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Henry VI, first reign (1422-61), silver long cross Penny, York Mint, Rosette-Mascle issue (1430-31), ecclesiastical issue under Archbishop John Kemp, facing crowned bust in beaded circle, mullet either side of crown, initial mark cross patonce, legend surrounding, beaded outer border,+hEnRICVSx REX◊ AnGLIE, rev. long cross pattée, voided quatrefoil with pellet at centre, tri-pellets in each inner angle, beaded circles and legend around, CIVI TAS EBO RACI, weight 0.98g (N.1451iii; S.1868). Toned,
Aethelstan (924-939), Penny, Crowned bust right, London mint, with mint signature, obv. +ÆÐELSTAN REX, rev. GRIMPALD MO LOND CI, 1.24g, (S.1095, N.675). Minor peripheral edge chip between 2 o'clock and 6 o'clock, otherwise nearly very fine/fine Provenance: Ex Spink auction 13012, 27th Mar 2013, lot 505 (£1612 inc), Found on tiver Thames foreshore, London, 2012, Recorded by Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2012.0279 Condition Report: ARR: Categories: English Hammered, Lot Description:, Aeth
Elizabeth I (1558-1603), fine gold Sovereign of Thirty Shillings, sixth issue (1583-1600), full facing robed figure of Queen seated on large throne, lis headed pillar either side, throne back of pellets in hatching, five small pellets up each side of throne back, portcullis below Queen, tressure and beaded border surrounding, Latin legend and outer beaded border on both sides, initial mark tun (1592-93), +ELIZABETH D; G; ANG; FRA; ET. HIB; REGINA. rev. quartered shield at centre of ornate rose,
George IV (1820-1830), Proof Two Pounds, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned shield and mantle, (S.3799). Ex-mount with light edge marks, surface impaired, otherwise good very fine or better and rare Condition Report: ARR: Categories: Single Owner Collection (1), Lot Description:, George IV (1820-1830), Proof Two Pounds, Condition Report:, Condition Report:, ARR:, Categories:, Single Owner Collection (1)
Ancient Roman Republic Anonymous. Ca. 225-217 BC. AE aes grave quatrunx (30.5mm, 29.89 gm, 9h). VF. Libral standard. Luceria mint. Thunderbolt on a raised disk / Club; â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ (mark of value) to right; all on a raised disk. T & V 282.
Victoria (1837-1901), bronze Halfpenny, 1884, "bun" type laureate and draped bust left, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, VICTORIA D: G: BRITT: REG: F: D: rev. Britannia seated right on rock with trident and shield, lighthouse to left, ship to right, date in exergue, denomination in words and toothed border surrounding, weight 5.73g (Fr.352 dies 17+S; S.3956). Small spot with near full lustre on obverse, toned reverse, otherwise good extremely fine, practically as struck.
Edward VII (1901-10), Matt Proof silver Shilling, 1902, bare head right, DES below truncation for engraver George William De Saulles, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, EDWARDVS VII DEI: GRA: BRITT: OMN: REX, rev. lion standing left on crown, date either side, linear circle around with Latin legend in upper half, FID: DEF: IND: IMP:, denomination ONE SHILLING in lower half, edge milled, weight 5.63g (Bull 3588; ESC 1411; Davies 1530; S.3982). Toned practically as struck.
Lapped reverse die state, with the eagle's tailfeathers partially effaced. This Uncirculated coin shows scattered light abrasions, although eye appeal is pleasing or the grade. Luster is alive in the fields, and each side displays a pleasing peach-gold hue. When tilted beneath a light, slight reflectivity becomes apparent.HID07601242017
Antoninus Pius (A.D. 138-161) Æ As, Rome, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right, rev. TR POT COS III, S C in exergue, two crossed cornucopiae with caduceus between, (RIC 705a; BMC 1380); Hadrian, (117-138), Denarius, Rome, IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG, laureate bust right, rev. P M TR P COS III, Fortuna standing, (BMC 171, Cohen 1155, RIC 86); Hadrian (117-138), Æ Sestertius, Rome, laureate head right, rev. Moneta standing holding scales and cornucopia, (RIC II 767); Celtic Iceni silver
370-Spain - Isabel II - 1 Peso, 1868 - Manila, (Philippines) - ScarceComposition: Gold. Weight: 1.70 g Diameter: 15 mm.Very beautiful. In my opinion, EF/XF. See the images to form a more accurate impression.Delivery via registered post with tracking number. Coins & Banknotes---
William I (1066-87), silver PAXS Penny (1083-86), Hythe Mint, Moneyer Eadred, facing crowned bust with sceptre to right, crown 3, Latin legend and beaded circles surrounding both sides, +PILLELM REX, rev. cross pattee, each letter of PAXS in an annulet per angle, +EDRED ON HIÐE, weight 1.42g (BMC VIII 711; N.850; S.1257). Toned, one light crease, struck from a rusted die, good very fine and very rare.
Collectable Coins 1kg Bag of British Pennies Includes Victoria Edward VII George V & George VI NO RESERVE. Part of a recent Estate Clearance. Location of Items Stafford UK ST16. DELIVERY - The group clearing this stock will handle all deliveries using UKMail or MyHermes. Closing auction invoices do not include delivery unless stated within the lot description. --- SHIPPING FOR THIS ITEM: - Buyer Can Collect or Contact Vendor (Details on Auction Invoice) for their UK shipping prices and their shi
1921 Peace Silver Dollar. High Relief. MS-63 (PCGS).Provenance: From the Newmark Collection. Earlier from our (Coin Galleries') sale of February 1988, lot 1933. Lot tag included.PCGS# 7356. NGC ID: 2U4E.Click here for certification details from PCGS.
Pennsylvania. Lot of Approximately (36) Civil War Store Cards.Copper and brass, mostly cent-sized, and mostly different types. Grades range from About Good to Mint State, however the average is at least Extremely Fine. Includes tokens from Allegheny, Honesdall, Lawrenceville, Meadville, Mount Washington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and West Greenville. A few of these tokens still show some of their original mint luster. This is a must see, sold as is, no return lot.Provenance: From the Ralph A. Ed
Bowers Die State I. Rare in this early state without the raised mound or crack below Liberty's chin. The coin displays strong detail on the peripheral relief elements. The centers are a touch softer but still well-defined. Light friction is also noted. Richly toned in in olive-gray and golden-brown patina.HID07601242017
Hints of original mint luster remain in the fields of this Choice AU 1881-CC half eagle, complementing smooth wheat-gold and olive coloration. The strike is sharp and little high-point wear is apparent. No distracting abrasions are visible. The 1881-CC half eagle is seldom offered this fine. Mint State coins are rare. Census: 15 in 55, 12 finer. CAC: 6 in 55, 6 finer (4/19).HID07601242017
Diameter: 21.9Main character: Maurice Tiberius (582-602) Sear: 478Year: Not Applicable Workshop: ConstantinopleMetal: gold Coin quality: EF/XF Product type: coin Face value: Solidus D N MAVRC TIb P P AVVICTORIA AVGG D Coins & Banknotes---
Charles I (1625-49), gold Unite, group B, second crowned and draped bust in ruff left, value XX in field behind, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, initial mark castle both sides (1627-28), .CAROLVS. D; G' MAG; BR; FR; ET. HI; REX, rev. crowned quartered shield of arms, FLORENT CONCORDIA. REGNA., weight 9.04g (Brooker 38; Schneider 123; N.2148; S.2687). Toned good very fine.
George III (1760-1820), silver Sixpence, 1787, variety without semée of hearts, laureate and cuirassed bust right, legend surrounding with beaded outer border at raised rim both sides, GEORGIVS. III . DEI. GRATIA. rev. struck en medaille, cruciform shields, without semée of hearts in Hanoverian arms, crowns in angles, garter star at centre, date at bottom without stops either side, legend surrounding commences lower left, M.B.F. ET. H. REX. F.D. B.ET. L. D. S. R. I. A. T ET. E., weight 3.02g (Bu
Ex: Binion Collection. The central design elements are well-defined on each side of this Superb Gem Peace dollar, while the margins display slight incompleteness. Frosty luster shines through mottled charcoal and golden-russet patina that covers the reverse. The obverse is largely untoned with blushes of color around the edges. Ted Binion, a son of gangster-turned-businessman Benny Binion, owned the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas and reportedly amassed more than 100,000 silver dollars prior to hi
A Small Collection of Banknotes comprising: Treasury £1, Warren Fisher, second issue, Feb 1923, H1/43 (round dot below NO); Bank of England £1 (2), Peppiatt (blue) T86D and O'Brien ('Britannia' issue) HOIK; 10 shillings (2), Peppiatt (mauve) J60D and O'Brien ('Britannia' issue) B75Y; Foreign banknotes (6), China (4), Bank of Communications 10 yuan 1935 (P155), The Central Bank of China (National) 5 yuan 1936 (P216), The Kwangtung Provincial Bank (Local Currency) 5 dollars 1931 (P2422) and Bank o