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Silver Coins

William and Mary (1689-1694) Crown

Ref 31/93Price £3,500.00

1692, conjoined laureate draped busts, rev. crowned cruciform shields, monogram in angles, edge QVARTO, ESC 822 (83); S.3433, attractive steel-blue toning,
practically EF

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William and Mary (1689-1694) Sixpence

Ref 31/95Price £1,375.00

1693, conjoined busts, rev, similar, ESC 869 (1529); S.3438, attractively toned,
EF

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William III (1694-1702) Sixpence

Ref 31/103Price £225.00

1697-E (Exeter), first bust, rev. late harp, small crowns, ESC 1281 (1560); S.3534, darkly toned,
good VF - EF

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Anne (1702-1714) Halfcrown

Ref 31/107Price £1,250.00

1707-E (Edinburgh), 'J' type 1 in date, draped bust, E below bust, rev. post-union cruciform shields, plain in angles, edge SEXTO, ESC 1379 (575); S.3605, lightly toned,
practically EF

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Anne (1702-1714) Shilling

Ref 31/109Price £1,200.00

1708E*, Z type 1, Edinburgh mint, second bust, E* below bust, rev. post-union cruciform shields, cf. ESC 1145; S.3609A, very rare ?, surface flaw on lower British arms, hay-marked on obverse
ESC states that this piece should have the "J" type 1.
a bold VF

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Anne (1702-1714) Sixpence

Ref 31/110Price £425.00

1707, rev. plumes in angles, ESC 1455 (1590); S.3623, lightly toned,
EF

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Anne (1702-1714) Pattern Silver Farthing

Ref 31/114Price £2,000.00

1713, pearled draped bust left, rev. Britannia seated left, within a portico, date in exergue, BMC 747, dies 4+D [R] , rare,
EF/good EF

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George I (1714-1727) Halfcrown

Ref 31/117Price £1,250.00

1715, laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned cruciform shields, roses and plumes in angles, edge SECVNDO, ESC 1550 [R] (587); S.3642, has been cleaned, otherwise
almost EF

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George I (1714-1727) Sixpence

Ref 31/118Price £325.00

1717, similar, ESC 1609 [R](1597); S.3651, pleasantly toned,
good VF

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George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 31/121Price £3,750.00

1734, young laureate and draped bust left, rev. roses and plumes in angles, edge SEPTIMO, ESC 1662 [R] (119); S.3686, lightly toned,
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Halfcrown

Ref 31/124Price £1,250.00

1750, old laureate bust left, rev. plain, edge year VICESIMO QVARTO, ESC 1692 (609); S.3696 , toned,
almost EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Shilling

Ref 31/140Price £1,250.00

1763,'Northumberland' type, young bust, ESC 2124 (1214); S.3742 , attractively toned, pleasing,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Early Coinages Maundy Set

Ref 31/143Price £585.00

1792 "wire money", ESC 2237 [R] 2419; S.3763, a matching set, toned,
good EF-unc

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George III (1760-1820) Bank of England Issue Three Shillings

Ref 31/146Price £225.00

1811, type A1 , rev. 26 acorns, ESC 2065 (408); S.3769
good EF

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George III (1760-1820) Bank of England Issue Three Shillings

Ref 31/147Price £225.00

1812, type B2/3, ESC 2079 (416); S.3770, lightly toned,
EF

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William IV (1830-1837) Sixpence

Ref 31/154Price £2,500.00

1837, bust right, struck from a half-sovereign obverse die, rev. crown over value within wreath, date below, ESC 2514 [R6] 1681A; Davies-; S.- , exceedingly rare, possibly the only known example, scrape across bust, edge knock below, otherwise
a bold VF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Halfcrown

Ref 31/158Price £300.00

1882, type A5, ESC 2761 (711); S.3888
EF

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Phase II, Later Variants of Long Cross Coins, c.1015-1035 Penny

Ref 31/164Price £800.00

Wt. 1.19g. Phase 2 (c.1015-1035, with the legend +HNTRCREX NFDINE (NE ligate); rev. IPO/REIL/HNO/IFIN. DF 23; S.6125, good metal,
Ex. E-sale auction, CNG, 25th July 2012 (514).
VF

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Ireland - Phase III, Long Cross and Hand Coinage, c.1035-1060 Penny

Ref 31/166Price £1,150.00

Wt. 0.86g., bust left with quatrefoil on neck, no extra marks, rev. long voided cross, one crude hand first quarter, and S in third, blundered legends, DF 24; S.6133, toned,
almost EF

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Phase III, Long Cross and Hand Coinage, c.1035-1060 Penny

Ref 31/167Price £625.00

Wt. 0.94g., bust left with pellets before, and cross pattée behind, no extra marks, rev. long voided cross, two crude hands, blundered legends, DF 24; S.6132A, good metal,
practically EF

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Phase VI, Very Late and Degraded Imitations of Long Cross Coins , c.1095-1110 Penny

Ref 31/168Price £650.00

Wt. 0.40g., very crude bust left, crozier to left, blundered legends, rev. long cross with pellets in alternate angles, S.6187; BNJ 1976, Brand #B51 (this coin), good metal, darkly toned,
VF

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John as Lord of Ireland (1172-1199) Penny

Ref 31/169Price £300.00

Wt. 1.39g., DUBLIN, moneyer Roberd, crowned bust in triangle, hand holding sceptre, rev. sun, moon and three stars in triangle, DF 50; S.6228
a bold VF

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Edward I, 1216-1272. Penny

Ref 31/170Price £275.00

Wt. 1.48g. Second coinage, class 1b. WATERFORD, DF 64; S.6254, a crisp example,
EF

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Henry VII (1485-1509) Groat

Ref 31/175Price £475.00

Wt. 1.81g. DUBLIN (unsigned), similar but DOMINUS HYBERNIE both sides, obv. D reversed, DF 183, S.6415, weakly struck at 4 o'clock, otherwise
VF

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Henry VII (1485-1509) Groat

Ref 31/176Price £450.00

Wt. 1.98g. DUBLIN, class 1, crowned facing bust, smaller head, rev. POSVI DEVM, etc DF193; S.6453, good portrait, some weakness in legends,
VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 31/177Price £275.00

Wt. 2.65g. First Harp issue, .i.m. crown. crowned arms, rev.crowned harp dividing crowned H A (Anne Boleyn), DF 201; S.6472, some black deposits,
VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 31/178Price £375.00

Wt. 2.41g. First Harp issue., similar, rev. H I (Jane Seymour), DF 202; S.6473
Ex. DNW, 21st June 2012 (972).
a bold VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 31/179Price £250.00

Wt. 2.50g. Second issue. i.m. trefoil, similar, rev. new title hIBERNIE REX, DF209; S.6480, edge a little ragged,
almost VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Groat

Ref 31/180Price £350.00

Wt. 2.36g. Third issue. i.m. rose, similar, S.6481, scarce,
a bold VF

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Charles II (1660-1685) Proof Silver Halfpenny

Ref 31/181Price £2,500.00

1681, laureate and draped bust right, rev. crown surmounts Irish harp, edge straight grained, DF 355; S.6575, very rare,
a bold VF

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George III (1760-1820) Bank of Ireland Thirty Pence

Ref 31/187Price £475.00

1808, top of harp points below O in TOKEN, DF 619, S.6616 , toned,
EF

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Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461) Halfpenny

Ref 31/35Price £100.00

Wt. 0.43g, London, Leaf-trefoil issue, mm. cross V/-, trefoil before rex, leaf on breast, rev, no marks, N.1492; S.1905
Ex. Lord Stewartby, part 4, Spink, 29th November 29th 2016 (1320) and E J Harris collection.
almost VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Half Groat

Ref 31/64Price £225.00

Wt. 1.05g., second issue, i.m. martlet, bust 1G, beaded circles, BC 1, 1G; N.1987; S.2557, a scarce initial mark,
VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Halfpenny

Ref 31/64Price £100.00

(b) Wt. 0.28g., mm. tun, portcullis, rev. cross and pellets, N.2018; S.2581
VF

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James I (1603-1625) Halfpenny

Ref 31/66Price £75.00

Wt. 0.24g., third coinage, rose, rev. thistle, N.2129; S.2673
EF

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Charles I Oxford Mint 1642-1646 Halfcrown

Ref 31/72Price £150.00

Wt. 14.72g., 1643,Oxford mint, i.m. Oxford plume, Briot's style horse, early grass below, Morr.H-1; N.2416; S.2956, plugged above sword, otherwise
good F

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Charles I Oxford Mint 1642-1646 Halfcrown

Ref 31/74Price £325.00

Wt. 14.62g. 1646, i.m. plume/-, Briot horseman course ground below, Morrieson D-1a; Bull 634/1a (same dies); N.2432; S.2960, uneven flan,
F/almost VF

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