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Richard I, (as Count of Poitou), Anglo-Gallic Silver Denier, obv. RICARDVS REX around cross pattée within beaded inner circle, rev. PICTAVIENSIS in three lines; 0.75g; small edge chips between 4 & 7 o'clock o/wise full flan with clear legends, blue/gold tone VF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £110
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Lot 2

6 x English Hammered Silver Coins comprising: Edward IV groat, light coinage, London Mint, quatrefoils at neck, no eye or other marks in legends; lightly clipped (2.75g) o/wise GFine; Henry III penny, long cross, London Mint, RENAVD ON LVND class Vg, full flan & clear legends AVF; Edward I, 3 x pennies: London Mint(x2) & Durham Mint AFine to GFine & Edward II penny Bury St Edmunds Mint, flat spots in legends o/wise Fine

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £180
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Lot 3

Elizabeth I, 3 x Sixpences comprising: 1580 fifth issue MM Latin Cross, scratches in obv field & creased across bust, contact marks, bust & parts of shield weak, full flan & most of legends clear, AFine to Fine; 1582 sixth issue MM bell, ELIZAB in legend, faint obv hairlines o/wise good edge & surfaces, good shield detail, full, round flan with clear legends, bust Fair o/wise GFine or+ & 1562 milled coinage MM star, small rose & elaborately decorated dress; sometime creased & straightened, contact marks & scratches AFine, together with James I, shilling: second coinage MM rose, third bust; facial features & parts of shield weak o/wise full flan with good edge & surfaces & full, clear legends, blue/gold tone Fine to GFine or+ & sixpence 1615 second coinage MM tun, fourth bust; scratch on bust o/wise Fine

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Lot 4

Roman Imperial, 9 x Miscellaneous Coins comprising: Claudius copper as, rev. LIBERTAS AVGVSTA S C, AVF S1859, Nero brass dupondius, rev. PACE P R VBIQ PARTA IANVM CLVSIT S C, some surface corrosion o/wise Fine S1965, Hadrian brass sestertius, rev. FORT RED (in ex.) PONT MAX TR POT COS II S C, scratches & contact marks VG S3598; Diocletian billon follis rev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, ITR in ex. & S F in field VF S12762; Constantius I rev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, PLG in ex & B in field, GVF S14042; Maximinus II billon follis, rev. IOVI CONSERVATORI AVG, SMNB in ex, surface corrosion o/wise AVF S14874; Arcadius bronze centenionalis, rev. (CONCORDIA) AVGG, SMKA in ex. VG S20806; Hadrian silver denarius, rev. PIETAS (across field) P M TR P COS II, Pietas standing left, similar to S3512 but Pietas has only one arm raised GFine & Septimius Severus possibly a limes denarius (struck in bronze or billon officially or semi-officially on the fringes of the Empire) rev. P M TR (P V COS II P P) Fortuna standing left holding rudder on globe & cornucopia, similar to S6330, GVF/AVF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £50
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Lot 5

2 x Celtic Silver Coins comprising: Corieltauvi silver unit, boar/horse type II; obv. stylised boar with ring of pellets above, rev. horse right, large pellet under tail & ring of smaller pellets above, 1.17g, 14mm; good detail, attractive blue/gold tone VF & Iceni, Edn silver unit, obv. two opposed crescents (double moon emblem) within square, rev. stylised horse, three pellets on chest & three pellets below, very faint ED(?) on coin edge at 6 o'clock; 13mm, 1.23g, VF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £180
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Lot 6

Early Anglo-Saxon, Copper Alloy Styca of Aethelred II King of Northumbria first reign (841-843/4 AD), moneyer Monne; obv. EDILREDX around circle of pellets, rev. +MONNE around circle of pellets, retrograde 'N'; well struck, clear legends, undamaged surfaces, virtually as struck & 2 x Silver Continental Sceattas comprising: (1) series E, variety A, obv. degenerate head enclosing three bars, rev. beaded square standard enclosing TOTII design, well struck, fully detailed EF & (2) series D, type 2c; obv. stylised bust facing right, partially visible runic letters, rev. plain cross with pellets in angles; small flan but well struck EF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £200
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Lot 7

Scotland, Alexander III (1249-1286) Silver Penny, obv. MM cross pattée, ALEXANDER DEI GRAC around crowned bust facing left with sceptre, unbarred 'A' in legends, rev. REX SCOTORVM, 'S' with oval centre, long cross over inner beaded circle with six-pointed star in each quarter (Berwick Mint), new style bust with hair in three distinct waves, together with Ireland, Edward I silver penny, Waterford Mint (1279-1284 issue), obv. EDWR ANGL DNS HYB around crowned bust within triangle, rev. CIVITAS WATERFOR, long cross over inner beaded circle with three pellets in each quarter; both with clear legends & good portraits, both AVF to VF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £170
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Lot 8

Papal States, Silver Bolognino of Pope Gregory XI (1370-1378), obv. GG.PP.VND around facing mitred bust of Gregory XI, rosettes either side of mitre; rev. IN RO(MA) around cruciform URBI within beaded circle; 1.07g, rev. struck off-centre, good detail both sides, VF

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £20
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Lot 9

Mary Groat (1553-54), MM pomegranate, rev. VERITAS etc; full, round flan & full, clear legends both sides; light contact marks & faint scratches, tiny 2mm edge crack at 9 o'clock o/wise good edge & surfaces; good portrait detail; GFine or+

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £180
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Lot 10

Scotland, Alexander III Silver Penny, second coinage (1280-1286) Berwick Mint, class 3; obv. ALEXANDER DEI GRA around crowned bust facing left with sceptre, unbarred As in legend, rev. REX SCOTORVM around long cross, inner beaded circle with six-pointed star in each quarter; full, clear legends & good portrait; surface deposits in legends o/wise AVF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £70
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Lot 11

Scotland, Alexander III Silver Penny, second coinage (1280-1286), Berwick Mint, class 4; obv. ALEXANDER DEI GRA around crowned bust facing left with sceptre, new style portrait with swept back hair, unbarred As in legend; rev. REX SCOTORVM around long cross, inner beaded circle with six-pointed star in each quarter; full, clear legends & good portrait detail; tiny edge nicks at 11 & 5 o'clock o/wise good edge & surfaces, VF+

Estimate: £80-100

Sold: £90
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Lot 12

Scotland, David II Silver Penny, first coinage (1333-1356), second issue; obv. DAVID DEI GRACIA around crowned bust & sceptre facing left, rev. REX SCOTTORVM around long cross, inner beaded circle with six-pointed star in each quarter, large letters in legends both sides; full, round flan, minor flat spots in legends, very good portrait, VF or+

Estimate: £80-100

Sold: £110
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Lot 13

Scotland, James III Silver Groat, main issue (1484-1488), Edinburgh Mint; obv. IACOBVS DEI GRACIA (REX SCOTOR) around crowned bust, three quarter facing, annulet in front of bust on inner beaded circle at 8 o'clock; rev. long cross, outer legend DINS PROTEORTET ERATO & inner legend VILLA EDINBRVG around inner beaded circle, three pellets & annulet in two quarters & crown in alternating quarters; obv struck off-centre & upper half of legends missing between 7 & 11 o'clock, die flaw along left side of king's face o/wise good edge & surfaces GFine/AVF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £650
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Lot 14

Scotland, 2 x Bawbees comprising: James V (1513-1542) third coinage (1538-1542); obv. IACOBVS D.G. REX SCOTORVM around crowned thistle dividing I V (IACOBVS V), rev. OPPIDVM EDINBVRGH around crown over saltire cross, lis either side, MM lis; obv. centre weak & small v-shaped edge nick at 6 o'clock o/wise Fine & Mary (1542-1567) first period (1542-1558), obv. MARIA D.G. REGINA SCOTORVM around crowned thistle dividing M R (MARIA REGINA), rev. OPPIDVM EDINBVRGI around crown over plain saltire cross, cinquefoil either side; minor flat spots in legends o/wise Fine to GFine, both billon

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £140
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Lot 15

Scotland, Mary Billon Groat (value twelve pence), second period (1558-1560) Mary & Francis II of France, obv. FRAN ET MA (D G R)R SCOTO(R D.D. V)IEN around crowned F & M monogram, crowned heraldic dolphin to left of monogram (dolphin looking left) & crowned thistle to right of monogram; rev. square enclosing legend: IAM NON SVNT DVO SED VNA CARO, date 1559 below; 1.45g, .500 silver; slightly irregular flan & flat spots in obv legend o/wise Fine to GFine

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £220
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Lot 16

James 1, 2 x Silver Half Groats, (1) second coinage (1604-1619), obv. I.D.G. ROSA SINE SPINA around rose with large crown above, MM escallop(?), rev. TVEATVR VNITA DEVS around crowned thistle, stops in legends, Fine & (2) third coinage (1619-1625) obv & rev as second coinage but no stops on rev, MM thistle(?), R of ROSA in obv. legend misstruck as F, minor flat spots in legends o/wise VF or+

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £100
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Lot 17

4 x Miscellaneous Hammered Coins comprising: Roman Imperial: Hadrian copper as, rev. SALVS AVGVSTI COS III S C , Salus holding sceptre & feeding snake arising from altar GFine/Fine & Constantine reduced centenionalis 'Constantinopolis' issue, rev. Victory holding sceptre in right hand & resting left hand on shield , her foot standing on ship's prow, MM SMK in ex, Fine; Edward II silver penny Durham Ecclesiastical Mint, MM cross moline on obv (Bishop Bec), legend weakly struck between 6 & 9 o'clock & correspondingly on rev o/wise AFine, John the Blind of Luxemburg (1309-1346) sterling imitation of Edwardian type, obv legend reads EIWAnESDNSZREXB & rev legend reads (LVC) ENB GEN SIS, verdigris spots both sides o/wise GFine, together with Switzerland City of Chur billon bluzger 1766, obv arms with ibex within city gates, rev cross within inner circle, AVF

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £80
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Lot 18

Henry III, 7 x Cut Halfpennies, all long cross, Nicole on Lvnd, Ricard on Cant etc, together with 2 x cut farthings, generally Fine or+

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £30
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Lot 19

2 x Silver Halfgroats comprising: Henry VI, First Reign annulet issue, Calais Mint; obv. facing bust of king, an annulet either side of neck, rev. VILLA CALIS, long cross, three pellets in each quarter & with an annulet in two quarters, saltire stops, an annulet after POSVI in rev legend; good portrait & full, clear legends VF+ & Henry VII Canterbury Mint, MM tun; severely clipped between 5 & 11 o'clock o/wise AVF

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £100
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Lot 20

Scotland, William I The Lion Silver Penny, Short Cross & Stars Late or Postumous Issue Class II (1205-1230); obv. LE REI WILAM around crude bust of king holding sceptre, rev. HUE WALTER (moneyer) around voided cross with a star in each quarter; full, round flan & clear detail both sides, generally good edge & surfaces GVF, together with Robert II silver halfpenny, obv. ROBERTVS REX around crowned bust holding sceptre, rev. long cross, (VILA) EDIN(BVR) around centre circle with star in each quarter; rev. struck off-centre, king's name & a few letters on rev. clear but rest of legends either worn or missing, overall VG

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £250
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Lot 21

Edward I, 9 x Silver Pennies comprising: London Mint(x6), Canterbury Mint, Durham Mint & Bury St Edmunds Mint (VILL/SCIE/DMV/NDI on rev), a couple possibly Edward II; all with full, round flans & majority with good portraits; generally Fine or+

Estimate: £80-100

Sold: £130
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Lot 22

Henry VI Silver Farthing, First Reign, annulet issue (1422-1427) Calais Mint, MM cross pommée; obv. HENRIC REX ANGL around facing bust of king, annulet either side of neck, rev. (V)ILLA CAL(AIS) around long cross, three pellets in each quarter; obv. centrally struck with very good portrait, minor flat spots in legend, rev. struck slightly off-centre, 30% of legend flat; portrait VF o/wise AFine to Fine, together with Richard II halfpenny, Intermediate issue, London Mint, MM cross pattée, Lombardic N's in legends; obv struck slightly off-centre so most of legend between 7 & 10 o'clock missing, full legends on rev; overall Fine

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £140
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Lot 23

Henry III, 4 x Silver Pennies, all London Mint & comprising: (1) short cross, obv. HENRICVS REX, rev. RAVF ON LVND, some obv surface corrosion, clear legends both sides AFine/Fine, (2) long cross, probably class Vf, obv. hENRICVS REX III, with sceptre, rev. HENRI ON LVNDE, slightly wavy flan & some surface pitting o/wise full, clear legends, (3) long cross, probably class 5g, obv. hENRICVS REX III, with sceptre, rev. REINAUD ON LVND, flat spots in legends o/wise AFine & (4) long cross, class IIIc, obv. hENRICVS REX III, no sceptre, rev. (HEN)RI ON LVNDE, HEN of HENRI not struck up o/wise clear legends, very good portrait VF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £90
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Lot 24

3 x English Hammered Silver Coins comprising: (1) Edward I farthing, Newcastle upon Tyne Mint, obv. struck off-centre & left half of coin weakly struck, E R ANG(LIE) around facing bust, no inner circle, rev. struck off-centre (NOVI) CASTRI long cross with three pellets in each quarter, VG/AFine RARE; (2) penny, possibly Henry V, poorly struck & struck off-centre, most of legends (including mint name) missing Fair to VG; (3) Elizabeth I threepence 1575 third/fourth issue MM eglantine, ear shows, obv struck slightly off-centre o/wise good bust & shield detail & most of legends clear AVF, together with: Roman Imperial Antoninus Pius commemorative denarius issued by Marcus Aurelius & Lucius Verus, obv. DIVVS ANTONINVS around bare head of Antoninus Pius, rev. DIVO PIO around altar enclosure GFine & continental sceat (circa 710-760AD), series D, type 2c; obv. bust facing right, rev plain cross with pellets in angles, small flan so parts of lettering missing o/wise AVF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £200
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Lot 25

5 x English Hammered Silver Coins comprising: 3 x groats: Henry VI first reign (1422-1461), London Mint leaf-pellet issue, MM cross fleury, pellet either side of crown & leaf on breast (worn); chipped between 7 & 8 o'clock & lightly clipped between 2 & 3 o'clock o/wise good portrait & mostly clear legends VF; Mary MM pomegranate, rev. VERITAS etc, contact marks & scratches, bust Poor o/wise VG & Philip & Mary MM lis, rev. POSVIMVS etc, several scratches on bust, most of legends clear VG & 2 x halfgroats: Henry VII Canterbury Mint, MM tun, King & Archbishop jointly; clipped, about 75% of obv legends & upper half of rev outer legends missing, o/wise good portrait AFine & Henry VIII third coinage Canterbury Mint, no MM; facing bust; bust (apart from crown) & 50% of rev shield worn, most of legends clear, overall VG

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £130
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Lot 26

5 x English Hammered Silver Coins comprising: Edward I penny, London Mint Fine, Edward VI shilling, fine silver issue, facing bust MM tun, several scratches on bust & digs around first quarter of rev shield; full, round flan, flat spots in legends, bust Fair to VG o/wise Fine; James I sixpence 1604, first coinage, rev. EXVRGAT etc, MM thistle; scratches on bust, bust worn (apart from crown) Poor o/wise Fine to GFine; Charles I shilling Tower Mint under King MM triangle in circle, sixth large Briot's bust with stellate lace collar, clipped o/wise AFine & Commonwealth penny, full flan, Fine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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Lot 27

South Africa Krugerrand 1974, 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £750-800

Sold: £820
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Lot 28

South Africa, 2 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £1500-1600

Sold: £1650
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Lot 29

South Africa, 2 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £1500-1600

Sold: £1600
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Lot 30

South Africa, 2 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £1500-1600

Sold: £1600
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Lot 31

South Africa, 3 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £2250-2400

Sold: £2400
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Lot 32

South Africa, 3 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £2250-2400

Sold: £2300
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Lot 33

South Africa, 3 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £2250-2400

Sold: £2300
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Lot 34

South Africa, 4 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £3000-3200

Sold: £3000
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Lot 35

South Africa, 5 x Krugerrands 1974, each 1oz fine gold, BU

Estimate: £3750-4000

Sold: £3800
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Lot 36

3 x Crowns comprising: 1821 SECUNDO contact marks & toning spots on bust o/wise GFine, 1895 LVIII contact marks, hairlines & minor rim bruises Fine & 1937 rev toning spots & ingrained dirt o/wise EF, together with USA silver dollar 1887 contact marks on bust o/wise good edge & surfaces EF

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £100
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Lot 37

A Collection of Approximately 720 x UK Coins, in two albums, all from circulation & comprising: 57 x farthings, various dates 1821-1951 (18 x pre-1900), 100 halfpennies, various dates 1799-1967, 100 pennies, various dates 1797-1967, 58 x silver threepences & 37 brass threepences, £9.92½ face value pre-47 silver (sixpences, shillings, florins & halfcrowns), £11.20 face value pre-decimal CuNi, 3 x crowns: 1935(x2), 1937, various CuNi crowns 1965, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981 & 24 x 50p 2004 & 2011(x23)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £320
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Lot 38

Miscellaneous Lot comprising: £1.47½ face value pre-47 silver wt 164.6g, 20 x silver threepences, 95 x 1965 crowns & a £5 coin 1997 'Golden Wedding' in a presentation pack, a quantity of copper, bronze & CuNi coins (UK, Isle of Man & foreign), 5 x foreign silver coins including France 5 francs 1869BB toned GFine to AVF, USA large cent 1838 AVF & a set of 3 x silver medals commemorating the 350th anniversary of the 'Sailing of the Pilgrim Fathers in the Mayflower 1620-1970,' obvs depict respective arms of Boston, Plymouth & Southampton, & revs depict preparations for departure, the Mayflower under sail & a couple outside a church in New England; each 39mm, 31.7g, hallmarked .925 silver; with cert, in CofI, issued by Slade Hampton in a limited edition of 3500 sets (this set 0584)

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £110
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Lot 39

George V Sovereign 1927SA VF

Estimate: £180-200

Sold: £190
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Lot 40

USA, 40 x Silver Eagle Dollars, each 1oz fine silver, in two mint-sealed rolls each of 20 coins, all 2013, all mint state

Estimate: £300-350

Sold: £450
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Lot 41

USA, 17 x Morgan Silver Dollars comprising: 1884o(x6), 1885, 1886(x2), 1887(x5), 1888(x2) & 1889, minor contact marks o/wise all lustrous EF or+, together with 11 x Franklin silver half dollars comprising: 1954D, 1961(x6), 1961D(x2), 1962D & 1963 generally Fine to VF & 11 x Kennedy silver half dollars, all 1964, a few with trivial contact marks o/wise AUNC to UNC

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £380
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Lot 42

USA, 29 x Morgan Silver Dollars comprising: 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1883o, 1884, 1884o, 1885, 1885o, 1886, 1886s AVF, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891 AFine, 1892 GFine, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1904o, 1921 & 1921D; generally GVF to GEF unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £550
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Lot 43

USA, 40 x Silver Eagle Dollars, each 1oz fine silver & comprising: 1986 to 2010 inclusive, 2011(x2), 2012(x6), 2013(x2) & 2015(x5); each individually slabbed & graded (33 x MS69 & 7 x MS70) by NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation), in an NGC fitted case, all mint state

Estimate: £300-350

Sold: £600
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Lot 44

Australia, Silver 30 Dollars 2013P, 100mm, wt 1kg .999 silver; obv. Queen's portrait, rev. colourised snake around branch, 'YEAR OF THE SNAKE ' below; slabbed & graded SP69 by NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation), estimated mintage 1500, prooflike BU

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £550
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Lot 45

USA, 40 x Silver Eagle Dollars, each 1oz fine silver, comprising: 2013(x20) & 2014(x20); all individually slabbed & graded MS70 by NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation), in a fitted 'Guardhouse Slab Coin Box', all mint state

Estimate: £300-350

Sold: £550
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Lot 46

USA, 16 x Silver Eagle Dollars, each 1oz fine silver & comprising: 1986s(x3) proofs, graded PR69 by PGCS (Professional Coin Grading Service), 2012(x7) graded MS70 & 2014(x6) graded MS70, all slabbed & graded by NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) & PCGS, together with 3 x silver dollars: 1878 MS63, 1921 Morgan MS65 & 1924 MS64, all slabbed & graded by PCGS, EF to GEF;
In a fitted 'Guardhouse Slab Coin Box'

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £380
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Lot 47

USA, 5 x Quarter Dollars in the Series 'America the Beautiful,' each 5oz .999 silver & comprising: 2011P matte proof, rev. 'Vicksburg, Mississippi' around USS Cairo on the Yazoo River, slabbed & graded SP70 by PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) & 4 x bullion: 2014(x2) rev. 'Everglades National Park', Florida,' 2014 'Shenandoah National Park,' Virginia' & 2014 'Great Smoky Mountains National Park,' Tennessee;' all with portrait of George Washington on obv., BU

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £350
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Lot 48

7 x Foreign Silver Proofs , all slabbed by either NGC or PCGS & comprising: Niue 2 dollars 2012, colourised Chinese coi fish on rev, 1oz .999 silver; China 3 yuan 2012, obv. Temple of Heaven, rev. panda, ¼oz .999 silver; Armenia 500 dram 2013, rev. Noah's Ark, 1oz .999 silver; Tuvalu 1 dollar 2012P '100th Anniversary of Titanic,' colourised Titanic on rev, 1oz .999 silver; Canada 15 dollars 2013 'year of the Snake,' rev. colourised snake & Chinese characters, 1oz .999 silver; Canada 5 dollars 2012 'Maple Leaf' reverse proof, 1oz .999 silver & USA 'Buffalo' 1 dollar 2001P, 26.7g, .900 silver

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £160
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Lot 49

USA, Gold Dollar 1862, 'Indian Head,' 1.58g .900 gold; light hairlines o/wise lustrous GVF

Estimate: £70-80

Sold: £140
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Lot 50

South Africa 1/10 Krugerrand 2000, 3.39g, minor hairlines o/wise AEF

Estimate: £70-80

Sold: £60
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