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Lot 1335

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CELTIC ENGLAND, Belgic migration, Amorican billon stater, North-West Gaul (70-50 BC), Class III, (6.33g), obverse Celticized head to right, reverse Celticized horse to right (S.16). ...

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Estimate $150
Current Bid $90
1 bidder

Lot 1336

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

SOUTH WESTERN BRITAIN, uninscribed issue, Durotriges tribal issues, Abstract type, (c45-40 BC), silver stater, (5.32g), obverse abstracted head of Apollo to right, reverse Celticized disjointed ...

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Estimate $300

Lot 1337

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

ANCIENT BRITAIN, North Eastern Region, Uninscribed coins, Corieltauvi, Proto Boar with spear, Rich type 2, (c.55-45 B.C.), silver unit, (1.42 g), obv. boar to right, ...

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Estimate $450

Lot 1338

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CELTIC, Iceni, early uninscribed silver unit, c60 AD, (1.19g), obverse face to right, reverse horse regular type, to right, (S.434, M.413/d, V.790-94, BMC.3556-3759[74]). Good very ...

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Estimate $200
Current Bid $120
1 bidder

Lot 1339

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CELTIC, Iceni Coinage, Anted coinage, (A.D. 1-25), silver unit, (1.23 g), obv. double crescent emblem, rev. Celticized horse to right, with traces of ANTED monogram ...

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Estimate $100
Current Bid $60
1 bidder

Lot 1340

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

KINGS OF NORTHUMBIA, Aethelred II, first reign 841-844, styca, moneyer WENDELBERHT (S.865): Archbishop of York, Wigmund, 837-850, styca, moneyer ETHELWEARD (S.870). Fine. (2)

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Estimate $100

Lot 1341

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

STEPHEN, (1135-1154), silver penny, Watford type local dies, issued c1136-1145, BMC i, Mack 24m, Norwich mint, obv. around +S[TI]EFNE...; rev. [WAL]TIER:ON:N[ORP] (Waltier of Norwich), (S.1278; ...

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Estimate $150

Lot 1342

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

HENRY III, (1216-1272), Long Cross penny, class 5aI, Nicole on Cant (Nicole of Canterbury) (S.1367); Queen Victoria, double florin, 1887 (S.3923). Toned, nearly very fine. ...

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Estimate $100

Lot 1343

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

HENRY III, (1216-1272), Long Cross penny, William of Canterbury; Edward I, (1272-1307), penny class Vd Canterbury; Edward II, (1307-1327), penny, London; Henry VIII, (1507-1547), groat, ...

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Estimate $200

Lot 1344

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

EDWARD I, 1272-1307, pennies, London classes 3 and 10 (S.1390, 1412); Scotland, Alexander III, 1249-1286, penny (S.5057). First cracked, otherwise fine - good fine. (3) ...

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Estimate $100

Lot 1345

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

EDWARD I, (1272-1307), pennies (2); Elizabeth I, sixpence, 1575 mm eglantine, threepence, 1580, mm sword; Charles I, half groat, mm sun; France, Charles X, douzain, ...

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Estimate $100

Lot 1346

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

EDWARD VI, (1547-1553), fine silver issue, 1551-3, silver halfcrown, 1551, mm Y (S.2479; N.1934). Red and blue tone, large broad flan, weakness in centre of ...

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Estimate $2,500
Current Bid $1,500
1 bidder

Lot 1347

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

EDWARD VI, (1547-1553), fine silver issue, 1551-3, shilling, mm tun (S.2482). Dents and small edge crack, otherwise clear portrait, nearly very fine.

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Estimate $250

Lot 1348

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

PHILIP AND MARY, (1554-1558), shilling, 1554, with full titles, (S.2500, N.1967). Toned, nearly very fine, scarce.

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Estimate $1,250
Current Bid $750
1 bidder

Lot 1349

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

JAMES I, (1603-1625), third coinage, silver crown, mm trefoil, issued 1624 (S.2664; N.2120; Cooper X/XVIII). Good very fine and rare.

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Estimate $3,500
Current Bid $2,100
1 bidder

Lot 1350

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES I, (1625-1649), Tower Mint, shilling, type 3a, mm tun (S.2791), penny, under Parliament, group G, mm not visible (S.2850). Very good; Very fine. (2)

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Estimate $60
Current Bid $50
2 bidders

Lot 1351

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES I, (1625-1649), Bristol mint, halfcrown, (14.37g), 1644, obverse Bristol horseman, Shewsbury plume behind, Br monogram below horse, reverse three Bristol plumes above declaration, date ...

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Estimate $3,000
Current Bid $3,000
2 bidders

Lot 1352

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

OLIVER CROMWELL, crown, 1658 (S.3226). Early stage of die break, attractive dark blue and reddish grey toning, extremely fine or better, and rare.

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Estimate $10,000
Current Bid $6,600
2 bidders

Lot 1353

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

OLIVER CROMWELL, halfcrown, 1658 (S.3227A). Light grey iridescent toning, proof-like virtually mint state, choice uncirculated and rare, one of the finest known.

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Estimate $6,000
Current Bid $17,500
3 bidders

Lot 1354

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

OLIVER CROMWELL, halfcrown, 1658 (S.3227A). Attractively toned, extremely fine and rare.

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Estimate $5,000
Current Bid $3,000
1 bidder

Lot 1355

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

OLIVER CROMWELL, shilling, 1658 (S.3228). Attractive blue grey and iridescent tone, extremely fine or better and rare.

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Estimate $4,000
Current Bid $2,700
2 bidders

Lot 1356

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

OLIVER CROMWELL, shilling, 1658 (S.3228). Attractively toned with reflective fields, nearly extremely fine/extremely fine and rare.

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Estimate $4,000
Current Bid $2,400
1 bidder

Lot 1357

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES II, hammered coinage, 1660-2, first issue shilling, mm crown (S.3308, N.2762, ESC 1009). Round, light grey delightful tone, very fine/good very fine and rare.

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Estimate $3,000
Current Bid $1,800
1 bidder

Lot 1358

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES II, shilling, first bust variety, 1663 (S.3372). Fine.

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Estimate $200
Current Bid $120
1 bidder

Lot 1359

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES II, pattern farthing in silver, 1665, obv. CAROLVS A CAROLO, laureate and cuirassed bust to left, with long hair, rev. Britannia seated to left, ...

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Estimate $700

Lot 1360

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES II - ANNE, Maundy oddments, twopence, undated (S.3387), penny, 1679 (S.3390); fourpence, 1690 6 over 5 (S.3439), twopence, 1713 (S.3597A). Fine - extremely fine. ...

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Estimate $100
Current Bid $60
1 bidder

Lot 1361

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

CHARLES II - GEORGE IV, fourpences, 1679 (S.3384), 1689 (S.3439, GV below bust); halfcrown, 1689 (S.3434) (2), 1746 Lima (S.3695A); crown 1696 octavo (S.3470); farthing ...

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Estimate $200
Current Bid $120
1 bidder

Lot 1362

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

WILLIAM III, halfcrown, first bust, 1696B (Bristol) (S.3476). Striking weaknesses, otherwise good fine.

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Estimate $200

Lot 1363

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

WILLIAM III, halfcrown, first bust, large shields, 1697E (Exeter) (S.3490); halfpennies, 1697 (S.3554), 1700 (S.3556); farthing, 1700 (S.3557); George I, halfpenny, 1718 (S.3659). Very good ...

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Estimate $200

Lot 1364

Sale 118   Great Britain Silver & Bronze

WILLIAM III, halfcrown, first bust, 1698 decimo (S.3494). Adjustment marks on the reverse, otherwise attractive peripheral tone, nearly extremely fine.

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Estimate $400