S3662, P812. George I 1719 farthing with small obverse lettering and a small 9 in the date. Toned with wear to the high points. Struck from a flawed obverse die....
S3746, ESC 2129 (1225). George III 1787 shilling with semee of hearts in the Hanoverian arms. Toned with wear to the high points. Struck from old dies with flaws both...
S3778, P1248. George III third issue 1799 Soho 1/2d with 5 gunports. Practically as struck with a few spots. Grade: gEF
S6622, DF 602. 1806 Irish farthing. Light wear to the high points. Toned. Grade: gVF
S3788, Davies 51, ESC 2090 (616). George III 1817 first issue halfcrown with the large head. A little wear to the high points and a grey/green tone. Grade: EF+ *REDUCED*
S3837, Davies 380, ESC 2515 (1918). William IV 1836 4d. The first year of issue. Light friction to the high points. Grade: aEF
S3837, D384, ESC 2520 (1922). William IV 1837 groat, obverse 2 with 'more wiry hair' and wider colons after D and G. 1837 is considerably scarcer than 1836. Minimal friction...
S3913, Davies 1229, ESC 3351 (1952). Victoria 1854 YH groat. Some wear, the obverse weaker as is normal for this issue. Grade: aVF/gVF
S3958, P1858, F499. Victoria 1860 toothed border farthing. A hint of wear to both sides. Toned with some lustre and struck from a flawed obverse die. Grade: gEF
S3956, F282. Victoria 1861 halfpenny with Freeman dies 7+G. Toned with minimal wear. Grade: gEF
S3956, F292. Victoria 1863 bronze 1/2d with tall 3 in date. Unevenly toned on the obverse with residual lustre on the reverse and a bare hint of cabinet friction. Grade: gEF
S3906A, ESC 3039 (1321), D899. Victoria 1871 shilling, die no. 9. Light tone to the reverse with a little friction to both sides. Grade: nEF
S3956, F310. Victoria 1873 halfpenny with Freeman dies 7+G. Scarce. Unevenly toned and lamination to the reverse. Grade: EF
S3956, F330. Victoria 1877 bronze halfpenny with Freeman dies 13+J (R14) - the rarest of the three die pairs for this date. Toned with minimal wear. Grade: EF
S3958, F536, P1896. Victoria 1878 Bun Head farthing with light friction to the high points. Toned. Grade: nEF
S3912, Davies 1099, ESC 3251 (1740). Victoria 1881 third head sixpence. Scarce. Dipped with a few contact marks but only light wear and good detail. Grade: gVF
S3985, ESC 3538 (2496), D1444. 1882 Maundy Set. Evenly toned and practically as struck with just a bare trace of friction to some high points. Scarce date. Grade: gEF
S3912, ESC 3255 (1744), D- (6+D). Victoria 1883 6d with the die pair unknown to Davies for this year, though is now recorded in Spink as small reverse legend (EF-150, Unc-400). The cross on...
S3912, Davies 1103, ESC 3257 (1745). Victoria 1884 third head 6d. A small flaw in front of the neck, o/w minimal wear. Grade: EF+
S3907, ESC 3076 (1345), D923. Victoria 1885 shilling. Light friction to the hair. Grade: EF
S3956, F358, P1843. Victoria 1887 bronze halfpenny. Toned with residual lustre. Grade: Unc
S3956, F360, P1845. Victoria 1889 bronze halfpenny. Virtually full lustre, lightly toning in parts. A couple of tiny bagmarks to the bust. Grade: Unc
S3956, F362. Victoria 1890 halfpenny. Lightly toned with underlying brilliance in the fields and a bare hint of cabinet friction to a couple leaves. Grade: gEF/Unc
S3956, F358, P1852. Victoria 1893 halfpenny. Virtually full lustre, lightly toning with no wear. A couple of minor marks to the obverse do not significantly detract. Grade: Unc
S3961, F143, P1942. Victoria 1896 veiled head penny. A trace of cabinet friction only. Toning in places. Grade: gEF
S3941, ESC 3290 (1767), D1185. Victoria 1897 veiled head sixpence. General wear, the obverse weakly struck. Grade: gVF
S3941, ESC 3293 (1770), D1188. Victoria 1900 veiled head 6d. Toned with a couple contact marks to the cheek. Grade: EF+
British Silver Coins since 1816 by P J Davies (1982). 128pp. Hardback. A detailed reference for the period covered as it includes letter sizes and pointings and as such gives...
S3948, P1518. Victoria 1858OT penny with no. WW on the truncation. A trace of friction. Grade: gEF
S3956, Freeman 289. Victoria 1862 bronze halfpenny. Much lustre with some reverse toning. Grade: Uncirculated
S3717, Peck 852. George II 1738 halfpenny with the R of REX appearing to be over a rotated A. Toned with general wear. Grade: gFine
S3717, Peck 853. George II 1739 halfpenny. General wear. Grade: nVF
S3761, ESC 2421. George I 1800 old head Maundy penny, mistruck with ORGI in the obverse field and HI in the reverse field. Light friction to the highest points, the...
S3915, Davies 1383, ESC 3466 (2257). Victoria 1841 threehalfpence, issued for colonial use. Toned with only a trace of friction. Grade: gEF
S3948, P1517. Victoria 1858 copper penny with initials on the truncation. Minimal wear, toned with traces of lustre. Grade: EF+
S3948, P1509. Victoria 1855 penny with plain trident. Light wear. Grade: gVF
S3941, Davies 1187, ESC 3292 (1769). Victoria 1899 veiled head 6d. Toned with light even wear. Grade: VF+
S3775, P913. George III 1773 1st issue farthing with obverse 2. Light wear and quite pleasing. Grade: VF
S3715A, ESC 1840 (2350). George II 1758 penny. Toned, practically as struck. Choice. Grade: Unc
S3758, ESC 2421. George III 1800 Maundy 2d. Toned with minimal wear to the obverse. The reverse practically as struck. Grade: EF/gEF
S3962, F375. Victoria 1898 veiled head halfpenny slabbed by CGS as UNC 82. Some toning with underlying brilliance. A scarcer date in this grade. Grade: Unc
S3746, ESC 2131 (1225A). George III 1787WH shilling, the 1 of the date struck over an inverted 1. Scarce. Even wear. Grade: nVF *REDUCED*
A contemporary copy of an 1820 new coinage shilling, made in brass. Weight 5.37g. A little wear with plenty of residual silvering. Slightly porous surfaces. Grade: gVF or better
S3774, Peck 899. George III 1772 first issue copper 1/2d with no ball below the spearhead. Struck from old rusty and filled dies. Grade: nEF
S3950, P1575. Victoria 1853 farthing with WW in raised letters on the truncation. Light wear to the higher points. Grade: gVF
S3719, P881. George II 1751 old head halfpenny. Rough surfaces Grade: gFine
S3772, ESC 2119 (976), Davis 65. George III 1813 second bust 1s6d bank token, slabbed CGS UNC80. Practically as struck. Grade: Unc
S3958, F553. Victoria 1884 bun head farthing. Light wear and a reverse mark. Grade: aEF