D2078, ESC 4095 (964), S4081. 1944 florin with just a trace of friction to the orb on top of the crown and a couple bagmarks. Grade: gEF
The official silver medal struck to commemorate the coronation of George VI on 12th May 1937. A little friction to the highest points and attractively toned. Grade: nEF
A bronze medallion struck in conjunction with the British attempt to bring the Olympic Games to the UK in 1996. Brilliant, as struck. Grade: FDC
A Daily Dispatch Birthday Club Medal struck to commemorate the 1st(?) anniversary of the club's founding in 1935. Depicting King George V and Queen Mary on the obverse, the reverse...
Uniface NRA Rifle Clubs badge struck in bronze showing an archer from the period 1300-1500 and a rifleman from 1860. Date struck is unknown. With loop for suspension. Weight 12.62g....
Bronzed commemorative medal for the chemist A Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) by F Caque. Struck in 1821. Light wear to the highest points. Weight 36.20g. Grade: gVF
A glossary of paranumismatic terms. pp.12, softback. Printed by Galata (1977). A few trivial marks to the outer cover.
A Bury (Lancs) Co-Operative Society token to the value of one pint. a few trivial marks, but minimal wear. 29mm diameter. Weight 6.96g. Grade: nEF
F257A, S4157. Bronze proof penny from the 1970 set. Mottled toning. Grade: Unc
F222, P2402, S4114. 1938 bronze penny with most lustre, a couple of toning spots and a few tiny obverse marks. Grade: gEF
F195, P2265, S4054. A 1926 modified effigy penny with general wear, more to the reverse. Toned. Grade: Fine/Fair
St. James's sale no. 35, 9th February 2016. Ancient, English and Foreign Coins, Medals and Banknotes. 900 lots, most illustrated. Clean, as new.
KM 24 1873 5 Francs struck in 0.900 silver. Edge upright with portrait side down (position A). General even wear with a tiny obverse rim mark. Grade: Good Fine
KM 27 Practically as struck. Edge upright. Grade: Uncirculated
KM 150 A few bagmarks, toned. Grade: Nearly extremely fine
KM 150 The obverse toned. Light contact marks. Grade: Nearly extremely fine.
KM 110 New Orleans mint. Minor surface marks with light toning and minimal wear. Grade: Almost extremely fine
The Crown Pieces of Great Britain & the British Commonwealth of Nations 1551 - 1961 by Howard A Linecar, 2nd edition (1969). Softback, this protected by a plastic cover. 102pp...
KM45. 10th Anniversary of the investiture of Charles as Prince of Wales. Struck in 0.925 silver, in box of issue with COA. Practically as struck with a trace of light...
S4011, D1799, ESC 3715 (763). A first issue halfcrown with little wear and a few bagmarks. Grade: EF
S3767A, ESC 1891 (-). Octagonal countermarked Bolivian 4 Reales from Potosi. Worn with a rim mark at 8pm. Extremely rare in any grade. Grade: Fine
Henry III pennies from the Brussels hoard; An old collection of Angels, Half Angels and Quarter Angels; English Milled Gold and Silver Coins; An old collection of Farthings. 536 lots,...
KM 273. A complete run of 24 silver Eagles from 1986-2009. Each comes in a plastic capsule for protection and all are housed in a blue felt covered presentation case....
S4314. A silver proof two pounds struck in 1994 commemorating the Tercentenary of the Bank of England. A light trace of fingerprint on the obverse, otherwise brilliant and as struck....
S4317. Silver proof two pounds commemorating the 1996 European Footbal Championship. Practically as struck with a brilliant obverse and a matt reverse. Grade: UNC
KM 78.2 Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of Independence. $10 silver proof with COA in plastic case with box of issue. Light toning. Grade: Unc
S3952, P1606. A toned 1844 third farthing slabbed NGC MS62BN with minimal wear, largely to the reverse and evidence of die clash below the truncation. A popular single year issue....
S3893, ESC 2879 (841), D757. Toned with a little wear. Grade: nEF
S3891, ESC 2820 (806), D721. A few bagmarks as usual and only a hint of wear. Grade: gEF
Silver medal. 5th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Brilliant as struck. Grade: UNC
KM 184. Karlsruhe Mint (G). Silver Proof. Gottfried Herder 1744-1803. A hint of toning. Grade: UNC
KM 2896. A couple of tiny marks to the reverse. Grade: UNC
S4211. Brilliant. Issued at Winchester Cathedral. Grade: UNC
S4211. Brilliant. Issued at Peterborough Cathedral. Grade: UNC
S4131. Brilliant. Issued at Westminster Abbey. Grade: UNC
S2817, N2246. Group F, i.m. Triangle in Circle (over star reverse). A reasonably full flan, with a decent portrait. The small lump at the base of the rev. mark indicates...