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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 - William & Mary
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
579
1691 crown, TERTIO, I over E in GVLIELMVS, AVF/VF, pleasing light-grey tone with lustre in obverse legend. A most appealing example for the grade. S3433. £750 to 1000 £750.00
580
1692 crown, QVARTO, a strong GF to almost VF. Scarce. S3433. £550 to 750 £680.00
581
1692 crown, QVARTO, EF with pleasing tone, strongly struck with sharp hair detail, even on the highest curl directly above the King's ear. Very rare in this high grade, S3433. £3400 to 4000 £3400.00
582
1689 halfcrown, first shield, no frosting, pearls, EF/AEF, richly toned. An attractive, problem-free example with sharp hair detail, S3434. £950 to 1200 N/S
583
1689 halfcrown, first shield, caul frosted, pearls, VF with a nice light tone & overall pleasing appearance. £275 to 325 N/S
584
1689 halfcrown, second shield, caul & interior frosted, pearls, GF, S3435. £80 to 120 £80.00
585
1689 halfcrown, second shield, caul only frosted, pearls, VF & attractive, S3435. £250 to 300 N/S
586
1689 halfcrown, second reverse, caul frosted, pearls, bold GVF with a moderate tone & pleasing appearance, S3435. £500 to 600 N/S
587
1692 halfcrown, QVARTO, AEF with a nice tone over somewhat prooflike surfaces. The scarcest date of second type halfcrown, S3436. £1100 to 1400 N/S
588
1693 halfcrown, QVINTO, AEF with a pleasing light olive tone over underlying lustre. Scarce in this condition. S3436. £800 to 1000 N/S
589
1693/ inverted 3 halfcrown, QVINTO, almost EF with a rich blue/green tone and peripheral lustre. Scarce in this high grade. S3436. £1050 to 1250 N/S
590
Pattern farthing in silver showing the joint-monarchs on either side, EF with a beautiful light-blue tone over prooflike surfaces. much nicer quality than usually found, Rare. £150 to 200 £150.00
 
   
       
   
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