Medals, Bonds, Banknotes and Coins

12 Nov 2014, starting at 10:30 GMT.

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Edward III, fourth coinage (1351-77), treaty period (1361-69), Quarter-noble, 1.43g, London, shield with tressure of eight arcs,

George III Bank of England Three-Shillings 1814 (3)

Hammered medieval Half-pennies and farthings from Edward I to Henry VIII.

Hammered (14th-17th century) Includes shillings of Charles I, Edward VI, Elizabeth I, Charles I half-crown. Sixpence of Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I. Half-groats of Edward III and Henry VIII, Groats of Henry VI.

British Hammered Coinage, a wide assortment including Henry VIII 'Sovereign' type Penny (2); Commonwealth, Halfgroat. Together with Charles I, Halfgroats, assorted Gunmoney, Roman denarii etc.

British Hammered Pennies, an assortment including issues from Henry III, Edward I etc.

British Hammered Coins, Edward III, Groat. James I, Second coinage, Shilling; Sixpence. Charles I Shillings (4); Sixpences (3). Elizabeth I, Shilling, 1565; Groat; Halfgroat; Threepence 1564.

British coins, Shillings, 1758, 1787. With Edward VI, Shilling; Henry VIII, Groat; Minor hammered Pennies (5).

British Coins, an assortment from Farthings to Halfcrowns, in two coin containers. Together with seventeen Whitman folders with additional coinage, minor commemorative Crowns, mixed world coinage and several banknotes.

British and World Coinage A collection of British and World Coins including Elizabeth II 1965, Farthings, Shillings etc.

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Gold bullion exempt from VAT on the Hammer Price and subject to VAT at the prevailing rate on the Buyer's Premium.

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