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English Coins : Auction 142 : Lot 2730

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 142
English Coins Lot
2730
c.1902 produced by the Kings Norton Metal Co. Birmingham, on a thin flan weighing 8.43 grammes, Obverse: Bust of the King, right, within a raised inner circle, no legend, with a toothed border, Reverse: Toothed border, no legend, a design of 20 groups of four interlinked circles, within, four further groups of 25 interlinked circles, these groups interlinked with a further four separate circles within each ring, GVF, the obverse weakly struck, of extreme rarity, possibly the only known example, we note similar in style to the lots 383 and 384 in the J.Tansley Collection DNW 28/9/2005 (realised £460 and £800 hammer price respectively), these two pieces on flans of 10.12 grammes and 10.25 grammes
£1,100
Penny Edward VII undated trial c.1902 produced by the Kings Norton Metal Co. Birmingham, on a thin flan weighing 8.43 grammes, Obverse: Bust of the King, right, within a raised inner circle, no legend, with a toothed border, Reverse: Toothed border, no legend, a design of 20 groups of four interlinked circles, within, four further groups of 25 interlinked circles, these groups interlinked with a further four separate circles within each ring, GVF, the obverse weakly struck, of extreme rarity, possibly the only known example, we note similar in style to the lots 383 and 384 in the J.Tansley Collection DNW 28/9/2005 (realised £460 and £800 hammer price respectively), these two pieces on flans of 10.12 grammes and 10.25 grammes : English Coins : Auction 142 : Lot 2730
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Penny Edward VII undated trial c.1902 produced by the Kings Norton Metal Co. Birmingham, on a thin flan weighing 8.43 grammes, Obverse: Bust of the King, right, within a raised inner circle, no legend, with a toothed border, Reverse: Toothed border, no legend, a design of 20 groups of four interlinked circles, within, four further groups of 25 interlinked circles, these groups interlinked with a further four separate circles within each ring, GVF, the obverse weakly struck, of extreme rarity, possibly the only known example, we note similar in style to the lots 383 and 384 in the J.Tansley Collection DNW 28/9/2005 (realised £460 and £800 hammer price respectively), these two pieces on flans of 10.12 grammes and 10.25 grammes : English Coins : Auction 142 : Lot 2730
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