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Gold Broad

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 157
English Cased United Kingdom 2015 the five-coin set Five Pounds to Quarter Sovereign, the first gold set with the new Fifth Portrait FDC in the case of issue with certificate and booklet stating a mintage of only 500 sets, the last five-coin sets with the Rank-Broadly portrait, all apparently sold out by the within 7 days of issue
£2,400

Auction 153
Misc Items A small group of forgeries and s (5) Philip and Mary type, of crude design, probably contemporary, 1798 imitation probably from the early 1970s, 1818 struck in , Shilling 1818 imitation in base metal, Crown 1932 unusual overweight imitation with a broad rim
£280

Auction 151
World Cased £1,000 2008 Proof (1,091 grams of 22 carat so contains 1 kilo of pure gold) stunning 100 mm diameter Rank Broadley II portrait obverse , reverse cased FDC with certificates and "Alderney 2008 The Prince of Gold Kilo Coin No 10" so the 10th struck of an issue limit of only 30, extremely rare thus and the first one we have seen
£24,000 London Coins : A151 : Lot 762 : Alderney £1,000 2008 Gold Proof (1,091 grams of 22 carat so contains 1 kilo of pure gold) stun... London Coins : A151 : Lot 762 : Alderney £1,000 2008 Gold Proof (1,091 grams of 22 carat so contains 1 kilo of pure gold) stun...

Auction 150
English Cased Two Pounds 2015 800th of the signing of the , Rank-Broadley portrait, Proof FDC in the box of issue with certificate, only 100 pieces issued
£650

Auction 142
English Coins 1925 Broad Rim ESC 1812 Choice UNC with golden tone
£75 London Coins : A142 : Lot 2928 : Sixpence 1925 Broad Rim ESC 1812 Choice UNC with golden tone London Coins : A142 : Lot 2928 : Sixpence 1925 Broad Rim ESC 1812 Choice UNC with golden tone

Auction 128
English Coins 1935 Incuse edge in .500 Silver. ESC 377A (R6). The edge legend on this type is much less sharply defined than on the specimen Crown of this year. The edge itself is sharper and gives the impression of being somewhat broader than the 1935 Specimen Crown. The fields are distinguished by a more mirror-like finish and display a superior strength of detail and strike. nFDC with a pleasant mottled green and gold tone. Excessively Rare and possibly the example. Note: This specimen is superior to the E D J. Van Roekel Collection (lot 259) example sold by Spink (15.12. 2001) and considerably better than a specimen sold by Morton and Eden (sale 2.12.2009 lot 263) described as ‘somewhat impaired by past polishing, with minor edge bruises and surface marks, about extremely fine.? This last piece achieved an auction price of £1600 plus buyers premium.
£2,200 London Coins : A128 : Lot 1186 : Crown 1935 Incuse edge Proof in .500 Silver. ESC 377A (R6). The edge legend on this type is much les... London Coins : A128 : Lot 1186 : Crown 1935 Incuse edge Proof in .500 Silver. ESC 377A (R6). The edge legend on this type is much les...

Auction 122
World Cased Five Pound Crowns a 3-coin set in 2006 Queen's 80th Birthday comprising Five Pound Crowns in Gold from , and from 2006 the reverse designs depicting the Gillick, Machin and Broadley portraits FDC in the box of issue with certificate, number 22 of just 500 sets issued
£1,500

Auction 121
Hammered Coins S.2520B Broad Bust with ear visible, mintmark Coronet NVF lightly clipped and with several scratches to the obverse
£1,200

Auction 117
Medals Lord Protector Medal struck in high relief in Copper after the design for the Gold Broad by Thomas Simon unlisted as such by Eim
£280

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