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Silver Coins

George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 26/147Price £200.00

1824, type B, ESC 1251; S.3811, toned,
EF

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George III (1760-1820) Shilling

Ref 31/M149Price £475.00

1820, rev. stop in centre of O's in HONI and SOIT, Davies -; ESC 2162 [R3] (1236C); S.3790 , rare, once lightly cleaned,
EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 31/M150Price £395.00

1821, type A/1, laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield, emblems below, Davies 211; ESC 2396 (1247); S.3810, mottled toning,
good EF-unc

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 31/M151Price £375.00

1821, type A/1, Davies 211; ESC 2396 (1247); S.3810, once cleaned, otherwise,
good EF-unc

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 31/151Price £450.00

1817, type B, ESC 2096 (618); S.3788,
EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Pattern Shilling

Ref 31/152Price £7,500.00

1820, by B Pistrucci and J B Merlen, type A, laureate head left, B.P. below truncation, rev. garnished shield crowned, thistle on left, shamrock on right, without WWP signature, edge grained, ESC 2394 [R5] 1246; Davies 210, exceedingly rare, lightly brushed on obverse,
good EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Sixpence

Ref 26/152Price £300.00

1825, type B, ESC 1659; S.3814, lightly toned,
EF-unc

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George IV (1820-1830) Pattern Sixpence

Ref 31/153Price £6,250.00

1820, by B Pistrucci and J B Merlen, type A, laureate head left, B.P. below truncation, rev. garnished shield crowned, thistle on left, shamrock on right, IBM in border lower left, edge grained, ESC 2420 [R6] 1653; Davies 250, exceedingly rare, richly toned,
practically FDC

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 31/M154Price £525.00

1824, type A/2, Davies 221; ESC 2400 (1251); S.3811, lightly toned,
unc

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George II (1727-1760) shilling

Ref 28/154Price £400.00

1734, young bust, larger lettering, rev. roses and plumes in angles, ESC 1706 (1197); S.3699, toned,
good VF

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Fourpence

Ref 24/155Price £650.00

1836, by William Wyon after Chantry's model/reverse by William Wyon, bare head right, rev. Britannia right divides FOUR-PENCE, date in exergue, edge grained, ESC 1919 [R2]; S.3837, very rare, toned,
EF-FDC

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 23/C156Price £400.00

1825, laureate head, ESC 1253; S.3811, unevenly toned,
unc

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George II (1727-1760) Halfcrown

Ref 30/157Price £2,025.00

1751, old laureate draped bust left, rev. plain in angles, edge QVARTO, ESC 1693 (610); S.3696, rare, obverse slight surface striking flaw, otherwise
EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Halfcrown

Ref 31/157Price £1,250.00

1849, small date; ESC 683 [R]; S.3888, blotchy grey toning, otherwise
EF

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George II (1727-1760) Crown

Ref 25/158Price £1,750.00

1735, young bust left, rev. roses and plumes, edge OCTAVO, ESC 120; S.3686, toned,
good VF-EF

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Groat

Ref 20/160Price £495.00

1836, by William Wyon after Chantry's model/reverse by William Wyon, bare head right, rev. Britannia right divides FOUR-PENCE, date in exergue, edge plain, ESC 1920; S.3837, high wire rim slightly crimped on obverse, toned,
EF-FDC

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 31/M160Price £275.00

1825, type B/3, Davies 231; ESC 2405 (1254); S.3812
good EF

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George V (1910-1936) Trial Uniface Crown

Ref 31/161Price £29,500.00

1926, designed by Francis Derwent Wood RA (1871-1926), struck with a matt finish in silver, classical figure personifying Peace seated right on a chaise, draped and wearing chain mail , helmet at her feet, holding olive branch and caduceus, date in Roman numerals in exergue, GIVE PEACE IN OUR TIME O LORD, edge grained, L&S-; Krause TSA6., encapsulated in a NGC holder PF63, of the highest rarity, believed to be of three but the only example with a blank obverse,
Ex. A-Tokyo Collection and the actual piece presented to Derwent Wood's widow as part of a full 1926 set. The other examples are struck on silver plated flans and bear the word MODEL on the obverse, however this example is struck in silver and is plain on the obverse. In 1926 coinage was proposed in a speech delivered in the House of Commons by the historian and numismatist Sir Charles Oman, he then pursued the idea with officials at the Royal Mint. Francis Derwent Wood produced the designs, Humphrey Paget produced the models, and pieces were struck in 1926. The Peace legend is borrowed Anglican liturgy with origins back to the Protestant Reformation, it was adopted to become the refrain in the hymn of the same name.
unc

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William IV (1830-1837) Pattern Groat

Ref 20/161Price £1,375.00

1836, by William Wyon, bare head right, rev. Britannia right FOUR PENCE continuous, edge grained, ESC 1924 [R3], very rare, lightly toned,
EF-FDC

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William IV (1830-1837) Pattern Groat

Ref 20/162Price £1,500.00

1836, by William Wyon, bare head right, rev. Britannia right, legend continuous, edge plain, ESC 1925 [R3], very rare, brilliant,
practically FDC

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William IV (1830-1837) Pattern Groat

Ref 20/163Price £1,500.00

1836, by William Wyon, bare head left, rev. Britannia right divides 4-P, edge grained, ESC 1926 [R2], very rare, toned,
good EF-FDC

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 31/M164Price £400.00

1826, 6 over 5?, type B/3, cf. Davies -; ESC 2411 (1258); S.3812, very rare?, toned,
This does appear to be 6 over 5, and not recorded.
EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 31/M165Price £425.00

1826, type B/3, Davies 232; ESC 2409 (1257); S.3812, beautifully toned,
unc

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Ireland - III. Long Cross and Hand Coinage, c. 1035-60 Penny

Ref 31/165Price £725.00

Wt. 0.84g. Phase 3 (c.1015-1035), draped bust left, rev. long voided cross with tri-crescent ends, crude hand in two diagonally opposing quarters, DF 24; S.6132, some verdigris, good metal,
EX. Baldwins, Auction 80, 8th May 2013 (2262).
good VF

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George II (1727-1760) Sixpence

Ref 25/167Price £450.00

1731, young head, rev. roses and plumes, ESC 1607, S.3707 , toned,
EF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Halfgroat

Ref 15/H171Price £225.00

Wt. 1.04g., Canterbury (Abp. Warham), i.m. uncertain mark, Lombardic lettering, reads D G R, rev. W A beside shield, Whitton p.209 (ii); N.1802; S.2343, dark, slightly rough surfaces,
good VF

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Edward I, 1216-1272. Penny

Ref 31/171Price £150.00

Wt.1.48g. class 1b. WATERFORD, DF 64; S.6254, ghosting on obverse otherwise
Ex. Kelso Hoard 1917.
good VF

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William IV (1830-1837) Proof Shilling

Ref 31/M171Price £2,950.00

1831, bare head right, rev. value within wreath crowned, edge grained, ESC 2487 [R4] 1267; S.3835 , extremely rare, light cabinet friction on high spots, richly toned,
practically FDC

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William IV (1830-1837) Shilling

Ref 31/M172Price £500.00

1834, ESC 2489 (1268); S.3835 , lightly toned,
good EF-unc

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William IV (1830-1837) Shilling

Ref 31/M173Price £450.00

1835, ESC 2492 (1271); S.3835, lightly toned,
EF/unc

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Edward IV (1461-1483) Groat

Ref 31/173Price £700.00

Wt. 2.07g. LIMERICK. i.m. cinquefoil. L on breast, rosettes by neck, and in two angles on rev. DF 134; S.6342, rare, edge chipped below king's bust, otherwise
VF

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Henry VII (1485-1508) Groat

Ref 31/174Price £325.00

Wt. 1.95g., (Dublin), legend ends REX ANGLIE FRANCIE, rev. DOMINVS hYBERnIE, pellet cross ends, S.6414, double struck,
about VF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 26/174Price £185.00

1866, die no. 61, ESC 1314; S.3905, darkly toned,
good EF

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 31/M181Price £600.00

1839, type A3, second head, Davies 853; ESC 2978 (1283); S.3904, beautifully toned,
unc

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Halfgroat

Ref 15/H183Price £150.00

Wt. 1.08g., Canterbury, no i.m., bust 1, Lombardic lettering, trefoil stops, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, pierced cross-ends, Whitton (a); N.1852; S.2378, on an oval flan, with a strong portrait,
good fine

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 27/186Price £525.00

1824, ESC 1251; S.3811, a few light bag marks, attractively toned,
unc

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 28/188Price £500.00

1817, type A, ESC (2090) 616; S.3788
unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 23/189Price £225.00

1886, type A7, ESC 1347; S.3907
unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 31/M189Price £600.00

1845, type A3, ESC 2991 [R] (1292); S.3904, a superb example, lightly toned, very scarce in this high grade,
unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 31/M190Price £400.00

1846, type A3, ESC 2992 (1293); S.3904, attractively toned,
practically unc

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James VI (1567-1625) Two Merks

Ref 31/190Price £5,750.00

Wt. 21.67g., 1579, second coinage, mm. crown, crowned shield, IACOBVS DEI G REX SCOTORVM, rev. leaved thistle between IR, NEMO ME IMPVNE LACESSET, S.5480, some surface porosity, extremely rare,
VF

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George III (1760-1820) New Coinage Halfcrown

Ref 28/191Price £550.00

1819, type B, ESC 2102 (623); S.3789, lightly toned,
practically unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Sixpence

Ref 26/194Price £285.00

1864, die no. 22, type A2, ESC 1713; S.3909 , lightly toned,
unc

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James VI (1567-1625) Thirty Shillings

Ref 31/194Price £350.00

Wt. 14.46g., ninth coinage, i.m. thistle head, rev. Scottish arms in first and third quarters, B.14, var.; S.5504, obverse double struck,
almost VF

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George IV (1820-1830) Shilling

Ref 19/198Price £275.00

1825, type B, ESC 1253; S.3811, proof-like obverse, toned,
good EF

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George IV (1820-1830) Sixpence

Ref 19/199Price £400.00

1821, type A, ESC 1654; S.3813, lightly toned,
Unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Halfcrown

Ref 20/199Price £350.00

1875, type A5, ESC 696; S.3889, lightly toned,
EF-unc

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George IV (1820-1830) Sixpence

Ref 19/200Price £375.00

1825, type B, ESC 1659; S.3814, toned,
practically unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 20/204Price £215.00

1864, type A4, die no. 10, ESC 1312; S.3905
EF-unc

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Victoria (1837-1901) Shilling

Ref 31/M204Price £125.00

1856 6 over lower broken 6, type A3, ESC 3007 (1304); S.3904, once cleaned,
almost EF

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