S3353, ESC 347 (19). Charles II 1662 first bust variety crown, no rose below and edge undated. Scarce. Comes with an old ticket stating bought Baldwin 1932. ex DNW 158...
S3358, ESC 388 (45). Charles II 1672 third bust crown with V. QVARTO edge. Previously slabbed PCGS VF35 (insert not with coin). ex DNW 148, lot 816 (sold for £421.60...
S3359, ESC 405 (57). Charles II 1679 4th bust crown with T.PRIMO edge. 6 harp strings. General wear with some scratches below the bust. Grade: nFine/Fair
S3359, ESC 412 (60). Charles II 1680 fourth bust crown with T. SECVNDO edge. ex DNW 158, lot 287 (sold for £322.40 incl. prem.). Scarce. Toned. Grade: A decent gFine
S3470, ESC 995 (89). William III 1696 first bust crown with OCTAVO edge. Comes with an old ticket priced at £27. Moderate wear on a full flan and quite aesthetically...
S3470, ESC 996 (89A) [R3], William III 1696 first bust crown with no stops in the obverse legend and the G of GRA struck over a D. OCTAVO edge. Rare....
S3787, Davies 5, ESC 2010 (215). George III 1819 New Coinage crown with LIX edge. Modest wear, but a few minor rim marks. Grade: gVF
S3882, Davies 433, ESC 2564 (282). Victoria 1845 Young Head 5/- with smaller datal figures and cinquefoil stops on the edge. General even wear. Grade: aVF
S3921, Davies 480, ESC 2585 (296). Victoria 1887 Jubilee Head crown Wear to the higher points Grade: VF
S3921, Davies 480, ESC 2585 (296). Victoria 1887 Jubilee Head crown Light, even general wear Grade: gVF
S3921, Davies 483, ESC 2589 (299). Victoria 1889 Jubilee Head crown Light wear. Grade: gVF
S3921, Davies 483, ESC 2589 (299). Victoria 1889 Jubilee Head crown. Wear to the high points of both sides, the fields with underlying brilliance. Grade: VF
S3921, Davies 487, ESC 2592 (302). Victoria 1892 Jubilee Head crown. The last year of issue and scarce. General wear to the higher points Grade: aVF
S3937, Davies 522, ESC 2603 (313). Victoria 1897 veiled head crown with LXI edge. Moderate wear only to both sides. A decent VF Grade: VF
S4048, Davies 1650, ESC 3651 (375). George V Silver Jubilee commemoration crown. Barely detectable cabinet friction under magnification and an attractive dusky tone. Grade: gEF
S4048, Davies 1650, ESC 3651 (375). George V 1935 'Rocking Horse' crown, struck to commemorate the Silver Jubilee Toned with light wear to the high points. Grade: EF
S4078, Davies 2010, ESC 4020 (392). George VI 1937 first coinage crown. Some wear, the obverse lightly polished. Grade: gVF/EF
S4078, Davies 2010, ESC 4020 (392). George VI 1937 crown struck in 0.500 silver. Minimal wear. The obverse slightly better. Grade: EF+/EF
S4111, Davies 2020, ESC 393C. George VI 1951 Festival of Britain crown in more substantial red box with lid and COA as issued. Practically as struck. Grade: Unc
S4136, Davies 2281, ESC 4330 (393F). Elizabeth II 1953 Coronation crown. The I of GRATIA points to a space. Practically as struck with a couple of tiny bagmarks. Grade: Unc
S4136, Davies 2280, ESC 4330 (393F). Elizabeth II first issue Coronation crown with Davies obverse 1 (I of GRATIA to bead). Dull surfaces with a trace of friction to a couple points...
S4143, Davies 2290, ESC 4335 (393K). Elizabeth II 1960 crown. Slightly dulled. Grade: Unc
Spink LL4. Elizabeth II 1981 silver proof crown commemorating the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. Supplied in a plastic capsule and box. Practically as struck Grade: Unc
SCBC L2. Elizabeth II 1993 £5 commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Coronation. Practically as struck Grade: Unc
Spink L8. Elizabeth II 2000 £5 commemorating the 100th birthday of the Queen Mother. A trace of friction Grade: gEF
S2760, Cooper dies XVI/XXII. Charles I type 3b Tower Mint crown with i.m. Crown. Weight 29.84g. Rare. Toned, with a few stress marks. An unobtrusive trace of a previous mount...
S3045, N2531, Besly A1. Charles I Truro mint crown. King on horse with two sashes behind. Weight 28.82g. Toned with a patch of peripheral weakness as is often the case...
KM# 843.1. Gibraltar 1999 crown featuring Franklin D Roosevelt and a Zero fighter A light fingerprinnt to the obverse, o/w practically as struck. Grade: Unc