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London Coins Auction 170
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 171
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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English Coins : Auction 169 : Lot 1431

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 169
English Coins Lot
1431
1669 VICESIMO PRIMO S.3328 About EF, with much fine detail apparent to the bust and the reverse design, some surface marks and scratches more than usually found on an EF coin, the edge with all lettering intact displays some consistent roughness suggests possibly an ex- piece, and perhaps once cleaned. With low grade and/or damaged Five Guineas realising £5000-£6000 in the recent past, this being several grades above represents very good value in today's market at the low estimate, or in our opinion at several bids above. We note Spink now lists this coin in VF at £16,000 and EF at £80,000
£12,000
Five Guineas 1669 VICESIMO PRIMO S.3328 About EF,  with much fine detail apparent to the bust and the reverse design, some surface marks and scratches more than usually found on an EF coin, the edge with all lettering intact displays some consistent roughness suggests possibly an ex-shipwreck piece, and perhaps once cleaned. With low grade and/or damaged Five Guineas realising £5000-£6000 in the recent past, this being several grades above represents very good value in today's market at the low estimate, or in our opinion at several bids above. We note Spink now lists this coin in VF at £16,000 and EF at £80,000 : English Coins : Auction 169 : Lot 1431
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Five Guineas 1669 VICESIMO PRIMO S.3328 About EF,  with much fine detail apparent to the bust and the reverse design, some surface marks and scratches more than usually found on an EF coin, the edge with all lettering intact displays some consistent roughness suggests possibly an ex-shipwreck piece, and perhaps once cleaned. With low grade and/or damaged Five Guineas realising £5000-£6000 in the recent past, this being several grades above represents very good value in today's market at the low estimate, or in our opinion at several bids above. We note Spink now lists this coin in VF at £16,000 and EF at £80,000 : English Coins : Auction 169 : Lot 1431
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