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DESCRIPTION (S = Spink Coins of England)

GRD

CAT.

£

 

Sceatta; 695-740, Series D; bold detail with minute flan chip but does not detract.

OBV: ‘Square with angular symbols’; REV: ‘Central cross with various letters around’; (S793)

 

VF

 

H3629

 

75.00

Aethelred II Northumbria; 810-830, Styca; green patina with some attached concretion; clear legends both sides; scarce. OBV: ‘EDELRED REX’; REV: ‘MONNE’; moneyer; (S865)

 

GF

 

H3631

 

40.00

William I; 1066-1087, broken Two Stars type Penny; real shame as quite a recent break; much detail visible along with remaining legends; weak centre. OBV: ‘PILLEM REX AN’; REV: ‘AELFRED (ON ……)’; Canterbury or London; (S1254); Bucks.

 

NVF

 

H3601

 

75.00

Henry I; 1100-1135, cut half facing bust/cross fleury type; lightly clipped & a real shame as nice remaining portrait; slightly bowed. OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX AN’; REV: ‘….. HAMTV’; Northampton mint; (S1271); Northants.

 

GF

 

H3605

 

75.00

Richard I; 1189-1199, Penny class 4; quite decent portrait, clipped & toned; parts legends intact; various surface marks.

OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX’; REV: ‘FVLKE ON LVND’; (S1348a); Essex

 

F

 

H3508

 

Sold

Richard I; 1189-1199, s/c penny class 4b; cabinet grey tone with about half portrait flat; much of legends intact.

OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX’; REV: ‘ROBERD ON CANT; (S1348C)

 

F

 

H3442

 

59.50

John; 1199-1216, s/c Penny class 6b; lightly creased with much surface pitting; decent portrait with much of legends visible; slightly off-struck reverse. OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX’; REV: ‘RAVF ON LVND’; (S1354); Notts.

 

F/NF

 

H3510

 

19.95

John; 1199-1216, s/c Penny class 6a; very dark tone with slight edge curl; weak strike to parts legends but bold portrait & attractive. OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX’; REV: ‘ILGER ON LVNDE’; (S1353); Kent

 

NVF

 

H3660

 

50.00

John; 1199-1216, Penny class 5a or b; some clipping & creased but rare mint; mostly intact portrait & majority of legends. OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX’; REV: ‘RICARD ON ECE’; Exeter mint; (S1350/51); Worcs; PAS numbered bag

F+/

GF

 

H3504

 

125.00

Henry III; 1216-1272, l/c Penny class 5b2; very toned with some flan damage; visible portrait & much of legends.

OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX III’; REV: ‘RICARD ON LVND’; London mint; (S1368a); Bucks.

 

VG

 

H3647

 

Sold

Henry III; 1216-1272, l/c Penny class 5g; old collection; toning; decent portrait with slight weakness to legends in part.

OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX III’; REV: ‘RENAVD ON LVND’; (S1373)

 

GF

 

H3666

 

29.50

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny class 10cf1; lightly clipped, portrait & legends intact; bright silver.

OBV: ‘EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB’; REV: ‘CIVITAS LONDON’; (S1410); Northants.

 

F+

 

H3683

 

12.95

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny probably class 10; this has slightly jumped in die with legends fractionally mixed; nice portrait. OBV: ‘EDWARR ANG G – DNS’; REV: ‘VI---CIED MVNDI’; Bury St. Edmunds; (S1418); Essex

 

GF/F+

 

H3516

 

Sold

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny probably class 10cf; fairly abraded with part obverse legend visible; better reverse.

OBV: ‘EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB’; REV: ‘VIVILA SCIED MVNDI’; Bury St. Edmunds; (S1418); Bucks.

VG/

NF

 

H3512

 

8.95

David II Scotland; 1329-1371, Penny, 2nd coinage; edge crack to near centre & toned; flat parts to legends with decent portrait; rare. OBV: ‘REX SCOTORVM; REV: ‘VILLA EDINBVRGH; 20 points; (S5119); Oxon.

 

F+/NF

 

H3468

 

90.00

Edward III; 1327-1377, Groat class E; clipped & dark toning; reasonable portrait with full reverse legend. OBV: ‘EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC’; REV: ‘POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEV CIVITAS LONDON’;(S1567)

 

F/F+

 

H3677

 

45.00

Richard II; 1377-1399, Farthing; extremely rare; dark tone & creased or dented; portrait visible plus parts of legends; could be improved with expert attention. OBV: ‘RICARD REX ANGLI’; REV: ‘CIVITAS LONDON’; (S1701/03)

 

VG

 

H3449

 

80.00

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Groat, annulet issue; creased with resulting light stress marks; decent grade otherwise. OBV: ‘HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC’; REV: ‘POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM VILLA CALISIE’; Calais; (S1836)

 

GF

 

H3673

 

75.00

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Halfpenny, mascle issue; dark tone & small flan so identification difficult; there is a mascle on obverse. OBV: ‘HENRIC REX ANGL’; REV: ‘CIVITAS LONDON’; (S1870/1884); Bucks.

 

NF

 

H3569

 

12.95

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Penny rosette-mascle issue; collector’s ticket; very worn & only included as a space filler; some visible detail & legend. OBV: ‘HENRICVS REX ANGLIE’; REV: ‘CIVITAS EBORACI’; York mint;  (S1868)

 

Fair

 

H3634

 

6.95

Edward IV; 1461-1470, Penny; as usual a very small flan with no obverse legend showing; decent portrait with clear identification marks. OBV: ‘EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL’; REV: ‘CIVITAS EBORACI’; York mint, Archbishop Neville; (S2062); Bucks.

 

F/GF

 

H3640

 

18.50

Edward IV; 1461-1470, Groat; very worn & clipped with visible detail; much of legends showing; very scarce. OBV: ‘EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC’; REV: ‘POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM CIVITAS EBORACI’; York mint, quatrefoils at neck; (S2012)

 

VG

 

H3610

 

49.95

Henry VII; 1485-1507, Sovereign Penny; creased & edge damage with mostly just features visible; clear identification marks. OBV: ‘HENRICVS DEI GRA REX ANG’; REV: ‘CIVITAS EBORACI’; keys below shield; (S2235); Kent

 

VG

 

H3585

 

11.95

Henry VII; 1485-1509, Halfgroat; very scarce; crease to obverse with decent portrait & almost clear legends. OBV: ‘HENRIC VII DI GRA REX AGL’; REV: ‘POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV’; mm ‘martlet’, York with keys below bust; (S2262)

 

F+

 

H3548

 

40.00

Henry VIII; 1509-1547, posthumous coinage; very dark tone with decent portrait from old collection; scarce.

OBV: ‘HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX’; REV: ‘CIVITAS CANTOR’; no mm; (S2408)

 

NF

 

H3558

 

Sold

Henry VIII; 1508-1547, Sovereign Penny; very clipped & toned; visible detail & parts legends.

OBV: ‘H D G ROSA SIE SPIA’; REV: ‘CIVITAS DVRELM’; ‘C D’, Bishop Tunstall; (S2354)

 

NF

 

H3661

 

19.95

Mary;  1553-1554, Groat; typical detecting find struck poorly with no portrait & slightly better reverse.

OBV: ‘MARIA D G ANG FRA Z HIB REGI’; REV: ‘VERITAS TEMPORIS FILIA’; mm ‘pomegranate’; (S2492); Northants.

Fair/Gd

 

H3581

 

16.95

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Halfpenny; has been heavily cleaned by finder so very bright; rough surfaces & slight crease but scarce denomination. OBV: ‘Portcullis’; REV: ‘Long cross’; mm ‘key’; (S2581); Worcs.

 

F

 

H3499

 

29.50

James 1; Lennox farthing: - 1613-1625; type 3c : mm rose (Spink 2679)

F/VG

H3688

20.00

James I; 1603-1625, Halfgroat; dark tone with short flan damage; slightly off-struck; attractive.

OBV: ‘I D G ROSA SINE SPINA’; REV: ‘TVEATVR VNITA DEVS’; mm ‘key’; (S2660); Bucks.

 

GF

 

H3573

 

Sold

Charles I; 1625-1644, Halfpenny; dark tone, uncleaned as found. OBV/REV: ‘Rose both sides, no mintmark’; (S2851); Cambs.

GF

H3636

7.95

Charles I; 1625-1644, Sixpence group C; very scarce; creased with worn part above shield; much of legends intact. OBV: ‘CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FR ET HI REX’; REV: ‘CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO’; mm ‘plume’; (S2809)

 

F

 

H3701

 

50.00

Charles I; 1625-1644, Halfgroat; class uncertain but probably 3; much of portrait visible along with parts legends; remainder flat. OBV: ‘CAROLVS D G M B F ET H REX’; REV: ‘IVSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT’; (S2832-2836)

VG/Gd

 

H3614

 

Sold

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling, probably type 4.4; outline portrait, clipped with toning; parts legends visible. OBV: ‘CAROLVS D G MAG FRA ET HIB REX’; REV: ‘CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO’; mm not visible; (S2799?); Notts.

 

Good

 

H3458

 

Sold

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling type 4-4; uneven edge with short flan cut to left; weak strike to parts both sides. OBV: ‘CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX’; REV: ‘CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO’; mm ‘sun’; (S2799); ex-LCA

 

NF

 

H3489

 

30.00

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling type 4; old collection; slightly better than outline portrait with some weakness to legends. OBV: ‘CAROLVS D G MAG BR FR ET HI REX’; REV: ‘CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO’; mm ‘anchor’; (S2794-2797)

 

NF

 

H3598

 

44.50

Commonwealth; 1660-1665, Halfgroat; much creasing with edge nick; scuffed & fairly worn reverse.

OBV: ‘St. George’s shield in wreath’; REV: ‘St. George’s shield & Irish shield in wreath, 1I above’; (S3223); Worcs.

F/

Good

 

H3515

 

14.95



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