S3452, P-. William & Mary 1694 halfpenny with the first two letters of the obverse legend struck over a B as the engraver presumably started the reverse legend in error. The error clear. First noted in August 2004 by Colin Cooke when illustrated on his website at the time (this coin). I can find no other examples listed in past sales and is certainly extremely rare, possibly excessively so. Weight 10.39g.
Problem free, toned with a little wear to the high points. A higher grade example of this single year issue than usually encountered.
S2646, N2073. First coinage, 2nd bust shilling. im. Lis. Attractively toned, the weak portrait a consequence of the strong reverse. Considerably overweight at 6.38g. Grade: VF
S2663, N2107. James I second coinage halfpenny with mm. Coronet. Weight 0.22g. ex S Hiil, Lockdales 69, lot 822. The rose slightly off centre, o/w a full coin. Grade: VF...