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£5.72½ Face Value pre-47 Silver & £0.90p face value pre-20 silver, together with 59 x silver threepences Victoria YH to George VI & a British Guiana & West Indies silver 4 pence 1908 GVF/EF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Lot 252

Victoria, 7 x Silver Coins comprising: 2 x crowns: 1890 AFine & 1896 LX AFine/Fine, 2 x double florins both 1887A AVF & prooflike GVF & 3 x florins: 1849 'Godless,' bust Fair o/wise VG, 1858 AVG to VG & 1887JH lustrous VF to GVF, together with crown 1821 SECUNDO VG & crown 1935 AEF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 253

£9.45 Face Value Pre-47 Silver (including £0.22½p face value pre-20 silver) & 36 x silver threepences Victoria YH to George V

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £190
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Lot 254

Miscellaneous Coins, Tokens & Commemorative Medals comprising: 5 x CuNi crowns: 1951(x3) with certs, in BofI, 1953 & 1965; Maundy 4d 1838 faint obv. hairlines AVF/VF; 2 x third farthings: 1827 rev. digs VG & 1876 VF/GVF; 2 x tokens: Bristol farthing (16) 62 with inner circle, obv. ship & castle (worn), DH18, clear legends Fair to VG & Inverness halfpenny 1794 obv intertwined rose & thistle, rev. cornucopia DH2, edge imperfections o/wise AFine; 90+ foreign coins of which 17 x silver (weight 56.75g) including Australia sixpence 1910 & USA 5 x dimes 1890, 1897(x2), 1900 & 1901; 45 x Roman bronzes (low grade detector finds), a Maria Theresa restrike thaler 1780X in a Sandhill case & 4 x commemorative medals: (1) official small silver (26mm) 'Diamond Jubilee 1897 by de Saulles, (2) Diamond Jubilee 1897 bronze medal issued by Burnley Council, 39mm, 30.8g (3) Golden Jubilee 1887 bronze medal, obv bust of Victoria, rev. '50th Anniversary of Railway through Crewe' depiction of steam locomotive '3000th Engine Built at Crewe Works' 39mm, 24.2g (4) 'International Exhibition of Navigation, Travelling, Commerce & Manufactures Liverpool 1886' by Elkington & Co. obv. bust of Victoria, silvered bronze, 51mm, 57.4g; medals generally GVF or+

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Lot 255

A Collection of English Silver, Copper & Bronze Coins comprising: £0.85p face value pre-20 silver including halfcrowns 1820 (George IV) & 1883 & shilling 1723 SSC, £1.05 face value pre-47 silver, 15 x silver threepences, 51 x pennies George III to QEII (including 1826 & 1831), 27 x halfpennies, William III to George V (including 1697, 1719 (2nd issue), 1721 & 1722), 67 x farthings Charles II to George VI (including 1672, 1673, 1721, 1722, 1821, 1822 & 1823) & 2 x half farthings 1844, together with a Charles I hammered silver penny MM worn, no inner circles or CR by shield Poor/VG & a quantity of pre-decimal CuNi & a few other coins; all from circulation, majority low grade and/or damaged Poor to VG, in album leaves

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £90
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Lot 256

Bank of England White £5 Beale, London Nov 21 1951, wrinkles & creases & 5mm tear at centre of bottom edge o/wise a clean note AVF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £50
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Lot 257

'Monarchs of the Napoleonic Wars,' a set of 5 x bronze medals commemorating the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo with obvs depicting the respective busts of the Prince Regent (a replica of the original 1815 Waterloo Campaign Medal), Napoleon, Tsar Alexander I, Emperor Francis I of Austria & Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia, common rev. seated figure of Victory; each 36mm, 29g, together with a 14ct gold proof medal 22.5mm, 7g, obv. bust of Wellington, rev. heraldic lion with Lion's Mound at the Waterloo battlefield in Belgium in the background; all struck by Worcestershire Medal Service & distributed by London Mint Office, in an illustrated presentation pack, BU; lot also includes crown 1935 peripheral toning EF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £90
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Lot 258

'Lewis & Clark Commemorative Silver Proof Ingot' issued by Northwest Territorial Mint in Auburn, Washington State, to commemorate the bicentennial of Lewis & Clark's exploration of the American West and their discovery of a waterway to the Pacific in 1805; obv. 'IN FULL VIEW OF THE OCIAN' (sic) above portraits of Lewis & Clark in cartouches, rev. reproduction of a map drawn by Clark; weight 5 troy oz of .999 silver, with cert, in CofI, BU

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £80
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Lot 259

USA, 'Kentucky' Copper Token, no date (minted in England circa 1792-94); obv. 'UNANIMITY IS THE STRENGTH OF SOCIETY' around a hand holding a scroll inscribed 'OUR CAUSE IS JUST;' rev. E PLURIBUS UNUM around rays emanating from a pyramid of 15 stars, each star bearing the initial of one of the then 15 states of the United States, the top star inscribed with 'K' representing Kentucky's admission as the 15th state in 1792; edge 'PAYABLE IN LANCASTER LONDON OR BRISTOL' minor surface marks, a few rim imperfections; Fine/AVF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £110
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Lot 260

30 x 18th Century Halfpenny Tokens comprising: ENGLAND: Norwich no date DH23, 1792 DN14, 1792 DH28, Coventry 1793 edge 'BEDWORTH HINKLEY OR NUNEATON' DH231-245, Hull 1791 DH17-21, Hornchurch no date DH33, Middlesex 1793 'Isaac Newton' DH1033-1035d, 1795 'Davidson' DH295, 1795 DH985-986, no date 'Pidcock' obv. two-headed cow, rev. toucan DH454 & 1794 (MDCCXCIV) Newgate prison DH391-393, Emsworth (Hampshire) 1794 DH11, Gosport 1794 DH40-42c, Birmingham Mining & Copper Company 1792 DH77-117b, Wainfleet 1793 DH8a scarce, Blything (Suffolk) DH19, Shrewsbury 1793 DH19-22a, Canterbury 1795 DH8, Rochdale 1791 DH140, Macclesfield 1790 DH16-27, South Shields 1794 DH4, WALES Swansea 1796 DH4, SCOTLAND Dundee 1795 DH10-11, Edinburgh 1790 DH23-49 & 1797 DH6-8,, Montrose 1797 DH29, Perth 1797 DH5-9, IRELAND Enniscorthy 1800 DH1-4, Cronebane 1789 DH3-56, Dublin 1794 DH351-353; generally Fine or +

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 261

Silver Medal 'Jernegan's Lottery 1736' by J Tanner; obv. 'BOTH HANDS FILL'D FOR BRITAIN' around helmeted figure of Minerva standing between military trophies & emblems of the Arts & Sciences, 'GEORGE REIGNING' in ex., rev. 'GROWING ARTS ADORN EMPIRE' above crowned standing figure of Queen Caroline watering a grove of palm trees, 'CAROLINE PROTECTING 1736' in ex., 39mm; a few carbon spots o/wise generally good edge & surfaces, toned with underlying lustre, AEF

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £70
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Lot 262

Bronze Commemorative Medal 'Death of Princess Charlotte 1817' by Webb & Mills; obv. H.R.H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA around facing draped bust, BORN JAN 1796 MARRIED MAY 2. 1816 in ex., rev. seated Britannia beside a funerary urn, WEEP BRITAIN THOU HAST LOST THE EXPECTANCY AND ROSE OF THE FAIR STATE in ex., 50mm, contact marks on bust, a few rim nicks & rev edge bump at 5 o'clock o/wise VF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £20
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Lot 263

12 x 19th Century Penny Tokens comprising: Stockton on Tees 1813 DH1115; Walthamstow (British Copper Co.) 1812 DH560-574; Newcastle on Tyne, Bewicke Main Colliery 1811 DH885; Sheffield (x4) 'Samuel Hobson & Sons' 1812 DH975, 'Roscoe Place' 1813 obv scratches DH1050-54, 'Overseers of the Poor' 1815 DH25-32 & FOR PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION 1812 DH1070-71; Bristol Brass & Copper Co 1811 DH430-44; Birmingham & South Wales 1812 DH180-197; Barnsley no date DH5-12; Flint Lead Works 1813 DH1310-26 & Non-Local 'Trade & Navigation' 1814 scarce DH1647-48, together with Kempson's London Buildings penny token circa 1790 'St Bartholomew's Hospital - Erected MDCCXXIX' edge imperfections & minor obv surface marks o/wise prooflike EF & a Picard's Peninsular Penny Token, no date, obv. 'VIMIERA, TALAVERA' etc around bust of Wellington, rev. Cossack riding right & 16 x 18th/19th century halfpenny tokens comprising: Winchelsea 1794 DH40-41, Norwich (R. Dinmore) no date DH23b, Middlesex(x6): (I.Fowler) DH306, Mail Coach no date DH363, Isaac Newton 1793 DH1033-1035d, Lackington DH351-358b, Masonic DH372 & 'Princess of Wales' 1795 DH977- 980; Birmingham 1792 DH123, Warwickshire Wilkinson 1791 DH432-437, Huddersfield 1793 DH15a, Bury St Edmunds no date DH27, Non-Local British Naval Halfpenny 1812 DH1590; IRELAND Dublin 1792 DH355-371 & Cronebane DH3-56 & SCOTLAND, Brechin 1801 DH9; 30 tokens in total, majority Fine to VF unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £250
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Lot 264

A Collection of Brass Coin Weights comprising: Charles I angel (10 shillings) obv. crowned X & S, rev. St Michael & Dragon & shilling obv. crowned CR over XII, rev. WITHOVT GRANES around crowned rose, William & Mary half guinea, obv. corroded surfaces, William III half guinea, George III half guinea (dated 1775), George III guinea obv & rev. NEW GUINEAS 5 Dwts 8 Grs ; a full set of weights for weighing Portuguese gold 4 escudos ('Joe') & gold moidore (4000 reis) & their fractions & comprising: 36s, 27s, 21s, 18s, 13s.6d, 10s.6d, 9s & 5s.3d (includes 2 x 36s, 2 x 27s, 2 x 21s & 2 x 9s) & a set of 7 x brass apothecary/jeweller's weights: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 & ½ Dwts; 25 weights in total, majority VF or+

Estimate: £80-100

Sold: £130
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Lot 265

An Edwardian Mahogany Coin Cabinet, 30cm x 26.5cm x 13.5cm containing 8 x trays with spaces for 408 coins (1 tray x 30 spaces each 42mm, 3 trays x 42 spaces each 32mm & 4 trays x 63 spaces each 25mm); opening top & lockable drop-down door (with key), brass fittings including side carrying handles; ivorine label on inside base 'EDGAR LINCOLN COIN DEALER HIGH HOLBORN LONDON,' good condition

Estimate: £80-100

Sold: £130
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Lot 266

International Health Exhibition Gold Medal London 1884, awarded to exhibitors in various classes; obv. veiled & diademed head of Victoria by L C Wyon, rev. 'THE INTERNATIONAL HEALTH EXHIBITION' around a globe flanked by allegorical female figures of HEALTH holding a serpent & EDUCATION holding a wreath, LONDON 1884 in ex., 45mm, 58.5g of 21ct gold (tested & verified), in original fitted leather CofI, good edge, hairlines & light scratches both sides o/wise about as issued RARE

Estimate: £1400-1600

Sold: £1500
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Lot 267

A Professionally-Made Coin Cabinet, 33cm x 30.5cm x 25.5cm (13" x 12" x 10"), containing 20 trays with felt-lined double-holed spaces for 942 coins comprising 5 trays with 30 spaces (each 42mm), 8 trays with 42 spaces (each 35mm), 3 trays with 56 spaces (each 31mm) & 4 trays with 72 spaces (each 26mm), brass fittings, lockable double doors (with key), in very good condition

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £190
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Lot 268

'Sir Winston Churchill Centenary' a sterling silver set commemorating the centenary of Churchill's birth 1874-1974 comprising 2 x medals: 79.9g (2.8oz) 57mm & 31.26g (1.1oz) 33mm, both with obv. half -length facing bust & rev. HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE in Garter around objects associated with Churchill (paint brushes, books, trowel, sword etc); issued by Gregory & Co. Jewellers, with cert, in fitted CofI (some staining on case), light toning on both medals o/wise BU

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £40
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Lot 269

Miscellaneous Commemorative Silver Medals comprising: (1) '50th Anniversary of Northern Ireland 1921-1971' rev. Arms of Northern Ireland & supporters, 71.13g, 45mm, in CofI, toned UNC; (2) RM Centenary Medal 1996 commemorating William Morris, 153.4g, 62mm, edge hallmarked, in CofI UNC (3) 4 x medallic 1st Day Covers 1974 'Great Britons' comprising 4 x sterling silver medals commemorating Robert the Bruce, Owen Glendower, Henry V & Edward the Black Prince, all crown-size, in an album UNC & (4) a complete set of 30 x silver medalets with portraits of all the members of the England World Cup squad 1970, each 7.96, issued by Franklin Mint for Esso, in an album, as issued

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £130
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Lot 270

Bank of England White £5 Peppiatt, London Feb 19 1947, L45, minor wrinkles & faint crease across top left corner o/wise EF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £90
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Lot 271

An Album Containing 6 x Bank of England Banknotes including: £5 O'Brien C08 EF, 4 x £1 Peppiatt (blue) including 2 x consecutively numbered J37E GEF & 35 x foreign banknotes, Europe, China, Japan etc, various grades & some duplication; lot also includes a BU coin set 1986 & £2 1986 in presentation packs, a card-mounted set of QEII pennies 1953 - 1967 inclusive & Cyprus 2 x card-mounted sets of uncirculated coins: 1982 (last mil coins) 4 coins 5, 25, 50 & 100 mils & 1985 6 coins 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 & 50 cents BU

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £90
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Lot 272

3 x Official Commemorative Medals comprising: Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 large bronze by de Saulles (56mm), attractive light tone with traces of original lustre, in CofI, virtually as issued; Coronation 1902 large bronze by de Saulles (56mm), lightly toned, in CofI, GEF & Silver Jubilee 1935, small silver by Metcalfe (32mm) rev. STET FORTUNA DOMUS around view of Windsor Castle, lightly toned, in CofI, about as issued

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £30
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Lot 273

BofE White £5 Beale, London August 8 1950; corner creases, faint horizontal & vertical creases & surface wrinkles o/wise Fine

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £70
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Lot 274

A Small Collection of BofE Notes comprising: 3 x £5: O'Brien (H64) Fine, Hollom (A33) some staining o/wise Fine & Gill 'Pictorial' (SAO9) VF; 11 x £1: Mahon (B42) light creases o/wise VF or+, 2 x Peppiatt B15A VG & X52D (blue) Fine, 2 x Beale R49C GVF & J35C AVF, Page CT30 ('Portrait') AVF & 5 x Somerset various grades; 5 x 10 shillings: 2 x Peppiatt 05R VF & W32D (mauve) GVF, O'Brien B28Y numerous edge tears Fair, Hollom RO5 & Fforde IIW both AFine

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £110
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Lot 275

A Bronze Replica of Pistrucci's Waterloo Medal, issued by the Worcestershire Medal Service; 88.9mm, 400g, fully layered in 24ct gold, prooflike finish; obv. inner circle: conjoined left-facing busts of The Prince Regent, Franz II of Austria, Alexander I of Russia & Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia, outer circle: allegorical scenes from Greek mythology, rev. inner circle: winged figure of Nike guiding two mounted classical warriors with the faces of Wellington & Blücher, outer circle: scenes from the battle between the Gods of Olympia & the Giants, Zeus in chariot at 12 o'clock; medal sealed in a perspex case, with cert & illustrated booklet, in fitted CofI, FDC

Estimate: £30-50

Sold: £20
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Lot 276

Bank of England White £5 Beale, London Oct 13 1949, light vertical & horizontal creases, wrinkles & corner folds o/wise Fine

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £60
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Lot 277

Bank of England White £5 Beale, London June 21 1952, light vertical & horizontal creases, handling marks, wrinkles & corner folds o/wise Fine

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £70
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Lot 278

Bank of England, 56 x £1 Peppiatt blue (March 1940), various prefixes, a couple Fine o/wise virtually all VF to EF or+

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £190
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Lot 279

Bank of England, 50 x Consecutively Numbered £1 O'Brien, 'Portrait' issue, 40K 388251 - 40K 388300, AUNC to UNC

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 280

A Collection of Bank of England Notes comprising: 3 x £20: Lowther BJO6 & 2 x Bailey EE18 & AA16; 4 x £10: 2 x Lowther AJ12 & AJ33 & 2 x Kentfield DH13 & EB51; 20 x £5: O'Brien H44, 3 x Page ('Pictorial') BN61, BR77 & CT29, 2 x Gill ('Pictorial') SC35 & SE65, 2 x Gill ('Historical') B78 & B82, 10 x Lowther HB(x5) & HD(x5, including a consecutively number pair) & 2 x Bailey JE19 & JE33 VF; 28 x £1: Peppiatt B94B, Beale K26B, O'Brien ('Britannia') O24K, Fforde RO7L VF, 4 x Page ('Portrait') HU68(x3, including a consecutively numbered pair) & CS36 & Page ('Pictorial') 20 x consecutively numbered A14 & 13 x 10 shillings: Beale L19Z Fine, O'Brien ('Portrait') B64 AFine, 10 x Hollom 20R, 5 x consecutively numbered 76J & 4 x 67E (including 3 x consecutively numbered) & Fforde 40U VF; generally AEF to UNC unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £280-320

Sold: £350
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Lot 281

An Accumulation of 280+ Foreign Banknotes, including various European countries, Middle East, Far East, South America, Allied Military Authority notes, German Notgeld etc; some duplication, various grades, approximately 40% EF to UNC including Central Bank of Ireland series C notes: £5 1998 replacement note (prefix MMM), £10 1999 & £20 1999

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £480
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Lot 282

A Selection of Reference Books on Ancient Greek & Roman Coins comprising: (1) 'A Guide to the Principal Coins of the Greeks circa 700BC - 270AD' British Museum 1965 (based on the work of B. V. Head); (2) 'Ancient Greek Coins' G K Jenkins 1972; (3) 'Archaic & Classical Greek Coins' C M Kraay 1976; (4) 'Ancient Greek & Roman Coins' G F Hill 1964; (5) 'Catalogue of the Maclean Collection of Greek Coins' S W Grose 1979 (reprint of the 1923 original), in 3 volumes: Vol 1. 'Western Europe, Magna Graecia & Sicily, Vol 2. 'Greek Mainland, Crete & Aegean Islands' & Vol 3. 'Asia Minor, Farther Asia, Egypt & Africa;' (6) 'Roman Coins (from the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Western Empire' H Mattingly 1960; (7) 'Roman Imperial Money' M Grant 1954 & (8) 'Greek Coins' C T Seltman 1955, together with 'Byzantine Coins' P D Whitting 1973 & 'English Hammered Coinage' J J North 1960, vol 1 'Early Anglo-Saxon - Henry III' & vol 2. 'Edward I - Charles II;' all hardback & all in very good condition

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £90
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Lot 283

'St George & the Dragon,' a large .999 silver medallion, 80mm, 250g (8 troy oz), struck in high definition & intricate detail by RM to commemorate the legend of St George; obv. St George slaying the dragon in front of the Orange Tree, rev. the Princess, a sacrifice to the dragon, watches the "monumental battle;" Designed by Gordon Summers in a limited edition of 500 (this medal 297) with antique matt silver finish, the medallion comes complete with historical notes on the legend in an illustrated booklet, in de-luxe fitted CofI, as issued, together with a commemorative bronze medal '500th Anniversary Birth of Henry VIII 1491-1991' obv. ROYAL MINT CENTENARY around RM arms, rev. portrait of Henry VIII, 63mm, 130g, antique bronze finish, limited edition of 5000, with cert, in CofI, as issued

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £170
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Lot 284

A Collection of Bank of England Banknotes comprising: 9 x £1: Beale consecutively numbered pair E06J slight discolouration o/wise VF+, O'Brien 'Britannia' R29J, Hollom consecutively numbered pair L83W, Page consecutively numbered pair ET64 & Somerset consecutively numbered pair DX84; 6 x 10 shillings: Peppiatt 3 x consecutively numbered mauve D04D & O'Brien 'Britannia' A72Z & 2 x 'Portrait' H23 & H26; together with Treasury note £1 Warren Fisher, 2nd issue, D1/58, light wrinkling, corner flicks & faint vertical & horizontal creases VF, Darlington Bank £5 1886 for Jonathan Backhouse & Co, cut cancelled at bottom right Fair & 12 x foreign banknotes comprising: Canada 3 x 1 dollar Centennial commemorative issues 1867-1967, one with serial No. O/O 4125526 & two with 1867-1967 replacing serial no. & Malaya a set of 9 x Board of Commissioners of Currency notes, all dated 1st July 1941: 1 cent(x4), 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents & 1 dollar; generally EF to UNC unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £220
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Lot 285

A Small Collection of Scottish Banknotes comprising: The National Bank of Scotland £5, 1st November 1949, Dandie/Brown prefix C; horizontal & vertical creases, wrinkles, edge & corner imperfections & ingrained dirt VG, The National Bank of Scotland £1, 15th January 1957 prefix B/Q, tiny edge tear on top edge, faint vertical centre crease & corner fold EF; The Royal Bank of Scotland plc £5 14th July 2005 prefix JWN, Jack Nicklaus commemorative & 4 x £1: 24th July 1991 prefix B/30 rev. Edinburgh Castle, 8th December 1992 prefix EC 'Edinburgh European Summit,' 3rd December 1994 prefix RLS 'Robert Louis Stevenson' commemorative & 30th March 1999 prefix C/77 rev. Edinburgh Castle, all UNC

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 286

A Collection of 16 x Bank of England £1, all Peppiatt, comprising: 1934: 67K small hole in centre, some light staining o/wise VF, 95W creases & light staining VF & A80A AVF; 1940 (blue): A83E, A23H, Z73D creases, ingrained dirt VF, R96E, H03H & X38H & Sept 1948: S54A creases & corner flicks VF, T20A, W65A faint creases & corner flicks VF, X43A VF, Y16A tiny edge tear at top right o/wise GVF, Z52A & H07B VF; generally AEF to AUNC unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £110
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Lot 287

Miscellaneous Bank of England Notes comprising: 2 x £10 Gill: DX22 wrinkles, creases, corner folds & minor edge imperfections Fine & HW40 light vertical centre crease & faint stain at top centre VF & 6 x £1: 4 x Beale: L95C vertical creases, light wrinkling & stain along left edge Fine, E10J AUNC & a consecutively numbered pair M91C 782306-782307 AUNC, Hollom D44T UNC & Fforde R25A UNC together with 2 x foreign banknotes: Germany 100 marks 21.4.1910, dark blue on light blue underprint & red serial number & seal & Southern Russia 10,000 roubles 1919 'Armed Forces High Command' light centre fold & trivial corner flick, both EF

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £70
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Lot 288

An Album Containing 60 x £1 Notes comprising: 17 x Page (all series 'D' Pictorial) including a consecutively numbered pair (53S) & 43 x Somerset including a consecutively numbered run of 7 (DU64), a consecutively numbered run of 3 (DW09) & 2 x consecutively numbered pairs (CT54 & DW13), various grades VG to UNC (majority higher grades), together with an accumulation of 2000+ x foreign banknotes (of which approximately 580 in an album, the rest loose), various European countries (including early 20th century Russian & German notes), Middle East, Far East, South America, Africa, British Commonwealth etc, some duplication, various grades; lot also includes Stockton on Tees £5 1882 for Jonathan Backhouse & Co. cut cancelled Fair

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £850
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