Led by specialist Timothy Medhurst, Duke’s coin and medal department has grown exponentially in recent years. With two comprehensively catalogued specialist auctions a year, Duke’s are able to handle early mediaeval coins through to modern proof sets, together with commemorative medals and medallions. For further information please contact the department.
Charles I, 1625-49. AR Pound (52mm,120g). Attributed to Thomas Rawlins. Declaration Type. Oxford Mint; im: plume (with bands). GVF, attractive and striking example with natural dark toning, light wear only visible on highest points. Very rare.
Sold for £56,120
A rare and important Russian commemorative medal. Transportation of the granite monolith for the monument to Peter I, 1770, struck in gold, by J.C.G.Jaeger.
Provenance: The Batten Family, Church Farm, Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset
Sold for £97,600
America, Cent, 1794. 'Liberty Cap' type. Head right above date, value within wreath on reverse, 'ONE HUNDRED FOR A DOLLAR' on edge. EF, an attractive colour with underlying lustre, obverse slightly off center.
Sold for £11,225
Including a private collection of tin plate trains and accessories from a Noble European Family
Including the Cellar of the Late Sir Antony Jay