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WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 3rd & 4th MAY, 1978

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

SECOND.—The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, to withdraw any lots, to refuse bids and to regulate the bidding. :

THIRD.—AII lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the seller and (5) to the right of the seller to bid either person- ally or else by any one person who may be the Auctioneer.

Fourtu.—The purchasers to give in their names and place of abode, and to pay down 25% of the purchase price or more in part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which sagt or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and re-sold.

FirrTH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven days from date of sale.

SrxtH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller and for both equitably. .

SEVENTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for the safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the sale.

E1GHTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after the lots have been removed from their premises.

Nintu.—A daily storage fee of £0.25 per lot will be payable by the purchaser on lots not removed within seven days of the date of sale. The Auctioneers reserve the right to re-sell by Auction or privately, without notice to the buyer, all lots not removed from the Auctioneers’ premises within fourteen days of the date of sale.

Please Note.

The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus: A’=gold, AX=silver, Al=copper or bronze. El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper).

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not in good condition.

List of Prices Realised Price 50p

GLENDINING & Co.

7 Blenheim Street, New Bond Street London, W1Y 9LD.

SALE OF ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COINS

HELD ON WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, 3rd & 4th MAY, 1978

Lot ¢ Lot be Lot £ Lot ca 1 60 Dt... .. 360 AF, ..... 420 AM ..... LOS 2 620 26° .... 340 48> .... 2,160 Toe .. 310 3 220 OTe)... VSS 49 ... 900 wee .... 310 4 340 23) ..... 260 50) .. 900 T4e ...... 120 5 180 297... 380 Sit”... 60 75 W’drawn 6 160 SOT...:,. 380 52)... 800 1G .... 10 F 1,300 Bt? ...,.. 138 sao..., 3160 i 95 8 1,800 B27... 350 5 ae 250 Ger .... 100 o)..... 15 CoP... 125 Ss? .... 360 7h ..... 105 10? ... 70 a4 .... 320 Sor... 1,100 80) ... 140 tier ...,.1,230 B57... 65 S7ti)..<. 300 Sip)... 50 12)... 2,000 BGO ... 65 Sse... 200 82 .... 160 ish ...... 640 377 ....,. 240 som... 450 Spr... 220 145 .....3,400 ag~ .... 360 GOm ... 1,150 84... 1,250 St... 90 BF «.. 60 CIE .;.. 150 Soy .... 600 16>... 2,400 ar ... 70 Gar... 170 S67 .... 310 Wee... 280 41... 600 G™.. 125 Le 55 HS) .... 470 Aine ei 220 Gay... 440 oso ..... 800 Io... 340 42a ... 200 Gr... 310 89 ... 920 2DY ..... 880 42p ... 210 Gor... 310 80° ..... 318 Zi... 360 ar... 190 Gy... 160 Of. .... 2200 oe... LS flac. 250 Gs... 210 om .... 1,200 an... 280 Aw... se Go... 280 93 ..... GOO

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CATALOGUE of

ENGLISH & FOREIGN COINS

in Gold, Silver and Bronze

DAYS OF SALE Wednesday and Thursday, 3rd and 4th May, 1978

commencing at 1 p.m. each day

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FIRST DAY’S SALE

Wednesday, 3rd May, 1978

commencing at 1 p.m. precisely

BRITISH GOLD COINS

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1 British Q type, |W Quarter-Stater, obv. portions of Jaureate head, rey. triple-tailed horse r., pellet in circle below (cf. Mack Syll. 69). Large fragment missing (wt. 0.618 gm.), very fine. 1

2* Addedomaros, iW Quarter-Stater, obv. flower-shaped device with ring ornament in the centre, rev. horse with long tail pranc- ing to the r., pellets and annulets in the field (wt. 1.287 gm.) (Mack p. 99, No. 270). Very fine, rare. |

3 Cunobeline, iW’ Stater, CA MV divided by ear of corn, rev. horse prancing to r., CVN and pellet in annulet below (cf. Mack Syll. 150). Large central plug, also large edge break (10 to

12 o'clock) repaired. l 4 Edward III, 4th Coinage, Pre-Treaty Noble, series G, saltire

stops, m.m. cross 3 (S.908). Slight crack in centre, fine. l 5 —— 4th Coinage, Transitional Treaty Period, Half-Noble, m.m.

cross potent (S.918). Somewhat small, fine to very fine. 1

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Henry VII, Angel, m.m. cross crosslet, Class V (S.1582). Slight edge damage and creased, nearly fine.

Elizabeth I, Third Issue, Pound of Twenty-Shillings, m.m. tun

(N.2008; S.1913). Scratches on obverse and portrait weak, otherwise about very fine.

James I, 2nd Coinage, Rose-Ryal, m.m. escallop (1606-7), obv. king enthroned, rev. shield on rose (N.2079; 8.1970). Very fine but slight file marks on obverse rim.

—— 2nd Coinage, Unite, mm. plain cross. Striking hole in centre, has been mounted.

Charles II, Guinea, 1681, 4th bust. Very good. William and Mary, Two-Guineas, 1694 (4 over 3), elephant and

castle below busts (S.2690). Very fine but slight surface knocks and scratches.

Anne, Five-Guineas, 1706, Post-Union type with arms of England and Scotland conjointly impailed (MCE 200; S.2790). An extremely fine coin but unfortunately traces of having been mounted and two plugs in the edge.

—— Guinea, 1714 (MCE 226; S.2798). Good very fine.

George I, Five-Guineas, 1716 (MCE 238; S.2851). Edge knock and lightly rubbed, otherwise a good very fine.

—— Quarter-Guinea, 1718, very fine; George II, Third-Guinea, 1810, trace of mounting, fine.

George LH, Five-Guineas, 1738 (MCE 283). Obverse very fine, reverse better, a very rare date.

—— Two-Guineas, 1738 (MCE 291). Almost very fine. —— Two-Guineas, 1738 (MCE 291). Good very fine. —— Two-Guineas, 1739, young head (MCE 292). Very fine.

—— Two-Guineas, 1739, intermediate head (MCE 293). Ex- tremely fine.

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—— Two-Guineas, 1748, old head (MCE 295). Spotted metal, good fine.

—— Guinea, 1731, narrow young head, small lettering (MCE 303). About fine.

—— Guinea, 1732, E.1.c. below second narrow young head, small lettering (MCE 306). Fine.

—— Guinea, 1732, second narrow young head but larger letter- ing (MCE 307). Good fine.

—— Guinea, 1734, similar (MCE 310). Very fine, toned. —— Guinea, 1734, similar (MCE 310). Very fine. —— Guinea, 1735 (MCE 311). Traces of mounting, fine.

—— Guinea, 1739, intermediate head (MCE 315). Two small rim knocks, very fine.

—— Guinea, 1745, similar but slightly larger lettering on obverse (MCE 319). About extremely fine.

—— Guinea, 1745, Lima below intermediate head (MCE 320). Fine, rare.

—— Guinea, 1760, old head, large lettering (MCE 333). Fine but slight cut marks on obverse.

—— Half-Guinea, 1729, E.1.c. below young head (MCE 336). Slight damage to flan, scratches in obverse field, otherwise good, very rare.

—— Half-Guinea, 1734 (MCE 344). Reverse marked but fine. —— Half-Guinea, 1738 (MCE 348). About extremely fine. —— Half-Guinea, 1739 (MCE 350). Fine.

—— Half-Guinea, 1740, intermediate head (MCE 351). Fine but obverse rather scratched.

—— Half-Guinea, 1745, Lima below intermediate head (MCE 354). Flan crimpled, nearly fine, very rare.

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—— Half-Guinea, 1746, intermediate head (MCE 355). Very fine, nicely toned.

—— Half-Guinea, 1746, similar (MCE 355). Fair.

—— Half-Guinea, 1747, old head (MCE 356). Fair.

—— Half-Guinea, 1752 (MCE 361). Almost extremely fine. —— Half-Guinea, 1756 (MCE 364). Very fine.

George III, Guineas (2), 1774 and ‘Spade’ type 1787. Very fine. —— ‘Spade’ Guineas (2), 1788, 1794. Very fine.

Guinea, 1771; Third-Guineas, 1804 (2, one slightly bent), 1808. All about fine.

—— Guinea, 1774, very fine but scratches on obverse; Half- Sovereign, 1817, almost extremely fine. —— Guineas (4). Good, all mounted, three with loops.

Sovereign, 1820 (MCE 466; S.2971). Light surface marks, otherwise almost extremely fine.

George IV, Two-Pounds, 1823. Some scratches in field, very fine.

Victoria, Proof set of 1887 Jubilee coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; AR Crown to Threepence, in case of issue. Brilliant but some hairline scratches and some coins lacking usual lustre.

1887 Jubilee coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; AR Crown to Threepence, in unofficial case. Extremely fine except the Shilling and Sixpence.

—— 1887 Jubilee coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; AR Crown to Sixpence (Threepence missing). Extremely fine or better.

—— Melbourne mint, Half-Sovereign, 1887M, Jubilee head. Very fine.

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—— Pattern Sovereign, 1838, by William Wyon, small bust left, W.W. incuse on truncation, rev. shield narrower and oak- leaves differently arranged to currency issue, edge plain (Mont. 1567). Hairline scratches in field and scratch across frosted bust, otherwise brilliant, very rare.

—— Sovereign, 1838 (MCE 499; S.3091). A good very fine. Sovereign, 1839. Fine and rare.

—— Jubilee Five-Pounds, 1887. Heavily polished and very scuffed, probably from a mount.

Edward VII, Specimen set of 1902 Coronation coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; AX Crown to Maundy Penny, in case of issue. Matt proofs, lightly rubbed.

‘Short’ set of 1902 Coronation coins, gold £1 and 10/-, R Crown to Maundy Penny, in case of issue, rubbed and some edge knocks, extremely fine; Victoria, 1887 Crown to 3d., in case, very fine or better; George VI, 1937 specimen set of AR and 4 coins (case damaged), brilliant.

—— ‘Short’ set of 1902 coins, gold £1 and 10/-; silver 5/-, 2/-, 1/- and Maundy set (Halfcrown and Sixpence missing), in case of issue. Matt proofs but mostly cleaned.

George V, ‘short’ set of 1911 Coronation coins, gold £1 and 10/-, AR EO to Maundy Penny, in case of issue. Brilliant, toned.

George VI, Specimen set of 1937 Coronation coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; AX Crown to 4 i4d., in the two cases of issue. Rim marks on Sovereign, extremely fine or better.

—— Specimen. set of 1937 gold coins, £5, £2;:£1 and 10/-, in case of issue. Slight hairline scratches, brilliant.

Sovereigns, 1897M, very fine, 1902 matt proof, extremely fine, 1906 P, 1957, 1958, very fine or better.

—— 1907, 1908, 1928 P; Half-Sovereign, 1915S. Fine or better. —— Victoria, Type I, 1862 (2), about fine; George V, 1913P,

1925 SA (5), 1927SA (3), 1928SA; Elizabeth II, 1964 (3). Scuffed, but mostly very fine.

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—— A similar lot. Scuffed, but mostly very fine.

—— Victoria, Type I, 1873S; Type II, 1878M; Edward VII, 1909 P, 1910 P; George V, 1915. Fine or better.

George III, Jubilee 1809, circular neck-pendant, 35mm. diameter, red, white and blue enamel, inlaid in gold with GIIIR crowned, the reverse engraved “‘Countess of Effingham’’. Enamel chipped at 3 o'clock.

Victoria, 1897 Jubilee medal, large size. Extremely fine but severe edge knock.

Trinity College, Dublin, prize medals (2), for Ethics and Logic; Historical Society, for Oratory (total wt. 59.36 grms.); other prize medals, silvered (3) (all awarded to R. J. Rowilette, Irish Senator and King’s Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy). Very fine, polished.

Trinity College, Dublin, prize medal (to Finch White, 1845) (wt. 31.83 grms.), polished, very fine; Coronation Celebrations, Belfast, medal, 1911 (18ct., wt. 13.12 grms.), damaged on reverse.

Churchill commemorative medal, 1965, by B. A. Seaby Ltd. (22 ct.; wt. 119.35 grms.), in case of issue. Almost as struck.

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ENGLISH SILVER & COPPER COINS

AR Harold I, Jewel Cross Penny, Lincoln, moneyer Godric (S.679; Hildebrand 385). Peckmarked, fine.

A William I, Profile Penny, Taunton, moneyer Aelfwine (N.847; S.707). Portrait considerably tooled and chased.

AR Henry II, Short Cross Pennies, Ib (3), London AImMER, Win- chester GOCEIN, Worcester GODWINE; John, Pennies (13), Canterbury (4), [Va ROBERD, Vb GOLDWINE, Vc ROBERD (2); Lincoln, Vb ANDREW; London (8), IVb (2), FVLKE and WILLELM, Vb WILLELM B, Vc (5), ABEL, ADAM (2), WILLELM B, WILLELM L. Early issues fair, others fine or better.

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AR Henry III, Short Cross Pennies of Canterbury (14), VIb, ROBERD, VIIa (6), IOAN, ROGER, SAMUEL, SIMVN, TOMAS (2), VIIb (7), HENRI, IOAN, ROGER OF R (2), SIMVN, TOMAS, and one uncertain; Long Cross Pennies of Canterbury (3), Ila uncertain, IIIb NICOLE, Va NICOLE. Fine, a few better.

AR —— Short Cross Pennies of London (16), Vla (3), RAVF (2) and WALTER, VIb (4), ABEL (2), ILGER (2), Vic WALTER, Vila (2), ILGER, pierced, and RAVF, VIIb (5), ILGER, NICHOLE, RAVF, RICARD, TERRI, VIIc LEDVLF; Long Cross Pennies of London (4), IIc ricarD, Vb (3), HENRI, RICARD (2). Fine.

AR Long Cross Pennies from the Colchester II Hoard, Bury, type VI, moneyer Ion (20). Good to fine.

‘. Until this Hoard was discovered only a few specimens of type VI were known.

AR —— Lincoln, moneyer Ion, types IH, Ha, IIb, IIc; Ricard, II, Ia, Tb, Wc; Walter, Hla, IIb, Wc; Willem, Hla, IIIb, IIc; Norwich, moneyer Huge, types IIIa, IIIb, Ton, Ia, IIb, WIb/c; Jacob, Wa, IIb, HWIb/c; Willem, Wa, Iilb. Good to fine.

Henry VI Restored, Groat, London; Edward IV, Ist Reign, Light Coinage, Groat, London, obv. m.m. sun, quatrefoils by neck, no fleurs on cusps, rev. m.m. rose. Both fine but clipped, the latter cracked.

Henry VIII, 3rd coinage, Testoon, Tower mint, m.m. pellet in annulet, reads HENRIC 8 (S.1757). Striking break at edge, reverse fine.

83* AR Edward VI, Crown, 1551, m.m. y (Lingford dies A-8; N.1933:

S.1870). Fine.

84* AR Elizabeth I, Crown, m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre points to G of

REGINA (N.2012; S$.1923). Extremely fine, dark tone, very rare thus.

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(N.2012; S.1923). Nearly very fine.

AX —— Crown, m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre points to I of REGINA (N.2012; $.1923). Fine, portrait weak.

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—— Pattern Groat or medallet, 1601 (BMC 8). Cast, very fine, but small piercing above bust.

James I, Crown, 3rd coinage, m.m. lis (1623-24), rev. base of a shield pierces inner circle, stop at end of legend only (N.2120; 8.2016). Very fine, rare; ex Glendining & Co., 19th June, 1974, Lot 272.

—— Crown, 3rd coinage, m.m. trefoil (obv. over lis) (1624), rev. plume over shield, no stops (N.2121; $.2017). Almost extremely fine.

Charles I, Tower mint, Crown, m.m. bell (obverse over port- cullis) (1634-35), type 3a, obv. reads BRI. FRA. (Cooper dies XIV /XIX; N.2195; §.2105). Portrait flat, about very fine, toned.

Nicholas Briot’s coinage (1631-9), Crown, obv. m.m. daisy and B, rev. m.m. B (N.2298; $.2196). Extremely fine, brilliant proof-like surface, toned; possibly one of the finest known.

—— Shrewsbury mint, Pound piece, 1642, obv. m.m. four pellets obliterated by the usual flaw, king riding over arms, rev. m.m. five pellets (Morr. D-4; N.2362; S.2262). Ex- tremely fine, rare.

—— —— Half-Pound, 1642, obv. m.m. plume, no plume in field, arms below horse, rev. m.m. two pellets, three Shrews- bury plumes (N.2368; S.2268). Very fine, rare; ex Gien- dining & Co., 4th September, 1974, Lot 181.

—— —— Crown, 1642, m.m. single pellet on both sides, oby. ground line below Shrewsbury horse, rev. Declaration in large letters (Morr. B-1; N.2370; $.2270). Small striking crack at I o’clock, extremely fine, rare.

Crown, 1642, from the same obverse and reverse dies as the preceding coin. Very fine, rare; ex Francis (1920), Sigismund (1933), Lingford (1950), Whetmore (1961), and Glendining & Co. (19th June, 1974, Lot 281).

—— —— Halfcrown, 1642, m.m. single pellet both sides, oby. Shrewsbury horseman with ground line, plume in field, rev. three thin plumes above Declaration (Morr. D-4; N.2377; S.2277). Small flaw either side, about extremely fine; ex Carter and Burstal (Lot 445) Collections.

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—— Oxford mint, Pound piece, 1642, obv. plume, small horse with arms and cannon, rev. m.m. seven pellets, three Oxford plumes (Morr. B-2; N.2398; $.2284). Fine and rare, but the entire obverse design has been re-cut.

—— —— Half-Pound, 1642, obv. mm. plume, Oxford plume in field, rev. m.m. two pellets, three Shrewsbury plumes (Morr. A-1; N.2403; $.2288). Extremely fine, but tooled in field on both sides.

Truro mint, Crown, m.m. rose, sash in a bow, king facing (Lockett (BNJ XXII) pl. I, 8; N.2532; S.2385). Very fine.

—— Exeter mint, Crown, 1644 (reading 16444), m.m. rose, King’s face turned frontwards, sash tied in a bow, rev. date to left of m.m. (Lockett (BNJ XXID) pl. I, 10; N.2557; 8.2410). Double-struck, very fine.

—— Carlisle besieged, Shilling, 1645, obv. crowned C-—R, XII below, rev. OBS. CARL. 1645 in three lines (North 2635; S.2477; Nelson 3) (wt. 5.115 gm.; 78.85 gr.). Adjustment (?) mark on reverse (9.30 to 12 o'clock), extremely fine and very rare; ex Glendining & Co., 6th March, 1974, Lot 244.

Commonwealth, Crown, 1653 (ESC 6; S.2548). Very fine. —— Crown, 1653 (ESC 6). Very fine.

——— Crown, 1656 (large 6 over small 6 over 4) (ESC 9a). Very fine, rare.

—— Pattern Halfcrown, 1651, by Blondeau, edge TRVTH: AND: PEACE: 1651, etc. (ESC 444-R?). Almost as struck, toned, very rare.

—— Shilling, 1653, COMMONWEALH spelling error, not double-struck (ESC 988B). Good fine, extremely rare, only other known specimen in British Museum (from the same

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Sixpence, 1656 (ESC 1492). Extremely fine, rare in this pen ex Henry Symonds (Glendining & Co., 26.9.73 t 93).

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AR Cromwell, Crown, 1658, by Simon, showing early stages of die flaw (ESC 10). Almost extremely fine, toned; ex Glen- dining & Co., 3.10.73 Lot 640.

AX —— Crown, 1658, by Simon, usual die flaw across bust (ESC 10). Good very fine.

AR —— Crown, 1658, by Simon (ESC 10). About very fine, but obverse artificially darkened, slightly impaired (3 o'clock), and lightly tooled to disguise die flaw.

AR —— Shilling, 1658. Fine to very fine.

AR Charles II, Pattern Crown, 1663, by Simon, edge reading RED- DITE QV# C# SARIS CA SARI & Cr POST (ESC 73). Edge inscription almost obliterated and obverse rather knocked, otherwise about very fine, extremely rare; ex Glendining & Co., 30.10.74 (Lot 16).

AR Charles II, Crown, 1663 (ESC 22). Very fine.

AR —— Crown, 1666, elephant below 2nd bust, reads RE.x (ESC 34). Fine for this rare issue.

AR —— Crowns, 1667, AN: REG:, good; 1676, fine; 1677, good, scarce.

AR —— Crowns, 1671 TERTIO, 2nd bust; 1676 (ESC 42, 51). Fine.

AR —— Crown, 1675 (5 over 3) (ESC 50). Good, very rare.

AR —— Crown, 1676, 3rd bust, ocravo (ESC 51). Extremely fine; ex Waite Sanderson Collection.

A —— Crown, 1679, 3rd bust (ESC 56). Spotted metal, nearly very fine.

A —— Crowns, 1664, 1667, 1668, 1677, 1679 third bust (ESC

28, 35a, 36, 52, 56). Good to fine, the !ast very fine.

AR —— Halfcrown, 1677 (ESC 479), fine; Sixpence, 1683, very fine; Victoria, Shilling, 1889, small head, very fine, scarce.

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125

126

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128

129

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131

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133

134

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Proof Halfpenny, 1673, struck in silver, no stop on reverse (P.514). Fine, very rare.

—— Halfcrown, 1676, 1 of date inverted. Very good, very rare variety.

—— Halfcrown, 1673 gvinro; Anne, Post-Union, Half- crown, 1707. First coin fine, second better.

James II, Crown, 1687 (ESC 78). Very fine, toned.

—— Crown, 1687 (ESC 78). Some adjustment marks on obverse, nearly extremely fine.

William and Mary, Crown, 1691 (ESC 82). Good very fine, adjustment marks on reverse.

—— Crown, 1692 Quarto (ESC 83). Extremely fine, lightly toned.

—— Crown, 1692 QuiINTo (2 over 2 inverted) (ESC 85). Somewhat discoloured, fine, rare.

William III, Crowns, 1695 sEprimo (ESC 86), nearly ex- tremely fine; 1696, 3rd bust, ocravo (ESC 94), good.

—— Halfcrown, 1698 pEecimo; Shilling, 1700, both very fine or better; Sixpences, 1696 B, good fine, 1698 plumes, 1699 plumes (ESC 554, 1121, 1535, 1575, 1577), last two good and rare.

—— Sixpences, Ist bust, 1696N, 1697N, both very fine; Anne, Sixpence, 1703 viGo, extremely fine.

Anne, Crown, before Union, 1707 sexto (ESC 102). Good very fine, nicely toned.

—— After Union, Crowns, 1708 plain (ESC 105), obverse fine, reverse very fine; 1708 E (ESC 106), worn.

—— —— Crown, 1707E sexto (ESC 103). Slight surface and edge marks, otherwise about extremely fine.

—— —— Crown, 1707E (ESC 103), fine; Crown, 1713 (ESC 109), nearly very fine.

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AX George I, Crown, 1720 (over 18) (ESC 113). Very fine but knock on obverse rim, rare.

AR —— Crown, 1720 (20 over 18) (ESC 113). Good very fine, toned, rare. AR —— Crown, 1720 (20 over 18) (ESC 113). Fine, metal flaw

on reverse rim, rare.

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Shilling, 1723, 1st bust, SSC, evidence of C (under French arms) struck over an S (ESC —). Extremely fine.

AR George II, Crown, 1734, roses and plumes (ESC 119; $.2912). Rim knock, nearly very fine, toned.

AR —— Crown, 1741 (ESC 123). Very fine.

AR Crown, 1743, old head (ESC 124). Nearly extremely fine.

AR —— Crown, 1743, old head (ESC 124). Very fine.

AR George III, Crown, 1818 LIX (ESC 214). Almost as struck.

AR —— Crown, 1819 LIX (ESC 215). Scuffed, otherwise almost as struck.

AR Crown, 1819LX (ESC 216). Extremely fine, lightly rubbed.

AR —— Crown, 1820LX (ESC 219). Extremely fine, slight scuffing.

AR —— Crown, 1818 LVIII (ESC 211). Extremely fine, dark tone.

AR —— Crown, 1819 LIX (ESC 215). Extremely fine.

AR —— Crowns, 1819 LIX, 1819 LX, 1820. Very fine.

AR —— Crowns, 1819 LIX, 1819 LX, 1820. All extremely fine,

but the first burnished and the last two with considerable surface knocks.

A —— Crowns, 1819 LIX (2), 1820. Very fine, the last toned.

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155

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162

163

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AR —— Crowns, 1819 LIX, 1820. Extremely fine.

AZ —— Pattern Bank Token, 1811, in copper, obv. draped bust left, five berries in wreath, rev. BANK TOKEN 5s. 6D. 1811 within wreath (ESC 206). Extremely fine, scarce.

‘2 —— Pattern Crown, 1820, after Monneron’s pattern by Dupré, struck in copper, obv. Hercules seated, rev. crowned shield, edge plain (ESC 244). Almost as struck.

A —— Pattern Crown, 1817, by W. Wyon, obv. legend ends F: D*, rev. the Three Graces (ESC 223). Small nick in obverse field, lightly rubbed, brilliant, very rare.

AR —— Britannia Dollar, 1804, extremely fine, toned; Crown, 1820 LX, fine; Lima, 8-Reales, 1788, with oval counter- mark, brooch marks, cleaned.

AR —— “Northumberland” Shilling, 1763 (ESC 1214). Very fine.

AR —— Pattern Sixpence, 1787, by Pingo, with hearts, border of dots, edge plain (ESC 1640). Extremely fine, toned, scarce.

AR —— Halfcrown, 1818, polished, very fine, scarce; Victoria, Penny, 1847, fine.

AX —— Bank of England Dollar, 1804, with date (1806) of original Spanish Dollar showing (ESC 144, cf. p. 21), scratched on obverse, fine, an unusual example; another, 1804 (ESC 144), fine, scratched on reverse.

AR —— Oval counterstamped Dollars (3), Potosi, 1784, P.R.: Potosi, 1786, P.R.; Mexico, 1792, F.M. (ESC 129, 131). Coins very good, counterstamps fine, the first two scarce.

AR Derbyshire, Cromford, 4/9d., counterstamped on a Lima Dollar, 1802, LJ. (Davis 24 var.). Coin very good/fine, counterstamp about very fine, very rare.

165* AR Buteshire, Rothsay Cotton Works, 4/6d., 1820, counter-

stamped on a Mexico Dollar, 1809, T.H. (Davis 61). Coin very good, counterstamp good fine, very rare.

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George IV, Crown, 1821 sEcUNDO (ESC 246). Extremely fine.

—— Proof Crown, 1821, with error edge reading TERTIO (ESC 250-R$). Light surface mark, brilliant, very rare.

—— Crown, 1821 sEcUNDO (ESC 246). Slight abrasions, otherwise almost as struck.

—— Crowns, 1821 sEecUNDo (ESC 246), nearly extremely fine; 1822 sECUNDO (ESC 251), a good very fine but lightly burnished.

Crown, 1822 TERTIO (ESC 252). Almost as struck, nicely toned.

—— Crown, 1822 TERTIO (ESC 252). Slight scratches on ob- verse, extremely fine.

—— Pattern Crown, 1820, by Mills for Whiteaves, oby. large head left with little neck, mpcccxx below, rev. royal arms on square shield, edge plain (ESC 259). Almost as struck, toned, very rare.

William IV, Crown, 1831, WW on truncation (ESC 271). Surface and rim knocks, otherwise about very fine, very rare.

—— Crown, 1831, Ww. wyYon on truncation, edge plain (ESC 273-R‘). Obverse sometime rubbed, otherwise almost as struck, toned, very rare.

Victoria, Crown, 1844, young head (ESC 280). Almost as struck, rare thus.

—— Crowns, 1845 (2), both very fine but one with edge and surface knocks; 1889, 1890 (2, one cleaned), very fine.

Proof Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed