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12th-17th century A.D.. Group comprising: groats, halfgroats, silver pennies, halfpennies etc, including short cross, long voided cross, long cros...

16th-17th century A.D.. Group of pennies, half groats, threepences, and sixpences comprising: mixed issues and mints, including an Irish James I s...

1471-1483 A.D.. Obv: facing bust in tressure with EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC legend and 'small annulet' mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets ...

A collection of six silver hammered coins. Comprising two Edward VII pennies, a Commonwealth penny, half groat coins and two Rose farthings.

13th-20th century A.D.. Including a Death's Head tie-pin, Queen Mary groat, an Edward I penny, and a James II Gunmoney shilling from September 168...

16th-17th century A.D.. Group comprising: various issues and types, including Edward I pennies, a Mary groat, and Irish James I Sixpence. 24.09 g...

Hammered and later coinage to include Edward III 1351-52 hammered groat, London Mint, Elizabeth I hammered silver penny, Tower Mint, Elizabeth I h...

1464-1470 A.D.. First Reign, light coinage, Bristol mint. Obv: crowned facing bust, B below, quatrefoils each side of neck, within tressure of nin...

1351-1352 A.D.. Fourth coinage, series C. Obv: facing bust in tressure with +EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB legend. Rev: long cross and pellets...

1560-1561 A.D.. Second issue. Obv: profile bust with ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA legend and 'martlet' mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms wi...

WILLIAM IV silver groat 1836 vf

Four lower grade hammered silver coins. Comprising two Mary groats, 1571 sixpence and a 1572 threepence.

James V Scotland (1513-1542) Silver 1 Groat, Type III, Obverse: type III.7, usual ‘A,’ and usual ‘D,’ crowned bust right with open mantle, trefoil...

A Henry VIII silver hammered half groat, Tower mint

1553-1554 A.D.. Obv: profile bust with MARIA D G ANG FRA Z HIB REGI legend and 'pomegranate' mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms with VERITAS TEMP...

A scarce 1694 William and Mary farthing and silver coins in a tub of assorted GB decimal and pre-decimal coins in mixed lower grades, bagged to in...

SELECTION OF VARIOUS WORLD COINAGE TO INCLUDE 1876 1 MARK, 1836 WILLIAM IV GROAT, 1826 GEORGE IV SHILLING (RUBBED AND MADE INTO PENDANT), 1916 CAN...

SELECTION OF BRITISH SILVER COINAGE OF MOSTLY MAUNDY ODDMENTS TO INCLUDE 1717 GEORGE II FOURPENCE, 1836 VICTORIA GROAT/FOURPENCE, 1908 EDWARD VI F...

An Elizabeth I silver sixpence, an Elizabeth I silver half groat and a WIlliam and Mary silver half crown. The half groat and the half crown, date...

An Elizabeth I silver hammered half-groat

Edward III (1327-77), fourth coinage, pre-treaty period, 1351-61, two silver groats, and two other Edward III silver groats (4)

Five Edward III (1327-77) hammered coins, to include three silver groats, half groat, and penny (5)

Tudor silver (2): Henry VII Halfgroat of Canterbury, mm. tun, rosette stops, S.2210, short of flan nVF; along with Mary Groat mm. pomegranate, S.2...

Edward IV Light Coinage silver Groat of London, probably S.2000 (quatrefoils at neck), no eye after TAS. 2.51g. Slightly short of flan nF.

Groat 1838 EF/GEF

Groat 1845 iridescent toned UNC

GB silver Groats (6) Victorian, mixed grade.

Edward IV Light Coinage silver Groat of York 1464-70, mm. lis/sun (105/28), E on breast, quatrefoils by bust. 2.59g. S.2012. NVF

Groat 1842 iridescent toned GEF

Groat 1846 AU, uneven flan.

Elizabeth I Second Issue 1560-1 silver Groat mm. cross-crosslet, 1.90g, S.2556, toned VF, nice example.

GB Silver Threepences (16) and Groats (3); 19th-early 20thC, F to EF

Elizabeth I Second Issue 1560-1 silver Groat mm. cross-crosslet, 2.00g, S.2556, crinkled and slightly scuffed GF

Edward III pre-treaty 1351-61 silver Groat of London, annulet in quarter below DON. 4.58g. N1194; S1570, VF/GVF. Ex DNW auction(?) lot 106.

Henry VIII silver Groat mm. lis, Laker bust D, S.2337E, 2.49g, F-GF

Edward IV Light Coinage silver Groat of London, mm. crown (74), quatrefoils by neck, S.2000, 2.76g. Plugged above the portrait, otherwise nVF

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