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London Coins Auction 175
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 176
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 177
4th - 5th June 2022

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Auction 172
Bonds and Shares GB - A Yorkshire-themed (33) includes pre-1900 (15) , , and Junction Scrip certificate 1845 for Ten sh of £20 each, unissued VF with tear hole on left, The Bridlington Quay Public Rooms Association 1847 Share Certificate £3 and 10 Shillings, VF with staple holes at top left, and Leeds Railway 1846 share certificate for 6x £50 shares NVF with staple holes at top left, The Wharfedale Railway Company Share certificate for one £15 share, certificate number 20155 vignette of a large cow, the famous ' Heifer' which made vast profits for its owner being exhibited around the country, black on pale blue, large red seal to lower right About VF with some spots and tape residue on the top edge. The Staithes Company Share Certificate for one share 1856 VF with small pinholes to the top left and tape residue at the top, The and Robin Hood's Steam Packet Company 1857 Share certificate for one share of £2 and 10 Shillings, GVF with tape residue on the top edge, Overend, Gurney and Company Limited 1865 share certificate for one share of £50 NVF with some foxing to the edges, Bray, Waddington and Company share certificate for one share of £50 EF, The Nidderdale Lead Company Limited 1865 share certificate for 2 preference shares 7687 and 7688, vignette of Perseverance level, entrance to the mine, Pateley Bridge GVF with some tape residue to the top edge, The Drypool Workman's Club Company Limited 1878 share certificate for one share of £1 VF taped on the reverse at the top, The Leeds Mutual Supply Society Limited 1874 share certificate for one share of £1 Good Fine with some small pinholes and taped on the top edge, The Botanic Garden Company Limited 1879 share certificate for one share of £5 VF, taped at the top edge, Reaney and Greaves Limited, Wine Merchants and Whisky blenders, 1899, Issue for 100 of £100 each. The company became a subsidiary of the famous Tetley Brewers in 1904, the reverse with a typewritten label attached showing transfer of the debenture certificate to Francis Eric Tetley and Robert Francis Tetley in 1937 VF or near so with some small edge tears, an interesting document. The Brewery and Wine Company Limited share certificate 1867 NEF, The Leeds & County Unionist Club-House Co. Limited 1894 share certificate for 100 shares of £1 Fine with some folds and tape on the top edge. 1906-1971 issues (18) The Ravensthorpe Finishing Company Limited 1908 share certificate for 50 shares of £1 each, NVF with pencil annotations, The County Council of the bond for £100 1906 NVF, Clarkson's Old Brewery Barmsley Limited Preference Share Certificate for 10 shares of £10 each NVF with some folds, The Effingham Steel Works Limited, 1926 share certificate for 59 shares of £10 each VF with some pinholes, Dols & Co. Limited, 1928 share certificate for 3 shares of £1 each, GVF, Wallacve & Co. (s) Limited 1932 share certificate for one share of £1 VF with some folds, Godfrey Sykes & Sons Limited 1940 share certificate for 100 shares of £1 each small pinhole at the top and two inked paragraphs written on the reverse, Fine. Wallace & Co.(Textiles) Limited 1947 share certificate for 2141 shares of £1 VF, General Refractories Limited 1936 share certificate for 32 shares of s each NEF with pencil annotation on the reverse, Timothy s & Taylors Limited (3) 1953, 1957 and 1960 VF, Thomas Ramsden & Son Limited (2) share certificates for 100 shares and 500 shares of 5 Shillings each VF both with pinholes at the top left, John Smith's Tadcaster Brewery Company, Limited share certificate for 128 shares of 5 Shillings each NVF with staple at top, John Smith's Tadcaster Brewery Company Limited certificate for 7.1% unsecured stock 1970 VF with staple at top, Kirkstall Forge Limited debenture certificate 1971 for 9 3/4% £800 stock VF with staple at top left
£170 London Coins : A172 : Lot 8 : GB - A Yorkshire-themed collection (33) includes pre-1900 (15) Leeds, Wakefield, Pontefract and Grim... London Coins : A172 : Lot 8 : GB - A Yorkshire-themed collection (33) includes pre-1900 (15) Leeds, Wakefield, Pontefract and Grim...

Auction 169
World Banknotes The Union Sixth General (Third Waterlow) issue 5 s Pick S817b (BY SC913b; PMS UB69b; Douglas 43-3) dated 2nd April 1954 series D132/070 signature Sir William Watson, presentable VF and a Rare large sized issue. Blue on yellow and red sunburst underprint featuring the new Coat of Arms with the motto "Shield and Stay" at left and a sailing ship emblem at right. The reverse illustrating a busy indus and shipping scene on the river Clyde.
£100 London Coins : A169 : Lot 265 : Scotland The Union Bank of Scotland Sixth General (Third Waterlow) issue 5 Pounds Pick S817b (BY SC9... London Coins : A169 : Lot 265 : Scotland The Union Bank of Scotland Sixth General (Third Waterlow) issue 5 Pounds Pick S817b (BY SC9...

Auction 169
Bonds and Shares , , Sir James Laing and Sons Limited Preference Share Certificate for 100 sh at £10 (shares number 101 to 200) issued 21st January 1899, Number 2, red and orange, to Sir James Laing of Thorncliffe (son of the founder Phillip Laing 1770-1854), and Ordinary Share Certificate for 100 shares at £10 (numbered 1308-1407) 21st January 1899, green and yellow, to Mr. Arthur Laing, this cross by hand 9th September 1904. Both certificates About UNC and unique items. James Laing took over the business from his father Phillip Laing in 1843 aged just 20 . The business prospered and subsequently became the first shipyard on the Wear to build iron ships, the first the 'Amity' being launched in 1853. The most famous ship, built in Deptford, was the Torrens in 1875. The novelist Joseph Conrad sailed on this ship as the second mate between 1891 and 1893. James Laing went on the be knighted in 1897, the following year the was renamed Sir James Laing & Sons Ltd. Comes with copies of images the shipyard and of Phillip Laing, the founder, and of Sir James Laing. A most interesting group of great interest to enthusiasts.
£40 London Coins : A169 : Lot 10 : Great Britain, Sunderland, Sir James Laing and Sons Limited Preference Share Certificate for 100 sha... London Coins : A169 : Lot 10 : Great Britain, Sunderland, Sir James Laing and Sons Limited Preference Share Certificate for 100 sha...

Auction 167
World Banknotes Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited Fifth Issue 1 Pick 191b (PMS CL24d, SC311b) dated 1st May 1958 last prefix for this date serial number A/T 334283 signature R.D. Fairbairn. In blue/grey on red/orange underprint featuring the New Coat of Arms and vignettes of Agricultural and Shipping scenes on obverse. The reverse displaying a highlands river scene all in blue. Fresh and crisp GEF
£75 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1602 : Scotland Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited Fifth Issue 1 Pound Pick 191b (PMS CL24d, S... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1602 : Scotland Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank Limited Fifth Issue 1 Pound Pick 191b (PMS CL24d, S...

Auction 167
World Banknotes The Commercial Limited Fourteenth and Final Wilkinson issue 5 s Pick S333 (PMS CO67b, BY SC414b) dated 2nd January 1954 serial number 17E 048 024 and bearing signature Ian Macdonald titled General Manager. A very handsome and eye-catching design mainly in violet on multicolour underprint with the obverse featuring a portrait of Lord Cockburn one of the Bank's first Directors flanked by 2 Allegorical female figures representing Agriculture and Maritime shipping at upper centre and Allegorical female bust at lower left. The reverse in violet featuring a n period scene of George street, Edinburgh with the Bank's building at centre. Printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. Ld. New Malden, Surrey, imprinted in small script at lower centre obverse and watermarked with the same female bust as on lower left obverse. VF and this is an example of the very last issue for the bank before the merger with the National.
£70 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1617 : Scotland The Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Fourteenth and Final Bradbury Wilkinson issue 5 Pou... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1617 : Scotland The Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Fourteenth and Final Bradbury Wilkinson issue 5 Pou...

Auction 167
World Banknotes The Commercial Limited Fourteenth and Final Wilkinson issue 1 Pick S336 (PMS CO66, BY SC406) dated 2nd January 1954 serial number 27C 573 789 and bearing signature Ian Macdonald titled General Manager. A very handsome and eye-catching design mainly in blue on multicolour underprint with the obverse featuring a portrait of Lord Cockburn one of the Bank's first Directors at upper right and Allegorical female bust at lower centre flanked by plants and 2 Allegorical figures representing Agriculture and Maritime shipping. The reverse in blue featuring a large panel with the Bank's Coat of Arms with a seated Maritime Allegorical female figure on top and flanked by 2 Griffins and thistle plants. Printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. Ld. New Malden, Surrey, imprinted in small script at lower centre obverse and watermarked with the same female bust as on obverse. A fresh and crisp GVF example of the very last issue for the bank before the merger with the National.
£20 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1616 : Scotland The Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Fourteenth and Final Bradbury Wilkinson issue 1 Pou... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1616 : Scotland The Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Fourteenth and Final Bradbury Wilkinson issue 1 Pou...

Auction 167
World Banknotes The Commercial Limited Fourteenth and Final Wilkinson issue 1 Pick S332 (PMS CO65, BY SC405) dated 3rd January 1951 serial number 27M 754 866 and bearing signature Sir John Erskine titled General Manager. A very attractive and eye-catching design mainly in violet on multicolour underprint with the obverse featuring a portrait of Lord Cockburn one of the Bank's first Directors at upper right and Allegorical female bust at lower centre flanked by plants and 2 Allegorical figures representing Agriculture and Maritime shipping. The reverse in violet featuring a large panel with the Bank's Coat of Arms with a seated Maritime Allegorical female figure on top and flanked by 2 Griffins and thistle plants. Printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. Ld. New Malden, Surrey, imprinted in small script at lower centre obverse and watermarked with the same female bust as on obverse. A presentable GVF example of the very last issue for the bank just before the merger with the National.
£15 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1615 : Scotland The Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Fourteenth and Final Bradbury Wilkinson issue 1 Pou... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1615 : Scotland The Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Fourteenth and Final Bradbury Wilkinson issue 1 Pou...

Auction 161
Tokens Tokens and s , includes Duke of (3) Battle of Culloden 1746 Eimer 605 36mm diameter in , Reverse: Battle Scene, Fine, Recaptured Eimer 600 Reverse: Lion subdues a Wolf, Fine, Carlisle Recaptured 1745 Obverse Bust right, draped, WILL DUKE CUMB BRITISH HERO (as Eimer 599), Reverse the Duke, as a Warrior, attacks a hydra, in the distance a city, Fine also includes France Jetton 1818 Octagonal, Agricultural Society of Cher Obverse: Agricultural tools and Wheat, Reverse :SOCIÉTÉ D'AGRICULTURE DU CHER / FONDÉEÀ BOURGES EN 1818 EF and attractively toned, also 18th and types, and tokens and others (220, all different), in mixed grades, along with Tokens a small group (5) Hensingham 26mm diameter in (c.1760) Fine, Curwen 1750 Reversed C's monogram 24mm diameter in About Fine, Land Shipping Colliery , Lowther Arms/monogram/Dragon left VG, Clifton 1735 Crest of the Lowther family, a dragon, ed Ł on either side VF, 1736 IK Walton with the date countermarked on either side 22mm diameter in copper, Fine
£440

Auction 160
Medals Shipping related (4) Thos. & Brocklebank Ltd. S.S.'Makalla' 24th 1940 Sunk by Enemy Action, Reverse enamelled blue and white halves flag 32mm diameter in silver GVF boxed, Training Ship - Prize medal presented to Henry Bynon for Special while on board the ship, , by W.J., , Medal 1915 Presented to HMS from the people of Natal 25mm diameter in silver, unnamed, US Frigate Constellation 1797 32mm diameter in bronze, undated GVF
£90

Auction 159
World Banknotes World & GB accumulation (36), including , n Currency Board, Indo, , Armed Forces 5 s, UNC (17), and a scarce One ship note, M.V.Sobieski shipping lines dated 1943, interesting lot, mixed grades
£95 London Coins : A159 : Lot 1911 : World & GB accumulation (36), including Nigeria, East African Currency Board, French Indochina, ... London Coins : A159 : Lot 1911 : World & GB accumulation (36), including Nigeria, East African Currency Board, French Indochina, ...

Auction 152
Bonds and Shares , The Marine Trust Ltd., Certificate for 2 sh of 1 Palestine Pound each. 1937. in , blue and olive printing, weak at folds. Relief & Consolidation Housing Co. Ltd., certificate for One 10 Palestine Pound share. 1947. View at top and in underprint of modern style housing estate, Text in Hebrew and English, fine green and blue printing. VF. (2).
£40

Auction 151
Medals Thos Medallic History of the Scriptures Volume III, an 8-piece set of White metal s 73mm diameter, includes Jeraboham ordering the Man of God to be seized, Reconciliation between Jacob and hid brother Esau, Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego in the fiery furnace, Absalom slain by Joab in the wood of Ephraim, The philistine David cutting the head of Goliath, Moses descending from the mount and finding the ites worshipping the molten calf, The Shun amites son restored to life on the prayer of Elisha and Joseph's brethren selling him to the Ishmaelite Merchants EF in a large bookform case
£40

Auction 150
Bonds and Shares U.S.A. Internal Revenue & Liquor Tax Stamp sheets (19), 1870's and 1880's, State of Auditor's Office Warrant 1872, "Bill of Lading" 1834. GVF. (21)
£130

Auction 145
Bonds and Shares , and related industries, 20th c. issues mainly 1920's, some duplication. Mixed grades (68).
£110

Auction 141
Bonds and Shares (13) titles include: Broad Oak Manufacturing Co. Ltd 1876, W.H. Beresford Ltd. 1935, Eastern Garage Ltd. 1926, an & n Steam Co. Ltd. 1857, n Tyre & Co. 1929, Metropolitan Board 1912, New Brewery Co. 1879, , & 1845 Five & Ten share certificates (Cut top right) and , Ashanti Kotoko Co. 1935 (2). Generally GVF. (15).
£75

Auction 138
Bonds and Shares (7) The Common Fund Co. share cert.1869. and Com 1876 & 1883 (black), 1890 (red), 1921 (blue). Great Ship Co. Ltd. £1 share 1859, Northern Maritime Co. 1869. VF or better (7).
£35

Auction 137
Bonds and Shares Great Brirtain, assorted from 1857 (17), titles include an & n Steam Co. Ltd. 1857, Peninsular Co. Ltd. 1867, Grainger Smith 1898 Metropolitan Board 1911 (4), National Bank 1959. AVF and better. (17).
£20

Auction 132
Bonds and Shares , 8, wide certificates titles include Co. £100, 1912 with cancellation holes. Builders Site Services Ltd. 1968, an & n Steam Co. Ltd., 1857, Grainger & Smith Ltd., 1898 with vignette of Castle,Metroplitan Board 1911, Plantations Investment Trust 1960, Wallsend Slipway & Co. Ltd. 1906 & 1935,
£28

Auction 128
Bonds and Shares , 7 n certificates, Felted Fabric Depot Ltd., 1874, Common Fund Co. Ltd., 1869, Gourock Confectionery Co. Ltd., 1894, Overend, Gurney and Co. Ltd., 1865, and Co., 1868, Rhos-Llantwit Coal Co. Ltd., 1865, and Bennett Park Art Club & Studio Co. Ltd., 1889, mostly VF. (7).
£40

Auction 128
English Banknotes of 7 certificates inc. African mining, Banking & shipping.
£20

Auction 126
Bonds and Shares , 8 n share certificates, Peninsular Co. Ltd., 1867, Estuary Co., 1847, Charles Rowley & Co. Ltd., 1874, Joint Stock Contract Association Ltd., 1875, Sewage Utilization Co., 1868, International Land Credit Co. Ltd., 1864, Gas Light & Coke Co., 1870, and an & n Steam Co. Ltd., 1857, mostly VF. (8).
£50

Auction 126
Bonds and Shares , & Co. Ltd., certificate for preference sh, 1956, very attractive multicoloured border, incorporating flags, crown, anchor, thistles and roses, VF. (1).
£20

Auction 125
Bonds and Shares , an & n Steam Co. Ltd., 10 x certificates for one share, all 1857, ornate design, black, all VF. (10)
£40

Auction 123
Tokens Pint Token 1817 Morston Obverse WILLIAM. BUCK. JUNr. MORSTON.1817 around PINT in centre, Reverse Sailing Ship SUCCESS.TO.THE.CRUIZER.OF.MORSTON EF with traces of lustre. Cataloguer's note 'William Buck Junior was the landlord of the Anchor Public House in Morston. The Cruizer was a brig registered in and in Lloyd's 'Register of Shipping' 1818 W.Buck is listed as her owner. It is possible that this token was issued to commemorate the launch of the Cruizer'.
£130

Auction 123
Bonds and Shares , 12 certificates, dated 1860-1893, all different, titles include, Commercial Co. 1874, Property & General Finance Co. Ltd. 1865, Chester Co. Ltd. 1893, Co. Ltd. 1860, Knights, Stocks & Co. Ltd. 1882, and Co. 2 types 1877 & 1888, F-VF. (12).
£55

Auction 123
Bonds and Shares , an & n Steam Co. Ltd., 10 x certificates for one share of nine pounds each, all dated 1857, ornate heading, black, all VF. (10).
£50

Auction 121
Bonds and Shares , 10 certificates, and Co., 1885, South Sylhet Tea Co. Ltd., 1894, ies and Reservoirs Co. Ltd., 1876, Boson Co. Ltd., Parson?s Pond Oil Syndicate Ltd., 1914, Steam Laundry Co. Ltd., 1876, Il-Palembang Liquid Fuel Co. Ltd., 1898, London & Globe Finance Corporation Ltd., 1899, Constantine s Ltd., 1926, and North Locomotive Co. Ltd., 1959, F-VF. (10).
£60

Auction 121
Bonds and Shares , 22 bonds and certificates, dated 1886-1968, titles include, and Western Co., certificate, 1889, Gulf, Mobile and Railroad Co., certificates, 1951 & 1963, , New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co., bond, 1912, , and Co. Ltd., certificate, 1914, Credit National, bond, 1919, Chemins de Fer de la Basse-, certificates, 1896 & 1912, Tientsin-Pukow , bond for £100 part repaid, with coupons, 1908, (poor) Banque Industrielle de Chine, certificate, 1920, mostly F-VF. (22).
£50

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