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Elizabeth I: 20 x Sixpences, 19 x different MM (2 x pheon), 3rd to 7th issues, busts weak Poor to Fair, revs better

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £240

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Elizabeth I: 20 x Sixpences, 19 x different MM (2 x eglantine), 3rd to 6th issues, busts generally Fair to VG, revs better

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £300

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Philip & Mary Shilling 155(?), English titles only, a little bust detail, generally clear legends, edge striking crack at 6 o'clock, Fair to VG

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £110

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Charles I: 5 x Shillings, MM tun, star, lis, harp & crown, busts VG to GFine, revs much better

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £240

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Charles I: 5 x Shillings, MM triangle in circle, bell, tun harp & star, busts VG to GFine, revs better

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £170

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Lot 6

Charles I: Halfcrown, MM tun, irregular flan, uneven toning but good detail both sides, particularly King, VF or+; Shilling, MM tun; & Sixpence, MM tun, Fine or+

Estimate: £120-150

Sold: £140

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Lot 7

James I: 5 x Shillings, MM lis, rose(x2), escallop & thistle, full round flans, busts Fair to AFine, revs better; & 5 x Sixpences, MM rose & thistle, busts Poor to VG, revs better

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £280

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Lot 8

Charles I: 10 x Shillings, all different MM (tun, plume, star, anchor, rose, triangle in circle, portcullis, harp, triangle & heart), generally AFine or +

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £340

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Lot 9

Charles I: 5 x Shillings, MM star, tun, rose, bell & harp; & 5 x Sixpences, MM tun, bell, triangle, crown & anchor, Fine to lustrous VF or +

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £340

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Elizabeth I: 10 x Shillings, (8 x different MM - tun, martlet (x2), key, A, cross crosslet (x2), woolpack, 2, & hand), a couple clipped & most with weak portraits except MM tun AVF, revs better; and 20 x Sixpences, (10 x different MM), a couple creased and/or clipped, majority with some portrait detail, revs better

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £500

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Lot 11

James I: 5 x Shillings, (MM escallop, thistle, rose, lis & coronet), a couple clipped but all with some bust detail AFine to AVF (MM lis) & 5 x Sixpences, (MM thistle (x2), rose & lis (x2), busts weak, revs better

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320

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Lot 12

James I: 10 x Shillings, (MM thistle, lis & coronet), of which 4 x clipped & one pierced, busts generally weak but all with some detail, revs better

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320

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Charles I: 10 x Shillings, (MM triangle (x3), anchor (x2), tun (x2), rose, harp & star), all with some portrait detail & good rev detail, generally Fine or +

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £400

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Lot 14

Charles I: 5 x Shillings, (MM crown, portcullis, star, tun & triangle), all with good portrait detail and varying degrees of lustre; and 15 x Sixpences, (MM portcullis (x2), tun (x5), crown (x2), star, triangle (x4) and anchor)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £540

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Lot 15

Elizabeth I: 20 x Sixpences, (12 x different MM), busts weak Poor to VG, revs better; James I: 5 x Shillings, (MM rose (x2), lis (x2) and thistle), Fair to AVF (MM thistle); and Charles I: 5 x Shillings, (MM crown (x2), tun, anchor & triangle)

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £620

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Lot 16

Charles I: 2 x Halfcrowns, MM tun, horse & centre of shield weakly struck but good detail in king, clear legends AVF and MM harp, surface crackling, king & horse weak, overall AFine; and 5 x Shillings, (MM tun, crown, star, triangle & triangle in circle), several with lustre, AFine to VF

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £340

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Lot 17

Charles I: 2 x Shillings, MM lis, full round flan, good portrait and shield detail and full, clear legends, scarce AVF and MM cross calvary, scarce Fine to GFine

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £360

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Lot 18

Charles I: 10 x shillings, 2 each of MM triangle, tun, star, crown and bell, all with good portrait detail and most with lustre, Fine to VF or +

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £750

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Lot 19

Charles I: 10 x shillings, 2 each of MM tun, crown, bell, triangle and anchor, portrait detail varies, generally AFine to VF (triangle and anchor)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £420

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Elizabeth I: 20 x sixpences, 11 x different MM, busts weak, revs better, generally Fair to VG

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £300

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Scotland: James I: 12 shillings MM thistle, Scottish arms in 1st and 4th quarters of shield, flat spots in legends, portrait weak VG otherwise Fine, scarce; and Charles I: 30 shillings 1st issue , MM thistle; most of legends from 'G' of 'MAG' to 'X' of 'REX' clipped off but quite good detail in king and horse, some original lustre, overall AFine to Fine

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £150

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Lot 22

James I: 2 x shillings: 2nd coinage, MM rose, lightly clipped GFine, better in parts and 2nd coinage MM lis, facial features weak, faint X scratched across shield, bust Fine, legends much better

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80

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Elizabeth I: 20 x sixpences, 13 x different MM, several clipped, bust detail varies, Fair or +

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £340

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Lot 24

Elizabeth I: 10 x sixpences, 6 x different MM and 5 x shillings MM escallop, martlet, 1, woolpack and cross crosslet, obvs Poor to VG, revs better

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £150

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Edward VI: 2 x sixpences, both London Mint MM tun, both with surface digs/creases, AFine and Poor/AFine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £120

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Lot 26

James I: 5 x shillings, MM thistle (x3), lis and one uncertain; 4 clipped and 1 creased, busts weak Poor to VG, revs better; and Charles I: 5 x shillings MM tun, crown, star, bell and triangle in circle, all with varying degrees of lustre and generally good detail both sides, AFine or +

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £260

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Elizabeth I: Sixpence 1572 MM ermine, inverted 2 in date, Sixpence 1587/6 obv. MM crescent and rev. MM escallop; Sixpence 1578/7 MM eglantine, Sixpence 1577/6 MM eglantine Fair to Fine (1587 creased) revs better and milled Sixpence (15)68 MM lis, small bust, creased VG

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110

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Elizabeth I: 4 x Shillings MM crescent (x2), martlet and woolpack, busts Poor to VG, revs better; Charles I: 5 x Shillings MM star, tun and triangle (x3), good lustre Fine to VF or+; and James I: Shilling, 1st coinage, 2nd bust, MM thistle, full flan, uneven toning and discolouration, AFine

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £360

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Charles I: 10 x Shillings MM triangle (x4), star (x2), tun, crown, anchor (clipped) and triangle in circle, most with lustre and good portrait detail; and 5 x Sixpences MM tun (x2), triangle in circle, crown and star, portraits Fair to Fine, revs better

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £380

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Elizabeth I: 20 x Sixpences, 8 x different MM, obvs generally weak Poor to Fine (average Fair), revs better

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £280

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Lot 31

5 x Shillings: Elizabeth I MM martlet, James I 2nd coinage, MM rose, legends and facial features weak in parts, good shield detail and Charles I MM portcullis, MM harp and MM bell light scratches across bust, AFine or +, revs generally much better

Estimate: £120-150

Sold: £240

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An Attractive Collection of 114 x Roman Silver and Bronze Coins, majority higher grades, comprising 17 x silver denarii (16 x different emperors including Vespasian, Domitian, Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Lucius Verus, Commodus, Caracalla (x2) etc), 17 x antoniniani (silver and AE), 10+ sestertii (Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius etc), 9 x dupondii (Trajan, Vespasian, Hadrian etc), a dupondius in honour of Augustus (issued by Caligula) etc, 35+ x asses (Augustus, Claudius, Titus, Nero, Drusus etc), an as in honour of Agrippa (issued by Caligula), various folles and AE 3/4, quadrans of Augustus etc, all housed in a professionally made mahogany cabinet, 8½" x 6" x 7", with 14 trays, lockable double doors and brass fittings, very good condition

Estimate: £1250-1500

Sold: £3400

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Roman: 12 x silver denarii - Geta (x2), Caracalla, Julia Domna, Marcus Aurelius, Antoninus Pius, Septimius Severus, Hadrian (x3), Severus Alexander and Faustina Senior, generally VF or +

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £340

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Roman: 10 x silver siliquae - Constantius II, Julian (x2), Valens (x3), Arcadius, Honorius, Valentinian and Theodosius; and 2 x silver denarii - Septimius Severus and Caracalla, generally AVF or +

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £340

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Roman: 12 x silver denarii - Caracalla (x2), Julia Domna, Septimius Severus (x3), Antoninus Pius (x3), Hadrian (x2) and Faustina Senior, generally AVF or+

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £300

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A Collection of 12 x English Hammered Silver Coins, comprising: Henry III - penny Nicole on Lvnd; Edward I - penny Canterbury Mint, halfpenny London Mint and farthing rev. Londoniensis; Edward II - halfpenny London Mint and farthing London Mint; Richard II - penny York Mint, cross on breast; Elizabeth I - sixpence 1575 (second 5 over 4) MM eglantine and halfgroat MM crescent; James I - sixpence 1605 MM rose and halfgroat 2nd coinage MM lis; and Charles 1 halfgroat MM crown, all card-mounted, generally AFine or+

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £220

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Lot 37

Alfred the Great Silver Penny, 4th coinage, obv. EL FR ED REx around small cross pattee, rev. LVDIG MON in two lines with pellets between, edge chipped in a couple of places (one chip included with coin), clear legends, Fine, RARE

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £260

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Edward the Confessor Penny, small flan type, York Mint Beorn on Eo(ferwic), u-shaped edge chip at 3 o'clock otherwise Fine; and Cnut Penny, pointed helmet type, good portrait, segment of coin missing from 5 to 12 o'clock up to inner circle, remainder of coin VF (2)

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £130

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Henry III: 3 x Short Cross Pennies, London Mint, Ilger on Lvnde, London Mint Walter on Lv and Canterbury Mint Henri on Cant; a Long Cross Penny, obv. no sceptre, Henricvs Rex III, Ilchester Mint Randulf on (Ive) scarce; and John Penny York Mint, Davi(?) on Eve(rwic), various grades, Fair/VG(York) to Fine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150

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Roman Republic 2 x Silver Denarii - L. Calpurnius Piso Lf Frugi (90BC) obv. bust of Apollo, control marks in field, rev. horseman holding palm branch Fine, T.Carisius (46BC), obv. bust of Juno Moneta, rev. coining implements Fair; and Roman Imperial 3 x Silver Denarii - Mark Antony obv. galley ANT AVG III VIR R P C, rev. LEG XXII, eagle between two standards, details very faint but discernible, Poor to Fair, Galba rev. SPQR O(B) C (S) in three lines within oak wreath VG/Fair and Severus Alexander rev. P M TR P II COS P P, Mars holding spear & olive branch, Fine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150

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12 x English Hammered Silver Coins: Edward I, 8 x pennies: London Mint (x7, different classes) and Bristol Mint; Henry VII halfpenny, London Mint, small facing portrait; Elizabeth I, threepence 1573 MM ermine and penny London Mint MM cross crosslet and Charles I sixpence MM triangle in circle; various grades but majority AFine or+

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160

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3 x Anglo-Saxon Silver Sceattas: (1) series J, type 37, obv. two heads facing, rev. four stylised birds around cross; (2) series G, obv. bust, cross in field, rev. standard with 3 saltires around central annulet & (3) series E (continental) late issue, standard 'porcupine;'
Fine to VF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £200

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3 x Anglo-Saxon Silver Sceattas: (1) series R, obv . bust facing right with Epa (moneyer) in runes in field, rev. standard; (2) series E (continental) late issue, standard 'porcupine' & (3) Northumbria regal issue Eadberht (737- 758), obv. EOTBEREHTUS around pellets in Y-shape, rev. stylised stag, Fine to VF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £220

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Anglo-Saxon: 5 x AE Stycas of Aethelred II: 3 x 1st reign moneyers Alghere, Monne & Eanred and 2 x 2nd reign. moneyers Eardwulf & Monne; AFine to VF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £90

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Anglo-Saxon: 5 x Stycas: Archbishop Wigmund (x2), moneyers Coenred and Ethelweard; Aethelred moneyer Monne, Eanred (base silver?) moneyer Eodwulf & Archbishop Eanbald 11 base silver, moneyer Ethelweard, AVF or+

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £260

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4 x European Hammered Silver Coins: Venetian grosso of Doge Andrea Dandalo (1343-54) VG; Austria 3 kreuzer 1669 SHS GVF; Continental sterling of Edwardian type John of Avesnes; Count of Hainaut, struck in Mons, small edge chip at 7 o'clock otherwise AVF/VF; and a sterling of Count Louis of Flanders (1322 - 46), obv. lion rampant in beaded inner circle, rev. large cross pattee in inner circle AVF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £60

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Edward III Halfpenny Reading Mint, obv. EDWARDVS REX A (NG) rev. escallop in one quarter, clipped and 60% of legends flat, RARE, Fair to VG; Edward I Halfpenny London Mint and 2 x Farthings London Mint AFine; plus 11 x Cut Halfpennies and 2 x Cut Farthings J long and short cross, mostly Henry III but including 1 x Henry II Cut Halfpenny Fil (Aimer on Lvn) Fine or+; and a Cut Halfpenny of Henry I (in two halves) quadrilateral on cross fleury type VG

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £140

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An Album, containing: 34 x Roman coins including 5 x silver denarii (Elagabalus, Julia Mamaea, Hadrian etc), 4 x silver antoniniani (Herenna Etruscilla, Gordian III etc), various bronzes (no sestertii or dupondii), mostly different emperors/empresses (all AD dates), various grades; together with a Bag of 40 x Low-Grade AE3/4

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £220

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Henry III: 19 x Long Cross Silver Pennies, all Canterbury Mint & moneyers all either Nicole or Willem, generally good portraits Fine to VF

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £360

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Aethelred 11 Silver Penny, voided long cross type. Elfric Mo Lvnd, full flan, attractively toned with good portrait, AVF or +

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £220

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