1826 Gold £5. George IV Proof Gold £5. S3797. Some minor marks otherwise About As Struck. £42,000
1847 Gothic Crown. Undecimo Edge. Superb As Struck, fields prooflike with an exquisite orange, blue, purple toning. £6,950
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
Henry VI. Noble. London. Annulet issue. S1799. A superb example. Choice EF and Kings portrait particularly well struck. £5,250
Henry VIII Angel S2299 mm Lis. About EF for issue, As Struck in parts. £3,650
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
1741/39 2/6. Roses in angles. D.QVARTO. Choice GEF 'About As Struck' attractive light toning with prooflike brilliance.
A coin with much eye appeal. £2,995
Henry VIII Half - Sovereign. S2297. EF portrait superb, weak strike in parts as usual for this issue. £4,750
1832 Sovereign. Choice Almost Mint State with brilliance. £3,450
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