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Freeman 664

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 166
English Cased (10 coins) in LCGS holders comprising Crown 1953 ESC 373G, Bull 4331, Davies 2280P Proof LCGS 88, Halfcrown 1953 Proof ESC 798H, Bull 4350, Davies 2311P LCGS 90, Florin 1953 Proof ESC 968G, Bull 4394, Davies 2361P LCGS 88, Shilling 1953 English Proof ESC 1475L, Bull 4443, LCGS 85, Shilling 1953 Scottish Proof ESC 1475N, Bull 4447, LCGS 88, Sixpence 1953 Proof ESC 798H, Bull 4522, Davies 2481P, LCGS 82, Threepence 1953 Proof Peck 2491, LCGS 82, Penny 1953 Proof Freeman 246 dies 1+B LCGS 88, Halfpenny 1953 Proof Freeman 465 dies 2+A LCGS 88, Farthing 1953 Proof Freeman 664 dies 2+B LCGS 78, comes with the box of issue
£150

Auction 156
English Coins 1864 Crosslet 4 Peck 1664 with 239/136 scratched in the obverse field, toned UNC with traces of lustre and a few small spots. The numbers were scratched into the field during the mastership of Professor Thomas Graham (1855-1869) have been shown by G.P.Dyer to represent overall output in tons of bronze coin minted since 1860 (the higher figure) and output in tons of that particular denomination since 1860 (the lower figure) This is not the example pictured in Michael Gouby's 'The British Bronze Penny' - Specialised Edition (Page 49) but displays a superb sharp strike. A highly desirable piece of n bronze coinage history, as stated by Gouby there are only 2 examples known, this, Ex-D.W.Grey 20/10/1971, Lot 111, Ex-Seaby Bulletin, September 1974, item K162, Ex-Sotheby Auction 9/10/1979 Lot 257, Ex-Michael Freeman, and one other, the other example illustrated in Gouby's book being the Ex-Norweb, Ex-A.H.F.Baldwin example, described by Spink as 'Extremely Fine and attractively patinated'. A total of 34 'scratched field' bronze coins are recorded of all dates and denominations, made up of 20 Pennies, 7 and 7 s. Of the 20 Pennies, 12 are known to be in the British Museum , this being one of the remaining 8 available to commerce. An extremely rare opporty to bid on a piece of Victorian numismatic history. We note a standard currency 1864 Crosslet 4 Penny in UNC sold in our March 2014 auction (Lot 1844) for £3978 inclusive of buyers premium.
£9,000 London Coins : A156 : Lot 2511 : Penny 1864 Crosslet 4 Peck 1664 with 239/136 scratched in the obverse field, toned UNC with traces o... London Coins : A156 : Lot 2511 : Penny 1864 Crosslet 4 Peck 1664 with 239/136 scratched in the obverse field, toned UNC with traces o...

Auction 152
English Coins s in CGS slabs (9) 1953 Freeman 660, dies 1+A, Lustrous UNC, CGS 85, 1953 Freeman 661, dies 1+B, Choice UNC, CGS 85, 1953 Freeman 662, GEF, CGS 65, 1953 Freeman 662 dies 2+A, UNC and lustrous CGS 88, 1953 Freeman 663 dies 2+B Lustrous UNC, CGS 85, 1953 Proof Freeman 664 dies 2+B UNC and lustrous, CGS 90, 1954 Freeman 665 Choice UNC and lustrous, CGS 88, 1955 Freeman 667 Choice UNC and lustrous CGS 85, 1956 Freeman 669 Choice UNC and lustrous, CGS 88
£260

Auction 151
English Bulk Lots Farthings (9) 1953 (6) Freeman 660, Freeman 661, Freeman 662, Freeman 663 (2), Freeman 664 , 1951 Proof, 1950 Proof, 1925, these EF to Lustrous UNC, 1878 Good Fine, Farthings 1775 Contemporary Counterfeits (3) Poor, date illegible 1775 F and 1775 VF, Contemporary Counterfeit 1775 Fair, Evasion England's Glory, Fine, Coronation EF, and Coin Weight 5 Dwt, 8 Gr. ed, NVF, Collector's Token 1977 in EF, Isle of Man FAO 1977 EF and an unattributed Roman piece in low grade
£100

Auction 142
Certified Coins 1861 Freeman 279 dies 7+F 82, Rated R12 by Freeman, Ex-Baldwins Auction 69 May 2011 Lot 664
£200 London Coins : A142 : Lot 437 : Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 279 dies 7+F CGS 82, Rated R12 by Freeman, Ex-Baldwins Auction 69 May... London Coins : A142 : Lot 437 : Halfpenny 1861 Freeman 279 dies 7+F CGS 82, Rated R12 by Freeman, Ex-Baldwins Auction 69 May...

Auction 134
English Bulk Lots Farthings (68) 1902, 1903 (2), 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911 Full Neck, 1911 Hollow Neck, 1912, 1913, 1914 Obverse 1, 1914 Obverse 2, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 Black Finish, 1918 bright Finish, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1937 , 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1950 Proof, 1951, 1951 Proof, 1952, 1953 Freeman 660, 1953 Freeman 661 (3), 1953 Freeman 662, 1953 Freeman 663, 1953 Proof Freeman 664, 1954, 1955, 1956, s (2) 1902, 1913 the majority EF-UNC the bright finish coins largely with good or full lustre, a pleasing group
£220

Auction 131
English Coins 1953 Freeman 664 dies 2+B Ex-Norweb collection, comes with original ticket stating 'superior finish', nFDC or with near full colour
£18 London Coins : A131 : Lot 1216 : Farthing 1953 Proof Freeman 664 dies 2+B Ex-Norweb collection, comes with original ticket statin... London Coins : A131 : Lot 1216 : Farthing 1953 Proof Freeman 664 dies 2+B Ex-Norweb collection, comes with original ticket statin...

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