S1430, N1020. Edward I cl.3e penny from York Royal mint. Weight 1.41g. Toned with underlying lustre and only light wear. Grade: gVF
S1428, N1037/1. Edward I cl.9b penny of Newcastle. Star on breast. Weight 1.40g. Toned, slightly weak from 6-9 o'clock and correspondingly so on the reverse. Grade: VF
S1415, N1079, Blunt IVb. Edward I penny of Berwick, struck from local dies. Lombardic n. Weight 1.34g. Darkly toned with a decent portrait. Grade: VF+
S1415, N1080, Blunt cl.IVc. Edward I penny of Berwick on Tweed struck from local dies. Roman N in DNS. Weight 1.20g. A decent portrait with some porosity and a small...
S1397, N1026. Edward I cl.4d penny of London with pellets before EDW and CIVI. Weight 1.10g. A full coin with slightly porous surfaces Grade: gFine/nVF
S3770, Davis 58, ESC 2083 (422). George III 1814 second head 3/- bank token. General wear and dipped. Grade: aVF
S3770, Davis 59, ESC 2084 (423). George III 1815 second head 3/- bank token. Better than VF with light wear, but an attempted piercing at the ear. Grade: VF+
S3949, P1539. Victoria 1853 copper halfpenny. Toned, struck from worn dies with a few tiny obverse spots. Grade: Unc
S3824, P1433. George IV 1826 second issue halfpenny with two lines on the saltire. Light friction to the high points. Grade: EF+
S3949, P1542. Victoria 1854 copper halfpenny with rev. B (dots on shield). Toned with some subdued original lustre. Grade: Unc
George V 1920 year set halfcrown down to farthing in a Sandhill case. All coins with wear, the farthing the highest grade. Grade: aFine - EF
S3068, N2566, Besly - (K20 variant). Charles I undated halfcrown with Briot horseman and an unrecorded reverse die. The die is similar to Besly rev. 20 but the garnishing now...
S3393, P-. Charles II 1675 over 3 halfpenny. Unrecorded by Peck, but several dies are known to exist. Rare. Weight 11.25g Relatively little wear, but a small edge knock. Nevertheless, bold...
S813A, N157, SL 11-140, SCBI 69-682 this coin. Secondary phase Ser. R9 base metal sceat with degenerate bust right and runic legend. Weight 0.98g. Ex- Lockdales 58, lot 616 and...
S790D; N45; SL 89-20. Continental phase ser.E variety G2 sceat with additional pellets compared to SCBI 69/209 or an additional cross if comparing with SCBI 69/211. Weight 0.86g. Obverse deposits, but...
S790B; N45; SL 95-10; SCBI 69 - 274 this coin. Continental phase series E, variety C sceat with quilled crescent and standard reverse. Ex Seaby Bulletin 8/1980 (E352); Stewartby (I)...
S792, N163, SL 8-10, SCBI 69-159 this coin. Continental issue series D, type 2c, variety 3a sceat. Weight 1.28g. Ex-Abramson collection (from Tim Webb Ware 1995). Includes envelope and two...
S779, N41, SL 4-48, SCBI 69-88a this coin. Primary phase Series C sceat with right facing head and APA before. Votifve standard reverse. Weight 1.22g. Rare. Ex-Abramson collection and comes...
KM#749.13. France, Louis Philippe I 1844W 5Fr struck at Lille. General wear with minor contact marks. Grade: gFine
S4048, Davies 1650, ESC 3651 (375). George V 1935 Silver Jubilee commemorative crown. Toned with light wear. Grade: gVF
S2867, Besly 3A. Charles I type 5 halfcrown with square topped shield reverse. Weight 13.98g. ex Spink 117, 19/11/1996 lot 357; Alan Morris, collection dispersed by Lloyd Bennett (this coin...
A medallion depicting Lincoln Cathedral, struck in sterling silver by Vaughton & Sons of Birmingham and hallmarked to 1897. Diameter 12.5mm, weight 2.52g. Toned with light wear. Grade: gVF
S3848, P1466. William IV 1831 copper farthing, Light wear to the high points Grade: EF
S4110, Davies 2223, ESC 4266 (1838F). George VI 1952 sixpence. The last year of the reign and scarce. Light general wear with a couple tiny contact marks to the cheek Grade:...
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
Australia 1993 1oz. fine silver Kangaroo issue. Supplied in a protective plastic capsule. Practically as struck. Grade: Unc
S3981, Davies 1530, ESC 3577 (919). Edward VII 1902 florin. Traces of cabinet friction, otherwise practically as struck. Grade: gEF
S3921, Davies 483, ESC 2589 (299). Victoria 1889 Jubilee Head crown Light wear. Grade: gVF
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
S3868C, DISH S-17, Marsh 144. Victoria 1893 Jubilee Head sovereign from the Sydney mint. Light friction to the high points and minor bagmarks as usual. Grade: gEF
S3980, Davies 1518, ESC 3576 (755). Edward VII 1910 halfcrown. Olive and gold toning with a bare trace of cabinet friction only. Attractive. Grade: gEF
S3845, P1459. William IV 1834 copper penny. Scarcer than the catalogue suggests. Toned with some wear and contact marks. The reverse with a long vertical flaw. Grade: VF+
S3845, P1455. William IV 1831 copper penny with plain truncation. Light wear to the high points and some small contact marks to the reverse Grade: aEF
S3937, Davies 532 (2+E), ESC 2608 (318). Victoria 1900 Veiled Head crown with LXIII edge. The obverse die with T of VICTORIA to space and longer teeth is much the...
S3948, P1506. Victoria 1854 plain trident copper penny. Toned with minimal wear to the obverse, a little more to the reverse. Grade: gEF/EF+
S3823, P1420. George IV 1825 second issue penny. Much rarer than the 1826. Light wear to the high points Grade: EF
S3921, Davies 485, ESC 2590 (300). Victoria 1890 Jubilee Head crown. Toned with only a trace of wear and a couple tiny bagmarks before the bust. Grade: gEF
S4038, Davies 1775, ESC 3789 (952). George V 1932 fourth coinage florin. The key date and difficult in high grade. Light wear. Grade: EF
S3938, Davies 660, ESC 2778 (726). Victoria 1893 Veiled Head halfcrown Practically as struck Grade: Unc
S3921, Davies 480, ESC 2585 (296). Victoria 1887 Jubilee Head crown Light, even general wear Grade: gVF
S1174, N817. Edward the Confessor Trefoil/Quadrilateral penny of Thetford, the moneyer is Leofwine. LEEOFPINE ON D.EO Weight 1.03g. A couple of peck marks, the reverse struck from a partially rusted...
S3960, P1934. Victoria 1881 third farthing, slabbed by NGC as MS65RB. Struck for use in Malta. Minimal toning, o/w as struck Grade: Unc
S3907, Davies 920, ESC 3072 (1342). Victoria 1883 fourth head shilling. Light wear and a metal inclusion (presumably copper) on the bottom of the bust. Grade: nEF
S4041, Davies 1895, ESC 3907 (1820). George V 1931 fourth coinage 6d with closer edge milling. Light friction only Grade: EF+
S3982, Davies 1555, ESC 3591 (1414). Edward VII 1905 shilling. The key date and rare. General wear to both sides. Grade: gFine
KM# 780. Sweden, Gustav V 1916 10 ore struck in 0.400 silver. Toned with light wear to the high points Grade: aEF
S3775, P913. George III 1773 first issue farthing with obverse 2. Toned with light, even wear. Pleasing. Grade: VF+
S4039, Davies 1840, ESC 3853 (1449). George V 1936 shilling A tiny mark in the reverse field Grade: gEF