British and World Coins, Numismatic Books (16 March 2011) - Auction Report


Gross Total £244,475 (£293,370 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots 854
Exchange rate of the GB pound US $1.60 and €1.15

Principal Lots
Lot no.

1-203 The Collection of Sixpences formed by the late Alfred Bole (Part III), £64,935 (£77,922)
204-359 The Jeffrey Gardiner Collection of Silver Coins of Elizabeth I, £21,650 (£25,980)
360-394 A Collection of Coins of Edward VII, the property of a Gentleman, £19,110 (£22,932)
748 Griquatown, rectangular gold ingot, £17,000 (£20,400)
535 William and Mary, Five Guineas, 1692, £7,000 (£8,400)
53 James I, Piédfort Sixpence, 1623, ex Earl of Ducie and Lingford, £3,900 (£4,680)
87 Oliver Cromwell, Sixpence, 1658, ex Norweb, £3,500 (£4,200)
367 Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1905, £3,300 (£3,960)
719 South Africa, Thomas Burgers, Pond, 1874, £3,200 (£3,840)
360 Edward VII, Proof set, 1902, £3,000 (£3,600)
738 South Africa, Paul Kruger, currency set, 1892, £2,600 (£3,120)
686 German East Africa, William II, 15 Rupien, 1916, £2,200 (£2,640)
687 German East Africa, William II, 15 Rupien, 1916, £2,200 (£2,640)
380 Edward VII, Shilling, 1905, £2,000 (£2,400)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the catalogue descriptions
Lot no.
101 1 coin in the lot as described, not 2
667 The first coin is a 20 Piastres
701 There are 6 pictorial bronzes, 7 coins in total

The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
474, 642, 737, 739, 740 and 801