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London Coins Auction 176
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 177
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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3rd - 4th September 2022

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Auction 164
Medals related (7) 1902 medals, the official issues, 31mm diameter in silver (2) GVF to EF one boxed, 1902 Coronation Medal 56mm in bronze, the official Royal Mint issue NEF, 1902 Coronation Medal Eimer 1870 in bronze by E.Fuchs, Reverse: female figure seated, right, displays an oval shield and bearing the Royal Arms, looks towards Abbey beyond; above a radiate crown EF, Visit to 1902 38mm diameter in white metal Obverse: Conjoined busts right, Reverse: King facing on ship, with two lions alongside, EF, 1902 Coronation in base metal Crowned bust right, Reverse: Legend in 12 lines detail the birth, and crowning of the King NEF with attempted piercing at the top

Auction 129
English Banknotes A in an album comprising s (3), s (5), s (8), (123), s (18), One Pound (6), Fifty Pence (2), Ten Pence (2), Five Pence (2) all but a small quantity in mint state or near so, One Shilling About Fine , South Africa 10 shilling Mafeking Siege note dated 1900, with word "Commaning", Pick s654a About Fine with tape residue over a large proportion of the reverse of the note, General Bank one pound dated 1822 for John Hine and Henry Joseph Holdsworth, Grant957A a few pinholes Near Fine, s (44) One Pound (1), Fifty Pence (43) all 1993 or later and with s, EF-UNC

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