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.
S2595, N2026, BB 24-O1:24-R1. Elizabeth I 1562 milled 6d with no stops at date. Weight 2.90g. Ex Comber collection and comes with his ticket. General wear with traces of past...
S3367, ESC 475 (479). Charles II 1677 fourth bust halfcrown with V. NONO edge. Bright. Has been dipped, but not polished, with decent detail to both sides. The reverse better....
S-(3390), ESC -. Charles II 1679 penny with the 9 struck over a 7. Unrecorded in Spink and ESC, and probably more significant, not in Coincraft either. The top of...
S3446, ESC 873 (2385). William & Mary 1691 Maundy set, the 1d & 4d are 1691/0, the 3d with ties, the others without. Rare. Matching tone, with light wear to...
S3535, ESC 1293 (1561A). William III first bust 1697 sixpence struck at Norwich with the error legend reading GVLIEMVS (no second L). Extremely rare (R5 in ESC). Currently priced at...
S3558, P- (684var). William III 1699 second issue DIL farthing with the final A of BRITANNIA unbarred. Unlisted by Peck but listed in the Standard Catalogue. Presumably rare. Pitted surfaces, but...
S3556, P- (697 variety). William III 1/2d 1700 halfpenny, with a stop before and after TERTIVS and unbarred A's in BRITANNIA. Unrecorded. Worn, but the variety clear. Grade: Fair
S3618, ESC 1408 (1158). Anne 1711 4th bust shilling with plain angles. Toned with even wear. A flaw by the date. Grade: nVF *REDUCED*
S3638. George I 1718 quarter guinea. A single year type. Minimal wear to the high points of both sides, with multiple flaws, rust spots and die polishing lines. Considerably better...
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....
S3717, P840. George II 1731 young head halfpenny. Worn - a gap filler. Grade: Poor - Fair
S3707, ESC 1741 (1607). George II 1731 sixpence with roses & plumes in angles. General wear to both sides and darkly toned. Grade: Fine+
S3692, ESC 1675 (596). George II 1732 young head halfcrown with Roses & Plumes reverse, SEXTO edge and 10 harp strings. Comes with an old ticket dating from circa 1980....
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
S3701, ESC 1713 (1201). George II 1739 shilling with roses in angles. Even wear and a trace of deposits. Grade: aVF
S3715A, ESC 1827 (2339). George II 1743 penny. Although classified as Maundy money, they were in fact regular circulating coins. Light wear to the high points Grade: aEF
S3710A, ESC 1757 (1618). George II 1746 LIMA 6d. General even wear with obverse die flaws Grade: gFine
S3719, P881. George II 1751 old head halfpenny. Rough surfaces Grade: gFine
S3711, ESC 1762 (1622). George II 1757 old head sixpence. Toned. Grade: Fine
S3711, ESC 1762 (1622). George II 1757 old head sixpence. Lightly toning with even wear to both sides. Grade: gVF
S3715A, ESC 1840 (2350). George II 1758 penny. Toned, practically as struck. Choice. Grade: Unc
S3711, ESC 1763 (1623). George II 1758 old head sixpence. Attractively toned. Grade: nEF
S3763, ESC 2255 (2034). George III 1763 threepence Light wear to the high points and attractive old toning with reflective fields. Grade: aEF
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
S3775, P913. George III 1773 first issue farthing with obverse 2. Toned with light, even wear. Pleasing. Grade: VF+
S3775, P913. George III 1773 1st issue farthing with obverse 2. Light wear and quite pleasing. Grade: VF
S3746, ESC 2131 (1225A). George III 1787WH shilling, the 1 of the date struck over an inverted 1. Scarce. Even wear. Grade: nVF *REDUCED*
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...
D&H 17. Hull 1791 1/2d token with William III and date 1689 in Roman numerals and shield between wreath with 8 acorns (l) and 7 acorns (r). Even wear. Grade:...
D&H 390. Counterfeit 1792 Warwickshire 1/2d token - John Wilkinson Iron Master obverse and Forge reverse. Edge - PAYABLE IN ANGLESEY LONDON OR LIVERPOOL. Weight 10.46g. A few tiny obverse...
S3760. George III 1792 'Wire Money' penny. Light wear to the high points. Grade: VF+
D&H 15. A 1794 Chichester 1/2d token with Elizabeth I and Chichester Cross. The edge reading is Payable at Dallys Chichester. toned with general wear. Grade: gFine
S3777, P1122 (KP17). George III 1797 proof penny (late Soho) in bronzed copper with 11 leaves and 2 berries, ship with 6 gunports and ensign. Practically as struck with only the...
S3776, P1077. George III 1797 'Cartwheel' twopence, struck at the Soho mint. General wear, with reasonably mark-free rims. The reverse better. Grade: gFine
S3779, P1274. George III 1799 copper proof farthing. Ex Lockdales, October 2003. With ticket. Attractively toned, an old light hairline visible under magnification between the head and IUS, but otherwise...
S3778, P1248. George III third issue 1799 Soho 1/2d with 5 gunports. Practically as struck with a few spots. Grade: gEF
S3778, P1246. George III 1799 bronzed pattern halfpenny type KH24. Late Soho. Comes with incorrect NGC slab attribution label. A trace of friction to the highest points. Grade: gEF
S3758, ESC 2421. George III 1800 Maundy 2d. Toned with minimal wear to the obverse. The reverse practically as struck. Grade: EF/gEF
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...
S3780, P1343. George III 1806 fourth issue penny with no incuse curl by the tie knot. Scarce. Toned with minimal wear to the higher points and a couple light marks....
S3771, Davis 61, ESC 2112 (969). George III 1811 eighteen pence bank token with laureate and cuirassed bust. Some wear to the higher points. Dipped and a little bright in...
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...
S3772, ESC 2119 (976), Davis 65. George III 1813 second bust 1s6d bank token, slabbed CGS UNC80. Practically as struck. Grade: Unc
S3772, Davis 65, ESC 2119 (976). George III second issue1813 1s6d bank token Light friction to a few high points. Grade: gEF/EF+
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*
S3790, Davies 86, ESC 2152 (1235). George III 1819 'New Coinage' shilling. General wear and problem free. Grade: Fine+
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