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Roman Imperial, a Collection of 22 x Silver, Billon, Copper & Bronze Coins comprising: 2 x silver denarii: Elagabalus rev. SACERD DEI SOLIS ELAGAB & Severus Alexander rev SPES PVBLICA; silver antoninianus: Herennius Etruscus as Caesar, rev. SPES PVBLICA; 3 x billon antoniniani: Valerian II as Caesar, rev. VICTORIA PART, Saloninus as Caesar, rev SPES PVBLICA; Postumus rev. NEPTVNO REDVCI; Maximinus II 5 x folles, as Caesar & as Augustus, revs: GENIO AVGVSTI (x2), GENIO CAESARIS, VIRTVS AVGG ET CAESS NN & GENIO POPVLI ROMANI; Maxentius 2 x folles as Augustus, revs CONSERV VRB SVAE wreath in pediment of temple & VICTORIA AETERNA AVG N, MOST in ex. followed by officina letter P; Constantius Gallus maiorina obv. D N CONSTANTIVS IVN NBO (sic) C, rev. FEL TEMP REPARATIO Constantius Gallus standing on galley steered by Victory, SIS in ex followed by officina letter B, III in left field & star in right field; Theodosius I bronze maiorina rev GLORIA ROMANORVM, ANTB in ex; Crispus centenionalis rev BEATA TRANQVILLITAS rev. globe on altar, TR in ex preceded by officina letter S; Constantine I follis rev. SOLI INVICTO COMITI, T F in field, centenionalis, rev BEATA TRANQVILLITAS & reduced centenionalis rev, GLORIA EXERCITVS; Constantius I post reform radiate rev. VOT X FK in wreath; Commodus (as Caesar) copper as rev. SPES PVBLICA S C ; Maximianus Alexandrian billon tetradrachm rev. Nike advancing holding wreath & palm, together with Ancient Greece, Apollonia silver drachm obv. cow suckling calf, rev. square with double stellate pattern, holed at 11 o'clock & struck off-centre; almost all high grade VF to EF or+

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 2

Charles I, 2 x Shillings: (1) MM triangle, large Briot's bust with double-arched crown, rev. square-topped shield over cross moline; some bust detail, facial features weak, very good shield & good surfaces, 5.83g AFine/AVF & (2) MM triangle in circle, large Briot's bust with double-arched crown & stellate lace collar, rev. square-topped shield over cross moline; obv. large XII struck over small XII, flat spots in legends, 5.9g; AFine/Fine

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £70
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Lot 3

Roman Imperial, Gold Solidus of Valentinian I, (AD 364-375), 4.23g, .965 gold (tested & verified) obv. Emperor's bust facing right, diadem adorned with pearls, rev. RESTITUTOR REIPUBLICAE, Valentinian standing facing holding labarum & Victory on a globe, no cross in field; mint mark ANT (Antioch) in ex. followed by officina mark S; faint scratches in rev. field below globe o/wise AVF

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £280
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Lot 4

Roman Imperial, Gold Solidus of Valentinian II, (AD 375-392), 4.35g, .975 gold (tested & verified), rev. CONCORDIA AVGGG followed by officina mark E, Constantinopolis holding sceptre & globe seated on throne (without lions' heads ornamentation), right foot on prow of galley, CONOB in ex; good edge & surfaces VF

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320
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Lot 5

Roman Imperial, Gold Solidus of Theodosius II, (AD 402-450), 4.43g, .967 gold (tested & verified), obv. D N THEODOSIVS P F AVG around facing helmeted & cuirassed bust holding shield & spear, rev. SALVS REIPVBLICAE, Theodosius seated facing, Valentinian III standing (on right), both in consular robes & each holding a mappa (a symbolic white napkin) & a cruciform sceptre, star before P of REIPUBLICAE, mint mark CONOB in ex., well struck & fully detailed obv & rev, virtually flawless edge & surfaces, near EF

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £350
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Lot 6

Roman Imperial, 3 x Silver Denarii comprising: Trajan rev. COS V P P S P Q R OPTIMO PRINC around Roma standing left holding Victory & spear, good portrait VF/GFine; Faustina Junior obv FAUSTINAE AVG PII AVG FIL, rev. VENVS around Venus standing left holding apple & rudder Fine & Commodus rev. MIN AVG P M TR P XVI COS VI Minerva, looking back, advancing right, holding spear & shield, her right arm stretched out holding branch; edge striking cracks o/wise AVF

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £60
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Lot 7

Roman Imperial, Gold Solidus of Honorius (AD 393-423), obv. D N HONORIVS P F AVG around helmeted & cuirassed facing bust holding spear & shield, rev. CONCORDIA AVGG followed by officina mark theta, helmeted Constantinopolis seated facing on throne holding sceptre & Victory on globe, CONOB in ex., .999 gold (tested & verified), good edge & surfaces, AEF

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £320
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Lot 8

Henry VIII Silver Halfgroat, second Coinage (1526-44), Canterbury Mint, MM cross patonce; obv. HENRIC VIII D G R AGL Z FRA around youthful crowned bust of king, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR & W A (Archbishop Warham) divided by shield; full flan, good portrait & shield detail, bluish toning, VF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 9

Henry VIII Half groat, first coinage, York Royal Mint, MM star; obv. HENRIC VIII DI GRA REX AGL Z around profile issue portrait of Henry VII, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI around royal arms over cross, keys either side of shield & Cardinal's hat below (Archbishop Wolsey); clear legends & good portrait detail, AVF for issue

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 10

Elizabeth I Shilling second issue, MM cross crosslet, without rose or date, beaded & wire line inner circles, ET instead of Z; bust 3C; full, almost perfectly round flan & full, clear legends; a couple of light scratches in obv field o/wise very good edge & surfaces, good detail in portrait & shield; attractively toned with blue/gold lustre AVF or+

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £170
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Lot 11

Edward III, Gold Half Noble, Treaty Period (1361-1369), MM cross potent, London Mint; obv. EDWARD DEI G REX ANGL D HYB Z AQT around King on ship holding sword & shield, saltire before EDWARD, curule-shaped X; rev. DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME around cruciform design, closed 'E' in centre of cross, Lombardic 'M' & 'N,' double saltire stops; 59.6 grains (3.86g), .985 gold (tested & verified); slightly irregular edge in parts o/wise well struck, fully detailed both sides, RARE GVF or+

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1400
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Lot 12

Edward IV Rose Noble, 16th Century Flemish Imitation Coinage, obv. EDWARD DI.GRA REX ANG Z FRANC DNS IB, King holding sword & shield, rose on side of ship, banner with E on stern, rev. IHC AVT TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORV IBAT around rose over radiate sun in centre, MM crown; crack from 6 o'clock to just below King's chin & small hole just above King's crown; 116.4 grains (7.54g), .985 gold (tested & verified), AVF

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £380
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Lot 13

Edward VI Shilling, fine silver issue, facing bust, MM tun; full, round flan & full, clear legends, bust worn apart from crown & lower half of drapery, very faint scratches on bust, bust Poor to Fair o/wise Fine, together with Elizabeth I shilling second issue MM martlet, obv scratches in field & rev. scratches in third quarter of shield o/wise full, round flan AFine & 2 x sixpences: 1561 3rd/4th issues MM pheon, smaller flan & small bust; small edge chip at 12 o'clock (ex-mount) o/wise full, round flan, clear legends & good portrait & shield detail AVF & 1595 sixth issue MM key, contact marks, flat spots in legends, quite good detail in bust & shield GFine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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Lot 14

James I, 2 x Shillings: (1) second coinage, third bust, MM rose; facial features weaker than rest of portrait, faint hairline scratches on bust, toned AVF (2) second coinage, fourth bust, MM rose; flat spots in legends & third quarter of shield worn, some portrait detail, Fine & Ireland sixpence, second coinage (1604-07) first bust, MM rose; obv. IACOBVS D G MAG BRIT etc around bust, rev. TVEATVR VNITA DEVS around harp; obv flat spots in legend at 10 & 5 o'clock & correspondingly on rev; bust AFine o/wise AVF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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Lot 15

9 x English Hammered Silver Coins comprising: Edward I penny London Mint, full round flan, AVF; Elizabeth I shilling second issue MM cross crosslet, bust Fair, shield much better Fair/'Fine, sixpence 1594 sixth issue MM woolpack, edge of flan bent at 6 o'clock, VG parts better & threepence 1572 third/fourth issues MM ermine, bust VG o/wise Fine; James I halfgroat second coinage MM rose, rev. dig on thistle GFine/AFine; Charles I shilling MM eye (1645), 'Briot's' bust with stellate lace collar, double-arched crown, square-topped shield, irregular edge in parts & shallow crease 11 to 5 o'clock o/wise AFine, shilling MM tun (1636-38), no inner circles, round garnished shield, no CR, irregular edge in parts, bust worn Fair but bold lettering, second & fourth quarters of shield weakly struck, overall AFine to Fine, sixpence MM anchor (1638-39) 'Aberystwyth' bust, double-arched crown, square-topped shield, surface marks/scratches, flat spots in legends Fair to VG & Charles II halfgroat third issue, MM crown, VG

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £250
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Lot 16

Spanish Netherlands, Brabant Silver Patagon 1632, MM hand(?) Antwerp Mint, obv. PHIL. IIII. D.G.HISP.ET.INDIAR.REX around crowned Burgundian Cross, rev. RCHID.AVST.DVX.BVRG.BRAB.Z around crowned shield of arms within jewelled collar of the Golden Fleece; 26.7g, .875 silver, minor surface marks, VF or+

Estimate: £150-180

Sold: £140
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Lot 17

12 x Silver Pennies comprising: Henry III 2 x short cross: Canterbury Mint, OSMVND ON CAN & London Mint, LEDVLF ON LVN, Henry III long cross London Mint NICOLE ON LVN & Edward I (x9): London Mint (x 4, one holed at 3 o'clock), Canterbury Mint (x2), Durham Mint, Bury St Edmunds Mint & Kingston upon Hull Mint; generally VG to Fine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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Lot 18

Elizabeth I, 11 x Sixpences, comprising: third/fourth issue: 1564 MM pheon, 1565 MM rose, 1567 MM lion, 1568 MM coronet, 1570 MM coronet, holed at 11 o'clock, 1572 MM ermine, plugged; fifth issue:1579 MM Greek cross; sixth issue: 1583 MM A, 158(4?) MM A, 159(2?) MM hand, good portrait but chipped at 1 o'clock AVF & 1593 MM tun holed at 6 o'clock (rev.), together with halfgroat seventh issue MM 2; obvs generally Poor to Fair unless o/wise graded, revs better

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £150
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Lot 19

Edward the Confessor Silver Penny, facing bust/small cross type, Lincoln Mint, moneyer Lefwine; obv. EADPAD REX around facing bust, rev. LEFPINE ON LINCO around small cross pattée; most of facing bust not struck up o/wise full, round flan with generally clear legends & good edge & surfaces, overall Fine, parts better

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £200
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Lot 20

Commonwealth Shilling 1653 MM sun, corroded & pitted surfaces & ragged edge between 2 & 4 o'clock o/wise GFine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £280
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Lot 21

Roman Imperial 3 x Sestertii comprising: Titus (as Augustus) brass sestertius, rev. Spes advancing left holding a flower in her right hand, S C in field, generally good edge & surfaces GFine to AVF; Hadrian brass sestertius, rev. RESTITVTORI ORBIS TERRARVM around standing figure of Hadrian raising kneeling female figure, turreted & holding globe, S C in ex, scratch on bust o/wise Fine to GFine & Trajan Decius bronze sestertius rev. PANNONIAE S C around two standing female figures symbolising the two halves of the Roman province of Pannonia, both figures holding standards, verdigris patina, Fine, together with Trajan brass dupondius, rev. TR (POT) COS (IIII P P) around seated figure of Justitia seated on a chair formed from two cornucopiae, S C in ex, stains & corrosion on rev. Fine/Fair

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £280
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Lot 22

James I, 2 x Shillings: (1) fourth bust MM escallop, full, round flan, parts of bust weak, good shield detail; bust VG o/wise Fine or+ & (2) Ireland second coinage MM rose, rev. HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOBVS around crowned harp; dark tone, good detail in crown, hair & drapery but facial features flat o/wise Fine to GFine

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £100
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Lot 23

Charles I, Newark Besieged Silver Ninepence, obv. large double-arched crown dividing C R, value IX below, rev. OBS: NEWARK 1646 in three lines; diamond-shaped flan with beaded borders both sides, struck en médaille; 4.5g, RARE VF or+

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1600
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Lot 24

Spanish Netherlands, Zeeland Gold 2 Ducats, no date (1581-1583); obv. PHLS.D:G.HISP.Z.REX.COM ZEL around crowned facing busts of Ferdinand & Isabella, 'S' between busts, rev. DVCATVS CO.ZEL. VAL.HISP around crowned shield of arms, eagle behind; 28mm, 6.74g .986 gold; 'wavy' flan, sometime creased & straightened; full, clear legends, Fine to GFine

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320
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Lot 25

Henry VI Groat, Calais Mint, Annulet issue (1422-1430), MM incurved pierced cross; obv. annulet at either side of neck & annulets in two quarters of rev., saltire stops; full, round flan with full, clear legends & well struck, fully detailed portrait; toned with traces of blue/gold lustre; a very attractive coin with no discernible faults, EF

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £250
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Lot 26

Henry VII Groat, facing bust type, London Mint, MM anchor; obv. crown with one jewelled & one plain arch; struck slightly off-centre, minor flat spots & slight pitting in legends, good portrait AVF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Lot 27

Edward VI Shilling, third period fine silver issue (1551-1553) MM tun; obv. facing bust with rose & value XII; full, round flan with full, clear legends & good portrait detail; a couple of small digs in King's drapery & similar digs on rev in field alongside third quarter of shield o/wise generally good edge & surfaces, toned GFine to AVF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £190
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Lot 28

Elizabeth I Shilling, second issue MM martlet; full, round flan with full, clear legends & quite good portrait; obv hairlines & light scratches, rev. first quarter of shield not struck up, blue/gold tone in legends, together with sixpence 1561 third/fourth issues MM pheon, small bust type (S2560), obv. scratches & rev. scratch through second & fourth quarters of shield o/wise full flan & full clear legends & threepence 1568 third & fourth issues, MM coronet, taller bust, ear shows; generally good edge & surfaces, bluish tone; all GFine or+

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £190
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Lot 29

3 x Shillings comprising: Elizabeth I second issue, MM martlet, full, round flan with full, clear legends (minor rev. flat spot at TO of ADIVTOREM) AFine to GFine; James I second issue, MM rose, third bust, generally good edge & surfaces, minor flat spots in legends AFine & Charles I MM tun, no inner circles, round garnished shield, no C R; slightly irregular flan & very faint hairline scratch on bust o/wise AFine to GFine

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £170
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Lot 30

Elizabeth I, 3 x Sixpences comprising: 1571 third/fourth issues, MM castle, intermediate bust, ear shows; full flan, bust & 4th quarter of shield weak, VG to Fine; 1580 fifth issue, MM Greek cross (?), clipped between 9 & 3 o'clock o/wise AFine/GFine & 1592 sixth issue MM tun, full flan, facial features & 2nd & 4th quarters of shield weak o/wise GFine or+

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £120
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Lot 31

Elizabeth I, 2 x Shillings, both sixth issue: (1) MM bell, bust 3B, ear concealed; full, round flan with very well struck legends & mintmark, facial features & 3rd & 4th quarters of shield weakly struck; good edge & surfaces with some original lustre in legends, & (2) MM tun, ear shows, bust 6B; small mark in obv. field o/wise generally good edge & surfaces; both GFine to AVF

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £150
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Lot 32

India, Silver Drachm of King Nahapana (Western Satraps), circa 53-99AD; obv. bust of King & Greek legend, rev. Brahmi & Kharoshthi legend around stylised thunderbolt & arrow; 16mm, 1.95g, rust-coloured stain on rev. o/wise GFine

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £50
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Lot 33

5 x Roman Coins comprising: 2 x silver denarii: Septimius Severus, rev. RESTITVTOR VRBIS around Severus holding spear & sacrificing over tripod altar, good portrait VF+ & Severus Alexander, rev. IOVI PROPVGNATORI around Jupiter with thunderbolt in right hand & with eagle on extended left hand AVF/VF; silver antoninianus: Philip I rev. P M TR P II COS P P around Philip seated on curule chair holding globe & short sceptre, good edge & surfaces AEF; billon follis Constantine I (as Augustus), rev. MARTI CONSERVATORI around helmeted figure of Mars holding spear & shield, PTR in ex. & T F in field, virtually as struck GEF & billon centenionalis Constantine II (as Caesar), rev. BEATA TRANQVILLITAS around altar inscribed VOT /IS/ XX in three lines, globe & three stars above altar, PLON in ex, about as struck; all well struck & with very good surfaces

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 34

Ptolemaic Egypt, Ptolemy I Soter, silver tetradrachm, circa 305-285BC; obv. head of Alexander the Great wearing elephant skin headdress, rev. Athena Alkidemos advancing right holding shield & brandishing spear, ALEXANDROU to left & monogram, Corinthian helmet & eagle on thunderbolt to right; 14.73g, surface scratches o/wise VF

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £190
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Lot 35

Proof Sovereign 1980, no cert, in wallet of issue, FDC

Estimate: £200-220

Sold: £200
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Lot 36

Victoria Sovereign 1891, minor contact marks/rim imperfections, AVF/VF

Estimate: £200-220

Sold: £200
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Lot 37

USA Gold 2½ Dollars 1911 'Indian Head,' 4.18g, .900 gold, minor contact marks VF/GVF

Estimate: £100-120

Sold: £190
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Lot 38

George V Sovereign 1911 obv. small edge knock at 9 o'clock, light hairlines AVF & Edward VII half sovereign 1907 minor contact marks, small obv rim nick at 9 o'clock o/wise Fine

Estimate: £300-340

Sold: £300
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Lot 39

USA, 40 x Statehood Quarter Dollars, in 8 x cased sets each containing 5 x quarter dollars, all plated in 24ct gold by the Morgan Mint, 1999 & 2002 - 2008 inclusive BU, together with 4 x gold-plated dollars from the 'Presidential Coin Collection' with portraits of Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson & Madison & a gold leaf (22ct) & 2 x silver leaf (.999) coin certificates of Liberia "In Memory Twenty Dollars" commemorating the 7th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Centre in 2008, each individually die-struck, 182mm x 78mm, with certs

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £70
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Lot 40

32 x UK Proof Sets comprising: 1970(x2), 1971(x2), 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982(x2), 1983(x2), 1984(x2), 1985(x2), 1986(x5), 1987(x2), 1988, 1989, 1990 & 1992; with certs, in CofI, FDC (includes 9 x de-luxe sets: 1985, 1986(x4), 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 & 1992)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £320
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Lot 41

George V, Sovereign 1912, minor contact marks GVF

Estimate: £180-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 42

George V, 2 x half Sovereigns: 1911 & 1912 GVF or+

Estimate: £180-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 43

A Collection of 19 x UK Silver Proofs comprising: 3 x £2: 1986 & 2 x 1989 (2-coin set), 9 x £1: 1983, 1984(x2), 1985, 1986(x2), 1987, 1988(x2), 4 x crowns: 1972 handling marks, 1977, 1980 & 1981, 20p 1982 & 2 x 5p 1990 (2-coin set); with certs, in CofI, AFDC - FDC

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 44

Miscellaneous Lot including: 'Royal Salute 1977' a set of 4 x silver crown medals commemorating the Queen's Silver Jubilee, obvs 4 x informal portraits of the Queen, revs 4 x Royal residences (Balmoral, Windsor, Buckingham Palace & Sandringham) each medal 38mm, 28.4g, edge hallmarked, with cert, in CofI; 13 X Brilliant Uncirculated sets: 1982(x2), 1983(x2), 1984(x2), 1985(x2), 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 & 1990 in presentation packs; 15 x Brilliant Uncirculated coins in individual presentation packs: £2 1986, £2 1989(x4), 2 x 2-coin sets £2 1989, 6 x £1 1983(x3), 1984, 1987 & 1988; 2 x CuNi proof 50p 1973 in CofI, 2 x year sets 1965 each 9 x coins halfpenny to crown, in Sandhill cases; Falkland Islands 4 x crowns: 1982(x2) & 1983(x2) in presentation packs; 8 x Whitman folders including 3 x complete sets: pennies 1902-1929 (except 1919KN) & halfpennies 1902-1936 & 1937-1967, rest incomplete, all from circulation; & other coins

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £180
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Lot 45

A Collection of Isle of Man, Channel Islands & Foreign Silver Proofs comprising: Isle of Man 2 x crowns 1972 & 1976, Guernsey crown 1972 toned, carbon spots, Bermuda dollar 1972 carbon spots/staining, Gibraltar crown 1972, Falkland Islands 50p (crown-size) 1985 'Mount Pleasant Airport,' Cook Islands 2 dollars 1973, toning, Cayman Islands 25 dollars 1972, Panama 2 x 20 balboas 1973 & 1974, each 129.5g .925 silver, together with 3 x proof sets: Guernsey 1971 6 coins ½p to 50p, Isle of Man 1971 6 coins ½p to 50p & British Virgin Islands 1973 6 coins 1 cent to 1 dollar, verdigris & carbon spots, no cert, in CofI & a set of 6 silver medallions 1972 commemorating the Queen's Silver Wedding depicting busts of Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, a Royal Corgi & a heptagonal medal depicting conjoined busts of Queen & Prince Philip, issued by Franklin Mint

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 46

£1.05 Face Value Pre-20 Silver & £5.52½ face value pre-47 silver

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 47

A Collection of 49 x Halfcrowns comprising: 1902 light golden tone EF, 1910, 1914 to 1920 inclusive, 1922, 1923, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1935(x2, one Fine/AVF), 1936 to 1951 inclusive & 1953 to 1967 inclusive; all high grade VF to EF or+ unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £350
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Lot 48

A Collection of 870 x Foreign Coins in 4 x albums, together with a collection of UK coins in 3 x albums comprising: 388 x pennies, 139 x halfpennies, 23 x sixpences, 19 x florins, 6 x old 10p, 6 x old 50p & a 20p, all George V to QEII, all from circulation & 3 x Whitman folders: florins 1947 - 1967 (29 coins including duplicates), shillings ( E & S) 1947 - 1951 & sixpences 1947 - 1966 except 1952 (37 coins including duplicates)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £160
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Lot 49

Part Proof Set 1953, 9 coins halfpenny to crown (NB farthing missing), in CofI (foxing inside lid), very light toning on bronze o/wise FDC

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £45
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Lot 50

Edward VII Gold £5 1902, contact marks & minor rim imperfections, slight rev edge knock at 9 o'clock, peripheral reddish tone, 40.05g, VF

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1500
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