antiques & fine art sale

20th March 2019

Lot 1

A large quantity of Victorian, Edwardian and George V pennies, and a large quantity of commemorative crowns to include two proof souvenir medals.

Sold for £42

Lot 2

A small collection of Victoria Edwardian and George V white metal commemorative medallions, to include a silver example commemorating Victoria's 1897 Diamond Jubilee, three white metal medallions commemorating the Longest British Reign, each upon a gilt metal crown suspension pin, four commemorating the Coronation of Edward VII, one for the Coronation of George V and a small Edward VII Coronation lapel badge, good grades (10).

Sold for £25

Lot 3

Edward VII 1905 half crown, Obv: profile bust right with legend, Rev: crowned arms within garter and legend, date clear, fine, rare (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 4

A George III crown, 1819, a George IV shilling, 1826, a George VI half crown, 1942, and American half dollar, 1964 and a Peruvian 1 Sol, 1926, mixed grades.

Sold for £22

Lot 5

A Victorian white metal medallion commemorating the Leviathan steam ship, a further white metal medallion commemorating the birth of the Prince of Wales born November 1841 and christened at Windsor 1842, and four other Royal commemorative medallions.

Sold for £8

Lot 6

Victoria-George VI 41 pre-1920 threepences, 34 post-1919 threepences, a Victorian Jubilee head crown 1889 and half crown 1887, an Italian silver 500 lira and an 1893 Columbian Exposition Chicago Silver Medal, various dates and grades.

Sold for £48

Lot 7

Six silver proof commemoratives, comprising 2 Queen Mother 90th Anniversary crowns, 2 National Trust crown size commemoratives,
Silver Jubilee crown, a Charles & Diana silver proof crown and a bronze National Trust Centenary Medal, all issued by The Royal Mint and in original cases of issue.

Sold for £50

Lot 8

A collection of British and World coins and tokens, to include a Bank of Upper Canada 1 penny token 1857, traces of lustre, a framed and mounted Victorian 4 pence, 2 pence and 1 pence 1885, mounted with an 1846 4 pence and 1913 1/3 farthing, 1970 coinage of Great Britain proof set, George III and Victorian pennies and farthings, 2 Colonial Indian silver coins and others, mixed grades and dates.

Sold for £75

Lot 9

British and World banknotes, to include Series "C" £5 and £1 portrait notes, 10 shilling notes, and other countries to include Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Canada, Austria, Zimbabwe, etc., the majority in used or folded condition.

Sold for £40

Lot 10

Silver proof crowns commemorating 80 years of The Reign of Elizabeth II, all encapsulated and with certificates, two further silver proof crowns to include a 1977 Silver Jubilee and a Tristan de Cunha £5 2007, 3 x cupronickel £5 coins, a proof commemorative crown and four further commemorative crowns, all within a fitted presentation box.

Lot 11

British and World coins, to include a 1935 crown, 1921 Morgan dollar, 1924 Peace dollar, two silver content half dollars, a George V & Queen Mary Jubilee Medal, eleven Victorian and later silver threepences, an 1830 penny token for public accommodation (probably for John McTurk, Isle of Man) and other low denomination coins.

Sold for £65

Lot 12

A Papal lead bulla of Pope John 22nd (circa 1316-1334), the obverse with busts of St Paul and St Peter beneath Spaspe, the reverse Johannes ppXXII, 37 cm diameter, 5 mm thick.

Sold for £70

Lot 13

William & Mary copper half penny, a George III "Cartwheel" two pence", quantity of George III and later pennies and farthings, a German three pfennig coin dated 1703, a jeton, two Norwich tokens - one for H Colman, the other for Ladyman Tea Dealer and a Co-operative six penny token.

Sold for £50

Lot 14

A quantity of British and World coins, to include an 1887 Morgan dollar, a Spanish 5 pesetas dated 1892, and other British silver content coins all of various dates and grades.

Sold for £65

Lot 15

The Commander Bayley Cup Winners Medal, the reverse decorated with a footballer within a shield framed by a band titled "Commander Bayley Cup Competition" against a blue enamel background, the reverse engraved "Winners 1936-7", with suspension loop, 28 mm diameter.

Sold for £20

Lot 16

A silver commemorative medal for The National Gas Congress and Exhibition 1913, the obverse depicting Phaethon in a chariot with four horses inscribed "Heating, Lighting, Cooking and Power", the reverse "To celebrate the centenary of public gas supply and Jubilee of the Institution of Gas Engineers 1913" within a ribbon tied wreath, the medal by Vaughtons, on a suspension loop, 35 mm diameter.

Sold for £20

Lot 17

A French silver coloured metal token for The Sun Company Insurance, the obverse with Medusa's head within a large sun ray inscribed "Compagnie du Soleil Assurances", the reverse inscribed "Decernee a Mister Maine de St Pierre-les-Calais Incendie du Fevriere 1866, 36 mm diameter.

Sold for £20

Lot 18

An early 19th century Dutch silver metal medal, the obverse with Minerva seated beneath a tree accepting a book beneath legend "Tot nut van't Algemeen", the reverse with legend "Terprys der Maatschappij" and struck within an oak wreath tied with a ribbon "aan Augustus Maine den Eight sten van Oogstmaand 1820 and inscribed in Dutch to the edge "Voor Edelmoedige Daden (for generous deeds)", 39 mm diameter (pierced).

Sold for £40

Lot 19

Edward IV Groat, London, mm Sun, 1465, quatrefoils on neck, 25 mm diameter, VF (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 20

A small quantity of collectors coins, to include a Victorian one penny model, an Irish silver 5 pence bank token, 1805, an American Indian head 1862 cent, a 1914 2 Lire and a German copper token for Henrich (sic) Depsern in Elbeshausen, 1604 F-VF (5).

Sold for £30

Lot 21

Victoria - two sovereigns, young head 1872 and jubilee head 1892S, VF+ (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 22

Victoria - two old veiled head sovereigns, 1893M and 1895, VF+ (see illustration).

Sold for £410

Lot 23

Edward VII - sovereign, 1906, almost EF.

Sold for £190

Lot 24

George V sovereign, 1928SA, EF.

Sold for £210

Lot 25

George IV £2, 1823, large bare head L, Rev. St George and the Dragon, VF-EF (see illustration).

Sold for £1300

Lot 26

A Tonga half Koula, 1962, Obv: standing portrait of Queen Salote with legend Salote Tupou III, Rev: with a Tongan coat of arms and denomination, 30 mm diameter, 16.3 grams, UNC (see illustration).

Sold for £375

Lot 27

Tonga - quarter Koula, 1962, Obv: bust facing right with legend to Salote Tupou III, Rev: Tongan coat of arms with denomination, 22 mm diameter, 8.2 grams, UNC.

Sold for £200

Lot 28

A Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Platinum medallion, 1977, Obv: Portrait of the Queen, seated facing on a throne holding a sceptre and mace, Rev: Tudor rose in a stylised crown and inscription Vivat Regina 1952-1977 numbered 24, 57 mm. 180 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £3100

Lot 29

Sierra Leone - 5th Anniversary of Independence, 1961-1966 three gold coin set, comprising Golde, half-Golde and quarter-Golde, Obv: outline of the country - "Sierra Leone land of iron and diamonds", Rev: lion facing, legend to the border, un-circulated, in original box of issue (see illustration).

Sold for £2100

Lot 30

Sierre Leone - 5th Anniversary of Independence 1961-1966, half Golde, Obv: outline of the country titled "Sierra Leone, land of iron and diamonds", Rev: lion facing with legend to the border, un-circulated, in original box of issue (see illustration).

Sold for £600

Lot 31

Republic of Malta, two silver proof three coin sets, 1977, denominations 5 Maltese Lire, 2 Maltese Lire and 1 Maltese Lire, each in sealed plastic and with original case of issue, limited edition of 2500 UNC.

Sold for £110

Lot 32

Spain - Ludovicus I (Luis I), two silver reales 1724, Segovia mint, Obv: Crowned arms with legend, Rev: Cross with castles and lions in quarters: Hispaniarum Rex 1724, VF+.

Sold for £40

Lot 33

Great Britain - seven crowns, 1891, 1893, 1902, 1935, 1937 and two 1951 (35 and 37 high grades).

Sold for £95

Lot 34

Great Britain a quantity of pre-1945 silver content coins, to include twenty half crowns, seven florins, five shillings, twenty five silver sixpences, five silver threepences, a Norwegian silver medallion commemorating Crown Prince Harold and Princess Sonia of Norway and other coins.

Sold for £140

Lot 35

A Provincial banknote, Workington Bank One Guinea, dated 3rd April 1809, for Wood Smith Stein & Co,

Sold for £50

Lot 36

A collection of predominantly British, Dutch and American coins, to include a quantity of silver content florins, shillings, sixpences and threepences and Dutch 2½ and 1 golden, to include a commemorative 10 golden coin, a quantity of pre-decimal Victorian and later pennies and half pennies etc, a "Cartwheel" one penny, assorted commemorative and miscellaneous bank notes.

Sold for £180

Lot 37

The Genius of Rembrandt, fifty sterling silver proof medals, struck by John Pinches, Limited Edition number 579, each 51 mm diameter, all within a fitted five drawer wooden cabinet with brass turned handles and side carrying handles.

Sold for £720

Lot 38

Two x 20 Balboas silver proof coins, 1974 issued by the Franklin Mint, each encapsulated and within presentation box with certificate, 61 mm diameter.

Sold for £70

Lot 39

The Commonwealth of The Bahama Islands proof set, 1973, $5 to 1 cent, issued by the Franklin Mint, in fitted presentation case with certificates, uncirculated, Medallic First Day Covers to include Day of The Concorde and The Apollo Soyuz Space Mission, HRH The Princess Anne and Captain Mark Philips Wedding and other coins.

Sold for £30

Lot 40

A set of six silver proof oval portrait medallions of The Royal Family, John Pinches, London 1972, each with inscribed names verso, 51 mm x 40 mm, each 45.5 grams, in fitted presentation case.

Sold for £55

Lot 41

An Isle of Man sovereign, 1973, issued by the Pobjoy Mint, and a miniature gold £5 to commemorate The Silver Wedding of Elizabeth II 1972, 14 mm diameter.

Sold for £220

Lot 42

British Commemorative Society, thirty five fine silver medals, commemorating Historic Individuals and Events, all encapsulated in plastic cases with descriptive label, numbers 1-30 housed within fitted presentation cases, approx 45 mm diameter.

Sold for £320

Lot 43

Henry VIII half groat, second coinage 1526-44, York mint, Archbishop Wolsey, 15 mm diameter, VF.

Sold for £130

Lot 44

Queen Mary (1553-54) groat, crowned bust L, Rev: Veritas etc: MM pomegranate, full round flan and clear legends both sides, almost VF (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 45

Edward VI (1547-53) a fine silver issue shilling, facing bust, rose L. Value XII r, mm tun (1551-53) almost VF (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 46

Elizabeth I (1558-1603) shilling, 7th issue (1601/2, bust 6B, mm1), F/VG.

Sold for £85

Lot 47

James I (1603-25) second coinage shilling, third bust, value XII l, mm lis (1604/5). F/VG.

Sold for £95

Lot 48

Charles I (1625-49) Tower Mint shilling, bust L, mm harp (1632-33), crown intrudes on legend, F.

Sold for £60

Lot 49

Charles I (1625-49) half groat, mm triangle (1639/40) and a Charles II, 1660-85, four pence, 1680, F/VF.

Sold for £20

Lot 50

James II (1685-88) threepence, 1687/6, Laureate head L. Rev: III crowned VF.

Sold for £42

Lot 51

Charles II (1660-1685) half crown, fourth bust, Vicesimo Octavo, 1676, F.

Sold for £70

Lot 52

William & Mary (1688-94) half crown, first busts, 1689 Primo, first crowned shield, Caul not frosted but with pearls to edge, F+/VF.

Sold for £75

Lot 53

Queen Anne (1702-14) half crown, Edinburgh Mint, second bust, 1708 Septimo, Obv: draped bust E below, Rev: crowned cruciform shields, F+/VF, and a Queen Anne 1703 Vigo crown (the reverse with the remnants of a soldered brooch mount).

Sold for £85

Lot 54

Victoria (1837-1901) 1887 Jubilee head half crown, VF, three crowns, 1889 (with jewellery mount marks), 1891 and 1893, and 1887 double florin, George V frosted silver Coronation medal, three Victorian and later silver sixpences and seven threepences.

Sold for £65

Lot 55

George I - Victoria ten shillings, to include 1723 SSC in angles, 1816, 1819, 1873 (die number 65), and two high grade jubilee head 1887 F/EF (10).

Sold for £55

Lot 56

United States Washington and Independence token, 1783, James VI of Scotland, silver thistle Merk, 1602, a William and Mary copper farthing, 1694, a William III copper half penny, and a William III copper farthing 1699 (5).

Sold for £38

Lot 57

A Charles I (1625-49) shilling, (1639/40), Obv: bust l, value XII r, Rev: garnished shield, F/G.

Sold for £40

Lot 58

Hadrian - Billon Tetradrachm Alexandria, Egypt Obv: bust r, Rev: Serapis enthroned left, reaching out towards Kerberos, sceptre in left, 23 mm diameter: Bruttium, The Bretti, circa 215-205 BC, bronze Didrachm, Obv: helmeted Ares l, Rev: Hera Hoplosmia, standing in long chiton holding a shield, 25 mm. and a Sestertius of Antonius Pius Obv: bust r, Rev: the emperor standing clasping the hand of his wife Faustina the elder, she holds a scepter and he a statuette of the Goddess Concordia below the figures of Faustina the younger and her husband Marcus Aurelius, circa 140 2AD, 32 mm diameter.

Lot 59

George V sovereign, 1912.

Sold for £210

Lot 60

Queen Elizabeth seven Bank of England £1 notes, to include three consecutive numbers prefix AN26 base 726380-726382 and CY03 084804-084805 and two others, Chief Cashier Somerset, 5 Unc.

Sold for £10

Lot 61

Victoria gold sovereign, 1891S.

Sold for £210

Lot 62

Victoria Maundy set, 1891, Jubilee head 4p-1p in later Maundy presentation box.

Sold for £95

Lot 63

George VI specimen coins 1937, crown to Maundy 1p, fifteen coin set in original presentation case issued by the Royal Mint (see illustration).

Lot 64

George III two bank token 3 shillings, 1811 and 1812, Obv: Laureate bust right, Rev: denomination within oak leaf wreath, VF.

Sold for £55

Lot 65

Victoria Maundy set, 1899, old veiled head, 4p-1p, in later presentation case.

Sold for £80

Lot 66

George III two bank token 3 shillings, 1812 and 1813, second laureate bust, right, Rev: bank token shilling, 1812/13, within a wreath of oak and olive leaves. VF+.

Sold for £100

Lot 67

George III three bank token 1 shilling 6 pence, two x 1812 first bust, one x 1813 second bust. VF.

Sold for £80

Lot 68

George II - George III sixpence 1758, shilling 1745 Lima, with semee of hearts, shilling 1787, crowns in angles, shilling 1817 and a crown, 1819 (jewellery mount marks on Obv), F-VF (5).

Sold for £65

Lot 69

Victoria Maundy set, 1900, old veiled head, 4p-1p, in later Maundy money presentation case, VF.

Sold for £75

Lot 70

United States of America, one gold dollar, 1852, Obv: Liberty bust left framed by 13 stars, Rev: one dollar 1852 within olive wreath with berries, F+.

Sold for £90

Lot 71

Edward III (1335-43), groat, London, mm Cross Pattee, pierced.

Sold for £35

Lot 72

Elizabeth I (1558-1603) sixpence, 1596, F.

Sold for £65

Lot 73

Edward I (1272-1307) long cross silver penny, London Mint, and a Richard II (1377-99) York Mint silver penny.

Sold for £42

Lot 74

Edward III silver half penny, London Mint, an Elizabeth I silver three farthings, London Mint, no date, pierced, and a Charles I copper rose farthing.

Sold for £60

Lot 75

Edward VI silver shilling, facing bust, rose L, value XII r, mm tun, F.

Sold for £120

Lot 76

Henry VII (1485-1509) half groat, Canterbury Mint, mm tun (1493-95), almost VF.

Sold for £65

Lot 77

Henry III (1216-72) silver penny, short cross type, crown head facing, sceptre to left, F+.

Sold for £30

Lot 78

John (1199-1216) silver short cross penny, crowned head, sceptre left, pelleted curls, VF.

Sold for £95

Lot 79

Henry VII (1485-1509) half groat, York, Archbishop Savage, mm martlet (1504-09), Obv., crowned bust facing, keys at neck: Rev., long cross with three pellets in each angle, almost VF.

Sold for £50

Lot 80

Edward IV (1461-70) first reign (1461-70) groat, facing bust, quatrefoils by neck, mm crown (1468-09).

Sold for £50

Lot 81

Elizabeth I (1558-1603) threepence, 1575, mm Eglantine (1573-8), crowned bust rose r, a Charles I shilling, mm tun (1636-8) and a Charles I sixpence, circa 1642-49, excessively clipped (3).

Sold for £35

Lot 82

Netherlands Ducaton "Rider", 1711, De Liefde Shipwreck, this coin was recovered from the wreck of the Dutch East India Man "de Liefde" on the Mio Ness rocks out Skerries, November 1711, F+-VF. and a East India Company "ten cash" coin, 1808, mounted within a perspex case as being from the Admiral Gardener Shipwreck which sank 1809 (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 83

Great Britain 1951 Festival of Britain ten coin set, crown to farthing, in original maroon case of issue with gilt lettering.

Sold for £75

Lot 84

George VI - 1937 fifteen coin specimen set, Crown - Maundy 1p, issued by The Royal Mint and in original case of issue, UNC (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 85

Six Royal Mint proof coin sets, 1970, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1986 and 1989 (in original cases of issue).

Sold for £65

Lot 86

Elizabeth II three 2001 silver proof coins, comprising silver proof Piedfort £2 and standard silver proof £2, each commemorating the Wireless Bridges, the Atlantic Marconi 1901, a 2001 silver proof Piedfort £1 and a Festival of Britain 50th Anniversary commemorative crown and silver ingot set, all issued by The Royal Mint and in original cases of issue, FDC, (4).

Sold for £60

Lot 87

Elizabeth II The Official Commonwealth Games silver Piedfort, collection 2002 four coin set, issued by The Royal Mint within original presentation box and certificate, FDC.

Sold for £240

Lot 88

Elizabeth II gold sovereign, 2001, and a silver gilt stamp ingot, commemorating St George and the dragon of which only 1000 sets were issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case and with certificate.

Sold for £230

Lot 89

Four silver proof commemorative crowns, comprising The Queen Mother centenary year Piedfort, Victorian anniversary crown 2001, Queen Mother memorial crown 2002 and Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee crown 2002, a millennium crown, 2000, all issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue and with certificates.

Sold for £90

Lot 90

Elizabeth II three executive proof sets, 2000, 2002 and 2003, issued by The Royal Mint and in original cases of issue with certificates.

Sold for £65

Lot 91

Elizabeth II United Kingdom silver proof £1 coins, to include two Piedforts dated 2000 and 2002, issued by The Royal Mint, all in original cases of issue with certificates.

Sold for £55

Lot 92

Elizabeth II silver proof Piedfort three coin collection, 2003, £2 - 50p, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Double Helix Discovery and celebrating the 100th anniversary of The Women's Social and Political Union, issued by The Royal Mint of which a maximum of 7,500 are issued, in original case of issue with certificates.

Sold for £55

Lot 93

Elizabeth II United Kingdom four coin silver pattern proof set, 2004, a silver proof £2 coin commemorating the 50th anniversary of The Double Helix Discovery, 2003 and a silver proof £2 commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Steam Locomotive, 2004.

Sold for £85

Lot 94

Elizabeth II four silver proof Piedfort £1 coins, 2004-2007, issued by The Royal Mint and in original case of issue, with certificates.

Sold for £70

Lot 95

Elizabeth II silver proof three coin Piedfort set, £2 - 50p commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Steam Locomotive and the 50th anniversary of the 4 minute mile, issued by the Royal Mint 2004, in original case of issue with certificates.

Sold for £70

Lot 96

Elizabeth II Entente Cordiale two coin silver proof set, Limited Edition No. 04882, issued by The Royal Mint, and a 100th Anniversary of The Entente Cordiale silver proof Piedfort crown, No. 1321, issued by The Royal Mint, all in original cases of issue with certificates.

Sold for £110

Lot 97

Elizabeth II Britannia design one ounce silver bullion four coin set, each with a denomination of £2, crown size, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £100

Lot 98

Elizabeth II The Duke of Wellington 150th Anniversary Channel Islands three coin silver crown set, 2002, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £55

Lot 99

Elizabeth II United Kingdom silver proof five £1 coin set, 2003-2007, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates.

Sold for £75

Lot 100

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Britannia silver proof four coin set, crown size £2 - 20p, 2003, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £80

Lot 101

Elizabeth II four executive proof sets, 2004-2007, issues by The Royal Mint, all in original cases of issue with certificates.

Sold for £120

Lot 102

Elizabeth II Britannia Collection silver proof four coin set, 2005, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £70

Lot 103

Elizabeth II silver proof Piedfort four coin set, 2005, £2 - 50p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £65

Lot 104

Elizabeth II 200th Anniversary Nelson - Trafalgar silver proof Piedfort two coin set, 2005, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £80

Lot 105

Elizabeth II four United Kingdom silver proof £1 pattern collection, 2003, and a silver proof Coronation Jubilee crown, 2003, all issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £60

Lot 106

Elizabeth II 200th anniversary Nelson - Trafalgar silver proof two crown set, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £55

Lot 106A

Bank and trade tokens, 18th and 19th century, to include a North Wales farthing 1793, Isle of Man copper penny tokens 1811 and 1830, Luke XX Irish penny, Liverpool House Sunderland penny, Irish silver fivepence 1805 and two other copper tokens, F-VF (8).

Sold for £42

Lot 107

Elizabeth II Piedfort and Standard silver proof £2 coins, commemorating the 60th Anniversary of The End of World War II, a Piedfort £2 coin commemorating the 400th Anniversary of The Gun Powder Plot and a silver proof crown commemorating the 21st Birthday of HRH Prince Henry of Wales No. 1921, issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £110

Lot 107A

V.O.C. copper Duit 1790, quarter Anna 1833, Ferdinand VII 4 Maravedis 1933, Russian Kopek 1787, 18th and 19th century Swiss coins - Canton, St. Gallen and Bern and other world coins, F-VF (13).

Sold for £95

Lot 108

Victoria three coin sovereign portrait collection, comprising young head 1886s, jubilee head 1889 and old veiled head 1899m, in Royal Mint case of issue and with certificate numbered 0121 (see illustration).

Sold for £650

Lot 108A

British silver and copper coins, to include George III sixpence and Irish farthing 1806, George II Irish halfpenny 1754, George III halfpennies 1771 and 1790, William IV farthing 1831, Victoria half crown 1898, Edward VII sixpence 1906 and three George V threepences, F (12).

Sold for £60

Lot 109

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Piedfort six coin silver proof collection, 2006, £5 - 50p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 110

Elizabeth II The Queen's 80th Birthday Collection, a Limited Edition set of thirteen silver proof coins to include Maundy coins, 2006, from a Limited Edition number of 8,000, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 111

The Victoria Cross 1856-2006 silver proof Piedfort 50p coins, from a Limited Edition of 5,000, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FCD and a Limited Edition Victoria Cross "The Award" 50 pence piece mounted with a miniature Victoria Cross medal, from a Limited Edition of 1,856.

Sold for £80

Lot 112

Elizabeth II a Piedfort Brunel silver proof £2 coin, two £2 silver proof Brunel coins, a silver proof "In Celebration" Britannia one ounce crown, 2006 and a 2006 silver proof £1 coin, all in original cases of issue (excluding Piedfort £2) and with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £110

Lot 113

Elizabeth II The Britannia Golden Silhouette Collection of five silver proof £2 denomination crown size coins, Limited Edition 0388/3000, issued by The Royal Mint 2006, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £150

Lot 114

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Britannia Collection silver proof four coin set, 2007, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £70

Lot 115

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Family silver collection six silver proof coins, £5 - 50p, 2007, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £75

Lot 115A

Elizabeth II United Kingdom 2008 Royal Shield of Arms seven coin silver proof Piedfort collection, issued by The Royal Mint, No. 0637, in original case of issue.

Sold for £100

Lot 116

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Piedfort silver proof five coin collection, £5 - 50p, 2007, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £90

Lot 117

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Executive proof set, 2008, number 1239, three further silver proof coins comprising a £1, 2008, a 2007 Diamond Wedding commemorative crown and a 2007 Scouting 50p, FDC.

Sold for £75

Lot 118

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Piedfort silver proof four coin collection, 2008, Limited Edition No. 1053, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate titled "Heavy Measure", FDC.

Sold for £80

Lot 119

Elizabeth II The United Kingdom Britannia four coin silver proof set, 2008, issued by The Royal Mint, 2008, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £75

Lot 120

Elizabeth II The United Kingdom three silver proof coins, comprising HRH The Prince of Wales Piedfort £5, limited edition number 0251, a 2008 Olympic Games hand over ceremony silver proof Piedfort £2 coin, limited edition number 857 and a 2008 Olympic Games hand over silver proof £2 coin, all issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £48

Lot 120A

Elizabeth II United Kingdom "Family Silver Collection 2008" five coin silver proof set, No. 1261, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue.

Sold for £70

Lot 121

Elizabeth II The United Kingdom twelve coin silver proof set, 2009, limited edition number 2533, to include the Kew Garden 50p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £300

Lot 122

Elizabeth II The United Kingdom six coin silver proof collection, 2009, Limited Edition No. 0877, to include Kew Gardens 50p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £260

Lot 123

Elizabeth II Piedfort four coin silver proof collection, 2009, Limited Edition No. 0008, to include Kew Gardens 50p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 124

Elizabeth II "Countdown to London" 2012 Piedfort £5 four coin silver proof collection, 2009-2012, issued by The Royal Mint, 2009 limited to a mintage of 6,000, the others to a maximum mintage of 4,000, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £190

Lot 125

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Britannia four coin silver proof set, 2009, limited to 2,500 sets, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £110

Lot 126

Elizabeth II United Kingdom £1 coin 25th Anniversary silver proof collection, fourteen coins, 2008, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £130

Lot 127

Elizabeth II United Kingdom coinage "Emblems of Britain" silver proof collection, and United Kingdom coinage "Royal Shield of Arms" silver proof collection, 2008, issued by The Royal Mint, presented in a single case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £60

Lot 128

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Britannia four coin silver proof collection, 2010, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £80

Lot 129

Elizabeth II United Kingdom Piedfort five coin set, 2010, from a Limited Edition of 2,500, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £90

Lot 130

Elizabeth II "Countdown to London" 2012 silver proof £5 coin collection, 2009 - 2012, from a Limited Edition of 30,000, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £85

Lot 131

Elizabeth II gold proof half sovereign, 2010, Limited Edition 1266/2500, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £115

Lot 132

Elizabeth II "Restoration of The Monarchy" £5 Piedfort silver proof coin, 2010, limited edition number 666 from a presentation set of 1,500, a Britannia silver proof 1 ounce £2 coin, and a Britannia 1 ounce silver £2 coin, both 2010 the former in original cases of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £110

Lot 133

Elizabeth II four Piedfort silver proof £1 coins, commemorating London and Belfast 2010, Edinburgh and Cardiff 2011, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £95

Lot 134

Elizabeth II United Kingdom silver proof fourteen coin set, 2011, Limited Edition 0423/2500, £5 - 1p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £170

Lot 135

Elizabeth II UK silver proof thirteen coin set, 2010, limited edition number 1122 from an edition of 3,500, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £140

Lot 136

Elizabeth II gold proof sovereign three coin collection, 2010, sovereign-quarter sovereign, limited edition number 0914, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 137

Elizabeth II United Kingdom silver proof six coin set, 2011, £5 - £1, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £95

Lot 138

Elizabeth II UK gold proof sovereign three coin collection, 2011, sovereign - quarter sovereign, limited edition number 0377, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £400

Lot 139

Elizabeth II The Official London 2012 Paralympic £5 silver proof Piedfort, a further Paralympic £5 silver proof coin, a London 2012 olympic £5 silver proof coin, issued by The Royal Mint, all in original cases of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £80

Lot 140

Elizabeth II United Kingdom silver Piedfort six coin set, 2011, £5 - 50p, issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue with certificate (see illustration).

Sold for £95

Lot 141

Elizabeth II UK Britannia four coin silver proof collection, 2011, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £65

Lot 142

Elizabeth II Piedfort and Standard silver proof crowns commemorating the wedding of HRH Prince William & Catherine Middleton, the Piedfort Limited Edition No. 2496, issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £45

Lot 143

Elizabeth II, a celebration of Britain six coin silver proof set of Great British icons, issued by The Royal Mint 2012, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £110

Lot 144

Elizabeth II UK gold proof sovereign three coin collection, 2012, limited edition number 066, sovereign - quarter sovereign, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £750

Lot 145

Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee silver Piedfort £5 coin, 2012, Limited Edition No. 0060, and a Diamond Jubilee gold plated silver proof £5 coin, each issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £55

Lot 146

Elizabeth II UK Britannia four coin silver proof set, 2012, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £65

Lot 147

Elizabeth II official London 2012 Olympic £5 silver proof Piedfort coin, a London 2012 silver proof Piedfort and silver proof standard £2 coins, issued by The Royal Mint, each in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £80

Lot 148

Elizabeth II The 2013 Sovereign Collection five coin proof set, £5 - quarter sovereign, presentation number 0080 of 1,000, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC (see illustration).

Sold for £1850

Lot 149

Elizabeth II Mary Rose £2 Piedfort silver proof coin, 2011, Charles Dickens £2 Piedfort silver proof coin 2012 and a Britannia 1 ounce silver proof coin 2012, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £120

Lot 150

Elizabeth II, the 2012 United Kingdom diamond jubilee silver proof ten coin set, £5 - 1p, number 0833 of a set of 2012, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 151

Elizabeth II The Official London 2012 UK 5 ounce silver proof coin, issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £125

Lot 152

Elizabeth II Tales from The Tube 150th Anniversary of The London Underground £2 silver proof Piedfort two coin set, 2013, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £90

Lot 153

Elizabeth II Britannia "The Changing Face of Britain" 5 ounce silver proof coin, 2013, number 0109 of 11,050 issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case of issue with certificates (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 154

Elizabeth II The 30th Anniversary of the £1 coin silver proof three coin set, 2013, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £42

Lot 155

Elizabeth II "Icons of A Nation-Floral" 2013 UK Piedfort £1 four coin collection, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates.

Sold for £70

Lot 156

Elizabeth II "Tales From The Tube" 150th Anniversary of The London Underground £2 silver proof two coin set, 2013, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate. FDC.

Sold for £70

Lot 157

Elizabeth II The 2013 Christopher Ironside silver Piedfort 50p proof coin, and The 100th Anniversary of The Birth of Benjamin Britten 2013 UK silver Piedfort 50p proof coin, Limited Edition No. 0157, each issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £150

Lot 158

Elizabeth II 60th Anniversary of The Queens Coronation £5 silver Piedfort coin, Limited Edition 0041, the christening of HRH Prince George of Cambridge 2013 £5 silver proof Piedfort coin, limited edition 0929 and the royal birth 2013 £5 silver proof coin, issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation cases of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £160

Lot 159

Elizabeth II The Queens Portrait Collection £5 silver Piedfort four coin set, 2013, Limited Edition number 269, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £100

Lot 160

Elizabeth II 60th Anniversary of The Queens Coronation UK silver 5 ounce proof coin, 2013, limited edition number 0733, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £130

Lot 161

Elizabeth II 2013 silver proof set of fifteen coins, £5-1p, limited edition number 0190 of 2,013 issued, issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case of issue with certificates.

Sold for £160

Lot 162

Elizabeth II 2013 United Kingdom Piedfort proof set of seven coins, £5 - 50p, limited edition number 0306 of 2,013 issued, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £180

Lot 163

Elizabeth II 2014 United Kingdom silver proof Piedfort six coin set, Limited Edition 0146/2014 issued, issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £150

Lot 164

Elizabeth II Britannia The Changing Face of Britain six coin silver proof set, 2014, limited edition number 0633 of 1,750, issued by The Royal Mint, in original cases of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £140

Lot 165A

Elizabeth II 2013 United Kingdom silver proof five coin set, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue and with certificates.

Sold for £50

Lot 165

Elizabeth II 2014 United Kingdom silver proof fourteen coin set, £5 - 1p, limited edition number 0101 of a set of 2,014, issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £220

Lot 166

Elizabeth II Honouring The Great Sir Winston Churchill UK 5 ounce silver proof coin, 2015, No. 053 of a set of 650 issued, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £130

Lot 167

Elizabeth II 2015 United Kingdom silver proof Piedfort five coin set, £5 - 50p, limited edition number 0338 of 1,500 issued, issued by The Royal Mint, in original case of issue with certificate, FDC.

Sold for £130

Lot 168

Elizabeth II 2015 United Kingdom silver proof thirteen coin set, No. 0714/1500, issued by The Royal Mint, in original presentation case of issue with certificates, FDC.

Sold for £140

Lot 169

Elizabeth II seven £5 coins, two Battle of Britain 50p coins, and American Independence silver proof crown and six commemorative crowns.

Sold for £42

Lot 170

WITHDRAWN - Victoria gold £5, jubilee head, 1889 (see illustration).

Lot 171

Elizabeth II proof sovereign, 1980, in original case of issue with certificate.

Sold for £210

Lot 172

A George V half sovereign, 1915s, within a 9 ct gold ring mount, with foliate pierced shank, gross weight 9.3 grams.

Sold for £180

Lot 173

A small collection of First Day medallic proof covers and silver content coins, to include two Canadian silver dollars 1952 and 1953, a John F Kennedy silver proof crown size medal and three Kennedy silver half dollars, medallic First Day Covers to include Day of The Concorde, The County Cricket, The Turner Bi-Centenary and The Michelangelo 500th Anniversary, and other stamps and loose coins.

Sold for £35

Lot 174

Republic of Panama, silver proof 20 Balboas, in presentation case of issue, issued by The Franklin Mint.

Sold for £40

Lot 175

Six silver proof and proof coin sets, minted at The Franklin Mint, to include coinage of Belize and British Virgin Islands, both issued 1974, Republic of Malta 1976 decimal proof set, Cook Islands proof set 1976, coinage of national Barbados 1973 and national coinage of Ethiopia 1977, all issued by The Franklin Mint, in original cases of issue.

Sold for £80

Lot 176

Elizabeth II, Bank of England Series "C" Portrait Issue £1 banknotes, prefix CZ12, consecutive numbers 955854 through to 955873, almost UNC.

Sold for £30

Lot 177

Victoria, sovereign, 1868, shield back, Die No. 7.

Sold for £240

Lot 178

Edward VII, sovereign, 1910P.

Sold for £210

Lot 179

George V, sovereign, 1911.

Sold for £200

Lot 180

George V, sovereign, 1913.

Sold for £200

Lot 181

Victoria, half sovereign, 1900.

Sold for £120

Lot 182

USA, gold $10 "Coronet Head-Eagle", 1901, with gold coloured metal soldered pendant mount, 17.9 grams gross.

Sold for £380

Lot 183

British and World coins, comprising George III crown 1820, Victorian crown 1900, double florin 1888, half crown 1821, florin 1908, Georgian copper pennies, including Irish, American 10, 5 and 1 cent coins, an 1857 Flying Eagle cent, and assorted others, mixed grades and dates.

Sold for £160

Lot 184

A quantity of predominantly English silver hammered coins, 15th century (Edward IV) - 17th century (James I), sixpences and pennies, various mints to include Durham, Canterbury, London.

Lot 185

A George V half crown, 1950, presented within an Elizabeth II Coronation tin with lithograph decoration and presented by the Lord Mayor Corporation City of Manchester.

Sold for £25

Lot 186

Elizabeth II, ten series D pictorial consecutive £1 notes, Chief Cashier Somerset, prefix CU07 number 454300-454309, with Barclays Bank PLC band, uncirculated.

Sold for £28

Lot 187

Elizabeth II banknotes, comprising one series C portrait issue £10, prefix C17, one series D pictorial issue £10, prefix N22, both Chief Cashier J B Page, one times series C portrait issue £5, prefix 71E, two series D pictorial issue consecutive £5, prefix BY05 numbered 020984 and 020985, Chief Cashier J B Page, a series E historical issue £5, prefix DC01 Chief Cashier Kentfield, two times consecutive green £1, prefix H36J, number 005793 and 005794, Chief Cashier Beale, a further example prefix 056K chief Cashier O'Brien, two series C portrait issue £1 notes, prefixes CT45 and T54K Chief Cashier Page, and two ten shilling notes (13) majority EF-UNC.

Sold for £85

Lot 188

A collection of farthings, George IV-Elizabeth II, to include George IV 1826, William IV 1831, 1834 through to 1837, Victorian examples to include 1874H and 1875H, some George V examples with lustre, mixed grades but generally fine to very good.

Sold for £70

Lot 189

George III, "Cartwheel" 1 penny, 1797, with traces of lustre, 10 berries on reverse.

Sold for £130

Lot 190

Three Victorian and one Edward VII pennies, 1887, 1899, 1901 and 1902, each with varying degrees of lustre, EF+.

Sold for £85

Lot 191

Victoria-Elizabeth II, sixpence coins, 148 in total, 127 of which are pre-1947, earliest 1880, various grades and dates.

Sold for £100

Lot 192

A collection of silver threepence coins, Charles II 1679, Jubilee head and old veiled head Victorian examples, Edward VII through to George VI, various dates and grades (38).

Sold for £55

Lot 193

A collection of Georgian silver coins, to include George II shilling 1758, George III sixpence 1787 (no semee of hearts), two George III shillings 1817 and 1819, and George III sixpence 1816 (5) VF+.

Sold for £70

Lot 194

William IV-Victoria, collection of silver shillings, 1826-1901, to include 1889 large and small Jubilee heads, mixed grades though some VF+, mixed dates (22).

Sold for £260