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Auction 164
Medals 18th Century (3) recaptured, Jacobite rebels repulsed 1745 35mm diameter in copper by Wolff, Eimer 597 Obverse Bust right, draped, GUL.DUX. CUMB: DELICIAE. MILITVM NATUS . 15. APR: 1721 Reverse: The Duke of , as a rior, shield decorated with the bust of the King, attacks a hydra, with a city in the distance PRO. PATRRE. ET. PATRIA, in Exergue: REB: EX.ANG.PULLSI & CARL. REDACTUM. DEC.1745. Fine with some surface corrosion. Frederick the Great - related (2) s of Lissa and Rosbach, 1757 48mm diameter in brass, Obverse: An equestrian figure facing left, sword drawn, FREDERIC .DG.BORVS.REX.ET.PROTESTANTI,M DEFENSOR, in exergue, LISSA. DEC. 5 Reverse: Scene from the battle of Rosbach QUO. NIHIL. MAJUS. MELIUSVE, in Exergue ROSBACH. NOV.5 1757 NEF toned, - , 1757 over at the Battle of Prague, Frederick the Great. 48mm diameter in brass by J.G.Holtzhey, Obverse : Half length bust right, armoured, FRIDERICVS MAGN. D.G.REX. BORVSS. EL.BRAND.DVX SILES Reverse: Winged personification of Victory at centre kicks Austrian Empress Maria Theresa knocking off her crown, with lightning bolts extending over the Empress' head; to the right a shield with inscription 'VICTORIA FRIDERI / CI MAGN. ALBISIL. FAMA PRVDENTIA VIRTVTE. In exergue: AVSTIR.EXERC.PROPE.PRAGEVNDIT-CAESO ET PRAGA OBSESSA VI MAJI MDCCLVII. VF
£100 London Coins : A164 : Lot 638 : 18th Century (3) Carlisle recaptured, Jacobite rebels repulsed 1745 35mm diameter in copper by Wolff... London Coins : A164 : Lot 638 : 18th Century (3) Carlisle recaptured, Jacobite rebels repulsed 1745 35mm diameter in copper by Wolff...

Auction 155
Hammered Coins 1643 (1625-1649) mint.  S2726. Rarer type with half-length crowned portrait of king in armour and scarf flying from shoulder.  Plume behind head. King has symbolic sword in one hand and olive branch in other. Mint mark Oxford plume above. Obverse legend reads: CAROLVS:  D: G:  MAGN:  BRIT:  FR:  ET:  HI:  REX   Reverse has declaration in 3 lines on ornate scroll. RELIG: PROT: LEG: ANGL: LIBER:  This is the King’s undertaking to uphold the Protestant religion, the laws of the kingdom, and the freedoms and privileges of Parliament.  Struck on a large full flan which is slightly irregular as is usual for this type.  EF the reverse better and virtually mint state, with some original lustre. Therefore a rarer type and in higher grade than the example which realised £56,000 in our last sale (lot 1719)
£57,000 London Coins : A155 : Lot 543 : Triple Unite 1643 Charles I (1625-1649) Oxford mint.  S2726. Rarer type with half-length crowne... London Coins : A155 : Lot 543 : Triple Unite 1643 Charles I (1625-1649) Oxford mint.  S2726. Rarer type with half-length crowne...

Auction 154
Hammered Coins 1643. mint. Mint mark plume with bands, on obverse only. S2727. North 2384 (Very Rare) Schneider 295. Obverse, ornate taller bust CAROLVS. D: G: MAGN: BRIT: FRAN: ET: HIB: REX. Reverse, ‘Declaration’ on continuous scroll RELIG: PROT: LEG: ANG LIBER: PAR (This is Charles promising to protect ‘the religion of the Protestants, the laws of , the liberty of Parliament’) with denomination numerals (III) above and date 1644 below. A tiny piece of excess metal is evident on the reverse above PROT. This is the same original flaw as seen on the Schneider specimen from the same dies. EF, An exceptional coin, fully round and well centred. All lettering and detail crisply struck. The Triple Unite was produced in the early years of the in the period 1642-1644 and it was the most spectacular coin issued during a reign known for its numismatic diversity. Charles I moved his base from London to Oxford in 1642, but Parliament had sred the support of the with its bankers and merchants. Nevertheless the king was determined to continue the production of and coinage and set up the Oxford mint in New Hall Inn, Oxford. The Triple Unite was in effect a large propaganda piece produced by the Royalists in their ongoing clash with the forces of Parliament, and was made in very small numbers over a 3 year period.
£56,000 London Coins : A154 : Lot 1719 : Triple Unite 1643. Oxford mint. Charles I  Mint mark plume with bands, on obverse only. S2727. North... London Coins : A154 : Lot 1719 : Triple Unite 1643. Oxford mint. Charles I  Mint mark plume with bands, on obverse only. S2727. North...

Auction 147
Medals Hardy, Thelwall and Tooke, Acquitted of High Treason 1794, w/m., Fair, Repeal of Sacramental Test 1828 by S.Clint, bronze, some edge nicks GVF, Ascendancy 1845, obv. Bust of , pierced, metal, of 1852 by Allen & Moore, w/m., AVF, Williams Memorial Prize Fund, founded in 1891, bronze, GVF with catalogue ink numbers. (5).
£60

Auction 147
Medals I Memorial medal 1694 by J., bronze from the series of English , 41mm., William Wake, Archbishop of 1725, by Dassier, bronze, 42mm. From the series of reformers. GVF.
£55

Auction 127
Medals of the Glorious 1788, by C James, obv Geo III, rev., , 33mm., Rare. (BHM 286), Celebrates the replacement of a Sovereign by a Monarchy
£100 London Coins : A127 : Lot 566 : Centenary of the Glorious Revolution 1788, by C James, obv Geo III, rev., William II... London Coins : A127 : Lot 566 : Centenary of the Glorious Revolution 1788, by C James, obv Geo III, rev., William II...

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