S3949, P1539. Victoria 1853 copper halfpenny. Virtually full lustre, the date clumsily entered on the die and a mark to Britannia on the reverse. Grade: Unc/gEF
S2561, N1997, BCW PT-1A:PT-b1. Elizabeth I 1566 sixpence with mm. Portcullis. Weight 3.02g. A full round coin and toned. Grade: nVF
S2561, N1997, BCW PT-1A:PT-a. Elizabeth I 1566/5 sixpence with mm. Portcullis, the reverse over Rose. All known examples are from the single reverse die. Weight 2.67g. Rare. Slightly small with...
S2561, N1997, BCW RS-2C:RS-b. Elizabeth I 3rd issue sixpence with 6 over 5 in the date and mm. Rose. Weight 2.84g. Scarce. Some porosity, but a full flan and nicely...
S2555, N1985, BCW CC-3C:CC-b1. Elizabeth I 2nd issue shilling mm. Crosslet with bust 3A. This bust is rare in any grade. Weight 6.01g. Slight weakness to the portrait with peripheral...
S1398, N1027. Edward I class 4e penny struck at the London mint. Weight 1.26g. A small chip at 4-5 o'clock, the defining 3 pellets on the breast clear. Grade: gFine
S2561, BCW RS-2F : RS-b. Elizabeth I 1565 third issue sixpence with mm. Rose and bust 1F. The name reads ELZABETH. Weight 3.08g. A strong strike with excellent detail and...
S2555, BCW CC-3c : CC-c1. Elizabeth I second issue shilling with bust 3A, mm.Crosslet and the legend reading ELIZABETTH in error. Weight 5.15g. Bust 3A is rare in any grade,...
S3609A, ESC 1431 (1145B). Anne 1708E* Edinburgh bust variety 2 shilling, struck post-Union. Rare in any grade. Books in Spink at £525 Fine and £1600 VF. General wear, the relevant...
S3622, ESC 1468 (1593). Anne 1708E* 6d struck at the Edinburgh mint post-Union. Even wear to both sides Grade: Fine
S3612, ESC 1426 (1143). Anne 1708E third bust shilling struck at the Edinburgh mint. Evenly worn and a presentable example, but removed from a brooch. Grade: Fine
S3494, ESC 1044 (562). William III 1700 first bust halfcrown with DECIMO TERTIO edge. Toned with even wear and light haymarking. The reverse slightly better. Grade: VF
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 approx. 1981....
S1257. William I PAXS penny of Taunton. IELFPINE ON TAN. Weight 1.36g. Scarce. Darkly toned with some double striking to the portrait. Grade: VF+/gVF
S3394, P522. Charles II 1673 copper farthing. Slightly porous surfaces with a few marks Grade: gFine
S3780, P1343. George III 1806 fourth issue penny struck at the Soho mint. Scarce. Light wear with a few marks. Grade: gVF
S3926, Davies 981. Victoria 1887 JH shilling with Davies dies 1+B(short tail Q). Brilliant fields with some tiny marks. Grade: EF+
S3983, Davies 1578, ESC 3606 (1754). Edward VII 1910 sixpence, the last year of the reign. Minimal wear, the obverse lustrous. A few tiny marks to the neck. Grade: gEF
Spink BSF2. Elizabeth II 2002 1 oz of fine silver £2 Britannia. The lowest mintage year of the type by a wide margin. Practically as struck Grade: Unc
Guernsey 2003 £5 silver proof commemorating the Golden Jubilee with the queen's effigy highlighted in gold. Supplied in a plastic capsule. A hint of toning, practically as struck Grade: Unc
Spink LL4. Elizabeth II 1981 silver proof crown commemorating the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. Supplied in a plastic capsule and box. Practically as struck Grade: Unc
S3778, P1248. George III 1799 third issue halfpenny with 5 incuse gunports. Light friction with residual lustre. Grade: EF
KM# 565. Sweden, Charles IV 1807 1/2 skilling Problem free Grade: gFine
S4037, Davies 1706, ESC 3739 (779). George V 1930 fourth issue halfcrown. The key date for the issue and scarce. Problem free with general wear to both sides Grade: gFine/nVF
S3789, Davies 61, ESC 2099 (621). George III 1818 small head halfcrown. The scarcest date for the issue. Much wear to both sides Grade: aFine
S3809, Davies 191, ESC 2371 (642). George IV 1825 third issue halfcrown. Toned with even wear to both sides. Grade: VF+
A bronze advertising medallion with details of 2 exhibitors - R & A Main of Falkirk and Thomas Glover & Co of Edmonton. 30mm diameter, weight 13.53g Light wear to...
A medal from 1855 depicting Napoleon III & Empress Eugenie and the Palais de L'Industrie North Pavillion, struck in zinc. Diameter 50mm, weight 56g. A few small rim bumps and...
S7225, KM# 16. Guernsey 1956 proof 8 doubles The reverse with a hint of toning, otherwise brilliant and practically as struck Grade: Unc
S7218, KM# 14. Guernsey 1949 8 doubles struck at the Heaton mint. Most original colour, lightly toning in a couple places Grade: gEF/Unc
S7214A, KM# 14. Guernsey 1934 8 doubles with the redesigned leaf arrangement above the shield. Struck at the Heaton mint. The fields showing above average reflectivity, so possibly one of the...
S7214, KM# 7. Guernsey 1911 8 doubles struck at the Heaton mint. Three leaves above the shield. A lower mintage year. Light wear to both sides. Grade: nEF
S7210, KM# 7. Guernsey 1902 8 doubles struck at the Heaton mint. Darkly toned with a couple of surface marks to the reverse field. Grade: gVF
S7203, KM# 3. Guernsey 1858 copper 8 doubles. Scarcer than the 1834 with only half the mintage of the earlier date. Pleasing, with only minor contact marks in the field...
Gad. 739, KM# 799.2. France under Napoleon III, 1867 5Fr struck at the Strasbourg mint. Numerous small surface marks, but not so much wear. Grade: VF
Crusafont 340. Spain, dinero of Barcelona under Jaime II (1291-1327). Weight 0.72g. Slightly weak centres, the periphery well struck up. Grade: VF+
de Witt 3857. Slavonia denar struck in Zagreb (Croatia) under the Hungarian king Ladislaus IV (1272-1290). Weight 0.72g. A tiny edge chip, o/w toned with decent detail remaining Grade: VF
Turm Z567. Austria, Freisach pfennig of Eberhard II, Archbishop of Salzburg (1200-1246). Weight 0.88g. Variably struck as usual with minimal wear. Grade: EF
Y&P 74-80. Bulgaria, grosso struck under Ivan Alexander and Michael Asen IV (1331-1355). Weight 1.48g. Minimal wear and quite attractive. Grade: EF
CLR.L238. A French denier struck in Narbonne 1080-1120 by the Bishops of Maguelonne. Degenerate legends RAMVNDS/NAIDONA. Weight 0.94g Even wear to both sides. Grade: gVF
S3948, P- (1517), Bramah 25c. Victoria 1858 copper penny with the 8 struck over an uncertain digit. A case can be made for both a 4 and a narrow 9....
S3950, Peck 1578. Victoria 1853 copper farthing with ww incuse on the truncation. Rare. Toned, with even wear to the high points. Grade: gVF
CGKL 778b. France, Orange 1640 double tournois struck under Frederic Henri de Nassau. The obverse with good detail, the reverse a little weak. Grade: VF/gFine
CGKL 338a1B, Dupl. 1360. France, Louis XIII 1615D double tournois type 1 struck at Lyon. A little encrustation, but o/w a full round coin with good detail. Grade: aVF
KM# 798.3, Gad. 253. France Second Empire under Napoleon III, 1862K 10c struck at the Bordeaux mint. Residual traces of lustre and light wear. Grade: nEF
KM# 771.5, Gad.248. France Second Empire under Napoleon III, 1853K 10c with a vertical leaf mark, struck at the Bordeaux mint. Rare. Moderate wear, but all detail present Grade: VF
KM# 771.1, Gad.248. France Second Empire under Napoleon III, 1852A 10c struck at the Paris mint. The first year of issue. Toned with light wear to the higher points and...
S3954, Freeman 64, Gouby BP1873Ac. Victoria 1873 bun head penny with Freeman dies 6+G and 11.5 teeth width date. A bare trace of friction and blotchy toning Grade: gEF