13th October 2016

Coins, Militaria and Collectables 13th October 2016

Page: 1 of 12. Lots: 1 to 60

Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, George VI, 1937-1952. Fifteen coin set, including Maundy, 1937, in red leather case of issue. UNC. (15 coins)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 2: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, George VI, 1937-1952. Fifteen coin set, including Maundy, 1937, in red leather case of issue. UNC. (15 coins)

Sold For: £210.00


Lot 3: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, George VI, 1937-1952. Nine coin set, 1950, in red card case of issue. UNC. (9 coins)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 4: GREAT BRITAIN, PROOF COIN SET, George VI, 1937-1952. Ten coin set, 1951, in a blue leather case with capsules. UNC. (10 coins)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 5: GREAT BRITAIN, MAUNDY SET, Victoria, 1837-1901. Veiled bust, 1899. UNC with rainbow toining. (4 coins)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 6: IRELAND, COIN SET, Eight coin set, 1951, in green leather case of issue. UNC. (8 coins)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 7: ANCIENT GREECE, Thracian Kindom, Lysimachos, AR Tetredrachm, c.385-281 B.C. Diademed head of Alexander The Great right, Athena seated with Nike in right hand, left arm resting on shield. Weak reverse but obverse VF. c.16.5g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 8: ANCIENT SYRIA, Seleukid Kings of Syria, Antiochos VIII Epiphanes Grypos, AR Tetredrachm. Ake-Ptolemais, c.121-113 B.C. Head of Antiochos right, Zeus Ouranios draped standing holding a star and a long sceptre, crescent above, M in field, within a laurel wreath border. F. c.15.4g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 9: ANCIENT EGYPT, Cleopatra VII, 51-30 B.C. AR Tetradrachm, 50-49 B.C. Head of Ptolemy I, eagle on thunderbolt with a palm branch behind shoulder. VF. c.14.6g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £150.00


Lot 10: ANCIENT EGYPT, Ptolemy XII, 80-58/55-51 B.C. AR Tetradrachm. Head of Ptolemy XII, eagle on thunderbolt with a palm branch behind shoulder. AVF. c.13.3g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £120-180


Lot 11: ROMAN EMPIRE, Claudius, 41-54 A.D. Dupondius. Bare head left, Ceres seated left on reverse. AEF. c.12.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £250.00


Lot 12: ROMAN EMPIRE, Pertinax, 193 A.D. A brass contemporary forgery mould or trial for a Dupondius. c.40.1g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 13: ROMAN EMPIRE, Philip I, 244-249 A.D. AE Sestertius. Laureate head right, Fides standing left holding two standards on reverse. VF. c.16.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 14: CELTIC, Durotriges, Uninscribed. AR Stater, mid first century B.C. to mid first century A.D. Derived from the Westerham Stater. GVF. c.5.2g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £120.00


Lot 15: CELTIC, Durotriges, Uninscribed. AR Stater, mid first century B.C. to mid first century A.D. Derived from the Westerham Stater. GVF. c.5.5g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £140.00


Lot 16: SAXON, Crondall Type, c.620-644 A.D. AV Thrysma. London-derived type. Head right with pseudo legend, cross within pseudo legend on reverse. A clear example, almost as struck, slight bend otherwise EF. c.1.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £3000.00


Lot 17: ANGLO-SAXON, Aethelred II, 978-1016 A.D. AR Penny. First hand type, bust right, hand of providence between Alpha and Omega on reverse. Holed otherwise VF. c.1.4g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 18: ANGLO-SAXON, Aethelred II, 978-1016 A.D. AR Penny. Short cross type, bust right, cross within legend on reverse. GVF. c.1.2g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 19: NORMAN, SCOTLAND, William I, 1066-1087 A.D. AR Penny. Head with sceptre, short cross with stars in angles on reverse. AF. c.1.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £75.00


Lot 20: MEDIEVAL, Edward IV, 1461-70 A.D. AR Groat. Light Coinage, 1464-70 A.D. Facing bust with quatrefoils at neck, mm. crown. GF. c.2.9g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 21: TUDOR, Henry VIII, 1509-47 A.D. AR Groat. Second Coinage, Laker Bust D. Bust right, shield on reverse, muled mm. lis/rose. AVF. c.2.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 22: TUDOR, Henry VIII, 1509-47 A.D. AR Halfgroat. Second Coinage, Arccbishop Cranmer. Head right, shield on reverse, mm. catherine wheel. AVF. c.1.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 23: GREAT BRITAIN, James II, 1685-88. Five Guineas, 1688. Second laureate bust, QVARTO on edge, crowned cruciform shields with sceptres in angles on reverse. AVF. c.41.6g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £5200.00


Lot 24: GREAT BRITAIN, Charles II, 1660-85. Guinea, 1669. Third laureate bust, crowned cruciform shields with sceptres in angles on reverse. F. c.8.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £400.00


Lot 25: GREAT BRITAIN, George II, 1727-60. Guinea, 1758. Old laureate head, crowned shield on reverse. AEF. c.8.1g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £1000.00


Lot 26: GREAT BRITAIN, George III, 1760-1820. Guinea, 1787. Laureate head, crowned shield on reverse. Ex-mount otherwise VF. c.8.2g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £340.00


Lot 27: GREAT BRITAIN, George III, 1760-1820. Sovereign, 1817. Laureate head, St George and Dragon on reverse. F. c.8g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £340.00


Lot 28: GREAT BRITAIN, Victoria, 1837-1901. Sovereign, 1879 M. Young head, St George and Dragon on reverse. GVF. c.8g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 29: Victoria, 1837-1901. Sovereign, 1896 M. Veiled bust, St George and Dragon on reverse. GF. c.7.9g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 30: GREAT BRITAIN, Edward VII, 1902-1910. Sovereign, 1904 M. GVF. c.8g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 31: GREAT BRITAIN, Edward VII, 1902-1910. Sovereign, 1909. VF. c.8g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 32: GREAT BRITAIN, George V, 1911-1936. Sovereign, 1913. "The George V Philatelist King" presentation First Day Cover. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 33: GREAT BRITAIN, George V, 1911-1936. Half Sovereign, 1911. AEF. c.4g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 34: GREAT BRITAIN, London Mint new strike Henry VIII Proof Half Sovereign. In presentation box with certificate. Hallmarked 22ct. c.6.09g. BUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £150.00


Lot 35: GREAT BRITAIN, Elizabeth II. Proof Two Pounds, 1989. In a presentation box with certificate. BUNC, mintage of 2,000. c.16g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £800.00


Lot 36: BRAZIL, Joao V, 1706-1750. 12800 Reis, 1730 R. A possible 1729/30 overdate. Rio de Janeiro mint. Laureate head above date, crowned arms on reverse. GVF or better for type. c.28.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £1100.00


Lot 37: SOUTH AFRICA, Krugerrand, 1974. AUNC. c.33.9g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £800.00


Lot 38: BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY, Victoria, 1837-1901. One Mohur, 1841. Young head left, lion beside palm tree on reverse. AEF. c.11.8g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £2100.00


Lot 39: INDIA, Victoria, 1837-1901. One Mohur, 1862. Crowned bust left, value and date within a styled border on reverse. EF. c.11.7g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £1200.00


Lot 40: INDIA, George V, 1911-1936. Fifteen Rupees, 1918. Crowned bust left, value and date within stylised border on reverse. GEF. c.8g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £1250.00


Lot 41: GREAT BRITAIN, George III, 1760-1820. Halfcrown, 1818. Young head right, crowned shield within garter on reverse. AEF. c.14.4g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £80-150


Lot 42: GREAT BRITAIN, Edward VII, 1902-10. Halfcrown, 1904. Bare head, crowned shield within garter on reverse. AEF. c.14.2g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £400-600


Lot 43: GREAT BRITAIN, Edward VII, 1902-1910. Halfcrown, 1905. Bare head, crowned shield within garter on reverse. Bold EF, reverse GEF, toned. c.14.2g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £5000-10000


Lot 44: GREAT BRITAIN, Victoria, 1837-1901. Florin, 1849. 'Godless' type. Crowned Gothic bust left, crowned cruciform shields on reverse. EF. c.11g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 45: GREAT BRITAIN, Anne, 1702-1714. Shilling, 1711. GVF. c.5.9g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 46: GREAT BRITAIN, George III, 1760-1820. An unusual 'piedfort' Northumberland type Shilling, 1763. Possibly a trial or forgery error. GVF. c.8.5g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £200-400


Lot 47: GREAT BRITAIN, George III, 1760-1820. A lead uniface obverse trial striking, c.1811. Probably a test piece for an emergency Bank Of England 'Crown', by W. Phillp. Bust of George III left, card remnence on reverse, 45mm dia. c.13g. With a London Mint Office certificate of Authenticity. (1 coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 48: GREAT BRITAIN, George III, 1760-1820. Twopence, 1797. Laureate bust, Britannia seated on reverse. VF. c.54.1g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £50-100


Lot 49: GREAT BRITAIN, Victoria, 1837-1901. Penny, 1860/59. Young head, Britannia seated on reverse. Bold VF, toned. c.19g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £1000.00


Lot 50: GREAT BRITAIN, Victoria, 1837-1901. Penny, 1869. Laureate bust, Britannia seated on reverse. AVF, toned. c.9.1g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 51: GREAT BRITAIN, George VI, Penny, 1951. UNC. c.9.3g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £30.00


Lot 52: GREAT BRITAIN, Victoria, 1837-1901. Farthing, 1875 H. Younger Features type. Laureate bust, Britannia seated on reverse. GVF. c.2.8g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £150-250


Lot 53: COLONIAL BRITAIN, British Colonies in America, Rosa Americana. Brass Penny, 1723. Laureate head right, crowned rose within legend on reverse. AVF. c.8.2g. (1 coin)

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 54: SOUTH AFRICA, Penny, 1898. AEF, trace lustre. c.9.5g. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £30-50


Lot 55: ROMAN EMPIRE, MIXED COINS, Hadrian, 117-138 AD. AR Denarius, and one other AR Denarius. (2)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 56: CELTIC, MIXED COINS, Durotriges AE Staters. (16)

Unsold (Estimate): £30-50


Lot 57: ROMAN EMPIRE, MIXED COINS, AE denominations, various emperors, contained in a coin tray.

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 58: ROMAN EMPIRE, MIXED COINS, AE denominations, various emperors.

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 59: ROMAN EMPIRE, MIXED COINS, AE and AR denominations, various emperors.

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 60: ROMAN EMPIRE, MIXED COINS, Roman Empire 20 Emperor Collection. In a wood presentation case with certificate.

Sold For: £55.00


Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1
A collection of golf clubs

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 2
A 19th century stoneware 'Harvesting' jug and another similar

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 3
A mahogany and mother-of-pearl inlaid mantel clock and a pair of similar candlesticks

Estimate: £40-60


Lot 4
A pair of royal blue cloisonne vases and a similar bowl

Estimate: £20-40

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