9th March 2017

Coins, Militaria and Ephemera 9th March 2017

Page: 1 of 12. Lots: 1 to 57

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: £230.00


Lot 2: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, Elizabeth II. Proof ten-coin set, in red leather Royal Mint case of issue. UNC. (15 coins)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 3: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, Elizabeth II. Proof ten-coin set, in red leather Royal Mint case of issue. UNC. (15 coins)

Sold For: £55.00


Lot 3A: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, Elizabeth II. Gold Proof Collection of four coins, 2004. In green leather case, with certificate no. 286.

Sold For: £1600.00


Lot 4: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, Elizabeth II. Britannia Gold Proof Collection of four coins, 1997. In red leather case, with certificate no. 452.

Sold For: £1500.00


Lot 4A: GREAT BRITAIN, COIN SET, Elizabeth II. Gold Proof Collection of four coins, 2005. In green leather case, with certificate no. 371.

Sold For: £1750.00


Lot 5: VALENS, 364-378 AD. AR MILIARENSE. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Valens standing facing with head left holding a standard in right hand, resting the left on a shield. Treveri mint. 4.5g, 23.5mm dia. (1 coin) Provenance: A Pamphill Hoard. Sold jointly on behalf of the Finder and Land Owner.

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 6: GRATIAN, 367-383 AD. AR SILIQUA. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Roma seated left and holding Victory on a globe in right hand, a reversed spear in the left. Treveri mint. 1.8g, 17.5mm dia. (1 coin) Provenance: A Pamphill Hoard. Sold jointly on behalf of the Finder and Land Owner.

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 7: GRATIAN, 367-383 AD. AR SILIQUA. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Roma seated facing and holding a globe in right hand, a reversed spear in the left. Treveri mint. 2.1g, 18mm dia. (1 coin) Provenance: A Pamphill Hoard. Sold jointly on behalf of the Finder and Land Owner.

Unsold (Estimate): £80-150


Lot 8: GRATIAN, 367-383 AD. AR SILIQUA. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Roma seated left and holding Victory on a globe in right hand, a reversed spear in the left. Roma mint. 1.7g, 19mm dia. (1 coin) Provenance: A Pamphill Hoard. Sold jointly on behalf of the Finder and Land Owner.

Unsold (Estimate): £80-150


Lot 9: THEODOSIUS I, 379-395 AD. AR SILIQUA. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Roma seated facing with head left and holding a globe in right hand, a reversed spear in the left. Aquileia mint. 2g, 19mm dia. (1 coin) Provenance: A Pamphill Hoard. Sold jointly on behalf of the Finder and Land Owner.

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 10: NERO, 54-68 AD. AV AUREUS. Obv: Laureate bust right. Rev: Concordia seated left holding patera and cornucopia. VF. 7g, 18.5mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £1150.00


Lot 11: VALENS, 364-78 AD. AV SOLIDUS. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Valens standing holding labarum in right hand and Victory on a globe in right, cross in field. Antioch mint. VF. 4.3g, 22mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £360.00


Lot 12: HONORIUS, 393-423 AD. AV SOLIDUS. Obv: Facing cuirassed bust holding a shield and spear. Rev: Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, holding a spear in right hand and Victory on a globe in the left. Constantinople mint. VF. 4.3g, 20.5mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £240.00


Lot 13: JUSTINUS II, 565-578 AD. AV SOLIDUS. Obv: Facing cuirassed bust holding Victory on a globe. Rev: Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, holding a spear in right hand and a globe surmounted by a cross in the left. Constantinople mint. VF. 4.2g, 20.5mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 14: MAURICE TIBERIUS, 582-602 AD. AV SOLIDUS. Obv: Facing cuirassed bust holding a cross. Rev: Angel standing facing, holding a long rho-headed cross in right hand and globus cruciger in the right. Constantinople mint. VF. 4.3g, 22.5mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 15: MAURICE TIBERIUS, 582-602 AD. AV TREMISSIS. Obv: Draped bust right wearing diadem. Rev: Cross potent within legend. Constantinople mint. F. 1.3g, 17mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 16: HERACLIUS WITH HERACLIUS CONSTANTINE, 610-641 AD. AV SOLIDUS. Obv: Facing crowned and draped busts, a cross between. Rev: Cross potent on three steps. Constantinople mint. VF. 4.5g, 20mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £210.00


Lot 17: GRATIAN, 367-83 AD. AV SOLIDUS. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Two emperors seated facing holding a globe, Victory above with wings spread. Trier mint. Near mint state. 4.3g, 21mm. (1 coin)

Sold For: £2200.00


Lot 18: VALENS, 364-78 A.D. AR MILIARENSE. Obv: Draped and cuirassed bust right, wearing pearl diadem. Rev: Victory standing beside a standard, foot on a globe. Piece on edge reattached, otherwise VF details. 4.2g, 23mm dia. (1 coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £250-350


Lot 18A: ALEXANDER III, 1249-86. PENNY. Obv: Crowned bust with scepter left. Rev: Long cross with stars in angles. GF. 1.2g, 19mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 19: HENRY VIII. GROAT, 1526-44. Second Coinage. Obv: Laker bust. Rev: Square topped shield. mm rose. GF. 1.9g, 24mm dia. With old collector's label. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 20: HENRY VIII. GROAT, 1526-44. Second Coinage. Obv: Laker bust. Rev: Square topped shield. mm rose. F. 2.6g, 25mmdia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £180.00


Lot 21: ELIZABETH I. SIXPENCE, 1561. Obv: Smaller bust left, rose behind. Rev: Square topped shield below date. mm pheon. AVF. 2.9g, 27mm dia. With old collector's label. (1 coin)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 22: ELIZABETH I. SIXPENCE, 1573. Obv: Larger bust left, rose behind. Rev: Square topped shield below date. mm ermine. AVF. 2.8g, 25mm dia. With old collector's label. (1 coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 23: ELIZABETH I. SIXPENCE, 1601. Obv: Bust left, rose behind. Rev: Square topped shield below date. mm 1. AVF. 3g, 26mm dia. With old collector's label "Ex Burstall 201". (1 coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 24: ELIZABETH I. THREEPENCE, 1568. Obv: Bust left, rose behind. Rev: Square topped shield below date. mm coronet. AVF. 1.3g, 19mm dia. With old collector's label. (1 coin)

Sold For: £35.00


Lot 25: CHARLES I. GROAT, 1638-42. Aberystwyth. Obv: Bust left between plumes and value. Rev: Oval garnished shield. mm book. GF. 2g, 23mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 26: CHARLES I. SCOTTISH TWELVE SHILLING, 1637-42. Falconer's second issue. Obv: Bust left with value behind. Rev: Crowned square topped shield with CR at sides, pellet and F above crown. mm thistle. F. 5.8g, 32mm dia. (1 coin)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 27: ELIZABETH II. GOLD FIVE POUNDS, 1998. Obv: Head right. Rev: St George and Dragon. In green velvet box of issue, with certificate no. 733. BU. (1 coin)

Sold For: £950.00


Lot 28: EDWARD VII. SOVEREIGN, 1904. Obv: Head right. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 29: EDWARD VII. SOVEREIGN, 1910. Obv: Head right. Rev: St George and Dragon. GF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 30: GEORGE V. SOVEREIGN, 1911. Obv: Head left. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £210.00


Lot 31: GEORGE V. SOVEREIGN, 1912. Obv: Head left. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £210.00


Lot 32: ELIZABETH II. SOVEREIGN, 1957. Obv: Laureate bust right. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 33: ELIZABETH II. SOVEREIGN, 1958. Obv: Laureate bust right. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 34: ELIZABETH II. SOVEREIGN, 1968. Obv: Laureate bust right. Rev: St George and Dragon. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £210.00


Lot 35: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN. SOVEREIGN, 1965. Obv: Bust right. Rev: Arms within band and legend. In box of issue. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 36: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN. SOVEREIGN, 1973. Obv: Bust right. Rev: St George and Dragon. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 37: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN. PROOF SOVEREIGN, 1980. Obv: Bust right. Rev: St George and Dragon. In box of issue, with certificate. (1 coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 38: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN. SOVEREIGN, 1981. Obv: Bust right. Rev: The Prince and Princess of Wales. In box of issue. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 39: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN. GOLD CROWN, 1980. Obv: Bust right. Rev: Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. With certificate. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 40: VICTORIA. HALF SOVEREIGN, 1887. Obv: Jubilee bust left. Rev: Crowned and garnished shield. AF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 41: VICTORIA. HALF SOVEREIGN, 1892. Obv: Jubilee bust left. Rev: Crowned and garnished shield. AEF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 42: VICTORIA. HALF SOVEREIGN, 1901. Obv: Veiled bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £120.00


Lot 43: GEORGE V. HALF SOVEREIGN, 1913. Obv: Bare head left. Rev: St George and Dragon. AEF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 44: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN HALF SOVEREIGN, 1973. Obv: Bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 45: ELIZABETH II. ISLE OF MAN HALF SOVEREIGN, 1973. Obv: Bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. UNC. (1 coin)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 46: CHARLES II. CROWN, 1662. Obv: Draped and laureate bust right, rose below. Rev: Crowned cruciform shields with interlinked C's in angles. Edge not dated. AVF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £240.00


Lot 47: WILLIAM III. CROWN, 1695. Obv: Draped and laureate bust right. Rev: Crowned cruciform shields. AF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 48: ANNE. CROWN, 1708 E. Obv: Draped bust left, E below. Rev: Crowned cruciform shields. GF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 49: GEORGE III. EMERGENCY BANK OF ENGLAND ISSUE. DOLLAR, 1794. Struck with a Spanish 8 Reales. Obv: Octagonal countermark with the portrait of George III. Rev: Crowned shield between pillars. Peru/Lima mint. VF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £300.00


Lot 50: GEORGE IV. CROWN, 1822. Obv: Laureate head left. Rev: St George and Dragon. SECUNDO on edge. GVF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £280.00


Lot 51: VICTORIA. CROWN, 1845. Obv: Young head left. Rev: Crowned shield within wreath. Cinquefoil stops, edge lettering weakly stuck. AVF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £55.00


Lot 52: VICTORIA. PROOF CROWN, 1887. Obv: Jubilee bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. Some light contact marks. (1 coin)

Sold For: £440.00


Lot 53: VICTORIA. CROWN, 1892. Obv: Jubilee bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. GVF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 54: VICTORIA. CROWN, 1894. Obv: Veiled bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. VF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 55: VICTORIA. CROWN, 1897. Obv: Veiled bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC, toned. (1 coin)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 56: VICTORIA. CROWN, 1900. Obv: Veiled bust left. Rev: St George and Dragon. GVF. (1 coin)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 57: EDWARD VII. CROWN, 1902. Obv: Bare head right. Rev: St George and Dragon. AUNC, toned. (1 coin)

Sold For: £170.00


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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Including the Martin Pye Collection of Encapsulated Coins, The Anthony Jaggard Collection of Coronation and Commemorative medals and the Keith Whittle Collection of Coronation and Commemorative medals

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