S3497, ESC 1117 (1091). William III, 1697 first bust shilling. Lightly toned with adjustment marks to the reverse. Grade: VF+
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
S3615, ESC 1439 (1151). Anne 1708E* shilling struck at the Edinburgh Mint using a local obverse die with both curls pointing backwards and a London reverse die with wide shields...
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...
S3618, ESC 1408 (1158). Anne 1711 4th bust shilling with plain angles. Toned with even wear. A flaw by the date. Grade: nVF
S3701, ESC - (1201). George II 1739 young head shilling, the reverse with roses in angles. The harp has 9 strings (not listed by Bull). Comes with an old ticket....
S3744, ESC 2133 (1218). George III 1787 no hearts shilling with no stop at head. Attractive light tone with a little wear to the high points and a couple of...
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...
Davis 47. 1811 Bristol Quay shilling token. obv. VALUE ONE SHILLING FOR THE ARMY &c, three masted sailing ship left, rev. No.37 QUAY BRISTOL, PAYABLE AT GOVERNMENT STORES R TRIPP...
Davis 45. Obv. Arms of Bristol, supporters, LET TRADE FLOURISH, dated 6th Sept 1811, rev. 12 PENCE in wreath of oak, SOMERSETSHIRE, WILTSHIRE etc Light wear to the high points,...
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...
S3790, Davies 81, ESC 2195 (1632). George III 1817 new coinage shilling. Light wear to the high points. Grade: EF
S3812, Davies 250, ESC 2405 (1254). George IV 1825 third issue bare head shilling. Toned with minimal friction. Grade: EF
S3904, Davies 882, ESC 3019 (1309). Victoria 1861 second young head shilling. Worn but rare. Grade: Fair
S3905, ESC 3025 (1313), D888. 1865 shilling, die no. 68. Toned, more so on the reverse with 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
S3907, ESC 3072 (1342), D920. 1883 4th head shilling with minimal wear, the reverse with considerable underlying brilliance. Grade: gEF
S3907, ESC 3076 (1345), D923. 1885 shilling with light friction to the hair. Grade: EF
S3926, Davies 982 (1+C), ESC 3137 (1351). 1887 Jubilee head shilling with looped Q. Toned, with light wear to the high points. Grade: aEF
S3926, Davies 982, ESC 3137 (1351). Victoria 1887 Jubilee Head shilling with looped Q in the garter motto (Davies rev.C). Prooflike with uneven toning to the reverse. Grade: aEF
S3926, Davies 983, ESC 3140 (1353A). Victoria 188(8 over 7) Jubilee Head shilling. General wear. Grade: nVF
S3927, Davies 990, ESC 3147 (1360). Victoria 1892 Jubilee Head shilling. Attractively toned with a little wear to the high points. Grade: EF
S3940, Davies 1010, ESC 3154 (1361A). Victoria 1893 veiled head shilling with smaller obverse lettering. Minimal wear, mostly to the reverse, with a few small contact marks and has been dipped....
S3940, Davies 1015 (2+B), ESC 3156 (1363). Victoria 1894 veiled head shilling. The scarcest year for the type. A decent grade with little wear, but cleaned. Grade: aEF
S3940A, Davies 1022, ESC 3163 (1367). Victoria 1898 veiled head shilling. Toned with moderate wear. Grade: VF
S3940A, Davies 1023, ESC 3164 (1368). Victoria 1899 veiled head shilling. A few bagmarks, lightly toning. Grade: gEF
S3940A, Davies 1024, ESC 3165 (1369). Victoria 1900 veiled head shilling. Practically as struck with no visible wear. Dipped at some point and now retoning. Grade: Unc
S3940A, ESC 3165 (1369), D1024. 1900 shilling with attractive light peripheral toning and some small bagmarks. Grade: gEF
S3982, Davies 1550, ESC 3587 (1410). Edward VII 1902 shilling, bare head right, lion & crown reverse. A couple tiny rim marks to the obverse, lightly toning. Grade: aEF
S3982, Davies 1551, ESC 3589 (1412). Edward VII 1903 shilling. Rare. Even wear and dipped. Grade: VF+
S3982, Davies 1557, ESC 3592 (1415). Edward VII 1906 shilling with obverse 2. Toned with some wear. Grade: VF+
S3982, Davies 1557, ESC 3592 (1415). Edward VII 1906 shilling with obverse 2. Light wear and a tiny rim mark at 9 o'clock on the reverse. Grade: aEF
S3982, Davies 1559, ESC 3594 (1417). Edward VII 1908 shilling. A scarcer date. General wear from circulation. Grade: aVF
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 light wear and a hint of toning. Grade: gVF
S4013, ESC 3801 (1422), D1795. 1912 shilling with Davies dies 3B. Light wear and a reverse deposit. Grade: EF
S4013, ESC 3806 (1427), D1800. 1917 shilling, weakly struck (as is often the case with these WW1 dates) with light wear. Scarcer date. Grade: EF
S4013, ESC 3807 (1428), D1801. 1918 shilling with minimal wear and a delicate tone. Grade: EF+
S4013, ESC 3808 (1429), Davies 1802. George V 1st Coinage shilling. A couple light marks from circulation. Scarce date. Grade: EF+
S4023, ESC 3809 (1430), D1803. 1920 shilling with the deeply engraved portrait. Toned with even wear. Scarce. Grade: VF
S4023, Davies 1803, ESC 3809 (1430). George V 1920 second coinage shilling with deeply engraved head. Some wear to the higher points. Grade: gVF
S4023A, Davies 1814, ESC 3818 (1433). George V 1923 second coinage shilling. A couple tiny bagmarks and lightly toning. Grade: Uncirculated.
Davies 1820, ESC 3827 (1437), S4033. George V 1926ME shilling. Pleasantly toned with minimal wear to the high points. Grade: EF
S4023A, Davies 1819, ESC 3825 (1436). George V 1926 second coinage shilling with shallow cut portrait. Scarce. A few marks to the obverse, the reverse better. Grade: VF/gVF
S4033, Davies 1821, ESC 3828 (1438). George V 1927 3rd coinage shilling with the modified effigy. Light wear Grade: VF+
S4039, ESC 3832 (1441), D1832. 1928 shilling with a small spot in the obverse legend, otherwise as struck. Grade: Uncirculated