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London Coins Auction 176
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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Auction 174
World Bulk Lots in an album (390) s (144), (74), (76), and Cents (96) 1946-2007, most are 1960s issues onwards, in mixed circulated grades, some later dates lustrous, USA Presidential issues (8) 2007D (4) , 2007P Thomas Jefferson, 2008D James Monroe, 2010P Abraham Lincoln, 2013D Theodore Roosevelt, A/UNC to UNC and lustrous, USA Banknotes One Dollar (20) 1988 to 2006 issues in mixed grades, USA Transport Tokens (20), USA lion 2001 Hawks vs. Stars, in mixed grades, along with a further group of USA One Dollar to (39) One Dollar (7), Ten Cents (3), Five Cents (11), One Cent (18) in mixed grades with some later dates lustrous, USA Medals (2) George Washington Peace and Friendship, in , Lustrous UNC, Mint Bicentennial 1992 Lustrous UNC, World (153) a mix of countries, base metal issues includes examples from (21), (1), (8), (1), (1), (2), (23), (9), (5), (22), (22), (5), (4), (3), (4), (14), (1), (1), (1), (1), (1), (1), (1), (1), (83) One Cent (26) Five Cents (13), Ten Cents (14), (19), Dollars (3), Two Dollars Bimetallic (8), mostly recent issues , many EF -UNC and lustrous, and Maple Leafs - Maple Leaf Gardens medal 1999, Lustrous UNC, USA Fantasy Cents 77mm diameter 1877 and 1909S VDB, as made. (2) 1929 EF, 1929 VF, GB s (2) 1993, 1999 nnium, Crowns (9), 1965, 1972, 1977 (4), 1980, 1981 (2) GEF to UNC, GB Decimal Issues (73) (6), (20), (21), (2), (9), Five Pence (10), Half (5) in mixed circulated grades, GB issues (104) s (24), Pennies (53) includes 1950 Good Fine, 1951 NVF and 1953 NVF, (22), s (5), in mixed circulated grades, (94) Farthings (3), Halfpennies (22), Pennies (26), s (7), Sixpences (7) includes 1934 EF and 1935 Fine, s (7), s (16) includes 1937 Near Fine, s (6), Ireland Fifty Pence (3), Pound/Punt 1990, in mixed grades, Euro Coinage (3) 25 Euros 1996 Squirrel (2) UNC, 2 Euro 2019 UNC
£95

Auction 165
World Bulk Lots 1983 Liberty Lobby Fantasy Token One of .999 silver (11) GEF to UNC, s (8) National One Ounce (5) NEF to A/UNC, Franklin Mint - Invention of the Transistor 1948 UNC on the card of issue, International Trade (2) each with satirical cartoon on the reverse EF to UNC
£150

Auction 155
English Coins 1834 ESC 275 the John Jay Pittman example (David Akers sale Numismatic Inc 6-8 August 1999 Lot 3864) choice FDC pleasing old grey tone with orange and gold hues in places, free of contact marks and hairlines a choice coin. Rated R5 by ESC 5 - 10 examples known, and in today's buoyant and international market a difficult piece to estimate. Heritage of Dallas sold a high grade example in 2011 which realised $69,000 (£44,000 at 2011 exchange rates, £56,000 at todays) but key date rarities in choice grades have surged forward since then. For example the sister coin to this the 1831 crown with a mintage 10 to 15 times greater than the 1834 would have realised £8000 - £10000 in 2011 or put another way the 1834 could expect to realise 4 - 5 times more than the 1831 in a like for like grade, but an 1831 Crown in MS65 just realised £61,000 hammer price in St James Coinex sale September 2016. As this piece is choice and has been graded 88 by LCGS one could predict an MS65 could be given if submitted to the US graders and could argue that a £200,000 - £300,000 price ticket would not be absurd. However we have estimated it more conservatively and will await the results of the bidding. All crowns are rare and sought after by collectors ESC lists three varieties of the 1831 in silver these were made for inclusion in the 1831 s which had a mintage of just 225, a gold example is known dated 1831, a strike in lead dated 1832 and rated R7 (one or two in existence) and the 1834. This is the first 1834 example we have offered and the only example graded by LCGS whilst we have previously offered 11 examples of the 1831 crown and LCGS have graded three 1831s. Our research has found no other 1834 crowns sold since 2011 and this Pittman example to our knowledge has not been offered at auction since 1999 so if you are interested in choice rarities of the sort offered globally once or twice a decade this is the lot for you.
£70,000 London Coins : A155 : Lot 714 : Crown 1834 ESC 275 the John Jay Pittman example (David Akers sale Numismatic Inc 6-8 August 1999 Lot... London Coins : A155 : Lot 714 : Crown 1834 ESC 275 the John Jay Pittman example (David Akers sale Numismatic Inc 6-8 August 1999 Lot...

Auction 132
World Banknotes Travellers s, Bank of 1957 & 1966, Citicorp £50, Mellon 1931, National City Bank of $20 1949, Republic National Bank of . Together with an American Express "General Financial Circular" with specimen travellers cheques, money orders & letters of credit from 1946. All with official bank correspondence.
£30

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