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...
S3367, ESC 493 (489). Charles II halfcrown, 4th bust, T. QVARTO edge. General wear. Grade: Fair/nFine
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...
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
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...
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
S3744, ESC 2133 (1218). 1787 shilling with No Hearts and No Stop at Head. Light wear from ciculation and attractively toned. Grade: gVF
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
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
S3788, ESC 2090 (616), D51. Large Head halfcrown, made into jewellery with a suspension loop. Grade: Fair
S3789, ESC 2096, (618), D60. Attractively toned with light wear from circulation. Grade: nEF
S3789, ESC 2099, (621), D61. Small head halfcrown with general wear from circulation. A pleasing type example. Grade: gFine
S3790, ESC 2157 (1236), D90. An 1820 New Coinage shilling, lightly toned with a little wear and underlying brilliance. Quite attractive. Grade: gVF
S3817, Davies 284, ESC 2450 (2430). George IV 1826 Maundy fourpence. General even wear. Grade: Fine
S3839, Davies 410, ESC 2539 (2250). William IV 1834 threehalfpence. Light friction with toning. Grade: Good very fine
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
S3913, ESC 3351 (1952), D1229. Practically as struck with a hint of toning. Grade: gEF
S3904, ESC 3015 (1307), D879. 1859 shilling with general wear, the reverse better. Grade: gFine/VF
S3905, ESC 3025 (1313), D888. 1865 shilling, die no. 68. Toned, more so on the reversewith a trace of friction to both sides. Grade: EF
S3906A, ESC 3039 (1321), D899. 1871 shilling, die no. 9. Light tone to the reverse with a little friction to both sides. Grade: nEF
S3906A, ESC 3049 (1330), D907. 1878 3rd head shilling, die no. 42. Dipped, with a couple of light marks and 2 obverse spots but scarce. Grade: aEF
S3907A, ESC 3051 (-), D908. 1878 4th head shilling, die no. 16 with light wear. Scarce. Grade: EF
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
S3907, ESC 3072 (1342), D920. 1883 4th head shilling with minimal wear, the reverse with considerable underlying brilliance. Grade: gEF
S3912, ESC 3255 (1744), D-. Victoria 1883 sixpence, Davies dies 6+D with narrow reverse legend and date covers 10 teeth. Attractively toned with minimal wear. There is a small reverse...
S3907, ESC 3074 (1343), D921. 1884 shilling with a few obverse marks, but little wear and the reverse better. Grade: EF/EF+
S3907, ESC 3076 (1345), D923. 1885 shilling with light friction to the hair. Grade: EF
S3907, ESC 3076 (1345), D923. 1885 shilling with light friction. Grade: aEF
S3907, ESC 3078 (1347), D924. 1886 shilling with light even friction to both sides. Grade: aEF
S3924, ESC 2771 (719), D640. 1887 Jubilee Head halfcrown with general wear as seen. Davies variety 640(1A) with the lace open at the front. Grade: VF
S3928, ESC 3273 (1754A), D1152. 1887 withdrawn type sixpence with R/I in VICTORIA. Some wear with less to the reverse. Toned. Grade: VF/gVF
S3930, ESC 3359 (1956), D1236. 1888 Jubilee Head groat with minimal friction and a light tone. Grade: EF+
S3929, ESC 3277 (1756), D1162. 1888 Jubilee Head sixpence, prooflike with minimal friction. Attractively toned Grade: gEF
S3938, ESC 2783 (731), D670. A collectable 1897 veiled head halfcrown with only modest wear as seen. Grade: VF+
S3941, ESC 3290 (1767), D1185. 1897 Victoria old head sixpence with general wear as seen. Grade: gVF
S3940A, ESC 3164 (1368), D1023. 1899 old head shilling with dark toning and a trace of cabinet friction on the highest points. Nice. Grade: gEF
S3940A, ESC 3165 (1369), D1024. 1900 shilling with attractive light peripheral toning and some small bagmarks. Grade: gEF
S3941, ESC 3293 (1770), D1188. 1900 old head sixpence with trivial surface marks, light wear and nicely toned. Grade: EF
S.3985, ESC 3607 (2517), Davies 1610. A heavily toned set in an original dated box, this with some wear but fully functional. Grade: uncirculated.
S3984, ESC 3624 (2121, D1601. A 1908 3d with light wear. Grade: VF
S3982, ESC 3595 (1418), D1560. 1909 shilling with light wear to the obverse, the reverse better. Scarce date. Grade: VF+
S3982, ESC 3596 (1419), D1561. 1910 shilling with minimal wear. Grade: EF