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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 3 October 2013 (realised prices)
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Sale 36 - GB Milled - George IV
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
790
1821 sovereign, VF. An unpublished variety without upper-serif on last digit of the date. S3800 (var.) £450 to 600 £460.00
791
1825 sovereign, bare head type, EF with a few minor scuffs in obverse field, the reverse somewhat prooflike, S3801. £900 to 1200 N/S
792
1826 sovereign, VF. S3801. £425 to 500 £450.00
793
1829 sovereign, NEF, a few minor contact marks, tiny rim & edge nick. Scarce. S3801. £600 to 800 £760.00
794
1825 half sovereign, nice EF with a reflective obverse field. The tiniest reverse rim-nick does not detract. S3803. £475 to 550 N/S
795
1821 crown, SECUNDO, some very light hairlines o/w brilliant UNC & proof like, S3805. £900 to 1200 N/S
796
1821 crown, SECUNDO, UNC & prooflike with a beautiful rainbow-tone. S3805. £850 to 1000 £850.00
797
1821 crown, SECUNDO, graded UNC on an old ticket. Certainly very close to UNC with a delightful steel-blue tone. S3805. £850 to 1000 N/S
798
1821 crown, SECUNDO, UNC with a deep tone, of slightly 'matt' appearance. S3805. £750 to 900 N/S
799
1821 crowns (2) & 1822 x 2, fair to fine (4) £75 to 90 £75.00
800
1822 crown, SECUNDO edge, UNC with a pleasing tone, the odd very minor contact mark but this is the rarest currency edge-year of the series, underrated by catalogues. S3805. £900 to 1200 £920.00
801
1822 crown, TERTIO, decent GF, some EK's. £30 to 40 £36.00
802
1822 crown, TERTIO, decent GF with nice peripheral tone, minor obv edge bruise not detracting, S3805. £45 to 60 N/S
803
1822 crown, TERTIO, practically UNC with a peripheral light-blue tone. S3805. £700 to 900 N/S
804
1826 proof crown, SEPTIMO, AEF, impaired, with some scuffing, lightly toned. A rare coin, from the proof set of the year. S3806. £3250 to 3750 N/S
805
1820 halfcrown, UNC with a prooflike field to the obverse & a light olive tone. A choice example. S3807. £375 to 450 N/S
806
1823 halfcrown, second reverse, brilliant & practically UNC with a very light tone, rare in this condition, S3808. £550 to 700 £550.00
807
1823 halfcrown, second reverse, EF, S3808. £200 to 250 £200.00
808
1825 halfcrown, choice EF/AU with a pleasing light tone, S3809. £250 to 300 £250.00
809
1821 shilling, choice EF with a rich old tone. S3910. £175 to 225 £175.00
810
1824 shilling, AEF with nice tone over somewhat proof-like fields, some small rim nicks to reverse, S3811. £50 to 75 £50.00
811
1825 shilling, bare head, choice EF with a pleasing tone, S3812. £90 to 120 N/S
812
1825 shilling, bare head, AEF. S3812 £50 to 75 N/S
813
1825 shilling, bare head, practically BU, S3812. £125 to 175 N/S
814
1825 shilling, second, bare-head, issue with Roman I in date, ESC 1254A-R7! Although extremely rare, those coins do come up from time to time, usually in fair-fine or uncirculated. This is a respectable VF. In our opinion the ESC rarity is somewhat exaggerated. S3812 (var.) £250 to 350 N/S
815
1826 shilling, bare head, EF, S3812. £75 to 90 N/S
816
1826 shilling, brilliant & virtually UNC. S3812. £150 to 200 £150.00
817
1826 shilling, prooflike A/UNC & brilliant. S3812. £200 to 250 £200.00
818
1826 shilling. practically BU, S3812. £225 to 275 N/S
819
1821 sixpence, UNC with a light tone (rainbow tone reverse) S3813. £150 to 200 N/S
820
1824 sixpence, UNC with a light golden tone. S3814. £175 to 250 N/S
821
1825 sixpence, A/UNC, lustrous. S3814. £100 to 150 N/S
822
1826 (bare head) & 1834 sixpences, both AEF, the latter lightly polished. (2) £50 to 70 £78.00
823
1826 sixpence, bare head type, A/UNC with a light olive tone. S3815 £125 to 175 £125.00
824
1826 sixpence, laureate head, practically EF with a dull grey patina. Very rare in high grade, S3184. £175 to 225 N/S
825
1828 fourpence, choice UNC, lovely tone. S3817. £40 to 50 £40.00
826
1826 penny, EF. (1) £80 to 120 £100.00
827
1826 penny, GEF with considerable lustre on obverse only, S2823. £140 to 200 N/S
828
1826 halfpenny, choice EF with a nice patina, S3824. £80 to 120 £80.00
829
1826 halfpenny, EF with slight lustre, minor EK's on rev & three light stains towards edge, incuse lines on saltire, S3824. £30 to 45 N/S
830
1826 halfpenny, nice EF, somewhat proof-like on rev, S3824. £50 to 70 N/S
831
1826 halfpenny, UNC with a choice patina, a little weakly struck. £100 to 150 N/S
832
1827 halfpenny, AEF + third farthing choice UNC & 1826 farthing GF. (3) £50 to 65 £60.00
833
1827 halfpenny, GEF with traces of lustre on obverse. £90 to 125 N/S
834
1822 farthing, A/UNC, some lustre, proof like on obverse, S3822. £60 to 80 £60.00
835
1825 farthing, A/UNC, some lustre, S3822. £50 to 70 N/S
836
1826 farthing, UNC with considerable lustre. Scarce. S3822. £90 to 140 N/S
837
1828 farthing, nice EF with lustre fraces on reverse. S3825. £50 to 75 N/S
838
1828 maundy set, the fourpence with a scratch (AEF) and the threepence somewhat creased (GVF), the others a mice EF, all toned. S3816. £100 to 125 N/S
 
   
       
   
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