antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 1

Victoria - young head half penny, 1854, with traces of lustre, two American one cent, 1830 and 1836, a George III farthing, 1773 and four Victoria young head farthings, two George IV silver sixpence, a James II copper "gun money" over strike crown 1689/1690, a Durham miners Pelton Fell lodge medallion, a Barnsley trade token and a Victorian model sovereign (14). Mixed grades.

Sold for £170

Lot 2

A silver medallion commemorating Wylie McKissock "Neurosurgeon", inscribed verso David Uttley 1994 - the McKissock Lecture and a Saudi Arabian silver proof commemorative medallion, 1974.

Sold for £10

Lot 3

Venice, Doge Ludovico Manin (1789-97) gold Zecchino, good but pierced, 2.1 cm diameter.

Sold for £75

Lot 4

Edward VII crown, 1902, G-VG (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 5

Victoria - Jubilee head crown and double florin 1887, a half crown, 1889 and a George V "rocking horse" crown 1935, all but the half crown EF+.

Sold for £75

Lot 6

A small collection of French silver, bronze and copper medallions commemorating the 1878 International Exposition. The largest after a design by Eugine Oudine, the small examples designed by Barre. 86 mm - 33 mm (5). F-VF.

Sold for £32

Lot 7

Four white metal Royal Commemorative medals to include George III and Charlotte, Grand National Jubilee medal commemorating the ascension of His Majesty King George III to the throne 1760, Queen Victoria and the Universal Exhibition of London 1862 medal, Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee medal and Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra commemorative marriage medal, 50 mm - 38 mm. (4).

Sold for £48

Lot 8

A Royal Mint silver commemorative medallion, a copper presentation medallion for the Norfolk Agricultural Association "Breeders Medal", the obverse with chickens a turkey and geese, designed by Ottley, a George III cartwheel two pence and two George III cartwheel pennies (5). F-F+.

Sold for £35

Lot 9

European coins, to include a Dutch silver six stuivers, 1691, a Dutch silver Utrecht duit, 1794 (pierced), a silver token with legend S:Georgius Equitum Patronus, two French 5 francs 1849 and 1868 and others (12). F-F+.

Sold for £55

Lot 10

A George III shilling, 1819, a George IV farthing, 1822, a Victorian one penny model, a Victorian crown, 1889 and shilling 1899, F-F+.

Sold for £50

Lot 11

Twenty three George VI nickel brass threepence, 1937-1952, to include 1939 and thirty Elizabeth II nickel brass threepence, mixed dates and grades.

Lot 12

A George V farthing, 1926, and a further one hundred and seventy George VI - Elizabeth II farthings, mixed dates and grades, some with lustre.