Pennies

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PictureDate DESCRIPTION Price  
1966 (F256 Dies 3+I. S4157). BU Full Lustre, lightly toning. £1.00
1966 (F256 Dies 3+I. S4157). BU Full Lustre £2.00
1965 NEW (F255 Dies 3+H. S4157). BU Full Lustre £2.00
1964 (F254 Dies 3+G. S4157). BU Full Lustre, lightly toning. £1.50
1962 (BMC 2504C. F250 Dies 3+E. S4157). BU Almost Full Lustre £1.00
1962 (BMC 2504C. F250 Dies 3+E. S4157). BU Full Lustre, lightly toning. £1.50
Click here to view picture 1933 Pattern by Andre Laurillier. Freeman 786. R19. BMC 2284. As struck with underlying lustre. 1 of only 4 in existence. The most important and renowned date of penny!! Sold
1927 Unc good lustre £18.00
Click here to view picture 1920 BU Almost Full Lustre £50.00
1919 Fine £8.00
Click here to view picture 1919 BU Full Lustre toning on reverse £45.00
1919 H. Fine £2.00
1918 H. Fine £3.00
Click here to view picture 1918 H. Weakly struck as usual with ghosting. Uncirculated with Almost Full Lustre £550.00
1918 KN. Near Fine - Fine £2.50
1918 KN. Fine £3.50
Click here to view picture 1917 BU Full Lustre, lightly toning on the reverse £50.00
1912 H. Fine £2.00
Click here to view picture 1912 H. BMC 2244. F173. Dies 1+A. BU Full Lustre, very lightly toning.
(Slabbed by NGC as MS64 RD)
£295.00
Click here to view picture 1903 With open 3 in date. BMC --. F158A. Gouby A. Dies 1+B. Near Fine, extremely rare £85.00
Click here to view picture 1900 BU Almost Full Lustre £60.00
1892 Fair £1.00
Click here to view picture 1891 Unc traces of lustre, couple of minor surface marks £55.00
Click here to view picture 1891 Unc good lustre £85.00
Click here to view picture 1887 Unc good lustre £115.00
Click here to view picture 1871 BMC 1686. F61 Dies 6+G. Near Fine £20.00
Click here to view picture 1865/3 BMC 1666. F 51. Dies 6+G. 5 over 3 in the date. Near Fine, some damage on reverse. £20.00
1864 Crosslet 4. BMC 1664. F48 Dies 6+G. Fair £15.00
Click here to view picture 1864 Serif 4. BMC 1661. F49. Dies 6+G. Fine £20.00
Click here to view picture 1863 BMC 1655. F42. Dies 6+G. Unc with lustre on both sides. £120.00
Click here to view picture 1862 BMC 1653. F39. Dies 6+G. GEF traces of lustre £110.00
Click here to view picture 1862 BMC 1653. F39. Dies 6+G. Uncirculated with good lustre
Ex Gentleman's Collection of Pennies
£225.00
Click here to view picture 1861 BMC 1639. F22. Dies 4+D. Near EF £60.00
Click here to view picture 1861 BMC 1644. F29. Dies 6+D. Near EF/EF £65.00
Click here to view picture 1860 TB. BMC 1629 F10. Dies 2+D. Near EF £60.00
Click here to view picture 1860 TB. BMC 1629 F10. Dies 2+D. EF, hint of lustre, some marks. £70.00
Click here to view picture 1860/59 Copper. BMC 1521. Ornamental trident. EF with a hint of lustre on the reverse. £3,550.00
Click here to view picture 1859 Large Date. O.T. BMC 1519. Unc traces of lustre £150.00
Click here to view picture 1859 Large Date. BMC --. Extra Colon dot after DEF. Choice A/Unc traces of lustre £375.00
Click here to view picture 1858 O.T. No WW. EF £65.00
Click here to view picture 1858 O.T. No WW. Almost Unc with traces of lustre £125.00
Click here to view picture 1858/7 BMC 1516. GEF traces of lustre £95.00
Click here to view picture 1857 O.T. A/Unc traces of lustre £125.00
Click here to view picture 1855 O.T. About EF £65.00
Click here to view picture 1855 O.T. Unc traces lustre £175.00
Click here to view picture 1854 P.T. EF £70.00
Click here to view picture 1854 P.T. Unc traces of lustre, some minor marks £75.00
Click here to view picture 1854 P.T. A/Unc hint of lustre £90.00
Click here to view picture 1854 P.T. Uncirculated with traces of lustre £110.00
Click here to view picture 1851 O.T. DEF: A/Unc lustre on both sides. £250.00
Click here to view picture 1848/7 BU Full Lustre, exceptional, lightly toning on reverse. £495.00
Click here to view picture 1843 BU Full Lustre, exceptional. Probably the finest known. Ex. Rev. E. Rogers, collection purchased by Baldwin 1950. Ex. C. W. Peck, collection purchased by Spink 1964-8. Ex. Norweb, Spink Auction 59, June 17 1987 Lot 1712. Ex. Spink America Auction - 10 May 1995. Sold
Click here to view picture 1841 No Colon after REG. BU Almost Full Lustre £395.00
Click here to view picture 1834 Uncirculated with a hint of lustre, miniscule bruise on edge, visibly only on close inspection. £650.00
Click here to view picture 1827 Mint State. BU Full Lustre with natural, light, old toning. Only two specimens are known to exist in this grade. This piece is currently 'slabbed' and graded MS 65 RD by NGC of America. We had the pleasure of owning this coin more than a decade ago, since when it has been one of the most prized items in a specialist penny collection. We have now re-acquired the coin and it is photographed here for all to see, albeit through the perspex slab. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for one collector to obtain a coin in a condition that is almost never available on the open market. Sold
1826 Plain Saltire on reverse. GF £15.00
Click here to view picture 1807 Bronze Proof Restrike. BMC 1354. Edge, plain. Practically FDC
A very underrated date.
£550.00
Click here to view picture 1806 Plain Edge Bronzed Proof. About As Struck £350.00
Click here to view picture 1797 Modern faithful reproducion Pattern Cartwheel Penny in Copper. Based on contemporary specifications, of the historic 1797 'Cartwheel' penny, originally manufactured in Birmingham in the UK by Matthew Boulton. These medallic coins were produced in November 2000 very near to the original Soho Factory, by a local Mint in Birmingham, adhering to the high standards and exact engraving and minting methods practised by Boulton. Donald R. Golder, a renowned British sculptor has cut new dies based on the Boulton originals.The initials D.R.G have replaced the original C.H.K. (C.H. Kuchler) on the King's shoulder, and the revers bears 'COLIN COOKE & NEIL PAISLEY NUMISMATISTS'. FDC £24.99
Click here to view picture 1797 Modern faithful reproducion Pattern Cartwheel Penny in Golden Alloy. Based on contemporary specifications, of the historic 1797 'Cartwheel' penny, originally manufactured in Birmingham in the UK by Matthew Boulton. These medallic coins were produced in November 2000 very near to the original Soho Factory, by a local Mint in Birmingham, adhering to the high standards and exact engraving and minting methods practised by Boulton. Donald R. Golder, a renowned British sculptor has cut new dies based on the Boulton originals. The initials D.R.G have replaced the original C.H.K. (C.H. Kuchler) on the King's shoulder, and the revers bears 'COLIN COOKE & NEIL PAISLEY NUMISMATISTS'. FDC £24.99

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