The Dr. Erik Miller Collection Part I - Crowns

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The Dr. Erik Miller Collection Part I - Crowns

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Spink London

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Tuesday 26th March 2019 - 06:30pm  

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Spink is proud to announce the forthcoming sale of choice English Silver Crowns formed by Dr Erik Miller, to be auctioned at a special evening event in our London showroom on Tuesday 26 March at 6:30pm. The collection, unseen at a public saleroom for over half-a-century features many notable highlights, including a probable presentation coin to the first Scottish Prime Minister of Great Britain, a choice run of the coins of Queen Anne, as well as a quite superb Commonwealth 1649 Crown once in the possession of the Dukes of Beaufort, and quite probably one of the earliest recorded female numismatists. Surely this is one not to be missed.

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Anne (1702-1714), Crown, 1703 tertio, draped bust left, vigo below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, angles plain, + decvs • et • tvtamen • anno • regni • tertio • on edge, 29.81g {460.0grns} (ESC 1340 {99}; S.3576), small drag marks below French and Scottish shields, otherwise a magnificent coin, with only a hint of tone across otherwise gloriously proof-like surfaces, probably the finest known example of this extremely popular issue of Spanish "bounty" silverprovenanceWhetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 89 - "extremely fine, proof-like, rare thus" - £135.0.0 (via Spink, 15 July...

Scotland, Charles I (1625-1649), Sixty Shillings, c.1625-1634, first coinage, m.m. thistle, • carolvs • d • g • mag • brit • fran • [ & • hib] • rex •, James VI as horseman riding right, holding sword, ground line below, rev. • qvæ • devs • 6 • co[nivnx]it • nemo • separet •, square-topped and garnished Stuart shield, 29.93g {462.0grns} (Murdoch, lot 304, same dies; Burns fig. 996; S.5540), double-struck as typical for issue, otherwise a pleasingly round and darkly toned example, the portrait boldly struck, very fine or better for type, rare thusprovenancePurchased Spink, 30 December 1965 - £...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1625, Tower, m.m. lis, • carolvs.' d? g? mag? bri? fr? et hib? rex •, King on horseback riding left, sword breaking inner circle, ornamented caparisons, with plumed headdress, but no ground line, rev. chris-to • avs-pice • r-egno •, square-topped and garnished shield over cross fourchée, 29.22g {450.9grns}, 8h (Hawkins 1a; Francis 1a; FRC II/I; Brooker 231, same dies; N.2190; S.2753), some light rub to portraiture, otherwise pleasantly toned and well struck, especially to reverse, good very fineprovenancePurchased Baldwin, 15 July 1961 - £50.0.0Subject to 20% VAT...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1630, Tower, m.m. plume of feathers, • carolvs • d.' g.' mag.' brit.' fra.' et hib.' rex •:•, King on horseback riding left, holding sword across shoulder, horse caparisoned with plume headdress and cross on housing, no ground line rev. • christo •:• avspice •:• regno •:• {plume} •:•, oval garnished shield, Welsh plume above dividing cypher, 30.07g {464.1grns}, 9h (Hawkins 2b1; Francis 2; FRC IX/XII; Brooker 242, same obverse die; N.2192; S.2756), a faint trace of metal stress and softness at 3 o'clock and to corresponding area of reverse as typical for this obver...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1632, Tower, m.m. harp (over rose over plume of feathers on obverse only), • carolvs • d.' g.' mag.' brit.' fra.' et . hib.' rex •:•, King on horseback riding left, holding sword across shoulder, horse caparisoned with plume headdress and cross on housing, no ground line, rev. • christo •:• avspice •:• regno •:•, oval garnished shield, divided cypher above, 29.61g {456.95grns}, 2h (Hawkins 2b2; Francis 2b; FRC X*/XV; Brooker 247, same dies; N.2193; S.2755), light rub in obverse field, otherwise a pleasingly round and well-toned example, good very fine, rare thusp...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1635, Tower, m.m. crown, • carolvs • d.' g.' mag.' br.' fr.' et . hi.' rex •:•, King on horseback riding left, holding sword that divides legend, no housing, headdress or ground line, rev. • christo • avspice • regno, oval garnished shield with six even scrolls, Welsh plume above, 29.85g {460.7grns}, 4h (Hawkins 3b; Francis 3b; FRC XVI/XXII; Brooker 259, same dies; N.2196; S.2759), subtle rub in fields, otherwise a broad and well-toned striking from extensively refurbished dies, a pleasing very fine, rare thusprovenanceWhetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 28 - £40.0.0 (Mil...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1638, Tower, m.m. anchor [flukes to right], •:• carolvs • d? g? mag? br? fr? et • hib? rex •:•, King on horseback riding left, holding sword, no housing, headdress or ground line, rev. •:• christo • avspice • regno •:•, oval garnished shield with six even scrolls, 30.03g {463.4grns}, 1h (Hawkins 3a; Francis 3a; FRC XVIII/XXVI; Brooker 263, same dies; N.2195; S.2758), light surface rub in obverse field, otherwise a pleasingly circular and well-toned example, very fine or better for issue, rareprovenanceSNC, June 1959, no. 14149 - "an exceptionally fine, beautifully...

Scotland, Charles I (1625-1649), Sixty Shillings, c.1637-1642, third coinage, type 1, Briot's milled issue, m.m. thistle and b, carolvs • d:g • magn • britann • franc • et • hibern • rex, King on horseback trotting left, sash flies behind, holding sword, grassy ground line below, rev. qvæ • devs • conivnxit • nemo • separet •, crowned square-topped and lightly garnished Stuart shield, 29.35g {453.0grns} (Murray, BNJ {1970}, pp. 133; SCBI XXXV, nos. 1424-26, same dies; Burns 1005, same dies; S.5552), the flan profile typical of the rocker press production method, and with a trace of adjustment...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1645, Tower, m.m. sun, carolvs • d.' g.' mag.' bri.' fra.' et . hib.' rex, King on horseback riding left, sash flies behind, holding sword, no housing, headdress or ground line, rev. •:• christo • avspice • regno •:•, oval garnished shield with six even scrolls, 30.18g {465.75grns}, 10h (Hawkins 4; Francis 4; FRC XXIV/XXXVII; Brooker 272, same dies; N.2198; S.2761), traces of metal stressing in fields, otherwise a broad striking, a pleasing very fineprovenancePurchased Spink, 20 February 1959 - £25.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information ple...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1645, Tower, m.m. sun, • carolvs • d.' g.' mag.' bri.' fra.' et . hib.' rex, King on horseback riding left, sash flies behind, holding sword that divides legend, no housing, headdress or ground line, rev. •:• christo • avspice • regno •:•, oval garnished shield with six even scrolls, 30.41g {469.3grns}, 10h (Hawkins 5; Francis 5; FRC XXVII/XL; Brooker 275, same obverse die; N.2199; S.2762), slight striking split at 2 o'clock, otherwise toned and attractively struck up across a broad flan, good very fine or better for issue, rare thusprovenanceCheckley, 10 February...

Charles II (1660-1685), Crown, 1662, edge undated, first laureate and draped bust right, rose below, rev. inverted die axis, first crowned shields cruciform, ten strings to harp, interlocking cs in angles, • decvs • et • tvtamen * on edge, 29.92g {461.7grns} (cf. ESC 341 {15B}; S.3350), a magnificent coin, equal to a proof, with a rich cabinet tone overlying residual brilliance, excepting a fine scratch in second quarter of reverse, a most pleasing extremely fine, very rare thus and with a fascinating pedigreeprovenancePurchased Baldwin, 24 August 1961 - £150.0.0Whetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 58...

Charles II (1660-1685), Crown, 1673 vicesimo qvinto, third laureate and draped bust right, rev. inverted die axis, no stop after hib, second crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, interlocking cs in angles, *•*• decvs • et • tvtamen • anno • regni • vicesimo qvinto on edge, 29.94g {462.0grns} (ESC 390/389 {47/46}; S.3358), usual die flaw above head, otherwise attractively toned, extremely fine, rare thusprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 13 July 1961) - "EF" - £30.0.0Lingford, 24-26 October 1950, lot 322 - "a lovely specimen, rare" - £12.0.0 (Baldwin)Lt-Col. Mor...

Scotland, Charles II (1660-1685), Dollar, 1681, • carolvs • ii • | • dei • gra •, laureate and draped bust left, f below truncation, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlocking cs in centre, thistles in angles, edge plain, 26.61g {410.7grns} (S.5618), toned, near very fine or better for issue, rare thusprovenancePurchased Spink, 30 December 1965 - £50.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-1649), Pound, 1642, Oxford, 'Declaration' type, i.m. plume, 10h, carolvs: d: g: magni: britani: fran: et: hib: rex, King on horseback riding left, sash flies behind, holding sword that touches inner circle, Oxford plume behind, no housing or headdress, grassy ground line below, rev. [outer legend] •:•:• exvrgat: devs: dissipentvr: inimici, [inner legend] relig • prot • leg | ang • liber • par in two lines in central tablet, three plumes and value above, 1642 below, 118.02g {1821.3grns}, 10h (Brooker 860, same dies; N.2398; S.2940), scattered digs and traces of smoothing in obv...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1643, "Declaration" type, Oxford, i.m. pellet, • carolvs: d: g: mag: brit: fran: et: hiber: rex, King on horseback riding left, sash flies behind, holding sword, plume behind, no housing or headdress, ground line below, rev. [outer legend] •:•:• exvrgat: devs: dissipentvr: inimici, [inner legend] relig: prot: leg | ang: liber: par in two lines in central tablet, three plumes and value above, 1643 below, 30.10g {464.5grns}, 2h (Morrieson A-3; Brooker 871, same dies; N.2405; S.2946), dark cabinet tone, good very fineprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acq...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1643, "Declaration" type, Oxford, m.m. plume, carolvs: d: g: mag: brit: fran: et: hi: rex, King on horseback riding left, sash flies behind, holding sword that touches inner circle, plume behind, no housing or headdress, grassy ground line below, rev. [outer legend] •:•:• exvrgat: devs: dissipentvr: inimici, relig: prot: leg | ang: liber: par in two lines in central tablet, three plumes and value above, 1643 below, 29.91g {461.6grns}, 11h (Morrieson B-3; Brooker 874, same dies; N.2406; S.2947), struck with aging dies, otherwise attractively toned, good very finepr...

Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, 1642-1643, Truro, m.m. rose, carolvs? d? g? mag? brit? fra? et? hi? rex, King on horseback riding left, sash flies behind, holding sword that touches inner circle, no housing or headdress or ground line below, rev. • christo ? avspice ? regno, oval garnished shield with five even scrolls, 29.25g {451.4grns}, 7h (Besly A1; Brooker 1008-1009, same dies; N.2531; S.3045), slightly double-struck on obverse with fine scratches behind head, otherwise bold details, the horse particularly pleasing, very fine or betterprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired...

Commonwealth (1649-1660), Crown, 1649, m.m. sun, • the • commonwealth • of • england •, shield of England within palm and laurel wreath, rev. • god • with • vs • 1649 •, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, mark of value above, 29.70g {458.3grns}, 11h (ESC 1 {1} [R4]; Tisbury, lot 820, same dies; N.2721; S.3214), an overt dig below obverse shield with further traces of stress marks and double-striking across an otherwise spectacularly broad and well toned flan, a pleasing very fine, with spots of red wax in recesses, only thirteen specimens traced for this extremely rare first date of iss...

Commonwealth (1649-1660), Crown, 1652, 'large 2', m.m. sun, • the • commonwealth • of • england •, ns over inverted ns in legend, shield of England within palm and laurel wreath, rev. • god • with • vs • 1652 •, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, mark of value above, 29.74g {459.0grns}, 10h (ESC 5 {5} [R3]; Tisbury, lot 824; N.2721; S.3214), an exceptional and most attractive coin, possibly the finest known for date, brilliantly choice and extremely rare thusprovenanceWhetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 50 - "extremely fine specimen, one of the best-known and very rare" - £125.0.0 (Miller)Webb,...

Edward VI (1547-1553), Crown, 1551, third coinage, fine silver issue, Tower, m.m. y, :edvvard’: vi: d’: g’: agl’: franc’: z: hiber’: rex., armoured King on horseback galloping right, rev. :posvi• devm: a-divtor-e’: mev’ :y:, square-topped shield over cross fourchée, 30.83g {475.8grns}, 9h (Lingford A-7; N.1933; S.2478), very faint stress marks to reverse field, otherwise an attractive cabinet tone on a pleasingly circular flan, good very fine, rare thusprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 17 April 1962) - £55.0.0Whitley, 11 April 1956, lot 132 - "extremely fine, toned, rare"...

Edward VI (1547-1553), Crown, 1551, third coinage, fine silver issue, Tower, m.m. tun, :edvvard’: vi: d’: g’: agl’: franci’. z: hib’: rex:, armoured King on horseback galloping right, rev. :posvi devm: a-divtor-e’: mevm, square-topped shield over cross fourchée, 31.11g {480.1grns}, 5h (Lingford Z-12; N.1933; S.2478), softness to face, otherwise toned, a pleasing very fineprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 1 January 1962) - £66.0.0Lingford, 24-26 November 1950, lot 29 - "very fine and rare" - £22.0.0 (Baldwin)Wolfe collection dispersed through SNC, December 1927, no. 73718...

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Crown, 1601, seventh coinage, Tower, m.m. 1, elizabeth: d? g[?] ang? fra? et: hiber? regina: 1:, crowned bust left, wearing ruff and decorative bodice, sceptre before, rev. :1: posvi: devm: ad-ivtore-m: mevm:, square-topped shield over cross double-fourchée, 30.02g {463.3grns}, 7h (FRC D/6; N.2012; S.2582), flan pinching at 11 o’clock and a trace of double-striking on obverse, otherwise toned, good very fineprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 7 October 1963) - £175.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and...

George I (1714-1727), Crown, 1716 secvndo, 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, 30.01g {463.1grns} (ESC 1540 {110}; S.3639), slight striking softness at date, otherwise toned, near extremely fineprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 27 July 1961) - "EF-FDC" - £30.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-1727), Crown, 1723 decimo, South Sea Company issue, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, eight strings to harp, ssc in angles, + • decus • et • tutamen + anno • regni • decimo, 30.10g {464.5grns} (ESC 1545 {114}; S.3640), attractive dark cabinet tone on obverse, near extremely fine, the reverse better with traces of residual brillianceprovenancePurchased Spink, 12 November 1964 - £115.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-1727), Crown, 1726 decimo tertio, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, nine strings to harp, smaller roses and plumes in angles, decus • et • tutamen • auuo • regui • decimo • tertio on edge (all ns inverted), 29.90g {461.4grns} (ESC 1548 [R2] {115A}; S.3639A), the obverse exhibiting trace evidence of very fine flan adjustment in preparation for striking, otherwise an exceptional coin, practically mint state, with an attractive peripheral tone framing otherwise brilliant fields, the edge variety extremely clear, conceivably the finest known...

James I (1603-25), Crown, 1604-1605, second coinage, Tower, m.m. lis, • iacobvs • d? g? mag? brit? fran? et • hib? rex •, armoured King on horseback right, crowned Tudor rose on housing, ground line below, rev. • qvæ • devs • conivnxit • nemo separet •, square-topped and garnished shield, 29.90g {461.4grns}, 10h (Lingford, lot 51, same dies; FRC IV/VII; N.2097; S.2652), a rim nick at 1 o'clock and with light metal stressing in fields, otherwise toned, a bold very fine, the reverse better and struck upprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 11 October 1960) - £50.0.0Subject to 2...

James II (1685-1688), Crown, 1686 secvndo, no stops on obverse, first laureate and draped bust left, rev. inverted die axis, crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, angles plain, + • • + • decvs • et • tvtamen • • anno • regni • secvndo • on edge, 29.81g {460.0grns} (ESC 741 {77}; S.3406), an attractive coin with a superb pedigree, seldom encountered so well struck, extremely fine or very near so, the reverse better, very rare thusprovenancePurchased Spink, 4 January 1973 - £380 Whetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 72 - "extremely fine, toned, unusually well struck and extremely rare thus" - £1...

James II (1685-1688), Crown, 1687 tertio, second laureate and draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, angles plain, + • + • decvs • et • tvtamen • • anno • regni • tertio • on edge, 30.12g {464.8grns} (ESC 743 {78}; S.3407), some scattered and largely inconspicuous field marks, evidently the result of unsympathetic handling in antiquity, nevertheless attractively toned and particularly well-struck for type, extremely fine, rare thusprovenanceWhetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 73 - "extremely fine, toned and very rare in this condition" - £70.0.0 (Miller)PotentiallyThorp...

Scotland, James VI (1567-1603), "Sword Dollar" or Ryal, 1567, countermarked for 1578 revaluation, iacobvs • 6 • dei • gratia • rex • scotorvm •, crowned heraldic shield dividing cypher, rev. pro • me • si • mereor • in • me, second e over o in mereor, crowned sword, dividing date, hand pointing at numeric value, 30.38g {468.9grns}, 9h (Burns fig. 921; S.5425), double-striking on obverse, otherwise toned, very fine for issue, the countermark good very fineprovenancePurchased Spink, 10 July 1959 - "EF" - £14.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and C...

Mary, Queen of Scots and Henry Darnley (1565-1567), "Crookeston Dollar" or Ryal, 1566, • maria • & • henric 9 • dei • gra • r • & • r • scotorv •, crowned heraldic shield dividing thistles, rev. • exvrgat • devs • & • dissipentr • inimci • ei 9 •, crowned palm tree, dividing date, tortoise climbing trunk with scroll above, inscribed gloria dat vires, 28.91g {446.1grns}, 5h (Burns fig. 905; S.5425), residual gilding in fields and graffiti beneath rampant lion, otherwise near very fine, scarceprovenancePurchased Spink, 10 July 1959, £10.10.0Glendining, 18-19 June 1959, lot 665 (part) - £16.0.0 (...

Oliver Cromwell, Crown, 1658 over 7, laureate and draped bust left, rev., inverted die axis, crowned shield, * • has • nisi • peritvrvs • mihi • adimat • nemo • on edge, 30.03g {463.4grns} (Lessen E12; ESC 240 {10}; S.3226), the die flaw in an early stage or perhaps subtly retouched, and with some rub to high points, otherwise a light iridescent tone in recesses, extremely fine or near soprovenancePurchased Baldwin, 5 January 1959 - £25.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-1714), Crown, 1707-E sexto, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, e below, rev. 17 | 07 • mag : bri • fr : et • hib • reg :, crowned shields cruciform, ten strings to harp, angles plain, ** decvs * et * tvtamen ** anno * regni * sexto * on edge, 30.11g {464.7grns} (Numismatic Chronicle, Apr 1850-Jan. 1851, pp. 6, this coin; cf. ESC 1352 {103}, although this reverse die not recorded by Bull; S.3600), an unfortunate but now largely imperceptible scratch from a of gratia, through cheek and across eye, and another, but more overt by mintmark, otherwise an outstanding portrait, the hair es...

Anne (1702-1714), Crown, 1708 septimo, second draped bust left, rev. 17 | 08 • mag : bri : fr ' et . hib : reg :, crowned shields cruciform, nine strings to harp, plumes in angles, + decvs • et • tvtamen • anno • regni • septimo • on edge, 30.08g {464.2grns} (ESC 1347 {108}; S.3602), attractively toned, near extremely fineprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 13 July 1961) - "EF" - £20.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-1714), Crown, 1713 dvodecimo, third draped bust left, rev. 17 | 13 • mag : bri • fr ' et • hib ' reg •, crowned shields cruciform, eight strings to harp, roses and plumes in angles, ++ decvs • et • tvtamen • anno • regni • dvodecimo • on edge, 30.04g {463.6grns} (ESC 1349 {109}; S.3603), toned, a pleasing extremely fine, the reverse better still with much underlying lustreprovenanceDear, collection dispersed by Spink (acquired 13 July 1961) - "FDC" - £25.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William and Mary (1688-1694), Crown, 1691 tertio, conjoined laureate and draped busts right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, cyphers in angles, + • • + • decvs • et • tvtamen • anno • regni • tertio • on edge, 29.93g {461.9grns} (ESC 820 {82}; S.3433), attractively toned, with only a trace of central striking softness, otherwise extremely fine or better for issue, very rare thusprovenanceWhetmore, 14 July 1961, lot 77 - "a perfect proof-like coin and very rare in this condition" - £60.0.0 (Miller)PotentiallyThorpe, 25 November 1921, lot 135 - "a brilliant coin" - £3.3.0 (...

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1696 octavo, third laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev, crowned shields cruciform, six strings to first harp, angles plain, • + • + • decvs • et • tvtamen • anno • regni • octavo • + • + • on edge, 29.43g {454.2grns} (ESC 1004 {94}; S.3472), struck with a rusty reverse die, otherwise choice mint stateprovenanceProbablyGraham, 12 June 1963, lot 173 - "extremely fine" - £26.0.0 (Miller)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1700 dvodecimo, third laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev, crowned revised shields cruciform, eight strings to late harp, angles plain, + decvs • et • tvtamen • • anno • regni • dvodecimo • on edge, 29.94g {462.0grns} (ESC 1010 {97}; S.3474), light cabinet tone, otherwise brilliant mint stateprovenancePossiblyPurchased Baldwin, 28 December 1961Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.
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1£9,500
2£4,500
3£6,500
4£1,300
5£1,600
6£3,200
7£6,200
8£8,000
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10£6,500
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11£7,000
12£9,000
13£8,000
14£9,000
15£13,000
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17£12,000
18£6,000
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20£28,000
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21£32,000
22£8,500
23£42,000
24£10,000
25£1,300
26£19,000
27£9,500
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30£3,000
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31£23,000
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