Milled coins are those that have been produced using a mechanical press, or mill. The earliest British coins made by this method were the milled shillings et infra of Elizabeth I produced by the Frenchman Eloye Mestrelle from 1560 onwards. There were further experiments with milled coinage during the reign of Charles I by Nicholas Briot and later by Pierre Blondeau during the Commonwealth period in 1651. The coins depicting Cromwell were also struck by this method, but it wasn't until 1662 that they finally ceased to make hammered coins. All coins made since then have been struck using presses.
S3357, ESC 383 (42A). Charles II crown, 2nd bust. V. TERTIO edge. T/R in ET, the error clear. Toned with even wear. Grade: Fine/gFine
S3358, ESC 392(47B). Charles II crown, 3rd bust. V. QVINTO edge with I over O in VICESIMO. Toned with more wear to the obverse, the reverse considerably better. Die break...
S3393, P510 variety. Charles II halfpenny with A/R in CAROLVS. Unrecorded & the overstrike clear. Rare, the only example I have seen. Grade: aVF
S3449, P-. Charles II tin halfpenny. The edge reading of NVMMORVM[ ]+FAMVLVS.1691++ not recorded by Peck and presumably rarer than usual for what is a scarce issue. Strictly only fair,...
S3436, ESC 859 (521B). William & Mary 1693/inv3 2nd bust halfcrown. Toned with even wear. It appears that the engraver started F of FR using an E punch, before completing...
S3472, ESC 1004 (94). William III 1696 3rd bust crown with OCTAVO edge. General wear and a small flan flaw at 11 o'clock Grade: About fine
S3554, P650*. William II halfpenny. No stop after TERTIVS. Even wear with the feature clear as there is nowhere to put the stop. There is a trace of a stop...
S3511, ESC 1132 (1108). William 3rd shilling, 3rd bust variety. Adjustment marks to both sides, the reverse attractively toned. Ex- St. James's 2 lot 243. Grade: EF
S3556, P-. 1699 third issue halfpenny with the final A in BRITANNIA unbarred. Not listed in Peck. ex Peter Lawrence and Basil Nicholson 118, collection sold by ColinCooke in 2004...
S3556, P- (697 variety). 1700 Halfpenny, Stop before and after TERTIVS, unbarred A's in BRITANNIA. Worn, but clear. Unrecorded. Grade: Fair
S3610, ESC 1402 (1154). 1709 3rd bust shilling with large 9 in date. This appears to be composed of a 0 with an added tail. Toned and attractive. There are...
S3659, P774. 1718 halfpenny with even wear and a presentable example of this, the scarcer date for the issue. Grade: gFine
S3660, P793. 1719 second issue obverse 2 halfpenny with plain shoulder straps as seen. A pleasing example of this scarce coin. Grade: nVF
S3717.P-, or possibly P846 1734 halfpenny the last digit of which is over a 3. It is difficult to determine whether the thick upright is part of the 4 or...
S3717, P869 or unrecorded. 1739 halfpenny with no apparent stops to either side, however, it is possible that this is due to blocked dies. Slightly claggy, but with decent detail....
S.3689, ESC 1668 (125). George II old head crown dated 1746, LIMA below, D.Nono edge. Minimal wear with antique toning. A most attractive Extremely Fine.
S3704, ESC 1731 (-). 1750 shilling with a thin 0 in date, this over a 7. Unrecorded until the latest edition of ESC. Light wear, the reverse better and a...
S3753, ESC 2254 (2033). 1762 threepence, nicely toned with minimal wear and attractive. Grade: aEF
S3774, P896 var. Toned with only a trace of wear to the high points. A flaw by the eye and weakness through the laurel leaves, both not fully struck up....
S3775, P913. 1773 obverse 2 farthing struck on a spread flan. The weight at 5.02g is slightly on the heavy side. Grade: VF
S3744, ESC 2133 (1218). 1787 shilling with No Hearts and No Stop at Head. Light wear from ciculation and attractively toned. Grade: gVF
S3776, P1077. 1797 'Cartwheel' twopence struck at the Soho Mint. Toned and a nice example, devoid of the usual rim knocks. Grade: VF
S.3777, P.1132. George III 1797 copper penny. Slightly rough surfaces, but good detail. Grade: Nearly very fine
S3778, P1248. 1799 Soho halfpenny with 5 gunports. Minimal wear with a few spots. Grade: gEF
S3778, P1248. A 1799 Soho halfpenny with 5 gunports as seen. Struck from dies having some prooflike qualities with raised polishing lines to both sides. Well above average fields and...
S3764, ESC 2239 (2421). A reasonably matched and toned 1800 Maundy set (1d-4d) with light friction to the high points and not unattractive. Grade: gVF-EF
S3782, P1397. Second issue farthing with obverse 2. Toned with minimal wear to the high points. Grade: EF
Davis 47. 1811 Bristol Quay shilling token. obv. VALUE ONE SHILLING FOR THE ARMY &c, three masted sailing ship left, rev. No.37 QUAY BRISTOL, PAYABLE AT GOVERNMENT STORES R TRIPP...
Davis 43. Obv. Bridge over river, BRISTOL & WILTSHIRE TOKEN 1811, rev. PAYABLE BY NIBLOCK & LATHAM AT THEIR WAREHOUSE BRIDGE St & TROWBRIDGE Prooflike fields with light wear to...
Davis 45. Obv. Arms of Bristol, supporters, LET TRADE FLOURISH, dated 6th Sept 1811, rev. 12 PENCE in wreath of oak, SOMERSETSHIRE, WILTSHIRE etc Light wear to the high points,...
Davis 59. Obv. Bridge over river, BRISTOL & WILTSHIRE TOKEN 1811, rev. 6 PENCE within Radiant star, PAYABLE BY NIBLOCK & LATHAM AT THEIR WAREHOUSE BRIDGE ST & TROWBRIDGE Toned....
Davis 30. obv. Coat of arms with crowned owl supporters, crest and two maces in saltire. rev. ONE SHILLING SILVER TOKEN PAYABLE AT THE LEEDS WORKHOUSE 1812. Light wear, toned,...
Davis 29. obv. JOHN SMALPAGE & S.LUMB LEEDS, arms between palm and olive branches, crest above, rev. ONE SHILLING TOKEN 1812, Female sat on a bale with scales and a...
S3770, ESC 2084 (423). A pleasing coin with old toning and just a hint of friction to a couple high points. Currently slabbed PCGS MS63. Grade: gEF
S3789, ESC 2096, (618), D60. Attractively toned with light wear from circulation. Grade: nEF
S3790, ESC 2157 (1236), D90. An 1820 New Coinage shilling, lightly toned with a little wear and underlying brilliance. Quite attractive. Grade: gVF
S3822, P1411. An attractive 1822 farthing with 3 incuse leaf veins. Struck from a very worn obverse die with few serifs intact on the legend. Mostly toned with traces of...
S3817, Davies 284, ESC 2450 (2430). George IV 1826 Maundy fourpence. General even wear. Grade: Fine
S3826, P1450. 1830 Half farthing. Light wear to the high points of both sides. Very scarce. Grade: EF/aEF
S3839, Davies 410, ESC 2539 (2250). William IV 1834 threehalfpence. Light friction with toning. Grade: Good very fine
William IV 1837 half-farthing. S.3849, P.1476. The obverse with blotchy toning and a little edgy, but rare in any grade. Books in the current Spink at £225 in VF. Grade:...
S3949, P1524. 1841 halfpenny with a trace of wear and a few small surface marks. Better than EF and attractive. Grade: EF+
S3948, P1484. Victoria 1841 copper penny with no Colon after REG. A slight trace of friction only and considerable lustre. Grade: gEF
S3948, P1484. Victoria 1841 copper penny with no colon after REG. Light friction only, struck from a flawed and worn obverse die. Detached shamrock to the reverse. Grade: EF
S3951, P1593. 1843 half farthing with some wear to the obverse, the reverse better (as always?). Lightly toned and not unattractive. Grade: aEF/EF
S3952, P1606. A copper third farthing with light wear to the high points. Small G in REG. Scarce one year issue. Grade: EF
S3904, ESC 2992 (1293), D860. 1846 shilling, lightly toned. Grade: Uncirculated
S3882, ESC 2567 (286), D435. 1847 young head crown, toned with light even wear. Scarcer date. Grade: VF