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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 3 October 2013 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 3 October 2013. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 36 - GB Milled - George III
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
700
1768 guinea, GF/AVF, S3727. £450 to 500 £450.00
701
1786 guinea, nice VF, lustre in legends, S3728. £475 to 550 £490.00
702
1788 guinea, fine & mounted for jewellery, ready to wear. Coin plugged at 12 o'clock, total weight 9.2 grams. £200 to 225 N/S
703
1790 guinea, nice VF, a pleasing coin & a scarce date. S3729. £375 to 450 £460.00
704
1791 guinea, fine with a good edge but probably ex-jewellery, S3729. £250 to 300 £250.00
705
1792 guinea, GF/VF. S3729. £350 to 400 N/S
706
1794 guinea, gem BU, a choice example, rare in this condition. S3729. £950 to 110 £1050.00
707
1789 half guinea, GVF, S3735. £300 to 350 £300.00
708
1793 half guinea, fine/GF, only low-grade but a completely problem-free example, S3735. £160 to 200 £160.00
709
1798 half guinea, VF or slightly better, S3735. £250 to 325 £270.00
710
1803 half guinea, AEF. £275 to 325 £280.00
711
1809 half guinea, BU, strongly struck with crisp hair-detail, unusual for the issue. S3737 £500 to 600 £500.00
712
1762 quarter guinea, EF, tiny rim nick. Scarce. S3741. £325 to 400 N/S
713
1762 quarter guinea, VF, an obverse striking crack along the King's neck, does not detract, S3741. £175 to 250 N/S
714
1797 third-guinea, VF with signs of creasing & light damage. £80 to 100 £80.00
715
1800 third-guinea, AVF/VF. S3738. £180 to 250 £180.00
716
1800 third-guinea, GF/VF, a tiny letter 'C' stamped above the crown. S3738. £100 to 150 £100.00
717
1806 third-guinea, VF. S3740. £200 to 250 N/S
718
1808 third-guinea, GVF. S3740. £210 to 260 N/S
719
1820 proof two pounds, A/FDC with only a few very tiny marks visible under magnification. An extremely rare coin, only 60 pieces struck at the very end of the king's reign, this was the first two pound piece. S3784. £18000 to 22000 £18000.00
720
1820 sovereign almost fine, S3785C. £250 to 300 £310.00
721
1820 sovereign, open 2 in date, GVF with some original mint lustre. S3785c. £500 to 600 £500.00
722
1820 sovereign, Open 2, fine/GF, S3785C. £300 to 375 £370.00
723
1817 half sovereign VF, one tiny EK, S3786. £240 to 275 N/S
724
1817 half sovereign, AF/fine, S3786. £130 to 150 N/S
725
1818/7 half sovereign fine, rare, S3786 (var). £240 to 275 N/S
726
1828 half-sovereign, VF. S3804. £250 to 300 £270.00
727
1818 LVIII crown, virtually UNC with a pleasing light blue tone over prooflike fields. S3787. £450 to 600 £450.00
728
1818 pattern large-head crown, uniface in silvered-lead, edge incuse: DECUS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI LVIII, the reverse marked '859' and '215' the latter scratched through, EF and rare. Similar pieces are listed in Linecar & Stone, but not matching this exact specification. Weight 24.4 grams. £175 to 250 £290.00
729
Crowns: 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821 & 1822, fair to fine (5) £90 to 120 £98.00
730
1819 LIX crown, EF, once lightly cleaned on obverse. S3787. £250 to 300 £250.00
731
1819 LIX crown, reverse with thicker ruled garter, UNC but showing fine hairlines on the prooflike surfaces. A rare coin in this high grade. S3787(var). £550 to 750 N/S
732
1819 LX crown, no stop after TUTAMEN, almost UNC with the prooflike surfaces a little scuffed. Rare. S3787(var.) £500 to 650 N/S
733
1819, '20, '21 & '22 crowns, better than fine but the last only fair. (4) £110 to 150 N/S
734
1820 crown, LX, UNC with cameo frosting & a superb light rainbow tone over prooflike surfaces. A choice coin. S3787. £700 to 850 £700.00
735
1820 LX crown, GEF with a pleasing old tone (priced several years ago @ £595) S3787. £350 to 450 £300.00
736
1820, 1821 & 1822 crowns, about fine or better (the first with minor possible mount traces) (3) £55 to 70 £66.00
737
1816 halfcrown, prooflike UNC, light toning, the 1816 far rarer than the 1817 of the same type and seldom found in prooflike state. S3788. £400 to 500 N/S
738
1817 halfcrown, bull head, choice brilliant UNC, exceptional, S3788. £500 to 600 N/S
739
1817 halfcrown, bull head, UNC with much original brilliance. S3788. £325 to 400 N/S
740   1817 halfcrown, bull head, almost brilliant UNC with just the lightest hint of tone. Quite elusive this nice. S3788. £375 to 450 N/S
741
1817 halfcrown, bull head, brilliant & practically UNC, S3788. £230 to 300 £250.00
742
1817 halfcrown, bull head, practically UNC with full mint-brilliance. £250 to 350 £250.00
743
1817 halfcrown, bull head, EF with a very light one, the obverse slightly prooflike. S3788. £275 to 350 N/S
744
1817 halfcrown, small head, GEF. S3789. £175 to 250 N/S
745
1818 halfcrown, choice and practically UNC, well-struck with a pleasing blue/olive tone, scarce in this condition. £375 to 450 £375.00
746
The reverse of the 1818 pattern large-head crown, uniface in silvered-lead, resembling the type adopted for circulation, edge incuse: DECUS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI LVIII, the reverse marked '859 and '215' the latter scratched through, EF and rare. Similar pieces are listed in Linecar & Stone, but not matching this exact specification. Weight 28.1 grams. £125 to 200 £120.00
747
1819 halfcrown, EF/GEF, prooflike with rainbow-tone, a few small contact-marks on obverse. S3789. £150 to 225 N/S
748
1819 halfcrown, GEF/EF with a light 'steel' tone, the shield somewhat weak in places. S3789. £225 to 275 £225.00
749
1819 halfcrown, prooflike UNC with a light olive tone. A choice coin. S3789. £350 to 450 N/S
750
1763 'Northumberland' shilling, EF with a rich 'rainbow' tone. S3742. £1000 to 1200 N/S
751
1787 shilling, hearts & 1816 shilling, EF & AEF. (2) £45 to 75 £46.00
752
1787 shilling, hearts, bright GEF with trace of haymarking, S3743. £40 to 60 N/S
753
1787 shilling, no hearts, GEF, lustrous with a slight peripheral tone. S3743. £65 to 90 N/S
754
1787 shilling, no hearts, GEF toned, plus a 1762 threepence EF, toned. (2) £60 to 80 N/S
755
1787 shilling, no hearts, about EF with nice tone, S3743. £42 to 60 N/S
756
1787 shillings, both with hearts, EF & GVF, the first with scratch in obverse field. (2) £70 to 100 N/S
757
1817 shilling, brilliant UNC, lightly toning. £120 to 150 N/S
758
1819 shilling, the '9' in the date probably over an '8', EF with a light tone. S3790. £80 to 100 £82.00
759
1787 sixpences; with hearts EF, minor flaws in obverse field & without hearts GVF, 1762 threepence EF & 5x 'Good Old Days' imitation guinea/½ guinea tokens. (8) £50 to 70 N/S
760
1817 sixpence, UNC with a good strike & attractive light tone, the obverse quite prooflike, plus an 1821 sixpence, AVF (2). £60 to 90 £62.00
761
1818 sixpence, UNC and an underrated date, rare in this condition, S3791. £130 to 150 N/S
762
1819 sixpence, UNC with a rich dark tone, S3791. £70 to 100 £70.00
763
1800 fourpence, choice EF, beautiful tone. S3752. £40 to 50 £74.00
764
1797 cartwheel twopence, an attractive GVF at one time cleaned but since retoned. A trifling bump at date. S3776. £60 to 90 £60.00
765
1797 cartwheel twopence & penny VF & GF respectively, a few bumps & scrapes. (2) £30 to 40 £36.00
766
1797 proof (bronzed) cartwheel twopence, a late striking showing signs of the dies cracking, which are characteristic of such pieces, almost as-struck, very scarce, S3776. £750 to 1000 £750.00
767
1797 cartwheel penny, GVF+, darkly toned & a bit grubby looking, S3777. £40 to 70 N/S
768
1797 cartwheel penny, AEF, some EK's & digs, S3777. £45 to 65 £46.00
769
1797 cartwheel penny, EF with surfaces quite prooflike & a trace of lustre. S3777 £150 to 200 £150.00
770
1797 gilt proof cartwheel penny, brilliant UNC with very minor marks, now very seldom seen (Spink Cat. £1650 FDC), S3777 (var) £1100 to 1250 £1100.00
771
1799 gilt proof halfpenny, brilliant UNC with very minor marks, now very seldom seen (Spink Cat. £925 FDC), S3778 (var) £500 to 600 £400.00
772
1799 halfpenny, choice UNC & well struck with 30% even lustre, a small spot in reverse legend, S3778. £80 to 100 N/S
773
1799 halfpenny, EF but a little dirty, lustre traces, S3778. £36 to 45 N/S
774
1799 halfpenny, UNC with a choice patina & slight lustre. £70 to 90 £76.00
775
1806 halfpennies, EF and VF+, the first with lustre traces on reverse. (2) £30 to 40 N/S
776
1806 halfpenny, A/UNC. £50 to 60 N/S
777
1806 halfpenny, EF slight lustre. £40 to 50 N/S
778
1806 halfpenny, EF, S3781. £30 to 40 N/S
779
1806 halfpenny, UNC, 50% even lustre, S3781. £80 to 100 N/S
780
1799 farthing, AEF, trace of lustre. Hairline die flaw extends across obv field but does not detract, S3779. £25 to 35 N/S
781
1799 farthing, UNC, lustre, 3 berries in wreath. S3779. £120 to 150 N/S
782
1806 farthing, EF, dark tone. £25 to 35 N/S
783
1806 farthing, virtually UNC with considerable mint lustre. Incuse 'K' on truncation. S3782 £100 to 150 N/S
784
1772 maundy set, GVF to GEF with various tones. S3762. £175 to 225 £150.00
785
1800 maundy set EF, nicely toned. S3764. £300 to 350 N/S
786
1800 maundy set, mostly better than EF, pleasing tones. S3764. £250 to 300 N/S
787
1817 maundy set, the fourpence EF, the rest choice UNC with a lovely tone. S3792. £225 to 275 £260.00
788
1804 Bank of England dollar, EF with attractive tone, S3768. £250 to 325 £320.00
789
1811 1/6d bank token, A/UNC with a rich old tone, S3771. £90 to 130 £145.00
 
   
       
   
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