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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 - James II
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
563
1687 crown, TERTIO, GVF, attractively toned. S3407. £450 to 550 N/S
564
1687 crown, TERTIO, a nice GF, some would say AVF, toned. S3407. £250 to 300 N/S
565
1687 crown, TERTIO, VF & very pleasing, S3407. £400 to 550 £400.00
566
1687 crown, TERTIO, AVF, a little scuffed in angles but still an attractive coin, evenly toned. £350 to 450 N/S
567
1688 crown, QVARTO, strong GVF or a little better, well-struck with a light rainbow tone over underlying lustre. A pleasing example. S3407. £1100 to 1250 £1150.00
568
1688 crown, QVARTO, EF with a pleasing light tone and a strong strike. Rarer than the 1687. S3407 £1700 to 2000 N/S
569
1688 crown, QVARTO, GF/VF with pleasing tone, S3407. £320 to 400 N/S
570
1688 crown, QVARTO, AVF/VF with a nice tone. A very pleasing coin for the grade. S3407. £400 to 600 N/S
571
1688 crown, QVARTO, AVF with an attractive tone, minor 'stepped' die flaw in one quarter of reverse - does not detract, S3407. £350 to 450 N/S
572
1687 halfcrown, AVF with the rev much better & some lustre remaining, 2nd bust, S3409. £300 to 350 N/S
573
1687 halfcrown, first bust TERTIO, AEF with a light olive tone & underlying lustre. A few minor spots of haymarking, S3408. £700 to 950 N/S
574
1687 halfcrown, second bust TERTIO, GF but with a long, thin area of scratches in obverse field, scarce, S3409. £130 to 200 N/S
575
1688 halfcrown, 2nd bust, almost EF & rare thus, S3409. £1100 to 1300 N/S
576
1688 halfcrown, QVARTO, second bust, VF, rare, S3409. £400 to 500 N/S
577
1685 shilling, G Fine, S3410. £250 to 300 N/S
578
1687/6 shilling, G over A in 'MAG'. EF with a light peripheral tone over underlying brilliance, the obverse is particularly appealing. James II shillings in this high grade are almost impossible to find. S3410. £1700 to 2000 N/S
 
   
       
   
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