1643 Charles I Triple Unite. S2726. mm Plume. Choice EF and About As Struck for issue.
One of the finer examples available for commerce.
Probably Englands most impressive denomination and one of the nations most important and historically significant numismatic rarieties. £74,000
1656 Cromwell Pattern Gold Broad of 20/-. S.3225; N.2744; W&R.39. GEF with mint brilliance, some minor surface marks but a very pleasing example overall.
(High grade examples have been known to fetch between £50,000 - £70,000 in recent US auctions).
(Spink 2016 Cat Price EF £32,500). £28,500
1826 George IV Proof Crown. Superb As Struck and exquisitely toned, minute mark on cheek that doesn't detract. A delightful example and far nicer than usual.
An amazing opportunity to acquire this very rare Type Coin.
With a 2016 Catalogue price of £17,500 and perfect examples fetching £20,000+. £15,500
James I (1619-20). Rose Ryal (30/-). 3rd Coinage. King enthroned. mm Spur Rowel. S2632. N2108. About EF for issue, a pleasing and problem free example. £19,950
1937 Gold Proof Set. £5 to Half-Sovereign. Four coins. FDC problem free. Housed in original case of issue. A choice set that is much nicer than usual.
(Prices for these sets are still on the increase and regularly fetching 14-15,000 in Auction). £13,000
Henry VI. Noble. London. Annulet issue. S1799. A superb example. Choice EF and Kings portrait particularly well struck. £5,250
1860/59 Copper 1d. BMC 1521. Ornamental trident. EF with a hint of lustre on the reverse. £3,750
James I Gold Angel. 3rd Coinage. Mm Trefoil on both sides. Rev. 3 masted ship in full sail. (N2110, S2635). Die flaw on obv. Bold GVF and the finest we know of this extremely rare type. A superb pedigree. £11,750
1817 2/6. Small Head. Plain Edge Proof. ESC 620. S3788. As Struck, delightful light purple gold tone, minor mark on cheek. (Spink 2015 Cat FDC £5000) (Spink 2015 Cat FDC £5000). £4,250