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CONDITIONS OF SALE

First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

SECOND.—The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, to withdraw any lots, to refuse bids and to regulate the bidding.

THIRD.—AIl lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller to bid either person- ally or else by any one person who may be the Auctioneer.

FourRTH.—The purchasers to give in their names and place of abode, and to pay down 25% of the purchase price or more in part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which the aa or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and re-sold.

FIFTH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven days from date of sale.

Sr1xrH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller and for both equitably.

SEVENTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for the safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the sale.

EicuTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after the lots have been removed from their premises.

Nintu.—A daily storage fee of £0.25 per lot will be payable by the purchaser on lots not removed within seven days of the date of sale. The Auctioneers reserve the right to re-sell by Auction or privately, without notice to the buyer, all lots not removed from the Auctioneers’ premises within fourteen days of the date of sale.

Please Note. The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:— A’ =gold, AR=silver, A2=copper or bronze. El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals,

using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, F ine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not

in good condition.

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There are NO RESTRICTIONS OR CUSTOMS DUTY on the import

of collectors’ coins.

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Notre commission ne s’éléve qu’a 12.5% du prix de vente; aucun impot ni aucune taxe sont dis. Les frais d’illustration sont en supplément.

. Il n’y a ni taxe douaniére ni restric-

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Le payement s’effectue en n’importe quelle monnaie au choix du vendeur.

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Le payement intégral s’effectue 21 jours aprés la vente.

Sur demande une avance en especes peut éventuellement étre accordée.

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GLENDINING & CO.

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Telephone: 01-493 2445 (3 lines)

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Expert advice freely given to intending sellers. We insure all goods in our custody (unless instructed to the contrary),

charging a premium of £0.50 per £100.00.

PROMPT SETTLEMENTS

Notice of all Sales appear in the Daily Telegraph on Mondays

and The Times on Tuesdays.

We are pleased to execute bids, free of charge,

for buyers unable to attend the Sales.

VALUATIONS FOR PROBATE AND INSURANCE

Terms on application.

CATALOGUE of

ENGLISH COINS

in GOLD and SILVER also

COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

Day of Sale Wednesday, 25th October, 1972

commencing at 10.30 a.m. precisely

A Fine Collection of English Crown Pieces

Ref. to:—‘“‘The English Silver Coinage from 1649” by B. A. Seaby, Ltd. Lor 1* Charles I, Exeter mint, dated 1644, mint mark rose both sides (Lockett 8A). Very fine.

2 —— another, dated 1645, m.m. castle both sides (Lockett 123). Two flan splits, otherwise fine.

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Charles II, 1662, first bust, without rose below, edge undated (ESC 19). Slightly polished, nearly very fine and scarce.

4 —— 1663, first bust, new reverse, edge xv (ESC 22). Fine.

5* ——— 1677, with trace of overstriking over 6 of last figure (ESC 53). Very fine and rare.

6* James II, 1686, first bust, edge SECUNDO (ESC 76). Very fine and scarce.

7* —— 1686, first bust, without stops on obverse (ESC 77). A beautiful, toned specimen in outstanding condition, very rare, extremely fine.

‘. Ex Shepherd, Brice, Montague (1888), Murdoch, Day, Yates, Lingford, Nightingale and Whetmore Collections.

£82.00

£42.00

£48.00

£11.00

£125.00

£95.00

£340.00

£135.00

£85.00

£130.00

£190.00

£100.00

£200.00

£135.00 £150.00

£250.00

£110.00

£105.00

£140.00

£28.00

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8* —— 1687, second bust, edge TERTIO (ESC 78). Slight weakness at top of King’s hair and one crown of one shield on reverse as often with this coin, otherwise extremely fine.

9* —— 1687, second bust, edge with small lettering (ESC 79). Very fine and struck on a large spread flan with marked tooth border, rare.

10* —— 1687, similar type but struck on a normal flan, obverse letter punches differ slightly from the last. Extremely fine, nicely toned and rare.

11* —— 1688, edge QvarTO (ESC 80). A little off-centre on obverse, but extremely fine and with attractive dark tone.

‘.” Ex Lingford and Whetmore Collections. 12* —— 1688/over 7 (ESC 81), type otherwise the same as the last.

Very fine. 13* William and Mary, 1691, edge TERTIO (ESC 82). Two very slight cuts on obverse, otherwise extremely fine and toned.

*.’ Ex Jackson-Kent Collection.

14* —— 1692, edge QvarTO (ESC 83). Very fine to extremely fine.

15 —— 1692/over 2 upside down, edge QvARTO (ESC 84). Slight scoring on reverse, otherwise very fine and scarce.

16* —— 1692/over 2 upside down, edge Qvinro (ESC 85). Flan slightly spotted, otherwise extremely fine and rare.

17* William III, 1695, first bust, first harp, edge SEPrImMo (ESC 86). Extremely fine and with mint bloom.

18* —— 1695, similar to last but edge ocraAvo (ESC 87). Two die cracks on obverse, but otherwise virtually mint and with attractive dark toning.

19 —— 1695, similar to the last but with error edge reading OcTAo. Extremely fine and rare. ** Ex Carter and Jackson-Kent Collections. 20 —— 1695, similar but with error edge reading NI Avo. Fine and rare.

** Ex Jackson-Kent Collection.

Lot 21* —— 1695 proof, with plain edge (ESC 88). Slight die flaws as usual at top of coin, a mint state example, deeply toned and extremely rare. 22 —— 1696, edge ocravo (ESC 89). Nearly extremely fine. 23* —— 1696, similar to the last but without stops on obverse, and G of GRA struck over D. About very fine and very rare. *.” Ex Jackson-Kent Collection. 24 —— another, from a slightly different reverse die. Very fine and very rare. 25* —— 1696, last 6 of date over 5 (ESC 90). A beautiful specimen, struck on a full, large flan and nicely toned. *.” Ex Carter and Jackson-Kent Collections. 26* —— 1696, obverse error reading GEI instead of DEI (ESC 91), unusually fine for this error. Very fine and very rare. *.” Ex Loveday and Webb Collections. 27 —— 1696, third bust, first harp, edge ocravo (ESC 94). Very fine to extremely fine. 28* —— 1696, proof with plain edge (ESC 95). Flan not quite normal, otherwise almost mint state and extremely rare. *.” Ex Webb Collection. 29* —— 1697, third bust, second harp, edge NONO, unusually fine for this very rare type (ESC 96). Fine. 30 1700, third bust variety, third harp, edge DvoDECIMOo (ESC 97). Extremely fine. 31* —_ 1700, edge DECIMO TERTIO (ESC 98). Obverse very fine,

reverse extremely fine, rare.

Ex Parsons and Whetmore Collections.

32 George II, Bank of England Dollar, 1804, type A/2 (ESC 144).

33. ——

Good very fine.

another, same type but a Proof. Brilliant and scarce.

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£130.00

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£72.00

£820.00

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£34.00

£110.00

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£105.00

£200.00

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£110.00

£32.00

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47*

38* ——

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type B/2, without stops between CH K initials on obverse (ESC 148). Extremely fine and rare.

type C/2, with obverse top leaf of laurel to centre of E (ESC 150). Brilliant proof, scarce.

another, similar type but a Proof in silver-gilt (ESC 151). Brilliant and extremely rare.

another, a Proof in copper (ESC 154). Brilliant and scarce.

type C/2a, with K inverted below shield on reverse (ESC 154). Rare, brilliant proof.

‘.” Ex Paget and Whetmore Collections.

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a similar coin but a Proof in copper (ESC 155). Rare, ex- tremely fine but dulled.

type C/2B, with inverted K on reverse incuse (ESC 156). Brilliant, extremely fine and scarce.

type D/2a, obv. top laurel leaf points to end of E, Proof (ESC 160). Brilliant but some light scratches, rare.

type E/2, oby. leaf to centre of E, without stop after REX (ESC 164). Extremely fine.

another, overstruck on an 8-Reales of 1810. An interesting example of a later striking of the Bank Dollar which con- tinued to be struck until 1815. Extremely fine.

another, Proof striking in copper on a thick flan (ESC 166). Extremely fine and rare.

silver Proof, struck on a thick flan, obv. CHK recut (ESC 167), wt. 480 grains. Brilliant and extremely rare.

Patterns Bank Dollar, 1798, type C/1, rev. crowned shield (ESC

170), Proof struck in copper. Brilliant and rare.

type G/1, oby. top laurel leaf to upright of E, --K on trun- cation (ESC 175), struck in copper. Obverse die somewhat rusty, but mint state and extremely rare.

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type J/1. obv. top laurel leaf points to D, --:K on trunca- tion (ESC 178a), Proof struck in copper. Extremely fine and extremely rare.

Bank Dollar, type I/3, Garter type, dated 1804, rev. shield within Garter, crowned (ESC 182). Brilliant proof in silver, rare.

another, but type J/3 (ESC 185). Brilliant proof in silver, very rare.

type K/2, oby. laureate head left, rev. Britannia type, dated 1804 (ESC 193), Proof in copper. Mint state, very rare.

‘.” Believed to be ex Lingford Collection (lot 673).

oby. laureate bust right, rev. Britannia left, BANK OF ENG- LAND TOKEN around, FIVE SHILLINGS & SIXPENCE 1811 below, type C/4 (ESC 194), Proof struck in silver. Nearly mint State and extremely rare.

another, similar type but struck in copper (ESC 195). Bril- liant proof and very rare.

type K/4, with oby. bust left (ESC 199). Brilliant proof struck in copper, rare.

type K/5aA, obv. similar type to last with laureat head left, rev. BANK TOKEN 5S. 6D. 1811 within wreath (ESC 205). A brilliant proof in beautiful condition, struck in silver with perfect frosting both sides, and contained in original tin; very rare.

a similar coin, struck in copper (ESC 206). Proof in mint state, scarce.

Bank of Ireland token, dated 1804, oby. laureate bust right, rev. Britannia left, BANK OF IRELAND TOKEN 1804 six SHILLINGS (Davis 76). Brilliant proof in silver, rare.

a similar coin but a Proof in copper-gilt (Davis 81 var.). Brilliant proof and very rare.

£90.00

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£190.00

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Lor 59*

60*

62*

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

8

George IV, undated Pattern Crown or medal, struck in white metal, oby. laureate head left, rev. shield within Garter, crowned, between supporters, M below Arms. Extremely fine and rare.

‘.” Similar to Lingford lot 531. —— Pattern by W. Wyon, dated 1828, obv. large head of King left, uncrowned, no initials on truncation, rev. type as for 1826, edge OcTAvo, two arrows and rosette dividing words,

struck in copper (ESC 265). Extremely fine and apparently unique.

’.” Ex Bergne, Marshall, Brice, Montagu, Murdoch and Noble- man Collections.

Victoria, 1847, young head type, edge reads us for DECUS and omits edge year (apparently unpublished). Very fine.

'.” Ex Whetmore Collection.

George V, 1935, Proof with raised edge lettering, but reads in error DECUS ANNO REGNI ET TUTAMEN XXv (ESC 380 (RS) ). Brilliant and extremely rare.

—— 1935, regular type with incuse edge, but error reading MEN ANNO REGNI Xxv (ESC 375A (R6)). Extremely fine and ex- tremely rare.

George VI, 1951, Festival of Britain type, edge plain. About mint state and very rare.

A Fine Collection of the Crowns of George V

(including some Proofs and early strikings)

1927, Proof, as issued in the sets. Mint state. 1927, another, similar. Toned proof in mint state. 1927, another. Proof in mint state.

1928. Virtually mint condition.

1928, another. Similar condition.

1929. Brilliant, proof-like early striking, rare.

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86

87

88

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1929.

1930.

1930: 1931. FOSK, 1982. 1932, 1932, 1932.

1933:

1953:

1933

1934.

1934.

1934.

1935

1935

Virtually mint condition, scarce.

In mint state with some mint lustre, probably an early striking, scarce.

Extremely fine, scarce.

Extremely fine, scarce.

another. Mint state, scarce.

Brilliant proof, mint state and very rare. Proof-like early striking, mint state, very rare. Mint state and scarce.

Extremely fine and scarce.

Proof-like early striking, mint state. Mint state.

, another. Virtually mint state.

Brilliant proof, very rare.

Proof-like early striking, very rare. Mint state and rare.

, Proof with raised lettering on edge. Brilliant mint state, rare.

, another, similar. Brilliant proof, mint state.

1935, Proof with similar raised lettering on edge, but error DECUS

ANNO REGNI ET TUTAMEN XXV. Brilliant proof and extremely rare.

1935, ordinary type, three specimens, two of the specimen variety

originally issued in a box. All extremely fine.

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Lor

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101

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105

106

107

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1936. Brilliant proof but very slightly rubbed, virtually mint and very rare.

1936. Extremely fine and rare.

Commonwealth, Crown, 1656/over 4 (ESC 9). Very fine.

William Tif, Crown, 1695, first bust, first harp, edge SEPTIMO (ESC 86). Very fine.

Anne, Crown, 1703, vico below first bust (ESC 99). Very fine.

George HI, Crown, 1746, old head, Lima below bust (ESC 125). Nearly extremely fine.

another. similar. Fine.

George Ili, Bank of England Dollar, 1804 (ESC 149). Extremely fine and scarce.

—— Crown, 1818, edge Lv. Mint condition. —— another. Extremely fine but cleaned. —— Crown, 1819, edge Lix. Extremely fine. —— another, similar. Almost mint state.

George IV, Crown, 1821, edge sEcUNDO. Brilliant.

Victoria, Crown, young head, 1844, edge stops cinquefoils. Nearly extremely fine.

—— another, 1845, edge stops cinquefoils. Very fine.

—— Crown, 1898, old head, edge Lx. Extremely fine and scarce.

—— Crown, 1898, edge Lx. Fine and rare.

William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1689, first busts, first shield, caul only frosted, with pearls (ESC 505). Very fine.

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108 —— another, second type shield on reverse, no frosting, with pearls (ESC 511). Good very fine.

109* William HT, Shilling, 1698, third bust variety, Proof with plain edge. Die flawed on the reverse, otherwise extremely fine and extremely rare.

110* another, 1699, fifth bust, Proof with plain edge. Extremely fine and extremely rare.

111* George IV, Proof Halfcrown, 1820. Brilliant and rare.

1i2* another, 1821. Brilliant proof, rare. 113. —— bronzed Proof Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing. Brilliant.

114* William IV, Proof Shilling, 1834, round top to 3 in date. Bril- liant and rare.

115 —— bronzed Proof Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing, 1831. Bri!- liant.

116* Victoria, Proof Florin, 1848, Godless type, edge plain. Brilliant but frosting somewhat rubbed, scarce.

117 —— Florin, 1849, Godless type, currency issue, and a mis-struck Halfcrown of Elizabeth II, dated 1964, struck somewhat off-centre and without collar, plain edge. Both extremely

fine.

118 —— Set of 1893 Proof silver coins, in black leather case, Crown to Threepence. Brilliant proofs.

119 George V, Specimen Proof set, 1927, in card case of issue, Crown to Threepence. Mint state.

120 Crowns, 1935 (2), specimens issued in a box: and Elizabeth II, Crown, 1960, New York Exhibition type, struck from polished dies. Ail extremely fine.

INTERVAL

Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely

£24.00

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£200.00

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£90.00

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£62.00

£18.00

£140.00

£78.00

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Lor

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126

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OTHER PROPERTIES GOLD COINS

Edward UI, Treaty Period, London Half-Noble, saltire before ED. Fine but creased.

Edward IV, Angel, m.m. halved rose and sun. Fine and rare. Henry VII, Angel, m.m. greyhound’s head. Fine and rare. Elizabeth I, Sovereign, m.m. tun (1592-95). Very fine and rare. James I, Quarter-Laurel, m.m. trefoil. Very fine.

Cromwell, Tanner’s copy of a Pattern Half-Broad, 1656, by Simon, reads HIB. PRO, edge plain. Obverse die shows some loss of definition and with die cracks both sides, extremely fine and extremely rare.

Charles II, Broad, 1662, by Simon. Very fine, rare.

—— Five-Guineas, 1670 (MCE 5). Very fine.

Five-Guineas, 1682 (MCE 25). Fine.

Five-Guineas, 1683 (MCE 27). Very fine.

—— Guinea, 1673, rounded truncation (MCE 69). Fine, weak in centre of reverse.

—— Guinea, 1676, elephant and castle below bust (MCE 75). Fine, rare.

—— Guinea, 1677, elephant and castle below bust (MCE 77). Finee, rare.

——— Guinea, 1678 (MCE 78). Fine, reverse better. —— Guinea, 1681 (MCE 84). Almost very fine.

——— Guinea, 1683, elephant and castle below bust (MCE 839). Fine, rare.

_— Half-Guinea, 1684 (MCE 114). Fine, scored on reverse.

Kor 138

139

140

141

142 143 144

145

146

147

148

149

150 151 152 153

154 155

156

13

James I, Five-Guineas, 1686 (MCE 116). Scratches in field on obverse, otherwise very fine.

—— Five-Guineas, 1688 (MCE 119). Almost very fine but has been sweated, tooled and cleaned.

—— Guinea, 1686 (MCE 125). Fine.

—— Guinea, 1686 (MCE 126). Almost very fine but hair weak and striking flaw on obverse.

—— Half-Guinea, 1686 (MCE 132). Almost very fine, scarce. William and Mary, Five-Guineas, 1693, plain. Very fine. Two-Guineas, 1694 (4 over 3). Extremely fine.

Half-Guinea, 1691, elephant and castle below busts. About fine, toned, rare.

William II, Five-Guineas, 1699, plain. Pin holes on edge have been plugged, otherwise almost very fine.

Five-Guineas, 1699, elephant and castle below bust. Plugged, fine, rare.

—— Two-Guineas, 1701. Very fine.

—— Guinea, 1701, second bust (MCE 186). Fine, light scratches on obverse.

Anne, Five-Guineas, 1706. Very fine. —— Gpinea, 1710 (MCE 222). Very fine. -——— Guinea, 1711. fine.

——— Guinea, 1713. Fine.

George II, Five-Guineas, 1746, Lima. Nearly extremely fine.

—— Pattern Two-Guineas, 1733, young head, plain edge. Bril- liant, very rare.

Half-Guinea, 1756. Nearly extremely fine.

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£500.00 £78.00 £46.00 £42.00

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£1,050.00

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Lor LS7

158

159

160 161

162

163

164

165

166

167 168

169

170

171

172

173

14

George III, Guineas, 1775, 1787, 1788, 1789, 1790, 1791, 1794 (3). Very fine or better.

-—— Proof Guinea and Half-Guinea, 1787, by L. Pingo, edges plain. Brilliant and very rare.

—— Pattern Two-Pounds, 1820, inscribed edge. Brilliant and very rare.

—— Guinea, 1772 (MCE 377). Extremely fine. —— Guinea, 1773 (MCE 378). Extremely fine.

Guineas, 1787 (MCE 391), 1798 (2) (MCE 402). Very fine and better.

Guineas, 1793 (MCE 397), 1798 (MCE 402). Extremely fine.

—— Guinea, 1813, military type (MCE 404). Extremely fine. Half-Guineas, 1788 (MCE 428), 1790 (MCE 430) (ex- tremely fine), 1797 (MCE 436) (fine), 1804 (MCE 442).

Except as stated, very fine.

—— Third-Guineas, 1808 (MCE 458), 1809 (MCE 459), 1810 (MCE 460). Very fine to extremely fine.

Half-Sovereigns, 1820 (5). Very fine or better. —— A similar lot, but only four pieces. Very fine or better.

George IV, Proof Sovereign, 1821, milled edge. Brilliant and rare.

—— Proof Five-Pounds, 1826, from the set. Polishing marks in field, otherwise extremely fine and rare.

___— Barton’s metal, obverse and reverse striking of the 1825 Pattern Crown. Brilliant and extremely rare.

—— Sovereign, 1825. Fine.

William IV, Sovereign, 1832. Very fine.

Lor 174

176

M77

178

179

180

181

182

183

184

185

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Victoria, Proof set of 1893 coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; silver Crown to Threepence, in fitted leather case. Brilliant, silver nicely toned.

—— Proof Two-Pounds, 1893. Small edge knock, brilliant.

Proof Sovereign, 1839. Minor hairlines, rev. edge knock at 3 o'clock, otherwise brilliant.

Sovereigns, 1842, 1845, 1846 (3), 1847 (2). Fine —— Sovereigns, 1851, 1852 (5), 1853. Mostly very fine. —— Sovereigns, 1853 (4), 1854, 1855 (2). Mostly very fine.

Sovereigns, 1855, 1856 (2), 1860 (2), 1861, 1863, no die number. Last very fine, others fine or better.

Sovereigns, 1863, no die number (2), 1869 (3), die numbers 16, 17 and 27, 1870, die 89, 1871, die 2. Mostly very fine.

—— Sovereigns, 1871, die 28; 1872 (4), dies 3, 69, 72, and no die number; 1872, St. George rev.; 1877S, shield rev. Mostly very fine.

—— Sovereigns, shield rev., 1877S, 1879S, 1881S, 1882S, 1884 M, 1884S; St. George rev., 1881S. The last fine, re- mainder very fine or better.

—— Sovereigns, shield rev., 1884M, 1885 M (3), 1886S; Jubilee head, 1887, 1889S, 1892. Very fine, later issues extremely

fine.

—— Proof Half-Sovereign, 1839. Minor hairlines, brilliant.

Edward VII, Sovereign, 1902 (3), Half-Sovereign, 1902 (3). Matt proofs, extremely fine or better.

A similar lot. Matt proofs, extremely fine or better.

Sovereigns, 1902M, extremely fine, 1904M, fine; Half- Sovereigns, 1902, fine, 1902 matt proofs (3), extremely fine or better.

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George V, Sovereigns, 1912, 1913, very fine, 1916, extremely fine, scarce; Half-Sovereign, 1912, fine.

—— Sovereigns, 1915S, 1916. Extremely fine, latter scarce.

Sovereigns, Perth mint, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1928. Very fine or better.

A similar lot. Very fine or better.

Sovereigns, Perth mint, 1927, 1928 (2). Very fine or better. Sovereigns, 1930M, 1931M. Almost extremely fine, rare. —— A similar lot. Almost extremely fine, rare.

—— Sovereign, 1931M. Very fine, rare.

George VI, Proof Half-Sovereign, 1937. Slight toning spots, otherwise brilliant.

Elizabeth II, Sovereigns, 1959 (6). Mint state.

—— Sovereigns, 1959 (5). Mint state.

MILLED SILVER COINS

AR Charles II, Crowns, 1662 (2), first bust, no rose, edge dated (ESC 18); 1663, cloak frosted and with extra curl below (ESC 27). Fair to fine, rare.

AR —— Crown, 1666, elephant below bust (ESC 33). Fair, rare.

AR Crown, 1666, elephant below bust, reads RE.x (ESC 34). Fair but very rare.

A —— Crowns, 1668/7 (ESC 37), only good but rare; 1670/69 (ESC 41), overdate weak, but fine, flan split on obv. at 12 o'clock.

A —— Crown, 1676 (ESC 51). Very fine, toned.

AR Crowns, 1678/7 (ESC 55), 1682/1 (ESC 654); Fair to

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AR —— Crowns, 1684 (2) (ESC 67). One almost very fine, the other only good, rare.

AR —— Halfcrowns, 1670 (3) (ESC 467), 1671 (ESC 468), 1679 (ESC 481), good to fine, the 1671 better; Sixpence, 1684. very fine, but flan spread on rey.

AR William and Mary, Crown, 1691 (ESC 82). Fine, reverse better.

AR —— Halfcrowns, 1689 (4), first shield (2), caul and interior frosted, no pearls (ESC 504), initials on rev., and one with pearls, reads FRA (ESC 507s), almost very fine and rare; second shield (2), caul and interior frosted, pearls (ESC 508), and no frosting or pearls (ESC 512); Sixpence, 1693. very fine. Except as stated, good to fine.

A William III, Crown, 1696, first bust (ESC 89). Very fine or better.

AR —— Halfcrowns, 1698 pecimmo (3) (ESC 554); Sixpence, 1696, early harp (ESC 1533). Very fine to extremely fine.

AR Anne, Crown, 1703, vico (ESC 99). Almost very fine, but scratched across bust.

AR —— Crowns, 1707E (2) (ESC 103). Very fine and good.

Halfcrowns, 1703 vico (ESC 569), very fine, toned, but some marks on neck; 1707, roses and plumes (ESC 573), 1713, plain (ESC 583), fair to fine.

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Shillings, 1711, fourth bust (ESC 1158), 1712 (2), these mostly fine; Sixpences, 1703 vico (2) (ESC 1582), 1708, plumes (ESC 1594), very fine or better, last rare.

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A George I, Crown, 1716 (ESC 110). Almost very fine.

A Crown, 1720/18 (ESC 113). Almost very fine, overdate feint, slightly scored in centre of rev.

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Crown, 1723 SSC (ESC 114). Almost very fine, minor adjustment marks below bust.

Crown, 1723 SSC (ESC 114). Fine or better.

—— Halfcrown, 1717 (ESC 589); Shillings, 1720 (ESC 1169), 1723 SSC (2), first and second busts (ESC 1176, 1178), 1725 roses and plumes (ESC 1183). Fine or very fine.

George II, Crown, 1741 (ESC 123). Very fine. —— Crown, 1746 Lima (ESC 125). Very fine.

Halfcrowns, 1731, roses and plumes (ESC 595), 1739 (ESC 600), 1745 Lima (ESC 605), 1746 Lima (2) (ESC 606). Second very fine, others fine or better.

—— Shillings, 1741 (ESC 1202), 1743 (ESC 1203), this almost extremely fine, 1745 LIMA (ESC 1205), 1758 (2), these extremely fine or better; Sixpences, 1732 (ESC 1608). fine, 1743 (ESC 1614), 1757 (ESC 1622), both extremely fine. First and third almost very fine.

George III, Bank of England Dollars, 1804 (3) (ESC 144), fine; Bank Tokens, Three-Shillings, 1811 (4) (ESC 408 (2), 410, 411), 1815 (ESC 423); One-Shilling-and-Sixpence, 1811 (ESC 969). Unless stated, mostly very fine and better, some rare.

Bank Token for Five-Shillings-and-Sixpence, 1811, struck in copper (ESC 206). Almost extremely fine, scarce.

—= Crowns, 1818, LVI LIX @) Exiremely jime.

Crowns, 1819 LIX (3). Extremely fine.

Crowns, 1819 LIX, no edge stops (3) (ESC 215a). Very fine to extremely fine, scarce.

—— Crowns, 1819 LX (3), one with no stop after TUTAMEN (ESC 216a). This very fine, others extremely fine.

—— Crowns, 1819 LIX, 1820 LX. First good extremely fine, last almost extremely fine.

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AR Halfcrowns, 1817, bull head, 1819 (2); Shilling, 1819; Sixpences, 1816 (2), 1817, 1819. The sixpences extremely fine or better, remainder mostly very fine.

A Shilling, 1763, Northumberland. Almost extremely fine, toned.

AR Shilling, 1787, no hearts or stops at date (ESC 1222), virtually mint state, rare; Sixpences, 1787, hearts, very fine and extremely fine.

AR George IV, Crown, 1821. Extremely fine.

AR —— Crown, 1822 TERTIO. Extremely fine.

AR —— Crowns, 1821, 1822 TERTIO. Very fine or better.

AR Halfcrown, 1820; Shillings, 1824, 1825, lion rev., 1826; Sixpences, 1821 (2), 1824 (2), 1825. Very fine and ex- tremely fine.

AR —— Sixpences, 1821 (2), one reading BBITANNIAR on oby. (ESC 1656), this very fine and very rare, 1828, very fine, scarce. Except as stated, extremely fine.

AR William IV, Halfcrown, 1834, WW in capitals (ESC 660). Extremely fine but rev. dulled, very rare.

AR Halfcrowns, 1834 (2), both WW in script (ESC 662), almost extremely fine and very fine, 1836, very fine; Six- pences, 1831, 1835; Britannia Groats, 1836 (3). Except as stated, very fine or better.

AR Victoria, Crowns, young head, 1844, 1845 (2), 1847. About very fine.

AR —— Crowns, 1845 (2). Almost extremely fine.

AR —— Crowns, 1845, almost extremely fine, toned, 1847, Gothic type, better than fine, toned.

A —— Crown, 1847, Gothic type. Very fine, slight edge bruise

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Crowns, 1887 (4), 1888. The last almost extremely fine, remainder extremely fine or better.

Crowns, 1887 (3), 1888, 1889. The 1888 extremely fine, remainder very fine or better.

Crowns, 1893 LVI, 1896 LX, 1898 LXII, 1900 LXIV. Mostly extremely fine.

Crowns, 1893 LVI, 1896 LX, 1898 LXII. Almost ex- tremely fine.

Double-Florins, 1887, Roman I (3), Arabic 1 (3). Ex- tremely fine.

Double-Florins, 1887, Arabic 1 (3), 1888. Extremely fine, some surface abrasions.

Proof Double-Florin, 1887, Arabic 1. Brilliant, slightly toned.

Proof Double-Florins, 1887, Arabic 1 (2). Minor hair- lines, toned, virtually brilliant.

Halfcrown, 1839, proof from the set. Brilliant, toned. Halfcrowns, 1842, 1846, 1874. Very fine and better.

Halfcrowns, 1874, 1881, 1885, 1887 Jubilee