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Byzantine Gold Solidus of Justinian I (527-565AD), obv. D.N.IVSTINIANVS PP AVG around helmeted & cuirassed facing bust holding globus cruciger & shield, rev. VICTORIA AVGGG followed by officina letter B around angel standing facing & holding a globus cruciger & a linear staff surmounted by a staurogram, star in field below globe, CONOB (Constantinople Mint) in ex., 4.35g; Latin cross faintly scratched in obv. field to right of bust o/wise VF

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £220
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Lot 2

6 x Miscellaneous Hammered Coins comprising: Elizabeth I, 2 x Sixpences: (1) 1561 3rd/4th issue MM pheon, small bust, holed at 12 o'clock (rev) & scratch across bust o/wise well struck with very good bust & shield detail, full clear legends VF (2) 156? (last digit worn) 3rd/4th issue MM pheon, smaller flan (S2561), flan crimped, bust worn Fair o/wise VG; Edward I penny, Bristol Mint, traces of original lustre AVF; Ptolemaic Egypt, Ptolemy IV(?) AE33 obv. laureate head of Zeus, rev. PTOLEMAIOU BASILEOS around eagle standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopia to left; verdigris & surface corrosion VG; Roman Republic denarius Q.Titius obv. head of Bacchus, rev. Pegasus, Q.TITI ( barely legible) on tablet below, corroded surfaces Fair; Roman Imperial Constantius II billon light maiorina (4.14g), rev. FEL TEMP REPARATIO around soldier spearing fallen horseman, light verdigris stains o/wise Fine/GFine

Estimate: £30-50

Sold: £40
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Lot 3

Elizabeth I, 2 x Shillings: (1) 2nd issue MM martlet (1560-61), full, round flan Fine to GFine, (2) 6th issue, MM O (1600) AFine & sixpence 1602 7th issue MM 1 AFine, all with the usual weaknesses in bust & shield, together with Charles I shilling MM triangle, virtually no detail in bust but full legends & good detail in shield; bust Poor o/wise GFine

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £60
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Lot 4

Edward VI Shilling, fine silver issue, facing bust type with rose & value X11, MM tun; full, round flan, & full, clear legends, trivial obv. stress marks o/wise good edge & surfaces with traces of original lustre; good bust & shield detail, 6.14g (94.4 grains), nice VF

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £240
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Lot 5

Philip & Mary Shilling 1554, 5.82g (89.8 grains), facing busts, full titles; full, round flan & full, clear legends & very good detail in both busts & in rev. shield, clear date & value; minor contact marks & a few light hairline scratches both sides, a very attractive coin & VERY RARE in GVF

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1100
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Lot 6

Roman Imperial, a Collection of 19 x Silver Denarii comprising: Domitian S2734; Trajan rev. winged Victory seated left holding patera & palm branch RSC 295 (similar to S3153); Trajan S3170; Hadrian S3539; Antoninus Pius S4073; Diva Faustina Senior S4574; Marcus Aurelius (as Caesar) S4786; Marcus Aurelius S4925; Faustina Junior (under Antoninus Pius) S4700; Lucilla S5494; Commodus S5683; Septimius Severus S6282; Julia Domna S6588; Plautilla S7074; Geta (as Caesar) S7184; Elagabalus rev. as S7507 but legend reads CONSVL II PP; Elagabalus S7511; Severus Alexander S7887 & Maximinus I S8313; almost all VF or+ with good portraits (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear London Vol I 2000 ed, Vol II 2002 ed & Vol III 2005 ed)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £380
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Lot 7

12 x Roman Silver, Billon & Bronze Coins comprising: Roman Republic: silver denarius of Q.Marcius Libo, 148BC, obv. helmeted head of Roma, X below & LIBO to right, rev. Dioscuri, Q MARC below, ROMA in ex in linear frame VF/AVF S90; Roman Imperial: Gordian III silver antoninianus rev. LAETITIA AVG N Laetitia holding wreath & anchor EF/AEF S8617; Philip I silver antoninianus, rev. FIDES EXERCITVS around four standards EF S8930, Valens silver siliqua, rev. URBS ROMA, TRPS & dot in ex. VF S19675; Maxentius billon follis, rev. hexastyle temple, wreath in pediment AEF S14982; Aurelian bronze as AVF/Fine S11646; Helena billon centenionalis, rev. SECVRITAS REIPVBLICE, PTRE in ex , rev. surfaces corroded Fine/Fair S16594; Crispus billon centenionalis rev. BEAT TRANQLITAS, PLON in ex. AVF S16724; Constantius II bronze reduced maiorina, struck off-centre, rev. FEL TEMP REPARATIO, VF to GVF S18263; Constans I billon light maiorina, rev. FEL TEMP REPARATIO, (R) S with star between in ex, surface corrosion VG/Fine S18688; Constantine I billon follis, rev. SOLI INVICTO COMITI type (S16045-16120) VF & Constantine I billon reduced centenionalis, possibly silver-washed, rev. URBS ROMA, she-wolf suckling Romulus & Remus, TRP in ex. AVF SA16487; (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear London Vol I 2000 ed, Vol III 2005 ed, Vol IV 2011 ed & Vol V 2014 ed)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £110
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Lot 8

Roman Imperial, 7 x Copper & Billon Coins comprising: Divus Augustus copper as, issued by Tiberius in honour of Augustus, rev. PROVIDENT S C & façade of altar enclosure S1789; Caligula copper as, rev. VESTA S C , Vesta seated holding patera & sceptre S1803; Agrippa copper as, issued by Caligula in honour of his grandfather Agrippa, rev. S C around standing figure of Neptune holding dolphin & trident VG S1812; Nero brass dupondius, rev. S C Roma seated holding wreath & parazonium S1966; Vespasian copper as, rev. VICTORIA (AVGVST) S C , winged Victory holding wreath & palm S2366; Diocletian billon follis, rev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, ALE in ex & XXI in field S12803 & Carausius billon antoninianus, rev. PAX AVG around Pax holding olive branch & sceptre, ML in ex & F - O in field, virtually as struck, S13639A; generally AFine or+ unless o/wise graded & almost all scarce; (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear London Vol I 2000 ed, & Vol IV 2011 ed)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 9

Spanish Colonial, Peru Silver 8 Reales Cob 1691 LR, obv, Cross of Jerusalem with lions & castles in quarters & parts of outer legend discernible (HISPANIA)RVM REX (Charles II), rev. PLV/SVL/TRA between pillars; good detail both sides, 26.72g, GFine

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £140
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Lot 10

Alexander the Great Silver Tetradrachm, lifetime issue circa 325BC; obv. beaded circle around head of young Herakles wearing lion skin tied below chin, rev. beaded circle around Zeus seated on ornate backless throne, his legs parallel, holding sceptre & eagle, ALEXANDROU to right, annulet below throne; trivial contact marks, well struck with traces of original lustre, 17.03g, VF to GVF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £130
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Lot 11

Alexander the Great, Silver Tetradrachm, posthumous issue, obv. head of young Herakles wearing lion skin, rev. Zeus seated on throne with back, his right leg drawn back, holding sceptre & eagle, only AL of ALEXANDROU discernible to right, faint monogram below throne, 16.75g, Fine/VG

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £60
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Lot 12

Roman Republic, 3 x Silver Denarii: (1) C.Renius, 138BC, obv. helmeted head of Roma, rev. Juno in biga drawn by goats, ROMA in ex. S108; (2) M.Fannius C.f. 123BC, obv. helmeted head of Roma, X below, ROMA behind, rev. Victory in quadriga, M FAN C F in ex. S150; (3) Cn.Cornelius Blasio Cn.f. 112BC, obv. head of Mars, CN BLA(SIO C)N F below head, rev. Jupiter standing facing between Minerva & Juno, monogram in field; all similarly toned, AVF to VF (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values Vol 1, Sear London 2000)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 13

Charles I, 3 x Shillings: (1) MM bell, no inner circles, 5.89g, bust VG o/wise AFine to Fine (2) MM anchor, full, round flan & clear legends but numerous scratches on bust & very little detail, 5.85g, bust Poor to Fair o/wise AFine to Fine & (3) MM triangle in circle, 5.94g, bust weak Fair o/wise AFine to Fine; all sometime cleaned

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £50
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Lot 14

12 x English Hammered Silver Coins comprising: John penny London Mint RAVF ON LVND; Henry III short cross penny, Canterbury Mint ROGER OF R ON C; Edward I 5 x pennies: London(x3) & Canterbury(x2); Edward IV penny, York Ecclesiastical Mint, Archbishop Neville issue, G & key either side of king's neck; Elizabeth I threepence 1572 MM ermine bust Poor & penny London Mint; James I sixpence 1624 3rd coinage, 6th bust, MM lis & Commonwealth penny; various grades, generally VG to Fine, together with Charles II undated threepence (milled), centre of rev. shield weak o/wise AFine & Scotland Charles I, 3rd coinage, Briot's issue 20 pence (milled), 'B' above crown on rev. Fair/VG

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £150
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Lot 15

An Album Containing Approximately 140 Roman Bronze Coins, mostly AE2, AE3 & AE4, various Emperors & various grades (several low grade corroded detector finds) & including Byzantine 40 nummi & a sestertius of Faustina

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80
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Lot 16

Roman Imperial: Antoninus Pius Silver Denarius, rev. COS IIII Aequitas standing left holding scales & cornucopia (similar to S4066) contact marks & some rev. pitting Fine/VG & Ancient Greek: Cyrenaica, Cyrene silver didrachm circa 308BC, obv. head of Karneios Apollo facing left, ram's horn around ear, rev. Silphium plant, monogram in field to right, star to left, .999 silver (tested & verified), 19mm, 6.38g, Fine, Bactria silver didrachm of Euthydemus I (230-190 BC) obv. diademed head right, rev. BASILEOS EUTHYDEMOU around Herakles seated on rocks, holding club which he rests on his right knee, monogram in right field , 9.72g, .780 silver AVF/Fine & Panticapaeum(?) AE18 (brass) obv. facing bearded head of Satyr, rev. P A N around bull's head, 6.1g GVF

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the authenticity of the last two coins (Bactria & Panticapaeum) has not been verified & although there is no obvious indication that the coins are copies or forgeries, bidders should be aware that one or both may not be genuine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
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Lot 17

Edward III Groat, fourth coinage, pre-treaty period (1351-61) with French title, MM cross 4; Lombardic M, annulet stops & rev. annulet in one quarter, marks on bust; bust Fine o/wise AVF

Estimate: £30-50

Sold: £40
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Lot 18

Commonwealth Shilling 1654 MM sun, irregular flan but full weight at 5.8g; grey/gold tone with considerable underlying lustre, virtually flawless surfaces, well struck, a very attractive AEF

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £450
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Lot 19

Henry III, 3 x Long Cross Silver Pennies comprising: (1) Canterbury Mint, WILLEM ON CANT, class 5; (2) London Mint, NICOLE ON LVND, class 2, no sceptre, MM 3 (star) at beginning of legend (3) Canterbury Mint, ION ON CANTER, no MM, legend starts at 10 o'clock; all full flans, flat spots in legends, all toned with good portraits AVF to VF, together with Edward I silver penny, London Mint, pellet at beginning of obv & rev legends; full flan with traces of original lustre GFine

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £80
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Lot 20

£5.55 Face Value Pre-47 Silver, together with £0.50p face value pre-20 silver & 8 x silver threepences

Estimate: £50-60

Sold: £110
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Lot 21

Miscellaneous Lot comprising: 2 x proof sets 1970 & 1971, 2 x 'plastic' sets 1953, 11 x CuNi crowns: 1965(x5), 1972 & 1977(x5), an album containing pre-decimal sixpences, shillings & florins; 80+ foreign coins including 9 x silver (weight 37.5g) & a quantity of pre-decimal bronze & CuNi

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £60
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Lot 22

Victoria, Halfcrown 1884, obv. contact marks & light scratches o/wise blue/gold tone with underlying lustre GVF (parts better) & florin 1903 surface deposits on rev. AVF

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £80
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Lot 23

Anne Shilling 1711, fourth draped bust, plain in angles, possibly ex-mount with edge milling re-cut at 12 o'clock (no trace of solder) o/wise trivial contact marks, good edge, attractively toned with underlying lustre AVF to VF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £90
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Lot 24

Maundy Set 1972, 4p, 3p, 2p & 1p UNC

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Falkland Islands, Sterling Silver Proof £25 1985 '100 Years of Self-Sufficiency,' 150g, 65mm, rev. the SS Great Britain under sail, dates 1885-1985 below, in CofI, FDC

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £80
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Lot 26

Victoria, 5 x Silver Coins comprising: crown 1847 X1 rev. die flaw at 9 o'clock, contact marks & faint graffiti scratched on edge o/wise blue/gold tone GFine to AVF; crown 1892 minor contact marks AVF/VF; double florin 1887A scratches in obv. field, minor contact marks, lustrous VF, double florin 1888 minor contact marks AVF & halfcrown 1880 obv. uneven blotchy tone & minor rim imperfections o/wise GVF

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 27

6 x pre-Victoria Silver Coins comprising: crown 1821 SECUNDO edge pinholes at 9 & 3 o'clock, contact marks Fine; halfcrown 1819 small head, hairlines & minor contact marks GFine or+; 3 x shillings: 1758 GFine or+, 1787 no hearts, obv. flecking AFine/Fine & 1816 minor marks/hairlines o/wise lustrous EF/GVF & sixpence 1758/7 light obv. scratches GFine/AVF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 28

George V, 'Wreath' Crown 1927, minor obv. contact marks, good edge, well circulated but undamaged, Fine/GFine+

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
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Lot 29

An Album Containing English & Foreign Silver, CuNi & Bronze Coins including: 3 x crowns 1935, 1937 & 1951, shilling 1905 VG, approximately £1.45 face value pre-47 silver (includes about 50% pre-20 silver), 18 x foreign coins of which 5 x silver including Belgium 5 francs 1868 (smaller head), Austria 100 schilling 1976 & Portugal 50 escudos 1968, together with a Whitman folder containing 56 x farthings comprising 1900 & a date run 1902-1956 inclusive (except 1938)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 30

£12.27½ Face Value Pre-20 Silver comprising 113 x shillings (= £5.65 face value), all Edward VII & George V, several better than average & 265 sixpences (=£6.62½ face value), all Victoria YH to OH, together with £1.20 face value pre-47 silver, all George V shillings

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £600
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Lot 31

A Collection of USA Coins comprising: 8 x Franklin half dollars 1950/51/52/54/55, 1962, 1963(x2),
63 x Washington quarter dollars 1932-1959D, 49 x Roosevelt dimes 1946-1969 (includes 41 x pre-1965), 70 x 'Mercury' dimes 1916-1945, 31 x 'Buffalo' nickels 1915D-1938D & 49 x Jefferson nickels 1938-1961D, all in Whitman folders, various dates/mints & all from circulation, together with (loose) 15 x Kennedy half dollars 1964(x10), 1967, 1972, 1972D, 1976 & 1979 & 2 x low grade quarter dollars 1929; lot also includes UK CuNi £5 1993 & 4 x CuNi crowns 1965, 1972 & 1977(x2), Netherlands silver 2½ guilders 1938 & Israel silver 10 lirot 1967 'Victory Commemorative' 26g, .900 silver BU

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £270
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Lot 32

George V, 2 x Sovereigns 1911 AVF & 1925 EF

Estimate: £300-350

Sold: £360
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Lot 33

Victoria Half Sovereign 1873 die 306, contact marks & hairlines AVF, with cert in London Mint Office polished wood effect case

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 34

South Africa, Gold 1/10oz Krugerrand 1984, with cert, in London Mint Office case BU & UAE Dubai 1/10oz gold bullion coin 2007 obv. bust of Sheikh al Maktoum, rev. view of Burj al Arab (the third tallest hotel in the world), issued in the 'Visions of Dubai' series by the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre BU

Estimate: £140-160

Sold: £150
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Lot 35

2 x RM Proof Sets: 1989 & 1997 (in Sandhill case with no outer casing), together with a gold-plated commemorative medallion of Stonehenge issued by English Heritage & Tristan da Cunha a gold-plated proof 5 crowns 2011 issued to commemorate the wedding of Prince William & Catherine Middleton, 65mm; limited edition of 999 (this coin No. 501), with cert, in London Mint Office CofI, FDC

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £60
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Lot 36

6 x English Silver Coins comprising: 3 x Maundy twopences: Charles II milled undated, single arch crown, MM crown (rev.) light graffiti & metal flaws in obv. field to left of bust & flan very slightly crimped o/wise full, clear legends, good edge & good shield, lustrous AVF; James 1 1687 a few light hairlines, good edge AFine & Victoria 1838 hairlines both sides o/wise lustrous AEF; groat 1836 hairlines o/wise lustrous GVF, threepence 1836 marks on king's neck & scratch on rev, hairlines VF, threehalfpence (1½d) 1838 hairlines VF/GVF, together with Roman Imperial: Hadrian silver denarius rev. PM TR P COS II around Aeternitas standing facing dividing AET AVG (in field) & holding heads of Sol & Luna, Fine/AFine

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £120
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Lot 37

Victoria, Sovereign 1899 GFine/AVF & half sovereign 1901 Fine

Estimate: £240-270

Sold: £270
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Lot 38

Victoria, 5 x Florins: 1849 'Godless' marks in obv. field, lightly toned VF, 1849 'Godless' rim nicks & contact marks VF, 1883 a few hairlines & contact marks AFine, 1887JH trivial contact marks, lustrous VF/GVF & 1898 VG/AFine

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £110
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Lot 39

Victoria, 13 x Shillings comprising: 1873 die 73 faint graffiti both sides VG, 1873 die 19 AFine, 1874 die 67 obv. faint scratch to right of bust o/wise EF, 1875 die? Fair, 1883 VG, 1886 AVF, 1887JH(x2) VF & AVF, 1893(x2) VG & VG/AFine, 1897 VF/GVF, 1898 Fair/VG & 1899 VG

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 40

China, 30 x Silver 10 Yuan, Panda Series comprising: 10 x 2004 obv. 'Temple of Heaven,' rev. female panda nuzzling panda cub & 20 x 2005, obv. 'Temple of Heaven,' rev. panda & cub in bamboo forest; each 31.1g of .999 silver, all encapsulated & sealed in original pliofilm packaging BU

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £850
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Lot 41

3 x Foreign Gold Coins comprising: The Gambia gold proof 150 dalasis 1996 in Queen Mother series, obv. arms of The Gambia, rev. 'Year of the Three Kings' around cartouches with busts of George V, Edward VIII & George VI; 14ct gold, 7.7g, with cert, in Westminster case FDC; Tristan da Cunha gold proof piedfort 1 crown 2008 '250th Anniversary of the Birth of Nelson 1758;' 22ct gold, 2.48g, limited edition of 499, with cert, in CofI FDC & Cook Islands gold proof 5 dollars 1997 commemorating Diana Princess of Wales, 1/25oz .999 gold, 1.27g, no cert, cased FDC

Estimate: £160-180

Sold: £150
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Lot 42

Victoria, 12 x Jubilee Head Silver Coins comprising: crown 1887 AFine, 2 x double florins 1887R both lustrous GVF to EF, 2 x halfcrowns 1887 edge imperfections VF/AEF & 1889 AFine & 7 x shillings: 1887(x6) & 1888 various grades Fair to VF (average VG)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £120
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Lot 43

USA Silver Dollar 1922D contact marks Fine, 1oz 'Silver Eagle' 1988 BU & 7 x quarter dollars: 1899o, 1900S, 1903, 1908, 1909o, 1915D & 1927 generally AGood to VG, together with a further 5 x foreign silver coins comprising: Canada 5 dollars 2014 'Maple leaf,' BU, Australia florin 1927 'Parliament,' VF to GVF & shilling 1910 Fine/GFine, South Africa shilling 1893 Fine & Chile half real 1846 So IJ AFine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80
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Lot 44

Miscellaneous UK Silver Proofs comprising: 2-coin piedfort £5 set 2005 'Nelson' & 'Trafalgar' with cert, in CofI, crown 1981 with cert, in CofI, 2 x £1 2001 & 2003 with certs, in CofI & 2-coin 50p set 1998 'NHS' & 'EU' no cert, in CofI, all FDC, together with Tristan da Cunha silver proof 'Britannia' £5 2009, 28.8g, .958 silver (545/999) in polished wood-effect case FDC, Bahamas silver proof 10 dollars 1978 '5th Anniversary of Independence' with cert, in CofI, FDC & Gibraltar £5 2007 in series 'History of the RAF,' rev. Spitfires in flight, no cert, in CofI, uneven toning UNC

Estimate: £120-150

Sold: £160
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Lot 45

Miscellaneous English Silver Coins comprising: 2 x crowns: 1900 LX1V edge imperfections Fine to GFine & 1935 Fine; 2 x halfcrowns: 1879 Fair & 1907 VG, florin 1873 die 63 AVG to VG, 2 x shillings 1838 obv. adhesive residue Fair to VG & 1894 VG, 20 x silver threepences, several holed or o/wise damaged, 2 x Whitman folders: sixpences 1937-67 inclusive plus 1911, 1912, 1914, 1921, 1922-33 & 1935 all from circulation & shillings 1937-51 (E & S) inclusive, together with £0.82½ face value pre-47 silver (includes a few pence face value pre-20 silver)

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £70
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Lot 46

St Helena & Ascension Commemorative Silver Proof £25 1986 '165th Anniversary of the Death of Napoleon' rev. 'ST HELENA.NAPOLEON.5TH MAY 1821' above Napoleon in military uniform standing on a jetty, sailing ship in background; 65mm, 155g (5 troy oz.).999 silver FDC, together with a sterling silver medal 2001 commemorating the Bicentenary of the United Kingdom (the Act of Union between Great Britain & Ireland in 1800 which came into effect on I January 1801), obv. seated Britannia, rev. full colour representation of the Union Flag; 65mm, 155,5g (5oz), limited edition of 500, prooflike, with cert, in Westminster case, BU

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 47

£13.07½ Face Value Pre-20 Silver, George III to George V, together with £5.57½ face value pe-47 silver

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £600
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Lot 48

618 x Silver Threepences, Victoria YH to George VI, some holed or o/wise damaged & 8 made into a bracelet, various grades

Estimate: £180-220

Sold: £380
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Lot 49

Victoria, 3 x Young Head Crowns comprising: 1844 V111, star stops, edge pinholes at 9 & 3 o'clock, obv. scratches VG/AFine; 1845 V111 cinquefoil stops, edge bumps/nicks, toned AFine & 1847 X1 cinquefoil stops, faint contact marks & obv. hairlines o/wise AFine/Fine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 50

Victoria, 14 x Jubilee Head Silver Coins comprising: 5 x crowns: 1887(x2), 1889, 1890 & 1891; 3 x double florins: 1887R GVF & 1889(x2); 2 x halfcrowns: 1887 lustrous GVF & 1889; 3 x shillings: 1887(x2), 1889 large head VF & sixpence 1887 withdrawn type GVF; generally AFine to Fine unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £190
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