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DESCRIPTION (S = Spink Coins of England)

GRD

CAT.

£

 

Sceatta; 710-760, secondary phase series G; tiny edge loss but with all detail showing; bold reverse; scarce.

OBV: 'Diademed bust, cross in front'; REV: 'XXoXX'; within beaded square; (S800); Somerset

 

F/GF

 

H3889

 

85.00

 

Cnut; 1016-1035, Penny short cross type; very dark tone, lightly crinkled with possible attempted piercing to obverse; wear but also worn die. OBV: 'CNVT REX'; REV: 'VCEDE ON EOF'; York mint; (S1159)

 

F/GF

 

H3893

 

195.00

Edward the Confessor; 1042-1066, cut half expanding cross type; nice remaining detail with visible reverse legend; scarce. OBV: '(ED)E (RD REX) '; REV: 'AEDELRED (MO -----)'; Canterbury? (S1176); Norfolk

 

F+

 

H3839

 

75.00

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

 

110.00

John; 1199-1216, cut half s/c Penny class 5a2; nice portrait with fragments of legends; toned.

OBV: 'HENR(ICVS REX) '; REV: 'AI(----------)'; appears to end MOA? (S1350b)

 

VG

 

H3763

 

Sold

Henry III; 1216-1272, cut half l/c Penny class 3ab; scarce mint; dark tone with good remaining detail & legends.

OBV: 'HEN(RICVS REX I)II'; REV: 'RIC(ARD ON G)LOV'; Gloucester mint; (S1362b)

 

GF

 

H3784

 

9.95

Henry III; 1216-1272, cut half l/c Penny class 3b; very bent, dirty with visible legends.

OBV: 'HEN(RICVS REX III'; REV: '(----- ON) ERW(---)'; York mint; (S1363); Northants.

 

Good

 

H3762

 

Sold

Henry III; 1216-1272, cut half l/c Penny class 5d2; very scarce type; evenly worn with clear remaining detail & legends.

OBV: '(HE)NRICVS R(EX III) '; REV: 'DAVI ON (LVNDE) '; (S1370a); Lincs.

 

F+

 

H3777

 

9.95

Henry III; 1216-1272, cut half s/c Penny class 7b; clear remaining detail with bold legends.

OBV: 'HENRIC(VS REX) '; REV: 'AD(AM ON LV(NDE) '; (S1356b)

 

NVF

 

H3788

 

7.95

Henry III; 1216-1272, s/c Penny class 7b; has been clipped; much of legends intact & fairly decent portrait.

OBV: 'HENRICVS REX'; REV: 'RICARD ON LVND'; (S1356B); Suffolk

 

F

 

H3860

 

Sold

 

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny class 10; much crinkled but could be straightened; majority of legends intact.

OBV: 'EDWR ANGL DNS HYB'; REV: 'CIVITAS LONDON'; (S1409 onward); Derby.

 

NF

 

H3875

 

9.95

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny class 10ab; obverse scratches with clear legends & better reverse.

OBV: 'EDWRR ANGL DNS HYB'; REV: 'CIVITAS CANTOR'; Canterbury; (S1419); Norfolk

 

NF/F

 

H3821

 

9.95

Edward II; 1307-1327, Penny class 14; weak centres with surface marks, toned with bold obverse legend; scarcer mint.

OBV: 'EDWARR ANGL DNS HYB'; REV: 'VILL SCIED MVNDI'; Bury St. Edmunds; (S1465); Norfolk

 

F

 

H3814

 

15.95

Edward II or III; 1327-1377, Penny class 15; fairly bright so possibly cleaned; mostly clear legends & detail; Roman N but seems to have Edward III cross. OBV: 'EDWARR ANGL DNS HYB '; REV: 'CIVITAS CANTOR '; (S1548?)

 

F/F+

 

H3750

 

19.95

Edward III; 1327-1377, Halfgroat Pre-Treaty type C; much cabinet toning with bold reverse detail; mostly clear legends. OBV: 'EDWARDVS REX ANGL Z FRACI '; REV: 'POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM CIVITAS LONDON '; (S1574)

 

GF

 

H3758

 

47.50

Richard II; 1377-1399, Penny; very dark & very worn; bit of an enigma as appears to have mullet on breast with pellet above though could be bad representation of a cross; enough of legends to identify, possibly recut. OBV: 'RICARD REX ANGLI'; REV: 'CIVITAS EBORACI'; York, local dies; (S1692)

 

Good

 

H3843

 

13.95

Venetian; 1400-1413, soldino (Galley Halfpence); from one of our original customers who sellotaped inside pvc 2x2. Slight warp & some toning with uneven edge; decent features with much of legends visible. Attributed to Michele Stena; obverse lamb of God with reverse of standing figure.

 

F+

 

H3722

 

Sold

Henry V; 1413-1422, Penny type D; blue cabinet toning; almost indistinct portrait from very worn die; visible identification marks with parts of legends. OBV: 'HENRIC REX ANGLIE ---'; (appears to have further legend after but mostly off-flan); REV: 'CIVITAS DVNOLM'; Durham, cross after 'OLM'; (S1783)

Fair; legend VF

 

H3842

 

14.95

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Halfpenny annulet issue; toned with light crease; much wear in parts but identified.

OBV: 'HENRIC REX ANGL'; REV: 'VILLA CALISIE'; Calais mint; (S1849); Derby.

 

NF

 

H3880

 

17.50

Henry VI (probable); 1422-1461, Penny rosette-mascle issue; from one of our original customers who sellotaped inside pvc 2x2; incorrect label; clipped & toned with surface marks; decent portrait. OBV: 'HENRICVS REX ANGLI'; REV: 'CIVITAS EBORACI'; York; crosses by hair; (S1866)

 

NF

 

H3732

 

11.95

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

 

Sold

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Groat annulet issue; lightly clipped with grey toning; decent features with parts legends on flan. OBV: 'HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z FRANC'; REV: 'POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM CIVITAS LONDON'; (S1835)

 

F/F+

 

H3848

 

65.00

Edward IV; 1461-1470, Penny; from one of our original customers who sellotaped inside pvc 2x2. Clear marks; fairly worn with fragments of legends. OBV: 'EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL'; REV: 'CIVITAS DVREME'; Durham, D & quatrefoil by neck; (S2057)

 

VG

 

H3731

 

14.95

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

 

15.50

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Threehalfpence; scarce denomination; bad obverse die with much wear as well; clear date.

OBV: ‘E D G ROSA SINE SPINA’; REV: ‘CIVITAS LONDON 1561’; mm pheon; (S2569); Suffolk

Good/NF

 

H3856

 

24.95

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Sixpence; bent, possible love token; dirty obverse with majority of legends visible. OBV: 'ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HI REGINA'; REV: 'POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEVM 1569'; mm coronet; (S2562); Derby

 

VG

 

H3886

 

Sold

 

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

F/VG

H3688

16.50

James I; 1603-1625, Shilling 2nd coinage; grey toning especially to legends; a few light surface marks with reasonable portrait. OBV: 'IACOBVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX'; REV: 'QVAE DEVS CONIVNXIT NEMO SEPARET'; mm 'escallop'; (S2655)

 

F

 

H3942

 

42.50

 

Charles I; 1625-1644, Halfcrown type 2b; very rare; worn smooth with visible detail in right light!! 'V' looks to be scratched on above horse; legends partly visible. OBV: 'CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX'; REV: 'CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO'; plume between 'CR', mintmark plume; (S2770); Norfolk

 

Fair/Good

 

H3808

 

 

60.00

Charles I Scotland; 1625-1644, Twenty Pence; creased & toned; visible detail & much of legends.

OBV: ‘C D G SCOT ANG FR & HIB R’; REV: ‘IVST THRONVM FIRMAT’; (S5589-91); Derby.

Good/VG

 

H3877

 

14.95

 


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