S4126. Elizabeth II 1953 Maundy Set. A one year set. Rare, with a mintage of 1025 sets. Brilliant, practically as struck. A small obverse mark to the 3d. Grade: Unc...
S1355, N976. Henry III class 6c1 penny of London, the moneyer Walter. Weight 1.31g. A good portrait. Grade: VF
S1356B, N979A. Henry III short cross penny of Canterbury, the moneyer Simon. Weight 1.37g. Scarce. Well centred with all detail present. Grade: aVF
S3183, P182. Charles I Richmond type 1c farthing with mm. Three Lis. ex Colin Cooke collection. Well centred and toned. Grade: gVF
S3183, P189, Everson 99a. Charles I Richmond farthing with mm. shield. General wear with a small nick. Grade: gFine / aVF
S3913, Davies 1215, ESC 3336 (1939). Victoria 1844 young head groat. Scarce. A trace of toning, the highest hair strands weak as usual, o/w practically as struck. Grade: gEF/UNC
S3792. George III 1820 Maundy Set. The last issue of the reign. Toned with light wear to a few high points Grade: EF and better.
DH30a. Hampshire halfpenny token, 1795. Earl Howe / The Wooden Walls of Old England. Edge - PAYABLE AT LONDON. Modest wear. Grade: VF, the obverse better.
DH127. Manchester halfpenny tone, 1792. East India House. Edge - PAYABLE AT FIELDINGS MANCHESTER. Some wear with a small deposit on the reverse. Grade: nVF/gFine
DH45. Leeds halfpenny token, 1791. Edge - PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF RICHARD PALEY. General wear. Grade: gFine
DH144. Rochdale halfpenny token, 1792. Edge - PAYABLE AT THE WORKSHOP OF JOHN KERSHAW. General wear. Grade: Fine
DH31. Norwich halfpenny, 1793. Edge reads PAYABLE AT THE SHOP OF DUNHAM & YALLOP GOLD-SMITHS General even wear. Grade: nVF
S4021A, Davies 1678, ESC 3722 (768). George V 1921 2nd issue halfcrown. Scarce. Light general wear. Grade: gVF
S4051, F171. George V 1911 first issue penny. Light friction to the high points. Grade: EF
S4114, F217. George VI first issue penny. Some lustre. Grade: Unc
S4114, F222. George VI first issue penny. A trace of friction and subdued lustre. Grade: gEF
S4055, F201. George V 1929 small bare head penny. Light friction to the high points and an obverse contact mark. Grade: EF
S3538, ESC 1233 (1566). William III 1697 3rd bust 6d with large crowns and late harp. A little friction to the high points and toned. Grade: EF
S3707, ESC 1741 (1607). George II 1731 roses & plumes 6d. An unrecorded variety with 10 harp strings. Most examples have 7 strings to the harp with a small number...
S3708, ESC 1749 (1612). George II 1739 sixpence with roses in angles. Obverse contact marks. Attractively toned. Grade: gVF
S1363, N987. Henry III class 3b long cross penny of Canterbury. GILBERT ON CAN. Weight 1.42g. A little soft and struck off-centre. Grade: gFine
S1362A, N986. Henry III class 3a2 LC penny. Canterbury mint, the moneyer Nicole. HICOLE ON CANT. Weight 1.47g. Slightly weak at one point. Toned. Grade: VF
S4158, Freeman 475 (4+D). Elizabeth II 1956 halfpenny with obverse 4 (I of GRATIA to right of dot) and reverse D (L of HALF points to tooth), both with wide...
S4087, ESC 4304 part. George VI 1937 Maundy fourpence. Scarce. Toned, with a trace of friction to the highest points. Grade: gEF
S3657, ESC 1646 (2328A). George I 1725 maundy penny with variable sized lettering. Light wear. Grade: gVF
A copper or bronze medal with suspension loop issued by Lytham Amateur Swimming Club, date unknown. 29mm diameter, weight 13.49g. Light friction to the high points. Grade: gVF
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...
S3717, Peck 853. George II 1739 halfpenny. General wear. Grade: nVF
S3717, Peck 852. George II 1738 halfpenny with the R of REX appearing to be over a rotated A. Toned with general wear. Grade: nVF
S3719, Peck 881. George II 1751 old head copper halfpenny. Toned with a trace of wear to the high points. Struck from old, flawed dies Grade: aEF
S3956, Freeman 289. Victoria 1862 bronze halfpenny. Much lustre with some reverse toning. Grade: Uncirculated
S3956, Freeman 354. Victoria 1885 young head bronze halfpenny. Subdued lustre and a hint of friction to the obverse only. Grade: gEF/Unc
S3964, Freeman 579. Victoria 1901 veiled head farthing with mint toned finish. Practically as struck Grade: Uncirculated
S4060, Freeman 601. George V 1922 bronze farthing. Toned, with a hint of friction. Grade: gEF
S4119, Freeman 658. George VI 1952 second issue farthing with no IND IMP. Virtually full lustre. Grade: Uncirculated
S3848, P1471. William IV 1834 copper farthing with raised line on the saltire. Scarce. Practically as struck. Grade: Uncirculated
S3960, P1933. Victoria 1878 bronze third farthing. Struck for use in Malta. Scarce. A hint of friction to the hair. Grade: gEF
S3960, P1926. Victoria 1866 bronze third farthing. The first year of issue. Struck for use in Malta. Scarce. Toned with light friction to the high points. Grade: EF
S3954, F10, Satin 11. Victoria 1860 bronze penny with N over sideways N in PENNY. Rare. Some subdued lustre, light friction and a spot in the hair. Grade: EF