (ESC 2190 {1629}; S.3749), varying tone and states of lustre, generally about extremely fine or better (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Sixpence, 1788, in silver, by Jean-Pierre Droz, large flan module, crowned gr cypher inside wreath, rev. en médaille, britan-nia, Britannia seated left, date in exergue, edge straight grained, 2.53g (ESC 2216 {1642}; S-), much surviving brilliance, overlaid by a light, but attractive iridescence, some sporadic surface marks and other cabinet friction, otherwise near extremely fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Sixpence, 1790, in silver, by Jean-Pierre Droz, small flan module, crowned gr cypher inside simple wreath, rev. en médaille, britannia - 1790, Britannia seated left, edge plain, 2.55g (ESC 2219 {1645}; S-), very faint surface hairlines in otherwise brilliant fields, practically as struck, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Pattern Sixpence, 1791, in silver, by Jean-Pierre Droz, small flan module, crowned gr cypher inside simple wreath, rev. en médaille, britannia, Britannia seated left, hand outstretched, 1791 in exergue, edge plain, 2.67g (ESC 2222 {1647}; S-), a pocket-piece with only residual brilliance extant in recesses, otherwise toned, a near very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1763 (4), laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 2230 {2412}; S.3762), some dipped, others lustrous, about extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy coins, 1765 (3), Fourpence to Twopence (ESC 2245 [R5] {1909}, 2257 [R4] {2035}, 2272 {2239}; S.3750, 3753, 3756), the Fourpence once wiped but with brilliance in recesses, thus very fine, the others toned, the Threepence attractively so and extremely well struck, mint state, the Penny with rub, a pleasing very fine, all extremely rare (3)provenanceiii) Spink Numismatic Circular, March 1997, no. 1077 (illus.) - £295As no Pennies were issued for 1765, this composite, and extremely rare grouping is an accurate reflection of the available Maundy 'set' for the year.Su...

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1766 (4) (ESC 2232 {2414}; S.3762), toned, good fine to good very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence, Threepence and Penny, 1770 (3) (ESC 2247 [R3] {1911}, 2260 {2037}, 2290 {2355}; S.3750, 3753, 3759), the Fourpence very fine and scarce, the Threepence toned and brilliant, extremely fine, the Penny similar but wiped with some residual lustre (3)As no Twopences were issued for 1770, this composite group is an accurate representation of the available Maundy 'set' for the year.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1772 (4) (ESC 2233 {2415}; S.3762), unmatched tone, otherwise very fine or better (4)provenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, February 1993, no. 267Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence, Twopence and Penny, 1776 (3); 2d - unbarred a in mag; 1d, 7 re-entered over higher 7 (ESC 2250 {1914}, 2278 {2243}, 2292 {2357}; S.3750, 3756, 3759), toned, extremely fine or near so (3)As no Threepences were issued for 1776, this composite group is an accurate representation of the available Maundy 'set' for the year.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1780 (4) (ESC 2234 {2416}; S.3762), toned, very fine to near extremely fine, the last with usual striking flaw to portrait (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1784 (4) (ESC 2235 {2417}; S.3762), surfaces lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1786 (4) (ESC 2236 {2418}; S.3762), surfaces lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), 'Maundy' Threepences (4), 1762; 1763; 1766; 1772 (ESC 2254-55, 59, 61 {2033-34, 36, 38}; S.3753), some toned, some bright, all lustrous, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy oddments (8), Threepences (6), 1780; 1784; 1786; 1792, 'wire money'; 1795; 1800 (ESC 2264-66 {2041-43, 2419-21}; S.3753-55); additionally, Pennies (2), 1779; 1781 (ESC 2294; 96 {2358, 2360), very fine to extremely fine, all lustrous, some toned, the last with usual die flaw on portrait (8)This group represents most of the available series of Maundy coinage struck outside of year sets.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1792 (4), 'Wire money', second bust right (ESC 2237 {2419}; S.3763), well matched set for tone, good fine to very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1795 (4) (ESC 2238 {2420}; S.3764), cleaned, about very fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1800 (4) (ESC 2239 {2421}; S.3764), toned, a nice set, extremely fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon, decus et tutamen* anno regni lviii* on edge (ESC 2005 {211}; S.3787), attractive tone overlying lustrous surfaces, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1818, decus et tutamen* anno regni lix* on edge (ESC 2009 {214}; S.3787), possibly once very lightly wiped but with surfaces still exhibiting residual brilliance, a few scattered surface marks, otherwise extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1819 over 8, decus et tutamen* anno regni lix* on edge (ESC 2012 [R3] {215B}; S.3787), highly reflective if quite bagmarked surfaces, probably enhanced by past dipping, nevertheless appealing, extremely fine or near so, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crowns, 1819 (2), decus et tutamen* anno regni lix* on edge (ESC 2010 {215}); another, lx (ESC 2013 {216}; S.3787), the second artificially toned, otherwise both good very fine to almost extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1820 over 19, decus et tutamen* anno regni lx* on edge (ESC 2018 [R3] {220A}); another, lx (ESC 2013 [R3] {216}; S.3787), buffed with further more abrasive scrubbing on neck, otherwise almost extremely fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1820, decus et tutamen* anno regni lx* on edge (ESC 2018 [R3] {220A}), once wiped, the reverse otherwise quite brilliant, near extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1816, first issue, laureate head as viewed from right shoulder, rev. small crowned shield in Garter, six strings to harp (ESC 2086 {613}; S.3788), lightly cleaned but residually lustrous, about extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1817, first issue, rev. s over i in pense (ESC 2092 [R3] {-}; S.3788), lightly cleaned on obverse, the reverse otherwise residually lustrous, about extremely fine, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrowns, second issue (3), 1817, laureate 'bull' head right right, rev. larger crown shield in Garter, six strings to harp (ESC 2096 {618}); also, 1818 (ESC 2099 {621}); 1819 (ESC 2101 {623}; S.3789), the first and second toned, the last wiped on obverse but otherwise lustrous, good very fine to extremely fine (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1819 over 8, (ESC 2103 {-}; S.3789), flat, but the overdate clear, fair thus, extremely rare and unpriced in the Standard catalogueprovenanceDNW 69, 9 December 2003, lot 696Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1820 (ESC 2105 {625}; S.3789), the odd bagmark, otherwise lustrous, practically mint stateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shillings (2), 1816, laureate 'bull' head right, rev. crowned shield in Garter, 5 strings to harp (ESC 2140 {1228}); also, 1817 (ESC 2144 {1232}; S.3790), both lightly hairlined, otherwise lustrous, about mint state (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1818, 'high 8' (ESC 2140 {1228}); also, 1817 (ESC 2151 {1234A}; S.3790), a few light pecks to cheek and other faint bagmarks, otherwise choice mint stateprovenanceM Rasmussen, list 26, Summer 2014 - £325 Baldwin 52, 25 September 2007, lot 541Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Shillings (3), 1819; 1819 over 8; 1820 (ESC 2140 {1228}); also, 1817 (ESC 2151 {1234A}; S.3790), the first cleaned, otherwise almost extremely fine, the second once wiped, similar, the last choice mint state (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Sixpences (5), 1816, laureate 'bull' head right, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2191 {1630}); also, 1817; 1818; 1819; 1820 (ESC 2195, 2199, 2201, 2205 {1632, 1634, 1636, 1638; S.3791), all but fourth once lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine or better, the 1819 boldly struck and lightly toned, otherwise choice mint state (5)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1817 (4), laureate 'bull' head right, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 2240 {2422}; S.3792), once dipped, otherwise extremely fine and well matched for colour (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1818 (4) (ESC 2241 {2423}; S.3792), variable tone, good very fine to extremely fine (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1820 (4) (ESC 2242 {2424}; S.3792), lustrous, extremely fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), Maundy Threepences (3), 1817; 1818, unbarred as in gratia; 1820 (ESC 2267 [R2] {-}; S.3794), the first lustrous, the rest toned, all about extremely fine or better, the second rare (3)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon, decus et tutamen anno regni secundo on edge (ESC 2310 {246}; S.3805), once wiped giving the appearance of somewhat burnished surfaces, otherwise extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Proof Crown, 1821, laureate head left, rev. inverted die axis, St George and dragon, wwp upright below lance, date and bp in exergue, decus et tutamen. anno regni tertio. on edge, 28.08g (ESC 2317 [R3] {250}; S.3805), light and attractive cabinet tone overlying brilliant surfaces, practically as struck, very rare with the erroneous edge dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1822, decus et tutamen anno regni secundo on edge (ESC 2318 {251}; S.3805), toned, a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, May 1994, no. 3269 - £200Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1822, decus et tutamen anno regni tertio on edge (ESC 2320 {252}; S.3805), cleaned, otherwise bold details, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Proof Crown, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned shield with heavy garnishing, motto below, decus et tutamen anno regni septimo on edge, 28.21g (ESC 2336 {257}; S.3806), portrait more softly struck, otherwise attractive tone overlying brilliant surfaces, a pleasing extremely fine, rareprovenanceSpink Numismatic Circular, November 1992, no. 6656 - £750Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1820, first issue, laureate head left, rev. crowned and lightly garnished oval shield, edge milled (ESC 2357 {628}; S.3807), lustrous, extremely fine or near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrowns, 1821, first issue, rev. lightly garnished shield (ESC 2360 {631}; S.3807); another, 1823, second issue, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2365 {634}; S.3808), both wiped with scattered surface marks, otherwise very fine or better (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1824, second issue (ESC 2367 {636}; S.3808), lustrous, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1825, third issue, bare head left, rev. crowned shield with heavy garnishing, motto below (ESC 2371 {642}; S.3809), friction to high points, otherwise bright and lustrous, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1826, third issue (ESC 2375 {646}; S.3809), streaks of cabinet friction across obverse and with several carbon spots to reverse otherwise practically as struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1828, third issue (ESC 2377 {648}; S.3809), once wiped on obverse, nevertherless with much residual lustre, about extremely fine, a rare dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1829, third issue (ESC 2378 {649}; S.3809), softly struck and once lightly wiped, now with a hint of retone, extremely fine or near so, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1821, first issue, laureate head left, rev. crowned and garnished oval shield (ESC 2396 {1247}; S.3810), light peripheral tone and a hint of cabinet friction on high points, otherwise a pleasing extremely fineprovenanceDNW 136, 8 June 2016, lot 502 - £320DNW 91, 16 March 2011, lot 565 - £360Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1823, second issue, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2398 {1249}; S.3811), softly struck, otherwise lustrous, about extremely fine, a rare dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1824, second issue (ESC 2400 {1251}; S.3811), lustrous, practically as struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1825, second issue (ESC 2402 {1253}; S.3811), toned, almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shillings, 1825, third issue (2), the first with a clogged 5 punch to give the semblance of a '5 over 3' over date, bare head left, rev. Lion atop crown (ESC 2405 {1254}; S.3812), the second with a hint of tone, otherwise both choice mint state (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shillings, 1826, third issue (2) (ESC 2409 {1257}; S.3812), the second toned, the first lustrous, extremely fine or better (2)Note: The first purchased as an 1826 over 2 specimen, the present cataloguer is unable to substantiate this assertionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1827, third issue (ESC 2412 {1259}; S.3812), softly struck on hair, otherwise lustrous, almost extremely fine, a rare dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Shilling, 1829, third issue (ESC 2413 {1260}; S.3812), once wiped, now retoning, otherwise a bold very fine, the reverse better, a scarce dateSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpences (2), 1821, first issue, laureate head left, rev. crowned and garnished oval shield (ESC 2421 {1654}; S.3813); another, 1824, second issue, similar, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 2425 {1657}; S.3814), the second once wiped, otherwise residually lustrous, about extremely fine, the first better with light toning (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1825, second issue (ESC 2427 {1659}; S.3814), toned and lustrous, extremely fine or betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpences, 1826 (2), second issue (ESC 2430 [R2] {1660}; S.3814); another, third issue, bare head left, rev. Lion atop crown (ESC 2433 {1662}; S.3815), the first the rarer variety for date, otherwise toned, very fine, the second once wiped, nevertheless almost extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1827, third issue (ESC 2437 [R2] {1664}; S.3815), toned, very fine, the reverse better, rareSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1828, third issue (ESC 2438 {1665}; S.3815), choice, practically as struckIt is interesting to compare the reported mintages for Sixpences in 1827 and 1828, for the figure of the former at 166,320 pieces completely dwarfs that of the 15,840 struck for the latter, and would initially suggest that 1828 should be a highly prized numismatic rarity as in the case of the keenly-collected Sovereign also struck for this year. However a cursory study of auction records for the last two decades would suggest that whilst indeed very scarce, curiously 1828 issues appear twic...

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1829, third issue (ESC 2439 {1666}; S.3815), toned, good extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1822 (4), laureate head left, (the 3d small head), rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 2444 {2425}; S.3816), patchy partial tone resultant from past dipping, otherwise all bold very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1823 (4) (ESC 2446 {2427}; S.3816), patchy partial tone resultant from past dipping, otherwise all extremely fine or near so (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1824 (4) (ESC 2447 {2428}; S.3816), once dipped, hence bright but residually lustrous surfaces, otherwise all extremely fine or near so, a scarcer date (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1825 (4), 2d - reads tritanniar - (t over b error) (ESC 2449 [R3] {cf. 2429A}; S.3816), once cleaned, the Threepence exhibiting most rub, otherwise very fine to near extremely fine, the Twopence one of the better pieces, with the error clear, rare (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1826 (4), 2d - reads tritanniar - (t over b error) (ESC 2451 [R3] {cf. 2430A}; S.3816), once cleaned, otherwise a bold very fine to near extremely fine, the Twopence again with the error clear, rare (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1827 (4) (ESC 2452 {2431}; S.3816), lustrous, good very fine or better, but for scattered surface marks (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1828 (4) (ESC 2453 {2432}; S.3816), lustrous, good very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1829 (4) (ESC 2455 {2434}; S.3816), suitably well matched for tone, very fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1830 (4) (ESC 2456 {2435}; S.3816), wiped, otherwise lustrous, very fine or better, but for scattered surface marks (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-30), Maundy Threepences (9), 1822-30, the first with 'small head' (S.3818-19), variable tone, very fine or better (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrowns (9), 1911-19, bare head left, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 3709, 3711-18 {757, 759-66}; S.4011), lustrous, extremely to practically as struck, some earlier strikings with better portrait hair detail (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Florins (9), 1911-19, bare head left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres (ESC 3755, 3757-64 {929, 931-38}; S.4012), lustrous, very fine to extremely fine or better, some earlier strikings (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Shillings (9), 1911-19, bare head left, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3799, 3801-08 {1420, 1422-29}; S.4013), lustrous, very fine to extremely fine or better, some earlier strikings, others toned (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Sixpences (9), 1911-19, bare head left, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3871, 3873-81 {1795, 1797-1805}; S.4014); additionally, Threepences (9), 1911-19, similar, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 3926, 3928-35 {2124, 2126-32; S.4015), lustrous, others toned, very fine to near uncirculated (18)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1911 (4), bare head left, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 3970 {2527}; S.4016), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1912 (4) (ESC 3972 {2529}; S.4016), lustrous, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1913 (4) (ESC 3973 {2530}; S.4016), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1914 (4) (ESC 3974 {2531}; S.4016), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1915 (4) (ESC 3975 {2532}; S.4016), lightly toned, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1916 (4) (ESC 3976 {2533}; S.4016), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1917 (4) (ESC 3977 {2534}; S.4016), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1918 (4) (ESC 3978 {2535}; S.4016), lustrous, the last toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1919 (4) (ESC 3979 {2536}; S.4016), toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1920 (4) (ESC 3980 {2537}; S.4016), toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrowns (7), 1920-26, recut shallow bare head left, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 3720, 3722-25; 3727-28 {767A, 768-73; S.4021A), lustrous, very fine to extremely fine or better, the 1925 boldly struck, a scarce date (7)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Florins (7), 1920-26, recut shallow bare head left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles (ESC 3766, 3768-69; 3774-75; 3777-78 {939A, 940-41; 942-43; 944-45; S.4022A), lustrous, generally extremely fine or near so (7)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Shillings (6), 1920-25, recut shallow bare head left, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3811, 3813; 3815; 3818; 3820; 3823 {939A, 940-41; 942-43; 944-45; S.4023A), lustrous, generally extremely fine or near so (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Sixpences (6), 1920-25, bare head left, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3882; 3884-86; 3888; 3892 {1806-11}; S.4024); additionally, Threepences (5), 1920; 1921; 1922; 1925; 1926 similar, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 3938-39; 3941; 3943-44 {2135-39}; S.4026), all lustrous, extremely fine to uncirculated (11)Note: No currency strikings of Threepences occurred in 1923 and 1924.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1921 (4) (ESC 3981 {2538}; S.4027), lightly toned, extremely fine or better (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1922 (4) (ESC 3982 {2539}; S.4027), lustrous, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1923 (4) (ESC 3983 {2540}; S.4027), lustrous with a light tone, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1924 (4) (ESC 3984 {2541}; S.4027), lightly toned, about as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1925 (4) (ESC 3985 {2542}; S.4027), lustrous, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1926 (4) (ESC 3986 {2543}; S.4027), light peripheral tone, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1927 (4) (ESC 3987 {2544}; S.4027), light tone, practically as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrowns (2), 1926; 1927, modified effigy left, rev. crowned shield in Garter (ESC 3729-30 {774-75}; S.4032); also, Shillings (3), 1926 (2); 1927, similar, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3827-28 {1437-38}; S.4033); Sixpences (3), 1926 (2); 1927, as last (ESC 3895-96 {1814-15}; S.4034); lastly, Threepence, 1926, similar, rev. crowned mark of value (ESC 3945 {2140}; S.4035), all lustrous, about extremely fine or better (9)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Proof Crown, 1927, modified bare head left, rev. crown in wreath (ESC 3631 {367}; S.4036), light peripheral tone, otherwise brilliant, as struck, 15,030 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1928 (ESC 3633 {368}; S.4036), lustrous with light surface marks, otherwise a bold extremely fine, 9,034 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1929 (ESC 3636 {369}; S.4036), surface rub, almost extremely fine, 4,994 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1930 (ESC 3638 {370}; S.4036), boldly struck, extremely fine or better, 4,847 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1931 (ESC 3639 {371}; S.4036), extremely fine, 4,056 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1932 (ESC 3641 {372}; S.4036), some rub to high points, otherwise about extremely fine, 2,395 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1933 (ESC 3644 {373}; S.4036), near extremely fine, 7,132 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1934 (ESC 3647 [R2] {374}; S.4036), practically as struck, very rare, 932 struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Crown, 1936 (ESC 3649 {381}; S.4036), once wiped, otherwise boldly struck, extremely fine or better, 2,473 struckStruck posthumously, during the reign of Edward VIIISubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Halfcrowns (10), Proof, 1927, modified bare head left, rev. shield (ESC 3732 {776}); also, currency strike, 1928-36 (9), similar (ESC 3734; 3737; 3739; 3741; 3743; 3745; 3747; 3749; 3751 {777-85}; S.4037), the first brilliant, the rest lustrous, all about mint state (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Florins (9), Proof, 1927, modified bare head left, rev. crown-tipped sceptre-cross, shields cruciform ina ngles (ESC 3779 {947}); also, currency strike, 1928-36 (8), similar (ESC 3781; 3783; 3785; 3787; 3789; 3791; 3793; 3796 {948-55}; S.4037), the first brilliant, the rest lustrous with a light tone, all about mint state (9)No Florins were struck for 1934.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Shillings (10), 1927-36, modified bare head left, rev. Lion passant atop crown (ESC 3829; 3832; 3835; 3837; 3839; 3842; 3845; 3847; 3850; 3853 {1439-49}; S.4039), all lustrous, about mint state (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Sixpences (10), Proof, 1927, modified bare head left, rev. oak sprigs and acorns (ESC - {1816}); also, currency strikes (9), 1928-30, similar, wide edge milling (ESC 3900; 3903; 3905 {1817-19}; S.4040); also, 1931-36, as last, narrow edge milling (ESC 3907; 3910; 3913; 3915; 3917; 3920 {1820-25}; S.4041), the first brilliant with overlying tone, the rest lustrous, about mint state (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Threepences (10), Proof, 1927, modified bare head left, rev. oak sprigs and acorns (ESC 3946 {2141}); also, currency strikes (8), 1928-36, similar (ESC 3948-49; 3951; 3953; 3955; 3957; 3959; 3962 {2141-49}; S.4042), the first brilliant with overlying tone, the rest lustrous, about mint state (9)Note: No Threepences were struck for 1929.Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1928 (4) (ESC 3988 {2545}; S.4043), lustrous, about as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1929 (4) (ESC 3989 {2546}; S.4043), lustrous with light tone, about as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1930 (4), rev. re-engraved details (ESC 3990 {2547}; S.4043), lustrous, about as struck (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1931 (4) (ESC 3991 {2548}; S.4043), about brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1932 (4) (ESC 3993 {2549}; S.4043), speckled tone, otherwise about brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1933 (4) (ESC 3994 {2550}; S.4043), speckled tone, otherwise about brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1934 (4) (ESC 3995 {2551}; S.4043), light tone, otherwise about brilliant uncirculated (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1935 (4) (ESC 3996 {2552}; S.4043), light tone, otherwise about brilliant uncirculated, a scarcer date set (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Maundy Fourpence to Penny, 1936 (4) (ESC 3997 {2553}; S.4043), about brilliant uncirculated, a scarcer date set (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George V (1910-36), Pennies (15), first issue (14), 1911-26, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (S.4051); additionally, second issue, 1927, modified effigy, rev. similar, shorter index finger (S.4054A); variable lustre, extremely fine to uncirculated (15)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.