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British Iron Age, GALLO-BELGIC, Quarter-stater, series B [Nervii], incuse punch, rev. horse left, rider or charioteer above, lyre (?) below, 1.84g...

British Iron Age, ATREBATES AND REGNI, Early Uninscribed issues, Quarter-Stater, British Qc [Remic type], degraded head of Apollo, rev. triple-tai...

British Iron Age, CATUVELLAUNI, Cunobelin, Quarter-stater, Classic type, corn ear dividing ca mv, voluted leaves at base, rev. horse prancing righ...

Early Anglo-Saxon Period, Kings of Dumnonia, cast Potin, c. 420-60, diademed and bearded head left, …vi (?) in front, rev. standing figure holding...

Early Anglo-Saxon Period, Sceatta, Primary series BIIIA, diademed head right, rev. linear bird on cross, ringed pellets on cross arms, trefoil of ...

Early Anglo-Saxon Period, Sceatta, Primary series C2II, possibly imitative, radiate bust right with triangular nose, annulet either side of neck, ...

Early Anglo-Saxon Period, Sceatta, ‘Saroaldo’ type, disintegrated head right, long erect hair, beaded neck and collar, rev. saltire pommée in bead...

Early Anglo-Saxon Period, Sceatta, Secondary series R3, radiate bust right, annulet and chevrons behind, rev. standard, unbarred cross pommée each...

Archbishops of York, Wigmund (837-49), Styca, Edilveard, vigmvnd arep, cross, rev. edilveard, cross, 1.18g (S 870; N 196). Very fine, green patin...

Kings of Mercia, Offa (757-96), Penny, Light coinage, London, Æthelweald, + offa rex +, diademed bust right, rev. edelvvald, jewel cross, inner ci...

Kings of Mercia, Beornwulf (823-5), Penny, Gp II, London, Ceolheard, beor[–]vvlf rex ierci, alpha-omega monogram, rx monogram to left, o or ? to r...

Kings of Wessex, Ecgberht (802-39), Penny, Dorob C Phase [III], Canterbury, Bosel, ecgberht rex around draped and diademed bust right breaking inn...

Eadgar (959-975), Two Line type [HR 2], North Western style, Aldewine, aldepine m, rosette above and below, two annulets and cross between, 1.53g/...

Æthelred II (978-1016), Penny, First Hand type, London, Leofric, leofric m’o lvnd, 1.41g/9h (SCBI Copenhagen 872; BEH –; N 766; S 1144). Peckmarke...

Æthelred II (978-1016), Penny, Long Cross type, Stamford, Æscwig, ascpig m¯o sta, 1.23g/6h (BEH 3452; N 774; S 1151). Some creasing, otherwise abo...

Cnut (1016-1035), Penny, Jewel Cross type, in the name of Cnut, London, Spræclinc, sraealin on l[—]d :·, 0.91g/6h (BEH –; N 797; S 1160). Flan cra...

Edward the Confessor (1042-1066), Penny, Hammer Cross type, York, Snæbjorn, sneborn on eof, annulet in first quarter, 1.36g/4h (Freeman 338; SCBI ...

William I (1066-1087), Penny, Two Sceptres type [BMC IV], Bristol, Leofwine, leofpine on brici, 1.26g/6h (Allen, BNJ 2012, p.70; BMC 226; N 844; S...

Stephen (1135-1154), Penny, Cross Moline type [BMC I], mint and moneyer uncertain, 1.03g (N 873; S 1278). Clipped, otherwise good fine with a reas...

Henry II (1154-1189), Short Cross coinage, Penny, class 1b, Northampton, Willelm, willelm : on : nor, 1.28g/3h (SCBI Mass 440ff; N 963; S 1344). A...

John (1199-1216), Short Cross coinage, Penny, class 6a, London, Rauf, ravf · on · lvn, 1.35g/9h (SCBI Mass 1749ff; N 974; S 1353). About very fine...

Edward III (1327-1377), Pre-Treaty period, Halfgroat, Series C/B mule, London, mm. cross 1, no stops, closed es and cs, no trefoils over crown, re...

Edward III (1327-1377), Pre-Treaty period, Halfgroat, series F, London, mm. crown, 2.24g/3h (DIG 6/4; N 1175; S 1577). Very fine £60-£80

Edward III (1327-1377), Treaty period, Quarter-Noble, London, mm. cross potent, lis in centre of rev. curule x both sides, 1.71g/3h (SCBI Scheider...

Henry IV (1399-1413), Light coinage, Primary series, Penny, York, Abp Bower, annulet on breast, quatrefoil in centre, annulet before rev. legend, ...

Henry VI (First reign, 1422-1461), Annulet issue, Groat, Calais, mm. cross II, fleur on breast, 3.67g/3h (N 1424; S 1836). Edge slightly ragged be...

Richard III (1483-1485), Penny, Durham, Bp Sherwood, mm. lis on obv. only, s on breast, reversed d in centre of rev., 0.55g/6h (Allen 190; Stewart...

Richard III (1483-1485), Penny, Durham, Bp Sherwood, mm. lis on obv. only, s on breast, reversed d in centre of rev., 0.55g/6h (Allen 190; Stewart...

Henry VII (1485-1509), Profile issue, Groat, regular type, mm. pheon, 2.70g/6h (N 1747; S 2258). Good fine, but scuff in front of face £100-£...

Henry VIII (1509-1547), Second coinage, Penny, Durham, Bp Thomas Wolsey, mm. trefoil?, on obv. only, tw by shield, cardinal’s hat below, lis on sh...

Edward VI (1547-1553), Third period, Fine issue, Shilling, mm. tun, 5.52g/11h (N 1937; S 2482). Some weakness, otherwise good fine, toned £120-...

Mary (1553-1554), Groat, mm. pomegranate, 1.93g/1h (N 1960; S 2492). Good fine but of bright appearance £200-£260

James I (1603-1625), Second coinage, Rose Ryal, mm. cinquefoil (over trefoil over tower over mullet over coronet on obv., over trefoil over tower ...

Charles I (1625-1649), Tower mint, Double Crown, Gp B, class 2, mm. negro’s head, bust 2a, reads mag’ bri’ fr’, 4.49g/10h (RCL 2209, same obv. die...

Charles I (1625-1649), Tower mint, Shilling, Gp B, type 1b, mm. anchor, bust 3, colon stops on obv., plume over shield, 5.73g/8h (Sharp B3/2; SCBI...

Charles I (1625-1649), Tower mint, Shilling, Gp B, type 1b, mm. heart, bust 5, bust breaks inner circle and legend, reads ma, plume over shield, o...

Charles I (1625-1649), York mint, Shilling, Gp 2 [type 4], mm. lion, large bust of fine style, value flanked by lozenges, crowned oval garnished s...

William and Mary (1688-1694), Guinea, 1692 (MCE 154; S 3426). About fine £1,000-£1,200

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1695, first bust, edge octavo (ESC 991 [87]; S 3470). About fine £80-£100

William III (1694-1702), Sixpence, 1696, first bust, early harp (ESC 1202 [1533]; S 3520). Extremely fine £120-£150

William III (1694-1702), Sixpence, 1697, third bust, large crowns, ordinary harp (ESC 1566; S 3538). Light haymarking on reverse, otherwise virtua...

William III (1694-1702), Halfpenny, date illegible, obv. reads gvlielmvs dei gratia, 7.68g (cf. SNC Februrary 2001, MC 0226; BMC –; S –). Poor but...

Anne (1702-1714), Halfcrown, 1709, plain, edge octavo (ESC 1371 [579]; S 3604). Obverse good fine, reverse about very fine, toned [slabbed NGC XF ...

George II (1727-1760), Five Guineas, 1729 eic, edge tertio (MCE 279; S 3664). About very fine, reverse better £5,000-£6,000

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1768, third bust (MCE 373; S 3727). Small scuff in obverse field, otherwise good very fine £700-£900

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1782, fourth bust (MCE 386; S 3728). Some light surface marks, otherwise about extremely fine £600-£800

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1787, fifth bust (MCE 391; S 3729). Extremely fine, some residual mint bloom £800-£1,000

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1792, fifth bust (MCE 396; S 3729). Extremely fine £900-£1,000

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1794, fifth bust (MCE 398; S 3729). Some light surface marks, otherwise about extremely fine, some mint bloom £8...

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1798, fifth bust (MCE 402; S 3729). Good extremely fine, with original brilliance £1,000-£1,200

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1798, fifth bust (MCE 402; S 3729). About very fine, but pierced and plugged at 11 o’clock £400-£500

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1817, large head (ESC 2090 [616]; S 3788). Minor edge nicks, otherwise about extremely fine £150-£200

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1820 (ESC 2157 [1236]; S 3790). Minor hairlines, otherwise virtually as struck £100-£150

George IV (1820-1830), Two Pounds, 1823, edge iv (S 3798). A few light surface marks, otherwise good extremely fine, mint bloom £2,400-£3,000

George IV (1820-1830), Sovereign, 1821 (M 5; S 3800). Good fine £500-£600

George IV (1820-1830), Sovereign, 1821 (M 5; S 3800). Has been gilt, otherwise very fine £300-£400

George IV (1820-1830), Sovereign, 1822 (M 6; S 3800). Good very fine £800-£1,000

George IV (1820-1830), Sovereign, 1826 (M 11; S 3801). A few light surface marks, otherwise good very fine £700-£900

George IV (1820-1830), Half-Sovereign, 1821 (M 403; S 3802). Extremely fine with proof-like fields, very rare £3,400-£4,000

George IV (1820-1830), Halfcrown, 1820 (ESC 2357 [628]; S 3807). About extremely fine, but previously cleaned and with a minor obverse edge bruise...

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