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Lot 31

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 32

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 33

Lot 33
Great Britain - seven crowns, 1891, 1893, 1902, 1935, 1937 and two 1951 (35 and 37 high grades).

Sold for £95 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 34

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 35

Lot 35
A Provincial banknote, Workington Bank One Guinea, dated 3rd April 1809, for Wood Smith Stein & Co,

Sold for £50 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 36

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 2 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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 37

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 38

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 39

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 40

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 41

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 42

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 43

Lot 43
Henry VIII half groat, second coinage 1526-44, York mint, Archbishop Wolsey, 15 mm diameter, VF.

Sold for £130 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 44

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 45

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 46

Lot 46
Elizabeth I (1558-1603) shilling, 7th issue (1601/2, bust 6B, mm1), F/VG.

Sold for £85 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 47

Lot 47
James I (1603-25) second coinage shilling, third bust, value XII l, mm lis (1604/5). F/VG.

Sold for £95 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 48

Lot 48
Charles I (1625-49) Tower Mint shilling, bust L, mm harp (1632-33), crown intrudes on legend, F.

Sold for £60 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 49

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 50

Lot 50
James II (1685-88) threepence, 1687/6, Laureate head L. Rev: III crowned VF.

Sold for £42 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 51

Lot 51
Charles II (1660-1685) half crown, fourth bust, Vicesimo Octavo, 1676, F.

Sold for £70 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 52

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 53

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 54

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 55

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 56

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 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 57

Lot 57
A Charles I (1625-49) shilling, (1639/40), Obv: bust l, value XII r, Rev: garnished shield, F/G.

Sold for £40 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 58

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.

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Lot 59

Lot 59
George V sovereign, 1912.

Sold for £210 on 20th March 2019

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Lot 60

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 on 20th March 2019

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