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Auction 168
World Banknotes Pick 41a ND (1966-1972) " of Australia" Dollar Issues signatures Coombs & Wilson (5) a constive run serial numbers XAR 973862 through XAR 973866. The notes in black on red, yellow and multi-coloured underprint featuring Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith at right on obverse and Lawrence Hargrave at left, aeronautical devices on reverse. Watermarked Captain . All GEF - about UNC
£100 London Coins : A168 : Lot 112 : Australia Reserve Bank 20 Dollars Pick 41a ND (1966-1972) "Commonwealth of Australia" Doll... London Coins : A168 : Lot 112 : Australia Reserve Bank 20 Dollars Pick 41a ND (1966-1972) "Commonwealth of Australia" Doll...

Auction 166
Medals Medals and Tokens a mixed group (24) 18th Century Halfpenny Tokens (12) Fine to NVF, all different, 19th Century (4) and Halfpenny 19th Century (1) Fine, Penny Token Lipman Levy, Importer and manufacturer of Boots and Shoes Fine, Replica Roman bronzes (2) and Michael Angelo medal uniface 58mm diameter in bronze , the blank side with engraved inscription, also a pair, and 1914-1918 Medal to W.S.P. Pugh EF and a City Football token 1972 EF
£150

Auction 165
English Cased Fifty Pence, The 50p Proof Piedfort Gold Medal Winners Set, a spectacular 11 coin set featuring the 11 sports that Team GB won their 29 medals in. Proof FDC with certificate number 2 (NO. 02 embossed in gold on the wooden lid) housed in a quality cabinet style wooden presentation box with a separate draw for the certificate and CD (unopened), and a CHIEF ENGRAVER MASTER PROOFS presentation card which shows the engraver's master proofs embossed in gold, the whole with outer card box. This is a rare set and must be The Holy Grail certainly of 50p sets and perhaps of the entire modern series since 1979. Some ambiguity has surrounded the mintages of these coins as the first time they appeared in The Coins of England reference book by Spink it was stated that just two of each coin had been struck one for the designer the other for the gold medallist. Here at London Coins we have offered four individual coins since 2012 all different sports (athletics, cycling, triathalon and tennis). The certificate on this set states 2/29, however the vendor has provided us with actual sales figures (rather than mintage limits) that he has obtained from The Royal Mint which indicate that just 15 of these 11 coin sets exist and states the additional coins issued separately so giving the following total mintages for each sport as Athletics 26, Boxing 18, Rowing 26, Cycling 26, Equestrian 22, Sailing 17, Shooting 17, Tennis 25, Taekwondo 15, Traithalon 22, Canoeing 17 (therefore no Taekwondo coins exist other than in these 15 sets). These are excessively low figures and anyone with an eye to wealth creation should reflect on the current values of Royal Mint s that include gold from yesteryear, sets with mintages of 150 (10 times more than these 50p sets) can realise six figure sums. As far as we could tell this is the first example of this set offered so preparing an estimate can not be done on past results, what we can say is that the 4 individual coins we have sold totalled £20,800 or over £5,000 per coin.
£30,000 London Coins : A165 : Lot 1510 : Fifty Pence, The London 2012 50p Gold Proof Piedfort Olympic Gold Medal Winners Set, a spectacular 1... London Coins : A165 : Lot 1510 : Fifty Pence, The London 2012 50p Gold Proof Piedfort Olympic Gold Medal Winners Set, a spectacular 1...

Auction 160
Ancient Coins , Alexandria. . C, 117-138 AD. Ae . Dated RY 18 (AD 133/4). Obv; Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right. Rev; Agathodaemon serpent (on left) and Uraeus serpent erect vis-à-vis, each wearing skhent, one holding a caduceus in tail, the other a reed; L I H (date) across field. Köln 1097 var. (placement of date and sistrum); Dattari (Savio) 7902 var. (sistrum); K&G 32.574 var. (same); Emmett 908.18. Good metal. 22.46g. G Fine
£110 London Coins : A160 : Lot 1914 : Egypt, Alexandria. Hadrian.  C, 117-138 AD.  Ae Drachm.  Dated RY 18 (AD 133/4).  Obv; Laureate, dra... London Coins : A160 : Lot 1914 : Egypt, Alexandria. Hadrian.  C, 117-138 AD.  Ae Drachm.  Dated RY 18 (AD 133/4).  Obv; Laureate, dra...

Auction 153
Ancient Coins Ae . . C, 139-161 AD. Rome mint. Struck AD 145. Rev; VOTA PVBLICA SC; and Marcus Aurelius standing vis-à-vis, clasping right hands; behind them stands Concordia placing her hands on their shoulders. RIC III 1253a. Dark patina. 24.91g. G Fine
£75

Auction 146
Medals Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: FAMA PRVDENTIA VIRTVTE. Engraver Holtzhey. In exergue: AVSTIR-EXERC- PROPE-PRAGEVNDIT-CAESOET-PRAGA OBSESSA VI MAJI MDCCLVII. Obverse: Half-length armoured bust right, Reverse: kicks , knocking off her crown, 48mm (Olding 604) EF with some surface residue
£55 London Coins : A146 : Lot 1857 : Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: FAMA PRV... London Coins : A146 : Lot 1857 : Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: FAMA PRV...

Auction 145
Medals Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. BORVSS.EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: FAMA PRVDENTIA VIRTVTE. Engraver Holtzhey. In exergue: AVSTIR-EXERC- PROPE-PRAGEVNDIT-CAESOET-PRAGA OBSESSA VI MAJI MDCCLVII. Obverse: Half-length armoured bust right, Reverse: kicks , knocking off her crown, 48mm (Olding 604) VF the surfaces with bubbles, possibly a cast copy
£28 London Coins : A145 : Lot 1062 : Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. BORVSS.EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: F... London Coins : A145 : Lot 1062 : Frederick the Great. Obverse Legend: FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. BORVSS.EL.BRAND.DVX.SILES. Reverse: F...

Auction 141
Medals Cinque Ports Flying Club (Lympne Airport), silver medal (hallmarked) 41.6 gms, 45mm., rev engraved "2nd Aero Trophy". EF. In case of issue.
£38

Auction 127
Medals School Prize Medal, silver, obv. Bust of with "Alumno Optime Merito Praefecti D.D.", rev. view of school building with "Schola S.Salvatoris Cond" and "Elizabetha Reg. 1562 Renov. Reg. 1839." Rim engraved "Alexander Jam? .illson Novr. 20th 1861" part of naming obliterated by suspension. GVF.
£25 London Coins : A127 : Lot 622 : School Prize Medal, silver, obv. Bust of Queen Elizabeth with London Coins : A127 : Lot 622 : School Prize Medal, silver, obv. Bust of Queen Elizabeth with

Auction 106
Misc Items Forgery Aes Grave As of 240-225 BC 62 mm diameter 192 grammes pleasing VF with patina as pictured on page 8 of Sear's 4th edition
£55

Auction 101
Misc Items Forgery Aes Grave As of 240-225 BC 62 mm diameter 192 grammes pleasing VF with patina as pictured on page 8 of Sear's 4th edition
£20

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